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"Let the people knoic the truth and the country k safe'
PANAMA, R. P SUNDAY, JULY 19, 1959
GETTING UNDERWAY Old Glory moves to its sea-going position
- aft as the U S,' ffaVy's nucleat-powebed submarine Swordfish gets
rnrt "HriHmnti Mavnl Stntirvn Vif?itd
by more thaq 20fr guests during, her Stopover,- the2,500-ton tinder-
V 0 .
jjiy DREW PEARSON t
' WASHINGTON, JUly 18 Here are some specific cases
wfcere enlisted men Bave been msed as servants; by high-rank-int;
officers. In" each case I have phoned tBe officer to get nw
side of the story.
(IFYiday Quarry Heights refused to Disclose how many en enlisted
listed enlisted men are assigned to duty as, of fleers' servants on the
i Several compalmts have -come
' In from enlisted men w6rkmg for
Gen, Charles Hart; the Army s
Air, Defense Commander, who has
i aides assigned to him. His GI
driver, also Chauffeurs his wiie a a-round
round a-round Colorado Springs.
For his daughter's recent wed wedding.
ding. wedding. Hart ordered a soldiers'
chorue to ting on the program,
assigned a WAC as baby sitter
o another daughter could attend
V the wedding and used Army
transportation to run errands.
The general, when queried,
iclainied that the choral group,
fwhich he, admitted had sung free
Inf fharff fnr his daughter's wed-
iding,' was also available for any
; jenlisted man's wedding.
' kart claimed he had paid the
WAC out of his own pocket for
baby-sitting, and insisted, his wife
was entitled to government tran transportation
sportation transportation for "semi-official" activities.
Editor's Note: Any GIs who
may cafe to shod some Canal
Zone light, on the officers' serv
ant'issut hich.'J presently ex
citing Congress -'are invited to
tell or write their story tp this
newspaper. Anonymity Is guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. AH allegations will be
checked out with the officer een een-corned;
corned; een-corned; t give (im full right of
Today Will Leave
Only One Holdover
Official Canal estimates of weekend traffic were dead
on course today and no repetition ot last month s ,trat
fic jam was in the offing. ''
Authorities vesterrlnv nredicted at least 33 of 40 ocean
going ships would transit. That was exactly the figure-as
smoKesracKS were counrea ouroouna rrom eirner Terminal,
Also predicted was the total of seven customers heU
over for transit today. All of the holdovers were at Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, where arrivals have been heaviest during the past
Of today's expected arrivals, plus the seven holdovers,
a total of 37 ships are expected to wend their way through
the Big Ditch during today's operation.
And only one ship if all goes according to schedule schedule-will
will schedule-will spend tonight in Canal Zone waters awaiting Mori
aay morning rransir.
HEADED FOR PEARL HARBOR Cutting a wide awipe through e Pacific, the Swordfish steams on the surface while her eaptain.
; Cmdr. Shannon T. Cramer, Jr., (left) and Rear Admlewia S. Par ta, Commandant ef the 15th Naval District, teep a watchful eye
from the bridge. The admiral, a veteran World War H sub skipper, was 'aung more than 20 high-ranking military officer, who took
an undersea ride on the Swordfish as far as the Perlas Islands Fri day ao4 aok terna...
So for the time beini? at least.
enaed tne latest threat to "normal"-operations
in the famous wa
Haa today s arrivals continued
to surpass the Canal's daily ca capacity,
pacity, capacity, jam conditions might have
.The, situation wl Of. particular
ennrmrn tnA vthtf uimtf 'imnm mi
,,Oatiw teeks ahut deww for com
pletion of power; conversion, will
not be returned to service until
The iam which occurred last
month had as many as 28 ships
anchored here nightly and report reportedly
edly reportedly cost millions to shipping com
Rpliahle estimates nlare the cost
of transit delays here at between
$125 and $200 per hour for each
However delavs of from two
to eight hours are considered norm
al, especially for ships arriving
after the nonnoquna transit aeaa-line
Continued heavy traffic this
month hx nainteit no the imDOrt
L ence of the recently announced
speedup program for extensive
widening at Gaillard Cut.
MONDAY, JULY 20
8:33 a.m 16.5 ft.
3:50 pjn 17.1 ft.
Three Italian Ships
As Strike Finishes
Three Italfaa Iin nUilp' Mle J-'
hew in sympathy with a bitta,
worldwide Italiaa maritima'strikj 7
were freeed yesterday after wor j i
received yesterday of an officii ;
Called on June 8, the strike halt
ed more than 100 Italian shipt
throughout world ports as well al
scores of vessels in Italian water!
at the time. ')
Two of the vessels strandej
here, the liners Marco Polo anj
Antoniotto Usodimare, were trucl
by their crews as they put jtev f
Cristobal for scheduled stopa.' Bott 4 t
ply the Italy-Chile route. Thej
met here on June 9 and 10 tr
veling in opposite directions. s
A total of 421 passengers werj
aboard the two liners. It to6l
Italian line officials nearly thret
weeks to afnge transfer pasa
age for theVt.
The third ship to halt here wal
the Antonio Pacinottl, combinai
Hon passenger-cargo carrier. Al
though last to put in, she will b 1
the first out, scheduled to transit
southbound early this morning.
Also leaving sometime tod?
will be the Marco Polo. The Us
dimare is expected to go tomor t
row. It could not be immediateU
learned whether they would pro proceed
ceed proceed directly to Italy or to othel
Adm. Jerauld Wright, the Ne Ne-vy's
vy's Ne-vy's commander m the Atlantic,
used. Marines as hat-check boys
and car-lot attendants at cock cock-tail'
tail' cock-tail' parties on May 26, May 30,
Jwte 24, and June 30, 1959.
The admiral, when queried, ad-
Mass Layoffs Hit
To Sfeel Output
Pittsburgh, July w (Upd-
MasS layoffs in ateel-related in
dustries are gaining momentum al although
though although the nation's steel furnaces
have been shut down for only
Coal mines, a railroad and a
manufacturing company were the
latest to lay of workers in the na nationwide
tionwide nationwide strike of the United Steel Steel-workers
workers Steel-workers Union.
. 4i JUniontown, Pa., the Frick coal
district of U.S.' Steel announced
yesterday that it will close down
five more coal mines in the dis district
trict district beginning Monday.
The Norfolk and Western Rafl Rafl-wa.Sia
wa.Sia Rafl-wa.Sia major coal hauler cut 615
men- from the wank force yester yester-dh
dh yester-dh m Roanoke, Va., shops be be-enM
enM be-enM ef "the steel strike and the
consefjuent drop io our traffia v-
mHtoA thrnneh his SDoke'sman
that over half a dozen Marines
were used to check hats and pa.k
cars as an official assignment.
They1 were given, time oti, ne
said, for their extra duty,
The spokesman pointed out tnai
uk)i nartv was an official recep
tion which Wright is required to
throw for vj siting, jnatu dignitar
GIs In New York City com complain
plain complain that their commanding of of-fleer.
fleer. of-fleer. Col. Carl Wfchner, "utU
lized the services of one of three
airmen In the Office as driver
and a ataff ear almost every dsy
for four months to comb the bo
roughs ef New York fer suitable
"The colonel located suitable
hraisinff tiftnr T.vnbrook. N. Y.. a-
bout 22 miles from the office loca
tion, More often than not, one ot
the airmen is required to drive
the colonel home in the afternoon.
then park the staff car at his
home until.the following morning,
"fin one occasion the colonel
and his family used the auto to
take- a Sunday drive. In the vici
nity f West Point, is. v., tne en en-trine
trine en-trine foiled due to thrown con
necting rodi R was' towed com
mercially to a garage where the
required repairs were maoe later
in the week, also, at government
Welchner admitted using the
car for a "awing or -two" around
New York, house-hunting, but pro
tests he had not used it regular regularly
ly regularly for. fouti months. J
He admitted the engine failure
near West point, but claimed it
happened oil an official trip. He
was heading for Stewart Air Force
Base n a Friday for ar confernce,
he clainsd. ..... ;
mnwever. he acknowledged that
hk family accoinpanied him n
th aCfioiai 'MiK
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LOOKING THROUGH THE SCOPf U. "Gen. Ill dgely Caither, commanderl-chief. Carrobean
mans the periscope during a submerged 'aemons'tration'abosrd' the Swordfish. The general and
J! dnm ,tum. liiues led an hnW-tOstem tOUT through th ihipv
etner visiwns oik"""'" wci "bu
and served as atom-cooked lunch by the..
tiv v rnipw Th SuWnit'inh aerved fish Perch and shrimp-to the VIPs, prepared by Ntvf
hief oommissaryman W, A. Davis (2nd from right), chief-ui-chaige of the 15U Naval DM
gallery at Ft Anador two yean ago, and hi Jour- man rew
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oean tour group look up at the spires of Madrid Cathedral dur dur-.L
.L dur-.L 'I tu. r. ripft. to rleht) Mrs. Genevieve
Lone Miss Sarah de la pefia, Mrs. Catherine W. Fisher, ana miss Tw0 of the Ukeg are gt0cked with
HACIENDA LAS LACUNAS
The hacienda is a cattle ranch
of some 3000 acres at an average
elevation of 4000 feet and ap. 1
mean up because the ranco has
many hills and is as different
from a ranch In the flatlands of
the Western United States as the
tropics are from Kansas.
The ranch house, set by me Dig
spring that probably is the source
of the Barriles River, seems on
clear days almost in shouting dis distance
tance distance mf the extinct volcano that
is known, not very originally, as
El Volcan. The kitchen and the
fire place are the chief centers of
the? ranch house, in which one
roughs it with all modern conve conveniences.
niences. conveniences. Las Lagunas are a group of three
lakes, probably formed by carters
of volcanos centuries ago. They are
joined at high water and it is 11
miles from the first lake to the
last. One of the lakes is named
Tasco in honor of Roy Tasco Da Dais,
is, Dais, who was US Minister here at
the time of Panama's first revolution.
Minister Davis helped stock the
Chiriqui Viejo River with trout.
The Chiriqui Viejo forms one of
the boundaries of tms nacienna
Nicho Janson, who has just come tic than they art at rabbits.
in from the lakes with a string of
bass, the largest of which weighed
seven pounds. He showed it proud proudly
ly proudly to his mother and I asked;
When are we going to eat rt?'
We're not eoine to eat it," said
Nicho, "I'm going to stuff it."
Before 1 finlsned writing tnc
foregoing my eldest grandson, Pat
trick Janson; came m witn e.?nt
wild pigeon. Black bass and pigeon
pie. Not bad at all.
I lost four, said r a t r l c it."
Couldn't find them in the grass."
f Editor's Note: A briefer Rome-datelined communique from
2 the expeditionary force of Isthmians which is striking more ttt-
ror intothc heart of Europe than is the Big Four foreign minis-
jJ ters marathon at Geneva.
The French and Italian Rivieras are just pleasant memories for
3 "S ".After a visit to the famous shrine of Monserrat in Spain we left
S Barcelona by train to Marseilles and from there went down the Hi-
3 ..: I At thic famous rpsnrt SOIllC Of US SW81T1 til Me
1 cold, blue Mediterranean while others shopped In the beautiful stores
f or took pictures of the most magnificent scenery- in the world.
We all thought we wanted to stay there, but after we arrived in
H Rome we were certain this is the place we would like to stay.
2 We have visited the Vatican, seen the Pope, seen ruins of the
S ancient Roman city, and visited museums where we have seen on on-I
I on-I cinals by many famous artists. The shops abound with Italian shoes,
f silk goods, leather goods, and other items of interest much too
a numerous to list.
One of our favorite past times is having coffee in one of the many
5 sidewalk Cflfcs.
S We are sorry to have to leave Rome tomorrow for Florence, but
we will probably hate to leave there also. We hate to think that SI SI-J
J SI-J ready half our trip is over. Best wishes to all; we only hope all our
friends could be here with us.
The other dy I recalled to my fading memory how the now-de
luWHWechaniraf "Division priced itself out off"- I remembered the
ind of staff the Mechanical Division had to cope with all chiefs
and no Indians
Today I see the same thing in the Accounting Division too many
chief. Too many high- paid, do-nothing, drink-coffee big shots
What are so many chiefs needed for? I think if Gov. William E. Pot Potter
ter Potter made an unannounced inspection he would find, his way clear to
let a lot of these "botellas" know what is is to work'for a living,
I suppose it is only natural for the lower-eohefon to malw like
chiefs In an outfit where one glance reveals something like a sum summit
mit summit meeting of the tribes a comptroller, assistant comptrolled, de deputy
puty deputy comptroller, and staff assistant to the comptroller.
large-mouthed black bass and one
with blue gills, all imported from
hatcheries in Florida. The bass
are running to four and five pounds
Calle Janson, owner of the ha hacienda,
cienda, hacienda, brought three friends from
Panama for a weekend not Ion a-
go. Tneir total score was 55 disck
bass and 50 wild pigeons. They al also
so also caught some trout at the Lewis
manse on the Chiriqui Viejo.
There is always plenty to do on
the ranch and it is also a perfect
nlace to do nothlnz.
Like watching a lean hound in
the early morning walking careful
ly through the wet pangola grass
1 i : t l.ij 1
ana slopping 10 noia nis nose in
the air to snift He walks daintly a
few steps, then stops to sniff again
in a short semi-circle. Finally he
points his nose high and holds' the
scent as his ears twitch. Suddenly
he disappears in the high guinea
grass in the next field.
Like watching horses and cat cattle
tle cattle grazing in the fields. What a
lot of eating they have to do. What
a monotonous diet they have.
There are five or six different va varieties
rieties varieties of pasture on the ranch. I
wonder whether the horses and
the cattle can tell the difference.
I doubt it
Like watching a cowboy early
Sunday morning, squatting on a
log over a stream and shaving.
He was not using soap. He dipped
his Gillette into the cold water of
the stream. I almost flinched when
I watched him scraping his chin.
When he saw me he waved the
razor and called a friendly "Bue "Buenos
nos "Buenos Dias."
Like watchice three fat white
geese waddling down a path with
a kind of awkward dignity. They
stretched their long necks and
lnokd at me with stupid insolence.
Then they discussed me in ancient
geese, before staring to winnow
something I could not Identify
from the grass.
Like watching the black and
white ducks streaming down the
river with natural outboard mo motors.
tors. motors. They are so utterly flatfoot flatfoot-ed
ed flatfoot-ed and awkward on land that their
grace in the water is increased.
Then around the bend came a do dozen
zen dozen wild duck that I could nit i i-oentify.
oentify. i-oentify. Their parents had Joined
the domestic ducks and their duck ducklings
lings ducklings were hatched here on the
Like making friends with a 15-
month-old quarter horse, just ar
rived from Florida and with a
fawn and white spotted Shetland
pony, the latter a little devil on
hooves. No horse is too big for the
Shetland to take a bite at or to
give a sly kick. I'm grooming the
quarter horse and before I return
to the city I expect to have his
sorrel coat shining like polished
Like watching my five year year-old
old year-old erandson. Peter Janson, and
his three-year-old sister, redhead-
ded Francis, playing together witft
out new fancied toys. At times
they are rabbits, and then they get
down on hands and knees and try
to leap through the pangola grass.
Likft" meetine a Bransus that
threatened and barred the r o a L
when driving with my daughter,
feg, in an ancient and topless, tea
ieeo though a pasture.
u we were on the ground, saia
Peg,' "she would butt us."
I doubt it. She probably has a
The Brangus was a handsome
heifer, fat and sleek and deep
black. Now if you' do not know
what a Brangus is. here la the an
swer. It is sew breed of cattle
formed by crossing black Aber
deen Angus with Brahman cattle
The name has only the "Br" of the
Brahama side prefixed to Angus
The blood lines are in about the
The standard Brangus is five
eighth 5(-8) Angus and three
eighths (3-8) Brahma. The cross
ing of the sturdy Brahman, that is
immune to the many ills that af
flict cattle In the tropics, with the
heavy Aberdeen Angus has prqitup
ea a superior oeei type oi caiue.
The Brangus have no horns and
are solid black, are extremely
hardy and they thrive on poor
grades of feed and pasture. They
do well in the tropks both at high
altitudes and at sea level. They
have high resistance to insects and
to pink eye.
They are gentle ana respond to
kind handling. Although they are
primarily beef cattle the cows
give plenty or ncn milk wnicn
makes the calves grow rapidly.
Brangus calves are 100-150 pounds
heavier at weaning than most oth
Like welcoming my grandson Their leaps are no more realis
This Senator Ski-something who keeps biting at the hand that
used to feed him, the US' Army to be precise, is getting me pretty
mad. And the Panama American s feeding the fire isn't doing mucn
to soothe my ruffled feathers. I
What's with this high-and-mighty senator, forever picking at the
military services for having jnen assigned as household servants?
It's certainly nothing new. I
I'm just a poor civilian slot myself, and since the generals have
somehow neglected to put me on their invitation lists for the past 30
years, I haven't had the opportunity to see a sergeant sling a Singa Singapore
pore Singapore instead of a hand grenade. But I see other US-,tax supported
bigwigs here on the Zone using official vehicles for running shopping
And 1 also have seen the senators like Ski lolling about the Pan Panama
ama Panama liners, riding and dining free for the six-day voyage to make a
congressional investigation of the china arid linen shops in Colon be before
fore before carting the loot to the ship in time for the return trip.
And these Skis are the same birds who expect to be met by of official,
ficial, official, non-tip vehicles, complete with flunkies to carry their lug lug-ease.
ease. lug-ease. They don't oblect to this kind of servant service.
Willie Poller's white suit has become such a trademark that
folks forget that one of these days he will have to take his general's
uniform out of mothballs and limber up the old saluting arm. Don't
the Potter have any GI servants, since he's a general?
The household staff at the governor's hbUse Is locally hired, thank
you. Put the money they're paid still comes out of Uncle Sam'
Nobody hire ever picks on the US embassy in Panama, possibly
because hardly anyone ever hears of the place. It's commented here
and there that the lsdy of the house was so fond of her Oriental house
staff at a previous post that she had them moved here. She may have
footed the transportation bill, but I have heard people doubt it.
Would the senators in the Pentagon prefer to give the top mili military
tary military officers another allowance to hire household help, like the em embassy
bassy embassy and governor gets? The screaming would drift all the way here.
These elected officials, these so-called representatives of the
people, sit on their padded sats in Washington and enjoy watching
the brass come to a slow boil. Thev know that any colonel senseless
enough to talk back would be notified in half an hour, with 24 me
moranda copies in pink, yellow and green, of his new assignment as
a major in deepest Africa.
If the senator can find any U.S. government official, military
or otherwise, who does not in some small way utilize government
property or people for his personal use, I recommend he have this
man's mug engraved on brass, and displayed in every obstetrics
clinic in the land And the title should read "Premature Pete, The
Conscientious an Who Has Not Been Born Yet Kither."
Why Fight It?
Chiriqui Province has just had
one of the longest dry seasons on
record. The Brangus and half
Brangus on the Hacienda las La Lagunas
gunas Lagunas del Volcan were the only
cattle that did not lose weight
when the pastures were burneo. up
by the drouth and in some cases
by dry season fires. In fact they
gained weight despite the poor
One young Brangus bull on a
ranch at sea level survived Texas
fever and now is sturdy and strong
as ever. This bull also gained
weight when the ribs were show showing
ing showing on the other cattle on the
(Presented by the Department
e Christian Education of rhe B B-plscepal
plscepal B-plscepal Church In the Mission Missionary
ary Missionary Diocese el the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.)
THI ONI ABSOLUT!
"And he will bo the stability
f your times, abundance of sal salvation,
vation, salvation, wisdom, and knowls9,J-
In one of the recent flash floods
a house-holder found to her dis dismay
may dismay that the waters had washed
.11 tk. l.koi. rrff the cans on the
shelves. As the waters receded the
cans were left jumbled together
in blind disorder. So we live in a
world today where the labels have
been stripped off and we are lt
with no criteria by which to judge.
Our era Is one where the ab
solute have disappeared. What
works is right. Expediency and
opportunism are the order oi me
Her' both our biblical passage
nrf the Collect for the week have
mm thine to say. The prophet
t11i us that God is the stability
nf our times. The Collect reminas
in that He orders all things. A
imtfWt ail the flux there is a fix
ed point. Covenants may be nrok-
en ana man expioueu, uiu vi
and above the flood, tne eternal
God is enthroned.
0 God. whose never-failing pro
vidence ordereth all things both
in heaven and earth; We humbly
beseech thee to put away from
us all hurtful things, and to give
us those things which are protu
able for us; through Jesus Christ
our Lord. Amen".
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. HERRING HECKLERS AND i SARDINE SNATCH ERS,
my study of tha sporta pages hat persuaded me that'tfw
la a good deal of lifting up of rocks in progress on the floor
of Panama Bay. -It-has to do. with a deep sea. ftaWjng
tournament of some sort. My advice to all involved to
come nome anq nave airinK insteatj.
It will not be long now until a
few steaks from half Brangus and
half native stock will be available.
It will be longer before .real
tas, es.ecatti aremuciii tf jiiu-
aoieio eat ana are neeoea to im improve
prove improve the native beef.
Sometimes the secret of suc success
cess success in business lies in keeping
your business a secret. nu
I am Indebted to my colleague Ricardo'Llnce fcOhe
information that this seasdnV SwordfisBiort championship
cf the Panamararea is in the trip of a siikeruhalretlfjigep
sea fellow by the name of Shannon D. Cramer, Jr
Cramer brought a 2500-ton Swordfish AlonicUPtha
dock at Rodman one day-last week as smoothly aeovi
could wish, after playing It since Sept. 15 last -year.
This puts him way ahead of .Panama'e Presidential
press secretary Tano Chacon who was previously up
among the fishing tournament front runners with a BOTb.
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For the past two years the topic of wage discrimination a-
?;ainst Panamanian citizens workinR In the Canal Zone has been
he subject of much discussion and controversy. The subject was
brought ones again Into the HmeliRht by the labor violence which
tlared in Colon this week over the wages belnn paid workers for
certain demolition Jobs in Coco Solito, and bv the recent notes
from President de la Quardla to President Eisenhower.
The Colon hassle points out one fact concernina this aliened
waiif discrimination which makes me extremelv anitry. Colon
workers took their spite out on one contractor's employe be
cause they were disturbed that this contractor was paying only
iz.ou a ciay to nis men while another contractor dolna: identical
type work in the same area was voluntarily pavinn his men 11
per hour in spite of the fact that the Federal sl-an-hour mini minimum
mum minimum wage was not mandatory for this particularly contract.
There is a great deal of difference between 30 cents an hour
(which is a little better than standard In Panama) and the 41
an hour required by the U.8. government on Jobs Involving inter interstate
state interstate commerce such as the Cut widening; and the Balboa Bridge
, lOb. '.''(-.-'':
, I'm tired of listening to compallnts by rabbit rouslnir Pan if
, amanian ponticos sucn as Aauuino Boyd striping about this so
called wage-discrimination. The Colon hassle is a perfect exam
1 pie of "wage discrimination" of the most flagrant order by Pan
amanlans aeainst Panamanians.
I would like to suggest that Uncle Sam abandon the practiced
oi stipulating in eacn lucuviauaj contract .wnetner or not the 11
an hour minimum should be paid and atrree to pay the minimum
wage to all Panamanian workers cn the condition that Panama
do the same. My bet is they won't. Rich Panamanian employers
like that green stuff too much to agree to ahare a little with
Jthe campeslnos. v
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Admittedly an extraordinary meeting- of the rfariin
Tournament's rules committee Is about to :fiytemnmi
to decide on the Issue of Cramer's, $5 entrance fee H is
unpaid, I gather, because he was spending 47 dayeeub.
merged at the time fee was due j?.lt you want to flM a
better place to avoid process aervers dunning yotfifor
fees, taxes and alimony, let me recommend the 'fjttxl.
mum diving depth of the nuclear.powered submarine Sword,
fish, 8. D. Cramer master of ceremonies.
Matter of fact a whole bunch of ,tWKty. CZ.riveted
Brass dashed out from Rodman towards the Pearl, Islands
Friday on the same deal. Could there be some new high.
power process server started operations In the Canal Zone
that we had all best be wary about?
First inkling I had of the atomic submarines evasive
capability was when, even before the nuclear reactor had
been shut down after the Swordfish docked at Rodman,
Cramer was seeing that his men were equipped with dollar
bills with whipHto fight off land.borne process servers.
Or any other perils which might beset the crew upon
clambering back up to sea leavel. , r
Let me tell you about Cramer. He Is so tenderly lovins:
of his Swordfish that you feel he knows every atom In his
shin's reactor by its first name. Likewise vou come to
believe that every time one of these atoms splits he Wjrotes
a nextof-kin letter about It to Vice Adm. Hyman Rickr,
mightiest molecule Jn the Atomic Energy Commission's Na Naval
val Naval Reactors Branch If you doubt me, "Just remember
that truth Is stranger than fission.
Four.time father Cramer Is a leader whose men, I
believe, would follow him anvwhere except Into the chore
ef being courteous, communicative and seurity-conscloUs
to the horde of individuals rpnarinp frrm Eskimos tfffad tfffad-mlrals
mlrals tfffad-mlrals who oile. aboardJb
that Crarrtar h already umed floWn' three 'offers to, man.
age Disneyland i T J
Should vou not believe me. try and find hlmjto ?et
the denial. I'll tell votust "wher wd'u an a&Sf
down deer) between here and Pearl. Harborft.i4et
AM 'kljnf ptjrwjl" th'alajstottlghfn urgelwlt&jryrjt.
0" he Swordf!h there a eam of men. doInr;mn'S
work. There are whltfihats who know more bout nUUar
, nripoinlps anrl nractift no' diri man" ton scientists
at ti"- uv wp fayBlnri" io M;r"ulm! ,
These whitehats are not supermen. They are clear,
eyed, sharp.honed sailors, whose select "mission has not
caused them to overlook the points of difference between
the nuclear structure of a uranium atom p-nd that of a
symmetrically arranged blonde. Matter of fact, there is
reason to believe hey keen a sharper eve on the differ,
ences than, does Aikovr, wnsn narmwlv.focussed mind
tends tooverlrfort blondes. That Is. in omarison wlK
the indefatigable scientific dedication of Cramer's sub.
mariners In this Mechd branch of science. ,;T'
I beieve this to be the onlv shortcomint any member
of the US's nuclear submarine Navv has ever had to find
about the man who broucht the service Into being, arid
who is Brightening its lustre every hour of ever? day.-
Cramer, probablv as pentln a man of war as can t
found at forty fathoms In this fissile era. ares for hls ahfp
with the knowing tenderness any lover of the sea reserves
onlv for his vacht, or launch, or submarine, or whatever
craft with which he Is eniovine; an amatory entanglement -Such
men come home with seaweed on that nnrtJont,of
their collar where lesser men accumulate lirvtink.
If Cramer should ever come to read this. I would' like
him to know he his welcome to stoo over here with rrije
In my apartment any time he should choose. He willlfefil
totallv at home. Everythlnp? or any Interest or DUrposeln
the Joint can be reached without moving frorVi the berl'ir -the
chair whichever of these two agencies or ;fepqe
may he on watch. ;
Personally I think Cramer Inclines; to give the walls
preference over the floor when It comes to storing articles
that are apt to be needed anytime, such as treatise! on
nuclear power plants or pairs of sox. This, however Is a
matter of Individual taste.
For the 8wordflsh crewman who, after an overdose
of the general Public and of general irrade officers. demAhd
ed to know why the designers of the submarln faTled
to Incorporate a glass viewing hatch In the side for, ihe
peering crowds, my sympathy. j ,s
But for this same guy afld all fellow members ot hts
ship's company, my envy teo.NLg"ot the feeling that they
all shared the zesty feeljhg befoflj sailing Friday that the
whole bright blue surface of the Pacific between Balboa
and Pearl Harbor, and the shadowed deotha beneath the
surface, Was their unchallengable bailiwick, in which'
neither the Commissioner of Taxes nor Jlmmv Hoffa nor
Jack Parr nor the Joint Chiefs of Staff nor Sen. James
astland (D.Miss.) would ever be suffered to trespass?,:
There, in the dark, sullen shell of their fiery.heafted
ship, they were set challenge science and the elements
I face to face, eleotran to electran, frea from the tangles
; and turpltud of the organized world.
I envy and aspect .Cramer and his fighting crew to
such extent that I hope they never get to hear thafcrnot
previously haying known any Navy In whloh submariners
sported dolphin wings, I was perplexed by the proportion
of Navy aircrew aboard the 8wordfish lumping laundry
ashore, and pulling KP. ...
PERCY'S PEERLEsTpORTENT this week Is the, first
nuclear-inspired necromancy this column has dabbled. In.
The Swordfish, the 1 atomic submarine I have ever been
aboard, carries the number 579, so If
1579, .. ., v
goes critloal around 11 o'clock this morning, make a
little mushroom cloud in honor of Cramer f crew. j
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House Committee Drafts Legislation
Less Objectionable To Labor Leaders
WASHINGTON (UPI)-A bitter bitterly
ly bitterly tout House Labor Committee
(oday completed drafting a union
rrtorm am lar lesi oojcuuuuic
to organiita labor leaden than
tha toucher Senate-passed meas
Labor supported congressmen
senerallr rre vailed as the com
mittee made more than 10
changes in the Senate bill. The
committee scheduled a formal
vote on the overall bill next
Wednesday when foes could try to
substitute the Senate version.
Like the Dante Bill, the House
measure was designed to promote
Democratic practices and end la labor
bor labor corruption and racketeering
exposed Dy the Senate Rackets
Committee. The House group,
however, removed many of the
stiff curbs endorsed by the Sen
SMALL FRI SESSION Youngsters, as well as members of the military, benefit from the USARCARIB Special Services Program.
; This group is sold on a story being told during a children's hour at the Quarry Heights Library. (US Army Photo)
USARCARIB Joins Military Throughout World
In Celebrating Anniversary Of Special Services
professional entertainment branchduals out of every 1000 assigned
N. C.) an advocate
bill, complained that the commit
tee "virtually destroyed" the Sen
ate measure, wh i ch was spon sponsored
sored sponsored by Sens. John F. Kennedy
(D Mass.) and Sam J. Ervin Jr.
(D N. C.) and which passed the
Senate in April by a vote of 90-1.
Barden charged that "outside
influemes' had moved in and
"taken over direction of the com committee."
mittee." committee." He declined to name the
influences, but unio n officials
have held a number of meetings
with some committee members.
ReD. Carroll D. Kearns, the
committee's ranking Republican
also dtnounced the measure, as
serting that the Jimmy Hoffas
have won their greatest victory."
Hoffa heads the, scandal-scarred
Tejmsvers Union which has been
a prime larget of the Senate
Challenged Kearns' View
Teamsters' lobbyist Sidney Za-
gri imme d i a t ely challngea
Kearns' view. He said "this is not
a Hoffa victory. We consider this
a bad bill."
Kearns served notice that he
and other Republicans, outvoted
In the committee, "will do every everything
thing everything in their power to improve
this bill" when it reaches the
Sources within the AFL CIO,
which opposed the final Senate
bill, said the House committee
i version was better largely be-n-.
m i oavse it eliminated the proposed
. .tiff.r1 criminal penalties for violations
.'?t.l the so-called "bill of rights"
for rank-and-file union members.
PELS ALL, England (UPI)
Garbage wasn't all that garbage
man Charles Hill collected, police
said today. They found seven tons
of coal in his garage and cellar,
which they said he admitted il illicitly
licitly illicitly collecting on his rounds
m Ml Tm May
his i. a Jsrr48
Special Services personnel on
duty in USARCARIB and at oth other
er other military establishments
throughout the world will join in
marking the 19th anniversary of
-the office of the chief of Special
Services on July 2i.
Since its establishment in-4940,
Special Services has become one
of the Army's most, effective in instruments
struments instruments in building soldier mo morale,"
rale," morale," and the program constant constantly
ly constantly is -groVing to keep pace with
the broad range of individual in interests.
terests. interests. Soldier shows and music are a
year-round Special Service activi activity,
ty, activity, .culminating annually in the
All-Army Entertainment Contest.
Soldier entertainers participate
in successive competitions, with
the 10 major Army commands
sending the cream of their crop
to compete at the top level.
From these, finalists are select selected
ed selected to tour Army commands
throughout the world in the an annual
nual annual Department of the Army
soldier show, "Rolling Along."
Soldier entertainers appear al also
so also in special shows, such as the
Fort Cla'-'i Service Club's
Christmas iuction, "Holiday
Heatwave' 1 the Fort Kobbe
Service C s Jazz Festival.
Touring troupes, booked by the
TWDON. Julv 18 While pun-
it. ,0iia whether or not a cert
in lilac tree in the pleasant Mid:
and town of Leamington is the
leadcentre of England and Wales,
one disputes that ine iong.;si
ntinnnus overland lourney ia
ritain is between Land's End and
M o' Groats. The former is at
lfrtip of the south-west county of
ornwali. the latter on the rocky
korth coast of,, Scqtland.
As- an aircraft flies, the distance
:M: bare 600 miles but no road
user has discovered .a shorter
route than .879, miles.
.This Mystical mileage has a
weird, appeal for automobile driv drives.
es. drives. To have driven one way or
vhe other between Land's End and
ohn ol Groats confers distinction
avon in rnpse navs. wneii
ain's roads are thronged with hap
py .motorists and the auiomooue
industry is crowing with joy at
having beaten all export records
with 60,349 cars sent abroad in
Lthe merry month of May.
But this famous route is no mo mo-)pnly.
)pnly. mo-)pnly. f motorists. Britain's atb-
fetes are battling these aays on
f .... i T1UU1 PollV
wnat are Known a reuuic
faces' oetween bana s tuu
ohn o' Groats.
.Teams of cross-country runners
l-om ; the Universities of fc-xeter,
rambridte. Birmingham and Bns-
W aremaking bios uns summei
the fringe of wild and romantic
This ,is now preserved as a Na
tional Park for holiday-makers,
mountaineers and boys' and girls'
With no time to wait, tne serg sergeants
eants sergeants did not see the start' of the
controversial "Operation Trawsfy Trawsfy-nydd
nydd Trawsfy-nydd to provide foundations for
two 180-feet towers for the new
nuclear: power 'Station.
I say "controversial" because
nature-lovers have feared that the
presence of a nuclear station
would spoil the beauties of the
But as the bull-dozers and ex excavators
cavators excavators get to work, most people
are coming round to the view that
the rugged, granite-faced building,
as pictured in the design by archi architect
tect architect Basil Spence, will ultimately
blend Into the mountain scenery.'
Spence was responsible for the
splendid modern cathedral in the
motor-industry city of Coventry,
replacing the original which was
blasted by Hitler s bombers m
World War II.
The same brilliance of concep conception
tion conception is observable in his plan for
Trawsfynydd a long, straddling
rock-like structure almost as iag iag-gedly
gedly iag-gedly bold as Snowdon's own
rocks. Even when new it should
almost merge into its mountain mountainous
ous mountainous background; time and weath-
n'beat the 105Vi-hours record set
lip by anOxford University team
Jin 1957. ...
Tlie -"pebble" is one picked up
on tne oeaa ai cimci c-m
carried to the opposite extremity,
of the-United Kingdom.
. Meanwhile we doff our hats to
wo 33-year-old British Army serg-
..iail. Xjrn.fM ITifona and Pativrk
eelUB, JI1C1 V JU u,nuo .- 7
'Maloney, who using four pairs ot
thick Army boots between them,
have just walked the distance in
' From snow, hail and gales in
Scotland, they walked into a.heat
wave in England. They did it dur
ing tneir summer vacation ami re
ported having enjoyed every min minute.
ute. minute. This is 'hardly surprising. So
rich and varied is the scenery of
Britain, changing from county to
county, and so diverse the inhabi inhabitants
tants inhabitants in their manner of welcome,
thejr customs and even their
'speech accents, that such a journ journey
ey journey rhUst have been as rewarding
as one through half-a-dozen coun coun-tries
tries coun-tries of Europe or North and South
. Thf is part of the charm of
tourism in a land which is virtual virtual-Jx.A.'JMrld
Jx.A.'JMrld virtual-Jx.A.'JMrld in miniature.
'NO" TIM f TO WAIT
ron Urn snowy crags of North Northern
ern Northern Scotland, the sergeants tramp tramped
ed tramped through pastoral valleys in the
Scottish Lowlands, skirted the
beautiful Lakelands of England's
northern counties, probed the in industrial
dustrial industrial towns of the North Miri
er should do the rest.
Trawsfynydd, supplying electrici
ty to Liverpool and North Wales,
will take its place in Britain's $1'5,-
200 chain of nuclear stations which
Was started in October, 155,
when Queen Elizabeth II opened
the world's first commercial-stale
nuclear power plant at Caldcr
Hall, in the English county of
By 1966-67, when the program programme
me programme is completed, nuclear energy
should be giving about 22 percent
of Britain's total electricity con consumption
sumption consumption equivalent to 18,000,000
tons of coal used by conventional
power stations, or 10,000,000 ions
While walkers and runners range
Britain from end to end, Southern
England is being effectively ex explored
plored explored by a. batch of Cantian
Juniors, and they got a special
welcome because they play crick cricketEngland's
etEngland's cricketEngland's national summer
game, but not one that is prac practised
tised practised on a large scale in Canada,
The boys, who come from places
as far apart as Toronto alia Cal Calgary,
gary, Calgary, Vancduver and Winnipeg,
are playing some of England's
best cricketing schools Eton,
Bradield, Winchester, Charter Charterhouse
house Charterhouse and M'll Hill.
As I write; the visitors have
just won their first match against
Mill Hill, which is quite a triumph.
Normally they play on matting,
but three days' practice on grass
at Lord's. London, headquatters
of English cricket, has evidently
laiight these youngsters all the
at department of the army Spe
cial Services and handled local
ly by USARCARIB Special Serv
ices, visit the Canal zone tour or
five times yearly. College or uni
versity groups as well as profes professional
sional professional units organized into spe
cial holiday package shows, per
form at Army, Navy and Air
Force theaters, in the hospitals
and at gun battery sites wnen
Latest development in the serv
ice entertainment iieia is tne
start of a program under which
small professional units will vis visit
it visit the Zone on a monthly basis,
appearing fat four' Arary theaters.
USARCARIB has fivtf Kggrvice
clubs, at Forts Clayton, Gulick
and Kobbe in the Canal Zone and
Fort Buchanan and Fort Brooke
in Puerto Rico. In addition to of
fering a full schedule of activi-
mg toursysnows, tournamenip,
special interest groups, exhibits.
lectures, bingo, coffee cells and
many more the clubs have faci facilities
lities facilities for pool, table tennis, cards,
and many other games; rooms;
musical television; tape record recorders
ers recorders and projectors for slides and
movies; writing rooms; musical
instruments and practice rooms;
hi-fi record players and libraries
of records and sheet music. Club
information desks assist with
such services as travel and tour
information, package ; wrapping,
telephone calls, including s o v e r r-seas
seas r-seas telephona'Hservice irrj some
cases), and even ordering or orchids
chids orchids for mother on Mother's
Staffed by professional recrea recreation
tion recreation directors, the clubs primari primarily
ly primarily serve enlisted personnel and
their families, but also are re responsible
sponsible responsible for many large scale
events involving the- entire com community,
munity, community, military and civilian.
Such events are the "Carnavali "Carnavali-to,"
to," "Carnavali-to," originated by Fort Amador
Service Club's Enlisted Men's Ad Advisory
visory Advisory Cdunwl in 1957, and now
a yearly highlight held at Fort
Clayton Service Club; and the
"International Jazz F e s 1 1 v a 1,"
which had its second annual pro production
duction production last month, sponsored by
the Fort Kobbe Enlisted Men's
The Special Services sports pro program
gram program aims for maximum partici participation
pation participation in all sports both from the
standpoint of spectator and indi individual
vidual individual participation.
Emphasis is placed on sports
at company level in order to al allow
low allow a maximum number of indi individuals
viduals individuals to participate. At USAR USARCARIB
CARIB USARCARIB level there are eight
championship tournaments con
ducted each year, with' tourna tournaments
ments tournaments in each of these, sports al also
so also conducted at post level. Thir Thirty
ty Thirty eight softball teams played a
total of 380 games before compet competing
ing competing in the USARCARIB finals.
In 1958, an average of 515 indivi-
to the command participated in
the sports program each day. to total
tal total participation during the year
was approximately 900,000.
Based on the first six months
of this year, this figure will in increase
crease increase to over 1,000,000 during
The U.S. Army operates one of
the largest "public library" pro
grams in the world. This net
work of libraries extends to ev
ery post within the United States
and to each U.S. Army installa
tion located in a foreign country.
n the six Special Services li libraries
braries libraries in the Panama Area,
there are 57,733 clothbound books,
33 newspaper and 379 magazine
subscriptions and 751 musical re recordings.
cordings. recordings. The Fort Clayton Post
Library has been designated as
the reference, military science
and library inter-loan center. Fif Fifty
ty Fifty field libraries are scattered
throughout Central and South A
All libraries are ready to serve
the reading interests of the mili
tary community to provide books
and non-book materials tor tne
soldier, his dependents and the
civilian personnel within the com
Special Services operates eight
different crafts shops throughout
Craft facilities include automo
tive, woodworking,, photo, leather
nsturction, tools and equipment
are available free of charge to
all personnel who participate in
the crafts program, which is ex
tremely popular and well utniz
ed bv both military and civilian
personnel of the command.
A birthday salute to Special
Services will be telecast over
CFN-TV at 5:45 p.m. Wednesday
FLAVORED1 Dr. Albert B.
Sabin of the University of Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati examines a vial which
is used for his live-virus polio
vaccine, one of several recently
developed, Sabin's serum can
be flavored and taken by
mouth. It was used to Immu Immunize
nize Immunize 300 Russian children
against the disease. -"-
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Services at the First Baptist
Church Paraiso tomorrow will be
conducted by the Rev. F. H. Wal Walters.
ters. Walters. This begins a week of visit visitation
ation visitation by the Sunday School per
sonnel for a one hundred percent
attendance for each class, and
also to get the listed prospect en enrolled.
rolled. enrolled. The day's services as schedul scheduled
ed scheduled will be the following: Sunday
school at 10 a.m.; Morning Wor Worship
ship Worship at 11 a.m.; Baptist Training
Union at 6:30 p.m.; Evening Wor Worship
ship Worship at 7:15 o'clock.
Two services will be held at
the Calvary Baptist Church to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at 1 a.m. and at 7:30
At the morning service, the
Rev. Louis A. Sealey, pastor,
will speak, on "The Capacity to
Hear God's Voice,' and at eht
night service, his subject will be
"The Verdict on Lukewarmness."
Sunday School will convene at
9:30 a.m., the heads of depart departments
ments departments will meet with the pastor
at 4 p.m., and Training Union
will meet at 6 p.m.
Next Sunday, the three day
51st anniversary observance will
begin. On Monday, July 27, at 8
p.m., the program will be enti entitled
tled entitled 'The Spoken Word and
Choir Festival." On Tuesday, Ju July
ly July 28, the program will be enti entitled
tled entitled "Your Weight in Gold."
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j"jMjif;.Bd Mrs. Rodney Bushnell Ely of Balboa Heights announce
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The fair called "Weekend in
China, sponsored by the Chinese
Women's League in Panama, w:ll
be held July 31, August 1 and 2
at the Chinese Club on Aventda
Balboa in Panama City.
Exhibits will include ancient art,
painting, embroidery, porcelain
and other articles of interest.
A large door prize will be a a-warded
warded a-warded each night of the fair The The-first
first The-first night's prize will be a wash washing
ing washing machine donated by J S.
a. becond will be a hi-fi, i gift
of Halman, S.A., and an electric
swine machine contrihufeH hv :ho
Singer Sewing Machine Company
win De tne tinai night's prize.
Another 'S and Shoot'
Tour Planned By JWB
Another of the Sunday afternoon
sightseeing tours sponsored by the
Balboa USD-JWR win
Balboa center tomorrow at 2:30
p.m. The toyrs are being offered
to servcemen and their families
each Sunday during July, and take
uoui iwo ana a naif hours to visit
points of interest in Panama.
ThrtfiA Hpctrinty tn noHinirtU
u ,u yai ui.javc uic
JslfpH tn rail h TUTU a. Ik.
1072, to confirm transportation ar-
Naval Officari Wiva
Plan Biehcombr Barty
The monthly luncheon meeting
Of the aval nffisen Wi worn flnW
will be a beachcombers party
Tuesday at 1 p.m. at the Fifteenth
Naval District Community House.
Reservations and cancellations
should be made with Mrs. Fran
L.anaaay, Navy 3595.
RSSIA BILLS JAPAN
TOKYO fUPD R USfiill ham canf
Janan a $1,393. hill fnr ovnn.
incurred when Soviet patrol boats
rescued Japanese fishermen in
distress off northern Japan.
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MR. AND MRS. PETER FLEETWOOD SHRAPNIL
Many Former Isthmians Join
Shrapnel Anniversary Party
The golden wedding anniversary
pany lasi Sunday in Altadena,
Calif., not only honored long-time
Isthmians Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Fleetwood Shrapnel but also serv served
ed served as a nostalgic reunion for
many former Isthmian friends re residing
siding residing in the area.
The Shrapnels are well-remembered
throughout the Zone. They
lived here from 1915 until 1954,
when hp retired as chief of the
administrative branch of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal Xorr.pany. Their gold
en wedding anniversary reception
was held at their home in Alta Altadena.
dena. Altadena. Geneva Bliss and Peter Shrap Shrapnel,
nel, Shrapnel, grandson of the British Army
peneral who invented the shell of
the same name, were teenagers in
Buffalo, N. Y., when they eloped
to Canada to be married. They
came to Panama on the urging of
her brother, the late Gerald Bliss
Sr., who was the postmaster at
Cristobal for many years.
Their relatives still living on
hP Zo" include Mrs. Shrapnel's
sister. Miss Genell Bliss of Coeoli:
or sitpr-in-law. Mrs. Gerald
Bliss Sr.: and three nieces, Mrs.
William H. Allen of Fort Amador.
Mrs. B. Donald Humphrey of Co Coco
co Coco Solo and Mrs. 'George Walker
of Cocoli. During the anniversary
narty, the Zone members of the
family talked to the Shrapnels
via "ham" radio.
Former Isthmians attending we
Dr. and Mrs. Bliss Shra p n e 1,
Gerald (Budd) Bliss and fami'v,
Mrs. Mayno Bliss Walker, Zo Zo-nelle
nelle Zo-nelle Bliss Fields, Katherine
Storm, Marjorie LeBrun, Elizabeth
Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Duchy Bryan,
Dennis and Luella Mulane. Helen
M. Rhodes, Anna Ruth Werkhei Werkhei-ser,
ser, Werkhei-ser, Louise C .Harlman, E. L. Kop Kop-perski,
perski, Kop-perski, Cornelia Redmer. Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy E. Hamlin, Mr. and Mrs. Bud
Hazzard, Helen and Meade Bol Bolton,
ton, Bolton, Mr. and Mrs. Cambridge Luf Luf-fer,
fer, Luf-fer, Jessie B. Vett, Mrs. Van
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Leave: PANAMA 7:30 a. m.
Arrive: SAN JOSE 8:15 a.m.
Arrive: SAN SALVADOR 10:35 a.m.
Arrive: MEXICO 2:40 p.m.
Brocklin, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart
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Kerr, Mrs. Shirley Simmon, Easter
JJoudet of J I4in h
When children are young it
seems their worst enemy is soap.
Some mothers skirt these proo proo-lems
lems proo-lems of bathing and washing hands
and faces before meals with speci special
al special towels, promises or threats. One
of these methods features a bright
ly colored plastic basin wheih en
courages the youngsters to play
in the soapy water and thus come
New patent leather shoes are a
boon to the budget minded as
well as the fashion conscious.
These feature the temperamental
leather in a year round condi condition.
tion. condition. The new "luxury patent' re resists
sists resists cracking and keeps its luster
through hot or cold weather.
If you are whole or half heart"
edly in the middle of a late spring
cleaning, you may be cleaning your
walls. Remember washable wall wallpapers
papers wallpapers arp washable. But you can
prevent streaks or stains by wash washing
ing washing walls from the floor up. If you
start at the top and wash down,
the dribbles are hard to suds a a-way.
way. a-way. Women who have returned from
the hospital after surgery are find finding
ing finding that their doctors recommend recommended
ed recommended some form of exercise to re revitalize
vitalize revitalize muscles involved. A New
York surgeon, for example,, re recommends
commends recommends a woman hang her
laundry to strengthen and stretch
arm and shoulder muscles. Other
household tasks, done without
heavv liftinff nlun miv nrnva a
helpful return to normal living.
Vnecs: your ooctor on this when
optimistic . and happy
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LINEAS AEREAS COSTARRICENSES, SA
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May Be Just
ATLANTA (UPI) This is sort
of an open and uneasy letter
to the ViiginU Civil War Commis Commission
sion Commission waicU ma find itself staging
one of tn biggest aumenca-par
ticiDation ihowt of all time. .
Any 'ini you get 60.000 men and
boys trudging around the Virginia
woods on a not oay you ve so
Far .'hose who haven't heard'
Virauiia wants to kick off the
100th anniversary of the start of
the Civil War two years Jtrom now
by staging the third Battle of But
Run. The Federal Civil War Com
mission says m it will start in
With all due respect to the Old
Dominion ami the Bonnie Blue
Flae, it looks as through the
Yankees may have a bit ot logic
on their sicre this time. The first
Battle of Bull Run on July 20.
1861 was one of the most mixed
up bits ol busiresa since the Tro
jans decided a wooden horse was
just tno tning to perk up the spirits
of tneii citizens
Virginia already has invited
governors of the other 21 states
which loneht .' Bull Run to send
troops lor the renactrrient. If the
dirnctoi of the shenang can get
his audience seated, it might be
wise to point out a few tmngs
which may confuse the cast.
First off, Confederate Gen.
Pierre Gustav, Touiant Beaure Beauregard
gard Beauregard took a sort of negative at attitude
titude attitude o the whole iaea. He .wrote
President Jefferson Davis he could i
promise a "handsome victory"
provided ne was first successful in
getting the Yankees to attack him.
But 1'eauregard wasn't really in
charge. He iut thought he was.
Gen. J -sepfc Jonnston got there on
July 20 and he ha supposed to
be the top man only Davis didn't
tell him so in so many mords.
The Yankees, anticipating the
theatn -al possibilities, -brought
ladies and congressmen with "m
on the 20-mile march from V. sh.
ingon. but thtv made only about
six mnes the first dav because of
the heal and a lot of tempting
Beaurecard changed his mina
about ryina to get the Yankees tojing for those broken windows fir
attarV him. He decided to attack
them, and sent Gen Longstreet
across Bull Run creek.
ua. jiu cuailged his
you return home after an opera
A little housecleaning each da
means less work at the end of the
week. When washing the dishes
sponge grease splatters and
crumbs irom appliances, the
cooking and eating area. It takes
HttU time or effort to do this, but
.. ii l. U : i
the ena result is wwwwnuue
SDortihii '"e'lithnsiakW like some
thing around the house to remind
them of tlv?ir hobbies. Bowlers can
turn an old bowling pin into an
attractive lamp for hobby or liv
ing room. Sand wood clean and
then coat with shellac after ne
cessary wiring is installed.
Piles Hurl You
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erroTaneaY T.kb."M Vnd '" Kla
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Fears 2nd Battle Of Bull Run
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As Big Fiasco jAsflirstOn
mind azain alter Lonistreet start
ed the fieht but- he didn't tell
Longstreet r.j. .-
-'MAMttuffriila r- tTnlne Jln ff.
Dowell fell in with Bory'i first
plan and attacked the:Confeder
There was a whole lot of whoop whoop-ina
ina whoop-ina and hoorawinii and shooting
but nobody knew much about what
was goinc on. The uniforms were
all news, and it was hard to tell
whose side yo wVrton t. t'p.
Well Beauriard thought he
was whipped. he was sure of it
when ne saw another bunch of
sol liers coming up the big road,
and he started to give the order
to getvout of there Then he took
another look and saw it wss Gen.
Juhal Harlv anr' hi? ner''.
By this time, the Yankees al already
ready already had gone back to Washing
ByMRS. MURIEL LAWRENCI
Promptly upon arriving at t!-.-treatment
center for delinquent
boys he broke a number of win
The director told him tha
he'd have to pay for the dam
age. Exploding, the 10-year-:ilf
newcomer yelled, "I thought you
didn't punish kids here! Wh;
don't you pay for the windows?
Why don't you make the city pa
"Because the city didn't break
them," social worker Ernest Papa Papa-nek
nek Papa-nek said mildly. "I ; ; diin,'i
break them. ,You did. So out
hi the allowance we give yon
here, we'll take 25 cents a week
until your debt; is paid."
For six weeks the deductions
were made. In the seventh the
director' called the boy. He said,
"Danny, we figure it will tak?
you several years to finish nav'
things, candy, sodas, presents, for
people you like. So we wan to
help you with your debt. Afler
you've paid on it for two more
weeks, we will pay the rest.'
The tough kid who had flout flouted,
ed, flouted, the discipline of 27 other a a-gencies
gencies a-gencies burst into tears.
It isn't just tough children
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ton, .The ladies 'and -the congress congressmen
men congressmen bad gone back long ago-
Jeff Davis inoweo up. He gtirt
ed to gve the older to follow wtM
Union troops, but somebody point
ed out that Maj. R C. Hill who
claim. the Ynkees had fled had
been known as "Crazy Hill' in ht
old ariy Da"is thought bout it
and 'took back his order. .
Then it started to rein, it rained
all day and nobody could do much
of anything. Finally;; everybody
went home. '-;S5.Tw
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The whole battle took about four
days Later on Johnston got mad
at Dans. Davi go mad it John Johnston,
ston, Johnston, 3eauregard got mad at
everybody, and a fellow named
Robert E. Lee eventually' took
who respond when we show ap appreciation
preciation appreciation of their acceptance of
One day your Jimmy will be
o late getting home from a
riend's house that you'll forbid
lim to visit the friedd : for a
veek. On the fifth day wherf he
s demonstrated his acceptance
)f his misbehavior's consequences,
vou can make the lesson un unforgettable
forgettable unforgettable by quietly arranging
for the friend to come and visit
Or your Betty sneaking out of
'he house in her new white
shoes will get tar on them and
you'll say, I'Well,, that's how
you'll have to wear them- to
Sunday school now," After sev sev-ral
ral sev-ral Sundays, she, like Danny,
may burst into tears when' you
bring the shoes back from the
cobbler's cleaned and beautiful a a-gain.
gain. a-gain. We are not "softies" to show
appreciation of a child's accen-
tance of consequences. In prisons,
we reduce the sentences we
nave imposed on grown-up of.
fenders for "good behavior"- for
their acceptance of the consc consc-quences
quences consc-quences of their poor decisions.
The goal of disci"''"- t
suffering but the child's ability
to take the consequences oi ni
times, todav'i woman: is even
ne wants ner ciomes, jnaaef
to create a picture of feminine
is wearing; exouina iriucBccn
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DEBUTANTES Five lovely American lasses were among the debutantes presented to Isthmian society at the ball of LaDamas Gua Gua-dalupanu
dalupanu Gua-dalupanu Friday eUning at the Union Club in Panama City. Pictured from left are Miss Judith Kathleen Flenniken, Miss Marjone
Smith, Misr Gabriel Fredericks, Miss Mary Eleanor Hicks and Miss Eleanor Stancook.
US Fashion Film For Moscow Show Criticized
For Depicting Negro-White Wedding, Parties
NEW YORK (UPI) MA MA-merican
merican MA-merican fashion show which will
be staged in Moscow has been
revised because of protests from
fashion editors, "It was learned
today. ""' ;
One of the scenes that came
under fire showed white and Ne Negro
gro Negro models together in a wedding
Forty-one editors submitted a
petition saying the show, which
will open at the American Na National
tional National exhibit in Moscow July 25,
was "npt, representative of the
American way" of life."
Of the 47 male and female mod models
els models in the show, three are Ne Negroes.
groes. Negroes. Although the petition made
no reference to facial Jssueii pne.
fashion editor said objections
werred;;!PSt3 s '"
which Negroes and Whiter "danc "danced.
ed. "danced. and attended parties togeth together,
er, together, a rock-n-roll acene, and cerr
tain aspects of costuming."
Two scenes involving ths Ne Negro
gro Negro models were cited: a wed wedding
ding wedding with? "t white bride .anjl
bridegroom and Negro a t t e n d d-ants;
ants; d-ants; and a barbecue t a Pn Pn-vate
vate Pn-vate home at which some guest
In the revised show, which
runs 30 minutes, there is on'.v
one wedding scene, with all-white
participants, said Shirley Gpod:
man, secretary of the Fashion In Institute
stitute Institute of Technology and execu executive
tive executive director of the Educational
Foundation of the apparel industry.-"Mis
Goodman is .liaison di director
rector director for the show.
The barbecue was changed to
a picnic "such as a company
would give for its employes."
Miss Goodman said it is "inte "integrated."
grated." "integrated." "But we didn't know about the
petition until yesterday, and we
stayed up until 2 a.m. Monday
making the changes," she added.
Leonard Hankin, executive di director
rector director of the Fashion Industries
Presentation Committee, was not
available for comment, but Miss
Goidman; aid, h had written to
each tnarhe m the petition, ask asking
ing asking foe specif ie suggestions.
Earlier, Hankin said that revi revisions
sions revisions were being made on the
basis of the committee's own eva evaluation
luation evaluation of the show and in the
light of criticism which the com committee
mittee committee had invited and received
from the fashion press.
The nptifi was signed by a
"representative" 41 women ou
of about 250 editors who saw te
show reviewed lis' S"nday, as
pur' "f hp New vorV foqt'nre
group's fashion oress week.
Graydon Heartsill, fashion edi-
t iXjour IfQetirewenl
tor of the Dallas Times Herald
and ine oi "several" editors wio
circulated the petition, said the
maior oolection was that the
show presented a "false social
scene, not that "white attend attendants
ants attendants were used at a Negro wed
ding or ihai Negroes danced with
whites in square dance scenes."
She said the women objected
"because the show didn't go be beyond
yond beyond New York in its conception
of American life. It showed us as
a frivolous nation. .at play most
of the time. It did not show that
we work damned hard for our
luxuries. It did not put enough
stress on what woman at work"
wear, and after all, statistically
one out of three of us women
work." ..... . .. i,a ;
Mrs. Max Blackman of the;
Houstin Chronicle said "the
ghow didn't feature anything in
the way of career girl fashions.
Yet theworking girl is the
nation's best-dressed woman."
Another editor, from a north northeastern
eastern northeastern industrial city, who de declined
clined declined use of her name, objected
tr "black leather jackets" in the
Otbpr editors cited 1 "too much
jitterbugging and hot dogs," and
calle-' the show imrealis :c. Eva Eva-lyn
lyn Eva-lyn Hannay, fashion and besuty
editor if thp San t ranciscattfiro ranciscattfiro-nicle,
nicle, ranciscattfiro-nicle, said the "golden mean" of
woman's spending on a dress is
$25. The 160.000 Russian sable
coat, was "silly" and "carrying
coals to Newcastle..
By MAR1I DAERR
, If you are 65 or over, have
plenty of dollars in your pocket
and taste for luxury living, you
will be interested in an open
house tentatively scheduled for
mid-July or early August.
The event is first public show showing
ing showing of the Crewtview Club Apart Apartments
ments Apartments at Sylvania, Ohio, 10
miles from Toledo. This is a proj project
ect project whose first unit is costing $2. $2.-500,000
500,000 $2.-500,000 and which may grow into
a $3U,oou,uw proposition.
fee will be $175 a month. If a
person ihould die before he has
occupied an apartment nine
years,.: hlr, estate will be reim reimbursed
bursed reimbursed Ehrle Said he has had inquiries
about Crestvlew from 28 states.
Twenty-three inquiries came from
"Some of these people who
moved from the North to the
South when they retired now say
they miss their relatives, old
friends and the change of sea seasons,"
sons," seasons," Ehrle reported.
You may nave more intorma
Crestview is the realization of tion about this project by writ-
a dream of tne trustees oi ioia- mg Enrie at crestview uuo n n-do's
do's n-do's Flower Hospital. It is being partments, 3350 Collingwood, To To-financed
financed To-financed through the hospital and ledo.
local banki, with FHA help.
"Crestview is neither a hospi- My brother died, leaving
tal nor an old folks' home," said, as his beneficiary. Am I entitled
John W. Ehrle, Crestview'i as
Istaht director. "It offers hide
pendent living, freedom from re-
fn hi Social Security benefits?
He has paid into Social Security
since it went into effect. Miss L.
nonsibilities and a worry free.F. Y.
future with certainty of care in A-. If your brother dots no
case of illness. Uivt widow, and If you paid
I the funral exponiot, you aro
"We lwve 85 acres of ground entitled to th liimn-ium death
and eventually we hope to accom-j benefit of up to $255. Tho oxaet
modate 2,000 people. We expect amount depend on tho aver,
the first unit of 171 apartments S( monthly wage. To eolloct
to re reaoy ror occupancy Jan.
"Within a year and ahalf, we
hope to have ready a health cen-
About Appeal For
RALEIGH, N.C. (UPI) Attar
neys for a 36-year-old white ex
iM oontonrpH tn lifo imDrison
mnt for ranine an 11-year old
Mnorn oirl were undecided today
regarding a possible appeal to the
Ctofa Cnnromo f.nnrt
An all white, all-male jury
deliberated only 90 minutes
Thursday beforP finding Ralph
.Lee Betts of Apex guilty of raping
Mo,, Tic MfDnnoal The iurv
recommended mercy, sparing
The father of four showed no
emotion as they jury foreman reaa
tho verdict or as judge maicuim
C. Paul imposed tne manaa-
tnrw -lif centenne.
There wao nn disDlar of feellnf
by the spectators as the verdict
was read. Before tne jury re
turned Wake CotintV Sheriff Rob
rt Plnaoanls had warned "what
ever the verdict may be, the
court will be in order."
Attorneys for Betts filed notice
of an appeal "to protect our
rights" but there wa no indica indication
tion indication as to whether the appeal
would be perfected.
Betts. who was released from
prison last year after serving a
sentence for assaul'ing a young
white girl was accused of forcing
the McDougal girl into his car
June 22, driving to a wooded area
'and raping her at gunpoint. He
was captured after a high-speed
ALL ASSORTMENTS A SPECIAL FOR SKIN DIVERS
C. CASULLO Y CIA. LTDA.
Front St. No. 45
the benoflt, vou must report
the death within two yeert.
O wilt 'nnlllnff nut a erav hair
ter; a general hospital and other make 'all vour ether hair turn
hospital facilities for the conval-!gr8v?R, T.
eacent and chronically 111; a re- A No. Tho only rotult will
habitation center and a physic-i b, tht another amy heir will
flrow In that follicle.
at theranv unit."
How much will this cost
Crestview resident? CON"""T. nuneR HACK
"Ofetlme leases range from, PETROS, Tenn. (TTPI) Con Con-$9,250
$9,250 Con-$9,250 to $19,500," Ehrle ald. Ulp'-mltters vhn nirtlnetpd 'n a
"Six penthouses will cost $36,000!ai.j,ot,r retolt at rushv Mountaia
and $38,500. State- Prison wil' r-tnr tn the
'In addition, there will be -! mire tomorrow. Asst. Warden
coast-ol-iiving tee ot io a
month. This will include dining
Worn service, utilities, weekly
maid aerdce, linens, health
checkups, sickness care for any
extended period' and round-the-clnrit
For a penon who occupies a a-lone
lone a-lone an apartment for two, this
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them to explod if stepped on.
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HTTCHnfe 1 England (UPI
Justice of the Peace John Barker I
excused nimseit rrom me magii magii-trates
trates magii-trates bench here yesterday and
returned to the courtroom ai
defendant. His fellow magistrates
fined him $5,60 for a parking vt-
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Bob Shaw, Staley
l Backers Of Third Major League
fTo Meet With New Committee
By. NORMAN MILLER
' f EW "YORK (UPI) Founders
of tn proposea trnrd major league
; will sit down the first time with
the newly-formed Major League
Committee to discuss the varisd
problems involved in their project,
Baseball Commissioner Ford Friek
I William Shea, chairman of the
:NewvYork City Mayor's Baseball
; Committee, will head the ihird
''league delegation that will confer
. wilfi Frick, presidents Warren Gi-
:1m of the National I-paPnp anri .Tnp
'ronin of the American, and four:at the meeting
; ; major league club owners.
' Frick, who arranged the meet meet-'
' meet-' ing, said it will be held either in
.' Ntjw York of Boston, probably the
development of additional major
league clubs," Frick said.
ball meetings in Chicago, July 10,
are Tom VawKey u.....
iRed Sox, Arnold Johnson of lhe
i Kansas City Athletics, Lou Permi
jof the Milwaukee Braves and Bob
Carpenter of the Philadelphia Phil Phillies.
lies. Phillies. HAS HOPES FOR 1961
"The first meeting will, of course
be preliminary and will undoubt undoubtedly
edly undoubtedly be followed by other meetings
pointing eventually to a meeting
between a third league group and
the 16 major league club owners'
Th fniir rhih owners on i v "ca "'" SlUU "c ,,uu l" "J"1 "J"1-MlforfUague
MlforfUague "J"1-MlforfUague ComWmit.ee,0nwhichl? third major league in operation
"The Major League Committee
has been authorized to furnish
complete figures and information
as to major league operational
costs, player development and
problems, minor league settle
ments and such other matters as
the Shea group may request,"
the commissioner added.
Frick said he expected four or
five cities seeking franchises in
the third league to be represented
Willie Mays' Two-Run Hornet
Gives San Francisco 4-3 Win
NEW YORK, July 18 (UPI) Reliever Gerry Staley
needed only one pitch to preserve Bob Shaw's 2-1 victory
over the New York Yankees today and keep the "go-go"
Chicago White Sox moving toward their first American
League pennant since 1919.
was chosen by Frick at the baue-
' EXPLORATORY MEETING
: The commissioner stressed that
the meeting will be "entirely ex exploratory."
ploratory." exploratory." "Ideas will be exchanged and
there wiil be discussion of the de detailed
tailed detailed problems, requirements and
pfocedures in connection wih the
ITODAY ENCANTO -35-201
Tonv CiMtis in
"SOME LIKE IT HOT"
Gene Barry in
"Hong Kong Confidentil"
Shaw, credited with his ninth
victory against three losses. He
yielded only four hits until the
ninth mhen Yogi Berra singled
with one out after Norm Siebern
also singled, sending Berra to
third, White Sox manager Al Lo Lopez
pez Lopez lifted Shaw in favor of Staley.
The veteran sinker-bailer got
Hector Lopez to hit into a game game-ending
ending game-ending double play on his first
pitch, 'thus giving the White Sox
their seventh victory ir the last
Fiat the Aug. 18 meeting.
"THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES"
HOWLS ITS HORROR TALE IN
! I "I IX l'lkUIMMHUL ,mt .-
t jtel -afeasJ
bv the 1961 season. The cities
from which the eight franchises
ar eto be chosen are: New York,
Minneapolis-St. Paul, Dallas Fort
Worth, Montreal, Toronto, Buifaio,
Miami, Houslon, San Diego, Den Denver.
ver. Denver. Portland and Seattle.
Frick said he did not know, CHICAGO, July 18 (UPI) Jay
which of these cities, other th in I Hook, a bonus rookie from North North-t...
t... North-t... vi. k ronrniPntori western Universitv, scattered six
ivew mi, w.Mwu .v,v....- ...... .v, r;n;ni!
OlIS UUdy III puin me uiLiiiuaii
Reds to a 5-1 victory and stop the
Chicago Cubs' winning streak at
It was the first Major League
victory for the slender right-hander,
who was signed in 1957 by the
Reds and recalled this week from
Seattle. Hook lost two games pr
the Reds last year.
Cincinnati jumped on Johnny
Buzhardt for three runs in the
third inning when the young Cubs'
right-hander loaded the bases Dy
yielding two singles and a walk,
and then uncorked a wild pitch to
open the soring.
PHILADELPHIA, July 18 (UPI)
The Philadelphia Phillies chas chased
ed chased starter Danny McDevitt with
a five-run outburst in the fourth
inning, inctuding Ed Bouchee's
two-run homer, to defeat the Los
Angeles Dodgers 5-2, behind Don
McDevitt's seventh loss in 15
decisions left the Dodgers three
games behind Ran Francisco in
second place, but only three per percentage
centage percentage points ahead of the Mil
waukee Braves who play tonight.
Cardwell walked only three and
struck out three as he scored his
third victory against six losses.
The four Dodger hits included a
homer by Wally Moon in the first
inning, his sixth of the season.
cm-Diocese Entry Gets
Race Track Graded Entries
Pittsburgh, July 18 (UPI)-Wil-lie
Mays smashed his 18th home
run with one aboard in the eighth
inning today to help the San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Giants to a 4-3 win that
marked the third straieht defeat
for the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Jim Davenport singled off loser
Harvey Haddix to open the frame
and was forced by Felipe Alu.
Then Mays follomed with his shot
over the left field wall. Mays also
had a pair of doubles, his first in
the fourth inning leading to the
initia1 Giant run. Orlando Cepe-
Ha followed Mays to the plate and
his grounder went through Dick
Groat for a two-base error and
Mays scored the unearned tally.
The new Technicolor version of Sir Arthur
Conan Doyle's classic thriller "THE HOUND
OF THE BASKERVILLES", probably the
most nightmarish adventure of the intrepid
Sherlock Holmes, will be the new screen at attraction
traction attraction at the Bella Vista Theatre starting
Wednesday through United Artist release.
fe With the presentation of the Hammer
p .Films production, Peter Cushing's, Baker
g Street criminologist returns to the. screen
1 sifter twenty years of absence. Gushing Is,
S fact, the seventh actor of international
vafilrto play the famous Sherlock Holmes on
Sthe screen, his predecessors over the' past
'fifty -years Including John Barrymore, Cllve
:BrOoks, Basil Rathbone and Raymond Mas-
ey. Yet In this horror tale Mr. Holmes va-
cates the limelieht for the most horrendous
of all stars the Hounded himself.
Producer Michael Carreras placed the ca canine
nine canine actor who plays the savage, legendary
nocturnal beast under "top secre" wraps.
In the book the animal is described as a
"foul, fearsome thing, a irreat. black beast,
shaped like a hound yet unlike any hound
ever seen by mortal eyes". No press cameras
were allowed on the .vt, and even now
while the picture is in release, the-advertising
representation of the hound can only
hint at its unimaginable horror, the produc producer
er producer wishes- to add.
Terence Fisher directed this new Techni Technicolor
color Technicolor production with Peter dishing as Sher Sherlock
lock Sherlock Holmes and Andre Morell as the imper imper-turable.
turable. imper-turable. Doctor Watson. Others in the cast
include Maria Landi, Francis De Wolff, Da David
vid David Oxley and Christopher Lee as the doom doomed
ed doomed Sir lienry Baskerville.
WASHINGTON, Julv 18 (UPI)-
The Kansas City Athletics made
it two m a row with a 10-3 victory
over the Washington Senators to
day but each came out of the
eame poorer because of an inju injury
ry injury to a key player.
The Senators lost the services of
their slugging first-baseman, Roy
Sievers, while the A's temporari temporarily
ly temporarily will be without their star short shortstop,
stop, shortstop, Jerry Lumpe.
The two players, eolUded in the
fifth inning. Lumpe stepped on
Sievers' right heel, the wound
requiring three stitches. Lumpe,
in turn, suffered a sprained ankle
and had to be carried off the field.
Both players will be out for a few
- National League
L. Pet. GB
x-Night game not included.
Cincinnati at Chicago (2)
Los Angeles at Philadelphia (2)
Milwaukee at St. Louis
San Francisco at Pittsburgh (2)
Yesterday s Results
Los Angeles 100 010 0002 4
Filadelphia 000 500 OOx 5 5
is mama-and-papa to three marvelous,
mischief-making kids till lovely
I TODAY y
5 BKinderlng, wondering
V J1 "4, climbs aboard his houseboat gf
jj 1 jj t0
McDevitt. Klippstein (4), Wil
liams (5), Lahine (7) & Roseboro;
Cardwell (3-fi) and Lonnett. LP LP-McDevitt
McDevitt LP-McDevitt (8-7). HRS-Moon (6),
r'nrinnati 00 001 0105 8 0
Chicago 001 000 0001 6 0
H"'tk (1-0) and Bailey; Buz Buzhardt
hardt Buzhardt Henry (6-7), F.lston (8) and
S. Taylor. Buzhardt (4-5). HRS HRS-Altman
Altman HRS-Altman (4), Bell (13).
S. Francisco 000 110 0204 6 2
Pittsburgh 300 000 0003 8 2
Fisher, McCo mick (8) and He He-gan;
gan; He-gan; Haddix (6-7) and Kravitt.
Peterson (9). WP-Fisher (2-2).
HRS-Stuart (18), Bressoud (3),
L. Pet. GB
x-Twi-Night games not included.
Chicago at New York 2)
Cleveland at Boston (2)
Detroit at Baltimore
Kansas City at Washington (2)
1- King Size
000 200 0002 11
010 000 0001 6
Shaw, Staley (9) and Lollar;
Larsen, Maas (9) and Berra. WP WP-Shaw
Shaw WP-Shaw (9-3). LP- Lassen (6-5).
050 100 14010 12
100 010 010 3 6
at St. Louis (Night
Herbert (8-7) amLCnitti; Ramos
Woodeshick (6). ,-Rnmonosky (9)
and Maragon. I.r Ramos (10-9).
Herbert (1), Tuttle (5).
Detroit at Boston (T-N).
SERVICE CENTER THEATERS TODAY
B A L BOA 2:00 4:70 6:20
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Added: PATTERSON vs. JOHANNSON Fight Plrtur
Also Showtoj; SUNDAY and MONDAY
COCO SOLO 2:30 7:00
THESE THOllSAND HILLS"
Also showing Monday
DIABLO HTS. 2:30 7:00
GAR DJ5 N E R
Mon. "Apache Woman"
Mon. Once Upon
IMe k the Colonel
Tnes. House of
Tues. Life at
"V E R T I G O'
Santa Crui 7:00
Camp Blerd 7:00
The Luis H. Farrugia trained
entry of El Tuncbi and Diocese,
second and third behind Tatin
last Tuesday, today get a chance
to partially redeem themselves
wuen they go in the $650 mile
and one-eighth main event at the
President Remon racetrack.
The entrv will be oDDosed tsv
Sputnik. Yucatan. Vercnlaux.
Bright Spur, Dependable and Ba-! i-p0rro
cancito. Despite his poor short- j 2-Indian Call
ing on Tuesday when he wound 1 s.Baranoa
up a poor fifth, Yucatan is con- j 4-Sunfair
sidered the No. 1 contender of f 5-Donito
El Tunchi and Diocese. As usual,! 6-Resolana
Braulio Baeza will ride Yucantan. i 7prviElia
Ambitious Heliodoro (P a p i 1 0) I a.Pnin
Gustines will be aboard El Tun- j 9-(Mulchen
chi while Hernani Mora has thej i0-(Calancha
leg up on Diocese. ll-(Ramo
Speedy Dependable will have:
Gilberto Vasquez aboard while
Bright Spur, an impressive win winner
ner winner his previous time out, will
be under the handling of Home Home-ro
ro Home-ro Hidalgo. Bright Spur rates a
better than fair chance because
of his feathery 99-pound weight
Vergniaux and Sputnik, which
are more at home in sprints,
could also be dangerous because
of their lightweight assignments.
mado Credidio will guide Verg Vergniaux
niaux Vergniaux under 106 pounds while SPut SPut-nik,
nik, SPut-nik, 4th on Tuesday, gets in with
102 pounds and jockey Rolando
Cruz. No rider had been assign assigned
ed assigned for Bacancito at the time this
El Tunchi will tote 116 pounds
while Yucatan will carry 112
The secondary attraction will
be the tenth race for fifth series
imported racers. Newcomver Li Liberator
berator Liberator goes after his first local
victory against vastly improved
Posiblemente, Kadir, Coltro and
Bien, a highly rated Argentine
racer recently imported from
Peru, will be' making his first lo local
cal local start in this event. Jose faia-
vera will guide Bien while while
Baeza will be aboard Liberator
and Gustines has the leg up on
Nine other prospective thrillers
complete the program.
Yesterday track champion Qui Qui-dieo
dieo Qui-dieo had to go all out to outlast a
determined Siete y Medio by a
nose in a real thriller.
with starring jockey Braulio
Baeza performing to his best, Sie Siete
te Siete y Medio responded gamely
when called on entering the home homestretch
stretch homestretch and battled Ouidico stride
for stride, right down to the wire,
barely missing by a distended nos-
Siete y Medio's entrymate Pan
Tostado wound up third three
lengths behind and a half length
ahead of Alpina. Alcaraz finished
last after going with the leaders
to the- homestretch.
The feature was one of the few
races in which the track's leading
rider failed to win. Braulio won
six races, was second once, third
with Festival and out of the mo money
ney money with only Alanita. He wnn
with Singaluz, Domitila, Ciria, His
majesty, Puerto Madero and Skoll.
Quidico turned the seven fur furlongs
longs furlongs over a completely water
soaked sloppy track in 1:25 15
prstfy good time locally.
The Gipsv's $10.80 was the dav's
bct straight odds.
1 Singaluz $3.60, 2.60
2 Barracuda $3.40
1-Rey Belot $6.60,
2 Surumeno $5.20
First Double $12.60
1 Domitila $2.80, $2.20
2 Chito $2.80
- Jotkw If. CmimmK
Raca 9th SrU Imp. Fgs.Puria 1400.00
1st RACE OF THE DOUBLE
Pool Cfottt 1:00
J Wairit 109x -Rao weU'in last
D.- Madrid lOlx-rWould pay fat odds
G. Montero 105 Doesn't seem likely
J. Phillips 115 Could get up here v
H. Hidalgo 96x Early- speed only A
J. P. Diaz HOx Seems best of group
B. Saeza 115 -Will fight it out
H. Gustines 112 Hard to beat here
J. Cadogan 110 Refuses at start
F. Hidalgo, 115 Depends on tart
E. Dario 100 Poor recent race
2nd Race 8th Series Imet'Fss. Purse $400.00
ACE OF THE DOUBLE
Pool Clom 1:30
1- Miss Patiencej H .Mora 108 ; Quit badly in last
2- Black Jet H. Pitty U2x Rates next best
3-Iagon Jose Rodriguez 10ft Rider handicaps
H. Hidalgo 107x Must Imorove olentv
,H. Gustines 115 Seems sure thing v.
A. Credidio 110 Reportedly sharp :
3rd Race "E" Natives 5 Furlongs Purse $375.00
Pool Closes 2:00
Gustines 115 Should score here 3 5
' R. Cruz llOx Enjoying top form 3-1
J. Phillips 110 Could surprise 5-1
S. Carvajal 115 Reportedly ready 2-1
A. Gonzales 115 Always dangerous 7-2
F" Natives 6 Furlonys Purse 375.00
Pool Closes 2:30
2- Silver Sun
3- Call Girl.
5th Race 'F'
R. Cruz 102x Usually disappoints
C. Quiros 112x Last doesn't count
H. Hidalgo H5x Mutuels choice
V. Tejada llOx Ran well in last
G. Ramos lOlx Unpredictable
H. Pitty 112x -Would pay off
A. Lourless 109x Usually fractious
1- Dan Tin
2- Charlie Grants
3- Tremal Naik
5- Dr. Bill
Natives i Furlongs Purse '$375.00 Poet. Cloaei 100
J. Ulloa 114
B. Aguirre loi
B. Baeza 116
Better this time
Can do better
liast doesn't count
Vasquez 108 Not good enough
6th Race 7th
3- Dofia Flora
7- Julio Verne
8- Emily Mary
Series Imp. 5 Fgt. Purse $450.00
6th RACE OF THE DOUBLE
J. Waint 100X Must go lower
, S. Callender 110 Hopeless case
B. Aguirre 1C Can score here
R. Vasquez. 115 Form indicates
Jose Rodriguez 113 Nothing to indicate
B .Baeza 108 Jockey should help
u. Kamos joox couid surprise
H. Mora 108 Distance to liking
A. Lourless lOSx Not against these
B. Aguirre 113 Can score here
G. Vasquez 104 Seems impossible
Pool Closes 3:40.
7th Race 5th
Series Imp. 8 Fgs. Purse $450.00 Pool Closes 4:05
2nd. RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Ciria $3.60.' $2.40
2 Jaftalina $2.60
1 Falange $3.40. $2.40
2 Azabache sa.sn
1 His Majssty Sfi.60, $3.80
2 Melendez $4.20
Second Double: $13
1 Puerto Madero $2.60, $2.20
2 Otorongo $2.60
1 Skoll $5.20, $4.20
2 Maese $4.40
1 Ouidico $2.60, $2.20
2 Siete y Medio $2.20
lThe Gipsv $10.80, $7.20
2 Apache $4.80
2jCindertrack Black Jet
3- King Size Blanquita
4- Call Gril Pilluelo e)
5- Tremal Naik Dan Tin
6- Le Matelot (e) Tarasca
7- Hermelina Bongaros
8- Mtttfierro Dona Linda
9- t-iberator Bien
3- La Desiree
H. Gustines 110 Form indicates
H. Hidalgo lOlx Distance handicaps
R. Prestan lOlx ,'j-Could surprise
J. Ulloa 113 -Could eo 'all the wav
5- (Manandoagua A. Gonzales 103 Not in best form
6- (Michaux R. Vasquez m Ran well in last
8th Race 9th Series Imp.
6 Fgs. Purse
$400.0 Pool Closes 4:40
4- Smart Catch
5- Dona Linda
6- Mar Bravo
M. Guerrero 115 Ready for a coach
B. Baeza 113 -In fight to finish
H. Mori 110 Rates outside chance
H. Gustines 105 Ran well in last
H. Hidalgo 97x Poor start last time
J. Ulloa 110 Sharpened for this
9th Race 3rd, Series Imp.
9 Fqs. Purse
S650.00 Pool Closes 5:15
4- Bright Spur
7- ( Diocese
8- (El Tunchi
R. Cruz 102x Enjoying top form
B. Baeza 112 Distance will help
A. Credidio 106 Can score here
H. Hidalgo 99x Light weight helps
G. Vasquez 108 Distance handicaps
No Boy 102 Must go lower
H. Mora 108 Was never better
Gustines 116 Seems best here
10th Race 5th Series Imp. 8 Fgs. Purse $500.00 Pool Closes 5:40
1-Bien J. Talavera 115 -Highly rated newcomer
2oltro R. Cruz lOOx Good recent races
3- Liberator B. Baeza 110 Impressive in debut
4- Kadir A. Credidio 104 Distance to liking
5- Posiblenjente H. Gustines 108 In fight to finish
11th Race "Special" Imp.
4 Fgs. Purse
1- Tierral J. Ulloa 118 Form clearly indicates v
2- Stavro J. Talavera 115 Can wiri; milst improve"
3- Padrino R. Cruz lOOx Showed nothing in debut
4- E1 Venenoso R. Vasquez 113 Has strong finish
5- Altagracia H. Hidalgo 102x Good early speed
5-Fille H. Gustines 105 Impressive in debut
7- Reina Negra B. Baeza 108 Usually close up
8- Ranchipur G. Vasquez 104 Rail-bearing handicaps
9- Arancel G. Montero 115 Dangerous contender
Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT
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ICNDAT, JTI.T IS. 195$
JAYCEE CONTRIBUTION Paul Duranr president of Cafe Duran,
gives a check tor $50 to Jim Riley,, president of the tournament
committee of thelsthmian Junior Golf Championship which is sched scheduled
uled scheduled for Aug. 6. 7 and 8. At the right is Willard B. Beeson, who is
also a member of the tournament committee. The check so gen generously
erously generously tlonatett by 'the coffee concern will be used to help defray ex expenses
penses expenses of the trip of the four winners' who will play in the Jaycee
Tournament in the U.S.A. The air trip to Miami and back in a gift
of APA. The Duran name has been wellknown in golfing circles for
many years. On making his donation Duran remarked, "It is a fine
idea of the Panama Golf Association to have an annual junior tour tournament.
nament. tournament. It gives "young golfers a real incentive to pla,y this game
wnicn aevop spunsmausmy.
' 1 1 ; I
Nlw YORliPcly&'feat YORliPcly&'feat-ty
ty YORliPcly&'feat-ty the renowned animar trainer
wno fad a cage full of lions and
tigers with the aplomb of a so socialite
cialite socialite in a supermarket, once
was discussing the .matter o i
Everybody is afraid of some something,"
thing," something," an Interviewer laid.
"What are you afraid of?
"I quoth Beatty without hesi hesitation,
tation, hesitation, "am afraid of those lions
and tigers." ...
II wag a statement which, in a
manner of speaking, sums up the
current predicament pf e New
Yofk Yankees. ''
There was a time when carmv carmv-ora
ora carmv-ora jmcb as the Tigers, Detroit
variety; and' other' denies of?hft
American League jdngle, wtett
afraid of the Yankees. And, while
you can knock their current
pitching and hitting, the simple
answer is that no longer do they
beat the other clubs simply by
"The Yankees just don't scare
you any more," said Jimmy
Dykes of Detroit, a summation
which drew agreement from AI
Lopez of the White Sox.
This psychological edge, built
np by the famed Murderers' Row
and icept alive by subsequent edi editions,
tions, editions, for seeming, ages .has. been
one of the Y a n k e e s' greatest
weapons. But the league suddenly
has realized that the years slow slowly
ly slowly haveatrtpped rShe Yankees -of
that old, crushing power Now
the 'job has been made 'easier by
the fact that the Yankee .pitching
has become as shaky as a rookie
lion' tamer's' knees.
Analyzing the standings shows,
iurprisingly. that this season the
Yankees hold an edge on only two
clubs. Beating Washington in niue
ANGELES (NEA)- Tom
Hamilton gave up the athletic di
rectorship at Pittsburgh to Decome
commissioner of the new 'Athletic
Association of wester universi
The 1mdve'thasK,illthe' earmarks
of pullihsf ihe defunct P elfvtthey're certainly, doing a Clyde
Coast Conference baek together. f Beatty-ah4' covering it up in win win-After
After win-After -years of strike' centering 'fling fashion.
around the old commissioner, vi?
tor O. Schmidt, the league came
apart fhir summer.
The.AAWU was formed with
UCLA, Southern California,. Cali California
fornia California and Washington as- wheels.
Getting Hamilton as comaiisipner
'-jnptea many to, oeueve tnat it
was the atart of the talked about
Trana-Cefltineiltal Conference 'lii 'lii-volvlnf
volvlnf 'lii-volvlnf the Air Force, Army, Na Nary,
ry, Nary, Nfftre Dame and'P,ltt .
But even Hamilton concedes now
that It looks very much' like Stan
ford, Oregon Oregon State end
rora, uregon 'ureion otaie ena
Washington State will -be Invited
into the AAWU. year-old named Warrior Leopard
So .ltVMuat'anothef name for at Earl Boyles' Bo-Mar Fram on
the old PCO,s minus Schmidt and Winchester Road outside Lexlnf Lexlnf-Idabo,
Idabo, Lexlnf-Idabo, r 1 ton, right In the artist's backyard.
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outf '"M,heamei"' and coftarm-
their Kansas City cousins in eight
of 11 contests are the only two
factors w'lich have allowed the
erstwhile' Bronx Bombers to re retain
tain retain a shred of their reputation.
At the' end of five straight
losses to Boston, the Yankees
were 5-6 with both Cleveland and
Chicago; 7-8 with Baltimore, 4-8
witlh Boston and a mere 3-8 with
. '3-4 CLUBS WILL PAY"
"I tflink three or four clubs will
pay for this before the season is
over," manager Casey Stengel
opined on May 20 when the Yan
kees lost to Detroit and drouoed
.ijhu ine ceiiar ior ine nrsi ume
:.A il. 1 -ix '..- il. tl :
in 19 years.
The bill is long overdue. Be Because
cause Because that was almost two
months ago and yet, as of the
end of the Boston debacle, the
Yankees in that period had made
up only one game. On May 20
they were 8Vi games back. As of
Tuesday they were IVi off the
The big three Bob Turley, Don
Larsen and Whitey Ford has not
been effective. They won the first
three games of the season and
then the roof fell in. The Yanks
lost four in a row shortly there thereafter;
after; thereafter; then five in a row. Alter
this they dropped seven out of
eight in another skein but ap appeared
peared appeared back on the track by win winning
ning winning eight out of nine,
But the Boston massicre
showed that this well could be the
year the Yankees lose the pen pennant.
nant. pennant. Dropping five in a row, a
string of 20 pitchers gave up 50
runs. But it also must be taken
into consideration that the Yan Yankee
kee Yankee hitters compiled only 19 runs.
The lack of production figures to
be compounded because of the in injuries
juries injuries to Moose Skowron and
Mickey Mantle. The pitching,
however, is getting the brum of
"The Yankees may have trou trouble,
ble, trouble, finishing in the first division."
!says one writer who travels with
the club, "with the pitching they
1 have today
But there's more to it than that.
The psycholosical edee is cone.
Because if theHnthpr rhiha retain
anywvestifie-if i( the old fears
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missioned by a dictionary encyclopedia-firm
to do an illustration
o! an Appalooaa stallion, Allen F.
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By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEAlU When Bill
titvn tnnlr Mtrnmanll Of ulfl Ilea
Sox, the old National League ihor
slop said tney. were njuuu u
a last-plaee clul and that he in intended
tended intended to de weth'D u
Jurges had best nof be tpo sure
about that. Under the deposed
Mike Higgina, Beaton moat certain
. wiHui in nv other
direction. The one-year contract
riven Higgina maoe a
else year ior douki
8From what the Gilded Sox show
ed under Higgins, they could use
an entire new chid,
a i Afin which hat been
frightfully mismanged decided to
go wltn power, Bupuiwu
s ru nn,,n nf nlrt blokes
faUing apart, Ted Williams and
Vic Wertz. ,
Asked to pinpoint the Bosox
a li. ft..,. CtAneral of tha Y&I1-
kees said: "You didn't see any of
their pitchers on tne Au r .m
did you? And you are in an awful
i ...: ti tm in a small
park without good pitching. Fen-
302 feet t the right field Un. 315
at the left.
tk. Maixl ifth Jurses
has with the Red Sox is knowing
complacency out of the r heads.
Through the years, starting with
Williams writing his own ticket.
.. i iLAMn.iMhlu annll-
they nave Deen uiuiuugiiy r
ea Dy a kctciuuo un...., -kev
Thev have been over-bonusea
ivc. j , ..nHor.nn-
over-paia, pampcreu nu u..w r r-liced,
liced, r-liced, specially at night.
Even Joe McCarthy, the model
manager, couldn't straighten them
out He walked out after being
beaten in a play-off in 1948 and
on the final day of '49.,
u- tlirHio TAhnetl.
then catching for the Red Sox,
described nis icammai" -dult
delinquents and moronic mal malcontents."
contents." malcontents." This caused even more
tantrum tossing in the one bi hap
dv family, by this time under easy
gig Steve O'Neill, so Tebbote
was soia io w ,
... m.vw.i. fhA riorht lant
on the Red Sox, and would haye
, ...u.i An Htli thorn had
Known wnv w w --
he been made manager, as he was
7.. .i j AH nut in rur26
with ine nms, m f-"
of the front office, where ne is
now with the Braves.
h miiiinns Yawkey
f (V.o n.rl Say are badlv in
need of pitchers, catchers, mfiela mfiela-ers
ers mfiela-ers and outfielders, in other words
ro.tt n incf nnp nennant with
X lie tivh jwov i
Williams, that in a war year, and
now that he is finished and a nan nan-;n
;n nan-;n tha nntfielri there is no
replacement. Marty Keough now
can be consiaerea noinmg mu'c
tnan promising in. the outfield,
where Jackie Jensen is the .lone
FftoYtir MaWnnp had two fine sea
sons at third base, but he has
been off at bat and in the field
this trip, leaving the infield ,Uio
rnnohlv.' nnsatlsfnrtnrv. DoH DUd-
din has range at shortstop, bur is
erratic on bails nit straigni ai mm,
and is hardly adequate at bat.
Pete Runnels Is a splendid hitter,
but can t mane tne inrow across
the chest reauired of a 2nd base
man on a double play. Wetz who
is likely to go out with the next
quick step, leaves an alley for
ground balls hit to his left and
between hihi and the foul line. The
catchers can't hit a lick.
The Red Sox are the worst waste
of important money since the Is it
batch of dry oil wells-.
MAY WINS HURDLES
FRANKFURT Germany (UPI)
Willie May of the University
of Indiana captured the 110-meter
hurdles in 14.4 seconds during
Thursday night's international
track and field meet. Mel Schwarz
of the U. S. Marine Corps soared
14 feet, 5 inches to win the pole
CUBS OPTION DROTT
CHICAGO (UPI) The Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Cubs have ontioned pitcher
Dick Drott to Forf Worth of the
American Association Drott, 15 15-game
game 15-game winner for the Cubs two
years a?o, will be given a chance
to work his way back to top
form by pitching in regular rota rotation.
tion. rotation. STRANGE PILOTS RAINIERS
SEATTLE, Wash. (UPI) -Alan
Stranse, former American League
infielder, has been named to suc succeed
ceed succeed Freddie Hutchinson as man manager
ager manager of the Seattle Rainier of
the Pacific Coajjt League,. JStrange
was chosen interim manager
when Hutchinson became pilot of
the Cincinnati Reds July 8.
sensiti ve tkin j
I Jvefl Inventor of 71
. l A v li. micr
a m'jp-' l
Who Steam up Kid s
By TOM SILER
KNOXV1LLE, Tenn. (NEA) -A
cartoon showed a Little League
catcher prodding the amatl boy
who Wirt pitching. The catcher
"Listen, kid, you're in the- big
time now you're not just playing
catch with your old man!"
That was good for a chuckle.
And there was some meat to the
thing, too. Little League' Is getting
to be pretty serious stuff, especial especially
ly especially if you are a boy between tne
ages of eight and 12, or the par parent
ent parent of such a boy.
1 had heard of parents who
hang over a Little League fence
and yell at the opposing pitcher,
who, of course, is somebody else's
little boy. I had heard of fathers
who dangled cash prizes in front
of junior if ne gets a nit, or unices
nut neighbor John's son. I had
heard of fathers bawling out their
sons If they failed to distinguish
themselves in baseball.
All of these things are quite
disturbing. I wondered what apsy-
choloeist would say. I found out
by consulting Dr. Larry DeRiddcr,
a specialist in educational psycho
logy at the university oi Tennes
"Baseball is a fine game for
boys," he began, "but I'm afraid
'RaimA and 'round eoes he ma
jor league managerial carousel
to the varied tunes of both sa
tisfied and disenchanted fans .mow
and then a troubled pilot hops
off to let a few prancing horses
roll by. Soon he jumos into a new
location, alwaya hoping to grab
thebrass ring at the next turn.
The latest shift finds Freddy
Hutchinson replacing. May Smith
in Cincinnati. Mlyo wa ousted
last year by 'the Phillies and was
succeeded by Eddie Sawyer, who
had been out of baseball for some
time. Hutchinson, who had been
fired by Detroit, got the heave ho
again late last, season by ,the Car;
dinals,-whaitook on apprentice, hia;
The 1959 managerial turnover o o-pened
pened o-pened May 6, when Bill Norman of
the Tigers was ousted and Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Dykes quit his coaching job
with the Pirates to become Bill's
successor. -. 1;"
More recently Mike Higgins, in
his fifth year as manager of the
Red Sox, was replaced by Billy
Jurges, who had been assisting
Cookie Lavagetto of the Senators.
Now the finger is being put on
Al Lopez of the White Sox. Some
sports-page guessers are associat associating
ing associating him with the leadership of the
Self-scheduled for retirement
from the managership of the
Braves at the close of the base baseball
ball baseball year is Fred Haney,. who
says he is tired of the rails and
the planes, gloomy hotel rooms
and stomach-bruising road fare. He
wants to devote himself to the
vice presidency of a bank in su suburban
burban suburban Los Angeles.
When Haney quits It's a cinch
his job will be picked up with
oi delav by Birdie Tebbets, who
was invited to resign as boss of
the Reds laat summer. Tebbeti is
waiting in the Milwaukee bull bullpen,
pen, bullpen, putting in the interim as a
'Round and 'round goes the
carousel, and it's mostly the old
riders of the wooden nags that
bob up again.
IS LEO HEADED
FOR CHICAGO ?
In Pittsburgh last Monday, on
the eve of the All-Star game,
Leo uurocner saia ne nan na.i an
offer from an American Lea?ue
club the first bid which carried
with it acquiescence to his de demand
mand demand that he have a stock in interest
terest interest in his next managerial
Analysis of the AL picture led
to the belief Durocher had been
approached by Bill Veeck of JKe
White Sox, who is not entirely
happy with the quiet, if efficent
There were scoffers a plenty in
the All-Star press room. They in insisted
sisted insisted that Leonidas was usih
the Comiskey Park situation with
an eye to a new contract as a
baseball television barrator, J His
current pact, calling for "S00,000
a year, is 'aDbuJ- to expire.
However, association of Duroch Durocher
er Durocher with the leadership of the
White 'Sox develops conclusions
which add up, if you know both
Leo artd Veeck well.
Veeck does not doubt Lopez's
skill In getting the most out of
ballplayers and running a game.
But Bill holds that a manager
must have electric effects. He
must be obtrusive. He must
spawn rhubarb. He must start
fights, give headline' Interviews.
Veeck and Durocher were cast
In the same basebal' mold, and
I am inclined t" believe Happy
NEW YrH.tr CT.WA Tha f Tn.
hior Amateur. '.Golf : Tournament,
A . mm a. Ma m v r t.
Aug. o-B ai. atamora university,
has drawn the largest number of
entrie of any USGA competition
this year, with the exception of the
iauonai ypen s
League for Parents
the emphasis is too great on win
ning, for boys of that age.
' As for parents, l uoubt mat
it is healthy for them to be there
all the time looking over the ooys'
shoulder. I believe they'd be bet better
ter better off participating in an activity
themselves. Why not. a league for
parents? Then the children could
watch mama and papa play base baseball.
ball. baseball. "In a lareer way. though. Lit
tle League touches only a small
percentage of the children, wnat
of those who don't want to play
baseball What'of those who want
to but cannot play well enough to
make the squad?
"Little League may be all light
as far as it goes, -but many com communities
munities communities set up a Little League
program and beam with pride.
What of the thousands of little
boys and girls who have no
chance Little League?
"The program as it now is set
up could foster juvenile delinnuen
cy, rather than combat it. Children
rejected, or given no chance, are
likely to withdraw within them themselves.
selves. themselves. Repeated frustration of
this sort can lead to trouble."
Parents hardly can be objective
where their progeny are concerned
Mana and papa might give n bit
of thought, however, to what Lit-
Chandler's old pal will pick up
the reins of the Chicago boutn
Leo would make things a lot
more interesting in the AL. The
umpires, especially, would find
life much more dramatic, even
if more complicated. Nor would
Joe Cronin be neglected.
, ALSTON, RiONEY
Not included among the van-
agers who are growing little ul ulcers
cers ulcers and suffering from advanc
ed insomnia are Walter Alston of
the Dodgers and Bill Rigncy of
the Giants. Both haVA '- "flisftli-'
pointed" the sjibrts-pagefi.tftk.W
At the close of the 1958 sea
son, the quiet, self-effacing and
not too communicative Alston' was
pronounced thoroughly unsult-
ed to the climate in which he
had been working.
It was predicted the more de
monstrative Chuck Dressen, who
had been named Alstons aid,
would take over before the 1959
season had advanced very far.
It is conceivable Walter Fran
cis O'Malley would be happier
with his pilot If he were more
talkative and more com b a 1 1 v e.
But Walter is getting results,
summa cum laude.
Rigney, too, had been rated un un-suited
suited un-suited to the demands of a new
locale. But. like Alston, Bill has
achieved remarkable results
Give Rigney another Antonelli
and he is in.
The happy positions of Alston
and Rigney are not matched in
too many places. Now, more than
ever, is the manager expected to
lend himself to the cruelties of
the whipping boy. The unsuc unsuccessful
cessful unsuccessful pilot must take the rap
for the sins of the front office.
Your manager appreciates all
the calculated risks when he
takes the berth.
As Jack Tighe said when he
was ousted in Detroit last sum sum-mer,
mer, sum-mer, "Managers never die. They
inevitably get fired."
TODAY REX THiATRE
2:30 IN COLON 8:00
CHARITON VOl ANNt
HE5T0N BRYNNER- BAXTER
- IDWAtD G VONNl
ROBINSON DE CARLO
DURA PAGET, DM
tie League managers say about
them and the small fry players.
I put era to work, said one.
"Papas who come out to watch
a workout wind up in the outfield
shagging flies. Sometimes I let a
father warm up his son who is
going to pitcn. 1 send 'em on er errands
rands errands or ask them to drive around
and pick up boys who don't have
imnsporiauon. rou got to make
'em stay out of the way when
you're running the team."
Another manner taA h i-irl
observed that Darpnts lparnpH a-
4out discipline from managers.
i ve got some boys who are
spoiled at home," he explained.
"They do what I tell them be be-caust
caust be-caust they want to play. Parents
see what a little firmness can do.
and begin trying some of it at
Little League is dandy that
is. if mom and nnn stav in ih.
dows but maybe we ought to
turn our attention to those who
will never be a part of the pro program.
gram. program. FOR FIRST TIME
LORETTO. P ( NF. A 1 Nnfro
Dame, Ohio University, Kentuckv
Wesleyan. Wake Forest. Hanisii-R
and Carnegie Tech appear on the
uasKeiDaij seneauie ot Saint Fran Francis
cis Francis of Loretto for the first time
Flavor, MUCH FLAVOR, was in
DC20S2'S ;. i
:.. POPUtM SHOW.' -A
I Two great Panamanian combos gave a lot of flavor lo Marlbora's I
I Popular Show. Tiza's folklore group with 18 polleras and their?, j
1 partners and the music of the Aires Tablenog folk musicians and j
the "Armonico Los Inseparables" combo from Colon, which debut
ed that night J i i
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RAPIERS WIN 2 ALPINE CUPS Two coveted Coupes des Alpe's
were won recently by Sunbeam Rapier drivers in the 5.7oa-mii
international Alpine rally, Europe's
again a Kapier is tne nignest placed
wnose car placed third in the final
penalty-free drive over some of the
reads in Europe is hown with his co
turn down an Alpine read.
Read Our Classifieds
toughest car test; Andorice
British car. Paddy Hopkjri,
classification of a sfxlay
worst and highesfil
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9 A.M. te 10 f,M.
A Guns To Fire
"Anti-aircraft guns on Flamenco
island will fire over Panama Bay
bn Tuesday inine hi"h exolosive
shells as oart of th- regular
jfrining of I'.S. Army Caribbean
f"erson who mav bp ou' on the
nr flvin" in tVp vicinity of
Flamenco Isianr) qre "rnerl 'Int
the finn" wi'l pvpnri a mvi-
jpjnm horizontal ranee of 16.6
'irrle from 141 rlecress between
'ri"jht-soutbeast and onth'as) to
?1 degrees 'almos' Hues east)
rom the l'anrl. Th- maximum
Jkjude ewill hP fin.son feet.
t 'ring N srheriuled bptween 8
"id S n m.
ti '"Vouehoiit 'hp week thre will
ffe '"e'eont rtiv'ty in he Rio
Ha'o trainme area on ?4hnir ?4hnir-Irav
Irav ?4hnir-Irav basis. tTnit of the 1st Bat Bat-ftle
ftle Bat-ftle Hroup, Wh Infan.rv are to
nndereo tirtical 'rainine and Ar Ar-rlnv
rlnv Ar-rlnv rlnin? tests usin" riflps.
ffirbines. mortars, recoiilpss. rifles
liif' rorV"' 'aunfhors. Thp mavi mavi-fMm
fMm mavi-fMm altitufl" will hp S71 fpet
JIB'' the horizontal ran-.v "'ill be
IIRI CUTS STORAGE DEPOT
JS STUTTGART. Germany (UPI)
A fire gutted the upper floors
'M I US. Armv storage He jot
there today, killing a German
tnploye. Officials said equipment
jorth more than :o,000 was de de-!troyed
!troyed de-!troyed by the blaze.
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FOR RENT: Modern two bed bedroom
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kitchen, bathroom and closet.
Apply Janitor Tl-132, 4th July
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niAcvmr-VrtV Jul 1R (UPI
American netysmen accompanying
Vice President Richard M. Nixon
to Russia apparently will be al allowed
lowed allowed to cover the trip "without
This wag the interpretation-Nix an
late yesterday put on assurances
irom uie sovici 8vcii"" r-
the newsmen would be abl to file
stories freely and without delay.
nirf in a statement that
.11AVII ... w.
the Soviet foreign office iad ad
vised the U. i. government "'
the rules applicable to American
newsmen will be "Just as in the
During the recent Moscow visit
by British Prime Minister Hircld
tions were dropperl for memoer
of the press accredited to his par party.
ty. party. Nixon said the word from Mos Mos-,.,
,., Mos-,., ...at that newsmen with him
tuw rvao miu.
would be' "allowed to file their
stories from hotel rooms in ivios;
cow and from other cities free freely
ly freely and without delay."
Nixon was reported to be plan plan-ningto
ningto plan-ningto flv from Friendship airport
near Baltimore, Md., to Moscow
next Wednesday. A separate jet
plane was to fly the 56 newsmen
who have applied to accompany
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(UPI) Police Chief Joseph Mc Mc-Devitt
Devitt Mc-Devitt tpday urged an investi investigation
gation investigation of a new teen age fad
here drinking patent medicines
"for. kicks." McDevitt said local
druggists had told him that teen teenagers
agers teenagers have been buying large
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FOR SALE: 1957 Ford, 9 pa pa-tenger,
tenger, pa-tenger, station wagon, 15,000
miles. Balboa 2-1569.
FOR SALE: 1956 Cadillac two
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FOR SALE: Ford V-8, 1948
model, good running condition,
can give time payments, $190.
Can be seen at Tl-132, 4th July
Ave. or phone Hopkins, Balboa
FOR SALE: 1953 Ponriae 2
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w. w. tubelets tires, radfio, vary,
good condition, $500. Call Navy
3082 or 2607-A Cocoli.
FOR SALE: 1950 Pontiac, two
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Call 2-3444. duty paid.
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford, two
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will trade for 4 door later model
car with auto trans. Call 2-3444.
FOR SALE: 1949 Pontiac 6,
sedan. Can be seen quarter
54?-A, Curundu Heights, call
83-3209 up to 6 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1951 4-door black
Mercury. In good mechanical
condition. Five new tires, tail pipe,
muffler and battery. Leaving
Isthmus $350.00. Phona 2384.
FOR SALE: 1955 Pontiac Star Star-chief
chief Star-chief Catalina coupe, radio, heat heater,
er, heater, etc. $1150.00. 5965 D, Dia Diablo,
blo, Diablo, phone 2-2902.
FOR SALE: Dodge Royal 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan reduced price $890.
Phone 5-320 Gatun 234-A.
FOR SALE: 1957' Chevrolet
cylinder 4-door sedan, like new,
16,000 miles, one owner. House
8418, Margarita or phone Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-2346 er 3-2430..
WANTED TO BUY: Chevrolet
1956 er 1957, 4 doors, 6 cylin cylinder.
der. cylinder. Standard Shift. Phone Office
82-5190. Home 82-7243.
FOR SALE: Ceiling Fan, RfrM
Hunter 3-Speed, $75.00, Balboa
LOST: Black and white dog,
small. JoRf hairjemale., rewareU
Dims West's Hopes
Of Berlin Truce
GENEVA, July 18 (UPI)-Pros-pects
of an early Berlin truce and
a Summit conference in Septem September
ber September faded today under a cloud of
growing Russian toughness in the
ioreign ministers conference.
The Western foreign ministers
had another strp'esy session at the
headquarters of the French dele delegation
gation delegation but the atmosphere was
Soviet foreign minister Andrei
Gromvko told th Western minist
ers at linh vr-ste-'iav there cnuld
ne no Berlin truce without first
mak'ng East and West Germany
equal partners on the matter of
working out German reunification.
"What the Russians In effect de de-mand
mand de-mand is that Wt should agree to
surrender all of Germany in the
Berlin f PeaC in
Defend w 8 hly-COm-
noTbe Wh 8Sked
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
GREAT WHITE FLEET
New Orleans Service Sails Arrivs
JAQLE juiv 17 juiv t5
MORAZAN Julv 21 July 29
ULUA An. 1 Aug. 8
YAQUE Aug. g Aug. 15
MORAZAN Aur. 15 Aug. 22
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
New York Service 8 a II Arrlv
PARISMINA July n JuJy 27
.9lAGUA Jul 24 A"- 2
.i,10.?,. Au AH- 9
METAPAN Aug. 18 Aug. 23
Also Handling Refrigerated- and Chilled Cargo
CRI8TOBALW.C.C.A. FEEDER SERVICE
TEX IT A .EWy (15) Days
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
SPECIAL EXCURSION FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New York and Return $275.00
To San Francisco andor Seattle and Return .1400.00
FOR SALE : Freeser, ice bojr,
scale, meat el leer, cash register,
cupboards. Phone 3-4551.
FOR SALE: Living room furni furniture,
ture, furniture, Silvertene television 24'
screen, Dument 4 speed, 1 5 watt
amplifier, bargain price. Phone
Panama 3-0179, 21 Street Cen Central
tral Central No. 5-07, Apt. 5, Panama.
FOR SALE:--Aged natural ma manure
nure manure at give-away prices by the
truekloadf. Call 2-2641.
FOR SALE: 200 shares Chlriea Chlriea-na
na Chlriea-na de Locke, (Chlriqvl Milk
Corp.) Call Balboa 1285.
FOR SALE: Relaxaciier, like
new, $100:00. Panama 3-3 1 20.
FOR SALE: 12 en. ft. Prlgl Prlgl-daire,
daire, Prlgl-daire, 2-door, cross top freeser
iVi h.p. "Saabea" outboard
Chita trike, large site, apply
301 -A, Coco Sole.
FOR SALE: Air conditioners,
2 1 h.p. Westinghouse 220v,
$190 00 each, one h.p. Emer Emerson
son Emerson 110 volt, $150.00, all 9
months old. Call 2-3444.
FOR SALE: 1 ping pong table,
1 new oscillating fan, 16 inches,
call after 3:00 en Saturday all
day en Sunday, phone Balboa
Special seme reduced te $7.50)
en "Back te School'' and ether
peymenths until Sept. "YOU
CAN BE SURE" when your work
is done in Gonad's long establish established
ed established Cocoli Beauty Shop. Experienc Experienced
ed Experienced Stateside operators. Navy
Boats Cr Motors
FOR SALE: 16 foot fiberglas fiberglas-sed
sed fiberglas-sed Lapstraka, 50 h.p. Evinrude,
trailer, equipment, new condition.
5965-D, near Diablo Beat Rsmp.
Flying Catholic Nun
To Test Jet Vings
As AF Co-Pilof
GREEN BAY. TWs. (UPI) A
65-year-old Roman Catholic nun
said, today she'll. break tH
sound barrier in, a TJ.SAlr Forcp
jet, flying as ed-pilot.
Sister Aquinas, science educa education
tion education supervisor for the Green Bay
Archdiocese, said she is slated to
co pilot a jet sometime next
month at Hamilton Field near
She leaves for tht "west coast
today by plane, naturally. After
conducting a two week science
workshop at the University of
San Francisco she will receive Jet
briefing at Hamilton before tak taking
ing taking off in one of the jets there.
She has logged 168 hours of flv flv-ing
ing flv-ing time and is licensed to fly
single-engine craft. She has flown
helicopters and a T33 Jet trainer.
"I'm fi5." she said, "but I'm
keening voung by keeping ahead
of the children by work. That's
how to keep young, you know, by
Sister Aquinas said American
education needs to take, some jet jet-speed
speed jet-speed steps too.
"There's too much conservatism
in education," shP said. "Educa "Educators
tors "Educators are not alert enough to adapt
curricula to the newer trends and
needs of our country."
"If I stopped learning for two
weeks I would be six weeks be behind.
hind. behind. That's how fast progress is.
There never comes a time when a
teacher ceases to be a student."
FOR SALE: Westinghouse
Laundromat end dryer. Excellent
condition, phone Navy 2294 e
FOR SALE: Practically new Rat Rat-tan
tan Rat-tan reclining chair with Ottoman
Foam Rubber Cushions. Call 25 25-3109
3109 25-3109 after 5 00 p.m.
FOR SALE i Nerga washer and
dryer twins. $150.00. Phone Al Alfa
fa Alfa rook 5131.
FOR SALE i Easy washer, $85;
Singer tewing machine, $70;
chest of drawers, $35; vanity
dresser, $40; night table, $5;
Trans-Oceanic radio, $55; RCA
21" ce-ntele TV, $190; esse
FOR SALE: 8 strand sectional
bamboo, nest table, corner and
coffee table, drop leaf table, ogg ogg-ashell
ashell ogg-ashell all wool nig from Peru,
9x1 1 'j. Curundu 5123.
FOR SALE: (HOUSEHOLD
GOODS) Leaving for States.
Applieances: Freeser, washer,
dryer, piano, gas range, solid
maple bedroom aet. Dodge, 1956
Cemette Lancer, 25,000 miles,
duty paid. Phone 3-1813, behind
French Embassy, Ls Crests.
FOR SALE: New four piece Hy Hying
ing Hying room set in upholstery, paid
$450.00, selling $200.00, 2 2-4338,
4338, 2-4338, 460 Ancon Boulevard.
FOR SALE: Table, fomica fop,
60" with 6 matching chairs,
$65.00, two chairs and matching,
2 piece sectional eofa-foam
cushions $175. 1 metal desk
students $15.00. Call 2-3444.
FOR SALE: Modern dretsing
table with mirror and bench.
$20.00. Panama 3-6901.
LEAVING Isrhmut for sale din dining
ing dining room set, white wrought iron.
Water heather furniture. House Household.
hold. Household. Call 3-6427.
FOR RENT : Furnished room in
family house with closet, inde independent
pendent independent tervice, hot water and
bed lining. Wanted responsible
person. Jose Gabriel Duque, Ave,
No. 32, U Casta.
I DRAWER "A" DIABLO
1 BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 1709.
I IT tfllLJ f-.. I 1
41 AIIICU, JCICfdl f
Injured Af Seoul
By Typhoon Billie
SEOUL, Korea (UPI)-At least
47 persons were reported killed
and "several hundred" injured
vFstprHav when a sudden rain
storm accompanying Typhoon Bil
lie sent thousands of panic-stricK-en
persons stampeding out of a
crowded stadium in Pusan.
At least a dozen children were
among the dead, reports from the
southern port city said. The vic victims
tims victims were crushed, smothered
and trampled to death in the wild
confusion and panic.
Dispatches sent from Pusan by
Orient Press said thousands of
spectators rose almost i na body
and began pushing and clawing
their way out of the stadium
through a narrow gate wha nthe
Police telephone lines to Pusan
were knocked out of service by
winHt and rains from tvohoon Bil
lie, which roared up from For
mosa and Japan eari yjriaay ana
fonnvri nut. violently over the Yel
low See and the Asian mainland.
An estimated 50,000 persons
were reported to have been in the
Pusan stadium to watch a special
"fr fitiinns" show snonsored by
the nemspaper Kikje Shinbo when
tne storm nit, at aoout :ju p.m.
Fliuht from the storm SWlftlV
turned into panic and many died
and were injured in me rranuc.
screaming struggle that developed
at the narrow entrance gate to
the stadium. Orient Press said.
.Tint as Tvohoon Billie hit the
Korean peniesula and the Com
munist Chinese mainland. Nation Nationalist
alist Nationalist Chinese and Americans on
Formosa began to dig out from
under a blanket of mud and de
bris left ny Taipei's worst uasn
floods In seven years.
So You Think
Yon Cot Trouble
OLIVIA, Minn. (UPI) Despite
mounting troubles among their
children, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ge Ge-selle
selle Ge-selle think things could be) worse.
In this order:
Janie. 3. was hospitalized
when she swallowed a play eoin
the size of a quarter.
Chuckle, 11, went to the hos hospital
pital hospital after he stepped on a rusty
-Dick, IS, wiU go to th lwpl lwpl-tal
tal lwpl-tal for an operation to correct a
Karen, 15, plans to sea a spe specialist
cialist specialist for a knee injury.
But the .parents said things
aren't as bad as they could be.
Their seven other children are in
FOft SALI Lett 500 ane 1.000
met are, fra the Nueve Hired re me
Urkanlietiee- acreet'rhe Remea
Racetrack. AO left with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. CaB W. McBaraett.
FOR SALI: Beautiful residence.
4 fcedfroom. livinfreem, dininc dininc-reem,
reem, dininc-reem, library, recreation room,
larfle kitchen, Dantry, maid's
room with service, hat water, ter terrace,
race, terrace, tardea, (erase, land 1,800
m. 9th. Street Ne. 28, Saa
FOR SALf:!3 hectares ef farm
land (5 miles from Panami City
1 mile river en side. Las Suias,
Panama, $3,500 cash. Bex 2815
Cristobal, C.Z., Lewis Davis.
FOR R INT: Small farm ene
acre. House living-dinigroom, two
baths. Transisthmian Highway,
Mile 8. $75.00. Inquire Dora
Benedetto Phone 2-1078, Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. FOR SALI: Completely furnish furnished
ed furnished Spanish detigned concrete
home and guest house en bluff
overlooking Santa Clara Beach.
Landscaped property extends te
shore line. Beautiful ocean view,
complete water system, fruit and
shade treat, small golf course.
Inceme property, ideal for retire retirement
ment retirement er investment. Inspection
Invited. Owner joining California
family. Genoll Bliss, Navy 8812.
WANTED : Bilingual secretaries
with shorthand, salary dependa
en ability. Wanted 2 secretaries
for temporary work. Servieiot y
Colecaciones. Cimara de Comer Comer-eie,
eie, Comer-eie, building Ne. 9.
WANTED. Three or four bed bedroom
room bedroom chalet preferably in Belle
Vista, Exposition, Campe Alegre
er Cangreje. Call 1-1197 er 3 3-0420.
0420. 3-0420. Car Rentals
Be two-car family anytime!
Rent a new Hertxcar from Fiesta
Car Rentals Moderate rates
include all expenses and insur insurance.
ance. insurance. Tel. 3-456B Lobby El
LEARN TO DRIVE DUAL CON CON-TROL
TROL CON-TROL CAR $3.00 per hour. Tel.
Land Of Dan McGrew
VICTORIA, B.C., July 18 (UPI)
Queen Elizabeth heads north
for the Yuron and Northwest ter
ritories today on a "Voyage of
discovery" into the land of "Dan "Dan-serous
serous "Dan-serous Dan McGrew" and "The
Lady That's Known a Lou."
The Queen planned a 40-minute
stop at Terrace, B. C, en route
to the Yukon and a further stop
over at the Yukon area of Mayo
Dawson City is the fabled home
of Dangerous Dan McGrew" and
"The Lady That's Known as Lou,"
as described in the verses of the
late Robert Service, the Yukon
gold rush poet.
Th mo was to mark the first
time a reigning British monarch
ventured into the far North, an
area with only a few thousand in
habitants and where Mi,, tempera temperature,
ture, temperature, contrary to what manv neo-
ple think, is usually higher than 7.1
degress at this time of year.
FUMES OVERCOMI WORKERS
CANTON fti rTTPnAml
fumes snewed tVnm a hrnlrn r.
frigeration pipe at a poultry pro
cessing plant yesterday, overrom overrom-inff
inff overrom-inff 18 workers, most nt thm
women. The fumes also contami contaminated
nated contaminated waste dispossl .which In
turn killed hundreds of fish in s
small stream near rhe plant.
Three of the women overcome
had to be revived by oxygen.
cargo service fflom new york and u.s.
atlantic ports and u.s. pacific ports to
the Republic of Panama and canal zone,
passenger service to new york and west
coast south america ports.
PANAMA AGENCIES, CO.
In Your Poclcetbdoic
Are you sura voul kave chosen
the best type of personal loan?
If you have not already asked
yourself this question you probab probably
ly probably will. If you plan to borrow in
coming months you may be amaz amazed
ed amazed to discover how many new
personal credit plans batiks have
In many of our larger cities you
may soon find there are some half
dozen plans to choose from. Exe
cutives of the American Bankers
Association tell me they can barer
ly keep count of the inquiries they
receive daily from bankers around
the country about these plans and
of the announcements the receive
of plans in force.
"Why all these new personal
loan devices?" I (queried. I
wanted to know whether banks
are making It easier or cheaper
for you and me te borrow. Here's
what I was told:
The new loan device am an ox-
tension of bank services.
It is not any easier to get a
personal loan than formerly. The
three Cn nt credit ctiil r.
cised by bankers with vigilance.
in case you've torgotten they are:
character, capacity to repay your
loan and competence.
Nor have personal bank loans
become cheaper. In fact, some of
the new loan r)pvi-o. mnlro it
more expensive for you to bor borrow.
row. borrow. But the new methods nrnvida a
great deal more in the way of con convenience
venience convenience and this is their great
selline noint. One visit tn a hanlr
sometimes just a credit applica application
tion application by mail and, if your record
of repayment, and employment is
good, you can be assured years of
open credit of the sort formerly
exieaaea oniy to Business.
Mr. K Visiting Sile
Of 1956 Riots
By Polish Workers
POZNAN. Poland .Tiiiv 1(L mvr
Soviet Premier Nikita Khrush Khrush-chev
chev Khrush-chev arrived sbr "tfajta today $&at
this IndustTitwMbtwit the
scene of serious workers riots in
The vlsitint? 'RnmtTan teorle'r
was accompanied by Polish Com
munist Farty Chief Wlad i s 1 a w
Gomulka, the official Soviet news
agency Tass reported.
The dignitaries planned to tour
the Gegielski locomotive factory
mhere thp Poznan riots: acfnnllv
got started on June- 195BI Later it
was announced that the visit had
The uprising forced the Polish
Eoverment to adoDt a mnn mo-
derate line and had major reper repercussions
cussions repercussions through out the Com Communist
munist Communist satellites.
It was thp fifth dav of Khmshr.
chev's Polish visit. He arrived
from the Baltic ipannrt nf Hmrnin
where he pledged yesterday that
Russia would continue its efforts
to end Western occupation rights
A book of raffle tickets, including num numbers
bers numbers 7740 through 774?, for the grand
raffle sponsored by the Asociation de Fa Fade,
de, Fade, de Familia del Colegio Javier, has been
Therefore, all tickets
Many of the new credit pfent
ean be used by yew when you
re travoling er during nonbemk- :
ing hours. They save you the in. I
convenience- of downtown park-1
ing. They make it possible for I
you to operate your, financial
program on an annua Ibatis,
What are som nf rha
In srowins? no W kv-
dit plan. Here you and your bank-
a ueciae now mucn you can re re-nav
nav re-nav montlilv TWumtinit .ka.m.
itte bank extends a line of credit.
men lurmsnes you with a check
book. If for Instance -von ean re.
pay $20 monthly, a bank ustully
will ; allow you C4uo credit. s3
you'vo a $100 dentist bill te pay.
Yon eaa pay your dentist $100 bi
checKind repay the' bank in
monthly MstaDments ot $20 duo a a-ny
ny a-ny day f the month that f you
cnoosev Aj long; as your paymentg
ar constant, you can keep borrow borrowing
ing borrowing un to vrair eiIA limit
time-you make a paymentit j
added to the amount against which
you can borrow.- i
Another popular pirn h the
icharge account rjeviee. When
your credit has been checked the)
bank issues you a charge-a-piate
much like the ones used by de
partment stores This charge s.
pJafe is good at stores that have
agreed to honor It. In effect,
these sterea mail you bills totfie
bank and you pay all of these
with a single check.
The chare for fh
, V" DVl IU
the merchant usimllv mm k t a
per cent discount of total sales
ana h you default in payment with
in a stipulated period, which mayi
run from 30 to 90 days depending
upon variations in th nian mnii
w 1 o P cent per month,
There are agreat many variaJ
tions to both theoo nliM ,.j
, ; ruB "uu jrou
shoukd inquire into them so fiat
yuu win snow exact charges, tht
amounts Of time allnunvl 4.r n
. .... A UJl t
payment and such. Irrespective:
. me conyemenoe of the)
new nlan if what u
- ..., ;n il Ilia
is a substantial loan, eay lor
new car, the old-type discounted
tisouai loan, pro&aWy wifl Drovt
lAO B iswmAM mm m
2( OAS Nations
To Hold Meeting
In Santiago, Chile
WASHINGTON, My it "(UPIjJ
The foreign ministers of the 21 -A
merican nations will meet in San Santiago,
tiago, Santiago, Chile, next month on tho
troubled situation in the Carib Caribbean.
bean. Caribbean. The Organization of American
States (OAS) unanimously approv approved
ed approved the site yesterday after Msxi Msxi-co
co Msxi-co withdrew its objections of San Santiago.
tiago. Santiago. The Mexicans wanted tho
meeting to be held in Washington.
The OAS will fix an exact date
July 24 after the 21 governments governments-decide
decide governments-decide if August 12, the tentative
date, is acceptaDle for the confer confer-ence.
The foreign ministers meeting
grew out of charges by the Domi Dominican
nican Dominican Republic that Cuba and Ve.
nezuela committed aggressions a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst it.
in this series arc
PANAMA 3-0784 3-7MJ
fKE, EUOTAT AMTKICA5
Yhite Summer, Jewelry
tends Icy. Freshness
For That Afternoon Snack,
Try Rock Lobster Chowder
EtKPAT. JT1T H, l95i;
ilia :3iif 'illii'A
i Miijuhimii i)iiniim iraf i i i
Icy whit summer jewelry makes any girl look and feel
cooler. This rirl wears' necklace composed of eight strands
of feather-weight chalk white beads iced with crystal-clear
rondelles. This Laruna design has matching bracelet and
earrings By GAILE DUGAS, NEA Women's Editor.
By MARGIE ROTH ROCK
If he young; and pretty and a bride of not too many
month,' a crujle up the coast of South America in a luxu.
rious yacht seems quit appropos. But the pieces usually
fit together only in romantic fiction.
It Is a real-life story for Dianne Ceddes Barnes. She
and her husband, Navy, Lt. Phil Barnes, spent most of May
on a combination delayed honeymoon and ship-chauffeur,
ing jaunt from Balboa t6 San Francisco!.
Their aeaigoing chariot was the 1174oot Weetlake II.
biggest, private yacht cn ;the West Coast. Its owner, mil millionaire"
lionaire" millionaire" Henry Doelger, whe had been cruising in" the Carib.
bean, decided to return-to his San Francisco home by air.
Xfe Of X
lop Gal Photographer Puts
World Of Fashion In Focus
NEW YORK (NEA) When a
hobby becomes" a business, you
don't have time" for hobbies any
This one drawback ah ama amateur
teur amateur camera' hog discovers upon
developing Into a ; successful firgh
fashion photographer.' On the op opposite
posite opposite side of the ledger are the
advantages of traveling around
the world and working with l l-tems
tems l-tems any woman would lova in
Reflection on her present
bird's-eye view of haute couture,,
Matia. Martel ruefully admitted,
'Like most little girls, 1 knew
what I want to be when I
Jis a child she had a piano
In her -Paris bedroom as proof of
her desire to be a,, pianist, A iw
years lateftgras aWUi in intensely
tensely intensely fhferested in painting.
But a whirlwind courtship by
an American businessman and
World War II opened the d.-.or
for an unexpected career.
With ,her husband .sta'ionec
with the military 3n Eur6p and
their two children safe on her
family's estate in Venezuela Mis
Martel searched for overseas
duty. She decided to be war
To equip herself for ttrs npw
rol shf studied photography for
three, months in New1 York while
waiting accreditation. "Bu she
never got f to- Europe. A revolu revolution
tion revolution sent her flying to Caracas
to rescue her children.
With the war- ended, there she
was in ;NewYork with a ground grounding,
ing, grounding, in -photography, -35-mm.
camera and some small develop developing
ing developing pans.
"My friends laughed .t my
pictures because -they were so
smaJ. 1 iidn t have an enlarger"
sne explained. ; They kepi say.
ing I. should, do. something pro
last I sa
So she showed her Dortfolio cf
pint-sized pictures to magazines
lly. with photography,
aid ,'Why not?'
-i y i
ill iCr f' i
v j M
L' XV ,
I read an arcle the duier.day
that made me and t imagiiis a
tot of other parents fighting mad.
The gist or the articie was that
expecting young people to wait for
marriage, uhtu they seitsupporting
is an old-fashioned notion. -Ana
that-parents of today ought to be
willmg- to subsitUze young .marri'.
ages kicking in so htucii a 'month
until the young folks finish- their
educations, get jobs that pay a
living wage, or otherwise get their
xeet on tne ground.
Well,, that's Just ducky for the
young people wno are iree to mar marry
ry marry whenever the notion strikes
them, secure in the knowledge that
good old Dad and Mom will keep
a roof over their heads, food in
the icebox, and gasoline in the
car. But it's putting quite a load
on their parents.
The load isn't always just finan financial
cial financial either. If a baby arrives while
the young couple are still financi financially!
ally! financially! dependent, its' care often falls
to one of the grandmothers su
that the young wife can continue
with her education and later on
hold down a job because .her
young husband's pay check won't
support tare in the manner' to
which their parents have sccus
It may be old-fashioned, but the
Ides that a couple who aren't
through school ana sel -Mjoporcin?
haven't any right to take on the
makes sens. - ,-'
Waiting for marriage gives 1 a
couple time to be sura they, really
were "meant for -each other." Mar Marriage,
riage, Marriage, becomes s goal to work to toward,'
ward,' toward,' rather than another gift
trftm tririiilfffml narenti 1
Arid list, but by no means test.
from; ,ins young- coupi s point or
view, financial Independence giv giv-them
them giv-them the right to make the'r own
decny-ni and set their -owr!
Miss Maria Martel
and department -stores un'Jl she
got a photo assignment. With her
first $200, she bought more eijuip eijuip-men.
men. eijuip-men. Her studio then was a
sheet-draped living room and her
dark room, the basement.
-. She explained her present spa spacious
cious spacious quarters with, "My fa-mly
was about to murder me so I
Now Miss Martel whisks
around the world to capture chic
models in more chic clothing lor
magazine ads. Her abandoned
art training, she feels, gives her
strength for line and clor
neede in capturing fashions.
. When, photographing, she said,
"I am. more, interested in reflat reflating'
ing' reflating' trie .'-exlure and mood of a
gown than,- the specific details
that have gone into its design.
Jusfe as I select my clothes for
their overall effect and how they
make me feel, so I believe evry
woman carti first about what a
fashion doesior her."
Beinglx woman, and a creative
personality, she doesn't agree
with some "experts" who say a
male photographer photographs a
female model bettpr.
"It's, a. matter of rapport arid
professional understanding be between
tween between the two."
But sometimes she abandons a
professional approach. A re.-ent
example involved a U.S. customs
Official who refused to allow her
films from an Australian assign assignment
ment assignment to enter this country.
. "I argued and .cajoled for thre
days," she revealed. "Then I did
th only thing a woman could do.
But he needed a captain and a
first mate, to steer the.Westlake
home. And that's where Lt. and
Mrs. Barnes and their long time
friend, Canal pilot Roger Swain,
entered the story.
The arrangements were made
so quickly that .when Dianne
stopped to catch her breath, she
was aboard the Westlake pulling
away from the Balboa pier.
Swain decided to take a sailors
holiday at the helm of the West West-lake,
lake, West-lake, and sought Barnes to ac accompany
company accompany him as first mate. They
had known each other since Swain
was an instructor at the U.S.
Merchant Marine Academy and
Barnes was his student.
When ownerT "Doelger agreed to
let Dianne go with1 her husband
and five-year-old Peter Swain to
see the sea with his dad., things
i. r j j
Lt. Barnes got speedy: action on
a request for 30 days leave from
his job as personnel officer at
Rodman Naval Station. Dianne
was unable to get a leave of fcb fcb-senoe
senoe fcb-senoe from her tasks as gym in instructor
structor instructor at .the Cocoli sschooi, so
she just left.
Ths voyage, fantastic from the
begtnnlng; was a' Venture In fun
and frustration, work and ad ad-ventura.
ventura. ad-ventura. Dilnne's previous $ta
duty was confined to the Pana Panama
ma Panama liners, when srw vacationed
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
diseOverrij1hjfcH J'tfht out or$!
the wesfiaKf mar a ju-aegre
roil has nothing to do with ths
bread on the dinner table.
Even her veteran -, sailor hus
band admitted that the Westlake
took some mean rolls in the rough
seas, worse, than. the minesweeper)
on which he served!
Dianne spent the first few days
just looking. And there was plenty
to look at The Westlake II wis
tailored to order for Doelger in
Germanv. Each of the five "tate "tate-rooms
rooms "tate-rooms is paneled in a different
wood, burnished with hand-rubbed
wax. The forward dining room is
done in English walnut, and the
aft lounge in African mahogany.
The bulkhead-to-bulkhead rar"
peting is three inches thick. Mat Mattresses
tresses Mattresses oh the double beds have
been built to fit. For entertain entertainment
ment entertainment there" is television, W.fj, and
a well stocked library of records
and books. Facilities even include
an automatic washer.
Dodger's nerSonal stateroom e-
ven has a fUll-Sized bathtub.
Dianne'S dav smarted at 3:30
a.m., when she got up tb take
the four-to-eight watch on the
bridge with her husband.
"It was wonderful to watch the
sun come up over the sea," she
comments. During the early mor
ning stints, she learned a bit of
navigation as well.
Little Peter became her con
stant compation. Besides keep keeping
ing keeping him entertained, she also did
the housekeeping chores in their
cabin nd lent hand to the
cook at setting the table for.
meals. An unexpected task which
befell her was caring for Pin Pinch
ch Pinch i to, monkey who likes only
How was the food? "Tremend
ous, tne mvy couple agreed.
The ship's chef was an alumnus
of a Miami hotel, and still cooks
as if every meal were a com
But by the time the Westlake
reached Acapulco, his pantry sup
plies were diminishing, when
the ship's agents failed to appear
with the stores, Dianne and Phil
Barnes, with Capt. Swain's young youngster
ster youngster in tow, set off, quite literal literally,
ly, literally, to bring home the bacon.
Dianne's broken Spanish tmajiy
.landed them in, the market place.
The shopping expedition turned in
to a wild game of charades, with
the American trio manually des
cribing such items as.homogeniz
ed milk and Kool-Aid. What
seemed like the entire population
of Acapulco trailed behind them
an amused and curious audience.
During the 'five-day stop t A
capulco, Dianne took what may
be the most unorthodox tour of
the harbor ever recorded. When
the Westlake was brought in to
refuel, the runabout carried for
the convenience of Doeleger's wa,
ter-skiing, guests hsdicteiJnBiovea
to maneuver the yacht
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MRS. DIANNE GEDDES BARNES
children for a vacation at Man-parison it was a mighty dull trip.
hattan-Beaeh; Calif. v The cruise on the Westlake II
-iThe Barnes' necessarily return-will be the sea" story of their
ed to Panama by air, but by com- lives.
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SUMMER is the time of lazy weekends aha leisurely break-fl
fasts. Indoors or outdoors, bam 'n' egrs over the coals is special.-
o "' "V
1 sprinkling the eggs withlthlt 4
How about a lung, bountiful, laiy
breakfast over the coming ween ween-end?
end? ween-end? Cook it over the coals and
make it very special. Choose a
hearty menu, cook the food in foil
pans you shape yourself and serve
on small trays or TV plates.
Menu: Assorted fruit juice, bar barbecued
becued barbecued ham 'n' eggs in silver
pans, orange marmaiade, baked
banarias, hot buns, coffee' cake,
doughnuts, coffee, milk, cocoa.
Barbecued Ham V Eggs
in Silver Pans
Form, pans abqu 6 inches by 3
inches from double thick pieces
of aluminum foil turning up the
edges of the foil Vi inch all a-
round nd mitering corners to
hoM' thflm' secure. 'Make as many
as necessary', "sof each person has
an individual pan. place pans on
the girll over a moderately hot
fire and drop in each, 1 teaspoon
of butter or margarine. Have fully
cooked, ready-to-serve style ham
cut in individual portions. Dip in
barbecue sauce; then place each
portion in Pan. Brown quickly
turning' once'. Drop one or two
eggs in each pan at this time.
freshly ground pepper, Cooksbout
10 minutes in all ana serve rjgnt
in the pahs'. :"
. place peeled firm bananas" r on
squares of' aluminum foil. Add a
few sprinklings of lemo!r"jin6"!f.nd
a dot of butter or margri,ne.
Wrap and place on the gritf. JJake
about 6 minutes, turning .once.
Serve right in the foilv ot iurn.
out on large serving pTate fceslde
ham and eggs." i('r
Hot Breakfast Brtai TniRoil
Wrap your choice of coffeecake,
buns and doughnuts in foil pack packages.
ages. packages. Warm them while the grat
fire is kindjing they stay hot few
a long tiift. Open -ltd servd
when ham and eggs areready.
BOARD DISCUSSES DEFfMSB
MANILA (UPI)-The U.r-Shlt
ippine Mutual Defense Board rttf
in Baguio yesterday "arid .ras .ras-sessed
sessed .ras-sessed the Communist thsf?
the Philippines and theeSal
area surrounding the countwnJ
T' KMKE fRIPNDS
Dianne is now a self-taught
runabout pilot. The boat showed
a strong tendance to go around
,in large, circles, a quirk which
itha eccepteef beus She -didn't
known, what else to do about
it. Only two o rthrea Water ikll ikll-ers.
ers. ikll-ers. were foolish enough to cross
her path, and she had a won wonderful
derful wonderful afternoon in a roundabout
ThP Westlake and her "crazy"
American crew promptly became
4 sort of resident, rathern than
tourist attraction for the people
of the harbor, area. Especially ior
little Mexican boys. The reason
for the latter was fully explained
when young Peter was discover discovered
ed discovered on the fantail, casually tossing
candy in the water. The junior
.divers fought to recover the treat.
The journey, .like all good
things, hd to come to an end.
. After delivering the Westlaka to
her owner (Doelger has since
sold the yacht to tha Revlon Cor Corporation
poration Corporation for a cool half-million.
He's shopping for something big bigger.),
ger.), bigger.), Dianne and Phil Barnes
were met by hU parents, Mr,
and Mrs. George Barnj, and
accompanied them .home to Sa Sacramento
cramento Sacramento for a brief stay.
I Capt. Swain and Peter joined
I Mrs. Swain and their two other
If you are choosing a bon voy
age gift, be sure that you don'l
select something that will take up
too much spacf or be- too hesvyi
AIRLINES" BAN PORTABLES
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Civil '.Aeronaufics' Board has ap
proved an agreement among n n-ternational
ternational n-ternational air carriers to pronb
it passengers rom playing portd
ble radios lit flight. The agre
mentby members ol1 the Inter
,ational Air Trar T' Assn. sai
he radios might interfere wit
:adar and navigation equipment
Mod era, easy to nee.
Built-in rotating marble glide
on lotion exactly as needed. ;,
No meaa, no dripping, m Jte,
Effectively checks persairatlo
and odor all day long, j .y.
e Big 1 Vi os. unbreakable container
more for your money. $ j
.1 r II fu f Yi I
. SOLD AT ALL DRUG STORES
, Distributors, in Panama
juiib w, s.: a.V
Second DiagohaJ (Old "A" StreeU No. 7-17
Box No. ft Tel. M971
TOMORROW, JULY 21th
TOMORROW, JULY 21th
GIFT SH0P-TIV0LI AVI. 21-20
YOU CAN BANK ON SAVING!
O French "Si. Louis'' q
O Hutschenreuther q
O Italian Murano q
O Italian figurines
O German crystal O
O Silver plated articles
Gold chains and
medals 10 Karat
Zippo Jighterg with
Masonic and other
French and German
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS OPPORTUNITY
GIFT SHOP ;
No. 21-20 tivoli Ave:
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flfyeh Kathie came downstairs
fte, next morning, Mrs. Jensen
. was In the kitchen preparing
brakfaV The older woman gave
,'. her a curious look as she said,
"Slick's come and gone. He said
V t tell you the chores are done."
I JKathie stopped still, 'surprised
l.Ad hirt. She was no later than
; usual. Buck must have come a ;
I. full hour early this morning.
" And h?rhad not waited to see
He was still angry then. He
' had waded to avoid her.
" She sat down at the table, but
!. her appetite was gone. She had
' been Jong enough under the in in-faience
faience in-faience "of her hard headed old
i uncle ro'feel in her heart that
' Buck was quitf right about tr.e
, money Vlt had been an impulsive
- suggestion on her part, and Buck
' should $ot have takn it so se-
- riously." She had intended to tell
him spSthis morning.
y But discovering (.hat he delib deliberately
erately deliberately ad come and gone early
to avoid" seeing ther this mornmg
bourcht her resentment nouuws
JBuck wis too anxious
The oatmeal seemed tasteless.
and sne;,. pushed back tier cii.-n.
'Her coffee was too hot, and she
stirred "it absently. She realized
airs? Jensen was speaking but
skho hadn't heard a woru
h "I'm sorry,
?What did you
12 It was then that Mrs. Jensen
'advised Kathi to take her mon mon-.tey
.tey mon-.tey to the banR in town. It 1 was
just an hour later when Kathie
left the farm, jouncing along the
Irpad in the dilapidated old truck.
M was 9:45 when sire turned the
&tmr into the mam street of
4dwn and first saw those thrilling
S Hawaii Calls YOU! in
the window of a travel agency.
By 10 o'clock, Kathie. had fin finished
ished finished at the bank. And five min minutes
utes minutes later, taking deep breath
she entered the offices of the
travel agency. At 1 o'clock, she;
emerged, still in a naze. In ner
n,W was a ticket for passage
on the next sailing of the Uir-
''""You're so lucky to get a can cancellation
cellation cancellation like this!" the girl at
the agency had told her.
Th.ro iac also a card with a
cnrawM across it. The
lianit civ ... - - j
girl hud a friend who worked in
-dress shop who could tell
Xatbie just what clothes she
It was midafternoon before
Kathie found herself on the
country road again, going home.
The seat beside her was piled
TODAY! 75c. 40c.
1:25, 3:05, 4:50, 6:55, 9:00 p.m.
- mm) BuniW Wistt yN
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high with boxes, and every time
Kathie looked at them, she quak quaked
ed quaked with terror At last, as she
had feared it would, the enchant enchanted
ed enchanted excitement that had carried
her along from the moment she
read thai stirring Hawaii Calls
YOU! was wearing off. It had
been a long day, and now. Kath Kathie
ie Kathie was realizing, there would be
the pioer to pay.
"You've gone and bought a
irousssau!" Mr. Jensen cried
excitedly when Kathie got back
to th farm.
Kathie said cautiously, "It
could be one." For a honeymoon
in Honoiulu, perhaps, she added
to herself But mentally cata cataloging
loging cataloging her purchases, she realiz realized
ed realized th;'v wer.' not what Buck
would call practical for a farm farmer's
er's farmer's wife. "Several playsuits,"
the salesgirl had decreed
! least one swinwuit
"Your money is safe?"
"it's safe," Kathie said
i sivelj It wat in the bank.
in a cay or two. Kathie
' planned she'd go back to
But eva-But had
j bank and turn it all into iravel iravel-I
I iravel-I ers' checks to take with her on
As in a dream, she remem remem-;
; remem-; bered the pictures the travel bu-
! reau clerk had shown her of the
1 Lurlin:' and the chart of the
; vessel on which the girl had
: pointed out her -Kathie's! state stateroom.
room. stateroom. It now seemed utterly in incredible
credible incredible that Kathii should ever
j see the Lurline. let alone board
; it. Bui there was the ticket in
"Hcie comes Buck," Mrs. Jen Jensen,
sen, Jensen, said, peering out the win window
dow window toward the farm buildings.
"Oil dear1" said Kathie.
He came out-of the barri with
the milk buckets in his hands
and headed toward the house.
"You're an early bird today!"
Mrs. lensen cried archly, when
he entered the kitchen, her eyes
darting irom one young face to
"Hello Buck," Kathie said in
a small voice.
"H'lo," he said, 'unsmilingly.
Mrs. Jensen excused herself,
and Kathie and Buck were left
alone. Buck, looking at the boxes
still lying on the kitchen table,
said, "I see you've been shop shopping."
ping." shopping." Kathie stiffened. There was
something in the way he said it,
as though she had no right A A-gain
gain A-gain she had the thought that Un
cle Joy's money was a matter of
too much concern to Buck.
"Yes." she said, nonconcommit
tally. r -T
Buck looked Straight "at her
from under the heavy brows
"Did you buy a wedding dressp"
Kathie's heart turned guiltily
over. She shook her head. "Just
clothes she said.
"You're stiL thinking about
Honolulu!" he accused her, sud suddenly
denly suddenly 'Aren't you?"
In answer, Kathie opened her
purse and took out the ticket. He
looked down at it. his tanned
jaws knotting savagely below his
lean cheeks. "So now you're go going
ing going alone!" he said.
(TO BE CONTINUED
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HIS TRUE STORY...FEARLESSLY TOLW
I VICE LORD of AMERICA'S 1
1 WILDEST ERA!
FAY SPAIN "XT"
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graph of thefty1"110 f What PaItilla Point wil1 look 1&e fter it; ls hnUt-up and developed as
Panamas Housing and Planning Institute Envisions...
P a iti I h PtrmA
Can you imagine what would happen if it was suddenly dcided to
turn New York's Central Park into a tourist attraction and residential
This, in a nutshell is the effect that will be achieved soon in Panama
with the government's development of Paitilla Point.
Turned over to Panama recently by the U.S. government under the
provisions of the Treaty Mutual Understanding and cooperation, the
undeveloped area measures 126 acres and lies exactly 10 minutes driv driving
ing driving time from the heart of the city. Patilla Point gives Panama its op
portunity to have a peninsula right in the heart
n y ii
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6:59 9:00 P.M.
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The Housing and Planning
Instituta (1VU) under whose
supervision Paitilla falls, in.
tends to develop the Point in.
to the best residential neigh,
borhood of Panama City, A.
bout 98 acres of the total
area will be used for this pur.
pose, leaving more than 28
acres reserved for tourism,
parks and recreation.
In an attempt to attract
foreign capital 1n taking part
in this venture, IVU is prac practically
tically practically giving away the land
on which hotels will be built.
This section is located en.
tirely along the waterfront
and includes a number of
small beaches. In addition,
there is sufficient depth so as
to allow for excellent dock docking
ing docking facilities for craft of all
sizes. Paitilla Point, offers
decided advantages for hotels
and yacht clubs with ample
possibilities for water sport
AT VIA ESPAM ACROSS OK AMIGO
of the city.
EDITOR'S NOTE: These
pictures and story of 'he
proposed Paitilla Point dev
elopment are reprinted from
the current issue of Pan Panama
ama Panama This Month, edited by
When properly developed,
Paitilla Point will give a tre
mendous zoom to tourism in
Panama and will perhaps be
a salient factor in bringing
prosperity into the country,
Dies in Corgas
James Jordan. 62, a longtime
former employe of the Panama
Canal maintenance division, died
yesterday in Gorgas Hsopital aft
er a brief illness.
A native of Barbados, British
West Indies, Mr. Jordan lived in
Panama City. He is survived by
his wife, Casilda and an adopted
Burial arrangements have
yet been announced.
FUN FOR THE
a tourist center. Th hotels and roads on the Point wepe tupeftnpossd n an aerial photoT
Fmjr ist Ha v e n
Enhance Republics Beauty
By CARLOS DE L A GUARDIA
Director of Panama's Housing and Planning Institute
(Reprinted from Panama This Month 1
Panama has always been promi prominent
nent prominent for the Canal the gigantic
engineering feat that divided its
land and united the world, but it
actually has many other attrac attractions,
tions, attractions, among them its architectur architectural
al architectural development.
Balboa Heights with the impos imposing
ing imposing Administration Building, El
Cangrejo where the swanky Hotel
El Panama Hilton stands, lovely
De Lesseps Park with its impos imposing
ing imposing Legislative Place, The Nation Nation-al
al Nation-al University campus with its ul
tramodern buildings, and other
landmarks that have -often been
The Pacific side cities of Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, capitalof the Republic, and
Balboa in the Canal Zone compete
with each other in scenic beauty
Architects and planners have tak taken
en taken advantage of the situation in a
struggle to match the imagination
of man against the fancy of na
ture in this great Crossroads of.
W of th Housing Institute
arc very proud of tti opportuni opportuni-niry
niry opportuni-niry that has boon offered ut to
enhance the beauty f Punta
Paitilla (as it h known in Span Spanish.)
ish.) Spanish.) Since the date of our acquisi acquisition
tion acquisition of Paitilla Point, our technic technical
al technical staff, considered to be the best
in the country, has excnangea
ideas with experts, local and for
eign, in an attempt to find the
most convenient and practical dev
elopment of this area.
Plans have been drawn and re
jected when better ideas for im
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
provement have been brought
Among the scenic wonders stands
Paitilla Point, acting as a Silent
Sentinel to the Panama Canal.
Belonging by purchase to the
government of the United States
of America, this beautiful area
measuring 126 aers was recent recently
ly recently transferred to the Republic
of Panama under the provisions
of the Treaty of Mutual Under
standing and Cooperation.
On July 10, 1958, one year ago,
Paitilla Point was transferred,
through Public Deed No. 1746 to
the Housing Institute (IVU) to be
developed as part of us patrimony.
The topographic form of the
land has been throughly studied.
Its influence on the city of Pana Panama
ma Panama and the entrance to the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal have been analized.
The attraction as a tourist cen
ter, and the great opportunity for
local and foreign Investments have
There has been no angle or pos possibility
sibility possibility which we have not taken
into consideration. j
Areas have been provided for
schools, apartment homes, priv.
ate homes, hotol1 for tourism
and even a site for,, the now Pre.
sidencia of the Republic (Pre.
sident's Palace) has been cho chosen
sen chosen in this area.
Paitilla Point has been planned
so that it will become the most
important piece of property .'n a
country which boasts a progres progressive
sive progressive attitude and enchanting beau beauty.
ty. beauty. ..'''
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Panama has a privileged geo.
graphical position. Its tradition,
although "Spanish, has been af.
fected by the customs of many
Today the country stands alone
in the world as a melting pot of
By instinct, the people of Pana
ma have steadfastly clung to tha
gauani .pasi. ,
NeverthelesiV?iur constant con.
tact wtth travelers has develop,
a In vs 1 sincere nirl
flet?tandiheji;nd foreigners mix 1
In our society with ease.
Foreign .private enterprise has
always operated freely and felt at
home in- Panama.
It is.therefore our hope that Pal Pal-tilla
tilla Pal-tilla Point will be developed in th
near future into a veritable mec.
ca of tourism, and will become an
area that we can, all look at with,
the pride ; of accomplishment. -1
,' spring, but one kr. r
knc to moke o tail,
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From the rear, building resembles a cumbersome crirpfane with tar-paper wings.
- 111 Massena; N; Y deserves attention for another construction project-a coun-
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try club built of 60 tons of two-by-lours. Alter inear ciucnouse sue was nuoucu
in building tne teaway, memoeis vi me wcua wmmj
tects Victor Prus of Montreal and rlorvil White of New York. This team came up
with some architectural tricks. Eoof of the club is 7,200 square feet of solid two-by-fours,
laid on edge and glued together in a geculiar pattern. From the back,
the club looks like the rear of a modern automobile. There are no supporting
walls, only floor-to-ceiling windows. Below the, level of the clubroom is the bar,
which has top of two-by-fours. Cement-block walls enclose locker room area..
'fU An Interior view shows two-by-fours, each of which Is set at different angle.
t .v .
Front view of the new club shows the three "peaks" in the roof of the building.
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SPORTING A CAPEr -A cape adds a head-turning touch to
this new sport jacket turned out by a tailor in Buffalo,
N. Y. Print cftallis lines fancy cape done in hopsacking.
TAKING ITS '$QW Shipyard workers in Bolnes, Holland, are only half done as
they launch half a ship. The boW of the 10,000-ton vessel hits the water while the
stern, docked in the background, will be joined to it in Rotterdam. The bow of
the vessel had been broken off in a ship accident not far from the English coast.
V i .
ROAD HOUSIS Seven
houses roll along the high highway
way highway in Jacksonville Beach,
Fla., in, the largest house house-moving
moving house-moving operation in the
state. Houses are en route
to location five miles away.
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Tokyo is really the posting of the final results in the elections for the upper house of the Japanese parliament;
t Dlstftbuled by Kin0 Feature Syndicate.
STEXLINGTHE SPOTLIGHT Glamor girl Kim Novak
gives sidewalk cameramen and autograph seekers one of
her most fetching poses before attending a special
. screening of her latest picture In a New York theater.
DAutn uiucDCc tu at ftAl rnMY? Frnhrai f .-V
ing in front of the American Shakespeare FestvJ
val theater at Stratford, Conn., Inga Swensoa'. N f i
ana iJiCK iasion renearse ioi t ,,
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"SPIRITS" RING THE BELL
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A DRINKING glass that Is very
sensitive to "telepathic vi vibrations"
brations" vibrations" is highly amusing and
provides Impressive entertain entertainment
ment entertainment at a party. The effect is
obtained by making the glass an answer
swer answer questions by surprisingly
emitting a series of ringing
Be slire- to choose a thin glass,
the thlnfler Ahe better; and have
ready a pjece of strong cotton
thread foot and a half long and
Secotik-Gness These Key Words?
1 1 1 1 I si 1 1 1 1
TO IDENTIFY the skeletonized
key words of the diagrams
above, copy letters now showing
in blanks directly below them.
Then guess at short horizontal
words, inserting trial letters in
all blanks of respective vertical
See how quickly you can com complete
plete complete the diagrams and Identify
the key words.
3)HqBSod omi j DiuoSsq
ptrs aTsSd gpjo aqj, :ijmiov
rUS turtle has received a kid kidding
ding kidding note from a pair of fleet
bunnies who have challenged him
to a foot race. Recalling a fa famous
mous famous ancestor who participated
in such a race, he's smiling.
As it now stands, all five words
of the message are misspelled
can you rearrange the letters to
have them make sense?
,,-nox joj lt in
PR a surprise picture, fill In
the lettered spaces of the
above diagram with the follow following
ing following colors:
Y stands for Yellow. O Is for
Orange. B indicates Blue. R
stands for Red. Br Indicates
Brown. Bk means Black.
Where the letter P appears,
shade Red In lightly.
See It you can guess what the
picture shows before you begin.
Afterwards, you can cut up the
scene for a jigsaw puzzle.
plain, round, full-length pencil.
Cut a small groove around the
pencil near one end. Make a
noose in one end of the thread,
slip it into the groove around the
pencil and tighten the noose.
. When ready to perform the
trick, tie a noose in the other end
of the thread and slip it around
the glass a half-inch from the
edge. Pick up the pencil and
raise it until the glass Is sus suspended
pended suspended by the thread a few Inch Inches
es Inches above the table.
In order to make the glalss ring
as though it were tapped by a
spirit, the manipulator twists the
pencil very slightly. Each twist
evokes a "ring."
Once you've discovered the
knack with practice, the keenest
observer cannot detect the means
by which the mysterious answers
to questions are controlled.
1 e I o 1 1 1 I
rIE object of cryptic arith arithmetic
metic arithmetic is to find the missing
numerals of an actual computa computation.
tion. computation. Clue for this problem: It
is easy, of course, to determine
the last digit In the multiplier,
3 X X. Next try to determine
the middle digit of the multipli multiplicand,
cand, multiplicand, X X 7, using the product
of 3 times this multiplicand. So Solution
lution Solution below.
X X 7
8 X X
X 0 X 3
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A ROMAN CRYPT ARITHM :
Replace question marks and let letters
ters letters with numbers that will make
the computation correct. Only
hint for you la to consider this
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RIDDLE: When can man
honestly say he runs things in
his own home?
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TAKE the words here, add In
the extra letters and re-arrange
as necessary to answer the
clue In each case:
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TINKER T ornament
THERE I each
GERMAN A conductor
BEATEN -f H under
TRAIN O allowance
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Is Taken to Task
ALL languages pose difficulties
for foreigners, but English
as a whole is puzzling to those
to whom it Is being taught, as
expressed by a foreign student in
thja verse addressed to e native native-born
born native-born friend:
WIU you please explain to me
Why In debt you should use the
I cannot as yebt the hang of It
In fact, I'm completely at sea!
You say that the ocean Is blue,
Is a warship then manned by a
Do you give a receipt to the man
In the atreiptf
It puzzles me all the day through.
If a man dyes you say he Is
But a book, not the color, la read.
Still I think that's enough of this
If you don't mind my saying, I've
had quite enuff.
Good buy. Sir, it's thyme for my
bead. Yore Pen Pal
Move 3 Blocks
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HTHIS arrangement of blocks,
above, does not quite measure
up to a magic square that is,
the figures 'do not add up to the
same total 15 in all directions:
down, across and diagonally.
Can you rearrange three of the
blocks to make It a true magic
square that is, one that will add
up to 15 all three ways?
Answer In one minute, if you
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ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME?
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SNOOZER the Pup is surrounded by all the com comforts
forts comforts of home, including a pair of playful pals.
But part ot the picture is obviously missing, and
you are asked to restore it. To do so, draw a con continuous
tinuous continuous line from dot to dot beginning at 1 and
ending at 15. Try to make lines as straight as pos possible.
sible. possible. Afterwards, you can have some additional
fun adding colors with your crayons.
By Euoene Sheffer
1 The Israelites gathered to together
gether together from this place to Beer Beer-sheba
sheba Beer-sheba Judg 20:1)
4 A woman from this place had
her daughter cured by Jesus
10 Garden flower.
14 Single unit.
15 The Levites were forbidden to
do this for wrongs iLev. 19:18)
18 The first garden.
19 To harvest.
21 Paid notice.
22 Asiatic wild ass.
24 Jesus and His disciples passed
over thii brook (John 18:1)
28 Paul sailed close by this Island
33 American artist and Inventor.
35 Seasoned sailors.
38 Bitter vetch.
37 Endless time.
38 Cubic meters.
40 Hours before noon (abbr.)
42 A group of his descendants re
turned to Jerusalem from cap captivity
tivity captivity (Ezra 2:16)
43 Religious denomination (abbr.)
46 Cry of Bacchanals.
47 Adult male.
48 Son of Seth (Gen 4:26)
49 Dismantle, as a gun.
54 Con junction.
58 Game of cards.
SB Masculine name.
81 Personal pronoun.
63 Standard quantity.
SO Points. Wins
ak & x
"CTEP right up folks and win a prize!" You've
heard the cry of the carnival pitch man. The
pitch of the game above is that you may toss any
number of rings you choose, but the sum of your
ringers must equal 50.
Can you determine which figures must be rung to
achieve this score? Toss as many or as few rings
as you like. Of course, the "prize" In this case is
the satisfaction of a Job well done.
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SLIP-UP IN HIS PLANS
been clocked at
.00035 mph. Con Conceivably,
ceivably, Conceivably, at this
rate a snail could
travel some 44
feet In 24 hours.
But the snail
the plank at right is ailing, and has been advised
by Its doctor to slpw down. This fellow ambles a
distance ot three feet every day, then sleeps. Un Unfortunately,
fortunately, Unfortunately, while sleeping, he slides back down the
plank a distance of two feet Thus, his daily ad advance
vance advance Is Just one foot.
As you can see, the wall is 30 feet high and the
lower end of the plank touches the ground 40 feet
from the base.
How many days will It take this sluggish snail
to reach the top?
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SEE if you can read this aloud
twice at double your normal
I say, does this shop stock
short shorts with sporty spots?
Twine tied to three tree twigs.
64 Snow vehicle.
68 Paul appeared before him to
appeal against his accusers
70 Regret extremely.
71 Half of the widow's offering
73 Malt beverage.
1 Grandfather of Tola (Judg.
3 Symbol for neon.
7 Indefinite article.
9 God shall supply this (Phil.
10 News gatherer.
11 Hypothetical force.
12 Jesus walked on this (Mat.
j 13 Completion.
18 Advanced in years.
24 All countries came to Joseph
In Egypt to buy this (Gen. 41:
25 Close by.
27 The ant gathers this during
harvest (Pr. 6:8)
29 Rock-boring tool.
, 30 Ancient HeDrew ascetic
'31 One who cures.
32 Kingly fur.
33 Athletic events.
34 Bar by one's own act
37 Top card.
39 Golf mound.
- 41 Infirm.
45 Amount ot silver and gold
possessed by Peter (Acts 3:6)
Distributed by King Future Syndicate
hii latest b I g
game trophy, Have Have-lock
lock Have-lock McPop regales
them with thrilling
tales of mighty Jun Jungle
gle Jungle battles with
huge wild boars, etc.
But Havelock's wife,
Drucilla, Is unim unimpressed.
pressed. unimpressed. In fact,
Mrs. M c P o p has
been beard to com comment
ment comment tartly that:
(1) so far as big
bores (sic) are con concerned,
cerned, concerned, Havelqck
takes the prize; and
(2) she wishes he'd
stop using his head
for a hat rack. That
she has reason to
voice this latter
complaint is v 1 1-denced
denced 1-denced in the dia
gram at right. You'll
see why when you
draw the following
Draw a nne from
C-10 to E-9 to B-7,
draw to D
K-2, 0-2, N
Add F-4, F
10, D-ll, D-12, E
G-14, L-14, M-13,
14, 0-17, K-17. G-16, D-16, D-15,
Begin M-13, N-12, M-12, M-ll,
0- ll, Q-12, S-15, S-M,. Q-17, R-
16, P-13, N-12. Draw 1-8, 1-7, J-7,
J-8, 1-8 and 1-12, 1-11, J-ll, J-12,
1- 12. Begin A-3, B-3, C-2, C-l, V-
I, V-2, W-3, X-3, X-9, Y-10, X-12,
X-16, W-16, V-17, V-18. C-18, C-
17, B-l, A-18, A-3. Draw X-12,
W-13, U-13. U-12, V-12, V-ll, O-
II, N-10, N-9, 0-8, W-8, X-9.
Add M-8, M-7, N-7, P-6, R-4,
R-3, Q-2, S-3, S-4, Q-7, 0-8, M-8.
Add lines R-ll, Q-10, Q-9, R-8;
lines V-ll, U-10, U-9, V-8; lines
V-ll, W-ll, X-12.
QUICKIE QUIZ: What is the
only number whose cube root
equals Its square root?
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AS every high
knows,' a proton
Is charged with
positive electric electricity,
ity, electricity, while an elec electron
tron electron contains a
Of course, the
two charges are
attracted to each
other, and this is
consideration 1 n
the operation of
the atomic ap apparatus
paratus apparatus at right.
switch i thrown
on this machine
marked E exchange places with
the protons marked P, moving
one at a time in any direction.
But the important factor in this
reaction is that at no time in
the exchange does a P charge
occupy the same space or line as
an E charge.
Using counters, can you effect
the exchange in 18 moves?
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47- Lion's heavy hair.
51 The foolish man built his
house upon this (Mat 7:26)
55 Lock of hair.
58 Hebrew month.
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A SEX-WORD proverb can be found In this dia diagram,
gram, diagram, which illustrates a method that has been
used for secret messages.
As a starter, we'll tell you that the letters with
"ones" under them are the first letters of w$rds,
"twos" are second letters, and so on. See how long
It requires for you to discover the proverb.
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This One's for Bridge Ftins
NORTH holds five spades, one heart, five diamonds
and two clubs. West, who has two clubs, has
three times the number of spades held by' East
East has as many hearts again as West, the rest
of the spades, but only the king of diamonds: West
has twice as many hearts as East has spades. Oh,
yes, West has one diamond and East has two clubs.
What suits and numbers of each are held by
Time limit for solving this card poser Jf thre
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59 First king of Israel (1 Sam.
60 Pronoun used by the Friends.
61 Son of Noah (Gen. 9:18)
62 Samuel's teacher (1 Sam. 1:25)
64 Station (abbr.)
69 Note In the scale.
70 Sun god.
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up the board, takes Black's meas measure
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SOLDIERS, sailors, Marines and oirmeii line tha route as
Guatemala President Miguel Ydigoros arrives at Qua rry
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President of the Republic of Gu-
ii.t .an nffirial COUTtesT
OS Lt GeiT'iidiely Gnbor.
Commander-in fchiet karDue,
at the unified Caribbean Comrotad
headquarters at Quarry Height.
early last ween, m ue y
an official three-day state visrt to
the Republic of ranama.
pi., rhief Pvpniiivfi. who'ar
rived at Tocumen last Sunday,
was honored at Quarry ueigms uy
a Joint military honor ewemony
tendered by Gen. Gaither Monday
Combined military- and C.Z. po
lice escorted the President 4o
Quarry Heights, the traditional
homesite of the tJariQDean v.oi-
mand located on Ancon mu over overlooking
looking overlooking the Canal Zone and the
Republic of Panama, where a
cordon of the Army, wavy, mar marines
ines marines and Air Force, alternately
ninul nn ea-h idn nf the ro&d
I to Gen. Gaither's residence, a-
waited his arrival.
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malan Guatemalan Ambassador Merida, chat. Ydigoras visit "turns a call Gai Gaither
ther Gaither made on the Chief Executive last November in Guatemala.
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tehoed throughout yuarry tieignis,
triggered by the wailing sirens of
the police escort. As he -passed
through the gate, the participat participating
ing participating military personnel lined along
tha route, snapped to "Present
Xrms" in salute to tha visiting
Chief of State.
He was greated by tha Com Commander
mander Commander in Chief, tha component
inilitary commanders of the uni unified
fied unified Caribbean Command; Maj.
can, Truman H. Landon, Maj.
:nn. fharlps T, Dasher, and ftMt
Adm. Lewis S. Parks; and the
Caribbean Command uniet 01
Staff, Brig. Gen. James W. Coutta,
After introductions the 776th Air
force Band, under tha direction
pt CWO Herman W. Englert play play-ad
ad play-ad Ruffles and Flourishes, and the
Guatemalan and US. National An An-fnema
fnema An-fnema in honor of the state visit,
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men lumen Airport in the morning for his plane trip back to his country.
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' imbassadoi Merida, Gen. Dasher and Gen. Coutls.
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President of Guatemala, during tha joint ceremo ny conducted at Quarry Heights in his honor.
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Mark Van Doren, now a teacher at Colombia University, was
born in Illinois in 1894. Hir first published book of poems was
Spring Thunder in 1924, his latest, Selected Poems, in 1954. In
1940 he won the Pulitzer Prize for bis Collected Poems.
The world will not be understood.
Put on a sword, put on a hood,
listen. Can yeu hear me? Good.
The world will not be understood.
The world is something I must try.
However hard, however high.
Though I stumble, though I die.
The world is something I must try.
I passed Olympus in the night.
But had I passed by day
I still could tell you less of it
Than blind Homer may.
I wake and hear it raining.
Were I dead, what would 1 give
Lazily to lie here,
Like this, and live?
Or beltrr yet: birdsong,
Brightening and spreading
How far would I come then
To be at the world's wedding?
Now that I lie, though.
(Oh, but not forever,
Oh, end arriving)
How shall I praise them:
All the Fweet, beings
Eternally that outlive
Me and my dying?
Mountains. I mean; wind, water, air;
Grass, and huge trees; clouds, flowers.
And thunder, and night.
Turks, I mean, and toads; hawks, herons, owls;
Graveyards, and towns, and trout; roads, gardens.
Red berries, and deer.
Lielitning.j f mean, and eagles; fences; snow:
Sunrise, and ferns; waterfalls, serpents,
Green islands, and sleep.
Horses 1 mean; butterflies, whales;
Mosses, and stars; and gravelly
Rivers, and fruit.
Oceans, I mean :'niack valleys; corn;
Brambles, and cliffs; rock, dirt, dust.
And warnings of flood.
How shall I name them?
And in what order
Each would be first.'.
Omission is murder.
Maidens, I mean, and apples; needles; leaves;
Worms, and planets, and clover; .whirlwinds, dew;
Stop. Lie still.
You will never be dona.
Leave them all there.
Old lover Live on.'
alter Wisiichellilkiei Yorfe
HE BROADWAY LIGHTS
reta Garbo spurns all the.
isbulous otters (10 return to U.
icreen) because she has sca sca-of
of sca-of wealth. Her annuities bring i.
over $100,000 per year,-. .Lee
mick, the eyefilling anatomy u
''Amiomv nt a Murder." launcu
ed her career as a high-kicker is
the Kroariwav musiealS. .You
can launch an off-B'way show ii
vnn have S5.000. .11 VOU DacK h
Broadway show you participate
in the proms tor 1 years.
Rinir Crosby's fortune is now es
m mated at 14 million. .France
Nuyen of "Susie Wong" keeps
telling interviewers sne s an un un-hannv
hannv un-hannv Rrnariwav star. Last vear
shn was a naoov nouoay. .aaa-
liy Tempie, wno aoesn i n e u
money, is considering Vegas of
i-r her.ause of the tempting
Dait. .Don't invue to we same
uosrf- Arrresses Joan Fontaine
and.Kay rancis, both on the
tape cod- scene.
From the Las Vegas corre
spondent oi a ixs Angeles news
paper: "Kobera Sherwood joins
i rankie Lame as ine uunes
lounge neaanner next week. Laine
was instrumental in buildings up
Miss bnerwood and blepa get
her first mgnt club booking at
The Los Angeles Mocambo. iu
dear). .Arc and Dotty loads
recording of "Paradiese" told
ver 175,000 in its first three
weeks. .How does tne L-upa
plan to appease Mort Sahl and
singer Earl Grant when they
appear there Aug. 20tn? Bom
claim their contracts speci
fy top billing. Things to worry a
uoui! Howzveractv.'?. .Nat
(King) Cole's version of "You
zmaue Me Love You is so gus gus-tenable.
tenable. gus-tenable. .Legalized Bingo is a
bust in N.Y. Too many games,
very few making money. .The
Groucho Marx-critic J. Mason
Brown Tug-of-Words on TV was
swift and breezy. .Groucho
didn't seem to be clowning. He
The "Lady Chatterley'a Lover"
nonsensorship headlines recall
playwright Elmer Rice's: "Forbid
and you attract". .The Senate
Committee (soon to probe "rat "ratings")
ings") "ratings") will inquire about one
service's check-up in Baltimore,
which has a population of al
most 500,000. Tney contact 15 TV
homes. .The McGuire Sisters
Sisters will get a terrific buildup
again This time from Coca-Cola,
xney win oe on Diiiooards coast
to-coast. .Strange thing about
the "Middle of tne wight'! pn
ture. It gets lusty laughs during
some of its most tragic moments,
. .Gwen Verdon, current gla
mour queen on Broadway, was
once ejected by Hollywood be because
cause because she lacked it .Eugene O' O'Neill's
Neill's O'Neill's "More Stately Mansions"
remains un produced for a sane
reason. It runs 10 hours. .Don't
envy the TV critics. Almost ail
tli summer stanzas try hard to
make boredom entertaining.
By all means, get the album
"An Evening With Lerner and
Loewe" ana enjoy. It's music-
music-music.Then there t Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Whiting's Great Hits."
Crowded with bloozy-doo'.ey bal
lads. . .Maria Karnilova, the
the cooch-dancing stripper in
Gypsy, was a classical baller ballerina
ina ballerina for ?0 years. .Apparently
misery-loves-company in radio.
One soap opera has six authors.
. .Maurice Chevalier began his
illustrious career as an acrobat.
. .Zsa-Zsa. the Blondiful One. ack-
chelly is readhead. .Nearly all
the films unveiled on Broadway
lose coin. They are shown here
for the New York label. .mere
are about 350 different recorded
versions of the everlovin's "Star
dust" swelody. .Two of the best
are Nat Cole's and Eddie Hey-
wood's. Folks chuckle at Jayne
Mansfield s claim that she is shy.
but she Is. ; .Debbie is quite a
diplomat. In interviews she al
ways speaks gently of Lis.
le networks and agencies. .Of
-e 50 new shows o.:.ng polished
x the Summer Stocky arus only
je is considered sturdy enough
a challenge The Big Apples. .
sBi' "Camera .Tnree" remains
jup of the superior Tall Fore
lead items...'The Visit," crowned
oy The Critics' Circle fas "best
ioreign play ) was la costly fiz
zle. The public is" always tough
er than the reviewers. .James
Russell Lowell once observed
"A wise skepticism is the first
attribute of a good critics'. .
When you see a stampede of cat cattle
tle cattle in the movies it means the
producer pay 15 per cow. That,
as the saying goes, is a Mta
moo-la. .Grace Kelly's favorite
movie actor is Bill Holden. Sina
tra is on the list. .Omigosh!
One critic complained that "Por-
gy ana uess nas "too mucn mu music".
sic". music". .And the heavens have
too many stars.
Coronet mag's Walter Ross sold
MGM the complete rights to his
best-selling novel, "The Immor Immortal."
tal." Immortal." That studio seeks a James
Dean (guitar-playing) young actor
for the' lead. .Sarah Vaughan's
"Broken-Hearted Melody" is one
of her aces. .The lyrics sing.
. .Caroline Jones, 20, just resign resigned
ed resigned as hatchick at The Assembly,
and quit college at the same
time, to report to Paramount for
a role in "Career." They've
changed her name to Claudia Da Davidson.
vidson. Davidson. Because Carolyn Jones
co-stars in it with Dean Martin.
. .Diane Varsi, who rejected Mo Mo-vietown
vietown Mo-vietown for Vermont, will holi holiday
day holiday for 3 months in Canada. Her
companion will be Alice Miller,
daughter of the household in
which she dwells. Du in Mon
treal today. .Critic John Cros
by's squawk that too many peo
ple smue too mucn on TV
clashes with the fact that many
more have that Terrified Look.
Oddly, more Hollywood pictures
are now being filmed in Europe
than in Hollywood. .The sale of
old movies to TV is keeping ma
ny studios alive. .Metro has
spent over a million to exploit
the "Ben Hur" epic. .Kim N
vak'i kwote: "All men are alike,
mystery is their favorite food".
. .Nothing in the Broadway thea
ters has the punch of "The Mu Music
sic Music man's" rousing oom-pah-pah
when the entire cast goes into
"76 Trombones". .None of the
"portraits" fof Miss Monroe? on
the Leew'sState front catch her
beauty. .Broadway's new shops
and renovated theater-fronts em embellish
bellish embellish ihe scene. It's the people
who look stale. .B i 1 Ly Reed,
prop, of the The Little, Clubs, says
he hasn't U.OOO.in the bank, but
enjoys life more thin the million millionaires
aires millionaires he serves.
Groucho Marx's biggest grouch
was over the check he got at one
of the swank restaurants. The tariff-was
$110 "for six. That's what
comes from deserting Undy'a and
Reuben's. .Perhaps another rea reason
son reason why, movie houses are not
getting enough customers is the
schlump who orders the sound to
get louder as th feature comes
en. .Yet, the tax collector gets
$300 million a year from amuse
ment taxes. ..Director Peter
Glenville was a refreshing relief
en our set the other Sabbath
night. Poised, natural, articulate,
interesting theatrical trivia. .
Margaret Leighton was so Brit British,
ish, British, you wondered If she was do
ing Hermdone Glngold. .What
champion Johansson, will do m
the way of entertainment when
he appears with Sinatra at the
Sands (Vegas) soon, is Frank'!
latest secret. It will be- Johans Johansson's
son's Johansson's first American monev a
bout $30,000 a week. His Patter
son purse will not be oaid until
the courts decide some lawsuits
. .Patty-cake for th nroducers
of "The Billy Barnes Revue.'
Their honesty with the public if
something to note. In all their ad
verts Quotinf the critics who en
joyed the show, they include
quotes from two reviewers who
CHRISTMAS IN JULY
MEMPHIS. Temi. (UPI) Lota
of people do their Christmas shop shopping
ping shopping early, but few put up their
Christmas scenes In July. Never
theless thP Whitehaven Methodist
Church here is putting up a
Christmas scene, and plans to
hold a special spirit of Christmas
service July 26. Dr. R. A. Flatt.
the. pastor explained that Christ
mas is becoming too much of A
"commercial affair" so he decid
ed to hold the special service to
"remind people of the real signif
icance of the birth of Christ."
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By JACK PAVER j
Hope never dies. Thirty new
'quia shows are being offered to
Nifw VfiR Krupn The nre-
season school program of the Am American
erican American Shakespeare Festival Thea
ter in Stratford, uonn., proven, so
successful this sorine that it will
be expanded next year.
The first sucn program Dcnan
Un 1Q anri nHi June 11. and
the atnripnt audiences at a uni
form reduced price of $2 per tic-
net, loiaiea more wan on.ow.
They came from 301 schools in 10
states, and some travele J fey
oharioraA hut a far aa iid miles.
There were 27 performances of
last season's "A Midsummer
Night's Dream" and prevjevs of
this summer's "Romeo and Juliet."
Next spring the program, will
beein Awil 26. and 50 schojl per
formances are planned.
Rex Harrison, whose latest
Broadway chore was creating the
role of Professor Higgins in 'My
Fair Lady," will be back in the
fall to star in a new French play.
This is a comedy by the noted
Jean Anouilh which beam -the
title "L'Hurlerberlu," a big 1 it in
Pans. Just what the title will be
in the Anglicized version is not
yet known. i '
Irene Mayer Selzmck and Ker-
mit Bloomgarden will put the
play into rehearsal here In Mid-
October, aiming for a Broadway
opening in December after a thre
Mrs. Selznick.' the original pro-
flucer iDf A Streetcar Named De
sire." annarentlv will have a busT
season She, also has acquired
the American rights to a brand
nsn Txmitnn hit "The ("Vim nl aidant
Lover," by the notable Granam
Greene It has been described as
a ftmnlv ahnut adulterv without
the religious complications usual
ly found in ureene s piays.
Also on Mrs. Seiznick's $en $en-dar
dar $en-dar is "Calculated Risk," an ad ad-aptation
aptation ad-aptation by Joseph Hayes of a re recent
cent recent London success.
The new ; play by Paddy Cha Cha-yevsky,
yevsky, Cha-yevsky, due in the fallris no long longer
er longer called "The Dybbuk of Wood Wood-haven."
haven." Wood-haven." 1 know that title present presented
ed presented many complications, but some
'hew I'll miss it. i
v The new title is "The Tenth
Man." The reference is to a. rule
i in the Jewish faith that 10 men
are necessary for a quorum at a
meeting railed to make a deci decision
sion decision en religious matters.
Screen star Lauren Bacall has
been signed to make her first ma major
jor major effort in the theater as the
leading player in George Axel-
roes new comedy, "Goodbye.
The actress has her beginnings
en the stage, but she was seen
briefly in only a couple of in con consequently
sequently consequently parts before she was
signed- fey Hollywood and turned
Into a star. She will return here
In August from Eurooe to begin
rehearsal. '-i zi
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It's A Vigged Season In Nation's Capital
L Attache-Author Anguishes Wife & Hero
By DOUGLAS LARSEN and JERRI BENNETT
By WILLIAM' D. LAFFLiJr"
NEW YORK (UPI) -".
Kingston Trio opened the Sites
for a flood of folk music this year
because of their fabulous success
last- winter with n old song
called "Tom Dooley,"'
Fortunately most, of the folk
music pouring out is far above
the normal level although some
f the songs are a bit earthier
than the usual ballad.
A young California trio known
as The Coachmen should fare
well with their first big LP.
"Here Come the Coachmen!"
HiFi Record R-412) presents
iboug Tanner, Don Koss and Do
Brown in an unusually good se se--
- se-- lection of old and new songs, in in-eluding
eluding in-eluding "Goin" Down the Road,"
"John Hardy" and "Pig Knuck Knuckles."
les." Knuckles." For those who have been folk
song addicts for more years than
4hey care to remember, "Folk
Bong Saturday Night" will be
especially welcomed. Alan Lomax,
Peggy Seeger, Guy Carawan and
John Cole handle a tough as assignment
signment assignment in breezing though a
grouping of little-known numbers
With a zest that makes them
ound familiar (Kapp Kl-1110).
"Th Wilderness Road" (RC.V
Victor LPM-1994) offers a selec selection
tion selection of down-to-earth songs by
Jimmie Driftwood. Lyrics of some
f the songs might cause eyebrow-lifting
but Driftwood's voice
Is so wholesome that it dismisses
Russia has always, been known
lor her fiery folk songs, great
before Lenin and Stalin came
long. Fifteen of these tunes are
slaved by Emil Decameron and
lis Orchestra on "A La Russe'
(Folk Songs, Without Words")
The bounding main has long
been the inspiration for filk
songs. Some of the most popular,
along with some of the seldom
heard but still sea worth, may be
found on "Salty Sea Chanties
by The Revelers (Urania Stereo
Selected Singles: "Lu Ann by
Tie Skee Brothers Roulette R
4164), "Love Is Here to Stay" by
The Starfires (Decca 9-30916
''Bye Bye Baby Goodbye" by
Teresa Brewer (Cord 962126),
"Till There Was You" by Anita
Bryant (Carlton 512), "Big Bill"
fey,,. The Snappers (20th Fox-148i.
"Bei Mir Bist du Schoen" by
and Keely Smith
LP of tlx Week JMorml'Por JMorml'Por-gy
gy JMorml'Por-gy and Bess" by Lena Home and
Harry Belafonte (RCA Victor
U)P.1507). :, Lena's handling of
"It Ain't Necessarily So" is some something
thing something to listen to again and again.
Belafonte Is good and bad.
LP ef the Week (Storoo) (Storoo)-'Song
'Song (Storoo)-'Song Of Norway" by an orches-
By JDELOS SMITH
NEW YORK (UPI)-One side
of Maria Callas' newest recorl w
given over to the three principal
soprano arias of Verdi's Mac Macbeth."
beth." Macbeth." the opera she would have
starred in at the Met last season
if she hadn't been fired.
The choice may have been in
tentional to give the Meis
patrons a chance to compare ner
Lady Macbeth with that of
Leonie Rysanek, who took her
place. If so, it was foolhardy.
i in a nureiv musical oasis, mi
Rvsanek has to get the nod be
cause she is more musicianly, has
the better natural voice ana is nu
less a mistress of it. On a musico-,
dramatic basis, she gets the nod
again because Miss Callas as a
mad lady emoting madness
sounds contrived rather than
You have no ooudi, oi coarse,
that on the stage Miss Callas
would have made an overwhelm overwhelming
ing overwhelming impression. What a magnetic
actress she is! But tms is not ine
lee. It is a recording and her
full dramatic quality is incapaole
of being reproduced on wax.
In addition lo. Lady Mecoern,
the disk is jflfevoted to Abigaille
of "NabuccdF Elvira of "Ernan
and Elisabetta.of "Don Carlo"
Verdi heroines all (Angel-35763).
an abridged (one record) edition
of the Met's production of Saint Saint-Saens'
Saens' Saint-Saens' "Samson and Delilah,"
which was chiefly memorable for
Rise Stevens' generous infusions
of good old sex into the Delilah
part. This is the record to make
you understand fully what Deii Deii-lah
lah Deii-lah meant to Samson up to and
including the hair-cutting (RCA
London calls its incomplete
versions of Mozart's uosi tan
Tutte" and "The Magic Flute-
highlights rather than abridge-;
ments but they re equally accept
able because of the impeccable
authenticity and the high musi musical
cal musical quality of the performances,
by the Vienna Opera and the Vi Vienna
enna Vienna Philharmonic under Bolim.
London's stereo techniques add
considerably (OS-25047 and
Jennie1 Tourel's newest record
is given over to the songs of
French and Italian Masters 'Dec 'Dec-Dieskau's
Dieskau's 'Dec-Dieskau's to the songs of Brahms
Also recommended: "Music of
Spanish Masters" Falla, Grana Grana-dos
dos Grana-dos and Albeniz played with
meaningful depth by the late Ar Ar-tur
tur Ar-tur Rodzinski conducting th e
Royal Philharmonic iCapi
WASHINGTON NE ) Jng secretary who hurried into a
Party sensation of the summer i
Mrs. rrans. juucxnoin, wue m i
Washington public relations
She recently got an extra-
short haircut and has started
wearing three different colored
wigs red, brunette and blond.
Here's how Mrs. bjuckhoiii
explains her decision to adopt
the offbeat nair siyie:
"1 took my 12-year-old son to
the barbershop the other day,
and he told the barber to give
him a crew cut.
"When I saw R I suddenly naa
the urge to get one too. So I
did, right there in the barber barbershop
shop barbershop When mv son saw how I
looked he started crying, 'You're
no longer a mother. Youre
"l know then I'd have to re
pair the damage. So
ietf-service elevator recently and
snapped: "Take me to the ground
.To her horror the man whom
she thought was the operator
turned out to be Sen. Ernest
But she felt even worse when
Grueninjr replied, "My dear girl,
I'm doing the best that I can."
Turkish press attache Altemur
Kilic surprised friends recently by
revealing himself to be a his historian.
torian. historian. His first book, titled "Turkey
and the World" has just been pub published
lished published and is reported to be
one of the most complete histo histories
ries histories of his native land ever writ
ten. The research and writing
took mm five years to complete
But what amazes his pals even
1 bought more is mat tie s also a budding
novelist. Altemur has just
started a yarn about the Turkish
Maxwell Tay!w, retiring I Army in Korea
Armv Chief of Staff, tells of see
ing an officer's efficiency rating
report which concluded with the
"This officer is often confused
when given conflicting orders."
Taylor wrote on the report:
"Not suited for duty in Washington."
tra and singing ensemble direct directed
ed directed by Lehman Engel (ColuVbia
Herewith find solution to Sunday Crossword pu
ale No. 795, published today.
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TERESTED COMEDIAN IS EAGER TO DO GAT
Most powerful drink guzzled
here this year was the punch
served at a recent dinner for
Peter Heering, the Danish li liqueur
queur liqueur manufacturer. He is best
known for his sweet, red concoc concoction
tion concoction called Cherry Heering.
The punch looked, smelled and
tasted like Cherry Heering. What
didn't add up was that it had
the kick of a boilermaker.
It wasn't until one determined
guest managed to keeo the bar
tender in focus while he refilled
the punch bowl that the prob
lem was solved.
The punch was half vodka and
half cherry liqueur, poured over
a cake of ice to give it a chill.
Reddest face in town belongs to
an impatient Senate office build-
By CO FITZOERALD
If you recently purchased
35mm camera with interchange
able lenses and you think youve
readv for a wide-ancle or tei
nhoto lens, there are a few things
If your camera has a 50mm
(two-inch) focal-length lens but
vou feel vou need one with a
wider sween. vou may find the
answer in a 35mm medium wide
More ohotoeraphers buy the
wide sngle as a second lens thin
any other. In fact, some manu manufacturers
facturers manufacturers supply the 35mm wide-
angle lens on their cameras as
For nhotograDhers desiring a
iH11 wider angle, there are the
1mm. 25mm and the ultra-wide
next most popular focal
is the BSmm or 90mm le"
Is oarticularlv valuable
(hootine rowtrall or m-
S4ium closeiiD of d'rfant subjects
t comi.teienno'n eneci is aisu
esirabU when you make cari cari-A
A cari-A nWtires of neoole who ore
som distance away from the
T 135 mm teleohoto lens Is
eH nne uf mnt noDU'flr M
"al lengths Thi lens Is a bless
'na when wr s"ieet. is nevon
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vf range-finder focusing. Lenw
longer thn l3."mm reouire r
flex housings "nles vou own
single lens reflex, Camera.,'
Only person who's not excited
about his talent is his wife. Rea Reason
son Reason is that Altemur was once
night editor for an Istanbul
newspaper and doesn't like to
start writing until midnight
Mrs. Kilic complains that the
clacking of bis typewriter keeps
mur cracks, "the
novel or my wife."
I'm not sure
the most," Alte-
hero of my
At a going sway party in his
honor, Greek press attache John
A. Tzunis modestly protested
when Australian press officer R.
C. Maley presented him with a
medal. "But you deserve it," Ma Maley
ley Maley said.
It wasn't until then the Tzu Tzunis
nis Tzunis looked at the medal closely.
On it was the picture of a naked
little man and the inscription, "I
an a magnificent human being."
Even th longest-winded Wash Washington
ington Washington masters of ceremony
must take a second breath when whenever
ever whenever they introduce Treasury
Department official Robert Jolin
and his wife at banquets.
The complete introduction al always
ways always goes like this:
"And now I'm proud to pre present
sent present Chief of the Basic Permit
and Trade Practice Branch of
the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax
Division of the United States
Treasury Department, Mr. Rob Robert
ert Robert O. Jolin and Mrs. Jolin."
What are the advantages of a1
component hit;n fidelity musicsys musicsys-tem
tem musicsys-tem over a "packaged" set or
console? What are the advantage
of a "package," of a component
These questions were pui 10 one
of the biggest manufacturers ot
components and one of tne oig oig-gest
gest oig-gest manufacturers of packaged
units in the country.
The case for the high fidelity
"package" will be carried here
later, Joseph N. Benjamin, pres president
ident president of the Institute of High Fi
delity and of the Bogen Fresto
Division of Siegier corporation,
presents this case for compo components:
nents: components: "Only with components do you
get highest quality performance
plus the freedom to exercise your
personal preferences. High fidel fidelity
ity fidelity is a highly individualistic mat matter,
ter, matter, depending on your listening
tastes, your needs and vour
"When you buy components,
you get precisely what you pay
for. Dollar for dollar of 'sound'
value, components are the bet better
ter better buy. Mass-produced 'packag 'packag-ed'
ed' 'packag-ed' sets may be all right If it's
wood, not sound you are intcicst intcicst-ed
ed intcicst-ed in.
"Obviously, you cannot nave
the same performance quality
and fancy cabinetry for the same
price thai you would pay to top
performance quality alone. If you
want your custom high fidelity
components in a cabinet, you can
have them installed at relatively
"But the discriminating buyer
will want to know what he is pay paying
ing paying for; how much for perform
ance quality, how much for ca
binetry how much for DuiKy snip snip-ment
ment snip-ment costs.
Flexib.lity is another Impor
tant ., advantage of component
high fidelity. Unlike most 'pack
aged-sets, components are ne ne-signed
signed ne-signed for the future as well as
for the present. There is no ouilt ouilt-in
in ouilt-in obsolescense in components.
"For' the owners of monopiion monopiion-lc
lc monopiion-lc component systems, conver
sion to stereo presents no prob
lems Basicahr it simply means
the -addition of a stereo cartridge
second amplifier and another
kxmdspeaker, all of which can be
nasily connected into the existing
system ifl a matter of minutes.
r"Fer the owner of a 'packaged'
set, however, conversion to stereo
is considerably more involved
and costly and may mean scrap
ping tne entire set.
' Another point to remember
about component flexibility is
adaptability to fit your own space
and decor. Most components will
easily fit on any bookshelf, nom
divider or table top and do not
consume huge chunks of valu .Me
flooi spice Today s high fidelity
components, styled by leading de de-sigeners,
sigeners, de-sigeners, are clean, compact units
whose eye appeal match their oar
"Also, component producers in
general are small, highly special
ized companies dedicated to the
proposition that it is better to
make limited quantities of a pro product
duct product of which they can be oroud
rather than to flood the market
with equipment that is all shell
find little substance.
It is no accident that profess on-
al studio equipment, specified by
engineers and musicians, is sup supplied
plied supplied by manufactuers of high fi fidelity
delity fidelity components.
"Lastly, today's components
have been designed to simplify in installation
stallation installation Your dealer will .-vll
you a system which can be plug plugged
ged plugged together and operating in a
matter of minutes and requires
"Also, many people take pride
in their own accomplishment.
The fine reproduction obtained
from 'a component system which
they themselves have assembled
is a source of great satisfaction.
"And of course comoonents are
equipped with a variety of con-
trola which enable you to adjust
to any situation and suit vour own
listening taste. This is part and
parcel of component quality."
The person who wishes vou oil
the happiness in the world isn t
necessorily being very generous.
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MEN OF THE GUATEMALAN and US Armies listen whil Gen. Ydi goras explain a point to Gen. Gaither.
(Continutd from Pag 3)
Chief of the USAF Mission to Gua Guatemala,
temala, Guatemala, and Col Nicholas E. P
wel, CAIRC -Chief of Staff, atten
ed the ceremony as distinguished
yests. ' '- :
TSo President and his oMsial
iarty that included Chief Justic
prpsa Ahraham Cabrera Cruz. For
eign Minister Jesus Unda"Marilla
Cnief of protocol juuo sananrai.
Army Chief of Staff Lt. Col. Bh
cardo Orellana, and presidential
aide Col, Itaul Reyna tosal; wer
entertained at the Commander ht
Chief's residence following vam
honors cermony. .
Th visit bv Oen. Ydisoras Y
tnrnprl a pall made bv Gen. Gaitfty
er. last November on a, visit
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curing ms visu, general iuisw
ras was accorded official honors
by Panamanian autnormes amp
also by other -United states ora
cials when he visited the Canal
lujva. jiv Tina t 1 . r
by Acting Governor McElheny anf
made a partial transtt-i tnt
He and his party transited Ui
Canal from the north end of Mira
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fores Locks to Gamboa aboard
the crane boat Atlas. Be was also
given a briefing in Spanish by Lt
Col. B. D. Brown, Engineering and
Construction Director ot. the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal.
. He also visited the preliminary
work; ion the $20,000,000 bridge at
Balboa, the National Institute and
the University of Panama, prior
to his call on the Caribbean Cum Cumin
in Cumin and, . ..
The 62-year-old Chief 'Executive
las held office since' March 1358
when he was sworn in for an-eight-year
erm. In addition to his mili military
tary military training, Gen. Ydigoras is a
graduate of the School of Engi Engineering
neering Engineering of the University of San
Carlos, thus qualifying himself as
a civil engineer,
He lived in exile during the pro pro-communist
communist pro-communist regime of .President
Jacobo Arbenz and is reportedly a
atrong supporter, of the revolu revolution
tion revolution that was led' by Col. Castillo
President Ydigoras wound op
sis three-day state visit to Pana Panama
ma Panama Monday night at a reception
in which he decorated President
Ernesto de la Guardia with the
Order of the Quetzal.
Accompanied by his daughter,
Mrs. Carmeh Ydigoras McGarvie
Munn, and official party, he hft
for Guatemala Tuesday morning
aboard the special Guatemalan
Airways 4-motor plan'e in which
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the top of (he stairs are military commanders; Maj. Gen. Truman H. Undon, Maj. Gen. Charles L. Dasher Rear Adm. Lewis S.
farxs; ana eng. uen. james w. uouns, uariDDean uommana uniei Vl
GEN. GAITHER, host of the reception tendered for Gen. Ydigoras,
is shown flhiivc at hio nnnrtpra nn thp Vnat nf Onarrv fffiphts with
DISCUSSING MATTERS OF MUTUAL INTEREST are Gen. Landon, Gen. Ydigoras and Guatemalan Adm. Parks and Panama's Chief of Protocol Camilo Levy Salcedo.
Ambassador to Panama, Col. Marco jirelio Merita
Gen. Dasher is in the background.
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