The Panama American


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


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
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COU3MELLORS of 1955 Cross roadI Boys State, which winds up at Ft. Gulick this weekend.
From left to right, they are: 4
DAVID MELAMED a member of the U.S. Army, assigned to Headquarters of the 764th
- AAA Battalion at.Fert Davis. He is a graduate of Harvard College, Class Of 1951, and of the
Harvard Law School, class of 1954. His home is in Newark, New Jersey.
STUART M. GUSTIN, from New York City He is a graduate of Upsala College, receiving
his B.A. degree there in 1953,. and has also studied at Rutgers Universlty and the New School of
Social Research In New York City. In. the in:port-expor; business in civilian life, he is now a
member of the U.S. Army, serving _t Port Kobbe in the Army's Information and Education pro-
DONALD R. TAYLOR, revived his BA. degree in 1953 from Princeton University and pur-
sued further studies toward M.A. degree at the University of Colorado. He has also attend-
ed the University of Costa 1l lihmer school. A native of Denver, Colorado, where he taught
high school, he Is now a mefe tr o athe U.S. Ai my stationed at Fort Kobbe, where he is an ad-
ministrative specialist in off I ,'.reods.
THOMAS ROBB. receiydv.1his .. degree in Music Education in 1953 from the ltate Uni-
versity Teachers College _at i OW Y drk, nd did graduate work at the Universy at. New
Mampstl ,.He Ua l04t Bridgewater Central Secool n;klUt water,
New York. From- Bra3, VeTmont; l k' ng in the U.S. Army a6 assist t Onductor
and first flutist with the,, 03r DLvialopn .and a FortClayton.
LARRY A. SHOOK is a native of Los Angeles, CAllbrnia. He attended John Muir College
for two years and t e University ,of California at.Santa.Barbara where he was a Physical Edu-
c.6ion and Scientcef duatl-ir Wl Now. hN. I my. be Is the no-qn0ssled
7".. *h-dutY Itn he C I Zone '.;-
T 1ANZAaO graduated from Cri lHih Iho in 1954 and has completed a
year f study at the niveratty of PloDrda'r at anesvile where he is majoring In Pasychology.
He has been an act 'participant In the affairs of student government throughout his educa-
tional career.

Wheeler Whips Tucker

As Boss Of Boys Sfafe

Kenneth R. Wheeler was e- senteda is program for consia-
lected Governor of Crossroads eration by the law- makers.
Boys State on the Nationalist He asked, in part, that the Le-
Party ticke.. -defeating David gislature take steps to have fu-
Tucker. tbe. Feeralist candi- ture Girl and Boy Crossroads
date in a loem-race. State programs held Jointly;
That widespread publicity -be
At the same time NaN list given Crossroads Boys State.
James Reece wor the L4teeant and that a teerr-age league be
Governofthip contest and thbr established.
Nationalist candidates for office
came horde wtinein. The Governor then left the
Jack MacKil ws elected At- Legislature. to their work and
torney Gerfnera Charles Fears returned to the Governor's Man-
Secretary of Stae nd Tim Hotz slon, where he announced' the
Treasurer-Au4,I.o appointment of Joseph Caratini
The Governortlebh and oth- as Chief Justice of the Supreme
er successful caizrdates took Judicial Court of Crossroads.
their oaths of oftjie In ceremo- In the session of the Cross-
nies at the Croalroads State roads House of Representatives
capitol before t -a led which' followed, Dorman Fulton
enmenry Vib r4 i was elected Speaker on the sec-
Sond ballot, defeating Kaiser Be-
paht got !=9irtt def edid the zan.
C sJit DU p De Uited The new Speaker, after con-
Stanes l 4 'Ct* oBoads Boys ferenoes with close advisers, ap-
State, the e .. Gornor ad- pointed committee chairmen
drease d joint essiof the and members to process legisla-
Cerad glura pre- tion, and as bills were intro-
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duced on the floor, referred
them to the proper committe-.1
Several bills to effect the .ov-
ernor's program were aIAong
those Introduced. Widespread
support for H.R. I was evident.
HR. 1 is entitled, "An Act To
Provide That Subsequent Cross-
roads Girl and Boy State J. -
gams Be Conducted Jointly salg
gether, and For Other Pur-
Quick approval by the Com-
mittee on internal Affairs and
the whole House is expected for
this measure. Its appeal appears
to transcend party lines and not
a whisper in opposition was
heard by cloakroom eavesdrop-
During their busy day, the
Boys Staters gave close atten-
tion to a talk by Col. Howard
Hastings, staff judge advocate,
USARCARIB. oh the functions
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Two Panamanian sisters on
whose testimony hinges the Ca-
nal Zone rape trial against a
Fort 'Iobbe soldier said today
that they would not testify a-
Speaking for both of them.
the older of the sisters who were
Involved with two soldiers, said
"We'd like this morbid busi-
ness to be finished once and
for all. We will definitely not
appear to testify."
Questioned in the seclusion of
her home, the pretty, dark-hair-
ed girl, who Is 24 years old,
seemed calmer than when she
appeared in U.S. District Court
a little over a week ago as pro-
secuting witness against Vernon
0. Helton who was found guilty
of battery, fined $100 and sen-
tenced to 30 days in jail.
Yesterday, both girls went to
the Balboa Police Station, she
Maid today in order to offer their
"protestations." She explained
that they were motivated to re-
turn to the station because they
wanted it clearly understood
that they would not appear In
court again.
"Once was enough," the old-
er sister said todoy. And the
mother, who sat quietly by and
listened, although she was vis-
ibly still upset, added that she
would never have offered police
what turned out to be govern-
ment exhibits of torn dresses
a"n nderclothes it s he b had
would be like.

"/I I knew then what I know
now, I would have prohibited
them from going to court in
the first place," she astled.
Thursday, when it was learned
in court that the girls had re-
fused to appear to testify a-
gainst Sgt. William J. Mitchell,
charged with raping the young-
er sister, who is 21. Judge Outh-
rie F. Crowe issued subenas for
the girls to appear.
Yesterday, when the pair vis-
ited Balboa Court, Deputy Mar-
shal Peter H. Brennan was no-
tified, but by the time he ar-
rived, to serve them, the girls
had left.
In District Court Thursday,
defense counsel Woodrow de
Castro objected to the District
Attorney's motion for dismis-
sal on grounds that not all
means had been exhausted for
getting the witnesses to court.
He felt that should the girls
change their minds. Mitchell
could be tried by a military
court which deals more severe-
ly with rape than does the Ca-.
nal Zone Code.
The Judge appointed two Ca-
nal Zone detectives, Juan Cas-
orla and Carlos Garcia to inter-
view the girls again in an at-
tempt to convince them to an-
pear in court on July 5 when
Mitchell's case is scheduled to
be called.
But from all indications, they
were remaining adamant in
their refusal to appear.
"Nobody cah force us to go
there," she said.

Rldgway Is Named

Mellon Insltule's

Board Chairman

Word has reached the Isthmus
by mail that Gen. Matthew B.
Rldgway, former commander-
in-chief, Caribbean "command.
has been named chairman of
the board of trustees Of the Mel-
lon Institute of Industrial Re-
Gen. Ridgway, now. 60. is the
retire Army chief ol staff. He
is endg hb Armey career June
The announcement of Ridg-
way's new appointment was
made In Pittsburgh by Richard
K. Mellon, a ,member of the
board and a son of Richard B.
Mellon, a founder of the insti-


Walkingest Mann Sports

Red Beard, Lade i w. e

If you're looking for cheap
transportation, and are tired of
airplane fares fluctuating every
week-talk to the man with the
You're bound to bump Into
him some day this week.tramp-
ina along the highways of Pan-
ama' or the Canal Zone. His dis-
tinguishing. characteritUc is a
bright red beard, and an equal-
ly hairy undraped chest.
For someone who says he's
just out to have a vacation, Io-
wa-born John Mann seems to
be working hard. Exactly 17
months ago he began his walk-
ing tour of Central and South
America, from Mexico and ex-
pects to spend two more years
reaching his destination in Ar-
The trouble there, will be over
long before he. arrives, so the
recent revolt stories perturb him
not at all. His main problems
now are shoelnz himself and his
beast of burden. iend burro.
he claims, has used up 24 shoes.
he demolishes a pair a-mmoth.
While in David two weeks ago.
the red-headed hiker who has
been attracting attention in ev-
ery Interior village on the way,
found out they don't shoe hors-
es up there.
Leaving the shoeless burro
with kind National Guards-
men, Mann departed via chiva
into Panama City, purchased
the necessary nails, and rode
back to David to shoe the ani-
mal. Then he began the "short
hike" into Panama City a
matter of 336 miles.
A hardy soul, the 26-year-old
former Korean veteran attri-
butes his stamina to his early
leatherneck training. Although
he walks as much as 16 hours a
-day, he never acquires blisters
on his feet and says he hasn't
gotten tired since he began his
"Ehaustion is due to pe%,vie
rushing around." He believes
one of the reasons he doesn't
feel tired is he's in na hurry.
His burro seems to have the
same philosophy. Loaded down
with typewriter (Mann expects
to write a book when his wan-
derings are ever), a 16 mm mov-
ie camera, tripod. Ikop camera.
plus three complete changes of
clothes, the animal never oem-
Good natured at all times, he
nibbles out of his bag of corn

slung over his' back, chews on
grass-or on nothing at all. ac-
cording to the owner. He's rath-
er conservative in his tastes be-
cause when several children ran
up to offer him a julcy mango,
he refused to be tempted.
All along the dusty, and
sometimes m u dd y, interior
roads the red-bearded rustic
and his travelling companion
caused natives to leave their a-
dobe huts to gape. They were
generally surprised at Mann's
fluent knowledge of Spanish
and often even more surprised
when nighttime came, to see
him drag out his Jungle ham-
mock and bed down for the
While walking his way
through Costa Rica, John fig-
ures he lost close to $200. be-
cause although his burro is
good-natured he also seems to
be discerning.

Since a burro apparently is
a rare animal in those parts,
several townspeople wanted to
the service.
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WASHINGTON, June 18 (UP) ,I1 vrobe
a long time before the three Amerieas J .
freed by the ChQnese Reds learn whether
secuted when, and if, they return to this eustry.u
They were among 21 Americans who chose Cosi
nism after the Korean war.
A Defense Department official uudi today th.e
faced a long process of homecoming- ad ultimate,
countability for their acts as prisoners of war."
Nofreed bythe ing ay come f it, or something Ipy coM
all the cases," the official said.
An gaio Ill-be

An aetltion wil be
launched' the Army.
The Deense Department will
review the findings and, since
all are now civilians, the De-
partment q Justice will have to
agree t prosecution under-
takenae official explained.
In Ys. cases, the official
said, minor offenses are Ignor-
ed, but It fqlonies are involved,
prosecution will follow.
Diplomats In London today
considered Red China's release
of U.N. soldiers a further
moY in t y of ges-

munist contribution far
short of the expected reeng
by the Ppin govern~pst of
ths stillh.impr oned ericanlC
Pelping's decision appeared to
stem from recent mediation
moves of Indian special envoy
V. K. Krishna Menon and his
call for "gestures" on both sides
to ease the political atmos-
The diplomacy of gestures is
to set the stage for formal ne-
gotiations on a Formosa cease-
fire, according to the current
mediation strategy, informed
sources said.

Straight A

ATLANTA. June 18 (UP)-"A"
stood for Alice Montgomery. 15,
today. She surrendered the first
letter of the alphabet through a
Alice was baby sitting at
Thomaston last Sunday ard
teaching her small charges the
alphabet with small plastic
block letters.
She stuck the A In her mouth,
sneezed and swallowed it.

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erators. of the glat
stranded -Ip port by a .'
strike that has tied up 10
Atlantic liners.
Injunctions also were
on five strike leaders at
Capt. Donald Sorrell,
of the 81.237-ton liner, at
details of the complata
charged the seamen, "bell
fully engaged, did wilfUl
pute the lawful commaw
board the 8.8. Queen Ma
Maximum penaly for a
ofense Is one month's
oament and forfeiture
days' pay. '
Capt. Sorrell's dIsobi
charge fell somewhat a
mutiny, which his a hang
But it marked the staj
"et tough" dri by I
Lnet, wch now has hal
,tcan tiiuo M4fleet d
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tary draft as .w D g a
work M 7iia inenC i

Most Successful Cancer Fu Dr
Most Successful Cancer Fund Dr

Ever Held R
In one of the most successful
campaigns of its kind ever held
in the Canal Zone, $17,717.65
has been contributed to the Ca-
nal Zone Cancer Fund for 1955,
Leonard M. Brockman, chair-
man of the drive, announced
The amount contributed this
year exceeded by more than $6,-
000 the amount received in any
one of the four previous years.
The Canal Zone Cancer Com-
mittee, directly associated with
the American Cancer Society,
was organized in 1951 and since
that time an average of slightly
over $11,000 has been contribut-
ed each year.
The unusually successful drive
this year was attributed by
Brockman to the spontaneous
generosity of the public, the
leadership of the various chair-
men and the work of the large
corps of volunteer solicitors.

po rated By .Z Chair
The results of this year's Can- e
cer Crusade to raise funds toA t 'or S h
aid cancer victims and to for- x W OMB
ward the research program were the
announced following the receipt chairman. A total.
Friday afternoon of contribu- was rece~ j.I
tions totaling $4,014.66 from the Fund =b1I
U.S. Army Caribbean. The cam- the. 'a bt
paign chairman also announced ,
Saturday a contribution of $200 a P r S*
from Orchid Chapter, No.
the Order of Eastern Star til n
was one of the largest indcvd- yeg7
ual contributions of the eam.* to over $2,000,
paign from any source. weU n 0 thwoe of a

An unusual feature of the 1955
Cancer Crusade In the Canal
Zone was the fact that contri-
butions from all sources were
considerably higher than in pre-
vious years The amount con-
tribute* by the UBARCARIB,
second only to the $8,794.47 re-
ceived from Panama Canal em-
ployes, was almost double that
of any previous year.

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founded In 1913 by A. W. and R. .
B. Mellon...
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air ra* sad the wulkb eaud a &40 mb' .0
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tof theftIo n a blinding flesh, as o"it w idwt
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daest froeM belnk ti first here in the lihe for ofoei and
douginut. five'imes a day, and indicated that I should
hurry home aid try and gt in that ol pay queue, abut
one a week. Civilian money, that would t
New er have gt a firm enough grip on enough of tnm
stuff to sort out the reason for that wild laughter with
which theydispatohed me In search-of same.
Meantime, Ilts get back to Balboa's 4tom bomb, you
oruffy bunch.
When finally I plucked up courage to emerge from
my deep shelter (that was around lunch time Thursday
I was hungry) I came upon all aorta of old shroodtof
nowiprint. This proved to be portions of Thoe Panama
American which people had wrapped around themselves
as protection from radiation and Information.
It said there on those pieces of paper tKat1 viewed
from the deep shelter of the segregated refuges In the
Balboa clubhouse, it seemed theor were smii guys
over by the Balboa post office not botherlngeo Intawert
themselves in the test at all, but just standing found.
Moaning a bit, maybe, about the state of the mall sorting.
I slow the narrative only to reveal the running
stratagem adopted in the Balboa clubhouse and theater- a
raid shelters.
So as the Russian who spell English sideways n-v
will have no clue as to what may be going on in the
target area, the powers that be in the Can Zone civil
defense system have hit on a couple of highly original code
names insofar as the shelters are concerned.

One of these words is "Ladies" and the other is
"Gentlemen." There ar a couple the Russians have never
got wind of, I'll bet you one ruptured trouble.
Anyhow, I was wrestling around among the grocery
wrappings which enon were a wondrous Panama American,
and I oame upon the information about the, characters
at the Balboa post office, and in other localities, who were
too wise altogether to take any notice of the air raid
They knew too much about the whole thing for it to
be worth their while practising a
Well, It is sometimes said that this wretched piece
of reading is a little hard on one character and another.
The suggestion Is that all should be wetness and light,
except maybe where Fuerza and Luz has whipped out the
meter. That'* my place "
So, in the cause of sweetness and light, I hereby hope
that.when and if the real thbomb ever comes, it knocks off
thoee too-smart characters who won't take shelter, and
That iit edkg thaif off god and clean and pd*Anels.
BScaus- If it only dents thiiei a bit, thbefwbitd be&'V
possibility that they, would wriggle round on the road a bit,
making some sort of a bid for the first aid team's attention.
Now this business about the people with the plasma
being the first aid team, that's not quite right. First, as in
initial, aid consists of removing oneself from the possibility
of peril.

Like checking whether there's a woman driver within,
three miles, before you take a chance on a pedestrian
OAd if these operators who were altogether too wise,
to bother to play air raids,, when the siren .ient off, are-
too sophisticated to Seak shelter, then it ist my profound'
hope that the first aid teams are too simple to try to pick
them up from among the pieces of post office.
Abiding, however, by the sweetness with which tI,
have been advised to garnish the curresit column, I would
hope most earnestly that thee non-shelterers don't bleed
too much in the dyin process.
Because I would not like the *t*i*cher bearers to be
slowed for a moment through Ulipping in the non-shelter.,
ers' blood.
On account of the fact, that there is every chance, no,
matter how hard we try, that there will be quite some ca-
sualties among the folk who do their best to protect them.
selves, and get a little out-atomed despite thi.t
And there is no moral, ethical or bumping.right that
entitles any fool who has been too much- of a.wise guy
to aide from, a bomb, to have any sort of priority of the
services of a first aid team. -
First aid, and all the succor the community can offer,
should go to those who have gone alorg wit the com-
munity rules, who have done their best to help themselves
by abiding by the best precautions that officialdom has

These are rthe people in the shelter, and in the
ditches, and the folk who are not too smart to think the
air raid tests which taught them to get to those shelters

t is the purpose of this treaties on kindness and
understanding -to suggest that all the crumbs who didn't.
bother to take shelter in the Canal Zone Wednesday, when
they had been well warned beforehand what the exercise
involved, get themselves knocked off good. and quick if
and when the fissionable atom starts its antics here-

Then the first aid team, and the rest of the olvik
defense system, will be able to devote its strenuous
efforts to helping those who tried to help themselves.
So, as I set out to do, I have nothing but brief kind.
ness to offer those who I may. at an unperceptive glance,
appear to be criticizing. My 'acolade to their majesti

Thus they wIN not impede the retrieving and repair.
of thee whose genuine efforts to try to help themsevee
have been sH oy- unheryed by uranium.
Further to the spirit of sweetness and understanding.
I would abeoly from ali such aritlolem as I may appear

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n the picture. as if to expo every weather to
There is ho ir.
if thAee does i mr dohteliss, the lng.
SS th ge) la a or SNO, birds.
V tJfwe 4kn W Lm bthint Most birds
to t' the whtKspld mut lmatet or on
ive ortrt. Abe wte.p-such as t ducks-
O .be en ha oiv gol dla.heIr skin
.&t Wwtatra W h Serve to kw p their Pum-
1 ae iM- nst aimeng ag e asud uA to Sed the wa-
dug and wdes ea l of all. tor. The cormorants apparently
A 'few 'an say be seen laek this coavfist physical at-
oedIng Muteg any given tribute.
atntth of AflaiUe eft; In Gat--
un Lake the may be found Breed ,. llnds
pmre tam dad tos of I
I drowned trees o on the channel Although.I have sever seen an
hos- actual nest of the Olivaceous
I And on the Pacifle side they cormorant I am certain they
te always into evidence-on the breed on the Islands and rocky
1 rocks at Old Punama, along te stretches of coastlne, probably
Panama City waterfront on the placing their eggs en the ground
shark net at Ainaddr Beach. or of a ledge or ,lf.
fly In great flocks over the In passing some of the Islands
I Say. on Panama Bay while -fishing I
have many thnes heard the pe-
Theyre Not Ducks culiar grunting noise made by
this bird, reminding one of a
I Coimorants are unusual birds pig, and have seen them ta k e
in many respects. At e a sua I flight in great numbers from the
glance they look somewhat like steep shoreline of Taboguilla Is-
ducksin fact I have many land.
times heard them referred to as
S"fish ducks." When they start off they u-
sually drop down close to the
But actually they are more water,- a habit referred to by
closely related to the pelicans, W. V. Alexander in his "Birds of
for like the latter they are gre- the Ocean" when he says they
serious, fish-eating birds with "cannot fly without first wetting!
Sfuly-webbed feet set far back on their tails."
the body, and a long bill with
'a hooked tip. Nuptial Plumage
They even have a rudimentary
pouch beneath their bill, d ull It would be interesting to know
yellow in color, but of course just when and where Our cor-
nowhere nearly as well devel- morants do breed. This shouldn't
oped as the pelican's big fish- be too difficult to- find out f o r
basket. '* someone who has a boat to get
to the places they congregate.
Underwater When in nuptial plumage the
adults of the Olivaceous Cormo-
r Cormorants are remarkable rant are.generally glossy black,
divers and swimmers. They can but have the -sides of the face
easily pursue and. overtake fish and neck white, a tuft of white
underwater. feathers on each side of t he
Once while skin di v in g I head, and scattered White feath-
watched a cormorant dive to a ers on the neck.
depth of over twenty feet, chase They nest in colonies, and
a mullet for several yards and their nesting places w o u I d be
capture it without iny trouble. well marked iby guano. Most cor-
It brought the fish to the sur- morants breed throughout t h e
face to swallow it. year. I wonder if ours does too?
The fact that cormorants must.
surface in order to eat is capi- Long Lines
talized on by Japanese fisher-
men who use tame cormorants '/The long lines of cormorants
to do their skin-diving for theme flying over Panama Bay is a
They place a ring around the un familiar sightto residents of the
fortunate bird's neck to keep the Pacific side.
fish from slipping down and then No one could possible estimate
just take the fish away from how many birds there are a-
them as,Athe cormorants round they Bayr A fair idea can
bring them up. be had by watching their perio-
dic mass flights up and down
Must Dry Feathers
It seems rather peculiar that
,. ecor .n a ghn a.U LIVER TONIC
the cornw t,, although well a-. N

a'phltage thtis not very 'w* burn' hbilache.,
torproof and must be dried n blemishes, S t OAON
out frequently. from your chemslt today.
One can often see cormorants M tMtN in a real ton th
perched with their wings and todw and tees.l bee tomoArowT

everse rqt samern

:c I. ''t tnl tie 5M0
er d Wtl.amns. 80, has re-
erse the tena.
t iJaItal amthe ld floor
% the Birtenbae u"ld5 h
f hM uller ort"aer %ne-
tu of B Are~ s. She started
enting under treat-gragsatb
George then under his son Henry
then Henry's son,* George. and
inly under George's son, Henry,
-And the association has beeMr
peasant, She is not paying much
ore now than she did when she
first moved in.
the shore where they are often
seen in flocks of a thousand or
Flight of 15,000
On the ninth of February of
t his year George Goldstein and
were at Venado Beach, stand-
ing on the sand spit' which at low
tide connects the mainland with
the little offshore islet and saw
thousands of these birds stream-
ing by headed up.the coast
SThey were only a few feet off
the water and the flight veered
up only slightly and parted a
little to pass us where we stood.
The birds passed in almost so-
lid ranks for over forty-five min-
utes and we estimated conserva-.
tively that there were approxi.
mately 1500 a minute crossing
the sand spit. Which meant that
there were well over fifty thou-
sand cormorants in t ha t one
flight! I

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Amhdor Beach. The boys were brought to the beach by the
Berhlemite Sisters of the Asijo on invitation of the Amador
Officer' Wives Club. Thuy were treated to a lunch of hot dogs.
potato chips, ice cream, cake and lemonade. The outing Is
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women do not take longer than Sizes go from 36 to 44.
men to shop for clpthes. But worn- Tall girl styles are for the 5' 9"
en do stay lb clothing stores long. and taller girl. Sizes run from 10
er. Reason: Women's clothing si.- to 20.
as fall into so many groups that For shorter (5' 5" and less) and
the fitting-and-trying on process more plump woman, there are
can be a great time waster, half-sies. Short waist and shorter,
Wise .shoppers, however, will fuller lines are found in sizes 12 ,
figure out their size groups in ad-: to 26k-.
*SXace and then shop from tbat -I
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cording to figure. height and age. oc
The groups: Brief, JoUnir, sisses,
tall girl. women's and women's' /A I I fl
half-sizes. '.-V 1.Jonah .A/nt
The "*brief" size is for the slim
girl or woman 5' 5" or shorter.I
This is a short-watsated style .with Mother of the bride and mother
more full ess threigh the boom of the groom are positions that
and walst. Sizes go from A to 30. Many matgur* women will be as-
Young girls and matreas 5'. 4" sum4pg this selmon. Many worn-
to 5' 6" fall Into the Jn foren feel it 'was I m pler to go;
group. "This.tyle is short-w is through a wedding as a bride thanI
ed w A ika mal, high bustle adume one of these touchy, de-
Sizes go from 5 to 17. mnding roles.
Misses styles are for the slim: Tact and acquiescence to t he
and medium figure--5' 5" to ~' bride's Wishes are all important!
V" and ksies run from 10 to 10. In the selection of what to wear.
Womes's styles are for the lull- If she has a color scheme she
-wishes carried out all the way.
it's best to bow to her desires!
Than to' protbt that burgundy
looks terrible on you P
-if the in-lilws-to-be haven't met
__ each other, discussion, by mail or'
phone, of What each is going tol
wear is a good opening to getting;
If Baby is slated for his injee- Probably -the most important!
tions according to your state law, single factor to keep in mind is'
they will probably be .given in that this is the young people's
three dose a month apart. Don't wedding. Many relatives whom m
fret about his remembering what' you have not seen for a lono time
happened last time. Babies this I will probably be present. Even
young don't remember an uncom-1 though they are eager to gossip
portable shot over five minutes, with you. they are ostensibly pres-
according to the doctors who give ent to honor the bride and groom.
them. Keep the family chatter until aft-
er the newly-weds have left.
A Baby who hai'rebelled at the Kindness and graciousness are,
Insulting thought of water min a y of course, important qualities for,
begin to get cranky as the days this occasion. It is a good Idea to'
grow hot. Offer him water again; keep in mind, therefore, that that
e may be thirsty. In many cases, loud, obnoxious man may -be the
a Baby over a year finds that favorite uncle of your new son or
water is just what he wants. I daughter-in-law. Keep caustic re-
I marks to yourself to ease your
Baby learns to drink from a ,child's way into good relations
cup a sip at a time. He will con- with his or her in-laws.
tinue to drink at this pace f or Try to enjoy yourself, it's be-
some time. As long as you're hold.- coming. If this is impossible under
Ing the cup for him, be sure he the nerve-wracking circumstance,
doesn't get too much for one gulp, remember that it will soon be o-
or it may cause him to cough or ver and you can rest your fee t
let it run down his chin. and your tired face muscles.

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BY GAILE DUGAS with a controlled suds detergent, courts. Spend a little time over
NEA Women's Editor have made the care of an all-white the iron at home for the white or-
wardrobe a cinch. Travel suit, or- gandy blouses, the full skirts, the
NEW YORK (NEA) -For sum- Ion sweater, polished cotton, or- crisp shorts.
mer flattery, the dazzle of white gandy and the knit cotton T-shirt
against a tanned .akin makes a all go into the machine, come out If you're iitrliged by the idea
combination difficult to top.' snowy white and need very little of an. al.%te wardrobl; for this
But maintaining the w h it e touching up with an iron a ft e r~ meri n es to al-
wardrobe has made many a galithey're washed. JOY o- a es them
shy away from the notion a ndi For a vacation, pick white fash- up (or dowrl) with accessories in
pick colors not so flattering that ions that need no ironing at all black,.. white or vivid color (red,
were easy on the upkeep. unless you are handy with a tray- hot ink, yellow). Make the White
The advent of the so called el iron and don't begrudge time do its dramatic best for your
miracle fib e r s in combination 'away from the pool or tennis tmI spth skin.

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If your wife asks you help I a aMe t
her do'lou take It seriously .enough t really fry b e
help?. Or'dd you dismiss it with an relatedd. "Cant'ypu figure
that out for yourseWf" .
If your wife gets a crumpled fender on t fm car, you
treat it lik an accident that could have e to ,on,
even you, instead of assuminlg that it was 'entr r ft?
When your wife Isa dressed to go to a party and obviou*ri lan't
very hapoy about the way she looks do you tell her low pretty
she looks?
Don't dismiss these questions lightly. The way you answer
them may not mean mucr. to you. But whether or not. you give
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Fairies, of course, are ageless, riod of years. They knew he lived
and, for all we know, this parti- nearby, and soon their playmates
cular colony of fairies may have'could sense his presence too.
lived in that self-same spot forl
hundreds of years. But, had it not The stories Mrs. Nix told about
been for Mrs. Carl Nix and her him most often involved Little Boy
family, they might never h a v e (Larry) and Little Girl (Carl a),
been discovered, but other Austinites turned up in

ling trips at home in Montgomery, the aso.
SAlabama, but his real career as Some 20 years ago, when the
,t an outdoor cook began when, ly- depression was going great guns, These people and more turned
ing about his 17 years, he joined the Nixes with their youngsters up in bedtime stones told the chil-
Ih army in 1916. Larry and Carla lived in an old dren by their mother, and, as
house in Austin, where a Carla and La grew up, other
NECESSITY AND UNCLE SAM furniture store is now. There were children began oe ,demand them.
WERE HIS TEACHERS other residences all about, and Mothers appreciated them too, for
the family had a garden, rdie with each story inloded, somewhere,
In training camp on the Arizo. flowers and with trees. I bits of happy philosophy.
na desert near the Mexican bor-
der he had his first battle: the As the depression dragged on, Larry Nix is now the father of
battle of the mess-kit. That was Mrs. Nix felt more and more that two children of his own, and he
the period when, on maneuvers, s the children of that day were fac- and his family live in Fort Wayne,
each soldier was given fifteen dol- ed with too many harsh realities, Ind. Carla is Mrs. Lester W. LiAd-
lars a month two handsftul of and she wished for a way to give, ner.
beans, his coffee and some corned 'at least her own two, another.
beef. The beans he learned to cook world where dreams came true. In-1940, Mr. Nix, an electrical
after soaking a n d hammering hecontractor, and his wife moved to
them, but r e insists that th o se And that was when Mrs. Nix the Panag a Canal Zone, where he
hmufi rst discovered a delightful fellow iq associated with the Gattun Hy-
fhard old beans md bh e of rtoays. Jefge Jimepvep Wll ls tohave W '. k h yseusaoo dmisn usr derm.o a u orP ima namedLittle Fairy. who Iives. 'do-Electric Plant, but they have
ble for his toothaches ofa =ay beaonrer lal t eov.r'Ti i 's ha e Jgeolea atit doe la oifnn ka w with his fairy friends, in the great, been back to Austin many times
nostalgia for thoe days when he pecan tree. since for vts
fought in f the o daly wthen exhe BY KAY SHERWOOD that uses up: :"Let's eat ou t- ing. That goes, too, for the out- i
can Campaign. He has kept h NEA Staff Writer doors?" From Pop to toddle a door cutlery, some items of which Little Fairy is a curious chap When Mrs. Nix returned to
old mess-kit for his son. "But Jim-s I they're convinced food tastes bet-' such as extra-long-handled forks:. who loves beautiful things and Aus this spring, she took
my will never have that kind of t e c Are oualla ter outdoors, so most home-mak.skewers and pancake turners, arelhates loud noises and manages to with r copiesof venile book
army experience," Jim remarked chorus you'll hear any day now' ers humor their wishes. more practical outdoors than their 1get into all sorts of interesting sit- the Little Fa Saw-the
half wistfully and half deprecat- .. kitchen counter-parts. uations. al Little Fairy stories, which
ngly. "Why they even served ice in it in the newfangled aluminum l~.i ig the back yard dining she and her children had had pub-
cream aT iteak in the jungle foil. Placed in his jungle oven, the sm shape is a fairly routine A trick that helps with post-din- Mrs. Nix told stories about him lished by Pageant Press so that
when I visit a camp near here -meat comes out tender, olean and a most cases. Maybe the ner cleaning up is to soap the un. to Larry and Carla over a pe- other children may enjoy them.
on maneuvers." ;juicy. His favorite is Perdft, a u O table needs a new coat dersides of outdoor cooking uten-.
It was after his mess-kit and, big grouse type bird that he shys of oarmsh. It's almost certain to ails before you cook. This really
rock-bean period that he went in is practically all white meat. Ta need a thorough scrubbing on top, seems to speed the removal of
for a more serious phase of out- pir, cut in steaks and grilled over bottom and sides. Benches take soot and grease after the hambur- -MH EL 'MINTe
door cookery. In IBM, after col- coals rates high on his list of jun- the sm.e treatment. If you stored gers are tried. And do keep uten- HE .U n." N
lege, he found himself in Hondu- 'gle delicacies., th i carefully last fall, it will sils and cooking forks or s atlas .
ras with United Fruit. Periodical- .re e little else than a stiff-together near the cooking center.
ly, hen he had saved enough, he AN ISLAND TALE brush scrubbing. If rust appears Paper plates and cupa simplify, The big beach cloche of straw all-white shoe, with a colored heel
w ld resign and take off on an on the grid, steel wool smooths it the outdoor sandwich lunch for serves the same purpose as a for your white piques and line.
exid ition to the Copan ruins. Jungle Jim never fails to have off again, the youngsters. But if they're the hood or a towel; Ft provides coyv-
Th re he and his companions a wonderful tale to tell. This is I have learned that it does pay roving kind who want to hike to!er-up. Made of lightweight straw
learned to live off the country, one of our favorites for it reserve certain utensils f orthe park for lunch. let them pack in brilliant colors. _ay tt a
sho ting wild ame Jim. San Bias (those mthcal isoutdoor cooking only. A he a v y lunch boxes and canteens or vsa, Thin, floaty cottons im pale ea-
Slands here be is always promis- metal griddle a skillet and an old 'eum bottles. dors o a pretty for summer. Pretty
NEW FANGLE CAMP ing to take me) coconuts, a cook, csmpfue-seasoned coffee pot, for Canteens and vaccum bottles, and cool. too.
CO ERY New York and a recipe. .Fran. example, will take kindl tolunused for months, may be mus- Bangles for the beach come in
T yf cis-co paddles eah b horning o tsdosooty, cookstove than wiD fan- ty. Wash them carefully under plastic that's immune to sand sun
SToday his.exp on a are fam-the isle ot' Ulichl Huala three clty e iPment. running water. Shake up within and water., Load up oun asn armful ,For summer even the
ous for both i skill as a guide blocks toPorvenr wtse1e8 S06avOrinexpensive table.m- soap, and rinse. Then p r a lt.fbraceletsi a rainbow of co. who wears a juior15 ae will
and his effit'encyi planning the ascook for the Intendete. .O wr re. There are knives. forks and tle baking.sods solu tIn.Om aw.Deadm e. n ,*, ""
food that is packed for the trek..Jim's tourists a gourmet fa spom o that can be reserved for and shake and rimnse agat. Corksra or- ,.-. -. o61 --"
He takes along basic supplies such New York im m lnore w .,.ta .S pces apd back-yard dim. and cup top can be ited s -- p, laM g #3 el,. ,s
as sugar, canned milk, salt, cof- cisco's "arros cn coco." AI iers. Thse are less costly in the flrsened up in the dls pma. A p A
be, ofnr and a few sides of ba- for the recipe, whichJiam than accidentally throw- etal lunch boxes mayI s-ed S t bI Ws0sm wI !
S can, but. o e h.ting for .trussist __the af tiier-swete oteg bath, seve.aW L a rfr ..
igd Toe V a r, terkey.lY, etc. i. took it t to Wet the paper .The plasticrefri ator bo ez a for II e I06 for _
Sde J ie o pmost e-mea tech-fr as a tr fohe gs a.o"ever tr. to a often used as psexgh afor cot- e01 for the e .usry.
,One ,do I im da s Ckpto light faSow it ~ apMead.o by the loght of the tag. cheese or p salad s i. i','L ._ .
* about =o14~Li l. ". gAU16s l teate f ath -e pack as "Rice and Coceant d Im grocery stores are uaful aW Ma irO m
Cookk?, he reph. .',W1ty,-I hadjuals he takes alongfor a party Panama" the priceSLID a 31e00r, 11 Pappy just got ,another way. I store hmlsd*s b0 l Pad shiem of denin co" m u in
zif.t teach Emily whoe* we-r 9ofeight. 'portion! ainlwr rYou're feeling fluh I snfwleb a eds ad .el' $rl&as -w eeaspotlirs M thaRIat Of mar bask
aried.(fan W bil 20M, don't exist is the jun. The gourmet, pro f 1 ot a eeMOW good reason, thos in tem, ready to be e68F. eyo.mAnd M e e sportbea n mah
wtur. (e'll Me..1t_ "war" Ma,".h das. L By trial and er- tribution to the annals of gastrmo. e- eameled cast-itreo ntean. rled to the eoudeoor table. Th ea qd trl. .,,Y
Swith a grab, of "k- 1He adr t-r he haMsue I d hism t of my, sent a copy othe 1 lok0 Ydesigned for out g-fitt igts i, -
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Jim. This, on his next trip to S
Bias, he showed to Francis
Then the trouble started. Fran
eq began to dream of his o
little rice stand in Times Squ
with crowds of people clam
for portions of his arroz com:
at .9.50 (or maybe. even
Jim had a hard time tonvLI
him that not aM of the i
New Yorkers bad that t
spend on rice plus ts 11
Jungle Jim, as e i.s
through successful and Ir
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Here is the Arroz con Coco U
is served in the Pripe home,
Jim's wife and daughter, .E
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; Miss Louise A. Glud, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis F.
Glud of San Franciscq de la Caleta, recently was graduated
from the Pennsylvants State University, Univemsity Park,
Pennsylvanla. Miss Glud received her Bachelor of Arts de-
gree in Journalism at the centennial commencement .exercises.
As an andejmaduate, Miss Glad was a member of Cwens,
national sophlnw women's scholastic and activities honor-
ary: treasuul! qiTheta Bigma Phi, women's national profes-
siunal jou r* mlionorary and rush chairman of PiLeta Phi,
national woben's fraternity, In,addilion to these Miss Glud's
other active es Included: human senator of Women's Stu-
d!nt Govenrnent Assec ln, The "Dally Colleglan, Student
Handbook, DFM, 'and ellenie Co As recdgnt)ion
'fo the06410tities, Miss in four annual issues
of Wl Who in the N?l atfinn State. She is returning
today to v action in Pahamts.

hIl~Mi '*at hp*e" at theIr resi-
dence Sn Oolf Hqelghts last eve-
ning m honor of their son, Lul-
alto, whb has just returned from
school to spend his vacation
with his parents. He is a student
at the 'Taft t choql in Water-
town Connecticut.
o1ga, igad-er-
EnterWn aln Classmate
Mis Loie Lelivelt of Chica-
go, Iltlnolst arrived Wednesday
on the "Ancon" and is the house
guest of Mltss Olga Leignadier.
ler were clmsmates at St. Ma-

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Take a good quantity of grated
coconut. (Francisco uses a pile
about the size of Ancon Hill) a-
bout 2 grated coconuts will do- in
town. Boil a small amount of wa-
ftr and press and squeeze .this
through the coconut. t,.-a1
through the c o c o n u t. ,Strain
into a heavy saucepan. Ering this
rice. Add salt to taste. Cook slow.
ly till rice is done andi ha- ab.
sorbed all the liquid. One trick of
this, Emily Price adds with her
recipe, is to strain the coeomut in
something coarse enough to let
the very tiniest bits of coconut go
thru. This makes the rice a little
crunchy and very good; Ji'm's
cooking pupil says.
DETROIT -(UP)- The number
of motorists locking their keys in
their cars dropped in 19B. The
American Automobile Club re-
ported its annual survey of emer-
gency calls showed only 717,000
calls for emergency lock and key
service compared to 803,000 the
year before.

Billy Sears
Returned On S.S. Ancon
Arriving in Panama Wednes-
day, Billy SearsJoins his moth-
er, Mrs. Llona Sears who has
just returned from a year's study
in the States to reopen her
charm and dance studio.
(Continued on page 7)

SPECIAL PRICES for the June Bride


Club. .... $13.50
Monthly.... 25.00

AM Payments ,
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$*TS FROM THE AStgG 6E LA INMA A- In PilDamna bty splash In the water at Fort Ama-
4or. They were part of a group of.65 at hte an anal orphan's outing arranged by the Amador
.Officera' Wives Club. Accompanied by the 9et hlem ae 8aiters of the orphanage, the boys spent
the morning on the beach and in the.fater. A :lunch oLhot dogs, potato chips, Ice cream, cake
and lemonade followed'the swimming. At far left (above) are two Spanish-speaking soldiers
who served as lifeguard. (U.S. Army photo)


Jeanette's Beauty s'.

takes pleasure in presenting

In addition to his beautiful hairdos and permanents he uses the fa
for hair treatment and haircuts!
Castilla del Oro Bldg. Opp. Panare& HoW.


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S Ontemporanyityles, made of mahogany, finished
S French polish.

rhe sets consist of one double bed, two night
tables, dresser with 36"x50" mirror, upholstered
stool, one upholstered easy chair, double
wardrobe with Inside mirrors.

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Pecken Shippern Movers
Phmes. 2-2451 2-2562
Learn Riding at
Riding & Jumping classes deHv
Sto 5 p.m. Phone 3-0279
or by appointment.

Mateh-Stick Bamboo
Drape B
Venetian Blinds
Traverse Curtains
alas or Wood Jalaousle
Call 2-3063 or 3-4904
Estimates Given Without
Distributed by
Productos de Ma"l
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FOR SALE:-- Living roam set,
reasnable prse. 12 St., Central
Ave. 11163, Apt. IS, from 8-
II a.m. or after 7 p.m. Colon.
FOR SALE:-4-piece Guateme-
len rope set dining table, six
chain; metal draser with mir-
ror, floor lamp; Knmore wesh-
ing machine, good condition.
2145-A Curundu. Phone 4294.
FOR SALE:-Refrigerator Frigl-
daire 60 cycles, new condition.

SELLING OUT: Sewing me.a-
chine, vacuum sweeper, ironer,
Simmons chair, miscellaneous
tabeias, chairs., s. creens, blinds,
electric fan, clocks, mirror, toys,
tools. 0818 Plank St., Balboa.

FOR SALE: 7-foot Westing-
house refrigerator, all porcealin,
new unit, excellent condition,
defroster included, $75. Phone
2-3450. 1516 Akee St.. Balboa.

Help Wanted
-- ___ ________

WANTED: Healthy, clear,
honest reliable maid. Take care
of 2 children, cook, end general
housework. Apply House No. I,
I Ith Street, Apt. 4. Parque Le-
WANTED:-Experienced nurse-
moid for child 21/a years. Must
sleep in. No. 1864 Tivoli Ave.,
Apt. 12,
WANTED:- Experienced laun-
d aml end cook. Ne. 1864 Tivoli
SApt. 12.

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n Pacific side. green
siOting glelIsses, tn
Ilya ed "Eels Opticiansm
,& ,", Reward. Phone
B'" 28 or 2451.

I kbt Is th year to buy a ConH-
nental L'y Puie tourstunee

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S (Branch Ofiee)m
S No 12 ThrTavll ue.
Phane Pana=&si 1-S11
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& SCHOOL or Uccsa

SDameH i en. t to 1* p j.
a e ai n. to 12 n"i ,
A2M aA p.m.Pan.3S-IMe
in El Panama Hotel

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WMwWITae. Acrebatei
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0t hc Briefs

WASHINGTON -Cape buffaloes
are Africa's animals, says the Na-
vindcttye auim s sps the Na-
tional Geographic, ocetey. Wound-
ed, they have bee knIwn to am-
bu .hfltnters. Not .c.oent with'
1140 .b.irt victims,, thy thample
them ho16f. They
are notel for th:ir: even disposi.-
tion-,-always a gr,..
NI ."percent of all New En-.
gland's' corporate communi t i e s
are still governed by town meet-

me 820o000 Spaniards live in
Canary Islands off the north-
coast of Africa. The archipie
forms two provinces of Spain.,
atic zones range from sea
4 to the snow-capped 12.162-
peak of Telde on Tenerife.
re are no seasons. Tomatoes
be planted td ripen in Janua-.
-r .T,-iv. -"'-never the foreign
ket is better.

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Is La Camsqulmla
,.Mn Ave. 46
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FOR SALE:-1950 Jeep "Land
Rover."- prelct running condi-
tion. Can beseen at "Le Mo-'
derna" EIo Ge Station on 50th
Street, Della Vista.
FOR SALS:-'41 Chevy, excep-
tional condition treughout, Ori-
ginal black finish, clasa, runs
perfect, excellent rubber. Owner
leaving Isthmus. Phone 25-
FOR SALR: 1953 Chevrolet
Bee Air 4-door, with radio, EZI
glass, upholstery, 2-tone point,
very good condition. Call Smoot
& Hunnicutt, S.A., Phone 800
FOR SALE:-1952 Buick Super
Riviera with dynaflow, radio,
22,000 miles. Very good tondi-
tion. Call Earl Pearson, phone
230 Colon.
FOR SALE: 1949 Chevrolet
Deluxe, good tires, good condi-
tion. Priced to sell. Phone 86-
3191 or 86-7115.
FOR SALE:-1952 Plymouth 2-
door Sedanette. Very good con-
dition for $800. Call Smoot &
Hunnicutt, S.A., Phone 400 Co-
lon, R.P.
FOR SALE:-1947 Dodge Con-
vertible, good transportation. For
$225. Coll Earl R. Pearson, Tel.
230 Colon.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
Bel Air 4-door. W/Power Gllde,
radio, 2-tone, w/w tires. 10,000
miles. Celf Smoot r Hunnicutt,
S.A., Phone 800 Colon.
FOR SALE:- 1951 Oldsmobile
4-door 88, with hydramatic, ra-
dio, very goed condition $1200.
Call Smoot g Hunnicutt, S.A.,
Phone 230 Colon.
FOR SALE: 1950 Commer.
Pick-up, duty paid, for $200.
Call Smoot & Hunnicutt, S.A.,
Phone 800 Colon.
FOR SALE:-1952 Nash Am-
bassador 4-door with radio, up-
holstery, duty paid, very good
condition. For $800. Call 230
Colon, R.P.
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FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet
Convertible, Power Glide, with
redia, Aw. paint job, new uphol-
stery and this. Cell Smoot &
Hunnicutt, Phone 800 Colon.
FOR SALE.:-1949 Pockerd 4-
door sden, new paint job. Call
Smoot & Hunnicutt, Phone 800

FOR SALE: 1953 Dodge 4-
door Sedan, very good condition.
fluid drive. For $1275. Call
Smoot & Hunnicutt, S.A, Colon
FOR SALE :- Sports Road-
ster. law mjileag, $675. No
trade. Phone Colon 74 office
hours, Mr. Roski.
FOR SALE:-1950 Buick Super
Riviera Sedan,. dynoflow, radio,
good condition $650. Call Clay-
ton 5144.
FOR SALE:-1954 BEick Road-
master Riviera, 8500 miles,
power steering, power brakes.
electric windows and seat. twin
turbine, dynaflaw, radio, heater.
E-Z eye glass, white wells, back
up lights, windshield washers
and custom trim. 86-3115.
FOR SALE: 1949 Mercury
Station Wagon, excellent condi-
tion throughout. Must sell. Bal-
h 2- 940

be--- e 5 .
Each of the six huge loading
machines along Maumee Ba ys FOR SALE ORTRADI:- 53
south shore at Toledo, Ohio, can M.G. -T.D. Convertible, good
empty a 100-ton coal car in one condition. Gamboa 6-46 week-
minute. They raise cars above' days after 3:30 p.m.
ships' holds and turn them nearly FOR SALE:-1947 Buick Super
upside down, dumping the coal. 4-door Sedn. ne w upholstery.
S dood time, for $250. Duly paid.
Unknown commercially unt il Cll Snot & Hunnicut. S.A..
the early 1930's, glass fiber is hone 00 Colon.
now one of the most versatile ma
nufacturing materials. From it
are de air filters for furnaces, -(0 ll To ramou e
insulatfon to c0atraoeat, cold and 0 6 1 h o l
noise; battery sparators, ins e c t
screening, fine curtains and dra-
peries, and in combination with Exlendi on Service
plastics, furniture, bat h t u b s, a
sports-car bodies, and luggage. In Foreign Lands
.I In Foreign Lands
The cow is an index of prospe-
rity for residents of the small', THACA. N. V -(UP- Cornell
town of Betbania in southeastern IT'.niv. h .-UP^a---.core.lst
,*at Pakistan. The villagers keep University has announced plans to'
not for a drink or tartadu fall program to expense d itsedu-
.-Se animals impart respec- a d extension -
t o a family. perhaps be-! etlo to help promote extension:
ca e residents lived so long sed -abroad.
near dus who worship cows. 'The program will be carried on
Usu the Hindus were m o-re1 through a 501.0N00 grant from the
prosperous than the hill people Ford Foundation.
of sotheast East Pakistan. Thus Theprogram calls for the choose
cqws became a sign of luxury.r mg of American and foreign stu-
dents from land grant colleges.
On an average day some half foreign institutions. and other agen-
a million tons of silt ride the Co. les responsible for training .ex
lorado Riber down to' Lake Mead, tension leaders outside the United
huge reservoir created by States.
yver Dam. During the flood After two months of study at
ear of 1927 the river carried 27,. CQrnell. the students will send
600,000 tons of silt past a given thee months gaining first-hand
point in 24 hours. knowledge of other countries by,
S -- n- visits to them.
tudas. terna ad sOar '

FSh et alMy Ave. A* Twal2 Sle. 4
SAgecia 4.i.n. do Publio.adle ap AMMACIA ESTADOS UNIOS
A, ComoM *Vo. -* CpU. Ave

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Folk .MWikM i.Furnmlehd 3-reean
ape'artMli .- hone Caspet. Bl-
b"a 7-49.$'3;0 ft 7 p.m.

FOR SALE: One feet locker
and ona wadrobe trunk in good
condition. Reesonable. Call 83-
FOR SALE: 1950 Plymneuir
Station Wagon, duty eid,. in
fin..e edition $900; 1 3-s t1
diem 4d ring; I 32-stone die-
mnad ring with perl in center.
Rings Value $300 each. Ay
;prie $150 each. P.O. Box 794

FOR SALE:--aby Orchids, Cor-
sages .uquets delivered any-
where U:S., Penama end Canal
Zone. Also Hospital, Birthday
Bouquets. Phone Panama 3-
0771; Cristobel 3-1033.

FOR SALE:--Taking prdere for
Mynah Birds, world'i beet talk-
drs. Available once *ach year.
Phone Balbo 3169,

pe.'s fnelhhEd ea oM.
,1,1+ +, l (l 3."

' Motorcyes
.' M9O .t

FOR SALRe-Wisspr motorbike.
ready to drive away, $25. Phone

FOR RENT:-All seseemed mod-
ern 2-bedroom apartment in El
Cangrejo. Call: during office
hours 2-2575; after office holur
FOR RENT:-Furtihad 2-bed-
room apartment, G.I. only. $30
monthly one family; $90 if two
families. Phone 3-5047, Firsnt
street end of Golf Heighfs.
FOR RENT:-Modern apertmeoit
furnished: living room, dining
room, porch, kitchen, garoge.
46th Street No. 42. Phone 3-
FOR RENTs-Modern, cool I-
bedroom apartment with hot
water, perfect for a bachelor or
couple. Opposite the Raymond
Clinic Building. Call 3-.421.

WANTED:- Professional blood
donors, "LaborqIode GaIrmin."
near the Monacp Gefuen, 8-12
mornings, 2-6 efteromuns.

Saw Proves Useful

In S1olving avna

FOR SALE: Tropical fishes,
goldfishes, aquatic bird, dog and
cat supplies. CAT OWNERS:
Kitty Litter here at last. ACUA-
Via Ispole. Phone 3-5411.

2 Kenmoro Electric Clothes Dry-
ers, Regular Price 229.95, Now
145:00; 1 Kenmore sowing me-
chine, Regular Price 185.16,
Now 139.95; 1 Kenmore Ironer,
Regular Price 131.85, Now 99.-
50; 1 Child's scooter, Regular
Price 28.00, Now 18.95; 1
,Child's velocipede 20". Regular
Price 25.25, Neo 18.95; 1
Child's velocipede- 16", Regular
Price 22.25, Now 15.95; 1
Child's racer, Regular Price 21.-
50, Now 16.95; 1 Child's wag-
on, Regular Price 18.95, Now
15.95; 1 three-burner cabinet
keronese stove, Regular Price
102.45, Now 79.95; 6 electric-
al motors 1/3-lp. 25-cycle,
Regular Price 30.00, Now 19.-
95; 1 Blue wool rug 9x12, Reg-
ular Price 91.35, Niow 35.00.
1 Kenmore Sewing machine,
Regular Price 269.50, Now
All new merchandise, but slight-
ly scratched from display 'in
store. Merchandise on display at
Sears Warehouse, Ave. Peru y
Colle 29 st., opposite Laundry
of Gambotti y Peres.


Interesting challenging dra-
matic. Classes for teen-agers
and young adult.. For informe-
tion call: Jean Berest, Panama

hobby. Private instruction in
your home if desired. Zex Ben-
nett, 2-1282.

Every clever. progressive girl and
woman can gain her goal and
ambition in life. Learn spiritual
perfection through worship in
Church, mental growth through
study, and physical perfection by
developing the body to correct
proportion and learning the phy-
sical well-being of good posture.
This is the sum total of a
charming personality. Join Liona
Sears' classes today. Telephone
Panama 3-0327.

7440th Army Unit, Fort Am
SRibbon with medal pendant
commandivie general, U. S.
quarters. LIttle was cited foe
m. 12 1954. and June 15, 1955, A
" sistant olans officer, Ofl
*C (Operationa;. USA
at being respalgdble. M
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"THE RACERS" in nemaScope, Is and

Spine-Tingling, Opuis Wednesday the

Deer Problems '
RAVENNA, O. 0-(U.)- Capt.
Sidney Casbourne of the Ravenna
Arsenal guard recently sawed off BELONG TO YOU."
part of the antler of a live and"THE RACER" are Kirk Doug on Wednesday at the BELL
fighting-mad eight-point deer-and
- got away without a scratch.
The buck was locked, head-on,
with a-cut buck on jump ArsenaldListed as .lt attract by the ELLA las,l a I t Roland, kr' Ro
Ssnaked o their antlers were so en-d VISA Theatrethe day o coming tbe mero Page 1 Cobb and Katy Jurado. Pe 1'
Scope production about speed car racing in by De Luxe, has been directed by Henry,
jerk and puff.n various uropan capital, by 20th Century Hathaw resy, and Peggy Ldure s of the Stack--

A couple of arsenal workers gotoffering 100 colonies (6 for preme Court.
- ropes and tied each buck, to sepa- Fox. ground "I BELONG TO YOU." Don't forget,
ratetrAees bythe base of his horns Stars of "THE RACERS" are Kirk Doug- on Wednesday at the BELLA- VISTA. Adv.
Then Casbourne performed his d h. re
cross-cut surgery-and jum ped. '. S n I d e 8 a
The i d bt sha ed enough of al refed coope on law eor meh a

each othed After the rope s we r IHS ln ther wHre abnut a dot- Cod W dp d
snaked of tarched back heads they htrottedspital rvatvely estimates his losses gt. William E. he
away in different directions. oma's Club at 200. Veteran po observers
-oMESlcg PATIENT offering 100 colones (S161 for preme Court.
INDANmes OLIS -caught a bus hWor-,me. A meeting of the Card, Natives gathered from all over Later they board Ulems. rmy
ried officials at James Whitcomb Eachd Uce f of the Curnad brr to watch, but although the an- buses to in it the Cristobal a-
Riley Hospital here put police on on Cl ub wi i be he n subject x owner fed his faithful lice station, where'thossroadey observ-
the trail of an 1I year-old patientWt'en nfer and maed friend beer and egsthe Copack ed Party series of lid ontry had to be
David Mabley, who was being bFi.h-d to they kCenter Ne Since there were about a dotrip- conducted and' e polls ine thby
treated for an intestinal disorder, :B"Ma b---- isd- en mares lined up. Manys con- Capt. Benjaminses. Drdents,d
was marched back to the hospital servatively estimates hisblue eyossesSgt. or Federalists and NatE.onah. ts
by his parents. He said he got Crhedu Womashingto's Club at 200. veteran .polf eqal numersocal .
homesick ald caught a bus home. A meeting of the Card, Sewing omearrowing expeoranos thought hi pointed out twohe'supbleport ofa the on
and Batea group of the Curundu burro was a camel and he was each party in Its efforts to gain
CWomantry Club will be he Id subject of much curious ns,-or pe- power In Crosroads. e
SWednesday, June 22Roy d at Sultans diaon. Party ol bert wn.y had to be
".munlty Center. IEveryone assumes John's trip Ialntained at the polls in thq
is a dangerous one. he says with Tace of aromlses by opponents,
otlltion Of Officers Ofa twinkle in his lights blue eyes. t for FederNationalonalists
The Washington Cotillion Club "It might be disappoiftitgwere of equal numeroca
club will have a dance tonight from whenstack up thit's way: Boys not."aters gave carefstrenth.l t-
Country Clof b. Music wll be fur- wild animals, snakes.t-or In- Independent voter, Miekey .rs.
nishedby, the Royal Sultans. dians. an. had to be wqn. Ryan long
mahed refused to enter either Federal-
Inatallation Of Officers Of all the cotmtries through ]st or Nationalist CaMe.
The Fort Clayton NCO w i v es' which he's hoofed so I r, toPY
club will have their annual instal- stack up this way: Boys 0taters gave careful at-
lation of Off icers, followed by a Mexico, the happlestf, Ouate- tentlon to three guest speakers.
dinner and dance, Tuesday June mala, the prettiest: El Salvador, during their day's activity.
21, at 7 p.m. at the Fort Clayton most progressive; Nicaragua. Frank Wilder of Internal 8e-
NC Club. most hospitable. But being a curity described the relations of
S-- diplomat, he quickly adds he ex- city and county government.
The Medical Association pets Panama to steal that rec- John .A. Cooper of the general
A meeting of The Medical As- ord before he leaves. counsel's office defined the re-
sociation of the Isthmian C a n al speaking In short, clipped lation of state and federal ppw-
4 Zone will be held at the Gorps, sentences, the walkingest Mann ers and explained the ways in
6"Memorial Laboratory Panma on to hit our roads this year claims which state and nation fooper-
Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. he hatched the plan for h4s ate for the achievement of ob-
The following program will be South American trek in Kodea ject.ves of government, '
presented: i while others dreamed of settling Frank Masingil, administrator
17 ,. Review of Six Cases of Surgery down at home. He savs he 0"ew of the Louisiana State tdver.*
of the Heart and Blood Vessels by the beard because "it's better to aity program an the Ilaunus.
Dr. Mario Rognoni of Santo To- be ugly with a beard Lftn ugly outlined the funetlins of state
mas Hospital and, San Fernando without it." executive officials and their role
Clinic. in state government..
~ Another .paper will be: "Inci-i Regardin future plans, the Members of both Federalist
dental X-ray Findings of The As- guy with the red bandana O Q nd Nationalist parties joined in
cars Lumbricoids on Routine Ba- his head says when he gets ba- non-partisa bt ay reet-
rium Exmminations of the Diges- land he hasn'tyet decided y Ing to Natl MoK o
tive Tract." by Dr. Arrieta San- what mode of tr'dsportation who was e W l
cheap of Santo Tomas Hospital. other than his two sturdy legs A cafo onor the .
Also to be heard will be "Cha- he expects to get married.. epared by U Ar
gas' Disease at The Santo Toinal No. he hasn't picked out as diodd W. rout I
Hospital" by Dr. Guillermo Cas- girl yet, but he mayd with an 11litical a aflBl. -'
tro of Santo Tomas Hospitt and timistic grin:. ,._,__"_" ...._ .
San Fernando Clinic. "You can alwe fit-d a gir ,
A buffet dinner preceded by re-L
freshments will be etved ..
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tC MeOarr, Cover, Girls ATLANTA. J e I s UP) .
Army Head- CHAM BTON. B.C., June 1S first peachen o the so-l w ldht
betAween July (UPI-Rear Adm. 0. C. Craw- an sale today t Gora, a be shal .
served as.o- ford Iba Ied "short shots" tand "Heash 3f at.e
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__ _iurer, Mi ssShirley chnwart, Mrs.
_rectqr of the 6th district, Mrs. Ann r
.Mrp. EthlanKyer, .Pqi )Day., cha
AN IJ. IA S. riLD F. 100G- M'r. Shirley Levy, president of t
~AND [B8. HA4D F. EOGBI ewood, pan-Ameri
Double Ring Ceremtony For length frock of. grey lace over
Fences Gioe and Ha m gro l r taff .,- e wore an ol _d ,cor- --
S weddin o, otTtandln In- In the deep puple e The Republic of Panama has
wedding othe A er,mother othe groom
terst to reel ents on wethe -o.w o.Egr,_ o of owder b'lue been the subject of study during
tic took place at. 8:00 o .ore a gown. of powder blue the ast year by the mokt 1,-
Sunday'eveninge at. : cr pe ith which sheused silver000, women who ooI-the
Mount Carmel lon accessories. She wore an orchid American. Legion. Auxilf t In
when Miss From ,tda comrage* the. Un -1tat. In
ter of Mr. r bride's table covered Wee t'%= roe Inter-'
of Colon, bride of wthe brie' abnd .v e l" American I a M Aut-
Mr. Harold F.. at hr er wa. icenh aMa ith anA illexry has y "'na e
varado, C.M.' aosten at the d'f toppd ewith a aa orwtrhm t.-y-y. iet e
double w. p and laooi study cl, ." $0
Basket of c aO rangeiblessoms., country of Latin America.
and gla I tl rtm: s In ext The country chosen this year
the chanF -1 of fllllff W... l .-hebride'+s we=ddg W Pa.3 -, =
ot white and those other itt d- Std ." lude tmrvevlegue,
on eltiv ,,- placed around the movies, booke,'1 tat s and va-
markee was flaned by rioius Other mateiAL. Th -PT
white Iu tapers in silver' gram has alsi exten kd to
I A maL r h s white mmny schoole"- .
Large cakes, one A part of the Pject a don-
were W dunmwod's t and the outer in test Is conducted Jpr the best
"Ave d uringo h -of.' #hoseoe for travel article Iritn by adle-
the IICh1 ho- Good *: qw at e.S one who hua not visited in PaLp-
for t led "f reshmen-. ""
STM ffor M or dancing furnished 'contrnest I first on t
the reby the Royal f ults iorches- e a State-wile level, en
The f the he er in each State is sel-
asc '-topr wr a.sht.wite a an trp a ected to compete I a national
An n o a or feIanta i er, the nyweds The best of those Judged In
I l. tn ,.eafed sliv- b. O atoe H. er28--- S the State will be Aent to the
ors. Id .t She w of gitaer ch i Criatobal, aordig to Mrs. An-
honor i mn IWae wnei suit wit which aiD els Ml Muo; deLew, represent -
piece and shiis and ca wore white accessories. She lve in Chicago for the Pn ama
sprays of baby orchids. Me wore a white double orchid cor- Tourist Commission. The dauh-
Stevenson's gown was aqua; sae ter of Mrs. Angela Boyd de Mu-
Miss Marilsa Quiroz, ice blue; rs. E ger, who was bor in Ioz worked on the Canal Zone I *
Miss Ana V. Quirot. maize; Miss Colon, attended Cristobal HIgh during World War II.
Toledano, Ime grean and Miss School and was graduated with After final judging on the
Hatgi wore avender. the class of 1952. She s now em- Isthmus, the best travelogue ar-
The little flower girl, Vivian played with C. B. Fenton and ticle will be selected and the
Hooper, wore a short white Company in Cristobal winner will be announced at a
dress of nylon net over taffeta Mr. Egger, the son of Mr. and convention to be held in Miami
with tiny puffed sleeves and a Mrs. George H. Eer, Sr., of n October. A prize will b
very full 'iirt She wore a Margarita, attended the Canal awarded.
matching headpiece and gloves. zone schools and was graduated- Mrs. Mufoz de Lew has active-
Beverly Egger, niece of the from Cristobal High School in ly assisted women of the.Amer-
room and Ad ana Ender, were 1947. He recently received his lean Legion Auxiliary ina hPe
the trainbparr and were dress- discharge from the US. Army Chicago area with their study of
ed in short dresses at white ny- and has returned to his former her homeland.
lon tulle with bouffant skirt i position with the Cristobal Fire Talks on the Indians of Pan-
intersfrsed with pastel flower Department. ama and "What It's Like to Be
Little EariquS A. Rosaenia, the a Panamaan" have, been made
ring bearer, and to various Chicago groups. The
the coin bearer, wore evening latter lecture was by Louis
dress suits. Scehaw, graduate student and
Mr. William H. Bigger was best research assistant at the Uni-
man for his broth. Escorts for versity of Chicago.
the bridesmaids Were Richard fOVEU The Leg Auxlary group
brother of the room V R L recognized MrS. Mfo d e Lw
D ad Rt. Kimzey. Robert Tur- work by honoring her at a re-
er, Gino Suettini and Willam RIITTfD cent socialgathering.
ingam. Ushers TWOr Victor M. B UIT R-- ---
Orias, M anoloa taMello and
eo Cel uta n.e I f .
Sponso for the. wedding
were: Mr. and Mrs. Baslla Orl
and Mr and Mrs. eorgear -
r, Sr.. parent of the bride O
and grown; I*. and Mrs. Hugo
nri f NcuA.or; Mr. and Mrs. MYRTLE, Miss. -(UP)- A 4og
Alfredo Oranges, Mr. and Mrs may be just an animal to many
Vicente Rosania, Mr. and Mrs persons, but a mosy who wows
Raul Herrera 0G. Mr. and Mrs says dogs are like humans and
onald T. Geddie. Mr. dMr "you just have to treat then the
ohi W r and Mr. and lMrs.,sam we Weasa tal
K-t.W ^uinph .. --Gordon Smmons has bee train.
A reotion for over five hun- ingshooting dosfor 24 y s sand
d thspends most of h time wIth mas'l
dre hueto was held at the H- best friend. m
tel hin gtonfolw i rhe llI "Youe cas judge dos ike
wedding? O aemoz Tt.-bride wim 2rJ. p l S 2oum sa d .' Sa
It and A room eostled the gests people," t Seirmpea ment b snga
under a trellis covered wi r- tell their temperament by sig
5m bl arg W te gladiof 'mLet ane look you in the emye and
* faernHLageW asrt s effective you can tell. If one of them cuts
Sited cla thlSes w eft- \ his eyes at you or peeps around a
If Pited 1L the bllrom where corner at yo he's usually nat the
ireedTdtegest S in a, floo r *Theseare sly dogs. not to be
tjtrusted, jt It.aly-eyed people."
________________________|Simmons said dogs are happy
justtW peple and "they are sad
Smuem troina des Mfr the
Jck WItaey plant ation in
Sa. !nd it takes ima about

P1f -have i be trm. You have
won't min "al Te b *a me,

I the wipbatw b-l as a meo
time you've Lot t kiw when to
be gle.
To trainee y have
to lkaooep wort w rk.

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Cora Katuman, alternate di-
n Maloney, auxiliary secretary.
airman, Mrs. Louise Kasmack.
the Auxiliary and Mrs. Irene
can Chairman.

Social and

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Mink Get Airlift.,
S# To NewfoundleMd S i l
--C-...?/ M N, N D. -(UP)- "oper-
tion Mink" W tried off here CICINNATI -(UP)-At
..--on schedule recently. An airline ft ri ll h elp.
moved 1,628 of the fancy little ani- American worker a Gwt-
Mrs. G. Fish and Mrs. T. F. male from here to Newfoundland. i t ,r.of ciai,8W bhi.
Honn, arranged for a much en- They were from the MeNeill R ,LGruffiald saN,"Ai.rles
joyed coffee and attractive ta- mink farm, Fort Kappeol Sask., i. r s.y "m ff be able to
ble decorations of hibiscus, Ii- and the 0. W. Francis mipk farm Mmprdttbeima tfO -
lies an doandles. The club's at Moosejaw, Sask. Four hundred ,iTI o. oi',
president Mrs. John R. Dooley others were relayed through heVre r t lI
presented a farewell spoon to from the McNe farm in eer. c thatv"U 1Increa se "
Mrs. F. 0. Chapelle, Mrs. 0. The airborne operation was "c 1"6 ..
Knox, Mrs. B. Leinster, Mrs. forced upon the owners because of .
J. A. Meroth and Mrs. D. 8. a laml wood for their animals. In y. b tcfle ma
Bhine. The following new mero-IThe owner said there was a short- ea',,every sage sf ,i',
bers were welcomed and intro- age of horsemeat and fish. In New- fi t b--eet ---
duced: Mrs. J. L. Bryant, Mrs. foundland, the mink live on diet fGrtmy % lt-,3-ad a
P. 8. Doherty, Mrs. W. C. of whale meat apd ocean fih -tori- n .do dtoi, fid
French, Mrs. A. A. Kiernan, Mrs. The shipment was w o r t h ,"Too often mA echaniza.
J. P. Morrissey and Mrs. R. H. $156,000. ut4o oten rechaniza

Mrs. F. 0. Chapelle, Mrs. R. W., ST. PAUL, Mina. -(UP)- Theoposite is true
Cox, Mrs. V. Deatefanis, Mrs Society for Crippled Children and opp e t.
8. Doherty, Mrs. J. R. Dooley, Adults said one of its benefactors "
Mrs. E. Fitzsimmona, Mrs. O. must be a man who doesn't be ceived one esntributio .Js
Fish. Mrs. W. C. French, Mrs. C. Heve in waste. During the recent turn address envelope of te
B. GOlbson;,lrs. T. F. Honn, Mrs. Easter Seal drive, the society re- it distributed n 1960.
W. N. Hernish, Mrs. R. 8. Hern-
don, Mrs. K. 0. Kinsel, Mrs. 0. -
Knox, Mrs. E. F. Krueger, Mrs.
C. Lefevre, Mrs. E. B. Leinater,
Mrs. J. A. Meroth, Mrs. J. P. *
Morrissey, Mrs. J. B. Nichols,
Mrs. A. C. Phelps. Mrs. W.. 0.
Saal. Mrs. A. T. Sauser. Mrs. D.
8. Shine, Mrs. H. 8. Tubbs. Mrs. / "
8. Weinachelbaum, and Mrs. R. //
H. Wells. I

Stephen Maduar
Will Arrive On Panama Line
Returning from his studies at
Lawrenceville Pre pa r a tor y
School, Stephen Maduro, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Maduro will
spend his vacation in Panama.
Wing, who earned $167.20 in his
12 years of racing, is still going to
the post at the age of 17, hel ing
keep the "youngsters" i ine.
Trainer Clyde Troutt uses Take
Wing as his personal stable pony in
conditioning the thoroughbreds of
Eugene Constantin, Jr. Troutt
claimed the gelding in 1942 and
raced him through his season as g
12-year-old in 19.


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Azcarraga at the organ,
**Eric the Great." the
balloon man and magician
toA entertain!
and his piano in the
air-conditioned Balboa Bar
tonite, Tues., Wed., Thurs.
from 10 p.m. 2 a.m.
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Chlcalo, honored the Republic of Panama and Mrs. Angela Mu-
fio de Lew, at far right, representing the Panama Tourist Com-
mission,-at a recent gathering. Others, left to right, are: Mrs.
Matti. Moore.past president,.Mrs. Margaret~Duggan, .tate treas-

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Mrs. Dixon s atertalas
For Mrs. Osmmaon
Mrs. HyAcinth Gammon, for-
mer resident of Colon, who now
makes her home in Long Island,
New York, arrived by plans last
Saturday to spend a vacationI
on the Isthmus. She left Pana-
as about .11 years ago.
She Is guest of Mrs.
Carmen Dixon, was guest of
honor at a reception tendered
by Mrs. Dixon aft her home.
Those present at the reception
Were: Mrs. Violet Fisher, Mrs.
Wilhelmina Codlin, Mrs. Meta
HInds, Mrs. Elaine Hendricks,
Mrs. Clarice Holder, Mrs. Esther
Burke and daughter. Miss Anne
[kerritt, of Colon, Miss Wilmar
Codlin; also Messrs. Noel Rose,
Ranjit 8ingh, Kenneth Rice. E.
Lewis, R. Ramsey and W. Nay-
Fort Clayton Officers'
Wives Club Hold Coffee
The Fort Clayton Officers'
Wives Club held their regular
coffee and business meeting on
Wednesday. at the Fort Clayton
Officers' Club. The hostesses,







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on Cuto, Wyonde

outsiderr In $750

lile Feature RaQe
D "
Mud.loving Jaquimazo today will m"tch sti
W.0 four stout-heatted contenders in tWS feat
lie0 onq mile "SpeeiaP for Class A and B itpe
thoroughbreds atithe Juan Franeo track.
Mite ReOe, Braddint- Goy- Remere. ThIM wtltne r
o .lpri&ipnCuto art a l!led to $153.80,' 80.40 ani aqr.
Si~rIU S Stud Boca dii To- board. "'Te one-twboWn1
0 iWith RamIa*,I1 #1472
Sdaullacfo wo hist lasc start by biggest phyd P2MoAfnits
e ef gth over last cosg Main Agurre n a teal
Road and D n, a-Cut. However. whole show te eddli
Dom' Cute, d iiOWin. with a won five ramo in *tvon
showi l tay m in His winners we Tom
in w t im J oA did not La Enea. IkS, BiOidh
conoete. G doyoedr.. Don Cuto Supereun.
wotdnd up almost deadlockedd in one of Aguirre's 1o0lg.
thit race for last place but not ever, Irish profit in.
fr behind the leader race, got him mat,
fPelin Countess won last Sun- cheers and catcalls. 7W
tyi "Sdo ial' the "Handicap was not satisfied with At
deVa~.~r- Bradoh- ride adio" -with r ride and were pe
CB Barge Royal and S4arplum it because it is!.'meranly
bUnithd two lengths ahe.adof Don ed that the winner ;.
CUto and GOyoder in- that order. Maiden a tfrom the 9u.
Goyonder got off to a poor ble as Irish Prpflt.
t In thit race and. could et
earlier under jh. hustling The dividendlin
t o4idalgo Jr. wia gain FRST AC
DWo.-Cuto. 1-Devon Maldet $29.40,
n Vkquez, Just back from a-Briu $4.20. S.
a.'ipenon, fets the mount on 3-Irish Profit $280.
Badomin in tec of Luis Gira- ,T SECOND RAM
ila as A i ride wQ r Iul om Colns $5,20.
. and orge Phillips replaces 2-Vain Darling $.80, 2.4.
M1nel Ycaza aboard Mo n te 3-F-orzado $8.80.
im Roufe was nose victor First Double: $118.80.
.r Escorias in the lower brack- THIRD RACE
at 4&nd Vill have to improve to 1ka n .0o, 3.
be thbi field, especially if Don 2-Rabiblanco $2.60.
Cuto is in a running mood. One-Two: I9.
TPn other interesting races are
O=the program One f them is FOURTH RACE
Itho seven furlonr.e ngwAfo 1-Rlomar $8.80, 6, 2.40.
CItS C imports iwnil ,Aepy 2-Lady Dancer *2.80, 2.20.
SC imports i Balake. 3.-Vllarreal $2.60.
, Postinovich, Fan, Lex d e qunl: 13.80.
Guayaquil are slated to r,-sE T;
to ch strides. t FIFT RACE
reun yesterday raced to 1-La Enha $4.202.80.
tyhpolt- -post victy nh2--olden Wonder $3.60.
? featuredd Class D $600 seven
t laB i sprint. SIXTH RACK
I t or n wn ih oac I es rA -h S I X T H R A C E
With rrin ockey A- 1-.Fnglo $10.40, 3, 2.20.
re in the sadae, the eAndres 2-Losorros $2.40, 2.20.
-ica-owned Carlo is lazar- 3-Coronellno $2.20.
trained five-year-old chestnut
L l easily staved off the re- SEVENTH RACE
rited challenges o Majestic ll -Hurlecano $8.40, 5.20,3.
traced away in the home- 2-Lady Martha $6, 3.40.
5titch to score by fully three &-My Dear $2.60.
a r ls to the home Second Double: $101.
nth, e me on with a power- EIGHTH FACE
but belated rush to take the i-ahamides $2.260. 2.2
ine by f length from Ma- areat_,4, 1. ,
e.Tl ltter, in tur was l ,
aLbMSii OtMM@ '4ldueiW: l4.t
and Regal Blis s 4
ten st at the finish. Wni TH RACE
Syesterdk t ho--Devon|hlre Club 8153.8
was thea upsetama 4hput0 .
o byoe Stud Rio Oa nde -eRe-tro $24.40, 7.20.
Devonshire Club in the 3_Turflge !* .
rate. That a coup was One-Two: $1,7.
m could be evidenced by the
t -sual jubilance of Devonshire TENTH RAC
Cfb's trainer who almost fel! l-Super u 4.80, 4, 2.60.
.the clubhouse roof when his 2-Begoni M, ,5.20.
mal crossed the finish line 3-Majestc $2.40.
Levonshlre Club, after trail- ELEVENTH RACE
11 for half the distance, got in- 1-Moon FiPhter $12.20. 6.:
tEfc0tntentuon and closed with a 2-lenltl 5. 2.80.
to score bY half a head over 3-Plola $2.40.


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Ms'ftarlta 1:8, 1:15. 8:15
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-public -a.n to be .a inoeds tshe nternatioDl Golf Asso- B B H le-
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L-aut aps. wronegrs -RStenFp gdr _.n," d oNi o ld ces s'l Walker, Rmderwith and CuAtis e ERIC LEAGUG nl I"NAL IlA
ouble r i1 UTO DOORS tit are between the
ro*m 5 ., '. f- .,- .. *. UltSn Great Brit n. r ul3 27 2 *6r ijthe- ..31 i30z.i
d Ra e ""Nafesa taken it That's not neaS Pool Closes 1 nte Bostotion n ..i 'id. T he little i lphia ..2 32 .4818

Second__ _e of the Double po I sos eity 24 37 .3315 a GcieatB ri.2 31a .n48 s8
abo_ nouugli to suit hims ,tw o .left to r8t. sli. o; u...
nona1-Ave evat~. a B.B aHopl ia o6x-Notgainst these 20-1 s nt intend to i i y, i... .

2-Bull Pea F Sancqhean 111 tCould score n e Ba-tiemore ,...ii. ntieh ,,, on fnoeep
3- ol J. Jmene 11-Preers more d ce 10-1 etter juniors, seniors and the women.

5-Okand E. x-Would pay dd 15-1 FLY ROand the UG and Anet Will golf now ha Brooklaatat an interna-tt
7-TlnTln F. H go 105-Ha .st h Inteatiol tnal sponsor ch as it (S)has e-
DonJaime J gor 117-Ran wn last 2-1 ishgame. tr known before? It look as Cty t

9-GoldenFan R. VAiques 110-Forget lat race 2-1 -1Ho knst f
One day a Bear Lae in though this ready has come to
t Race "Non ported 7 Fg. .Purse -I.0M0 Pool C."loses 1:g4 iets t th e r most1 eland at0 What happens from now on uiin
ON ac WO This kind of lure is in boo. ,u B 0 re the internationally field of the Royal t. om

S1-Dr tn t. aalquez 115 -hpouI be -eadyt now -2 who hi eve up in hath. and Ancient ee is what every".
----D.ues Gong.orea 107 --es odea ince 5s-1 5Ie -and d -ther lies,/ for one associtd with an Itnterese AMaCNLEAGUE ?T anOr.a i L E GU U
-Lampann 0 lores 11 -Makes debut here -1 hi matter. in it is anou to see.00012 021- 12 cinnt 0110 004
n,0.- 7 Do"raa .h lsJimi? 1rx-S-ias ootn es 00 0 .4 nS 8 t

-LO lures. A of them will ech trout iiit out 2 troth; Pascual, Abernathy40 23 ,35 -go 0 H 2'

4th ane "Fr" Nativn G 7 Fco GPurs ldetde paol E lose tr:e occasionally, and some othem Shea (0) and Courtney. andPth- woam).
OEDO RSeatremdtdonn certain Rach25 (2-9'Pascua NewYork -...31 30 02 8 13

1- J. Phillip 110 -Nothing In wee 101 Thes tiny plugs are difficult to Detroit ..3103.... 00-2 42 0 .Milwuakee .10 ..312 30.8 10

4-bony F. Hidalgo 108 -Rates outside chance -1 tvnes more than over-balances McDonald (3 and Triando. Nil t (6) r

5--LboriO M. Ouerrro 107 -Por race n tlast 15-1 this disadvantage. -Dorish (3-1). HR,-Tuttle (5. dall. uWP-Jghohn ( so
dheRary Tie Cadogan 105 Purse trtch 41 FolClosishin these se little plugs is very bait or a r there would be McCall (2-2). R-C dall 1,

8-Winsaba R. Vasquez 120 -Form Indicates Even ustal cast being made across the not always soR ac ork 000000120-3 7 1 ,.
de la Cru E. Pita. 105x-Doesnt seem likely 30-1 current nd the lure being al A number of times I have yr nsura (7) and Lol- Brooklyn at L
.low to wing around on a tight cught trout on little fly-rod plugs lar Turle turdvant (7 Nh
toine. Strikes usually come as the ntually red-and-white, when the iler (8) and Berra. WP-Byr .
-Bull Flea 0. ancati es 11 F Pe .0ld Poo Coses :5 lug. is making thi ar but it water was and they would (-2 LTurle (8-6)
:s-:g;CASTI.NPhliITsSChi-cagooud spatn*,Yor1WCA..G.OS TA..a..s

6._Lv p B. Aguirre 11 8 -Wlll fight it out 2-31 e or7ometimeb or no idea why this sould be the --- iS A E 7
261-1Oteriland E.Dr.Co1hq 10x-.3W1Uld pay oe odds 15-1 r FLY. ibROD PLUGSea a b I d- o awa or

6-Marili V. Rldrues 1is x--Could, score despite rider 8-1 ....Ih dCleveland at o l tb trounrooklyn at L ise
liv F. Ri 15B iS s t o 3-1 strike when the plug was work. jatdgment fing lure this ew.Yrk at Milwaukee 0.75

S 5-BlDon cayle J. ongora 114 -DependR on lstart Even cunt without asy as- type. While I ave eu trout By aVILLALOBOS el CIA
9-Gtolden Fan R. VEmtues l0--Forget last race 3-1 olday ond. "Lake In B rit- ba- ct spoESTERDn's i 'ILlSULa, .,.Pi .. t. .
d Race '.Non Wimers"4, Fi. rsei0 P001Clos35 h ra e might think that r her no ide usu t02-G 0284 Philadelha. n Fan Pae -
Si he not take trout under thin, nd even flrod plugs are 3-Cale Moonsner hort in Cmaco

0, 1.1-Ncuraalefi dalgo 110 -Diprovr 'steadily 3-2 UA oor e tuse, and0 I don' other to Ig for many waters. -4redondit 8 and Nara-b ?rn*
--Dr.K E,. DepI0 -Must r orsed luck at ear,. nd lie: 7 'L P .38r-8)-.Culiouish. 24 3-.4 (2-

S.-Lavy Brook V. Castllo 115 --urpriaed min last' *1 ho- 5-Btaya 4Loters ... ttab" ,11 I
4---MohIner R. VSqaces z116--The horse to beat Eiven t ethaith rainbow' was it"40 332 5 ""' .

3-Greco Banchez 113 -Poor effort in last 4-1 8-Neaeiffe Dony Boy (e AT
1 4-4spagnilcoi J. Phillips 105 -Dangerous contender 3-1 7-JoeTs Fiddl31l2n91 Bar One TOA uY, IA
5- Donny Boy R. Cristan 113 --Wiull fight to o ish 2u-1i FLYrOd 8-Don Pitirn Jal AS- ctalI| (54) tI-. i i.-
after large casting rode Br ooky at at D
lr All of them will can rou Hidalgo 15 -troth; ung mo-1ale Abenathy e (8), Dnoso (0) R-at'13
-th Race "A" aImoterle 7 Fea.d Po1ne t.n00 Pool Colsee :.. ar eetr y .d c (2f- i
SN o e l RA Awaters at the right time. NW York 0 1
1--Badad 3. Phlllp 110--Nothi1tiest1 hetiny,plus are difficult to'a Detroit 310300-2 0 Mlw2ukee 101210X 16 0

delta a R. Banchez 11 --fwetu last week 2-1 sals th Baltimore .0-0. t -e, l(6) lhe
2--orldale P aenza 1153 --sineiplat e een 3-1 sal s re Ma s (5-3) and House; D ( nd Wtt )
--Ebony F. Hidalgo 1 -Ra outside chance 5-1 ve mreanover-balncesMcDonald '(3 and Tria Joon (6)
5-Ciaborina M. uerreroi 107 -Por race in last 15-1 tdldantage. -- .
--Sherry Time J. CadoTan 10 -Q in strotciih 4-1 hisIngtei is very bait or a spier there would e -) i. dl R-- n a -,
7 --PreLonero Graell 118 -o ivn elss 5-1 much like fishing a spinner, theo use to fishlnger, but this Chicao 002000220- 10 2 Gord on (1).
30. --iaba R. Vquez 120 -Form indicates Even ul ct being made across e not always o. New rk 000000 10-3 7 1 -
--.J, de la Cru Oit. Its. 10--Dosln't seem likely 30-1 urnt d the lure being l- A number of times I have Byrd, Cnsuegra (7 and Lo Brookly at t. UI
aline. Strikes usually come as the usually red-and-white, hen the Wiesler (8) and Berra. WP--Byrd
th e "m te Prse .1 i making this arc, but it water was and they would (-2. LP-Turley (8-).
ia B. aues 11 -Will fight it out -1te U e good stunt to hold ot strike an else. I have '.
F--lavesia B0. Alre ,13 -aites f gd ithae 3-1 't hieeas for some slie beforeonoideaKu dwhy thisowuld0tbet 1t e -1 Ci E NcT itALI
3-aertna Veiuda E. Pita.lO 11-Hs-Nohing to indicate 30-1 Many times I have had trout Ntrlaage u8i
10 0 --Usuaktp-tray ca utId n w oant us./ coseu hpt0--anc ()
4-Julie F. Rose 115 -Bck in top form -1 strike when the pl was work- Judmet in fiing lur fis TODAY- .7 -
-G -a-Bisbay J. CAmgora 114 -'Depends on start Even atersre asti t Wa uI se
sltneomA pt ntmyipaother than to as smales renbinches-yn(8)n0t105, (-1);I.(1E!
S6th Race l" Imported 1 Mile Purse 5L50.00 Pool Closes 3:0hOld the rod. O are bait- casting spoons, t n ne A..
:0 st Race the Dobl rdirilyon e might think that should not be considered the usuali 2--Golden Fan Palta

--tDark Sunset F. Hldalgo 116 -Nothing in months 2-1 C--Mh-atoats SlakemueC.
:water---- As alte ofthe rghtt1-JhiNetiterk at6the t)t1
71th Race "Ha" Im ptorted 7 p. Purae 35401J0 Pool Cloees 4:05J1J.a.a.Pt
S-ick Bezd S ohDoubrIe m mtAVERAGE 2OOTBALLERI
G-Nobbacrook J. Phillips 115 -Lstas reveang Even South Carolina figures its average i
2-S-un' Moon K. Flares 112 --Usually movu late'n-1 ftatMaayr( a19- 'pland'.ous o- ,
S3---Discovery R. Vasque 115 -Contender in mud 3-ec phom(re 20 years old, slightl( 'I
4--Copadora i. PaJ g. 10Fx-eNot with this rider 15-1 w moreM than six fe(-t, a native of the' '::.(- 1
-- 6-Bar One 0. Sanchez 1183-Ran well last week -1t stist is d majoring00n business ad- ..()
2 --Fainlyable A. Mena 113 --Usually clOSe up 3-1t n e hoa .ewfon.0. 3"
7-Joe's FI&ddlngu V. CatPilo 118 -Hiu- sizzlings workouts 3-1 l bn ue-sh B _.7Brooklynatlit ..

8th RaRe "H" Natives0o 6mu F. Peur Se275.00 Pool Closes 4:46'wa
I-ienlda V. RoBr.Ague 108x --Dubtous effort last 10-1
--Don Pttin 3rEDar113 -0-i* to good form 3-12
3-Golden Olas A. Mena 114 houldbe contender 4-1
4--Jai Alal 0. S1tinches 110 .--Haa strong finish 2-1
5-Tap Lady F. Rose 108 -Should prove here m3-1Jua"
--Mufieco a Vera1ra 110--Nothing Ir montacss I0-1I
2 9th Race "C" Imported 7 FgIM Parse gM.00 Pool Closes 5:15hd r.... cnp,-:, ..

First 116 --Horle te beeat here 3-2 -i '"o redte_..a.______Fan______
3--asBorokl B. asila o11x--Will fight it out 2-1 : "" N
4--Blkemere 0. Sinchez 115 -Interfered with in last 2-1' 'n 4''
--PostliuVich V. PshlUi 110 U-iDallyndangrousa5-1
7-leadens ,et. 05 -Reoturn from layoff 10-1 '
8--Ozyaqn 11.---Disappointed in lst 4-1i

71th Race "Speal" Inip 1 e PFuree 575.$40 Peel Closes 5:05
2--Monte Rouge .T.-lIMace10-Cod soueoAVERA 3-GEFTOPED-9oe execute an expioson shot bete than
3--Brdomintr Pilques 115 --asd to beat here 2-1 vealgadEben tho uheatinenasgtesal golfer aved to gt of
4--oyounder*Mn Flo e -s 112n- e sul ts style 54-1a lu. isinhi.
6-D on .R. .._iAdaig.115 -Cependsron mod 4-1 Iuse ...k. -'yr ........gtl
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.l WI for NEA Service
In Tdl T f 1 WAS I under par going to the
Sdollar .' -. 5 1 ti hole of this year's
-reodbrlier Open at White Sul-
TiEY SWPIFED WE.L pbr4 pis.
WANI T 4T All t badit do was par the
F ab-ut t a' e Ithehol. to win the top
Bd 43 49 at =oQt h i money and tie
pv nt~ Th _at seemed

.-I off a yard drive down
B, rt,..rwa, tOeta decided to use a
pon the fairway. I hit the
a W. ttle too hard and too

ablishment just ui Le chiped onto the* green nicely,
htonr hee-and-a-half feet from the
t-on- hole and sank tha e putt.
8 A 6 wad aotander the dir-
iumstances, Id I tied for second.
Subtract 00 '-from $600 and
Syou get $5.319'which was the
difference in prie money.
Had I taken my time, I would

iOE WILhIAMv ye easily won the tournament.
JOE WILLIAMS take your time.

BAN FIANICI O.-Auyn#e seen Ed Fur I? Oh, 70 must M-- B V
rebt. No,' that was Jdg Crate. F I H
ol ah -a who w the national Open golfI
ehamplois ist _'a btusC N., J. ,beating the i I w ."m
i "m five sheta, that's alL.' al
wel ,b I ,a55 renewal out here, and for all "'-
y hWell, tarb e who Is defending the most dis-
ging hli*o If 41m gt as well be in Outer Mongolia EANS ADON
wih In ,. .. -P I4 ear, o in a Leap
ing l tumble. '"Instead, it's Heagn, Writt, for NEA Service
Dn. Cpay e r1 and 1am Soad, C h114ill
M TDey oan e xat o l en taken tdownRomn rUneir : With rn arm s con
tha- ,el- *ninols, s a ua0fv IL prospective winnerst bargi&n- Ifirst __ Q.ed ebase and one
aiest atr- beia= eot, t grounds to the'
irade s a n 'urtumultuous lencew third lbasemene t The r oun
gnl b chances tox"post, the betan t by-stander might under- second bhe starts for then'
sandably t the Idea ha won. th title in a Vegas otrap BaWI turn beck toward second. T h e
with lo deddice.. third bseasman, forgetting the
wth laeyd dt exactly p. ut him away as another am Parks, force siation, chases him. The
darkest dark horse exaver to gy t in. the winners' circle, but there runner wi eds,pp at second base
sure Iest dar=a oeplt toml that he got way with the silverware along wi th the rier from
wblle the butler was out on the yerana pitching woo o the first. The mgroment third base
iFrech nmad. / .............. i touches second is he out or must
Nowetme just to4. tith ---d s ...t b he be tagged?- E. E. Brown.
that the uwaate Noew. Twker le. *the steadiest elf of aln Answer: He most either be
Baltusrol and a duplieStion of his r O na L 71,707 Ucan win tagged or She fielder mst s ap
here, or coNaepowertilly ellose,. third base---t which the run-
Even with last-miminate sftening of the fifth. and seventh nor is forced.
holes, the oeeber-rocuonns s"Is tha they'll pay off. a -n '
'thing from itW SK. r Fr -"
There from eiafogtioe In town yesterday, and for K enn Blanked
S11 the i round iel bad Unally been recognig- ,
S y ao a the hotel lerk. y iant' l

it tur de d.tbou this wo aa ase alarm. Gen S MrabP
/wa m Aiodi aa press con W --anUd S. arau eht even IT T .n ) Nt It's a good
a.rfAthe thingg that ,Harvey Kuenn doesn't
Utr5aSaBj hr preoeaw to listen as he gave his voice i'dr he dofece. o ulf Glel in major
in 'prepa b6 debut la a TV omnmentatoLr As uua, l baet s eb ffro
-m 1y voice. bonus..waif Irol Min-
/ bathe ed curse, but that didn't matter. It vesota, fe Kmrmn '1'1 t-im es
s too .when- the letter played for Wi*
MCI 'St tadiuam for a World Se"erie or eoasin -dayLa thit did.he i
i0 doithey?" the G
f"lo..ell even if it didn't make is u.t_-
dugout..- .E--a-s-,t.,,a..oidatm f, for
a a golf course to make It df- the Ainerican League, batfi lOe.
fteyit s *eteaCE, to luck and usually wind I__________
'wA"i "-w-- at& profound observation, and so
/ npvlt95 ^inone d the bright young men thought .
to fer H n's 51 win at Detroit. .. i
The o do nlg bqt .tuvow a curtain of fire around
/the Gim ii toris in the sand traps for that oum, but
who weit? mdS In thoe days Bolan wuai M .. I
TlheO w W ating T he U.ulre was wilIp -, 1bet his life T
on. .9M .. .d xear1e was going t6 wn.' There was
ra2 as practleally saying the red
baer on things and ho one over 40
s Ilon, can't 4g t high.
/ deep 1 the o Te
he took. all at T o. But -t-pls rin i pO no
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STILL ITCHLNC#-Hal1-of4amer Dazzy Vance posed wath
iung Care Moore at stari charity. gam at Atlanta, a.
Moore had just seen The Dazzler. in acti in it special old-timZrs'
Cgan and tried to dupeliate the "Smoke Ball" the ex-Brooklyn
.reat used in mowing down batters in his hey-day.

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amte aisle th e ouse-
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who mple darlig .ad
told her to buy

S *i !here. At first, after
i Francisco this han-
liked Bobo Olson over
foore, perhaps by a knock-
ICOt Ad pretty sure of that
until si atl along what
t 1% R-1 0Fs J a co b a
Un. t6 1 hk D* Jacobs
There *utuD most of
mob firmly belleving that
-going to war with a

here were t he demaging
quote by Joey Maxim and Cus
D'Amato. Maxim who fought
both, flatly says tat Moore punch-
as too hard for Olson. D'A m a t o,
who managed Floyd Patterson,
asserts that he would match his
young charge with Olson tomor-
row, but not Moore.
..This old fight writer was aston-
ished at the lack of Olson support-
ers among men supposed to know.
But that doesn't keep us front
sticking to our first thought and
an old rule. The first thought
was Olson and the old rule is'
that whenever you are in doubt
about the outcome of a prize1
fight, pick the younger man.
And at 26, Olson is at least
12 years and 74 fights younger
than Moore.
s#. Lh ad

Ma I i Oson for someU melhas J
n difficulty doing 160 pounds, which
easily could have accounted for
By JIMMY BRESLIN of the season, the big 12-year. his lack of Wallop as a middle-
NEA Staff Correspondent old was called on to save a one- weight. At 169 against Ma x Im,
run lead in the fifth inning .... the Hawaiian Portuguese-Swede
JOE CRONIN of the Boston Red ]Ie did just that and now, says barely missed belting out the for-
Sox had just made his blast a- Bayonne Sports Editor R 6 s i e
bd6u major leaguers spending too Rosenberg, he Is making people
much time on outside interests forget Ernie Durando, the home.- i | omtet Frst
when Frank Scott was on the tele.- town middleweight fig h t e r.... viG I UsIJ IIr s
phone. Indianapolis has a pitching star it T
"Four of the fellows I handle," they'd like to tell about ... He's With HrId I 1111
said Scott, agent for many of the Leslie McIntyre of the Indiana s I Hard Toiling
top players, "are too busy most Fur Owls, who compete in the,.
of the time to do anything but Ozark loop .. Leslie fanned 141 hflm n1 nnr
Most of it is with their own clubs.
but anything left over is poured Week's Question: The pitcher SAN ANTONIO -(NEA) Lt.
right into Little Leagues in their and catcher are legally in posi- Joe Conrad is young, handsome,
neighborhoods." tion, ready to pinch. The batter foot loose and fancy free.
Scott named the four- Harvey is not in the batter's box. Can The new British Amateur cham-
Kuenn of the Tigers, Ed Lopat of a ruaner steal a base? Bob pion .is a member of the Air
the Yan.kees, Robin B r0 o, hasn't a steadF ,o, said
the Phtiles and. Gene. Wo=lbS An.swer: No. : "Joe hasnt i steady i, said
of the Indians. i Mrs. Margaret Conrad, his moth-
Woodling became a solid fix- r er, interviewed in San Antonio.
ture in the Fairlawn, N. J.. pro- FEWER AND BETTER "He dates several, but golf is first.
gram and when he was traded He sued to take the ear out at
from the Yankees to the Orioles GARDEN CITY, N.Y.-(NEA)- night and we'd think he was on
last winter nobody walled louder Wild Bill Mehlhorn says golfers a date. But he'd park on the Brac-
than the Little Leagues. I would score better if they would kenridge Park practice area and
The mailan started o remove half their 14 clubs from hit bals for hours. That.t a after
o"The mailman started C omi .h ba playing 36 holes during the day."
around with letters from kids "
almost every day," Woodling re- ____
calls, "and all of them asked me
if something couldn't be done to N
break up the trade. I guess they I r I
wanted me around." I I M E
Roberts is active In the Mead-1 a M II al
owbrook, Pa., LL. Lopat spends
a lot of time teaching youngsters
in Hillside, N. J. I
Kuenn doesn't have as much s *A r lA l wLi N J. .
of a chance to stick with kids as
he'd like to. Harvey is an hon.i
orary coach ot his Lutheran AN NOUNCE S
Church team. in Milwaukee. AN N U C ES
They say iafuture years you
won't see a major leaguer in ac. THE ARRIVALANDSAILINGOF THE
tion who didn't plain Lit THE ARRIVAL AND SAILING OF THE
League .... The process seems
to be in motion at Manchester, .
Conn., where every member ofM "CIUDAD DE CAL
this, yepr's AmergapL e 4gon Ju-

"'oS1Sr.. oine t BALBOA on JUNE 26, 1955.
tw o. w pa6 ... ;Dan
ftf'1 All a Little Liague for:
I- Scared" cameI Accepting general cargofor:
out al, one o the better maga-
kta Sportop ee t read.... CENTRAL AMERICAN PORTS and
Katkpv ~t~e fRKCP" tayoung-
ster out t a Xlrst d then U.S. WEST COAST PORTS.
peering though iethlck. e' c-
father holding thei', tOhe
base and demand a thede- APPLY:
vision be reenrv r .M or' lfs-..
The Phils of ti0 AsiD inI

ame, I Masonle Building, Cristebal, C. Z

Archle Moorm Carl Ols
mer light-heavyweight leader In He had to cut down on his V
the second round and had him mins and work much harder
rolling all over the floor in t h e Olson, who comes to the ring v
ninth, urally. Anybody who has e ve
Moore men point out that Olson made weight will tell you t ht_
can't be rated as a brilliant tac- hasn't done Ancient Archie aqx "
tician. When you see him in the good, I
first round, you see him for the Moore had to knock out
next 14. He never changes. Johnson a Madison Square Garv e
"This, against a wily campaign- last August to win. This he
er who can punch with e Ith or with a right-hand jaw jolt lan '-
hand like. Moore, Is dangerous," 14th round.
they point out. If Archie Moore goes into t
What the Moore fanciers ne- 14th round losing to Bobo 01O
glect to add is that Olson doesn't he'll find himself caught in a
change, except to quicken the pace clone. -,
with each succeeding round. _____ "
This and the difference in age ..
and wear and tear and the fact nconto Today .35, .20; j
that Moore had to make weight Cantinflas, in
makes Olson our selection over ..
the old pappy guy with the goatee. 'Caballero a la Medida"
Moore Is a marvel for a geezer rg.e M i *, i
who confesses to 38 and whom Jorge Misral, .
the record phows to have bee n "ABISMO DE FASION" ,'
fighting 19 years.
But as remarkable as the St. A
Louis veteran has been, he's got DEAL Today .25 & .1
to fall apart Uke the one h o a s Joan Crawford, in
shay one night and this well *JOHNNY GUITAR" -
could be the evening. -,
Moore has had a frightful time Vera Ralaton, I, 'm
making 175 .pounds before and -'rUBL
there is-"p y logl-IO reuoa I T l1
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J. P. McEVOY* 76vIng editor of the
during his mot recent trip to Pa lr
wanderer, as act down in a recent'
BACK IN 19090, when the Chagres R" .
damned to create Gatun Lake for the. a:
Canal, every living thing fled before athe
waters. The largest concentration of these
pical refugees wound up on the highest ".a:
the lake Barro Colorado.
Here In six square miles of jungle was tisp
of teeming plant and amnmal life: puma,
lots, peccaries, toucans, capuchin rmonkeys315-
howling monkey, coats, coral snakes, the de
ly fer-de-lance. It was a tropical Noah's
zeady and waiting for scientific study.
James Zetek
Fortunately a' wide-awake scientist nar
James Zetek, who had been working on mail
control in the Canal Zone since 1911, rebogqP
the Importance Of this island sanctuary.
He was largely responsible for getting it
side in 1923 for tropical research, under U
After 40-odd years of devoted toil in the t
pics. Zetek, now nearing 70, is still the fairy g
father of the island's exotic fauna and flora.
Guide, philosopher and host to distinguish
scientists from all over the world, he is also
dogged money.-raier who has helped keep t
modern Noah'sArk financially afloat.
Hundreds oFadlentlsts have prowled this op
rj air laboratory and have taken home new-fto
knowledge to enrich natural-history textboc
educational films, classroom teaching.
On Barro Colorado, year after year, the m
dirous campaign of army ants have been I
lowed by noted authority Dr. T. C. Schneirla.
.,Here Zetek himself, with Dr. Thomas E. Snyd
vioneered invaluable research in termite cont
*Pd continues to report new findings on
oraclous appetites of those chew-it-yours
G.I. Equipment
1 Here the U. S. Armed Services tested I01 equ
*fent and rations for jungle warfare, and h
a.glant corporation Eastman Kodak is 3
struggling to outijt; a microscopic fungus wh
etches camera lenses in the tropics.
Here Dr. C. R. Carpenter has observed the ad
delinquency of howling monkeys and told
with Kinsey clarity.
"This tropical Island paradise is a unique s
ji-reverse, where animals roam as they pie
through the primordial jungle while human
siors warily walk the narrow trails by day a
ptayerfully lock themselves in at night.
'When I sat down to my first meal in the dl
nlg room, which In also the laboratory, I v
fascinated by the shelves of canned goods a
tackled vipers, and I envied the aplomb of
companions all famous scientists who loo
ed upon life-in-the-raw around them with pr
fessilonal detachment.
"I hear the wild pigs are quite vicious. .'
volunteered offhand to no one in particular. I
neighbor said, "The white-lipped peccaries, t
more vicious of the two species of wild pigs
the island, have been known to charge, especit
ly if you happen to get between the female a
her young, in which case. .." His remarks tra
cd off as If the outcome wY.a.qf no0.mpprtance
I made 4 ;iime14tl i t"0' i oW h iB. te trail
rules of thit .lcaris *d.d ae .crosd t
dining roni IrBgi l. jia coi ning, taut
arelully born alive, with venoml, a. nd fngs, youde- no
the dedacUitarpent in this Eden,
How about atesd" I asked. "LIke that?"
Another sceta. repliede: "Ohl, that one. I ki
d her last year with a machete. When I di
sected her ie bad 47 little ones in her. Th
are born alive, with venom and fangs, you knoA
"Naturaly,'"I- laid.............
"He turned to 4tscussing the fertilization cyc
of army-it queens with the lady scientist acre
the table; down from Columbia University
-j' ttudy sex delftiation in certain monophlebi
coccids, it you'll prdonythe expression.

"But those wosumas," I ald, during a lu
'they've pretty .bl, aren't they? Do they real
rtin wild out there?' And. I pointed up the h
to the trail wh had promised to walk wi
Dr. Schnei-la aiir lunch.
"Pumas?" Dr. Schneirla came back with
visible effort. "Oh yes! Fellow here last ye
trom the Middle West, collecting fungi. Budde:
ly saw a puma right In front of him on the tra
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edp gt roved over to Baro Colorado
.na HeriA wth :the m Cmoirs o a of the -,intrepid .,.
sue of the Digest. an f
Not more than 20 feet. Zetek has rules for visit- -
In Ing scientists: 'Don't panic. Don't run. You Can ts ete, v. Ua .,0 ba oS- fm e"-.w tl.t.ig Si.
ifsg Stare Your Puma Down.' eP bk tr .tivity
This fellow kept thinkingg about his wife and S m" a_ n_ la inM A s -
r.C 11d and how they won d miss him. But jbe h iaii vMAt -- hi weak o o ft
ita ih w -best and seemed to be holding 1,1I lhrowes t 1 u pe haltala, which g
tW5 qlon hora anll of a sudden there was sew d a u n e a 1fhlb h fn a or u oi. i
iee-. rtxna. About the same distance, but tof he.of46 W. 6 oikub. .sbehq 49 Mt at
lack right. So now he had two pumas to stare down. Pla T .d s d b T TeF aw t a go n td eeto
ea.- effti eeact-ofa00 &to T d qn.9oc ) --,-- ",c
Ark, Croseyed Ao. Corpiorataion for a _peciul ndetrm bdi left
Srk y he go t so cr6os -eyed be m ast have fright al- 4Ws e th oreatenin oil. Ioet
eed the pumas because suddenly they were a fal's Ier rl ga b' a "|" b w -"
med Forty miles of narrow trails orlues-croas the ,. e ast lld i...
aris wild and tugged island, all named and marked ITd emovThel prol d ini r ahc r a att .
Ized every hundred meters starting with zero at the (lYol, aaiur U aijt tA b d oy .i, ba n l'
laboratory. I'0-n h, .' ; t a .
set I walked a trail with Dr. Schneirla who was wto te len .taaer so Pca.i s awa. t rom can-
.w. looking for one of his army-ant bolonles. "They just how "sholoapt'' sA "'peep':ara it.',
are not easy to find," he said. "And even when a sd man beha WbPt Cw ~,ayt" o rde a th ob- bykpW -tie a t 4 -adTHE a exe, g ltre ThE"'
Lro ou find them it's easy to lose them." I askp me ae other .aapYW7 At'P' .nnzg, org o b5qerivmg n w hc we w40by at. blo
od- how you could lose 60,000 ants on the march and tht. his young c or t Can- .a & -e sii4iHe
he said, "Do you see any ants on that vine?". I hoaelu love withiht d yac Oe. at re i 'Y
ed kloked and said, "No." d oil r h respond? ShC oete the ame-- on PAanCc I eCs. w the G rk f.
the. firmly but antly po, 6 tiave .e seen t hisch rInolu tbmee t qne ; f r
this "That's what I mean," he said. to her the fullt be du baokwai' U* s.k.s erI- the oh- -- I.s stdleo 7-
"Look closer and you'll see a single file of sinuld he do if he p it in ett adg oe e g to do aslie Bil
and n one of these long lianas like a suspension -justthisaportof dilem r .- ,y .te, eo ] --' sjlre aDp .esaeni
IP- br!et know They lome o lon rvninb l nte t hrs e fohe 4 7 atoss at A nhqo retunA henhen direotr ,e lb tin. astrS ,
oks. bridge. video the heme for4 o at C ontractor's of. yes is be t. th e u ,h lo1 0 #ph
"They don't make any noise and a singl file Youto g amsen Rai.. mou .ted aeon G w u', # na t-Canot al, e. "In g eter e ,,
ur- cf ants, unless you've had experience gaqeln comedy-to 9e pr-sentt t mo-n br eRo ta mgt a l pec 1Wet.r
fol- them, can dipappear right murder your eyb.",. the auspice'Of .erl N. .. e.gloeev l tecc.wAf tIged
"Hop do you know one colony from nbtheypt cers Wlves Club forle he ersadrill peters, heavy toiw the amt
der, "I mark the queens," bie said. ,oniop- t lte1e of the Bella Vista Ch ~ p it er a, a e of te thei
trcl nick in the back of their necks. I ept rof home and- other ePa& ths, a eheco rding. to blasterS. Dnvers q ad othkr wa, er a its a l k
the one queen this way for five years. T arre. charities. Is O r Tecon Corpora. ers are ,a tle "Panamaniano iThe .ar ri le of .&f'rock
self cord." The dates of the performae- tion, wthie is known for its mot- Include i' the. maitines use determine drll pta sin p s aE
es are June 22, 24 and 25. Trhe t We take on anything." on te Job re oui tydraule bau -. almost care i tp pre
Stupid Ants place ofa performance is' Ot- en the.job is complete some- doserp mafathehiu .by the 0Ga took fam-al. linhlD the caalt..
Sui Ant mings Ha l. time in August of this year, some Wood- Ui4Uater#bd of Waneis In e ams neo teon gid as W
He went on to say that army ants are blind The performers in the play fanr million cubic yardt of rock Ae~6 Arnold, engiAeerinl ae rp., Dr
ip- and pretty stupid. They follow a scent plid 4ownR a ree ad shale will htoe been rem s C anlmc naii director. l a
cr b, the scouts and each queen has a scent of her GEOurti Me oINN. Cis ef ld rom Contracto Hill. Tham Caa mp on-nf oe ot,
a Inoe lceON SA Maie-.o < t the or vrou. p to o, t
tli own. "I've got so I can distinguish different the pretiest girls at Balboa .he M thm-outset, .Teon Corp. was gifas wcntr I iof.thn -s Andf tM -
ich queens by their s mell." jSchool, eorw prove; .t#L. with the NJob of deI.atly q d t ca of .es ..
"How about the popular notion of army adts a a wl olatr*h a t a shaln; io cubi th a rAs ao nat, b!t% C |
li cutting wide swath through the jUigle-s ndg lal- member of -a ati Thes-ld all sithe cnl. at n nt ,
Sing everything as they go?" eme o f f pr atdo oo s tt *, nwI a e e a b or a-
oo- "An army-nnt colony on the march will travel Lho sdl so Ba.lba h a Te en- e
ase less than one mile an hour on a front up to 50 has had eWol.detmble e ence qudh Cres(a
vi- feet wide. And it is true that everything gets in play production. She was lst h heavy blasting Is stopped 20 point wre,. in 1 it was wide ycorplwte the excavation, i -
nd out of thclr way. They bite viciously and wil! seen as Ellen in "Yes, My Dar- to 25 feet from the face of the enou h to be noticed by a survey tractors Hill with a mlnimu of
r.verwhelm the largest victims by sheer numbers ling Daughter." hill, and the last few feet form- man, Arnold pnted ut. dif lty.
in- and ferocity." DON GRIFFITH Is well-known Ihg a protective wall along t h e "Even if the free, block could be Tecon Corporation was orgpnilz-
Nan Barro Colorado is ideal for studying army ants. t loqI audiences for the yare- eanal, is drilled and blasted with stabilized by relieving hydroqtaic ed i A19 .an et has growl to the
Lnd They can't get off the island, so you can keep ty ofiroles he hba played. In smaller charges, placed and tim- pressure in the main fissure, the pointthat -i now doing an an-
my track of them and build up a year-to-year re- keeping with the character he ed to prevent the wall breaking steep and overhanugn slope on nual volume of business over $0-
ok- cord. portrays in this pay2i state- and fa ing into the channel. the face of the hill, coupled with 000,000.
ro- ment as nk 0 oway n tle The fact that noe of the rock the hbghy weathered condition It has E become recogise as
Perfect Conditions play, "rve played'utlers in' my the flywall ends up In the chan- along the sloping bedding planes, one of the standing young' or- .X.
day, tramps, murderers, awin- nel is largely atlbuted to t h e created an intolerable reatat ganiations t he constrp tioni in-
Bchneirla has studied ants in other tropical dlers and fools" could be applled skill of thd operators of the huge the canal's narrowest po1nt." dustry. "
countries but always comes back to Barro CIlo- with equal' truth to himself heels on tie Tecon job. The hydrostatic pressure in the Offices of the firm are located
"I lado. "In no other place," he says, "can the DON MUSSg 1AN gained his 1 uRge boulders, some weigh. main fissure waq relieved by the in various parts of thq tIN ted
My scientist find such, perfect conditions for tropical theater experience. in college, in Ing s much as 20,000 tons, perl- construction, by Tecon Corp. of a States, with headquartefs i Dal- '.'
he research. Here you are close to modern-trans- little theater work, and at the leusly bahmeed on the edge of tunnel 5-ft. by 7-ft. intb Contrae- las, and with branch offices', .in .
on portation and communications. Max Reinhardt. Workshop in tce, art rocked hack- tors Hill from the canal side Just Madrid, Stain, and New Delhi, In-
I- "Food, .shelter and sanitation are cared for and California. dumped into h u g e above the water. dia. I- A
nd you can spend your time and energy doing re.- ROIT BEECERI is Euclid trucks by the skillmf u I The threat of Contractor's Hill Since starting the Contrctor 4
ll- search instead of hacking trails, toting supplies, princialof La Boca High shovel operators Itself collapsing into the canal Hill project in Panama, econ
cooking and just keeping alve."Aart from lying mi- The excavation work is the re- now has belen eliminated by the Corp. his -been awarded two oth- T.
cooking and just keept l. nhighva c from ol play l o of the observance in 1936 of Ingealous, ewetation work An- er contracts by the Panama Can- (, .
fle Becher has worked with norp a emack along the crest of Con- derway boTecon Corp, 4 Company ". 40 910 p..
he. .. Ja Bal n hu wo otterOh school grolrhtractor's Hill, at which time two A. Ray It, general manager 'One t o ver the ed- ,, -.
S thnerl told me tat all the big catsof the Producila i tp L umet were established aor of Young LT s Corp., ng with e. work Pojct 13,a ll ofAh' and potions.
SOp c follow th e Barro Colorado trails, nclud- part ofoi, aasuto In The f ape mren t his assa mager, Wn. C. ha e ad the ot it-seller come
lu the Jaguar whote doesn't live on the island Hasty Hearts y John Patr13k. -n l-3 -t an nal
but is poaROBERT MMMINGER, h d so perceptibly that two ence with ane o. i n.arrowet point in tho. Canal. u.
o, tet swims over'mtorpoach. Automatic cameras mk U' tents, Edward Burw.ell, PRAYRan 0 sL ts,worked out The latter Job consist* of lt"
u, with trip wires across the trails take ahl t pyed may W roles of vartoutJ .Th e -inteajob onofolatoT F TS
sits of nocturnal prowlers, theater groups during hi..tinmq' S ist in the office of a o.04f dillfg, bla t-:WC slem loose so that the-Canal
ears ,fnodturnalore owhlners.aeirosw anded homas F.redge "aareisa Tort.
ley Occarsionaly the ocelots and pumas can be de- as a diploemat.While over or uton, .whicb o
ropeetk ih con teltory relay. wthe of n divisiosngeolog-i-- L. -Y --.
.tpcted taking parallel strolls with the scientists.ropefherfoin t time to relax with of engineers, South Panh ffe .lg to reo deec r..t. -
"Just curiosity, I woUld say,"remarke' chneirla serent th eatr c e algroups.~ e onitin,' San Francisco, were -.
cle W hen Zetelt first came to Barro t rado he i is we-Panama.. w as last se h mnd crevice. stg-e"h-" "
0 W had to paddle acosps the take inlana-NTie dugout welld knoWs to Teele" at aummoned ate the wid.Y
to canoe and cam pout on the bare ground.o tnendationwa
ie Latrter he started cutting .tralls and buildings D ] Miavy blasting in the area on :i ; p..
termite test-houses, combinrixn shelter and re- Mitt h been ia rrwurt 13 until the problem" .of
search. This program is still continued in addl- Vienna,E NFhas been Ini!Contractor's Hill could be defined.
tion to the many termite graveyards r plays, theri.. Her association. The Panama Canal Comapy, WEEK-END RELEASE!
of testpos, er te addramadte back to her Unvr- u direction of Col. Huth XN
ll, with various numbered a ns dated and treated siy days in Vienna. Though her Arnold, asked for bids on oL
ly "Af er chemic0yeal s -ofopnaoas re- ay irests are o1 the and It was awarded Te6on Cbrpor
lill reach we are still learning about termites," said with contwhhrary plays. She of lest..
lth Zetek. seen in the Theatere Contraetor's Hill Is composed Sf


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1. Ntbler of cards in tha pack In a & poker game,
with thb Joker wild.
S. .Iniy boasted that be got In school: "O0 in
nreadtg ad 40 oin umber."
Trick: Take 1 from 1, and get more than 19.
6 Missed a "hole-in-b6," by one tkteo.
7. If you want to get a normal niht' sleep, but
have to aise at 20, at what time must you go to
S Aeadinag to Banum., there's aucker boar
4 -
8'f T Maero krt fla today ex-preflotd ad
* 1 e1s-.presideta' wives.
I.S. A plane fying at 1264 miles pa hour, would
go what distance from aoon nWtil .
1 T'ortiled" is tUaea pgS teas otf afr
to a eadl codl .

1. Number of tulegs. 0t Freanchaka that cen't
be wrong.
2. Sald John Barrymore: nb re -thik a
..woman can make out of almost -, a salad, a hat,
i a. quarrel.
ti rt eand to endL
S- d to 'i the human skull, and o

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lnot, write 64.
10. Wealth of a pantlees man.
13. Difference between the fractions one -rd and
-on -th s equal to their product
14. How sany years os the. Wrie Canal

Call Out the Mariner

S cause he aa add five straight IUnes to the ona
shown la the diagram. above, s, by so doingl, make
ive trisage. Can you do IkewIe ?
A soluti IAs given elsewhebo In the pap, but
Wom't peek until you've tried the problem,
WrITHPUT turning the pp. state quickly how
tUe number 8190 would appear upside down.
No fair standing on your head. Answer quickly.


Qution of Time
IT should take oaly three wti-
f t be to 8 b ow N Oa & A y o I aren
In this test. Allow e aiute
to eacs qualtle".
SWrite the number 1 to 10
I 4 row, thusly:
ieI as 86 411 10
Now, cross out groups of these
Ia three strokes, and each stroke
must end an an odd number. Ia-
possaible though it sounds, that is
what you are to do.
2 "Bk"a lia aflorious pas-
time." an enthuasiast re-
marked, "but at the close of the
last season among the skiers at
my aequainteade, four had bro-
ken their left arms, five had bro-
ken their right arms, two had
their tight ams abmid, and three
had ound left arms."
What Is the smallest number
of akiMer thp speaker could have
had In miad?
3 A mOM aware of impending
death bequeathed to his
young wife aoeL*tbird of hi for-
tune and the refnaining two-
thirds to hib adn. If Such should
be born; but oae-half of it to thie
widow ald the other half to his

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mants i~al~nir; J( or. t *** -nda eato w*
'utush waag ltm ot Sahoqier prouotux.
Mar.;. s tr is br iolal: toe theu to polt
alm. Sos"l ammpo bandtes wit o4awing btite
. o or Bml tlas,. awis.-
na ri' ree laS e to e sf uM seh-.
te tr. aw a g ly wrap or otherwlge
pa .d samt lt~an vs, lanDb tape or
other Satala hl.
Out fafa Oft m W4 to &afiaUStO -hape I-
eita aQ ewt WO., "M blas to bolts aMd
dowqt (owe le uwd teo rt sto pmIs last t
slight aOno.)
BeDgias : an SviD to moust steps bed- a
Sof amn, Iang a aM, li naeteMear, as am alm.
i$stai methods at uta ulr Some yMer held.
talg strtmis that 'uppae 4ada Ore tabq the a*oul-
dears. Row it uad. of e6une, it takes praetle to
hiem s nthid ully.
nbe aiMeld anvaglemtly a a4level a
Seer s whot s ga~na proqims< at th
highest lweal mst rskee a Istaetit* eompathtlu.

Jut Use Your
YOU should be able to see the
correct answer to eamh of
the following questions. How
many can you answer cormtly ?
1. ach of the ftolowtng word
have amething i oenmoan:
mqam. reviver, noeo level,
tosSe What?
2. .What two letters of the al-
plhal t are mis in this amys-
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IT'S nettAng to think that J.
Frthingham M ang who's
wielding tie net above, just isn't
latereited in any old butterfly,
bpt rather insists on catching a
certain apecie. In fact, he's after
two. Those are the only two but-

daughter, If a daughter should
be born.
After his death, twin were
born, a son and a daughter. Now
should the fortune be divided to
fulfill hia wisaes?
*fl ao eqs paw '4 zuanq p s
n *AIN 03 j.11 iuwme n 1 Jiqanp
SID of Sal eq*R pm uoe aqw n qnmiu
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WeA'V# *| "I pUS I*' uo pue

Eys for This
L. How many letter ar re-
peated into th eqlly odd eam-
tence: Qetk Wat Ophyr vx
bold Aim?
4. Whloh on et thee three
Afures does pet have the ea e
digits as the othpe:
(a) W3Sr61S0m (b) U$18MeOl

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terfles on the diagram whi4 ,do
not have mates. Aigde
out which ones they are ?
Remember, he is sot interest-
ed in those which are palred He
Is interested only In the two
which do dot match.

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YI U dips .A& d9ay f .
1 Y oiPont O, SAMtp .topW"Bai i

A ai i M l-t.owa t s u hlPV elsae tu
ome a seas "Sd bob b-yOU were asked tfo itlet the largt,
s. iamandy e siteOdwlagsove, 6 wudoitw?
lsaWSi S -We think St. ad SYWMdl 1ieve waga you
fiMMstbj Lais. G.*Ctsa aesuap them.
Ii bg, -uP.:S ). WSitual TV
o ev "" t' Some Words With Yoauw
ov I about. w.thia. a

begitanr I the quihk.ateay au'
uan meeda to know, W t0 a0,m
buyt g erAWq vogetobla ad
moats, sd prepart them nI
quatiies, make h book valu-
able too, to chairman of asterlag
com lttaes of clubs, ehurdhes,
MIS ROM Ms Ck oohtoot, by
Rae 3laek (Henry M olL 10s p.:
4). Niceat a a of ine eualne are
Compounded by a maltr d'hotal.
W* to w rite e TelsOIO.
edited by Wm. 1. Kn mlas, sad
*AN .ls a hao esf w, My UMail
I. Jela (ech Masotn. Moue*,
" A.: VeO). sn bol. okehT.
for these with hope of prsfes
etal asueow radie of TV.

Word Hitch-up

Swho'd rthberrdo than walk.
You cMa enable him to RID in-
stead of WALK by trnuformins
the former word ,lato the latter
by the tepword mes thod of
changing one letter each step to
Brodueo another 'ommon word.
The change- can be made in 6a
fow. a mewur top. Try it.
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lDoto graph

Sminado ef an 1
anoetat fable ina e
the dotograph "
St right wh1 h is
more reeonu."I & q
able after you
h a v e completed
the picture. To
do o,. draw a 1I 1("-
Continuous line *
from dot 1 to dot A &
a1. Where two '
numbers are be-
side one dot, uPt
the dot for both.
Afterwards, you |R
may wish to
color the fAgurees.

When can a
man be aid to
be hbad over ears
in debt ?

What occurs
once in a minute ,
twice tI a mo-
meat and niot
onee in a hunm.
dred thousand
year ?la7afe
-.4l *ILL *aeausv

tertn 0* key
words to tho die'
gramo at right
ar givae to be
used ap ie mla
um ra#wam to
ndinog the roat
wre's how:
Copy the let-

tn now owing
in the blamik
* pa e ninety
below them, row

beeath It ls t 'Me
top disJes); a
T ain te four
bitasw, ete. Do
ths with ali of

e thr out e diin.
the lower thr pobl
apd gueuua at
Mimin sw ttern,
try to form abort
words iii which the same letter. will apply.
Whoe the qrmnt letters at the My word are
feadi shorer words found therein will be in evi.
*Seo thU rogout the diagram
X soae cases., more than one sewer Is pobls.
Ir'a s you earn Sad one here.
'Ajes nh4IMeM "61OW WiE PUSS UdeS


Colorgraph Test for Jr Raders

- am of the6 pleat above
by atuig s eUs- y, mt
athe's eater way to mat.
appear. m OgL the agme at-

aonag to the fellowung o"r In-
diste: 4-oet: It-4-a.: --
tblu: T~- ew; bstm : 31
-atsk; yP-q*l. It you do Sot
ane p ta, amt re alghiy.

( Igz gwgg w Wit Wisdomfrontp FIt 's Your Move

By AJugu. feeDfer
1-What is the third book of the
ew Testameat?
6-- at was the ntah found.
tion oft the wllthe heaven-
10-Ha v Iev. 21:e0)

I1a the per tionsand

21 the o leh to whom David
d he ark Sam1:10)
2f-Clam of society o in India.
jhejoined Paul

w^inth (Acts 185d)
each the pm gatered
in th. sloacele to c lebrat
there f the ark? IUSO.

litpe s ekisg at

T -Dlspatche.
T--The swan.
1-Who opened the seals of the
book? (Rev. 6:1)
2-Biblical river (Dan. k2)
--Penetratim tastes.
6-Advanced n years.
7-00" comrade.
--Goddem of malicious mis-
--A border city of the land of
the Israelte (Num. 34:8)
1-Case for small artieles
15-Collections of literature.
2;.3- Umerate.
2-71 destroyed by the Lord
bemule of the wickednes of
its L habitat (Geo. 13:10)
2-odde of peace.
--Couatj OfdC.

h-& what sort of poplar wne
some pf Jacob's rodsmade?
(Gen, 0:7l)

t-Amum t mpatiae
ve pronoun.

Tongue Twirter
aC the teDow*tg aloud p
Wapdly as pWual -

WaS's wife Witssm kam
lraygWW &us, sr oesa*aae m araw a&

41-Lock of hair. 57-Gaelic.
46-Meadow. -W etheroock.
47-Pe-ntotae Iam*igonnosetry.
49-ow Jes wab l d to the S1-Mank' cowl.
eroas I2-. het daughter of Pha-
51-8os at Beor (GeO. M:32) nu (Luke t:3)
S- al amount (Jud -. 15) limlutin .e
SJ-tagaJchsrmL. O7--Cow ploen.

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' Germany, is welcomed to the mayors' conference reception in New York by Mayor
and Mrs. Elmer Robinson of San Francisco. More than 600 public officials attended.

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WAington. several members of the cast pose with Rep Joseph Martin (R). Massachusetts Girls are Cornelia
V*.iuWmae Ruth Marris, Ann Burke, Eva Fatzinlck, Shirley Shull, Betty Lewis, Patty Burtner and Patrida Morris.

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USIS Library

Dy OIJVE BROOm to take home one book it a time.
He has almost 10,0W t titles
Out on Panama City's Central from which to choose
Avenue, one block before it veers Card Indexing methods follow
right to become the Via Espana, the subject-and-author system that
a 'foursquare, rectangular t w o- is standard throughout the United
story building stands well back States. For size, the library could
from the curbline. serve, a substantially large cenm-
At sidewalk level, a bi display unity.
window runs almost the full width But it differs from States libra-
of the first story. ries in several important respects.
Inside it a passer-by may see About half of the volumes it
dramatized almost anything from contains are in Spanish.,Books in
fiction to photography, from sports English and Spanish are indexed
to power dams. and classified without regard to
Few who stop to observe what the language of the text. The y
"ol is being shown in the display fall stand side by side on the shelves.
to accept a welcome to enter the Thus a Latin American reader
room behind it. For the glass islwill find Hemingway's "The Old
in effect a picture window in re- Man and the Sea," or Willa Cath.
verse. her's New Mexican novel "Death
The view beyond is far morelComes for the Archbishop," in
than a big inviting room done in excellent Spanish translation. But
"tChiriqui-red, blue-gray and cana- if he wishes to try the. originals
7ry yellow. in English, they are there for him
,. It's a capsule panorama in pic- to select.
,..tures, and sounds and words ofI Because of is special mission the
the whole United States. of Ameri- USIS library contains only books
ca. by American authors, or books
Here the public of Panama and about the United States.
everybody else are invited to drop But within these brackets there
in for a long or short look. Per- is something for everybody, for
STUDENTS are issued library cards after registering and may borrow books for a period of haps they will want to listen al- every taste and age, staying with
so. the first grade in element ar y
two weeks. And if they wish they may take, school. A special section, with
home some samples for dclo s e r low chairs and tables, has been
enjoyment in their own homes. Reserved for the smallfry.
Last month some 5,000 visitors For Panama businesmen there
accepted the invitation of the U- is, for example, the huge, all in-
nited States Information Serv i c e elusive "Thomas' Register of A-
to drop in to read Amer ica n merican Manufacturers."
books, newspapers or magazines For Panama physicians a n d
to see educational movies or to nurses there is a modern medical
listen to American music or dra- library. Of the 80 doctors practic-
ma from records or tape record- ing in the- Interior of Panama, 38
wings. 'have borrowed volumes by mail.
Most of them entered first the The library hopes soon to extend
spacious ground-level air-condition- this personal postal book-service
ed library where they meet a to teachers in remote communities.
trained bilingual Panama n ia n An extension service is already
desk clerk who is ready with in- lending volumes in bulk to Inte.
formation. !rior schools; but the bookmobile
Visitors who wish merely to service operated as an experiment
look around are free to do so. If has been abandoned because it
they wish to do research they was too costly.
may select a volume and settle Latest issues of half a hundred
down into on of the comfortable States magazines may be read at
native mahogany chairs at a spa-: the library, but not borrowed. On
cious table. But many readers the racks, too., are six of the most
soon find themselves asking the important daily newspapers. Pub.
attendant: listed in San Francisco, St. Louis,
"What do I do to join?" Cincinnati, Boston, Washing t o n
The procedure for becoming a and New York.
member of the United States Li- In charge of all this reading
brary is simple. Foreign Minster matter is Cultural Affairs Officer
Octavio Fabrega, incidentally, Jerry R. James. Before Panama,
? holds card No. 1. his last post was Siam. He came
Each individual is asked to fill here as librarian and will continue
out a form in Spanish giving some to function in both posts until an-
statistical data about himself, his other librarian arrives from the
command of languages, what he States.
likes to read and his cultural in- Two other United States Inform-
terests. He does not need to sign ation Agency officers and twelve
the data sheet unless he wishes toi Paniamanians hold skilled or spo-
do so. Next the receives a bor- cialied posts as the USIS center.
rower's card which entitles him Public Affairs Officer Harry S.

REGULAR STAFF MEETINGS ensure coordination and smooth functioning of the various USISS
activities. Here Harry S. Casler, Public Affairs Officers, meets with the staff. Cultural Affairs ,
Officer Jerry R. James sits beside his chief. '



CESAR LANGE, in charge of the film library, gi ves a lesson in how to operate a 16 min. pro-
jictor. Projectors as well as films are loaned to Qualified individuals. During the first three JOSE ANTONIO MONTERO, radio operator, receivs- th, darly
wireless file which is tri.smitted from Washington by Morse
months oA 1955, USIS conducted 364 showings of educational and documentary films to a total signal to all USIS posts. From this material press and radio
.buhetins are prepared. FLe Ofiicer W, P. Rambo etecks a
audience, of SAore than 9'7,000 person. ieShUND J 'in.

IW .Sumda~ ~.~sSpup SUNDAY, JUNE Th19,-95

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Casler heads of operation. A form- Both records and films go to
er New York newsman, he was the Interior sometimes a one of
shifted to Panama after holding the USIS sound trucks which
a similar pit with tbhe US embas- pull up in the plaza atf many. a lit-
sy in thb6Netberlands. tie hamlet to bring the public (in
tinder Casier's direction, the Spanish) a sight of the United
USI8 work here has been expand- States and a sound of Its music.
ed, and the center moved from One truck works out of David,
its downtown secoend-story quar- another from the capital city. A
ters on I' Street to its present lo- USIS auboffice in the Colon Con-
cation three months ,ago. eulate handles records and films
Casler's view that the new loca- on the Atlantic Side.
tion would be more convenient for All of these projects have a
people of alT .ages, and income single purpose, to let people of
groups has been borne out by 1he other lands know what it's like
big jump In demand for the cen- in the United States, and how A-
ter's services since Vice-President mericans think, and act and feel
Richard Nixo.cut the opening rib- in their home country, and also
bon last February. to make known the aspirations of
There is parking space in the the free world.
back. off the' Avelda Peru, where For some few people in each of
35th Street does not cut through tho 4t countries where USIS oper-
to Central Avenue. rates the project goes even further.
Heading the iOw firmational activl- It provides scholarships to visit
ties is another ex-newsman writ- in he United States for study.
er .poet andt O aph e r, W. Sifting the applicants is a pains.
Preston Ranrbw rho held p similar taking job. After p rllmi nary
post in Brtzil. screening, decisions are made by
Under hi direction, news but- a Joint scholarship committee of
letins received from the Sta t e s Americans and Panamanians. Ex-
via speei4la a mission in code foreign Minister Jose E. Lefevre
are, troasmlttd daily, in Spanish is honorary chairman. ,
to all Paa a newspapers and For those friends, overseas who.
radio stations, may perhaps never have a chance
Featt soies, coons a o see the Statue Liberty in
Feost4er si iestrio rtoons a nd Newu York .Harbor; -ft to observe
therill- thedemocratic ideas work a-
lications, News. releases and an- mon the masses of American
ouncements tell the public of the people, USIS has' another idea.
work of0the center and of the US To bring a large group overseas
Embassy divisions. To large grorP overseas
Four other programs roundISactivities brings a few exceptional -people
the mainstream ofUSIS activities, who have made good in some
They dealwith films, radio, schol- unique or outstandi way.
arships and the visits of American or "
specialists., Most recent distinguished visitor
Group booking from schools was America's foremost composer
and or institutions leave few and critic Virgil Thompson, who
empty hours for the 100-seat air- lectured at Panama's Nation a l
conditioned USIS theater on the Institute of Music and the USIS
second floor of the center. .theater;
Teachers or leaders take their Expected skon are such diverse
pick from the 1000 or more 16- personalities as basketball coach
millimeter films depicting the U- Kenneth Loeffle, and Dr. Hugh D.
united States from every point of Carnes, professor of foreign trade
the compass, .and business administration at
If your club or student group. Tulane University, New Orleans.
finds it inconvenient to see a show- These men ate representative of
ing at the center, you can borrow the US specialists who have visit-
the film. What's more, the cen- ed Panama under USIS sponsor-
ter will lend you a projector to ship.
show it. There have been others. At least
Films in the cinema libr a r y thei*e, labor leader Hilton Han-
come in Spanish and English, in nah, track star Harrison Dillard
color or black-and-white, with and cartoonist Elton C. Fax have
sound or without. Science and been Negroes.
baseball, the Grand Canyon and The world knows that the U-
the canyons of New York's fi- united States has a racial problem.
nancial district are on hand. Most A struggle toward solution is in
films are documentary or educa- progress. The appearance in for-
tional. eign lands or American Negroes
Equally diverse, for those who who have been able to develop
want to know how the United their talents in the United States
States sounds, are the 10,000 long- and have received recognition for
playing voice of America records their accomplishments speaks loud-
supplied to radio stations a n d er than any written word can of
groups, a basic and continuously develop-
They include hillbilly and Hay- ing democracy. That is the es-
den, for music. For drama, the sential ingrained spirit of the A-
center finds its plays of espion- merican and the country he has
age and adventure are among the
most popular. (Continued on Page 6.

ESTEBANUA MEDINA, student f the Instituto Justo Arosemena
searches in the vertical file ftthe title of a book to assist her
In her studies. The library Ifaed by many students and
professional people for researclh.




LEON ZIMNOWODSKI, Polish refugee from Soviet slave labor camps and a resident of Panama
City, is shown being interviewed- by Tito Alba and Roy Naylor, His account of the horrors he
and his family suffered ith the hands of the Communists was recorded on tape by U8IS In
Spanish, English, Russian and Polish and sent to the United States Information. Agency in
Washington for world-wide.broadcast.

VICTOR AND MARIA LUCILA NG of the R epublica de Chile school look at some books
in the library.

nue. Among the thousands of card-holding me mbers of the library are Panama officials, edu-
cators and students and members of the diplo matic corps.

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Waop." To ber wtk is rpr tbr **W 7pe i aitr j
Irish master. er Tts. a S l to o
loom t bet to Bjyafitw taeaNgm0, his "Umte
Of ittef ." "
Mrs. Zaf merman cam e ftm DlrhulaImeg A~m1 it
has been a resiaent of Diable e tar t P y4mr.
studied i oetry uTnder Robert i t im at "I,
where she pls to resume lanstruetlm4ig. tle dl bte.
With her husband. Dr. George = imeiama, s i m-
pital pathologist,. and their two small some, she is At-
urdal for New York en route to Iowa City. Dr. Xlameiman
wlUe assigned at the Universty to resme studies la his

By Vivian Zimmerman
This is no home for me. A land
Of Siberian wind, Lblan day calm and forever flat.
Embryonic culture suffering the blister of an arm bud-
In the last stronghold of Sioux, MMaquakle, and Sao.
Frigid, windswept, sunlesu all winter long;
Whatever is warm comes from some hot air vent.
Caught in this torose. torpid atmosphere they strive
To create an intellectual outpost which will survive.
Inspiration is bu, a pallid candle.
Ghostly und flickering unless supplied
With wholesome air ncugh to handle
Its ever increasing flame Air thin and rarefied
Serves but to put out the fire.
Then the mamalian inner woman falls asleep
To drowse and dream of brighter lands-
Of red hills afire at sunset and pine trees spread lke fats.
Oh Homesteader standing gaunt with fearful look
In the doorway- of your house of aod
Turn back a hundred year" of the history book
And tell me of your faith how you withstood
The onslaught of this sea of lee.
What brave man, for all your downesat glasee
You stayed and plowed and stocked this land
With a breed of static winter proof Man.
I must see it again: the Atlantic from lorida' eseast
In summer somtly blue green, greeting the sand ke a hoest
Hardly a rise the waves make as they slide dowly to ret
SNo thunder nor white caps only a swell for the crest.
And I shall feel peace thi time where enet I cried for *om
Where silent surf and hot mst bring aboe outlines ate Sre.
I must see it again, the Atlantuc hro Florida's mamt
In summer like a late sleeper rising taden-eyed to beast
Of an emerald night under the sea
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WASINTN Ahe cairan of te Penasyvanla Aparent he t ot real
seaI Senmte -pease f-d sim Water and Power Compan.. tha a senator is paid by all tim
to that of Viee Preseidet Nmsos Bush's friends td sat with tMaxyers aas is supposed to be
*whiN rew the 2 s joemtiatl a p to raise W HoAEwever, a publn c am of all th-e tax.
caj-h mb". tur lhas jus they exceeded tbU l cal by a payers, nt s7a special interest
hesaw .erthed bh Is ealu. o ern. Amount. e RePub- group that a m eoeb msmey to
Ihve I has mVwraised .by bcan State Committee i tCow- suport his extra 4icular ac.
am m. Prescot B Con- ecticut! nidemta.& ,# has *et tivities betweemsle s.

KS5-. Other RepuMblean in COB-
meetleut placed it at nearer ,-
60a. TiMe-tts. 1usd wes a little
ISm tMhiM fphod,. the Bobs
e beenbeo a s tkidt je ast, sad
wte e NIne. Wim I too was
raea by weahj
aMM *t ath areod^ ewYk
usa -cct Nailbr Stua was
rgstmrel with sme Mlek ae toe
Samuteias re aWre- by law .forl
The Bsh fti has bees raised
bey a guopp at flys M bcs
of whi*h two are Rolad Harri-
ma. sadi John B. Gates. Bush,
whims qinitiMsedl, admitted these
two debmclwd to same the
other te.
Relaei H antm Is a partner
I the Wall StOOet aIIen fMr
mo w sretrsa Earriesam of
whieh Sema lr h' was alms a
mart-IF. Be is abroherfGov.
UsllI~rimam ef Haew York.

gere he is a m9s0er a
ei ad i Tag Istmts..

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Shmea_ hwe, M

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1 wish U Mat er ms f"i 4
btweft W hs be@&sof bodlo he

Jst voted to increased its- '
salary y 0 per cot
Senator Baus has always IN-
esed me. as beingg personaly
Be was fr ak m swering
questions when queried about his
tesret mond.
He said that aftef his last cam,
paign be had $1,6 of campaign
money unspent and that friends
later persuaded him to build it
up Into a publicity fuad for use
betweos uledis. J & ai he had
set the -I I f 0m6hM wsad
a w ed that t d bhee
ove d thegh e bet thea
surplus aseNaeW 8A hs "e

-terd, .oe. a roI &. the
Rotel uirt k m Mastle t, saI lives
UBrs8 giyea rt Ca e-ei xe-
He satids hat m er the a e.
Keats, eimedr seevhq seetlab
of Co6aeetKlut, o hse pubufcty
for Um. Keats as" effles in
lartford, is N a a rem l n the
'otel w t Nart d, a wd Hves

Savo that fac1 t is i d asp"e f. r
aD reporting it. B --
"Ao I Ihe rta M ,we ane s*et
mquired o 0 ze* s9e.
Btis since wetis taMt A apc
fund," he sal. "As war as i
I ass *meto be mek
6ho wahas A& Numa0

t aplaee Ot
came from
people who

lal or feat Washingaes
e.aa; abouthe kind at
government hisl supporters believ-
ed in, .Bush replied with a long
and involved dAseussions.
"I defended Secretary Hump-
dhrey's anti-inflation policy in the
meatin' he explained is pat,
MaIy beakers aii busioesime*
a"ree wh ase am aastabe meaey
pelHe. The other a beaker
eae up to me, =k ~ and,
Ssaidl HO k GaGd =th is
ftreeie thm e Sieae who nder-
tanIds finaeUes.' "
Most f seaH ,ti h Pe th w
aclm leded, ie rm eutide
Coisetieut. B cils ed that most
of e daounm were frieodo but
wastoid that be al On t ambey
ifrm some peop he didn't know.
Whea ashe4 hw a stranger fro6M

Isamedr ae oy t thea were
jimpfr uoagr-to Pignt hs poit
S view.
an excuse givOw by Semaf
Deh for raing tds rat a a-
abe amount o mom mwe y am
was Wumuar to the alibi m twK
t durisL tme No fund furr-
i&M am either a senter were'
doing it teo.
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Am me oeeaysd bymI
tConress. They meet bei
Slaw w .ed, and I la a rinalh
* dot-oe. IIN wi be interesU

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S wih th omm t I beg favors of Comm dst ma,.tar
maml' qinUy M-te..s dM eme hao that we Rus .i mt A, tt te this rebtra Ge-
s. airbtau^ te* l actB I rist^ orp t oTt ^l a, as, W. ?"a. t athe --r _at ,sso t ki h ara r wata oao atam got .

Sandomerm rGhmaar or' ath maintenance of wOald eeadb wur gs,.a **g g O
Ande0 1s tes a .eepI n weatmi m A bausadle w r r united GeraaaN Weeds esbop-
ad .im ,, ls a^^ ter. No g. MewlBe. tr. -~,~br _. fhaV"edp.* 1 4 mse wonge to tiwaa 9em e-,, e Germany o dte,
CToahet a p tians theeIaCe dAn".L 0 ab Iow_ m ,as,_l__ aft Ipiton m t tht te.ean bRg vre.e g. --s .m Tsrotea otwhiaetr G bGte tais d

Amuttin .I&%e*mete. wtors usaas t ra,,te ..r .th.e i .orauge Th mens ha Rusn ae gre-atet dhrfin tereriekfro
So Uhr-American Ac- they aa nseeded-wend ew wth t to op1 e U Genelas a@ July 13. Ge(nn m .no ihrawal .t.. ho e withdrawn seek dome
tiv atehie r Wt be oired. ",U ir gangal Thea,,t purpose _. the Jig0 NATO or withdrawal of A tferk a.assWelalm the West" the
ulyne d t ml aanied f .. tha ma ct FourM or the sumait Is troops Ambassader assernted. ut e ad-
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eto the te the he ned to the tender dis now uerstood to be ae Mn Any fear that western Germany mitted that this raised a reel
stage tb I clue of the or the saint show, for example, as ttlfeatis ctUbe pobm afpecting -having obtayed Its tadependenee problem for the Soviet as I as
country-startiin New York. A needed. Ist-West tensions. There will he -wBil sell out Amerlcan support teuslos between East ad W
h m fuor the ommttee said Automatio wI be speed far attempt to ve completely were foreclosed by the ambIa.- exists
smare sthan ever-Reuther envision-e problem. uch as the Germtan-ue- dor with the flat tateme1t:
S anethat we'll be -. that aused he alcan differences. "a. am d of aemur solutoo to this pat of t he i.
point hear right ater the lr d th worker n ts believed likel, however, system without p tios of th ca n be found oly n a
keith R b.= 5.,= ,0% bae em sttaeithot-eues hotol
m^l'l8 te .aa muedtha Ie'll -- rooM. Finaly .. that a d boerd at duffsk b n, a t yu tty f GeanyKa. "asy al.Remeinder t. Thodafy, e
bod am 24690. No* Not -will bear, emos theb *trer ,The hireu. o& critic ony a.t.S3Slsts
S ummran." y Imnimoblled-thm e to their plants that in any diheet negotiations be- United States-a he em sug- eenwerace of the BigFour power.
--- became they' have mo mch twen the G ans and the Ris- gested by the Soviet Uni-seems IThe Sviet wi have to be assured
The omtttee also plans to an lavetmest I the blges to iwans to "omaUlze' their rela- worthie to us and would only re- that it fears of an attack from
'lean a"what wr t teft or come i ahe e wh pe. lions, Dr. Adeauer orahis m i *- suit in establshing Soviet roatrol the West are groundless, so as to a
It i.CaCila in Los Angeles and tiey ad credit for supplemental terms will hate more to demand of over all of Europe. Without Amer- make it easier for the Russian
thea head for Sna Diego about "guaranteed wages" that they'lI the Russians than the Russians lean help. no Europea country forces to be withdrawn from em.-
y stay with one plant a their ies will dead of the Germ cold ever hope todefe itelf.tral and eastern Germany.
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Wtnea of ea t wns tThscaonew ea.m itoB
SSteel industry IM adeni in Pitte- come itatle-tamlehe. as Ir Tag-e
burgh were i a slight state of land of old, rooted to their home I
shtoc tAesw tness oh -t'W alter Winchesll In Ne.w York.
lobo aterrt figured the ato iders are cukig over howeas t rie t o W Fias
Pa at Walter Rurtlier wold the ews of the od settleie tnmente
make their peace ,voing satch reached the e Atto Union high corn- /
cast sume-so q ei manBd-the UAW executive board.eo --p o
bo tinere a nosihtg left for the Tihe coueil hed been sitting TOAST WITe OUT TEARS yTbeme D' Fund will get the pro. Fancy": "Your comments about
steel executive to do but give around waiting for word from the iceeds from "Ankles Aweig!" our show increased biz trepmend-
Djvd MeDonals 1,6000,0X steel blacked out Reuther-Bagas hotel Here's to the love than began starring Betty & Jean Kean. oualy".. Reminder to show-folk:
wWers twice as much ia ay room. Finally one. of the board at dusk tLast year," memos the Fund, The applause. of critics only lasts
raises as they originally planned members called his home office To the lilt of a jukebox tune; "we aided 13.36 needy players one night.
to yielA .oReport aow a that the long distance. His linetltenant said, By a clown with the face of a with 3517.185. We know a mere
uCI a ate w bIh w ll win a .. cent "Congratulations." The national moon. mention by you will help sell the The Big Time: Ruth Lowe (who
S an houreri a w&ei k raise. Be- offial asked, "What for?" The Here's to the love that was much hose out." (TIckets now on sale wrote "I'll Never Smile Agains)
S fore the t the steel aide replied that the pact was too brief at the box-office).. With every has a newy: "My First Love"
d ,ry willingig to ago .a'. The pationl fleer said,! To remeber-iave when the celeb i. town there-it will be Jo Ann Tolley thrushes it tenderly
her 2. a wee codn't e." ~ heart- Imore exciting than Opening Night! (Deeea). wth's "My Love Came
taeasa[e. UAnd it turned out that nW all Hears that melody played some-.. .Nat (King) Cole writes: "-Be- Back Te Me" i. Gordon Jenkns'
Th, tn, mians that all the excitemeh t someone forgot to where, lieve me, there is no basic for latest honey. Dinah Washing.
ian wl have to jack up it tell the hisg commani acrs the And the pulses quicken-start, the rumors. We are never ar. tn's Merury Album.. .Matt Den
, pay ay make thi- street -tat it was a, over-,,,and To as ao r that means nothing Just want you to th a he C-Chi (on* W th
e higt f wages i tey were etig themselves in any more Man. You've been The Most"..r and RC Album of Rodgers &
S history a locked room for quite a whIe But the sd that drifts The youth involved a the art melodies tiled"SheDances
Sr- after we a ewsmen told the rest of through a astlocked door.. Christian jewel-gift fiasco is re Oerhea".. Joi James at La
Sacty agof two young the world... Frances dodm'an ported in Mexico where his e- Va.. .Ruth A m an in "Boy
blters took Is1,9,0 ta-rickety air- -td-H --t eg panion is an ex-B'way starlet Rend" miand Douglas Rodgers
b rslan er bega to The hihet Comm circles i.n B.C.)...They ay Marilyn Mearee whose name was lot in our list
Sefange bot as the U hve approved a work- eleb e Town Mary M looked so beauful at Fire Island of t taInted "Plain I Fancy"
tpo r who invited ha ing liaitn between their water- Cay reporting that the aCope a (thover the weekend) nearly two principals.
a. tpri o ront people and the toughest of her era f an tr fo dozen- n dances took their hands off
Dack i. st' spring of 1B, the underworld on the docks?5 The Her'sta5-weloekUn. Jleas their hps"
.Walter ad Reut er who Comm mits, who aetrol col- proditef Mr. Wond ersoful" -o Manhattan Murals: The "Live
S at that t very erable ewre in thrve could use a whrw-stoper like henr. and Let LiUe Sop" e- upper
fela eor bad a Olast last e d athis a- a Shelley Winters sitting m a Midtown Melodrama: Wheal Broadway which just folded.
$LS Dmanwee ks.r a rv" culdn'te.hea rhep to s. IoeexitheanOpenibooth a dstrtlelDTe Ae.aRu f-ris" wnoew
iv peakrbR ee the Ford mak e the -b contact by s .ead. Jt er wth om of h ollywoodses the W itdle) o n the Farbe ca d Ne : "et it'h 6otted we gottit "wr h
.River Rouge i word ey were wil a hand. rti hmer Loew and O. a te rrifng o (Tl e w uck coun-terman at a delicatessen
SVery few %= m rld stand h .t semsfe aid orth mers. gt.rh ar ofHlod s- twhi toe t e hr Frs an d P e srt Ci the .is) who wears nJnkis
io fewinr aret loec pistelned sou s dorubt a boidso thtdoA. amter), who made s nod enir lice Emergency trweks don't com- oGean IrMen Cross from World. -
m mt theim -oer te reetbteitd abou own, at Dirhty Moore's.. .Ne w plain or us your hack on havi War ILt..Seen on the rear of a
aware of ra message at Haerry rn e' Loingshoreme-'s eterweMght iayou s ee eeTl .De glass trk't left: HiRA. l On the Right
the satme p .utftoday: What hap- Ua on's inner circle ha a window-table of The Flordian they aren't coming dto escue yoe. "Hers."
peaad i Det hus. month means to-try to get toe-hol east of San (5st and Main) enjoying passer se. Monday at 3:3 a m. half of
Ztar n thas has bee hiatd at. Franciso. They're surveyiag the bys waved conratse ..Ruth Hu- m an.oatta probably was awaken-
For example: New Orlesas and Galvestoe ports. se using a little late 'kerchief to ed wh a Fire Rescue Squad Broadway Owl: The John Mc-
St F Sminatra eating like a 3B0- & Lafayette Streets awy ow Th New Yorker) are expected to

i' Slli h ur Allies: 8arah uta'a ap...m Otthey sa le IWb td s w* -D hg meets d her.
Pe Vaugthan s s f about the Oto- ta woman (overcome by a moke) Avewue st sbe.weesn as one aos
e*s. hi wasndtr.bblA Aveu from s w1etping forever e der. t e...ofsth.ablned rmoe hIn
.' -. n olte t a O" I oa,) d setm th m Times 8quae f le: Add P Ion t t -m cer. Ms. r a h e s
-- whoinve.ntedo have t-pow p pow placpow, powbatlikes: "You Got To Have Heart" b l. ass hou il nt
Stpliee t eOWh, peo, right in the.kisser!"... frontt "Dama Yoakees") a nd Bidnt the m fi .m. Bo
L rfP W'Dowee' nwitB: "I" Holly-a"The Rith Se" wom "Dlsrt o free b a h mtas

"Vaa't Iod yu're sly as Louy a your Sopg".. .Mlba ,of Comeolo & Mel- sCo t -e je en Ru in sin
t o ad w" .. ..."Olaast picture." ba (datce team) had major sur- oims Delvki Mdst f o the
heno -_e d, -tp "I'm---gonn h- geryt T iumPesu ar eadil t b: d lM Vewai s l Snuei rt h in' -'t
River R Shatw-Bow o Vignette: It was 24 pitali Chitage. Hollywood hsar a g hse n elte en
S" erpo, rinyeahr of in.strtuhe and anorymty "ODa Russenl aend Ki Novak are ddinc. sO West orfdere. arr
I "break" .... --sws ..... .

Plant l1B& few e ereA aeton. TheDma Ritter got aeudIpta. (How Can That Be?)w ic* dralstof phftoIo hCros from Whrl
her "b re a k" t came when Lynda Lynch of Pajama Game I. S n aea.of
.1 r..ssa Har ride 'family friend George Seaton ask- and Air Force Lieut. Archie '- s elar ",s. nO' t.e'R a.rt
-*- t Wh tbw noed her to do a "walk-on" (forDowney are insep. ..The .Buddy Klt'. ,RA-o. r ar.
lu k) ln "Miracle On Seth Street" Howes (Jean Carroll) will 4divide,,nV To ...iei a .rle
S This Sumer ae will star for a. Vegas I Oct.r. .Mike aTodd'sePDu trtn Ai't I i
SLast weekend a .nSeaton dined .Waner's worry is oeJandTe Nowarrare axpctet
at her home. .Her son Toy (who Dean's draft status. e. .b ur fr .s an tpen. .the
g graduated from high school the treet's ew a show starts e M telese Bradt n i
Sto tb P- nightgt before) coatfesd he hoped mod-ow nigrt.m. Gasmler'r te a m er .Weal r i
to -be an actor. eatn signed and Woody Hera's her. b r,, ,4 t. ,l aow
I.o..A out3n theesa.e fYm..mayh avd ,nnMth Upcomingfi lma ao vstr--
hea wh the spot to play a Marwne 7th evL Fo.-do m .?..yter.
lOTis (O AACK lRUes I Y R Maaebt na. "it toek me prget lst week. ..y d .. a Anoell3 atke Divisien
UwS SUP. PIASB tSrILE A YOU SfDs e.. My kid gets hlck in 24 thit show's larer.' l s l- Keo
w- yfe enthusiasmfthem ays,"
he at t ''m loeraTiboxmeffsi rle":A"Sdes Ipd? f u Wh s

p c ture. ,a (damee had majo o ra; Jo a i n o t

USIS L"ibwry
}(Cenaued frem Fafp. 9)
built and handed down to his the Canal Zone has available to)
sons. all (regardless of pay scale) a
And what- it may be asked- volume of library books far supe-
et the role of Canal Zone Ameri- rior to. what the USIS library can
cans and other CZ residents in the muster.
USIS program? Nevertheless the library in Pa-
There are several aspects. The nama stands ready and willing to
USIS center is primarily for La- help anydie With a library prob-
tin Americans, but is open to the lem. And if groups in the Zone
general public so everyone is wel- need, films or records, they qre
comedy. available.-
On the other hand, in theory at The USIS Center Invites the aid,
least, United States eltiens of the inspection and support of all U-
Canal Zone are presumably so nited States citizens since it -be-
steeped in the ways and Ideals of lives the ta 's dolar is be-
their own country that no efforts j g well adminstered and t he
oi an overseas information office prMlioes of Pan America tIs m
are needed. furtheied its wide and grow-
Moreover, on the library end, ing programs.

,SAGEBRUSH SECRETS- This handsome cat- George L.
Mountainlion II, by name-seems to be whispering something to
his desert pal, the turtle. He's standing before a memorial erected
to honor his namesake predecessor who died last March at the
. Arizona-Sonora Trallsid Museum near Tucson, Aris.

FUN AND ANAWARD. TOO Admiral and Mrs. Robert B..
arney pose behind drawngs of Spanish bullfighter and ballerina
at a recent gala Spanish Embassy affair in. Washington, D.C. The
Chief of Naval Operations as among five S. Naval officials
who received the Grand Cross of Naval Merit from the Spanish
government at the "verbena," or spring flower festival.

OUCH--Thls chisick doesn't unidtsatbd wut se egg should, be
much bigger than another. And neither doee rs. Marid Krmgle
of Whitmore Lake, Mich., owne_ of these two eggs. The one at
left is normal-sized, but the maJor production at the right is roughly
; *.*. tu*es times bigger oad weighs si.x ouces.

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S 'ue oans many issues lately it Jut might.

net a mupereting The resuli ntn a a tion-
watdaen na would draft a orodtb utik and qutup a

Sina lsidre a to pe eede h concl at atstde aken
Se Russia ad a differssuent s lately -a. It juanted mot migof the
d t iMwed forego" simoats aegeo as

thr sugheut Germa on ea off, und t ur-powe first,
provisional hregi re to pdentabribmethofla
unia s d a different Idea. It wanted rst of the
foreign soldtle OBan German of 'uled bamk fitst
then a provisional regime established and then.. -last
of all...the elections. The Aleaw tm this plan was
.oa N... mThat a provisional government lamted in
favor of the o nmmunists could postpone lectio In-
It remains to b he seen whether the den pla -
even t it is rewritten-will miet the same fate as It
dId 1 months ago. ,
-the Uast German communists are bring vNy po-
]lt"e to West Gerian Chancellor Konrad Adenaue.
then days. ..;- '
The Aewpapenrs In Bast German cities tefor to
him as h er Konrad Adenauer, Chanclor ofthe
Federal LReulbli,."
or treen0tly in the same newspapers, Adenauer
was called h'pupiet," "war monger" and "Impemialist
S In fact, the Reds referred tO Adenauer by these
epithets as late as last Tuesday- on their inside
pages, that is. The first pages of the same editions-
vastly reviled reported the fact that AdKenuer
ha# been Invited to Moscow.
Seems the Kremlin had failed to notify the East
German government and the East German Commun-
lst Party in advance that their arch-enemy's favor
was to be courted. -
This means that the East German leaders have
good reason to be worried.
They undoubtedly have, as companions in misery,
the Polish Communists. .
There iA.n be no doubt that the Soviet govern-
ment woiudo betray both the East German Com-
munists and the Polish Comniunists if* necessary to
make a deal with Adenauer.11-
That betrayal would involve the unification of
Germany and the restoration to Germany of the
more than, 40-thousand square miles of its eastern
territorynow occurred by Red Poland.
Russia. has almost got t6 make some mind of
agreement with Adenauer, if only a face-saving one,
for its own good. t'. e
Wilhemi Pleck, Otto Grotewohl and Walter U-1-
bright, the iast German big three, must be think-
ing of these things with some bitterness today.
They a.. puppets and lackeys of the Kremlin
while Adeaauer Is the head of a sovereign nation
and the htoored guest of President Eiasenhower.
Pieck is t reasdent of the so-called German
DemocraticUejblic. He is a figurehead. Grotewohl.
as Preilpr, heads the government. Ulbright, the
most hated maoi in Germany, Is the head of the
Commutirt Party and the real boss.
Berlin ieduice suggest that all three Red leaders
may gO I to Moscow soon to find just what the out-
look is. It teems hardly likely that any news they
get will bejLod.
President Juan Per6nP of Argentin has promised
justice for the rebels who tried--and failed-to topple
him from power.
Por6n- says they ,will' get a fair trial.
The jaestent also linked the revolt for the first
time to his campaign against the Catholic Church.
In a broadcast, he reminded Catholics that an elec-.
tion is coming ..up that will determine whether
Church and .state will be separated. Under present
law, the Ronan Catholic Church is the official reli-
gion of lArgentina.
Said Pe : -_ 'Thursday's example (tOw crushing
of the rebellion) should awaken the coci ence of
Catholics so that they too may awat. the elections."
He also blamed the Communists for the-outbreak.
Said Per6n: "They dlIn't even respect religious
buildings...." He added: "The governnmet deplores
and eopdamt t1'Cottmmunilt excesses," -
Pern's -speech came after his own supporters bad
set fire to six ,churhek a basilica and the home of
Cardinal Copello In Buenos Alres.
The Cur the -eadqu'rarters of in
Argenlljit-l&.bald to have bec destroyed.
The frst- reportedly were started In retaliatue
against the revolt.
Other reports say 156 lrsons were killed tothe
ive-hetir revolt .. dgy. A st mere wr sai
+" 'h;ave+cL.. f emr.6i caqu ;-k
.... ,.-- -: _/.The.0bulkof 6l boa 4o ,.'freplrted t9 have sio
aPd -to nrguay to V *centtoaair force,- plaes and
M shlp '," -
S' lt, Srict security covered the dispersal o( govern-
eve ra PrwtIn
L tlteilow,,e--, -c ed Sti. bs of s ey. rW ;
S lenhower drove from thElnhower farm st Get-
tvsbuirg, Pennsylvania, Thursday to lunch t-the
Prewideit. Later in the day-, sMr o -ii droe
to the farm for dimuer. /
fewpmen -M W.ia b4e orntoned u ct
e. secrecy regarding I cation 'of, cy
Wite >- 1 -6w e "Ilnformed of Preent aen-
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eainI / k drivlag a Rtitish Jaguar ow
h d as a day won h b.oidit auto race in hitory.'One of
the ,eNla the winnii drivers wanted 16 quit long before.,
15". .. finish.
,p, +;,,,m e, Alert19_ was om o Wi6umning team was Mike Hawthorne and Ivor o ueb,
MW M ao l t l.e World War II. X the RY 4 ad a margin over the ed 8I the 24-bol
.t t was ore -atLe M nar -. But the
does, t of .the 0p iler so hpafIrwa moet a
bor Ite IsD ne *Bo ohaebe e te fratts- t tole ; M h-nea a nt te
a sS oma ess het s* pu e Wq -ish rather w=14 .wanted tof uit

In_ an --o- C __ ln san GermldIan Mercede driven by Pierre Lvegh
.w' '*S =u 2~ey _Q s- of Franc* hit an Aun-ote e at 1r0 mhoesuper for the

t thare et both the Lu edtateew and lume a uerue rrer and ew to a m.
na". Overseastialsert Included .-awaii and Puerto Count from the accident showed 8 killed and

Evaluation of Gae suthan alert nmheMUt iedately respect to the memory of the 'nal
Sthatma In Washingt won, D.C. it wan ab aleua =Nl" shar 't h a, i o
m waterfront huuo afler e rmana t a. danld-- didn't want t a any o re this darn
we, rammed by the Florseni e mLructaent lan, a h ole 0th there are more i t a st hig nr th
more rue went and better nstructin aay or i two.e world," he says, than fin is eIg a race.
bTr enda engner suddees y faied y. tne e ana mercban- Hawthorn and Mercedes drive n nby Pierre Lveg
ne e all euverin shea rift d ao te withdrew it and held t ne re t 160 milthe-way Ye aw
ows. of the freighter wnicn. coud not be haled m thorn wes nt happy about goag on,. eitl er... e bl
time p avoid oe- erwrat. Jh wto a" MAur: 'eI wsh didn't have to xasce in te s aarn
meiman t ethe d ocawl-ame asn prob u mped wa protective barriers ad flew Into a m a

Trinodmad iw the cirsnon was tmmmient anadIh Rup But tradition says the raoe must ro on.e..ado s t ,.
Srboard. He might well havee drowned had not did. Trac The ercedffs epode the had sent off,
been for the alertness of Wr Z. Russell. an reAnerican thousands of cars would have lefo the area to cause
fled to the nearest. p" s: L ey bed ino thel local hospital was klledi on
ell spied rtor okmmng thn the wa. hen inured ren the hospital morgue, exhausted nternes
the man on the dck aw the eaman robabl would read newspapers orver bodies afar theyP had run
ot make it, he inlr threw out a life ri=g "hen Rush out tf sheet a o any persons were trea.e for ShOC.
sell dived overboard, grabbed the ring and swam wth brought on by the terror of the ccident.
It to rton. Aer the fireman reached the crew ButOnly 50,000Meredes ithd were on hand or the wind-
he helped him to Shore. up haia morning. The winning Jaguar poured t on
pe"beam out It lIWenotbut U0etr r oeble.

-- o -- trying for records despite a heavy rain which made
Smack n the m middle of the afternoon of the evry turn a posngthsible of el with ring saster of
In water, th hubub te Canal n wl ed a new "ee" who of nd- dved competing nations flew at half-mast
be ramme Mr. by the Florenc a he Let fbakt to eta eoic Buen here areas the rtantsh iin g te.
rescue went actin st unnoticed forman W. hu o, ah rld, he says, "than fInori ed onto the tra
Trindad's engines suridory failed in the Canal cliand-h Hawthorn and Bueb took, the- lead -when Fgnglo

colonel p thi e S of maneuvering u ee When G acbt he erithdng and selling the nter.of the nay, tereaw-
eybowsof the frei hand, whch ou leutenant governor, was no hout happy abverout going oneem tld
Seaman C. rton a local-- race had ended. -
Courts real and moot held a top spot this week Pn Fewer than one-third of the 0 starting cars were
Isthmian minds.d Sunday papers reported the convllonround for im nent and But trait says the musto a -t
iebon of Arm Pfe might wellon Helton 24, on a charge c Tidet, at least si ty mashed up during the
been for a the aet Panamanian girl of hW. Z. Russell.s owin ag race. Four other cars were knocked out of the ara-
who Is aafiremanoat the 15th Naval Distm ct.tucsella atraffWdram. An4 that, honld Auave hampered re-

wA Jury n US iheytrict Coth had its choice o ind tan n practice runof earer t he njurweeked
fledng hi guiltyhe of the basic charge, attempted rape, British cas inishesml local hortal was filled byHaw-
findRussellng hmied irtor. swinging him guilty of a lesser tnjured. In the hoJagtal morgue, xhauste ter
charge battery.n on the tdock sawe the selatter erdut. Topuld spread newspapers ovnother bodiesJaguar third. mall German
punishment, fbrst es o 0 f a i ine plus 0 days in Porsche fnishedts. our and fifth. One of teae orscnes
aisell dived overbot grabbed the ring and swam wh bro t on by the index prze, determined by.
The case has beenrton. Water the vel fireman reachussed both in Pan, ony so ends the tats er to for the wind-
e helped him to she.pinions varying about as mote Britis Jaguar ...deat and jury or almon
widely as there are inhabitants. The girl who w the 200 Others. a o
cmplaining witness againstespite a hendavy rain which made
who was to have middle of the complafternoon of the evrin a Thn a possible site of urol ansd tChck Har-
alert, the analothne welcomed a new "J. M whet bert dethroned deending champion Australf-mast
bet came Mr.known they had decided foot to any morrth da Bu the Internatonal o tournament at shine.
He isuacting governor PHerman W. Schue, Jr., ae In pat-years'hspeotetopofrushedonto the track

testifying. The chaorps of Engineerssthe ev. cheering and ye for the winner. Sunday, there
Soybeld Ison hand, Scholl Is lieutenant governor.' was no shouting. lvetryooe seemed relieved that the

weekend The hAmericanded. hed l en b urg
Courts real abused moot held a top spot this w eek in Fe er than one-third o the starting cars were

a eamian minwas trieunday papers reported w the onvic Aroud fortha ins Ston ton the.h ac-

Hazard who had out on a h ead-hdtt_.g prosecuton t wire..ending in V de aJ ofBel.iume
ton of Army P. Vernon 0. Helton, 4, on a charge cident, at least sixather ca s sm shed up during them
o! battery against a Panamanian girl of his own agee race. Four other earswere knocked out of the n-ara-

ourt convened in ristal Divi Ditrict Court had its choice of find than in practice run eer In the ho
CourIng him guilty of th a sic chargeattempte d rape, British ca8 finished on -twthee. The er-
apt. J. A. Dardoen, Balboaf finding him guilty of a lesser tho and Bub aguar won... an Aston-Martinwas
chaer. wer among the who tried to give a the latter erdct Tsecndad another Jaguarke the tird.itle Smaon the thrdrman
unisg Americans and two Panamanian oplus ervedays in rschs t offin V onck wasand fifth. e the Poraches
SHelton got the agets-old common law and the presses wth pi or ane d the seon Then
Th wees et g he m et ee, F nteil d oeth i .ap olln t thir

dign ht rtoe inevitableat co clones tat if there hole wore Tceomson toohp a rrve.
hwere mere bot ouets d i usedotAn so ends the Ld ne ofMans auto raor sports. l-
mwoa d bte f ewer y th opino varying about as the r British m arof death and injury for almost
widely as therelare nhabitants. The girl who ws the 20others. betha auto racing o
complaining witness against HeTton an her dlster eon e

who was to have beey Paan the complan saw her i n a Te American team of EdFurgol and Chick Har-
raoagainst another, Sgt. WilliamB th. Mithell,-let bert deof thwroned defending champion Australia. Meon-
it es known they had decided not to do any ee.eM- ayMrlcn wthe hehInternational Golf Tournament at Wash.
to July so that special eff orts could be made to inducesieAeh ,s b eos

sn the buis of a commune ad n all Cat threender- rossud finished with a 72-
The moot court was ao Sta te projectIn which an4 Peter Thomoninished In second place .... nine
a seaman was "ttled" for assault o with isefepicat A A troefa behind thelaeader.

M ahung ma jurresulted., Distnlnacd Fridattorney tat T r efor Individual honorsWent down to the
manzard who had uat on a hard-hitting prosecution of at ig endiflg in to cs e dah p*a0yof bow.el-
Heltontat to ehe an address to the boysw be before their moot wm01c, Mo a-tina Green Donoalo, B is bm-
court convthened in Cr.st6bal Division U District mf ou a utt clnchediiv u holeo bw
CourThe -t that the Crtl and Balbot appear before -the demolshd by the cowcatcher of another train got off
udCapt. Jes. A. Darden, Boalboa Dntest in bathing suitceCom seemed with nothing more thanmps tap missed the cup byduckn.
young Americans andffet n thewo Panamaniaon of thobservers a But Furgol rallied t-- o --take the title on the third
diconcept of thrule aga-old common law a nd the proceeds hole qiofk reading: the Playoff. Van Donck was eliminated from
Sthe playoff w. the crane AbogJedax was put up econd hosale.T..hen

TreeO fo DeLeseps park were being yelled and the a vote OBm witmissary hours atartef.., ground was to
Tharea was being a cleared duri .stthem o prepar- be brokenor Curundu swimming a pr l.f and a thir
weti or the mbuotdln ourt a lsuringsho days there Plae ngushed sere Cross for heroism in Korea was a
would be weryoseung adts, and elge for ofien w arded to Capt. Mnmed J Oof k of- lobs-t -al -
tt In .....i.ed. --, The.French.cabinet.has sus e... auto racing on
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MAJ. GEN. REUBEN C. HOOD, JR., commander, Caribbean Air Command, is shown with high ranking Air Force representatives from 14 Latin American Republics, guests of the Caribbeni Air
Command during the annual AJSAF Mission Conference conducted at Albrook Air Force Base last week. The highlight of the conference was the graduation exercises for the Class 55-A at the USAF SVhool
for Latin America Thursday, Shown above in the photo are: FIRST ROW (left to right): Col. Luis Urrutia, chief of Air Force, Guatemala; Col. Rofael Andrade Ochoo, chief of Ecuadoroan Air Force';o.
Hernon S. Baru, chief of Uruguayan Air Force; Brig. Gen. Alfredo Pacheco Iturry, undersecretary for Air, Bolivia; Maj. Gen. Reuben C. Hood,.Jr., CAirC commander; Maj. Gen. Armondo Ortiz Rauaik,
Chilean chief of Air Force; Brig. Armando Perdigao, commander, Air Transport CD, Brazil; and Lt. Col. Luis Felipe Escobar, chief of Salvadorean Air Force. SECOND ROW: (left to right): Lt. Col. 1%dric6
Schael, Venezuela Air Force; Lt. Col. Andres Mejia, Comdr. Cali air base, Colombia; Col. Julio Tejeda, deputy chief of staff, Air Force, Dominican Republic; Col. Abdon Caballero Alvares, chief of4Air
Force, Paraguay; Capt Albert Maignan, deputy chief of Air Force, Haiti; Lt. Col. Guillermo Corvo, CO, joint tactical group, Cuba; and Capt. Enrique Soto Cano, Honduran Air Force. (OfficialUSAFPhoe)