The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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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


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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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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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FNIOY1NG A GOOD LAUGH Former President Harry Truman
laugh with their daughter, Margaret, and her husband, Clifton
arrived in New York aboard the liner United States. The lormer
been in Europe on a six-week -vacation.


the" worst commercial air line disaster in Tiifatory are loaded vboard a plane at Grand Canyon
Village tor ?moval to the morgue in Flagstaff, Ariz. Experts at the morgue will try to iden

uiy ine PUU'ea.

EEFUSES TO APOLOGIZE Defense Secretary Charles E.
WUson (right) confers with Adm. Arthur W. Radford, xhalr xhalr-man
man xhalr-man of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, in Washington. Wilson,
testifying before a Senate subcommittee Investigating air pow pow-r
r pow-r refused to apologize to the 6enate for his recent "phony"
"marS which w ? madJn connection with the $900-milllon
, boost in Air Force funds.

NATO Says; Reds, Satellites
Have 6 Million Men Ready

' PARIS, "July r'(UP) The
NATO military, command ooay
warned teat Husaia and its Eu European
ropean European satellites have 6 million
men; under arms "in a high
state of preparedness' despite
announced manpower reductions.
In addition, the Soviets have
"about triplec.'! their major air air-.
. air-. fields in eastern TEurope. 1
Supreme Headquarters of the
Allied Powers in Europe SHAPE,
said the Soviet economy is gear
eci to provide the troops with the
equipment needed to wage war.
Pravda Claims -Soviet
Will NeVer
Have Two Parties
MOSCOW, July 7 (UP) The;4
Communist, party organ Pravda
jald today the Soviet Union will
proceed further along demo

cratic lines but it will never have'great," SHAPE said.

a two-party system.
, Unlike' bourgeois countries,
where more than one, political
party Is necessary because of
ronflirrlr.i; social classes, the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union was only one class
and therefore needs only ons
party, Pravda said.

Plastic ia-s containing' the remains of victims of


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' The satellite nations alone
have 80 divisions under arms,
aouole their 10 4 7 strength,
SHAi-E said In a formal state statement
ment statement M ,r ;
' "A high state of preparedness
is maintained byLat rigorous
training program," the state statement
ment statement said.
It said that within 30 days
after any outbreak of war in
Europe, "The Soviet bloc ground
forces could still number more
than 400 line divisions."
It said "as yet there has been
no evidence" that the Soviet
troop reductions of 640,000 men
announced last Aug. 13 have
been carried out. Nor is there
evidence that the Soviets have
followed through on their re
cently announced plan to trim
'another 1.200.000 men from their
million man military machine.
"Hence the, Russian ground
'potential for a surprise attack
on the West would still be
The U.S. 8. R. Eastern Ger-
mnw and the FT)st European
satellites today have over 6 mil million
lion million men tinder arms.
'The U.S. S. R. has a ready ready-made
made ready-made snearhe?d for a ranld ad advance
vance advance into wertern Europe. This
spearhead is composed of 22 So Soviet
viet Soviet divisions.'"

ef lA people

(NEA Telephoto)
and Mrs. Truman enjoy a:.;
Daniel after the Trumans
President and his wife had,
(ZX T. !. Uolo)
Something's Fishy
PASSAIC, N.J., July 7 (UP)-
Eugene Odush was1 forced to
cancel a three-week Florida va
cation today because he ate fish
last Christmas Eve. v
Instead, Odush underwent an
operation at Passaic General
Hospital to have a fishbone re
moved from his intestine. Mrs.
Odush said the last time her
husband ate fish was on Christ-
mas Eve, 1955.
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; i v ; 70 DISMISS $2 7,000,0 00 SUIT AGAINST P.C

Analysis of the recent Federal
court decision dismissing a $27, $27,-000.000
000.000 $27,-000.000 suit filed, by more than a
score of shipping lines against
the Panama Canal Company re reveals
veals reveals that it may have impor important
tant important bearing on Interpretation
of legislation affecting the wa waterway
terway waterway ; Copy of the decision handed
down June 28 in the United
States District Court for the
Southern District of New York
has reached the Isthmus. 'The
highly-involved opinion ran to
28 pages. .,'...",;
The suit filed' late In 1950 by
the Grace Line, et al. against
the Panama Canal Company
charged that the federally-own
ed corporation was not comply
ing with fudiic Law 814 of 1950
in figuring th basis for its toll
charges, and that as a result
thereof the plaintiffs had been
overcharged for Canal transits.
The opinion written by Judge
D. J. Walsh' noted that the de defendant
fendant defendant In moving to dismiss the
complaint claimed: : ;
Ji The prescription of new.
tolls is discretionary.
2) Plaintijfs have no stand'
Ino to site, and :
- 3) Defendant's action is sub subject
ject subject to the approval of the
Members of the staff of the
J. District Attorney in New
York handled the plea for the
defense which was sustained on
all three grounds.
The court held in effect that
the discretion of the company
In regard to tolls is such under
the law that the court cannot
Interfere In the exercise of that
This meant that the court de

cided It had no Jurisdiction overjrespect to the prescription of

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Threats, Concessions Fail
To Win Over Polish Workers

BERLIN. July T (UP) Pol
ish Communists today failed to
win over workers by concessions
and threats. .s ;
They shipped food Into rebel
lious Poznan from other parts
of Poland. They gave workers
tax rebates. .
Thev -warned Communism was
in Poland to stay and could not
be overthrow and underlined
this statement of their power by
continued display of military
might in the city. t v( ;
Their dread commission in
vestigating the uprising order
ed arrests oi rebels ana com communists
munists communists alike.'- ?'.
But neither threats or con
cessions won over the restive
workers. . : : ;
Travelers t who arrived her
from Poland said a spirit of re
volt still gripped Poznan.
., "Revolt is in the air," a west
ern National said. "It was
crushed last week but another
uprising could break out again
at any time.
"The Reds know this and are
uneasy That Is why they are
making concessions at the samni
time as they make arrests ana
threats. They don't know what
to do."
- Other travelers said a similar
spirit of revolt, encouraged by
the Poznan uprising, gripped all
of Poland.
Tn X:!!::!:c Pr!:sf$
HONCl KONG, July 7 (UP)
Two American Catholic priests
returned to ireedom from Red
China today and told of three
vears of mental and ; physical
torture at the hands of their
Communist captors.
The Rev. John W. Clifford and
the Rev; "Thomas X Phillips,
both Jesuits of San Francisco,
arrived from Shanghai aboard
the German Ship Hamburg.
They- were released from a
Communist prison on June 15
just three years to the day they
were arrestea. v j-
Thelr release left 11 other A
merlcan civilians and priests
still behind bars in Red China.
Clifford and Phillips appear
ed In good health but a little
nervous as they talked to new
men who met them at the dock.
They told of "Sweet and Sour
Treatment" by the Chinese that
ranged irom. torture to a lee lee-wheellng
wheellng lee-wheellng sightseeing tour of the
countryside, v
the subject matter of the suit
The Judge wrote:
"It is my conclusion that the
statute did not compel prescrip prescription
tion prescription of tolls under the statutory
formula as long as defendant
was content with the then-prevailing
tolls. It fixed no time
within which the new tolls were
required to be prescribed. It ex expressly
pressly expressly provides for the conti continuation
nuation continuation of the prevailing tolls
until changed by the defendant
"The legislation history is con consistent
sistent consistent with this construction of
the statute's language.
"Congress in all probability
expected that the new forptu forptu-la
la forptu-la would be resorted to as toon
as the defendant could conve conveniently
niently conveniently make the required stu studies
dies studies and computations because
it had been informed that the
new formula would produce
more revenue than the pre prevailing
vailing prevailing rates.
"The expectation that tolls
would be Increased 1s spread
through the reports. The esti estimate
mate estimate submitted to Congress by
ine Bureau or the Budget was
that a five per cent ton increase
would be required by the statu statutory
tory statutory formula."
After other legal explanations
the opinion continued:
"At the heart of any conside consideration
ration consideration of the nnture of the duty
imposed upon the defendant, as
well as the other ouestlons rais
ed by this motion, Is the power
entrusted by Congress to the
President with, respect to the
Canal in general and its tolls in
particular. Sec. 411. itself, elves
the President unrestricted pow-
ed to block any rhanee In tolls.
"And his unrestricted control
over the appointment nd re removal
moval removal of defendant's directors
ave him full power to compel
them to perform any duty with

country is Ahrehem Lincoln,

Steel Strike To Affect
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40)000 US, Goal Miners

Armed Forces
Asked To Discuss
Local Rate Raise
- A request made by officers
of Local J07, GCEOC, ClO AFL
to discuss an across-the-board
pay increase for-local raters
of the Armed Force Is now
being processed through Ca
r'bbean Command at Quarry
A spokesman for the local
aid today i that if' granted,,
union officials will meet soon
with representatives of the
three military branches of the
Canal Zone to discuss the
raise, which would be kimlar
Mo one granted Panama Canal
Jocal-raters last May. ;
Anti-Neutralism S
Of Dulles, Veep
LONDON, July 7 (UP) Pre Premier
mier Premier Jawaharlal Nehru of India
tongue-lashed U. Sv Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles and
Vice President Richard M. Nixon
today for being critical of "ne.u
tralishu ,v-
He said President Eisenhower,
in contrast, had "a good word"
for neutralism.
"1 am sorry to say that Dul
les criticized the word too
strongly and went so far as to
as to call it 'immoral," Nehru
told a news conference. He said
Nixon also was critical of neu
tralism. .V
, Nehru said he did not like the.
word itself because it connoted
too much of a wartime mental
ity in peacetime.
But in the struggle between
two big world power blocs it al
ways is best to choose the mid
dl way, Nehru said. t -.
"The whole idea behind neu
tralism is to Judge between the
good and evil while maintaining
one's own independence." he
said. j
toll rates to which the statute
might subject them. ,
"No objection was expressed to
the continuation of this control.
Indeed, it was pointed to as one
of the bill's two Important safe safeguards,
guards, safeguards, the other being Con Congressional
gressional Congressional control of the defend defendant's
ant's defendant's budget. v .
"The interposition of the de defendant
fendant defendant in the toll-making pro procedure
cedure procedure was an aid to the Presi President
dent President not as a restriction upon
him. It was to delegate the 'al 'almost
most 'almost ministerial' aspects of this
work to an agency with an ade adequate
quate adequate staff for this work.
"It was Intended that after
defendant ; prescribed tolls on
the basis of factors which de determine
termine determine how high a toll must be
to cover the cost of service, the
broader questions of the needs
of the national transportation
policy and foreign policy would
be left as an unlimited delega delegation
tion delegation to the President.
'"Defendant is no more than
a corporate subordinate of the
President and the Act here in"
question is subject to control
and nullification bv the Presi President.
dent. President. Under such circumstanc circumstances
es circumstances the cqurts will not construe
it as ministerial''
After further discussion of
possibilities and apDllcable cas cases,
es, cases, the onlnlon continues:
"Here the discretion given the
defendant as to whether to
change the new formula Is o
unrestricted that even. If its ac action
tion action could be regarded as final
rather than advisory to the
President, there could be no le legislative
gislative legislative standard applicable as
a basis for court Interference as
long as the defendant earn, e e-nough
nough e-nough revenue to carry out the
Canal functions contemplated
by the statute.
"Accordingly the complaint
must be dismissed for lack of J li



Upwards, of 40,ooo coai miners
wiu leei tne pinch or the na
tionwiae steel shutdown when
they return from vacation next
week, adding to the more than
85,000 sidelined already laid off
by the i United Steelworkers
strike. -4
Layoffs will mount even high
er in other steel-centered Indus
tries should the contract dispute
remain aeaaiocsea.
Efforts to end the seven-dav
old walkout, which cut off 90
ner cent' of the nation's uteel
production ,; and sent 650.000
mill workers' on "the picket line,
remainea at a stanasuu. Nego
tlators for; the? USW and the
steel producers; made no move
to revive contract talks which
collapsed Saturday, six hours
before the strike began. ...
Federal Mediation Director
Joseph F. Flnnegant after sep separate
arate separate "exploratory" conferences
with both sides Thursday, in indicated
dicated indicated h" wov! 1 contact the
bargainers ."early next week,"
presumably to press for renew renewed
ed renewed negotiation! ,,-
While settlement Seemed far
off, the nation was getting con continuing
tinuing continuing reminders of the price price-tag
tag price-tag of an eventual basie steel
contract. Three more small steel
firms announced price increases
or aoout 98 to in a ton in anti anticipation
cipation anticipation of higher labor costs.
United Mine Workers return
ing to the pits Tuesday after
their annual 12-day vacation
may be greeted by "no work"
signs.-" ";
An informed coal Industry
source said 40,000 miners will
"either go on a shorter work
week or be laid off."
Spirited Cargo
FAIRVIEW. N. J., July 7 (UP)
Thieves spirited away a cargo
of spirits today. Police said a
tractor-trailer containing 800
cases of whiskey worth $40,000
was stolen from the Wilson
Freight Forwarding Co.,
I rlsdlctlon over the subject mat
".Even though the defend defendant's
ant's defendant's duty were held to be
mandatory rather than per per-,
, per-, missive it would be necessary
to dismiss the complaint be because
cause because (I) the action of defend defendant,
ant, defendant, being subject to nullifi nullification
cation nullification by the-President, lacks
finality, and 2) plaintiff lacks
standing to sue."
With regard to the first point,
the court held:
"Even when an administrative
agency Is independent of the
President, its duty to act man mandatory,
datory, mandatory, and Its determination
otherwise reviewable, If Its de determination
termination determination is subject to Presi
dential nullification the court
will not review it.
"Such a determination lacks
finality in the sense that the ac action
tion action of the court will not deter determine
mine determine any right of the parties.
The court cannot control wheth whether
er whether the determination of the a-
gency, onee given, is heeded or
disregarded by the President
Such an administrative order
has been held merely advisory
and not reviewable, either as to
correctness of the advice of for
errors of law."
In upholding the defendant'
contention that, the plaintiffs
lacked standing ; to sue, tne
court said:
"Even if It could be said that
the defendant's duty to prescribe
rates is mandatory, plaintiffs
lack standing to sue.
"To have standing, they must
aneee a violation or a recognzed
legal right The complaint alleg
es, that the defendant has com
pelled plaintiffs' to pay tolls at
rate in excess of the standards
provided by the 1950 statute, but
there is no basis for their claim
that they are entitled to transit
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; 1 WASHINGTON, July 7 (UP) Congress is ready fa
tell Secretary of Defense Charles t. Wilson to settle tfcj
hot Army-Air Force fight over anti-aircraft missiles fcy
scientific test. ... j
Senate-House conferees have agreed 'the Air Forci
may proceed with a $16.25 million program to build four
installations for Its Talos grquhd-to-air missile oft one con
dition. Wilson first must convince the Senate and Houfe
Armed Services Committee that tests have proved the pro program
gram program worthwhile, i
, The agreement came fate yesterday as the conferees
worked out a compromise $2.1 billion authorization bill fc
military construction. The Senate version of-the bill block 1
ed the Air Force request for $16.25 million to set up ftf
own Talos site in competition with the Army's nike missifsj

The action came a few hours
after the house appropriations
committee in reporting out $1.4!
billion in new funds to finance
the program carried In tbe'au
thorization bill called on Wilson)

10 nl ine wasveiui fuujy-Att,ouaay, fiijt the lnr-rT-

Force missile rivalry,
The' authorization bill com
promise Will come up for Houe
and senate approval eariy nexi
week.' .'.
The J2.T "billion fleure Is the
same; total voted earlier by the1
Senate. The House bill cauea
for a $1.8 billion progranv
. The House Aooroprlati Ons
Committee said if Wilson doesnt
end the feud, "The taxpayer ww
h th. nrlncinal loser."
Referring to the inter-service
feud over the respective merits
of the Armv's Nlk and the Air
Force's Talos, the committee de-4
clared; a,,, ;.,.- .:.
"It is the responsfbllity of
the secretary of defense to
that funds and effort are not
wasted In useless competitive
r'valry between the services.
It appears that the taxpayer
-will be the principal loser in
such a quarrel." v ''
The committee made Its re re-marks
marks re-marks in approving; $1,400,000,-
000 In new funds for -military
construction.; The catcn-an sup supplemental
plemental supplemental appropriation bill al also
so also includes about lYt million
tiffs argue that defendant is an analogous
alogous analogous to a public utility exact exacting
ing exacting an unreasonable charge and
assume, without supporting au
thority, that a person has the
same right to the use of the Ca
nal as to the services of a com'
mon carrier. -v ;: "
"Assuming, .however. Hhat the
plaintiffs have a right to use the
Canal, they were aiven no rl?ht
to have tolls fixed in accordance
with the formula of Section -412
"In the absence of a statute
there is no right by users to
have tolls fixed at a particular
rate. The statute contains no
expression of such a private
right. Nor it there any mention
of such a rioht in the legisla legislative
tive legislative history."
"Congress was concerned 'with
the effect of toll rates upon the
national transportation policy as
well as with their sufficiency to
cover tne canai operation.
. "Although the formula in Sec
tion 412 constitutes a complete
legislative scheme for the com computation
putation computation of toll rates which will
make certain facilities of the
Canal self-supporting, no com-;
piete standards were enacted Tor
the implementation of the na national
tional national transportation policy or
the preservation of the compe
titive oaiance oetween steam
shin and railroads.
"Because of the significance
of Canal tolls in this respect, the
President was given power to
disapprove any prescribed
change, even thoueh 1t might
conform exactly with the stat statutory
utory statutory formula. This power of
the President was unrestricaed
and expressly final and conclu-
"Under such circumstances
how can plaintiffs be r said to
have a right to transit the Ca
nal at rates fixed pursuant to
section ui


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dollars for variety f m7i
government functioniL ".
.The total of $1,555,535,855 was
$332,885,800 more than president
Eisenhower requested for t-s
fiscal year which be?an
mostly a
ing .ltsMOiiey kill, c'ai
Wilson, to name a committee
?al!d ePerts from outs
the Defense Department to w w-an
an w-an objective Investigation of t
respective merits of the k
and the Talos: Roth wmnM hm
used to guard TJ.S. cities again
enemy air attack. J
Belgian Jailcch
For Luring Girls f
Into Slave Ring
TOURNAI, Belgium. July T
(UP) A Judge convicted a O
year-old man today of chart!
that he parlayed his. love fl
Into a fabulous International
white slavery ring.
" Judge Robert Derbalx senten
ed Evulene : Messlnafo tt-
years in orison and fined h
$2,280 on charges of procurt g
two Belgain etrls for nrostitut! i
in England attempting to pi
cure a third, possessing arr I
and using a false passport. .,.1
The prosecution hart r.harr!
he won girls by making love tl
uiem ana men set mem up ? i
pruauuiies. iwo OI ine g
earned more than $12,800 k
ween them In : one slx-we
period in London, the proseft
firm aoM .'
rint Supply
Affecteid By Strike;
In Kin
OSLO. Norway. July 1 mpii
A trlke by 18,000 workers for pf?
her wages today halted all paocr
production in Norway. The walk
out by the paper Industry work
era win seriously affect Norwnv s
export of newsprint and otl;cr
papel products. ,-
The government abandoned
all mediation attempts to or-
vent the strike yesterday.
Norwegian newspaper cut: till
size of Issues printed today.
Red Faced Federal
Conciliators Find
50 Year Old Strikes
WESTBORO. Masj.( July :Z
rP) Red Jaced federal cop
ciliators learned yesterday th
hav been trying to settle twT
strikes which occurred here 58
years ago. i '-
The Labor Department sent
'work stoppage reports to bo
filled out. on the basis of a clip
ping from The Westboro Chro
notype, which said str'kers t
the Hassal Lace Curtain Co.
and the Westboro Carpet MilW
were demanding ST pay for
55-hour work week, The ac account
count account was under a "fifty years
ago" heading which. had been
clipped off.
' Both firms went out ef bttsU
aess 25 years are. ;-"?J


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: RASCALLY RIFF-RAFF, I was nuzzling a noggin in
Rolando's Hideaway the other day, reflecting on what a
horrible lot the bunch of you are, and wondering wheth whether
er whether it would be the kindly thing to do to send Red's Cari-
tuta Cab out to pick up Ike when he arrives at Tocumen
for the Presidential conference next week.
It can be lonely landing at Tocumen in the middle
of the night with no. one to meet you, I figured. Sure,
. you can come in on the airport bus. But Ike's been ill,
and very likely won't feel up to lumping his own baggage

on and off the bus.
Could be, something of the personal touch in It too.
Like as not Ike remembers Red's cab from the days when
he did his tour of duty down here about 1923. I'm "not
sure whether, if he comes back from Tocumen with Red,
Ike will be the first United States President ever to trav-'
el in the cab. Still checking on whether Teddy Roosevelt'!
used it Ulysses S. Grant I have ruled out. r 1
Thinking about Ike, and all the' other presidents'
who are due to be taking in the gay native tharm of J
Street later this month, my mind turned to another big
package lot of talent which descended among us over the ;
past couple of weeks or so., -v" cv':v ;
You will have noted that thers has been an upsurgr
in Isthmian imports of generals, admirals and merchan merchandise
dise merchandise of tha? ilk. "v; :r.
V All together they came Brig. Gen. William E. Pot Potter
ter Potter to pop boats in and out of the locks; MaJ. Gen. Tho-.
mas L. Harrold to fill a vacancy in the traffic safety
section at Amador; Rear Adm. Clarence L. C. Atkeson,
Jr., to keep the local inventory of battleships and car carriers,
riers, carriers, and Maj. Gen. Truman H. Landon to; prove that
operations from Howard Field peril Balboa' school much
more than operations from Albrook. t V :
- Has it occurred to any of you that In the rush, over over-eager
eager over-eager aides may have filed some of this large shipment
of senior officers behind the wrong desk? I am watch watchfully
fully watchfully awaiting signs.
, For instance, if the speed trap signs in Amador re re-appear
appear re-appear as 'Sl Knots," it will be enough to convince me :
that somehow Arleigh Burke's man Atkeson has, got be behind
hind behind the desk meant for Harrold. ?
t One green light flashed at a passing plane from out out-of
of out-of that corner office In the Administration Buildings and;
I'll know they've somehow switched Landon and Potter,,
The governor's of f ice can ieem mighty like an airfield
control tower during a; busy day at Albrook. ;
Is that hill-scraping at the north end of the Albrook
runway Potter pressing ahead with the Third Locks pro-"
gram, slightly out of alignment? ( .-;-.
These are serious questions I raise. Realizing the!
problems involved, Lt. Gen. William K. Harrison, com commander
mander commander in chief, Caribbean Command, has sought my
assistance Monday July 10 to untangle this snafu. ; v
" The conference will be in the Quarry Heights Club,
from' six 'to eight o'clock. Informal. I am given to un understand
derstand understand that Harrold, Atkeson, Landon et al. (Good old
Al) will be there: Harrison and I will unravel their prob problems,
lems, problems, get them all behind the r!,ht dec1:.
ri v.. As I said, there's not much- tl:e i.n; cl,;.:r:c ;;t 1
up to 20 Presidents upon Panama will have to offer i i
the line of organized confusion, compared to what the
near-simultaneous arrival of up to four new comanders
may have wrought on the Zone. :
Reverting to this Quarry Heights engagement, I
Want all the generals to be assured right now that, they
are most welcome here on the Isthmus. They've been so
good-hearted in inviting me to a Press conference 'at.
Quarry Heights that here and now, I return the' gesture
by inviting them to a general's conference in Rolando's
Hideaway. I'll send Red's cab up for themlf they can
get it squared away with the Canal Zone cops. Funny;.
thing happens when the Can tuta Cab goes to the Zone.
Instead of Red collecting lrom his passengers, Judge
Deming collets from Red. I guess this is what's known
as reciprocal trade.
But no matter how they reach Rolando's (disguised,
for instance) they are" most welcome. So that they don't
feel uneasy, they'll be allowed to buy beer for all hands

when their turn comes around, same as everyone eise.
They can listen with us to the ball game, if the CFN
tape tangleri don't thwart i?s again. ; v v-: i

tele a newly-varnished bar top to which customers
adhere like files to flypaper. u
There Just one thing I would like to ask the gentle-r
men, and that is that they don't arrive in the manner I.
saw a two-star officer's car driving along Amador Road
the other day,"
" There was a motor-cycle cop out In front, complete r
wltti siren. Then came the two-star chariot, making like
a Ferrari, And about three lesser wagons scooting along
in its slipstream. :.VV":'".".'V;'-;:.. :-
Amador Road is a residential area, with kids, cats,
and dogs in lush tropical abundance, r It is nor place for ;
a general's driver to flout the speed limit, however copi copiously
ously copiously he may be equipped with said general and siren. t.
I learn that Stateside now, even ambulances and
firetrucks have lost their immunity to traffic regula--tions.
Speed limits and traific signs have to be obeyed.'
It was found that the speeding ambulances were taking
more lives than they were saving. ; : .sw .rrj. y.'"''
' mi then if an ambulance emergency does not

rate the right to break the speed limit, the emergency of
a general officer being slightly late, to or from, a party'
of some sort hardly rates it. 7 7' t
Maybe the motor-cycle cop was in some way blame-
wnrthv.fnr fttinff such a Dace through a residential

"suburo. But the general, wnoever it was, could have tolj

his driver h did not have w keep up wiui uie wp.
If a playing kid gets hit by a speeding general's car,
the effect U not markedly diflereni from getting hjt by
a speeding enlisted man's car, experts in this neld teU
me. Or, a epeeding civilian's car. Such- is yelocity ia
. Mi-rt fh ireneral in this caSe may have ten

Genuinely deceived into thinking that Amador Road was

the local intuanapous. a iuWn,u,i1v iuWn,u,i1v-ed
ed iuWn,u,i1v-ed by many who have been stationed here longer than
he has. v. 1 ;
In fact, there's some story that they are going to
equip the MPs on the Amador gate with a checkered
flag, to signal the winners of the races down from t.;
YMCA... -' ; ...:

the upcomir.g Presidential conference, to which 10 presi- i
dents have already accepted their invitations, and a
further 8 are expected to, and if 10 plus 8, or r
. -1008 : 1 ;'u. I
presidents don't amount to money-making combine- i
tion, you dreary peasants will never see one in, your
lamentable lives.


Ciiicago Survey; Shows Level

Of Education Rising In US

CHICAGO 'UP) -A Univer University
sity University o Chicago hunch that
Students ire better educated to

day than they were a dozen yean

ago has turned out to oe njui, ac according
cording according to the institution's survey.
The answer as to just how good
the schools really are came out in
a study conducted by the univer university's
sity's university's examiner, education Prof.
Benjamin Bloom. j.
The tests were divided into five
sections: English, social studies,
natural sciences, interpretation of
literary materials and mathe mathematics.
matics. mathematics. .' .-
Contrary to a lof of criticism on
methods of teaching math, the
most improvement was noted in
that subject In 1955, the average
ttiirh ci-hrni utninr tested in math

ematics did better than 58 per
cent of the students in 1943.
Th least imnmvement was

noted in social studies, where to

day s average senior' was
ihon. s nor rtnt of the

must vj r
students tested in 1943. For all

five subjects, the scale nas. snuiea

Upward by aoout nve per cem.
Bloom's findings, however,
showed drastic differences in edu educational
cational educational achievement among the
states. Eighty per cent of the stu students
dents students in. the best state were su superior
perior superior in the tests to the average

sudent in the worst.

UUnIU mJ1 v
lation between the amount of
money the states spend per pupil
in their school systems and their
ranking in educational achieve

ment, i f v..
Cnnnllii m a r V a if were dif

farnoa in rnllppe attendance, in

the nation, about one-quarter of
. . .i ..

the nigo scnooi s w
to college., In the bottom third of
the. states, only 19 per cent had

lie national average oi tmucuu

Nationally, about 16 per cent of

111 draftees are rejectea oy we
moil Mnrlm tnr Hiiratinnal

B(U1VU ; wt-w
reasons. Of the 15. lowest states

in the -tests,' all but two naa more
th.n Vi. n.tlnn.1 avDraffn of draft

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rejections and, therefore contribu

ted less man. xneir proporuunaie
share to the armed forces. Bloom
said. s V'
He concluded that pupils 'to the

states which ranked low are ham

pered in obtaining admission to

' .ill.. t V. ... .i . 1. : i.

wum. u. ujcj uu uu iu uiguer

education, these graduates may
require remedial work..; Such

graduates also are handicapped

in their competition for jobs ifJ

they have to compete with .stu

dents from states with better

educational, systems, and they

may be retarded in their cultural
and social opportunities, Bloom
said. c.v. -v

In 1955 tests were given to five
per cent of the nation's high
school students, a total of 39,000
from every state. More than 814
high schools, distributed by area
and by size, participated. The
tests were given to( students in
Negro; vocational, evening, or
tti7AvAav hi oh chnnla

In order to provide a scale of
educational achievement by stu-! v
dents after 12 years spent in the1'
American educational system,' the f
tpsia went civpn tn hieh school

seniors in their last two months THE TERROR COES ON 'The tragic combination of Britain's repressive measures 'arainet
Hofnr- or.rhmtinn ; . rebellious Cvnriot nr) th nflt7 rool1x;nn k..-- i;,..

v v. v B. i - . t.fBiwmm wiuiw Mxua liKfs uita uniosx Gaily in UTDriis
Since 1943.S everal miUion stu- In this case.a church, left, background, in Nicosia, was bombed by terrorists. A British: soldier
dents have taken the tests. Bloom tenas a seriously wounded comrade. The explosion killed one Briton and wounded at-least
said. In v 1955, the standards of down other persons. In addition to guerrilla tactics against the BritishT-Greek Cydriota Tare
the tesU were i raised because of ; fighting fellow-countrymen of Turkish origin in what amount to dvil war :
the feeling that .educational stand-i -
ards had improved. ,' -. '

Do-it-Yourself Air
Cooling Planned
ForCov; Employesi;

ernment workers here, tired of
getting hot under their white col collar?,
lar?, collar?, are going in for do-it-yourself
air cooling.
Under a clan "besan tasf pt

fcy the General Services Admin-

i "ton, some ZOC"0 f dcral em

pbyes in the Washington area can
now have lip rnnrlitinnino Th

only gimmick .is that they'll have
to buy it themselves.
k However, the GSA will foot the

bill for electricity, maintenance
and repairs. Installations will also

be tione by the GSA, but at the
employes expense.
The plan permits an employe or

group of employes to buy an air
unit and lease it rent-free to the
GSA.1 If an employe leaves or is

transferred, he may either sell the

unit to his successor or-take it

witn nun, :
Last year the plan sounded sim simple
ple simple enough, but questions arose
about whether -such a project
would be legal or ethical

? Net Many Buy

Government officials thought
the GSA would become involved

in red tape if it bought units and

re-sold them at a lower rate to
individuals. They said the GSA
would be using its funds in a man man-ner
ner man-ner which Congress never pre-

croea. v
But then someone hit upon the
tAam thai1 lAmiinm' jmuiIjI tui-imU.

mv win. svtovue vuum su UUJU
Individually without stepping on
an? legal toes. This meant costs
would be increased, even-though
GSA would install them at a re

duced rate. -

GSA. which acts as the govern government's
ment's government's housekeeping agency, ap approved
proved approved 'the new plan after many

requests com long-sutfenng em

It is estimated that about 45,000

employes now work without cool

Ing systems In Washington's 95-degree-plus
If Congress approves a pending
t, 500,000 appropriations bill.

which is earmarked for air con conditioning,
ditioning, conditioning, some 15,000 employes
will benefit But this still leaves
some 30,000 workers who will have
to cool themselves at their own


Ao average 208-volt unit would

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er" employes about also, so far,
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Dog Population

uains Un Humans

CHICAGO (UP) Population-wise,
America seems to be

going to the dogs.

The last census figures put the

human population at 167,000,000
A' doog food manufacturer esti
mates the dog population at 23,-

OQ0.O0O and says it's increasing

four times as fast as the human
Almost every other household

has one dog: .(according to

Quaker Oats Co.), and nearly 15
per cent of all American homes
boast two or more canines.
This means big business for the
dog food industry, with sales last
year totaling, a quarter of a billion
dollars. .'
Like their masters, dogs are en en-ying
ying en-ying a higher standard of living
than ever before. Dogs are larger,
they eat better and they -live
bnger, the study showed.

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weU-drcssed oedetrain rwill clovr

vmuuiu, tivrj. apnng npes: &uen smokers i are ."a u UIC uar year. -
cleaning time is here and the breed by themselves. They should! t
place to start is in Dad's pockets, 'carry handbags." A Dew twtfle mde of a rePec-
according to a man without mas- Also : Good-luck pieces "rang- Prized fabric has been developed.
culme prejudice. -, .-, . ling from a silver doUar to a rab-to Provide, better protection for
'Thomas J. .Rolfs doesn't go bit's foot";; credit cards; Comb'Pelestrians. the Smithsonian "la
along with the general assumption nail "file, nail clippers and some- stitution said. k
of. males that a woman's purse, times if mirror: glasses and case-1 '
contams the worldT greatest-col- tickte stubs; checkbook; chewing' Incorporated in the fabric are'?
mction of odds and ends.;A man- gum or candy; one or more band-. toy pieces of ff'ss which reflect J
ufacturer of personal leather kerchiefs, usually soiled. automobUe lights and warn the 2
goods m West Bend, Wis., he de- And mysterious notes that say driver., .,
cidedto Uke; a good, hard look at things like: "Meet Jbxxxk Mon.1 ; 1
the pockets of his own sex.. It Fzzl's re. Smgrna pThis safety material, exhibited
?v!r. two-week .period, ..he- These note last for months.1 at the Smithsonian was developed t

aeoia average Businessmen to Rolfs said. Too valuable to throw coromerMa'y after four years of

kets inside-out.

turn their

"The' only thing 1. didn't find
was a kitchen sink," he said, "but
most -men carry "enough, para-
Dhernalii tn fill m 1

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"The next time m husband nnki

fnn at his wife's handbag, she
should challenge hira to a duel
her purse aeainst his Dockets. Th

wiie wouia win every time.;' ;
; Rolfs' self-conducted survey am-


Unmtiled letters: "Ak 'nv

wife." .

Keys: A emt manv "Tf he ran

tell you what half of them are
fn. 1.1 : t s

, no uuove average.
Business cards: "Mostly from

peopie no- nas forgotten. ".;
. Calendars: "Small ones. Usual

ly . -. dating back at least 10
yearsT ... .r.-;. ;Jt.vTi.,(
t Pens, and pencils: As .many as

wree pens ana a dozen pencils
per man. "Uusallv one of thfe nn

is 'out of ink and two or three of

me pencus nave no lead."-,.
' Miscellaneous playing '. cards:
"One fellow had a dog-eared royal
flush which was cold-dealt in a
poker' game. He'd carried it
around, for 10 years ?r j
. Money: Change carried loose in
one or more pockets. Bills in a
wallet of well crumoled in various

pockets. '. . t' -,-,, .-f-

Cigarets and cigars:"He' either
can't produce a single match or
he's got at least half a dozen half half-used
used half-used packs.";


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WASHINGTON, (NEA) Meet'litation personnel, facilities, basic

"11 Mary E, Switzer, crusader for the
l! I h wdicapped. She works in a large.

i perhaps even plush, office out at
-) the Department of Health, Educa-

. un and Welfare. The sign by her
; door announces In small letters
'. i. that she's director of the Office of

.1 vocational Rehabilitation.
!"; Vet the carpeted surroundings

and title seem too subdued to fit
,tr vibrant personality, for this
u gray-haired woman is on the
"was path. i
-'"Instead of an, ax, Miss Switzer
' carries a filimr cabinet brain full

!! of razor-sharp arguments. She uses
them continually to slash away at
J trance and lack of concern for!
it "-America's disabled persons. i
- "I'm crusading not only to give
the disabled better services," she
,i explains, "but I'm trying also toj
infiltrate the psychology that more

it can be done than just giving tnem
io-ithin2 to live on." :

... avery individual has a right to the
' maximum fulfillment out of life.)
. And she feels that thousands of
handicapped Americans are depriv

ed tif that right.
."The toll that disability takes is
' just enormous," the says. "It has
become one of the appalling facts

of our national we."
' Ai a rock-bottom, tested figure.

at least two million persons today
need the help of vocational rehabili-

i tation, according to Hiss fcwiizer.
; At the present time about 60,.
I 600 disabled persons a year are go go-i
i go-i ing back to work. Miss Switzer's
1 goal is 200,000, some day. There
are numerous hurdles ahead. v
; "All the forces of the communi community
ty community must be brought to bear on the

mfflatute Patent
; What We Expect In A Child
May Be Our Own Prejudice

" Mrs. R.'s father headed the high
school's science department in the
town, where she grew up. When-
Kvet as child sne experienced
My hurt or; discouragement at

-"nooi, shea think comfortingly,1 gid and unreasonable value we
Anyway, no kid dares evef belhave acauired .as a child. ;

an to Daddy Not. eveftl teach'i Until we can locate it and t de de-dare
dare de-dare be mean to Daddy." f stroy it,it can continue to tnake
t Saturday was .h: ei"M and our families miserable be-

..r-old son's birtudayi""AjBio ng
viuer sun, wm received nuwo-i
scope from his parents and a

BaseDau mitt trom an uncie. n a
His mother,' who had bought VbJnnL jUf
"inoat uninmant tmiUkl. a am OtVUM h

ua microscope, eageriy o o-pened
pened o-pened his box of glass specimen
slides. "This feather specimen will
look, just like a fern, she was1
saying 'when looking up, she saw
.u.A firm -- J i
nux u.u uyi.
1 Out in "the hall he was Standina
feed's the mirror, m a k i n g a;
Catcher's reaching motions. Khyth
ki.vaiiy wHa litUe grunts of plea
ture he waa smacking the fist of
ene hand into the mitted palm of
t.i ouier.
Watching him. Mrs. R. reject'
V her child, just as you and I
have when our youngsters have
dmonstrated in some way. that
tnrxre not going to give use. some
tXHTSonality feature we want.
:'t these moments, we like to 1 1-.une
.une 1-.une that we are merely "dis-
'ppointed in the child who gives
C$an interest in baseball instead
Liiology; a snub nose instead of
ay tquuine one; shyness instead
seU-coniidece. ;
1 the fact is, we're dishonest. Our
aUiUda represents, rejection just
-4iropping a glove that doesn't
ft os tack on the counter is re re-jpiion.
jpiion. re-jpiion. If we're not brave enough
to-realize that we have dropped
"' ( child because he doesn't fit
J or- prejudicd demand, we may
Ter discover what our preju preju-Ca
Ca preju-Ca is, let alone how, strongly it
governs us. ;
1 For example, the prejudice in
Jr. R. that wants to make Will
ISto a duplicate of her father at
ecis her marriage as well as her
nnftiiiiAAl HA,iiaA ho f afha'
Academic achievement meant
Comforting prestige to her as a
-little girV respects no other
Ibis has been hard on her hus-
oiand.a capable business execu
tive. Due to the contempt she
- hi acmevements, he has
.long since stopped asking her fo;
'im.. mounding of his problems.

Exercise 5or
a 3nlo Swlmmil

ere 5
TEEN-AGERS who plan to spend
the summer at a beach or at the
pool will emerge in September
slim and muscular, if they keep a
wtch on the soft drinks. Swim Swimming
ming Swimming and other exercise, coupled
with a sensible for the ideal of the
American figure: unflabby, strong strong-fy
fy strong-fy graceful and healthy, rather
thn emaciated.
r- There is one catch. In order to
get on the beach, one has first to
get into the suit. And a winter of
over-eating and classes may have
tone its damage.
Here's a rigorous exercise for
the strong and young, to get things
down to swimming suit size.
I Sit on the floor with legs extend,
ed in front of. you, ankles together,
feet pointing straight ahead and
Ma is much as possible. There
should be a feeling of "pull along the;
let's. Tne hands are flat on

problem of disability," she empha emphasises.
sises. emphasises. "Severe shortaaes in rehabi-

researcn and in understanding and
appreciation or the problem ol dis
ability must be remedied."
IT'S THE JOB of the Office of
Vocational Rehabilitation to coor
dinate a federal-state program
which helps the disabled to get
Dane on their feet and find employ'
The initial cost of rehabilitation
more tlftm pays off, according to
miss bwitzer. me net gain in tne
nation's purchasing power from
last year s rehabilitation Is esti
mated at 90 million in income tax
es this year.
Miss Switzer is more than a sta
tistician. She takes an acute per. interest in the Human fac
tors of the disabled. 1
She's an administrator who nev-
er lets important details go unat
tended., Every day cases of dis
abled persons come across her
desk, many of them at the person'
al request of congressmen.
"Often I personaly follow a case
through to the end," she says. "For
a program Is no good unless you
can test it and make sure it's not
just a batch of papers."
cliffe College, Miss Switzer started
working for Uncle Sam as a junior
economist at the Treasury Depart
ment in 1922.
She took a leading role in de developing
veloping developing the Public Health Serv Service,
ice, Service, which was at that time under
the Treasury Department. In 1939
sne oecame assistant io uie ad administrator
ministrator administrator of the Federal Security
Miss Switzer took on her pre
sent position in 1950.
To know what an enemy this
childish prejudice has been to her
is pretty important to Mrs. R.
it's always sensible to 1 o o ki

squarely at any rejecting feelini mtr, the girl on the beach needn't
we have toward a child. Always,! have a perfect figure in order to
its kernel is prejudice soma ri-llook orettv in a swimsuit.: v

cause they do not give us i what
prejudice says uiey snouia,
, ,., ...
SNAPSHOTS are valuable in
beautv analysis. The tell a worn-
an things she can learn no other
A woman, for instance, never
gts an eye-level view of her skirt
length, Even when she looks in a
full-length mirror, the is looking
slightly down and the skirt may ap
pear longer than it is. A snapshot
however, shows exactly how the
skirt looks in relation to the legs
and hips. And if it looks unbecom unbecoming
ing unbecoming in a photo, the skirt length a
woman elects should be changed.
Hairstyles are another aspect of
beiuty a woman can analyse
from photos. One woman felt that
the shorter ner nair, tne neuer sne
looked. A careful inspection of a
nair of pre-and post-haircut snap-
short hair threw her whole body
out of proportion. The slightly dul
ler hairstyle gave ner neaa tne lm lm-potance
potance lm-potance it deserved, in relation to
her body.
Obvious as it may seem, a worn
an never sees herself with her
eyes shut That awful picture that
a friend snapped in the middle of
her blinking may show clearly how
a woman's makeup looks when the
lidi are smoothed down. And it may
indt bft ffOOd.'
The awful truth about whera that
extra five pounds went may be
revealed oa silro. A woman may net
see it or feel it, if her clothes are
loose, but there is tuat extra avoir avoir-ilunoit
ilunoit avoir-ilunoit in the rear. "
Doing something about ailments
disclosed in candid shots may make
th next photos much more pleas
floor, a foot or so behind the hip;.
elbtws straieht. The bodv should
be reclining slightly, resting on the
arms. The body, from hip joint to
ear, snouia oe straight
Get everything under control and
hold in because this is a tough one.
On the count of one, raise the body
off the floor so there is as straight
a line as possible from shoulder
blades to heels. Don't let the should'
ers pop up and the chest sat, in be
tween. Get the chest up. Keep the
abdomen tucked under. Pull the
chib up, push the toes down hard
On the second count, let the bo
ny down to tne floor.. Do not fall,
let it down with the muscles. Check
to see which muscles (abdomen,
rear end, thigh, etc.) are shirking
and concentrate on them. This can
be done 10 times
m Aflv it irnu'rA
strong and yon do it correctly.

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C'etUac a fine Bgere in a swimsait is not difficelt this summer.
Suits have sleek lines that show off the fijjure te good adveBtage.
Caltes of California gives "IT camisole treatment to front and
back of elastieised faille salt (left) that is alse eat ltle-ly"T
shorts style. We show it in orange but It also comes in navy. Her

NEW VORK, (NEA) This sum-
The built-in bra (ana even tne
built-in girdle) are signs that de-
fifty Candles For


lAn exhibition at the New York Historical Society of pre-Pnre
iFood, Drag and CosmeUe Act products shows how nebulous
were the claims and ingredients of anregnlated merchandise.
"Martha Washington Hair Restorer" (left), shown in a 19th Cen Century
tury Century pharmacy setting, might have contained anything. Even the
label's small print gives ne hint The maker made ap for this

NEA Beauty Editor
American women can be hearts'
ly thankful for the Pure Food and
Drue Act. which is fifty years
old this year, and for its amend
ment, in 1938, to mciuae cosme
Just how much of their famL
lies' j safety and health women
owe to this law is pointed up in
a fiftieth anniversary exhibit at
the New York Historical Society.
Unregulated drugs- on display
make appalling claims to curs
quinsy, cholera, dipninena,- scur
vy and consumption, raieni mea-icines-
from before the law were
discovered to contain sufficient al alcohol
cohol alcohol to intoxicate a baby in one
dose. A handbook for grocers rec
ommends reviving tainted meat
with a good soak in beer.
Not all -of the antique products
shown are impure by any means.
A common fault in most of (hem
is the labeling. Many are so gran grandiose
diose grandiose and nebulous as to make a
woman wonder whether the prod-
uct was intended to cure liver di
seases, rejuvenate the liver or e-j
radicate it altogether.
Turn-of-the century cosmetics
on display are few: eau de co cologne
logne cologne and a little rice powder. It
was because of this very small small-nefs
nefs small-nefs of Ihe industry and small
dumand that no need was felt to
include cosmetics under the law.
But as the cosmetics industry
grew to its present one billion-

signers and manufacturers' realize
that all. girls are not endowed by
nature with perfect forms. A girl
may need help in fooling her pub public
lic public and certainly she needs it when
she dons a swimsuit.
Higher neckline cuts and a gen
erally more covered-up look are
Pure Food Act
dollars-pen year size, abuses be began
gan began to appear, ,
Some of the samples on display
include an ad for an electric hair hairbrush
brush hairbrush that claims to do what no
modern hair treatment would at
tempt, and quack cures, mostly
alcoholic, for every blemish
known, to women. .


twin thi. .r. m. WLU'U itiis, tiwuug aim,

came notorious. Mascaras caused 7uTknowinl i?'s aUem heln
eye diseases, hair i dyei-paused 'iiiS 'r-
were in some casee medibie . ? announce that lin-
many women s health. mt So may wab mettf
?n In 19M the law was amendJtPot kitty werk -in, thd. hayloft;
bo, in 19, Tne law was mena Most WQmen .. fc,nHrr,ffe Ti with orww, it's pos pos-cosmetics
cosmetics pos-cosmetics under coverage. As ihl eiva ,W1V net'.Ti,. hav
E? .SiStrf more t hTn of lipsUck a pri-
&d.e,rd "'f TFS.cre, do

than 7.000 since 1938.
v. Products under the present law.
must be: ;
Free from ingredients that
might be harmful when used as
Prepared from sound, clean,
raw materials under proper san
itary conditions.
Free from false Or misleading
statements in their labeling.

All iif thpse nrntect a womanirimrinrant.' riiistinv- rniwrtw lik

when she goes to buy meat for
duiner, aspirm or lipstick. ;

movie camera, n ne bigger than the palm of a hand, weighs far
leas than two pounds. Crisp summer patterns with the look of
pretty cottons are the denature for these Rose Marie Reld suits j
(right). Suit at left has a, posey pattern while the other suit is
ra mitred stripes that narrow dowa a waistline. ' -vV ;

the- mrk of the 1956 swimsuit
Add-to these the little boy shorts
and sleek lines and you've a. pic
ture of smooth femininity.
Some suits even have little de detachable
tachable detachable white collars. There are
many high camisole or bateau
necklines, many, V-necklines.


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with a splendid pletare of Liberty and the American Bag. Presi President
dent President Cleveland's wife didnt necessarily use- "Sparks' Perfect
Health for Kidney and Liver" but her picture (center) decorates
aa Mvertlsint platter. Unappetising in the extreme, aa early
S.1 "y Perfumer (right) demonstrates the the-idea
idea the-idea that it did yea good if It looked and tasted awfaL

It's a greab relief. to find out
from a doctor exactly what u
caie about the reported one wom woman
an woman in six who has a cosmetic al allergy.
lergy. allergy. There 'are several who
mule! what's called '. K hypaller-I
genie une. inese unes don't nave
the ingredients, such as orris
root to which allergic women are
sensitive. r
One particular v manufacturer
goes straight through the cosme cosmetics
tics cosmetics business for his customers:
icoio cream,- cteasing cream, tigm
I cream, soap, lotion, sunscreen.
cum. shampoo, wave set, nail pol-!
un, foundation, face-powder,

i Cleancut fit is generally achiev achieved
ed achieved by elasticizing. The boy's shorts shorts-type
type shorts-type leg adds to the trim, tapered
look. .-.,,;'.',,...-.;'
Fabrics range from dotted1 swiss
and the cotton knits to embroider embroidered
ed embroidered cotton eyelet and the nubbly or
slick wools.
. ..a
. A lipstick designed for wem-j
ea allergic to ingredients and
.perfume of usual lipsticks
.comes ia It colors.: : F '
t .... ....-..,. -
ronpe and lipstick.-'
Not all allergic women may be

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fctth ii -iin ,aws.-'.'..vJ...i Jti ..

i able, to wear all the products inoo,

Increased comfort in, warm weathur for ; bed-ridden patient

cvnra wiia me uo oi a moisi

wnira mwa in packet. ; v j

Warm weather brings iome dis
comfort to almost everyone. But
if one is inclined to wilt in the
heat consider the bedridden: Ba Babies
bies Babies and invalids.
They cannot get to the tap for
a cool drink of water. They can't
get away from oppressively warm'
sheets. They can't get up -to"- tilt
the blinds to keep the sun out. j
They can't stand up in a cool
breeze. ...
Keeping a baby cbmforable is
a manageable proposition, since
he can be wheeled out into the
shade and then have his clothes
A new product that 'will receive
THERE'S such a thin? as over
doing the capsule wardrobe. And:
mature women, past family re.
sponsibilities, who take a whole
summer at the lake or in s the
mountains, with their husbands
joining them on the weekends,
should remember this, ;.' v
One pair of nylon panties can be
sudsed out each night and worn
the next day true. But how about
the night the power goes off and
there s no light for that few mm
ut?s at the washbasin? How about
a night when you may be just too
worn out to face the prospect of
another moment out of bed? These
an- the times one is -glad to have
more than a "one pair of panties,
one bra, one blouse wardrobe."
There are also accidents. One
woman lost her '' miracle fabric
blouse overboard when a wind
came up during the night. She
sweltered out her week on a small
' yacht in a twill middjr blouse.
Gravy on the front of a miracle
blouse will rinse, wash and dry out
in an hour. But what does one do
for. that hour while the canasta
tournament eoes on downstairs?
One grandmother had a baby
burp up milk on her blouse while
en route. The blouse was as wash
able as all eet out but no time or
facility to do it She arrived at her
destination wearing eau de sour
milk, which most mothers know
all too well is replusive. She need
ed a second blouse. :
Miracle fabrics do cut down on
luggage weight But never to the
point when one might have to face
the prospect ot "noining io wear.
Printed seersucker is a eood
fabric for Baby's summer night-
gowns, or pajamas, and .bathrobe. I
it s comiortabie, washes easuy
and always looks crisp. Pick tti;
with animal prints, fire engines or
other, popular Baby subjects.
If Baby has trouble with his
feet or posture, the doctor may
recommend shoes that seem ex extra
tra extra expensive. They may strain

the bud net. but thev are favorite bud eet nriced line.

in the long run than long T term i
foot trouble. ,.
, ,.
There's no need to encourage
accidentitis, but. bumps, lumps,'
an occasional black eye, skinned
knees and hands and small'
bruises are part of Baby's learn
ing about the world. Most moth
ers prefer them to a timid, over overcautious
cautious overcautious Babyt :
. A small stool or bench is a fa favorite
vorite favorite Dlavthine when Babr is a-

rouno two years old. He sus on, on tne legs may mane iiock.ik,
it, carried it around and uses it; if one wears them, go on more
to get to things he cant reach.! pleasant'y. t ..- -"
This includes things you d o n't: -"' : ",'
WAnt!?ira- t0 reach'" 10 keCp "repeated washings make the old!
eye on him. . ,ax stitched down 'elastic

A good buy inclining pants
j a pan where the elastic runs
'free around the waist This way,
a new elastic can be run in when
even a hvpo allereinic line.
some women, it's not the soap in ingredients
gredients ingredients that bother, but the soap
and water. The doctor must diag
nose and list what's allowable.
Those allowable cosmetics should
be picked, from a good hypo-al-lergenic
line and then patch-tested
by, the doctor. , !,
For those whose allergy is to
the perfume found, in most cos-i
mttics, this particular manufac-
turer has
a nonperiumed une,

t fra-

paper .towel with a light
a welcome from invalids and
from families who are concerned
for their comfort is a small moist
paper towel that comes sealed in
an air-proof packet. This scented
towel is .damp enough to wipe both
hands clean. The hands -quickly
dry by evaporation. It's damp e
nough for a refreshing face wipe.
After use, since it's a tissue, it'a
ftlmnlv thrown in a W9cta.haclrAf
It, too, dries out then and will not
remove paint
This product, since if requires
no walk to the basin and no fetch
ing of a pan of water, ts usable,
without assistance, at the invalid's
wish. Twenty-one little envelopes
come to a package, 64 to the gift
A new cologne scents, invigoro
ates and deodorises all at once,'
It's recommended tor summer
a(ter-bath use. .'
A favorite way to freshen up
after a warm day's work is a'
bath, followed by a liberal dous dousing
ing dousing of cologne.' i
The fragrance one uses to cooL
off and- be a joy- to-friends should
be -lighter in summer. Florals are
eood. so arersmcy and fruity
For the liberal, head-to-toe use
after washing, a moderate-priced
fragrance is also valuable. One
doesn't mind using itireely, as it
should be used. '.-... j :
Right in time is a new, cologne
This one is pale .green, .'a good
color to behold in summer. It's
the perfect after-bath foundation
for use of the more concentrated
versions., ,'
. .,
The maker of this long-popular
scent has added a deodorant te
his after-bath cologne to make it
more appealing for summer, use.
A good lathering with cologne is
pleasant, but be sure not to ne.
gleet the back of the neck and the
hairline. ; A "good rub of cologne
is1" e-7.h Jt:
Colic, -or three- month-xolie, is
something doctors know rela.
tively litUe. : about If you find
somethinB that works .for your
Baby, check with the doctor ta
be sure it s sate, mere is no
need, however, to abandon tlie
system simply because it isn't in
the book.
Age two is exciting because Ba Baby
by Baby learns to be a help. He c a
take Daddy's orange juice to him
when he's asked. He-will ahut
the door after guests and bring
his stool to the sink. Kep the
tasks fun'and he will continue t
enjoy then,-


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Belo will be asked to pay $2.50 at Dockery 828-3541. Mrs. Feeley
; this meeting, to cover the cost of 3569 or Mrs. Hoke 82-2CC9'
liaunch fare and lunch. 1


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CELEBRATING VENEZUELAN INDEPENDENCE -i. The AmBassador of Venezuela to Pan-,
'ama and Mrs. Esteban Chableu held a reception at the Venezuelan Embassy, Thursday eve-,
''nine to celebrate the anniversary of the declaration of their country's independence. Shown -'from
left to right:. The Ambassador, Mrs. William E. Potter, Governor William Potter and
'Mrs. Chableu. ;(v - r ; - f""

- Mr, and Mrs. Charles W, Kin of Annapolis, Maryland, j
! and their two sons, Jim and Johnny,, are due to arrive on
' the Isthmus Tuesday by air from Miami, Florida. Mr. King
is Director of Civilian Personnel, Air Research and Deveiop Deveiop-,
, Deveiop-, ment Command, U.S. Air Force. -;;y;y! y ft'.y 'f
Former residents of the tWf-V?.'
-Zone the Kings have a host o weeks. While on vacation,; Mrs.
friends on the Isthmus." Small .Gerrans visited friends and rela rela-poat
poat rela-poat enthusiasts, the first arnv- fives m Long Island and Brooklyn,
d here in their 27-foot .loopNew York.
"Showme," in the spring of MM, -
having sailed from California with Soroetlmist Club , .
niv ihpmselves as crew., Both Holds Luncheon
thiihildren now 14 and seven,! The Soroptimist Club held a
?ere til on 8ST- "u,mus. -luncheon at the Hotel El Panama
Except for a three-year break. (
in service, when he served as an.MravW. B. Middlemas
i t.. ii b Vavtf in the Pi I Leaves For

-mt Kind was emnloyed inatates Vacation

-OF -

Mrs. Lesfeigh Davis t
Feted At Coffee ,

. A coffee party was siver bv

board members of the Cristobal
Women's Club early this week in
honor' of, Mrs. Lesleigh Davis,
who will leave soon for Manila,
if- l
Those1 ftresenf'Werje Mcsdames
P, Francey, William Grady, W. W,
Patton, A. Metzeert M. Tryner! R.

W., Rubelli, Jv F, Meehan, i W It

uam ( lute, A. L. LfOan, J. Pur
vis. W. L. Brooks. C. WertzA 8

Kiad, U. UeaKins. F. Robinson. C

Maedl, E. Orr E. Wf Millspaugh,

o. (m aim v. ijawsuu.

Mrs W R MiHHlomant nf T?r.

inn Haiahti loft. FriHav on thu 1!-

nited- Fruit Company's "Quisque "Quisque-ya"
ya" "Quisque-ya" for New York. Mrs". Middle

mas will vacation with her son

and family. Captain and Mrs, W.

H MiririlomM Jr jl Vmt Ren.

ning, Georgia, and also at Anna

polis, Maryland.
Mr. Middlemas plans to join his
family later in the month.

Name Changing

the Panama Canal Personnel Bu Bureau
reau Bureau from 1939 until 1949 at which
time he resigned to accept a posi position
tion position with Headquarters, Caribbean
.i. -1 I T mm. Aeeiefant

Director of Personnel of the Pana Pana-r.n.i
r.n.i Pana-r.n.i th time of hlg-resis-

natioa. The King. were transfer-,
red to the United States In 19M.
They except to be here approxi

mately four weekSv navmg arrang arranged
ed arranged a unique house car-boat ex-
hnno'iiMth Tr unrt Mrs. William

sailed for a Suteskia vc4,tloniCOUSeS TrOUDie

Tnno in inil are making thp KlntS

Ferrv Farms home tbeir heaaH

quarters while on holiday.
A number of social events nave
been planned for tt''Vtenrfc',,,,'

lrM Party ; '-''-,r-V' vr
At Quarry Htights 6 vl ..-a
- The Commander in Chief, Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Command has issued invita invitations
tions invitations to a cocktail-buffet for re representatives
presentatives representatives of the Panama Press.
The party will take place tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow evening Iron? 6 to 8 p.m. at
the jjuarry Heights' Officers' Club.


candidate for the Republican nom

ination tor uainoun county snerui
must circulate his nominating pe petitions
titions petitions all over again. :
Chief Deputy Willard Jess Pur Pur-cell
cell Pur-cell had been known as "J e s s"
since his hiah school da vs. so he

used the name "W. Jess Purgell"

on the petitions. .

Rnl fha ctata slorllnn Hirpitnr

ruled the designation should have

reaa w. jess rurceii, jormeriy

wuiara j. x'urceu.

Mrs. A. E. Gtrrms Returns Home
With Houseguett ;.'
' Mrs. A. E. Gerrans returned fro

to her homo in Balboa. She was ac

companied by her sister Miss ueor ueor-gina
gina ueor-gina Jacobson, who. will stay with
Dr. tnd Mrs. Gerrans for three

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Auto License.

Collection v-"v.


PharlAa .vtnn SO-a iAfirar1 rail, i

way worker may have the largest'
automobile license collection in

the world. c -1

Sexton .began collecting license
plates in 1909 and today has more
than 8,000 of them from all parts
of the world. : r .!
At few years- ago Sexton built a i
shack behind his home here to!
house his license plates and other;
odds and ends he collects. License i
plates are everywhere in the!

shack. The floors are covered
with them and so is the roof and
outside of the small building.
In addition to license plates,
Sexton collects advertising signs,
beer caps, ball and-cap shotguns,
mounted moose and deer heads,
old pictures, ancient carpenter's
tools and scores of other items.

Albrook Girl Leaves For

Girls Nation r

Virginia Reynolds, daushtcr of

tot. and Mrs. John N. Reynolds,

ai Drools, lett triday for Washing.

Inn n P inH tha fontli nnnnl

session of Girls Nation, to be held

at the American University from

July 7 to July 13. ;

Miss Reynolds was the first .mlt

itary dependent ever? to act as

Governor of Canal Zone Girls

State when chosen for that posi

tion this year. In March, during
the Girls State program, Virginia,
along with Sandra Motta of Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal High, was elected to repre

sent the Canal Zone at Oins r,'a

tion by 60 Girls State members.

A senior at Balboa High school,

Miss Reynolds will particpate in

an informative and entertaing

program, sponsored by the Amer Amer-cian
cian Amer-cian Legion Auxiliary. She will

Visit the White House, in senate,
meet President Dwieht D. Eisen

hower and tour the highlights of
nnr K'stinn' f?amtnl.

. Girls Nation is designed to af

ford the young women of learning
and practicing, the fundamental

principles, ol our national u ov overtimed,
ertimed, overtimed, as well as learning the
responsibilities,' the duties and the
nnvileees of citizenship in the U-

nited States. The training they re receive
ceive receive will equip them to better

perform their future responsioui responsioui-ties
ties responsioui-ties as citizens of their, commu communities
nities communities and states.





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JOAN MARLENE BARON -a Mr. and Mrs. Otis Max Baron pf
Curundu-Heights announce ths engagement of their daughten
Joan Marlena to Mr. Jack T. Lamkin Jr. of Brownwood,, Texas.

.They plan Jo be married in tha First Baptist Church, Brown-,1
i .!!'. .;".. wood, Texas July 27. 4 v'''

Isthmian Aquamen

.Ouarry Htiohts Women s
Club To Hold

i Election Of Officers

Meet Tomorrow

The Isthmian Aquamen club wl

hold a regular business meeting to-

Each norict lot inclusion ift this
coknm thouid bo tubmittto in
rype-wiittcn form and mailed to one
of the box number listed dairy in
"Social and Otherwise. or deliver deliver-ed
ed deliver-ed by hand to Hie office. Notices of
Meetings, cannot.' be accepted by
telephone. ; 1U,

Isthmian Nurses'

Will Meet Wednesday V

ine regular meeuiig of the Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Nurses.A.uHialinn will he

held on Wednesday ai 7:0 p.m. in

me Miiuerence Koom at Gorgas
Hospital, i y s -Miss
Mariorie Seel v. will viva a

report on the A. N. A. Convenuon,

airs. Helen, Russell of World
Health will speak on 'an article
from the' Journal of Nursing.
Pians for the visit of Mrs. Judith
Whitaker-Deputy Executive Secret Secretary
ary Secretary of A. N. A. will be discussed.
' All nurses are requested to at attend
tend attend this important meeting.
Newcomer Club PUnTrt Ta
Puerto MhiJ -.U-i
The regular meeting of the New Newcomers
comers Newcomers Club heM Thnruluu

130. p.m.: at the home of-Mrs. Ai-'

aa mer, 622 De Lesseps, Cristo Cristobal.
bal. Cristobal. -All memben taiirf. onpi whn

plan, jo' make 4b trip 4to vPorto

Election of officers will be held morrow nifht at 7:00 p.m. a the

at the regular meeting and lunch- American LegionvClub in Baib t.
ieon of the Quarry Heights Women's Those of you who missed the lat
JClub on Wednesday, at 1 p.m. at meeting can come around -and let
jth'e Qurrry Heights Officers' Club, us give you the dope we picked im
For cancellations please notify one from Lee Beil concerning sea she!!
'of the following hostesses prior to in reneral and the local shells in
inoon on Tuesday, July 10: Mrs. cular.

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k a arffciia YS'i li'n i Mwm

V THIRSTY GROUND Tarmer t. Staggs stands In the bone bone-f
f bone-f dry ,bed of a pond on his farm near Unlonville, Mq, Spring
r rains that hava eased drought conditions in most of rain rain-f
f rain-f starved Missouri have missed the hard-pressed northern coun coun-h
h coun-h tfes near the Iowa border. State Commissioner of Agricultural

LI q. carpenter, right, looks on at gtaggs tella him, "We. are
4 out of gasturajuidoutjof water. i..-i u



Wednesday v
"She is for ME blood
. r says '. (

take her





, la the air-conditioned
1I;J a,m. U S:36 p.m.
Marvellous combination of
breakfast and .lunch- for -,
. 6unday Jate risers! ,
Choice of complimentary
cocktail and a really mouth mouth-watering
watering mouth-watering menu.
, . Music by
at the organ.-
Entertainment for young
and old by

playing the piano in the
BALBOA BAR 10 p.m. to
, 2 a.m. tonight. Tues.,
Wed. & Thurs..
Enjoy yaunlf '',
cheaper than yoa think, at
A Klrkcbjr Hotel

Jew Way to Remove Dantlnif f
f New concentrated DANDRICIDE BINS! releases anti-dandruff -action
no ordinary tank or shampoo can duplicate a.'c
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Second Diagonal (Old "A" Street) No. 1-27-Box
No. 297. : TeL Z-tS",f -1


Shoe Shines Pay

w Education'

cording to Clarence G. Bird, a re.

urea toot room foreman, pictures
painted with shoe polish come oul

ucucr wan ous.
''When. VOu're wrnnir

P) W1D it nff and saf if l,i

he explained. a v -.,
Bird, W,' was' Invited to show
several of the pictures he began

Riming as a nobby at the Second
Annual Philadelphia Hobby, Show

" LT wwvuj 9.JU1UU1CU UV
the Emergency Aid of Philadel-

I He Started na infinff

years ago after impulsively decid-

w ta.eivn m cnarcoai scenes
from his f boyhood in Columbia
Cuuntv Aflar a uihiU h

ae would try painting in oil.! i

i ruuDie was,", -ne aaid,- "one
dflV I naedod anrna whlla atwi tha

w IMVV i IU me I
kits seldom i have any white in
them, so ; I decided to use the

wue sx snoe polish. Just what I
needed, too." j

iTest Radioactive

Food In California ;

Radioactive food may help solve

praoiems m iron aenciency; which
is prevalent among infanta and
causes anemia. - sy v i
Dr. Jeanerte Srhnlr whn la

ducting ; the: study, injects hens!

ana cows wun narmiess amounts
of radioiroo. .It shows up in trace

aiuuuiiia la ckb5 anu miiK. nauio nauio-iron
iron nauio-iron is also added to baby ereals.
After 'Win fnnrf U natarl fha Irnn

absorption, can be traced.
T)r Kphult hnnaa In laarn inm

the study if infant diets should be

suppiementea witn iron,

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Bl. t- AVILA JIU M.O.'4
T- "TTii W Ave, He.
jJT Td. MUt Penan
5 rboat rsau J-0551, ',:
tf M. ' .! I
- faekata r 5hlptm
! :n..Ma J-245l' 2-2562
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iM5 w 1-07
h iwmaan''
.J Wa hta Vf fliuta"
i t tmaa Melv Machlnaa
' Swadisa Msafr t fcta
1 1 facta Aiommu -nr.
T V'ca'nsl Zone Ladles
,To Siwart and .Lovelj Half,
' "try our
' Double Lanolin Wate
YJL(LA: Beauty Salon
atrasaer, ooo-tinio Nazi leader
ho toroke with Hitler, may
abort launch a new German
DoUtkal party, aceordinf to.
reports 'from Vest Germany.
Te be called vtbe "German Sp-
S Union,- "ita platform for
19S7 nattonal ejections Trill
treat unification I Germany
and "hanpy aWUtraJily, ,Jt4i
"fi vT :4,v -'f r
aaaBMI- I 1
1 EAOv MNT'i
Apilment are oKered. for
rent in the modern. rLas Rei Rei-nas",
nas", Rei-nas", buiidfna;. situated t1 o
RooseVelt Monument-Avenue
Prices are $35. to, $45; peif
months Apartments cQnslst of
one '.bedroom, living -(dlntoi?
room, kitchen and independ independent
ent independent sanitary, services, vail first
classv -h v 'V 'ftv'' f '"f
for furtherltoformatlon cal
Tel. 1-0068 j'I-l.!;; i-Vi;
:...j.J.,.:..aotaHea by i,-;;-v
; ; iK 'W
1 AbttMr ttaolonat, MV r
Cat)" ridudarlo'; ;
Ccaieato Panami
Ceeveeerla HacJoaal
'Chfrlcana da Lacho i... -"'..
Coa ColaV..iV..i..'v
5ientas Opwerelajoo' 'tjl',''..
f rteft with Com. M"
Vrna4(; atacoW.'' V
. aWdara'-lt.. V-i '?
tinaiKlera' Utmeft. '?
Prat rl th CeeV
J?iiianstV.oV A. ..!. t-"'
'2 Prot-wtth C4jm. '...
rusrsav-Lua Prof.-
ruaraa T tua-'-Cnm. nW
Kotelea InterojnrricaMO. fa4
Ceneml do Sefuroa .... fvs.
Panam'a do AceiUo a'V
PanameiaVdo fibiaf'..';', .. jo-
Psnamrfia- do Se'guroo V f'; J 17
Panamefia'de Tahice ... ffytt 1?
TratrofJellavistavvi,,',., ;"!." "-'-T5'V
T-i.!roXCTtfa'.."f.";y( !i'''j
- ; v -4eammerctal Notlcei'

- ,: street No. u
Agtnciat Inttrnal. do Publictcionts
..V. ' He. S Lottery nana ..
t'-' ':' C Ctmiai At 41

FOR SALE: Westingheute
Livaramtt $50. Albreok 4273.
FOR SALE: Caved with tin
chain and faantaai $50; twa
ratkmg chain, twa ttnijhf
chain, tnd tibia $25; liaolaum
x!5 $9; drcnar $5. Ft. Clay
ta il70i -J-.-rvk 'i -r
FOR SALE 4-karnar fat (tava
$0, Mfa $25. 2 chain $15
china cwaaf $20. Call Diahla 2-
,U22. v
FOR SALE Diniaf mm ma ma-,'hafany
,'hafany ma-,'hafany labia with 6 aak chain,
$35. J1um 1573-F Gavilaa R4.
Fhana 2-376.
ooi Brieh
'A Civil Wt fan is bisy phese
u shrd cmwf vbjkq
A Civil War fan is hisv nh
days if he tries to keen
up with, all 'the books about the
conflict -K '' -
GRXY FbX bv Burka Divi
(Beehart). is the first one-volume
work Om pobert B. 'Lee's war
year for. decades. Davis, a South South-era,
era, South-era, newspaperman, earlier made
nit name, in the Civil War field
of literature with THEY CALLED
HIM STONEWALL, a life of Gen General
eral General Jackson which, was.' hailed as
H-'4 popular -history.
Davis draws different picture
of ..Lee! than earlier biographers.
instead of the Virginia aristo aristocrat,
crat, aristocrat, always calm, eentle and
able, Lee is shown with, most of
the human traits irritability.
fascination with the clash of
armed men and- essentially as a
fighter,; contented only when his
aimy was. engaging ..the enemy,
"1 believe that Lee . t was per perhaps
haps perhaps the, .most daring soldier of,
Anaerican history." Davis 'writes
in summing up Lee's strokes dur-
mg .the, Seven-Days, -at Chancel Chancel-lorsville
lorsville Chancel-lorsville and Antietim. "He han handled''
dled'' handled'' his inferior force, as if he
could literally smell out the in intent
tent intent of the. enemy and he was sel seldom
dom seldom wrong.,...,., .-(!.,-:''
On that summation Davis bases
Ms title of "Gray Fox," a name
not normally applied to the South.
tn loade :
r A" belief that : the "separsUsr
policy of the. Republic of Ireland
has brought about an "utterly
hopeless position" in regard to
Irish unity, is expressed by Mi Michael
chael Michael Sheeny in a book on parti
tion, rUIVIDEB yva STAND"
(Putnam). The' "ostrich-like" pol policy
icy policy of southern Ireland in ignor
ing 'The obvious and profound
connections between Ireland,
Great1 Britain and the world gen generally,"
erally," generally," is criticized by Sheehy,
described as 'a "young southern
Irishman and a sincere Roman
CathoUc." He says that it is "the
must childish ol i evasions, the
most ignoble of pretenses to place
the responsibility for partition on
England and to ignore the many
ana.w fundamental fluterences
which more than adequately ex
plarnthe political division of Ire.
lard." Sheeny lists these cuaer-
ences as religion, politics, econom
ics ana culture . ,-
Many authors turn out countless
short" stores. Most of them are
trifles, to be read-and forgotten.
But ones in a- while a. writer
emerges as a master of the diffi
cult short story lorm. 1
HE. Bates is such a master.
tic-Little, Brown) contains IS sto
nes, each' a gem. ..-'-:..,
Bates has a gin tor puiung cot
or and souna and .smeu uio
words,' and for building up emo
tional tension. ; Love. lust, hatred.
jealousy: death-, budding life are
his themes.Th settings are pnH
vincial England, trance, iswiuer-
Und, Italy and moia. ;
Some of Bates' stones art mere
fragments, but each is a sharply
etched bit of life. A murder's re
turn to his home town, the Sunday
afternoon of a middle-aged coffin
maker, an encounter in a, rail
road train, a cocktail party in a
country home. a father waiting
for his daughter to return irom a
late date, and fleeting, passionate
romances- are among the stories
he tells.
rar, Strauss and Cudahy), is the
somewhat- less than satisfying
translation of one of Colette's most
del'ghtful .'and consistently, un underrated
derrated underrated short novels, Le Ble
En Herbe. Even so it cannot ob
scure the lmmeasursDie cnarm
that is Colette at her best, as she
About tnese mree cnaraciers.
Colette has woven a warm and
tender tale of romance and ap-nrnachina-
maturity, of selfish
greed, and. unselfish wisdom, ofj
love ana toss.
But the real attraction of the
story, perhaps1,' is the coastal set setting,
ting, setting, which' Colette, describes so'
vividly and with her usual atten
tion' to delicate aetau ss to trans transport
port transport i even an insensitive reader
into the .scene" '.. '

in U Carrae.elna
, Mo. M W Street
4tk i Mr in J St

Antomobiles l
FOR SALE: laautiful 1955
ukk convartiblt, lika aw, 20,
' 000 mHaa, gaad rubber white
; iMcwill, tubclnt tint, -aawar
. toa, aawar ctaarinf, aawar bnkat,
, a"tlux apholttanr, fcackaa lighH,.
' rfiractiaaal Wflnil liahts, radia O
htaftr. Mutt tea thit car te aa-' f
areciate Jt. Whea aaw cart $3,
650. Will tall tar $2,500. Caa
;he financaa'. See er ull after 4
a.m. Curan4a Pheae 6206,'
Heata 2151. Aat. I:
. FOR SALE. 1953 Chav. hareV
tea cenvertible, : radie, heater,
; aewr glide, undercut, $1350.
Call Ft. Kobbe 14-3244.
FOR SALE: 1951 Ferd Cuiton
: Sedan, radio, clean, tingle ewa ewa-ar,
ar, ewa-ar, $550. 1349-1 15th N.
Phone Navy 2294.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
BelAir 4-door tedan, ona owner,
aowerglide, radie. Phono 6-111.
i FOR SALE -p'54 Dodge V8 Sub Sub-1
1 Sub-1 urbin, 2 -tone green, new tube-
hm Hroa, axtw, $1575. Call
Panama 3-4655.
WANTED Portent to fill the
aewt nightly July Ith thru 15th :
at 7 o'clock. Goipel meeting. No
"llhfly colloctiont. CHURCH "Of
, CHRIST. 0S5I Balboa Rd. War.
die Burrow, Evangelist.
' M otorctcleg 7
FOR SALE:. B.S.A. motorcycle, V
650cc. Radio Arciniagat. Juan B..
'Sou Street No. 69. Phon. ?
5426 Panama..-. '.. '. ?

Pope, 58 Catholic Cardinals
Get Grosses From Rio deeiro

Pope Pius 'XII and BS Roman:
Catholic .Cardinals in nil parts
of the world are receiving small
crosses cut irom tne great wood wooden
en wooden cross dedicated last year at
the 36th International EucharU EucharU-tic
tic EucharU-tic Congress in Rio- de-Janeiro
'Archbishop Helder Camara, of
Rio,, made possible the produc

tion of the .small memorial), m France rro. ... w-i
CTrw hi.k fmJr.. n9e crosses are belne

vvvv't Ttaiavil PW ULa WW 44V1UI

Pan American f .ytbw,nitta,.v-'oaS-!Sm mhv cned "Demo-Donk'! -and
are being flown, to each, Lienart, Lille- CaSl wLrS mechanical donkey r reflector

Cardinal's home city.
;; it V:'n ; t.h
Rio Q&Sf:
Archblshoo Camara,

general or tne congress, pointed, c prcscuiea w (.:aramai
out that the congress was "dedl-'i0" ?h V van Roey, Malines.
cated to the advancement of e'51um:'' Cardinal Be r n a r d

peace, goodwill and welfare of y.1"111' "Hiaon nffand; Car
all peoDles of the earth" andlfllnal Jose Frinw, Rhein, Ger-

hrnntrVifc vlcltnr frnm all norte.
of the world.
,.--. -.r
He called the crosses com
memoratintr the first anniver
sary "a lasting and fitting mem
orlaL" and said It Is ntung tnsi
Pan American, with its global
service which nlayed an lmpor.
tant part in making the con congress
gress congress successful, should make the
anniversary presentations.
The crosses are belntj present presented
ed presented in, 44 cities In 20 different
countries. ;-'' ; .'.." -k I
The one for Pope Pius is larg larger
er larger than the others. Each of the
crosses is enclosed in decorat decorated
ed decorated bOX. !f :':' :';':' Ki
in Brazil. Cardinal de Barros
cardinal Carlos ,Carmelo de
Vasconcelos at Sao Paulo, and
Cardinal Audusto Alvaro da Sll-
va, of Sao Salvador (Bahia), are
recelvlntj crosses. ; 4
in Argentina, crosses ere be
tag presented to Cardinal Juan
tula nonello. Buenos Aires, and
Cardinal Antonio cagglano, Ro-
sarlo. .;- '...''. -'i "' ',
m Santlaeo de Chile. Cardinal
ruiifunn M: Raro Rodriguez is
! T Dnrrnta. Colomhlar CrOSS
Is being rjresentea w wruu
Crisanto Luque.
in Quito. Ecuador. Cardinal
Carlo Maria de la Torre Is; re re-ceivln
ceivln re-ceivln a cross.
T artooUA a. etVACCI ltl hl1Tir Tlff
sented to Cardinal Emanuele Ar
teaira v Betancourt. of Havana.
. in the United States, crosses
ar being presented to Cardinal
Francis J. Sneliman m New
York; Cardinal Samuel Alfonso
stritch. Chicasro: Cardinal Ed
ward Mooney, Detroit,, and Car Cardinal
dinal Cardinal James Francis Mclntyre
Tin kvtwrmmw
In Canada, crosses are being
presented to cardinal jonn
Charles McGuiean at Toronto,
and Cardinal Paul Emus teger
at Montreal:-
In Italy, Pope Pius and 21
Cardinals in Rome and. in Tu Turin.
rin. Turin. Florence. Palermo, Venice
Naples. Genoa and Bologna are
receiving crosses.,
In Rome, they are Cardinals
Celso Constantinl,. Gaetano d
coenanL Valerlo Valerl, Pietroi
Clriaci, Nicola canaa, Giovan Giovanni
ni Giovanni Mercati. Alfredo Ottavianl
Pedro Fumasoni Biondl. Federi-
co Tedeschinl,

Am. IMI He. 4
, Ml Contra! Ave.
." 14 Control Atom

- BOX 2031, ANCON, CX .mL .
t 0X 1211. CRISTOBAL; CX ATTENTION 6. LI Juat built
tnodere furaitbed ape rt ate are, 1.'
; FOR SALE &7ZXutr.
' BliSCellaneOUJ FOR RINTi Nicely fwrniihed
' i ono-bedroora apartment on Ave.'
FOR SALE: Mettl folding wheel Faru. facing the park. Phane 3-
chair, excellent conditio, $40.. 3099 er 3-0746. "'
Ft. Kobbe $231. mnfr
s n n h FOR RENT j 2-bedreeni apart-
FOR SALE: ,1 Native iaddla I!!" tum'i "'i-i-dining
od. Phone Balboa 3373. ; rhono 1464 Balboa. t-,
. .y. i ; FOR RENT; Furnished and
'I FOR SALE; Theater chain, "rnithed aDartmenti available,
35mm tound and rojoction a- Cantact Alhambra Aeartmenrt
ajuipment, ufat, other itamt. 'OtV Street. TeUpbona 1316.
Call 22294 or write Drawer R, Caloa. - -i
Balboa Heightt, C.2., for hid do- 1 in. UT 1 .
' tailt. Not U S. Govt onJlt. ro. RINT!-Apartment., inde- 'r
t fant. wot v.j. bovt. prooertr. Hndo entrance, near trantpor-.
tation, tkeator, market, for mull
FOR SALE: Portable typewriter family. $50. Via Selitario Ferret
Smith-Corona ailent, vary good,.' No. 114.
condition. Real bargain. Can bo 1 mnd 1 '' ;
i aeon at 6431 Dot locu St., Lot '" RENT 2-btdreom apart-
Riot, Canal Zone er phone 2- "ant on Riearde Ariat Street,
2 1 07 after working heun apa Alogro. Bathroom, niaid'l
1 rs : ; room, hot water, near Via Etpa
,n, .... h" Sr6I46 ar 2-2141.
FOR SALE: 1 talking parrot
and cage $55. 2-2964. .... FOR RENT-Apartment 2 bed ;
' 1 '. ; -" 1 ;" nomt, diniii room, tittinp room,'
FOR SALE Z..iu tv L.' maid's ream with, bath, large
1 7-in model Io' kiHt"' U'M k"h'M
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secretary-L.13?6"1161' ln '"P6- wwses

anv. and Cardinal JTosnnh
,r jl -'
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uiuai Manuel ooncaives Cere Cere-Jelra,
Jelra, Cere-Jelra, Lisbon, Portugal; Cardinal
John D'Alton, Armagh, Ireland
and to Cardinal Pedro Reo-nm v
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Weather Services Get Set

first sign of a tropical hurricane
contemplating a northern vacation
this summer or fall, the Joint
Hurricane Warning Center will
apeeuuy aien areas in danger.
From its Miami. Fla.. headauar-
ters, the: advance guard keeps a
trained weather eye on Caribbean,
born tempests which in 1955
wrought more destruction and
death than in any year in Ameri American
can American history. ,;. ;
Veteran weathermen have said
that the eastern seaboard can ex
pect no resoite in annual lashines
by the storms. The Weather Bu
reau says that a shift in upper air
currents, which' began a genera generation
tion generation ago, blows the ocean twisters
into' middle and upper Atlantic
states where they, formerly had
been 'rare.- ..''
Last year the heavily Populated
regions in the newly formed hurri hurricane
cane hurricane belt sustained losses of at
least 1,578 lives and $2,500,000,000
in property damage.
A recent announcement from
the US. Air Force's, Air Weather
Service said that little can be done
to abate the furv of the storms

Gio-other than early warnings. To this

rhinestone earrings, and special fur

wraps, now get a chance to smell
sweet with a new canine deodor
ant. i, ..-j ,'. ,'
It neutralises the'doefv smell.
according to the manufacturer,
ana manes me pet nappier. ..
The spray deodorant also is aald
to. reduce skin bacteria and con.
trot dry r skm conditions,' which
cause scratching.. That, alone
should brine a smile to inv dor't
face, or at least a friendly wag
of the taiL (Whitmire Research
Laboratories Inc.,, .St.. Louia 10,
' The Democrats, adopting a Mad Mad-sion
sion Mad-sion Ave. wrinkle, now are using
the rear bumpers of cars to olue
the party. They've come out with
which states "Vote Democratic
The red, white and blue reflector
is being used by the Democratic
Mate central committee of Cali
forma for' fund raising. (Demo-
uona corp. culver City," Calif.)
- A new toothbrush eliminates the
need for squeezing toothpaste
tubes or fussing with caps. Al Although
though Although it looks like a standard
toothbrush, the new product, made
in West Germany, has, a hollow
handle that contains a four-week
supply of liquid dentifrice. You
shake the brush and the bristles
are ready for use.. The nrodu re
called "Dentifit" is said to be es
pecially useful in travel (Adams
Export Import Co Trenton,
A new 'spectacle eleaner'prom.-
ise to banish streaking and
smudging forever,"" according to
its maker. The cleaner, called
Lens-Wick" uses a new chemical
compound which is said to make
via.. J
and thus lower the number of dust
particles on the glass surface. The
material comes in a container that
looks like a pocket inhalant tuba.
and is supposed to be colorless,
odorless and stainless. ( James A.
JSorris Co., New Orleans, La.)
end the U.S. Weather Bureau and
me Navy ait force Weather Serv
ice cooperate in ; alerting areas
expected io De in tne path of hurri
canes, .storm information and
warnings are centralized .at th
Hurricane Warning Center in Mi
ami. .;'','''..";.,'; -'
' ' '. ' -' 'r 4'
The TJSAF 'report said that th
general public, industry and busi
ness wiu receive wanuntts from
tne weather Bureau. The' Air
force warning service nmviH
ipr Army ana au force installa-
uona and for certain civil
agencies. ,:The U.S Navy fore-
casia lor navu insiauiuons and
snips at sea.' -. -(-- :.. ,..
When a hurricane report is re.
ceived, the Air Force said, the
Miami center goes, on 24-hour
watch. Since the official hurricane
season extends from June 1 until
a Dont Nov. 15. vacations 'for th
watchful weathermen are out of
the -question even though the cen center
ter center increases its staff from 15 to
19 workers.-'.-"'' '.;-.-,. ,. i
Weather planes of the Navy and
Air Force fly daily missions over
1,500,000 square miles of ocean ad adjacent
jacent adjacent to.u east coast. The data
'. ','

t. 'to. 4 li On In No. 41
Ante Aaooaattna ImloIB 9b'
' .'; m Street a,

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CoMaiea.' Modern coavenieacoa,
moderate rates. Phone Garaboa
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Phono Panenw 1-1177. Critte-
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Spend your, week endt at Rio
. Mar, the boat bathing beach to
; the Repuhlic, with aH canva-
nitneat.. Moderate price. The :
t aow manaoement b .naiout to
t tervo you. v -'.
"ute. One mile part Ca Casino.
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Rral Estate
WeH. built retirement hornet in
St. Petersburg, Sunshine City of
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: enable rentals. ..- Contact TROY
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Man's; Hat Trick:' Make
Ir'lFitMood Yotije'ln


' CHAPEAUX CHAMELEONS From lefC top"- Manhattanlte,
actor, banker; below perennial sophomore, businessman.
,',"' ' v 'reporter. '.,.

can .do a lot more for vou than
just keep your pretty little scalp
warm.-Ana n snouia oo more lor
A hit Ctn' bring' out the- best
in your face.1 It- can reflect your,
mood. It can make you appear
conservative when you, want to
appear conservative, ana it can
make you look dashing, when you
feel in the mood for a dash of
dash..----,'-:-: .v:. ;.-.,-
Fold the brim no and you'll look:
uue waj; una u uown, ana you re
a different man. Pinch the center
and it's on hat;,unpinch it, and
an entirely new look emerges.
' Si 1 'j
wear it smack in the middle of the
head or tilt it back a bit. You
can get all sorts of combinations
. and styles out of one hat.
Someday when you're in an ex
perimental, mood and there's "no
body around to, laush. stand in
front of the mirror and do some
hat research. Try your hat in all
comDinations. Learn how you can
change your entire appearance bv
alterinf-the way. you wear youri
The Pictures with t this artlde.
posed by president Bernard L. Sal Sal-esky
esky Sal-esky of the Hat Corporation of
America, snow what you can do
witn.a uau Give it a try.
we this back: Men are
style conscious ; more so than
women. That's the 'word from a
lady who's- worked Mn both .fields.
She points- 1o Bermuda v shorts.
wnic.o,,sne says, became an ac-.
they gather' Is' relayed! to the cen center
ter center over USAF and- Civil Aero
nautics ; Administration, 'teletype
eircultsji v4, i .,'-.'......,.,
. Though 'the planes police a fixed
"beat, they rush to storm areas
for. special humcanv reports
These reports; giving! Jtemnerature.
pressure and humidity within and
outside the storm's eye. are sent
to the center. There" an Air Force
officer .checks It for accuracy and
may ask AWS trround sutinnt
near the storm area to make spe special
cial special ground observations and bal
loon runs. The center pieces this
intelligence togetner to determine
the storm's probable path as ac accurately
curately accurately as possible. -'. .'..-Four-
special bulletins are re released
leased released from Miami each day of the
storm. 1 Several more may be is
sued- to report nevr or tontradic
tory information: "..These "bulletins
give the storms location and fore forecasts
casts forecasts -of ..its -eipec ted -movements.

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Laugh Tomorrow' ;
Is Susan Hayward's SaH
Personal Tale Of Success


.. i a... t ,... :. "s
US AN AT 21 To understand
btr look back at Flatbush.

: (First of Three Dispatches)
V HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Susan Hazard had
to travel 5,000 miles to the Cannes Film Festival this
year to accept her first important and long overdue

"best actress" award.

But the Brooklyn Bonfire with
... 1 I .tnWinN

win moD oi Tea u. immuui

temperament and fighting Irish
instincts didn't have to leave. Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood to win recognition as ;v an
equally good headline,jnabers

Add up the' headlines ndj what

you near, over iiouywoou a w a c
fences, and Susan 4 Hayward ., be becomes
comes becomes a girl who knows what she
Hants hut seldom aets UVan "I'll

Cry Tbrnorrow'" girl who honestly

believes v ;

$ ...

"I'll laugh tomorrow.'

Even at the dawn tt her movie
career she lost what she came to
Hollywood for the role, of : Scar Scarlett
lett Scarlett O'Hara In "Gone With the
Wind ". Since, then she been nom

inated tfour timet for. an .Oscars

and' tost four times. . -. :i tu
She waited for the Mr. Right to
njacry f'because I want to be mar married
ried married .until death do us part.", But
she lost Her marriage to .actor

Jess Barker was as stormy as

they come in Hollywood, with apfr

cy divorce esumony :tnat bussn
tned to stomp eut a cigaret in

Jss' jace and -that -h -blacked
her eye and tossed her. nude into
the family swimming pool after' a

.bitter,- 3- ,a .in, ,lqw 10 1 "Col

oil -R.r-;.fi:C,-Je-;wtWi
. The neadlioef have-nereamed:
4,Sun JiywiH In Su1cM
CorneKnewsbgys .naye- yelled :-'Soan-Hywtrd
A,e us a d in

. 'X

HOLLYWOOD NEA : Ex- dri,i .hn. ti

dusively Yours:, Bud Abbott and, version of Josephine Baker', We
Loa Cqstello. are at it agauv-try- sto-y ,. ue
ins to zip. shut their bag of tricKs v s v . v
labeled ? "Slapstick! Comedy."! Th. e u !i L

They've trwd before but this ti rHitSii ".in,
it sounds more like they mean lU those sconoi with Llnd. ChrUi. ChrUi.-Thcy
Thcy ChrUi.-Thcy are shelving, as contracts ex- ZTTSJSSl out b Amiri
pirc, all of the slapstick ome- "J eZirTES
J&JiJrTA'm- ., Wiss Soptombor M'orJ in

mem. "Thoy asked mo to do the
bathing tcerte nude,'? she told mo,
"but I refused. I guess thoy wont,
od to have themselves another
'Eeifaey. although thoy admitted
the only country mat wouldn't

censor the scone, would be

Sweden." mt ; .s 1'..

Preview flash: Bill Holden and

Deborah Kerr in "The Proud and
the Profane.' The Marines have
landed but instead' of doughnuts
Red Cross Worker Deborah eives

Bill herself to keep her. mind off

ner dead nusnana. me dialog nas
a wallop' but maybe Bill should
heve asked for doughnuts instead.

Grtat performances, thoueh, by

the twostars. Thelmi Hitter, and
William Redfield as the Marine
chaplain. Sometimes as hot as its

South Pacific. locale. r ( ()

4 In 194 before stardom, .-

it,; j.j

SUSAN HAYWARD AT CANNES: For an Oscar, four almostsv

'rulches. She

once told nie: ft Jjke io Tindtny
encitement ti the' sound atagef.

To nnderstind the Susan1 Hay Hay-ward
ward Hay-ward fuse that 'sputters and-cratf-!
kles and blows its top, a look, it
hr chiiahood in' Brooklyn iinswera
a slot of 'questions. -So does a -look
at her early career 'in Hollywood
as i a teenager when she lost the
rule- of Scarlett O'Hara, became a
cheesecake queen, then a star.
Sutn'f real name is Edythe
Marrener. She's 37. She was born
in Flatbush. Her father was a
wireman with a rapid transit com company.
pany. company. At five both her legs and
hips were broken when she was
run over by an automobile. She
spent seven months in a waist-high
cast in bed.
Shr returned to school in a lit little
tle little wagon, pulled three blocks bv

her mother, and their nobbled into

ner classroom on crutches. Her
mother, with the wagon.' was wait-

ing ior ner. aiter scnooi.

Looking back today her mother
says: "Susan never cried. She

smiled and laughed through her



Theatre Guild To Open New Season
With' Sta rt Drama 'Detective Story

Tt-.alr.Ptr -whn ndpnd the edv- Kmtf of Hearts'

Guild's next production -are in fori -Opening, date is Monday,, ifulyi

teal adult drama." 2X The-three-act drama-packedi

The Theatre-Guild has cnosen; play .will. run. ior six consecutive

f'Detwtive. Story" as. -a q v i e kimffnts.-and is being-directed ; byi

thani'e-iif pace to their -last -com-

'.- Next ",


Lhc is for ME
.i.iy blood
-e her!'

i .... ,...:- writ i. uiu-vi,

?ome, Susan Hajward was the
Only girl, in Brooklyn with a pa

per route. She was a tomboy, too,

ngnting wun ner lists' when she

thought she was right; ,

j After high school she became a
model and took dramatic lessons.

Her face in a magazine advertise

ment won her a -New York screen
test In 1937 for the role of Scar Scarlett
lett Scarlett O'Hara. She- was broueht to

lionywood for more tests.1 r

To "Susan s bitter. dinnnln.

mentf -Vivien Leigh won the role.

nut paramount signed Susan at

J250. a week; with order to "lose

that. Brooklyn accent.".

' She Wont to dramatif irhnnl

lost the Brooklyn accent, posed in
bathing suits, won roles In B mo

vies and then uv bigger' and getter-films.

In J945 she left; paramount.
"She's washed up," some' people
said. But Susan didn't think so. It

was Another challenga-rlike going

w suiuui on crutcoes ana selling

ticwauauerg iz. .... i

By 1951 Susan had become 'one
of Hollywood's biggest stars. Four

or ner movies in mat.vear pros..

ed 12 and a half million rinii.

er exiciungly different roles
reflected her love of challenges.
Some good girls, some bad. Sing Singing
ing Singing and dancing, some fabulously

uramatic, like ,'TU Cry Tomor Tomorrow
row Tomorrow which won ( her n C.r

nominaUon and the Cannes Film
Festival award.

Hollywood predicted

Lll by Eftkiat Johnson yJU


No. 13-A-30 "J" St on the 18th-, 9th, 10th and
11th of July, during the hours of 8 to 12 noort-4

omu d. io 3 p.m. -- .. : V

the way for a new. situaUon com

edy series and they're starring

in a new movie, about which Lou
says: ' 7.. .",..c:.yv ;.

Bud Is funny. I'm doing the

straight partj .,;,'.;'..

Says kout "It's "such a good

Story I ovon road the. script.

"Dance With Me, Henry" is the

movie for Producer Bob Goldstein
with Loir playing a kindly kiddie
carnival operator' With- a' passion
for making orphans happy. .This

time it may be' audiences, too,

Says"LouT :' --r.y. '':..

Look It's this different;

Tlx re's always a chase in our

movies. What can we do different
in chases? This time the kids do
the chasing (led. by TV's Rusty
Hamer of Danny Thomas, show).
The kids have the water pistols.

Slapstick is .outdated, ior us. No

matter .what we do it looks like
something -we've done before.

"We. tried, to be different n .our

last picture. But it was still slap-

suck, rne critics muroerea us.
We've agreed, let someone else do
slapstick. We've -had it' cr

Dabble Reynolds is telling pal

she'll quit as a movie queen after

the baby's arrival if Eddie Fisher

asks for a decision. . Mara

Lane, dubbed Britain s answer to

Marilyn : Monroe before : Diana
Dors is back at work after a ski skiing
ing skiing accident that busted her leg in
three places. The brunet sizzler, I
hear, may take : the Grace Kelly
rciute as, the wife of Prince Dado
Rurpoli. Lightning strikes
twice note: First scene in "The
Buster Keaton Story" shows Don

ald O'Connor, w. Buster, being
tuwed .away at the .Paramount

turtioeate. lt happened ana rara

mount's using the same gate to

ttivh Donald the eate. .'

-The Witnst: sign in jsck s nsn
Market: "If you can't make both

ends meat, make one nsn.

Rohm Raymond appeared at an
armr: camp.' then .watched new

ftwikW on the drill field. ."Hey,"

she said, to an. off if er, "That
serf eant must have1, read t about
Bridey Murphy.- He keeps saying

'As you were' to nis meni

Not- In The Script; Bill Bishop
and his wife" invited some friends

o nartv eal ad "Our First.

"First" what?" alkod a puulod
paL "First argument," oxplalnod
Bill. "This way, if any rumors
spread, I'll know ; who spread

em. ,v


JnnM: Dr. Freud visited the set

of "The Search for Bridey Mur

phy." Dr. Sidney J. Freud, a
rhirasn dentist, that is. . A

rfrivin theater., savs Kooert w

Levis, is' talkies on Hie screen ana

silent movies in the seats.

Natalia Wood is ma King no ic.

cret of her unhappiness over her
Mi. in '"The Girl He Left Behind.",

"It's not a challenge," she told
me. "ira'not different." i-. AJ

small army of French turn pig

wheels have been in London i ior
huh-hush Ulks with Dorothy Dan-

i r
She's more he-larious
than everONTHE big


Aoeie ;iseuis.- r '. v ;
The dialogue of Sidney Kings Kings-ley's
ley's Kings-ley's famous theatre fare is

crude and oven shocking at times

with action going fait and- fu furious.
rious. furious. 'Defective Story".' is not
recommended for the-: u n I o r
. members of the guild, or ehil.
dren under- IC:

Action for1 the entire play takes
plice in the police station of the

2lst Squad. : ;

Membersof the squad are: De-

tective r WcClcaod, John Aniatoa:

Captain Mohaghan, Johnny Wer

ner:- Detective BrodV. Bill Kilcal

Ict, Detective Callahan. .F r an k

I'icncner: uetecuve uaKis,, ai MADISON. Wis.- (UP) -Some

mum., uwciuti wani,iii;., .us. punis are greener man others he heme
me heme Cohen; Patrolman Barnes A!-cauge they "inhale" better. Uni Uni-ex
ex Uni-ex Plotmkoff; and Patrolman rersity of Wutonsin ir.i.nti.

ami, a doctor who cswset all

the trouble, Morton Gornlck,
Pat Loo as o childhood friend of
one of the burglars who tomes
to his .rescue. r ,,--4-

The cast also includes Jack
Boggs,' Charles Walsh. Esneranza

Lopez,- jvamy wuoer and ,H." Rus

sell carter. .- ,.v .- .t

"Detective Story" is -the first

play to be presented for the new

searon of uie Theatre Guild

Members who have not renewed

their subscriptions are urged to do


- u j m.'.M "ywooa predicted: "That Su

. m ran u. isan nayward will win an

sumo oay." out four time ah

lostsometimes by a nose riglit

at ine nmsn line. Last March it
wasanother photo finish with An-

na Magnam snatching the Oscar
away from her by a slim margin
of votes. ,.,.,, ,.

w bv Susan had won
Hollywood'a admiration. She had
teamed to cooperate. On the sound
stages she had thrown away the
crutches of being too volatile,, too
blunt, too realistic, ton frank

things that can lead to oblivion in

oujici-oeusuive Hollywood,

Theory Of Plants
Based On Pores

Junking An AutoV
Can Be Costly,
GRAND BAPins .-'-Wirk. Jimi

A .
roun? man xhnt,

AervA nft th k.V.T


is lSLirx UcniElas and fea- nrtv th. .tnm.i. v"r "uc.". pieaaea guiuy to

Keoeh Werner Wolf.

"Detective Story," enjoyed : ft
lon!, successful run on Broadway
where it turned out to be a "sleep

erMt was filmed several yearsiW.K,

a so starring kirx Douglas and fea

tures one

tninic. r -.
The amount of cholorophyll in I

piant determines

D.C. Cooper,



Wedding bell-and fire.


er tii be assembled on the Isth

mian state, ? - ' are pale have fewer or smaller
Among the people who "corae inljtomaU than the green portions
during one afternoon" to the pc-0f the same leaves or of all-men

ttr.. v.;. i i-

They found that leaf part, that e T. m.Tk0""

on-his way. to the iunk veard to

lice station are: Joe Femsoti; a re-

poner portrayed by Phil Sanders,

shoolifter Tush Collier, attorney
Zade Green, Bill Collier as the
young man in trouble for the first

fiire and Shirley Ann Meyer who'
risy the detective McLeod's wife.
Wary. ; " :
. C ,.,r character who' trickle
into the alation, are two Bur-

leaves. They aba learned that

leaves which lose their green col color
or color have undergone a. breakdown

of tne stpmata.

The stomata "allow the; leaf

cells to breathe to exchange

oxygen produced during photo

synthesis for carbon dioxide in
the. air," the .researchers said.

When the slomta do not work

sell the-ear when he was stopped
by a police safety check crow.
"I get $20 for the car but with
this' fine, I'll have just about

enough .for bus fare home.".

properly, the gases don't go
through the normal exchanger the
chlorophyll stops its work and

gradually disintegrates. That

makes the leaf paler.



Queen Mother Elizabeth hap-
pily samples the perfume of a
rose presented to her at the
opening of the annual Royal
Chelsea flower show, held In
the grounds of the Royal Hos Hospital
pital Hospital at Chelsea, England. :






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Julie Adams
Monday "Cease Fire"
Robert Ryan 1
Robert Stack '
Shirley Yamaguchl .
GATUN 2:30 k 1:00
Robert Taylor -Kay
Kendall ;
MARGARITA 2:30, 8:15, 1:40
Susan Hayward '

"Ain't Misbehavln'"
CRISTOBAL 2:30, 6:15, 1:40.
Frank Sinatra
Eleanor Parker
Kim Novak

Also .Showing Monday! t;

PARAISO 6:15 & f .15
Burt Lancaster v
"The Kentuckian". ;
LA BOCA 7:00
"The Marauders'
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 it 6:10
"Woman's World"
CAMP BIERD 6:15 Ic 6:00
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"Bad Day at Black Rock"



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Atkled Prizes For Last
Race At Track Today
Thc ancient Juan Franco race track will close
its gates for good this afternoon with a ten-race pro program
gram program headed by. the Farewell Handicap, the last on
. the card f':-:. .? ;" r V-:' V ;V;:-'

A sUver trophy for the tiwner of
the winning horse and a gold wrist
toatrh for the victorous jockey are

addedjneentives in this $400 seven
fcrlong sprint for Class "H-l im-
ported throughbreds the last
race that will be rua at the Saba-.

nas OVM : "'

Pospective favorites are.Oro Pu Pu-ntn
ntn Pu-ntn vnH Panirus. Soft Note,. Onda

Real, Love's Girdle and Mrs- Hal-

ligan complete we six norws

The secondary attraction should
k i much better race, however.
Etfht Class G imports are schedul scheduled
ed scheduled to match strides over seven fur furlongs
longs furlongs in dispute of a $450 prize.
TJi nrohahte mutuels' choice is

the Stud Tres Estrellas strong fin fin-iMne
iMne fin-iMne non Cuto. Also sure to re

ceive strong support in the m
in the Stud La Enea's trac

tious Heritor, Riscal and Dona
fefeatriz. Also scheduled to start
are Andes, Greco, Fuerte and Ar-


Don Cuto was second to Kensing

ton on Wednesday witn Arpegro
utnt third. Dona Beatrii finish

t oomnrf to Florera in a division

f this same class. Heritorwas left

It the start in bis last ouung wnue
bi ha hen showine eood ear

ly speed. Fuerte, Andes and lreco
nave done nothing to warrant seri

ous consideration.

Alejandro' tcaza will ; have the
fes up on Don Cuto. Jorge Phillips
kin riH Heritor.. Braulio Baeza

will guide ,Dona j$eairw.'?nwu-M

Today Encanto .35 -.20
' Double In Cinemascope
Lana Turner, in
m '
' r Tom EwelC iti ; 1 r 6 v
"The 1 eu tenant WorSklrts".



do Alvarez, returning from an en

furred vacation, sets the mount on

RucaL Arpegio will have Julio JLj

menez Jr. in the saddle, as usual

George Prescott has been assig-l
ned the, mount on Andes, Gilberto
Vasquez will handle Greco's reins
and L. Gutierrez will do the boot

ing aboard Fuerte. v ,

Nine Other races are Included on
the nroeram that will bid goodbye

to racing out at the old Sabanas po

ny pasture. Horse racing wui De

resumed next aaturaay ai we piusn
President Kemon race track which

will be inaugurated with the run

ninff of $10,000 added one mile

P it 1 .-4

and one-quarter classic ior me oesi

horses now in training jocuyt

. - J"is-

Mack Stevens, In -"TIMETABLE"
, peter Graves, In
rr-FORx ym":

24 Years in National League
Written for NEA Service

QUESTION: A runner Is trap trap-ncd
ncd trap-ncd off second on a pickoff play.

He maneuvers around while four

fielders chase him down, He turns
and heads for third. The second

baseman has the ball and is ready
to throw to third. The shortstop
realizes he is in the way and
throws himself on the ground. The
runner trips over him. What hap

pens here? Barry stone, ;
Answer: If tho umpire rules
esbtruction, the runner it
warded th base to which he

was heading third, in this case.

iQWith. runner on first and
turn to their bases. The i natter
hits a fly which the shortstop goes
back to handle. The runners re.

turn to ther ..bases. The? batter

tn" second and the-runner, from

in ita-iemaina therev What's) v t h e

ruling here? Tony Benfante,

A. It naver can- happen.; If it
an Infield fly and the batter it

automatically out whathtr the

fielder catches the ball or net.

1 Quilacoya 12.40, 8.00, 40.
2 Copadora 3.40, 3.80. :
3 Mezereum 3.60. v
1 Two Colours 4.80, 3.4ff,
2 Almlnar -4.80. ... .. -;
DOUBLET 24.28. ..
1 Tuego 4.40, 3 00, 3.20. ; f
2 Don Manuel 3 60, 3.60. ; ',r
3 Don Popo 4.00. ;
ONE-TWO: 23.00.

1 Fru Fru 5.80. 3.20, 2.40. C !:

2 Julie 6.80, 3.00. .
3 Chepanita 2.60.

QUINIELA: 22.00.

1- Waranlazo 6.60, 4.80.
2 Yosikito 3.40. :


INesscliffe 14.60. 5.20, '2.60.

2 Don Dani 4". 2.60.

3 Genizarito 2.60.
1 Bradomln 3.80, 2.20. ;. U
2 Noeallno 2.20.


1- Remlr6n 7.00, 3.00. 2.20.:
2- E1 Fakir 4.20, 2.20.
3- Suzerain 2.20.

QUINIELA; 27.09.

1 Charlie McCarthy $8.50, 4.40

Tonv S2.40 t
One-Two: $21.20

I Grey Juan 39.60, 3.60

2 Gonetino $260

1 Malaga 6,80, 4.20. 2.60
2 Bedulno $3.40, 2.40 :

3 Gaucha $2.40


Shirley Fry of the -U.S, : tcday
won the Women's Singles cham

pionship at Wimbledon,: ana Ai Ai-thea
thea Ai-thea Gibson, also of the U.S..

became th first Negro cham

pion in the history of the tour

nament when she formed part! Hoad yesterday won ent over

of the winning combination u Rosewall 4-6, 7-5 and 6-4 m

the Doubles championship. I the Men's Singlet.

Mis. Frv. who beat Britain's .

Angela Buxton 6-3 and 6-1, wesv :fiugh Stewart, of the US.. x-Chlcago

tne 13th American to cop ine at Muiioy -o, b- ana 6-4, iu New York

women's singles crown.


Buxton Vin

Wimbledon Doubles Title

The Men's Doubles -wai won

bv Australia's Lew Hoad and

Ken RosealL who took 50 min

utes to down Nicolo pietrangeli

and Orlando Sirou of Italy, ,7-5

6-2. and 6-1.

lialionsF Lesgue


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Miss Gibson, who was elim

inated by Miss Fry In the Sin
lies, was Miss Buxton's part partner
ner partner as they Joined to beat Fay
Muller and Daphne Setney. of
Australia, (-1 and S-S in the


.435 ioy2

.29 40 41J ll'A

the consolation tournament. ix-pniiadelphla JO 42 -.417 12
Thelma Long of Australia de- x-Night Games not Included,
feated Use Budding of Argenti-
n now playing for Germany) j TODAY'S GAMES
6-3 and 6-4, to win the English
Plaque.. ; x 1 Pittsburgh at New York (2)
- : r .; 1 Brooklyn at Philadelphia s

In junior competition: ior st Louis at Cincinnati

Earlier, Miss Fry had teamed men. Ron Holmberg, of the UAi

vp with Vic Seixas of the VS. to beat Rod Laver, of Australia, 6

win the Mixed Doubles title over 1, 6-1. In the women's group
Miss Gibson and Garnar Mulloy.'Ann Haydon of Britain, ron out

of the U.S., 2-6, 6-2 and 7-5.- over Miss Budding o-3 ana o-

Juan Franco Graded Entries

tJf. Horse

1t Race T

Jockey Wrt COMMENT


Imparted 7 Fft-Pima $375.00 Peel Clem 12:45

1 Bahamondea V. Castillo 115 Has shown nothmg.
2 Choya G. VAsquei 107x Poor recent races
3 Dawn Song R. Vasquez 120 Form indicates
4 Henry Lee L. Gutierrez S7x Could surprise
5 Must Be H. Gustines 99x Hard to beat here
8 Golden Buzzer B. Baeza 108 Will improve now
7 New Look A. Gonzalez 103 Should be retired

E. Carvajal 107x Could go all the way -A.
Reyes R. 115x Excluded from betting
- tiOUS) ;

8 R. Emblem

9 M. Slipper

la Masterpiece of the
Distiller's Art


3 2
; 3.1

2nd 'W-2" Import--Vi Ft.PMn $400.00 .'Reel Ctottt 1:15


1 Maruja B Baeza 113 Nothing recently :

2 Gonzaga 3. Jim6net 107x Should be close up

3 Dun G. Sanchez 110 -Should beat these
4 Bos'un's Mate A. Ycaza 112 Dangerous contender
5 S. Slipper G. Vasquez 107x Vastly improved (


, 4-1
, M

Sri Race "Non-WiaMrt"

IVi Ffi.PurM $250.00 PmI CUtet 1:45


Chicago at Milwaukee-


Pittsburgh' 000 100 0012 3
New York 000 000 12x 3 9

Friend (11-7) and FoUes; An-

tonelli,-Wilhelm (9) and Sarnl.

WP: Antonelll (8-7) HR:Spen-

cer (8). v ''iv-':' :-'

Brooklyn, at Philadelphia (N)
St. Louis at .pinclnn'a(N)
Chicago at Mllwaukee (N)

Ti.:-w..r--.w: -L--: Tti. cn

x-New York. 50- 26-' .658

Chicago s.Ai : 28 .606 4
x-Cleveland 43-: 30 589 5fe
Boston .' i ;4 .i38r 35 .521 10

Baltimore 33
Detroit .32


x-Kansas caty .27

1 Blenco

2 Pereque

3 Fabionet

4 Damadura
5 Black Bee
6 Lily

F. Hidalgo -106 Nothing In debut
; V. Castillo 112 Ran in well in debut
" E. Ortega 103 -Reportedly ready
i G. Vasques 105x Could make it here
1 B. Aguirre 116 Form indicates
H. Gustines 97x Has good workouts

" 4-1
- S-l

41'vt446 16

42 .432 17 '(

48 .392 20

47 J65 2Z t

x-Nlght Games not included

Detroit -at Chicago -(2) V v
) Cleveland at Kansas Clly
New York at Washington-
Baltimore at 'Boston;,,?

BalUmore : V 000 300 0003 -T; i

Chicago ) 013 000 OOx 4 10 "2

Loes. Formeies (3) and Smnn,

White,, WP; Loes (1-2);

Detroit'.- : ?01048 100 li IT 0

Chlcatro: t 100 102 301 8 14 li FranK "Dutch":' Walden (Med

4A Race "Hn Kitivet 4 Ffi.Fyna $275.00 Pel CUm J:20

QUINIELA '':-vr;:'?:-;' v

1 Jal Alftl A. Enrique 118 Nothing In months

2 Consentlda F. Hidalgo 118 n favorite distance
3 College Girl H. Gustines 97x Could go all the war

4 Soil to G. Sanches 110 Tougher group here

5 Papa Rorra G. Duarte 117x Should score now

6 Chanlto L. Gutierrez lllx Fastest at getaway t


5th Race "F" Nativn VA Ftf-Fane $275.00 F4 CUm 2:55

B. Baeza 110 Hard to catch here even
H. Gustines 96x Doesn't seem likely 30-1
- Fv Godoy lia Should be close up 3-1
J. Phillips 108 Poor recent efforts even

5 (Don Jaime J. G6ngora 109 Strong fmish in last even

6 El Pasb L GuUerrez HSx-Excluded from betting (frac-


2 Winsaba


4 (Filon

HoeIt,.Gromek (7) and Houser

Donovan, Howell i (5C, Martin

(6), Consuegra 7), LaPalme (9)
and Lollar, Moss (7); WP;Hoeft
(10-6) ;LPJ)onovan (4-4. HRs:
Kaline ll),.Kuenn (8),, Torge-
nt i. 11 in Tik4iiM

(4),: ; v , v :; s

New VorV at WMnlngW (N):
Cleveland at Kansas City : (N)

Juan franca ;Tips


1 Dawn Song . Must Be

6th Racr nH-2 ImMr-Vi F. Pun. $400.00 Peel Cletce 3:15


1- Lexden O. de' Le6n Wx-Nothing1 in months 10-t
2 Vedette A J. Phillips 112 Could surprise 8-1

3 Supersun G. Montero 105x Nothmg to indicate v. V 251
4 Suntonner H. Gustines 103x-Good early speed 31

5-Incalca w B. Baeza 106 will fight it out '3-2

6 Irish Profit. ': F. Alvarez 106 'Dangerous contender 2-1

7 Rio Negro G. Duarte 115x Form indicates Z-l

8 My Friend G. Vasquez 103x Not against these 15.1

7th Rct "H2" mporui6Vi Fft.ParM $400.00 PmI. CUtn 4:05


1 B. Blade G. Sanchez 117 Could go all the way
2 Fellac F. Hidalgo 108 Ingshot specialist
3 Amer.iMaid C. Navarro 112x Not with this rider
4 Fenix B. Baeza 108 Last was terrible
5 Gay Spot S. Carvajal 103x Should be close up
6 Jaqulmazo V. Castillo 118 Form indicates
7 Ocean Star A. Ycaza 115 Strong effort in last
8 (Kiosco O. Miranda 112X Apparently off form
9 (Amat A. Reyes R. 107x Last doesn't count







th Rice "C" Natives

, 7 Fft-PurM $275.00 PmI Ctt 4:40


1 D. Barbara V. Castillo 110 Not off recent races
2 Tivoll B. Aguirre 113 Should score at ease
3 Sherry Time A. Ycaza 113 Rates good chance
4 Mochito G. Visquez 108 Early speed only L
5 C. de Sapo R. Vasquez 115 Should be close up
6 Ebony F. Hidalgo 109 Usually dangerous
7 Guarari J. Phillips 112 Improved performer

DOWN FOR THE COUNT OF TEN James" Gist CB Co.)' after
beihg.floored In to the mat In a second round TKO by his,
opponent, last year's PAAF middleweight champion, Rudolph ?
Lester ("D" Co.) during Fort Kobbe's tinal elimination boxing
matches on Saturday evening,June 30 .The victory marks the
second year in a row that Lescer. will represent Kobbe In tha
PAAF tournament; (U.S. Army Photo by Pfc. Robert Stewart) 1



GomesToE Finish

Fort Kobbe's: 1955

tournament came to a rousing

end recently as a capacity cheer

ing crowd ruled Hangar No. 4 10
witness the Post's final elimina eliminations.,
tions., eliminations., Highlighting', the seven
feature' bouts were the scoring
of live consecutive. TKO's.
In, one of the evening's most

exciting slufests, powerhouse

t Dun

3 Black Bee
4 Paparrorra
5 Mimi .
Incalca '
7 Jaquhnaio
t Mr. Tlvoli

9 Don Cut

; Bos'un's. Mate

. -y.;: Pereque

Den Jaime- (e)

Bio Negro
Ocean Star
. Cara de Sapo


11 Panicus, Oro Purito

U REV1STA M18" ; ;

I 'Dawn Sonf
2 Don t..1
J Damimt"
4 i Pp Rons
5 MM
VWtn ..
7 Jqnim
t TiwH
10 Ohm RmI

Boi'an'i Mat
" i Black Bm
CelltH GiH


- Incaica

' u" .'Fran

Sharry Time
-h Don Cut

': Lava's Girdla

Co.) left no time for errors as
he TKO'ed hi opponent, WilUe
Harris ("F" Coo.) in 1:30 of the

first round Xo establish himself

as king of his weight category
in the Postt tourney.

True to form wast lasc year s

Ileht middleweight Panama A

rea Armed Forces champion Ru Rudolph
dolph Rudolph Lester ("D" Co.) who

TKO'ed Jamfe Gist "B" Co.) in

the second round after demon.

stratlng a flawless battery of

labs and uppercuts.

Other TKO s scored were m

the welterweight, mlddloweight
and unlimited heavyweight divi divisions
sions divisions as James Norris ("G" Co.)
Robert Thompson (544th M P.)

last year's winner of the Post's

sportsmanshio award and Ken

ny Yountt ("E" Co.) defeated

Everett Morris ("C" Co.). Clar

ence James ("B" Co.) and Bud

dy Riner ("G" Co.) respectively

in tne nvweient aivisinn ua-

ry pettis CB", Co.) won a unan

imous decision over Abranam

Pancanora ("E" Co.) in the eve

ning's "battle of exhaustion."

Panganora held his own point-

wise till bem? knockei aown

twice in the third round by., his

110 nound conqueror.

In. the only other bout o' the

evening, Uehtwelgnt Vernon

HU1 (8616th DU) scored a unan

imous decision over James Jor Jordan
dan Jordan ("G" Co.).

Unopposed in the bantam and
featherweight categories -were
Ell Castro-Diaz ("B" CO;) and
Jimmie Harris -("B" Co.). while
Nate l enard ("G" Co.) carnered
the light welterweight crown

Twxing fwhen his opponent Robert John

son ("D" Co.) iaiiea -to mate
weight. ' '

On conclusion of the bouts.

presentations of appropriate
trophies by CoL Frank D. Miller,
20th Infantry regimental com j

mander, were given to the: win-.

ners and, runners-ups -in each

respective weight group.Copping
the battalion trophy was First"

battalion with an aggregate to total
tal total of 29 noints. Runner-ups re

spectively were Second battalion
with 27 points and Post Separ

ate Units Witn J5 points,



She is. for ME
my blood
:;i:,says.:i:jf f
take heri'Js, V



9th Rat "fi" Impart' 7 Ft.PMii $450.00 PmI CUn 5:1 S


I I fr?




. Distributors

1 Don Cuto A, Ycaza

2 Riscal F. Alvarea
3 Andes G. Prescott
4 Greco G. Vasquez
5 Dona Beatrix B. Baeza

6 Fuerte ; L. Gutierrez
7 Arpegio J.' Jimenez
8 Heritor J-- Phillips

118 Should get up here
108 Dangerous this time
110 Not with this rider
101X Could pay off here
106 Usually close up .
102x Good'chance in mud
1 04 x Good recent races
110 Depends on start

. 3 2
4- 1
. 3-1
5- 1

10th Race "H.1" lmMrt47 Fft. Putt $400.00 PmI CImu 5:40

1Soft Note J. G6ngora 108 Showmg improvement 8-1

2 Onda Real G. Montero loox Could make it here Z-l

3 Oro Purito A. Vasquez 118 Galloped in last . : even

4 Panlcus ( A. Ycaza 115 wiu nght it out 2-1
5 L. Girdle G. Sanchez 110 Reportedly improved i .' 4.1
6 Mrs. Halligan B. Baeza 108 Dangerous this time 3-1

J'' ,. r ...

A wonderful Drraa OlMcdsrn lile, "THE MA!I III THE


: "The Mari Jn the Gray Flannel Suit" which
" opens on Wednesday at the BELLA VISTA
Theatre,, has that indefinable quality that
, touches a chord of understanding ir alL
While it Is a picture of a man in a gray flan-,
nel suit in midtwentieth century America,
It is also about the Rath family, the impact
of World War II, big business and the
. broadcasting industry an intriguing com-.

binatlon of story elements. -' :
This engrossing picture bears the stamp
of quality and with starring cast headrd by
Gregory Peck, Jennifer Jones and Fredilc
Marcn, It assures two hours of perfect en entertainment
tertainment entertainment to movie fans.
- Don't forget! "The Man in the Gray Flan Flannel
nel Flannel Suit" opens Wednesday at the BELLA.
VISTA Theatre. ...




Ytfi'ec.dng Jones
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Nagf af






' OK NOW Archie Moore, left, shakes hands with James Ji
(Parker in Toronto. The light-heavy leader lights the British
Empire heavyweight champion there, July 25.

by.-'; v:,'


NE"ORK (NXV-tou Jones,

who blazed 400 meters ia 45.2 sec-l

onds for a new world record in the

final Olympic Games tryouts, had
to be coaxed out for track and
iieid.'- t'' ; 1 ?

Dan O'Brien,. who. coaclied thin-

ly-clads 101 35 years at New Roch Rochet!?,
et!?, Rochet!?, NX, High, recalls first see seeing
ing seeing J4ing Jones, now an Army
private of A as sophemore tit a
gym suit.'' '-

"Louie was watching the track

squad workout "and I liked nisi

iooks. recollects O'Brien, who turn

ed out many remarkable athletes

in his long run in New Kochelle.

"So I asked him to come out He

wanted to be a sprinter, but I lm

mediately stretched him out to the

aunrter-raile. He was the nest

hieh school auarter-miler in the

New York metropolitan area as a
junior, won the state champion

ship a a senior, wnen ne am
In the Pan-American Games in
Mexico. City at an altitude of 7,000

feet 15 .months ago, the six-foot,
190-pound Jones ran 400 meters In
45.4. At the Los Angeles Memori Memorial
al Memorial Coliseum,' he demonstrated that
he's the peer of them all on any
level. j

Jonai kot clot track of O'Brien

while at Manhattan College, where
George Eastment, another maker
of the best prepared athletes ever

to matriculate there. -.

irriiidi" ONE LITTLE WORD after another and whatever

Charlev Dumas, iirsw ouuiw w us" -. jvVi,,oj
.CCuluyS of a hot foot or the unexpected "turn ohe h ad of

the house, that coacmng ifu"Hu ; ----- h

do withit. .i i". w ? l" w"r.;; trm;. ,hen 0be.

did." she explained, inereoy pwvuK --r -dience
is more imporUnt than men .talent. :-; -;

. .j ...k. raaiiin ltmnt Damas in

thla Ynace a yUr ago? igUo
IhaaTof athletics is widely respected, had him th"

.potential Olympic star, I was in &an, r

Ti, .h dnrint the same interview lempieton immw

" u i t.iinnii ha rornra-Drciuni

Trials, still a year W'.rJZiH.7iai .not-

Jierformances, wn iresnraen -ight
Man wasn't far wronr, was M7 ; ( (.

" AND YET THE BRIGHTEST 61 the younger stars, Dave
Sime who set three world records and equaled 1 one this i year
siiuc, wiiu o ,;.,. ,i .nnvonnp-nt. v ritH not make the

Team" The Duke sp inter f"rom thT JerSy" rtde'cl r the Hudson
Ked JttW innerjn botr. toe and 200 me-

ters. Two-footed runners are nmw i'"V'c : iV,

dnes and 11S3 the latter, tney come unz.ppcreu m wc
, SKS are rendered I physloally

the oiympics: Fortunately for SIme. he', only 19, and there

wlU be other Olympic opporturuues. (
it's nrobably just as well the Olympic people aren't count count-inf
inf count-inf on Nashua In the middle distance events, especially after

his dismal mowing in the Carter on satnraay. ; a sn u
richest horse In history and ha ran as U ha had his m ind on
other matters. "Maybe he just found out he can't take It with
?,a rr n'w.iii. .h. of Third Ave. Natural-

ly, the Giants want Red Schoendienst for second base, but if

worse tomes to worst, being ousinessrocn, ncj u ij u

what they can on tne caiuum acjniaits. :

TRAINER WALTER KELLY, who has been getting nothing
but seconds here lately, Is thinking of writing a book; ''Some ''Some-body
body ''Some-body Dowa Here Hates, Me." Until it, was explained to us tha,t
- na.,nl la nnrlohla TV mm rnfisseH It WAS A rCDOrter

for a scandal mag, too. Over the pant aix, years, the Hambie

Ionian at uosnen nas pnea up mwe mu uu,uvu u "v,"i
and Yonkers Raceway, which, picks up the tab, is looking for a
-,.. TH mncf nmlnnnc thinir AMnnt Buckv KflJriS Sltua-

tion in Detroit U that the playcrt are raUying to his support.

Tncy oia ie same ming iur r.tu nunc ui ouuui ""
not long ago and the next thin? the Redhead knew, he was an
ex-managr. '
. f 1 1
H. ri Dlcky) Martin's "Fifty Years of American Golf," an
authoritative and absorbing Tecord of the (sport, celebrates its
20th birthday this season. What the dear old London Times
likes best about Margaret (Wifli) Smith, the 19-year-old Michi Michi-gander
gander Michi-gander who has just won the British Women's Open, is that
"She neither smokes nor chews gum while she plays." Ted Wil Williams
liams Williams says he'll continue to play with the Red Sox "As long as
I m hrln Ihrm". . anil nriiiimahlv a lonr an Tom Ysu-kpv

maintains him in the luxury to which he has become accustom accustom-.ed,
.ed, accustom-.ed, -. : -f ;v:
AN AUSTRALIAN SCOUT HAS been on tour assembling an
army of cooks for the Olympic village where the teams of all
nations are to be quartered. American cooks for the American
squad,' French for French, Russian for the- Russian, etc. In
Italy 1200 cooks volunteered. Germany discouraged a similar
rush. Harrv Sperber, an Interpreter at the Nuernberg trials,
whose "Foreign Report" now enlightens TV minds, tells the

column that the kitchen generals must agree to stay in Austra-H

Jia lor two years alter the games. ... "The Aussles figure that's
the only way they can break even on them."

' v..-v-..;.,":.j;': T (XEA Telephoto)
SLI GCING ONE Adlai Stevepson is watching' the ball fly
thro-.iRh the air after he hit 'a line drive during a baseball
same st a prnlcin Bedford Village, N.Y. The event was spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the State and Westchester County Stevenson for
President Committees.

"I iusDected that' Louie would

hrat his own mark in the try-outs,'

a vi the 5-vear.old O'Brien, "and

in did he. Louie did 46:6 on the

New Rochelle High track warming

up just before he left for Califor-

nia, ana saia ne reu use iui
solid shot at the record. He's

fine boy whose father runs a cigar

store in New nocneue. . ,

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lv ."1
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.5 .... 1 :
.vi.w..;,,7.. w..... n.11(.n ,i,ibati- "w 4
1 feiK'PiyyPTi JOCKEY-lwiliie'cox and his mount Ginger Miss, sprawl on the Hazel
1 frtk track? Detroit as the field roars by in the third race. Spectators gasped, believing the
i K-.0? fillv. trampted.. Neither was injured, however, Cox coming back to ride in the feature. r.

YanUs Ar Good Pitching

As Last Jwo Big Deals Backfire



double-headers piling tip, Casey

Stengel is-frankly worried about

the Yankees' pitching. a

Not to mention their' hitting, .for
when Yogi Berra fell into a terrific
slump, about the only way the

erstwhile Bombers could score was

by swatting the ball out of sight.

Joe Collins hit one home, run and
Mickey Mantle two to sweep a
double-header with'. the Senators,
for example., 1 ;o

But the Yankee have been un

predictable since Manager Stengel
took over seven years ago, and no

doubt will muddle through.. Jt-acn
time the so-called experts are rea ready
dy ready to write them off, they bounce

back, like Happy Chandler,


' i Dog Editor

TLe stranger had been waiting

to be served at the store while

the owner and I discussed breed
characteristics. Far from growing
inpatient- at our conversation as

he well might have he had lis

At the outset,. Professor1 Stengel tcned with interest and then inter



Lon Jones

' 'O'Brien Is typical of the unsung
coach who gels youngsters at a
stape where it is so important to
put them on the right track. Hersch
el Smith, who brought out the first
7-foot high jumper, the 19 -year-old

frsr,nun, Charley Dumas, is an

other, Smith has been drilling fleet

and strong lads a Compton Junior
College for 29 years, made he

school famous in track and field.
O'Brien Is typical of the unsung

coach who gets youngsters af a

sUfe where it ft so important to

put them on the right "track.

Herschel Smith, who brought out

the first 7-foot high jumper, the
Vi year old freshman, Charley

Dumas, is another. Smith has been

drilling fleet and. strong lads at
Compton Junior College for 29
years, made the school famous in
track and-field. ; -'yjr,':

O'Brltn attracted considerable

attention in the. cast, in 1950, when
his mile relay team won, in. the
third, fastest time ; ever recorded
br a high school combination in

the Penn Relays. Hitting it up fori
New Rochelle High were, .in the;
order named, Jesse Arnelle, a, lad'
n a tied Davids,, Louis Jones 'and!

Dkk Yaffa.. : : :.

Arnelle went on to nlav end and

basketball for Penn State, : then!

joined the Fort, Wayne. Pistons .of!

professional DasKetoau. yaua ran
. . 1 .

aria piayea iunaaca wri rnnceion.

John Haipern, raie s micidiciis.

tance star, u a New Rochelle alum

nus.. So is Joel Landau,- a Harv

ard freshman who Is an excellent

sprinter and a 180-yard low hurd hurdler.
ler. hurdler. Seth Hicks won the New JfOrk
State High School high-jumping
ehamnionship at West Point this

year, He did -4 in a county -'meet
and is headed for Seton Hall, of

Soiith Orange, JiJ, r ,

Leu' Jones' yaungtr brother. Is a

bright half-mile prospect as : a

freshman at a. souuiern couege.
Mike : Midler,- Cornell soph, has
run a mile in 4j7. 'O'Brien prod

ucts take you way back. -

The trick is to get the kids out

and keep them interested," ; says
Dan O'Brien.. "I encouraged boys
by showing them a stopwatch' which
causht them a second or so faster

than they were. That fired them up
and they'd run the same way."

High school coaches like Dan

O'Brien set up..-, those record-

wrecking and equaling and other other-wiie
wiie other-wiie brilliant performances in the

final Olympic tryouts,

believed the American League
chamnions had four starters in

Whitev Ford. Tommy Byrne, Bob

Turley and Don Larsen. Five pro
misiiie farm hands had been trad

ed to the Senators for Insurance in

the person of Mickey McDermott

With the race underway, the
grilled Stengel found the Bronx
outfit reduced to three reliable
starters, only one- of whom Ford,

wat included in the first arati

Young Johnny Kucks and Tom
Stutdivant. a reformed third base

man, dropped out of the clouds, .to;

save what otherwise might have

been-i sorry situation. f ;

Bob, Grim strong-armed himself

back to something approaching nis
19M form and Slenecl rested his

ancient bones easier in the dug

out. wishfully thinking that he

finnlly had the required Big Four.
But Grim, just about to com

plete his second stickout start of

the season .against .Washington,
once more strained a tendon on

the inner side of the elbow.
... j

"Xrays were negative. Early
medical reports were that the
Queens bartender would miss ho

more than a single turn. But they
said the same thing after the
right-hander was sidelined for two

months-- from June u to Aug. in

Stengel Is hopeful that Tommy
Bvrne will pick up where he left
hff lsst fall and started at this

Urr.e a year ago. -Turlev
has lost his. fast oau

admits Stengel. "You can see that.
Tbty aren't fouling the, ball any

more." .

It is explained that Turley took
off 20 nounds in the spring. This

uonkened the former lirebalier

and he is still trying to get back

his strength, it is suspected.

Larsen continues to lack ambi

tion, or something., "He pitches
beautifully for four or five innings
and then bang!" elucidates Sten Stengel,
gel, Stengel, with no double or triple talk.
Ihe 01' Perfesser never held
McDermott in high regard. "All
I t l tk

you nave 10 ao is iook i uio
cord," he says. "Outside of one

yeir, he's been a .sou pucner, a ui ui-Ue,
Ue, ui-Ue, better or considerably worse,
Th Yankees now look back on

their last two big deals and wond wond-r
r wond-r ,if the brain, in the front office

hadn't had a couple oi meniai laps-

. Next
' Wednesday


She is for blood

. says
take het!'





jected his own question.

"Tell me' he said,' "are aR I-

nsh1 setters wanderers, or is
just my particular dog?"

i .

taf him far. At other time h

would be gone for a week or two,
either because he wax ifotainnit nr

because he ran into difficulties or

uisiances in getting home."
I went on to tell our new' friend'
that dogs wander much more than
bitches, and, except for the usual
seasons twice a year,-bitches are
much less trouble in this respect

since they stick orettv lnn t

home. 1 i





Will Net Slain-HarmUit le Hwmont ':'

end Animals wk Used as Direded

Cost less and Kills Futtar

than most high prtasurt bomb
' Al Mail (tail

tV X i ji in






.; "What's' the best way to handle

it'ine situation?- ne asked: -"My

aog is wonoenui witn the kids
and beautiful to look at, but we
certainly worry plenty when 4 he
takes off on these junkets 'arid
sometimes wonder If he'll ever get
heme again safely." 'i i

- "Not all red setters," I answer answered,
ed, answered, "but it is not uncommon to
find Irishmen and English setter?,
too, for that matter, 'feat travel
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beeji befriended. There they'll rc: ,,n1"'-but. lh 0"lv sl,rV
main for, a while and then comelnd or keeping a dog t

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5. by C. W. KILBEY

. THE STORY: Dan Ray of Pennsylvania and
fg 15-year-old son Jimmy are on their way to the

California gold fields, via

On a trip up the Chagres Kiver by small boat, Jim Jim-My
My Jim-My shoots, a monster-sized alligator. The group
KSches the village of Gatun where they receive "ho-

el" accommodations for
ontinuing their journey
i m
JIT J nfv sts "and had
.,.,Hwi in m th the Rav party

''andlhe family of the hut's owner. 'with people of all ages and pation pation-'One.'
'One.' pation-'One.' candle, thrust in the neck of alities, but none exejpt the Amer Amer-.
. Amer-. hnttle and hune from the center, icans seemed to be in any great

poleof the hut, plus the flicker
tog .glow oft he fire dimly uiumw
'n.tPd the motley gathering.
- -

' Then supper was served: alas he reported, "Senores, I ave
steaming plate of boiled pork, with for you de bes'. 'otel een Las Cru-

thwbi rn nf n aniain ISOmeminK
::: ....... K.,t
-Hire a nanana ill iudciiui.c
good, only when cooked) floating in
the -broth. Coconut v shell haves
iwAra used for cups in which to
erva strone black coffee, sweet
ened-with the juice from fresh.
'sdueezed sugar cane. Mosquitoes
idrbned around the heads of every everyone,;,
one,;, everyone,;, while big I and, little moths
cuipnt in the onen door to dash
themselves to destruction against
the flame of the candle, i i ;
! As soon as the meal was finish finished;
ed; finished; "the lew dishes were whisked
away by the native woman and
hpi1 Hirtv children, the hammocks!
were unsiung ior me eaiiy am am-ais;
ais; am-ais; and the late comers climbed!
comolainingly up the notched log

into tne smoay iair in uic mn. 4uie umsv n uv. in.,
.. 1 t J...'. tt 1 J.... M.n B..M frnm IhA

r All Were UreU UOIU UOIU Uajr
lournev? however, and soon all

- ilik.i,nAiil,..l m,J. th ivun nrt ItlPII

was jui cep "lZ ::Z
j..ui- Jon ffpunl nl i
bi alligator somewhere on the
river 1 ;-v-v

The camp was asur av uayuguvnanu.

a Burned Dreaiaasi .oi uoucu m
and coffeewas consumed, and the.
... . t i : I I
boats, were shoved off for the sec
ond day's journey up .tne unagres.
Beyond Gatun the river was nar nar-'
' nar-' rower, th water swifter, and it
was only by great exertion that
the boatmen were able to average
a mile's progress an hour, ..
That day and thff next", passed;
slowly but not monotonously. J he
travelers were continually ex exclaiming
claiming exclaiming at the sight of clusters
of -great orchids in the trees; a
shaggy sloth hanging by his long,
curved claws from a limb, Sound
asreo'p Ih the hot sun; strange and
gaudily-feathered birds; v h u g e
snakes swimming silently through

'' the river'a waters." or a deer or

wild pig crashing away from its
favorite drinking place on the riv riv-r'f
r'f riv-r'f "brink. '
The fourth' day found the party
passing the settlement of (Jorgona,
but- scant five miles from the
village of Las Cruces and the. end
of their bungo nae.
Trere as Santiaso explained in
hisiroken English, was where the;
hnaJLtrin necessarily ended in Dry
Season, which extended from late
December 'to the first of May, as
the-river -bevond Gorgona was
then too shallow for the bungos
Ar trail stretched from Gorgona
to Panama City, he stated, but it
waa'unpaved and impassable ex
.ent- rinrinff Drv Season.
RV mid-afternoon they reached
thesmuddy bank that served as a
landing place for those debas ing
afjas Cruces. Santiago scunHed
ashore to arrange for .sleeping
quarters while the others stacked
the ibaggage on the shore. v -Jimmv
and his father looked a-
round with interest, for Las Cru
ces was the largest village they
bad yet seen. The houses were
"King" Co tifif
' tfm km toag Hut
t inspired Iht ttotyl
12:40 2
24 4:38

Panama, in the year 1850.

the night to rest up before
to Panama City. ..
I mainly ; thatch-roofed huts, but
I there were a few larger buildings
. .-.. ji
were hotels or bars or both. The

,. j i. jj,iarv confinement. hn the

streets ana nouses were crowaea
"V"cu -""""
-erin nenoun? a Kiircessrui mission.
ces. ivu aiccu uiees uikui era
k. ,. .. ;
Shouldering some 7 of their lug-
ease, the boatmen bringing the re
mainder, they straggled after San
tiago. Rough sidewalks 01 split
logs skirted the fronts of the build buildings
ings buildings and kept their feet out of the
mud, but the street itself was un-
naved and pitted with holes of
muddy water. -1;, : '- fV.rr
Noise welled from the unscreen
ed doors and windows of the build
ings they passed:. Singing in Span Spanish
ish Spanish and English, voices raised in
argument or boisterous conversa conversation,
tion, conversation, even the jangling of an, out-
if .tuna niann.
Then from one cantlnav sounded!
the crash of overturned chairs, and

HU OKa Ui l" v... """.nftft ..J k.nn.n. ..l..
building's' door,, stopped, -peered "JH

nonnohv Amoririn a ereat black
beard covering his snarling face,
stalked out, smoking pistol still in
-Welcome to Las '.Cruces.'" be
..M ..l..i.ll Timmv init hia
emu aaiuuiuiiBuj u "j
father as be sheathed his weapon,
and walked oast them.
"Where's the sheriff ?,,VJimmy
excitedly demanded of his father.
-That man must nave jusc snui
snnmeone in there." V' ""
"There is no sheriff,' and there
is no law; here except a few sol.
diers," replied Mr. Ray. "I "have
heard that this town has organiz
ed bands of toughs and outlaws
that prey on travelers crossing the
Las Cruces Trail, so keep your
mouth shut and your eyes open
Thev reached their- lodging
place without 'further incident
and. as Santiago had promised,
found that the, room assigned to
them did have beds of a sort.
Stacking their luggage under and
around the beds to discourage
thieves,, Mr Ray and Jimmy re-4
gretfully realized that tneir asso-
nation with Santiago was enaea,
He was paid, with a generous tip
for a Job well done, and left with
a biff smile on his shining facet
words of thanks trailing behind
him like smoke from a passing
tram. j; i V-r v -.
Their fellow travelers. Smith
and Matlock; were also assigned
beds in the same large .room as
the Rays. It was soon decided that
Smith would remain to guard their
belongings while the others made
arrangements for mules to carry
them and their baggage over the
next lap of the journey. Inquiry of
the hotel owner revealed that
there were several corrals at the
edge of the village where mules
pould be rented, and off they stan
It was nearing sundown,.. and the
! Z J
1:15 -$:44
6:05 1
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Two Murderesses
Spend Anniversary
In Solitary,

D WIGHT. IH.. Julv 7 (UP
Two women prisoners spent to today
day today in solitary confinement at
the Illinois women' reformato
ry as they have done.; for 20
years to commemorate a mur
der they committed.
Mrs. Evelyn Smith, 66 and
Mrs. Blanche Dunkel. 64.. were
sentenced to 180 years In prison
xor Kinmg Ervm tang, Mrs.
Dunkel's son-in-law. Wnen sen
tencing the two. Cook count
'Jung Cornelius Harrington: or.l
ficrmi nam to wnmnn Tn aMMt
Vrsaries of the slaying In soli
tary confinement, where they
uiignt mecuiate on their crime.
ITU lft tref mnr avah.iI.J
than ever with people of many ja-
tmnaliriA Tft. .11
Hvuoutws. 1UC WU3U U1UVU 1U
lone' sabre-like knivei
their side called machetes.
With these they farmed, fought.
and chopped paths through the
otherwise impenetrable Jungle, as
circumstances demanded. Riding
norses ana muies were hitched at
the racks in front of shoos and
cantinas, but no wheeled vehicles
of any type were in evidence, for
no roaa mat would accommodate
a. wagon led from Las Cruces.
Arriving at the corrals, Mr. Ray
was. soon dickering for mules and
a muleteer or two. Half and hour
later the deal was completed, and
he had rented a riding mule for
each member of the party plus
five, baggage mules and a mule
teer to drive the latter. The cost
for the day's journey had been a-
greed upon as (16 for each riding
u P1" f
' The mules' owner assured Mr
Ray that his 1 mules, of the over
the best condition, and w.
aureai luuieu aim uiusi eyen lem-
pered of all.
"Maybe so," muttered Matlock
under his breath, "but I'd as soon
"!? goat as one o them runty
IllU tellers. ; v ; :
After a supper of venison stew.
boiled beans, roek-like ship's bis biscuit,
cuit, biscuit, and the inevitable black cof
fee, Jimmy and bis dad were soon
m bed. Smith and Matlock, how
ever, decided to drift through the
town to see what they could learn
from those returning ; from the
gold diggings at California, plus
any other items of interest that
might be picked np. u ;
Jimmy awoke about midnight
to hear the rumble of Smith's deep
voice, j
-"Yes, siree," he said, "everybo.
dy says there's plenty of gold com com-in'
in' com-in' back from Californy. The! ex
press company Is m akin a trip a-
bout every week from' Panama
City to here, the mules jist astag astag-aerin'
aerin' astag-aerin' under loads of Dure gold.
I heerd. too. that there's plenty of
road agenU workin' the TraU. Not
safe fer one or two tellers on tne
Trail, 'specially if they're acom-
in' from Panama City they v git
stuck un or shot too regular.
"Why. a big bunch o' bandits
at least 30 men so I heerd, jump jumped
ed jumped an express train a few weeks
back a'n' got clean away with over
a hundred thousand dollars in gold
dust and bars. We'd best keep a
sharp eye- out tomorrow or
somebody may stick w up Jer our
guns an' grub." :
"We should indeed," agreed Dan
Ray, "but you'd better get to bed
now or you won't be able to get
up, let alone keep your eyes open
on the Trail.' We start before day day-light,
light, day-light, you know
.Jimmy soon drifted' back to t
restless sleep, to dream of cruel cruel-eyed
eyed cruel-eyed men with bjg black beards.
And then he was snaaen awaae,
to dress hurriedly by the dim light
of a smoky kerosene lamp, gran
nil allotted load and join tne oth
ers for a quick breauasi in
dining room. ""'
Th muleteer had the small but
nturdv mules- tied to a hitchrack
in front of the hotel whert .the
patty emerged into the gray light
of pre-dawn.-! r. :':S'y
The baggage was distributed, ,a ,a-bout
bout ,a-bout 200 pounds to each mule, and
firmly packed in the woven bas baskets
kets baskets that hung on- each side of the
mules. They they swung onto their
riding mules and, headed out of
town -' '" .' 1 1
w'ell eiarulated Matlock. "I
CI IT A iinnn thin little critter dont
et an tired of m that I have toJ
carry him!'' .... -2 ....
- "No, senor," assured Juan, tne
muleteer, "theese fellows not beeg.
but they go all day where a horse
could not even follows. -----The
first quarter mile of the Las
Cruces TraU was through low and
swampy ground, then it climbed
a hill and the pavement of cobble cobblestones
stones cobblestones was not as slippery ; with
mH Timmv noted with interest
th.t the border on each side of
the trail was composed of stones
about the size of a 5-gallon jug, embedded in the .earth.
The bed of the trail itself was sur-j
faced wh more or ; uiui"
stones of varying sizes each
carefully laced by hand to form a
rough but firm surface over which
two-and four footed travelers
i.nuM nxa without mmng in mua.
1 'Thro trail has nulte a history."
Mr Ray informea Jimmy, as
their steeds moved sedately along.
"It was built over 200 years ago
by the early Spaniards, using In Indian
dian Indian slaves. '-then African slaves
were imported to finish it after
'the Indians had all been killed off.
The looted treasured oi ranama
and Peru passed over this trail,
to wind up in the coffers of the
,King of Spain. Henry, Morgan and
his pira( walked it when t h t y
i crossed the Isthmus 'to capture
'jnd sack the old towrf of Panama
J about 1670, and they came back o-



Over Year-Old Nomination

The Senate Judiciary Committee
yesterday urged confirmation of
Solicitor General Simon E. Sobe
loff as a federal judge. But a
two-man minority called his
nomination "repuenant"
Chairman James O. Eastland
(D-Miss.) and' Sen. OHn D
Johnson (D-SO said Sobe loff a
Baltimore attorney, is "totally
imontonro tMO' rn mrtar nann in
the area served by the fourth
elrenlt. Wnrth and Smith PftK.
ollna. Virginia, West Virginia
and Maryland. ; -The
majority report, however
said Sobeloff is "well-fitted for
the office. It added that "We
find no merit In the objections
raised against mm."
As customary, the majority re-1
port was not signed but repre
sented a maiorlty of the 15-man
committee. The group voted 9 to
2 to BDorove the nomination
eight days ago, but filed its re
port today.-
The minority views forecast
t possible Senate floor fight
by sonUiern Democrats against
the nomination, which was
sent to the Senate -nearly 4
year ago by Prea'dent Eisen Eisen-.
. Eisen-. bower. .;- -;;-.,;. -.-';.'' f- i
Seriate -leaders have not yet
indicated when the nomination
would be brought up for a. vote
Johnston told : reporters last
week he would speak at length
against the nomination, though
he shied away from the word
"filibuster. ; 1
The majority report sV.d em
inent witnesses vowed for Sobel Sobeloff
off Sobeloff 'a "integrity as a man, ability
as a lawyer, his Impartial de demeanor
meanor demeanor as a judee and his fit fitness
ness fitness for the Dost." ;
Many southerners oddos Sob
eloff because he successfully ar-
euea tne eovernment s case he
fore the Supreme Court m the
nisioric acnooi segregauon case
in 1954. -. ;
Eastland and Johnston said
the nomination of Sobeloff to
the -fourth circuit' court
bad I
"the inevitable consequence of
lowering uie oigqity oi tnat
court in the minds of the neonle
wno wui ee ao adversely affect
ed oy tne views and phllosoph
of this nominee." u i ; j
They said Sobeloff had nnblitv
ly praised the Supreme Court de
cision flit Krhnnl mmtrreamiinn hid
said the McCarran-Walter' 1m-
migration Act goes far beyond
tne needs of securitv nt eennn.
mic protection, and had refused

to sign the government's brief mm-. i. ; -in
ft Supreme Court case on the't Instantly its big wedge-shaped
right to confront accusers. .. head was up and weaving, then

The majority report said Sob-
eloff made ft "restrained and
reasonable- argument in thu
scnoot case, disagreeing with
those who wanted schools inte integrated
grated integrated "forthwith." aid: some
souwern newspapers called him
we voice or moderatlon.''
ver it with mule loads of gold and
jewels plus about 600 caotivea
Ik- .1. L.l
uii mey neia ior ransom." v., i
"Where'd vou learn all t fc t
Dad?" Jimmy, inquired.
"Oh. I was talkina with a fellow
on the ship coming down to Cha Cha-gres.
gres. Cha-gres. He had been- a professor of
nisiory, or something, and he was
well read as to past events in this
part f the world," replied Mr.
Jimmy looked at the rackv trail
ana inougnt of the many slaves
who had died to build it. It was
easy to understand how the build building
ing building of it could kill a man, for the
jungle pressed right to the. trail's
cage, a soud mass of vines, brush
ana trees, most oi which were
armed with thorns of some kind.
The black palm tree was esoeciaL
ly well armed wilh long poison
ous morns mat prose on in a man's
uesn ana causea testenng sores
lt B mm..
and often resulted in death, so he
had been told. The tops of the tow
ering jungle trees rustled in a
cool breeze, but down here in the
heart of the jungle not a breath
of air stirred and the heat and
humidity caused one to. run with
perspiration at the least exertion.
Jimmy bad expected to see mon
keys, parrots. and other ninele
denizens, but so far he had seen
only a lew small birds as they flit-
tea across the frail. He could see
that animals did make use of the
trfcU, however, for the narrow mud
dy paths that joined the Cruces
Trail at infrequent intervals were
maraea with tne paw or hoof
prints of deer, wild pig, and once
or twice he even saw the Pad
marks of the king of the Pana
ma bush the jaeuar. known to
tne natives as el tigre grande, or
ine great uger. -v.:
He asked Juan, the muleteer.
about this and was told that manv
animals lived in the heavy jungle
but that, most of them came on
only tb night, to feed, drink, or
hunt.-.- ', -i:-.. '.'-v'f--
Jimmy was ndinc at the head
of the little column by this time.
As. the mule carrying him round
ed a snarp -bend in the trail, it
suddenly gave a great snort,
seemed tot leap straight backward,
amd stood there quivering with
fright -.
Ahead a snake Jay in the trail,
sunbathing where a rift in the
heavy foliage permitted sunlight
to -reach the jungle floor. It was
a snake such as Jimmy had nev
er seen, its body having a pecu pecu-la
la pecu-la triangular shape, marked
with almost black blotches on a
dull brown background, and he
noted that the scales down the

Sen ate

Amador's Henderson Attains
LSI! Degree In Only 16 Weeks

; You too can get i college de degree.
gree. degree. i.
This was, recently proven when
Chief warrant Officer James A
Henderson," officer In charge of
classified records of AO, Fort
Amador, received 15 credits in 16
weeks of schooling from Loui Louisiana
siana Louisiana State University courses.
He is now in the final stages of
getting Ms degree.
During the 16 weeks,-Henderson
attended three-hour classes
five nights a week, at Fort Da
vis, Clayton and Kobbe.
He took courses .in cultural
geography, anthropology, clima
tology, physical geography and
an advanced discussion leaders
To eet his deeree. Henderson
nas to receive rune more semes
ter credit hours. As of now he
has approximately 119 credit
hours of the 128 hours needed
for the degree. j ;
lsu oners six courses here at
a time; however, Henderson will
have to wait a while before get getting
ting getting his degree. Of tru courses
beintf; offered presently, he is
only enrolled In one because he
has taken "the ntViei fta unnrui
offered.. ; ; r ;
He 1 nrceenflv enrnlleH n ihm
vnvi.MT .aa,wawvB S aikav
psychology of adjustment course
heinir 1en at. Vnrt Wnhha
soon as they offer courses I
haven't taken, ill get my de degree,
gree, degree, Henderson stated. v
Of the 119 credits already ac accumulated,
cumulated, accumulated, not all were otten
through LSU. While stationed at
ridged back were as 'rouehaathe
teem oi a saw.
f"Whafa the matter'" Jimmvr'
asked Mr. Rav. who ro-'.irt not aee
around the bend. "Letlgo, you're
blocking the wayl"
"There's a big snake ahead of
me, right in the path," gulped
Jimmy. "What Shall 1 do,, shoot
, VHI ,"
- Juan had come trotting' forward
n foot to learn what had caused
tne lP- cautiously be rounded
int nend to where he could see
tne make and where it could see
'V "an alowly. to flow towards
the kittle, man, black forked
tongue fhekung in and out of its
grim lips.
"Senor." beeeed Juan.' "shoot
the snaka but queek! Es un maloj
a bad one." And so saying, he
turned and ran a few feet back a a-long
long a-long the trail out of harm's way.
Jimmy had a.32-cilibre pistol
swinging at his belt, and be now
dropped off the mule's back, took
caretui aim at the approaching ser serpent
pent serpent and fired. It was a small
target and a moving,, one, thus
the first shot was a clean miss as
evidenced by the fact that the
snake lifted its ugly head a full
two feet above the trail and seem
ed to come forward with the
speed of an arrow, :
Everything was so quiet that
Jimmy could hear the dry rustle
of the snake's belly scales as they
gripped on the paving stones 1 to
hurl the snake even faster to towards
wards towards him. v
Twice more he fired end scor scored
ed scored a hit The snake's head drop dropped,
ped, dropped, and it lay still a moment as
though, considering whether or not
to press the fight, then it came
forward but at a slower pace.
Mr. Ray had leaped from his
mule at the first shot from Jim
my. Nwo he entered the frav. his
heavy rifle roarins over Jimmy's
shoulder' to dissolve the snake's
neao into oioooy fragments.
Jimmy had been cool and col-
lectea unaer me pressure of the
snake's charge but now bis knees
were quivering with the after ef effects
fects effects of the excitement, v v
"Thanks, Dad, for the g o o d
shot," he said. "I couldn't seem
to hit it square, it was coming too
"You're certainly welcome, son,"
smiled Mr.. Ray.
They all moved forward to see
the snake, as it lay still writhing
and twisting on the trail. Juan,
now that the danger was past.
Came importantly forward to de
liver a short lecture on natural
history. ...
Thees ees wat los Americanos
call 'bushmaster," he told them.
Eet ees onlee snake een Panama
that weel try to breeng the fight
to a man. isusnmasters Juan has
seen more than ten feet long. One
bite an a mule die pronto a man
even queeker."
This fellow is no baby." said
Mr.- Ray. "It must be at least
eight feet long. But let's get if off
we trau ana get moving or we II
never make 'Panama City today."
As they continued their journey
they met other parties at infre infrequent
quent infrequent intervals com ine from Pa
nama City. The Spaniards had o-
....... ,t !t.:i:. i
vcicuiiie wis pussiuuiiy on in
narrow trad by -making U-shap
diversions that red off the trail in
a loop and then re-entered the
trad from 20 to 40 yards farther
on, inus permuting one mule tram
to pass another tbat was pulled
into a siding, as it were., which
party pulled off depended on
which side of the trail the diver-j
sion had been dug.
Finally they reached what was,

Fo res een

FOrt Bennino' tlo 1 ha tnnV
coursea at the University of
vi i i rcLuraing irom
Okinawa ripff. Korea, in Decern-
ear. a VTvt.. i i. m
wg uuivc in- oi ueorfiria.
known as halfway House. Instead
OI a lairUT comfortable inn
- j ---f
nn.gnt have been expected on such
OUS.V highway. HjJwav Hn.iae
t 01 to be but a crude sweW
WHO B S1UDT.P l-incil
ana ine usual 1. it: bt saplings
lashed to a framt (t, mak ba.a
and side walls. ; a . i .-
Food and drinKwtre sold over
ruusn couoier f j:;Uding across
me. wm oi the x. m.iej
tito the; Ray -parti, had brought
men- luncn irom ti. notel in Las
Cruces, no pause as made at
this uninviting spot, and they din dined
ed dined as they rode.
About an hour Jater Juan came
running forward to inform Mr.
Ray that a party of mounted men
was at the rear and w- ited to
pass. He said that a diversion on
the right side of the traifeviWas
but -a short distance jty.. land
that they should pui; .jf7 ; Jt to
permit ths faster-movf i)up to
pass. f,'.l:..:
When the Ray party were all
sidetracked into the diversion., the
other travelers passed with a
great cutter of shod horses's hoofs
on. stone, jangling of equipment.
and weapons, and squeaking : of
sauuie learner, jimmv and the
othera could look over the-- low
bank that divided the ; divenion
rvom tne mam trail and see the
heads and shoulders of the pass passing
ing passing horsemen.
. -.; '-.
- First in the column waa the
blackhearted Anrerican who had
so vividly impressed himself on
the memcry of Jimmy and 'his
father at Las Cruces. He looked
at the Ray party with hist hard
eyes and threw them a mocking
aaiuie. ine men wno louowed him
were evidently of several nationa nationalities
lities nationalities and varying colors. E; a c h
took one furtive look at the tfaces
of the Ray party and then gazed
stolidly ahead. They -were a rough rough-looking
looking rough-looking bunch, and all heaved a
sigh of relief when the noise of
their passage died m the distance
"Nice, friendlv bunch- of fel
lers,", said smith. "Bet they'd
scalp a man fer a two-bit piece.''
"I counted thirty men." a a id
Mr, Ray.. "I hope they don't de
cide to amousn us ahead. We d
not have a change."
"ITT sorts ride ahead and scout
the trail,'! volunteered Matloc
"If you hear-me shoot er holler,
git ready fer action."
(And ao, with an outrider ahead,
tine, party moved forward very
slowly and cautiously, until about
a o ciock wnen Juan trotted for-
ward to inform Mr. Rav that thev
would soon pass the point where
the Gorgona Trail coverged with
the trail .on which they rode; Near
there, e stated, was where a big
express train carrying gold from
California had been attacked by
oanaits a lew weeks earlier.
As the' rounded a bend a few
minutes later. Matlock was found
sitting very quietly in his saddle
and. peering intently into the hea heavy
vy heavy jungle that surrounded them.
"What is it?" questioned Mr.
Ray. ;;.
"Them fellers split up h e r e
and took, to the brush," answered
Matlock, pointing to where hoof-
prints led off to either side of the
trail. !'Ifs pretty thict in here,
buv I guess them bushwhackers
are used to it. I wonder what
they're up to.".:
Mr. Ray turned to Juan and
asked '."What do you think, Juan,
should we wait here for 'a while
or go on? What's up ahead?"
Juan replied promptly, "W a 1 1.
senor. Ahead ees a place where
bush not so theeck by trail. Juan
theenk theese men- set trap. Juan
do not uieenk trap ees for ui out
ees better not to walk een & rap
and spreeng ee." 4
"What do you men want do do,"
asked Mr. Ray of Matlock 'and
Smith, f'wait here or so for-
' I ve did some scouting In my
day," replied Matlock. "I ll jest
slip into the brush here and see
what can see. Don't move for-
ward until I come back."
Quietly he disappeared into the
undergrowth along the track oil


I n troducfo ry Skit Fools

Students At
If it's realism vou want thev
"ve roi, H at tne U5AKCARIB
The Military Police division
the most heavily attended at the
Latin American School, presents
sin, 10 uentrai ana South
American student officers and
enlisted men which, more often
than not. results In' near mnv
!i A case in nnint. va'i th re
cently completed military police
course wnich Involved 43 stu
dents irom a half-dozen i Latin
American countries.
,, The .'"script" reads something
like this: ;
(Judo instructor -notices two
men, who apparently have been
"drinking -heavily,- creatine -a
disturbance in the class area).
' Assistant Instructor; (Addressing-
the class) "Excuse me, gen gentlemen,
tlemen, gentlemen, while I take care of this
matter.".-.. v .- j
(Chief instructor enters class classroom
room classroom and asks what the trouble
assist- instructor: tin- sup suppressed
pressed suppressed voice,- but loud enough
for the class to hear) "There are
two 'characters' over there
drinking beer and playing- cards.
oea mem u) leave, but they
gave me hard time.r VA.
Chief Instructor:. "ni.J take
care of them. You go upstairs
ua get captain Matos.
iwuer instructor then ap approaches
proaches approaches table, removes beer
cans, ana returns tor cards);
agitator: (S t a n d i n nni
"Whatcha think you're Soin'
wiin mem cards, Sarg, and put
that beer back where you got
It.' '. -'v. '., i ... ..
Ch'rf Instructor: f (Noticing
nTi. rw 1,1M,xicaiea, says)
nuHl tne matter wu.h vn
two. can't you see we're trying
to five ft class, here. New, pick
wia, jruur cras ana get out of
the-mounted men who had taken
me runt side of the trail Th.
ainers aismounted while awaiting
hia return, both to rest themselves
and the mules, ?
'- Less than half an hour later
Mauoc reappeared, herding ahead
of hiw at gun's point a young Lat
in coy. : '!:. -.c:n
"Got their horse guard," he said
with satisfaction. "This vnnn fel
ler was asittin' there 1 o o k i n'
Biraigm aneaa, ana 1 naa hima hima-fore
fore hima-fore he -nowed I was, anywhere
near. -The horses were tied about
a quarter mile ahead and just off
me irau, out l cut them loose aft
er I ketcbed Buster here. I kain't
understand what the feller says,
but maybe Juan can." t.
"Ask him who the men are up
aneaa oi us.'juan, ana What they
are doing," requested Mr, Ray.
There was a brief question and
answer session in rapid fire
Spanish, then : Juan reported.
"These men are bandidos. trail
robbers. The chief ees an Ameri
cano called Ace Gordon, an horn
bre weeth the beeg black whees-
ker on the face. They plan to rob
a mule tram that comes from Pa Panama
nama Panama Ceety weeth plenty goIdA
' "Just as we feared," said Mr.
Ray. "Guess I'd better scout the
other side, of the trail so that
we'll know what is going on there,
tOO." -.
. "N6 said Hugh Smith, "you've
got the '.oy to worry about. r I'll
mosey along and take- a look-see
ana come ngnt dsck." Ana, so
saying, he looked to the priming
of his heavy rifle and slid into the
jungle. ... r

S!CN3 OF FRIENDSHIP-1- retired streetcar conductor is
' well started on a full-time career of being a friend of He 's
Charles A. Roe of Cleveland. Ohio,' who hangs large plastic
' signs in front of his home. They cost him nine dollars apiece
'- plus 20 cents a letter. Roe. whose signs range from invitations
and directions to the nearest church to timely, reminders and
" maxims on life, has hsd many a passerby stop in for a friendly
rchat He started with a "Season's Greeting" kign last Kovem-
ber and now has six.'with mora in the planning stage. Some
fcc them are pictured above5,

sfcry en -pegs 8

Carib School
here m take care of you two
later. 1 .. ;
(During' the eourse of the
conversation, Sfc Carlos Cabrera
noticed the students beginning
to tense-up and edging forward
in their chairs. After a pause h
continued with his narrative)
Chief Instructor: "I'm not go going
ing going to tell you again. I said to
move out of.....," --
(At that instant, one of the
trouble-makers hits the In Instructor
structor Instructor and the other grabs
nim from behind with a
near nng using the attack attacker
er attacker on his back as a fulcrum. Set,
Cabrera knocks the other to
the floor and proceed, to flip
the second man over his shoul shoulder.)
der.) shoulder.) u "This 1 the point where we
have i to be careful," the Puerto
Rlcan instructor mused. "In the
last class," he. recalled, "one of
wie siuoents picked up a, chair,
rushed forward, and was about!
to break It over the head of one
of .?nr. "trouble makers .when I
noticed him v
'Th-ere are lots" of oh's and
??' Jor?e Matos,
M.P. division instructor. ex explained,
plained, explained, when we tell them it
was all an act." "One thing for
sure, he concluded "the .to
sure drives home the value of
unarmed, defense t
Unarmed defense, a variation
of Judo,, is taught to all Latin
American students attending the
'.M'nr Police course"
The introductory skit," a divi division
sion division instructor proudly pointed
out,, ."fools the students every
uiey tmnk it's ihe real
BRANDED A four-foot-tell
emperor penguin proudly
shows off the "USCQ" painted
on its feathers at Writm
Sound in the Antarctic. There's '
j. uwiger oi popping off the
buttons on bis vest they're
painted on, too. The penguin penguin-was
was penguin-was recruited as a mascot by
crewmen of tho Coast Guard
icebreaker .. Eastwind, which
was unloading supplies during
Operation Deepfreeze.

& 'fr "5

& & & -fr

! iSr




, u lit poMibi
circles abov so

CC n t dy meet omi
O of xrc4 art purely 4 M
mta, tMa( Setter wm cf rtti
y Irsei tAn
Soma eoJ calculations thai
may enaJca o "funat," tut
rJtvefy, erf srwteitied at let
to placr U hekmarka in th
that thara ar two (and only
two) check la each herinoatal.
vertical and eoraer-to-orner row.
Can yo do It?
t. Shown at left la as outlln
drawing of an envelope. Can you
mak thle drawing with ona eon.
Unuaua Una without retracing
your path at any point or lifting
your panel from tha paper?


i v

'I. I


. o

3. How quickly can you draw
six straight linM across tha dia-

gram abov that will acparatt
aach of tha IS dot Into Ha own
compartment? Lines drawn mutt
reach to parallel sides.

. a. It's powibla to divide tha
circle provided above Into four
equal parta by drawing., thraa
curved Una of equal length.: All
three line begin and an at th
' earn respectlva nointn,,

i. Beginning at ona ot tha
heuMi above, draw four straight
!Unearthat will take you to all
nine, (The lint are actually one
eoatinuoua tine with angl'ae). So Solutions
lutions Solutions given elffwhere Jn page.

Suspended in Slow Motion mGIC 0 HUNDRED
r i.-. , fia magib number for today." the profei

Emu CWKtAW '

T3 magio number for today." aald tha profei profei-or,
or, profei-or, in 100. Eera ara two problamt in which
thia numbtf Cguria. Can you Bgure them out?"
1. Tn are Ire eoaaeeativa anmbera that add
ap axaetiy lf. vTha r they? : I- i
t. fThat to kmo number that iddeT tWf.
traeta from Itaelf. multiplied y tteelf and divided
y ttaelf tatKto gMfi ''V-
It t IT tt eJi aaquna ainnaeiaoa 1X t iwui




APART! stunt
which teata
one's reitac action
eonsiiU of bar baring
ing baring two peraona
aund on opposite
aidea of a large
table,' A coin,
feather or other
small object is
placed to the
; center.
. When a third
, person, acting as
referee, calls
-Go!" the two
players sea who
"can grasp the
coin first Then
tha stunt I re
' peated for a pre prearranged
arranged prearranged number
of rounds. Nor
mally. that per person
son person with the best
coordination will
be the winner.
. Another, con-
test to see how

quick you are Is this: Two contestants face each
; other, A pencil Is placed In one player's open palm.
The other player holds his hand, palm downward,
about six Inches away. At tha word "Go," tha latter
e player Attempts to grasp the pencil before his op-,
s, ponent can withdraw his hand.
, There are many other competitions of almilar na nature
ture nature which provide relatively vigorous amusement
without wrecking the house.


P 113 dainty
ballerina per performs
forms performs in many
costumes. One of
her favorites is
shown at right
How quickly can
you help her
change? Color
tha doll first, to together
gether together with her
crown and gown.
Then pasta doll
to heavy paper or
thin cardboard
and eut out com com-ponents.
ponents. com-ponents. (Cut
along heavy out outlines.)
lines.) outlines.) Fasten dress to
ballerina's figure
by bending tabs
about her.
Slit along
dotted lines of
crown and slide
headpiece atop
doll's head.

Who Is Who?

rr,AKB your time about completing this picture,
1 for tha creature whose igure Is outlined to dots
Isn't likely to hurry away.
What creator is it? Perhaps you've already
guessed, but an easy way to and out is to draw
connecting lines from dot 1 to dot 19 respectively.
Where two numbers arc close to on dot nsa tha dot
for both.-.

Afterwtras, you may wish to add colors. T J
Going Places r In Your Head
IT TOU are-atm searching for a place to visit on
your vacation this summer, perhaps this outs will
stimulate your imagination. Can you select the city ;
in or near which tha following points of Interest lis ?
1. Tho Alamo
a. San Antonio, b. Hot Bpriagn, s. Warm Springs.
sun lik

' a. Philadelphia..'' b, Dettoit c San Iranclsoo."
g. Independeno Sail
a. Indenendanea, Mo. b, Phuadalphia. a. Boston,
i. Golden Cnan
a. Reno, b, San Francisoo. Miami. ' "s ..,

" 1 a. Hot Springs, b. Warm Springs. Kew Tork.
f. Oardem of the Oods
a. Pahn Beach, b. Colorado f prlngs. e. Pasadena.
: T. lAokoat Mean tain
a. Las Vegas, b. Chattanooga, c -Portland.
g. Diamond Head
a. Manila, b. Honolulu. Brooklyn.

f. Meant Vernon
' Washington, D. C Jefferson City. Adams.
stx KomM. S ntmeil t ot
ttlJ03 opiioot -f -osetauwj

FANCX yourself s detective? If
So, given the facts, ym Should
be able to make deductions with r
or without a crime, Let's see see-Mr.
Mr. see-Mr. Stanton, Mr. David and
Mr. Louis oach have a son whose
nrst nam in the same as his last
name. The sons are all profes professionals,
sionals, professionals, one I a college profe.
sor, on a dentist and one an ea
ginser. From tha following facts
see If you eaa determine the full
nam of Mch son.
J. Sfr.TOatid'i sen plays bridg
svtth the dentist oeoastonally,
: ; J. Th professor and Mr. Stan-'
.ton Uv to Boston.- r

5. Mr. Davtd uvea mux way e
'tween Boston and Minneapolis.
4. Tho ongineer lives half way
between Mr David and th
. aVThe dentist live in Min Min-.
. Min-. neapolia. .
6. Th man who lives' nearest
to th engineer It a year older
-than th engineer' father and
this mam's son weenUjr lhad
-, tooth tUd by th dentist. r
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-npmRTJEEN is, lucky m this
rbm.'. Tou flgur your way
, out of It correctly oqly when the
collective total of the number
V passed tat traveling from tho cen center,
ter, center, X, to th axit at th bottom
is the minimum possible total.
,That is, thirtoan.
; Can you get put with that total


Helping Yourself ;


MEMBERS of an archeological expedition dug up
nine segments of an ancient anchor t chain.
Wishing to restore It to one piece they took seg segments
ments segments to a blacksmith. After carefully atudying the
rusted links, and mentally pondering th problem,
be began to work. It required tha smithy nv mln
utes to open a link and 10 minutes to weld a link
together again.. What was the least time In which
he could complete the lob of Joining th nine seg.
ments into one chain of 60 linka? r v
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Ot teiiniia ev-xnoj pa jnoq mm o jejoi efai imam
untt-i mi mail 1 ,a .nnitU lliniWllftJ iTUklM mill

pijt 0) winaiui oi unbi ueqi pi no i f)naiu ft w
pinom eM m udm (ui anoj pn aiin Sarutnuos
etutuiSM OJki jo tsau eq) lie axlo pinoa h
Just Let Your Imagination Go

without having to retrace any
part of youf route?. See If you
can fegur your way out In lees
than five minute.
Remember, number along th
rout you take must add up to
exactly thirteen. ...
If thirteen' your lucky number
you may make it first try.

- pt pop iuo,:j
irtie iqvnoj pn pjq tJtoi q;u
sqijg pu pooaoe Mf isum quno;
qjjy pu pooaoe imoi pjqj
!lip hmuoj p pjiO :moj puo
w poe )u :mai dot
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BRItr RSrOBTB on select nto
book o tfttereet to horn,
crotsmen. aobbyists and eollee eollee-tort.
tort. eollee-tort. Selected by-CXarh Clntioird.
Cooking with th Chinese Fla Flavor,
vor, Flavor, by Tsuifeng Lin and Halang-
ju Lin (PrenUce-Hall 186 pages:
$3.95). Over ISO recipes that can
be prepared In th home with
common American comestibles,
plus th how-to-do it of some 40
challenging epicurean specials for
those -who have access to a
.Chines grocery. Th authors are
tha kin folk of th Americanised
Chines philosopher, Lin Tutang.
Drawings by Siu Lan Loh,
Fan and Game, by Margaret
E. Mulao (Harper, 829 pages:

$3.95). A virtual cyclopedia of
Ideas and plans for entertain entertainments
ments entertainments and competitive diveratuns
of all kinds for parties, bazaars,
picnics, summer camps, etc. A
, handy guide book to be consulted
la preparation for any pleasant
occasion. It Includes th muslo
, for ong and danoea.
. Make-It-Vouraeu1 Fnrnltura, by

Jeffrey H. uvuigstone (Mcoraw- vjtAQIKB three horizontal lines an Inch apart, with
; Hill, 10 pagea: S4.50). J on directly under another. Then Imagine three
plana and. Instructions for the VirtiCiJ m,,, ttcB tptrtf each cutting all
horn craftsman in making jrir- e( horizontal lines. How many squares do
tually every item of furnishing ttMt toM formr
required In the home. ; turnoe jnoi in auoi eeuii U
Just Insert Missing Letters to Make Words

teats are posed
In these disgrsms
(rlghtj. Time
limit: thro min minute
ute minute each.
Object, of
' course, is to fill
in' th missing
To begin, copy
all of th let-
: ters now show
. tag in the empty

blocks directly
below them. That
Is to say, each up
and down row Is
to contain th
same respective
letter. ...
In the upper
left hand dia diagram,
gram, diagram, for lAr
stance, an I is to
be Inserted in
each of th four
' blanks below, a T
In ach of th

three blanks beneath

1 Itl'lTj IkFI 1 jAj ID jsH
' ''y '' I, I, i
, v
' ... ... .. ";
W "" h- th-
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'. J I I I r I t 1
1 oj iwi IgT I jEl a iT1
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It. and so forth.

Then, to ascertain th missing letters, a

system of trial and error insertion la em employed
ployed employed in an effort to form abort horizon horizontal
tal horizontal words. From these shorter words, if

T) gOLf (hit wit tatter, pro- v
Med Miss aroatioori pus-

J, tcino mtmMrs tasf M o
letter or ikt amstMrev IiMert a
inte digit sc squar. Tft
trick is to annoer that w
uacttoa across and down:
1. Three and four make seven,
two and two make four; Put
them aO together, and you'll
j. Police warning to young
' drivers: "Don't drive too far and
woo fast What slipped?
4. Total wealth in blanks:
"Buddy, can you spar ." "Not
for tribute."
8. Half a quartot.
a. A for th money, a
for the show, a to get ready,
and go, cat, go."
T. Add 10 to th number of th
month in which you were born.
Multiply the sum by S, subtract
60, divide by B, subtract the num number
ber number of th month, and add 82.
g. Average lit span of th
modern American dog.
. Para: "Bprtof It iwf or
It tafcas car."
10. Puzzle: If his and hers
uer theirs, theirs would be thrie
his and twlc hers, What hav
U. Sab Euth's reord for
1 horn run la professional base baseball
ball baseball in en season is AS, 4, 68,
or 60?
. li Th Koman pd Janus, sug-

wivm u rTLidi bb nun wiin wisaom worn wc mux n

corrKt, may be deduced the missing 1st
tors of th longer key words.
On possible set of answer Is given
balow. v-
nntjRMj q) )mih ntI P ets
-Men ts 'eseurioj ipjos eqj, iuiav

It's Your Move

geets what number? -
18. The number J a physician
often asks you to say during a
chest examination.
X. Third and final date in 1956
when superstitious people avoid
black eats, mirrors, and ladders
on Friday.
3. A preposition as wall a a
noun or an adjective.
8. Rattlesnake. Tennis pU.
Uph: bad ttv; young
; 4. A Poor lUehard'a provrt:
dy is worth tomorrows,
. When work resume en
Arrajstico Day.
T. Eiffhty chains is th qulva qulva-lent
lent qulva-lent of how many rods?,
, t. Produet of two unlackjr
numbers. ?
IS. KidJen in th last name of
recent Academy Award aetor.
-tr 'MT-t t"-t
rt "T-t ve 'tti-i--?. -tt
t u 'rt-it e-rtTn- 'Pf-t r -i t i-t
't-t tl-v I t 'Ul-eeowV ea.f

By lujen STufer
1 In 'what pise was Rachel's
voice heard weeping for her
. children? Mat, 8:18)
, t-Opposit of feasts.
loSnara, f
14 Joseph, an henourabl coun counsellor,
sellor, counsellor, was from what place?
' tMarkl5;
It Blood: comb. form.
It Dyeing apparatus.
l-.prman road.
80 Vuih what shall the fcsrnt of
the obedient b nlladT (Pr.
8:10) -M
In addition.
21 How many parts ot tho Isral.
itra were to dwell in cities
' other than Jerusalem? (Neb,
3 Male sheep.
2S Blossomed, as malz.
38 deceived a portion.
It Numbers taobr.)
8 Mother.
8t Upon what city was wo pro pro-.
. pro-. nnuneed? (Isa. 8f:l
87 SUver coinfc
t J'oot-lik organ.
40 Kabiut plant form.
41 The word of whom was bo bo-lirved
lirved bo-lirved by th disciples? (John
' 2 22 ::: . v ,..
41 Continuous loud noises.
41 I Kclamauons. :
44-C wiar in French.
I-ivion of an extended poem.
4 f vmbol for seon, r
47 liie heart,. v
' 4 Cicur,-
lold over; .
84 One of th plaee whose in inhabitant
habitant inhabitant aUip leased Hrod
; (Acta 120)

book of th

85 Pithy saying.
87-Son ot Judah (Gen, 40:12)
63 Samoan seaport
63 Prest
65 Aromatlo seed.
- 68 Dregs, ....
67 Calumnies,

10 Twentv-elshth

' urn Testament
71-Let it stand.
" 1-Crate.
8 Russian Inland sea.
8 One ot the coins cast by th
' widow (Luke 21)
t 4 Prayer ending.
6 Measure of length (abbr.).
6 Exclamation.
7 Scandinavian legendary nar narrative.
rative. narrative. ..
8 Adolescent years,
' s Small fahes. .
: 10 Believea ;
11 Bind again.
12 Changes for the better,
i IS Skin opening.
. 19-SUrnr. '',:
. 21 Asistie bovine ruminant
35 Inhabitants of Media,
27 Angeles.
28 Hymn of prals,
29 Models.
SO Narrow Inlets.
31 Spresd for drying.
32 First month of th Jewish
. year. (Estb, 8:7)
- 35-Where Paul met th ship that
. was to take him to Miletus
(Acts 20:13)
88 Pertaining to 8 wall
' 39 Conifer.
41 What is th 24th book of tho
Old Testsment?
42 Split pulse,
44 Tooth of a wheel.

45 Nam given to Stmon, son of
Jona, by Jesus (John 1:42)
M Sign of the zodiac.
62 Human trunk,
54 Narratlva

86 Summits.
88 Blackbirds.
59 Tumultuous mob.
60 Serf.
61 Relish..
64 Bora.
68 Sun god,

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r' f' PYRAMID OF PEANUTS Afriean farrners at Kand; in-no'rtheih. Nigeria,' climb a i an has her bst smile ready as die lands at New York's,. QUITE A HAUlThisHinidentifiecf ingler landiid ttiislarge Mexican white s.ea'i, ;

j -U modern pyramid bf sacks tff peanuts to cover it with a nylon, tarpaulin. The tar- I :wwa wpon, -out ner oeais, iMKej assume; a uner-t j at CJUoymas, Sonon. Mexicd,1 the world-fjrhous desert resorf by the-sea. Unfortu-;
r. paulin sheets are rot -proof and can give complete protection In the worst weatheF.' -itlA expression. Herinelore and Luke are from Holland.; J.nately for fishing fans, arid the curious, there was no information on weight of fish.' :


"WriTH HER BACKGROUND, lovely Patricia Medina. ever, is a small one which suits her simple tastes. Most?

" should live in a pretentious Hollywood home, hut- of the furniture she painted herself.. She has a fond-
.'she doesn't. Pat, who was born in England of ah Eng-4 ness for tinting black and white drawirfgsand photos. s
. lish mother:iind: a Spanish father;; has appeared in- Deep sofas and low,-slUng tables dominate her: living
-4 French, Italian and English movies. Her house, how- room. The .house is" called, .a, modetnSpanish. type.


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. between Lake Michigan andtQoshorn lake at SaugaVuckjMich.lany vantage poipts give scenic view Of region

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( MY DADDY'S HERE SOMEWHERE Using n umbrella

: father in a long line of policemen during graduation

i as protection from .the sun, ,cule Diane Abair looks for .her sr
.at Levi. 8 stadium in Hew. Vdrk.J5he spotted him latere

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YOU'VE HAD ENOUGH! Is what Linda be

telling her brother Mike Lowe (Dad, David Lowe of Cocoli). SWjpftV
Loaded up with hot dogs, popcorn and pop (That's not cer- j l CgI

veza he's drinking) the kids had a fine tinic at the Amer- C I
icon Legion's July 4 Open Ho se. w Supplement ;

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LUCHO "PAPA" MUftOZ surrounded by MtU bobby soxen.

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BOYS & GIRLS "STATERS" took over serving of hot dog and snacks. From left to tight,
"Bob" Hamilton, Lt. Governor; Helen Nit a, senator; "Cheena Reynolds, Governor;, Chris:
Heron, alternate representative, Boys Nation: Russell George, Post 1 Adjutant and 4th of
July Chairman.




MIKE LOWE, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Lowe of Cocoli, od
f the 300 youngsters who enjoyed pop corn, hot dogs, soda :,
pop and movies. . ,tt

July 4 With


From all sides came praise for
the Canal Zone's American Le

gion Post No. l for the public Pa

citic side independence Day pro

gram held at the Post home along

the banks of the Canal at Fort

Amador. Parents appeared to be
as impressed with the afternoon's

program as were their children
over the free refreshments and

movies. i

Highlights of the Leeion-sDonsor-

ed activities were ceremonies

commencing at 2 p.m. which save

every appearance of having been

carelully planned for months, al

though the whole affair actually
was quickly' arranged in less than

a week. J lie crowd in the home of

Panama. Canal Post No. 1 enthu

siastically received each event

from the opening advance of the

national colors by the Color uuard
to the closing prayer of Post Chap

lain Paul Keaume and including

the entire assembly singing "A

merica the Beautiful and the La
cho Munoz rendition of "An Amcr

ican Medley."

Post Commander Armando J.

A FEW of the Legionnaires, Auxiliary, Explorers Post 3, Boy Scout Troop 3, Girl Scout Troop
V, Boys and Girl Slate Citixens and Lucho with his gang who helped make this program pos possible.
sible. possible. The rest were still on the job when this picture was taken.

Gasperi, Jr., welcomed all present
and introduced the special guests;
Gov. William E. Potter, of the Ca
nal Zone; Maj. Gen. Thomas L.
IT.MlM 1 T Tt-

lARCARIB) Capt. B. Tucker,

acung commandant ot the mn
Naval District; Lt. Col. Thomas
Hicks, USARCARIU public imfor
matioo officer; Maj. David H.
Smith, military assistant to the
Governor: William G. Arey, Pana.
ma Canal Public relations officer;,
and Leonard Brockman, Panama.
Canal Personnel Bureau program
rnnrrlinatnr .

! Department Vice Commander
Alfred J. Gauving presented the

opening remarxs ana uiroaucea
Potter,- n
In his penetrating address, PoN
ter brought to the fore that we
celebrate, ". far more than an
historical fact. My first point is
that- history was used not follow followed.,"
ed.," followed.," Potter told his audience as
he discussed, ". . a few thoughts
nf whv we clihrat toriav AV'hat

!our forefathers did was new." Tb
.founding fathers, he said, evaluat
ed history to see what had caus
ed other types of governments to

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POST 1 COMMANDER A. 3. GASPERI, Jr. Welcoming th
guects. Left to right, Capt. W. B. Tucker, V.S.N.; Maj. Gen.
T. U Uarrold and HqvJ Ev.rPUf O i

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ROSELA HALL (front) daughter of George HalL and Mary
- Bandy, daughter ot Ed. Ridby, both of Balboa, ,..:,.t

THE YOUNGSTERS art 'held spell bound by the movies and are enjoying pop corn and hot
? ,.- dogs. ,i

The Legion

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tail and attempted to devise a doc- p.m.' with an hour of music by the

ument which would not --allow 776th Air Force Band conducted'
, despots and dictators to take over.;by C.W.O. Lloyd Ov.erton. The mu-j I
'The Declaration of Independ-.sical .program was 'well, received; i
ence is a flexible document, the by parents and children, alike. The. (
Governor stated "AH it needs is band concert was held on the
V people like those who put it to- main floor of, the Post home andi I
orthpr ta fliarH It. tft fnllnw it'at th Vnnrlnainn nf fh rnnrorl I n

' successful implementation and the proeram moved to the audito-l

v use. The founding fathers recos-rium, while the youngsters .' were!

' mzea tnat omy a aevotea people, conducted to the lower floor where
could keep it strong." ,. v J they viewed a movie -consisting of
" ' V,"' leartoons ;and were treated to hot
Potter offered as his second dogs, ice cream, sodas, pop corn!

. poiitt the unswerving, unafraid, un- and favors.-They .were tended by
flas?in2 devotion of the men who' members of -Unit 1. American Le-

put together the Declaration ot irion Auxiliary -and Boy and Girl
' Independence. Picturing the poll Scouts and citizens of Boys State!
1 tical and economic atmosphere in' and Girls State,, as well as sever-j
- July of 1775; he- pointed to thlal interested parents. The film
founding fathers' willingness to showing lasted for three and otie-'
hinlr .n cAmahlultf KissMnB half tiniira crivintf til a nnrAnte km.'

themselves andi theip willingness'ple time to enjoy the program and
to lose more to lose than to gah the entertainment' held for the - v
- individually. Each one gave up ec-!dults. r e v$7 ?

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dom for themselves, in doing all mes, the adults Nwere enlertained, i
- iher' could to make the path, ea- by Miss Adel Harford who sang, -J
ier for us.", ;: i' land. danced, Mario Gutierrez whof I
In closing his address which sang several numbers while LuchO
drew long and loud applause, the Munor played his organ for the lis- I

Governor called attention to the tening and dancing pleasure

fact that 4'the job is not done." i . -Open
house commenced at 1 ; (Continued on Page t)


THE 776th AIR FORCE BAND, under the direction of C.W.O. Lloyd C. Overton presented a
, .. one hour band concert opening the formal ottrrances.

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CfNGES MALXDTN of Glri SeMt Trf glrlar Mifca Llnd Llnd-,
, Llnd-, uist a dish of ice creaaa daring the tnoviea. a..-.


GOV. W. E. POTTER delivering the main address. Front row left to right, Capt. W. B. Tuck Tucker,
er, Tucker, U.S.N., acting commandant 15th Naval District; MJ. Gen. T. L. Harrold, commanding
general, I'SAACARIB; Post 1 Commander A. J. GasperL Jr.; Lt. Cot 1. M. B. Hicks, PIO, PIO,-OSARCARIB
OSARCARIB PIO,-OSARCARIB and C. E. Campbell, national ezeentlve committeeman, American Legion. Rear
row left to right. Post Chaplain P. E. Resume; MaJ. D. H. Smith, military assistant to tha
Governor; Mrs. Joan O'Conneii, president Unit lj L. M. Brockman, program coordinate
ranami Canal Ua and Dept. Pacific vice commander A; J. Ganvln.





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' t By Emily Otis
Fishing in time the way you fish in witter
I have grown learned in the fishing lore.
My daughter's mother and my mother's daughter
.Meet where the children play along the shore.
My lather's, sons are with them building eastles,
, And all the children time has unhegotten
Are gathering the shells that will be fossils- i
TheiswiH and tivid children, long forgotten.
Now is forever and Xorever sow.
As if eternity had gone astray
And- unaccountable to when er haw,
Enclosed itself in one transparent day,
And filled its sphere with more than mortal breath,
And floated like a bubble ever death. s

'-' .y Utu L. Montage

Just when leaf and leaf shadow were going U converge 1
roe. wind got. between them and with an upsurge -Tried
to put back the leaf on the branch where it grew,
And the leaf shadow swept toward the branch shadow, too.
But the leaf circling wide missed its place on the tree
And dropped back turning over, ligaagged, and feH free
a top of. the shadow. With one final slide
Accepted its fate and lies there where it died."
The shadow died, too, in the dark underside.

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HIART-STOPPl..0 PHOCaZCj Another medical frontier has been crossed. Surgery en e
completely stopped and bloodless heart has been reported for the grst time by a team of Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. Ohio, surgeons. The new. operation, developed at the Cleveland Clinic, defies one of the
most basic concepts ef surgery., using the- dread."ardic arrest" for the benefit of both patient
and doctor. Potassium citrate is injected Into the crown of the heart after heart and lungs have
been bypassed by the now fMMUiar.hesrHung machine. When the operation is ever, the heart
. resumes its rhythmical beating automatically. The operation, which requires team ef 13 aw-
Keens and nurses, above, has been perfemtd successfully en eight children.

The; Wcdiinton Merry -Qo-Round

Would you ?nT hanging thi basket.!.. nt about 1

Anderson replied that he t'ii .iS.SeSa

report the entire matter detail' of the Treasury Geo. aSnhSi


health perhaps also from

k iH,Mij. uen. nowara snj-to me.

aer, we r resident s personal doc doctor,'
tor,' doctor,' demanded that this column
IllDDreM newa that -lha Whita

House., had been given an emer

gency oxygen innaiator to be car
ried in Ike's car or his plane.

ine incident, taken by itself.


"You rant 'iHt me (KAiiful

General .Snyder. ..
"But nn refliiested ma in

yoy uenerai snyaer was remind

j. ue incident, laien ny itself, !yy

I?tk !?Jm3E:,T' h?Bt ,ink!ed. "Nothing has been said about
SrVEs-S VSSSSS ersltion being off the rec:

nig the "head to toV" milW" i Z22?

th. ''i"jfz newspaperman to voiun-
Stw ttfJLL": ."tjatementy.w explan.-

.... i. n ",c.on. n k noi on ie record.

oort. it

around Ike are doing what Demo-

a, n is nm wi uie record.

crats around lWoroo"n d'snydeV aheadTus. "U
Franklin Roosevelt did when these'rTfThav. a S h? "ZS"'!

r.niui nooseveu am wnen these rvi r have a witness hir.
twe Presidents were ill. 111 f.- .7- 81 ner

An cmrpnr inhalatAr tm 4kl A few hours later, hv inma im.

4uivieni ux a ponaoie oxyBeni"11"""1'" i mie, rrewueni

iiuo w5 me emergency) was uajiL-aiiy sitick. sitick.-treatment
treatment sitick.-treatment given the President n and rushed to the hospital for

an emergency operation. :

. ni nrsi i oeciuea to accede to

General Snyder's wishes and not

and Budget Director Brundage
warnedSenaters' privately
that no mattpr. hnw mu.ii 1

t a
imonev thra vntaH n f 7U..

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the Administration will not spend

C ""'t""6 mienas w balance

uic uuuifKL vpn lr nji nam ia m

.pound the money Congress voted

iuroi Digger au- r orce. Egyp-.
tian Premier Nasser has agreed
to visit Yugoslavia to talk with
Marshal Tito about a new left-wing
bloc of countries that Will cooper cooperate
ate cooperate with Russia but refuse to take

'C .WH
When he bppump ill in rtonvor

Whpn I losrniwl that ihA

" w IUI-(
Mnrv OYVPPn Inhslatn--r'nnr.

had supplied an innaiator '-to the Pihlish the relatively unimportant
White House, I asked Jack Ander-!fac the White House had an

the details further. He talked to 'reviewing the conflicting and con con-Donald
Donald con-Donald Demaraat a a&lecma- tnp'fusintf Statements Ceiwral Snvdor

the company, and confirmed that Bas ade about the President's

ui company nan given an inhaia-'"CHU". ms anempi to suppress
tor valii'ri at tl17 fin t tha Vraoi-lthis relativelv unimnnrtant nre

dent on the eneouragment of Dr.!item becomes an important part

Pant Tl U' K il a L O I a At tha nawr nnrniAfciA- av44...

Herewith find aolutioa to Sunday Crossword Pujs
ale No. 4, pubtisned today.
Answer for Sunday, May 7, CryptoeHtps: OU OU-,


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about the health of the most im-


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wiwr if niHrvsc leiepnoDea 10 urmia w. uie most im-

snftsrAi mciII kn'rw. ijA...a. virtrM ;

Wv.mvh s,wr vest UllU. AJlUUlftUu

pruinpuy caiica.
General Snyder, who spoke in
the tone Af mt Artitnm4 a av.w

ing orders, said he didn't want

tend this meeting as the Asian

Chairman Tjn Nail iiaM

important, secret meeting with
members of the White House staff
shortly after Eisenhower was taken
ill. to tell them flallw, anj

gorically that both he and they

7t mpl P"y line namely
that Ike will run again. They must
never deviate frnm thot i;a. k.

decreed. . The William Morriss
agency has offered the oratorical,
Bib Ift-niintinff Hnvernnr r.t TAnA-

i i O viviuvi V. l-IIIU 3-
fsee, Frank Oements, a television

career if be ever decides to quit

nubhe can mripe whether Wh it nwi.. t u. .rl. J"1 w

, v i.iA-iMre juuvb uaa i 1 veil UD ner am
and perhaps ithe President himself jbition to be the first ladr'see
are beine denied the tnu fait nreciw t ik it-Ta T


president of the United States.

Aie i so rmvinPMi thai nmn.(;.i

Will en ttl Kltem that ,Iia ...

i en bother to attend the Republi

can cuuvenuun. . enator Hum Humphrey
phrey Humphrey of Minnesota is busy as a
Dird-doff litlillf lln cnn. m. t f.. A A

lai Stevenson in Congress. He is

tAA.f.A A.... A. ..

"'"y B uiub wauij ocnaiw sn rronu rureignuai Mevenson tn Congress He is
any publicity about the emereencv, Minister Pineau a rolii rereni inn 'even trvimt t .i,' i-...t.

oxygen inhalator. Where did you when he accepted Senatorjern bloc's candidate, Senate Dcm Dcm-get
get Dcm-get this information?" he also de- George's invitation to lunch With ocratic Leader Lyndon Johnson.

Anderson Itaicl he WAV inrrv Vut'shalra hanHa wtiAiN lk.1. wnliAAj i

- a " vt j YTAiacu ni nine
ne nine could not reveal his news to the room. While Pineau

source. He also explained that he

coma noi mase uie aecision as to
whether the story would be used.
That would be up to me.
"Publicitv ahnut this caM

eral Snyder firmly, "would harm
our President." ;

"How would it harm the Presi

speaking, several muttered under

meir oreain uiai ne was a Com Communist
munist Communist sympathizer and shouldn't
have been allowed to visit in the
first place. . The crowning blow
was that Pineau wasn't served a

single glass of wine. . Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of the Army Brucker and Sec-

. .. . . ... n. wa M1BU IIU
dent?' Anderson asked. Rv this retarv nt ih ii, fM

time Snyder was getting aroused have patched up the Army-Air
and rough. rorce feud-at least on ton. The

. a V-. Willi -VS(
(ThlS BiaV Mm him mA

on the ticket.) ... Neal Roach.
Who Was fired aa ru.m,ir.t:

vention director because he insist-

ea on latung his secretary to Chi.
Caeo. has now taken hi. .anrj.

- m m,l.iviaij.
Frances Snivev t Alho- 11- k..

Joined Governor Harriinao's cam

paign siatr. . uemocratic can candidate
didate candidate Mike Di Salle has served
notice on labor that he will cru crusade
sade crusade against racketeering in cer-
tain labor unions if elected gov.
ernor of Ohio.

Walter Winchell
In New York

' Newspaper readers and radio
listeners sine 1920 know that
Walter Winchell is pro-Love
pro-Cupid and pro-Honeymoon ,-
The controversy starring play playwright
wright playwright Arthur Miller and a Con Congressional
gressional Congressional Investigating Commit Committee
tee Committee seems to confuse Ameri
cans. Many are confusing Marx
and Lenin with Romeo and Juliet,
... Some editorial writers have
ucfm tun tuipicaaiuu ui uik
Congressmen (investigating com communism)
munism) communism) are opposed to Mr.
Miller ; enjoying a honeymoon
with Miss Monroe '. The issues,
of course,' concern the Red Party
Une . v wot toe blonde Man
lya's curves.
- f- ? - r
Mr. Miller testified that he
once supported Ited-Front outfits,
but he refused to name the com-
rades with whom he- atetnded the
-meetings. Mr Miller said he
. ..m. ..-,

' und7rf"fen : ;

'.Fact that the Communis! t Party W',SSriU
a criminal conspiracy (dedicated ,Ce' a dect Morton Downey
- cJ?tl&Alft&totat;-bu: playing Las
'- hmmk- a l lLtl iacf iVegas; for, il8 years. ; ettie
f-ommunism is based on decep- ?o.;fl r,.. .i.- 'f.ji.A..1
- tiim: terrorism and aaMlnaM.I 'W G?m.'.

- if 7ir.n ,ro2

- It -operate'! wBU-'Xafcl BaiBt,'ll;''

earry out a rcoBspiraey Erected i"1! ?"yt,my, illness. 1 appreciate your coa
by a foreign lovernment whick isi! "nV $ -h c ,n lh wishes,"
or enentv sweet way. with, song ay. Happy t rj r -
.pur enemy. , Birthday present for Rob- a-White :MouS. ataff tk

Suggesting that conscience pre
sents a man from exposing torn
munists is. as illogical as arguing
that. hich moral nrincinle insnird
the underworld code which forbids
squealing Communists a r e
it .
citizen fights en the side of law
.nH rd? nth.ri!. K.
. Otherwise he is
an accomplice of criminals,
Mr, Miller (under oath) testi testi-"
" testi-" Jied before the Congressional
. group that he stopped all Red
front activities ten years ago .
I am in possession of a pamph
let which shows that playwright
Arthur Miller was mistaken his
name was missued or he lied
under oath v This pamphlet
; names Miller as a sponsor of the
Citizen's v Eemergency Defense

Act Victims" ... The Smith ArtS,adT&&

Conference "to Defend the Smith
is the only law we have to jail
convicted Reds . Mr. Miller

testified that he quit all Redi"'e7 Ml" t pL when
Fronts ten Venra am ITiia A our Armed roices Wnen
rroms ien years ago inis ,m -,jth wiv.

pamphlet names Arthur Miller as
a ai
16th, 1952
4 years agol
Kan XITIIU a. tf!-.... Itn. TI....a

. Committee on Un-Americai Activ-1

itimq will nctnnich nlvurrivl.t Ai.
-; tnur Miller with the names or

nine comradM who attended Redlstait?e manager.

S The names he refused to disclose

' Some people never stop fight-

. Ing Commies, Some people never

i. : .. .l. .4 ii...:. ,r A- it,

5- : """V vanuei.aicaj lauira.- "-. --
. and director S. Lumet (Rita taxes . vWh? Li?dl:1

. uain cxi .nave posiponca merger,

- I. ?, ,:.nneiy .accoraing iq

ainioiu .re me uorscy

uuiers planning a aiamn
" gain? . .'The band

nd Mnatra (when he appears;

um rwMiuuiiij wiui n BmiHw v ..j Jiiii

jMucpt-nut-iiuy prouucea iiim, nun iuus v manv Of the HeDUhlicana in Cnn.
"Johnny Concho." will be Tommy, lbs. of food ... Mr. Cartier abo "eminncans in-ton
Dorsey's. Tommy was. irwiically,; reports thatj JV !'Ai t turned these questions
boss:.;. ; ChoUyjfered the poor people -over, in .hi mind, the 1'resident

Knirkorhni-kor I hmr raccinit inH cinpln snnllower seea

the Marquis de Portago clashedjd
in rans. inrow
punches, shiners.
in..,., i nm mi .in im
S100 Mf0f Bill
Meat Bill
C: II. . n : I
Gets Paid.
ripaiiy VjGTS raia.

, COLOMA, Mich. (UP) A

. nuruatiK. L,aiir.. woman vha ran

- P a $100 meat bill 43 years ago

s unauy paia on tne debt.
The woman ran up the bill at
II B. Davidson's market in Belle.
vue, Mich., in 1913 and t h e n
moved away without paying.
t She rang ihe doorbell at the
home of Davidson's son, Paul,
apologized for being tardy In pay paying
ing paying -and handed over the money.
Paul turned the money over to his
father, who retired 13 vears azo.
tae oniy explanation the woman;
j---- uiai nam umn sepi
her Jrora paying sooner.

A rival scandal mag reports
that this col'ra plots a smear

campaigL against Jerry Geisler,
counsel for several Hollywood
people, suing a leading scandal
penoaicai This is hovr utupidi
the skewp is: Mr. Geisler is re
sponsible for more than 100 be
quests (via wills) to the Runyon
Cancer Fund . Be is the Fund's
coast barrister and a long timel
ftn'onrl t9 this' narosrvonrioi -. Ua
has never charged a fee (to us I
0f Debunkina) v
or tne involved estates, etc. (End

Actor Eli,; Wallach was "The of politicians who drink milk?"
Beard" (or 3rd Man) on Arthur Without batting an eyelash, Pol Pol-Miller's
Miller's Pol-Miller's early dates with MM . Jiticlan Pineau aiutweradr

Now 'that Dublin has its first!
Jewish Mayor the Irish there may
be 'called the-."Oyrish"r . Jack
Shamdlins congrats-cable to him:
("Top "o the Mergen David" .
Toast ) to' Dublin's new ..Jewish
iUiiel Magistrate! "Aaron Go
B.erv. Dublinties
wea JiranE wiser rrettir
ert Sherwod from
Julie Podell: Return booking next
'5? Va w. -iShti
! lMl KOOena lf-twno wane
"S!mg ai'" f
' often as 5 times a week .
5 TV. VS?!. iff, 2.

j.iKODena anerwoou: iBB.uiia. -JBu,f.i(lf j:l, k V- i.J-

Waited a Long Time for Spring.
"Paris Match" is a popular
French magazine. Much li k e
America's Life magaiine . Its
publisher, Raymond Cartier -(pro-American),
recently ran an article
titled: Why Does the World Hate
America?: The answer is; "Does
Mr. Cartier's article contains
some good advice when he tells
us to mind our own business. But
a"l"7'ia'V. W.,t
J? m"LOTS?
WCT a an j
-- ...... ;
, : u iiiiiia. hue inA same

. r T-v. .11
Mr, Dulles does not mean the
'nAnnlaa Af : India hat A AmeDCfl
means that Mr, ivenru was
are hated because they an white
and rich;- Mr. Cartier snouw nave
a talk with the Average Amen-1
. r 4 k... u.fav. .ni 91 pr
America ne i.i ""-"'" s.
inaemnueiM. jw "ri-ir
i miuiuu "w"';.
a-year pwn . j y a"'?
be-'totl 454 m. lion dollars When!
India was Mt

uig airi iuiicn r. J i.:- i- P V V --r- r"' w asacu fuiuseu. Writes Don.
police handed out tiny flags to fll r8"t Pn J8 re"ih?fd Jited it when he took van, "whether, if he wis in of of-wave
wave of-wave at Khrushchev and Bulgan- yealed in Robert J. Donovan's new, office." fice for 1 eia-hl vmiV ihV
fa?. Mr Tnl tor the Inside All this is a revealing disclosJ formation W' greats th

e sp it e" Amefic' .J'.tiniate 'as'sociates whether he did

most itVr Na'swr"
He asked Egypt s Mr. Nasser,
what-he- thought of Americans.,
iiht : hA tnouLHi or nnrei
up Naer bluntlv replied: "I
ki.intiu raniton 1 1
like their films."

.riM (iiintea a T,B declares. Out of this came
article quotes a... nhrac MVnm;

Mr. Cartier's
Wachinatnn executive. To .wit
"Whether we are criticized or not
we .Americans vaunu k
child starve in any part of the
world" . t That's the way Amcr Amcr-trana
trana Amcr-trana are. Mr. Cartier. I-do not
believe the people of the world
hate us. The front pages told how
people 1 everywhere (abroad)
prayed, for or were concerned
about our President's operation.
Yon don't pray for people you
despise ... Mr. Eisenhower rep rep-rrsents
rrsents rep-rrsents the average American
fmiiv Mr. cartier. -as yen
Know, America ..israco : "I

has given the world .over m, Republkail party a new view view-bilho
bilho view-bilho dollar If we.gav tnatj .,. ... 1

sum io me puur i ".wr
merica would have no poor. .-


(NEA) L..
'During French Foreign Minister
lChristiaa Pineau's visit tn wh.
ington, he saw to it that a glass
of wine was served to him with
every meal.
RAHutmkaiNri tki
French Prime Minister Pierre
Menctes-r ranee was ia Washing-
ion ne maae a great publicity
show of drinking milk, a reporter
asked Pineau. "What rtn vnu think
"In mv district, .in
France, we produce i both rood
wine and good milk. If X made a
choice, I would lot be re reelected.'
elected.' reelected.'
Busiest group at the White
'7 wwwuw; uie
.thousands of messages of sympa-
world. Typical ef the replies is
me louowmg;.,
"To His Excellency, K. Y. Vo-
roslulov, the Chairman of the Pre
sidium of the Supreme Soviet of
toe Uo3K, Moscow:
"t wish to thank you. Permler
Bulganin, and.- Mr. i Khrushchev
for. the kind message which, ex expressed
pressed expressed regret in. connection with
I absence of Mamie ami ft k
v m. ii iiuiud jtaii nam triv
Z.T1 ZZ .".rj?

ii18 v4ng'quarters a speclal late-
sorintf rlunlnt fvterinf n.intina

soring cleaning. Exterior naintin
of the executive mansion begins
ston. When plans were made for
ported M have said. "Well, at
uus Jon Mrs.- Eisenhower is re-
least no decision has to be made
on what color will be used."
That tough primary campaign
Sen. Walter George (D-Ga)
ducked when he decided not to
nm for another term might nave

WASHINGTON fNRAl. TTow'nart a reflnetlnn i"k.V

smeui iuiennower Dim n n n
President Eisenhower nl. a a i
n n i .
----- w v i j
from. 3-5 to 4.4 billion dol-
i.j the orivacv nf tha Whit.!
House the Pres dent stormed
over the slash," writes Donovan.
.. . ,.
"Stupid and shortsighted," he
'" U i It was fully ap
parent to the President as it was

" ,ir jusi.ueraocraiic leaaers. in Congress seemed to be, yes

uie r j ; VvZ vfiMuiMiuTu iu uiv luuiuu aeeuriiy iunasi At no place m

uu oiea io ua to mm metne President has requested for an admission by

rresmeius mutual securitv nro- next vear.

to political observers at the time
that very often his views on vital

American policy were closer to
M 01 ,h Democrats than to
I began
not have to start thinking about
K3nl thm-1,t -W
-iwhat It should b en ll Hnnn-
. - a- w.v
'a.. 1.1... St.. A, .a aM r
the phrase "dynamic conserva conservatism."
tism." conservatism." But the President never hit
upon 4he right- name.
"The more the President pon
dered on the idea for a new par
ty, the i..ore he was forced into
the realization that it was not the
solution to his problem .
"After Congress adjourned and
the bickering of that first session
died away for a while, Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower took a new and calm look at
what he was doing and where he
was headed. On balance he came
to the conclusion that bis best
hope of attaining his goals was to
nersevera in trvins tn oiva tha
"lue history 01 his ensuing
veers in the White House is in

j Washington Ncvs Kocb'co!i

Recommendations Party

ue of goodby parties, be now
The solon is due to go to Paris
as President Eisenhower' snerial
ambassador to NATO some time
aner congress adjourns.
, Other evening the first of man
receptions was given for the sen
ator and his wife, who's affec
tionally called 'Miss Lucv."
The flock of brass that turned
out was staggering. It included
more than half the. Senate, As Assistant
sistant Assistant to the 'President Sherman
Adams. Cabinet memhrr and an
bassadors.'... ; ,., -
The furor stirred up over Robert
McLeaish, Farmers Home Admin Administrator
istrator Administrator who has resigned after
being accused of excessive drink drinking,
ing, drinking, was a teal surprise to some
GOP political experts, t
i One. of them recalls the time
when the Republican National
Committee sent an application of
a ongni young man to tht office
ot Agriculture Secretary Eaa
Tart Benson for approvaL -
Back cam the form -a ad en it
was wTittenv "Sounds fine but
now aoout his church activities
na urinung nanus?"
llsuaMy about this time of the
summer the gay set begins to de
sert w ue ocean or New England,
but this year the party momentum
looks like it's eoini tm
through the summer. The perfect
example, of what's going on was
m ig oance tnrown fey Wash Washington
ington Washington attorney John Davis and
his Austrian-born wife, Trudy,
honoring Austrian Ambassador
?nd lime. G ruber.
Dancing was on the roof i thalr
huge rumpus room. John had to
warn ue zoo guests that the swim swimming
ming swimming pool adjoining the garden
. !"' aan xan
j imping m could bo a chilly ex

penence. ue iatter conclusion was ad-
Four bars were set np around ivanced by former famed batter
LflA IMwXlf ftfflll VanVfawitj -lavitk Aaut tlA.u a. .

Ike's Third Party
By Pefer Edson

f hr. T hi V.TlZ'S Republican

? . wva, a-9
to brini? inrn th ciAnH'nA..
kicsiivc urn wuuor u u imr c man
ure at the present time

In his concluding chanter. Dnn-'ri

ovan declares that it was his am-'
man Chairman Emanuel Celler (D-NY)
of tha House Judiciary Com-
miltee says that he will call his
committee into session to decide
whether to send a presidential
disability bill to the House floor
for action. Celler states that
-the President' illnese increases
the chance of passing lcgtala-.
tion to determine when presi president
dent president i disabled, aatft

k..,...,-,.,.,. I, ill ,11.


"For lovers and lonelw drink.. t
Trudy explained.
Thev had a litti fa mil. 1-
bration for Sen. Theodore Fran Francis
cis Francis Green (D-R.I.) other day aft aft-er
er aft-er he became the oldest member
ever fcto serve in the Senate. The
88-year-old Rhode Islander broke
uie recora previously held by Sen Senator
ator Senator Justin Morrill of Vermont.
Among those at the affair was
10-year-old bov. Walk!..
through the Capitol building the
youngster xootteH 'a iuirtr;i
said, "Oh that's Senator MorriU.'1
'wno a he?" asked bis little sis.
ter. The boy replied, "Why that's
the .guy Uncle Theodora eni t
the showers.". t
Biggest kick Sen. Green got m
(he record-breaking day was a
telegram from an .unknown friend.
If raaf ".
"Oh pshaw : :
li kr J faaaaaaaaaaaaj
On of the Wort .rollicking, roi.
sterous parties to' kit neighboring
Annapolis, Mo. was the recent
White Heme OWerene oby- 9 it.
ness of Youth held there.-Former
heavyweight boxing champ Gen
Tunny and other great sports fig.
ura were on aeca tor ue session.
- Most popular spot for-th eon eon-fcrenee
fcrenee eon-fcrenee was the Academv IUat
House, whert those ; wonderful
cccktail-buffet parties are held
game. ;j ,.- ..
Two Important conclusion
were reached at the conference.
It was agreed that Mickey Mantle
was not likely to break Babe
Ruth's homo run record this
year. : am satchel Paige was
I named histonr'a treatest niteh-r
uu't 'a ...
Hitivii in rriurm i naw m nniiniiaPan
... v "Y -"---.
"Ho asked himself," writes Don
The answer
the book is there
the author that
is ucu come from official rec-
' Jtri-l. n,.ft' -M al. i i .. ..
Rnt k. .wT
book it is declared;
"For the first time in our his.
tory, an administration while still
in office- has permitted a distin distin-gushed
gushed distin-gushed journalist to compile an
authentic, independent account of
its conduct of affalra of state."
Publication only a few months
before the nominating conventions
and election makes this an ob obvious
vious obvious campaign document, favor
able to the GOP. But it is so fair
ly wriUeo in Its account of the
President's frustrations from lead,
era like the late Senator Taft and
Senators McCarthy and Bricker,
mat it a iso provides good cam campaign
paign campaign ammunition for the pemo pemo-crats.
crats. pemo-crats. t
. The report that Donovan, Wash.:
ington correspondent for tbe New
York Herald Tribune, was shown
transcripts of Cabinet meeting
and material which required giv.
ing bim a "Q" clearance for ac access
cess access to National Security Council
papers has led to congressional
Rep. John E. Mosa (T).CmUt
chairman f a House Government
Operations subcommittee is look looking
ing looking into the angle of whether Hon.
ovan may have been shown ma material
terial material to which Congress has al always
ways always been denied access for se security
curity security reasons. And Sen. John L,
Mctkllan (D-Ark), chairman of
tha Senat' narm anont ItiuA-;
gating subcommittee, has suh-'
poenaed Cabinet Secretary Max.,
well Rabb to appear before bis
group. to tell what he know

....... WIM. JHI1.

about it.

t- -ii-f8, r J f'' I": J Ftjt ifi; Jj' n ( hU IMifAGE f'lYC

i -.

July 4 With The Legion
1 : fC-onUnuvd from Pare THREE V
those present. AH are feattired'games. Dancing was resumed aft-

pcrformers at the Club Atlas. Be- er this, until the end of the open
freihments were also served to a-' house at 5 p.m. I
di)ts; beer, potato chipsV pretzels j Members of the Post were heSrt-
and. hot dogs; were on the menu, ened by the many, compliments r
v - - ion their efforts to fill the gap cre-
Later the Children- joined their ated by the lack of a- program on
parents upstairs and the grown- the Pacific Side especially since

upg watched while their offspring so much was accomplished in such

Premier Sunday Cross-Word Puzzle


fcmiir'WfiViwirtffi"" i ft

CONE' TO THE DOGS--An enterprising resort owner in Lake
Count', Calif., is putting on the dog these days. Don Emerson
bought a German Volkswagen omnibus, .above, and had it
painted the .familiar blue and gray of "the Greyhound lines. 7
Instead of a racing greyhound, however, he painted on a romp
ing dachshund, thus initiating the Dachshund Lines. Emerson,
owner and operator of the only bus on the line, plans to expand
and establish a full-fledged transportation system.

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tIG LETTER DAY The grant symbol, shown above, was
orroed by most of the 1,300 Kansas 4-H club boys and girls at ,.
. the 32nd annual 4-H Roundup at Manhattan, Kan, Photogra-V
. pher Floyd J, Henna who made the picture, only found out .-xacUy
xacUy .-xacUy how many were in tht picture when ha made a print


Why Worship God?

?... y

- -- v--'rS;- By Blahtf rulton J. Shoea

' Row do you think of OodT
, Do you think of Ood a Some

en on a throna who sulks and
pouts and becomes angry if you

do not worship and glorify Him,

and who is happy and grateful
to you when you go to Church
:'nd pray4 Hinit ... .:, :.x
" .If you do. then you oannot
understand why you should wor worship
ship worship God. Let ma explain.
The word "worship" b t con contraction
traction contraction of "worth-ship." It is

a manifestation

of the worth in
which we. hold
another person,
When you. ap applaud
plaud applaud an actor
on the stage, or
s returning hero,
you are J'wor J'wor-shipplng"
shipplng" J'wor-shipplng" : him.
Now to worship

God means to .Sheen

acknowledge In some way His
Worth, His Power, His Ooodness,
and His Truth. .. . ., ;
But does God need ouir wor wor-ship?
ship? wor-ship? We have a duty to worship
God, not because He will be im imperfect
perfect imperfect and unhappy it we do
. not, but because we will be im imperfect
perfect imperfect and unhappy.
'It yon are a father do you
- not like to receive a penny
chocolate from your boyr Why
do you value K more than a box
of Corona Coronw from your
. Insurance agent If you are a
; mother, does not your kit
find a greater joy in a ..1
f yellow. dandeUo froa iJt

little daughter, than In a bouquet
of roses from a, dinner guest?
Do these trivialities make you
richer? .Do you need them?
Would you be Imperfect without
them? Of course not, they are
absolutely of no utility to you.
And yet you love them; And
Because by these gifts your
children are "worshipping" you;
they are acknowledging your
goodness, and by doing so they
are perfecting themselves de developing
veloping developing along the lines of love
rather than hate, thankfulness
rather than Ingratitude, and
therefore becoming more perfect
children and more happy child
ren, r v -
As you do not need dandelions
and chocolate, neither does God God-need
need God-need your worship. But If their
giving is a sign of your worth
in your children's eyes, then Is
not prayer, adoration, and wor worship
ship worship a sign of God's worth in
your eyes? And if the worship
of ; your children is for their
perfection,' not yours, then Is
not your worship of God I oi
your perfection, not His? t ......
Worship is your opportunity
to express devotion,' dependence,
and love, and in doing that you
make, your self .happy, it is
fulfilling of your duty to God
who has created you, who even
r olds you in existence, and
" it source of ail goodness
..-iEjs which you have
re 4 la this life and can
ly.jt forward to in tht next.
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Q FEDERAL MEDIATORS IN the steel strike say both
union and the big three steel producers are stand stand-i
i stand-i Ing pat on their bargaining strategy refusing to
resume their talks. The strike of 650-thousand steel steel-workers
workers steel-workers already has caused the lay-oft-of some 55 55-thousand
thousand 55-thousand workers in allied Industries.
' Republicans and Democrats are blaming each other
for the House defeat of school aid legislation. Both
sides agree the legislation Is as good as dead for this
session of Congress.
Communist newspapers in Poland are warning work workers
ers workers that any attempt to overthrow the Communist
regime will fail. The government also Is reported rush rushing
ing rushing food to the city of Poznan and granting tax re rebates
bates rebates to workers to stem the rising wave oi discontent
The-federal School Construction Bill Is dead... but
the debate continues on the question of who killed it.
The House voted 224 to 194 to defeat the measure,
which had a modified anti-segregation amendment
"added to it. Both parties have accused each other of
being responsible for the defeat. The vote split both
. parties, although southern Democrats were almost
unanimously against the amendment barring aid to
segregated schools. ; ,
' Vice President Richard Nixon says Soviet leaders
will have to quite acting like Stalin instead of mere merely
ly merely debunking his memory before the world can
believe their new talk of peace. He told newsmen at
the airport in Manila that the free world cannot drop
its defenses in view of the Communist record of broken
promises and changes in the party line.
House and Senate conferees will demand a "scien "scientific
tific "scientific test' between the Army and Air Force guided
niissiles. -. ... -. .- '.
The conferees said the test between the Army "Nike"

and the Air Force "Talos" will be to determine which
could best protect America's cities against air attack.
" The House Appropriations Committee also called for
' such a test ,,
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Moons, their 13 children, and
a son-in-law arrived in New York from Holland to
start a new life In the United States. It was the larg largest
est largest family group to emigrate to the US under the Re Re-lueee
lueee Re-lueee Relief Act of ,1953.
Two small children were burned to death when fire
swept a trailer housing three adults and five children
at Greencastle, Indiana.
A drink from a jug of antl-freeze believed to be
cider killed a 14-year-old Detroit girl. Six young boys
admitted taking the jug from a filling station, think thinking
ing thinking it was apple cider.
'. The Coast Guard has abandoned today Its search
for a steward who' jumped overboard from the liner
"Queen Mary." The steward, believed to be a Brit Brit-;
; Brit-; ish subject, was reported to have Jumped overboard
l yesterday as the huge liner was heading out to sea
through upper New York Bay,
The Russian newspaper Pravda says the Communist
party will remain the only political 'party in the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union despite what it calls growing Democracy in
the USSR.
The newspaper, official organ of the Communist
palty, published a six-column editorial pledging fur further
ther further democratization of the Soviet Union, but It re rejected
jected rejected the multi-party system of government.
Native workers In Algeria bowed to threats of death
and refused to open their shops. The workers struck
in the capital city refused to open their shops. The
workers struck in the capital city of Algiers on the
: celebration or the 126th anniversary of the French
Occupation of the city. Nationalists threatened to kill
any merchant who opened his shop or cafe for busi business.
ness. business.
Burglars In South Africa were headed for a sugar
binge before they were nabbed by the. police. They
broke a warehouse in Johannesburg and carted off
their loot in three company trucks. The thugs stole a
quarter-million pieces-of chewing gum, 33-thousand
boxes of cough drops and 60 bags of sugar.
The French man in the street appearently Is deadly
(Serious about romance. ...,.
According to a newspaper survey, Jealousy kills
three-thousand men and women in France every year.
The old green-eyed monster is said to be respon responsible
sible responsible for six-thousand murder attempts each year
out of this total one thousand of the jealous husbands
and wives hit their mark."
And. according to the paper, another two thousand
commit suicide.
A young, red haired giri from New York City has
been chosen to represent the State of New York at
the Miss Universe beauty contest in Long Beach, Cal California
ifornia California from July 12th to 22nd. She Is 18-year old
Kay Douglas of Manhattan. Miss Douglas was the
choice of a panel of six Judges at the Miss New York
State Contest at Palisades Amusement Park in New
. Jersey, : ...
? A dramatic mission of mercy to save the life of a
woman in a New Orleans hospital has ended In failure.
The woman lady dying from the bite of a cobra snake.
When veteran snake handler William Haast heard In
Miami about her plight, he announced that a trans transfusion
fusion transfusion of his blood might save her. Haast claimed he
had been bitten by poisonous snakes 57 times and had
built up an immunity. He was rushed by plane from
the Florida resort, but while he was en route the
woman died,
, House Investigators sav Immigration Commissioner
Joseph Swing has made five hunting trips outside the

vups were maue ior oinciui purposes. -.
Senator Irving Ives has offered a resolution author authorizing.
izing. authorizing. investigation Into

ISTHMIANS REALLY CELEBRATED a safe and 0TURFDOM S TOP TWO rivals of 1955 won big races
sane Fourth of July holiday, possibly the result of Wednesday at opposite ends of the country. At Hol-
the ban on fireworks in the Zane. There were no ac- Ulywood Park, "Swaps" holder of three world re re-cident
cident re-cident or Incident reports from the day's festivities- cords tied a fourth while winning the $100,000 A A-which
which A-which were marked by a series of patriotic events on merlcan Handicap at one mile and an eighth. Swaps
the Atlantic and Pacific aides. ran it in one minute, 46 and tour-fifth seconds as ha
. J- beat "Mister Gus'! by almost two lengths. "Bobby Bro
Gov. Potter was perhaps the busiest man that day, cato" was third. '
commuting back and forth from Atlantic to Pacific Some 60,000 fans gave Swaps an ovation as he came

coasts to attend some of the festivities, make speeches home at odds of 1-5. Only win betting was permitted

and greet Zonians.

: The rains came to the Zone with a thunderous
- rainstorm this week which was a record-breaker.
Electric current in two Zone communities, An An-eon
eon An-eon and Diablo suffered an hour cat-off as a re result
sult result of the heavy rains, termed the worst In four

year. .;;v?:. ; .v;-;- ""
The storm also was responsible for a slide on
Sosa Hill which caused a break In the marine
traffic control cable from the Sosa Hill station to :
the Port Captain's Office In Balboa.
. Polio claimed Its second fatality this week. The slx-week-old
daughter of an Albrook airman died at Gor Gorgas.
gas. Gorgas. She was Terry Barbour, the second to be stricken
with the dread disease In her family. Her brother
Dennis, 14-months old is still a polio patient at the
hospital. The family had been living at Coco Sollto,

out moved to Locona last weex.

and Swans raid two-40.

At Belmont, it was a comeback of sorts for "Na "Nashua."
shua." "Nashua." the horse world's Mr. Millionaire who had been
' beaten in bis last two starts. Wednesday, Nashua wore
blinkers for the first time in more than a year and
apparently that made a difference.
v Nashua fought it out for most of the mile and a
quarter with an 18-1 shot, "Dedicate." But,JEddie Ar-'
caro opened up on Nashua in the stretch and he went
on to win by more than one length over Dedicate,
with "Subahdar" third.
, "Midafternoon conqueror of Nashua in the
. Metropolitan a few weeks ago ran out of the
, money. Nashua paid fonr-40, four-10 and three-30

and turned the mile and one quarter in two nun-
ntes and four fifths of a second. That was onlj
four fifths of the Belmont track record. 5
Major league managers selected the pitchers or tho
All Star Game.
The National Leaeue selected Its current ton pitcher

There have been 13 admissions to Gorgas during Bob Friend of Pittsburgh to head the pitching

the current season. Another' child, a two-year-old boy squad. The other pitchers chosen by a poll of Nation-

from Colon died early last month.

A charge of manslaughter lodged against a young

al League managers are Robin Roberts of Philadel Philadel-nhia...
nhia... Philadel-nhia... Joe Nuxhall and Brooks Lawrence of Cincin

nati.., Warren Spahn of Milwaukee... Clem Lablno

American employed by the Lock Division, was reduc- of Brooklyn... and Johnny Antonelli of New York.

Court, upon recommendation of the District Attorney.

ed to a mlsdeamonor in the Cristobal Magistrate's
Court.": --
. The defendant, Richard E. Kresge, 26, pleaded
. guilty to the lesser charge of "leaving the scene
of a traffic accident and failing to report the ae-
. cident to the police.'', The charre was an. out outgrowth
growth outgrowth of a mysterious death of Muriel Scott, 25-year-old
Colon resident who was found uncon uncon-.
. uncon-. scions on Bolivar Highway and later died in the
hospital. It was believed she fell or was pushed -:
' from a car.'
Kresge was fined ill 00 and given a 30-day suspended
Jail sentence in. addition to being placed on one year


The American League Is led by Billy Pierce of Chi

cago, who has started two previous All Star games.
The others are Jim Wilson of Chicago. . Whitey Ford
and Johnny Kucks of New York... Early Wynn and
Ray Narleskl of Cleveland... and Tom Brewer and
Frank Sullivan of Boston. '
Stengel passed over such talented lefties as Herb
Score of Cleveland and Billy Hoeft of Detroit, appar apparently
ently apparently in- the belief that the National League batting
order will be largely right-handed after the third In Inning.
ning. Inning. u. 'J'
One of nine bidders may take over the Detroit Tigers
within the next few weeks. -President
Spike Briggs has announced that eight

bids for the club were received by tne deadline, mia-

Three GI's and a young Panamanian boy are being night Tuesday night. But, he says another bid may
charged with robbing and beating a taxi-cab driver, be In the mail. t "" ; :-j...jr,
, The driver, Carmelo Mainierl. 63, alleged victim of the Each bidder had to put up one quarter of a mil-

attack was in Gorgas Hospital suffering from face Hon dollar In good-faith money before he could get to

and head injuries.

Bail of $2000 each for the three soldiers. Ralph P.
Sanders, 23, Philip T. Console, 20 and Hugh D. Saxe,
20, as well as for the Panamanian companion, Nicky
A. Novikor Sanchez, 19, was set, and the case was
continued until tomorrow.


see the books. The money will be returned to all but

the lucky bidder. t -.
It's expected that-the purchase price may be Close
to five million dollars. But, club officials won't say
anything about prices. -.
- Each bid some running up to 40 oages and out outlining
lining outlining fnii nian nf th hlddrr will be examined

A stowaway who evaded nollce for over six weeks, minnteiw nrinva ami two fellow-officials will make

was finally picked up In the Republic of Panama. He the first study.
Is flllton D. Smith, who had jumped overboard from m about two weeks, the ton bids will presented to

a ship which transited the Canal on May 20. He Is Baseball Commissioner Ford Frlck, President Will Har-

now In the Balboa Jail.


' Two oldtimers died this week, one In' El Volcftn, and
the other In Belgium. Word reached the Zone that
Fritz Marti, well-known construction day worker died
in the Interior of Panama, and also that Oscar Maes Maes-sen,
sen, Maes-sen, retired Canal employe died in Belgium.
A 14-year-old Panama girl, tracked down by.
Colon detectives, confessed before the Colon DlsU
Atty. to the hammer slaving of a Colombian who
. tried to force marital relations on her early last
' May 5.
The girl, Argentina Torres, trailed to the Atlantic
side town of Giral, said she hit Nestor M. Ahumada on

the forehead with a hammer she found in the room

ride of the American League and the American

League club owners. The Commissioner and the league
must approve the purchaser. .
After that is done, the trustees or the Walter Briggs
estate will take the final action.
Spike Briggs and his four sisters own the club,
which is part of their father's estate left for them In
a trust fund. The club was put up for sale because
courts have ruled that baseball la not a sound Invest Investment
ment Investment for a trust. .-' ,
In the bidding groups are syndicates headded by
Bill Veeck... Chicago Bears football owner George
Halas". . one group with three directors of the Detroit
Lions football club... and a Hollywood syndicate in-

dudlnc rlark Gable.

- nut nn MrMni. nniiM hnv frrpnfpr faith than the

wi.cio iic imu ujvuea ner mj nave a onns ano men boy who sent in one dollar to pay for wnat ne caueo
attempted to force her to accede to his demands. Bn "interest" In the club. The boy said he knows tha'

unemening 10 kiu ner. Alter ne leu, sne said he hit
him again in the back of the head and left the room.
Later In the day she left Colon for Giral, where she
remained until tracked down by detectives. She said
the only persons she told of the killing is her brother.
Prominent Panamanian physician Dr. Luis A. Val Val-larino
larino Val-larino died of a heart attack July 4 on his farm In
Aguadulce... Opening of the". new President Remon
racetrack was set for July 14. ,. A series of stamps
honoring Pope Pius XII and bearing the likenesses of
all Roman Catholic Popes who had the 4name of Pius
were put on sale In Panama by the government.

labor racketeering. The New York Republican told the

"some day they will take first place. lt w v
v Welterweight Maurice Harper has won a itfanl itfanl-,
, itfanl-, mous thourrh unpopular decision over ne Micell.
The crowd booed when the verdict of the tbree
officials In favor of Harper was announced at
Oakland' California. -Harper
out of action ft-r almost one yeor
suffered a cot left eye in the first round. M'cell
seemed to have a clear ede until the sixth. Then
Harnei began scoring with combination to the
head. In the ninth, he knocked Miceli's mouthpiece
to the ring apron.
Former National Amateur Chamn'on Arnold Pa'mer

Senate the acid-blinding of Columnist Victor Riesel whipned Ted Kroll in a olav-off for the Insurance

proved the need of Congressional Investigation of the CItv Open at Wethersf leld, Connecticut.
labor movement. . it took a pair of bodies to turn the trick for the
o Pennsylvania pro. He and Kroll hud tied In the ton r-
The Senate Armed Services Committee has approv- nsment proper with scores of 274 on a wlnrfun dav
ed a bill to double the number of permanent, regular whi-h saw most of t third round lexers slumping
officers In the Army and Air Force. And the Senate badly In spite of excellent playing conditions,
passed a measure to raise the maximum officer
strength of the Coast Guard from 26-hundred to Kroll had been tied for seventh pla with round
three-thousand. to go but hit a 64 on his final round. Pa'mer had led
5 o the field with 203 and fashioned an erratic 71 on his
United Nations Truce Observers In the Middle East la.-t round to tie with Kroll.
cooled A rah tpmnPr. tvlov Knnnmlnii mivit (hot fn fh- first Vnl- rt th nlavAff Tfrnll IrnneVerf (fn'JTO

Israel was massing its troops along its Jordan border. n eiht foot nutt for a birdie. Pa'mr. about half

The observers said Israel was conducting routine ma maneuvers
neuvers maneuvers and was not building up for an attack on
Jordan. v


that distance from the run. matched It. On the Ions

498-yard second hoi Pplmer's aooroach wp ncfert
for a certain birdie. Kroll was .tranned nean the vreen
on hii scond and after his recovery missed lO'cot

" Would-be matadors In Portuaal are getting all jet nut. ire then conceded the match to Ms ornonent

to try their skill Friday started of the "Red Vest" "Ted to a rret fe'inw." palmer declared j he re re-Festival
Festival re-Festival traditional in one Portuguese village.' For. reived hi cheek for $4000. "He even gave me the club
three days bulls will run loose In the streets of a th hat him." ...

barred-olf section of town.

Kroll received second place money of$2200..


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