The Panama American


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


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


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

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': .' PANAMA R. PSUXDAYj JIXY Z9. 1956 : ? .-' ,-
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1 BOWED i: -i;v:-v;-
- r V"i' i. Annuity boosts for persons fTQY VlOVGffiOr feSS-ll

I, ".I r,- V who have alreaay mirea unaer . , ;
J O e n V 1 the Civil Service Act were voted ..;:t ,
II : . h th roneress lust beiore ad- :,

I 1 k : I-' I bill 6.3275. .

84ffi ghores D
Proposing Study

Of Sea-Level Canal

: WASH.NCTONJuly28(UP)-Th,84thCongr
. withftnt takinff anv action on a Dill

SET rwwHlJ.

in2 a m-level canal at Panama or ot a secon

to-Padifio waterway.

Supporters of th ,d


there is consioeru- rr"Wh0le
- favor of a study of the n"

more , t.he senate

The Maruu u" -:, r thp

S J.vorable recommenda-

trons ftom the executive depan-
viuus v' mment this

menu w.
rJs for a long Bat of opinions
eies ior a --hnteal docu-

tWwStV and Mure
Evolution of communication be-

: tween the AUanuc aua
, ' The 84th Congress approved a
V bin for ,f nstrucuon or a

ama va"" Eisen-

was sigiieu uj rr;rf t Pana Pana-hower
hower Pana-hower during
-ma -for the, ..meeting t-JUen-

one Independent organization.

$4000 Increase


Meanwhile, opinion along these

lines la .

A. "ft'"'

ward a sea-level canal at -Pana

ma, although mere is some w-

fusion Because or me muwi
that In case of war the hydro hydro-nan
nan hydro-nan knmh would imnerll a sea-

t.t nr tnr canal with com

plete destruction. v.

. k irrnwlnir nnlnlon among nffininU nf the Panama

Canal and several civil engineers

In favor or ine widening i
locks at a higher level along the

iroute or tne preseni. ctuii,

SAFE IN PORT-! survivors from .the' Andrea Doria wave from the Cape Anne as the United

Fruit Company essel airlves in wew xoi. v v

link-between, Norto
to lm-

Amenca, ih U-
prove relations between the v
"nlted States and Panama. How
ever the construction of the
hridcs will have no bearing on
the wid -and undetermined po po-tne
tne po-tne waer w When and

buil-L-Uii nLr xtiressed

fSI iw larBe-icale, study

was unnecessary I iVn

' lice is of the opinion that in
tv.. im.i In Panama

' Canal, traffic iZ'Z
of the situation might be-nee-
essary. but Its approval in .prin .principle
ciple .principle was conditioned by the w-
mmanAmUnt, Which

v.- u ..,f fhi rnmmisslon TO

- study the reorganization of tne
.. Dnriomo fanoi co. anfl

. k.i 7nnp onvernment into

3. A somewhat dispersed opi-

.IU rnnH PfLT.lf iC-tO-

Atlantic canal should be built so
that Interoceanlc travel would
iw intomintpd in case 01

sabotge in wartime or In case

of a nuge suae. ,...

Arpy Cdssl

Tott::so I!:r.3

01 l!:v Un;I:rp

Divers Find Liner

f'Jf: ''-J, '-, A' ; .J I).'"""' -.J' V

Lying North-South

140 Ft. In Ocean

NANTUCKET. Mass. July 28-

v-,J-"Ti i.w intA the murky

scenaea xw i-v.m.. j-

waters oit Nanwc. f"-'

and securea a

Italians Will Build

Liner identical

To Andrea Doria

enw Tiilv M fTJPV Th

state-directed Italian Lines- de decided
cided decided yesterday to buUd a new
"u. 1.1.. V.a lnA nf

luxury nner mj w
its sunken flagship, Andrea Do Do-ria,
ria, Do-ria, shipping sources reported.

rp tnyrlPt iolA Construction

would start quickly to help Italy

i,ui..cii regain some oi me r;i mui

and securea mwt n" traffic it wM lose wirouga w
the center of the sunken luxury slnkin lt5 finest; passenger
liner Andrea Doria, the Coast hMT .k- '. l:t :
n.narA announced lOuay. v1-. T"':'r'J."-,

US fc Ch:p!:ins
Observe Fc:r.ii:.3
Of Grc"? In 1775
.v.laln nf th. TT.S. Ar

Alio AV,-
. t.j.. nmmemorate ine

' illy tuuay n -------
i I.,- ..;t.ror nf the dav on

which the continental Congress

the spiritual needs of American
oldiers. .
Serving today throughout the

world wherever mere am
trnnnm tVl AriTIV phaDlaiR'

cy had Its modest beginnings on
July 29, 1775. On that day the
Continental : Congress of the
American colonies conferred oi-

-' JlClttl BMIUUS Ull w.-K- -.7
i v. a iT a resolution

- fixing their pay at twenty dol dollars
lars dollars a month, the same as the
. pay established for officers with

' Vile ion L(.v". : -,
On the Isthmus, chaplains

, have been active ever j since
troops were first stationed nere.
' Under Chaplain (Col.LH. F.
'Donovan, 14 chaplains are pres pres-entiy
entiy pres-entiy serving the Caribbean
Command. -. .
- In 1956, the character ot the
tioniain iKrvtce is nulte dif

ferent from what It was In the

period of wartime emergency.
llsrrlina hnntiSTTlS lnstlUC-

iviMtiH, r
. -tions," counselling with service-

- men anu women, jsunaay sciiuvi
. wraith Tirfwnnu character

guidance activities they are
th. thinir. that orriinv his time

... U --- 1 j .- -
hM A-xvi in addition to the

lw J -i
regular conduct of worship serv services.
ices. services.
Heading the Army chaplains
Inriov ( rhanlaln Mal. -Oen.)

Patrick 3. Ryan, a veteran oL28

rrha irmv last week announc

ed a $300 cash award iorxne

winning entry In a contest to
orieinate an official name for

the new Army 8reen uniform,

which becomes opuonai ior ui ui-duty
duty ui-duty wear Oct.

Th Vomnetitlon. onen to all

Army personnel on active uuiy
Is being conducted by the Adju Adjutant
tant Adjutant General.

DrnrulMH naTTlM SflOUlQ at-

amni tn reflect th nrestiite.

tradition and esprit de corps of

the Army as well as pnae in we
uniform. th n h ouncement

said,-.. :: rr''

- ntria.' v.nct hp submitted bv

! individual contestants directly

to The Adjutant General m
t.h Armv. Washington 25, D.C.,

on or before Aug. 20. Sugges

tions must be on 8x10 ft me"
knnff nanar and inr.lude'the fOl-

inrin information, typewritten

or printed legibly in ink: Rank,

name ana service numoer, or-

.oniirat.tnn and, muitarv aaaress

iome town address, proposed

name for the uniform, and a
tatpmpnt in 5S words or less

explaining reasons for the name

recommended. s,.


eaitls Willi Police

unci j
Guard announced today.

tm.i jir- found the $29 rnfl-

Hon dollar hulk lylnr on-her
side in a "generally nortii nortii-south"
south" nortii-south" direction, the Coast said

At that point tne ocem
. i in Kt the vessel It-


dived but M0 iees

im.. jttifBi-, ware Identified as

Joseph Fox ot (GmudsU .Rd.)
Bedford. N.Y. and Peter Gimbel
of 167 V?4th St.) New York

The' Coast Guard ; said the
men, both civilians, -"
the scene 45 miles i south of here
yesterday aboard the yacht Wai

witn th. aaualung

devices they began hunting ; the

craft,- using a yeuow
drum marker set in place bythe
Coast Guard when the ah ip

went down alter couiuig

the Stockholm in iog
day midnight. x.X'-J;-,,-

nnr cikln wilt h ldeiltl"

el to. the 29.000-ton Andrea
Doria and wUl carry the same
name, they said.

.iMr t.h hulk, they took

the marker buoy's -anchor .Una to the center

davit aboara tn snipi m v""4"-

Guard said.

1,250,0:3 Texans

(hose Governor.
FrcKi 6 Cndid:l2S

nlrartir Of the

111Q XJURXV ..v
nn. rannrtpd to have made

the decision, during a daylong

emergency meeting m
There was no immediate comb combination
ination combination from Italian Lines head-

quarters or the Mercnan i i-rine
rine i-rine Ministry. 11

Tha Italian Line's own lnves-

ininn nf th trapedv was

stalled until headquarters m

Genoa hears from tne capwin

of the Andrea Doria, pietro ca

nnUtmtn for the lines 3&id

i.j-.. i vl avd no official

report as yet from Calamai. It

nt lnvesueaiurs to cw

from Rome yesterday.

Italian officials made no se secret
cret secret of the fact that the loss
of the pride of Italy's postwar

merchant neet wouiu m m
hard blow to the country 8
economy, t

k V

House Authorizes

Safely Inyesjigsilon

Of Fdreion Shms

. nnnfrrauional subcommittee

will Investigate the sinking of
tv.. Tfaiian linpr. Andrea Doria

U.1C iVtt'l"'.
in a mnva to nrntect Americans

travelling on foreign ships..

Tne House last iiiKim
Ized the Investigation by a spe

cial suDCommiuee neucu vj
.hoinnin werhprt c Bonner

irm n nf thp House Mercnaiib

V i 'A. V v
orln, OnmmlttM. The IlOUSe

voted $10,000 to finance the in

vestigation, f ; -

. XJW"..- fct D
nn,a tha invpstiiTfttion after

the Sinking Thursday off Nan- 'Tlfaali Said th,,Mtb-

hUI.,uv, t i

committee would conauct near near-imr
imr near-imr tn take testimony from sur

vlvors of th wreck.

H said the investigation migm.
result In legislation "to require
that foreign flagships that come

into our ports ana inuut nf imarloana he sublect

t ih. aama riffld infection fOT

W C ww...- - n

safety lmposea on American
. flagships." --''"' -; ;.- f
Bonner concede that the colli collision
sion collision of the Andrea Doria and

the Swedish liner stocxnoim oc occurred
curred occurred ouUide U S. territorial
limits. But he said he felt It was

at least within the investigating
f t.hi conhtrv. nar-t

nui ..w. w ,r

ticuiany since ui"j aui"'v "ij-;;
were involved. ' 1:36

innnitv hnnsta for nersons

who have already retired under

the Clvu service were uku

by the Congress JU3 oeiore au au-journment.
journment. au-journment.

wora or mis action wm i i-cclved
cclved i-cclved here through Local t4 of
the American Federation of
Government Employes.

Action was tasen on
mi e aoT

The increases amount to anout

three fourths ot tne annuity
boost nrovlded by the Congress

last year.

(Unofficially It Is understood

that last year's annuity, raise

applying to persom ui

who subsequently rewe was a'

tout 23 per cenw. ..

Another-action will be of de

rided benefit to those already

receiving pensions under the

retirement provisions x we
vU Service Act. It relates to a

cost-oMiving, increase. a

As Pace-Setter

tn ina fntiira '. 'when 1' salaries

,u w.
a, 4rai amninvea In active

duty status are raised because of

a cost-or-llvmg increase, pri prisons
sons prisons on the retirement rolls wlU
u.. hl. annultlpa In-

ai3U iiavu t

creased by the same percenv.Ke

amount as tne pay duos

. A solarv raise of $4,000 oer annum for Goy. William

E. Potter, Jr., is expected to "unlock a closed dor in Ca--
nal sajary ranges and open the way, for new alignments
in the general pay scale," '? s

, I he, action raising the uoverners salary rrom iv
000 to $19,000 was. taken by the Congress in the closing


raise Bill which was backed by the Administration and
now awaits the President's signature.

I he prediction as ro .now ir may arrer oiner canai
Tories was made by a man familiar with personnel prac

- Several other personnel and labor people concurred
: !.! Mnininn acnarinllu nc it will nffart hinhlv rftnnn.

sible employes whose pay has heretofore been, stagnant
because it could not rise above the Governor's. (

Fait FBI Action
In Kidnap Cases
Okayed By Senate

Washing TdN1. July 28-(ttp
iThp senate yfst.-rds.y ps-'d1 ,T

Tfc avt hlohact talarv. nn the'

Canal Zone, it was learnea, is ui-i
of the Lieutenant Governor. It is
one of several special administra-
lnh in ITadaral prvire.


This position now pays
nnlv 14M vear less

thin the Governor has been receiv-

id to the Canal tn reruIHn
malure, highly-qualified men in
cstegorUt where national short-,
get exist.
Dnrtnrt anil anfflnaar, at Im.

important categories in short sup supply.
ply. supply. .

In neither of these categories'

. . ri: vun the rewards-offered bv larse

Theialary is determined y uie corporations or in private prac

The senate yrsirvv pv.iujiiie is unv miv .j icuiiiuiauuua -or in
and sent to the White "House aiboaiJ of directors ot the Panama c 0r consultations
hin aimwina the FBI to enter a Canal Company, When the Canal i

kldnapintt ase within 24 hours

insteaa orwaiwne; w, nv nv-proval
proval nv-proval came by voice vote with without
out without debate. V-;

, present law requires the FBI
.,. the kldnan-

VU i.v ----- f
in hafnr steonlne into tne

. atfl

dence that the victim was taken

across state lines.

v uAuniv nit v in



2:11 am
2:49 .m

Canal Company

H ts fereteen that raise of
perhaps $2500 or more for Jhe
Lieutenant Cevernor will be eon eon-ildtrod
ildtrod eon-ildtrod by tho board at, its next

M-vt in tha Canal salary ranee

k. tnn.ranlrintf HS-lSl. With

maximum seniority, their "lanes

hav been pegged ai i.ow. mcu

enienng raw

Th Execuuvei rayro
Ik. oailinff ffir Civil Ser.

Ice career joos to io,uw mu

creatine an additional J1Z0O po

tential for ;the top GS-15st-

The greater pay opporyunmw.
In rosponilble obt should be of


j.eart of Army ervice,

isrnfTT .TnW 27 (UP) On

nnslt.lnn at.lnnnl ASSemblVmen

iniiav Mrhantred hlOWS With 130

lice and staged a five and One-

half hour sitaown prowst over

alleged police pressure bumi
nnnnsitlnn ; candidates In next

month's local elections.

an nnnnsltinn leader also de

manded the resignation of Pres-

, Some 70 memDers oi me
uratl rrilrtV and ClthtT minor

ronns had a fist fight With

. r .. 1... Ua

ii. h-,4 tn ctvn them from

it.iiiY!nty m demonstration down

tne streets or uie w

AsscniDiy duuuuh.
Opposition ; legislators charge
that many .prospective opposi

tion candidates were unaum w
I-.- fnr Ramihlln Of

Korea's local elections, scheduled

to be held Aug, B ana is, c
cause of alleged police pressure

Registration enaeu iwii u

irta. tha Tier. Tio-nt.. in which

4.AXIA.J. ww, --o

one assemDiyman was anesieu

the opposition legislators stagea
it rinurn nrntst. in the Assem

bly Building. They went home

after live ana one-nan uuun

and nromlsed to be bac saiur-

,day morning. s ;

Durinir the sit down aemon-

.i..tlnn rhniifrh Pvnnir Ok. a

leader of the Democratic Party,

demanded tne resiKnanua oi

President Syngmaa Khee.

nitrio Tp Julv 28 (UP)

."TZXa i isn nnn Texans

An tsuwv ,- -

chose a new uovernor uum
-nJ." i namocratlc trl-

mary election todar" apoKe

their mind on wib u.o.

Court's taxation aecisiou.

"auan shivers was not

candidate for reelection.

tn xas.Uhe Democrat are

it wi .), so it turns ou

D1A u out of td-

none or u

ine vote, u..v -------
k. i..M in four weeks. Rcpubli-

U0 A

..h mn a ranaiuawc n-

gainst the winner m

DUt 11 WOUiB B 4 u -----
ture. t. ,',v'.;.l:vT.''r'':';;'v"'

.t ..iiafa. hsve wasred

the hottest Oubermtorial cam-

oalen in years. eu uumi ""-Pr-if"
interest less than

geiVClS KUR-- that
i. (v. io;a nredictlne tnat


i9niwo fewer vows wi w ;ni-

The polls opened at 7 .m-

(CST) ana Close a. y-
'. t- -iiition to mlcklne i Gov-

.... nrnninuLpn flcitu

ernor, ituwa t

other state oiliciais,. ranB's

from lieutenant governor w
ludee of the state court ot crlm crlm-nal
nal crlm-nal appeals, and fill nine seats

Tmaiva nrmocratie Con-1

gressm'en now In office are un-

opposea. i

vinaniiai oirdM estimated ln-

,nuiH xnmneriKate OtllV

for about one-half to two-thirds

of the 29 million -aoiiars ti way

to build the snip. . ...

DnirH nf TllrpptOrS- W8S

1 III. uvw.u -

ranirlail rnnsiriprlncf diverting

ships from other runs to the An

drea Doria s normal ruine ,iu
thnusanda nf tourists' back tO

the United- states.
6-Ma Psn:l Opens

Ibzrfcgs On Crash.
Ovbr Grend CtHYcn

'-ma arnntnmr T1 -a fTTPS

. WftoniHUiui'i uij ."7r;
nana! arjnnlnted DV

the Civil Aeronautics Board will

open -hearings nexi ween u
the cause of the collision of two
airliners over the Grand Canyon

last month,


July 26i 1956

Mol alrlln rilstOrV killed all

128 persons aboard the plane
The CAB announced the pan panel
el panel members yesterday: The

nnKAi- vlt nhrisn riief Oi trie

Hearing and Reports Division of

uv viiu a

CAB chairman James R. Duuee,

board memDer u. joacvn wi""-"-ti
and three other CAB officials

Iwlll serve on It. i

. ... ; ......
: a TJmiea Tlnirprn'ment ; OTjera

.tvnmmit.fpA which tnves

biulio '-
tigated the crash accused the

"lack of aggressive leadersliip"
in Improving air traffic con

trols. It said tne collision pum.
up the need for a complete over overhaul
haul overhaul nf the oovernment's ap

proach to civil aviation.

Dear Mrs.-McCormack:
I didn't' see your personal note to me until I .'
'",".' returnedto Washington, but I assure you that
- - the letter' signed "A Democr'at' that appeared
1 in the ."Panama American'1 on Saturday after after-'
' after-' ; nooncdnstitute"d a fine and heartwarming wel-
come to Panama' and the Canal Zone. I am
t- tfuly'compIi'mehtVd bV.the;nice,thing6 you say
. about me, and I hope that'l-can continue-to
deserve your confidence and your approval. :

" With "g rate ful thanks" -andTes t"wishe s

' . Sincerely-.

example, to recruit a civilian doc

ior mr one oi me several depart- v
mcnt-head positions at Gorgai
Hospital, the salary inducements
are a distinct bandican.

With .lartara' mmmvm i.u.m

where, '.the Canal often hat to

call on the Army for officer! to
fill theso assignments.
km a vaaiilt 1 t.m.. ..-J

m imju, luillj J1CCU
ed directly by the military are as-
-: i mi : ,.a: 1 t

siBiicu. iiieir relatively oriel two
year tours of duty create a con con-tinuirg
tinuirg con-tinuirg turnover in medical execu-.

uves wmcn some ODserveri con-
irlnr' 'tinHaair&kla Im a lananllal

operated primarily for civilians.

a unuea :rress repon irora
Washington carried the $19,000 fig- ..
lira nn fha rlnvartinr'a aalarv

Union sources here said the fig-
a uraa. (VIA aarhan If raa.hol

the House-Senate conferees 'i'huri.
day night, and there were rumors

on ne zone mat it mignt tuva
gone through at that figure, --i
3C3 InniEles SIri!c;Fi

Prison Boss Reshns?;

WABTPfintS rnnn Jfulv 28

tUP) Ji Warden George Cum-

mlnir raalirnad tndav h(ii t'. V

after 300 inmates staged sW

nour sit down sirixe ai m

necucut tsiate rnsun. :

The resignation was acceptr a
by Gov. A. A.'Riblcoff who had
summoned Cummingj and the
prison's directors to an emer
gency meeting a few hours aft

er tne aisturoance enaeu etu.j

tOday.' r.7,v. fJ. ;V.
The Governor directed SUfJe -Adjutant
General Frederick G.

Relncke to taite temporary com command,
mand, command, assisted by state police
Capt PhlUp Schwartz, Rlblcoft
said, "It Is absolutely essential
that Complete authority be te-

stored at tne prison."
Rlbicoff promised to appoint
. -,l,,aa 4 InvPctlcrBta nria-

B. I7uilllll.liva w .... -' J
oners' complaints which will be

airea at meewng iu hib ia ia-on
on ia-on Wednesday. He agreed with
Cummings that most of the

trouble stems from -anuqum
rnnriitions" at the 129-year-old

Institution. : s ' 1



Mrs.' C.' McCormack
,Bo 253
Ahcon ,
Panama Canal Zon: V

German Court

Keeps Otto Johnv

Behind Bars ."'

HARLERUHE, Germany. July

28 (UP) The West German
Supreme Court ruled today that
double-defecting Otto John must

remain, oenma oars. cum
turned down the former West
German security chief's applica application
tion application for bail for the fourth time

since he returned w tne err. rat
Republic lastv December : i rom
Communist East Germany. T'ce

court saia jonn remains u"r
suspicion ot having commlttei

Olgfl.ireaaon, ;




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WrrLESS ROADBLOCKS in the path of progress,.!
was restoring my flagon spirits at Rolando's Hideaway
the other dav. and at the same time congratulating all

within earshot on the great wave of honesty sweeping
the Isthmus. ." -v
You must have noticed it Here we were, last week

end, with 16 Presidents and three Presidents-elect swarm swarm-ine
ine swarm-ine all over the place, and no one has made off with the)

CanaL.;-' ; ,,' -: '" ; ; ;-
in Sue where the watchmen

were not smart enough to keep tabs pn even one Presi President,
dent, President, Gamal Abdel Nasser by name, and he whipped thai
ditch right out from under them. So we're ahead,-19-1.

Some of last weekend's guests could use a uanai!
Nicaragua has wanted one since before the French began
construction at Panama. Sut Tacho Somoza appeared
placated by the loan of Juan Dommgo Peron, and made
no Nasser-like grabs whatever at the Panama CanaL Nor
the Albrook PX.
; Must be confusing for the Plant Evaluation Survey
boys, to hive Tacho rate the Canal and Peron as of equal
value. 'Back to the ledgers, men. v
I have found the key to the' differing situations pr$-
vnl1in(r Kpro anrl In TTtrtrnt A T tbiA It. Wncc.r has hppn

makinz Dolitical hav at whistle-stoD rallies on the-rail-

J A 1
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iwu ueiween Vairo ana Aiexanuiia. rus Dacn-piatiuun
r1finnrA nf t.h. flnariMora ft ih Wrsfprn iirnrlfl has marlia

headlines at home and abroad. ? ---'i

That is all very well between Cairo and Alexandria,
"but Colon to Panama is Impossible whistle-stopping ter territory.
ritory. territory.
, -Back-platform oratory at Frijoles seldom causes the
- captains of the New York and London Stock Exchanges.

; pius me raris uourser to run ior cover., just iguanas. ?.
Nasser can stand, as he did at Benha station, north
Of Calrct. and rlprlarp that, fnllnnrinff hie enfonro. nf tha

I W.W, II ... UU DVMtlUK vy V4iv
Sue2 Canal, the people were "mobilizing themselves and
standing under arms.".
The statement would s6und ridiculous at Pedro Mi Miguel
guel Miguel station, where the only reason, the people mobilize
is to standv;mder the roof till the rain passes. . v V
Allowing for the inefficacy of the whistle-stop, tech technique
nique technique along the banks of the local Canal, as opposed to
the Suez model, it remains to the credit of all the visit visitors
ors visitors last weekend that none of them tried to parlay this
Panama Canal Into a high dam across the Nile at Aswan.
You'd hardly believe it, but in the whole five-point
declaration of Panama, as signed last Sunday by the
representatives of all but two (Honduras and Colombia)
of the 21 American republics, there was not one men mention
tion mention of a dam across the Nile. :. ....
While credit for the wave of honesty must gb to the
Presidents themselves, other forces were working for pre preservation
servation preservation of the legally-established processes in this area.
, It is clear to one and all that while the foreign minis ministers
ters ministers of England, France and the United States got caught
off base by Nasser's play, the Theatre Guild players were
sensitive to the efficacy of 'Detective Story" as an illus illustration
tration illustration of implacable dedication to law and order.
Who are these dedicated citizens who played so sub subtle,
tle, subtle, apartin seeing the Governor Potter can ilook out
his office window every morning and see that the Canal
1 is still there, just where he left it the night before?
i f ...
' There is John Anist)ti -nrf a pact, nf hr-iiiarH

-, mm yiaMv VA V1IVU(U.UH
Others in this run of the Cecil B.' de Mille crowd scene
were Al Adams, Tush Collier, Bemie Cohen, Phii San Sanders.
ders. Sanders. Frank Plencner. Kuthv wiihtr wy wr.). u,ii

, KUgaUen,Zade Green, BiU Collier, Alex Plotnikoff, Ron

i per; reus Aoams, wancy Aciy, Morton Gornick, John Johnny
ny Johnny WernerPatricia Lee, Paul Mobley, Esperanza Lopez,
H. Russell Carter, Jack Bogg. Shirley Ann Myer, Charles
.Walsh, Murphy McRae and Rosalie Vowel. '
As you see, there was no chance of getting a crowd
'together for a whistle-stop oration,- because the entire
mob was. already upon the Theatre Guild stage, every
night through last night. :
, This, mes enfants, is security at its subtlest. -'
While, under the dlrectiori of Adela Bettis, th regi regi-,ment
,ment regi-,ment aforenamed was discouraging .attempts tojbuild a
dam across The Nil It. aUn tnm.ri in vf.ui..

evening t entertainment, to those who presented their
piastres at the portaL v ... f
I can't remember having seen so. many performers
?W t Snal Znetield of Play since last football season.
Detectiye Story" went on to .score aU sorts of touch touch-downs
downs touch-downs and extra points. 1 v .-
.. I guess Jt scored its main point by rendering tickets
practically unobtainable Jor the last couple of nfehts of
the six-night season. . ... 6 .
I find myself apprehensive for future Theatre Guild
piuctionsv You will have noticed comment concernins
the effect passing trains had on ,"Detective Story t It
; was bad enough, ,
- Now Jhey are erecting lights down at Ancon cross crossing.,
ing., crossing., Remember Ancon Crossing? Tnafs the place stran strangers
gers strangers take for an Indian war battlefield, with arrows lvinir
around yet in vast disarray.
.-w.yeJlnow,'ui!)e8t.1 Cm flSu out from the traffic
Rights the new plan to solve the traffic problem there
is to leave the crossing free for automobile traffic by
routing the trains up Frangipangl Street. J
This i wiir give motorisU easier access to Automoblie
Row, but considering the uphiU puU to the Ancon Com Com-missary,
missary, Com-missary, it is bound to have an adverse effect on .Thea .Theatre
tre .Theatre Guild productions. Trains will chug to excess.
' PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT, this week makes
bow to a brother scientist the deck cadet on the Itai Itai-Un
Un Itai-Un liner Andrea Doria who, upon noticing the Stock Stock-holm
holm Stock-holm to be heavily imbedded in Ws ship, rtoted too
the chartroom and found the Stockholm visible on the
. T&Q&rSCOpG too
. 13 J1 uch appreciation of the endless labor-sav-'
'Son o?1 0f electronic 5cienc5 that inspires the selec selec-2325,
2325, selec-2325, ' I
j the ur 'on Thursday cadet John Conte proved hia
radar to be absolutely right. p 60




STTAT, JCTT 29, 1351

PAC2 TT, .1

jtdi.n Civil Service ll:n:p:ral
Cy Edfess Red Teps Struggle ;

ROME (UP) Michele Can Can-tatore
tatore Can-tatore of the sourthern port city
of Bart thought he had settled his
account with justice when he paid
.a 50-lire (eicht-cent) fine in 1935

for failing to attend Fascist pre pre-military
military pre-military service.
He was wrong. Police showed

tin at his home this May and told

. him the policeman who made out

the fine had forgotten to collect a

registration fee" of 55 centesimi

f 0.088. U.S. cents).

Centesimi no longer exists since
the war-time inflation, but that
didnt let Cantatore off. With 21
years' interest, the sum had risen
to 100 lire (16 cents).
The same day in GaHiate. a

former Alpine troop sergeant
Giubo Padulazza, 63, wounded ana
decorated for bravery in World
War I, hanged himself in despair
after years of vain attempts to get

war pension. ii
These were two instances of
what many Italians have come to
consider as national calamity
pumber one red tape."
Civil servants involved in hun

dreds of such cases every year

claim it is not their fault. They

are onlv following literally the

maze of ministry regulations, I

some of them a century oia
surrounding them .like a spider's

"The civil servants' case is that
they would get in trouble with
their suDeriors if they did not

comolv strictly-with the regula

tions- in a country that worships
the written word.
Only thing to do. appears to be
to kill most of the regulations and

rewrite others drastically a job
that would take any government
years and would run into dozens
cf pitfalls. K
As it was, many Italians, were

trymg to get along by simply ig
tinrinff the regulations.

A few instances of red tape in

Tecent montna incmaea: - r
. Verona. Jan. 17 Police dis

covered Mrs. Anna Antevere, now

78 and living in a poorhouse, dis-

nbeved a routine order to report

to police headquarters in 1937. Po Police
lice Police waived their legal right to
arrest her but sent her for trial

on charges of contempt.

.Pancalli won.' his fifth form cer-j

tiucate at tne age oi si. rancam

had to eroduce the, certificate un-

der new regulations to renew the

- license of his car-driving acnooi.

No record of his original fifth
form certificate could be found

because the school he had attend attended
ed attended as a dot had ceased to exist.

So Pancalli went to school again

for a month to get a new certifi

cate. He passed all examinations
krilliantlv. including, lineine.

Turin, Oct. 28, 1955 Giovanni

Petrinl, 79, received official pa papers
pers papers promoting turn a sergeant of
the Bersaelieri. "Italy's elite

troops. Petrini, a proud old sol soldier
dier soldier who still wears the plumed

helmet and sounds the bugle in

veterans' parades, was proposed

for the promotion when he was a
Bersaglieri corporal in 1898.

; Enna. Sicily, Oct. 8, 1955 The

tax office started paying war

damages which Sicilians the an
cestors of present-day Sicilains

that is suffered at the hands of
the troops of King Francis II of
the two Sicilies- in his war against
Giuseppe Garibaldi. That was in
I860, the year Abraham Lincoln
waa elected U.S. president. The

largest payment was 70 centesimi

(one tenth of a U.S. cent).


); Li..! !r.3Vn !!ns-.
Or Sell Erosicn
Hevc:!cd Dy Export

While most modern farmers rec recognize
ognize recognize gullies and large silt de deposit
posit deposit as trouble that needs at attention;
tention; attention; they may overlook less
obvious signs of erosion, accord according
ing according to a University of Kentucky

oil and water conservation ex expert.
pert. expert. Lyle Leonard.

Leonard, said that appearance of

r new stones and gravel on tne sur

face after a field has been cleared
is usualy a. sign that fine soil has
washed away. Similarly, while

frost heaving may bring small
stones to the surface in some
areas, if the soil beneath a flat

stone is higher than the s o i 1
around it, making a little ped

estal, it indicates that surround surrounding
ing surrounding soil has washed away.

Further exposure of boulders or

oearocs: aiso indicates a lowered
. soil surface. Occasionally a farm

er wno nasn t noticed a gradual
erosion of bis soil will strike with
... his plow a drain tile that original original-:
: original-: Jy was buried deep enough to be
safe from damage.

Exposed tree roots also show

sou washing. r ,

7e$l Disturbed
Over Egypt's Hold
On Libyan Schools

TRIPOLI (UP) Western olK

servers are seriously concerned!

about Egyptian domination of the:

Libyan school system, c,
Practically all the teachers

this strategic dessrt kingdom are

Egyptians western observers es estimate
timate estimate their number at about 500.

The textbooks and' curriculum

also are largely Egyptian: Libyan
officials point out that Egypt is
the one country in the Arab world
that' is in a nosition to exnort

teachers, and Libya has almost

none ot ns own.
The .situation worries western
diplomats because of American
and British strategic interests

here. The United States has a

large air base at Wheelus Field.

anu a di& onusn army conungeui

including a cracK armored unit is

stationed here.

The Egyptian teachers are re

cruited with the help of large

Egyptian cultural missions in Lib

ya s twin capitals of Tripoli and

Benghazi. The teachers reportedly
are paid by the Egyptian govern government
ment government in addition to their salaries
received from Libya.

Western observers say this sys

tem allows Egypt to maintain con control
trol control over the teachers. They say
it assures'' Cairo that the teachers
will spread the Egyptian line in
Libya's schools.

This Is what worries western of

ficials. The Egyptian line is to rid

Libya and all the Arab world of
western influence, they say, and

in this case- it means strategic

bases in the Middle East.

Egyptian influence on the na

lion's students was vwell-demon

strated by a- recent j secondary

school exhibit, here. ,;

soma exammes:

A painting of Libya's hew army

marching through the streets:
trampling an Italian flag. The Ital

ians, who occupied and colonized

Libya, symbolize the "colonial"
west to Libyans.
A map of the Mediterranean,

labelled the "sea of hatred." It

shows bombs dropping from Gi

braltar to Israel. One large bomb

is planted in the middle oi tne
map, with the fuse leading off to
western Europe.. A caption reads,

"Who planted these seeds oi


Other exhibits included student

newspapers with pictures of "ha-M

roes in the battle against col colonialism.
onialism. colonialism. One was the Man Mau
terrorist leader, Jomo Keny atta,

and the paper said he was ex executed
ecuted executed because he "asked for

"The Egyptians are building a

potential mobacracy in the schools

here which wui De a serious
threat to the king or any others
who oppose Egypt,'' one western
diolomat said, v '

The government of Premier Mu

stapha Ben Haum nas welcomed
teachers from other lands. The

government asked the U n i t e d
States to supply two professors for
the recently opened university in
Benghazi. The United States pro

vided one, -1 --

CAPT. BOB PRESCOTT, foreign correspondent for the United
Press, began active duty in tne CAirC Information Services
Office at Albrook Air Force Base, this week for his annual 15
days training as a USAF Reserve mobilization designee. For Formerly
merly Formerly a B-29 pilot and flight Instructor during World War II,
Prescott now is manager of the United Press' Northern Division
of Latin America.. He covered the recent meeting of the West Western
ern Western Hemlspheie's presidents in Panama for the news organiza organization.
tion. organization. Prescott is a native of Los Angeles, Calif. He resides In
Mexico City, headquarters for UJ. operations in Mexico, Central
America and the Caribbean.

Fire Started
By Water Class

Mrs. W.C.- Carroll's water glass
set her house on fire. Fire Inspec Inspector
tor Inspector Glenn Yarger said the water

glass Mrs. Carroll set on her win-

dcwsill magnified the rays, of the

sun and started the fire. ;

Maybe It Was


Double featurc at a movie
here: "I : Am A Camera" and

"Overexposed. ;

One Bulldozer

It's a cinch the finder of an

item advertised in a newspaper
here didnt just stumble over it.
The classified ad listed as found-

one bulldozer. 1 ;.

Musical Bandits

DETROIT (UP) .' Romeo
Cairo told police two men entered
his music and dance studio and
asked him if he had a trumpet
and clarinet. When he produced

the two instruments, the men pro

duced revolvers and departed with

the, trumpet and clarinet.

Pick your countries

your baggage,

and GO
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Made Before Yotf Leave

Miami Is Leading Center Of Legal
Pistol Shipments To Latin America

MIAMI (UP( This Florida

resort city, long a port for smug smuggling
gling smuggling weapons to Latin America.

is fast becoming the leading cen

ter of export tor legal shipments.

Police records here show that

during the month of May alone
1,200 revolvers were sold through

local pawn shops and gun deal

ers. June sales were averaging

about 300 per week, ,.'-.
About 60 per eent of the pur purchases
chases purchases went to. Latin America.

But customs officials here es

timate that pistol exports are

many times higher than the de declared
clared declared shipments. And they said
the bulk of the outgoing weapons

are being shipped illegally.

Both police and customs author authorities
ities authorities quickly pointed out that the
pistol shipments probably are not

being used to arm the revolutions

that so frequently explode in. Lat Latin
in Latin countries. They explain they

are mostly for "personal use."



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S.S. "YAQUE" August IS
S.S. "MORAZAN" ,.. .Aug. 85
S.S. "HIBUERAS" ; ...Sept. 1
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
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8A"SAN JOSE" ....Aug.
A Steamer ........... .Aug. 13
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Robert M. Vollmer. superintend

ent of the Miami police, identifi identification
cation identification and record bureau, ex explained
plained explained that "revolutions are

fought mostly wiht heavy arms

uke machine guns, mortars and
cannons." and the small-caliber

pistols would be of little effec


"Of course," he added, "most

rebels carry sidearms too."
Gun-selling is a lucrative busi business
ness business in Latin America. Voll

mer said. The .32 and .38 caliber

pistols, which can be purchased

in the United States for $20 to
$50 can be resold in Latin Amer

ica for a quick profit of $50 to $60.

A customs office spokesman
pointed out that the Miami police
records do not give an accurate

picture ot toe volume ot tne arms

"Most of the guns are bought in
sections of the country where no
detailed check is made of small
arms purchases," he said. "For
every sale that is registered, prob

ably iwo or inree are not.

. Two Smuggler Typos.

"We know a lot of these small

caliber pistols are going out of

here in large quantities," he add added.
ed. added. "The bulk probably go out in
lots of 75 or 100."
He said his department does not

check all outgoing baggage but

relies instead on voluntary declar
ations and soot checks.

Under the existing law it is il illegal
legal illegal to take more than three fire

arms out of the country at a time.
Larger shipments must be li licensed
censed licensed by the secretary of state.

The customs man said he is

confronted by two types of smug
glers the tourists and business

men who take along a few items
for personal use of friends and
the professional who ships in large
quantities for profit
The big-time smugglers,' he

said, apparently have "connec

tions" at the Latin ports of en

try because the penalties for illeg-

i ally bringing in weapons are very


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SrXDAT, JTLT 23, 1938
J4ow Oo Be Popular
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Bossy Bess One Character
We AH Can Do Without : ;
omen s


A housewife can jet 'to jbe VoNE THING SHE DOESN'T
Bossy Beu without quite knowing KNOW-SHE 'ANTAGONIZES
wont is happening to her. t.
All day lone at home sht makes Bossy Bess cant even let a

tha decisions, corrects the c h i k friend decide where they will have
drtfn, sees that things are done lunch. She can always find some-


unless he watches it, she can
ge( to thinking mother really does
knew best about everything.
When that happens she begins

to fcorrect ber nusband, to oaer a
better way for doing any simple
thifcg he starts around the house
or yard, to advise him on matters

he it perfectly capable ox oecia oecia-ini
ini oecia-ini for himself.

She finds it impossible to let her

chadren make even simple uect
sidns without advise from her.

And once it has gone this far

It is only a step toward being bos:
sy !with her friends.
She offers them unasked-for ad advice.
vice. advice. She tells, them things "for
thejr own good. "She isn't happy
in crowd unless' she has a big
aay-so in everything.

thing wrong with the place the
friend suggests and Always has a

Better idea.

' If she is a club woman she likes

to buck the majority. Thus she

takes more than her share of time

by trying to sea her ideas

The pity is that the woman who

turns into a Bossy Bess if often

an intelligent, active, efficient per

She could accomplish a great
deal if she weren't so bossy that
she atagonizes family, friend and

Bossr Bess rarelv savs "That's

fine" or "That's ji good idea." In

stead she .says, I think it would
have been better if you had done
such and such" or "I have a bet better
ter better idea."


Outside of his Barents' modesty.

there's no reason why Baby can't

run around a shady front yard

naked, games enjoy being. undress

. ed and they are easier to wash off

than the clothes they might wear.
Many enjoy playing with the gar garden
den garden hose.

Preparations to visit relatives

for the summer should include
some plans for getting Baby a
good, firm mattress. It- may be
orrowed r carried with Baby,
but, it should not be an old-fash-
ioned one with a caved-in middle.
Useful for overnight stays whera

mere is no bed for Baby is a
wooden frame built like the sides

of r crib.' It folds flat into its own
carfpn forcarryrag- and is strap-
pcd under an adult: mattress for

use" a

Own Bolk Bi$

AnJ. Small J4als

' Valuable for the Baby who
breaks out when he wears rubber
or Elastic pants are the fabric
oaEers. ,These 'are extra-thickly
padded pants with-tabs for the
undershirt. Some are treated for
watr-repellency. All are air-con-ditioned.
! t:-:
Baby's swimsult may be his un
derfrear, a diaper and shirt or
regular little trunks just his size.
It doesn't really: .matter; But lie
should have something dry to
chaage into after his did, he

getsr cnuied very, easily.

Because he's s m a 1 1 and his
sweat glands may not be working
yetjthe new Baby gets very warm
verj fast. Exercise care- in how
lonf he stays in a car that's in
thejsun or how long he nap ra
his carriage" in the open sunlight.

The matter of the big hat got a

pretty tnorougn going-over at

recent society wedding. Critics of
the young lady's dish-pan hat that
completely hid her face pointed

out tnat Eiizabetii u unfailingly

wears a small hat that reveals her

whole face to the public.

women in pontics and women

who hold gavels over large clubs

know this. Their small hats mav

oe found firmly anchored on too

of their heads, invisible except for

uie eage.

This goes back to the old-fash

ioned principle of the theater hat.
Any woman who wears a platter
to the theater is Koine to have to

pay the price of unpinning the hat

ana unsettling the couture under

it. A tiny hat is the one most
women wear to the show or theater.






The ladylike look for summer Is endorsed by designer Vera
Stewart, who likes-clothes with an easy, genteel air. Pale blue
dress (left) has scoop neckline embroidered with ehalk white
beads. Sunback dress in sapphire blue (center) has its wn
dyed-to-match cashmere sweater. Sweater gets embroidery ef

chalk white beads la floral pattern. There's a matching applique
oa the bodice ( the slim dress. The nary cashmere sweater j
appears (right) ever White sharkskin sheath that's sleeveless, i
Cardigan sweater is banded in white grosgrain, has small gold
stirs on the shoulders.

ul.""M.uT u I NEW YORK (NEA) Increas.

en-rorgouen point or tne .t l m ejjngh, the soft and ladylike look

and place for everything. The big is becoming important to fashion:
hat was in such ascendency this I Feminine lines... soft frabrics...

nrinr ik.t m.nv I irncile-1 o o k 1 n g shoes... Mini

this vital fact.

The big hat fs perfect for a day

in the sun. At a county fair or a

dog. trial ,lt keps off the! sun. A

big hat is poor for a day in. the

wind. In' a car or out in the win;
dy open, It's a lot of trouble. 1
The Smal1. hat is good to wear

wncj oxners must see around or

over you. The small hat may keep
the hair down in a day of hurry,
put the small hat will do you no

gloves., colors with the delicacy

cf afterglow: mauve, water
green, the palest of blues.
i t I
In summer clothes, this look
takes one of two general trends!
the slim daytime sheath in soft

silks or linens or cottons, and the

dress with the wide skirt for after-five,
The genteel air expresses itself
in ladylike dresses for country and
casual wear, dresses that keep
comnanv with their own dyed-to-

malch cashmere sweaters. Detail-

good when you must be picked out!"12 is fine and often, appliques as
in a crowd. And it may lack spir-'j1 as color mate dress to swea swea-it
it swea-it at a garden party. 1 J .,v;''a,x, :'V '"
. j I Cotton batiste sho'ws4up for ove-
A woman should own both andinjnir in dresses with wide skirts

wear each when appropriate. land tiny ruffles of lace. Or, there few?.

are drifts of pastel organdie, ro romantic
mantic romantic and cool. ;
Setting off such clothes are airy
sandals or slim, sleek pumps,

slim white gloves and frosty, deli delicate
cate delicate jewelry. A big black velvet
how for the haU: a fresh and im immaculate
maculate immaculate look these, too are es essentials
sentials essentials for, summer wear. For the

ladylike look, which will find for

mer expression in (all fashions, is
quite the prettiest look we've had

in seasons.




NEA Food 'and Markets Editor

Chef Phillin Harben of London.

England: is now here in the United

States. The British Travel Agency

is sending him to various cities
to demonstrate how good English

dishes can be. Melton Mowbray

Pie is one of his recipes. These

nies are eaten cold and out of

hand in England. Want to try a

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Chef Harbcn'S recipe, simplified

a nuie ana not so time consum
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Melton Mowbray Porlf Pie

Crust: 5 cups flour. 1 teasnoon

salt, 1V cups shortening, 1 cup

water.- -
' i t
: Fillinf : IVi pounds lean pork, Vt
cup diced oniony t 3-ounce can

chopped broiled' mushrooms, Vt

teaspoon cloves,- W teaspoon, hut
meg, Vt teaspoon cinoamon. 2 tca

spoons salt, X teaspoon pepper,

m cups wen-seasoned meat stock.

3 envelopes, unflavored gelatin,-

Glaie: 1 egg, X teaspoon Water.

but flour and salt together.

The matter of taste is something

learned either from an exception

al teacher or by bitter experience.

There are few grown women
who dont remember the first
dress bought on their own. Their
mothers advised against it, but it

was bought none the less, ine luc

ky ones were persuaded out of it

hall an nour oeiore r we nance.

The unlucky ones wore it.

Most teen-agers cringe in em

barrassment for the other girl

SK a" ttfe'Vt' Seg dVeTte the BoSSH
kSSI "... i ,Lf Sfr r.!'Many teen-agers know how it feds

alufcj ,t tv ut muiax. U(lkU- AlUUt,

moistened. Press .. dough into

A simmer night with "nothinc t do" ran profitably be usrd as
a night m ratch up on beauty. A face cleansing (left! with baby
il takes off the day's makeup and relieves nun-caused dryness.
The nil rtavs in all evening. Fingernails tel a five-minute soak

(center) in baby oil. Then the ruticles are rubbed with a rough
terry towel. Even ragged cuticles ran be soaked into' softness
this way. White baby lotion and a rest with the feet np round
out the evening of pampering. v

Ejery girl turns up with a night
she;didn't expect to have on her
hands. A date gets sick or the par.
ty'sTcalled off of the bridge game
fold. And there '.she is with a
whole lovely evening to herseUV,
Somehow, the mere fact that
the didn't expect to have this
nigfJ, the fact that her dress is
pressed and lovely the fact that
she was looking forward to her

ui piaus uiese wings mase ersome tasks aunng an
thwvening not lovely at all. lolanned'fnr fun

painting the back of the bedroom
door cerise or experimenting, with
cutting off a, pair of slacks. The

results were awful and the evening

But the mood of disappointment
and discontent hangson. It makes
it impossible for a woman to do
the laundry or that much-needed
mending or mend the baby's toy.
It seems to mean to do such both-


VJen they were much younger

woiawn solved the problem of
whdrto do with such an eveninc

by messing in mother's jewelry or up with baby oil and cotton balls. I cuticles back.

The most satisfactory wbv to

spend such an evening is one .one's bout five minutes. A rough terry

Work until the last cotton ball
comes away clean. Then cover the
face with a fine film of baby oil
and settle into the tub for a good
lonfc soak with subs and bath oil.
After the bath, get into a com

fortable bathrobe and settle into

an easy chair with all the mani

cure equipment, a mirror and

hairbrush, ....
Remove the old nail polish and
shape the nails. Soak the nails in

a shallow dish of babv oil for

Give the hair the long-neglected
hundred or more strokes with the
hairbrush. Work up from the back
of the neck. Put the head down

between the knees and brush hard
from the scalp to the ends. 1

Use a good lotion, like a baby
one, on the bands and rub it In
well. Rest with the feet up while

doing uus.r .... i

And then get to bed early and
don't read too long. This is an

evening well spent and most worn

n fin1 it rlnncn't lnav thorn with

self. First, take off all the make- towel should be used to rub the the sense of sclf-irritation that

hall nr,- U f th Anah XiL mere are no ngiu, oy

.TJ. r.V.j r ?. ...of taste. To say better be under

viu reniinur oi aouxn-into lit j .j a.'. ......j...4

pieces. Boll these into 6-mch Cir

cles and fit into deep 2Vi.fnch
muffin pan, Roll the larger piece
into a circle about Vi-inch thick.

With a 3-inch cookie cutter, cut

out six circles to us as tops and

with a leaf-shaped cutter cut 18
leaves each about 1-inch long to

use as decorations. With- a very

small cutter or knife, make a hole
about H inch across in each circle.
Cut the meat into 44 inch pieces
and place in bowl. Stir in onions
and drained mushrooms. Add sea seasonings
sonings seasonings dissolved in mushroom
juice. .Fill the shells, to within
inch of the top. using about Mi cup

of the meat mixture for each pie.

riace pastry cover on top 01 tne
meat. Pinch edges of shell and
cover together, fluting, them by
using the thumb and forefinger.
Blend together the well-beaten

egg and water and use to brush

the-top of the pastry, riace Z

pastry leaves on each pie

to disaster on occasion. Many

women remember the night they

met their future father-in-law nat nattily
tily nattily dressed in slacks' and sweater;

There are only a couple of smail
rules that hold true. Perhaps they

are a help.

No woman was ever tarred and
feathered for going, without nail


Starting out clean, be it to a

nicnic or a party.' is never wrong,

Clean hair, clean skin and clean

elnthes are alwavs1 rifiht

Clothes, worn or newshould be

in eood reoair.

A mirror and her own sense of

being well-dressed should be a

woman's fashion helps.

and then refrigerate until chilled.
Meanwhile,' soften gelatin in
cup of cold meat stock. Mtlt over
hot water and add remaining

and! stock. Chill until the consistency

brush these with the egg glaze, of egg white. Pour about U cup
Bake in 425 degree F. oven for 15! of the gelatin mixture into the

minutes, then lower heat and bake hole of each pie, using funnel or
at. 1 1 a a. a j -I .. v ;i -i T ntll

another 1H hours at 375 degrees
F. Remove pies from oven. Cool

small pitcher. Refrigerate
gelatin is set. Serve cold.'


Tq1$ Don't tit and wait
lrJlJjL for MUdy Luck" ...
I w& G and meet her : .1
ff, i:;:L ?m!ih iwA'ERICMJ
1 vu effective seffinj I

I painting the door cerise does.

Most mature women in the
course of time become grandmoth-j
ers. The childen, may be her ownj
children's children, or they may

be a neighbor's, but aP the same
she finds herself i n v a d e d by
youngsters .'again after many.

years. :v
- It takes some -setting -used to.

Things may" have gotten a little
fussy since the woman's children
grew ud. But most women find it

worthwhile to adjust again, to

youngsters and their ways. ,t
An invasion of grandchildren, if

expected, should be met witn a
cotton or other washable dress.
Kids are- messy.. They slop food,

they require picking out of the
mud. If there is a grandchild in

arms, a grandmother would be

well-advised to -wear an apron

when the child arrives for a visit.

A mother feels uncomfortable if

she feels her-child is causing up

set, but if she sees that her moth

er or mother-in-law is already in

durable clothes, she doesn't min4
handing, the. -child over, -
Kids, love bright e b 1 6 r t, the

plain,-;' -clear--: ones. "If a' grand grandmother
mother grandmother make a hit with
a baby or toddler, she need only
wear a bright red apron. The
child will probably gravitate to it
..j4eharm," the mariner .' that
looks down on ,: children .and
makes fun of them, is a sure, way
to lose a i child's confidence. A
woman whose manner says, that
she is sincerely interested ht the
child for his own sake Will be
eharming to the child, .
Those shoes you bought' in
moment of youthfulnes may be
greeted with "where did Granny
get those funny-lckjking shoes?
There's no need to try, to be 20
for'your "grandchildren-They like
you because you are ,a grand-'
mother and mos definitely not
their mother. They like you be because
cause because you're different and special,

1912 -SlieatL Wahi (arneldcli

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The IMS theath look is the evening look for autamn, 1956. We
JhoVhere the short version and .the. ong versioii;
rraceful TOuiel back. Ice pink silk satin sheath (left) by Braneli
EStopiWaWmbwti in crystal beads and anMM
loose back panel. The long slim evening dress (right) by
&e to Samuel Winston is In a very toe pale blue silk faille
with rhinestone embroidery at bodice and slit hemline. -Mit
reveals fan-shaped pleat of pale blue hijion. Huge w Wth
wide streamers creates panel-effect back. . s. i v s ". ',

- NEW YORK (NEA) The 1912 look is via the' softened sheath and
sheath complete with floating pan- in delightful colors: pale s of t
el, bugle beads and soft draping 'blues and pinks pale beiges and

brings ah entirely new look to this

year's evening gowns, both short

ana long. v
Strapless necklines are used for
both short and long gowns of great
elegance. 1
- Panels may float front or back.

For the sheath, the panel -is at attached
tached attached at the back. For the Em

pire look, it floats from just un under
der under the bustline in graceful, flut-

tery dresses both short and long.
The sheath is .worn for 5 o'
clock dinner and evening in vari various
ous various versions. It gets crystal bead

ing on chiffon and silk satin, ap

pears with high sashes and in tu tunic
nic tunic effects.

There are still bouffant gowns,

the Edwardian pastels (dove, gray,

paie mauve.;.! i
Black silk crepe appears id slin slinky
ky slinky dinner sheaths and there art
many black silk evening dresses
with white trim. ?
m"-' fc-f ..-.. '" -s
Silk satin is, an important eve evening
ning evening fabric this year; so is chif chiffon.
fon. chiffon. There are more metallic fab fabrics
rics fabrics and brocades, more shine of
jet and rhinestdnes. 1 ;;. 11
Higher waistlines are used for
all evening gowns from; 5 o'clock
on. These may be dona -with
crushed girdles or wide banding
or seaming and bows. Sometimes
contrasting tops are used.
' "At home'' dinner sheaths sug

gest a more formal at home look

lovely ones, in both short and lone when anything (felt skirts, then

lengths. But the freshest evening I pants or even hostess .robes) went,




The blark-and -white summer fashion story Is told here In terms
f Susy Perettf's daytime dress In blark woven Cotton. With it
the model wears Lilly Oarhe's white pique hat. Drni has big
capelet collar and a double row f deeorative buttons that sug suggest
gest suggest the Empire line. By GAU.E DKiAS, .NKA Women's Editor.




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MR. AND MRS. GERALD tAWSON DARE leaving 8t. Andrews
Church, Cocoll, after their wedding last Sunday. ., The bride was
Miss Mb Marie Keller, daughter of Mr. and ; Mrs. Johu Q.
-,-., Keller of Cocoli. v'.'": ';.--

f ( Mn Charles Stillman, vice president of Time Inc., waS
fuest of honor at a star lrtncHeon- fiv en by Mr. C. Tiffany
Richardson Jr. at the Union Clubr yesterday,
- Mr Stillman, who arrived yesterday morning from Gna
temala on a. rip throughout South America, is travelling T
with hi wife and their son Mr. Charles Stillman Jr. They They-plan
plan They-plan to spend about two'days m Panama. 1
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Colombian Minister
Of Fortign RtUtiont
Entortajnod 11
; The. minister of Foraign Rela Relations
tions Relations and Mrs. Alberto Boyd save
iHimu' Thnrertaw nicht in honor

of the Colombian MinfcUr of For-,
ign Rftlattoni, Dr EY,st. 9-

ra ait thir wfiV la ftt-

.end the inaligurstiott oTths nev!
president of Peru, pr.vManuel

' Doll
At Ferr Kobbe 1 '

vhh summer recreation school

ave their contesting counterparts
c. .mnatitinn mi Mftfiriav morn-

iag, during the Post's annual doll
.Att Th nveot marked the

half-way. point for the program s
activities., :'K v

Approximatelr 100 'c o d s,
- ranging from fiv Jo 12 years of
' age, entered the contest displaying

moppets included Korenft Jpi Jpi-Chinese,
Chinese, Jpi-Chinese, ban

Bias,' brindal and nursey rhyme
doHs.V :-:;0:V'"'"-"
Grand prize winner were chos chos-,.
,. chos-,. Mimvinff citeeories:

largest, smallest, funniest, most
unusual and oldestthe latter in
which a 57 year old China doll

. took first place. ; .
u'Snninir pnntMt9nf receivea

-'Strike It Rich" games, fountain

pens ana Doxea nanaercuwi. if
Judging the contest were Mrs.

JAlCKey Bogie. " v- -Campbell
ana Mrs. Marge J o h n-
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Ktppa Sigma Fraternity

win nam Ruin..
All members of the Kappa Sig Sigma
ma Sigma fraternity residing to Panama
' and the Canal Zone will meet at
the Hotel El Panama to celebrate
1 nlA W a I St

their annual -reunion- v
has been: 'set for Friday, Aug.

i All tJ"" ;
who have not made previous con-

will be presented tonight begin-

ning at 8 p.m. Music will be fur

nished by George Millers combo.

The young ladies of the USO USO-JWB
JWB USO-JWB have been invited to attend

the popular monthly affair.
Sponsors for the dance are Mr

and Mrs. Sam Kardonski. Mr. and

Mrs. Walter Kardonski. of Pana

ma City, Republic of Panama: Mr.

and Mrs. Mickey Kaplan; Mr. and

Mrs. Solomon, Kaplan of, Rodman,

canal oe. ,i.
(Continned an Page V


tacts h Panama,' and the Canal

Zone are cordially invited to at

tend. If you are interested please

contact one of the following per persons:
sons: persons: Architect Gustavo Rosania,
phone 1636 in Colon: Jess Carver,

phone 3235, in Ft. Amador, or An

tonio btanziola, phone 2-1833 in Ba Bahama,
hama, Bahama, ' , ''
lAwt Cooking CammhW r

The Inter-American1' W b m e ri's

Club Cooking Committee invites
all its members to a luncheon, to
be held Thursday at the Panama
Golf Club. Reservations, which
can be made by. calling any one
of the following umbers, may
be made until Tuesday. The phone
numbers are Ralboa 3485, Pana
ma 2-0518 or' Mrs. Ligia Pe Arias
at Balboa 4281. ., ' te

Daniel Brlceurt Drawing Crowd

To Schuman.. Concert
The National Orchestra's C on oncert
cert oncert scheduled for next Monday
has aroused great enthusiam a a-mong
mong a-mong Canal Zone, residents. Many
tickets reservations have been
made, and -a sell-out is expected.
Only two box-seats and a few Or Orchestra
chestra Orchestra seats are still available.
Although the Orchestra's reputa-
tm in ifculf ft hnY nfflPA fit

traction, Daniel Ericourt, who will

be the Soloist on tms occasion, is
no doubt responsible for ; the ex extraordinary
traordinary extraordinary ticket demand. Eri Eri-court's
court's Eri-court's interpretation .of S c h u u-mann's
mann's u-mann's Concerto inA. Minor for
piano and orchestra, will be long
remembered by local music 'lov

ers. ;

RMfirvatlons mav be made by

.tiilnir the Fine Arts Department.

2-0258. The ticket office at Nation

al Theater will be open, Monday

at noon, u uckcu i iuu availa available.

8he concert. Will becm at 8:30

p.m. sharp. 4-; (S
'Orchestra Dane;' y -O. .'!


Julv'a version tf the USO JWB

popular monthly Orchestra Dance

Each Notice ler incluuoa in Ikil
clymi ahrald be aubmined in
tyM-writtea form' end maiM te m m-of
of m-of the hea aembera Jittt eaily i4
"Social Ind Otherwite," or ooliver4
4 hy hand to the oict. Natkoa of
mootinft Minot he : accepted kf
telephone. T
Istkmlan. ilurui ...w : ;7.tI

Association 4i ; vv f j
Tne regular meeting of the Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Nurses Association will, be

oeia on weanesaay at (:au p.m.
in the Conference Room at Gorgs

Hospital., v: -. y r :
Final Plans will be 'made hi i

visit of. Mrs. Judith Whitaker De-

Sut.y Executive Secretary of the A
i. A., who will, arrive on the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Aug., 18. 1
All membrea are requested to at attend
tend attend this Very Important meeting.
Gov Potter Will Speak 'I

Gov. E. Potter will be t h e

principal speaker at the July meet meeting
ing meeting of the Panama Section of the
American Society- of Civil Engi Engineers
neers Engineers will be held tomorrow night
at the Tivoli Guest House The
subject of the Governor's talks will

De "initial Impressions ",
The meeting Monday night will

be an Informal dinner meeting for
members, their wives, and guests.
Dinner will be served at 7:15 o'
clock after cocktails which,wiil be
served beginning at 6:30 o'clock.
The cost of the dinner, including
cocktails, wiU be $3.00 a person.
Fort Kobbe Wives "' t l
Arirad Far Matnitalltv Kit V

At the regular coffee and bus!-'

ness meeting of the Fort Kobbe
Officers' Wives' Club oh Thursday,
members are urged to bring con contributions
tributions contributions for hospitality kitt to
make life more comfortable : for
newcomers to the post, Mrs. W.
H. -Griffin, chairman courtesy kits,
has announced that cooking, uten utensils,
sils, utensils, glass were, china ware, gadg gadgets
ets gadgets or any useful household item
will be exchanged for three chanc chances
es chances for door prizes.
. Hostesses for the coffee h our
which will begin at 9 a.m. at the
Fort Kobbee Officers' Club are
Mesdames Edward Allen, A. J. An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, Lee Basham, and R.
Blalisdell. Reservations or canel canel-lations
lations canel-lations may be made before noon
Wednesday by telephoning Mrs. L.
Zislis, 84-4181.
I.AWTON. Mich. UP1 Fif-

tteen-month-old Kathy Stoker, who

learned to waut just a tew momns
ago, can roller skate, Mrs. Charles
Stoker, her mother, said Kathy

can lead her two older sisters a

"merry chase" on skates.

MISS COLLEEN CLEO BARNETT The engagement has. been
announced of Miss Colleen Cleo Barntt, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs.-Larry -S. Barnett of Cunindu Heights, .to. Sgt. Raymond
Vance Vaughn, son of Mr.-and IWrs. Call V. Vaughn of Gideon.
"MlssourL The wedding will take place September, 29 at the
i-.'i .Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Dajr Saints in Balboa. 5


rresenrs rro

Canada, airlines here solved the
problem of air-expressing a long

metal tube to Toronto by unscrew unscrewing
ing unscrewing the plastic' nosepiece In front
of the pilot's seat and shoving -the
tube lengthwise through the cqek cqek-pit.tq
pit.tq cqek-pit.tq the cabin, J
The nose" piece .Sf as refastened
and the plane took. off Three days
later came in urgent message
from Toronto, J ....... lf t
"'We give up.' it read. "How did
you get it in?" v ;
Guys Named Smith
NASHVJLLE. Te'nn. (V?) ?
Mrs. A. V. Newman attended, a
"Smith" Wedding. The bride and
bridegroom both were Smiths, the
soloist and organist also were
Smiths, as were most of the at-:

Group Raising

Of Children


Children reared in their own

age group, apart from their par-1
ents, can be unselfish and have a
highly developed knack for team

work and lew neuroses.
This is generally true among
children reared outside the family
in the Kibbutzim (collective settle-1

menu; in Israel, according to Dr.!
Albert I. Rabin, a Michigan State
University psychologist. He recent recently
ly recently made a full-scale study of the
Kibbutz young people during a
sabbatical leave in Israel.

Nurses and teachers take the
childreL at birth and berin

them apart from, their parents.

jne oniy contact tne children have
with their parents is for two or

inree nours during the evening be because
cause because the parents work for the
community during the day.
Dr. -Rabin reached these general
conclusions after the stnrtv n.h

.children have a-knack for team-

woric and an unselfish high level
of devotion to the group.
He found though thst-tha hii.

dren are retarded in their speech
development, .apparently because
they associate mainly with chil

dren tneir own age. i
. Children in the Kibbutzim' ire

more serious and dont laugh as cmidren reared in the
home, Dr. Rabin said.. .
Discipline is in the hands of the
nurses and teachers,' not the par parents,
ents, parents, .;


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Potatoes Tailored
To Taste Mealy. ;

Crearhy Or Smooth
OSAGE,' Iowa (UP) C'An
Iowa State College nutritionist says
that new potatoes can be tailored

to the taste." t'"..:..:.v ..

Leslie Smith saiJt hat by adding
a 'pre-cooking step to the making
of potatoe flakes, the texture can
ha'. reffulfltaH Knluraan i Manlv

creamy. or smooth. By mereiyvaryJ

tnp .the cooking times- ana tem temperatures,
peratures, temperatures, the different textures
can be obtained,' he said.
Smith said the- development of
the pre-cooklng process makes it

oossible to use "low-sona pota

toes' which previously had too

much water in them to make flak-

injf practical. '--. v
However, Smith added, It will
be some time before these new
potato products are at the corner
grocery store. He said that they
have not gone into : commercial
production yet. itr

'land 'roymm,J ruii

3roni Breahfad Bedtime

- .A flar Ml of variety and en entertainment
tertainment entertainment has been planned
for today at the USO-JWB Arm Arm-ad
ad Arm-ad Forces Service Center. .Re .Reduced
duced .Reduced to the lowest cost possi possible
ble possible nothing- Sunday' enter entertainment!
tainment! entertainment! will be varied And P-
pealing. ""OV-:
' -30-ll:S6 a.m.Breakfast."rro
charge, bf course, fiit around,
eat and talk with your friends
or acquaintances. Good way to
find out what's been going on
around the other part nd in
Balboa.- -.
1 2 00-3:30 p.m. Tryouts for ra radio
dio radio rocrrams to be presented at
the USO-JWB. -Twenty-minute
plays will be perused for the fu future
ture future entertainment of those
having Sunday breakfast. The
cnly prerequisite for trying out
1 for part is the ability to read
jngllsn. Great fun; good experi-
M-6o-e:o6 p-rn? Listen to or
lom in with Miss Dolores Lea Lea-cock
cock Lea-cock as she playa your requests
on the piano. Miss Leacoc.k. cur cur-iiitly
iiitly cur-iiitly starring at the O.K. Ami Ami-to
to Ami-to Lounge, has a style of play
Smilar to Hazel Scott. You name
it; Dolores will play It: sweet,

hot,' sentimental, dreamy, jazzy
rock and roily.
6:00-8:00 pjn. Time to recu

perate, ping pong and pool or
TV are available. So, relax, take
It easy because...
3:00-11:00 p.m. Here we go
with .the Monthly Orchestra
Dance featuring Oeorge Miller
and his boys. Always big. ever
popular, this dance needs no in introduction.
troduction. introduction. It's the dessert for
Sunday feast that will be enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed by you today.

a." Ai j

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Orarije Flavor p.
Doctor Approved, ,


- In the air-conditioned
11:39 ROOM-11:39 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Marvellous combination of
breakfast and lunch for
Sunday late risen!

Choice of complimentary
cocktail and a really mouth-
- watering menu.
Music by
.at the organ.

playing the piano In the
BALBOA BAR 10 p.m. to
2 a.m. tonight. Tiies,
, Wed. & Thurs.
en lay jrsnntlf It'i
cluaatt thaa jrM thiak at
A Kirkcby Hotel

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- rauphobfara4: $50; mihogany
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consola andt $50; iarga yallow
atring rug $20; hand-blockad ""
' linan draaariaa $10; 8 pn. ruf-
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X modarn chain $20 aa.; ward ward-raba
raba ward-raba trunk "Oikoah" $40; f f-fa
fa f-fa tibia $5; bad.ida tabla $10.
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Cangrajo: 3-4977.
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9(12,' 1 fibar rug 9x12; 1 grata
' rug 1x10; 1 Chinaaa ehaat of
, drawan; I daik; 1 chaw banch
and chairt; vanatian. bliadi
Cat' and 4'xlO'i drapaa; 4
chaata of drawara 25"x25"x5t"
with 14 drawan uitabla far ;
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1 bookcaao; lampi; Xmaa lifhta
. and omamanta; Sunbaam M M-matar,
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faa cof-faa makar, Colaman lantarna,
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the nation, with a seating capacity
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Tne multi-talented Jean
sonal triumph In a musical

jdous" turns her abilities to an absorbing and emotionally
dramatic role in "HILDA CRANE." the 20th Century Fox

.Cinemascope, production:
jean Pierre Aumont, opening
vioia xneaire.,

The theme of the Cinemascope production is based on
' a play by Samson Ralphaelson which was presented on
Broadway In 1952. It plunges into the bidden .emotional
deaths of beautiful voune woman' who constantly seeks

' a love arid security that seem to forever evade her. That

' search nas lea ner tome
oi nient-ciuoDing. two

affairs. She is shocked to reality when she hears herself re

ferred to as a "high-class tramp." it is here that tne story
of "HILDA CRANE" Is picked up and developed.

-? Jean Simmons, considered one of the finest young dra dramatic
matic dramatic stars to be found on either side of the Atlantic, Guy
Madison hitting the pinacles of stardom after several suc successful
cessful successful roles and Jean Pierre Aumont, the popular French
.actor who returns to the Hollywood scene after scoring in
several European films, head the cast of this serlsational

arama. ;


FOR SALE: '52 Studabakar
Canvertible Commaadar, whita whita-wall
wall whita-wall tiraa $500. Phana 2-1762
Balboa. ,- .-. '.
MUST SELLw 1949 Ford Six
2-doer, axcallant tramportitian.
Call 2-4124 or taa at 561 1-A,-Hadgaa,
Diablo Haighta.
FOR SALE-1955 M.G, Sariaa
TF. ixcallant condition.. Ona
ownar. Phono 3-1712.
FOR SALE:. 1955 Mudabaker
$1200; Eay miagla ironar460;
Whiriaway waahar $60; all like
aaw. Call Albrook 16-7120.
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v.tirM,' diiactional lifhta chrome
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Power Flita ,tranimiatioa low
5 milaaga. Raaaonabla.' Houie 41,
' Now Criatobal, 3-24S2.
FOR SALE: 4949 Black Pan Pan-tiac,
tiac, Pan-tiac, hydramatk, heater, radio,
plastic aaat icaron, axcallant
condition. Phono Balboa 2989.
House 2501 -K. Coceli
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the' auccessful ; synthesis of the
crude rubber molecule makes uus
country "completely independent
of foreign sources of rubber." -Until
a few : years ago "there
had always been an afea where
the tree product was .better,"
Richardson said. But 'in Decem December,,
ber,, December,, 1954, scientists announced
they had synthesized the crude
rubber molecule, and this "means
we can now duplicate the rubber
we must go half-way around the
world to get," he said.
He predicted .that by 1960 there
Simmons, fresh from her per
comedy role for "Guys and

that co-stars Guy Madison and

on Wednesday, at the bulla
; ,
Dig city and an incessant rouna
ui-iatea marriages ana several love



SAN JOSE INN. m Saa Joao.
Coats Rica, often delightful
all-expeaae throe-day tour ia
cool and beautiful Casta Rica foe
$52.50 pa' penea ia groups af
1 twa at aiero people. For reserve-
tioaa or information, write or
wire SAN JOSE INN, Saa Jose.
Casta Rica.
Mr. Car Ownar: Ara yaa dia
: guated with the present servicing
of your autof Why aotaall John Johnston,
ston, Johnston, guarantosd auto ropiira.
Telopkone 456-A. 1 6th U, Ma Ma-laadoa,
laadoa, Ma-laadoa, Cetoa, R.P.
FOR SALE: 8 aluminum vaae vaae-tiaa
tiaa vaae-tiaa bUnda 55x60 $45; 3 wood wooden
en wooden blinds thrown ia far free.
Call Balboa 3481.
FOR SALE: Aaeariums with
fish, plants; Chinaaa desk, cheat
af drawara, cheat. Phone Nary
FOR SALE: Beautiful pollara
richly manufactured. Via Espaaa
159 (facing aid race treck)..
, FOR SALE: Smell pine treed
and cypress. 'Floriculture Nscle-
i. aaL" Phano 3-4987. n.. i
They're Cute! They're Lovable!
TheyVe playful! They're healthy!
They're Toy Fox Terrier puppies
end they're for sale et FAITH
72 Chiva Chive Road. (See Sign.
8 miles out Trans. Hiway.) r X.
I Ceulda't Say No! .'
To any cute animal I saw. So now
film ttvt miMil U.u.
Birds and other animal oett 1ar
Noil Hole Mural
Used By Church
To Raise Funds e j
waaiunuu anaa. a a i r 1 mtAII aIab
wiu oeip build a new rlHiti t
rZ?tm. f?byteriAir
"""" iu auDuroan aicoue,
.ur:by!ght.foot p 1 two o d
Pf"el. mural of theom theom-pleteri
pleteri theom-pleteri enurpn m. i tj m :
holes, to be Vill lnK', ""J
vuiieii.jun.i nr dAntai j eaet
w vvuiq. A slllu
nZ ..T, "; aecreiary.,
The nail board was dedicated at
cnurcn servicea an vt.
hvJ s? 135 000 the pro proposed
posed proposed Addition. The board is a a-pected
pected a-pected to raise $15,762. ... ;
Half-inch., flat-headod fnniltiM
pails will make up the picture of
the church, said Curt E. Nyberg,
congregation member who de-
signed tne board.
I aT .1.1. 1
uiir- pan. omer mural is re-
serrea xor cnuaren. The younger
church, members can fill in cloud
outlines with 25-cent donations.
will be a 25 to 3 Oner rant In.
crease in production of chemical
Showing et Your Seryict
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; Arthur Kennedy Martha Scott Ooway Martin
" Gig Young Mary Murphy

DIABLO HTS Kirk Douglas & Elsa MartlneUl
2:36, 6:15, 8:05 "INDIAN FIGHTER".

, 7:00 p.m.
2:30 t 7:96
2:36, 1:15, S:1B

CRISTOBAL ' 0a,T Coor)er
2.30, 8.15, 8.20. MITCHELL
..Also showing tomorrow night!
FARAISO 1:15 ft 1:15 "Three Coins in The Fonntaln"
LA BOCA Drama ef the Foreign Legion "Desert Sands"
.SANTA CRUZ Marlon Brando In 'DESIRES"


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mant apart-mant aa Ricardo Ariaa Street, s
Campo Alegre. Bathroom, maid's
room, hot water, aear Via Espa
ia. Phone 3-6846 or 2-2341.
FOR RENT: Modem apartment
aew building: 3 bedrooms with 2 2-betha,
betha, 2-betha, auid'a room with owa
hath, eittinf, dialog rooms, hitch
ea, parch, garage, at 'El Caogra Caogra-b."
b." Caogra-b." building "Meatarroy," Ave.
.Argeatiaa. See De Castro, Ave.
B No. 24. Pboae 2ti616.
FOR RENT-Madera apartment
. 2 bedrooms, auid'a room and 2
' bathrooms. Campo Alegre, II
Ricardo : Arias Straat,: "Nelite
i Building," $100. Ask for Mr.
' Taenia. Phone 3-6174.
FOR RENT Tbmo medera a a-partments,
partments, a-partments, ventilated, aM eoave
r aiences, hot water' mstallatioa, ta
amsH Americea familiea; Burld Burld-ing
ing Burld-ing fust canatructad. One bad-
roam, living ream, dining roam,
kitchen, bathroom. Visit, aa at A
1 National Avenue .(Automobile,
Row), "comer of Mariano Arose--'
,. mana Street pr phane 8-2727
from.2:30.te 5 soi.'.
FOR RENT Famished or aa.
'faraialiod aae-bedroam modem
apartment, garage, 168 Aia Be
.Haaria Porraa,''
FOR RINT-Apartmelrrs, Jam Jam-"arma
"arma Jam-"arma da I Osaa Street, 50 sad
S55, Phone 2-0364.;- -J V- ;-:
Lack Schooling ;
CHICAGO- (UP) Millions
of school-age children art not in
school d a p i t America's cher cherished
ished cherished Aim, of educaton for allr ac ac-cordng
cordng ac-cordng to- a noted educator.
Herold C. Hunt, undersecretary
of Health. Education. and Welfare
said survey! s he w miliions of
handicapped, migrant nr finan financially
cially financially needy children are not re receiving,
ceiving, receiving, an education.
Hunt made the reoort In 'Na
tional Parent-Teacher, official
publication of the National Con Congress
gress Congress of Parents and Teachers.
Hunt said about 3,500,000 chil
dren suitering from physical or
mental handicaps, emotional dis
turbances, or social maladjustment
neeo special neip trom acnoois.
Not more than one-fourth of these
are receiving the help they need.
Hunt said the cost of, educating
such handicapped children is from
two to five times greater than for
a normal child but is far below
the Cost of supporting a non-contributing
member of society. i
: Hunt,'? former School superin superintendent
tendent superintendent at Chicago, ; said more
than a half-million children of
migrant workers! do not remain in
one piece long enougn to mam
tain any degree of school contin
He said great gains have been
made m educating rural youth,
out inai a discouraging r number
of. farm children, particularly in
is aouinern states, ao not attend
scnooi, usually, for financial
reasons. . (
Center Theatres. Today!'
6:16-8:36 Temorrow Night!.'

...Burt-Lancaster ft Anna Magnanl
Richard Wldmark ft Mai ZetterDnf

) Eve Arden In


PHtUIPS OcaaaeMe Cettaeaa,
Saata Clam. Bos 435, Beleea.
Pheaa Pane ma 1-1877. Crista-hall-U7S.
- v v
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Pheaa Paaame 2-1515.
Spend year week eada at Rio
Mar, the best bathing beach la
the Republic, with all caave caave-.
. caave-. aiensea. Moderate pricea. The
aew management b anxious ta
aerva you.
FOR RENT: 1500 caeare me meters
ters meters let end shod ea 45tb Street
Martin Sou). Call 2-0610.
New; Products
NEW YORK (UP) Ice fish
ing may seem a little far-fetched
these days, but when the season
roils around fans- should take
heart in a new. heated fishing rod
haBdle ; ? v
The device, "which comes to the
market under the trade name of
"Mitch's Hot Rod.", snorts a heat
control mechanism for regulating
the amount f heit' you want on
your hand. -l i
For the really cold weather
however, some fishermen may de decide
cide decide to stick their hands in their
pockets and fish with their toes to
keep .these other sensitive append appendages
ages appendages warm. (The Tackle Division
of Vapor Chemical Co., Rives Rives-Junction.
Junction. Rives-Junction. Mich.)-
i 1 eniiaaMmeaai . A
A new baseball 'bat boosts bat batting
ting batting ability by showing just how
fast you swing. The .training aid
consists or a regulation bat with a
flush-mounted,' precision- gauge
rnineddea in .the tip. 4
. me. gauge, calibrated in miles
per hour, ia activated by the bat batter's
ter's batter's swing. A diamond-shaped in
dicator ; moves up. the calibrated
scaie to give. an 'immediate
reading. (Maroth Engineering Co.,
Wilton, Cor4s;w.ItV''
A major chemical company has
eome out with a recharaeable drv
cell battery for use in electronic
pnotoflash equipment.
The battery, being sold under
tne name "Winchester," is re
charged by a special unit which
connects to a 110-volt AC, outlet.
Power is delivered at close to the
initial level through several re recharging
charging recharging cycles. (Olin Hathieson
C h e m 1 c a 1 Corp., New York
A new spray cleaner gets rid of
grease in everything trom motors
and crills to clothins.All Vou do is
spray the surface and rinse. The
product comes in a 16 J aerosol
container, (tuyion, inc., rniiaaei
phia 2, Pa.)


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FOR RENT: Chalet, concrete
and recently painted. Throe hed hed-rooms,
rooms, hed-rooms, diaing-lrving room. Urge
kitchen, atedera service, two
perches, maid'a room with eerv eerv-ice
ice eerv-ice and bath, hat water, garage,
completely fenced $120. For in information:
formation: information: Via Porraa 91-8.
FOR RENT Famished chalet:
Three bedrooms, two bathrooms,
indoor porch. 0 the comer af
40th East end Ave. Mexico. For i
reference call Panama 3-3084.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED. Small eecaad hand
piano. CaH 3-3337.
Wanted Position
WANTED: General work ia
Zone by Wast Indiaa. Car wash-,
lag a specialty. References. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone Balboa 1310, 8-4 Meo Meo-i
i Meo-i day-Friday.


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3:ee Armed Forcee Hour
4:00 Kncore Theatre ...
I :O0 Amateur Hour :
100 News
:1S Coke Time
S:30 Foreign Intrigue
K 70 Pantomime Quia N t
1:30' I Love Lucy--"
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10KW Truth or Consequences
10:30 What'a My Ufa
11:00 News
11 M Lawrence Walk
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Real Estate

' raaaonabla price, property near
. the Casino Santa Clara, Rio Ha-,
ta. 5,425 hectare (54,250 ea.
. meters), all barbed wire fenced,
three buildings ia perfect eeadi
. tien, all modem convenieacea,
- water-mill (abundant water eup
ply all year), garage, entrance '-aa
aa '-aa all weather road, concrete
highway from Panama City ta I
the property, bordering the Me
; jagual Rirery ten minutes by car
to. the Santa Clara Beach, five
minutes ta the Casino. Houses
' am built ea the center, thus
' guaranteeing privacy. Dry healthy
.climate. Apply to Cartes Julia
Quijaae's Office, 8th Street No.
, 5-30, Panama City, Pboae 2 2-2718.
2718. 2-2718.
Well built retirement homea ia
St, Petersburg, Sunshine City, af
Florida, from $7,500. Also rest-
enable rentals. Contact TROY
HAYES, co A. F. WHITE, Real. :
tor 195 9tb Street North. St.
Peteraburf r
IN 195&
Ttl 1-1650. Panami, R. P.
' MONDAY, July 1118.
i:aa aign on .. .. s i .
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4:00 Garry Moore i
4 IS Robert Q Lawla ,-
4 30 Godfrey Tune
4:45 Perry Cemo ::
S:00 On Your Account
1:30 Wlnky Dink A You'
4:00 Panorama News : t
1:00 My Favorite Husband
7:30 Beat The Clock
8:00 Motorola TV Theatre
:00 Media
:30 I've Cot A Secret ".
10:00 Four Star Playhouse
10:30 Talent Scout
11:00 News '
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Movie-Makers R

New York; It's Becoming

Hpllyivopd On


'HEW YORK (NEA) It was
lunchtime- down at the freight
yards. With a warm sun beating
down, the men were lying on the
cindered ground, eating their sand sandwiches
wiches sandwiches and telling jokes. Most

worn leather iackets and caps:

tbey carried wicked-looking cruv-

ed hooks for m o v t n g neavy

IreiPht ovet their shoulders-.

But there was something wrong
With the picture. The lunch came

iron? i fancy caterers wagon
Some of the men's faces were hea

vilv made up. The conversation
and the jokes were about Marlon
Brando and missed cues and TV

'F And then, from one of the
freiebt offices, a big man in a yel

low sweater came out and yelled,
40 K., we're back," and suddenly
the freight yard became a motion
Jbictnre studio.
Some of the freight handlers
turned out to be cameramen and

' they began setting' up the movie
Camera; others were .carpenters
. .'and started hammering together
platform for; the camera there
wer actors, who ; quietly ran
' through lines; one seedy looking
character turned out to be an as-
Qisistant director and all of the
'loafers quickly .went -tework. s
The scene at th freight yards
5 Isn't unique. All a r n d New
Yerlc mere and more Hollywood
i movie companies are at work.
L They're, win the big c It y's
backgrounds, the big city's act act-Jt
Jt act-Jt even the big city's cetnera cetnera-f
f cetnera-f men, and directors. '

5 The New York branch of tne
Screen Actors Guild says there s
4 been an 80 per cent increase in
ithe number of motion pictures
-I filmed in New York1 in the past
year, And many of the better pic pic-turf
turf pic-turf s, like the prize-winning ;"On
tthe' Waterfront" -and "Marty,"
f' -are products of this new eastward
('movie migration.

' There are two big reasons ior
the increase in New York- made
' movies. '-k-r -.-.r 4 v i
I '!The big advantage is- that if s
1 New York." says Michael Myer Myer-'
' Myer-' berg," who c produced -s'Pattenjr
. -here. "New York is rich in pho pho-'
' pho-' tographic values;. Los Angeles has,
palm trees, period."
" "Thii iiflvantBffe?" echoes Mar

I he Subway
. t '
111 1 L irnTj. :


IN NEW YORK CITY FREIGHT YARD, movie director Martin R'tt (right) calls the action at 1
John Cassavetes (left) and Jack Warden rehearse fight scene for "A Man Ia Ten Feet Tall."1,

of studio sjtace for indoor .scenes.

Meyerberg agrees. "There are

no studios in the world like those
in Hollywood,'' he says. ;"But if
you plan carefully, you can do the
job cere. There aren't many stu studios
dios studios some in. Brooklyn and over
in New Jersey so you have to
schedule them pretty far ahead.
But you can do it if you plan a a-head."
head." a-head." Currently, N w "York .'movie

makers' use renovated studios jleft
over front the days when all mo

vies were made here. But j e w

studios are being built. The newly-,
organized Galahad, Productions
has iust finished a five.8torv."nuild-

jng housing vast sound stages,!ed-j

inn rooms, mm vauiisv. omces
dressing rooms and a set-construe
tion shop.

For New York actors, things are

Social and Otli



Luche WiH Play

For "Adult Tewagers"

Sport Shirt Dane

Abou Sisd Shrine Temnle Work

ing Units will hold a sport shirt
dance for "Adult Teenagers," n&t
Saturday, at the Ancon Masonic

Temple. Earl C EngeL Director

for tne workina units of the Tem

ple stated that the affair will open

ai 7 p.m.. wan cocsU Us and hors

d'oeuyres. .Dancing to Lucho As-

carraga s organ, and orchestra will
commence at 8 p.m., and continue
until midnight -. i

Tickets may be secured from

members of the Working Units or!
will be .available at the door. En En-gel
gel En-gel .stated all Shriners and their:
Masonic friends .will be welcome.!
Door prizes, spot prizes and im-

promptu acuvites wai continue for

the evening for all "Adult Tenn-j

agers auung pan. tin are asaea
to follow the "Teenage" theme in
their 'dress.. .-i

Pacific Nsvy Wives-,, '!: ;;';'VV I

Will Tour Psnam

The Pacific Navy Wives' Club
are making a tour of Panama Ci

ty on Thursday, followed by a
luncheon at the Union .Club.

The tour will include visits to the
Civil Affairs Building at Ancon,

The Presidencia; The. Church of

the Golden Altar, and many other
places of interest. The trip will
end at the Union Club where cock cocktails
tails cocktails and a luncheon will be serv

ed., ',,,- I

Buses will leaVe the 15th Naval
District Exchange .at 8:15 p.m.!
Friends' and guests are welcome.
Reservations may be made by
calling ,9 2-3337 i

Dare-Keller Wedding
At St. Andrews
Miss Anne Marie Keller wore a
strapless dress of white satin
and nylon net with a lace bole bolero
ro bolero when she plighted her troth
to Mr. Gerald LaasonDare at

St. Andrew's Church. Cocoli last

Sunday. Father William Bald-

i win officiated at the ceremony,
j The bride, who is the daugh
' ter of Mr. and Mrs. John O. Kel

ler of Cocoll was, attended by

her maid ef honor Mls Virginia

Reinhardt, who wore a gown of

pint crystaune witn a matcmng
bolero. ' : -. :-.
The bridegroom," -who Is the
son of Mr. Hunter Dare and the
late Mrs. Zelda Dare. of Gatun,
chose as his best man, Mr.
Charles Arthur Sherry.
Ushers were Leslie croft Jr.'
and James Jones.
The bride graduated this year
from Balboa High School, and
the bridegroom u a graduate of
Cristobal High. ,
A reception was held t the
CO. Club at Fort Clavton. fol

lowing which the couple left to

Something Done
bout The Wcatbr
RIVERSIDE. Calif. (Uf 'S-J
Scientists at the University o? al4
fornia are taking" a gentle-funs'
from Mark Twain and are c in
something about the weathe' -oni
a small scaUV'-'-r":'-
- V '; h v .-
The scale is so small, howtri
that they are exoerimentinBmlv

with the. weather close to-Ttie;

ground which. Is known, scientific

call', as microclimate. r :

The object of the experiments fsJ

a- search for various methods of

protecting the growth of yom

plants so that "vegetable growers

can produce crops 'during a

season for which they are not

normally adapted.
Two methods have been experi experimented
mented experimented with "hot caps", and

"Brushing." -,.. t-

"Hot- caDs' placed over tiny

plants will afford about five de degrees
grees degrees ef frost protection and tan

raise maximum day temperatures

! by 20 to SO degrees. "Brushing

spend their honeymoon at the 'involves strips of paper supt
Hotel Washington. ; ; t ; ed by laths set im
They returned this week end sides of plant rows. These afford

w J4UWC iu wiiiiKin i wina ina irubi pruiev-uuu ww
son place,. Balboa. : . ,- as raising air, temperature. j v




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' Sold in til Drug Stores and usid by tht beat Beauty Parlors.
v Second Diagonal (Old 'A" Street) No. 7-27 Box No, 297 Tel. 2-2971

beautiful; Between TV dramas 'part

most of the live ones' Still come

from here and TV filmed com

mercuis a vast majority of them

are made in New York and now
the movies,- they're finding jobs

more trequenuy.

Djwn- at the freight 'yards, v it
was auitting time: The actors and

the cameramen and the grips

walked out, joining the real rail railroad
road railroad men In the battle to get bus

seats, it was nara to teu them a

The Most Happy Fat Girl

A Told T Dick Kleiner

r r


NEW YORK;(NEAi To begin
with.' r am a h(avv woman.

tin Ritt, who's directing the freight r "Fat," I ttink; is" the common

! yard picture, which will 'be called, word for avoirdupois. And, when

"A Man Is Ten Feet Tail." "lnavs i look back on it, I can't ever re re-;
; re-; simple it's great here.. There's member the time when I wasn't

flavor ana auinenucny every neavy mat is.uui, Deiieve me,
i wbtre you point a camera." that does not in any way prevent
'.. i : ? ime from living a full and wonder-

The ether advantaje Is t b a t ful life.

New York has a bigger pool of

r trained and talented actors than
Hol'ywoodIn lead parts, it is dif
4 ficult for New York to match Hol-
v f lywood's glamorous names but for
'i a picture' that wants good acting
even in bit parts, New York can
'Call on its bottomless reservoir
' of stage and television actors. "On
'i the Waterfront" and ''Marty" are
i good examples of that,'U?; y-
! So is "A Man Is Ten Feet Tail."
- It stars John Cassavetes and' Jack

Warden. Cassavetes,, long wml-

lnent on TV. has
t previous picture

Most large ladies (as I prefer to

call them) and some large gentle

men use the lact that they are o-

verweight as an excuse for with

drawing from society; Actually,
what they are really doing, I think,
is withdrawing from life in gener general
al general so. 'when they become 'social

failures, they constantly, feel sorry!

lor themselves. a ...?: i
This is so much .nonsense. There

is no reason why a heavy: personl

cannot lead a Derlectiy

happy life, socially. and otherwise;
i- : i j u l : 1 1


made only .one f provided they are physically fit

previous plcture-Uie JSiew;. xor-M

mace ';t.nme in -tne ;Mreeis.
Warden has a. few bit movie parts.
' bui fs a veteraaIew Y0rktsge
x and TV .actor. -: ,.'-'' v-i.. i
f This' p : brutal. picture, fuJI of
. knork-Uo wh- fights.- -The men wear
sponge rubber, taped to their, bo
dies undtTneath. .their" e 1 d t h e s:
Thc'r bruises are already painted

:t on their faces, the blood looking a

like1 rrane iellv; ';' '.

The cast and crew wait for an r;
hoir for-the sun to come out a I am five
nrnnlcm' that "Hollywood doesn!t weight ..'brings-

i have and then they go mto ae

ton. W arden, who ; has J u s

anri ahe 1 rin. I am a most haDDV

person, for tbe m,o$t part, and am
now enjoying more success in ray
singing career than ever before,

manic me ooa Liom. .-. .i
When I find time for recreation,

I enjoy many sports like riding,

. i

"I don't think my .'size has been a handicap,''


awimmiM and boating-esDecialivi ....

BOATING. I can't think Of anythingj .. decided I had to' make U'peoWcfifclhe' inividualitv that

more-relaxing than coating,-1 ra raD,t of what I had to offer. I was counts Si::Mt A.


. most of all I had a sense of hu-'i I guess yf i' pretty

; ' mor, the development of which has jwhen .yotf' are heavy, to keep it
ttet tw and." my made it mv Breatest oossession: irnm hnthorind: vmi Th thins t

me closer to 2W1 : i am vrv careful about clothes. liln.-I think i n nnt it

- puuuui uim w iuw. me pasi ia years ive. spent in maae me most oi n. Be aware

i passing over k e(iuy, en t show'- business v-nave .not .. always

and I. refuse to become- a -neH alwavs had to shop carefully. I

rsttfl r tr nrnrviriria nnrair u l i m -w

:,e d t ; j f ivUHivu A vauuu

I won't deny having tred to, diet clothes,.t since they do not compli-

cannot wear


o r n at e

knocked Cassavetes down. walks wouldo

awav. from the camera-He thinks,l'd love

Cassavetes is out for keeps From
off .camera. Cassavetes calls
fe harlev t .

.J,: from time to time, henousiy, too.fment an ornate shapoi

iv warden ."..stops.' He -turns' .a- j wo ; cheating, i oian i .nave. ,ioov ...
...nj A ml kA kalr mnmln J mnK innwiR unit Hie few nniinric ? i-.V.-.'. ".'

i ii in vlptp nnf pvpn notirprt I i da nor tninic m iie nss neen

1 I was always heavy.. Even as a a handicap but rather helpful in
child. And. as a child, I was. very a ay: Slender women have a ten-

shy about it.' As I grew older Ijdeocy to worry about fading youth,
became even more self-conscjousi I am in my middle 30s and don't

of my size., -. v ; ; look any older than i-did m years

that you:are' not ai teeny-tiny, buti

t deny for second, that beea as successful and the money be yourself and be a happier "per "per-e
e "per-e to be thin bvit ; I'm not', was not always plentiful, so I have ;'son. . f ; .- -.


:fer: another 90 at his man. The
wMe seen takes perhaps -a
minute. But they've been work work-ina
ina work-ina at setting it up, setting the
rfreight cars matched to previous
scenes, erecting camera stands.'

arranging cables and reflectors
nd lights, for almost two hour.

During the long wait, Kitt talKS

I was about 18 when I discovered ago. Maybe. I will not look any old'

that beauty was something much
bigger and better than physical. I,

er 10 years from now.v Anyway,

won t worry about jtt.-y ;

I Have many,-many friends,

- Say "I can do'' add you will. I
can do almost anythmg I set my
mind to and,, with the help oi Cod,
I wilL 1

UCLA Offers
New Courses; v

courses in the application of sta

tistical m ethod to industry are
being offered by the Vniversity of

who, I am sure, never iliink. about, California at Los Angeles, in co-

ef tl nrns and eons of New Yorkihad seen many very 'attractive

' I.Iminp He av thi i crowds arei ffirls unsuccessful socially a n d

. .1 : 1 1 AJ.nMA ka, n t"i..iiif nrliA njafa tvi ci.a A4 1 11 o c t ha .'aft1 t ll .: I. .1 Tf: T-

f"incehe bad to junk a whole scene! always the "Belles of the. Ball."! first meeting. : -;V I tension and., the Los Angeles sec,
Stfcaate one of the onlookers On closer bscrvation. I, discoverrr Any way, ;who is to say what-is tion .of the American Society of

. lainned during a iignt. He. says ea me reason ior mm siemmeu pnysicauy pcricci a. caroun spot yuamy lontroi.. Basic ana -aa-"
that outdoor action is fine, but, from one thing, one -word "Per-. or iwt makes a diamond shine vanced courses will beoffered tXV
f her- York has a definite shortage sonality." .A ; ,'moro, bng.itly. It'a tho ame with UCLA, running from Aug. 6 UfU.i
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Charlie McCarthy, Rosier
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Three of the best horses now in training loeally
iwll match strides in the $2500 added one-mile Re

public of Pent Gassic this
dent Remon racetrack.
The thoroughbreds who will dis dispute
pute dispute the- prize money plus an ex expensive
pensive expensive silver trophy are Rosier,
Town's Wall and Charlie McCarthy.
The race was originally listed
for Classes B" and "C" imported
horses but since the entries were
closed the horses at the new
track have been reclassified and
of the scheduled starters, only
Charlie McCarthy is still -grouped
in Class B. The cithers are now
rated Class A horses.
Rosier, which will be ridden by
Bias Aguirre, was a nose winner
in the recent $10,000 added Inau Inaugural
gural Inaugural Classic in which Mossadeq
wound up third only a neck be behind
hind behind second place finisher. Golazo.
Town's Wall finished, fourth in
that race after battling Rosier for
the lead for one mile.
Hustling Alejandro Ycaza wilt do
the booting aboard Town's Wall,
the husky bay son of Rockefella Rockefella-Ella.
Ella. Rockefella-Ella. The distance seems just right
for Town's Hall's front running
; Charlie McCarthy will be going
gainst the track's best for the
first time. However, his last vic victory
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that he could go all the way here
Charlie McCarthy, with, appren apprentice
tice apprentice Gilberto Vasquei in the sad
dle, last Sunday sprinted seven
panels in 1:26 1-5 over a dampen dampened
ed dampened track. This compares favorably
with the 1:25 3-5 .Juan Franco;
track record set nearly 30 years
ago by the great Copiapo.
All things considered, today's
feature race should be a thriller
from start to finish but it could
also turn out to be a runaway for
anyone of, the starters.
Racetrack Tips
1 Takeaway ,. YosiHto
.2 Remiron -Pugilist
3 Little Blue (e) Dona Barbara
4 Moon Fighter : .. Volador
5 Marcel t v ; Chepanita
6 Lochn 7"? i-Te'Ouno.
7 Dawn Song e) WhJte Apron
8 Gaurha ;- jtVRosarvo
9 Paqulro .? Alhaiar
10 Maria Stuardo Hurling Park
11 Rosier 'Town's Wall
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Today's Races

lit Rita "A-r: Nativei 7 F9.
Purse $375-00 Pool Close 12:45
1 Portal
2 Daniel
3 Don Pastor
H. GusUnes 107x
B. Aguirre 120
J. Gongora 118
B. Baeza ll2
A. Vasquez 112
A. Ycaza 110
A. Credidio 86x
4 Takeaway
5 Yosikito
J (Joe v
7 (Fru Fru
2nd Race 'H2-A Impwted tf.
Purs $400.00 Pool Closes 1:15
1 Alminaf E. Ortega 108
2 iJaruja r .A L.' Giraldo 415
3--Remlr6n ;
B. ABuirre xuo
4 Panzaretta
A. Credidio lQ2x
5 Socorrito
B. Baeza 100
6 Pugilist
7 Proud Pearl
8 RioKegro
9 Tom Collins
F Hidalgo-108
V. Brown' J10
A. Ycaza 110
C. Ielesias 113
10-G. Wonder
F. Sanchez 105x
3rd Rieo H" Nafivoi 5 Fs
Pun $275.00 Pool Closes 1:45
1-Solito H. Gustines 103x
2 D Barbara V. castmo iib
Sfllrpna. G. Vasquez 1U3X
4 Regia'- '' S. Carvajai mx
RWrnrnida t v. Brown lit
6 Okilan A ''A. 'CredlcJlo insx
7- -(Llttie Blue : a Kmz 114
8 (Black' Bee A. Gonzalez 109
4th Rma 'H" Nitivet 6 M
Purse $275.0 Foot Closes .2:20
1 Pon Manuel o.'Morjtero lti7x.
5-Volador ' s C. Ruiz iw
Wal A'pI A-.Valr'ivia li
4 Phpnito 1 J. A Vila VK
!Ufolrten Pick O. Alfro 115
rviniv s A (Vmrtlez lflt
7-S'xoola i, JL J'mnfiZ I05x
8-M. Fighter L. Giraldo JIB
Jrt Rr. -F-Pun
$275 0q
t Vacho v
NaiNei t-
Po Closes 2:55
A. var.uez in
' G.MonterOrlOx
,h Metto r'
1 4 MarceHta
6 Redondita
" A. Ycaza lis
i : B. AeuJrre V
p. crvlal l"x
. G. Sanchez 119
tH R' "Ht-A" l-i-ni" 6
pHr.. Mnn nn Pon! fini 3:35
t Te Opho V. Orto-a 11
?-Danie'n R. Mstian 118
S Dev. Club A. Vasouez 110
4 Luchn E. narlo 11(1
5Two Colours A. Yraza 110
Vewbrlchton B. Baezall5
7 Revnold L. Gutlrrest llRx
8 Amln Didl S. Carvajal 112x

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10- (Klosco O. MlrandaniOx
11- (Copadora ; H. Reyes 113
7th Race "G" imported 7 F9s.
Purse $450.00 Pool Closet 4:05
1 Rlscal
2 Fuerte
F. Alvarez 110
E. Ortega 105
L. Giraldo 112
A. Valdivla 115
F. Hidalgo 108
. B. Baeza 118
J. Jimenez llOx
B. Aguirre 113
''V. Castillo 113
Q. Vasquez 105x
3-D. Beatrlz
4 Y: Prince
5 Jaquimazo
8 Andes
7 Vulcanlzado
8 W. Apron
9 (Dawn Song
10 (Gay Spot
8th Race "Elimimtkm" Imp. 5 Fgt.
Purse $600.00 Pool Closes 4:40
1 New Look R, L. Gil 110
2 Tempestad S. Carvajal 105x
3 Our Fancy A. Credidio 97x
4 Alabarda H. Gustines 97x
5 Gaucha B. Baeza 105
6 Dixie 122
7 Dev. Maiden E. Salgado 102x
8 Rosario L. Giraldo 110
9 The Bouche B. Aguirre 110
9th Race "I" Imported 6 Fgt
Purse $550.00 Pool Closet 5:15
1 Alhajar B. Aguirre 110
2 Opulento R. Crlstian 108
3 Double Four B. Baeza 115
4 Paqulro A. Vasquez 118
5 Kensington R, L. Gil 114
6 Lifeboat F. Alvarez 108
7 Postinovlch G. Vasquez 97x
8 Florera H. Gustines 97x
1 0th Race "C" Imp. -1', Mile.
Purse $650.00 Pool Closet 5:40
1 Lucky Test G. Vasquez 97x
2 M. Stuardo V. Castillo 118
3 King H. Gustines 107x
4 H. Park B. Aguirre 113
5 Grey Juan A. Vasquez 110
11th Race "Republic of Pern Classic"
1 Mile 70 Yards Purse $2,500.00
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l-Town's Wall ; A, Ycaza 118
2 Ch. McCarthy 110
3 Rosier t B. Aguirre 115
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Ulysses Lawrences returned from
the minors to put and keep- the
Reds in the National .League race
and. stir up all that excitement in
Cincinnati, i Mi-'-- ?
How come? j v; v ,;
"Well, for one thing."; replied
Brooks Lawrence. "I got a lot of
foolishness that is associated with
pitching out of my bead. I sud suddenly
denly suddenly discovered that all a pitcher
nas to do to win is consistently get
a niece of the slate with something
on the ball. When he takes his mind
off that, he's Just plain puts. ;
I believe 1 eotithe main irioi
while pitching for jCaguas of the
ttAw. n : t L .i
iuciw nitjo auruig. ine
winter pi 1953-54. The catcher was
Wee Wee Lucas. He snoke no Ene-
lish. All I knew about Spanish was-:
in a tamale. There were runners
on first and third with none out
Luis Marque was on third Mar-
quez was as fast as most college
sprinters, and would break f of the
plate as quickly and with as. little
excuse as,, say Jackie Robinson,
when he first came around" --
WITH A RIGHT-HAND batter iin.
Lawrence called the catcher half
way to the mound, v
"If Marques' breaks for t h e
plate," he told him, t'l'U knock this
hitter down. s6 you can tae him."
"Wee Wee Lucas shook his head
OK," recalls the Rhineland's cur cur-rent
rent cur-rent stopper, "but Marquei. didnt
go and I got the batter out. The
next man was a left-hand batter.
and I again called Wee Wee half
way to the box. -If Marauez breaks
for the plate I told him,. I'll pitch
out, so yon can tag him.' I struck
this fellow out and was out of
trouble when the next batter pop-.
ped out ,-. : .''.:
"When we rctiirnerf tn th rlnf-
oiit, one of the Puerto Rjcan play
ers asxea me caicner wnat we
were talking about in our big con conferences...,
ferences..., conferences..., : ''
' '1 don't know shruceed Wee
Wee Lucas. :, ?X v: ....... '..-y'v :
"That hardly encouraeed nie to
go in for more pitching strategy."
r ranx uine or tne cardinals last
winter traded Lawrence and, Son Sonny
ny Sonny Senerchia, a pitcher now with
Seattle, to the Redlegs for Jackie
Collum. i"It looks like Gabe Paul
slicked Lane oa that one," beams
Lawrence, 'an all-round athlete at
Miami oi umo for two years be
fore answering the, tall to profes
sional naseoau.
' Lawrence professes not to
know whether it was television or
ms pitching that tailed so many
minor leagues.
"Anyway, when I left them they
were dead," he laughs. The D Ohio Ohio-Indiana,
Indiana, Ohio-Indiana, A Central, and B Canadian-American,
Inter-State and Pied Piedmont
mont Piedmont Leagues folded after Lawr Lawrence
ence Lawrence served his apprenticeship in
them, ,
f e i
Compania CYRNOS. S. A.. Colon

Lawrence attributes his decline
after an excellent freshman sea season
son season with the Cardinals to an attack
of 'bleeding ulcers.. ;j ;
"Doctors told me I was worrying,
although I don't know what about,"
he recollects., "Maybe it was be because
cause because I can't blow my stack. I
keep everything within me. I had
eight transfusions,, lived on baby
food for. three months, was 12
pounds overweight and weak."
The six-foot Brooks. Lawrence
now weighs a solid 207 pounds and
isnt mad anybody- -r-except bat batters
ters batters trying to knock the Reds out

of a chance to take it all.
Corbin McGriff, outfielder-in-fielder-catcher,
Is one of the
big boys of the team from the
Canal Zone which will com compete
pete compete In. the National VFW
Baseball Tournament In Her Her-shey
shey Her-shey Pennsylvania during the
week of Aug. 20. Corb played
heads-un ball for the Ocelots
in the Fastlich League during
the season just completed, bat bat-tinir
tinir bat-tinir ;298. rm boy Is capable
' of bitting the long ball with
men on me oases ana wm oe
counted on to provide the ex extra
tra extra punch needed .to win ball
games in national competition.
He played with the All Stars
in Hershey last August, as did
three other members of the
team. The Canal Zone team,
managed by Peter Corrigan of
Balboa and coached by. Joe
Thompson of Coco Solo, will
leave by APA Airlines at noon1
Aug, 13, one week prior to the
opening of the tournament,'
fpr practice and exhibition
games considered necessary
for conditioning and acclima acclimation.
tion. acclimation. Contributions to defray
the expenses of the trip are
being accepted and should be
mailed .tor VFW Teener
League, Box 2011,' Curundu,
.; Canal Zone.-
ir.." Old i
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V -: I I J A.
Halbnzl LeEp
Teams W L rrt. Oi
x-MUwankee .56 33 .629
Cincinnati . .54 39 Ml 4
Brooklyn . .53 39 US76 44
St Louis . .45 47 .489 124
Pittsburrh . .43 48 i .473 14
x-Ph ladelphb 42 51 .452 16
Cbicago . .39 51 .433 17 f 3
New York .32 5S J64 234 game not included
Mlwaukee at Philadelphia (N)
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh
Chicago at Brooklyn (2)
St. Louis, at New York
Milwiukee at Philadelphia, (N)
Cincinnati eoo 201 nns j is a
Pittsburgh .' 200 000 0103 I I
iviippswin (9-7) and Burgiss;
Kline, Pollet, (8), Face (9), Wa Waters
ters Waters (9), King (9) and Shepard.
LP: Pollet 0-2). HRs: Lom
(22). Clemente (7), Robinson
(24), ;ir;-ir.y.:V:;;;,,iv,
Chicaro Ono 101 nnit '- a
Brooklyn f: 200 200 20x 6 7 1
Huches. Mevcr (S). Rmmu
(7) and Landrith: Marli-
and Campanella. LP Hughes
i-z. HKs: Banks (23) Amoros
wi, smaer (25). -. y, ,-- ..
St. Louis 020 000 0103 7 0
New York. 010 000 0102 5 2
Misell. Konstant lt onH
Smith: r.omei. Mf av vn.
helm (9) and Sarni. WP: M'zell
uo-8). lf: Gomes (s-11).
VFW Fund Raising
Boal-Rids Through
Canal Kexl Sunday
A thrPp-hniir hnat.fMa nnHn.
t wuHV i4uv wu vaiig
being planned for Sunday, Aug.
5, in order to raise funds to fi finance
nance finance the VFW Teener Rasohall
League's trip to Hersheyr Pa., to
uuiuycic in me National Tourna Tournament.
ment. Tournament. '-;.''"..; y y','.,..;:., t-.:,y
A ferrv- hnat fnrmprlw
hi staten 'Island, and accommo-
oawng soo passengers will be
made available for the outing.
The boat will leave the Pedro
Miguel Locks at 10 a.m. Comfor Comfortable
table Comfortable picnic-type clothing Is rec recommended
ommended recommended fnr th. nnHnir a l
admission charge per person in-
ciuaes iree annxs ana entertain entertainment
ment entertainment '."':" -y .,--.
Free dnnr nrim hom h..
donated by the Army and Navy
Store. Casn Faotltph rasa Coin.
mon, Kaplan Insurance Brokers
-iu luui iico pizza tunners joy
the Club Atlas. yyy
' Tickets TnftV ha nurhsca at
all VFW posts on the isthmus or
irom vrw members.. yy ,t.
The VFW TeeneF, UooVol1
League will compete la, the 4th
nauonai vr w uaseDan tourna tournament.
ment. tournament. Funds gathered at the
outine will heln finance their
trip. y ,. ..
,24 Years in National Leagua
i Wntten for NA Service
OUESTTON! The htt. hi..
w.... tuM a
sharp liner to right. The runner
umn, mini crosses tne plate. The
riEht fielder
the ball tut the runner from third
winxs ne caught it, so he hustles
back toward third. The fielder's
throw beats himanl h-
... ... .... aa ingjeu
out Is this legal? Eddie Wilde.
'"'T-1 in momtrrr fne
l r--- it vii
Ufl.I score and it became Impoi-
runnar craui ni.t. u
aiDia ia our mm aiA rnnmm
Q A. pitcher has a shutout with
tWO OUL in the ninth inninff TU.
batter triples and the pitcher is re-
movea. ine man scores from third
base on a wild nilrh hv the rr,t
pitcher for the only run of the
game ana ine winning one. Is this
an pampn run? ir 10 b.
run, to wmcn pitcher is it charg-
ea ls ne uimm nn 3 .
A. It ia an aamad run rhymed
te the Ditcher arha wmm riuwl
y. wiin two out ana two strikes
on tne Darter, a man or. third base
attemnta fr areal rih the nitnh
l'e apparenly beats the .'pitch to
1 .1. .. .. ..
tie iaie, out tne umpire cans uis
pitch a strike. Does the run
count? Rud Damski. ;
A. Na. The aide- It retired with
the strikeout.'!.
Oeeanport. N. J.' (NEA) -Two
of the season's better fillies
Vices T"-'V a"1 Trip' Jay,
'jo;h r-n""'l" -rt "lormw'h Par':
were foaled with crooked left
front feet, s

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Amerlctn leniii
TemM If
x-New York .64
Cleveland .54
l .. Ptt ca
30 .681
38 K587
Boston .53
40 .570 10
Chicago .. ,. .46
Baltimore i .43
Detroit ... .42
Washington .37
x-K. City . .34
x-NIght game not
J&ll 15ft
.457 20',
.447 tVi
M5 271
59 J66 &yt
York at Kansas City
. Baltimore at Cleveland (2)
Boston at Chicago (2) :
Washington at Detroit 1 ;
New York at Kansas City (N) y
Baltimore 000 060 0118 9 I
Cleveland i 000 000 240-4 9 3
Johnson, Brown 8). Loes (8)
and H. Smith;. Garcia McLlsh
(6), Feller (7), Houtteman (8),
Mossi (9)" and Naragon. WPj
Johnson (4-5) LPr Garcia 7-9).
HRs Francona g).
Washington 030 000 030 6 7 1'
: Tlptvnlf ; All 11111 a. 'w
Ramos. Stnhh it anil RrKi.
rtt? FnTtflrlr t1-" mrA nv..i&
WP: Stobbt (8-8X. HRs:' Lemon
u;, neroeret (),.Maxwell (19).
Boston '' 042 320 2fllkLl3 10
Chicago ' 000 000 0011 8 3
Nixon (4-41 and nalAv s m.
Donald. Keeran (l Staler tt.
Howell (4), Kinder (9) and Lol-
ir, mose (,). LP: McDonald (0
2). -:
Connie Johnson
Slops lndbs'

The Baltimore Orioles to- Vk
day nnleaied a barrage ot V."
hits In the fifth innlnr that

produced six ran as they beat
the Plevelatin1 YntlleMa a e b

winning pitcher was
Connie Johnson.
Mike Garcia, who' dropped
his ninth decision as compar compared
ed compared seven wins, was the Oriole
victim in the big fifth' lnnin (
Singles by Johnson, Dick WIN
Bams and George KelL-
homerun by Tito Francona
and an error by Mexican Bob Bobby
by Bobby A vila, brought home the six
..tallies. :..'...'v".';';.'J -t-
The win was the first for
the Orioles .over the Indians
this season, and the second
time in history.

Mutuel Dividends
' FIRST Ttarw
1 American Maid $9, 4.80.;
2 Royal Emblem 84.60.
1 Bos'un' Mate sfiflft 4 fin'
2 Melrose $4.40.
First Doable: $47.40
THinn bate
1 Folletito 425.(50 7 an.
2 Fllon $7.60.
-y; One-Two: $507.20
1 Rlna Roi $13.80, 8.60.
2 La Enea $4. v
Qulnlela: $32.20
1 Bacdad $7.4(1. S4fi
2 Blue Moon $2.80.
1 Sinele EliDDer 841. 14 9(1
2 Vedette $8.20.
1 Golazo (Excluded from bet-
2 Mrs. Hallicran 4ft Art 1 n
3 Panicus $3.60. ';'
- Second Double $505 J56.
1 Golden Buzzer $3 80. 5 n.
2 Venganza $3.20.
r f :n,tHneia: 85.80
t i -,-r NINTH RACE
1. Bradomin 315.60.' 4.A
2. Escorial $2.80,
i .One-Two: $39.0fc
1. Melendei $5.20, '3 00. -V
2-Barge Royal ,$5.00, - ?S
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White SUbhur Sorines. Wj-Va.
(NEA) In a one-club tournament
around -the Old White nuri at
White Sulphur Springs, Sam Snead
lurneu in a n wiui a inree icon.
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Van Johnson, in -BOTTOM
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Archie Moore having stopped the eager but taapHatel
and outclassed James J. Parker in the ninth round t Tonmto
Wednesday night, th. stageis set for 4he September braw I be between
tween between Moore and Floyd Patterson to determine the new owner
of the world heavyweight, championship. .. orn
As a medium for Moore's oemonstratlon of his all-around
uperior;ty- o'er Parker, the. scrap u Canada was most con convince
vince convince if. As a contest, the affair left so much to. be desired,
ytnat looked too good for Patterson. .,;',
Acceding to Nat Fleischer, editor of the Ring magazine,
Mooie took wry round and had a lead of 40 points to 23 when
toC SUoninr'from ringside just after referee Bill Burke had
halted the slaJshter, Fleischer said, "Parker presented 1 1 sad
ioectacle. His eyes and nose were cui and lacerated and it
wwld have been "inhuman. to hate forced him to Uke any
-Moo SrpVogressiverkmannke Job on "the. .Canadian
with rtiaro cruel lefts to the face. Parker was unable to take
. liSoi his vastly superior height and his big pull. In the

SSSSSL mU wasTthe
cm &ft
out of ft much younger butmuch less able fighter.
After thV aborted encounter,' Moore Pialhed that W wod
not have 'accepted the match with Parker, even though It car carried
ried carried a guarantee of $45,000 If he had bten certain that Patter-

rundenTtnat &J&

and that there is no oDsiacie tow vt u T :

"WeHthafs great, because they can't put on that fight

nv too toon for me. 1 founo my wen,m.

for 'me as a heavyweight, and J am going to Keep n w

lor Patterson . .- h. nad unUl

v .askbq u-ne" --r--ith Mnnre renlled:

Rocky Marciano 6 "S- JT.T'n.nii h. rnuld

. "Rocky was tne cnampiuu. ""u7,'S:r; 7 wBV hi
hurt vou nlenty. This bov was so much different, I think rie
to? ffl'pwct ?na with a lot-oj hard work should make
qUi-Bu?Paiker could not 'use my ot the physical advantages
hiawSlderhTve finished him In the cifehth round, but I step step-vrfri
vrfri step-vrfri hark because I -wanted to show the fans that I had some
KrSSLffi! to m T I did not want.to4urt Parker any more
th& ThehcJnadian fans'booed Moore when he got Into the ring
and that got Archibald quite irritated. ;

First of two dispatches

rirates for Branch Rickey was a run lead when he got tagged were out and you still are. 1 a
two-year -nightmare ot misUkee for- homers by Stan Lopata and not going to put you in and leaye
bv kid Dlayers. Del Ennis. I had a left-hander, myself open for second guesses.'

kttw YORK fNF.A This lis Taylor Phillips, warmmg up. But My first move sucw.

Fred Haney, the guy who stepped With Milwaukee, H'r different.' the Phillies had three righi-hand-i
,,n ran.ih. narhimi iin to nut ttanpv pivps a si. The move is ers comtnj up. So I went out anai If I blow a pennant nere tnn

tiie Milwaukee Braves af the top carried out. . tasked Burdette, a right-hander,. if year, I stOl can come back to town

of the National League race:

Ha is auiet-talkmf man who

takes his elasses off when a photo-

i 'he could get them. 'Yes, he said.; with my head high. The tame )s
! t i.u tkm KAitanea T an lit Pit1Knrh tnAv 11

he was through after the inning.

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.U A t Bin ir nnpin r PVTIIP II I III

grapher snaps his picture and then m" every move as soundly as
r .r i ii t I m a n kak mtr lf than Ann't nvlr

puts them uacK on as ne ions in ".",lJ 2i L : in . ,n
fhe dugout and talk, of baseball ou I know Pre done e Lr"

or a joke he played on a guy last -. wu m , -:-:t ::
. . .. inn ',-., Mini uo tat me in the dugout ana

ways give it everything I nave,
There's no cause for worry whta
you do that." ' I


"You've been kicked around." he

is reminded. "They always blimed the" game we had against thel
you for bad clubs at St. Louis andl Phillies. Lew Burdette had a iive-l

runs. Burdette! 4yrei uney relaxed in the dug-

came up to mo in the dugout and out tome more. :
roiH 'Tjit ma an I rtn hreT Wlthi -,.

, i i .jo -r

'Second guesses wiu flo it. pk uus tcaa.- ; ;. t ;


Fred Haney

. nt. the "rinnsIdeMn Lon-

don STwS& Poinpey in th. 10th round
' f ArPhie'e defense of his world light heavyweight title, said
' feaf Sre's S Wednesday .night was a vast improvement
lv" Ws London showing. ; For Pompsy. Moore had to make 175

1 the Kn.t.onBox.rgVr ahead whpUMIo
fieht -with Patterson in Yankee Stadium. Tentative date to
Tnwd" Sept, 15. with the following two nights open should
..-, !-. moHir'nl hnarrf associated'

with the New York commission was asked to OK the fight there
werome demurrers. A few of the medicos, are reported to
that bilt Patterson's right-hand, brokene against
llunlcane ja"kson; "would be thoroughly merided:by. Sept. ?5,
Floyd would be forced to train with weak whip. .
, Patterson's connections are not so, sure they are doing the
wise thing in rushing him into a September engagement .with
th6 HoweWi flBTwants the fight, rnd It Is going to get it


Ho. 13

Save Strokes

I Written for NEA Service
HOW can it be hard-to extricate

yourself from a sand trap when

you never really toucn me oau in

doing so t
Th tran shot in the most over

rated of golf problems'. Yet when

the average gouer geis into a trap
he approaches the task with the
Hon that hp in in rieeo trouble

and ths only way to square it is to
make a .great recovery to. the

0rAPtl Th. fart- of the matter is

that oil ha nppiia l. stroke' of

sand from at least two inches be

hind the ball. A trap shot is easy.
Th tsnrl iron is a heavv club

which almost does the job by it-

s elf. It has a lot or ion a wme

flange on the bottom which pre

vents it from' digging too deeply

into the sand. The average golfer
should get to know what the club

can do and merely lonow sranoara
routine. i---"'- "'"j V

fihnffla' h fppt In the Sand for

suDDort after eetting an idea ; of

its texture. Use an open stance.
Break the. wrists quite early in
th harksivinir sn. voil Can brine

the club down i sharply arid take

nii An tho Knuinnwini.. ne cer

taint that you an not trying to do
anvthini? more than set out of the



Dog Editor
"Fleas all over the place,"'
moaned Jack Leonard. :'Walk a.
! tk. v.1 with a naif of White

ducks and they'll be, black to the

t Tnrk was complaining about

.u...tinn ht ran he ouite COnt-

. mnn in warm weathei", especially

,lin sandy areas and -where there
- ... Ar.B. in apt as hosts to a flea

i. l uvfc"
i breeding program, s -;
1 "m. fl.-ino the Ao2.H con

. t:....A Tonir "Nn ooner is be rid

of fleas than they're swarming o o-ver
ver o-ver him again three minutes afi-
" er I let him out.":
The trouble really started be because
cause because Jack didn't start with a
. j. t .i fipn cet started

-and Ihey breed .lav ,oggs and
spread all over the place. It Is best

. I aTl ,, J v i. I

you for bad clubs at St. Louis and
Pittsburgh. So why don't you start
taking the credit for this one".
Haney pulls up a leg and rests
it on the dugout bench.. "Look,"
he says, "nothing is as stale as

yesterdays pastry. 1 always say,
that when somebody asks me
about Pittsburgh. But at the same
time I'm not going to forget Char-.
W r.nmm I have trt remember.

not to do or say one thing that

will reflect on Chancy. &o l ioo

at it this way: I was lucky enougn
in fair nvpr a 0nsvH team that was

in bad luck from a good manager

and the inevitable a winning
streak happened, I'm taking

credit lor nothing. -.. i

Vnn'it have tn pynpptprf Frpi H-

nev tA cav thte Thal'c the wav hp

has been playing the Milwaukee
situation from the start, -- -

hU IrlnH hf hoanhnll urklk.. k.l

likes to hear it or not, he lias done
the tightening job that the Braves

nave needed lor the oast thrpe

years.. .'

the job. Haney takes the same at-
tltllriA hi.- hbM loot ittintAa .I.Ae

John Quinn, the. Milwaukee geri-

ciai iiinuagcr, cauea nis nouy nouy-wood
wood nouy-wood home and asked him if be

uianiAif tt ha t Aak

. "i 11 have to talk it over with

wnaricy unmm.iirst,' Haney said.
Mttitamw tarcnt Aitf nttA tint mm at

WWlfl VUI PilU ftlV VII
plane to St. Louis, where he met


"I don't want the job' he told
Charley, "unless you asked for
mc. If this is a front office deal
without your OX, then I'm turn turning
ing turning it down. I don't want people
thinking I moved into the job so
T pnillrf 0pt nfnuV t vmiri

" 1- O MB., M J U U. Ul
"I asked for you." Grimm in

sisted ; r .:. I

!'I'm taking the fab Haney
alH' -"Hilt it ilMtrlhlMM li.nn.ii.

and you go, then I'm going, too."
' So when- the Rravps wirA shim

hliiiit thrnncrh a nnnr maA trm in

June, and Grimm was released as

manager, Haney came up to Dim
readv to keen his word.,

Rut flrimm fnM him. "I want

you to take it. If you don't some

body else wm. you got to take 1U

1 'Look,"

NEXT: How Fred Haney oultot)

I told him, 'I said you loose foam together.


ft Maf-s w ttfr'Tsrvyr
P llif H WivVA

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yjf masterpiece o

Distillers Art

, -i

r mei

"Not until


Wnd the ball,

least two inrh

tiou by keeping the dog flea free

from tne beginning. v j

But what to do now?
A good DDT spray will do the

.triple. Don't unrav the doe. but

spray his quarters carefullyr Allow

his box or crate to air oetore lei-

ling nun hi. iuc uug wiu (.iviv u
th flpa hut thpv pannnt aiivive

the DDT' they will contact in the

nest box, My experience has been

that all outside neas nave otsap
neared when the doe's Quarters

were well treated.

Jack s problem might have been
A, Iiaa Atth at jiia

as the fleas, pould have been kect

ur.oer control oy prevenuon.. cg

Along Tiie Airways Army Fishing Fleet

Reports Decline

spread ail oyer T'llk Drooaga- er,. with preparations containing
to prevent the .wholesale PPWi vr.fhrilm

; cd in a fine hydrogenated oil that

will not make a dog s coat messy.

viTinvn nlSTIt.I.F.RY RINC-

. vy.-

'i oivktpp tniirnament; snon-

: r
sored by the National Distillery
wiU start at Gamboa on Mon

day, July 30, and end on sun sun-day,
day, sun-day, August 26. The tournament
will be a "no handicap" affair."

There will ha B. bottle Of the

National DUtillers finest given

to the. low lady ana man eacn
iupv Th. low man and woman

at the end of the. four weeks

will receive more oi inose won wonderful
derful wonderful National Distillery f prod-

a larce Inst dan to finish "the

it. later date Sir come on out

toN Gamboa. and play your best

for some or ane oest. injjuw.c
cheer.. , T
TAII members are urged to at-

tciiu buiiic ui mi -i'
naments that are planned- bet.

for h niuh Handican Touma

ment. The Jadies handicapper

umi Ba;uig, iunuciuiK 'l : v A large KlSl uajt 10 Iltlisn Hie
ping go a long way toward general1 tournament Will be announced

Ticks present 'j special problem.
They have a "way of getting into
crevices, imbedding themselves be behind
hind behind the ears or in oth6r less ac

cessible places. Ticks, fleas and

lipa mav all he HispnnraifpH hniv.

';.v;.;. v
! v
t H


at v.j -. .grJ, tnrntl in

It should be kept in mind ih:by the ladies that she will be
fleas and other .external parasites change the handicaps
are more than inconvenient They Ir.." ,.?.-.,..',

carry aisease imore tularemia w -lV1hr wish their han han-agents
agents han-agents combined). They can kee.i ,-, -shnnid

a uiik ill aucu Kiiauu ma iv- it-. ',

I heard that from

Hanev. av "wnuM f

-It elves .vou an' idea of What

aiiiu vi icur una miiwauivci:

manaiTAP le .Rv hi. nilrn nilmltainn

the thing he wants the most is to

he a nart nf m tnainr leaoiie npn.

nant winner something that has

eiuaea mm inrousn a years oi

haehall Vet a wnrA Irnm flrimm

would have placed him back home

in Hollywood, instead of at v the

helm of. a club which figured, rignt
from the start, to be a strong

' When he manacrart the fit. Tiiuia

Browns, in 1940 and 1941, he had
desperate pitching. Running the

quiro appreciably more food 1 1

stay in good condition. They caure
a dog to start lesions which are
mnsl riifflciilt tn heal in the unv

mer time. They carry internal pa pa-irasiles
irasiles pa-irasiles and can thereby be both
directly or indirectly the cause of
death. ?
. Jack's problem can be solved,
I but the best bet is to prevent the
i aituatinn frnm ever rievelnninv

(Distributed by NEA Service)

. .Lt .... HlKn

siari eiiieruiir iiiuio ioiuj. nn .v
.. .. mAnK In tVia .cortrinA plafifl fihMV

can ten, a may.cause. yours v m. thi

In Sailfish Raised

.The Afmv flKhlnir "fleet te-

turned to Balboa, this week, and

reported a steady decline In tne
number of sailfish tatsed and

Uoated. There is' one' more trip
scheduled by the Array boats to

morrow (Saturday; July 27) ana
hnne. are hich that the tourna

ment1 will close -with this last

trio nrlneina- In the record

catches. ''

nurintr this nast uId the J-

37631 raised 9 sails and boated
and-or released 3. The J-3753
r'fllserf'9t .nil and hoaterf and-

or released 11. The J-3762 raised

8 sails and boated ana-or releas

ed 6 and raised one mariin but
it Hid Vint strike. The O-SB rais

ed 6 sails and boated and-or re

leased 2. ?
; MaJ. L. C. Spears, Transporta-
tinn ohnnrrl the 1-3570 rfliicht a

305 'pound, black marjin after a

22 minute struggiewnue vne
,boat was about 10 miles south of
Oalera Island. This was the on

ly mariin "caught during 'tho

trip. Also, mere were -a sns
raised and 3 boated and-or : re

leased. ',. '- -V' : ; .V-

The records 'for this tourna





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One more chance maae

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so come on out ana post moss
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that Pic Robert Martin of the
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leads with his 147 pouna sau sau-flsh.
flsh. sau-flsh. .
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did a knee bend missing a 25 25-foot
foot 25-foot putt en route to the final
rnunri nf the PT.A ChamDion-

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SlIEY played out their game by
ikes long discarded, so that when

ki fi-it Kfloan Frank Ude
tS. j -.. KociHo .Pam.
spurred his gelding
baut's mare.
Rambaut..bacf been- the
rash crew to befriend him. From
That first shot tie had been in
f Later Frank, found himself still
fighting beside the man, ana wail wailing
ing wailing for him to. die.
The horse string was, 10 miles
hevond them scattered past re-

mJot vT&h tttew Ust hours between Emmett Cash's bunch, and .Re sprang agilely' across a five-5uycf?:-!2uKj
kL. irnwin he badn't been able to pick up. a foot draw that opened abruptly

:Xin hn Tin the first
place. They had been a curse to
th outfit, had brought him- t
this point where he now lay I
sprawled across the saber sharp
fu.i. ci.i. ,ith hie par.
bine outthrust expecting the vi
cious impact of a buUet at any
. moment.
Frank Ude hao not wanted any
part of the fighting. He hadn't
realized when he threw in with
Emmett Cash Jhere would be; a
fight If he had had sense ; nei
wou.dn t nave joinea xms vuukv.
Rut his hellv had been empty so
that the smell drifting from their
cook fire haai been ioo greai a
temptation." Nowthe sooty black
ness. of the Signals choked down
about him, veiling the; canyon's
death and violence. For the better
part of 20 minutes he had lain in
this rocky up waiting until his
friend was dead.
"Frank, you better pull out..
, It was a voice so thickened b'
pain it sounded as though gravel
rasped the speaker's throat
"Pipe down!." Frank murmure4.'
A bullet clipped a response of i.
own against the rocK aoove
Frank's head, throwing i splinters
Ho drew the carbine stock tighter
to his shoulder and levered off a
shot. .'-v. k ''-, 'v
Half i dozen other guns imme
diately cracked. m a rough semi semicircle
circle semicircle around them. Frank Ude
swore beneath Jus breath, sending
three more shots searching after
the gun-flame. Then he : wormed
himself across the still scorchin;?
rocks into'the deeper darkness of
the pocket, pidn't the heat ever
lift from this networkt of rock?
Didn't the night ever bring relief?
The sweat rolled from his chin as
he dropped down into a small cup cuplike
like cuplike deoression. The raiders' guns
were closer than they had been
five r minutes ago. He knew the
crew out there in the darkness
was closing in. Ed Rambaut's voice
had drawn the fresh gunfire.
He crouched on his bootheels
begide the prone figure wondering
how long before the man would die.
Frank was a tall man, a thin and
young man with dark hair and
square jaw and a deep crease cut-
tine perpetually between sober
brQws. : Rambaut's breathing made
a tawing sound as it sucked
through torn lungs, Blood was
leaking from the saturated patch
heheld against his bare chest.
Ftank .knew Rambaut was suf
f -ring for a cigaret. He wondered
what difference it would make if
he allowed the man one final
smake. The crew yonder knew
they were here, trapped. They had
watited in close enough now they
could a 1 m o t hear Rambaut's
breathing. He jerked his tobacco
impulsively from his pocket ",. Ed
Rambaut's eyes shone with grate
fulgess he couldn't suppress. This
time his voice had become a hoarse
"Wouldn't you have a chance if
you ran for it? f
FRANK lifted his shoulder Te-

f. .v,,. "-r mm.tmm wm.uinuumiiniiiimiuiuiiirim
if. !? V l ;
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-iiii i nWTinriirrV nt-t-r rtiiminnifiiiitiriinnin "TiriniiiriiiimmsiiiiiiinriiiiiiriB iiiiiiiiwiMeawtiiww

USING HIS NOODLE Lt Ilion L. Miller, USNR, dons a
Japanese street vendor's costume over his Immaculate uniform
to blend with his latest acquisition a noodle-vendor's cart
Stationed at Atsugi Naval Air Station, Japan, Lt Miller Is not
going to mix noodles with lets. He's planning to take the cart
stateside Bnd convert it to a barbecue grill for the oatio of his
home at flat River, Mo.

signedly. then bent behind a roc

ky outcrop to scratch his match.
.When he bad the cigaret going he
passed it to Bambaut noticing how
hungrily the lips received it. He
said ouietJv. "Were

Hown horses?" ; I
onlvL Rpmbaut merely bent his mouth1

in a faint smile. "Where'd you ride
m, 'Frank?
Oh, yonderly. A man hasn't got

an address when the says open wild breaks approacning we voi.
and the land's free. You drift and orado River, a country of sheer
pick up a chore now and then, cliff and unbearable heat Yet
When it's done you move on." MCash had diappeared this way
It was give and take, betweeni half an hour ago and somehow
them. All day It had been a game !eottcn through. T i

thing about Cash. The horses had
earned a small C neck brand with
rafter mark above the. le ter and
this had deceived mm in tnejirst
place, into believing Cash .to vbe
konst. But Emmett was too cun-
er w.'th the toughness of his. crew
had set Frank suspecting some
thing was wrong with the owner
ship of the horses. ",,,,
Then, tonight, the raiders now
encircling mem naa run mruugi.
their mess fire stampeding
horses. Camping so close to Fort
McHenry Emmett Cash had grown
lax about the manner of his guard.;
For gruelling hours after that the
raiders had given tnem pursuit.
Frank knew then it wasn't" just
horsesj Someone wanted to see Em'
mott Pitch ripari
, Half an hour :ago Ed Rambaut
had grabbed his arm, yelling some something
thing something about making, a tfstand.
Rambaut had taken a .bullet that
moment and thew had been forced
to hole up here in the cup. Just
a sucker, Frank thought Sitting
here like a lame duck at a shoot
while Emmett Cash and the rest of
his outfit made good their escape.
Crouched in a hot hole, waiting for
a man for whom he knew no es especial,
pecial, especial, bond of long friendship to
die. j 'V;...v. v: v
. RAMBAUT murmured, "You are
no common drifter Frank. I not.
irort that the wav vou been noiam
this gang off for a half hour."
"Who are theyf Frank Ude ask
ed suddenly. But 'once again Ram Rambaut's
baut's Rambaut's face tightened in a stub
born silence. "What's wrong with
Cash? What's this all about?"
Tne man stared at empty space,
the cigaret damp now with saliva
and blood. He was siniung quics-
'"All rignt, it you wont mm,
... ... ... '!. A. 11. II
Frank murmured softly. He re-
soeced the loyalty of Rambaut
"Is there anything I can do? Some
body where you came trom mat
micht feel easier if they knew?"
Rambaut shook his head. ''Get
out while you cani Frank." He
made a fair.t movement with his
hand. "There's a cross canyon
couole hundred yards up ahead
back of that bunch of brush that
hems in this slag heap. Fill my
gun beofre you leave. Ill hold
'em off. Frank" he struggled
with a lonsr and tagging inhala
tion of air." stay close to the
bunch. Cash ain't a bad fellow.
Pair of vou'd eo far together
He turned half over in a sudden
spasm. "Some of it ain't been
worth it," he murmured. "If you
get to Cashtown tell tell Lily
Koodby Then he fell forward on
hi face
.. The quiet pulse told Frank he
was dead. Beyond the low rim of
the cup he could hear scraping
sounds of boots and realized the
raiders were about to close in. He
bent swiftly, twisting the revolver
free from Rambaut s fingers, xou
won't need' it, Ed," he thought
"Not where you're at now."
He supped the extra gun into
his waistband while he moved away

at a low run. His other hand still
carried his carbine. ;

ED RAMBAUT had murmured
something, about a way out of this

they Cash'sldead end sack. He wondered if

Rambaut had known what he was
talking about, or if he had been
in his right mind. The rock tower-
ed above mm in a gigantic, un-
j broken wall, Westward lay the
beneath his feet. Stone slid down-
ward into the lower valley giving
the raiders all the warning neces-l
sary as to the direction he had
taken. Behind-him he could-hear
the first' man scampering into the
cup. A pistol shot cracked and
Frank hauled up dead in. n l s
tracks. A cold draft worked over.
his insides. A man didn't shoot an another
other another who was already dead. Not a
man who was decent of the name.
There were blacklegs behind hi n
.- .. ... .,, ft,t. hel(,
body of Rambaut ''
Their, fumbling attack in front
01 Uie cup lea mm iu uenrye uicj
were not as familiar with 'this
coun'rv as Cash's men. Here again
this supported Cash's story of re repeated
peated repeated delivery trips to Fort Mc McHenry
Henry McHenry to supply theN garrison with
mounts. On the other hand there
remained his growing 'suspicions of
Cash. Long ago. he had come to dis
trust men with.; too-coiornm per personalities,
sonalities, personalities, for i an ? honest; man
worked too hard" to be entertain
ing. And Cash, with his, flashes of
rollicking good numor ana on hair, was too intriguing
to be genuine. -"'''T-i
FRANK UDE found the narrow
canyon mouth that Rambaut had
talked aobut. He passed a shoul
der of rimrock and leaped for the'
opening. The thought went Hash
ing through his nead mat a gun
man might be concealed here,
waiting with 1 his rifle. But the
raiders obviously did not know

mis country as wen as me vu.(u ni.

ouuu. ana so ti" saiucu wis
canyon. -,;V;.
He swune about within the gra
nite walls and let ms-gase return
over the slope. Hopelessness
spread through him as he consi
dered his unhappy condition. His
horse, and Rambaut s, had van
ished while he helped Rambaut a
ground. He was afoot in this bar
ren rock that would give up a ter.
rific heat as soon as the aun rose.
A haunting recollection returned
of Cash's unbridled laugh and he
thought cryptically at least he
wouldn't live long enough to know
the tortures of thirst, not with
this crew of killers on his trail.
Temporary panic seized him
while he debated the wisdom of
heaving away his carbine in order
to conserve his strength. Then he
decided to carry the gun as longi
as possible. He turned into tne
canyon, facing the blackness in a
sober mood. Behind him death
would be stalking this -same corri corridor
dor corridor any moment, A few hundred
yards deeper, the tunneling wails
brought him sounds of hoofs scrap-:
ing shale. At once he -slipped 'into
the deepest shadows. ;
cash s low can reached mm
clearly. "Frank Ude?'' y
He stepped into tne center ot
the canyoa floor noticing that
Cash's hand threw back the dull
gleam of a gun. He caught the ha
zy outline fit a second horse trail
ing on its reains. It was his own
mount, the bi g boned chestnut
gelding he would not have liked
losing, and a breath of long-held
air escaped his lungs. "Glad you
cam. back, Emmett," he 'admit 'admitted,
ted, 'admitted, feeling fresh admiration for
Emmett Cask
The man loomed high on his
saddle, a solid, virile figure, that
fitted naturally onto his horse, and
topped with a wide hat. Again
Frank sensed that infuriating dis
trust of his own convictions about
the man. Satan or saint? The
man, with a personality that com
pelled Frank to admire him, was
an enigma. '':
Emmett s look lay beyond them
as he drawled idly, "I was able
to catch your gelding. Ed's horse
was hit and pretty bad spooked.
He got past us. How about Ed?"
t rank snook Bis neaa. "He's
dead." -..4V,,',.s.:, ;:;:. i
Two bad. I saw the way you
went off your horse" to look after
him. Wasn't any skin off your
carcass, Frank. A fellow that
sticks that way to a friend is a
man I can t afford to lose."
"That why you came back?"
Cash smiled at him with a dry.
frail bend of his mouth. "That's
rielit The rest of the boys'je scat
tered over the hills, which is what
we 11 be doing. In a half hour we 11
be out of reach of this killer
'The horses, Emmett?"
EMMETT CASH stared at him
thoughtfully a moment, then in inclined
clined inclined his head. "For the time be.
ing our horses are gone. We'll sink
our spurs in that crew later on.
What else can we do now? Yates
has got his arm shot bad and
td s dead. Let's ride south and
meet again in Cashtown three
days from now."
Frank thoueht then as he drew
himself aboard the big gelding
that Cash gave up his horses too

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President R.cardo Arias. Throughout the meeting. they worked in the pres room at El Panafna Hotel., speeding copy from reporter typewriters to.
All-Amencarf Xab teletypes, and sympathetically, attending to the fee ding, watering and soothing of the scores' of foreign correspondents using

m press enir., xo ngnx;

Afteiiv ThM uraa. fin faar in InnTintn his' naet nll.)1'u..u vlj

man,. he was sure of Ihat-But anlknew, wanted to know the same
outfit such as the Cash Crew answers but hadn't askH nntricht i

didn't choose their separate trails
back to the home ranch. If these
were actually Cash's horses he
would die ie an attempt to ai
venge this raid. Frank did'nt consi consider
der consider his bunch licked this bad, It
sent a wave of anger through
He asked sharply, "Who were
the raiders, Emmett?" . : r
"Your guess, Frank." v
"You surelv know!"; '
There-was heavy moment of
stillness when he saw the hard
nps of F.mmctt' mouth eradual-
ly unlimber. until he thought the
man would laugh. At him, he won
i mz :
dered, for giving an impression of
greenness? men Emmett shook
his head. "I don't know," he in
sisted stubbornly,
i ranx toucnea rowei points to
his gelding urging" him about The
chestnut was in a bad-sweat and
breathing heavily. This w a s a
great horse, with deep chest and
strong, heart that could keep him
runnmg long after the .average
would have a charge. : Frank
Had seen Emmett's interest build
n the neldine many times since
yesterday. But the chestnut h a d
been week without, grain, and
ridden so hard that now in any
run before the raiders' horses he
wouldnt have a chance. Fran k
anger striae constantly
deeper at Emmett, suspecting hira
a liar. Every man in this outfit
knew Why they had been raided
except himself. Unsmilingly, he
threw a fresh question at Cash.
"Were they your horse string?"
Emmett's answer came imme immediately.
diately. immediately. '"They were. For delivery
at Fort McHenry. Frank I'll not
stand being questioned again."
They ;rode stirrup to stirrup un until
til until the canyon opened into a wide
valley running parallel to the one
in which they had been surprised
by the raiders.' It was sooty dark
here," with ,-plateaus- of granite
standing dark and forlorn on eith
er, hand. This wai the. way.-the
breaks would be for miles to the,
banks of the Colorado-to the west-
for eluding pursuit. Frank noted
as he- keened the stillness there
was the faintest sound of the raid
ers closing behind them. i
, EMMETT pulled in and sat with
his weight shifted, studying him
in a sober look. Finally he made
his decision. ., - k i
we split nere. i n riding on
after Yates and have a look at
his arm., Try not to forget I came
back after you..'
"Because ,'of Ed Rambaut,
Frank (murmured quietly.
' "Mayoew l puiied you out or a
kettle-don't forget it. We'll meet
in three days at Cashtown. It s a
half day's ride east of the -spot
you joined, us, in case you're not
sure oi this country."
Emmett's eyes were still search
ing Fome tell-tale revelation to his
expression and Frank knew he
puzzled the man. Ed Rambaut
had .tried to reach unsuccessfully
1:00, 2:45, 4:35, 7:00, 9:00 p.m.
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key. part In getting to th world

m.nam oe la tastra,airlee
It would have to -lie the way it
was; Yesterday he had imexoect.
edly cut the trail of Cash's string
heading north they had been dis disposed
posed disposed to find a place for him in
the1 crew, probably, because .they
read in him a. certain toughness
that was necessary to their profes
sion. Now he wondered about that

profession. while they in turn w6n-, m, T"esd.,y ,l l.:-"-
dered just how tough he could be. at tn? Cui'd 8 P1"1' "ear An'
ik,.n i .u .Icon Laundrv in tht' Canal Znno

Caph'was stiH waiting an ahswe
! to his question, He said, "I'll
mnit vnn in r,htnum ih .i
nuiuyii) n came iu jnni u
-- j v ... wji.tvi n ... auvu:
HyUJI : ... y v
i Henry,'
Frank ; let- a moment slide.
"Don't your ranee ever run drv?
Do you just let riders -slope, in
and steal what they; want, thei
ride back after another: string?"1
Rin matt'ei kaal mnnt tiAl
k k Ii

h.i;;".;r ,.ir.r6" 'K'.Vited to attend the Monday and

face in the darkness; but he"-.;.
sualized the broad mouth parted
widely in toe laugh, his red hair
lying 'damp against' the high fore-
neaa ana tne gum ot .amusement
that struck from Emmett i eves
It was the way he recalled a doz
en .times: these past two days.. No
man could appear so carefree and
be totally bad.v Emmett : brought
aown and-slapped his thigh. By
now they could hear the raiders
clamoring nearer through the can.
yon, but Emmett was unperturb
ed. (
"You're all right,' Frank. Just
one thing, Stay out of the Skull
Mdiands. If you see you're riding
onto the malpais turn back. They
ain't nothing to fool with."
FRANK sat considering but not
giving much heed to the warning
hb was-to remember.: the sober
ness of Emmett's tone later; He
saidjarringly,- v "The horses?
Where do you get them?"' ; t
.Jtmrneit grmned.: "So far : my
ranse never ran ory.
"111 be threre," Frank Emmett la-
and puzzled anew as Emmett la
bored his gray through a side
passageway between the outciop outciop-pings.
pings. outciop-pings. Emmett used his d u r s
hard much harder than was nec
essary. Harder than a man would
use them who knew the love of
horseflesh. Emmett was not the
man who would take pleasure in
Dteemng line stock. He was
rrana uae aamittea quietly, a
horsethief. But the : question re remained
mained remained from whom was he steal-
.xuinuig ms geiumg inio a gen-!
tie aownsioper rank decided to
find out. ,

PROUD LITTLE MOTHERS Twins, Georgette and. Vivian Thurmond show off their Japan Japanese
ese Japanese dolls, which won the grand prize In the funniest doll category at the Fort Kobbe summer
recreation doil contest, held this week. In the background Beth Ann White looks as though,
she shares the conviction of every mother, th at nobody's baby Is better than hers. More
than 100 youngster, entered their doUa-ia thla contest which, marks the mld-polnt of the
aummer recreaUoa program. - (U.S. Army Photo)

the storv of tne sucess of the

Skinner, President Arias, Alma Ellis, Patricia Hattler'and

'An Inspsclor Calls' ;
Tryocls Scheduled : ;
Tcfnorrov & Tuesday
' Tryouts. for the next ? Theater
Guild production will be held to-
.. :
it w" nnounced- yesterday
president 'Fv R, Johnson.
hi. T innr K MM Aft IUBH
. .
I m m .wui.. Mima ww.i
'selected to direct the second, pro-
duction of the 1956-57 season,, the
play being "An Inspector Calls"
by J. B Priestly. There are parts
for four men and four women in
the production, which is scheduled
to be. staged early in September.
Ail Interested persons are ; u
Tuesday; tryouts.
Not Only Kids
Swallow Things :
A Y a 1 e medical expert says ba
bies are not the only ones who
swallow things. Dr. John A
Uirchner has collected several
hundred objects removed from
patients of all ages. He says they
range from small change to
heads, toys, bugs and bones-
fish, fowl and animal. .,
Extra Today
At The Central
The Jast Paramount Newsrefel
just arrived to Panama.. This
newsreel shows the first sights
oi the American Presidents' visit
to Panama,. It. will be shown at
The' Central Theater atart'-f
today.- ,' ; (Adl.
One thing most kids ore slow to
grosp is o bw of scop.

i-iTTi-n i,ix f

conference of Ampriran. nrwa. .oiLj L d.:;.


FOREIGN ROAD SICW--A puzzled motorist pulls up to the
side of the Calumet Expressway, near Chicago, to check, on a 4
mystifying sight. The peculiarly lettered, sign was put on the J 1
new highway by the Illinois State Highway Commission, as
part ot a series of visual testing on roads throughout a large area.

DOES IT ON PURRRPOSE Mike would have cat fits if you
asked him, to exchange hi lot for a dog's life The five-week-
old kitten takes to the bottle every afternoon in Los Angeles, Angeles,-CaM.
CaM. Angeles,-CaM. '.:, t

BOSTON (UPy For the first
time in its long history, the uni-l
formed branch of the Massachu-
setts state police now has a tamer-;
and-son combination Lt, William
and-son combination Lt. William
J. Sullivan and rookie Trooper
Richard Sullivan.


7 V
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Pamela Carpenter;
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Shows; 1:15, 3:39, 5:58,
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the dlme-
a-dance doll!
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kCaemn laauiaBiaaai faiaalaMta a(H
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