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 )
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Panama -- Panama


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

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United States Volunteers
Offer To Fight For Egypt
- . t t .-:- .-.,
CAIRO, Auj. 18 (UP)' Egypt plans to recruit "resistance battalions' possibly
1 fncluding foreign, "volunteers," in every one of its cities and towns, It was reported,
; today. : v .
The newspaper Al Ahrarrt reported that 4500 recruiting offices have been open- i
ed throughout the country to sign up volunteers both men and women for the re resistance
sistance resistance battalions, which It said wilt be trained both for civil defense and active
combat. f y .

Cri bin Re j ccts Rnssisn Demand
For Suez LleefWilh Egypt, Reds

' LONDON, Aor. IS (UP) Britain today rejected Russia's de demand
mand demand for a second Sues conference and said she would stand fast
in her demand for Internationalization of. the waterway "regard "regard-less
less "regard-less of the odds." X:--. v '''riJar.'':'

At the same time, British
reiterated before the ZZ-natlon

and sincere desire"- for a peaceful settlement and said she would

use force only as a last resort.
Uovd eouDled his warninr
ference to agree on principles
" and. International control oi tne

v 'He announced ; Britain's- full
backing of the Big Three West Western
ern Western plan for International on on-trol
trol on-trol of the canal proposed .by
U.S. Secretary of State. John
'Foster Dulles. ; f '".-
in polite but firm language he
rejected the Bussian proposal
" " for another conference In which
Egypt and all the communist
sJbloc nations would participate.
"With respect," Lloyd said, "I
do not think that is good
Lloyd rTiarfd f" f-ttwl'
- ods used by tfypuan i resident
' Carnal Abdel Nasser to seise
- the Canal "were Indicative of
an attitude of mind such that
' anyth-'ng might happen at any
" ." time." ;v
"We have therefore taken cer certain
tain certain military precautions," he
, aald. "I have not the slightest
- doubt we were right to do so.
Nevertheless it Is our firm and
sincere r desire that we' should
reach a peaceful settlement.
"British governments and
' Brlt sh people do not like the
use of force. It is foj us always
. : the last resort." 1
. He added pointedly, "as a na nation
tion nation we are very slow to anger,
but when it is clear that vital
, Interests are threatened by acts
. of deliberate hostility we stand
,'fast whatever the odds."
' Lloyd called on the conference
V "to do two, things as soon as
possible.?, ",J
"First, formulate the princi principles
ples principles to which I have referred
and secondly arrange how they
should be speedily conveyed to
the Egyptian government. ;
The Drinciples, which Llovd

mentioned were those 'under
Ccs?:r Resi;n$r ;
As US Ari:ss:i:r
To Run Fcr Scnzb

" WASHINGTON, Aug. 18 (UP)
-( --President Elsenhower today
"regretfully" accepted the resig resignation
nation resignation of JOhn Sherman Coop-
- er as Ambassador to India. r
C'per submitted his resigna resignation
tion resignation at the personal request of
Mr. Eisenhower who asked him
. to run for the Senate In Ken-
- tucky. Republicans figure Coop
er may be able to win the Dem Dem-.
. Dem-. ocratic seat left open by the
death of Sen, Alben W. Barkley.
Cooper, who lost the seat to
Barkley in 1954, will be opposed
' by former. Kentucky X30v, Law Law-rence
rence Law-rence Wetherby. -.-h .,
In a letter made putillc by the
- White House, the President
, praised cooper for his work as
VS. Ambassador to India and
- the neighboring country of Ne Ne-'
' Ne-' fpal. The President compliment complimented
ed complimented both Cooper tnd his wife for
fan important Job well done."
Mr. Eisenhower said he knew
V' Cooper was resigning, effective
on a date to set later, "in order
v to be able to serve your country
in another Important capacity."
"You have represented our
' country .. with true distinction,
ability and diplomatic skill,"
the president said. "The genuine
interest and great understand understanding
ing understanding you have shown for the peo peo-ples
ples peo-ples and governments of India
and Nepal have been of lnesti lnesti-ff
ff lnesti-ff 1 mable value In furthering the
friendship between the United
' States and these two countries.
Our many mutual interests will
continue to develop and mature
on the firm foundation that you
have helped to lay in these

Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd
sues conference Britain's "linn
; f
with a dramatic appeal to the eon
for settlement of the Sues crisis
strategic ,waterway.
which the Canal would be oper
ated under international control
of supervision. ; ... ,..-t j ,
He added that such a decla declaration
ration declaration would not be interfer interference
ence interference with Egypt's domestic af af-.
. af-. fairs. ;. ir : -"- ;: ;:-Lloyd
Lloyd ;:-Lloyd listed what he described
as three "necessary Ingredients"
for a solution of the Sues problem;-.
I-;-.'.. ;
1. The shareholders f in the
Sues Canal company must be
justly treatea. ,,
tr Any new fcrrariRement must
command the confidence of the
pilots and other, technical em'
ployes of the canaL
3. The canal must be "freed
from politics.'!; ; .tw :
' Lloyd denied reports that
the British government had
sought to Induce Britons work
ing for the Canal to leave their
posts. 1
"That allegation h untrue, t
deny it categorically," he de declared.
clared. declared. i
He added that the British and
French governments Intervened
with the Canal company to en
sure that employes remain at
their posts at least for the du
ration of the present conference.
Pkns Fares Due
For Rcfcclicn; T
Washington; Aug. 18 (UP)
The Civil Aeronautics Board
has given xondltlonal and tem temporary
porary temporary approval to proposed re reduced
duced reduced trans Atlantic airlines
fares and services. However, it
said the fares should be reduc reduced
ed reduced further.. .. ;, .::i(tj. '.-
The Board also said represen representatives
tatives representatives of this government, and
other countries with' trans-Atlantic
airlines begin talks at
once aimed at encouraging fur further
ther further reductions and other fare
revisions.' ,'v; W-:;-:"'-.'"' v
-The new fares were drawn up
by, regularly scheduled airlines
engaged in trans-Atlantic oper operation
ation operation at a meeting of the Inter International
national International Air Transport Association-,
at : Cannes.- France,, this
summer. ..-. ..,u-, ;.v c
:The CAB approved them yes yesterday
terday yesterday for a period of one year
from the dates onywhich they
are scheduled to take effect It
also made its approval subject
to reconsideration "hi the light
of the results" of the proposed
Intergovernmental discussions.
The board criticized the air airlines
lines airlines for "failure to accomplish
any immediate revision in the
tourist class fare structure.''. It
has recommended a 10 per cent
cut in tourist fares, to be ac accomplished
complished accomplished by increasing the
number of seats in airliners
used in tourist service. 1
. The fares- approved by the
board 'are: Oct. 1 15-day
round trip excursion fares to
London, $425, a new service; as
of April 1, 1957 first-class
standard, $400 one way to Lon London,
don, London, $722 round trip. (Instead of
$440- and $792, respectively, as
at present)., t ';
Deluxe,, $450 one-way to Lon London
don London and $810 round trip; berth
surcharge up from $55 to $75;' as
of April 1, 1958new thrift serv service
ice service to London, $417.60 round
trip. ; ;, ; i .
The present tourist fare of
$522 to London round trln will
remain in effect. i

If f.y peorJ

r Ahram quoted Ma.-Ahmed A.
Toelma. an official of the Lib
eration Rally (Egypt's only au-
inonzea political party), as wie
umoruy ior its report. ;
At the same time, the week'
ly Akhbar El Yon said uoun uoun-feers
feers uoun-feers in the United Statet and
at least a dozen other coun countries
tries countries "have offered to join S
aypt'i -armed forces.", Akhbar
taid the government is consul'
ering the idea,
The weeklv said that countries
from which volunteer offers
nave been received include Can
aaa, Italy. Greece. Yueoslavia
iran. raKistan., the Sudan. In
donesla, Ceylon; Communist Chi
na, the Gold coast and at least
one South American country.
Egyptian newspapers also re reported
ported reported organization of an Arab
underground stretching from
the Atlantic to the Persian
Gulf and ready to strike a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the "imperialist WestZ,
The renort thp
iemi-of f icial Middle East News
Agency, said the new movement
was organized in a secret meet meet-iB)f
iB)f meet-iB)f "somewhere In Jordan."!.
i ne Arab world held mass
protests Thursday aeainst the
London conference that is seek-;
lng a solution of the Sues crisis.
At the same time the official
Egyptian government newsoaoer
Al Gounhouria announced the
arrival of Czech and- Russian
ships: bringing Soviet arms
bought under Egypt's deal with
Czechoslovakia last year.
The report said only that two
Soviet ships arrived in Alexan Alexandria
dria Alexandria Wednesday and two Czech
ship docked a week ago,
A communique from the or or-ganizers
ganizers or-ganizers of, the Arab under underground
ground underground movement said "every "everything
thing "everything should be done to under undermine
mine undermine Britain's interests on
which the depends in imposing
her domination ; upon Arab
The communique laid particu
lar sireas on the exposed oil
fields In the Persian Gulf area
and vital pipelines to the Med
iterranean. ? ...
It pointed out the Importance
or destroying the oil pipelines
when the signal Is given" and
thereby paralyzing, "imperialistic
companies which are sapping
me uiuuu or me Arao peoples
jiu expiomng weir vast
sources." -
Xnije Ofl(inasr
May le:d To lb7
Roycl Romances
VENICE, Aug. 18 (UP)-Crown-ed
heads and bluebloods conven
ed in romantic Venice today for
cruise oi Aings '.m me blue
Mediterranean which might lead to
a new royal romance.
Some of Europe's most ellgi ellgi-ble
ble ellgi-ble bachelors are among the 100 100-odd
odd 100-odd guests who sail from here to today
day today on the sleek motorship Chil-
us as guests or queen Frederika
of Greece.-' : --
Italians are confident some blue-
oiooaea romance will emerge
nm ie-oay cruise w Portugal
and back across the Mediterranean
to the Greek Isles.'
A smiliar cruise organized by
Queen Frederika in 1954 led to the
wedding of Princess Maria Pis of
Savoy and Prince .Alexander of
ine 500-too Acniueus, on
wLIch Elsa Maxwell staged a "eel
ebnty cruise" last year, put into
port today. Queen Frederika char
tered the ship from the Greek No.
miKos unes lor a reported $100, $100,-000.
000. $100,-000. -t ...., .i .. ...
Already In Venice for the cruise
were Queen Frederika with her
son Prince Nicolas Constantine;
Prince Bernhard of the Nether Netherlands,'
lands,' Netherlands,' with his daughters, Prin Princess
cess Princess Beatrix and Irene; exiled ex ex-Queen
Queen ex-Queen Helena of Romania; the
iouw ana countess oi fans, pre-H
tenders to tne non-existent thro"e
of t ranee, and the Spanish Lix
embourg. Prince Philip Albrech
of Wurttemberg with a large re
tinue. and Duchess Anna of Aeos
ta, widow of the late Italian Vice.
roy of Ethiopia, ..

int h truth rnnd tU


"Assistant secretary of
that neither the US-RP.

G enera CZWdge H ike

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vides for a general over-all wage increase, nor do they provide for pay-
ing US-raters for all jobs. C
Roderick stressed, however, that no employe wilLget a cut in pay
because of the implementation of this plan.
I, Rates of. pay for various positions, he said, will continue to be relat

ed to the geographical
position come. ;
Roderick's statement said,
' "I look forward to each: oc occasion
casion occasion when I am privileged to
revisit the Isthmus and I am al always
ways always desply appreciative of the
unfailing courtesy of mey friends
"The object of my visit this
week has been to discuss ac activities
tivities activities of the Canal Zone go
vernment, the, Panama. Canal
Co. and the defense establish establishment
ment establishment in the Canal Zone and to
hold conferences on those ac activities,
tivities, activities, as they- relate to our
neighbors in Panama." -y-
"Accompanied by U.S., Ambas
sador J. F. Harrington I have dis
cussed with president Arias and
bis advisers the agreements bet
ween our -two countries as con-i
tained la ,th-recent Treaty of
M u t u a 1 .- Understanding and
Cooperation and Memorandum
of Understandings Re a ched.
Both the government of Panama
and U.S. government agencies
here in the Canal Zone have
commitments set forth, in the
1955 agreements and I hope they
can be carried out at an early
date." - r
The assistant Army secretary
. "Democratic processes too not
work as fast as we sometimes
wish and there are several areas
in which the Canal Zone agen agencies
cies agencies cannot proceed further as
stated in the commitment In
volved until action has been
taken by the United States
"In addition, there seem
inevitably to- be areas wherein
oninions differ in the lmple
mentation of the varied and
complicated undertakings that
are involved. However. I think a
commendable job is being done
In each of the covered fields to
which I have given detailed at
tention this week," Roderick ad
"One of tne most Important
sections of the new agreement
is Paragraph One of the Memo Memorandum
randum Memorandum of Understandings
Reached which deals with era
pleyment practices in the Zone
and provides., among other
things, for a single basic wage
system and equauty of opportu opportunity
nity opportunity for employment in all non
security positions. These pro
visions when implemented will
fits to Panamanian employes
of the Canal zone."
Roderick continued
t'Slnca my arrival on the Isth
mus I have heard considerable
concern expressed over the ter termination
mination termination on Dec. 31, 1956 of the
commissary privileges now en
joyed by the Canal zone emplo
yes who are not citizens of the
United states ana wno reside in
Panama" : """. i
-"This p r e y Ision of the
Treaty was inserted at the re request
quest request of the government of
Panama and after its ef effective
fective effective date all these purchases
. by this, category of employe
Stolen Jewels
Found In Box
Of Medicine
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Aug. 13 -(UP)
Robert Coleman of Royal
Oak, Mich., bought a box of
"pills" in a drug store and solv solved
ed solved a seven-week-old Jewel mys mystery.
tery. mystery. .--' e .. ,-
The Jewelry valued at $2,800
was left in the store by Peter
narland of Hnnrnrlr M n whnri
he stopped to telephone friends
apout nis new baby. Someone
put the gems, which were In a
box, on a shelf of the store, ap apparently
parently apparently without looking at
': Alter Coleman left the store
yesterday, he opened what he
thought was a pill box. He found
the missing jewels,

ctwntry is sefn W.V UW.



Does Noi Mean

the "Army, George Roderick, said last night

treaty, nor the plan for
area from which the bulk
( 1 ,.
will be made from merchants
In Panama," he stated. '
"I am sure the people of Pa
nama have noted the an
nouncement of a wage Increase
for many local area employes
of the military services, xnese
buy increases were maae to onng
their pay pu to that paid by the
Panama Canal Co. ior ods. me
Panama -Canal Co. made an
across-the-board pay increase
last Mayr These two pay ; In Increases
creases Increases represent an increase of
li.4UO.uoo in me taxe-nome pay
of Canal zone wonters.
During this vweek .here, ne
added, .."It has been satisfying
to note again the continuing
increase in the amount of local
contracts and purchases made
by the Canal Zone agencies di direct
rect direct torn sources In the Tepub
lie Over this fiscal year ended
June SO, the Panama Canal Co.
alone made direct Panama pur
chases totaling $3,113,881 and
let construction, maintenance
and demolition contracts with
local contractors totaling $2,-
454,000.' In addition, the com company's
pany's company's other contracts for work
in tno canal zone, totaled $2, $2,-253,000."
253,000." $2,-253,000." i
- "Military purchases and con contracts
tracts contracts made in the Republic of
Panama, for the -same period
have been euqally Impressive,"
Roderick said. ...... : 'V
, j "For example,- the -products
and services purchased and con contracts
tracts contracts let by the U.S. Armed
Forces in the canal Zone dur during
ing during the fiscal year 1956, totaled
"Another factor to be con
sidered for Its importance to
Panamanian commerce. Is the
annual- payrolls Of the various
Canal Zone agencies.' During
the last iiscal year, the combln
"led total of these civilian, and
mintary payrolls exceeaea sua,
5uo,uuu, much or wnicn, I am
sure, found its way into the lo local
cal local economy to our mutual
"These benefits are' in addi
tion to the new annuity of $1, $1,-930,000
930,000 $1,-930,000 established by the Treaty
of 1953." ....
Roderick ; also added, "The
Panama Canal Co. has discon discontinued
tinued discontinued its plant that manufac
tured carbonated beverages. It
is developing new opportunities
to use Panamanian coffee with
roasting plant
- "Next January it expects to
close its Industrial Laboratory
.which, prepares a number of
pharmaceutical and other
Items for resale In the com commissaries.
missaries. commissaries. And it is giving
consideration to other activi activities
ties activities that might be closed as,
Panamanian sources develop.";
ll .be declared. .. ....
"Efieciive Dec. 31, 1958 the
Panama Canal Co. will discon discontinue
tinue discontinue its sale of goods to ships
as provided in the Memorandum
of. Undersandings. Panama has
been furnished data concerning
the items Involved and the sales
volume, which amounts to about
General O'Daniel
Cheered In Saigon
By Viet Nam Yets
i SAIGON, Viet Nam, Aug. 18
fUP) Hundreds of Viet Namese
veterans and refugees cheered
the arrival yesterday of retired
U.S. Gea John (Iron Mike) O' O'Daniel,
Daniel, O'Daniel, former American mili military
tary military adviser here and a veteran
of the Korean Wan
It was the same crowd which
hurled stones and curses yester
day; at. four communist,. North
Viet Nam officers who t landed
here to Join the .truce liaison
committee. Police checked the
mob and no one was hurt."
O'Daniel arrived from Manila
to soend two weeks as suest of
president Ngo Dlnh Diem. (


t i
its implementation, pro
of the employes in that
... ' ..
$360,000 annually," Roderick ad
"It is, of course, honed that
congress will make available
funds for the $20,000,000 bridze
over th j canal at Balboa in the
near iuture. Tnis large con
struction project will carry sub
siantiai economic benefits for
Panama and the bridee will. 1
xnow, oe welcomed by the Pan
amanian people, v A
He continued say Ine r "I would
like: to add that I have been
liappy to learn this week of the
many items now being delivered
airectiy from the Free zone and
from warehouses in the Repute
lie to our sales outlets.. This
type of transaction Is mutually
beneficial to the. Canal Zone,
and to the merchants in the
Republic,- and there certainly
will be a greater number of
items purchased in 'this manner
as assured supplies are made
available at acceptable prices.
"as a result oi the discussions
In which I have : participated
with. Panamanian government
officials, the Canal, Zone of-
uciais already nave made pro proposals
posals proposals to assist in resolving a
number of matters. n
"For example, the use of
housing In the New Cristobal
area end the purchasing pol policy
icy policy of Canal Zone agencies. A
proposal was made which
could .-greatly facilitate the
control of liquor sales to the
Canal one,"" he concluded.
"Throughout these talks there
has been friendly effort expend expended
ed expended in finding practical solutions
in several problem areas," was
his final statement, ij

Army-Consolidate j Its Various

first United Fund Cam
paign to be conducted in USAR USAR-f:ARiB
f:ARiB USAR-f:ARiB will set underway Sept.
4, Army headquarters ,has an
nounced. Tne anve wm continue
through Oct. 5. v 1 '. ,'
In the nast. various cnantaDie
and welfare organizations have
asked for funds ana : uhakua
RIB has' conducted separate
drives for each agency. -j
It is believed that better re results
sults results can be obtained if funds
are collected only once a year
and allocated to meet the
fund requirements of the ben benefiting
efiting benefiting agencies.
Other commands .thfoughdu
th Armv have initiated similar
drives which have met wltm
overwhelming success.
'The success or tnis campaign
will determine its future use by
During September ana Octo
ber, all military personnel of
USARCARIB and its civilian
employes,: both U.S. and non non-V&.
V&. non-V&. citizens, will be solicited for
one day's pay. This enables ev everyone
eryone everyone to give according to his
ability.. ;
For those on leave, voucners
will be held until they return.
Donations will be given volun voluntarily.
tarily. voluntarily. 'y:-':-S--':;
Contributors may earmark
their donations to any or all of
the various charity and welfare
organizations that will be listed
on collection vouchers.
However. If the contributors
do not wish to indicate the spe specific
cific specific organization to which their
donation will go, it will be Plac
ed In. the General 4 Welfare
Fund,. 'f-'.
The General Welfare Fund is
an emergency fund to take care
of unforeseen calls for help and
to answer the call of smaller
and lesser-known drives for
funds. It will allocate money on
a percentage basis to each fund

Retroactive Rulin

.1 1 .!..!

Higher Brackets

.Between 800 and 1000 Canal employes' chiefly iri
the median and upper pay brackets are due for soma
back overtime shortly. 7
The windfall checks will ranae from n Inw n O in

$3 up to as much as $200 in some instances.
Payments will be made under a new ruling of "tht
Comptroller General directing that the differential be in included
cluded included in the payment of overtime at certain salary levels.
T "The ruling is retroactive to November 1954 and will

apply in the future . w
Employes of the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Company Canal Zone' Gov Government
ernment Government in the lower grades
will probably not tall heir to
any back overtime, since they
have been drawing it currently.
to understand the basis for
the back overtime and the fu
ture overtime It is necessary to
look at the so-called federal
pay Act of 1945 and the fringe
Benefit Law of 1954, ,: ; i
:i'eiw:ihl945iWj, certain
groups became ehgible for time-and-a-half
overtime. Salaries
above a certain level ere eligi eligible
ble eligible only on a sliding and de-
stending scale up to a certain
figure. Above that figure, fed federal
eral federal employes received no over-
The ' Fringe Benefit Law of
15 raised that level from $2830
per annum, Jto ; the States en-
trance r
' Last
ce rate 01 a ua-v as
year, it is reported, a
personnel official of the 15th
Naijal District asked the
Comptroller General to rule
en Whether such a GS-9 should
also receive overtime on his 25
per tent overseas differential.
The! answer was aff'rmative.
Thereafter the Company-GoV
ernment organization requestea
and jeceived a ruling, -
listed, based oh what was given
last Vear. This fund gives great greater
er greater latitude to USARCARIB in
supporting the various charita charita-blejactivlties.
blejactivlties. charita-blejactivlties. 1 1 : ?
The administration of the
fund drive and the : pro-rating
of she money collected is vested
in the United Fund Council com composed
posed composed of Col. H. F. Donovan,
chaplain, USARCARIB, presi
dent; Lt. Col. R. E. Rose, exec-'
uuve orncer, a-i, vice-president;
Col. W. N. Hornlsh, ad adjutant
jutant adjutant general, campaign offi officer;
cer; officer; Capt. James C. Godsey, as assistant
sistant assistant adtutant 1 eeneral. re-
dance and accounting officer,
fittd custodian; and Lt. Cob A.
L.I Bennett, Special Services
Chief, Lt. Col. T. M. B. Hicjts, In Information
formation Information officer and carl A.
Wlbell, civilian- persoohel offi-
cert-.-;"--:;-rr"''" :
.. Ih this campaign Ahe wishes
of j the individuay participant
will be carried, out to the last
cent. ....
Donations may be made
without special Instructions or
the contributor may indicate
hew he wants to have his dol dollars
lars dollars spent. Donations for which
there ig 'no specification or
reservation w'll be pro-rated
to all funds on the list.
. Checks should be made pay
able to the Custodian, United
Community Fund. Each contrib
utor will be given at card show
ing! how much he gave and to
which organizations. ;
floaters' will be on display in
post exchanges, theaters, com com-mlisaries,
mlisaries, com-mlisaries, clubhouses, day rooms
and orderly rooms reminding
contributors to "Dig Down
Each person in USARCARIB
military, civilian, U-8. and non-
U-I- citizens will receive a let
terj urging everyone to dig dowaj




This also directed that the
differential be naid in flcurin
overtime in the doubtful catego categories,
ries, categories, and thus raised the salary
on which differential could be
iigurea ta sbbuo per year. 7
Meanwhile, the maylmum na
which anyone could receive
here, including overtime, was
also raised to a top annual -figure
of $14,8flOi'' - ;
Personnel and payroll clfrks
are pow totting up the bacle
overtime- and 1 0 payir-nts v HI
be made until this woi. is eom-"
plete, a Balboa Heights source
said. y 1


Judge Has Links :
Wilh Cend Zone ?
The "Virginia Federal iudgi ; j
who handed down the first de )

cision in tne south directing 1
locality to desegregate its pub pub-lie
lie pub-lie schools is the brother of s
longtime Canal Zonian. it wai

learned this week. ,'?
Judee John Paul 12. ls'sued' N"

his order against the Charlottes

vu ie School Board last mon ',.',
' CU. .1.- A AS 15 1 -Vf, (' 1

iur liic dul zs vpurx rre xihi .

oeen r eaerai uisiriru iuqcp ni
Judge "i
tne western District

He Is a brother of Seyn5r L

Paul, former Personnel Direct
of the Panama Canal organisa organisation,
tion, organisation, who is now retired andVllv'
ing in Harrisonburg,. Virginia, t
not far from Charlottesville'":
Judge Paul made several blpi
to the Isthmus to visit his fcro-
ther during the latter longXa .,
nal service.-- .-'' A..f.-'.. ir

The Jurist who reportedly
shocked Virginia segregationist! ..
with the force of his verbal or 1

fder for an end to school segre-

gation in Charlottesville has t 1
fighting background, i
His father, also named Jobs S'
Paul, was also a Federal dlstricl

Judge,' and a Confederate caval-' 1 l

ry captain as wen. v
-. The present Judde John Paul' j'
was a fullback at VMI and thi ..
University of Virginia. He serv 1 4
ed as a captain of artillerrls
World War I.' K ..;.
Running as a Republican, ni
won a contested seat and serv- f

ed for a brief time in Congress t
Later he was a Special assistant $
to the Attorney GeneraL He wai '

a U.S. District Attorney whei fc
appointed to the Federal bencs

by President Hoover in 1932. J I

Mayors To Visit
Filtration Plant
This Afternoon
Mayors and ether municipal
officials from all ever the
hemisphere are expected to
visit the Mlraflores Filtration -Plant
this afternoon. .- L
Delegates to the 6th Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Conrress of Munlcl- -parties
are planning to step
by the water-purification unit
on their way back from an In-..
spection trip to the locks and
through Gaillard Cut to Gam- 1
boa. ." .--v' ."'"
The titration plant at Ml-,
raflores was the first plant of
tnis type to be erected in Lat
in America and s still consld
ered a model for communities
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rOOUSH FLOUNDERERS in th mire of your crwn f
miserable ignorance, I waj. loiterin; among the lambent
liquids in Rolando's Hideaway the other day, pondering
on how Red, the coxswain of the Cantuta cab, manages
to drive one-handed at the same time as he holds up the
open umbrella inside the cab to Ireep back seat passen-
gers from getting drenched by the rain pouring, through
the holes in the roof.- 1 v, v.
men I was through wondering about Red, I wonder- -ed
about Sadeye Sam, who liasnt had time to write late-
ly because he's out there, at .Mindi on that, new expert-
ment for the (mmissary Division. Seems a wheel in the ....
division has come up with a new idea for saving money
in the preparation and packing of frozen meat. The: plan 1
is for the meat to be frozen fiom the outset, which would
certainly save. processing costs.; So. Sadeye Sara's..out
there away from his desk, trying to cross a Mindi bull
with a polar bear. "," ."
I didn't speni t00 much time wdering about, the ;
prevailing Canal Zone rumor, that a Ibrmer governor put
the knock on a former lieutenant governor in lu effi-;
ciency ratiug; because you dont have to listen mucn
around the Canal Zone these days to hear everyone ?ut-
tine the knock on everyone else, and why shouldn't the

s governor be allowed to get into the, game, same as lie

throws out the first ban or tne oasenau season.
-So" I ailit wonderinc about who is putting the knock

' on whOkin the Canal Zone, betiuse that is altogether too

much to cope with in one think, and I turned instead to
the great international tylefrin-tte-rpM ;
" There must have ome your, attention over this
last year or so some chatfacters who have devoted the
massed resources of their thinking power to. the problem,
and unlaringry identified an occasional unevenness in
some Fanamanian streets for .what it is holes in the
road. ..'. r ., i'.:-.:-
, In certain cases it has taken a degree from a good,
university Stateside to' duaufy local observers to. classify
this phenomenon, .the degrees don't help when it comes
'tO.IUdng thf holes.:,- -.n-r:'--..r.,
Having thus reaped the fruits of four or more years
of expensive education, (at parental expense i no work-
Jng through college), the observers quit engineering for
politics, and have identified Sefior Don Gene Fallon as
the man who invented holes in the road.t Fallon himself
splits the credit between Alexander the Great and Julius
Caesar. T v V vvv,m ty- y -- vr.r !tw --.-f -;.-aw' ;
Now, the thing has' gone thi" same way as 8b many
firsts. It has set up a challenge. Same as no sooner had
the Wright Brothers hit on the idea of flying, than. COPA
Itartsup. r-,,;'yr- i,.... ,:-1:r V-iw'-.
. Likewise with Gene Falbh's holes In the road Fallon
comes through, with his idea, then .someone so far un unnamed
named unnamed down in Call, Colombia, tops v him.; Lines, up six
ammunition trucks in the middl of town, imd makes
himself a hole 80 feet deep and 190 feet across. ". ..
But above all you have to admire the way the CanafA
'7nn ha t.aVan tin t.h phallntrp Hilt, t.hara hn Parnlwt

Hill, it needs no more than a couple of good rainy season Y"
ffMtior e anri nuVa omlnor tr' rifim a irilo in thp mart that

makes that Call job look like a slightly-displaced man manhole
hole manhole cover.
.-.; ii Don't let .them ever tell you that Panama Canal
engineers, and indeed the Panama Canal staff in gen general,
eral, general, cannot meet any challenge presented to them.
They can really get their coats off and go to work.'t
' Talking about getting coats off and going to .work, ;
mail filtering across the rickety beer case that serves mb
for a desk Indicates that In one of the old town's beer
gardens recently (and I am not referring to the town ol :
Los Rios), harsh were words spoken concerning the wear-.
ing or otherwise of coats for dancing. 1
Some of you may have heard about dancing. . an
inexcusable, female-devised trespass upon valuable drink-
ing time. Have nothing whatever to do with such foolish-;
ness, is my advice. ,
Any how, in this hallowed' haunt oLruckus and re- j
freshment, it seems there wcie character cavorting coat-;;
less. Umbrage was taken; (I guess an umbrage i&v some-;
thing like vest used to be.:-Jhsufficifintattlrtj'for thtt:'
'gavotte.) iiAOis:K;..i.r;f ;
1 know nothing of the rights c' wrongs .of thW' in-'
' cident, which has struck sparks off souls hereabouts,' but
I would like at about this moment to launch the thought
that a coat on the dance floor' no more makes a gentle gentleman
man gentleman of its contents than does perceptive recognition 6f
holes in the road make an engineer out of a kibitzer. ;
v In mv day, I have had the misfortune to encounter

impeccably dressed stumblebums who apparently derived
their maximum, intellectual nourishment, fronv comic
books. J '-. i )
. It seems an Umily Post upbringing has oeen devot devoted
ed devoted entirely to instructing them on how to'lyoldjpouring
soup down their shirtfront ivr : f ;
. Above .them there Is a grade of sharp, Jacketed gen gentry,
try, gentry, flowing freelyv with the gusty wit ofrJoe Miller'
Joke-Book. Xharming companions doubtless, but not for
me.. ;
'.. And thertvis the ban yivant lurching round the place
. like an anteatewithliJve$, but o long as he:has a coat
on he -is presumably the most, acceptable of company for
everyone elscon the dance aren,-. "v '; : f ;
It's all right if he belt, his date In the 'eye, just so"
long as he is wearing a jacket while doing so.
Beside such a distingt'ilshed guest, a peasant with

lril3 AllViV-ilVIUIl-b Ua DUUI V VtVIVi V BVC1U1C Jasii-
illance with tribal shibboleths, and. to this abstain both
rom a jacket and from belting his date in the eye, can- -not
for a moment be permitted to unleash his degraded
L 1U- J41J n. J...a. X. j -

'. I don't know who's kidding who In this ridiculous
charade. All I do know is that a "jacket no more make a
Jentleman. of a guy than a pair of track shoes make Ujm
ohn Landy . .-.-. .t
He's either worth havujg reundv or he's not, and :
neither a tail-coat nor a flgleaf t& change this. Those 1
unfortunates who have to Jail tick c;r distinguishing foe-i
tween a tail-coat and a figleaf to decide whether anyone
is good company and a gentleman, are in sorry straits
indeed when it comes to sorting out this world's numer numerous
ous numerous worthwhile guys. i."" .:..
PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT this weeTc is decided
by the Canal Zone -All-Star Teenage baseballers, who
dropped their first Stateside warmup game two'runs'bnx-v
four nits to six Highspire runs on seven hits but for me,(J
I believe
2467 -
is an omen of much better things to come this week,
starting 11 a.m. today, and continuing from tomorrow
IVivniifrh ajntiirrfaw at. t.Via Vntinnal T.nnoira tm.mnnunf

atHershey, Pa, ,'... .'



U During G;r7.:ns Us2 Sr.:!l Sbsp
In Successful Atlantic Crossing

Appealing Poems and- Piciures for Kids

In Jean Bailey s 'Panama Pattie

vttt n nvp Tm nevr frt that we were in any

"daring West Berhners recenfly.real danger of sulking," the en en-eompleted
eompleted en-eompleted a 33-day crossing of the gineer laid. r
Atlantic, in. a 25-foot sloop that! After replenishing supplies to
would have fitted easilv on the the Canary Islands the Grudon



was not an

trin w rr.fullv nlanned every

Aoti Mv friends in Berlin con-

aider me not an adventurer but

an exact man.
Dienst, the only one of the. two
..t. .n..v. v. n 1 1 1 h. said he

thinks his single-masted sloop,
Grudon, is the second smallest
,4. .m the Atlantic. He

said a somewhat smaller vessel
was pointed out to him at Nassau
. having een used by a woman
to- cross the ocean.

The blond, blue-eyea engineer,

was pushed across the waters at
a fsst clip by the trade winds

I that favored Columhus. During

th final v iv. mensi sua mej

ran. into only Uiree sizauie muu muu-derstorms,
derstorms, muu-derstorms, none severe.

' VVnrriMi thal-inev miEIH moe

tv.;- .nil. gmn ihffv tnnk them

U1CU o ft J
down during each storm and rode
..t h. n;ith a sea anchor.

v . i

The two alternatea nigm uu

day at the Uner, situng m cup
Wc.tAr.H(Tht COCltDU 111

Ttith man ICf Vfl i

three-hour watch at mghL They
navigated by the stars with only
. nt rhrnnnmeer to


check posiion. They had only a

i: -J Cnbnnir alpnt in tWO

. i jjicusv ui ui-adventure
adventure ui-adventure bunks in the vessel's small cab n.

deck of Christopher Columbus
flafshin -.

Following the'eourse set by the

great navigator in 1492, .- they

made it ia a boat which perhaps
Is the second smallest e v e r to
cross the Atlantic.:
The two sailor s. Dr. Eans
Dienst, 37, a consulting engineer,
and Dr. Heinz Pokorny, 32, a Ber Berlin
lin Berlin physician, explained on dock dock-ig
ig dock-ig here after a leisurely cruise
thrnnoh th Bahamas that the

voyage was no publicity stunt or

wild adventure.
" "It's very simple,". said Dienst.
"It's my prescription for health.
. e i,u on iii a aanitarrtim

CU1UV a,w i r r-
to rest from the stress and strains' small radio receiver

of modern Lie. I sail a snip in- miner.

In their spare time, they would
read, repair sails or study marine

me, a uuuuj i

The men loos auuui
. x. tha whnlfi tTlD.

01 iresn.wai" v ----
rationing it at one and one-hatt

nuarts per man pe d.yiney

Dainea ut bc -of
the voyage, they had about
. frch water left.

Their Diggesv oui i -v-

fcnm th sea' ltseil. tieuw

the fish were often uite coopera



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Postman Could

Use Shock Stick

On Fierce Dogs
Connecticut canine authority
has some advice for Postmaster

uenerai bummertietd who s con concerned
cerned concerned more about hostile dogs
than sleet, snow and hail keeping
his men from their appointed
rounds. 1 . ..

- Summerfield held a conference
in Washington to discuss ways of
Drotectine letter camera from

yipping and nipping.

J ne solution is easy, according
to Mrs. Harold & Goldsmith use
shock sticks.

Mrs. Goldsmith, eastern region regional
al regional chairman of the National Dog

powered sticks are harmless but!

win -scare ue aayughu out of
any animal.
"Firfn will lir haelt hit irt

pick tip his heels and scoot lick-

tty-split, she added.

TWO 'LITTLE PASSENGERS watch the "Bl g Fat Conductor" as he "wheezes up the steps
and squeezes through the door" in Jean Bailey 's new book of children's poems, "Panama
Pattie.' This- is one of the 29 black-and-white drawings with which the author has illustrat illustrated
ed illustrated her book. 1 1

children who have attained school, pteasant-sounding rhyme, but the
i . . !; akAiii If Im iksil-

Mother Nature's
Own Refrigerator

Two Milford carpenters kept their)

on aruus in a pue oi snow tney
uncovered beneath seven feet of

ioam one ummer aiy.

To Students Going To School in the U. S.
Now is the time to ,look for September
: sailings from Cristobal. ;
; "B"-Street, 7-27, Tel. 2-1661

rne oioni), umo-cjcu
. . . 1 nninlM

Grudon is reasonaoiy s a x e wouia ?u,ul-ch would

oceanic travel. , ..w- deF- m ,UTiDfl

A smaU beat mat is duuv 101 im agamv Hprk5

the nigm anu :

They also carrieo miwm :
..a .iahlM and a supply -of

fresh lfcmons and potatoes.
. The GruddVs smaU auxil ary
engine was used only, a tptal of
foTUre durmg the entire tr.p

Dienst said, two noura r;
Palmas and two hours coming

"won't have much time

Dienst -saic: he receved jrtfc m

Nassau that ne ji

office as v. soon ,r""',"
Polorny plans a more liesurely
rPeSrtoPGem.ny via smer

after selling we iu

t,ik nH rmiffh teas, is safer than

a big boat not ; built for ocean;
travel," he explained. "It is. a
maU boat but yery sturdy and
D?enst said .he J : and Pokorny
made the -trip in two phwes.
In the summer of 1955, tney
sailed the rugged little craft from
Germany around f the European
continent to Huelva; Spam the
i. int.nff nnint. for ColumDUS 00

Kicn.mkinff vovaee. The

second part of their trip bgan in
t thia war.

They sailed from Huelva to La
Palnws in the Canary Islands and
from there theymade the 3,7 oa oa-mile
mile oa-mile trip across the Atlantic in 39
days to San Salvador, Ckimmbus
first landing place in the New
.17 u it vrir rninmbus 29 days.

Two days after leaving Spain,
the 'Grudon ran into bad squalls

which whipped up J
x..i. miA Ku innainerea turn

juiensv aiu .; -- t.j
inff back, but decided they had
"rather face the fury of the seas
than the ridicule of their friends.
Before they, t e a
iPalmas. only 10ft v na ; away,
1 4ev lost three double-strength


Coming out in time to make a
Christmas gift with sure-fire mop moppet
pet moppet appeal is a slim book of chil-rft-n'
vprA aiithnMrl and illus

trated by Jean Bailey, writer and
member of the League of Ameri

can .Pen women. ;

Vithnnoh fil 1a not "Mrs. Bai

ley's first attempt at a book; hav having
ing having already collaborated success successfully
fully successfully with fellow pen women Pa Patricia
tricia Patricia Markin, ; .Elizabeth Lamb,
and Jeanne Beaudry in bringing

out "The Feiican Tree, n (""'
H. unnH firintinff. it is her

first solo venture in authorship.

n...i. Tottio'' J children's

...... & dtmintinff tha small but won

vrisc ...

derful adventures of North Ameri

can children in Uiejtropies. wra-

j 7u..... ih aoDealmg

u. -ir .nH.whii drawings of small

fry and their aoings, inn v-.
. a.:.d. 4 a4 a As liV

be read aioua 10 wu vfc w

"Tho seas Were r o u g h, but I return on.

Long Distance

vAKrr'Mlv W W fTTP A

female purple finch, banded, and

released to woueoor, na,
r..,.t. it 10U aa anot down in

Clarkevilte, Texas, on Dec. 2.

1955. The state s nsn ana
hiif Ralnh G. Car-

penter, said thaV of the 10,000
birds he has banded since 1923,

this was the longest oisiancr

1,850 miles nea ever jeewveu

Mr Ttailev'i work haa the lame

type of appeal prevalent in the

verse, or a. a. juune, wiuioui,

however, bis sometimes negativ-
tii- nnilitv It leida tha rhild a-

long gay and delightful bypaths

u ia aiwajrs, ui a yauucBi uiau-
ner, construcUve. ; V V :

Thi'th result of Mrs.

Roilv'a hrwH and affptinnat

observation of her own brood of
three and their playmates, plus
lively imagination, a sense of hu

mor ana -tne snacK ox writing

We salule tlie TTlayors attending

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ISSENTIAL i K THE necessity ol adding weigm

Deep in the recesses of their" something that botlieri very
personal lives, where moat women' few women. But for those who are
find out what'! mine bothered, particularly m a t a r e

sn.-toere seems to be a resist
knee id hairbrushine.

One young women finally admit-
A. M - l 1 1L.X 1 u

irtl lxi puouc uui sue ueei utusu-
d her hair and this prompted
three other women to confess tbey

over did either. As soon as the

confession came out. a woman: ding.

ho knew tomething about beau- '" . "'
tr raUed Ber hands in horror. 1 Even for women who have
""Brushing and shampooing are some definitely physical digestive
the bases' of all good looking trouble that prevents their eating
aiu-i," she explained. mirch, some of the problem seems

The non brusbers all said that ro ue in me mma

women who may have been ill oi

worrying, it s a severe problem.
The penalties of being really too
thin are: clothes that don't fit, fa fatigue,
tigue, fatigue, old look, dry slqn and hair,
and the' sundry aches and pains
that come from insufficient pad-

. they didnt brush their hair be be--
- be-- cause it took the wave out.
This may be true -for a while.

' Sut hair with a temporary wave,'
however nice it may look for the
' moment, will soon grow lack-lus-
tre and come out in considerable
' quantities if tt's not b r u s h e d.
Brushing is the only exercise hair
gets. And it nejds it.
Brushing stimulates the scalp

- and keeps the blood and nourish

went flowing up there. Brushing

takes the oil from the scalp and
hair roots and spreads it out along
jy Jlair shaft so that tta-control-i
-i 41 and shiny. Brushing removes
"tt- and 'dirt between 'shampoos.
Cf'ushing keeps a healthy .scalp
l-at way.; :k
t -A wave set in a beauty, alon
" brushed oUttrtC Bnt
.adV. consistent brushing will ej
r muaDy, bring out a natural
vkreX ? -' i "':,'-!
" v,Tb,ere Is no hair beauty, withoutj
rushing, ao jf there are any wom wom-who
who wom-who thinly,, in the private por por-':t
':t por-':t Jl, of their mmd, that brushing
nonsense, "it's tune for a revi revi-"S'OHtf
"S'OHtf revi-"S'OHtf opinion. ..." ' --i
t :

One woman took a trip of a
week to another city. Away from
her own kitchen and the various
tasks the felt Impelled to perform,
she put on three pounds. This
was a triumph. She sat still for a

while and ate the food that was

nut before her. .

Like many too-thin mature wom

en, she found the job of cooking

dinner took her appetite. When her

friend cooked, she could approacn

the meal wun sometning ajun to

appetite. - -1 - -

' Doctors often suggest that a too-

thin woman. a.Simufy stop doing

her household tasks until she can
put on some1 weight.' Under doc doctor's
tor's doctor's orders, some women -will do
so." However though a d o c t o r

mieht find it hard! to understand,

fretting .about, not doing tasks is

as enervating as doing them;

A visit quite': away from her
usual surroundings helped one
woman. Perhaps .this suggests the
kind of vacation a- too-thin wom woman
an woman should selecL -

Eastern look continues into the
summer in exotic prints and the
sheath cut.' -s r

i -alas

Stick Q)eodomnt
nt '"cr

Qragance, coo




) f w stick deodorant with anti.

lirspiraat qnallUea can be a
Hi e!p la warm weather. This one

if. mr r is nerai Kent.

THOSE women who are looking

for a light deodorant that can be

used right after shaving may be
interested in a product new on the


' This is a cream stick deodorant

that has a favorite floral scent. It

comes in a plastic case with a cap
both top and bottom. When, more

stick is needed, the bottom cap is

removed and more is pushed up.

At no time does one need actual

ly to touch the deodorant, a boon

to the extra-fastidious.

i-i ,1;
This product wilt be of particu

lar interest to women whose, deo deodorant
dorant deodorant problem is minor. This deo deo-rant
rant deo-rant has anti-perspirant qualities,

but it u not an au-out product

It's primarily designed for women

who find mat one ueni appuca

tion of a gentle product u all

they need, even in summer.

The plastic case and solid for'm

make this an ideal travel conma

nion.'The manufacturer says, that
because the product doesn't con contain
tain contain alcohol, it won't shrink or
crumble with age.

' The obi creates a look of waist-'
line slimness, and the side slit
hemline carries out the Oriental
look. Frequently, the fabric from

which the dress is cut has an er

otic look m itself; it is touched
with gilt or combines hot and cool

cotors with the glint of gold.
We show two versions of the Far
Eastern look. Maharani print cot cotton
ton cotton (left) has mandarin collar, au authentic
thentic authentic obi and the side slit.

Dramatic border print is used
(right) for dress with camisole bo bodice
dice bodice and crushed cummerbund.

The model holds in her hand a

matching bolero designed to give

the dress added hours of wear.
Both designs are by Stephanie Ko-
ret, s .. s .. ...


How Moiherhood Spells
'Milk and Honey io Child,


- DCXUrV jIUBIi 3kA4i vt m.
A reformatory is not Coney la-! scrape ictl the id

land on a summer afternoon, t kl, aim oy vul"i"'"" i..

ihe one where Joe wasr it some-!

times ramed. Then, if you stooa
a window, the- grayness outside Not aU of -W are. -Eight now it ...

gray, unshaped future oeiore you tV;.
S that younUd trm,tmM tha land.

Yeab-but when 1 get out of nere, w

and waxed floors on -his hands oeen gen F. k""- ,

and knees. The food he ate came was a u, wj
WW chef who cooked er h.djo teU t.

At night he slept in a room with ents couldn't afford to give
is othl? sleeoers who eround their what you get I got one new dres

teeth through dreams of reprisal! every summer...'... -for
humiliations not disclosed byl tIn respectable neighborhoods,

the clinic's psychological tests. His mere are no
ipttrs. ffoine and comine. were round to scrape off. the guilt

Tead by strangers' eyes. Joe's re-j smeared on chUdren Dy inese eo,mt

formatory, aometime'a-noierao.7Uiuii ;. ,-. .,'
place, was never a happy qne. -a v: : .' ,lv
Yet if you ever tuned ianja hisl- This whiter I heard Dr, Ench
mother's visiting day conversation Fromm, the psychoanalytic thinks
with him, you'd iiave 'though he .'""pare mo ,hh kS!
was having th time of his life. "millt .and honey'.' of the Bible
ck.u .... -4'V HiinV T'v rA. Prtfmin 1.1 Lid. .- .-

it good on my feet all ay at the H "'d.: ,7;

cafeteria? You don't- appreciate, er give nernua is uie . mun as

j; You got,tne. rromisea uinui uui me uvw.

ey, the priceless sweetener oi nis
experiene,.,is her affirmation -ol
the goodness of life' 1 4
Nobody' can possibly affirrt lha
goodness of 1'fe to children by de degrading
grading degrading the life she is personally
living. i

what you cot that's you;

a landlord to come banging aownj
your door every first of the, month
like me? Never ; knowing when
your father's going to start knock

ing me around? xou Know au ne
ever needs is get a little liquor in

Slauhxq (ooi -Starts' :
JJown -pnoe ceuej, ip,

, NEA SUff. Correspondent


worrying, uom, it s unliKely your
college-bound daughter will wind
up a spinster schoolteacher or
frustrated career woman. Fur-

uiermore, sne 11 probably come

out ahead of the out roan financial financially.
ly. financially. -rFor
the learned ladies of the A-

inerican Association of University
Women have just taken a sharp

look at themselves, and what, they

have discovered is ;most encour

aging. .- i, v-."

Here are the up-to-date figures
the AAUW gathered from 22,000
of its members:
More than half of them have

been able to find a husband.

Most of those who are married

ave children. f
As many of them are home-mak

ers as are teachers.

t TO LEARN MORE about itself, i dudes the husbaad's eafnings for' "WE WERE STRUCK

the AAUW sent out a question- those who are married., over 9,- she says, it seems that a


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Sthe seartii'.fbi' good' 'taste,
Wagers oftenJ-jflnd that offered
Jglp seems iixe at hindrance,'
'.... J v .

Tlus .Is particularly., true' when
the help comes from ,ne'a ninth.

r. When a mother tries to suggest!
that red satin anklestrap plat-
form shoes mav not be mllahlp

r daughter feejj as If she being!

wiu uuwu u age ten iorevert

. Mosf mothers have no particular

wigeraesa to xeep xneir daughters

u rompers.' rney ar woud of!

U4ere & .J4ow I
. '' t k i
iSnabiltols did

; 1

'? N f

SOON women will be' tottering
back home, and back to bffices

with fistfulr of vacation snapshots

Most of them wiu be. ghastly and

not because the i photographs is

poor. v'

AS women who have spent "e "e-ven
ven "e-ven a few days pounding the pave pavement
ment pavement in summer will tell you, it's
hopeless to try to stay coot.

niiun x. ine sizznne. roasunE, iriea-egK

number sepsauons mai seiue raw am ux.

nalre to a sampling of one third
of its 140,000 members. Out of the

45,000 women queried,; 22,000 re replied.
plied. replied. :, -; ti T 1 ' -'
"We were certainly surprised at
some of the things we found,"

says. Dr. Hallie Farmer, chair-

jcommittee.'? ?;;:: .: f ri- ..
i "People have I been under the

impression that there' is. some something
thing something contradictory about being an

educated' woman -and having a
husband and family. The question questionnaires
naires questionnaires show our members marrv

and have children' tike any other

-women." r

i Of the 22,000 ladies who an

swered, 13,000 reported that they
are married and 12,000 said they
have children.

The survey further Indicates

onn .v.. ..... .u...i.t tk.ifin. maker even the- most air-con.

. . ;! -. j" Hitinnoll .orsatlint UM 1 TnOtlEh

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dr farmer, who has

retired, as a professor of history
at Alabama College in Montevallo,
Afa., refused to conclude that an
educated woman is in a better po.
sition, to .catchi'a rich husband-

She said the figures indicate
that the women lead a life that is
generally considered comforta-

She feels, however,, that 4heir
economic position means the y

must taxe on more social respn
ibility' to the community.' f ;

Perhaps the most startling part
of tee survey for Miss Farmer is
the result showing that there are
slightly more homemakers than

that the median total Income of the teachers among AAUW mem-

these women-u $6,750, This 4n-bers.

of teachers. She. was also impress-l she were sinking Into the nether

ed r we fact that nearly lOfiW
fuAm am eift t-lvAav iniinArl 4-hei A .( .J

UW fori atody and- tntellectuall The unusual part about. hot feet
stimulus, i .v.) ; tis that they persist eyen after a
U'.'i j i ,1 girl swings herself onto a stool in
1 Tki. tAii! v.. n 'air-cooled coffee shop. Down

Wnt,hrinr ahmit fhn frimiitw oi1 goes.the. lemonade.f but j the .feet

women coming out of college" she

saysj "remaps our coueges are
not turning out .butterflies but se serious
rious serious women.'! -j -itir'iiri .;' v -.
' According to 'ttie responses,. AA
UW. officials were also pleased to
find that their membership is

drawn from comparatively young
womep or example, ,66 per cent
Of those who replied are 46 years
of age or, younger. And i per

cent received their degrees be
tween, 1950 and 1956.


1 K

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, .If you haven't gone pn vacatiop

yet, take a look at last year s pho
tos to get an idea of why you.
generally so pretty; look like old

fried, eggs in photos -9-
These are the main ailment!' of

vacation snapshots: 4
Feet stuck into the camera,
This generally- happens in beach
shots, where one is sitting down.
If you're going to have your pic picture
ture picture taken, make an effort to s,ee



' mi

that the perspective wont be out

w jumpers, -luey arc proua 'On -.L.-a- . - i
tteif daughters' fiicreasing matur-!1 whict- .. '-,ii
&id.vS. Iit Standing with weight on 'oni
Mourn eavesdrop ; on a conversa-M Thif ,,,,,.1 n,. mi. u

Where .nmrArfaKTa Kilt it malrLOC tha hiha

tfbn between two mothers

each offers evidence of how grown
up her daughter is.: .. v

1 What a mother is trying to teachj

wnen sne eliminates the red latin
hoes is the mysterious quality
called "suitability." She wants ber
daughter to. have the ; and
most suitable clothes for the mon money.
ey. money. She wants her to look pretty.
Granted, some mothers go over overboard
board overboard 'and become rigid about
what their dauehters buv. Then

the teen-aeers comnound the error

by going too far into the sophi-1 wretched on film'.

ucaieo. ciotnes oepartment,

look .extra large and the clothes
appear W fit poorly. If you stand
for your ,icturetand 1. w tb
weight, equity on both legSk Ji
' Extra at in bathing suit (htj.
This comes from not sUnding or
sitting up slralgiit Get the abdo abdomen
men abdomen in and the chest upvwhn
your picture is being taken, t -ron.
out those rolls of flesh that
aren't had in actuality .''but" look

. A mother knows that there must

Ue money left for a winter coat

for .ner. daughter. It'i unsuitable

for her to have twenty pairs of

shoes and no coat,. A mother,
strangely enough, knows a weQ weQ-nadje
nadje weQ-nadje garment when she sees it

t A-4aughter can learn from her

mother, ihe best way for her to
to it is to ask for advice before

the mother forces it A lecture on
'my first evening gown" mar be
long and sentimental, but it has

aumemuig to say. And a mother

who feels her daughter seeks out
her. advice is less likely to I a y
down the law about teen-age fash fashions.
ions. fashions.

Stringy hair hanging in fact.
This happens after swimming", on
boats and in the wind. It's silly
to try to' comb hair down for a
picture when the-wind will loosen

it again anyway. Smart women

keep their hair under a chiffon

scarf, tied peasant -, fashion under

the black hair This also aids tn
keeping it but of picnic lunches, j

,, ..... ,,,v,
Sour expressions. You may not
want to have your picture taken
while, changing the baby, but re resign
sign resign yourself and smile anyway.
If you look unpleasant someone
will surely save it as a retretia retretia-ble
ble retretia-ble joke for the snapshot album;


5. ;:.S.

are still pressed close to their hot
wet shoes.' T -r

Open shoes are a help. But good

fit Is even more vital. -One narrow
strap that cuts into the flesh can
be 10 times hotter than a well-fitted
closed pumpi In picking san

dals, be sure to 'be measured, a
gain: for some .women wear 1

smaller size in, an open toe a 4
some don't. i Vvi.

Erercise c a u 1 1 0 n in buying

shoes in an air cooled store. JU
they feel the least bit uncomfor.

table, you my be sure they 11 be
worse when you step out into the
summer heat and your feet swell.

If your feet do swell percepti

bly, buy new shoes in the after afternoon
noon afternoon rather than the morning, p v
v Even if you select the very po

pular open sandals, naked-looking
shoes or backless mules, pay par particular
ticular particular attention to the s 0 1 e s.

There's no suci thing as an open
sole and that's where feet get hot hottest.
test. hottest. Pick a sole that's slim for

mobility and absorbent for i com

fort. Leather, since it's animal

skin,,is like human skin in that it

has pores foe moisture ehmina

is f


Stavtnr cool starts at the feeti

This yeiiag lady eheeset leather
sandals with slim sales that

keep feet frees frying.


Warm colon of Mediterranean tiled floor provided the inv
apiraUon for Hut nestle In wool. Rng underlies the XtaUan
KT4neial Influence et roem'iL farntturs.




Fruit and flower motifs, worked In shades of bine, sreesi geld X
aid red on the soft brown backcronnd of ibis Axmlnster rvg
point ay flowered furniture and plaques la a tradititaa! settlnr

J thy trade-in value may be placed! change.

. From an earlier emoha-, luxttrinna

oa the sharby old rung,.- : isis on the floor, coverins as a erafterf mat -r

iA simple salad may be dressed ery hoard, using I s circular 'iJ
up by cutting the fruit and vege- tion. mm'T J-
tables- with fancy cutters. I . ..... ji
'rww-t,.;JltrtiL.5M mt A J EjPte4 milk w01 whip' mortr
Clothes hsngers should fit the easily if chilled until ice crystal!
shoulders of the; garment so i it form. Two tablespoon Tof c
wiU hang with its natural folds! juice added to eaTcup of t h

unwnipped milk also aids whien

pmg.j i

a delicate curtain will nnf 1m


and hold its shape.

Short stories are more apt to
hoid a young child's interest for
a longer period than, one lengthy
one, since he -canno: sit still too

sockets s&ouid be emptied when

garments are put away since ex

cessive .weigh will stretch the
garment until it sags .and causes

strain at the seams,

' Pattern sizes are not the same
as ready to-wear sizes of the
same garment Before buying a

pattern, compare individual mea

surements to those printed on the


A tight
vit a Ires thai

, RANGE AND RICHNESS of eo-than will

v,a im n vaipcis arcm 10 me 101 i y f m i i "3 i' om rut as much as Voumf children's books mav

fitting garment will
wearer appear larger

a loost-iming one.


nea Stan writer

IF you suspect the good old rug! Or the salesman; or' dealer can the trend now it toward more e-

you bought when you were maradvsie you haw .the .better, parts ii.boMt.attern nt rfchw row

tied has just about had it, wait xmA can be4 salvaged 'to make a pre- .Ki '(:' . 41l "

uryou get it ready tor us annual smunbie covermg" for a" sma er ZZl.J? , ,? anythintr ebe. Without dinnini i .,.,.T.;. ni,.h,;.. t Lih "KJ aciasi
summer cleaning. Ohy,t what room. .(Haying. V old Lrug trim- mor?,,mPortnt loo) to tFXtmZ? 5S! ?&" m1. skin.

fW ; V IrS cr!m. yU CM tndUe. story., shi.v, sheetslillastic haa--With
the comfortable shelter of dSTronO l,na "f ote y"15 11101 ' LJJTZZl .rd foini0' fack tayari" ef
carefully placed furniture remoy, "?-r 4 and. tile. are. B ... , :jJ.V&J.K ?se, Ift'h i U

o-i vH)Mj.tV avuasu

snagged a the finger of an old

glove or celloohane tan i. nut a.

round the end of the rod before
threading- the curtain.

;u .'.V.r-'- i
-Wrought iron, brass and alumi aluminum
num aluminum appear in the structural part
as well as he decoration of new
home furnishings. ,
Gay colors in wood and leather,
decorative metal, and plastic -up
holstery fabrics are tremends ttt
watch in new. furniture.. ;,,

low-priced pork liver-contain
two or three times as much iron
,as other varieties of liver. AU rut.
of pork are rich m protein, tlua.
.min, minerals, rihoflavin

and fatty acidsPork helps growti

Mi rwrmanpnt sdoU vou'vi forsot fciiD-ruei, '. J suggested in. the warmlv tinted!

7 r 7 j ivnin&n, ctii-vui mi ramAt
ten about emerge from under in: rpnroc. u tt chifim mni,,c;. Datterns of nm or.'. nnx rniiti11-


Today you can

lamp table, burned hole u iub- styling and the upgiading of de-j and flower iorms WoOm in profu-!choose 0B ,u th fdtions
covered under the master j chair, sigIg 4Ild color ranges a modcr.i sion in carpets whicL range in pat-jfrnn P sandalwood to coppery
thejrarn path wmu ; thefccenterlatcly prked ,. tern from modern coloniaf to cW tones.

cuuuavia uuaiau wim ; u- ........ ....... , ..... temDorani COOieg of natni I

The recent decisions by many of ..., - -,t ; : The choice a few years ago be be-he
he be-he major carpet companies to in- The: ghnt of gold and s 11 v eri tween a light or a dark green has
troduce new lines annually instead. thread steps up the elegance of been expanded to include greens
of semiannally underscores the twejd weaves. Thanks to newiwith silvery overtones, and others

laci iuai rugs voti rcauy go oui veenmques, ,we modern power-,tnat swing the palette from soft

u bijk: vrij 1 ipiui. -L i,. nuuuitru .. cai pels

. nut more hi been a

the un

crushed nap under the sofa. '

rofessional cleaning may rejul

venate it, if the rug isn't too far
gone. But shou.d yor. vote for a re replacement,
placement, replacement, you'll get a lot of en encouragement
couragement encouragement from the carpet in in-dustry.
dustry. in-dustry. To win your vote, a hcaf-

ping, let it stand for 10 minutes at! done,

for baa an sour in u remgera-


' Served diced pork sandwiches

this way: heat diced, pork in to

mato sauce and spoon between

split hard rolls just .before serv

ing time. tiw:

each layer can he HftPrt

jepri-aTeiy to pet to an article oo V
the bottom, rather than having the
suitcase disrupted in a scramble.

Scuff marks can be

Plastic bags are handy for Pack

mg psiiiaDie. articles on a trip
and for bringing home wet wad
cloths and bathing suits. ... i ;
..,-.... .t v, -i. i' j s-"' il
An entire irarmnt nM ..t iu


irmuveu uneo oecause when it wshA

rPDrfldl.rr. With XM-mirtim chaHoc tn rin f,lif,.nm mill, ihiwi hv canHinff tk .1 '.i.. ....

gradual commendable accuracy the dense, toned shade. with M m an em-iric anav wl.HMti?? t

- m ,.,,...,.. uuiVl LUI IJ t


irNSAT, AUGrST 19, 155S
' ricz rrrs
a na m a
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'- By Staffers

" J f '

? "UNDER .THE DIRECTION of, the Field Service or the
! 'American Nurses Association, Mrs. Judith Whitaker, Deputy :
s Executive Secretary, Is' arriving on the Isthmus August, 18th :
, to meet with, members of the Isthmian Nurses' Association
who are active constituents ot the American. Nurses' asso asso-?.
?. asso-?. elation. She will be at the Tivoll Quest House during her
I tay here, Mrs: Whitaker will remain on the Isthmus until
';. .the 24th of August. ''VJ:.-X''''!-f::'r'
i t Mri Judith Cafe' Whitaker, RN, Deputy Executive f the
Field Service of the American Nurses Association is arriving
v. on the Isthmus on August 18th to meet with members of the
jIsthmiaB Nurseg Association who are active constituents of
i the American Nurses' Associatisu. Mrs. Whitaker is from Frt Frt-'
' Frt-' nwnt, Nebraska! and now makes her home in New York City.
She received" her nurse's diploma at the Nebraska Methodist
I School of Nursing, and her BS and MA degrees from Teach-
ft College 'Columbia University. She is a member ot: PI','
Lambda Theta, and Kappa Delta PI sororities. ? s.
' k-" Among the many position she has held have been those
I of Director, Student Nurse Recruitment for Nebraska, Exe-.
eutive Secretary and Registrar, District 11, NSNA, and Exe Exe-f
f Exe-f cutive i cretarv Nebraska State Nurses' Association. Her pro professional
fessional professional activities include ANA Committee 'on Public Rela Rela-i
i Rela-i tions. ANA Committee to Study the ANA and its relationship
" If to other Organizations, ANA Committee on Carter Scholar-
: t h!p Fund, and ANA Committee on Retirement Plans for the
'- fmhhi of ANA.-'-, "''""" -':l"-r' '"'; :.'

MrsuYVbltalsr will Remain
V 14th. iiie will b at the TivoU
- here. 'r.-W'.-''.-.'- :'-.?'
t Mrs.. Alejandro Remonwife ot
iL .!v4- rernment and
Justice, AleiaBdro,Remon who
Organizing Committee of the VI
as' been hamea piuCv
Cpnf erence oi jhi-..
T-Cokme! Boliyar ValTarino :Comj
feS Chief ot the :,NaUonal
tuarcfo has returned, to v Panama
irnm -a trb' to South! America
Xe be tended the InstaUation
feremoW,of the new President
tr pVnama'Givea Cocktail art?
Fer -Visitina Mayaft
" Saturday! evening the Hotel
t a cocktail
prty honoring Relegates of -1 b
. Inter-American Conference of. Mum

.aucipauues ana w.."v ;;
7" MM Mrs."iTI Sylvpstro :'(
k.rie. Lester

. who are visiting their. son-, and
daughter-in-law, Mrs
Richard Lester of Balboa were
given a dinner party last night by
, fir. and Mrs", ft. A. Sylvestre at
their home in Balboa. i
To Sail On SS "Panama" .,..-
s Mr. James Lee Ewing aled
t.hx .hoard the SS "Panama

Tlor the United States. Before en-.

tering Alabama roiyrecwuc
' atitute in Auburn, Alabama, ..he
will visit New York and North Ca Ca-,
, Ca-, rolina. Mr. Ewing is the son of Mt
, and Mrs. C.E. Ewing of Diablo.
Rreikfait And Bridge At Home
Of Mrs. Peter W. Duncan
T un ptir Duncan of Margarita

; was hostess for breakfast a n d
t bridge on Friday morning at-her
1 borne in Margarita .in honor of
Mrs. Perry Francey and Mrs. Rob Robert
ert Robert Leigh who are leaving shortly
, on vacation.
i Xadiet who attended were Mes-


; , .: j ul i o ; v o's, s, a
Secon4 DiagonalfOld "A" Street) No. 7-27 Box No.

20740 r 2 0 741 LU

'on the Isthmus until August td
Guest Bouse during her atay
; :
dames Albert Wilder, C. W. Lew Lewis,
is, Lewis, T. G. Relihan, Simon Van Wout,
Hector Grant, Roy Fort and Lou
"Craty Ht" Contesf
A, "crazy hat", contest was. held.



i t5) Coern tri a ;
; ill coiNTiuu ;,
, ; 'i vmma
' li) Itmm Jwco
1(3 Gm
Shtkt ami with crocked Ice,
, PlAKSvif.EiCtt'vE
' I nim tarn
1)2 en Smo) Cnoai
Sluha vntfc crck0 Km trw
HdMMwkM lw.
IN SUMMER: tewiua
I oao) m m nee aw e ee)

Distributors: CIA. CYRNOS. S. A. :

hair .color
, -
-and it doei


9:00 J 10
during the regular monthly meet
ina of the -Coco Solo CPO Wives'
Club in the club rooms with Mrs.
Sarich presiding.
Winners of this event were Mrs.
Beardsley and Mrs. Hoff.
Refreshments were- served by? a
committee beaded by Mrs. L Vs
Booth, Mrs. Jane ".Gasneil and
Mrs. Alma uusm. t
Birth Announcement v, ''
Mr. aid Mrs. Donald D. Austin:
of Margarita announce the .birth of
a son, their Orst child at the uco
Solo Hospital on Aug. 1J. The baby
has received the name uonaia -jr.
Maternal grandparents sre Mr.
and Mrs; Robert C; rSievers ;of
Margarita and paternaf grandpar-
ents are Mr. and Mrs. F. Austin
of Stanford, Texas'.
Parents MMnnt Of, Fart (obbe
Teen-Age Club
Lt. Col. John G.t Apnel was
chairman of a recent B a r o n t's
meeting that passed on a proposed
constitution for thet' iortKODoe
Teen-Age Club., The .session was
netn in tne cmn rooms..-. ;
The parents approved serving
was as chaDerohes themselves' for
social functions of tne cnuaren, a
steering committee will a p p o J tr;
cbaperones from a roster, uancesi

would end by 11:3a p.m.; while otMdren; j,,ve retUrned from a two

er teen-see acitivrtesv would be;
concluded by 1:30 p.m.,: according
to bv-laws accomoanymg tna. con
stitution. On school niglits.only
certain special activities .would be
scheduled to end by t:Z0.vv ':
Children are allowed a ; later
hour for the New Year' E v e
elude bv 1 a.m. '-.U'j.
The constitution has been sent
to the Ft. Kobbe Youth Activities
Council for approval., : ;
Club affairs are handled M l
steering committee beaded by LtJ
Cor. and Mrs. Appel. Committee
members are: Lt. Col, and Mrs.:
Walter- G.- Downey, Lt. Col and
Mrs. Leonard E, Cantrell. SPC
and Mrs. Edward F. Doner, and
bgt. and Mrs. Robert 1 Sharman.
As director of the Teen-Aie Club
Sgt. Sharman actively Supervise!
the children i activities with the
assistance of Mrs. Sharman.
Port Amador Officers' Wives'
Club Held Ceffe Meeting
The regular monthly meeting" of
the Fort Amador Officers' Wives'
Club was a coffee at which the
wives of Quartermaster officers
acted as hostesses with Mrs. Wil-
lard Seymour heading the commit
tee. !.. J- tv
Quartermaster colors Were fea
hired in the flowers and other dec decor
or decor atiohs for the event which Was
held at the Fort Amador Officers'
Club.-'V'-& -i; '.' "f -1 ;;-- i
All new members were present
ed orchids and welcomed ipto ihe
cms ny Mrs. Joseptt R. kuss,
president" of the club. y
Dr. And Mrs.' Dantel Hlrschl f
Return From E urate
Dr. and Mrs.' Daniel Hlrschl. !of
tM comniuu s-;-,.
V e ;: x'j.&uf.
114 Veneae-'1."-'
1'S CM arieV-'-,-"" f'
11 Owrr Snoe :t !l A
per -;.--v-
I eert Iomo lake
Vwkowall wHrckeio
RYf MouiatMtairo
,1 ewt Uwa Mco ' '' -SiHkoweHwHiciadio4lco.-
. yowlM. ,.
oceMr teM toew
It k
ALL THREE' at on and

' r
- ;: ";-"0 1
297 TeL 1-2971

full ett far iaclwsiea in tkit
(oliima iheule' k submitted in
h'M-writttii form aad mailee to one
e' tke et niraieert list daily I
"Social and Otherwise," or eolivef eolivef-"
" eolivef-" y kind to the of tic Notice of
reeetiagi cooeet be acceeted by
talevfcesM. .- "
Ameriesn togion Will Hold
Rummage Sale t
American Leeion Auxiliary- Unit
o. i plan to bold a rummaee
sale at the Paraisa Bov stout
anea on Aug. za. xnose desiring to
donate clothing, etc.. mav
Mrs. pt George, 2-1698, or Mrs
Joan O'Connell a-2324.'"r '
.t t
Navel Officers' Wives' Club
Meeting . -"
lite next meetine of the Naval
Officers' Wives' Club wiU be held
at -Ale-rook Officers' Club at. 12
on Tuesday. Aug. 21. instead of at
uie yuarry Heights Officerr Club
as, previously .announced. i Luqch
eoa wi ot served at 1. j..,,
PieificCNsvv Wvki' Club I.
To Hold Meetinf . ..
The Pacific Navy Wvies Cluh
will hold their monthly business
meeting at the Community House,
15th Naval District, on Monday
evening at 7:30. All members and
guests are invited to attend. Plans
wfll- be 4iscussed concerning a lji-j
bort Day: Picnic for all members
an their famihes 3i" r
inonn wmmniny k h.;
month tro to Eurooe.v W h lie
there thev visited Eneland. Hoi-!
iana, Switzerland, r ranee,- and I I-taly.
taly. I-taly. The children went to school
in. Switzerland. s
Son' Jeff was happy to gef back
to the Isthmus in time to celebrate
his ninth birthday yesterday with
a group of his mends; The .boys
went to lunch at the Fort Amador
Officers Club and then to a mo.
vie.- ,f ,v.'-,,.-A C:.;?H': U
v -.V-;-f"f'' ".--:---"sOt";-
-Miss Clairollfi)
iCreme Formula5
j -; j ;r j (j j ..;,t.
Nvf 'double-action i'Creme Toiula
actually bei'ufy-treats your nair ai
it colors! Adds youthful radiance,
silky softness 'ak vit banishes that
faded look! Come let us show you
how. easily we carv lighten, brighttrt
or deepen your own tone cover
gray or change the color completely 1
Ask for Miss Clairot tfeatoient at
your favorite beauty shop. J
Sold In all Drugstores and exclusive
use of Beauty Shops. f
, .,..,,,..4 'ft '..A,.;
',i;;m,-v.i Distributers ii. -,.'.
i CIA., LTDA. 'V- -ji
T, TeL Mllt '-raMma
i...5i4.'4 Jtit...'.
wipes out: pefspiratioai'
odor instantly! ?
Only hew Instant Odorono Swiv-V
el Stick wipea out perspiration
odor instantly with this miracle
combination 'of thre tested,"
1 ZIRCONIUM odually helee
' "ipongeup' perspiratieis
". instantly., -.,..",.,,t
etroys ederxewsing fklo
f enns on contatt. ,; :
O AUANTOIM provides new
"' skin safety, seethes skin,'
,i keopt It soft and smooth.


PLUCCED EXIT-Norman Petrie, Longmeadow, Mass., looks -at
a water hydrant he found sprouting in the very centernf :
. his driveway,' blocking the way into his garaie A town 4
Ordinance requires that hydrants be 300 feet apart, and work"
wn lol owed. direcUorw. to, the iletter. If Petrie moves the
flhstniM inn. it 111 w: in. .. .. "1B nVveo -M1.

"7" i


r. Classes' for, T,'-
, cnuaren or
. :jl1L jt,es.'


V 'iXrnhiTf5-' i
September' 1st' J
, COLL'MBUS CLUB (upstairs).
s r
... N
1 I
t 1 ,e.
V ?

,ln the 'alr-condiUoned Balbol

vwut um u.ou
' 3:30 p.m.

: r.L i i, T?11 oreawast ana s
lunch lor Sunday late Uers! t -i' r
Choice of complimentary: cocktail v V- t" 1


u0iv. jf 441wsiu aauakraoa at, the organ.

J u.R c n
'playltiR the piano in
f p t0 2 tonlRht.
J. Of. :) 1
A Kirktby
iJ" ':f,'t "i 1 1


? Solve your space r
-nrnhlpme .
problenasi v
, Ecorioniically
" Automobile Row No. 30

f' t-: r



Member of v -,'
Dance- Masters :
of America,, Inc.
' 12:0I) 500 p.m!
, 9:00 ajn. to. 12:00
,a.m. (0
un uie oruan.
25, p. person ;,
i n ti n h V.
the BALBOA BAH 10'
Tues., wed. v Thar ? f'
1 I,
f" -X
:'- Best of Oik the price'
you need .for the best
l .v...n


vT : Many space saving arrangements possible for an efficient .working
?:'ftk.i(w choose. the pieces you need, . and your Jayorite. color; topri
y'ilHT ':' ;fron Jeautiful Mist Green. Desert Saqe. Metallic Grey or Olive Greemt

grouping (.nuscn. 1 uu 11 pieuavmiy supn?cu. n
hh.msiiIiiI'iiio e vniii nit'im iAiir rnnvanionrA

' ' Vi



that thinks fcr itself!;" y
T ". Wavoli'ne Special is toy's mosf advanced engin"j
, lubricant. It' light for quick cold starts jtt.haf.rVy
, protect igainst eninheat It's the motor oil that thinks j
i. foritseU...savesyoatbinkingsbont5dirfrWof motdf" j
i oil For a cleaner, more powexrul engine always wJ ;

.J use Havohne Speaal lOw-30.

(Pan ami' Inc.) I j j;

l r Er ki

' Longines Walchesi Waterproof lK t
' ' ' 7 m, ,
17 Jewels, Stainless Steel Caao $45.00
U. Price .v 92.50
, you Save. :. r". .ios or, . ..' 47
' HtiiniHon Watches
beautiful -4'Ltdy Cay,rWpdel,ipldfilIed, yM'fi

Bulova ,f
17, Jewels, tip-to-date
and bracelet

lots of parkin; space in front of our s.. 4

.1 V
r -1
is right: We'll be happy to

'functioning of your operations and quote on an
.." -1 i a -i. .:ii L--


- f:n:p:rcf'jrc c:r'

Drive m? todavi.
2 i ?
s fi
hfold fcJti
ir a y


Is' . ,jk .,'1 i.L.,i $24(5
.'.95 or. .i rwv: 23.CJ5

Alerni Watches
goldfillecf case
,1 A 1 t
. I '..4... t
( V (. .... Afe
advise you on the 'pieces
j(iunc vuu wni, hut imp
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' r m i i i i y r w r . i it til
1 I I 1 I i 1 I : if
i: I Stow No. u ;
Agancias Internal, da Publicicionss
Ma. 8 Lattery note
'l '
11 La Canaie.Ula
Me. M -M tress v.
eib ocaly Ave, A J (.
.- Am. hdlHI
- m central Ait
" i. Baa. ee la On Am Ma. 41
. lento Ainittita tiwlfc
rargae Lelevre T Street '.
. Vtajtaa ui; y
.-;Vv rbeeula Ave.
7. FOR
Are. 41


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OR. t AIMCA. 0.0
Tlv.ll (41h af 1!L2J
(nultt Aneen Sdieeirievsieenej
phono rtauaa t-e55J
Packer Shippers .- Movers
Phones 2-2451 jl? 262
" ; LmI RWif
Ridinf B Jumping Clattea eiaily
ItaSi m. Phana 2.2451
ar ky ippaimmam.
WK wtU teUava Taal"
. nu. aaUanpiM, aU v
(Os. ckalit ttaiaai)
PC Decimal Pusher
I'ccs Irregukr 1
x i VirfMiif book ,;deRnif x
clusivflljt with the Spanish Verbs
i rurmntlv to e fouftd otr feook-
ahrlvos bolh in the Canal Zone and
Panama --V ' ..
y -mtsh Verbs In" A Nutshell"
wilii tiie, ubtitleM' Especially For
Gri. son? the work of Leo M. Fav-
rot, canal zone resident ior we
past year,; meet .a- trying .need
for i ios0 who have been here long
enough to collect a vocabulary of
roun but are only, able to patch
thenrtogether into sentences on a
hit-or-aiss. manners ;

J Favrot, who is assistant chief of
' iha-tanama Canal Budget and
Rarr Division of the Comptrollers
t Office, has put his boob together
; ffwintlv nsins to advantage a

ininH trained in the exSClma iac

-', tual profession; f certified public

. aceonntant. ;.v.'' i'v'salesmeh.'.are- people "with the
, T-' te of contents of 'Spanish in. mental .and business maturity to

TaDie oi irreRiuar

t '' v itirmi Tabl of Endings,

i 4 t ;t ,f irrssiitar -Verbs and in-j

X ttri m oa how to recognize
' ;thei and tae.them acUvely..
" SJjb ot explains in his mtroduc mtroduc-that
that mtroduc-that this book has not

' bee written to tak the place, of

, ,-'WKood Spamsh teacher z) a
: goo iiianish textbook, fY h a t d
' wow and 4) speaking Spanish.
However, ft will serve-as a very
usel'it tool, in I?aminft the Span Span-i
i Span-i Ish-Verbs.,
Trr-nnntn from. Favrot'a book:

'AT'Crinso courting a Spanish se-

oMi may'-well wish to learn w
r tisre second person (famihar)
j ; acfeSly- and he goes on to say,
' .i.n rate the second person is

I ; T thera to be learned, to whatever
i xtent desired..."
I Spanish In a Nutshell" shows
' ow to overcome this hurdle and
. ... thr Althnueh the book is

1 and arraneed to afford

i tu. raifer tha most concise meth

1 -r i.r.rainc th verbs a further.

-n.mti avnanrlml Guide to the book
has been prepared by the Author
and plans for its being made
vailabl to the public are being
. Quotations by
Abattoir National
BariH rutudaria
Cetoanta Panama ....
Ceryceria Radenal
Chlrtcana do Loche ..
i SI
, n
Coca' Cola ;
CuenUa CoraercUlos
Prat. erltll Cam. .....
DasUladora Radons!
rinandara Utmena
l pcai with Cam. (
rieiltzaai S-A. i- v.'; j i:
. rttt with Cam, ......
fuena y Lus Pret ..4711
rueta Uia tern. ...
Hotcite tntaramerlcajMa. at4
CaneraJ do Before .... M ,.
Penamefla do Acellee
Panamefta da fibres ... t2
- panameAa d Seguroe .. B
PanaipeAa da Tabec ..
Ttaui Bellevtota .....
' V4
n it
fesffS Central ,w


FOR SALE WastHigkauta ra ra-f
f ra-f rigaratar, all-parcalain, 2S-cyda
$55; mhofny labia with four
chain $35; girl'i bkycla, 28-ia.
$11. Uruguay Na. 10, Finjma.
FOR SALE: Maytia waihar,
lika Mw, 25-yc1a $100;N 16mm
Mamfjala merit aditor $10;
archary ia $10; RME 45 ana
DB20 2560-cycla $15. Phana
Nary 3119.
FOR SALE: 1949 Kiitir if
luxa, radio, racant luna-ap, 900W
canditlaa, Phana ftavy 3779.
FOR SALE.- 12 piacaa Rirtan
living room furaitura: bknda
napla llvia roam including
dek; Many liiaa vanatiaatlinds;
bammack,' dining room; patia
, turniturt; ttonjo cabuictt; vary
larga and (mall plant's; cancreta
por concrete patio blocks; 25-
cyckt ; Shopsmith; rafrigerator'
,. Btndix; accordion, standard, 1 20
bats, alsa music; miscellaneous.
' 570 San Juaa Place, Ancan. :
Wanted to Buy
WANTED; Smooth tires, salt,
able far reconstruction "Recon "Recon-strwetora
strwetora "Recon-strwetora Nacibnal," Para Ava.
Na.-7. Phone 2-0406.
Ohio Msnufaclurer
Says Older I lenr
Women, Good Sellers
caicnaar manufacturers employment-
practices, may- Jle just
tne answer to a nagging problem
now facing (he nation: what to. do
aoout the growing population, of
older citiiens..'
. While the recently 'created Fed
eral Council ; on Aging .. trie. ;to
create a tilan to. hnn new hnn
for" security tandf usefulness tor tRe
nation' i agihr- a Cincinnati cal
endar roanafacturer is doing just
What the government has in mind
employing persons usually con
sidered too old to be usefuL
It .reported here that the aver-
age age of salesmen for the1
Kemper-Thomas Co. is 42, and at
least one of their agents is
over 90.
... ,,.'.
The company produces' calendar:
business gifts,
The usuaf employment practice
is explained simply by J.. A." Md Md-Collum,
Collum, Md-Collum, executive vice president
of the firm. He says older men
,,o,,uM., m!1l,- Kottcr
n what the company ; wants in its
talk intelligently to businessmen."
The Kemper-Thomas sales force
isn't ail men, Some of the com
pany a 400 agents are women i
older women, of course.- (
?Ona notable member of the
concern a sian is unanes sneets
of Beaver Falls,- Pa. Some 65
years ago Sheets got tired of his
job as a railroad ticket agent and
went to work for Kemper-Thomas.
bheets, now 91 years old, says
ne 8 .going to sell right up
to tne ena. i
,. ,M -s 4 ,,. i.i. . ....
In business for nearly 75 years.
the company has built up what it
calls "a profile of the ideal sales
man. Here s what he looks likei
He usually is from 30 to SO
years old, married and the fathers
of one to three children. He owns
a car,- a home and at least $2,500
worth of insurance. He belongs to
a service or fraternal organiza organization.
tion. organization. During the past 10 years he
has had no more than three jobs
and hag earned from $3,600 to
$5,000 a year. He is at least
high -school i graduate- and "has
plenty of imagination and knows
now to use his head.
60c. TODAYJ--30C.
; Hnmphrey Jtof art 1
Fredrie March; in ?
. i HOURS",-.
v Gary Cooper, in


FOR SALE 1950 Chrysler 4 4-doar
doar 4-doar sedan, perfect condition.
Garajp Starling, Phona 130 Co Colon.
lon. Colon.
FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrelet 4 4-daar
daar 4-daar tadaa, perfect mechanical
condition. Autos Eiteaman, S.A.,
Phone 2-2616 ar 2-4966.
FOR SALE: Lata 1953 Ford
Victoria, fully equipped, new
tubeless tires and battery. Ac Actual
tual Actual mileage 7,400 246-B, Las
Ries, Balboa 2441
FOR SALE1955 Pontlac hard hardtop
top hardtop convertible. Chieftain Catali Catali-na,
na, Catali-na, sky blua and Ivory, wsW
tiret, radio, back-ap lights. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 2-3114 Can ba saea at
Hove 0776, Apt, L, Williamson
Place, Balbea. v
FOR SALE: 1950 Mercery W
dor, 5S.00O actual mile. Owner
leaving. Best after. Cerunda
5286. V' i.- ;...-.
FOR SALE: Track (Panga)
with'-double transmission and'
winch, good tire, perfect' me mechanical
chanical mechanical condition. Chevrolet
track. (Panga) double transmit
sion and winch, perfect mechani mechanical
cal mechanical condition.. Autos Eistnman,
S.A., bttida Caca Cola .Plant.
Phont 2-2616, 2-4966.
FOR SALE1952 Ford 4-door
Fordomatic, radio, heater, under under-aaal,
aaal, under-aaal, excellent condition, 31,500
miles. Phonp Navy Pacifie 3766.
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet
sedan $500. Dr. White, 2-6306.
FOR SALE: 1953 SelAir Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet hardtop. One owner. Less
than 30,000 miles, radio, under
caaled, v $1150. Phona Navy
FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrelet 4-
dooi deluxe tadaa, radio,- tun-:
ahadt, oil filter, undercoat, goad
rubber. Above average. Phone
Balboa 2-2571.
Mice Deteriorate
At'High Altitude
BERKELEY, Calif. -.(Un
A unknown non-genetic factor
causes a progressive deterioration
of mice bred at high altitude Dr.
S. Fi, Cook, professor of physio' physio'-ogy
ogy physio'-ogy at the- University of Cali California,'
fornia,' California,' has- reported.
vr. Cook said 'that after
experiment In breeding; -mice at
nipn altitudes it appeared that the
animals lost their ability to adapt
to the stress of the lowered oxyuen
nressure. The scienri't. renortd
that i reproriuctlvitv fell off, -. the
"rowtiy of the youna: animals was
retarded, and there apoeared to
be changes in liver functions. "The
euects were cumulative. ;
Wehli the animal .were returned
to sea .level, thev became normal
or almost norma! in the span of
one generation. Dr. Cook said the
evidence pointed to a change
which Was due. to eauses other
than genetic changes.
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PARAISO 8:15 It 8:13 "The Treasure of Pancho Villa''


Mr. Car Owner: Are yea disgust disgusted
ed disgusted with the present servicing af
year auto?vWhy net can John Johnston
ston Johnston guaranteed a t a repairs.
Phone 456-A. 16th St. Melea Melea-dat.
dat. Melea-dat. Colon, R.P.' ... .
FOR SALE: Bargain price. A
two silver fei stole, new CaH
2-1 833 ar 2-1130. v.
FOR SALE: Registered, pedi pedi-,
, pedi-, .gree wire-haired Terrier pupptet.
' Pbene 3672 Rodman. Qtrs. 241r
'' A. 4 weeks eld.
' '. .-,' 1
panama canal company
oifers various Items por
SALE. Sealed kidt far opening
in public, will be received until
10:30 a.m., 4agust 31. 1956.
for soda dispensers' caps, bar'
beri chairs, drill, paints and pig pig-mints,
mints, pig-mints, tablet, Kardea filtl, fil filing
ing filing cabinets, chain heists, 'sac 'sac-.
. 'sac-. tion and discharge hate, lavafet lavafet-let,
let, lavafet-let, engineers' levels and trantrtt,
; grinding and tawing machines,
motor; steam presses, storage
' btttery racttfiart; pneumatic
' spade, circular tawt, sedan, paint
, sprayer, drill press machine,
shear and threading machines.
" Far farther information ami sepy
of Invitarioa No; 303 contact
Division, af Storehouses, Balboa,;
telephone 2-1ll5.
.. m a m t
FOR SALE-rl6" oscillating fan
'$25;' bassinet w mattress' $3;
metal dresser $5; cat heater for
1955 Chevrolet, new,. $30 Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-3782.
mi .... ii... I : rrj. 't. 'i i :
Began At $14,
Now Is Owner
Of, Busnes
' CHICAGO' J?) i The head
of one of' the country s largest
baking enterprises began hs ca
reer as a $l-a-weeic creampui
filler when .he was 14.
Charles W. Lubitt has worked tip
from that position In a Decatur,
111., bakery to his present rank of
president and co-founder of the
kitchens of Sarah Lee, Inc.
.Starting business f or h 1 m elfi
with $700 capital and $wo on loan,
Lubin and his brother-in-law, Ar Arthur
thur Arthur N Gordon, formed tha Com Community:
munity: Community: Bake Shop in. Chicago.
This firm now has seven area out outlets
lets outlets in Chicago, ' f
However, the big 'step to prog progress
ress progress was the purchase of a fruit
cake in 1942 which the pair .named
Sara Lee after Lubin's then one-year-old-daughter.
The Sara Lee
firm now has national distribution
and originated the special1 process
which allows cakes to be baked in
their own aluminum foil package
to preserve freshness and increase
Center Theatres Today f"


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Howard Duff and Llta Baron
Betty Grable Robert Cummines
' Sheree North
"How To Be Very, Very Popular"! ;
, Lex Barker & Patricia Medina
7 ii',,.: T
' Humphrey Bogart & Fredrid March
"Gordon MacRae ft Shirley Jones' -"CAROUSEL".

tomorrow night!


medarn faraiebed apart ate etc, 1, ;
2 bedreemt. bat, cald watat
Pheaa Paaama AUh
FOR RENTt Completely tar tarnished
nished tarnished apartment, air-condition-.
ad, televisioa, $200 monthly.
Phone 3-2171 Tuesday through.
Thartdey. '.
FOR RENT: Twa larga bed bed-ream
ream bed-ream apartment, living roans
dining ream, two large belcea belcea-ies,
ies, belcea-ies, bet' water,, maid's ream with
bath, laundry facilities, aH screen screened,
ed, screened, car part, it Cangreja "A"i
Street. Phona 3-1906. Price
$105 monthly. v . f
FOR RENT; UnfumisW med-,
am apartment' at Bella Vista. 2',
bedraann,;'sitting dining -reem,'
'aid" room, 2 bathtv kitchen, ?
parch, gwaga HAnayansi" Build- V
mej on N. Obarria Street Ne. 23.
See Df Castro, Arenue B Ne. 24.
Phenei' 2r 1 6 1 6. '. ;t"
FOR! RENT-4lnfarnitKed mad-
am, apartment in exclusive "Ef
- Cangreja" .residential districts 2 )
J bed reams,.' sitting -fining ream,
maid's" ream, 2 baths, .kitchen,
arage, parch. "Caracas" Build-
: sag, 6 Street Ne. 2, Sea Da Cas-4 ."
, trar Avenue I Ne 24. Pheaa 2-
1C1C- ',:'.,--i,.-i:''i;:.'..T:
I0R RINT-r Farnhhed apart apart-enenf
enenf apart-enenf $70 On Second Ava. Na.:'
39, San Francitca. ; Phone 3':
FOR REHT: Furnished
apartment, ecreened, military In-
spectad, ana and two bedraomti.
minutes .walk f ram Zone. Sea
Ne 36 Automobile Hew. '; ,f
FOR RENTt Freshly painted
: bedroom, living ream, dineHe-
. kitchen. Ideal far couple Call.;'
Darien 14-21, next street from
,,4fh July Avenue, V--'4,-?'-"-J '-
Air Conditioned
Elevator Service
Maid Service
Pullman Kitchen -Hot
and Cold Water
Parking Jiearby.
CALL 2-2181
or visit promisa,-
Virus Fc:r. i Link
b Pclbls m
II:!:in's Disease
A University of California
searcher has reported th "first
conclusive demonstration" of
virus in the diseased, tissues of
patients- -with Hodgkm's disease,
a cancer of tne ivmon elands;
Dr. Warren Bostick. associate
professor of pathology at UCs
School of Medicine, aid that, an
infectious' agent he has obtained
from the tissues of two human pa
tientfl with Hodgkin's disease
caused the death of' baby, mice
He said it bad not been possible
previously to demonstrate the in-
fecuvity M Hodgkuva tissue, ex
tracts in animals. A
Bostick said bis success appar
ently was' due to an 'approach that
had not been applied to the Hodg-
kia's problem1 previously. In the
attest avironla tt XlnA irb-in'ei itaDiia
have been injected, into -chicken.
sJtaJBwa'-'.' vAU ovm vi .uuuaB.iu a uaaitij
eggs and, into adult monkeys and
outer animau. lesw were -uien
made in an effort ta detect evi
dence of the disease, such as
tumors, temperature, or other
symptoms. But 'definite evidence
for virus infection could not be
obtained, he said., ;
Bostick reasoned that failure to
demonstrate the disease might
have been due to tha fact that
adult animals had beea'used. As
animals crow older; they f auv re
sistance to disease, -, bo he
conducted his experiments using
new-born mice ;, -i
Jesse James nas arreaiea a oep oep-uty
uty oep-uty sheriff." James, a deputy for
the Fulton County Sheriff de-
partment. arrested Wladyslaw. Le-
wandowski on -charges of imper


FOR RENT: Chalet in Self
Heights Parch, tilting and din-
ing rooms, 3 bedreemt, 2 baths,
terrace, maid's, ream with bath,
garage, large backyard. Rant:'
$125. Phone Panama 3-5329.
?... v
' Rooms
FOR RENTFumished ream ta
' Americaa bachelor. Ettudiant
: Street Na. 14-29, Apt. 3.
.Position Ottered
' WANTED High echeal ar cal-
lege graduate, English Spanish,-'
- scientific assistant. Write Inter-,
American Tropical Tana Cam-. ;
-mission, P.O. Bar 3 665 Balboa.,
. U.S. COMPANY seeking experl-'.
eaced Spanish-English secretary,
knowledge bookkeeping. Apply
in. ewa handwriting giving all da da-'
' da-' tails, including salary desired and
a .recant photograph if possible.
Write ta U.C.. Apdo. 134, Pan-
WANTED: Two :i 1-ft. frees frees-ars,
ars, frees-ars, good conditien. Phone 17.
614T v
Boats Motors
', FOR SALI-aulboard beat, 14
feet, twin 14-hp. Evinrude ma ma-ters,
ters, ma-ters, trailer and mist; equipment
! $475. i Balbea 2441, 6246-B,
Bequeree St.,. Lee Rios.
IsiAIIsa's Disease
:Li- ii.' 'f' I VV.i(VC'.v:,Vi
onary iOcchision is definitely a
man's disease, according "to Dr.
Sameul. Belief, president of the
Heart Aossication of southeastern
Pennsylvania. i
-Twenty -five men to one women
suffer from this serious malady,1
under the age of 40. Between 40
and; 55, the ratio; drops to five
men to one' woman. . ,
So heavy have been the denre-
dations of heart disease on our
male population that is has been
estimated there will bo only 100
men 65 years old to every 140
women by 1975. &;U i
: i ?
"Men are borr. with thicker.
less, resilient blood vessels than
women," aaya Dr. Beflet. "There
fore, their, vessels harden more
quickly, resulting often in coro
nary occlusion. One treatment
being studied,, as a matter of fact,
is the injection : of the female
estrogenic hormone, to d e 1 a y
hardening of arteries and prolong
male lift. f
'But you can see tha very few
athletic virile-tvoe men. are going
to' go for that It seems they
would rather be virile,- and fierce
competitors, ;than Ipng-Uved."
,T-S -Ppanaaaeanaa
,A Real American
' RIPON. Wisl wICUPy If 90-
year-old William Reagan keeps a
pledge he made to mmseu in
he'll vote in -November's election.
And .if he; follows his tradition,
he'll vote Republican,-
Reagan made a promise to. vote
regularly on his 21st birthday, and
he hasn't missed a single election
in tha last 69 vcars.
The conscientious farmer has
voted in 17 presidential elections.
Furthermore, his ballot was al
wavs' cast for the Republican
canddate with one exception.' He
voted once for Franklin V. noose
Reason Enough
Earl Howard, 59, talked' a judge
into cuttinfl a 10-day vagrancy
sentence in half so be could pick
up his government check at the
post office on schedule. Congratu Congratulated
lated Congratulated for beta "ouite a talker,"
Howard explained. "I'm used to k
I'm a traveling salesman."
Farmer Manville fetoltenow, of
Great Bend, has a four-year-old
Holstein 1 cow that completed a
one-year production record of 18. 18.-751
751 18.-751 pounds of milk.' During that
time the animal also produced 700
pounds of Buttenau
The State Treasurer's office has
received 10 "cents from, an anony
mouus motorist who got too much
change at a toll station. The
driver, "wrote, .-."I have a real
conscience when it comes to a
dime. .But as fir as a million
i dollars is concerned none of us


beach house. One mile past Ca-.
tino. Phone Balboa 1866. i
Gramlich't Santa Ciara Beach
. Cottages. Madam conveniences,
moderate rates. '. Phone Gamboa
6-441.- "- s
PHIUIPS Ocaeaaid CeHaeea,
Santa Clara. Sea 435. Belboa.
; Pbena Paaasna 3-1877. Critte'
bali-1673. a : v
DANCING reopening September
4th. Registration Au9"'t 30th,
31st 10K)0 ta 5:00; Septem September
ber September 11-9:00 to 12:00. Colum-4
bar Club i upstairs). Residence'
phona 2-2363.
Ana Lattin School of Dancing.
Opening 6th Term Sept:.4th in
"Cocoli. Registration ug. 28th
1 and 30th, 2 ta 5 p.m. Free pros-'"
entafion of- "Little Shew." of
summer Vacation classes on Aug.,'
31, 7 p.m. Cecoli Clubhouse ..
Studio. Residence phone Balboa-.'
n n .v7
The Best Parking
2:50 4:26 -. 6
3:48 p.m.
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t i 11 iiwimi mar '1' -" T"i""hli n i i i

" The love story of a young French dancer and an- A A-.
. A-. merican paratrooper who meet In wartime London Is un unfolded
folded unfolded on the BELLA VISTA screen In "GABY" a new MGM
picture in CinemaScope and colorstarring Leslie Caron
nd John Kerr, which opens on Tuesday., ,'", i : k
Although Miss Caron has some dancing. scenes in the
story, her role is primarily a dramatic one, In contrast to
t her recent musical hit "Daddy" Lone Legs," .John Kerr, in
the part of the paratrooper, makes his second film appear appear-''
'' appear-'' ance, following on his Initial hit in 'the "Cobweb." Previous
to that he scored an outstanding success on the Broadway
-.stage "Tea- and Sympathy." .., ,' U-ir
't Jhe backgrounds of "GABY," among the most realistic
'.ever created for a motion picture, include London's theatri theatrical
cal theatrical district, Covent Garden, Drvry Lane and varied other
. locales shifting from a London bridge, photographed in
' moonlight, to the sundrenched crowds of Petticoat Lane.
The city is-also shown silhouetted against wartime back backgrounds
grounds backgrounds of 1944, with pivotal scenes taking place in air
raid shelters and in American and French canteens.
Don't miss this vibrant love story in Cinemascope
Which opens on Tuesday at your Bella Vista Theatre.

MLHcellaneous -.'

;F0R RENTS Office space 102
ta. meters, eir-conditioa and :
Janitor service inciudsd... Apply
t Continental Shipping
next ta Raymond Clinic
Carp; .f
FOR RENT: Space. appropriate 1
far beauty parlor ar commercial, f I
at "El Cangrtja" an Ava. Argen- 1 1
tina, "Monterrey" Building. Sea '(
Da Castrp,' Avenue B No. 24.
Phone 2-1616. .;' ..
FOR RENT: -v- Twe-eidad sift)
boanr; 8"x12f9 miUts framt
.Colon,' Mueblestt'lnglesa, Phona,
' 334, Apartade 67, Colon, v
,M?eal Estate x.V-
- fOR SALE: House aad grounds,
.'en the II Valla road. Phone 2-'
J2I9. c , , '1
. thrcc-bedraom chalet, Via Beli Beli-.sario
.sario Beli-.sario Porras No, 135. For infer-
. mation phone.' 3-3605 --ar 2 1
0487, Mr. Sorer" Rt( .r t
, s The Best Picture
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-. : Ia Cinemascope
j.' ; and -:

S5c. 1 10c
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69c. i i i i. 30c.
; RORT CALH017J and

Ha'aback again with the fury
. oi the WestTn
-in Technicolor!
And Alan, Ladd, Edward O. : j
Robinsou and Joan Dru in a
picture you can't miss1



" 111 Cry Tomorrow
with Susan Hayward
in CinemaScope! CinemaScope!-;.
;. CinemaScope!-;. and
Qnentin Dorward
: with Robert, ay lqr"

25c. r 15c.
' .--LOOSE :
' '" and

The New Deborah Kerr

by Brian Young


Deborah Kerr is very happy a-; and Sympathy." the M-G-M pictur-

uaiion ot ine piay n. wnicn sue,

- v. ,4


&ce Or
fez Italiaii

- - .',

Fear' Stars

- K

'. There's-- t luscious Italian im import
port import under -contract -aVUniversal-International
who ranks with the
Sophias, Silvanas and Gihas of her
native land as far as looks and acting-ability
are concerned. "-Mer
same "is Gia Scara; and sheas
received the acting plum of the
year in a dramatic role support supporting''
ing'' supporting'' Merle Oberon in "Price of
. Fear.'" -
Gia' lost twelve pounds in weight,
ot a new hairstyle,- and burned
the midnight oil with her drama dramatic
tic dramatic coach, to- snag this role. Re Re-portedly
portedly Re-portedly she has turned 5 the per performance
formance performance of the. year as a" young
immigrant girl whose f athef is
killed by Jims Oberon in an hlV
and-run traffic- accident,
. Previous to this role, auburn auburn-aired
aired auburn-aired ..Giav had a small part in
"All That Heaven Allows," : with
. Rock Hudson. At home, she plays
the guitar, lives with her mother
Jn a jrarair'apartment'andauswers
all her fan mail. Sht;stadie every
nhis of dramatic art that U-I'

hiakes available to her; and is the:
most intensive student on the lot.

: Biggest Shrill of her, young Ule
Sfshrfs tw-ntv) wai playing a'scene

with-iheV M6. Lex Barker. Lex

helped hr rehearse between seen-
' I .. e Uimt? nhnViant.

sr-and professed himself enchant enchanted.
ed. enchanted. With hep yital Italian 'gestures.
C.iavsave lira a recipe, tor real



More Information

Sought On Relics

Found Near River

. . t tiii.i r

rrau-ie Dr Rocher. HU (UPii IjAna With BrtW

two miles, from here near- the
Mississippi River Is believed to be
the- o'det site' of human hab'ita-UP-.TIME.
v V

bon east of the Mississippi.
"Howard WinterSi a Southern
Illinois University anthropologist,
and Melvin L. Fowler, of the Illi

nois State Museum, have done

some excavation on the site. They
found ash' deposits I that, indicate

occupation f of the site ; 10,000

years agp.. i-.:-,..:

bout the trt nd her carter has tak

en recently. '
When she first came to Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood in 1945 Miss Kerr found her

seif heralded as a gentle lady, of
the screen.
"There wa a time," she re remarked,
marked, remarked, "when everybody seem seemed
ed seemed to think I wasnt the type for

anything but those prim and prop proper
er proper roles. As an actress, I like the
idea of playing a variety of parts
I'm glad they're coming my

Miss Rerr s uiesi mm is m meay, ntaven Knows, wr



John Kerr r nd Lejf Erickson were! r h,ch ha& bcen a crossing po ut

Border Gets HI
New Bridge LirbJ
YOIA. Ariz. -UP- le Ari-

n.i taluornia crdcr ifYom I

ppunited for the same roles thpv.ior years, Has a new'tnik.- r

created on the s'age. M-U-Ai A' J1,23S75; bridge, builw-wi'

bought the play for the actress af-'leoeial money ,and fund-" I

ter it had run for 91 weeks ,tm both stalcsy. recently .i

Broadway and after she had com- cateu f

pleted a 35-week tour of 40 cities

Carp Fjshing

Done With B

And Arrows

across the United States:

Prior, to "Tea and Sympathy,"
Miss Kerr starred In the dramatic

"The Proud and the Profane." the
bright musical "The King, and

Next, she will star In the gay co-


Miss Kerr- enjoys acting. "I

,The structure is 837"feeVlong,
his to 28-foot roadways' with a
sixJAot dividing strip,- and a ver ver-t'cal
t'cal ver-t'cal clearance of'2S feet in the
tical Clearance of 28 feet in the
middle, span above normalhigh
wa'.er in th- Colorado' River bed
bcloW.n: .. '-7 ,.

A participant in dedication cpC

want to be busy working on front monies was Susan Odle, rimjj
of a cmera.or behind footlights 'County employe who was theiiTf
when my daughters j call me woman to r 1 d e over fb jj'ofa


; bridge, started in 1915.,

They found artifacts belonging

to an archaic -culture that extend extended
ed extended ever a long'period of time. They
hope to be able to dig below the

2b vi loot depth they already have

Eskimos Just Jv
Hearing About

Overtime Pay""

BOSTON (UP) -News of
time and a half for overtime work

has penetrated- the far north.

The. wife- of- -a sports promoter
found that out here when and Es

kimo family won a '$50,000 court

judgment 'after ; charging they
were underpaid during a recent


Spokesman for the family, Mrs.
Esther Mayokok,- erispl recited
the facts the family worked 60
weeks at an average of 80 hours
a week
She said that instead of receiv receiving,
ing, receiving, 75 cents an hour plus

overtime, the fnm.ily.was paid a

fiat $30 a week.-


Italian sbaAetto' for Lex to pass

on Id his jwifevLana Turner. When
Lana invited tGiato lunch the next

ia v "this atiarkling "young Italian

proclaimed herseii Jon ton qjt the
worid.?;;-.r: ,.v Vrif t;
- Gia's Interest 4 in : clothes has a
practical aspect."
,f I study the wometfr fashion
magazines; carefully," she tbl us,
''and-ierhaps -I.may U able t af afford
ford afford cne or two really stunning
costumes ;very ..season. t For ., the
most patt however, I ;try. .and
make over jny- tlothes-andt to
change them about with -colorful

...cenrim f think- scarves are a

' 'Wderfu. Invention; and I'm fluite

extravagant; aooui ouymg i a e m

: YcU can change theappatent shape
of your face, your mood, and your
nfir rrts turned hist bv the way

- vou tia f icirt a$ youreck. For
instance l0ok -t thit wonderful
blouse and scarf idea which Bill

Thomas designed lor me. i. a
. c. mtJiew& a Dale Dink blouse

wrtosei collar aad -front 'were liped

with a crisp navy blut border. Her
, matching acarf of navy blue- sine
is polka-dotted in the same pink as

the niouse. uia uea w "4" t
- t.i.9 1 flam her "own wardrobe

Were rcodelled for us by GU to

- how .what ) nagmaqon,a p.i
. iimple squares of silic, can achievt.
I- ;
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irrol 1 Fl nn. "who plays X h
: blackjack dealer m the Lmted
a-hm... -fHin ...The ;.Bi Boodle,"

writes -from England that the
toughest part of the pic ure for
' him comes v.h"n he s got to look
: 4k. 'i-,i.nff laHv iii the eye, deal

, her a hand of cards and toil her

ahe's, over, twentyonei ''fa
. Tony Curtis' younger brother,
' knowh professionally as Robert
- Reed, makes his film debut in U

t wversars ---ine; Vrfl-'rf"i..i
' M.ri.n Tlietrich l set for Eii

. w.M.Pa. film, version of "Witney

' for the .Prosecution"' V- nd T
rone Power will portray her youiu

f it th. Ues of Fines Cuba, SaTn

. 'GoWwyn..-Jr.. went under" water re re-:
: re-: centl w l -17-nim. camera, too
fiSct f.l cx; tests for b
"Shark- Fif-'ters'V- fOm, which
. itrnVkt Ir-Maturft (The; sharks
woui t care bite a producer!

V -i.t-l Auciair, inaco""" ";v
; French 1 N,1" ""Vrt Ga t.. V-Jity ofClark Ga
M'-and -luaveness of .Cary. Grant
has been signed PeramOunt to
. make his Hollywood d e b u t in
: liet'slogan is "Keep, the stomach
i ki suspense." Hitch. i currently

Ronald Howard, son of.tht late
Xeslie Howard has been signed by
Jeff. Chandler to jnake his L rated j.Knt in nn. of the "heavy

roles in Chandler's first independ independent
ent independent picture, "Drango," to be re-

waavii uj
. Lonq Division?

year-old Charles Yost counted the

miles he traveled to scnooi. m
rode horseback most Of the time
the eight miles to school, for
total of 1,280 miles. Only six tim.
during the 160 days did he ride in

STARS REHEARSE Gia Scala, who plays the part fV young Immigrant girl in "The Price

oi ear, js snown nere renearsing wiin iiCi .jDrer.

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ALLEGAN.' Mich. (UP)

It's carp season in Allegan. All
vou need is a pair of boots', a

good eye and' a bow and arrow, i

earn by the hundreds inhabit the

flooded -flats of the Kalamazoo!

River near here.
Each year a growing number of

arcners attacn a reel to ineiri
bows, the line to their 'arrow, and
visit the river to try their luck.

Bowmen wul tell you, mere s
nothing easy about the sport. Carp
are alert to the slightest sound or
movement., It lakes instant re reflexes
flexes reflexes and experienced judgment

to lead ana nit tneir aarung sniu sniu-ows
ows sniu-ows in the churning water. The
catches run between 15 and 20 20-pounders.
pounders. 20-pounders. .' '
Peri Pals Meet
After 8 Years
Cor responding

RUSSELLi Kan. -4UP) Twn

overseas pen pals who averaged
writinc each other twice a month

for eight years met here recently
for the first time,
Alice Porter came from Black Blackpool,
pool, Blackpool, England. to meet Wilma
June Hanlon .of Russell.'
Accompanying Miss Porter Was
her fiance, William Kenyon. The
two Britons were enroute to Cali California.
fornia. California. They 'plan to be married
soott and live in the United States.

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D5ii Goyo, Golden Wonder,
ingat Chief Contenders

The Stud Tanara's classy native colt Coral is an
almost unanimous choice to win today's second run running
ning running of the annual Anguizola Classic at the Presi President
dent President Remon race track.' ?;
. The event, which honors the memory of the out outstanding
standing outstanding turfman who met an untimely death early
last year when he was shot down during the assas assassination
sination assassination of his close friend President Jose A. Remon,
Is exclusively for native thoroughbreds.

Scheduled to oppose the four
year-old brown son of Huasco-Ven-ture
are former nativ champion
Biquli-Golden Wonder, Don Goyo,
Naranjaio, Tingat and Don Brigi Brigi-do.
do. Brigi-do. The distance of the race is one
mile, t
4 Don Goo, which returned from
a prolonged layoff in fine form
turn tuaalra im VKTlPPtsd to fiim-

ish Joaquin Vallarino'i star with

his sutfest opposition.
Golden Wonder, now racing to
top form, is also rated dangerous.
Riqul has been performing miser-
hlv fnr mnntht and has shown DO

signs c improvement. He was the

'Winner ol uus same event ai juau
Franco but year.

Today Encanto J5 20
' John Erlcson, in
! Barbara Briton, In

today IDEAL 35 .15
! Charlton Heston, In
I John Agar, In V
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1st Race 3rd Strict Imp C Fes.
Perse $400.00 Pool Closes 12:45


1 Amat

2 Valley Star
S Amln Dial
4 Incaica
5 Reflector
6 Venganza
7 Soft Note

O. de Leon 89x

J. Phillips 106
B. Aguirre 115
G. Montero 99x
V. Ortega 415
A. Ycaza 108
A. Vergara 116

Naranjazo appears to be out outclassed
classed outclassed while Tingat and Don Bri-(

gido are possible upsetters. The

handicap highly favors Tingat and

Don Bngido because it is a weight-Lr-age
event in which all the oth

ers ill tote 121 pounds as compar

ed to their 111.

i Don Bngido and Tingat are
three-veir-olds while the others

are four or older.
, T .... : .
' it.

These latter two horses have
always imv roved overnight when
an added incentive is in the offing
such ts the beautiful silver trophy

that goes to the winner or a major
slice of the $2,000 added purse.
Ten other prospective thrillers
are included on an interesting pro

gram. .V ... ..

2nd Raca 3rd Sorios Imp. 6 Ftt
Furu $400.00 Pool Closes 1;15


Racetrack tips

1 Soft Note
2 Suntonner
3 Radical (e)
4 Tanara
5 Carlota
6 Fappa Flynn
7 Lyrical
8 Takeaway
9 Gonetino (e)
10 Coral
11 Mlriatoats

Amln Didl
El Fakir
Ornamental S.
V. Onda Real
- Portal
Don Goyo

n :

1 Almlnar

2 My Friend
3 Dianalicla
4 Gonzaga
5 El Fakir.
6 Suntonner :
7 Suzerain
8 Socorrito :
9 Brisk

B. Aguirre 108
F. Alvarez 105

H. Gustines 107x

J. Jimenez 107x

G. Ramos lOlx

A. Ycaza 115
. J. Phillips 110

G. Montero 102x

F. Hidalgo 105

3rd Raca "F" Nativtt, 5 Fat

Fun $275.00 Pool Closet 1:45

1- Miml B. Aguirre 110
2-i-ilboria A. -Vasquez 118
3- -Nacho : .. J. Bravo 113

4 Blue Moon O. de Leon A9x
5- f-Folletlto : : H. Gustines 105x

6 (C- de Sapq F. Alvarez 109
7- -(Eaclical u R, Vasquez 113

4th Riet "D-E" NiHv 5 Fj

Punt SiOQ.OO P09I tloMr iUO


1 -Baedad

2 ADache

3 OlimDico

4 Bugaba

5 JuUe
6 Redondlta-

7 Tanara

; H. -GUstines 102x

i J. Bravo 113
! B., Aguirre 108.
A. Vasquez 117
A. Gonzalez 111
E. Ortega 104
R. V&squez 116

5h Riet "G" Native 5 Fgt.

Purse $275.00

1 Guarare
2 Uyuyuy t
3 t.Wlnsaba
4 Carlota
5 (Don Jaime
6 (Fllon
7 El Pasha

Pool Closet 2:55

A. Mena 118
F. Hidaleo 118

G. Ramos 105x

C. Ruiz 118
J. Phillips 118
R. L. Gil 110

J. Jimenez 112x

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6th Raca 2nd Series Ime. 6 Fas

Purse $500 00 Pool Closes 3:35


1 Oro Purlto

2 Orn. Star
3 Pollz6n
4 NesscUffe
5 D. Duchess
6 Cartlllero
7 Papa Flynn
8 Am. Maid

J. Bravo 118

B. Aguirre 116
. K. Flores m
A. Ycazall5
R. Vasauez 113
J. PhllUps 115
A. Vasquez 118
F. Hidalgo 113

7th Race 2nd Series Imp 6 Fes.

Pune $500.00 Pool Closes 4:05

1 Camberwell J. Bravo 113

2 Two Colours : A. Ycaza 116
3 Gavllan k kR.vL. GU 115
4 Dawn Song- V. Castillo 113

5 Moon Beam G. Montero 112x

6 Lvrical t R. Vasauez 112

7 Onda Real F. Alvarez 113

8 Florera ,H. Gustines 102x

8th Race "B-C" NativM 7 Fas

Pune $350.00 Pool Closes 4:40


1 Portal

2 Lady Edna
3 Ika
4 Takeaway
5 Daniel
6 Petite
7 (Joe
8 (Fru Fru

A. VSsquez 116

B. Aguirre 108

G, Montero lOlx

, J. Phillips 116
G. Alfaro 124
R. Vasquez 118
J. Bravo 117
F. Alvarez 112

9th Race 1st Series Imp. 6" Fat.

Purs $700.00 Pool Closet 5:15


1 M. Stuardo V. Castillo 112

2 Lifeboat

3 Begonia
4 Grey Juan
5 Bradomin a.
6 (Blakemere
7 (Salero
8 Lucky Test)
9 Gonetino)



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Amaieur Boxers To
Hold SpolIIghi At
Ilat'l Gym Tonight
.. Panama City's amateur boxers
will hold the spotlight tonight when
a five-bout 1 program getSi; under
way at ah National Gym at 8
clock. 1
' Featuring the card will Ita a clash
between welterweight champion
Federico tChichombolo) Marshall,
unbeaten in three (tartt this year,
and promising Luit Rodrigutf,
!' In the other mafchei Humierta
Herman battles Salvador Molina at
a-weight limit of 127 pounds; Fe Felix
lix Felix Jimenei engages Elidie Pontiles
at 112 pounds; Arturo Smith take
on Serafin Garcia at 127 pounds;
and Rodolfo Felipe swaps punches
with Carlos Ortia at all ot 105
pounds.-.., t f '; '. ;t'
. r ,f N I 'II, ( MWMM

James R. Shreve has been named'

to handle the Lehigh backs. He for

merly coached at Moravian and
George Washington.

Sports Briefs

: Kentucky Derby winner "Nee "Needles"
dles" "Needles" Is favored, today at Wash Washington
ington Washington Park. it..'-
The winner of the Kentucky
Derby and Belmont Stakes,

heads a field of eight in the
$100,000 added American Derby
near Chicago. Should all eight
horses start In the mile and

three-sixteenths race, the win

ner will pick up $102,600. Nee-:
dies, who also won the Florida
Derby and the Flamingo Stakes,

figures to go Mf at even money,
noundlh out .the field will be
"Swoon's Son," f'Terrang.' "Be
A. Jones." 'The Warrior Toby

B,". Tommy's Jet," and "Liberty


The father of U.Ci.A. half

back Ronnie Knox hat taken a
blast at American college foot

ball. : v v.;

Harvey Knox called the game
"as outdated as the horse and
buggy in fact he Is eligible for
only five games for U.C.LA, It
is part of the punishment hand-

ea out Dy me racuic uoui iuu
ference for the payment of too

A. Vasauez 116

J. Phillips 110
; A. Mena 113
J. Bravo 118
R. Vasquez 115
F. Hidalgo 115

G. Montero 10x

F Alvarez 113

1 0th Race "Tony Anguiiola Clastic"

Purse $2000.00 Pool Closet 5:40
1 O. Wonder G.' Alfaro 121
2 Naranjazo C. Ruiz 121;

3 Coral R. Vasquez 121
4 Tingat F. Alvarez 111
5 Do nBrigido A. Vasquez 111
6 Don Goyo B. Aguirre 11
7 Riqui A. Ycaza 121

11th Rac "Elimination" Imp. 7 Fgt
Purs $600.00 Pool Closet......

1 Supersun
2 Quematodos
3 Pincel
4 -Alabarda
5 Our 'Fancy
6 Mlrzatoats
7 Rosarlo
8 Dixie
9 Henry Lee

A. Mena 118
A. Ycaza 120

A. Reyes R. 102x

A. Gonzalez 100
E. Ortega 100
R. Vasquez 118

H. Macias 105x

J. Bravo 113
F. Alvarez 110

much money to college ath
letes. ,.
Harvey Knox said "Amer

ican footzall doesnt need any anybody
body anybody with any intelligence. The
quarterbacks, even If they had
brains, never need use them. It
Is Just straight ahead, two yards,

three yards, for 60 minutes."

A sophomore on the Navy
football team is In for a surprise
when he reports to coach Eddie
Erdelatz at the start of practice
next week.
Dick Dagampat, a speedster
of only 163 pounds, was listed as

a halfback when he left Anna Annapolis
polis Annapolis for a cruise in June. Now
Erdelatz plans on using Dick, as
a fullback. The middle coach

expIains-"All my good full

backs in the past have been lit

tle' guys.: Frea Franco was ma,

Joe attuso 175 and: Dick Guest


In brd football, the Cleveland

Browns broke camp at Hiram,
Ohio, and headed for the West

coast ana Sunday's exnioiuon

at San Francisco. Coach Paul
Brown of Cleveland admits most

of the squad cuts will involve

rookies but warns that some vet

erans must fight to keep their

Jobs.. ; .- .:.



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Nifht games not

! Prt. OR
44 .607
48 83,2'
47 .580 3
56 : .504 111,
57 ,. 491 13
64 .443 lJ'j
66 .405 ZZY
68 .382 25


New York
Cleveland 4
Boston .

uetroit ,

rvasnjngion i

Brooklyn at Ph ladelphla
Mlwaukee at Cincinnati ''
Chicago at St Louis '"
Pittsburgh at New York

Pittsburgh 000 102 3309 12 0
New York 010 000 000 1 9 1

Friend I4-12) and Shpnarrt-

Gomes, McCall (7), Ridzik (9)
and SarnL IF; r.nn ffi.lSK

HRs: Long 24) Shepard (6).

Milwaukee at Cincinnati (N)
Brooklyn at Philadelphia (N)
Chicago at St. Louis (N)

Ksiim, dfw it

Night Game not included

- New York at Baltimore v,
" City at Cleveland (2)
. Washington at Boston (2)
Detroit, at Chicago (2)
(First Game) j V t


Mufuel Pivicends t

1. Fontainebleau $4.60, 3
2. Lanero $7.


L Vedette $9.80, 4.
2. Te Gano $6.
i Double: $16.

1. Fuego $4, 3.
2Dona $3.60.
; One-Two: $14.40.
1 Damadura $4, 2.60.
2 Bull Flea $3.40.
Quinlela; $80.
L-lVokdor $7.40, 3.60'
2. Engrelda $4.40,

1. Felix $5.60, 2.80.
2. Royal Stream $2.60.

:;;v.-::," x.
1. Mrs. Halllgan $11.30, '4.20.
2. Iguazu $3.20.
. Double: $31.60.

1. Panzaretta $5.40, 2.80.'
2 Joe's Fiddling (Excluding-
from betting.) -3.
Sweet Windsor $3.60.
.Quiniela: $7.40.
1. -Melendez $5.40, 2.60. :"
2. Embassy $3.40. -,
One-Two: $16.20.
L-i-AlhaJar $3 20. 2.20.
2. Trirreme $2.80.

Amcrlctn liizo



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JS33 12
.550 12'.i
.479 21i
.447 24
.418 ZV9

J33 37

New York

010 110 1004
010 000 0001

Sturdlvant ftt et'.-j

Brown (8-3) and GastalL HRs:

7. yl" ieman iiz).
Martin (9), McDougald (9).

(Second GameNight)

Kansas City 001 000 6001
Cleveland 20312000x- 7 1

areuow, Shantz (3), Herrlage

son; Wynn, Aguirre (8) and He-,
fan. WP: Wynn- (14-6). LP:
Kretlow (4-7). HR: Began (5).
Washington 003 031 0029 13
Boston 002 012 0117 I) i

Stone. Stewart ffiV ftrt 7

and Rerheretr Snvi prt..j

f ld (5), Dorish (7), Delock (9)

"U usiey, YV n lie (9), P!
Stone (4-3). LP; Sn. l.t

,HRs: Williams (16 and 17).- ..

Detroit 610 900 600 I Vl
Chicago 100 000 61x 2 7 V

Fovtack' iS.lAV OnA

Keegan 3-5) and Moss, Lollar


24 Years in National League
Written for NEA Service
QUESTION: With the .count
Uiree balls and two strikes on the
batter, he refuses to get in the
baiter's box when ordered to do
so by the umpire. The umpire or orders
ders orders the nitrher n nili-h TK

catcher misses the pitch. Can the

Daner go to first base? Paul
Stewart. - .-
' Answer:. It't a strike regaral regaral-less
less regaral-less of where the ball if pitched.
Th barter can go t first base,
fust as though it was a misted
thirC strike with the barter In
th bx. Th ball it liv. : v
Q. -The second baseman tries to
pull the hidden ball trick on a runner-
on second base. The pitcher
toes the rubber and starts his mo motion.
tion. motion. What to do about 1 it? An Andrew
drew Andrew Slapnicka.. ;
A. It's a balk.,. The runner "on,
teconel bat goa t third.:

TODAY intonid inguizola .Classic- TOD A

For the convenieiice
of our patrons we are
now operating both at
and "SAVOY."

4th and 8lh Races

I 10th RACE I V 1 MILE
. Purse: $2000.00 ;' : Pool Closes: 5 ;40 p.m. , t
- J l-OOLDEN WONDER .:l..;.i.vl.'.;......1....0. ALFARO 121. '. ':l : j
1 2 NARANJAZO '.A I;..,... ....... C." RUIZ 121 -. -V I
" T"I jr CORAL ............ .R. VASQUEZ 121;" t .".CI Z.
4-TINGAT ...:. ,!,.,'..,..:.F.' ALVAREZ ,111 :. I
6-DON 00Y0 ..V. .....;,.;..:.J....;........B. AGUIRRE 121 ; I
7-RIQUI...:.. .;A7 YCAZA 121 ''I

1st, 2nd 6th, 7th RACES'
3rd and 9th RACES




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W'7Ji ''. 9 777 .' 77 HPT"0 77 TO :. 777 Ch P 7TD 777 jT

SUNDAY, Al'CrST 19, 1936



hasni Been hearuyet on the tale
of the Detroit Tigers... with ru

mors that the winnings Knorr group

was in the bag long before any
bids were entertained... and yet
Spike Briggs allowed some eight
or nine useless bids to be prepar prepared
ed prepared at a cost "of $150,000 (incluain?
tome $21,000 by Bill Veeck)
. Returning fullback Hubert Bo Bo-be'
be' Bo-be' big-bugaboo at Ohio Slate
ht' flunked English three
Straight timet, hepet to make it
the fourth time out....
"You fan't build a team in 20
days of spring practice," is the
biggest lesson Jim Tatum's learn learned
ed learned switching from Maryland to
North Carolina... "It's not lie tne
old days when you had six weeks
or more and could keep discard discarding
ing discarding kids" until the had the bunch
ejiat would do'the, job.'., then con concentrate
centrate concentrate on perfecting them.".'. .,
.The Chicago Cardinals h aV
been hot after klick Kerbawy, of
the Detroit Liens te be their gen general
eral general manager for upUuol
year!.. ; j'r t'r.
Hog Hornsbyt a press box habi habitue
tue habitue at Wrigley Field, befng'twir:
ted bv a writer on his baseball'

gchool activities: ''Hey, Bog, what

do you da before you give : tnose

kids a lesson, make 'em all go out

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lUtHk CL4.J gUW, Jkuj vwu.u
It." .... Hornsby gruffly: "They
could, but they won't." ....
' Happy Chandler, dropping in
at an Abe Saperttaiq luncheon,
couldn't be buffaloed into trying
to ; hoiit the ..old-time bantam bantamweight
weight bantamweight Johnny Cetilo, off the
floor..-. Happy'd bitten for the
trick year age.
..Too bad Jim Norris had to in insist
sist insist on an early examination of
Floyd Patterson'i metacarpal
break ... because actually the Kid
would have. been ready for a late

September fight he's already

been punching the heavy sand bag.
... Manager Cus-D'Amato. leery
a TIaa Ifftarna1 tiA.ln with Archil

Moore (a rumored 10 per cent),
says he won't fight "in any city
Kearns wants."
Still think the sacrosanct Ivy
League doesn't hustle Ht football

mm d

:. Jta latum, i
pliyersT ... The Dartmouth
coaching staff hat completely
crisscrossed the nation three
different time since lest : tea'
SOO..V. v : .'. v
There's no dispute pn the rug

gedness qualifications of Hoosier

quarterback Chick Cichowsui

The Indiana signal-caller, from

Chicago, spent one summer earn

ing his keep doing a fire diving

act in city parks he doused bis

domes in gasoline, mounted-a

towering platform and dove into

a naming tank of water below...
Can you picture the late Ho
nut Wagner strolling the boulev
vards attired in a pair of bar
mud shorts?,..
Basketball note: they held i

dribbling contest at Bob Cousy's
New Hampshire camp for boys

the other day ... and in 23 hours

the rubber ball was patted a Quar

ter of a million times... with the

maestro himself winding up the

performance with an hour exhiDi
tion blindfolded....

Officially out of football for the

first time in 29 years, Paul
Christman, the old Minou Ail Ail-American,
American, Ail-American, weighs lest now than
he did back in college days.....

Between you'n'me, the tune las

in tne career of one of the brigut

heavyweights, just recently risen

to prqminence, was spent away at

scnoot san yuentin. ...

NEW YORK (NEA). -Of the

clubs who have finished behind

the Yankees in the first division
season in and season out, the Kcd
Sox have the least excuse.

It money could have done it, the

Bosox would have won as many
pennants as the Yankees. No own

er ever was' quicker with a buck
than Tom. Yawkey. The Boston
club has been well patronized

through the years by fans as ra

bid as the newly developed varie

ty m Milwaukee.

Yet an American League flag

hasn't flown over Fenway Park in
10 years, or since unprecedented

sustained early foot enabled the

Red Sox to, practically run away
and hide in 1546, before profession professional
al professional baseball had fully shaken its

war legs. The Hub had waited 18

years tor that one, and Yawkey
gave Back Bay its new deal in
1934. -v v

The Red Sox were in the thick

of things until .the .last three

weeks a year ago,- and-with the

acquisition of the Veterans.' Bob

Porterf Icld and Mickey t Vernon,
were expected to come'! on this

trip. But Here they are the same

old frustrated, outfit in the dog

JU Yearns in National Leagu
WrlMen for NEA Service
QUESTION; H a pitched ball
bounces in front of the plate, can
the batter hit 4t? Bryn Zapp...
$ Answer: Yes, and if the bat
ter hits a fly ball it ha to hit
v the ground before it It a ground
' ball.. ...
Q, Withi runner on third base,
the catcher tips the batter's bat.
What happens ?--Fr4nk Sancattt.
A.. Unless the batter hitt the
bill safely, if it interference on
the part of the, catcher. The man
n third tceres, the batter goes
to first base and the ball it
: coad.

Q. The umpire hands a Dew ball
to the Catcher after one had been

louied out of the park. Can base

runners advance? Oscar Frelicb,

A. No. The pitcher has to to
the pitcher's rubber to make the
new ball live.. -,V

' By VIC 6HIHI- ;
. Written- for- NEA Service ,1
when the two iron isn't quite1

enotigh. -m when you have to hold
the tireen with a shot of from 200
tu.JIlO yards, the four wood is. the

weapon.. ...

On 4-stance shots from relative

ly, bad lies, er-wkere the ball is
so far down in the grass as to be
almost impossible to bit with a two
iron, the four wood is the club. It
will rrive slishtlv more -di-

rtance than the two iron. Because

of its greater, loft,, it's better to
hold a green. ) i

Under favorable conditions, with

(he ball sitting up well, the shot

kshouW be pjayed; slightly forward

oi ine center line Deiwcen yie

feet from a dosed stance with the
toes pointed outward for balance,
the right foot Withdrawn from the
line of light. If the lie is close, the
ball ir played- more toward- the
center.' On this ahot, hit down
through the bail, aj though taking

Start the backstoa low and

slowly. Taking the tlub' back to
the horizontal level a faf enough

and, generates.. eatisuctoryr dia
tance for the average- player, t

When the- stiaight left arm and

the hands are in -line Hh 'the
ball, the clubhead- catchet up in

perfect aignment. ; v

KEXT; Claude Harmon en the

four Iron, v i

24 Years in National League

Written for NEA Service
QUESTION: With runneri on

first and second bases and one

out. and outfielder chases a long

fiv. He catches the ball and the

momentum carries him over a low

fence. A ball hit over this fence is

a home run. How would you rule
this? Norman Von Elm.
Answer! The batter, it out, the
ball is dead and the baterunnert
are entitled to two bates.

Q. With two out and the bases

full, the batter hits an mside-the

park home run, but fails to touch

third base and is out on an appeal.

How many runs acore? Arnold

Handmacher .:,.:..'
A. Three. :''.

Q. Which is the most beautiful

nark in the major leagues? -Wayne
F. Lewis.
A. Wrigloy Field in Chicago
generally It considered at such.

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Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
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i. tedWUUams
- Hat hit goals ;

There are teveral reasons why

the Ked box are no longer ex

pected to make a real run at the

Yankees. There is the perennial

infield problem, among o t h e r

things, and Ted .Williams: is

too busy fighting the Boston base

ball writers and fans lor the Ked

Sox to fight the opposition. 1

"Williams comes into the dug

out and starts one of his tirades
and everybody bogs down," says
one of the older members of the

party. "For years it has been

demonstrated that Williams, de

spite his big bat, cannot take the

club all the way. Flaying strictly

for himself, he leaves the .club

wituoui a leaaer.

"A movement led by Williams

bars baseball writers from enter

ing the Red Sox dressing room for

two hours before a game and 13

minutes aftere

"Because Jim Piersall taid he
would be pleased to see and talk
with the writers at any time. Wil

liams doesn't speak to the fight-

ingest member of the club, who V

enjoying his biggest year. Wil

liams seems to resent the fact

that Piersall is given credit for

protecting him on the left side iji
thA flnlrf

Boitoiv players rarely discuss

baseban away from the park and
t:..i. J. ...5 i

iiuio- oi it mere, say ciose ioiiow

ers ot the club.

'"Williams ": speaks angrily of

those in the press box,
but never about beating that Vic

key Mantle and the rest of t

Yankees," points out the old Red

box attache. ;-,' v

' Losing a tough game never

seemed to mean much, to him

While a ditcher sat there in the

dumps he'd comment on how well

he hit a couple of balls.

"As much as I dislike to say it

this spirit, or lack of it, appears

to have permeated the Red Sox.

"The club lacks ngnt. Let one
Yankee put up an argument and

they're all in it. When of our guysJ

gets in a rhubarb, be beefs a
lone." , : -. ,y

Williams everlastingly talks of

his goals so many runs-batted-In,
so many home runs, lifetime bat batting
ting batting average, etc.
That's been the principal (rou (rouble
ble (rouble with Ted Williams and the Red
They've forgotten the club's
goal, which-is to win.
Chuck bocrio, 1951 Illinois line linebacker,
backer, linebacker, was named an assistant
coach at his alma mater.

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And Jump


Davis has received his first; fan'
letter and it could be 'an lndica

tion that Interest in the bop, step
and jvmp is picking up.

"Congratulations on making the.

Olympic team and the great new
. : i i .

American recom ui icei o-i
inches Bob Osterhoudt writes the
la Salle sophomore. "I thought)

that record would never be bro

ken. I am only 14, but like track'
and am on the high school team.)
Would yoj send me two or three
autographs?" . i I

Bob osternoudt of Bellelonte, I
Pa., must have started his won-1

dering at an early age. The rec

ord Davis eclipsed was established s

by Bill Eron in 1941, a year be
fore younfi Bob was born.

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THE STORY: Three people have asked Emmett Cash
" why he returned to Cashtown. Frank Ude, who is with
Cash, believes Emmett is' a trouble maker, probably a
horse thief. While Frank and Emmett are in a restaurant,
the Mexican cook is severely burned and is taken to Dr.

La Tour.
I DR LA TOUR dropped his glance
to Juan. The callousness ran out
of his lace. He said, "Bring him
inside, gentlemen." : v
Frank Ude was certain Yates
had been brought to' the doctor
tvitb his gunshot arm. Consider Considering
ing Considering the fact that Emmett was steal stealing
ing stealing horses from this range put
the doctor in a bad spot. He would
be honor hound to notify the sher sheriff
iff sheriff of Yates' condition, and as
I rank weighed the man and his
relat.onship with Emmett he de decided
cided decided La Tour hadn't reported tha
Kunwound. The ,sheriff would pu
& under arrest, at least until
' the matter of who was stealing
1 .'" .. hrmieht into the clear.
The doctor's kHife flashed as he
alii the remainder w w
. jacket, carefully peeling the fabric
from the sweat-moist arms. When
he had. his look he motioned to to-ward
ward to-ward the couch and Emmett help
ed lower Juan tous cusmu"
- FinaUy La Tour laid his flat palm
cross the cook's forehead, star staring
ing staring at him with a gentleness that
' Prised Frank. "Juan Lopez, you
are a clean hombre.
' He rummaged through a collec collection
tion collection of ancient jars until he found
1 -.-.; "I've seen babies
scalded by hot lard that took it
better than Juan. He'U be all right
once he get.' a noia on """".
u .,. nn thn noint of adding
. more; but now his head cocked to
one side, uney au usvpu i -.iott
f hnntheeta on the porcn.
. -That'll be her, Emmett. Better
crawl in your hole. Crack steel to
- your horse before your sister finds
you in my house!" ? -His
sister! La Touf was talking
about the girl they called Jean. It
weat tnrougn fran "&""
i.i linuirf fllthmieh he had been
.vnonttntf it Now he knew for
urc, He compared the modeling
of their cheekbones, of their eyes
and their mouths. He was struck
by the undeniable similarity. Yet
Emmett was so aggressive, so vir virile
ile virile with his flame-red hair. And
' Jean had been so dark, with soft
blue-gray eyes and fine skin and
features that seemed fine as Em Em-mett's
mett's Em-mett's were coarse.
A bristling curse came from Em Emmett.
mett. Emmett. He said swiftly, "Follow me,
Frank. We're pulling out." He fad fad-i
i fad-i d into the rear quarters of La
, Tour's apartment still looking to toward
ward toward Frank.! But Frank remained
in the office with his mind made
, up to see this through.
When Jean came into the room
she dropped to her knees beside
the couch, rne cook inea to smiie
hut hp was lashed too deeply by
pain. He murmuered something but
hn words were too low for rann
to catch. "Was it really Emmett?"
Frank heard Jean demand. The
cook's eyes shifted the smallest de
cree. Jean lifted her glance to
Frank and asked presently:



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Directed by JACK ARNOLD Screenplay by MARTIN BERKELEY


Edmunds Claussen:
UmMi Owmn. Pa lr NEA fem he.
"You brought him here?"
"With others' help." ; -"Was
it my brother"
FRANK let a moment slide feel
ing icy drafts along his spine.
"I'm not sure I know your broth brother,"
er," brother," he said and saw Jean flush
La Tour spoke up at this point
He saw the deadlock between them
and wisely broke it "Look", Seno Seno-rita
rita Seno-rita Cash, you ain't out on the Raf Rafter
ter Rafter C. Suppose you shuffle and let
me look after my patient.
She said. "Doc. if you hurt Juan,
I'm coming back and cut off your
ears. T
Doc snapped his tongue against
the roof of his mouth. "Well, I'vei
sewed plenty of them back to
men's heads in my time. Now high
tail ont of here for a spell. A nip
of brandy in his belly and a little
lard iiii his chest is apt to make a
new man of Juan Lopez."
'W InA TknA cliA enM with lftllSL
tic brittfeness touching her voice.
I don t want Juan to stiller."
She arose from beside the couch,
coming toward Frank. As he look
ed at the clean, sharp outline of
her face he recalled Emmett s ang
er on leaving this room. There
was something unhealthy about it,
something rank. This was the kind
of outfit he bad thrown in witn.
The thought sobered him.
Jean laid her' hand lightly a
eainst his forearm, her lips soften
ling. "Doc doesn't want me around.
You and I should talk."
THEY walked through the red
brussel-carpeted hallway to tha
front entrance. Frank was consci
ous of the strange quickening of
bis pulse. He knew why be had
read character into Jean.
Tbey stepped to the veranda
where they caught the sheriff with
one foot lifted to the steps. Here
Chantry paused staring at Jean.
There was a moment of indecision,
while Chantry made up his mind
It was Jean who shook her head
slowly side-to-side. From this Frank
decided she was telling the Jaw-
man her brother wasn't inside.
"Been tied up with other mat
ters,'' he told her gently. "Just
I 1 .kn) tk. til-a
lUUitU UUt 11 V.
"Juan is going to be alt right
Noth'ng we can do, Lew, that
Georpe La Tour won't tend to."
"That's rleht," Chantry agreed
and stepped back to the walk. His
gaze snuiea 10 r rans teiung r rant
feel the weight of appraisal. It was
the second time the sheriff had
taken his measure, and Cantry was
stih not satisfied.


Wildest hour!
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Mrs. US. Navy

States Key Policy Plank:
'Paydays After Breakfast'

'Tayday will be just as soon as you finish your, breakfast,'' taid Mrs.
Senkier, the local nominee for the finals of the Mrs. U.S. Navy Contest.
, She was speaking to her six charming children.:"

, ; And she meant just what she said, fo r as soon' as the three oldest had washed,,
dried and stacked the breakfast dishes, mother sat vdown. at the dining room table,
opened her ledger, and changed each child' s white and blue chips to real hard cash.

Each of the five oldest stood In
line with their bank and made cer certain
tain certain that his share was properly
cashed. v
' You see. for each chore done in
the Senkier household a set fee is
paid in colored chips, and on pay
day when pop, Chief Storekeeper,
Charles Senkier,-assistant manag
er of the Naval Exchange at Rod Rodman,
man, Rodman, brings home the .''bacon,"
each of the "workers" lines up for
his wages. )o
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house. Here Suzanne and Tom help mom, Isabelle. clean, up
the breakfast dishes before payday.. 1

Log Raft Reported
Within 200 Miles
Of Brest, France j
HALIFAX, Aug. 18 (UP) The
30-foot log raft, L'Egare, making
a trans-Atlantic voyage with a
crew of three Frenchmen, has
been reported less than 300 miles
west, of Brest, France.
A radio signal from the raft
was relayed by a fishing trawl trawler
er trawler to the French Coast Guard.
It said "all well aboard," and
gave its position. ...
The raft should reach Its des
tination in less than a week un
less coastal currents delay it, ;
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times near the end of the month,
the five glass banks yield a real
wealth j- to mom and dad. Of
course, sha added, "wa handle
it properly and a signed IOU is
put back into tha proper bank."
After paydayr the brood "turn-'
ed-to" on the morning chores.

they helped make the beds and ti
died up the house, and then 11
was "liberty for all hands" until
lunch time.
Then, Mrs. Senkier, and attrac-
ROME,.Ang. 18 UP).
Petruccl, 43. Is a sober man of
sane habits. So when he was hit
on the head with a skull tossed
from a window yesterdav- h
called police
.Investigating- police quickly
found the culprit, the 3-year-old
son of a doctor,, who .kept 'the
skull la his library: s
SYMBOL OF HATE Stand Standing
ing Standing in Warsaw's Defiles Square,
the Palace of Culture and Sci Sci-.
. Sci-. ence Is reportedly regarded by
the Poles as a symbol of oppresj
sion. Built by the Soviets, U
can be seen from any spot in
the city. In Warsaw, they say
; that the best view In the city is
..from the palace itself it's the
only place from which the Com Com-ttuinlst
ttuinlst Com-ttuinlst structure cannot be seen.

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tive dark-ahired lads of 30. had a
aiw minutes tr talk.
"Of course, I don't have time
for much of anything but the chil children,"
dren," children," she noted quietly when ask
about hgbbies. 4,I do find a little
time to catch un on the current
reading, but actually, six children
ana a navy nusband are quite e e-nough
nough e-nough to keep anjt. one lady busy."
And, IsabeQe Senkier had a great
aeai w snow lor Her efforts.
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- "After dinner each evening" is
story time," she explained.-'
j When dad and the kids have fin finished:
ished: finished: the dishes, mother sits down
to read. A picture book of Tom
Sawyer Is the 1 curren; selection.
Then showers for the crew and
off to bed. Prayers close the day.
Here, eight-year-old Tom asked
if he might be allowed to leave
the house to play. Mrs, Senkier
polittely edcused herself and re reminded
minded reminded him that he was "restrict "restricted"
ed" "restricted" to the general area as pun punishment.
ishment. punishment. Put that he may stay
under the car port,
She explained later that she
faals It is important to answer
tha children' questions prompt prompt-ly.
ly. prompt-ly. Not only because they are
unable te understand a waiting
period at their age, but that
prompt attention keeps the air
relatively free.
Mrs. Senkier was selected to re represent
present represent the Tenth and Fifteenth
Naval Districts ai the "Mrs. U.S.
Navy, 1956" contest at Long
Beach California Sept. 15, by a
panel of Judges from the Local
Branch of the Fleet Beserye Asso Association.
ciation. Association. -.". ;
In the preliminary judging which
took place in "California last
month, Mrs. Senkier was selected
along with five .other ladies fronv
this area for the semi-final judg judging
ing judging herat s
' She was required to' submit an
say on "Why I'm Proud to be
a Navy Wife," and en the basis
f sincerity f this statement
plus consideration or outside ac activities,
tivities, activities, time married, rtsidanc rtsidanc-e
e rtsidanc-e established, and appearance,
she was chosen from hundreds
of Navy wivea to participate in
the semi-finals.
The contest, the first of its kind,
is sponsored by the FRA and the
finalist will receive a wealth of
valuable prizes,
rne primary award however, is
a whirlwind tour of 14 major U.S.
cities and Hawaii.
The contest was primarily de
signed to increase the prestige of
the career enlisted man and his
family. It is 'hot a beauty contest
but is to honor the Enlisted Man's
wife as a vital part of the career
team. Isabelle bts undoubtedly
added a great dial to her hus husband's
band's husband's career,-
Along with the afi expense paid.
tour of the U.S. and Honolulu, the
winner will receive a trophy, a'
brand-new car, a complete new
wardrobe, and watch, plus addi-'
tional prizes for second and third
place winners ana au uie nnansis.
. Second place winner for the
Caribbean area was Mrs. Gor Gor-don
don Gor-don E. Tewnsend, wife of C. E.
Townsend, -radioman ; first class
.'of San Juan,. Puerto Rice. She
and her husband would attend
the finals in California in- the
case that that Senkiers would be
unable te participate. -However,
as things now stand,
the Senkiers are ready, .wilHng,
and able to amke the trip.jWhen
asked if the air trip to the west
coast would pose any particular
problem for the Senkiers, Isabelle
noted thht the onlj probleiu would
be if the children were required
to stay behind. -'. :
."Of course then, I .would spend
my time worrying kbout therrii W
are a family and only travel well,
when we are together," she added.
Nixon Confident
Beat Democrats
v- J.,,
- Vice-President Richard M.
Nixon said todav the 1956 JOP
ticket would defeat the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Stevenson-Kefauver team
in the November elections.
Nixon made the prediction as
he left International Airport fnr
San Francl.'wo and the Republi Republican
can Republican convention.
"The'rpsnlta will be the same
as In 1952," he told newsmen.
Nixon also commented on last
'"ht's speech bv Adlal Steicn-
If venr well -riven, he
said. "I haven't had time to stu-
ay Jls poinu as yet."
Nixon yesterday said Republi Republicans
cans Republicans would exercise a "free
choice for their nresldentlal

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TWICE A MONTH the five oldest Senkier children turn In their colored chips for money
to go into their banks. They oftentimes use this money to help buy clothing. -;

i PRATER before every meal
at the. end of the table has
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