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. ""Let the people know the truth and the country i$ 'safe' Abraham-Lincoln,
"' ' 1 J! I J ? 1
PANAMA, R. P., SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 195?
' I i la'
In Chiriquii --No
' A prominent Panamanian
farmer Xrom Boqueten CWrivii,
rfrrlared -verterdaT that Chl-
- "riqui farmers lost more tnan
2,000,00ft' pounds of lbs"J
5 '.this year because they coulan t
4 find a market for the veretable.
s imnnrin A Routet "who met
. with President Ernesto de la
. Guarflia Jr. .Friday to discuss
" the problems confronting tne
-Chlrlqut farmers. said the
' nVhn 'aiifferftd thfr most
losses were tnose to ci v-"
and Cefro Pwnta, the highest re regions
gions regions of the province, with Bo Bo-.
. Bo-. iuete farmers-'also havln(r"a
goodly portion of their caboages
' thrown away because they could
jiot find buyers before they rot-
' : Routet said he was told' -that
Tnoftfiita HYir F.onomlc ' De
v win - -------
velopment XIFE) Is trying tp
. negotiate the sale of Panama-
erown cabbages to the Canal
1 lone, but little progress has
- been made so far 1
Boutet, who was -accompaniea
by Carlos E. Landau, brother
v-' rftminBTt nhlriaul farmer, auo
iri that while the re-
.. ..ui..' w
gions caDDagca "--
. .14- w- hiivnrs .' T.nn uxunuui
7"" .Af 7' h.iwinir abbases
Land Co, was- buying taDoaes
in large Quantities' lr0H
Eica, i' ,'
Vccandss For Zone
C:vs At Ltz:
hfJi h.i-i Wlft -.
' n.,.:.',.liM".Aiiii at the-U
e -i MiittAfT Academy at i west
?olnt and one;at the U.S Na-
. val Academy at Annapolis for
. i.rvianf from '- the Canai
- Zone, wUl exist lor roe a1-""':"
i r i.L. .t.rfin in Julv.1958,
It has been announced by- th
" Governor's pommnw. j
pointments to the Military A A-'cademies.
'cademies. A-'cademies. J, ; -,' :
The vacancies, .which will oc-
cur with the graduation to
jw bf Cadet Dale 8. Cockle
from West Point and Miclship Miclship-man
man Miclship-man William H. Dawson from
Annapolis, will be fUled on
nomination of Governor W.-B.
7. Potter, The governor will nom nominate
inate nominate ior appointment a' Prin Principal
cipal Principal candidate and thr.ee, a
ernates for ach..vacancy
must be boum ui
denU of the Canal Zone, or
sons of civlHan employes : .w
' the United States Government,
or the Company-Government
. residing .in the : Republic Of
Application formt and lnfor-
mrtion are available at Balboa
and Crlsotbal High Schools and
f..i 7nn. Junior College.
Students now In the Canal
-Zone schools or other nualified
candidates living on the Istn Istn-mus
mus Istn-mus should conUct the scnoQi
, officials no later than Oct. 25.
- Prospective- candidates who
t -awav from the Isthmus,
hut who are elidible for the ap
pointment because their homes
I., .tin n Ha Ta-thmus. inav
R1C DUU VII
" obtain application i blanks. from
th pnrtarv. omlmttee on
, Selections, Bo 104, Balboa
Heights, Canal Zone.
. Candidates wiU be given a
preliminary physical eaxmina-
- fion shortl afUr the Oct. 25
deadline Those who pass will
then .be interviewed by the
Committee on Selection at Bal-
1 boa Heights ; ; r -t.
Soviet Ships Visit
Main Syrian Port
t DAMASCUS. 8ept. 21 : CUP)
The Soviet cruiser Zhdanov
, and-, an escorting destroyer
- itnatnnd lntn Rvr-ia' main V4
dlterranesn port of Latakla to to-:
: to-: day on a forceful "friendship".
Press reports from Latakla, 1 the slaying that might have its
enlv 8 miles down the coast roots in the Aleeriin rtbellioa or
frorfl the Turkish frontier, said ia Communist China.
the two ships were given a j
formal welcome; j According, fo : pfllice, Leopold,
The eoveroment; Lvued no.'si. was a nil with a dramatic
Immediate official announce- past and it eaufhl op with him in
meat of Vie aquadon's arrival, la moment of ouboUeal violence
Tods Massive Retaliation By US
, WASHINGTON, Sept. 21 WP) New defenee cut -ordered by the ; Eisenhowe
administration mean the United States it going toward,' not away from, massive re re-taMation,
taMation, re-taMation, tniHtary experts eaid today. " :;T
V' Secfe'tary'of State John fostr Dories said in an aft(cl In Foreign Affairs quar quar-tely
tely quar-tely magazine jt may be possible In the futur. 'to place less reliance upon deterence,
of vast retaliatory power." ' "V ;
; jl Thig followed published reporis that thf administration' and Its military experts
Were veering 'away from reliance, on massive air-atomic retaliation-once -.stated by
Dulles 5as primary American policy-ln favor of greater emphasis on weapons and
method 'of, fighting smaller "brush-fire" wars. ,v '.
' Defense" Secretary .Charles E.
Wilson, however, announced new
military cutDacKs Tnursaay
which, taken, with other cuts
previously.! ordered, can only
mean this country Is reemphai reemphai-slzing
slzing reemphai-slzing Its primary reliance on
its air-atomic retaliatory capa capacity.
city. capacity. i,' '
; With President Elsenhower's
approval Wilson ordered anoth another
er another 100,000-man cut in the armed
forces' the second' In 'two
months i in an efort to keep
within the 38 billion dollar de
..The new. slash will brln the
combined Army, Navy, Air Forco
And Marines down to 2,600,000,
Drobabilr bV next July 1. Still
further eutS' may be In pros-
jteet net Tear.. -. t
r- Vu. M.vlmi nut half
" -"' r''i'-..
tne new reaucuon wm ran on
off another division, bringing it
down to is. The Army nas stress stressed
ed stressed Its need for more rather than
fewer ground troops to fight
possible fbrush-Ilre" wars.
-: Next,' Wilson said the Air Force
will be xut down "at least" to
123 wings from the present 133,
instead of to the' previous ;re ;re-ductlortjtarget
ductlortjtarget ;re-ductlortjtarget of 128. Another
official .said: the new figure wlU
US; Polio Cases
This Year ShW;;
Sharp Decrease. T
WASHINGTdN; ept. 21 (UP)
The U.S. Public Health Service
said todav that 90 cases of para paralytic,
lytic, paralytic, polio -were reported last
week; bringing this year's total
to 1,389. r
Comparable figures for last year
were 378 and 4,720 respectively:
Red Cross Issues
The first completely new Rod
Cross First Aid Textbook m : 12
years has Just been published,
according to miormation receiv
ed by the canal Zone Chanter
of the American Red Cross from
AW. Cant well, national direc
tor lof Red Cross Safety Servic
es. Designed primarily for use in
classes, tne. booa provides a
ready reference for use in com common
mon common emergencies arising out of
every day life, it incorporates all
the latest first aid techniques a-
dootea. since the last text, -was
published in 1945.' j
in a foreword to the volume.
Federal Civil Deiense Adminis Administrator
trator Administrator Leo: A. Hoegh urees evrv
family member to prepare for
emergencies by taking Red Cross
first aid training. ,4 ?;
"In the event of a nuclear at attack
tack attack on this country." he said,
"survival may very well depend
on what everyone opes for him himself,
self, himself, one's, family or neighbor
during the first critical hours
following such an attack." :
-The new book will be uwd as
the text for the standard fir.t
aid course, which has been
shortened from IS to 10. hours.
Call :On Interpol; Vie
GENEVA. Switzerland (UP)
Local authorities called the Inter
Pol global police force today into
the bunt for a phantom assassin
who killed Swiss mystery man
Mux el Leopold with two weird
missiles. yU'. ; J.
Tbey broadcast a detcriptib of
a -S-fopt mm seea Mir the see
Cuts I nterDreted As Move
be lower than 123.
Wilson emphasized the cuts
will ome In the Tactical Air
Command, which supports the
Army in localized cround ma
Heuvers. He said there willbe.
no cut in the bomber strength,
which Is being steadily ex
panded and mad more pow
erfuL. i t
Lili Palmer Veds
In Swiss Ceremony
K U ST SNACHT, r Swttaerland,
SeDt. 21 (UP) Actress LIU Pal
mer, former wife of Rex Har
rison," was married here today
in a civil ceremony to Argen Argentine
tine Argentine film star Carlos Thompson
The. wedding Almaxed a long
engagement a n d numerous
postponements. At -least four
previous wedding, dates had
been -set back because tne
couole'a film worjf interfered.
" Th' ceremonr took place at
the, registry, office of this small
Jakewlde : community about
four miles' from Zurich in a
strict business-like atmosphere.
-The marriage act was read
in Schwyzerdeutsih;. the local
Swiss-German dialect.. Asked
bv the- -registrar afterward
whethar they understood him,
Miss Palmer nodded her head
and said ; hesitantly it "Almost,'.'
Thompson'; also nodded and
broke Into a wide grin,
Miss J Palmer wore ; a gray
two-piece costume and was
hatless. v r
Completely New First Aid Textbook
The advanced course now Is In Increased
creased Increased from 12 hours to 16.
The 240-page volume Is liber liberally
ally liberally Illustrated with photo
graphs, drawings and colored
plates which cover the circula
tory and skeletal systems, the
musculature. Internal -organs,
poisonous snakes and poisonous
pianis... t .-The
The .-The section of the book cover
ing the standard first aid course
deals with such emergencies as
heart attacks, apoplexy, simple
fainting, epileptic convulsions,
unconsciousness and foreign;
bodies in the eye and air pas
sages. s '. .-
The advanced course covers
appendicitis, blisters, bolls and
styes, hernia and poisoning. An
atomy, physiology and special
wounds, uiciuding snake, bites,
For the first time; the .book
discusses first .Hid suggestions
for such problems as mental dis
turbances and Insulin reaction.
lb lists symptoms to help a first
alder recognize a mentally dis disturbed
turbed disturbed person.
The basic manuscript for the
Red Cross First Aid Textbook
H Li n H ri q Ki 1 1 er
Thursday in his downtown apart
ment. 1 v
. The ssailant fired a pencil
sized dart probably poisoned
and a makeshift metal "bullet
into the adventurer. The weapon
was a noiseless airgua resembling
an ordinary bicycle pump.
The zoo pound Leopold Stag
gered to bis front door and died
in bis wife's arms. Police found
the airgun hidden under a beauty
parlor doormat a floor below
Leopold s apartment. Its descrip
tion was broadcast along with
that e the S-Ioot suspect.
Swiss police never had seen a
weapon Ui a. and atj asxea
Wilson i said the Navy may
have to cut its-present fleet by
about i per cent. This will mean
laying up anotner zi or 2U war warships
ships warships in addition to the 60 al
readv slated for mothballs. Ob
servers thought it unlikely any
aircraft carriers will be among
ships laid up. ; i
Wilson "himself professed not
to i know, or unwilling to say,
what he thought Dulles was
talking about in the Foreign
Affairs article;: Asked whether
U. S. policy would continue to
place primary- reliance on air air-atomic
atomic air-atomic retaliatory power, he
"There has been no change in
our fundamental strategy since
I've been cown nere.
Fur Jackets, Zebra Stripes, Ankle-Button Trousers
Paris Decrees Brighter Plumage For Males In 1958
r akio, aept. 21 up) .-i i
Jacket and ,, my sebra-stripodt
ankle-buston trousers and step
down to Louie's or a quick
That, 1f the Trench federatipri
of master tailors has Its way. is
what the well-dressed man wilt
De saying next year,
"But, Judging from the hoots,
cat-calls. .Jeers and puffawa
greeting, thV federation's preview
yesterday .or 1958 fashions for
men, there is some doubt about
whether these styles will take
firm hold on the masculine im
Nevertheless, the federation
had further good news for men
tired or their traditionally con
servative plummage handbags
was prepared by Carr !fj Pott Pott-hoff,
hoff, Pott-hoff, M.D., MP. H.. of the Uni
versity of Nebraska College ot
Medicine, ; The administrative
medical and technical staffs of
the. Red Cross helped prepare
the edition. It was reviewed. by
the Division of Medical sciences
of the National Academy of Sci
ences-National Research Coun-
CiL r -v: -.--
Copies will be available on the
Isthmus soon through the local
Red Cross Chapter, the civil
Defense .office for training pur purposes,
poses, purposes, and for sale at the Com Commissary
missary Commissary stores.
-John H. De Ladar,. First 7 Aid
Water 1 Safety Representative
for the Caribbean Area, at pres-J
ent on the isthmus, is leaving
soon for the United States to
confer on methods of retraining
Instructors under the new pro program.
gram. program. .... .- r.-
On bis return to the Canal
Zone, classes will be organized
to qualify students and instruc
tors as .First Aid .instructors,
through the Canal zone chap chapter
ter chapter of the American Red Cross.
and through the office of the
Chief, Civil Defense..
CDf v Mysf e ry
Paris police if their International
crime library mignt provide a
clue as to its' origin.
Geneva Police Chief Charles
Knecht said the airgun fired both
the dart and the bullet. The dart
penetrated Leopold's left arm. not
very deeply, and the wound itself
could not have been fatal.
Police gave it to a toxicologist
to determine whether it- waa
tipped with poison, possibly cur
are, which, paralyzes the internal
organs. ; -"',-
The bullet, a tiny, cone shaped
metal bolt Jess than an inch lorn,
entered Leopold's chest under the
iim Ofii illlassiilis
MEJORANA QUEEN Pretty
crownan. tomorrow nicht as n.
ha , mu itm arfJiL
coronation -ceremony in the inland town of Guarare to begin i
i.B annum unree-aay MejoranaioiJCiore festival.
in. ticn, leatnerstana Jjright'lab
mtiandbaM because the
Tarn look call lor fewer pock-.
ess.'-;; .- ;-'-...-..- 'ViY; -
Fewei1 pockets "tomake the
man look slimmer in the hips.
High on the list of elegant 4
Bank Dick Turned
WASHINGTON (UP) The
Smithsonian' Institution 1 today
hnnorpfi a watchful World Bank
dick for spotting the first clapper
bird ever seen' in the nation 8
The bird dropped dead at his
Bank Dick Clyde V. Krutch Krutchfield
field Krutchfield stepped into ornithological
history lasfnieht as he headed!
for work. r
Krutchfield told the Smithson
ian he was standing on the corner
of 7th and G streets when some
thine wooshed by his head and
dropped with a thump on the
So he looked down. There lay a
big, rather shy and unenlightened
looking bird with a long beak and
huge feet. ; -
Krutchfield tried to revice It
and for a time he believed life
flickered. But bis efforts failed.
Realizing this was no run-01-the-
mill bird, Krutchfield delivered
the corpse the next day. to the
Herbert G. Diegnan, assistant
bird curator, identified the bird
as a clapper rail a type of rail
that usually ranges between New
Jersey and the West Indies, care
fully avoidmg Washington.
He said the -Smithsonian's bird
records will clearly show that the
first person to see one in Wash Washington
ington Washington was Clyde V. Krutchfield.
"The bird appears to have died
of concussion,"-.- Diegnan .said.
"Probably flew into a building."
Maybe ne ;Jost ma .- way,"
said. "He looked
Ma n Leo
left arm and settled near the
Police said Leopold lived about
20 years in China and was report reported
ed reported to have built up a fortune
there. After the Reds took over be
spent two years ia a Communist
Last January ne ana two nana
Africans, were arrested at Gen
evas Lointnn airport trying to
smugle explosives i their per
sonal luggage. :
After he was freed on pan be
told police be received several
letters threatening him with death
if he told ponce ne asew more
about tha amuulUkV
Mary .'Correa ? (ibove
runenn nt. rvi ifpinrona' ot
p Innovations were those fur
piece belts in the back and
anawt eouars, w.v yz&hhiimv
v Running a close seco.id were
gold or silver-colored silk din
ner jackets with triangular lap lap-els.
els. lap-els. Ms.- -r: I f
But the ton itemfln expected
popularity and ligh-getting
as tne preview wa ithe new
look in trousers, featuring but
tons at the ankles, fewer pock.
etsr and unmistakatflyf post-Vic
torian silhouette- about. 9 Vi
inches around the knees and
82 inches at the cuffs, if there
are any. The ankle-buttons are
so you can' get In land out of
them without surgery.
The new basic color is sup
posed to be a sort of aquamar
ine, out tne tauors also snowed
black and white striping remin
iscent of a startled zebra seen
at a distance, black and brown
wool with an outsized and ines inescapable
capable inescapable herringbone weave, and
a bluergreen shattered by inch inch-square
square inch-square gray and white checks.
..... f 11 1 1
Honor Or Idolatry!
''PIETRABIANCA. Italy, Sept.
21 (UP) The Italian enthus
iasm for a religloust fiesta led to
a feud todav between tne euu
Roman Catholic inhabitants of
this tiny hamlet and their arch
The. archbishop ordered his
flock here to stop toasting a
statue of St. Joseph in a man manner
ner manner that he said was close to
The parishioners resented roe
ruling by Msgr. Giovanni Ferro,
Archbishop of Freggio Calabria
In the toe of the Italian boot.
They felt that by carrying
their trecious statue of St. Jo
seph and toasting h!m In wine
during the annual fiesta they
were doing honor to the foster
father of Jesus. But the arch archbishop
bishop archbishop ruled their conduct was
close to laoiairy ana vuia tucu.
to change their m ays.
Polio Cases Cut
Sharply This Year j
Due To Salk Shots
wisHTNCTTN (UP) The VS.
Public Health Service ssid today
that 90 cases of paralytic polio
were reported last week, bringing
this year's total to In Incomparable
comparable Incomparable figures for last year
were 378 and 4,720 respectively.
Publie H e a,t a officials have
credited Salt polio vaccine for the
sharp reduction la the Incident
rate of the disesse.
The accumulative 1957 total for
all types of cases was placed at
4.410, compared wita 10,729 a year
c i Exiled Colonel 3
Mas Passed Up
Good Job Offers
Guided missile expert
cently court-martialled for
sidered too much about the US missile problem, has liN
tie to say about rockets and the like now he is on the
Canal Zone. $
The .former '. Redstone
looked on as being in exile
have been more guarded in
this weekend.'.:.,. -
He did acknowledge he has received offers of private
industry jobs jn missile work at higher than his colonel's
pay. But he intends to remain in the Army, and hopes to
get back on to missile work some day. l:f
Nickerson's present job is engineer facilities inspec inspector
tor inspector at the Engineer Section, US Army "bbean. He in inspects
spects inspects buildings and structures to see if repairs and main maintenance
tenance maintenance are needed, and inspects engineering work in
v He has had previous training at pis prpe ot;work.
On missile matters Nicker
son's replies went this way
Are you able at present to
keep in closer touch With mis
sile work and progress than
newspaper stories permit say
by personal : c 0 mmunlcations
with," fornier colleagues,., techni technical
cal technical magazines and -even fton-
publjemiiitary xapofta? j
' Were vou rebuked, or were
there any official tut-tuts, fori
the story published while you
were en route to tne canai zone,
stating that you had loosed -off
a runner blast at Deiense De Department
partment Department missile "bungling?"
The story reported Indianapolis
TV commentator, Frank Ed
wards as havinsr obtained your
Views from a Washington conT
tact who had spoken to you be before
fore before you sailed for here.
Do you consider that announce
ed changes In the missile pro-
eram since your court martial
have been in or contrary to the
direction you advocated ?
It improper for me to
comment on this at this time.
There have been several rre-
ports from Florida on appar apparently
ently apparently unsuccessful m 1 s s 1 le
launchlngs. Are such teething
troubles normal? ; Did tne Ger Germans
mans Germans have comparable troubles
with their Vt2s? Are there indi indications
cations indications that the Russians are
New Air Force Radar Spots
Missiles 3000 Miles Away
WASHINGTON, Sept. 21 (UP)-
The-Air Force disclosed today
that it has developed a raaar
ivstem that can detect mterconu-
nental ballistics missiles up to
3,000 miles away anogive "instan "instantaneous
taneous "instantaneous warning" of any attack.,
Gen. Thomas v.. wnue, mi
Vnr rhiet nf ittaff. said the ad
vanced radar will he put into op op-th
th op-th near future" to
help protect American cities and
White's disclosure followed con confirmation
firmation confirmation by the Defense Depart Department
ment Department last night that this country
has sent a ballistic missiie zoora-
inff thrnuvh tha skies for "thous
ands of miles." It jras the depart department's
ment's department's first admission that such
a test had taken place.
; White discussed recent develop development's
ment's development's in the weapons field in a
speech before a meeting of the
Defense Orientation Association at
the Pentagon. .
! Research Bi "Pursued"
He said the Air Force bas made
"recent break throughs ia the
computer, communications, radar
and missiles fields." He said re research
search research "is now being actively pur pursued
sued pursued in two phases" of air de defense.
k "Radars have now been de developed
veloped developed which .have detection
ranges on an intercontinental bK
littic missile out to 3.000 miles.
This system, which will provide
instantaneous warning to eur pop-i
nlatioa and military Venters is
planned for operational employ
ment la the aear future.
Cof. John C Nickcnon. re
saying what the Pentagon con
- 4 1
arsenal rocket. boss, widely
in Ft Clayton, could scarcely
his replies to a questionnaire
It It' improper for me to
comment on this at this time.
What importance do- you at attach
tach attach to Russia's i: recently-pub
lished claims, to have' fired an
l-lCBM. and td .be about' ready
to let a satellite loose?
It is- improper for ii't to
'mment on tv.is at YU tin.
VltriUiiv,' do balliitic i,,i3.j
constitute an immediate threat
to the Panama Canal?.. :
'r.It ls Improper for me to
iommenl on this at this time.
-If notj- in about how long, at
the present rates of progress.
Will this threat come about?
; it" Is Improper for me te eom- -ment
on this at this time.
Panama has informally de declined
clined declined to provide tyike. sites in
the Republic without enteriu?
into more extensive negotiations
with the U.S. Can the Canal be
effectively defended by Nike, or
any other type rocket, f ted ex exclusively
clusively exclusively within the Canal zone?
... .-. comment. '..., . :
' Some missile Information oU4
leak out. Asked .whether the
four Nickerson -.. children 1 are
skilled at. handling July ,4 rock rockets
ets rockets and other missiles. expert
overseer Nickerson xeveaisi No,
but they ar every much interest interested
ed interested in rockets.
The colonel's own off-duty In Interests
terests Interests while here: Boating-and
. White said the primary problem
new facing the Air Force is the
increasing capability of any po-
tential enemy to launch a long,
range atomic attack on U.S. cities
with ballistic missiles or. strategic ..
. "It is the threat we must deal
with first," be said. ...
"The cold facts arf-thatwe
must prevent the Reds irom ever.
seeking to use tnis capability as
an instrument in their- plana for
world domination, or if in the last
analysis we fail to do that and it .'
is employed, to make the process
so costly for them that they caa-.
not possibly succeed.' ;; ;
Retaliate Quickly r
In effect, White's; statement
meant that in the event of a mis-
sua unci uio uniiea oiaies
would retaliate quickly with its
The,iefense Department's era era-phatis
phatis era-phatis n ballistic missiles, plus
its two cent 100,000-man cuts la
military manpower, pointed tip
the fact that this country ia plac placing
ing placing increased reliance on the Dnn-
ciple.of massive retaliation as a
deterrent to any Russian attack,.
Military experts cited this de dependence
pendence dependence upon atr-atomie retalia retaliatory
tory retaliatory power ta the face of a recent
statement hy Secretary of Su:e
John Foster Dulles -that it mar
be possible in the future to "place
less reliance" upon massive re
white said there bad been tint
XCoatlaaed a paje U j
t PAGE TWO
THE SUNDAI AMERICAN
5 f , i t
t r.t 'a
Friday night's audience at the
' Teptro Naclonal was afforded a
-,. boh In content and "manner oi
v.' fhe Zlmbler slnf onietto,
cppnsored locally by the DanUl
Society with the co-operation oi
the President Elsenhower Fund
. iorttaltnrai Presentations, la to
be .cpmmended for providing
Jstfimian music lovers with the
opportunity of hearing a musi musical
cal musical organization of a type not
generally heard by the public at
large outside of the world's mu mu-eieers.
'- e-imbler Stnfonietta. or
ganized and directed by cellist
Zi&bler, consisting of six first
idlins, four second violins, inree
villas, three cellos and- one
strtng bass, presented examples
Olmulc composition in seeping
mainl with the traditions asso asso-:
: asso-: clsftedf'with the late Seven tepnth
Trie composers represented on
and Early Eighteenth centuries.
Friday's program wrote primari primarily
ly primarily or groups of this instrumen instrumentation.
tation. instrumentation. Working within this,
rahge this highly capable group
of musicians were eminently
successful In capturing the es essential
sential essential spirit of the Classical pe period
riod period of musical history.
Though the concert was di di-,
, di-, vided into distinct sections, it
di$ not follow, the generally ac accepted
cepted accepted joattern of opening with
wqt-ks of- a -more serious nature
and .ending with works of a
mere popular appefab Instead ah
overall unity prevailed -throughout.
The first group of selections
Included a symphony, by the
rarely-heard Eighteenth Centu Centu-ryjcomposer
ryjcomposer Centu-ryjcomposer William Boyce and
the frrartf familiar A minor vio vio-liil
liil vio-liil ctiiterto by Johan Sebastian
Bach.-'l'he former number being
SI. Paul's Conies)
To Come To An End
Friday, October 4
, An intensive' parish-wide e o ft-
tact haw unrlprwiv I. St. Paul's
lie form was In trth a sympho- ch h will be brought to a close
iy in miniature. conBistlng of U FviHav. Oct. a. with the last
.tiree short movements in which tallying of votes at the Sojourners'
lould be readily noted typlcallv Hall.
English themes not unlike early Candidates, and sponsoring ,or-
Morrls dances. 4- lgamzatioiis are as follows:
The reading of the latter Juan Mosley, Lastenia Worn-
work, featuring soloist George an's Auxiliary, Group No. 1. ;
Zazofsky. was noteworthy for Gladys Savage, Joaquin Stamp
its warmth and color... Particu- Altar Guild.
larly in the second movement I Leonora Jumer, Alfonso Frazet
did it seem a precurser of the Fleur.de 'Lis and G.F.S.
Romantic Derlod rather than uusa Reynolds, Ronaldo Hur-
belnw WulV reDresentatlve oi'iey ft.mgms o. at. raw.
the academic Bach, t Barbara Brown, Luis Francis
" n" liilfl and St. Vincent's
. The second group of numbers Guild. .-"-A' !IWBI
Degan witn a suite xor orcnesirai .eonor trreeniore, rranic Davis
arranged by a Ettore pinelil -i Women's Auxiliary Group No.
trom a set oi twelve sonatas rjy &
U : fcsl" SM I 1 "TT tl
Reading of Anne Mranlts Diqty
the seventeenth Centurv Italian.
Archangelo Corelli. This suite
typified the rcharm, the conci
sion, tne daintiness oi ;styie
which was ttf later become ; ihe
key note of the Eighteenth Cen
tury School. The following-work
provided an interesting contrast1
in material being a composition.
of the contemporary American
composer Aaron Copland. It 13
the feeling of these writers that
this work by Copland,,, "Quiet
City," was a particularly appro
priate choice for the only Amer American
ican American composition on the pro program,
gram, program, Inasmuch as Copland' is
the composer who perhaps best
captures the '" poignancy, the
loneliness, the majestic expans expanses
es expanses of the Ameircan spirit. This
he accomplishes largely through
his technique of orchestration,
harmonic construction and a
rich flavor reminiscent of folk
It is to be noted however, that
Voisln, featured trumpet soloist,
The closing event will be a cor
onation- ceremony and fiesta on
the evening of Oct. 18 at Solourn-
rs Hall, with music by the Carol
uraves com do. k
.Tomorrow morning, the Kniehts
of St. Paul will join in th i r
monthly corporate, communion at
the. 9 o'clock celebration of the
Tiber services will be. as re en.
Sunday qf Kol Shearith
The diary of a young Jewish girl who waj eventually
killed during Hitler's regime of terror, will come to life Sun Sun-ady,
ady, Sun-ady, Septt 29 at the Kol Shearith Temple in Panama.
A reading of a two-act adaptation of the "Diary of
Anne Frank" will be presented Sunday and the following
Tuesday nights starting at 8 p.m.'
The script was brought to the Isthmus hy Rabbi Isaac
Newman ol Cincinnati, Ohio who is a guest rabbi of the
Kol Shearith for the High Holy Days. .. ,".
ine the composer's meaning,
largely because he employed a
C trumpet and French tone, and
arl eaflyexample of the sympho-1 vibrato techniques not custom-
tial of the violin as a solo in
fell short completely in convey -H Strument was recognizable' In
aly,avpart of the truly AmerW
can approacn. wis lnterpretai
tion. however, was a unitv In it
self ; i his Intonation, his phras.
lng, and his expression had def.
initeness and integrity.
Following was a brilliant show
piece "Perpetuum Mobile" by
tne worm's greatest violin tech technician,
nician, technician, paganlni. The greatness
of paganini was Exemplified in
the seemingly effortless rendi rendition
tion rendition of the coniposltion by the
first violin section The poten-
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showy technical simplicity ra
ther than in the intricate tech techniques
niques techniques more commonly associa associated
ted associated 'with other works for solo
The Concerto in D Major for
rlute and Orchestra by Bocher
Uil which introduced the last
lection of the program was the
anly work on the program in
which a lack of balance between
soloist and orchestra could be
detected. Becauser-of a lack of
richness, full tone and clarity
on tne part of flautist. Papout
sakis several of olo : bkssages
naa a xenaency ro oe ODSCurea
by the fuller tbnesf ot the or orchestra.
chestra. orchestra. W? 'Z-f:
The closing selection, Vivaldi's
Concerto Grosso in D minor,
both, from the standpoint of
choice and Interpretation; was
admirably suited to round out
the essential spirit of the over
The i. concert was generally a
highly 'pleasing experience due
to thev, noteworthy rapport ex existing:
isting: existing: between orchestra and
audience; The program was of
saosiactory .lengtn, sumcienuy
varied, and the sinfonletta gen generously
erously generously favored an appreciative
and responsive audience with an
encore, Rossini's Rondo.
It is sincerely to be hoped that
more concerts Qf a similar nature
will be in the offing for the
many devotees of good music on
the Isthmus Victor A. Herr and
Donald E. Musselmart,
Comic Sid Caesar,
To Merge Talents
NEW YORK, Sept. 21 -(UP)
Sid Caesar and Imogene Coca.
who went phfft at a TV comedy
team three years ago, will merge
their talents in a : new weekly
ABC-TV series, it was. announced
The network said the half-hour
variety series will bow. on Sunday
night, Jan. 28. it will. run from 9
to 9:30 p.m.
Exuding confidence and togeth
erness, Caesar and Miss Coca said
they were delighted to be work working
ing working together, again. Both are cas casualties
ualties casualties of the TV ratings wars wars-Miss
Miss wars-Miss Coca lost ber "Imogene Coca
Show" in 19SS and Caesar's NBC-
TV variety hour was dumped this
'We haven't ffnt anv nartirnlar
format in mind now," said Caesar
at a news conference for which he
arrived 10 minutea late Mi ru
arrived 45 minutes late.
"We're going id experiment a
little, but you know, it's not what1
you do. it s how you do it." hei
The new .ABC-TV show, which;
has a reported production budget
oi mw.uuu to fcsu.uw, will Be spon sponsored
sored sponsored bv a cosmetics firm ( Helena
Rubinstein ). Caesar's comedy I
hour on NBC had- a hnriaot r
more than $100,000.
ABC-TV said Caesar's new spon sponsor
sor sponsor would back the show at least
until summer. Hal Janig, who
orodueed "Caesar's Hour on
NBC-TV, will produce the new
Caesar tail) he wi neirniisiifKi
with on of -thelnmbers of his
lormer TV family, comedian Carl
Keiner, to joii m new show.
Max Liebman combined their
fnrm .fori a 'TV affart v...
Show Of ShOWl" which fnMeH
Jane 5. 1954 after a five-year run. j
ine uto spin, urgeiy because i
Caesar wanted to supervise his
owa chow. The mmedias I
his "Caesar's Hour" NBC-TVt
on Mpt. Z7, i4. it was applaaded
hrtrtilv bv the rritirt hirt Ha ..!
jugs were weak for a high budget
show, particularly outside big cityi
' Miss Cora started her m k
which folded within a year. Since
that Lime, .she has confined reb
TV efforts to guest shots. j
The adaptation was prepared by
lxtweu Mcuoy; associate proiesor
of drama and speecn at tne ep ep-rew
rew ep-rew Union College. ?
The reading is being sponsored
by the Sisterhood of the. Kol Shear Shearith,.
ith,. Shearith,. according to t its president,
Mrs. Gloria Halma. It will be dir directed
ected directed by Adela Bettis, well-known
for her directorial work for the
Admission to the public Is $1,
and tickets lor either of the two
performances may be purchased
at the door. ;
Anna Frank, Frankfort flirt
was murdered in the Nazis' Btr-gen-B'Slsen
a tthe aga of IS. But Mom she
was killed, she faff a living mon monument
ument monument fon the millions f Jews
who wnre also wipd out by Hit Hitler,
ler, Hitler, -v
Her-diary, written durig the
days she and her family were hid
ing out in an office building in Hol
land has since been smuggled out
of the country, and been publish
ed. all over the world' in, many
languages; -v 'f v k
Anne's diary, turned into a Pu
litzer .Prize-winning stage play by
t ranees Goodrich and Albert Hack Hack-ett,
ett, Hack-ett, was a Broadway hit in New
York, last- season, arid has been
widely staged in Germany, where
it nas Deen sympaineucaiiy ac
' Her' father, Otto Frank, who
now lives in Switzerland, is the
on,ly survivor of the Frank family
He was located by the producers
of the play who brought him to
New York for the premiere. v
On the 12th anniversary of the
liberation of the Netherlands from
the Nazis, the Dutch government
announced that they Were convert
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rank's hiding place from the
ng the house in 'Which Anne Frank
found reiuce into a youth center
The role of Anne will h talrnn
by Anita Leonard. Richard Eisen Eisen-mann
mann Eisen-mann is narrator for the two-act
adaptation. Anne s ; parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Frank will be nortraved
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stage of the Kol Shearith Temple
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. CLOTS. INC. J don't know whether there are any on
you sordid fools who have not' got the word yet, but Ca Ca-nal
nal Ca-nal Zone Gov. 'William 'E.r Potter it going Stateside to
recruit some Hop Indiana to do their raiij dance down
here, arid improve the runoff In the Gatun 'watershed. -'
The Teeno ball you have been reading about is just
so much window dressing. Instead, of, the occasion you
have been suckered into expecting; Governor Is going to
hiutf th. Mnnt.. tha.A ln.tiiiitlnff .1 Kuraflii ohiAfa in th
rain dance. , '
Then' as the Indians head back to the reservation,
the bureau chiefs will gather weekly, to do the rani dance
atop Madden Dam. They will be allowed to accept dimes
from tourists, : '';' J f
Which brines us. whether vou. want to be brought or
not, you moronic crew to the global stature of this water
way we are all down here paddling in. ;
. One only has to study the hallowed. pages of "The
Panama American" daily to become aware of the supreme
importance of ;the' Canal to one and all.
. j ? There are' only; two features of the local scene, which
do not seem to h&ve a direct practical Rearing on the Ca Canal,
nal, Canal, -These are J Street and he Administration Building:
I am in ;a position to report a typical Stateside' con.
versation on the CanaJ:s ;)')., r 5 v i"
Vacationing Isthmian (eagerly relating all that has
transpired since last he took Stateside leave): And now
Governor -Potter has said that we mipht be pomer to have
a closed, television circuit to control traffic through the
Canal, v: -.?" .u-.
Stateside buddv if abstractedly!: Potter? Television?;
Yup I've seen him on television. Talking about that pilot
Gerald Murphy that the Trujillo fellow knocked off. Prefer
the Suljjvan show myself. v
" Isthmian: 'No. 'not Cpneressman Potter of Oregon.
Governor Potter, of the Canal.
Statesider: Potter? Canal? Ah. now I've trot It .Sen-i
ator Potter from Michiean. where thev have the Soo Ca.
nal. Poor fellow got his legs shot off In the war. What
about him? , 1
Isthmian- (Breathine hard): Not' Senator Potter
either. Governor Potter. He's up here now, but Is based
on tne uanai one. ,
Stjteider (approaching a meeting of minds) : Pot,
ter? Television Base? Oh, sure, I remember now. Saw it
on TV early in the season. A third baseman called Potter
who played for Baltimore or Washington or one of those
second division teams. -
Isthmian: No. no. The gentleman of. whom I speak
is governor of the Panama Canal Zone, and president of
the Panama Canal Company,
statesider: we don't read much up bere about What
goes on down your way, but, I certainly do remember
owing a fjitiiure oi.ma presiueni. sort 01 snorxr :
isthmian: That could be him;
Statesider: Smiles, easily? y ;
Isthmian: Exactly.'; f ',
Statesider: Sure know of the resident. Pottrh von
say? American? - iv ;r
Isthmian: It Is widely reputed thus.
Statesider: Funny, I thought the president of 'Pan
amas riame was Da la Guardia7 ;
Isthmkn. (wildly): So it is. Do' dou have .Another h.i
n. fk.Ji.kAW nl....1.1l. -L a 1
need-4t- tast. .'' -X' 4 -
Statesider: So It looks as thoue-h thfmri e'rVnitv
quiettlown your way. You certainlv do have it lunlcvvther:'
Sunshir, palms, and hula maidens, t
istnmian (moodily)! All the hula maidens have been
4. Statesider: All' of them?
Isthmian i Every one. J.-,"
,. ( Statesider: Hey, you guys must have yourself a timer
down there. What was that you saw. you had done to
them?. .. yf.; ?; 4.,.,,
...Isthmian:-Riffed ;;v ,t '.
i Statesider: That a Polynesian word for it or Indian,
or? something? : v,i. -' ;r ...-. v:
; Isthmian: That's Edward A .Doolan's word, I Imagine.
i.i. urn niui rvuun ua, give me UO0I&TU
: isthmian if I think VOL! maw hiia nil in! k
idea of how things jire:. down on :the Canal? 5 :
f Statesider: You mean- ihi m mi w .It m.
riffing? ;.-s--. ;:; .'.11: .
, Isthmian: Well, I guess they pay Doolan.' But they
dont pay the rest of us; Quite the revr.
y' Statesider: Man, than '.y
isthmian:: Look, riffing means reduction in force.
Statesider: Doesn't surnrisa m hit Wi'r. a 11 .r.t.
tlMW mIJah I . I A .a ..a a m .
wmor, nnq wnax wren we neat and everything. ; r
. ""n. about..- 44 armed forces civilians got
riffed last week u.: V: : A,.
Statesider: Zowie. : ; ''f- :,; "y- f.
isthmian (feelme that the messasre of the Isthmus It
not getting across; as clearly as it might) I guess you
haven't been told that they're mighty worried down there thereby
by thereby the increasing number of clear cut transits.
Statesider: Same problem all over. They're havinff '.
trouble with the Rapid Transit up in Washington, too.
aometning aoout that financier fellow Wolffson, and
whether he milked the comoanv or not. Anyone milking
the Canal Company? ,. y. ,T;r--...';--
Isthmian (essaying a wan funny): Well, there are
a couple of cowhands over at Mindi...
Statesider: I sure am glad to hear everything s fine
down at the DitcN Teddv Roosevelt did a tremendous job.
What do you tnmk of this Confidential trial? -
Isthmian: I haven t seen too much about it. Wo ve
been more interested lately in certain, single wage scale
proposals which are before. Congress, '-, ",r
Statesider: Single Wage- -scale eh? Grand ides All
Teddy Roosevelt's ideas were grand. This Teamster oper
ator Hoffa s been getting a heap of news play these days.
isthmian: I haven t been lollowmg the matter closely.
You know how it is, with all the developments down there
since st we talked about the Zone. They're giving the
Hotel Washington back to Panama, you know, -and a Jot
of other land as well. y 1
Statesider: Just imagine that. The Hotel Washing
ton, huh. I guess Balboa will never be the same without
it. Hev. ain't these Yankees somethinr. but'Williams will
jbsat Mantle out of the batting championship.
Isthmuin: Really, I haven t had much time to devote
to those statistics. Rather have we been concerned by the
statistics of the accumulated runoff into Madden and Cai
tun Lakes only 482,231 acre-feet for August.
, Statesider: You're kidding? Teddy Roosevelt would
have run them off a whole- lot faster .than that, by Cod.
Say, do you know thei mayor of our town here is trying
to hike the' sale tax on pipe cletners. It's a big issue. Big.
PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT this "week -is the
- 82.65 . .
feet above sea-level thirsty Catun Lake was when
last I looked. -v
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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 82, 1957
t "lTf11 i'r I
RE-F.NLISTING FOB SIX YEARSSergeknt Itet Class Jack
M. BuUer, center. B Company, 20th infantry u iBtom in for
nnnthpt six vear tour of duty by Col, Robert W Garrett, right,
S2SWSg SS?S they20?h in the latfer's officer at Fort
JCobbe on Friday the 13th. 8gt Butler chose that date be because
cause because the? number 13 has figured PtytoJ&- J
left is SFC Butler's brother, M8gtNevel I Butler first ser ser-ffPant
ffPant ser-ffPant of a comnany. UB. Army fhoio
Federal ?Sqil Book' Tells How
To Manage Sand Dunes, Lawns
WASHINGTON Sept.' 21 (UP)'-
The Agriculture ueparimem -j.
ui;-koii iti annual vear-
hot UUUUOIIW w
vA i nnernvri head
ed for succes even before it went
to press. , a
Tbe "soil" publication is tradi traditionally
tionally traditionally the department's best sel seller:
ler: seller: By law, 230,850 copies must
be printed for members of Con Congress
gress Congress who distribute them to eag eager
er eager constituents.
t Other annual '- yearbooks deal
with such subjects -as trees, in insects,
sects, insects, animal diseases. The year yearbooks
books yearbooks are the most popular of
congressional prerogatives, t :
Demand for the books is so
great, especially among lawmak lawmakers
ers lawmakers from rural, aras that, some
have been known to trade allot allotments
ments allotments of Army Navy football
game tickets for tickets for extra
tni cets 5S0 cooies and
440 are.alloted to each represen-'i
tatiwe under tne ; congressiouai
, The Agriculture Department
which prepares the book but gets
no. free copies buys 10,000 for
its employes and libraries; ..
Ordinary citizens, if they can
get a free copy from a congress congressman
man congressman or senator, can buy one from
the superintendent of documents,
Government1 Printing 'Office, 'here,
for $2.25 v,
at that price, said Alfred Steffer'
ua, eaitor .01 an iuui yeniuuuii.
. Tka hantr nn manaeine SOU
In "gardens 'and lawn and forenM
themselves make a fine garden
ing 'book Worth .OO to $5.00" Stef Stef-ferud
ferud Stef-ferud said.' :
The book's 88 chapters, written
hw 142 federal and college scien
tists: are crammed with the latest
information on soil care, ; fertili
zers, drainage and irrigation, and
soil management for the growth
of crops; trees, and garden-plants.
One section deals with soil man management
agement management and needs in each of 16
regions across the country,
v Thr it even a chapter of de detailed
tailed detailed instructions for stabilizing
send dunes in. costal areas and
long tha Great Lakes. 4
The 1957 book, Stefferud said, is
a- revision- of the 1938 yearbook
"Soils and Men" which is now
out of Drint..
Stefferud recently began prelimi
nary editing of the 1958 yearbook:,
which will deal with problems of
land use and ownership.
Six weeks ago. the editor and
other Agriculture Department of officials
ficials officials began to outline the 1959
yearbook, 'which will deal with
food and human nutrition.
A preface to the yearbook pub
lished today quotes a warning
from the 1938 yearbook:
h'The1; social lesson of soil
. waste is that no man hat the
right to destroy soil, even if he
does "own it in foe simple. The
soil requires1 a duty of man
J.which we have been slow to re-,
StpffariM added tn thA--Tr.face
that the 1957 yearbook was publish'
that warning has been heeded
and at times to repeat u ana to
describe the knowledge about soils
Umt scientists and -farmers'1 have
since gained."1 )
Thinking Of Motoring 4500 Miles to Moscow?
Hopeful Signs Seen Of Easing
Tight Mortgage Money Market
WASHINGTON, Sept. 21 (UP)
There were signs this week that
could be interpreted as meaning
the tight mortgage money market
may ease. t
But the persons who should
know are gloomy -about the pros pros-nu.ii
nu.ii pros-nu.ii far tha nt few months.
The majof potentially bright in
dicators announced cy tne goveru goveru-ment
ment goveru-ment are:
A report by the. Labor- Depart Department
ment Department that August private housing
starts, seasonally adjusted, edged
over an annual rate of one million
uniti for the first time this year.
i An announcement by tbe Com-f
merce Department that punned
business spending pn., plant and
equipment would hold steady dur during
ing during the third and fourth quarters
i at an annual rate of about 37 bil billion
lion billion dollars."
For the, residential construc construction
tion construction Industry', which has boon,
having a eomparatiwiy bad"
-: year, the report for August was
good news. '. ?'. -
But officials of the. National As Association
sociation Association of Home Builders warn warned
ed warned not to make too much of it. They
pointed out that the annual rate
based on private housing starts
throughout the first eight months
of the year still falls short of the
magic level of a million.
; The total of 700,100 public and
private starts fhom January to
Sept, l was the lowest for the pe period
riod period since 1949 and fell 1 per cent
below the comparable 1956 figure,
Of the combine dtotal, 865,600
were -private" units. This suggests
a year-end figure of 970,000 umts umts-not
not umts-not critically low, the NAHB says,
but not comparable to the million-
plus performance of recent years.
h rmantal airfa anma Ah.
V. 111. A. U 1 UL. U U .. W V J
servers suggested the leveling off
of investment spending could
mean a mild relaxation of pres pressure
sure pressure on the demand side of the
loanable funds market.'
, In additinn. it waa aaid. with tha
nation's personal income growing
there might be help on the supply
siae in xne iprm ot more savings.
But no on a rnntartd in tha
housing and mortgage fields would
say mortgage money was about to
ucvuuif caster iv una.
Tntd thav nnintad tn iua
nrd hi ah infarant rataa n. QT.
Treasury bills and federal natio
nal mortgage association securi securities.
ties. securities. v .Y 'l v
, An NAHB official said the
money market oatlook was "un "uniform
iform "uniform ly dismal."
An FNMA annkaimin arhnail th.
same prophecy. v.
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duce induce foreign motorists to spend
their holidays touring in. the So
viet, few drivers will have either
the -available time or tne neces
sary unances to contemplate : a
This is the main conclusion I
have reached on ray recent re
turn to Britain after prioneering
for the Royal Automobile Club
the newly-opened Russian i High
With an K.A.C. colleague
was the first motorist from Brit
ain to drive from London to Mos
cow and back since the easing of
tne restrictions. f -
It was a trip that I do ; net
think any party puraly on plea plea-pleasurw
pleasurw plea-pleasurw bent would cam
to undertake in loss than a min minimum
imum minimum of at least -a month, be because
cause because of the vast distances that
must bo covoroo'.
The cost for a tour of this -du
ration would, at a conservative es
timate, amount to about 250
pounds for the driver including
the petrol and oil that must be
purchased and about 180 pounds
for each passenger.-
POINTS TO REMEMBER.
These sums cover, of course.1
the charge of more than 75 pounds
a head for meals, accommodation
and the services of an interpreter-guide
during the time one is
actually in Soviet territory.
This amount has to be paid t in
advance: to a local travel agency
accredited to mtourist, tne kus kus-sian
sian kus-sian touring organization, before
embarking on the trip.
Even if these initial snags of
time and cost can be overcome,
there are many other obstacles on
the long road to Moscow that
prospective tourists should bear
carefully in mind. fy
The first is the remoteness of
the Russian capital from the rest
of Europe by road.
In travelling from London to
Moscow and back I covered al almost
most almost 4500 miles; about half of
which was taken up pumly in
getting to and from the Russian
One must be prepared to tra travel
vel travel long distances daily.
Indeed, the time spend on the
road far outweighs the few hours instructed streets are apt to
one can afford to devote merely
to sightseeing. . 1
-w. this reason, -a journey to
Moscow is essentially a holiday
that will really -appeal v only to
those who derive their chief plea
sure in motoring as a relaxation
A itself, i-.vtm
I Moreover, the road to the Rus Rus-Vsian
Vsian Rus-Vsian border is f ot without Its
Hazards. In both. East Germany
and Poland there are. In many
places, viciously uneven cobble
stone strips that mgst bo tra traversed
versed traversed to roach Brest Litovsk,
the only entry point to the So Soviet
viet Soviet available so far for United
Kingdom motorists. ;
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' Inside Russia: the highway from
the border to- Moscow is a 40 ft.
wide ribbon of asphalt that stretch
es in an almost ruler straight
line from horizon to horizon. Fop
distances of almost 100 miles it
has scarcely a bend on a curve.
Superficially, it looks like a driv
er's delight. Very quickiy one dis-
coveres serious limitations
Far from flawless, the surface
unuuiaies in rippies. proaucine a
sort of a switch-back elfect that
can be very trying and tirina
both to car and "occupants. Else
where, pot-holes bounce one about
merrily whilst the "join- of everv
bridge with the road is marked
by a definite ridge or ramp which
must, be negotiated with particu
lar 'care if one has any consider
ation for either springs or com
fort. -. v
. Petrol stations are few and far
between, so it is vital to carry
spare cans for reserve supplies.
Garages are practically non-ex
istent outside large towns, and, in
consequence, it is. advisable to
have an extensive tool kit and to
make sure that you are carrying
as many small spare parts as pos
, In the event of a breakdown
oho must rely almost complete completely
ly completely on one's' own resources and
abilities, so those- precautions
are not merely sensible but, in indeed,
deed, indeed, essential.
In the cities of Minsk and Smo
lensk, where one makes overnight
halts at the local Intourist hotel
on the way to and from Moscow,
road conditions, vary widely.
There, the smooth, newly eon-
abruptly in dirt racks,
A. low-slung car would be a a
grave, disadvantage in surmount surmounting
ing surmounting such boulder-strewn routes, es especially
pecially especially where man-hole covers
protrude high above ground; lev level,
el, level, an extra; hazard that, v always
seemed, to be ... confronting' one.
Opinion regarding the hotel ac accommodation
commodation accommodation povided by Intouhist
naturally depends on one's person personal
al personal standards and. tastes.
I found them clean, though the
furnishings) were distinctly "utili "utility"
ty" "utility" to Western eyes.
The toilet facilities were distinct
ly1 primitive,, whilst the absence--
outside Moscowof any hot water
made shaving and bathing a stern
and spartan experience.
Meals were generous' in size,
but Somewhat dull and monoto monotonous
nous monotonous to-the palate, f
In. my view, It would bo utter
folly to embark on such e trip
in an old car that' has toon its
bett days. The risks of break,
down are too, groat.
Indeed, it would be uncomfort uncomfortable
able uncomfortable In the extreme to make the
ioumey in any vehicle under,
say, 14 horsepower, (nf a good
condition.. ;. l ,w"
Apart from all these onnxida'ra.
tions, however, the chief factor in
determining the extent of car
touring in the Soviet remains' the
aiincuity of obtaining insurance
cover for the vehicle, as Russia
is not a member of the general
European "pool" which 'has reci reciprocal
procal reciprocal agreements in such matters.
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v SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER;
I and Oth
THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
Southern Governors To Discuss
Racial Issue At Georgia Caucus
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Ittuttm 9:00 mnJ 10 a.m. tnlf.
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KMISS SANDRA JEAN SCHLAFKE whose, engagement to En En-Ssign
Ssign En-Ssign David W. Mc Ilhenny USNR is announcetl. David is the
nson of Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Mcllhenny of Diablo Heights.
j.S. AMBASSADOR AND MRS. HENDERSON
The AmbassuiOr of the United States of America and
Mm YMlian K Uailiifftnn viva n riinnAi af fhpir rpviilftnrft
, xilis. aHiiaii Mr um '"ft B " v v - - -
J tat La Cresta last night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. S. Scollny
Fall Classes Begin October 1st.
at the Balboa YMCA
Ballet (the foundation for every field of dance)
Tap Toe Limbering A. Body Placement
Women's classes and "Tumbling for "Little Guys."
For further Information Phone Balboa 1751
Sotino will carry you smoothly
thru the ironing hour
Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Schlaf-
ke of Appleton, Wisconsin, have
announced the engagement of their
daughter, Sandra Jean, to Ensign
David W. Mcllhenny. USNR, son
of Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Mcllhenny
of Diablo Hieghts.
Miss Schlafke is a junior at
Rice Institute in Houston, Texas.
Mr. Mcllhenny, who was grad graduated
uated graduated from Rice in June with a
degree in Chemical Engineering, is
on active duty with the Navy 'for
a three year period. He is at the
Navy Postgraduate School in Mon Monterey,
terey, Monterey, Caliiornia.
No date has been set for the
100 Laduii AH.nd
For Mrs. Killllio
Frnm thl-pp tn fiva nVlnr-lr nil
Thursday, the Fort Clayton Offi.
cers wives chid entertained at
a tea hnnnnne Mrs Walter Villi.
lae. Jr. wife of C.nl Walter Villi.
lae Jr. the new Post Commander
oi jort Clayton.
Approximately inn laHi aHar,A
ed. wives nf ntfi
or stationed at thi Pnct nf tnr
Clayton. The guests were greet-
cu ai me aoor Dy Mrs. J. C. wil-
rcisou ana were received by Mrs.
Mrs. Walter Killilae Jr., guest of
Vr 't. vvaner Killilae Sr.,
nooen m. Montague, Mrs
Thomas W. Harrold, Mrs. Louis V.
Hightower and Mrs. j. R. w.itnn
Coffee and punch together with
tpa. xanriwirhpi nptif-lmtra nnrl
T ----- . ,. v u f V V ..111
mints wer served from a table
decorated in sea foam skirts em embellished
bellished embellished with white net caught
UD With coral vine Tho eonfor.
piece was an arrangement of fan
corai, pmK sneus lined with or orchids
chids orchids and pink candles.
Hibiscus blooms and coral vines
decorated the pillars, giving the
club a festive air.
Members of the committee in
charge of the te also served as
hostesses. They were Mrs, A. G.
Kihlgren, chairman, and Misi
Kihlgren, chairman, and Mesdms.
William Rainey, M. F. Moucha,
H. E. Stahlman, J. B. White, J.
H. Boyd and D. M. Ramsey Jr.
Presiding at the table at differ different
ent different intervals during the afternoon
were Mesdames R. L. Hill L. F.
Wilson, P. H. Laming, F. J. Pate,
E. W. Gruhhs, R. A. Jones T. J.
Tiedeken, J. R. Walton, G. D. Bat Bat-cheldor,
cheldor, Bat-cheldor, G. Heck, B. E. Adams,
M. H. Turner, C. A. Beall, X- C.
Wflkerson, C. W. Carter Jr. ,land
D. F. Rogers. ;
The guests of honor and ladies
In the receiving line were present presented
ed presented with orchid corsages by the
ATLANTA, Sept. 21 (UP)
Southern, governors, with Arkan Arkansas'
sas' Arkansas' Orval Faubus slated rto join
them, converged on Georgia tot
night for momentous talks on the
Some of their state Democratic
chairmen already had taken, the
bull bv the horus and were talking
of a south wide move to oust Na
tional Dartv Chairman Paul But
ler because of his censure of Fau-
hus and- strong civil rights stand.
But at the executive level, tne
governors were holding their fire
until they get together over tne
weekend, first in Atlanta tor the
dedication of a new regional eau
cation building tomorrow.
On Sunday, governors from a
dozen Dixie or border states will
gather at Sea Island, Ga., a luxu
ry retreat on tne little port oi
Brunswick, lor tne annual oouin
em governors conference.
. JNot one Hern ot segregation or
integration appears on the ad advance
vance advance program. Faubus, for in,
stance, is due to preside at a dis
cussion of industrial development
in the region.
' But recent events in Arkansas,
leading to Faubus' showdown with
the V. S. courts and to a lesser
extent with the President himself
over integration of a Little Rock
high school, are certain to be
aired bv the governors privately
or publicly or both. The situation
in Arkansas aflects the entire
Gov. Marvin Griffin of Georgia
announced today that Faubus' of
fice had notified him the Arkansas
governor would attend the con conference.
ference. conference. There had been doubt
that he would be able to do so
with the Little Rock crisis still
Gritlin and Gov. George Bell
Timmerman Jr., of South Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, -were the two governors who
praised Faubus' stand without reservation.
Signilieantly, the angriest re
sentment to national Democratic
chairman Butler came from Geor
gia and South Carolina.
Neville Bennett, South Carolina
state chairman, first voiced the
idea last night that the South
should strve for Butleri's replace
ment by marshaling its strength
in the party.
I am 100 per cent with Mr.
Bennett," said John Sammons
Bell, chairman of the Georgia
Democratic committee. "I will
meet with-Mr. Bennett anv time
any place. He and I see eye to
eye on chairman raui Butler."
.Bennett said ne would can a
meeting of southern Democratic
charmen to organize the Dartv in
the South so that its leaders canf"
better 6 represent the Jsouth" on
all national matters.
1 Bennett' said Butler Is no loneer
due the cooperation of anv of the
Southern states and "the consen consensus
sus consensus of delegates" at. a recent par
ty meeting m itaieign w. c, is
that the national party "needs a
Deep South Democratic leaders
such as Bennett were, angry over
Butler's endorsement .' of t h e
Democratic National Advisory
Council's statements on the
Eisenhower Faubus meeting.
The council censured both Gov.
Orval Faubus of Arkansas and the
President for failing to take
stronger action to; enforce court court-ordered
ordered court-ordered integration of a Little
Rock high i school.
Butler said at Raleigh he not
only approved the' council' artimi
but would not be deterred in the
national Dartv's stand nn elvii
,xights by any threat of a thirctl
party bolt in the South. v
Roy Mayhall. Alabama uartv
chairman, said Bennett had SDoken
to him about a meeting, cossiblv
in Atlanta within 30 to 60 days,
ana i win De giaa to attend."
"I am not satisfied with the
stand Butler has taken,!' Mayhall
said.-"As you know, we are very
strong for segregation. We don't
think his position is justified."
James M. Milhgan of Orlando,
Florida's Democratic chairman,
called Bennett's proposed meeting
"very beneiicial for the South and
the party" although he personally
had no quarrel with. Butler. He
called the chairman an "em
ploye" of the advisory -committee.
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. l,M,lllllmm i mi "oniiiMi irir i i "nVniiiMiiff txxm. it.i'fiMi JLI1
MRS. DANIEL febtf .MC CARTHY-the former Miss Antoinette'buft 6f Balboa, )a shown ,ia?
her weddine cown. The ceremony took, place at st, Marys cnurcn, sept. iu. j ... f
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Wil Williams
liams Williams of Balboa announce the en engagement
gagement engagement of their daughter Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Kathleen to Mr. Charles
A. McGfade, ion of Mrs. Kather Kather-ine
ine Kather-ine McGlade of Balboa and the
late Mr. Aver O. Glade.
The wedding date will be an announced
nounced announced later.
Gives Slumber Party
Miss Layne Taylor, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Taylor of
Balboa, entertained 22 of her
friends at a slumber party at her
home on Friday night.
The party was held to celebrate
the beginning of the school year.
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(Continued rrom rage S)
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-Sized Fireplug; Yet-
Bama Pets Have Luxury Motel
BIRMINGHAM, "Ala., Sept. 21 -(UP)
The California couple step
ped wearily out of them car in
front Of the new, ihddern 'motel
on a highway ., about six miles
smith ot HipminahAVhi
"bo you have meals" with your
rooms? 1 they- asked.
"Yes,'! was the answer.,,
"Hnw jnuch. are thev,?'.'.
".Well. rit. all depends, on the size
.of th log,"varoe -theeply.
, -liqtil .wen, t h e autornians
in front of the "Motel r P.ets,"
a deluxe establishment,,, catering
to dogs and cats.
Such comforts as air-conditioned
and heated k,enels, ,a hair dryer,
.tiled baths, afu0, size fireplug,
and Ihe, like a'e on hand to ease,
the mind of the .most, pampered
pet while master takes a vaca vacation..
tion.. vacation.. : ,
The idea, parae to Dr. Jack A.
Baker, a, veterinarian, in subur suburban
ban suburban flomewood,, about five years
ago and the.. ''motel" ppened ofr
business lflst, October,
"They, have, them for humans,"
he ,said, .','why not fop pets? They
nged a place where, they can get
personal, attention, so .they won't
get homesick,",. ,a -s. v
From ,thp. highway)' you have to
look, close to, determine that the
doors and windows along' the two
wings, are smaller thaif normal.
Rover gets the full VIP treat.
meirt- from" the moment he Is tak taken
en taken into the' early American pan paneled
eled paneled "reception" room in the cen center
ter center of the 400-foot Jong1 "motel,"
On being checked in, his name,
age, sex,,J breed? weight; "diet,5 etc.',
are all noted dewn. Then1 he is
placed in one of the more "thn
Short nosed dogs who suffer
jnore'from the -heat' ad other
Hsli9ta VirsoHs a Inn If WITH rata
Irate air-conditioned, ijledi kernels
enclosed by wrotighfvoft jrm-
i For the hardier breeds, Jhere
are 22-sauare foot kennels : with
open, escape-proof and lire-proof
runs 25 feet in lengti..An exercise,
yard with a -fireplug strategically
located stretches across the back.
If the mutt likes his eggs over
medium, his steak rare or his
chiecken broiled, there's a diet
kitchen for those! canines and fe
lines oi discriminating taste,
you know, any., time you
-change a dog or cat's diet, you're!
going -to have trouble," Baker
said. "We figure if is just ea easy
sy easy and cheap to give them what
they are accustomed, to." f
The novel establishment has
drawn "InAner" frnm all over
Alabama as weft ss from sur
rounding states.' Through the sum summer
mer summer vacation period, boarding is
QlL means TOP ENTERTAINMENT!.
DOLORES and her TRIO
Jn the CLUB 4:30
-Frl Sat. Si Sun. with
fJROINIE b KELLY. Updanceis
-.who won last Wednesday's
Variety Night Bhow.
4 t 4
and his trio playinf for
the SUNDAY BRUNCH DANCF
Also plays once weekly with his
Conjunto on "Lucho Night"
THE BARON, popular caiyjs
singer Don Bryant, on weetund
plus surprise acts in the informal
Balooa Bar. Alo is
M.C. on Wed. Variety Show.
LOPEZ the MAGICIAN
entertaining all ages at the popular
SUNDAY BRUNCH DANCE from
' 11 :M in. in the Balbus Room.
playing in the Bella Vista
Singer Betty Williamson.
enjoy yourself it's
cheaper than you think
.BED DOG REPORT V
- CHIGAGO (UP) Two Vis Visiting
iting Visiting Russians enjoy aristocratic
breakfasts 'tnat would cause
raised eyes and hanging tongues
in the Kremlin. Baron and La Lady
dy Lady Wolfschmidt a pair of Rus Russian
sian Russian wolfhounds on a goodwill
tour for a vodka cpmpany stark
off the day with, six egg .yolks,,
buStered toast and milk.
by reservation ohiy.
Another specialty to the house
is the letter irom-to vef to his
master which might run something
like this: ,.
"The food is wonderfuL There's'
a cute little blonde cocker next
door. I'm-having ;a great tinfe If
heaven is like this,-1 should live
so long." IjIjl'
One 'woman who boarded her
pet ssid it was the first time she
had not heard from her son but
she received, a letter from her
Baker has some future plans
which include more air-condition
ed,tinits,.a pet cemetery,;! and t
swirilmlhg ool 'with-jniuniature-diving
board and slide, .-
He feels that if Rover-it man'
best friend, why. not treat him
1: LET GEORGE DQ JT ,3
Mrs. Gloria Speropoulos of Ber Ber-genfleld
genfleld Ber-genfleld sued for divorce today
charging her. husband with cru cruelty.,!
elty.,! cruelty.,! Mrs. Speropoulos said in
the suit that the cruelty started
last year when her : husband
George took a male friend along
on their honeymoon.
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P.O. Bex 1H Paaami. R.P.
KOL SHEARITH ISRAEL
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Will hold. Us. regular rneeting on Sept. 2 At V p.m p.m-Ra'jbi
Ra'jbi p.m-Ra'jbi Newman will give a talk on Mr. Krnschvev
and the Jews.
UNITED, FRUIT COMPANY
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New Orleins Service
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Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
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New York Seh-fce u
3VS0W ...1. .V
...i. :.. sept, u
Weekly wutints of twelve, passenjer ships to New
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SPaXLIX MCNDD?VaSSEIG PARIS fEOll
' CRISTOBAL AXDOsi BALBOA ,
Te Kew Yetk aftetr .i1.kr:S24IJi
Te Lm Anrelw and.San Pnarise aad
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SUNDAY, 22, 1317,
TOE RITNDAY AMFRICAN
So civ t a nd 0t(i ej
AfeCarthy.Duff ' '",
Weddlni ' .-
Mls F. Antoinette DlrfL daUgn
fcr of Mr. Jimmy Hicks d the
late Mrs. Eugenia' Frey end niece
nt Mn VlrWmlP A. Duff Of B1-
bot became the bride or uamei
kov Mciartny at at. m t
Church.- Balboa, aept.'iu.
Th hriHa wnrft A bouffant fiOWll
of .white nylon eyelct-emhroidered
organza. Her tiara of white lace
trimmed .with tiny seed pearls
held a finger-tip veil fche cameo.
a nosegay qi garaemaa vavf
The bride was fiiven in .mar
ri'age by her .grandfather J. B.
Fn1inwin t.h weddintf a recep
tion wa held at thi home of the
Mr.' and' Mrs. McCarthy -will
make their home in Chicopee rails
Miss. V -T-ii"1
BafilrnL Fed 'Jt ', '.-
On Return Fram Stales'
Mr. and Mrs. wiiuam n. Alien
f the Fifteenth' Naval District
ftave a dinner oartV on Friday
niffht In welnome Mr. and Mrs
Gordon V. Balbirme who returned
that day from a short visit to
the Stales,-where they had gone
to enter their son m Fnncipia
School at St. Louis, Mo. -
Guests who attended were Mr.
and Mrs. .Walter Pearson, Mr
and Mrs. Paul Le Gros, Mr A and
Mhs. Robert Hurrsch. Mr. and
Mrs. Roger' Williams, Mr, and
Mrs. Leslie German,-Mary Edith
jjaiDirnie and jlwinKies Alien.
Returns Te College ; r
Michael wukin. son of Kabbi
and Mrs. Nathan"' Wilkin of Bal-
bosr. has returned to the United
States to continue his studies at
Washington and Jefferson" Col
lege, -Washington, Pennsylvania,
Baby Shower' "."..';- W
Fer Mrs. Parks
Mrs. Charles A. Parks was
guest of honor at a baby shower
given Saturday.' Sent. H at the
horn of Mrs. David I.. Kelleher of
( Guests included Mrs.- I. J. Do-
lan, Mrs. Alfred R. Graham,
Mrs. J. B. Clemmons. Sr.. Mini
Patricia Kelleher, Miss Wilma Hi
dalgo. Mrs. Walter C. Watts,
Mrs. J., J. (Belcourt, Mrs. Maurice
S. Kellerher, Mr! Maurice I. Kel-
uoer, Mrs, Bernard Kennher.
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f t'1 4''. '
Mrs, William Sullivan, Mrs. Hugh
Thomas Jr., Mrs. George Mullins
Sr., Mrs. George Mullins Jr. and
Mrs. J. Hunt.
Surprifti Night ;
The USO-JWB Armed Forces
Service Center has planned a sur surprise
prise surprise for tonight's etnertainment.
All military personnel and their
dependents are invited. -. -f
Jobs Hopkins Msn
Th:n!is He's Found
BALTIMORE, M., Siept. 21
(UP) A Johns Hopkins scien
tist has reported that he hat dev developed
eloped developed th first successful vaccine
against : a virus causing common
colds. - -"
. The virus caused 30 per cent of
the common .colds that came to
the attention of the developer, Dr.
Winston H. Price, in investigations
made over a two-year period, he
said. Price, director of the division
of medical technology at the Johns
Hopkins School of Hygiene aad
Public Health, reported that in
controlled tests on more than 400
persons the vaccine prevented
colds caused by the "JH'v (named
after Jbhns Hopkins) virus in 80
per cenf of the- cases,.
An Ainkown number of viruses
are responsible for the common
cold and it is not expected that
Price's vaccine: will work against
all of them.i c
However, the vaccine is the first
break-through against the com common
mon common cold and 'opens the possibili possibility
ty possibility of producing other, cold vac vaccines,
cines, vaccines, t o,
The He w vaccine developed by
Price it made -from the killed JH
virus and wa reported to have
produced no-.' symptoms, discom
forts or other effects in the per?
sons who received it in the tests.l
Tests of the vaccine were con conducted
ducted conducted with boys t in training
schools which cooperated in the
studies during an epidemic which
- Pric reported that in one srouD
of 100 bovs. 50 were iniected with
the vaccine, 25 received a saline
solution producing no effects what whatsoever,
soever, whatsoever, and 25. were given a pre preparation
paration preparation from- monkey kidney tis tissue.'
sue.' tissue.' Monkey kidney tissue is the
medium in which the vaccine is
Price reported that 5 Vi weeks
later an outbreak of tne cold caus-
. M 1 WtV 1 .. V,
a dj me jn virus occurrea. Ele Eleven
ven Eleven boys of the 25 who received
the saline caught colds, Twelve
of the 2$ who. received monkey
kidney tissue caught colds. But
only, tnree or the so whq had re received
ceived received the vaccina' showed, aymo-
r-.y,K ;v? AXujE Nil' I V 11
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Mfi. Nii H. Trent -v 7
Will Review "CibiMiIm"
Fer College Club
The College Club Book Review
group will meet at' the home of
Mrs. Willard Seymour, Quarters 7
at Ft. Amador on Thursday at
8:30 a,nu "r
Mrs. George T. Darnell will be
coJiostess.' ' 1 1 ;
The book "ComDulsion,, will be
reviewed by Mrs. Neil H. Trent.
fCompulsion," written by Mey Meyer
er Meyer Lorin, is based on. the thrill-kUling-
-by f Leopold and Loeb 'in
Wenvan's Auxiliary '
0 Mrf arlta' i.s
The Women's Auxiliary of the
Margarita Union Church will hold
its tegular monthly- meeting on
Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m; in tne 're
-i! 1.-11 t T.l n .lL 1
vepuun iiau, mis, ovon rui;vi,
who presides, is happy to an
nounce a most interesting ,- pro
gram featuring a book report by
Mrs. E. W. McClellan and devo
tions to be given by Mrs. Carl
Newhard. The hostesses are Mrs.
Harold Tinmn and Mrs. Leonard
Long. AIL women who are inter interested
ested interested are welcome.
AhaV Guild '
Will Mmit Tuesday
The Altar Guild of the Cathedral
of St. Luke will hold its rerular
meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 24, at
7:30 p.m. in tne tiuud Hoom of
the Cathedral After the buninesi
meeting Dean Peterson will have
The Board of Director of th
Inter-American Women's Club
met on Wednesday morning at
the Tivoli Guest House, Following
the meeting, a coffee arranged
by the Hospitality Committee, was
held in the Fern Room tot new
comers to tne ciuo.
Plans have been made for' the
annual tour to the Presidencia and
National Museum which will tt
place -this year oa Tuesday, Sept.
e. waving me iivou at i.iQ a.m.
Members may brine lutiti.
Those planning to go are asked to
notity tne ciuo Secretary by Mon Monday,
day, Monday, Sept, 23, at Balboa 2-3465.
U.S. Oil Importers
Expccbd To Comply
Vilh 10o Request
WASHINGTON, Sept. M UP) UP)-Interior
Interior UP)-Interior Secretary Fred A. Beaton
said yesterday- he expected the
nation's Mi tit Importers to aom
ply with the- govemraenfa request
fof a l"per eent cutback daspite
their iniUaL opposition. y
He hinted at mandatory controls
or congressional action it they do
not, : ':--:'
So far the industry at fe whole
has agreed to reduce imports only
one-half oooe per eent, this
would- amount! to about 1,000 bar barrels
rels barrels 'a day as compared' to a
100,000-harrel e n t b a e k recom recommended
mended recommended by President Eisenhow Eisenhower's'
er's' Eisenhower's' cabinet committee,
But Seaton told a news confer
ence "I would expect in the long
run that all the companies, would
get their affair a In such order
that they can meet the quota."
- If the voluntary program does
not work; he said, the nveninent
could institute 'a mandatory pro-
si am bj presfacnuai oraer or re
auest Congress to take action.
Eisenhower requested the im
port cutback after the cabinet
committee found tlut foreira Mir.
chases were injuring initiative to
explore ana develop domestic oil
sources. fc . v ....
Seatnn aatil la ..... m
the industry and the nation "vast-;
iy preiers a voluntary program
in a jnauiirj program."
IIS Assailed For Flagrant, Meddling
In Mid-East By Stone-Faced Gromyko
UNITED NATIONS,' N. Y., Sept. ,olute!y the dangerous policy which
21 (UP) -Russia's stone-faced ii being pursued by some' powers
Andrei Gromyko. ussailcu Uioia regard to them."
United States yesterday for "flag- .Russia "cannot piace usei i
i.. it iru.ll. I At. :ti t hm tmmaoeiiiA a(
rant" interference in the Middle
East and denied that the Soviet
Union is meddling in internal af affairs
fairs affairs there,
The stern looking Soviet foreign
minister, never smiling and never
irowning, also submitted Rusisa's
disarmament proposals which are
expected to be a ma jor subject in
the current United Natlons's Gen
eral- Assembly, He proposed a two
to i three year suspension of nu nuclear
clear nuclear tests and a five year ban on
bromyko, in an 87-mmute nolicv
speech, to the General Assembly,
made these major points most, of
them old Russian ideas dressed in
their usual phrases:
It is the duty of the U.N. to end
foreign military intervention in the
Middle cast and to safeguard
"their valid national rights." He
called for the assembly to 'raise
its powerful voice in defense of
the independence" of the Middle
&ast countries and "condemn res-
the Dosition of an impassive ob
server while the Near and Middle
Eastan area close to the fron
tiers of the Soviet Union is being
turned into a permanent hotbed of
The Soviet Union formally called
for a susension of all tests with
nuclear weapons for a 'period of
two to three years. Russia also
proposed that all powers possess possessing
ing possessing them agree not to use atomic
or hydrogen arms for at least five
Withdraw Russian Forces
Russia was prepared to with
draw its forces from the satellite
countries "provided- the ; U. S. A.
and other Western powers also
withdraw their forces stationed in
the teritories of a number of Eu European
ropean European countries."
The disarmament suDcommis suDcommis-sion
sion suDcommis-sion should be enlarged to include
countries opposed to. the ''cold war
There should be a formal "co "coexistence"
existence" "coexistence" agreement among ail
The U.N. should end its consid consideration
eration consideration of the Hungarian question.
Progress on disarmament, and
the authority of the U.N., is being
hindered by the exclusion of Com Communist
munist Communist China from the world or organization.
ganization. organization. The U.N. should be strengthened
by ending "various blocs: and mil military
itary military alliances." -i
Observers agreed Gromyko ac actually
tually actually offered little new. His pro pro-bosai
bosai pro-bosai for a five-vear ban on the
mem Dccause inose yourns use of nuclear arms was expected
"know how tough life : in theito play a major part in the forth-
WARN OF REDS
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaya
(UP) The Malayan govern government
ment government today warned parents to
be on guard against Communist
attempts to get jungle recruits
from among' students In urban
A government statement said
the Communist terrorists hiding
in the Jungles were finding it
more and mora' difficult to set
youths in rural areas to loin
By OSWALD JACOBT
Written for NEA Service
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Opening lead1 Q
NEW YORK Financier. Johr
D. Hertz, Austrian rags-to-riches
founder of the Yellow Cab Co,
and Hertz U-Drive-It-System, or
why he is giving away his fortune
to set up a scholarship for engi
"I simply want to contribute is
the interest of defense the fortune
the United States has allowed me
to accumulate. There is no other
country in the world where you
can do things from a standing
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. Pierre
Tallerie, manager of jazz trum trumpeter
peter trumpeter Louis Armstrong, on why he
thinks Armstrong will reconsider
his decision not to tour Russia be because
cause because of government handling of
the segregation issue:
"Louie isn't mad at anybody.
He couldn't stay mad for more
than a few seconds anyway."
AMMAN, Jordan The Jordni
government, ih a note to Syrja on
he danger of Communism Jto th
"International Communism docs
sot differentiate between Arab
and Israeli Communists, and its
philosophy is based on the destruc destruction
tion destruction of a nation's religion and
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. Outgoing;
Teamsters President Dave Beck,
in saying the union wa ready 4o
stand alone and split from j the
AFL-CIO if -the labor group, tries
to tell the Teamsters how to run
their 6wn affairs:
. ."John L. Lewis Was ablatio
stand alone with his United
Workers union and in my judg judgment
ment judgment so can we if necessary
Jungle can be." The statement
said the Reds obtained 21 re recruits
cruits recruits in johore State during the
MRS. FDR LEAVES MOSCOW
MOSCOW (UP), Mrs.
Eleanor Roosevelt left Moscow
for Leningrad last night after
spending four days at the Black
Sea resort town of Sochi she
ia scheduled to return to Moscow
coming disarmament debate in
But his plan for a twq or three three-year
year three-year moratorium on atomic and
hydrogen weapons tests was far
from reconcilable with U.S. Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Of State John Foster Dulles'
pronouncement of yesterday. Dul Dulles
les Dulles said that until Russia agreed
to a comprehensive, i controlled
disarmament program, the United
States would continue tests to con.
vert nuclear arms into 'discrim 'discriminating
inating 'discriminating defense weapons substan
tia free of radioactive fall-out.
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In ten brilliant ; shades
"I had an opening bid and
look what happened to me at
two clubs," lamented South.
"As long,as you keep on mak-i
ing silly overcalls you can ex- i
pect the roof to fall on you reg regularly,"
ularly," regularly," qpnynented North. "And
furthermore, I am the unlucky
one at this table North wem
on. "Remember, I am your part partner
ner partner and the loss hurts me as
much as you."
North was quite right about
South's bid. The fact that a
hand is worth an opening bid
does not make it worth an over over-call
call over-call at the range of two. In par particular
ticular particular there was little or no fu future
ture future to South's hand. He had a
nice five-card club suit but he
did not really expect to get to a
club game. Then he had four
cards in diamonds but that, was
the opponent's bid suit and
those cards were not going to be
worth much if his side played
Of course, it is riossible to set
up ,some hand, where his two two-club
club two-club overcall would have brdught
in a profit but against that
there are so m5my that produce
The nlay of the hand was
short arid bitter. West opened
the queen of clubs. Eventually
South was able to make his ace
and king of clubs and ace of
diamonds only. Down i,4uu. oi
course Eist and Wet had a
game but it Is very doubtful if
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South had kept his silly mouth
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TEE SUNDAY AMERICAN
. ,-' SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1S5J
Bacancito,, Double lldiiiv
m m .. i .--.' m m m t J m. I a
Melendez And Gonetino
Go In $750 Gallop too
Yanks Lose, White box Win; r
Braves Triumph, Cards Fall
For 3-Game Series
' Four of the five horses involved in a blanket fin finish
ish finish a fortnight ago are entered to dispute a $1,000
purse over a distance of seven furlongs in the main
event for first and second series imported thorough thoroughbreds
breds thoroughbreds at President Remon racetrack this afternoon.
The quartet is formed by Ba-
cancito, Double Four, Gavilan ana
Melendez. The fifth starter in to
day's race is Gonetino which wound
up a. bad trailer atter leading ior
more than half the distance. &a &a-dir,
dir, &a-dir, the fourth place finisher in
that unusual thriller, has since
been droDDed in class.
i jEiSlan could be rated the pros
pective favorite if for no other
reason than his surprising third
plaqe finish in the one mile and
i quarter $5,000 added Diploma Diplomatic
tic Diplomatic Corps Classic last Sunday in
Which he finished ahead of such
as Bacancito and Melendez at e e-qual
qual e-qual weights of 121 pounds.
- Today Gavilan gets in under the
feather of 106 pounds as compar compared
ed compared to 110 for both Bacancito and
Melendez. Gonetino, despite h i
consecutive recent poor races, has
been assigned top veight of 115
pounds by the handicapper while
Double our will tote 113 pounds.
Am ado Credidio gets the mount
' On Gavilan in place of the heavy
Virgilio Castillo who can't ride at
less than 114 pounds. Braulio Bae
la, as usual, will handle Double
four's reins. Gurllermo Sanchez
once more will attempt to cet the
sluggish Melendez up in time, Cas-
jf.uo nas the leg up on Gonetino
nd Heliodoro Gustines will guide
The secondary attraction, a sev
en furlong sprint for third series
imports, shapes up another easy
plum for the improved Town's
Wall. Gramilla, Germanio and
Grand Finish are the other sched
; Nine other prospective thrillers
Ire .included on the progrom.
yFavoritea or near-favorites
wpt"the entire card with the
exception of the two co-features
to Which, ranlc outsiders raced
to. Victory. t ....
In the first-o-feature, Hoar
tlgador reversed Ws torm- and
galloped to an eight-length vic victory
tory victory In the fast time of 1:26 85
for 'ieven furlongs.f Oliver, was
second and mutueli favorite
Minuendo third. The wirint re returned
turned returned a Juicy $38.60 to win. The
one-two, Hostigador-Ollver, paid
- The end main erent was
won by rieltro l-nother up-;
set, neltro, scored, toy slightly
more than a length oyer mu mu-tuels
tuels mu-tuels choice Batallon and re rewarded
warded rewarded his faithful backers with
win odds of $23 per ducat. Al Al-hajar
hajar Al-hajar wound up third. The time
was 1:25 45.
Braulio Baezaiwas once more
the winnlngest rider with three
while Alejandro Ycaza, Virgilio
Castillo, Heliodoro Gustines and
Guillermo Sanchez won two
1 Coral $3.40, $2.80
2 Panzaretta $7.60
1 Singful $4.20, $2.80
2 Introduction $5.20
First Double: $7.80
1 Francisquito ,$3.20 $2.40
2 Toxi $4.00 -One-Two:
1 Presidente $8 60, $4.60
2 Tanganica $66.20
. 1 Golden Moon S2.R0, $.2&
2 Full Moon $2.40
1 Miss Patience $4.40,
2 Salero $7.20
1 Pipe Lindo $7.80, $4.20
2 Dagon $3.40
Second Double: $26.20
1 Marceuta $3 .80, tz.zu
, Quiniela1 $5.00
1 Hostigador $5660. $11,.00
t Oliver $7.40
Tenth- Race V
1 Fleltro $23.00. $4.80
S Batallon $2.40
Elerenth Race s '" "'' ...
1 Or, Bill. $4 00, fJO
.-Ts.kwy $2J0.'-j i
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ClfUCTEO WStlAHK TASHUM,
WfinTfH BY CftNA LAZARUS
An All-Star baskeliball team,
representing Medellin, Colom Colombia,
bia, Colombia, will arrive in Panama to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow aboard an Avianca
flight to engage in a series
with three local teams. V
This first inter-country bas basketball
ketball basketball match between Colom Colombia,
bia, Colombia, Panama and the Canal
Zone has been arranged
through the' auspices of the
National Federation of Bas Basketball.
ketball. Basketball. ( v
The teams which will parti participate
cipate participate in the tournament are:
Seleccion de Medellin Marl Marlboro,
boro, Marlboro, 1957 R.P. champions;
Cerveceria Balboa, 1956 R.P.
champions, and a team repre representing
senting representing Albrook Field.
The first night's card, will
pit Marlboro agatnst Albrook
Field, at 7:30 p.m.; and Met
dellin against Cerveza Balboa,
at 9 p.m. The Second night's
card will have Marlboro ver versus
sus versus Cerveza Balboa at 7:30;
and Albrook against Medellin,
at 9:30. The third night's card
will pit Albrook against Cerve Cerveza
za Cerveza Balboa at 7:30 and Marl Marlboro
boro Marlboro plays Medellin at 9 p.m.
Winner of the tournament
will receive a trophy present presented
ed presented by' Avianca, the oldest air airline
line airline in the Americas.
1 Rutilante Cervecero
2 E. Cross Coronation Day
3 Pancho Lopez Cuca
4 Yoyita Currita
6 Tully Bar Destello
6 Delta Contralor
7 Joe's Fiddling M. Stuardo (f )
8 Portal Chi to
9 Jai Alai II Golden Corn(e)
10 Double Four Gavilan
11-Town's Wall Gramilla
LINIMAN UP FRONT
Boulder, Colo.- (NEA) Only
one regular lineman, Guard John
Wooten, returned from the Colo
rado football .team- which built a
7-2-1" record a year, ago and
whipped Clemson In the Bowk
Race Track Graded Entries
1st Race, 6th Series Imp. 6 Fgs. Purse $400 Pool Closes
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE .' ,
8 Amin Did!
. Hernandez 105x Nothing in months
A. Ycaza 110 -Excellent race last
E. Dario 105 Goad early speed
F. Gatica 108 Returns from layoff
H. Gustines 106 Should be close up -,
B. Baeza 103 Dangerous contender -A.
Gonzales 100, Early speed only
A. Credidio 105 Bad legs hamper
H. Ruiz 106 -Better this 'week'
10 (Ocala Miss A. Alfaro 103x,-r-Hasn't shown much
2nd Race, 6th Series Imp. 6 Fgs. Purse $400 Pool Closes 1:30
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
H. Gustines 106 Last was revealing 3-2
F. Gatica 113 Seek third straight, 4-1
V. Orteea 112 In new hands 3-1
4 Empire Cross A. Credi. 108 Form indicates 3-2
b Coronation Day Monte.iosx Will fight n out z-i
, 3 Trirreme
3rd Race, Non-Winners Nat. 6 F. Purse $300
1 Pancho Lopez A. Ycaza 112 Reportedly ready
3 Gloria M A. Gonzales 106 Nothing to indicate
3 Guacamaya Jose Rodrl. 106 Usually in money
4 Cuca H. Gustines 105 Reportedly improved
5 Rock And Roll G. Mon. 105x Good early speed
6 Big Srge V. Ortega 112 Unknown quantity
7 Camargo S. Hernandez 99: Has strong finish
Fool Closes 2:00
NEW "YORK, Sept, 21 (UP) i.
The New York Yankees' pen
nant-cllnchina: nartv was delav
ed for at least one day today
wnen xea wuuams hit the ltth
grand slam home run of his
career to help give the Boston
Ked sox an 8-3 victory,
Williams clouted his homer
during a six-run se'eond inning
uprising against Bob Turley; The
Red Sox slugger's' grand slam
total Is second only to the Major
League record pf 23 hit by Lou
Gehrig. yfjzt;'. .,
4th Race "G" Natives 5 Fgs. Purse $375
Pool Closes 2:30
3 Olimpico S
G. Sanchez 11$ --Trained for distance v 5-2
B. Baeza 113 Always dangerous 4-1
Hernandez 101x--Brief early speed x 5-1
A Gonzales 110 Eniovine top form 4-1
J. Rodriguez 110 Could make it here 3-1
A. Credidio 103 Earlv soeed only 10-1
H. Gustines 110 Aims for third in row 3-1
A. Ycaza 112 Has beaten better 2-1
5th Race "A and B" Nat. 6 Fes.Pwrse $500
Pool Closes 3:00
TODAY! .35 .20
FROM 10:00 A.M.
The place Is the West Indies
. .where the sun hides many
JAMCS MASON JO AN FONTAINE
In Double Program with
SCOTT BRADY in
Today IDEAL .25 .15
: Double In Cinemascope!
"20,000 LEAGUES UNDER
THE SEA" John Wayne in
1 Apache G. Montero 105x Has- late foot
2 Destello G. Sanchez 108 Can't beat Tully Bai1
3 Don Brlgldo Gustines 103 Doesn't seem likely
4 Tully Bar J. Rodriguez 115 Seems next best
B Janlna B. Baeza 108 Excluded from betting
CLEVELAND. Sept. 21 (UP)
The Chicago'White Sox remain remained
ed remained in the American League pen'
riant race today when they over
came a o-i aencit to edee the
clutch single by Ted Beard in
the eighth Inning.
. The Indians' helci a 6-2 lead
entering the seventh.1- but the
Sox scored three times in that
frame off Early Wynn and Ron
jaexson tnen tied the score with
a lead-off homer in the eighth.
Jim Landis drew a "walk 'and
later came home when Beard
singled off Bud Daley.
CHICAGO, Sept. 21 (UP)
Big Joe Adcock powered Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee a step closer to the Nation National
al National League pennant today with
a pair of mighty home runs
that gave the Braves a 6-2 vic victory
tory victory over the Chicago Cubs, and
put them in a position to clinch
by Monday night
Right-hander Bob Buhl scat scattered
tered scattered eight hits in registering
his J8th victory, his ninth in a
row, while extending the Braves'
winning Streak; to give games
and reducing their pennanf pennanf-cllnching
cllnching pennanf-cllnching "magic v number" to
Bth Race. "Seeclar Imp. 7 Fgs.Purse $650 Pool Closes 3:40
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 El Aghella H. Oustlnee 108 Ran. well in last
2 Narcotico A. Ycaza 110 Has high rating
3 Contralor O. Sanchez 110 Returns in good ships
4 Polo Magnetico J. Rodri. 110 Impressive in debut
5 Delta V. Castillo 115 Reportedly classy
6 Blue Sky B. Baeza 105 Showed early speed
7th Race, 5th Seriea Imp. 1 Fgs.Purse 1500 Pool Closes 4:10
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Garramuflo J. Phillips 113 Should score, off last 2-1
2 Joe's Fiddling A. Ycaza 115 Back in best form 3-1
3 Chulpa B. Baeza 105 -Weak-hearted quitter 4-1
4 Rlscal Jose Rodriguez 106 Would pay off 15-1
5 Matrlculado G. Montero 110 Must improve here 10-1
6 Lanero F. Gatica 105 Usually close up 6-1
iTnnv A Credidio 110 Last was impressive 3-1
v rnxtillo 115 Quits, bleeds, etc. 5-1
9 (Oro Purito D'Andrea 115 Doesn't seem likely 4-1
10 (Maria Stuardo Gusti 105 Rounding into shops 4-1
8th Race "E and F" Nat.
Pool Closes 4:40
A. Gonzales 105 Not in winning shape 50-1
V. Castillo 110 Could go all the way 4-1
G. Montero 11 2x Returns from layoff 8-1
B. Baeza 110 Ran well in last 3-1
w nimt.lne 115 Form indicates 3-2
c To 1ia T ortrn Hr 1(15 Would DBV Oil 13-1
7 Jlpi Japa A. Ycaza 110 Distance to liking 2-1
8(joe 115 -Usually gets left 5-2
9 (Vilma P G. Sanche 113 Rounding into jhape 4-1
4 Mr. Tivoll
CINCINNATI. 1' Sept. 21 (UP)
Rov; McMi?tan's first home
run of the year, a stwo-run two
out blow in the r 10th inning,
gave the Cincinnati Redlees a
9-8 victory today over St, Louis.
all but killing the Cards' pen
nant nopes. ?., ;..)tt;4i,! '.
The defeat dropped St. Louis
nve j gamee jnenina; Milwaukee,
with only seven tames to go.
The "magic ..number'?, for Milwaukee-was
reduced to three
any combination of Milwaukee
victories .or v'. Cardinal defeats
rhlch .add to three.
BROOKLYN, Sept. 21 (UP)
Relief pitcher Ed Roebuck fore
ed home the winning run in the
ninth Inning today as the Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia Phillies rallied for a 3 3-2
2 3-2 victory over Brooklyn, their
seventh victory in eight games
as ooeia x leias mis season.
'Johnny. Ppdres, who suffered
his ninth, defeat, had a 2-1 lead
going Into the ninth. He had
doubled across what aDoeared
to be the winning run in the
fourth inning against Jack
S AILFISH PRIZE Mrs. Ruth Krziza receives the ,Smoot &
..f-.v.jf:..;-:.S..s(.:.;; ,.f. ; -a n.Jf .i.,-:.;J.,i!i .;.:,-i,-v.:.i,--.fi
Paredes award as first prize in the Ladles Class' for her 120
lb. sallflh caught- in the Panama Rod & Reel Club's Fifths
International ,Maxlin'& Sailflsh Tournament,; i Aqullino va va-llarino,
llarino, va-llarino, president of the Club, Congratulates her .as Tourist
Commissioner' Stanly Shaw applauds at the awards party
given' at Hotel EL. Panama's Cabana Club,
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.517 17 Vm
71 74 .490 21 Vj
71 75 .486 22
oth 4th Series ImB. Fes. Purse $600 Pool Closes 5:15
G. Montero 112x Distance to likmg
G. Sanchez 115 Returns from layoff
H. Ruiz IOR Fair effort in last
S. Carvajal 112 Usually close up
A. Ycaza 118 Should make it here
6 Febrero n H. Gustines 100 Good recent races
7 Opulento V. Ortega 118 Way down in class
8 (Golden Corn B. Baeza 108 -Dangerous contender
9 (Chivilingo H. Florei 118 Has late foot
5 Jai Alai II
PITTSBURGH. Set. 21 (UP)
me devastating Oklahoma
Sooners rolled to 'a surprising surprisingly
ly surprisingly easy 26-0 rout over a stum stumbling
bling stumbling Pittsburgh team today to
serve notice they intend to keep
tneir no. 1 national ranxing.
r NEWTON, : Mass., Sept. 21
ivr) Navy unleased a with
ering ground and air attack to today,
day, today, scoring in every period, to
smasn Boston college 46-ft and
completely sour dedication of
the hosts' spanking new stadium
The powerful Middles, rated
the -team to beat In the East,
rolled up 212 yards rushing'
kiargeiv via halfback Nea 01a
ham and 210 yards along tne
overland route with quarter quarterbacks
backs quarterbacks Tom Forrestal and Pat
Flood doing the throwing.-
10th Race, 1st and 2nd Series
" Purse $1000
5 Double Four B. Baeza 113 Will fight it out
Imp. 7 Furlongs
Pool Closes 5:45
Was winner here
Not in best form
-Last doesn't, count
H Gustines 110
V. Castillo 115
n Sanchez 110
A. Credidio 106 Consistent penormer
11th Race, 3rd Series Imp. 1 F. Purse $650 Pol Closes 1:05
1 Town's Wall G. Sanchei 118 Seems much the best
2 Orand Finish Montero iosx -couio win s.in
with Tin Tan
- Also: -ESPOSAS
with Burt Lancaster
A. Ycaza 120
Was in sick bay
Could go all the way
Editor': CONRADO 8ARCCANT.
FOR YOUR HIGH-BALL INSIST
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DETROIT, Sept. 21 (UP)-s-
The University of Detroit today
handed sophomore studded Mar
quette University a 14-0 whip
ping ror its llth straight defeat.
The Titans roamed up and
down the field almost at will
hfut didn't score until late In
the second quarter, when Bruce
Maher dashed 11 yards around
right end. ,.v-V;
ATLANTA. Sent. M.fUPTi-
Sophomore Quarterback: Fred
Braselton, passing for one touch touchdown
down touchdown and directing another, led
-new Georgia .Teen .team
one rating -with a jamlllar ef
ficiency to a 13-0 victory over
frustrated Kentucky- today In a
Southeastern conference open opener
er opener before 40,000. v
MORGANTOWN, W. K, Sept.
21 UP) f The University of
Virginia came within Inches of
scoring an upset victory over
West Virginia today, but had to
settle for a 6-6 tie -with the
It marked the first time that
West Virginia has played a tie
game since 1040 when the Moun Mountaineers
taineers Mountaineers were? deadlocked by
Texas Western, 12-13. ;
'CHAPEL HILL. ff .C. ept 21
(UP) North Carolina SUte,
ridlrtf on an unrehearsed later lateral,
al, lateral, and a tide-turning penalty J
sent halfback Dick Hunter dart dart-ingilor
ingilor dart-ingilor a first period touchdown
and a 7-0 upset over North :
Carolina today, 1
Teams W L Pot. GB Teams
Milwaukee 89 57 .610 -- New York"
St. Louis 65 2 .578 5 x-Chicago
Brooklyn 81 68 .540 10 Boston
Cincinnati. 77 70 .524 13 xx-Detroit
Philadelphia 74 75 .497. 17 xx-Baltimore
x-New York 68 &0 .459 224 x-Cleveland
Chicago, ; .58 89 .395 32 xx-Kansas City 58 90. .371 3814
x-Plttsburgh 58 90 1392 IZVz xx-Washlngton 54 92 -.370 3
not x-Second game not included.
xx-Nlght games not included.'.
":- M','! TODAY'S GAMES'
Chicago at Cleveland ..,-.,
-Washington at Baltimore
' Boaton at New York v
; Detroit at Kansas City 2)
' YESTERDAY'S RESULTS"
Chicago 100 001 320 7 12 0
.Cleveland 401 100 000 4 1 1
Latmart,' McDonald ( 1 ) ? Run i
dolph (5), HoweU (7), Staley m
and Lollar; Wynn, Valentinettl
(8), Daley (8), Alexander (9
and Brown. WP: HoweU (6-5).
LP: Valentinettl.; (1-2). HR's:
Hftrrril (tY. .Toplrson 9V'
Boston lOffOpi 0008 9 2
New York 1 001 010 001 3 10 1
Nixon, Delock (i) and Whiter
Turley, Byrne (Zl, Dltnfar (8,
Kucks (9) and Berra, Howard
(8)1 WP: Nixon K12-12). LP:
Turley X12-6). HR's : .- Williams
(36), ; Vernon 7), Collins 12). ii
Philadelphia at Brooklyn
New York at Pittsburgh
Milwaukee at Chicago
St. Louis at Cincinnati ': ';
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' YESTERDAY'S"' RESULTS,''?"'; (
Milwaukee 110 200 011-6 9 0
Chicago : 002 000 0002 8 0
Buhl (18-6) and Rice; Dra-
bowskl, Elston (7) and Fanning.
LP; Drabowsky (11-15). HR's:
Adcock, 2 (11 and 12), Long
.(19), Rice ;(9). :
Philadelphia 000 000 102 3 7 1
Brooklyn 001 100 000 2 6 3
Sanford, Farrell (9) and Lon-
nett, Semlnlck (9); podres, Roe
buck (9) and Pignatano. WP
Sanford (18-8). LP: podres (12-
St. Louis R 11 0
Cincinnati 9 11 2
Jones, Merrltt. (2), Schmltz
(3), Lovenguth (5); Kuzava (6),
Muiieti (6). Martin (8). wen
mier (8) and Smith; Nuxhall,
Klippstein (5), Rabe 8), Free Freeman
man Freeman (10) and Bailey. WP: Free Freeman
man Freeman (7-2), LP: Wehmier (10-7).
HR's: Blaslngame, Robinson,
Hoak, Lynch, McMillan.
New York at Pittsburgh (T-N)
Detroit at Kansas City (N)'
Washington at Baltimore (N)-
UPS AND DOWNS c
Milwaukee (NEA) -A year
ago, Tom Lester ef Marquette
worked in t the depths! of an iron
mine. This past summer the full fullback
back fullback toiled on a construction job
high in the air. . ..
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PANAMA ROD & REEL CLUB'S AWARDS BARBECUE At
Wednesday night's barbecue at Hotel El Panama held by the
Panama Rod & Reel Club, awards for thejecent Innterna Innterna-tional
tional Innterna-tional Marlin It Sallfish Tournament were; distributed. Frank
J. Vlolette, pictured here, won more trophies than any other
participant. His total was five.
By JACK CUDDY
Onlttd Prtti Sporti Wrlttr
NEW YORK, Sept. 21 (UP)--
The booming weekend fsaie 01
tickets to Yankee Stadium, and! te
I expected to produce an entertain-
ment record at more than 500,000
I pying spectators for- Monday
if tiioht's. haHlK nEi phampions be-
twppn Suear Ray ;iRobinson and
Carmen BaaiUw. w H L-
At the Yankees -ball park
1niMr watirtr than- tASMtormt 9 ex
pected to be present whea Robin-
. nAA. Viirf mnti. risks
his middleweight -t crown ,against
Basilio, a good little younger man.
This scheduled 15 round fight
j between 37 year did Robinson,
Iking of the 160-pounders,' and 30 30-i
i 30-i yearold Basilio, ruler of the 147 147-pound
pound 147-pound class,' has attracted, world
Wiae interest oecause oi men
recognized prowess and because of
the uncertainties about their re
Genuine Ring Classic
General admiration plus general
uncertainty makes the bout shape
up as a genuine ring classic. Not
in years has the ungrammatical
question, "who do you like?" been
asked so often in so many count
-It's tHe fifth time In ring history
THIS IS THE END w Pete
Jokanovich opens the season
expecting to catch passes for
Navy at Boston College.
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v.iFOR YOUR HIGH-BALL INSIST.-, ..
ahrayj on CANADA DRY
that, a welterweight champion
tries to win the middleweight
crown tries to: belie i the ancient
adage that "a. good big man can
always: beat, a -good utue man,
iCoincidentally. Robinson was
the onlv one to turn the trick
when as welter champ, he wrested
the 160-pound diadem from Jake
T.nmntta in 1951 .
But Basilio of Chitteriango, J,Y.,
is a slight favorite at 13 10 to
duplicate the achievement and to
beat Ray this time. Betting has
bee. tremendous vQfr? the bout be
cause of the uncertainty of the
outcome. i '..1;,.,
, XThe big question is : which
champion is assuming the "greater
handicap in the fight?1 Will it he
more costly ior iSugac Ray to
snot Carmen seven years than
for Carmen to spot Ray at least
eignt pounds, as well as 4 t
inches in height and 5V4 inchei
in reach? Ray expects to scale
just under 160 pounds; Carmen.
In training at Alexandria Bay.
N.Y., and at Syracuse, N.Y.,
wnere He broke camp today, the
stocky Basilio indicated he would
try to overcome the ohysical
handicaps by forcing the tight
witn a ripping attacK of comoi
nations to body and head, and
keep slender Ray under "rough "rough-house
house "rough-house pressured'
To Fight Defensively :
Meanwhile, Robinson Groom
ing at Greenwood JLake, H. Y.
indicated he would fight de
fensively in counter fashion. He
let his, sparmates lorce "him about
tne ring but he tried to catch
them coming m with right upper
cuts to the chin and with leit
nooks tp -the. head.
Robinson, tooV is remarkably
rugged. He never took the count
in nis 148 bouts during 17. years
of fighting; but he was stopped
once by Joey; Maxim in the 14th
round of their light heavyweight
uue iigni ai xanaee Stadium,
June 25, 1952r- when he collapsed
because of tne 104 deeree heat.
Ray has been on the floor in
Each 'vis a knockout niinrW
and each is a deadlv leh-hnnkar
Carmen who. writes left handed
but never tought as -a southpaw
prefera ;the left hook to the
straight right. But Robinson is
equally explosive with both fists.
lift' knocked out ; 81. of his l
opponents ana lost but five bouts
Basilio belted out 25 of his 70
rivals and, dropped .12 decisians.
When Carmen, and Ray square
off in the atadlum at 9:30 p m.
EST., Monday, promoter Jim Nor-
nt expects -mat at least 45,000
win nave proviaea a gate of at
miow,uuu. nere win be bo
nome television of this light.- '
However.TTheatre network TpIp.
-f vision ine.Twill- present it in 13
theatres in 130 cities in the United
States and Canada, and will have
503,092 seals available. -j
by HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YTRK (NEA) Every
where, you went around $ie coun
try, football men were crawling
out of the woodwork. 1 v
; And at the fight in Seattle, board boarding
ing boarding the plane in Oklahoma City
and in (he Chicago hotel lobby, the
question was. the same: ."Is Ter
ry Urennan going to make it at
Notre Dame this fa!l?'V. i,
The Notre Dame situation probr
ably comes to that, because this
is the last year the Irish should
have serious difficulty talent-wise.
A tog, swift and powerful group
of sophomores and a-well-loaded
freshman class means brighter
days ahead. ,. H 1
So, the problem for Brennan as
a career coach is to come out a a-live
live a-live this autumn. That, means five
victories in a tough 10-game sched schedule,
ule, schedule, starting at Purdue, Sept.' 28,
and running through southern
Methodist in Dallas, Dec. 7, with
Indiana, Army, .jrittsDurgn,' wavy,
Michigan. State, Oklahoma. Iowa
and Southern California In. be
tween. . r .
Father. John Cavanaugh. direc
tor of the Notre Dame Foundation,
isn't running around the country
trapping Brennan s coaching to a
lumnl groups, as our report had it.
as a matter or tact, Kev, Theo Theodore
dore Theodore "MV Hesburgh, C.S.C., presr presr-dent
dent presr-dent of the university, consulted
Father Cavanaugh before appoint
ing young Brennan.
v, -.11 CA "Vk C, i.
"There definitely li no movement
now to replace Brennan- with Joe
Kuharich or aybody( else.
But the fact remains that Bren Brennan'
nan' Brennan' cannot survive any such dis
aster as befell the Irish last trip,
when they dropped eight of 10 for
their worst season, in history. Mak Making
ing Making things worse was the fact that
the ueits appeared a dh on- me
disorganized side in taking four
-There were extenuating circum
stances a year ago. First, there
were 33 Injuries to .'men who were
badly needed. i
Only two seniors, raui uornung
and Jimmy Morse, contributed sub
stantially lo the cause, and the
latter was hurt most of the time.
Homung, and Morse were -the
survivors of what turned out to be
poor freshman class. A number
of seniors were, incapacitated.
Some flopped academically a n d
others simply failed to measure
up as first class college players.
T 1. L.ll. 1 II
rsrennan naj peiier seuiors tnu
time and the juniors are a year
older and wiser. Bronko Nagurski
doesn't figure io be fooled as fre
quently as a defensive tackle, for
Sophomores have been the dif
ference in many a football cam-
paign and Brennan has some pip pippins
pins pippins among no fewer than 36, bah
of whom were sought by numerous
Monthly Sticklers Is a six four.
215-pound end from Poughkeep-
sie. hod scnoitz ,ana .Moose Kurd
stick out as centers, the one from
Tulsa, "the other out Of Three Riv
ers, Mich. George Izo, 6-2 and 205
pounds, a resident of Barberton,
ana Don White of Haverhill.
Mass.. have extraordinary ability
as quanemacits. rat ueaiy,, a six-
one, zio-pound, halfback, run like
Mickey Mantle,, etc... .
No fewer. than 23 states are re
presented on the Notre Dame
quad. The Irish still et the pick
Hang on, Terr Brennan. The
stuff is there and It's going to get
Make a good run at them this
fall and you've got .it made.
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Torpid Wins Little Brown Jug
In Display Of
By HASKELL SHORT1
DELAWARE. Ohio (UP) -Tor
pid has returned to form and
there were few around today to
doubt but that he may be one of
the greatest pacers of all time.
The big bay colt lrom Sherwood
Farms in Irvington, N.J., removed
all doubt .in beatins a line field
on both a dry track and in the
mud hehe Thursday, to capture
the Little Brown Jug, the world's
richest pacing stake. -.
It was, as driver i Johnny Simp Simpson
son Simpson said in accepting the big tro trophy
phy trophy from Gov. C. William O'Neill,
"the hardest day's work I have
ever had." i
It had indeed been a rough aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for Simpson and Torpid,
and the 39,000 spectators.
Torpid, behind at the start in his
first heat, roared on to win in
2:00 4-5 and then after roadscrap roadscrap-ers
ers roadscrap-ers and graders "were called out
to remdve the mud caused by a
sudden downpour came back to
beat his old tormenter, Adios Ex-
By TREVOR SIMONS
Perhaps genial coach' "Stu"
Brown of the Canal Zone Vunior
College gave little thought to my
passing remark last Wednesday at
Diablo Heights when mentioned
that C.Z.J.C. could be tabbed fav
orites for the coming football sea
son; but the more thought I give
to the suhiect the more I am con
vinced that they are going to be
rough customers and,; barring un un-forsee
forsee un-forsee injuries, could turn out to
be the team to beat.
Actually my Wednesday after
noon trip to Balboa to have a look
at the Bulldogs and Green Waves
netted a little more than nothing.
On a field rendered muddy by a
heaVy downpour earlier in the.; af afternoon
ternoon afternoon and under a steady driz drizzle,
zle, drizzle, I watched, defending champs
B.H.S., run back punts lor about
forty five minutes. The massive
oa man squad from Balboa High
might be relying a little too much
on their ability to wear down the
opposition with frequent fresh re
Their manpower Consists of fme
10 to 15 in the backfield and more
than 20 on the lina Thac.
than 30 lads are irhednipH tn
Plenty pf action when grid Jime
y..o aiuuu nu mere is an ai
most qual amount of the young
er crop anxious to earn abetter
should someone, slack off a bit in
uieu- posmoiL from this crowd
coach Anderson expects better
man average performance from
&, iast and tough combination
nauDacic and" muoack, Gary Ness
uis na-pounaer, teaming up
with Bruce Bateman, Charlie
rrencn and Tom McKnwn mmr.
terback will be the Bulldog first
team on offense. Tonw Wnmhu
u- ui- -7j r.i.
"'8. secoua-siring center of the
oo uuudogs, is reported ready for
a, juuui:uve season; beyond that
Point, Anderson has a large col collection
lection collection of sophomores and juniors
uwiu wuicii'iie win eventually se
lect his first, team.
After taking a ouick look at the
BuUdogs I motored to Diablo and
almost -lelt lonely among Junior
College's 16-man squad. Coach
Brown's problems are the same as
before; not enough manpower for
la good scrimmage, late classas at
J. (J. keeping many of his gndders
either late or away from practice
not to mention their having to find
transportation to Diablo where
their practice field is inconve
nientlv located. But despite all
this, Stu Brown will have 16 expe
rienced Doys, a tew ot wnicn nave
more than only four years of High
school ban as their claim to fame.
They have a pair of returning
lettermen in Joe Cicero and Jim
Morris. Cicero is fast and shifty
ana is probably one of the smart smartest
est smartest backs on the C.Z. today. Jim
Morris' is a hard-hitting fullback
capable sometimes of makin" h'es
where they ain't. Quarter! c'ig
win De aone oy Jerry Dare, one
of the four "family" man on the
team with a few years of A.C. ball
behind him. while Art Sherry, an another
other another "daddy" returned to college,
will prove a rough customer on
the line. .
There are manv others. Includ
ing Cristobal's Lamoin Werlein and
Kenny Moris, a graduate of B.H.S.
Jack Hammond, Louis Hatchett
and Bob "Dad"- Travis are but a
few of the 16 versatile gridders
that will defend the Green Wave
in the October 4tb Jamboree and
during ihe 'regular season. We
say "versatile because coach Brown
requires that his players learn all
the positions in order that his five
man replacement sqoad will be
able to ill i anywhere at a min:
ute'a notice. i
If that PlaB la successful. anA
with experienced heads on the
field there is everv reason to h.1
lieve It will be. and coach Brown
can get through the seaso injury-
tree, mis could meaa another foot
ball title for the Green Wave.
Very little Is known of the Af
except that they will be without
quarterback Arnold Mannlntr be
cause of age limitations and sec
ond string quarterback Jerry. Dare
ad tackle Art Sherrr will be don donning
ning donning the Junior Col!e2e Green.
press, in1 the showdown heat, His
time was 2:03 2-5.
Simpson thus became the first
driver ever to win, this race two
years in a row, having turned the
trick last year with Noble Adios,
in an upset. He also is the second
driver to win both the Hambleto
man for trotters and the Jug for
Daccrs in one year.
Meadow Lands, owned by Hugh
Grant of Bradford,' Pa.; and De!
Miler,of Meadow Lands, Pa., was
a surprise winner in the second
heat, which was supposed to have
been Adios. Miller, driving his
colt, i trailed Newport Judy until
the final sixteenth of a mile, -then
balzed to victory in 2:01, best
clocking of the Jug. Torpid pock
eted $27,205 in winning the Jug
and boosted his lifetime earnings
to $182,000. Vi
- Placings behind Torpid 1 and a
mounts won were Meadow Lands
$1,1029, Morris Eden $7,720, Adios
Empress se.617. Mexme s Dream
$6,617, Newport Judy $5,514, Great
Adio ja,3ua, iweaoor nytnm
205 Duke of Wellington $2,205, and
Razzle Dazzle $1,102.
been put on sale and are available
on both sides of the Isthmus. Any Anyone
one Anyone experiencing any difficulties in
obtaining tickets can call this writ writer
er writer at 3-1833 or 3-2530. There have
been; no early reports on sales,
but it is believed that a new rec record
ord record attendance will be recorded
A RIDE 'EM, COWBOY
New York. NEA) Jim Shoul Shoulders,
ders, Shoulders, Henryetta, O k l a., cowboy
who won a record $43,381 winning
the national all-around rodeo title
in 1956. enters the Madison Square,
Garden cbampionships opening
Sept. 25 with 1957 earnings, to
date of more than $20,000.
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ticipation Purse at Belmont Park
Alhambran, an invader from Chi'
cago, also is entered in the tune-
up for ne;e$0-zaturday's futurity.
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PHMLL1PS Ocaansid Cottagat
Santa, Clara. Bax 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phona Panama
1-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTERS COTTAGES and larga
ck heuta, en mil part Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phona Balboa 1866.
FOt JlENTi Spteo for offJio. offJio.-Compafii
Compafii offJio.-Compafii da Saguro. building
Caftip Alegro. Air conditionad,
alovatot, laanarman, big spaca
for parking 26 T.I 3-0136.
FOR RENTs 3-room houie with
running pipe water and 500 me meter
ter meter land at Chilibre $10.00
monthly suitable for retired C. Z.
employe. 112 Via Belitario Po Po-rr.
rr. Po-rr. Phona 3-2474.
FOR RENT: Raaidnably priced
three bedroom heme in Betania.
Call 3-4098 between 4 p.m. and
FOR RENT: Chalet 3 bad bad-rooms,
rooms, bad-rooms, 2 baths, living-dining
room, kitchen, large porch, ga garage,
rage, garage, laundry room, fenced yard,
good neighbourhood. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-0771.
New Air Force
(Continued from Pace D
recent improvements in air de defenses.
He listed them as the activation
of the Distant Early Warning
(DEW) radar line across the Arc Arctic,
tic, Arctic, the equipment of interceptor.
planes wrtn atomic weapons ana
a closer inteeration of U.S. and
Canadian air defense programs.
i i .i ul : : i
Aieanwnue. auoier uts jmssue,
the fourth-this week, sped up with
a roar today as the guided mis-
aila test center at Cape Canaver
al, LFla.. stepped uptits pace of
Observers, outside the top-secret
firing area said the long, slim
projective "looked like one of the
bigger ones" as it zoomed into1 a
clear bue sky and beaded "down
ranged over the Atantic, The
; missile trailed a streak; of orange
flame "almost as long s tha- mis
suey ; one witness saiu
The missile got off "without a
bit of trouble," according, to the
witness, who watched it from a
nearby beach. When it was high-
in me Buy, me projecuie oea"
leaving a white trail of smoke.
Speculation was that the mis mis-tile
tile mis-tile was either a Thor or Jupiter,
both intermediate range missiles,
or 'possibly Navaho. But there
was no oficial word on its iden identity,.
tity,. identity,. It was not believed to be the
intercontinental Atlas ballistic
It was the fourth missile firing
this week, and observers attribut attributed..
ed.. attributed.. the stepped up pace to the
visit of Deputy Defense Secretary
Donald A. Quarles. But informed
- sources said they did not expect
an immediate firing of the Atlas.
An small mi s i 1 e was fired
Thursday and although there was
no official" word on what it wax,
it was understood to be a snark.
The Snark is a pilotiess jet
bomber that flies at less than the
vspeed of sound but has a reported
A Story Of Fear And Fury
Thursday At The Bella Vista
iaj0rl't , .!.' -4 I.
Whe a man achieves a repnUtkMi u a gun fif htrr,
tram bier and drifter whs abandons hi family, it requires
aji extraordinary act for ham to regain the respect of his
eatnmnnity and of the sao be left behind. It Is lost such
a dramatic act which ore or la GUN GLORY, new M-G-M
aajtdoor actloa drama, filmed In CinemaScope and Metre Metre-'oior
'oior Metre-'oior and starring Stewart Granger. Rhonda Fie mine; and
Chill Mills, with Steve Rowland, James Gregory and Jac Jac-jBcs
jBcs Jac-jBcs Aabaehon beading tha sapportmg cast.
GL'N GLORY la faster than The Fastest Gan Alive,"
aad la thrilling with ita hasardoeis stampedes and Its bias biasing
ing biasing actiaa and aaupeasefaJ ramanee.
GUM GLORY, another big Western drama, plays en
Tbarsday at the BELLA VISTA.
ATTENTION. 0. I.! Jw bulk
modern furnithod apirtmontt, I,
2 badioema. hot, cold watar.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT:! bedroom apart apart-mont,
mont, apart-mont, indepandent yard. Jota da
Fabrega Avsnna No. 12 (Faia (Faia-dona
dona (Faia-dona ) ;
FOR RENT: -Nicely firniihd
apartment, porch, parlor-dining-room,
bedroom, bedroom, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, tiled. Screened $55.00.
Apply 1 1 2 Via Belitario Porrai,
near Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT: Comfortable and
cool apartments, living room,
bedroom, dining room, indepen independent
dent independent service. 4th of July Avenue
No. Tl-3-52, opposite entrance
to Quarry Heights. For informa information
tion information inquire same building from
II to 12 and from 5 to 6 p.m.
or 2-2037 anytime.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
furnished. Second Avenue No.
39, San Francisco. -Phone 3 3-1221.
1221. 3-1221. FOR RENT: Apartment. 90th
street, San Francisco, Via Porras.
Porras. Phone 3-2457.
FOR RENT: Very cool furnish furnished
ed furnished 2 bedroom apartiment, sea
view, play area for childen.
52nd street No. 1-22, Bella
Vista. Reasonable rent. Phone 3 3-5024.
5024. 3-5024. FOR RENT: Furnished Mod-
dern apartment, 6 clasets, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living room, dining room,
kitchen, porch, garage. 46th St.
East No. 2-6T. Phone 3-1423..
FOR RENT: Furnished or un
furnished one bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 102 Via Espaiia and en entrance
trance entrance Federico Boyd Avenue.
Phone Balboa 2870.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apt. in
Duplex house, furnished, fenc fenced,
ed, fenced, yard, garage. Call 6-206.
FOR RENT: Furnished 1 and
2 bedroom apart. 44, 46, 47 and
50 street. Call Telephone 2 2-5094.
5094. 2-5094. FOR RENT: Large apartment 2
bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, etc. Ri Riviera
viera Riviera Building 46th Street and
Ave. Justo Arosemena. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-1661 between 8 a.m.
and 5 p.m. or 3-0526 at other
I tnilRlNTw Small uofuHilihad
' duplex apartment, two bedrooms,
maid" room. Suitable for adults
only. No. 17 50th street. Ring
ranee 0f 5 000 miles. The Atlas
is a rocket missile designed to
fly at supersonic speeds up to
1,500 miles per hour.
A .reported Snark firing from
this testing center last spring re resulted
sulted resulted in the "bird" straying far
off its course. Oficers found they
were unable to activate the self self-destruction
destruction self-destruction device and it is be believed
lieved believed to have crashed the
jungles of northeastern Brazil..
It was reported that a Navy
guided missile went astray short shortly
ly shortly after its launching Thursday
and buried itself in a field near
the community of Deltaville, Va.,
in the state's middle peninsula.
The Navy identified the missile
as a KPU drone version of the
Regulus, short-range missile de
signed primarily for launching
from ships and submarines. It
was 1 a u c h e d at the Chinco Chinco-teague,
teague, Chinco-teague, Va., naval air. station.
LEAVE VOUB AD WITH ONE OP OVB
uwDtAt nv mini irirmiiva Mn
BARDO No 2 "B" Stroel a MORRISON 4tb of July Ave. A J St. a LEWIS
fakmacia LUi 154 tenirai avenue
VAN-DEB-JIS e Blreet Ne.
the Bella Vbta Theatre.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chrysler
Windsor, hardtop, 2-tone, power1'
brakes, power steering, low mile mileage.
age. mileage. Call 2-3323.
FOR SALE: 1957 Cadillac 62
grey coupe. Phone office Navy
Pacific 2538. Home 2390.
FOR SALE: 1953 Pohtiae
Chieftain deluxe, $ eyl. Loaded.
Low mileage. 2-door, excellent
condition. 2-358.6. vi.
FOR SALE: Popular; economi economical,
cal, economical, sturdy, Nash Rambler station
wagon 1 954. Excellent condition.
Priced right, duty paid. Financing
possible. Call office hours. Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu 2238 or 5219.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 1950
4-door sedan, good tires, new
battery, excellent condition. 400.
Phone Balboa 6339.
FOR SALE: 1951 Morris Minor
good condition. Telephone
house 2247, Carr
FOR SALE: 1953 Pontiac, hy hy-dramatic,
dramatic, hy-dramatic, four door sedan, beau,
tiful car, perfect condition. Tel.,
Fort Clayton, 6212.
FOR SALE. 1954 Studebaker
V-8 contender eoupe delist.
Excellent condition. ,$1000.00.
Can be financed. House 8204-A,-6th
St. Margarita. Tel. 3-2981.
155 Central Ave.
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Shippers Mover
Phones 2 245 1 22562
tearn Riding at -'.''
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding & Jumping Class dally
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Fall classes begin Oct. 1st
Include Ballet, Tap, Toe.
Women's classes and tum tumbling
bling tumbling for "Little Guys."
For all Information
. Call 8-1751.
(Across Banco Nacional)
14 Nations Compete
In Plowing Contest
Held For Fifth Year
PEEBLES. Ohio, Sept 21 (UP)
World Plowing supremacy was
tt stake here today. Expert p ow ow-men
men ow-men from all parts of the globe
met in friendly Vsodbusting com competition
petition competition in the final event of the
two-day 195? world PlowlnS c0 c0-test.
The flags of I nations fluttered
from 27 tfactor driven, two-furrow
plows of all sites and shapes
lined up at half -acre sites for the
Representing the United States
in the competition were Lawrence
Goettemoeller, 46, St. Henry. Ohio
asd John .Daniels, 35, Mulberry
Grove, 111., . j
GotUemoeUer won mi second
straight national level land cham-
pionship here at the U.S. plowing
eontest which preceded the world
Goettemoeller and Daniels were
out to win for America the Goldenjthe former case, the statement
Plow Trophy and her first world
title in international competition.
Tbe same idea was in the minds
and hearts of champions from
Canada, Great Britain. New Zea Zealand,
land, Zealand, France, West Germany. It Italy,
aly, Italy, Norway, Belgium, Tbe Nether Nether-lanHs,
lanHs, Nether-lanHs, DenmarV, Swe-U-n Finland,
and Northern Ireland.
OUK OmCES At -W -W Tr,rt. PANAMA UBREMA
1 CASA ZAUMJ Central 'Ave. 4S LOURDES PHABMACY
i I bi.
a household exchanus-xI. Fe. ee
No. B rARMACIA EL BATURBO Fro bUtvro
COLON: Central Avenue 12.165 Tel. 432
, FOR SALE: SPINET PIANO PIANO-practically
practically PIANO-practically new, large plate glass
mirror; many other bargain.
5066-A. Ublo Hts. Ph. Balboa
3320, After 5:30 an weekday.
'Anytime Sat. 'or Sun.
FOR SALE: Plants 0932. Ama
dor Rd. .
FOR SALE : Last Chance J
greater Indian Hill Mynahs.
World's best talking birds. Sol Sol-lino
lino Sol-lino out at below cost Bricos. Can
be seen anytime at J85 Morgan
ri. oaiooa. ,.' sr
FOR SALEiRolleifles tessar f
3.5, used, 75, incl, carr. case.
International Jewerly 155 Cen Central
tral Central Ave. Phone 2-1803.
FOR SALE Upright piano, ia
good conditio; Other item. Call
2-2135 oftor 4 p.m.'
FOR SALE.- By private collector
large STAMP COLLECTION In
blocks of four. Americas (Panama
especially valuable)., British Co-
lonies, Europe, Asia. Call 2
0143 Panama er. write Bex.,'
FOR SALE: Rotary part bin
paint spray air regulator, plate
glass Vz"x36"x48", gas welding
. gauges, running light and pro-'
poller for boat, air seasoned ma mahogany
hogany mahogany lumber. 15 par ft. Phone
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS FOR
Sealed bids, far opening in pub public,
lic, public, will be received at the of-.
f ice of the Superintendent, Store Storehouse
house Storehouse Branch, Balboa, for the r,
INVITATION NO. S-57-365
Balls, Bart, Bolts, Chain, Cloth; ;
Connection,- Couplings, Cover, ;
Drains, Draifiboards; Elbows,
Valve Parts, Flanges,' Funnels,
Vacuum Breakers, Pipe, tubing,
Washers, Cock Part and Miscel Miscellaneous
laneous Miscellaneous Plumbing Parts. TO' BE
OPENED 9:30 a.m., SEPTEMBER
INVITATION" NO. S-57-369
Automotive Parts. TO Bl OPEN OPENED
ED OPENED 10:30 a.m., SEPTEMBER 27,
INVITATION NO. S-57-170
Billets, Bronx. Brick. Pin,
Electrodes, Belting, Tricfclor.
benxene. Rang Part SilverrNi SilverrNi-trate.
trate. SilverrNi-trate. Packings, Wire Diggers
Parts, Tamper Part Welding
Machine Parts and Threading
Machine Parts. TO BI OPENED
2:30 p.m., September 27, 1957.
Invitation may b obtained from
the office of the Superintendent,
Storehouse Branch, telephone 2 2-1086.
1086. 2-1086. FOR SALE: Silk eren proceee
paint, blue film standard, at your
general paint (tore. Phono 2-
FOR SALE: 1,012 meter hill hilltop
top hilltop lot, Rio Abajo; I plan for' a
home, very pretty and uniisual;
1 Hawaiian guitar (electric); 1
Hewailan guitar (with complete
course). My down fall is your up
lift. This oportuniry knock at
your -door only once 'la a life
time. Dont lose it. See Durcy at
House No. 55 91 East Street,
Ends Phone Strike
NEW YORK, Sept. 21 -1(UP)
Negotiators signed a contract
formally ending a four-day strike
by 23,800t telephone equipmtent
installers yesterday but tbe. bsck-to-work
movement was slowed on
nine Southern states by a new
A Western Electric Co. spokes spokes-man
man spokes-man said that outside the South Southern
ern Southern area more than half of the
installers returned to their jobs
today and others were expected
to report back shortly. In the
South, the return was "less than
Communication Workers of
America negotiators issued orders
i-ir a return to work shortly after
midnight Thursday when agree agreement
ment agreement was reached on a two-year
lontract calling for a" UJ-cent
hourly package increase. Chief
negotiator Joseph Dunne, said the
installer were ordered to report
back "as soon as they could. let
A hitch developed, however.
wben the CWA accused tbe South
ern Bell TeleDhone Co. of disci
plming employes for refusing to
cross picket line. The LTWA slid
it would file back-pay gravaaees,
Southern Bell said in a state
ment issued at Atlanta, Ga, that
some employes had been .disci
plined for refusing to cross picket
I inl mt Ittltlrtiflva Ant awf1 4l
Western Electric installers. It (aid
the eompsny respected tha. right
of its employes to refuse to cross
picket lines at buildings where the
installer actually worked. But
said, violated a CWA po-strike
agreement with Southern BalL
Tbe company denied that there
had been unnecessary delays in
taking employes .back oa the job.
Some, installers stayed away from
work today pending a clarifica
tion of the dispute. -Dunne
said Lett It mignt lake
SEBVIClWAve Tlvell No. 4 a CABMACIA ES1APQ8 UNIDOSJ4 Central Ave
ta usee Ave, No. 41
I atoot FABMACI4 SAS Vie ITorrae IN JIUVVlrAMU mu
. H 1 J . 1'
FOR SALtWRattsn dining 'room
"and- Irving room set,, excellent
condition. No.' 305 corner of
- Mexico Avenue and 40th atroot 1
FOR SALE--j Haywood Wake-
field Irvingrooin set include: 1.
oucht 2 chairs, .1 ffo table.'
Talophone Bal.' 3776, house
47 Carr St.."," t
Boats & Motors
IFOR SALE- l flbergUssed
boat w12 h:p." motor and trailer.
Qrt 025 8-A Oambo. Tel. Clay Clay-yon
yon Clay-yon 5259, during duty hour.
FOR SALE: B.rgalnl 26-t.
Cabin Crusier, "CAROLINE",
.100 h.p. Grey Marino gasoline
motor, 4 bunks, toilet, 2 foam
rubber: mSttrossos. SI 400.00.
See at Balboa Yacht tlub. Tele Tele-phono
phono Tele-phono Panama 3-2079.
LONDON. Sent; 21 (BISV- This
month I have discovered a trea
sure house deep in the woods
and not 15 miles from ixmaons
busv Piccadilly Circus.
It is a nlace of pilgrimage worn
most corners of :the. o m m 0 n-
weaitn. ... V. .
New Zealandert especially, I was
told, find, their,, war through the
rhiwlndnndrons and fern conblces
to this beautiful private' :-a 0 u s e
which, on the ground floor its own
eri have transformed into tiny
courtyards, make believe shop
ping streets and craftsmen's work workshops.
shops. workshops. How odd It seemed that this
flute Collection of Woodon By.
genes enshrining tha histary
of tha past 400 ynars in timber,
ad obleet -of almost every con-;
eolvabie ahapa -nW, fi
Icnewn ta New Zeslendere,. Auicv
traliens, CatadlattSi. fuests tretn.
the Union of South Africa,. A A-rrtorica,
rrtorica, A-rrtorica, India and Pakistan, and
yet have concealed its fascina
tiena Ifram me. i,
I llwi in tha same English
county of Middlesex, only three
miles away. '.
CONTAGIOUS INTI REST
Here was a literal rendering of
our English expression about not
being able to sec the. wood lor in
trees. ' '''' -v ...f ...f-For
For ...f-For it is wood in all its countless
adaptations which has its apotheo apotheosis
sis apotheosis in this little Temple in the
Woods, lovingly prepared and tend tended
ed tended bv Edward H. Pinto. Freeman
of. the City of London with' v 30
vears behind him in the business
of decorating and furnishing, and
a Liverymansnip m the C 1 1 y s
Worshipful Company of Turners.,
With Mrs. Pinto, an energetic
science graduate who has caught
the collectors fever as acutely as
her husband, be holds open house
for half the year. They are. not
given to' publicising themselves,
preferring to rely on the contagi
ous interest 01 visitors.
"Word.sdon sprekds," Pinto told
me as we stood beside the British
made wooden ancestor of the va
cuum cleaner, perhaps 150 years
old, with ita bellows for suction
and a nozzle not unlike its modern
Next to it were a saldies's wood
en carved button stick at least a
century old, and a breeches board
"Though our collection of 5000
pieces has been on display only
three yean, said Pinto, "it is
talked about .all over- the world.
We have been surprised by the
number of New Zealand visitors.
Strangely enough, there are many
more 01 inenvper nead of do ml la
tion than from Canada. News ob-
time to settle the Southern -dis
pute, but it would hare no effect
oraer. installers are employed it
all states axcept Maine, New
Hampshire," Vermont and Mem
una. Western Electric is 'the
manufacturing arm of the Amer American
ican American Telephone and Te'egrapa Co.
An eatisnated 130.000 nan.
striking telephone operators re
turned to Work foUowine with
drawal of the installers' 'picket
lines. ; ;
The new eoalraet. retroactive
to Aug. 20, is subject to union
rati'ieatien: The anion had sought
originally, a Li-cent hourly y,tft
hike. Installers presently airs
from HJt to ttlO ii aw. v
'm?k Uit of ffiiffi$y
PMECIAOOo T atreel He. 9 Aoencim
lSH tJt asaUta r ABSMCM WM-
iiHmtni Ave. and S3 St. PABMAUA
f-mlaut car; wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, wasing of
are,$5. Anto-Bano, Traa-Itb-mlen
Highway near Sears,
Tha best dinners and drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
her. Hotel International "Pla "Plata
ta "Plata S da Maya, ,
Refrigerator repainted. New
process.' Cad George : Pan. 3-
FOR SALE; Faw colored "Bex "Bexar
ar "Bexar Puppies"- A.K.C. registered
, pedigree. Navy Pacific 828-
viously; travels faster in a small
At home the children are appar apparently
ently apparently the best missionaries. They
come often in school parties. Near
ly always,'" Mrs. Pinto told me,
"some of them retuni the ame
weekend bringing thetf parents
with them on a 'conducted tour.
A' dummy shop-window, "At the
Sign: f the -Bush P," our in
trodoction 'in tno nu .
near Northwood, Middlesex.
This teUi the story of old-time
fire-making and lighting with Und Under
er Under and candle boxes. The tyranny
r h. tinrfnr-hnx. which often took
half an hour to function.-waa end ended
ed ended with the invention of friction
matches in 1826 by an Englishman,
John Walker, of Stockton-on-Tees.
IXQUISITE pis(,gssr.UKi w
Jext ,we come to a centuries
6M' ''drug store," or apothecary's
shop, with its walnut medicine ca
binets, folding rosewood i ear
trumpet, and a wooden adjustable
bandage winder, said to have been
invented bv Britain's nioneer of
Army nursing, Florence Nighting
ale; and used ny ner in me Cri Crimean
mean Crimean War of 1854.
From war te love er at least,
lava spoons. Tha Pinto have a
delignttul collection ai these 200-years-eld
trophies from Welos,
carvvd from sycamore weed by
tongue-tied wooer whose" hands
could express thnir love flies'
sagos better than their lips.-
Among the most beautiful
"shoos is the rurnnriage weus.
in the English county of Kent,, in
1608. The souvenir habit was strong
even then, as evidenced by wood
ware with mosaic patterns and piC'
tures sold to visitors. : ,k .'
Wooden back-scratchers used by
ladies in the 18th century seize
the attention in the Peruquier shop
window, which also includes an
early I7thentury shaving outfit
complete with wooden bleeding
In the tobacco and snuff box
line the Pinto claim to have the
biggest collection of curios in
England. Coffin-shaped wooden to-1
bacco casks were gruesomely po popular
pular popular si century ago; there are sev
eral on yiew, along with wooden
snuff rasps for grinding down to tobacco
bacco tobacco into smift , t.
For exquisite discomfort in the
cause of elegance I found nothing
to beat i the women's stay busts
of 300 years ago. 'These wooden
splint, marked with amatory
iexu, were rammed down tbe cor corset
set corset to produce a win waist la
the same section Vanity Fair-
were wooaea toou-pick cases and
eyebrow combs for the foppish
mate ..:;. v -i -:
vir fwnr coNCEits
' V'v' e r. ';
X wish there were spacer to tell
of more Pretty' conceits in this n n-nique
nique n-nique collection --rnore items like
the 17th-century lark tare, a Court
Jester's wooden bauble; and, a de department
partment department backboard, for making
schoolchildren eit tip atraight,
A aariewa yrpaa was erred
ay enony exhibit. Amen the
aciaatifie devices was a aet of
Napier's ones, engraved an box
4, with which the Scotsman
frm Napfer inveotad iogerirhms
ta the Uth eonrary. Another frta frta-we
we frta-we w Kia Charles ITs in.
Uid seadlal baa, dstiag from the
soma period. . t
- TWO nieces I Barlfnilarlv mvM.
ed.. One -was a mid-lSth-century!
teapot. Cop and saucer actiiallv
lunrea zrem - mulberrr 1 tree
which trew In ShairmM
dn at Stratford -on -Aran.
her ttenr belonged to one
2 ? ywld a-greateet opponeats
fthe "pernidous habit of tes tes-dmkmg,
dmkmg, tes-dmkmg, Joseph Nanway (1716-86).
TV beautiful rose engine-
lurnvq luaxano ta ngnua vitae
with kolas for U qoilla. -.
Haaway, 4 maa of great moral
farag, it beat remembered as
tea first persoai to walk around
Lendoa earryiag that new -fnangled
taventioo, the mnbr-Ua. He wss
jeered at dad aaltad with stories.
' ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
i DRAWER "A." DIABLO 1
'OX 1211. CRISTOBAL C.Z.
WANTIP. Dutch fimHy on
-child years) r av 3 bedroom
' chal.or apartment;' Campo'A
logre ar II Cangrejo.,. Phone 3"S'
6896,L.M.s.. v r.
1 ; 1. 1 --! r '"'I- T ' "
, WISHIN& TO RI NT Three or
" four bedroom house with tervice!
quarter in El Cangrajo o..Golf
Height, r Please call uy Ml ('
Newlsnd, Hotel Panama.
- v S1: 1 inn "ii m a, t ?t ml
CERTIFICATE FOR BETTY Mr. Betty Haberstick, Ft Ama Amador
dor Amador Service: Club director receives a certlflcata of '- accomplish-'
ment from Col. John D. Coney post commander of Ft. Ama
dor. The service club placed In
clubs participating: in the second. "All-Arm Operation. e3lc
Club" contest'.- 1 -V ' Wfl' Army Photo)
tr 1 'fw!iyy,j"""Tti
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LT. COL. M. E. DEERWESTER, UJS. Army Reserve, President,
and Lt. 8. F. Mason HI, U.S. Navy Reserve, Vice President
for the Navy, Canal Zone Department, Reseryefficers Ag.
jociatlon,. are shown during- r.:to-it'oasjMn'
George N. Wales, TJSN, Commandant Fifteenth Naval-rstdct.
Showing at Your Service
DIABLO HTS. l:S0 7:0 HgAMBQA 1:00- 7 vwf!
Er'rol Flvnn .ii "DESIGNTNQ WOMAW.S.
Cfo&tiF:- ; taesdayBi Boodle" v-
THir BIG BOODLaT?': GATUN?:3o.-,7:W
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4 Cangrejo,- Pan. S-0327, for
r 'classes in posture and dlnco
exercise for teen-ager r and
' women-who care.
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basio cereal and milk breakfast. ; ; ,r
NEA' Food and
Men past 40 who lead a sedenta sedentary,
ry, sedentary, non-physical, business lue are
warned not to put on weight if
they want to avoid middle ge de degenerative
generative degenerative diseases, particularly
.coronary and hypertensive diseas,
es. One effective approach to pre pre-ventisg
ventisg pre-ventisg obesity is toimprovethe
ventisg obesity is to improve the
breakfast pattern. .-.
That Is the warning of pWJe pWJe-remiah
remiah pWJe-remiah Stamler, assistant director
of the Cardiovascular Department
of the Medical Research Institute
of Michael Reese Hospital Chica Chicago.
go. Chicago. Dy. Stamler warns against the
"coffee and run" breakfast or the
breakfast too heavy in fats. ;'
College girls will find a new
tennis shoe with a wacm and wool
y,linlng a mandy thing ior cam cam-hn.
hn. cam-hn. ivmk this vear. It was develop
ed when a tennis shoe manufactur
er; discovered thai cocas weie
wering low-cut tesnis shoes s in
sleet and rain.' -,- "v'
The first fall clothes are in the
tnre .looinc fresh and pretty.
Now'a the time ;.to-1 buy, -while
there's a full range of izes and
colors. And don't get sidetracked
by those elearance sales unless
yon-see somiething that yoif know
' you really' seed and Will wear.s
. While you're getting summer
clothes ready for stotsge, weed
out those that you're unlikelyt o
wear again and send them to some
charity. It's wasting money to dry
clean or launder clothe that are
' NEW'YORK,NEA) Trendy both narrow and ftilL.flared lines.
' may come and. go but designer! sne likes the dorp arm-hole for
Pauline Trigcre continues to golootr suits aad dresses. She Is an
her own way, creating clothes fjaavocate of the easy f.tted look
great -individuality. .-: r 'for. onenece dresses, dresses un un-,
, un-, tivr clothes, consequently, are! marked at the- waistline except
rh.' tnnhic.f twrham for a bow.-
ticated and they demand both a Her short -evening gowns are, Egsnt featherweight mauve
flair for wearing clothes and a I usually cut with a neckline that's; wool sheath right is fwM
certain sophistication from tegn at the front, curving to aiwith tndescent paiUetes PaiUetes
wearer if they're to do their t-l low V in the back. fd fibnc togetner creat a eoter
anst (or her We show here a daytime auil, effect of miv,--dark pink and
This fall, her collection contains I and a evening dress from nt blue. Neckline is high at front.
A proper first meal should pro provide
vide provide at least one quarter of the
man's daily "nutritional require require-fents,
fents, require-fents, he points out,, and suggests
that it include fruit, cereal and
bread whole gram, ,' enriched -tor
restored), honey, marmalade" or
jam for spread, and nonfat milk.
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"Such a low-fat basic breakfast
maintains efficiency In the late
morning hours and will, help him
keep bis correct weight.
Low-Fat f Honey i Bran Muffins
(Yield: 18 medium -sized muffins)
Two cups all-purflose flour, 4
tablespoons baking powder, 3-4 tea
SDOoir salt. 2 cups whole bran ce
real. 1 tablespoon grated orange
rind, 1 egg,- well beaten, cup
honey, 1 1-4 cups nonfat milk, 1
tablespoon cooking oil or melted
Sift together flour, baking, pow powder,
der, powder, and salt; stir in bran and or orange
ange orange rind. Combine egg, honey,
milk, and oil and add to first mix mix-tare."
tare." mix-tare." Stir only1 enough to moisten
dry.iwgredients.Batter should not,
De smooin. mi Rreasea mumn
pans 2-3 full and bile in. a rot ov oven
en oven (400 degrees' F.) until done, a a-bout
bout a-bout 20 minutes.
not really becoming or useful to
you. ; t
Whenever you buy a new fasn fasn-ion.
ion. fasn-ion. ask the salesgirl if it should
be laundered or dry cleaned. And
if she doesn't know or the Hress
hs no hanff tag with instructions.
tell her you'll wait while she gets
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the needed j Information ior you.
; JHe most practical and the pret pretties
ties pretties short robe a eirl could own is
in pale blue wool jersey with' J6r,
der trim in silver emoroiaery. 11 s
nice to ieel both comfortable! and
attractive when, you're lounging a a-bout
bout a-bout the house.
way of getting and keepinf lovely figure. It's the only way
to keep muscles elastic and body lines trim. Here. Hollywood
actress Venetia Stevenson demonstrates three ways to a trim
figure. She does a simple waist-twisting exercise (left) to
whittle the midriff and keep bulges from accumulating. This
J By ALICIA HART
'Most of us have natural anti antipathy
pathy antipathy to exercise -possibly be because
cause because it seems like a long, hard
way. to lose weight. It's rough
."i. .s.nnvihM. i that regular
exercise is vital to our good looks
and that weigm leuumuu
its primary purpise.
, What we forget -Jn, that regular
exercise, m akes v Supple ad
graceful, firms .muscles, and a a-bove
bove a-bove all, improves blood circula circulation.
tion. circulation. This last is more important
than we may realize, for it helps
the body 1 throw f off waste and
aids immeasurably.; .iaicpnteoHtog
weight;1 ft wt' .'
out ; careful dieting nay, i
longerm way of tOver-aU reduc reduction,
tion, reduction, 'it : certainly is a .wonderful
way to take care of spot problems
such as heavy things '. and. bulky
waistlines. And anyone wbo devei-;
ops .the habit ;,wiU teU you
: There is no, need to go through
By MRS. MORlEIr LAWf R tN??
1 th 'w.huii liastTterm the 9-year
old daughter of a, mother. I Inow
got poor marns in iuuuiicw-..
current collection. The suit (left)
is in a soft, light a It-wool tweed.
It's cut with a ; fencer's jaeket
which st ope short at a snugly fit
ted "waistline. The front is straight
and on but too eel from-midriff to
overlv-atrenuous nor difficult, is the best
series of varied "and : difficult
calisthenics each day. Just few
simple exercises are air you need
to do. If.you hay a unwanted bulges
in irtin nlacet. be. sure to in
clude -one exercise that will work
toward eliminating them; If you
are so fortunate as to be satisfied
rith. vnur figure, devote about 10
or 15 minutes a day to those that
will keep that, figure limber.
v Morning is a good time to exer-
else, ior mere i
bpenet. And before you start, Its
a good idea to stand before an o-
pen window ana areaiua upi
To make regulat exercising seem
nf" hhre.-wh not tfy-t,with
radio tfi pB6hbgrapffk1musicf Re Remember,
member, Remember, too, -not to war anything
confining. Shorts and. a halten or
even an old bathihg suit are good
for the purpose. it
An old blanket placed ? on-the
floor Is a good place to exercise.
But if yiu feeV like going out and
buying an exercise mat, that's bet better
ter better still. When we've invested mon-
teacher made Iter promotion to the
fifth grade conditional on'' her at
tendine summer school and pits
ing'its tests. So the child attended
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n. aoon ner worm w" mn
and the occasional -A. When -she
was finally given her average, it
was a B. j
' Her father wis delighted 'with
her accomplishment;" What "her
mother said Was. "H you could do
B work this summer. I see So rea4
son why you cant .do A work next
' The next day the mother' came
to see me. She said, "My bus bus-band
band bus-band says I should rave shown
more pleasure in Joan's B instead
of talking about next term's A.
Do you think I made a mistake,
tOO?" ' ?
- "YeS. I do," I said.- ,-' v-
( I did not add, Ah well, Mrs.
So and So, we all make mistakes."
For the fact that a million oth other
er other -parents may feel dissatisfied
with a child's honest effort does
not justify such-dissatisfaction in
us. Not just for the child's- sake
but for our own, we need to up uproot
root uproot the greediness that demands
perpetual improvement of achieve
ment. To uproot tt, we may neeo
to experience the anxiety that will
lead ut to repent ine greediness.
We may require pain instead of a
oat on the head. :
Parents who are never satisfied
with what' A chiVfhas done are
people who are never satisfied with
4vhot they themselves have done.
1 So It is not friendly to- excuse
the pressures they put on the child.
- The friend is the pereon- who
warns, "If you refuse .to ihe time
1 to rejoice in what your child has
accomplished, you will never take
time to appreciate what you your yourself
self yourself have achieved. You may he-
self have achieved. -You may
eome so anxious tn nave some something
thing something better, that the good thing
you ve got has no reality for you.
This kind of dissatisfaction is bad."
In our country it is toe wide widespread.
spread. widespread. '
. it's a corruption of this nation's
old pioneer -apirit This land was
founded by people who were also
diocontend with what thry bad. The
difference between their healthy
discontent and ours is thst they
punned at frontier while we Just
poh at 'ourselves.
Today our restless need to keep
"improving 'everything from oar
children's School marks to ear de-
signs makes not for pioneering
strength but for increasing tension.
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can be done at odd moments during the day. Squatting eiercise
(center) is good, for thigh line and back, helps develop poise
and posture. Stretch exercise (right) prevents body Slump and
keeps you straight and talL The actress finds this an easy
exercise-to do whenever she has a few spare minutes. -Venetia
Stevenson wUl next be seen in "Darby's Rangers."
ey In a project, our enthusiasm is
not ant ti dim so uuicklv.
I've used the term regular exercise.-And
regular is just what I
meari. It takes only a few minutes
each 'day, but .carefully adhering
to the routine is the trick that
Hooking up an outdoor shower
for -children -will help wash off at
least' the top surface of play dirt
before the youngsters go into the
house. A word of- caution, though:
a heavily perspiring youngster
should. not be-llowed '-to jump
unoer a ca stream Of water.
WhyI drive yourself washing
and ironing curtains during sum
mer months? Plastic draperies in
patterns and print now are de designed
signed designed with taste end often re resemble
semble resemble cloth.' There is 10 need to
apologize for using them. They can
be spruced up with a short spong
ing wnne still at the-windows.
Modern dishwashers 'are suppos supposed
ed supposed to do everything -but eat, for
their owners. However, avoid Dut-
ting .wood iitchenwafj into the
dishwasher. Prolonged. ; wetting
causes wood to swell and crack.
Kow- that you have the latest
in uaiypso fashions, how 4o care
for. them ? To iron ruffled items,
work on the body. of the skirt on
the right side first. Then tunt -in
side out and-iron the ruffles', start
ing irom the top.. v
A cotton pllsse sleeping Jag for
Baby is a walking convertible.
Washable, it offers draft-free sleep
ing comfort for .the little ones,,. It
stays closed, at the bottom while
Baby sleeps, converts to anklets
and cuffs when he is awake. 4A
matching oap and booties complete
With larger families and more
home centered activity, the two-
parlor system' is winning the home-
maker s vote. A comfortably ca
sual room intended for informal
family living supplements a more
dressed-up and sedate living room
in manv homes. iBuilt on additions.
basements, porches, attached gar
ages all have been drafted to
Oil the demand. .,
' Although the trend in living
room furnishings is toward the
more format and eleoanL furnish
ings for a family room reflect the
easy going spirit. Here ine em
phasis is on a cheerful, attractive
place simple to take care 01 ana
as damage proof aa possible.
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Metal and plastic combine In
their bid fur the iob. New informal
furniture of -the two materials
boasts strong construction; smooth,
mar-resistant surfaces; softer styl
ing. 1 ', -;
There's none of the chilly, ef efficient
ficient efficient look that used to nark
metal furniture. Soft bronze and
brighter brass finishes lend
warmth to tubular steel frames.
- Plastic tops adopt, warm, wood wood-grained
grained wood-grained finish. Plastic uphol upholstery
stery upholstery fabrics take color cues from
other bbme furnishings, with soft
ibsdet of beige,, pumpkin, blue
ond creen as well as the still-po-
1 pirtar charcoal and white.
- Included in we variety ot einei
te sets are those with 42 -inch round
extension topi which make them
rtoub!y useful in a family roof
for dining and games or hobbies.
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makes exercise the beiuty wonder wonderworker
worker wonderworker -it is. ;. ;
Form the habit and don't skip
even a day, You'll find that your
figure will stay trim, you'll feel
S glow of health and look prettier
man you ever did before.
. Beauty Tips
1 Sunglasses, w h i I e protecting
the eyes, also may lead to a
wnite- nngea rooK.ii you are ex
posed to brilliant sunlight for long.
Occasionally remove them when
in a position where glare will not
strain the eyes, put where you
can sun get some sun. ,,
. Give complicated hairdos a
vacation during summer. Save
that enticing hair-style photograph
and have your beauty operator try
it on you next fall. For summer
choose something becoming, but
, Prolonged driving puts a strain
on .the' feet of 'the. driver. A
change if shoes and hose will
give some relief. Stop for peri periodic,
odic, periodic, rests, walk around and wrig
gle your toes and ankles.
Jagged and dirty nails do little
to enhance a woman's hands.
Even .if you don't have long,
graceful hands, your can look
much better than tbey do. Avoid
using your nails on a job that
calls for scissors, pliers or a ham
mer. This cuts down on broken
or split nails.
Attractive Ww-t fnniitnre and aeeeseories Tmrnktk thia family J'--,rU,UffbVpji
fable tope aad tovme-ftaislie tabular eUet fraases are atnrdy aad easy U care far. Sue eowr
In nUid net raHaln hlfbltKM le hrni lr srbeme, ..-
Prices vary, of course, but some
-well designed, well-made and
widelv distributed collections are
truly budget-priced. An outstand
ing example is a new collection 01
metal framed furniture that owes
its low price tags mainly to mass
production techniques. One family
room I saw was furnished with
sectional sofa, arm-chair atop
By A1LEEN SNOODY,
SOUTH PASADENA. Calif.
NEA) There's more betwixt' a"
house and its bathroom than a
burning night light The house's
complete color scheme may stem
from this room.
The woman who says that color j'
in the home is set by the decora decorative
tive decorative scheme of the bathroom is
teased about a pink men's room
she designed for an aircraft
plant. ; r (
But Margaret Hargreaves ig ignores
nores ignores derisive snorts. She directs
her seven day week at Custom
Color in South Pasadena with a
knowing twinkle in her eye. She
explains her role as color stylist
10 mean coior designing or en engineering.
gineering. engineering. "I use the scientific and mathe
matical approach to harmonize
colors in homes or factories," she
saia. a lormer department store
decorator and color consultant
for a British architectural firm
sne nas considerable experience
in appiymg tnese methods. So
much so that she has nlgntday
and Saturday staff.
So far this year she has worked
out color for interiors and exte
riors of 23,800 homes in 50 housing
developments m California.
The bathroom theory gets a
workout in these homes.- "I use
bathrooms, coordinated with as asphalt
phalt asphalt roofing Shingles, to key
these home colors for a practical
reason. These are the materials
that have to be ordered first."
Color engineering is very im important
portant important today, she stressed. Color
alone is not effective. It ts the
way it is used in harmony with
something else the overall ef effect.
fect. effect. She believes color is more Im Important
portant Important than food, which opinion
recalled a color experiment with
food. Diners lost apetites over
such, items as green steaks and
purple green beans.
With an '"Ugh"' for the green
steaks, she j added, "Many un unhappy
happy unhappy marriages are due to color
... and color can cause more
family arguments ..."
The extra pounds sometimes (call
ed "haby fat" are, frequently the
bane of a teenager s existence
And there's pniy t One way to get
rid of them, :Diet. This doesn't
mean fad diet or liquid diet or pills
It means a sensible diet outlined
by your doctor. And once you have
it, you must stay with it. You must
form the habit of counting calo
ries if you want to rid yourself of
that chunky, thick-waisted look.
You'll have to give up cream
sauces, fried foods, candy, rich
desserts and between-meal snacks.
Fine. It's better for your heslth
and your skin as well as your fig figure.
ure. figure. When the rest of the gang has
double malteds and hamburgers,
you'll have to have fruit juice. One
way to keep yourself on a diet is
to buy the dress of your dreams
in the size you'd like to be and
stick with your sensible diet un until
til until you can wear it, By that time,
your food habits will have chang changed
ed changed so much that you won't even
want french fries.
, Contrary to 'a popular notion,
bright red lipstick will not en enhance
hance enhance pale skin. It will only make
white skin look whiter and pasty
in the bargain. To lend color to a
white skin, use the pink tone. Pink
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tables, round dining table and (ouri
modernized captain caaira ior
Upholstered nieces m this room
are covered in a gold-flecked beige1
plastie and the metal frames are
finisred in bronie. -"' V
Also part of this eoUectioa art
conventional aofas, side chairs, c-
caskmal tables of various sues and
Why is color- sweeping thai
country? Mrs. Hargreaves feels
it is the influence of the West on
the East. Fixtures, floor cover coverings,
ings, coverings, vinyl tilea, for -example,
come from all over the' country.
These are designed o' fit' the
tastes of the WesJ. "'
"I use bright colors, for exam example,
ple, example, in sunny chines to keep tbe
sun from eating up the'Color4"
she said. w ,.
And the pink men's ror.m?1
"It is really cor.il and gray
with pepper and salt walls,; she
explained. "I designed itfor
Northrop in Hawthorne.
"Womenif you know. hav cnl.
orful lounges in which to smoke,
take off their shoes and elax.
But for men. no such thine.
Stark, steel gray or some- such"
auu coiir nas been their lot.
"Industry, however, is getting
wise to the relation of color And
fatigue. So I did the 'pink men's
room' as their relaxing haven.?
bd Only. :
in liquid foundation, a tinge of -Pink
in nnwrter and rip-fmitoW n
rouge, a pink-red or blue-red liu-.
stick. This will bring tire "needei
glow jo the .skin and banish that
tired, defeated look that wonen
with very white skin so often have,
Getting ready for sound 'sleep'.
(one of the best-known aids to beau'
ty) is a gradual process of, un
winding. It involves the reversal,
of the speeded-up process you ust.
to get things Accomplished -during
the day. Fewer women would com complain
plain complain of insomnia if they substitute
ed a book for a late Ty show,, took
a warm bath and drank a glass. ot
and six cups of coffee. They'd, at
so have more luck with sleep iJ
they moved about quietly, saw,tt,
it that their bed dovers were boti,
light and warm, and' keptilh
noise, in their homes to a Jhinfc,
mum. The American reliance? oj,
sleeping pills is'vthe worst kind
of habit. And it's a habit that
doesn't take recognition, of Iv.thi '.,
fact that for centuries people, ol
along without sleeping pills. -Out
side of illness, nature has ej.i$
ped most of us with the ability U
sleep easily at night if we?woT;
with our bodies, not against them
rectangular dinette tables
chairs with open or upholster
backs. ,- v :
Furniture alone doesn't make
room. Modestly priced fabrics t
wide widths and rru-p pattern
jeep the cost of curtains .nowi
There's also- a better -than-usus
selection of attractive inexpensiv
lamps this faU. 1
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ARDE took deep breath and
P Nan' smiled at him waniy..
"To go back, to tne nignt 01 me
iccideut," he said with renewed
Wei, vallev said this morning
that she had asked Kurt to meet
fiPi1 down on the Dier, where she
is had indeed been meeting him at
flight her plan had oeen to
l.ll .him -that chn U1IS rptliminff tO
New York, that sne was weaving
Z Bayard. She meant to tell him
& That she could not goon doing what
the had been doing tc her sister..
f Jan leaned torwara. nuu
while she was going down the hill
tn teU Kurt that." she said tensely,
4 I was sitting up here at home in
this very room planning to re-
lease him, to tell him that I knew
" he belonged tC.Valley." Her head
tossed. "And he did, too! They be-
-r longed to each other1!"
. Garde had asked this question
" before; but not so pingnantly as
j he put it now. ''Did you love him,
She turned so that she could look
,f directly into his face. "I thought
I did, Garde, xes i aia wve
, "We all loved the boy, said
5 her father. "He's a fine young
- man." :
I Nan looked at Garde, and their
7 ves smiled t little. "Yes," she
' 'V said softly, "Kurt is fine."
" "Wa -think," Garde resumed
'that, without telling that he hac
erven the evidence to Valley. Dr,
Tom probably told Kurt the whole
"Z, tnrv of what had -haDoened. that
he may have done this just before
the trial, perhaps telling mm 10
'w keep still, assuring him that they
would not onvict on circumstan circumstan-v
v circumstan-v tial evidence alone. If it began to
KPm that they would. Dr. Tom
i promised to produce some evid evidence
ence evidence which he had, and to testify.
"But. as we all knew, they did
- convict Kurt, and the old doctor's
stroke prevented his testimony."
t The explanation seemed so logi
cal now, so odvious a was so
asv to fill ill the gaps.
The rector was the first to
speak. "Valley did wrong. ."
--"She'i paid lor it."
Yes. Well, there are things to
1 do. now. ." ...
"They are being done, sir. As
' I told you, we went to the county
(sourt, and in view of this new evi evi-!
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Of course at the time, a check
would have revealed, that Ben had
recently tired a gun. ut no cnecK
was imade no gun was found. To
day they took the fingerprints
from the gun lifted them is the
term and none ere those of
The rector's, head went up, and
Nan s; their eyes were concerned,
"Oh, Garde.. ."
He "nodded. "This morning. Val
lev r thought of vthat too. As did
Kurt, Jl am sure, when he kept
SUU auuui wimt ui liiuci uou iviu
him, lest it convict Dr. Tom i. But
Mr. Peredoe thinks If the old man
or his guardian would make a
statement to the effect that he had
stabbed Laurent in selfdefense
perhaps appear before the grand
iurv with such a statement there
would be a quick dismissal of all
charges.'. i; ?
GARDlJsmiled at her, .nodded
and stood ud. touching the knot of
his dark red tie, straightening the
set of his erav -eoat. He wok a
deep breath and spoke formally.
"Sir he addressed tne rector,
"may I ask your daughter to. mar marry
ry marry me?"''1 ''
Mr. Staniield looked up, a twin
kle in his blue eyes. "Which daugh daughter?"
ter?" daughter?" he asked.
Mr.'. Stanfield looked V up, a
twinkle in his blue eyes, "Which
dauchter?'! he asked. ; '
Garde nodded, his cheeks deep-
1.. U7oll ho till) "oilh-
er one would do nicely,1 of course.
But if I have druthers, sir I feel
that I would choose Nan for it is
her I love most dearly."
The rector now was nodding, 'I
thought 'twould be Nan." he said
softly... "I thought 'twould be;"
With a beneficent 'glance, at his
daughter,; he depafted.
Garde watched him go, then lie
reached for Nan's other .hand and
stood gazing down into, her face.
"I do love you, Nan," he said deep deeply.
ly. deeply. "I love you and I want you. But,
nh. first 'of all. I want vou to be
happy and to feel safe in yourtap-
Her eyes searched his face, and
her Bps moved. "I never had that
with Kurt,';, she said, her voice
low. "It was an V-cited sort of
happiness, and I guess' I always
knew that it wouldn't last."
"It would last with me," he said
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THE SCHOOL TEACHER
AND THE MOBSTERS!
i CUBTIS -PAVAN RO LAN 0
r V- ;irfOos."
IN ClNIMASCOra j
JEAN SIMMONS-PAUL DOUGLAS j
' ANTHONY FRANCIOSA ; J-
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fhthXnfwrSlSS o?tt CZPederationof Women'. Clubs, 3. Mrs. W. c.-Goraas vlce v
lelmVi of : the superintendent
'r the Panama Railroad and. 8, Mrs.. John-Burkev ; ,;V WtV O, -t ' J-l ; ""A c-4 r.-'.-v5',, 4 V' V 'V '
tel Washington on Sept. 27, fifty years. to to-day ftorrr
Septra? 1907,:ia the .Cristobal clubhous&;S;$ u, iiU
It was one or tne iirst on seven cm ds wmcn compnsea ine wi'uuq,jn-v
eration,of Women's Clubs in 1907, and is the only one that has remained in, con
tinuous existence.- ' '''s ':;;.:Av''3:.''' v w' t'"'. "i''':' -.
When the United States-undertook the construction of the Panama Canal.
the well-being of the workers, was as vital a problem as that of engineering
technicaUties. Even though the physical environment was improved by anita-'
tion programs and recreation was prbvidefl through Y.M.C.A.' clubhouses, the
workers still missed their home and family life.
A special commissioner, Miss Gertrude Beeks, was sent to the Canal Zone
in the summer of 1907 by the U.S. Secretary of War, William Howard Taft, to
study and make recommendations for the Preform of social conditions.
The report maae oy miss xseess was immeuiateiy pui, cucw uj w"u6r;
; Helen Varick Boswell from the National Civic Federation in New York to1,
Canal Zone for the express purpose -of forming women's clubs there.' ;
the. Canal Zone for the
Miss Beeks made the following
"One need is the organization of
women's clubs,' with definite ob objects.
jects. objects. A Canal Zone federation of
women's clubs could be allied with
the General Federation m. the U'
nited States. Such clubs could or
ganize into ladies'' aid societies, to
take an interest in public schools,
in the entertainment of patients at
the hosDitals in orsanrzinc bar
eaus for mending bachelors gar
ments, children's playgrounds,
and renters for securing servants.
There could be study, clubs, mu
sicals, card parties,' bowling, con contests,
tests, contests, afternoon teas, and small
ernuns to entertain Bachelors at
dinner occasionally. .' Such clubs
would provide an object in life for
the wives of the jemployes and re relieve
lieve relieve monotony.',.
The Canal Zone Federation ;-of
Women's Clubs was. organized on
Oct. 12, 1907, at the Hotel Tivoli
under Miss Boswell's supervision.
The seven clubs comprising the
Federation were the Cristobal,. An-
con, Pedro Miguel, Gatun, Farai Farai-so,
so, Farai-so, fmpire, and Gorgona wom women's
en's women's clubs.
Mrs. George W.. Goethals -was
elected president of the -Federa
tion, Dut ner social auues as wue
of the chairman of the Canal Com Commission,
mission, Commission, prevented her from being
an active president.
Mrs. Lorin C. Collins, president
of the Cristobol Club, was also first
vice president of the FederaUon.
Udod her devolved the organiza
tion of Programs and drafting of
bylaws for both the Club- and the
Federation during the first year.
So successful was. she. in guid-
ins both orsanizations : that the
General Federation of Women's
Clubs in the -United States amend amended
ed amended its bylaws to admit -the Canal
Zone Federation to membership in
June, 1908. Previously, the Feder Federation
ation Federation had admitted only those
clubs which had been organized
for more than one year.
The first Cristobal Woman's
Club yearbook listed Tl member.
Fifty years later, the membership
has grown to 177 women. With the
exeeotion of a slums to about SO
members about the time tne Ca
nal was opened when so many
of the .canal diggers left for home
the membership has grown
steadily, with only oe mention' in
the minutes of a membersip cam
paign. ? i :,'
riritf affairs-have actively to
terested the members of the Club
throoeh the rears. Some of its
very early projects were a drink
ing fountain for cab. horses, ub ub-lic
lic ub-lic flargrounds In Cristobal and
in Colon, agitation for a public
kindergarten sponsorship of bet
tar movies at the clubhouaea,
Q n i r a a c
o man 5 vi uu niiui y
t- Tinnnnr !iln;ii.)'!
For several years the Club paid,'
the expenses for educating a blind
boy of Colon. Graduates .ot Cris Cris-tobol
tobol Cris-tobol High School. "were1, awarded
$100.00 scholarships for -some
, In 1918 the Club established a
circulating library at the, Gilbert
House. When the Cristobal branch
of the Panama Canal library was
opened in 1930, the Gilbert House
library. was closeoV.. Vv:v'"'."-
. Members of the Cristobali Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club have annually aold TB
Christmas seals aided in register registering
ing registering people for First Aid classes classes-enrolled
enrolled classes-enrolled supporters for the Cru Crusade
sade Crusade For Freedom: Inaugurated a
Good Citizenship campaign with
emphasis on absentee voting; writ
ten letters to congressmen on
problems affecting the Canal Zone,
and have taken part in every civ civic
ic civic campaign on the Atlantic side.
Philanthropic work has been a
year-round activity of the -Club
during all its fifty years. Perhaps
its most famous and generous phi philanthropy
lanthropy philanthropy was the Free ... Clinic
which opened In 1921.. The Clinic
functioned in the Colon Health Of Office
fice Office building and provided for the
care and feeding of babies, for
pre-natal supervision of mothers,
and for general clinical treatment
and medicine for the young. -The
Cristobal Woman's Club paid all
bills for the Clinic includng those
for food and medicine, salaries erf
the. maids, janitors, and nurses.
The Free Clinic was served by
doctors who were never paid for
the time their so generously gave
to the work. The tens of thousands
who attended the Clmic-will nev never
er never forget Drs. Byrd, Eno, Doten,;
Panio. Tivlor. Burke. Hearne. El
lington, Gobetti. and de Costa, Go Gomel..
mel.. Gomel.. -.. ... 1
During the depression of lszi
and 1922, a soup kitchen was estab established
lished established in a corner of the Gilbert
House frourtdsv with clubwomen
making and serving hundreds of
bowls of soup each day. ; ; -In
addition to the Free Clinic
and aoun kitchen, the Cristobal
Woman't Club has always main maintained
tained maintained a philanthropy program a-i
mong the indigent of colon, t oa
and dothmg. mediciaes. help with
rent payments have been given to
deserving families, "since ue aues
from members provide -only a
imaU part of the money neces
outsiders have bee generoua with lsthmui and transit through the
d0Mons. - Caaal.: The GUbert House was
Colo. merchanU, Canal Zone used for "At Hemes for aerv.ee aerv.ee-and
and aerv.ee-and Panama organizations and in- men. for Red Cross-meetings, for
dividual! have continuously Aelped USTA meetings, fer surgicsl aesa aesa-with
with aesa-with their contributions. Canal ig groups.
.ii.ln. 4nnt aivt With al their -work for Other!.
sary to maintain socn a program
tovs each Christmas, to help-tha,
dub nro cram-- .
P I ; P a
at the Ho
its founding on Friday,
v i : J
Evrv: Thursday morning of ef-
ry year, the Club's philanthropy
committee gives packages of rice,
milk, tea oats, soup, sugar' and
. a .T:- ..J- -l J! J.
soap to uie-agea auq inuiKeni.
Each' recipient hat been 'investi
gated to determine his or her need.
At present there are 78 persons on
tne tjuo.s list v-ano' eacn oi uie
78 ha children or grandchildren
who are' also destitute:--: :
Used clothing is collected from
Club "members and. distributed. At
Christmas and at Easter,- a spe special
cial special effort Is made to provide each
family- on the- list with a little' ex
tra food and one hew article of
Some of the Indigent receive a
small amount of money from the
Club funds, to help with rent payol
ments. A lev. excepuonai cases
are provided with, medicines pre-
Mkt V PnlntN hoiiltsinail'lBrkA
BVIltW tJj vviuu v. stasias w hw
donate their time and skill.- .-.
By their unselfish and, unpubli-
eized philanthropy work through
out tne fity years ot me uuoi
existence, the members of the
Cristobal Woman's Club have put
into practice the final words of
their Collect: ."Let us not forget
In line with hi d vie and phl-
lantnropie interests, tne j,iud nas
alwaya been actively connected
with the work of the American Red
Cross on the Atlantic side, ),
When the United States entered
World War I in 1917. the Club im
mediately formed a Red Cross de-
partment which was tne nuciens
for the later Atlantic side chapter
of the Canal Zone Red Cross. Not
content with daily groups ox worn
en sewing, rolling tandages. pack
ing comfort kits, the Club mem members
bers members threw open the Gilbert House
for tne entertainment oi Aaatra
lian and New Zealand re-deploy
merit troops. LeUers of com men
datio from those countries at
test the appreciation of the men
for the -cakes and milk and ice
cream and general' friendliness
given- to- them by the Cristobal
Woman a ciuo members.
Durina World War. TL CJub
members were also members of
the Red Cross .First Aid Corps.
Canteen Aides, Grey Ladies,
Home Nursing Corps, Motor Corps,
and all the other obases of Red
Cross war work. They were also
aetiva members of the USOA in
its program of entettainment and
solace lor troops stationed n the
the Club members still fownd time
prwdav htarary,. ansieal.. and
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OFFICERS FOR FIFTIETH YEAR Officers f or the 50th year of the 'Cristobal Woman's Club
aro (seated,) left to right: Mra, George W. Wertz, friendship Chairman,-' Mrs. Peter ,W. Dun Duncan
can Duncan torresponding secretary- Mrs. William L. Brooks, president Mrs. W. W. Patton treas treasurer
urer treasurer Mrs Arthur T. .Wilder, iecond vice president, (standing) Mrs.-William F. Grady, histo-
-rtan! Mrs. Rudolf W Rubelli, civic liaison cf fleer: Mrs J; Finley Meehan, auditor; Mrs. Rob
ert L. Koenlg, recording1 secretary; Mrs.. Arthur J. McLean,1, social chairman," rs. George J.
Roth proyram ehairriutn; Mrs., Perry Francey, co-chairman 'of phllantrophy4 Othefvof fleers
not afaowa are Mrs. K. F.. McClelland, first vice. president;;.Mrs.. Edward J. Henriquei. and
MrS M. F. Dunn, co-chairmen ot finance; Mr Arthur U Logan; publicity; Mrs. John M. Pur-- ;
vis music chairman; Mrs. Robert A.Allim co-chairman of philantrophy; Mrs.; Andrew Mete,, i
.gar, rta apd crafta ihirmw4i:rr.
cultural programs at their7nontn
lv meetines. Among me
famous speskers were CoL George
W Goethals, Col. W.fG .wrfaa,
pHt WUliam H. Taft.' Wd-
liam Jennings Bryan, Mrs. Came
Chapman Catt, Miss Mary Wopl Wopl-leyDr.
leyDr. Wopl-leyDr. Edith HaU Swift, Dr.. Ju Julius
lius Julius MaU.; - '
v The Cecilia Chorus, ; composed
of Club members, provided many
musical programs during ear early
ly early years of the Club. In latter
years, many open meetings were
held at Cristobal High School, Wilh
school musical organizations pro-J
viding the emertammenu xiecipm xiecipm-cal
cal xiecipm-cal meetings with the Ancon Mor Morning.
ning. Morning. Musical Club were enjoyed
for several years. Concerts by
visiting artists, were always active actively
ly actively supported by the Club.
Tn i9i9 two very famous projects
were undertaken by the Club
k Wamio'i Erhanee with its
vrie of handmade articles, and
the jGilbert House. Lunch Room
with rt Justly" famous pastries ana
food. The profits from these two
projects helped to pay the ex expenses
penses expenses of the Free Clime during
us years of operation.
The early Horn department of
h Club served as a symposium
of ideas for tropical home-making.
In recent years, the tiuo mem members'
bers' members' have enjoyed classes in in interior
terior interior decorating, textile painting,
cake decorating, bridge lessons,
poUera making, and batea paint-
-. ;-. .L- v.
With tia ciubbouse or ns own i
the early -days. Club -meetings
YWC.A clubhouse mi
a tokM Tof appreciation for its
J.Mhwic IcUvitiei TtheCristobal
wSa?i OuS w granted J
m of the Gilbert House by tie
Panama Xaiiroad Co.
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The Gilbert House, built in 18S8
by the old Pacific Mail Steamship
Co., was later the Office of An
drews Co. f rom 1903 10 iwe, tne
famous Isthmian f. poet, ? James
Stanley Gilbert, lived in- the build building
ing building which later bore his nam.
Club members like to believe that
it was during his residence there
that he wrote his famous' poem
"The Land of the Cocoamit Tree."
: During the 35 years that' the
Woman's Club' occupied the Gil Gilbert
bert Gilbert House, the building .was the
center ot nea vrosa acuvmes, ue
meeting- place for members, the
site for operations of the Woman's
Exchange and Lunch Room, add
headquarters for the Club's phi philanthropy
lanthropy philanthropy work, ;
Bv 1951. however, the "years and
the weather had taken such torn
that the Gilbert House was offiH
cially condemned by the Panama
Canal, and .the Woman's Club was
ordered to vacate the building n
October. 1951. Today, only a few
palm trees mark the site of the
Gilbert House on the edge of the
Canal behind the Colon railroad
The Cristobal Woman's Club
sratefullv accented the offer by
the Red Cross of temporary club club-rooms
rooms club-rooms U its Cristobal building
and six years later is still in '.tem
porary Club neaoguaners.
As its second half century
activity begins, the
Woman's Club is looking forward
to building a new clubhouse. A aite
has-been granted to the Club in
Margarita, on a mil-top, ana mem-
igriwing Club will be able, tome
phi-ibow, to finance a building there,
Since most of the Cmb'a income
has been and will continue to .be
used for, philanthropy worx, tneiai- e cwuTwiea m woj w
uiiainj x una wiu
,i J "t
through extra activities. The first,
of these fund-raising activities is
the publication and sale of a 1958
The-Engagement Calendar will
be placed on sale at the Club's
anniversary reception on Sept. 27.
The 13 black-and-white illustra.
lions- are pictures by members, of
tne Auanuc. vamera uuo. t j -'
f:-v---.'nr1;. ,.:X:'; ''
Officers of the Cristobal Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club for.the coming year are:
president, Mrs. William L. Brooks;
first vice president, Mrs.,E. F. Me
Clelland; second 4 vice president,
Mrs. Arthur T. Wilder; corres corresponding
ponding corresponding "secretary, Mrs. Peter W.
Duncan; recording secretary,
Robert L. Koenic: ireasurer. Mra.
W, Wayne Patton. s .
US Judge Strips
NEW YORK. Sept. 21 -fUPU.
Federal Judge Edward Wetinf eld
today atripped a former Austrian
of. his American citizenship for
conspiring to transmit U.S. mUa mUa-tary
tary mUa-tary secrets to Russia,
Federal officials said Curt Tn.
pold Ponger. 44. now serving a
term of 5 to 15 years in Federal
Penitentiary at Atlanta. tGa
would be deported when released.
Ponger became V? aaturalizej
citizen in 1943- while servina ia
the V.S. Army.; Following his di
(charge, he took up resrfence a
Austria. He was ; arrested there
and brought to hu country, for
1ft- W. '''""X:!U'.l-t'''1'.'''i
; Ipii ife f&cA Detective Who- : y"'A
I V. v ibm T?i One If You Can!
p6 you read rtiystery stuncs, BlandingY" asked
U inspector Ulmet Sharp ,
. "Sumetimes 1 du when I'm not chasms" eruuKs,
km DeteoUve Blanding answer .'
Then you might recall the classic problem ot the
tealed room where the Dody is tound and all the
windows and doors are closed from the insider
"Yea, but the mystery story wrttet comes' up with
' tome simple explanation ot. how the KUler jfot ut
' and out of that room.!
The lnspectot rettlled nis, pipe pefore- he spoke
again. ."Now, Blandlng, here is a new twtst on the
sealed room gambit,' The other day case cam up'
that puzzles everybody.; when I explain, it u th
following manner , -
"The owner ot a hardware store, Algernon rhrog rhrog-morton,
morton, rhrog-morton, was tound dead ui his car He had oullet
la his hafd and the gun was beside nim on the seat
The ear was completely closed from tht inside, i'hat
is, the doors Were rocked, the windows all the way
up. In prdet to remove the corpse.-the police had
to break through the window ot the IV50 convertible.
pull up the button on (the door and then open it )'
Wisef Word rt. Cryptogram
THICKJC'S wisdom trom Uervantea, unmort&i
.author ot Don Quixote, In this substitution cryp- .i
, togTam fox you to solve. r,
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Bt'I W (i B t, W W.v V U 1 'Hi s a 4 t x k A X
eqi 4JMSJd m tlV 0 XpsiApas qx los
; ; -: -'
'Wijmt Required in a Minute
TpHlFRB) art two certain numbe'rs, the square oi
X the first plus the -square, of the second equals
eight' Also, the first number plus the product ot
; the first and second equals six.
. figure this out in your -mind. What are the two
r iMjnoa IP ptni oa.i n ueqaino qj ibohbior
f;Ybu Could Say There's
A Song In This 'Hart'
i 'Subsequent investigation in indicated
dicated indicated that i'hrugtimrUiri ought
not oe a mcide after U. We
. learned frum -other members ot.
.the family that ne nad a quarrel
- jver r: money matter with hi
nephew Fhe dngerprutts ot. the
' nephew were tgund on certain
':: parts of the eu as well as on
thi gun In the nephew's room,
: we found ammunition tor the
, "However, one thing stumpeo
the police -' No snots, nad been
tired through any part ot the car,
: How did the killer manage to' get
Algernon rhrugmorton though
the car was found closed from
the insider ; C
! Blanding didn't figure out the
wlqtlun. Can you T
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piu.U iuojj itiipu4t pti uoop
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- iflK PA V OFF
YOU pay a jdebt ot sucty-flve
dollars wlUj seven bills, riot
one of which Is a one-dollar' bUl.
' "lllt iIlop-j A0 'JVHOp
AO eoe Jnop i too iuooos'
WH() IS 'WHO' Can -Drive -. S $01 WOLBOU'l lHli ,tum rHSI VAYr
VT-Wil Uhnstian or pven namw f 1 I -,T j-v 'r J L ,t vvHiTIi; ttagi.
of Small ;.Huuttt .acoon OU UOttV V I' ll V V "TX TV K g7 LW
EUi i,, Ottu ano Kupert out not
, ui that ordei respix't.tvetv H'tom
the'" following Clues, determinf
what u the first name ot each vl
' the tour men. A
, KUian ano Arthur entered the
restaurant uigeUier. -"Hi,
there. HmiUt," said fcJUian.
"Is Jacobson bare?'? added Ru Rutherford.
therford. Rutherford. i1
-fNo." said Booth.
Otto salt down.'
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ni()g too i i pJoj-iaqinH oi0
vq inncu mm iv h uvirm ion oqu
tnog plnp a nniu aneqnMf kit
- inqi.tv pin oiio oqa inq loamjd
V; ion si aotqojsf juip iaiinioH
OOZkR and MJooaer painted
. three new chicken-houses ot
- identical size and shape. Oozer,
working alone, painted one house
In four days. v.
But it took Boozer, also 'work"
Ing alone, twelve days to paint a
i second house, -i
So Oozer worked with Boozer 1
on the third house. ICach worked
at the same rate of Speed as be before.
fore. before. It took them .how many,
days to finish the third house 1,
;2, 8, 4, 5T
Xp Mjqi OII) HOOlJI IMMIOT
h crXTBUCN black dots, evenly
' "J spaced, are painted 'on each
of the six, sides qt the cube pic pictured
tured pictured above. ', ,- -'
'Suppose the cube is dj video
"uito U4 s cubes 'identical in mze.
When the wmali cubes nave oeen
separated from each other, now
many will be found to have three
dots, now many two dots, how
many one dotT
A good way to approach thi
' problem la to determine first, how'
manyi dot there are m'alL
" : -Top Mjqi Miq mm 'na put
r)op OAi teu H op oo
III k iP i inotni 4 m i)uo;
if1 o iqSie Miru own H qi jo
, moo m to fjoi e 10 -eapii i jo
:. qaae no eiop ai are reqj i fay
chlet ot the- intx
n a k e s reguiai
trips to the vtl
lages of each oi
On one visit, be
made a quick trip
to the tepees oi
the, bear clan ano
returned by a dit
Starting at tht
lower left cornei
taee arrow), set
U you can follow
White Eagle i
route w 1 1 o o u
running. Uito any
lead ends anc
navlng to retrace
part ot your
WHY should fe
m a o n i
carries a water
always be anie U,
quench bis thirst 1
) Jin qiajit
JA oi aimtoefl
Vear to. CTUDY
It May Seem Impossible ro You, But
A CO A inlSSrepS ; Cross-fibres
Dare in six.
steps, chang changing
ing changing one letter
each step so
word is formed.
-wp up iJa
; ft THIS -M-Rl-Nf 1 XI IS
checker! set up.
' As you will see,
Black has eleven
Whits naa eight
single men.' it
tor White to es-s
cape defeat '
Tet White canl
Thls remark- ',
.'able fooler', will
' tool practically
all of the people
all ot the time,"
lard Hopper, the
- famous checker
: pUyer who con-
tributes posers to :
. these columns.
first, upboard, can
draw the game in
Just three moves.
See IX you can
solve this for
yourselt bet ore
looking at the solution.
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4oi ma in pno eq tn i.upip
itwjap poa pinoa eiq Pl
'jaquiawau -atajb pna ajauiama
t suiaa eqi aqf easiiaaj aoaia Hjon
-XiaHooapuj qvoj pna saaq paAOiu aq :.
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' IN. XHls. furm( ot jjopular anagram, you etart wttb
a single letter 11 1
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letter to Ot the aext aenrntion
.' number ot letters indicated by the x's at left, until
you get back to a single letter 1 16 J
(ot suDtract) jne
at nam ann tht
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X X X'X' XXX
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God ot war
ev I nS 't wjv Tl
p;J)8 '8 "wiiaa,!,
jaa,, UT 1 Uil laoimiog
Identify theU. S. President
ALL of the following mixed up words 'pertain to
the life of a great U. 8. President. 'How quickly
can you.- unscramble the letters and identify the
To get jrou 'started, we'll glve you the anawei to
i the first lawyer. See It you can take it from there.
I. RAW EX ? V ft. BTKSTVUOR
4- RNKVKtirrp MirmiMNairq
RRA"TN TFASPR" ,- PBOANtURIB LAJJtISUTEH
nifKwn1 nianaJav ai mininjj n,
ot rr dioji
g ao nui eq) Xnpmjoaa or i iuojj
miw a)iua "anavfi
1am( X3SIS qoiijA
statement easily. Others can fig figure
ure figure it out y a process of ellm-
: pwtiecW. '!''., -j- .v; f ;
" Junior readers can have further
enjoyment out of this puzzle.' lit-
&TMBto&&tn ot tact about v
-.,-- thur '-animal I can' b read
clearly when you have filled ln
the missing letters.' If you ,wUl
' take note, you will see that Uu
s clues to the idenUUes ot the;,let, ; rally com posed by Emma
tors are given by the notes ot "' McKean, by coloring tt approprl approprl-.
. approprl-. .the. scale. Those who calf "read 1 tely wlta crayons .. or colored
muaie,' that la,' the notes, should Pneils. v .. y,
juuic liciui ui i ewv nnnKS
BBltr RSPORTS on MUct mmi auw turned a profit '' x
book of tntmrtt to hm"-'- AJumlnum Projects tor Tour
wotainen. fcoboylsts and eotloo- Home, by Emanueie Stlert (Pren (Pren-tora.
tora. (Pren-tora. fMM(M v.01ar KinHOird. j uca-UaU, 309 pages: 344)6).: li
Hat Top. Ranch, edited by a, eciasa to be -the pnly book on
W. AJlred and J. C. Dykes (Uni
versity ol. Oklahoma Press; 4),
Is an engrossing account ot a
truly pioneer modern venture a
the high, dry raacn country v
southwest ot Port Worth, Charles ?
DONT give thin mors than a
-minute's thought, for It' not
worth it fou have seven eggs"
In a dish. You want to divide
; the seven eggs among seven pers
sons. Sou want to do it so that
you have one egg left in the dish,
How can you dolt T v
qaip eqi i Me erq
oosjm qlOMse eqi eio uajnay
BIBLICAL POSER .-
la It that Adam and
never bad, but which
they gave to their children I "An-,
other old riddle: At what 'time
was Adam born T v'
al ejoq jmr :pnooag sieaxad
oajpimJ Jiainj siaS Xaqx uaoaay
1 ; 'iaMIlTIa vonadiaueuirl t Unqaifuan fl -aiou
L Cocktau Party: A place
meet a lot of 'old friends you
never saw be
8. How many eyes baa the
King ot Diamonds T The King ot
Beasts T The King of Hearts T
6. Alpha, beta, gamma, delta.
PA USE FOR TONGUE TEST JZ S 1S7S. H'""
9. tf a postmaster went to s
Yuu ixy your tongue, uisieau ot your Dram on
thla, It you can read the following through rap rapidly
idly rapidly without tripping your tongue, you're sure slick
sibiiantly. A test like this la sometimes given to
radio announcer aspirant.
Shrewd Simon Short sewed shoes, saved soles.
Simon's, shrewish spouse, Sophia, sewed Skirts,
stitched sheets, stuffed sofas. Shrewd Simon's stout
boos sold several sundries. Sober Sewel) sold sodas,
sorghum, sugar, spices; 8Unple Sam sold sfteeds. sad-
i dies, sltrrnpt: Sagacious Stephen eold silver spoons,
salvers; Skeptical Saul sold silks, slacks, satins,
shawls, stifi klngs; SeUlsh Shelby sold shellfish, sbeus,
shields; Slendnr Silas sold sodas, salves, shoestrings.
soporifics; Sleepy SpeacaT sold Sophie's stuffed so- to convert one of them,
fast Sophisticates! Hetk sold screens, screws, saws, DOWN
spikes, skates; Sister Sally scrawled signs, sang so- l 72, 69, 23, n, I, 6, T
pmno solos. 4 3. If no Zlegfeld' was a man
TTTR RPT A TiTVPC write 82, unless Blllie Burke la a
' 1 nu IV.CLr I I V CO woman. In whlctt case, writs 41.
3. Riddle: What occurs twice
circus and a bear ate him the
time would be P. M.
I'm sorry yea've been
Don't be disconsolate;
But bear your Uis with
And they won't seem so
IS. Clue: LOVES LABOR
14. The score If the team
mads two touchdowns but failed
-THOUGH none at tham are kin. von should be
s. r, 'a. i t .i -1 Able to, Identify most ot ths foitowtng rslaUves very """"ent Jut not once in
Give and Take Word Challenge Immou. uncles.-Aunt Fathers, etc ou"
sBnR'jS-.;.:Ui; t- JL- te"a':.. i'':-:t Wnei. mad. famous by Harriet Beecher ahbt '-
6 f'-,-Stowe: HP
Ui, frathei who goes on as strongly as ever all the
,. tlme: '
. . ...
, S.y Aunt oi i urn sawyeri ' a
..4.' Husband ot Pocahontas, who wasnt John.
6.- Husband ot Mrs. Spratt, who could eat no
'."V ij -. i. "y.
CWtfe ot John Aid en: who chose him
v Instead of Myles Standlsh. ,'. ;
t J. Mother who found her cupboard bars of bones
-fAKEl ons' letter from the word in tHa ftrat
and add tt to, Ot Insert It ul the wdi-d in the ?
second column, so that you then have two new
words. '.'k.- .:'' V
rr n ... . -. j1 i
' w, icavmg wver anq Hmhand Pocahontas, who
add it to bay making bray. Plurals are not allowed.
(d) Wither .............
(e) Chat ...............
pno an nrtX'
aiaaam loajagrp Cirna aoq eas e SoiiM-iaini atojd aia" ' i hej dog.
t insqo () wqiia "waqiuw (p) Mdojj -eaana (o C
Vim J' iaW iqi in III aim -j iun s'.'Tpar t PV
-DJeqqnn -aiiraauj -a
noj n "ennj .v nnr tnMwf,'
iuii:(TOSwo the tiibk
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Pettlt took over 17AXH1 acres ot;
worn-out range and crop land and
reclaimed them rlcnly. He did so.
through common- nse restoration
ot the grass cover the land had
(a the days' before thoughtless
white men wasted its substance.
Pettlt'a venture points the way to
restoration ot some 10.000,000
acres of wasted lands into natural -assets
by private Initiative. While -creating
for. tomorrow's Inhabitants, he
i1. -UV Tj-'t ' V -r-jn VP J
do-it-yourselt aluminum that you
need to produce any aluminum ;
project from start to finish. There
is a distinct trend toward use of
mors metal home furniture," air.
SUert says. ';, "Aluminum is not notable
able notable as a material tor furniture
because It la compatible with all
ths new fabrics and colors." H
Includes many patterns tor utiu -tartan
and decorative places la
this comprehensive guide book,
, Trains, by Robert Selpn Henry
(Bobbs-Merrill. U3 pages: 334)5).
"To settle such a continent, and
to bold It together, came the rail- 7
road, lust in time.1' American his-
tory roll resoundingly through
the. pages ot the latest edition of
Mr. Henry's handsome pictorial
chronicle ot the Iron-horse's
pro grass, which has been a tres
sured volume to two generations,
of rail tana. '
L v s :.
Takes a Little Time
CBuaswoao tvxzLm solution
OLD Drain teaser,' so old
that tt must ro back to the
first day ot town clocks, has
Bobbed op again. Do you camera-
her it: , ..
,"Mz. UttlVe daughter eloped
with her sweetheart and- the
- lathe pureueo the runaway
couple. What time was'ltr
" n mi v
tttt CvnM sum
1 What is the sixth book of the"
t Adult mala
10 Son of Cuh (Gen. 10:7)
14 God's faithful turned back the
armies of wbomT (Heb. 1144),
. W-lsland rr.) 1
17 Symbol for selenium.
15 Prefix: wronji.
19 Amons the mea who came
- with those who returned trom
' captivity Is Babylon UCzra 2)
25 God of tower world. J
26 Type of racket
28 Religious denomination. -.30
From where did the two pos pos-..
.. pos-.. enned of devils comet Mst
34 Resistor of authority.
38 Instrument with which aet
, skilled Suer Uuda. 4:21)
S The beart
41 The Israelltea tound twelve
wells of water here (Ex.
43 Tbe turmeric,
44 Implements fox reaping.
48 Rural region.
60 Land measure.
63 Road abbrevlatioo.
64- icph eold this to the E&p.
tuns Ga. 41J6-67) (Tr.
68 A Laplander.
68 U. S. svmboL'
4 Tbe swan,
Judss iacariot lActs 1:23)
78 Small Jump
78 Church denomination isbbr.)
7-Jacob's brother (Gen. 25:2S
80 Former Eurooesn coin!
81 Click beetle.
83 Periods of tima
84 Thine. In Isw
85 Speed contestants,
1 Masculine name.
2 Salt of oleic add.
3 Note is tbe scale.
4 Pen In.
5 Standard quantity.
6 What animals did Anah feed
In the wilderness? (Gen. 36;
7 The teedlnx ot the multitude
3 Malt drink, v
10 Salt i ,
11 Silkworm, v
12 Sheep's cry.
zn lenlted. -.
23 Ths children ot Israel were
'ordered of Ood not to do whsl
. to neighbor? (Lev IfclS)
Z4 aapport -j.
Z7 vemnisb ,was ordered to
eoods ana yokes upon.
part 01 brmf Uer. 37J) l
' S9 Legendary centaur.- .,
67 Edible areen seed.
v 6 Our Heavenla Father.
.1 61 Cutting tool r" y;
: 83 Mesdow '..
65 One of the trlbef of Israel
8 Father ot Joktan U Chr.
70 Anglo- Indian weight
73 Son of Abia (Mat fT)
75 Outstanding aviator.
77 Leather moccasin.
82 Symbol for tellurium.
66 4V hre the guiding (tar shown
One of the two for whom lots
were drawn to nil the place of
31 Selling place.
S3 Kill V
33 SorawL '.
37 French couturier.
44 Plunder. A
-45 Presa ? -
' 48 lf
47 The of Bethlehem.
33 Place ahere Paul stayed until
Peatacost tl Cor UM
ItSB. BUa faetams mataaas. laa,
1 II 14-IS la.. 'OH Id t Zlio ilk H l&
iT" p t 22 20
A 4S 4 47 4 4
i4 T" ss 7. sv" "" "" vT 7ff s5 "" bo m
11 14 j.ML-1MZ.
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4. KnlgbU ot King Arthur's
6. The wings of a horsefly.
7. The 80 pieces of silver for
which Christ was betrayed would
be worth bow many dollars in
American money T
8. L to start and early
stop, makes life easy but you a
10. A Fifth Wheel: A th fin finger
ger finger on a finger glove.
IX. Mrs. Pupglrdie usually
weighs the most when 40, 46, 60
or 55 year ot age 7
13. The fourth root ot thla
number is three.
13. Number is the greatest
of ths Ten Commandments, says
13. Job's wardrobe consisted ot
bow many comforters T
-i "w-n M-01
"oe-t it e- tt- n-t t-t
"ari-t vn-ti -scwot -o-t
SH-S Zl-t tt-fmoisy leenaiae;
Sum Fun in This
VVAUCN each ot ths two follow follow-tag
tag follow-tag columns ot figures are
added up, the total In each case
Is found to be different:
However, characters ta each
column can be arranged in such
a way that the totals ot each
vertical row are tbe same. As As-other
other As-other arrangement can be mad
eo that tbe original total are
reversed. No character art
moved from one eoluma to an another.
other. another. lea svrvaaa aiiiua
ea as a atuajjaqa an wea -pa
1 e li Swane -wares imat
Tbis's in tbe Paper
CROM a sheet ot paper 43 toch-
ee srid by 134 tachea tag.
we'd ok t eut a avudnraia ntaa ntaa-be
be ntaa-be of amafl sheets I teehas wide
by 11 long. How many sheets ot
paper wtl) we the aaveT
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j. t "iCjT' 1 ZJT' 5 SOCIABIE SERGEANTS Senior non-commissioned officers of Britain s rirst Bat- '
Xj r tj?'iir''-,; 1' " -"fTZ- tialyuij'-the South Lancashire regiment, were hosts in West Berlin, Oermany, to- v ,x
- -7 ' S- t"4- 't'"' 4 their, ppposfte numbers in the Sixth U.S. Infantry Wmeht. Here host Sgt. D. v ' I-
" rl" ' Carson has coffeenot tea witJt guest, MSgt. B. lacDonsild of River Edge, N. J. ,
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NO ONE USES A NET IN THIS FLEET No mechanized fishing is seen off Negombo, Ceyldh'as the fishing fleet returns from daily chores 20
...j. t i f' l -..-ui ,,.;tu ni.r .rtUrA itdtaci Aif ti TtAcirm Viacn'K: phnncrpfl fn krarift 2.000 'vearS.'
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i V' 'THE BIO STOIM' 'That'i the title of thlc photo which
14 copped consolation awara in an lnierpauoiuu puuw puuw-:
: puuw-: J 'U Kraohic exibU at. th California State rir and Ex-. :
BEACON FROM THE NORTH SHORE On Lake 'Superior's North Shore" standi
Split Rock lighthouse. It is the highest inland lighthouse In the United States.
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. i SJUUTI FROM SCOUTS capt j. a.Guinn or ine
j-i-i -Zt J ;- American President line, hands over a gift frort the'-
Snails on its hore date to prehistoric times. Geese hatch' their young in ,
abandoned -osprey nests, 40 feet above the ground. Icecaves, neat the lake,' ' '-. I
K house a type of insect that is half cockroach and half cricket. Scientists., believe, ? ;l
the latter is a rare ice age creature. The 13-mile long, 26 thousand acre pool of '' ', 'i?
mineralized Water; is as isolated as it is mysterious. Located In the, basin of a hid- w
den valley in Lassen county, part of it is lush pine forest, the other semi-arid
ucscjii.. ue lone vuunii is iiuine ui juuie ueei, aiiiciupe, ueaverv poiuupine, Lur-n f yt ..
native Eagle Lake trout Ichthyologists have studied, this two-foot fish without
coming to any .single conclusion. They are only trout that do Well in the lake.
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' This is Eagle Lake. It looks tike nearly any ether spot, bfii It's stranger than most;'
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' felicans, of which these are a sample, delight in congregating' daily on beaches J
-r-;"r:o 7 'rifhl)roIKw H.Ttn..&R.lncluto p.ec. of
1 1 ft;
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COOKS FOR THE GIRL SCOUT, CAMP at Fort Claytoti
l feie furnished by the United Army Corribbean; Pfc Phil-
'. k r .i : r-i.i kin ; J" L
lunch by a arouD of the older airls. Seen (left to right) ore
V Christine Huff; Ceci Egglestonqnd Sue BafretK Girls be be-!?
!? be-!? Ing served Ore. (left to right), Martha Miller, Karen Coate
- uiiu juut uuiici. - : -
; ( 5e 5fory & Pictures, pages 2 and 3 J
MANAMA, E. r SUNDAY, SETT EMBER 12, 157
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THE HANDICRAFT CLASS at Camp Cazone was popular' actlrtty.- Counselor; Betty D
.' Norma Is seen instructing clasa la making hats. Shown (left to right) are Philippe Coo-
per, Betty Do Norma (counselor;, nancy ururm, juia juua jiigniower.
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.Mn... pl.nA-AftAUT, 1 Miir'iViiny ill n Miimnmirt.nm iirnnii mm mMmmuZn
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LEARNING HOW to put up a tent are Heft to right) Cynthia' Kelly Jolayne Barber, and
Eve JStephaa receiving instruction from Sharon Holiday, counselor. -.
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ARMY .PHOTOS) 1
Using the native products of Pa
nama, Canal Zone Girl Scouts
from both, sides of the. Isthmus
learned new handicr afts as a Part
of a well-planned program of ae
tivities at Camp Cazone. the sum'
mer camp .which recently came
to a close. , t
Although rain cut short some of
the scheduled outdoor activities.
including cook-outs, the two weeks
were packed with a lively pro pro-gram
gram pro-gram of sports, arts and crafts
classes and tours to places of in
A high' point of the twe-witek
period w a visit te th Pre
sidencf a and the United Status
Embassy where the, girls left
palm Ifrond hats, which they
had mads in handicraft daisi daisies,,
es,, daisies,, for the President of Pans,
ma end th Ambassador. ;
. A proposed trip through .- Gail-
lard cut was cancelled, out tne
girls learned about the operation
of the canal tnrougn a visit to tne
Miraflore Ldcks where they were
taken on a tour of thecon trol
tower, -t -. -;:,'
Later, they were shown a mo movie,
vie, movie, "Rapid Transit of the Pa"a Pa"a-ma
ma Pa"a-ma Canal" which explained furth further
er further tfiA lnt1r ivctam eif thA Pttnttl
On the third floor of Building
it at Port. Clayton where t h
.camp was loci ted, numbers ef
the Intolligeace and Ruconnais.
sance Platoon of the 20th Infan.
try Regiment set up a fungi
training camp, complet with ;
iungle shelters and, a native ea ea-yuee.
Members of the platoon visited'
the camp and discussed the dist
play with the girl, j, answering a-
ny questions they had and giving
them samples of field rations.
The girls learnsd about flow flowers
ers flowers and shrubs of the Canal
'7-. .U.n., rrU Inn. ef ViWifoil'f
Gardens and a .slide collection
made uo by the Diablo Camera
Club, "Flowers oi Latitude Nine," hi
which was shown at the camp. 1
. A popular part of the program
was series of classes in han -dicrafts
whera the- girls teamed1
to makw hats from palm frond y,
and other material; native to
Panama, rugs from small scraps ;.
of -cloth, slippers from felt and ;
NICE SUMMER JOB When the. temperature is hovering
around 80 above, wouldn't it be nice to switch- Jobs, with Pfc.'
Milton Mery? The East 'Stroudsburg, Pa,, soldier is checking
electronic equipment in the test chamber of the U.S. Army
Signal Corps laboratory at Fort Monmouth,. N.J, where the
controlled temperatures dip as Jov as 90 degrees below zero.'
Some of the devices tested in .the laboratory are being used
In the Antarctic, supporting scientific activities ot the later later-national
national later-national Geophysical Year. !, -. 1
THE I AND R PLATOON of the 20th Infantry set up a typical Jungle camp for the-Girl
Bcouts summer camp. 'Seen Inspecting one" of the 'Jungle shelters are-(left to rlgtit) Bhec
'ty McClain, Betty Rhinehardt, and Lynn SmalL ; ..
fAUE TWO Sundty Amencia Supsl
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 195T
' Bv- i-rsr mmm..'mmr mm .:mmt
place mats and latter p3irtj
-.from etraaoTa ana crip pi-
1 handicraft items made during
I 'the first week, of camp were plac plac-,
, plac-, C 1v-,ed on display for Visitor's Day
" '4 "which was held on Sunday follow-
it : inn' rna rirci uuipr iit itm iiiii t,.,T
" Among the guests who came
during the two-hour oepn house
- Were Gov. William E. Potter and
'r tortimander-in. chief, 'Caribbean
Command, both of whom were
,' presented with hats which the
' ' girls had s woven 1 from palm
. fronds) .
'A number of the Jfirls had the
V'.' "'. Anrtntiinif v 4rt annua nn PFW f aI
e vision when they were invited to
;' he guests on the "Trader Dick"
' show. At this time, Ihey were al al-"
" al-" : to given a guided. tour of the sta?
WW 'iris f Ij.j L.::' ILi 4 I.IL.J 1.
. vian inv vihftq aiim np
v J" my Caribbean which also fur
" nished transportation, the build build-'
' build-' vntr in which ths camp was held.
" v" ""tMosiarv furniture and aore
" jctor and projectionist for th
movies shown to tha campers.
.The, girls took advantage of the
Sort Clayton; gymnasium. which
was also volunteered by the Ar Army
my Army to stage sports e v e nt s-in
which most of the girls took an
active part , J
Other event during .-''the .-.two-
week period were a carnival with
all girls dressed in costumes of
their own design, a dance exniDi
tion by a Harnett 1 and Dunn
dance team,; and a display of dolls
from all over the world provided!
by Mrs. Kiki Rocas. who was -a
Girl Scout in Greece during her
Unit counselors, and assistants
were Mrs. H. V. Butler, Mrs.
Jack v Holiday; Ann uBatcheldor,
Florence Bauchman,- Etta irygg irygg-vatottir.
vatottir. irygg-vatottir. Annette 1 Renz, Betty de
Norirfa;' Sylvia Johnson, Mrs. Er
nest Hernandez; Connie bamson,
Mrs, Buren Douglas, Judy Rog
ers, Mrs. Thurston Brown and bu
'The camn nurse was Mrs; Fritz
Schulz and the assistant director
was Mrs. Jack Lamkin.
The entire program was direct
ed by. Mrs. Charles Berry.
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GIRL SCOUTS at Camp Cazone, Canal Zone Girl' Scout summer camp, at Fort I Clayton,
whittle cocoa palm fronds forweavlng with- the help of their counselora' a' part of the
' Visitor's Day demonstrations. Seen, left to right, are Barbara Coy, Mrs. Vureen .Douglas,
counselor, and Judy Brown.
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APDirc: UIC OWN -The drtver of this rdller in Wilmine- (
ton, K C:, shunned modern devices" and rigged up his own way
1 !o beat the heat 'He filted a tree to the roller so -that he's got
nature's own .shade wherever he goes. t
,A CAYUCO and liand-carved wooden figures were part of the display furnished the Girl
Scout Summer camp by the 20th Infantry- Mrs. Georgia Butler '(counselor) is seen exolain exolain-lng
lng exolain-lng the disDlavto a" group of girls. They are (left to right) Jean Andrew, Charleen Roomey
and Claudia Doyle, r r :
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LT. GEN. AND MRS. ROBERT M. MONTAGUS were among the guesU on Tlsltors' day.
Janet Fields, (heir guide, la seen presenting them, wltn a Hat woven from palm fronds. ..
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- By pernard Spencer .;".','. "" ;
When she carries food to 'the table and stQops down
Doing uws out tn'iotts auu ia soup w mi its goad
licking smell, or ny wining uiim tne lire ;
, Aiia i iooKciip,-jei'iiups iiviii a book i am reading x-
Or ocner wotK: wtre is an importance of beauty.
Wnich can't be accounted lor by there and then,
And attacks me, out not separately from tne welcome
or the lood, or ne grace ot uer arms.
When she puts a sheaf of tulips in a jug
And pours m water and presses to one side
The upright stems and leaves that you hear creak,
Or loosens them, or holds them up to show me,
6o that I see the tangle Of their necks and cups
With the curls f her hair, and the body they are held
Against, and the stalk of the small waist rising
And flowering in the shape of breasts;
Whether in trie bringing of the flowers or the food
.. 8he offers plenty, and is part of plenty,
And whether r see her stooping, or leaning with the flowers.
What she does is ages old, and she is not simply, ; ..
No, but lovely in thaj; way.
l 3 By Harry Brown '
A subtle- yet disruptive stir
' Surrounds the girl, surrounds the man.
As other, eyes become aware
These lovers are not what they were.
And doves drop hungry through the air,
Down past the green, unseeing leaf.
To- watch this pair so bleakly scan
The panorama of their grief.
A murmur from the weeping tree,
Tall belvedere of every dove,
invades the landscape of these two,
Mourning their mute inconstancy;
But there is nothing doves can do
And nothing man and girl would hear.
. Poof, late cartographers of love,
They leave the grieving belvedere.
6AD SICHT--Flattened by recent torrential rains,' this once
proudly waving wheat field at Rhineland, Mo., is the object of
kad scrutiny by Waltcr.Lauer. Holding few of the storm'
lhaltered stalks,: La uer indicates the height of the grain be-
ore the rains-came. The Missouri Farmers Association reports
hat this year's wheat yield has been cut in half in many
sections of the state because of bad weather.
' TEACHER'S PETS? Who said members of the youngep generation couldn't take care of Ihem-
selves? Judging by this sign in Junction City, Ken.,,, the youngsters attending the one-room
schoolhouse, left, have learned about safetytas wall as read in' and writin'. Some place along tlie
line they've acquired a sense of. humor, something which teacher may not find quite so funny-.'
The; Washington Merry -Go-Rourid
By DREW PEARSON r-
(Editor's noter Drew Pearson's
column today takes the form V
a letter written from southeast
Europe to his grandson, George
L. Arnold, Jr.)
... ---- ""
Corfu. Greece Sept. 20. 1957
You have read in vour storvw
books about bad kincs and eood
Kings, auout beauutui queeus .and
young princesses. V
there have been lots of kmes in
the world, and many of them have
been very hard on the people thev
ruled.-, .V v- (
But the other day I went to see
modern King and Queen, who
are veryr much alive, who are. lov loved
ed loved by their subjects and who were
very nice to me. ;
They are Kmc Paul and Oueen
Frederika of Greece, and thev live
during the summer on Cor. u, a
beautiful island of little gardens
and tall cyprus trees off the Al-
Danian tireelt coast' r
The King and Queen live in a
house not as big as a castle castle-on
on castle-on top of a hill, and when" I met
them the Queen verv eracinus!v
called me "an old. friend,? which
was not reaiiy true, because I had
met her Only once before. She just
meant I was an old ; friend of
The Queen was feeling nuit sad
that day because she said she had
just had a terrible accident that
tilled her little dog.- He was nm
over -and she-said she was afraid
see nad run over him herself when
ucjuiupeu m ironi pi per? carry
TH E QU E EN'S B AB I ES
Phi!in Clarke of NewcwV Wn
ioia tne uueen bow he was adnnt.
ing a Greek baby from her orphan-
a. ma A il i .
nu mis maae ner leef better,
Queen Frederika has wnrM i.
Ty hard taking care of babies who
nave no tamer and mnthw:
1'Uly dauehter wnrV" lit fha
phanage," she said. "She has been
mere one year and will snni
other year. It's the first time that
a member of the Roval family has
taken any training like that, I'm
JO glad.' Haveyou picked your ba-
ojr yen sne asked Clarke.
Yes. he said. u fiv.mnn(k.
Wd little girl. It was harij to do.
wui ner i naa seen ner once I
went throueh the ornhanso
ond time and she smiled at mo
and held on to mv finder s If she
wanted to come with mi.".
You know." said the CW11
sometimes I think nnr ih!Ur.n
pick us more than we pick them.
One night when I was putting my
four-year-old daughter to bed, ihe
looked up at me and said, Mura Mura-mie,
mie, Mura-mie, Tm so glad I picked you.'
"I was nuzzled. But she eznlaiai.
ed 'when I was up with 'Jesus I
looked down and I saw vou and I
"Maybe it's more true than we
realize that our children pick us,"
said the yueen.
- VISITING THE US.A.
I asked the Queen about her trip
to the United States. 1
"We had a wonderful time." she
said. "Everyone was so sweet to
us. i nad never held" a press con conference
ference conference before, but the Stat De
partment told jne 1 would have to
hold one and I was petrified.
I must say, however, that the
press was most kind to us. In
iact, they couldn't have been nic-
"Toward the end of the trin in
Los Angeles I wanted to do seme
shopping. I had heard, so much
bout the stores in Los Angeles. But
when I started out, 15 newspaper newspapermen
men newspapermen were waiting to go with me.
I asked the State Department to
persuade them, to eo awav but the
T4. i. TV m .7
oiaie uepartment said there was
nothing it could do. ; -"So
I explained to them that at
home I couldn't do any shopping;
this was my only opportunity. 'But
if you follow me,' I said, 'thenJ
can't shop." So they were very
kind and left me alone.'.
I asked the Oueen what hahnoR.
ed when she shopped in Athens
v iu,in wo ipiuen oi a prou prou-lem
lem prou-lem for the traffic nolicemen." hr
You see, the peopleJGreecel
wvr me yueen so much and are
so anxious to see her that they
follow her around. . ,; ; K
l-J also talked to the King. He was
Very nice and very easy to talk
v I thought it would be interesting
to find out how well a kine had to
prepare himself for the job of. con-
'ui me icauers oi Olner
countries and I asked him how
many languages he spoke
THE JOB OF BEING. KING
"Five,' he said, "Greek, Eng..
"When are you coming to visit
the United States again?" :
"I would really like to come ev
ery year," said the King as it h
genuinely meant it, "but it's s ;
difficult. You ; are so hospitable
and do so much tor a visitor that
things become quite complicated
when your visit America. It's not
like traveling in Europe."
''Can, you travel around Europ
without being noticed?"
"I just get in my csr and drive;
Wherever I wish," he explained. ,5t.
"When you go to Vienna next
week, will that be a state visit?
wo, we re going there quite un
officiary. Of course, while thera
we'll pay call on the President."
Then the -King went on to tell
about his arrival in New York."'
He i received a lelegra m from
the State Department and th
Greek Embassy in Washington tell-'
ing him not to do or say anything '-
to the press until the ambassador
and Jack bimmons, the protocol
officer, arived : ;
"Meanwhile Grover whalen came
aboard our ship early in the morn morn-ing
ing morn-ing to tell us that never before hall
foreign visitors fai!ed to see the
press on arrival. We showed him
the telegram from; the State De
partment and said we didn t know
what to do. It was "then about 7 ln- V
the morning and even at that hour
the press was availing. Finally wa
went out on deck to meet them.
fHow long have you been up-?'
my wile asked, 'brnce 4 in the
morning,' they replied. Well, that
broke the ice and from that time
on, the press and everyone else
treated us wonderfully." :
m So you see, Georeie, kings and
queens can be just like other peo
ple, at Jeast this king and queen
arc ; r- : ,. ..-
Greece is the country where
democracy was born and is a dem-
But it seemed to me that King
Paul and Queen Fxederika work
I -K P.MUa hi MM u 1 BIIU V M. JM. I.UV1 XXV U 1
lish, French, German and Italian I hard not only for "the people of
though my Italia is a little rus- Greece, put also -as I sometime
ty." a ;c" ". ,:'.,. say over the radio to make dem
What laneuaee do vou use ocracy live. Ve ;
when; y oil confer with Tito?? -Be a good boy and I hope to be
"German," replied the, K i n g;
thoueh Tito is now learnirie to
speak English quite ,well."
home and see you soon,
decided you were to be my mum-
CA1 FILL IPUR NEEDS!
: mie. And Tm so glad I "picked I -HlrJlrJttrJr
. I yon f- ...
iV'Ma Jih -viJ- W: mv.rii?i-';)ill- Kti(': Vh ?Ui
CASTLE OF LOVE'Thcre's nothing startling about castle
in Hollywood. Movie companies build them by the dozens.
and' millionaires import them from Europe. But, this castle.
which is now for sale, is unique, even for Hollywood. It is a
house that love built. The love of Milton Hopkins for his wife.
Josie." It took. Milt eight years to convert a tired cottage into
fairybook castle, complete with 18 waterfalls, IS pools and
ponds, islands, fountains and bridges. He had promised Josie
castle and. a castle is what she got Recently, doctors told
the couple, center, -they must sell the dream house and move
to another climate for Josie health.
OUT OF THE RUBBLE The Pont di Santi Trinita again spans the Arno River in Florence,
Italy, after being rebuilt stone by stone from the rubble into which it was blasted by the retreat retreating
ing retreating German's in 1944. For 13 years, workmen have pieced together the original stones Salvaged',
from the river, r Where necessary, jnew stone, identical to that used by the original builder, Bar Bar-lolomeo
lolomeo Bar-lolomeo Ammannati, in 1587, as tfdded. The spire in the background tops the Palawq Vechio.
WalierWinchelllrt Mto York
CMOS' QF A GIRL FRIDAY
Dear WW: A N.Y. Times report
er is a key witness rn tne laiesi
Soviet sov case. He was best man
at the wedding of the ueorge ia-
tovskis who have been indicted
on espionage conspiracy charges
and whom the U.S. is trying to
extradite from France. He has
been making secret appearances
before the sFederal Grand Jury
IN, N Y. jBoris Morros' testimo testimony
ny testimony before the Senate Internal Se
curity comm. was cancelled at me
request of the Justice Dept. alter
threats were received., M o r r o s
was ready to blast the.' Student
Exchange Program, which, he
says, the -Russians feel was i
great weapon for Com my propa
eanda. .A Third Ave. antique
dealer says the missing scandal
case witness Franceses DeScaffa
was in his shop a lew days ago!
out. When actress Natalie Wood
arrived there to film "Marjorie
Mornmgstar (near there) over
8000 greeted her. .Yes, Lauren
Bacall knows that the Runyon
Fund affair in Bogart'i name at
the Waldorf was a success. The
fund got about $12,000.
NOTHING TO IT Patrick Theines, to, a retired railway
brakemair from California, says, -"There s no reason, to lilt a.
Jittle thing like polio get you down," as he relaxes: in Joliet,
HI., after walking from San Diego. Theines, stricken with
polio in 1906, started walking long distances to strengthen his
- legs, and figures he's walked 250,000 miles since then. He left
-an jjiego on June ana averaged around 45 miles a day.
7 Pat, who is on his way to New York, plans to stop over in
.Cleveland to give a few hopeiil words to a nine-year-old
nephew, Lee Funk, also a polio victim. He expects to arriv
in ew ork sept. 5 ,. r.i :
Herewith find solution to Sunday CrosswordPus
ale No.- 707,' published today. ., ;
Yvonne Da Carlo's doctors cau
tioned the star that complica
irons may keep her from resum
ing work for a while. The image
is due at Yuletime. ; .Lisa Ferra
day lifted eyebrows over .at
Goldie's when she came in alone
after midnight. It seems her new
love is such a secret ther mustn't
'be seen together. ; What fun is
that?. .Socialite millionaire Geo;
Baker, Jr. (parted from his wife.
Frances Murni) appears to be heal
jag rapidly. Tahnks to Rex Har
rison s sister-in-law Kim Kendall.
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Hugh (W v a 1 1 Earp) O'Brian
has a way with the ladies that
the movie Lover-Boys can't match.
He treats them like. ladies. From
Nancy Sinatra to his current inter interest.
est. interest. Dorothv Bracken, the June
Taylor dancer. .Don Adams, the
comic, and his wife are letting
the- don thing fade. .I've been
reading some of the accredited
movie magazines and thawt I was
reading the kind now on trial. O,
Brutherrr!. Mrs. Steve Allen
(Jayne Meadows) says she will
(continue working as a TV panel
1st right up to stork-time. V The
Latin Q's Chic James is dazzling
I Stephen Grimes. He s kin some
what to the Vanderbilt clan and
tres rich ?
Remember Rosie Cloone's -big
song hit, "This Ole House"?
Stuart Hamlin wrote it. Who he?
He got over a million votes rurn
ning for President on the Prohi Prohibition
bition Prohibition Ticket in 1952. His song
made more money Tor him than
he could have made working at
The White House. .Latest gim gimmick
mick gimmick being peddled along Broad Broadway
way Broadway by street fakirs: "Lucky
Charms" to protect you .from A A-siatic
siatic A-siatic flu. . Since the trains ban banished
ished banished their car-bars the hip flask
is being worn again by commut commuters.
ers. commuters. Especialy along Ad Agency
saga about Frank Barbaro. Ha
once paid stars $40,000 a week at
his "Bowery", in Detroit. Went
broke and is now peddling acts
along Broadway. . Good platter:
"The Face of an Angel" by the
5 Keys (capitol). I caught part
of the rehearsal at Nancy Walk Walker's
er's Walker's new musical, "Copper and
Brass." Funny Girl. .The first
Christmas Three and Yule cards)
are on display at Plummer's, 57th.
and 5th. What's the rush?
Friand of mine is a broadcaster
in Mexico. He's American. A
gov't official there cautioned him
about mentioning the recent
quake. Officially there has been
no earthquake in Mexico!" he
said. .Olympic skate champ Ron Ronnie
nie Ronnie Robertson, the star of the
"Ice Capades of '58" (at Mad.
Sq. Garden), is in love with" that
show's "Carmen." Her name is
Cathy "Chado" Machado. . .You
may tip our New Haven paper
that Marge' Milano of that city's
social register is tn Italy dating
Franco Basili, Italian medic. She
was once Sammy Kaye's flame
, ."Sun Also Rises" actor Bob
Evans gets his name in the Col-
yums "a lot with the pretty people.
To which list can be added:
Gloria Maye of the Desert Inn
Vegas) line. Beeg Seek wit.
Now It's CBS that has
in the efficiency experts,
went 'through that hit last
costing many jods and pruning
millions in overhead. .Fascinat .Fascinating
ing .Fascinating report on novelist Cozzens in
Time. I also heard that he turn turned
ed turned down an interviewer for the N.
Y. Times because "I just gave
one to Saturday Review". . .Ar .Arthur
thur .Arthur Crowley, the Hollywood bar barrister
rister barrister (for Confidential) ras gla gla-rister
rister gla-rister for Confidential) has re replaced
placed replaced Gregson Bautzer as gla glamour
mour glamour boy of the legalites. Squir Squiring
ing Squiring movie beauts everywhere. I
suppose he mesmerizes them all
with the "lowdown" the Court rul ruled
ed ruled out.
Aitowef far Sunday, Arnr. It. CryptH.'P' AMA
vORAL SPECIMENS. ; .
Photos of Doris Day in palama
tops advertising "Patama
I Game" ) were too, sexy for the
newspapers. Artists retouched
them, adding, two extra inches.
This amuses me. Dearie, because
I remember how Doris battled her
studio before agreeing to Dose
for her first cheesecake. .Movie
folks will always draw larger
crowds than Veeps. When Rich
ard Nixon Visited Glen Falls
(NY) about 1509 people tumed
Look, mister. If we happen to
run an item that is no skewp,
don't holler. I -haven't seen the
N. Y. papers for six weeks eith either.
er. either. That's the bit; kick in getting
out of town. Especially on a
cruise ship to Argentina. Try it
some time and live longer. .I've!
read some of Richard. Maney's
soon-due book "Fanfare." Very
Breezy. You can get a"" column
from it. .DesUand Lucy's first
75 minute program (sponsored by
Edsel) will be your opposition on
Iy on Nov. 6..r
Brace Cabot's bht romance is
Italian actress Olea Villi. She's
the widow of Prince Raimondo
Lanza di travia. The Maha Maharajah
rajah Maharajah if Baroda sure has trouble.
Says he can't live (the way he
pre.'ers) on his' slashed income,
now down to only $30,000 a week
. Chaneil swimmer Florence
Chadwick lost her powerful heart
to Capt. Elliot Morson. British
merchant. ..No matter the quali quality
ty quality of the shows this year, it will
navet o De a banner season. Be Be-cause
cause Be-cause theater parties have con contracted
tracted contracted for several millions of
dollars in tickets. . .Ask Phyllis
Hill (once Mrs. Jdse Ferrer) if
she is merging with actor Frank
Gospel sinwr Clara Ward Is
getting richer because Billy,
Graham s Crusade was such a
big hit. Several national mags
re going her big spreads soon
and she is out-grossing ail -com
petition including rockrollers. Her
touring gospel show (and record
ings) get her half a million dol
lars- a year. .Then there's tilt
I know Gary Coopar once wrote
you he was unhappy about the
various items in all tolyums re regarding
garding regarding his daughter's alleged
affairs of the heart Tell' him we
got skewpt on Man's reported al-
t r plans with tennis star 1 Tonv
Trabert. Or didn't we?. .Rubi-
rosa just bought his bride a one one-pound
pound one-pound pooch costing $1,200; .1
see where' playwright Bill Saroyan
told an interviewer he didn't care
about money and could eet bv- on
$25 a week- .By, one presumes.
never picking up the tab. .
Reader's Diguest's- recent piece
"Stranger In Need" (About one
of your radio appeals which sav
ed a life) by Tim Sullivan of the
Miami Herald, is being reprinted
by the Digest in many foreign
languages far distribution around
Yaw Girt Friday
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OIT WAS A Week for taking 'stock and looking
ahead into what the future has in store for
the big canal waterway.
a r J f ft t t
I O TOUGH OLD KONRAD Adenauer, chancellor of"
,; West Germany, won a big victory in a parliament-
arv- election. Adenaure'a Chrintiari Democratic. PartV
IBVinrt.lv hfnr islrinar .nil for a atv-WMk leaVA of ? ann t.Vi Ita'alllaii rhraiin Portu wnn 977 at out
aDsence xromtne canal zone, uov. ower avu uuui-4 i tne total 01 487 in tne Bundestag, controlling nouoe
Jong press conference reviewed In part upcoming of Parliament, for a four-year term. 1 ?
'changes for the Canal. --.; This gives Adenauer a majority of 67 votes over the
ii He mentioned the possibility of using a radar sy- ; combined opposition the Socialists with 169 seats
tenvto control the flow of traffic from one central 5 and the Free Democrats .with 41.; r '
.point. This was i still "only to the discussion stage. - x A
; He brought out the importance of a system which It was a victory not only for Adenauer Mt for
must be devised to cut the time now required to com- ; the Western Allies. It was a corresponding defeat ;
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between four and five months. - Kussia naa campaignea openiy ana savagery against ciosea, Layne wm De pacit ,ior practice tomorrow."
Tone of the Governor's. obligations during his stay -Adenauer In Its propaganda broadcasts because he However, Wilson refused to say what disciplinary
- In the States la to aDDear before the Bureau of the nas Drought west oermany jnto we jwonn awwhic action was laaen. uetroit nas a n p.m. currew with a
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DETROIT HONS QUARTERBACK Bobby Layne
- got himself In trouble" with the law Tuesday. ,
Layne was arrested on: a drunk driving charge ear-
ly Tuesday morning on a Detroit street. He refused to
take a drunk-o-meter test, pleaded innocent and was
released in $150 bond for a trial In traffic court on
.Oct. ;17. i -y hJi ; t
At the time of hjs arrest Layne was with another
Detroit player and 'four friends. ; -(Layne
met with Lions officials this afternoon and
offered to "auit football" as an arxlotrv over the af-
vfalr. But Lions coach George Wilson said.;"The affair
Budget in Washington on Oct. 14,' and also at a
'm lie will discuss the short-range, study, -j -u
I Re said this study :as established that the Ct.
f nal is good until the mid-70's under present plans,
f i However by that time the Canal may be Mhurt Mhurt-I
I Mhurt-I lag" for capacity, he added, and if It Is decided
that something must be done then work would v,
k actually have to be started In the mld-60's.
'I Besides using floatable lock gates to cut down over overhaul
haul overhaul -time, ; other proposals for increasing capacity
. include: 1) various plans for a lock Canal with addi additional
tional additional installations, 2) the sea-level "conversion proj project
ect project and 3) a Canal In Nicaragua,
Premier Luang Pibul Songgram ot ThaUand was
fine, of $50. an' hour fdr violators.
Someone who ought to know says he may switch,
his pick lit the Ray Robinson-Carmen Basllio title
.,flght1;..;:'.X:i',;j .-. ,V4V'.' '" '- "
Trainer Charlie Goldman, who fashioned Rocky
overthrown as the result of a miiiwry coup carnea :ZSZ iT,'rX, i
j; Starting today there will be single-lane traffic only
jut Gatun Locks for about three weeks while modifi modifications
cations modifications required for the testing" of the new LeTour LeTour-Heau
Heau LeTour-Heau towing devices are made. -.i?''. '"f
t- The Canal announced that much of the work ta be
' done at Gatun will require the east chambers to be
. tmpty. The work,' which, will be done by Maintenance
Division .forces will require a three-shift basis.
' The hypothetical "If reared Its head this
i week as speculators reported that If the single
wage scale legislation which was before the U.S.
Congress before it recessed last month had pass passed,"
ed," passed," then about 600 non-US Citizens of the armed
forces on the Zone would have received pay In-
' ThaUand in one of the eight members ot the South
east Asia .Treaty Organization SEATO's headquar
ters are in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand. Pibul
was firmly pro-Western.
The United States had strongly supported PlbuL
Field Marshal Sarit Thanarat, who led the coup, is
represented also as being friendly toward the West.
But: he and those associated with him may be in influenced
fluenced influenced by a strong tide of "neutralism" which has.
been apparent in Thailand in recent months. t
the veteran trainer has changed his mind.
Said Goldman "His Improvement really Is amaz-
!ng. . the speed and power with which he works on an
opponent' body now may beat Robinson
Middleweight Charley King Cotton and welter-,
weight Garnet Sugar" Hart, who fought to-a 10-round
draw at St. Nicholas Arena Monday night, will1 be
matched for a return TV fight in the same ring, Oct.'
. Promoter Teddy Brenner, said "111 ask the boxing ?
commission to let them .fight 9 pr 11 rounds to pre prevent
vent prevent another draw." ;
Cotton of Toledo, Ohio, who weighed 151,oounds to
the 146 for voung Hart of Philadelphia, was an un
derdog at 13-5. And Cotton was drooped to one knee
J: The life of France's 22nd postwar government is
threatened on the issues of Algeria and farm price
controls. ". '-''. i.
xJSTto wSlSf rcoSthdod&e by a "right to the chin in the fifth round But bi
WSiwSSat-tf disputing Con- SsH!?d club Provlded tteUlta
servauves ana leijtisis, on a nome-ruie pian iur m- -ge,ria
. '' ' -. '" -".t'4-
The conservatives wanted the plan strengthened so
as to safeguard French control over Algeria. The So Socialists
cialists Socialists demanded enactment of the plan as written.
If BourgesMaunoury gets over the nuraie on ai-
Reliable estimates1 of what the bill would cost ; geria, he was faced by another fight on his system of
close comDetition.; v
Referee Arthur Mercante scored 4-4-2 on rounds
5-5 on points. JudM Frank Fullman also had it a
draw. 5-5 and 6-B.Bnt -.Tudg Nick Gamboli favored
Cott'm, 5-4-1. The United Press had Hart ahead,
the military in added payroll expenditure during
k the, first year .ran between $868,000 ana $900,00
r k 'i.&r 0 'S
Two -Panama Canal divisions combined forces this
week toi produce, as quickly and as cheaply to the
Canal as they could, a new railroad, shelter in Paral-t
so to be used by schoolchildren. i,-L
Earlier in the week the Governor told the Latin ;
American Civic Council officers that it had been de decided
cided decided to build the shelter instead ota covered pass passageway,
ageway, passageway, at the Paraiso High School. --
The Maintenance Division together with the Rail Railroad
road Railroad Division used a new type of "piggy-back" op operation
eration operation in pouring the concrete slab for the new
For the first time in., more than four years of op-
farm price controls, which he imposed last month as
a curb on inflation. ;
Farm Interests, which have powerful representation
In Parliament, demand that the controls be scrapped.
The United Nations General Assembly opened Its
12th annual meeting in New York, r
On its' program for discussion were disarma-
. ment, Russian intervention in Hungary, a Com Communist
munist Communist and "neutralist" demand that Red China
be admitted to membership, the future of Cyprus
. and the Algerian rebellion. 1
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles opened debate
with a warning that Soviet Russian ambitions in the
Middle East might lead, to aggression.
- He asked the assembly to approve Western disar
mament propposals, Introduced at the recent confer-
elating in this area, an Air Force "Whirlybird" broke ence In London, In hone that the pressure of world
down and had engine failure. while in flight.
. The. helicopter was forced to make an emergency
landing near Chorrera, in the Province of Panama.
The crew of the H-19, which was on a routine flight,
was uninjured. The Air Force sent a ground party of
10 men to the landing scene to repair the engine. ;
opinion might Induce Russia to accept them.
The Baltimore Orioles are making an all-out bid
for Detroit shortstop Harvey Kuenn but Tiger Man
ager Jack Tlghe insisted "it will take a whale of an
offer to get him awav from us."
Baltimore boss Paul Richards and Detroit General
Manager Johnny McHale conferred during the past
week and the door was left open for future discus discussions
sions discussions regarding the deal.
5s.f ."We!re not trying to peddle Kuenn,", Tlghe empha-.
sized. "Richards would have to offer us a mighty at attractive,
tractive, attractive, package before, we would consider ietting
Harvev go. True, he's having a disappointing year but
we still feel he's a top-drawer ballplayer and we're
not the least bit anxious to part with him."
The Orioles' chief fare for the Tigers is catcher
r i3 -4irst baseman Gus Triandos but Baltimore
would have to add an Infielder and perhaps even
third player, before Detroit rould seriously con consider
sider consider okaying the deal
Kuenn, who hit .332 last year but is batting only
.274 this season,, is a spray-type hitter Svhose batting
style is tailor-made for Baltimore's spacious ball park.
At Little Rock. Ark. US. District Judge Ronald N.
,vOav!es issued an Injunction commanding Grval E.
Faubus to stoo interfering with integration 01 we
rw i-'o"'- v f .N-.--.-uttle Rock -schools. -Air
Force .cook SgU Frank Bognar of Albrook was Faubus immediately ordered the withdrawal of the
still, on the seriously ill list at Gorgas Hospital fol- National Guard troops he had posted around the tlt-
lowing the removal of his spleen as a result of a hit- tie Rock High School to keeb negro students from
and-run accident. Sgt Bognar was knocked down on attending. However, he indicated he would appeal the
the road to Tocumen Highway last Saturday and the injunction issued by Davies.
car failed to stoo. His buddv got him to the hospital .
.for immediate treatment. Police were still investigat investigating
ing investigating the accident, with no results so far.;.': -j:J.
. Members of he U.S. Citizens' Association decid decided
ed decided to have their Washington representative, La
Vera DHweg, come down here at, the same time
that a Congressional subcommittee arrives on the
Isthmus for on-the-stop hearings. A House Post
Office and Civil Service Subcommittee w3U visit
here to gather information on the various' bills
pertaining to Canal Zone employes presently be before
fore before them. These Involve Treaty commitments for
personnel practices, special retirement and sev severance
erance severance pay benefits.
Before the Injunction was Issued Faubw' law-
yen walked out of the hearing after Davies re re-;
; re-; Jected their attempts to win a dismissal of the
proceedings. After conferring with his lawyers,'
Faubus issued a statement that began: "Now be begin
gin begin the crucifixion."
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A UA Federal Judge ordered Vice-President James
Hoffa .of the Teamsters Union to show cause in Fed Federal
eral Federal Court next Friday why that union's election
should not be delayed. Thirteen rank and -file mem members
bers members Who claim the Sept 30 election convention is
rigged for Hoffa had requested such an order.,.; -;
Sal Maglie, Who ought to know the National League
about as well as anyone, feels the Yankees should
have little trouble beating Milwaukee in the World
.Series provided that the Braves can hang on and
win the pennant.
As a matter or fact, Old Sal believes that If the
Yankees beat Warren Spahn of the Braves In the first
game, they'd have an excellent chance to make it a
four-game sweep. J
"The way I look at it, we're a much better ball
club overall than the Braves," said the 40-year-oli
right hander, disdaining the ball-players' customary
taooo about discussing the Series until the pennant
has been clinched. ?
"We're stronger from any 'angle you look at it it-pitching,
pitching, it-pitching, hitting or defense," he went on.
Maglie, who pitched for three National League
champions during hls. nine seasons- with the
Giants and Dodgers, is-not eligible to play In this
, year's Series because he was acquired by the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees after the Aug. 81 eligibility deadline.
.- Other News In Brief A threecent commemorative
stamp- for the. 75th anniversary of Gorgas was an announced
nounced announced by the Zone Postal Service to be Issued Nov.
17. The Army announced that enlisted men In the
first four grades with less than four years service
. could now be granted commissary and post exchange
privileges which had been taken away in May..., A
cow that had residents of Amador In a tizzy all week
was-finally claimed by its owner Guldo Martlnelll,
a Panama cattleman. wno figured the animal had
escaped while being unloaded front a cattle, boat
At Miami Beach Teamster president Beck said this
rank-and-file charge had "absolutely no merit." Beck-
also said there Isn't a chance the Miami Beach con
vention win De cauea on. j
"The Barber" thinks that the deep left-center field
"contour of Yankee Stadium' and the: Iefty-righty
makeup of th Milwaukee batting order -are factors
: wel'Jiing heavilv In the Yankees'-favor, if v
a.v According to Sal's calculations, if the Yankees start
left handers Whltey Ford and Bobby Shantz in the
first two games at the stadium, 1 they should pretty -well
j neutralize Milwaukee's left-handed hitting
Strength, furnished largely by Ed Mathews, Wes Cov-
Jnirfnn nl vnnnir Boh Hnfele. ;
At Monte Carlo, Prince Rainier and Princess Graced
of Monaco confirmed rumors that they are expect expecting
ing expecting their second child next March. The couple who
have a nine-month -old daughter have expressed
' the. hope the new arrival will be a poy. 1 v ;
,The banana hoat Tropic Trader burned and sank off . , J
!. -,TaDoga. sne was auacnea pn a, eiaun lor wages rued - 0
- In US. District Court, and was subsequently released '
after settlement of the case... A Canal Zone couple, In Hollywood, the Jury In the Confidential maga maga-Mr.
Mr. maga-Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Fahrubel of Balboa, sued the sine libel trial began to show signs of weariness. The
'Panama Canal Compaaiyox8J85.35.wstlng:rom'tlury scheduled a sesslpn: forjrterday lnan attempt
l. hmiKPhnM nfpidgnt ... to reach a verdict.- T
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