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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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endeavor
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tIf 4o bn dt get-apy-
TO gqu4 ,a member of ei-
ther ta, each player bought a
embersh"i car d ih the Ameri-
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later ca. onq th. service, from
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T ofaers' Wves got them-
selvei f-maJor leftue manager,
Herb etto, who has con -
ions the New YorkQlants.
'Thi CO's wivesunable to de-
cide whether'to draft the'Red
Bak ed.. Williams or Maulon
arpao as manager, settled for
Albrook Flyers' second baseman
Eddie Ellenberger.
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TWO.ISLANDS, ONE BIG QUESTION: The decision will have to
be quick, for the Commie invaders are crawling down the coast.


WILL CHIANG GAMBLE

ON MATSU, QUEMOY?
By FRED SPARKS
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TAIPEI Formfosa, March 12
(NEA)-Will Chiang gamble on
Matsu and Quemoy in the days
just ahead?
He'll have ta k htis decision
very soon, for elpinig' s ships,
filled with Cdim e iAvaders, are
crawling down *0 coast.


These troops are a tenth of
Chiang's total manpower and
perhaps a fourth of his best
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a sizeable percentage of the Acordlng t.Nationalist Chl- as steppit. stones to tha
Nationalist army. is beginning ne re 0 Communist Chi Jectlve.
No ithrg nn jhcch!- by -pointed out thi
to reakwith' as'"a idoable sub- Murphy pobbted out th
I personal o not doubt the marine base a Hainan island in United States it ommitt
ability of the Quey and Mat- the gult of Tonkin off Indochi- defed Formsa. Defenr e o
aun garrisons to make a daring na. ta nd, he said, need not be
stand. They know that If cap- The Nationalsts claimed thatlT ed only to Formosa.
tured they'll ave their bodies Russian as well as Chinese Corn- Menwhil
twlatd dWtI alive-their .A.e M.Ta ^perat- Meanwie, In
btain wida 4. blted
One grbup I saw going to observe the.omunmtt KwoIean.
Quemoy the other day ha l might use these daiBaines to Dual f a.o
their chests tattooed with escort tse Arba,; 0gh the ,1e . ,SCUt
"Nate Communist" slogans vio- NatonalistN rMet.o ,f1r a n '
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cided to come to Formosa and Communists e ss- i mass
For the. pidettt alone has shunthe Red paradise. eda large jet air forea In appar- ew mt
uthoriy to order fleet air cover However, because he's operat- ent preparatioA for attacks a- ,,h
for the mmaing offshore is- ng under global floodlights in ainst Nationalilt-held Matsu my, Pyun -.
lands. this show, Red Dictator Mao will island or against Formosa. He also tha
If Chla loses that gamble- surely pour it on Quemoy and "We will capture this ship If He also that h
and wea not pledFad to de- Matsu. we can" a high ranking Na- opposed a .Y~tobring A-
fend anthinr but Formosa Mao has the stuff. Bamboo tionali government official bout a t, I the
and the 1escadores he could rafts holding two or three said. tfit'swhiWl into
take a teMible statistical lidik- men apiece will paddle to the I Matsu Island is the "cork" to Ch na'so n ai on ti" ose
Ing. beaosies on the moonless the port of Foochow, located just ed Nations as Ipri.0, *
nights ahead In a seaborne re- 20 miles off the Communist city
Prior to recently announced petition of the human wave which is at the mouth of the Min A
reinforcement plans, there were tactics 9ften based with success River. LUC -O to.,
50,000 troops on Quemoy and against crack American troops Red China has blustered an-
nerhaus 10.000 on Matas. Hud- in Korea. grily against United States an faea i
died together on small rocky Furthermore, P e Ilp ing has British attempts to halt the III V
matches in the East China seas, thousands of frogmen who couhl Arabs through dipleomatle [ --
they're suckers for Peloine's swim to the Quemoy beaches to means and has warned both n
waves of swept-back MIss, which further confuse and unnerve the the United States and Nation- "-IHU- n
can surely sween the skies of the defenders. alist China against "Interfer-
few Jets the Nationalists own. One of the strangest twists in enee" with the vessel and its NEW YORK, Mareo 13 (
old this Oriental drama is that cargo. Police pondered today
her many Americana of the highest In the most recent warning, charges, if any, they
Aica elAralAn reputation are advising Chian n Wednesday, Pelping said: "If against restaurant owner
;ts) AiriCn Federaioll to roll thp dice--for Matsu andthe United States dares to help rick Moriarty, the adtlt
-uemoy--or to face a dull, un- the Chiang Kal-shek clique to 'it in the case of the
l Re ai s In 2lnt Iamportant tomorrow. itercept the Finnish freighter, fre-plug.
il RefUsMe linlvt II These Americans represent the United States must assume
f Re fu es InIa "those who feel communism has full responsibility for the conde- Moriarty yesteadA ad
* To Parly Wa gone far enough in Asia. The quences." 'hat It was I bl
SMatsu and Quemoy Issue is as "The Chinese people," the drant that aos made
good as any other to bring broadcast said, "wil not tolerate man John Vad Oortron ta
DJAKARTA, March 12" (UP) United States power down on piracy." his badgeand seek a bed
The Central Afrlcin Federation Peiping. Meanwhile in Seattle, a high nearest psychiatric ward. .
Pr.- has refused an invitation to par- But so far. under official U.S. State Department official said
,tf- ticipate in next month's Asian- pressure. Chiang has always today It is "doubtful" Britain's Morlarty said he got
Re" African conference, the Indone- hacked down as he did in the suggestion that Nationalist Ch- seeing automobiles arked
e- slan government disclosed today. '~achens and at Nanchi. Collaps- na abandon its coastal islands per-to-bumper front
etedt The Central African Federa- in. Nationalist morale as the re- would serve the cause of peace. place at ni.ht, making it
he tibn, which is affiliated with the suit of those evacuations is one The Untted States thus ap- cult for his customers to
rthe British Commonwealth, thus be- item pressuringt him to make the peared to be holding out against safely froni taxicabs.
dted came the first nation to decide supreme Ramble. any plan to get Chiang to pull .
against taking part in the giant A Chinese official summed up his Nationalist troops out of To remedy the "situation.
ist conference. Indonesia, India, the argument for the gamble in Quemoy, Matsu and other is.- ut a fake hydrant In froi
cal Burma, Ceylon and Pakistan this sentence: lands just off the China main- his restaurant every n i ?
enal have invited 25 nations to join "If the garrisons fight alone, land. keep cars from parking thee I
eord them in the conference. Eighteen bravely. winning the attention British Foreign Secretary An- The neat scheme l
Jorri have accepted Invitations. Six and admiration of the world, thony Eden called for such a when Van Oostron spote i
12 still have not answered, could the United States let move Tuesday as a step toward auto parked ti front of th~flr
a- The following nations have them die?" settling the Formosa fighting. plug Wednesday night. T
g of accepted Invitations: Thailand, Chiang ponders that question Robert D. Murphy, deputy fleer hung a ticket on t
un- Commuftist China, Libya, Af- as he paces the richly-carpeted undersecretary of state, aild and left, sure he had
rlna- ghansatan, Ethiopia, Egypt, Iraq, floor of his GHQ. the United States wants to ob- duty.
ion. Japan, South Vietnam, Com- tain a ceasefre between Na-
lon. munist Vietnam, Liberia, Nepal, tonalist and Red China as He did a fast double tak
Sun- Sudan Syria, Yemen, Saudi Ara- an wfrf lnlf other nations do. on returning later to nd
now bia, Laos and Cambodia. he "But," he said, "it is doubtful auto and hydrant goe.
urs Replies have not yet been re- that the suggestion of the sur-. After conusde1anu both a
- celved from Turkey, the Philip- fiImon F M C r |F render to the Chinese Commu- doctor and a long
pines, Iran, Jordan, Lebanon and nists of fourth f coastal positions trn d e to 0lua'-
the Gold Coast. r.. ..would serve either the cause of took the fithe to
Selling radio today announc- VAS8TON, Il., March peace or thecause of freedom." tire for investifall. i
ed the selection of uo Mo-Jo, (UP) The Rev. Gilbert Rm He said in an address at the Shortly after M _t aman" of the Chin Peace oer.Ga., and the ev. Al- opening dinner of the Washi confeefd.
e CommIttee. to head a delegation t D.DBetts, Pinopol.la.C. to." .ton State InternaMonal Trade -
on.f public leade" tot d.ay-werenamed sout he asterne Ci. s Judg Gr ats
lck- th"Onfcen Nw DeN riw ....-onal winners i -the ix;-en "the initiators of violent ces
amt- O April L ,feral contest for the best hr.-In the area." g
mm A monitor. sIn 19 on temperate The Communists, he said, have FIrSt DivfCe 7
ed Tokyo i ders o Red alfTM a wor u e pes a d ly they ln A
SC -"e p l--le ~~lu.each and will be eligible for the to-e a r-'Am a d that -n Argi i
ma n d tIn Pei.nf Friday ma de onn snored buw thy eomlder the co stI lands .
S the National Women's Vur Sm for the w aTmperance UnIon.3
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TAIPEI, Match 12 (UP) Speculqtion, was ra
here today that Communist submarines ight fftip
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no's 6|o10 k1 3,0O tons of jet fuel for Re d 0I
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authoritative soues, had ordered the air force anw
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Chinese port.
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ben, asice, ,
coing -i elk a h 1tad
mad the down payment by way of getting himself and
family to Boquete and back.' '
SSeemrs the colonel had pot known Red's pre-loca
Packard where) h, .first broached the. Boquete trip, Upon
reading a contemporary flash story of the battle of- aHleau
Wood on the newspaper doing Red service as a cab window,
the colonel decided on, progress.
Like at lek gtiW 1Red aN window J0flk hewA the
Marines made out in Nicaragua.
These th gs I waj pandering in jy. usual fashion
.(formidable. :b&ibbt)iltV the beetled brow1 the'rfo*m'
flecked upper lip) when someone proffered me "a recent
copy of Time magazine.
Naturally enough I turned straightway to $hp Ed.uca
tion section, to see what there was 1 could beaoth them.
There I lit upon as rib-tickling a piece of ridiculous-
nMs as it has been my fortune to enjoy since my Aunt
Ermintrude leaned too close to the mangle.
A 'mirthful military 'matter. In full accord with the
spirit of the splierdid military intelligence services on the
1anal Zone viz. and to wit, no secrets here i shall
repeat it.
The lawful-wedded whatsit of some general or other
had been burblinAg away to a gaggle of battered brides
(Isn't that what they call that Smetana song and dance
ioutine?)o
Telling. them how t" get through the coffee pot
curtain on a new military post.
This, my olds' for as hearty a ho ho ho as ever you
had, is how the rachitic rite'was reported by Time.--
"The first thing you and. your husband must do is
make a call, In nmyday you always called upon the post's
commanding officer. But Jn some ontt-he is too 'buy to
see you, and you call' on the unit commander.
"Check with the adjutant; he always knows' every-
thing. Leave youth* calling cards on this visit.
"You leave one card (because a lady never calls
on a gentleman), and your husband leaves two (he calls
on both husband and wife). If the commander is a bachelor,
a lady doesn't call on him.
'At a formal dinner you have no artificial flowers or
lace. All your candles are White. You must have men.
servants, snot waitresses... and no bread and butter
plates are used (there a," so many courses ypu don't
have enough roo, for brad)., No toothplcks, pase,-that
is absolutely unfargiveabe." .
The Timepiece ticked on: 'I forgot to tell you girls,
coffee ragks tea."
"Explanation: when coffee and tea are served in the
living room (never, never in the dining room), the top.
ranging officer's wif pour the coffee, the 'ubordinate's
Let mne tell you about the protocol attendant on my
own last' change of abode. As intricate as any at the coffee
pot curtain, believe me.
Ignore those who contend that the tribal rituals of
the armed services spurn current American folkwaye in
favor of feudetl futilities: Such contentions have no under-
standing of the folkways aforesaid. *
My own move to new quarters differed scarcely one
iota from the. rat race recommended by the general's wife.
Which shows how a general's wife is always right, same
as her old man; .a -
First thing I did. ws to.make a all, jiaas she *ays
I called IMF It.w*ay, told them one case of quarts
every Wednesday and Saturday.
"Check -with thp adjutant, he knows everything."
Found myself an adjutant, asked him where was the
nearest place t could get a chive for Juan
Franco. h* would' m lrf think,, Of s /h did
He didn't know that, but siid that if I stuck around
a a while he would assuredly think of something he did
know. /
"Leave your ,Oalling cards."
Sorry, never had a caing card in my life. In the
nappy position of generally' 4 ngyih to remenmpr mw-
own name should anyone ask, R hgaviAg ; to look ft
up on a piece of pasteboard.
"At a formal dinner you h4ve#io artiflolat flower
or lace." -
Her and me both. Artificial floe afuiace-o the
table, and where is there room for Ie kni'iope'bti r,3 the
whodunit and the copy of Mad comics which together
comprise so tranquil an alternative to a featherheaded
female as eating-time oompany?
"AHl your candles are white."
I know for s.re my keroene lamp burns good and'
white. Trouble striking fiscal accord with Fuerza y Lu:.
Not a watt on the lot.
"No bread and butter plates are used."
I should hope not. I have to go mighty easy .on the
dishes if I'm gong to have enough to get through the
+week till Saturday, when the maid come. in to wash them.
Just a little stickum, please, for the old colonel's
de.tures.
"Coffee ranks tea."
Second sorry. Just is not so where I live. Beer ranks
the fieid. And nobody ranks nobody. That the protooel.
Only reason this column today enshrines the wild
* harade skltdthed by the general's wife is that I fancied
I recalled a time, underoeorad .tightly.by sundry dtoina-
tione as of gunfire, when the purpoeO of the armed forwe
was a kind of competitiop.a a to who could oonk the other
character quWshes. --. '
I now at4tcd. ". Tblq .,i the Army, Mrs. Jones.
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THE LARGEST GROUP under Albrook's program to train dependent women in First Aid procedures graduated this, week with 48 women, wives of officers and
airman stationed, at Albrook completing the prescribed course of training and receiving their diplomas from Capt. Charles A. Berry, Albrook flight surgeon.
Guest speaker, Col. John W. Oberdorf, commander Albrook AFB, congratulated the women upon their accomplishment. He expressed his appreciation for the
fine work whlch had been display ff by the Albrook Distaff Wives during past Jackpot exercises and stated that he was confident that Albrook would never need
fear any disaster-as long as the wives of assigned military personnel continued to utilize their training and support of the Distaff program.


Shakespeare Future Of Arab League

Blamed For Regarded As Jeopardized

i By -WALTER COLLINS There have also .been thinly
U S Star nin .. 1 ThI hieIveiled hints that Egypt may leave
SCAIO -, iUP) g- The chief the Arab League altogether unless
question in the Middle East today Iraq abandons her projected ties
is whether the Arab League will with her northern neighbor, but
By CLAIRE COX continue to exist. official sources deny this.
atterg have come to a head It appears most unlikely that
NEW YORK (UP) Mil after the protracted Cairo meet- Iraq will alter her policy as the
lions of starlings are making pests! lg of Arab piemiers whose views Iraqui parliament, recently gave
of themselves across the nation be- I differed regarding Iraq's decision Fremier Nuri El Said a unanimous
cause Shakespeare enthusiasts re- Ito make a defensive pact with vote of confidence.
leased 120 of them in New York Turkey.
C-ty's Central Park in 1891, their This meeiing lasted for a fort-' The result is a stalemate, but
Audubon Soiety' reports .night but' no agreement could be Egypt's objective is to make the
Kenneth i. M-orrison, editor of iached and'ho communique was other Arab states change their
the Audubon Magazine, said the issued, policy.
Lirds were broubt here sa theI What it comes ,to is that the The resignation of the Syrian
American'Acclimitioh ie ght. states represented at the government Feb. 6 was iled in
which wanted representatives of 7ineting held widely divergent Cairo as a sign of revolt by the
very type of- bird mentioned in views .about the Iraqui Turkish Syrian people against Premier Ei-
Shakespeare's works to m e it- pact. I Khoury's foreign policy. At the
slf atkesphore sin t he Unite d States 'Egypt and Saudi Arabia, and to 'time of writing it would appear that
.'They brought 6Over nightingales a certain. extent the Yemen,. the resignation was chiefly due
and all sorts, of birds, bi they- a roundly, abused the past. Syria, to intei nal reasons and had noth-
eied ot4in4t the tarlings, Morr^ the Lebanon, Jordan and Libya of- i mg to do with Syria's attitude to
son said.' icially adopted a non commit, the Iraq-Turkish pact.
In fact, four bateies of starlings tal attitude, but semi officially Under all these circumstances,.
were relased in the park before let it be known that they were political personalities may under-
success finally was attained. The no t op ed to the pact. itake Emissionis to the various Mid-
first three groups perished. Recentlyy the various premiers Idi East Capitals with the object
iFrom the 120 survivors, orri. have returned, to their respective co personally ramming home their
son said -have sprung '"eer 'per-i countries while i Egypt hnas point of view
ky starng-'in the esntin i'T& launchedr-a lttl eile press and To sum up it has become clear
little birds have managed to irri- radio campaign against the pact that the Arab League is in a pow-
tate officials of almost every city and its. supporters, lesss position, and it will be a
by infesting building ledges and This offensive has been spear- miracle if it survives.
rerehing. on statues. And t he y headed by Major Salah Salem the But miracles do occur in the
ave become ,an,: annoyance to Egyptian minister of hationpl Middle East.
other birds,, as guidance, W io bha. written two
8ta gS'lq tan1 y les ip ,the official or-
Splace el ,goAl: ombopria Major Salem __
Sazy they don't care much for has not minced his language, and
building nests. As a result, they Syrian Prime Minister Fares El
take over various nooks and cran. Khoury has been singled out for uit
nies, particularly the homes bitter criticism because of what XamL '0' 4
carved in tree trunki b wood. Salem described as a "fluid" fSi*t' t .a **t
epecke" ap*the laestr otbleelirat= ttitudev *i wm
AiaknusK *. The ,uestto' nowi wati'o- L B?
Te dont ee have much of: lg to happen next. uOae, 6,t
a song of their own except for a day the conference broke up, -
few squeaks, Whistles and chat, Egyptian Priie Minister Gamal
terings. But they are talented imi. Abdel Nasser, said that Egypt
tators, especially in reproducing would p u I Iout of the Arab
the trills and tweets of bluebirds League's security pact on the day
and robins, that Iraq- signed its pact with
Morrwiso said ft. was ~m~i susal f -Turkey.
one t~e of. bird, to live in every Saudi Arbk tV tn'mier, Crown
part -o the country. But he ex. Prince fEisal, said his country
plained that the starling bas would follow Egypt's example.
thrived in this countmtry' because all "We are in full agreement with
the natural forces tending to con. Egypt regarding foreign policy,"
trol its increase were left behind he added.,
in its 'native England and Ger-
many. Nature's anti-starlin n dl
yet he r i'd. Uncse Edition OUR SENSATIOX
The English sparrow has moved IOUR SENSATIQ
around the U.S. even faster thanOf VoIr
the starling, Morrison said, but it VI JIYVUR s J.
isn't much of a pest. The sparrow
rode th freight cars west,. whi'crs IfWhst ,_ THE BFST QU
the'-strling, In a rare departure
from Its inborn laziness, headed
for thdPacific 66ast by'wing. 'LOSANGELES (UP) For O'
"About the best thing you can thd first time a complete, uncen-
say of the starling," Morrison scored edition of the letters of Rob-
added, "is that it is an enemy of ert Louis Stevenson is being pre-
the Japanese beetle." pared that may bring into full re-i
.. liet the real. personality of the
Sritish novelist-and essayist.
I a ri ArS r. BVradfodd A. Booth, literary
SI F scholar, iAth ompfling the edition
SL at the Los Angeles campus of the
.S. U Lniversity of California.
"For the first time," Booth said,
As "we will be able to see Stevenson
plain, "'something we've been de-
AUnied ,for- half a century."
FORT MADISON, Ia. -(UP)- A standard collection of Steven-
Prisoners in the automotive school, son's correspondence was edited
at the Iowa State Penitentiary more than 50 years ago by his
here are building a streamlined friend, Sir Sidney Colvin. But Col-
sports car from the shell of a 1940 vian, in 19th century tradition, ''
Hudson purchlAsed for $12. om ted.anything considered "un- .
Building the car became a genteel or unflattering." .
sparetime project a year ago Dr. Both's Stevenson collection
when prison officials decided there will have a total of 1,800 letters,
wasn't enough regular work to more than three times those pub-
keep the inmates occupied. wished by Colvin and many never I
When finished late this spring, before published.
the car willbe cameo pink and Libraries of Yale, Harvard, and
upholstered ja imitation zebra Pripceton, the National Library of
skin. Second hand parts from Scotland and the Britislh Museum i
12 different cars have gone into are assisting.
its makeup and prison officials
said the total cost will be about IT'S TOASTED
$500.'
Each of its more than one mil- BRISTOL, Conn. -(UP)- Fire.
lion antomobiFe license plate ap- men summoned to a smoke-filled
plications in Maryland this .year apartment by -a neighbor .quickly
contained bookle entitled "Keep brought the situation under control.
Marylauid autif L." They reported, "burned tout." The sets consist of one double
tables, dresser with 36"x50" mirri
stool, one upholstered easy cl
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This young lady Is pretty even in the early morning, for i'
wearing a new lipstick that leaves color on the lis even .fter
it's washed or creamed off at bedtime. This coloring will~iot
Save a trace on her coffee cup to be an untidy calling ;td.

The nightly beauty routine is. A new product may solve this
'aderful. Few things make wom.- r.roblem, particularly for married
en feel as refreshed and ready, women who have to be looked at
for sleep as the pleasant all-over: by their husbInds in the wee
scrub with a rough washcloth, the hours. Thi, el lipstick is design-
ihairbrushing and setting and the eJ to give a penetrating color to
Sgood-tatting session with ai tooth- the lips so ptat Oven after it's
Crush. ~ washel- of lthe, lps e still pink
and pretty.
Getting the face back on t h e p
next morning is jost as essential. The method of application is
but not so much fun. Which to just like that of any other lipstick,
choose: lipstick on right away except that it is allowed to set
even though it smears on the, for 10 to 20 minutes until the sur-
coffee cup or no lipstick till after face cream has disappeared. It's
breakfast even though th look is'tien on for good and won't leave
ghostly, 'traces.


Primarily Of Interest


To Isthmian Women.
By TOMMIE WINDR,.
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J3is/ jActre ksRetir es] fi Iami4 .?i ie


I Actress Geraldine Fltzgerald is a lovely representative of the In a pink and black gown with a black velvet s5aekef. caring
one woman ot of five n the Uted States who has a under the time she stayed at home.upper right) to be s th daugh-
18 and still works for a living. Mita Fitagerald (left) Is gay &a" ter, she "read every play she could et her hands on.." Ready for
youthful as a teenager when she's dressed for a rare evening out work (lower right), she says goodnight to her lighter Susie..,


.i t is a "woman's world" welbuy thehorse and take him to the By ALICIA RART stincts of most mothers. She re- Miss Fitzgerald takes a minute To keep herself prepared for
live in, let us deal with women'sbuy Stathes fore and ti n g shows as NEA Beauty Editor tired from her work to be a full-cut to store Suzie's handkerchief the day she and her family had
ve in, rests us specially fron an Isth- an open ir. "Or If we don't time mother during Stizie's first back in her pocket. agreed she'd go back to work,
ian viewpoint, and see wpecill a t's I do hope that he will one d a y eraldine Fitzgerald's glowing years. She and her husband, Stu- Asked whether she felt retire- Miss Fitzgerald read as m any
mian vibehind the scenes, so to enter a U.6. show as he dw o Irish beauty illuminates the whole art Scheftel, and Suzie, for more meant would make it difficult to plays as she could get, her hands
oina on behind the scenes, so to enter most sccessflshe room a she ur coffee into ti. than three years lived a life unin- back into acting again, Miss o. She studied them. he did
PThat implies that I know all "He's not unlike "Little Da- ny cua on acOld afternoon. For icrrupted by curtain times. herald leinedtorward with a ballet exercises. Her" easy move-
That implies that I fr o w all d. "Hs not unlikeasure "Litth.' tl e th ir time the slim actress "When my older child, my son, clear sile. As she spoke, h e r ments and handsome fire. are a
Colon in t e Darien try El nd s a pleasure to wath entry hands a handkerchief t was growip up," Miss Fitzgerald sparkling red hair slid over her tribute to her care during h e r



hu is h m lrea l time' p. e w o The graceful Park Avenue a "I decided that Sale was going emarooned if you live ith chi- land eah summer, Susie oes
*alle, aelhiqwete is whaelt. Whavg~ tich reminds me . I or harthreetand-a-half year old relates, a Ie ttle sadly, "I was ti- shoulder."Whenh.o


w el, I don't. here are all it l from Fred Rudesnh eim, o w n daughter Suzie, who bounces back d down under contract. Now he A'If you're withs," s children, you're As mothers know, lifgt a s ax
fus proceed with the line orgf chatza- and manager of the stables, an hat and forth from sofa to chair to ten lls mthe oftime-raise my own ma ged, never out fst u touch.a soo-Everything other does not cease if one hoes
ts ldone, always busy wviethunother Horse Show will be notak- feer other's FIta l .. happf things aand unhappy things, you do is real. The world w e11 back to work. When Miss pitz.



terthng or other, en have pa- ing plac e nex ent frori typical career oman talet-tmt never really gets lost. E- ing as Jennifer Dubedat in "The
I met a very interesting wome an u.time 4 b The hful Yet raful Park Avenue a "My friends in thSzie waprofessi on vidently it finds newi chit- land each summer Suzie goes
afo t he first timetly ande w t r- wh iit he attend~ i rsaer jjl w p. :noparterienta a i,, ll ttn, u oi . ag.ne re. But y wan. Miss F iis thuless of a woan wor
uiyenjoyi h erself w rear-i ad h i dsewho haven't sreto love w hea day. Frhss eye-to-e m ye oithelp bi uat thousands of women "Oh, yes," she went on, "you th tho ac t amily





ing, swimming, And sunbathing." whole program. child care experts and the in. oo it or you don't. I did.a hger daughter. bter.
Her name is Betty O'Brien, ---
and she is the wife of Frank L. Undoubtedly one of the most typical career oman. talent never really gets lost." E-
et a ve prominteresting woman mportantthined by the youthful Yet Geraldine Figerald is ty- "My friends in the profession evidently it fhappenmds new channels, Doctor's Dilemmag in Pa. n L
this week, who is visitindus. na mans-id before the end of every h s pical of many of te w o r k in were horrified, and my amy too, for one of the decorations in Fitzgerald brings the I a t ing


trial machinery firm oes undthr month is the Professional Hig mothers in truthfulness of a woman
the name of The tt O'Bren ac giving ChamO'Bonshp. It t aes
andshery Company, and Betty accom. ace in the atio of the Hot"ln El
nanied him on this business trip Panama on March 25, 26 (at ,:30
or her annual v cat.bn.. They p.m.) and 27 (at 2:30 p.m) .r i Ae Ce i
first went to New Orleans, where Miss Lois Clifford of Chicago f
Frank attended the Inter-Amer- will be participating and she is
ican Business Conference, and ar. the first woman ever to compete
rived in Panama just over a week in such an event. I undertind S C
ago. Frank left last Sunday for that this pqtite, (4ft. 10 in.) b e AS pringS tylS Kal u
further business in Colombia, but gel. .22 is a real daredevil. As
returned to Panama yesterday. high diving isn't dangerous e-
"I didn't go with him' Betty enough, she has alV raced stock
told me "because I liked it here cars professionally, done t r i c k
0o much that I decided to stay I hors e and motorcycle rid in NEW YORK -One mother of a
and take it easy.' Unfortunately, and doubtless has a few other "household of kids says that she
this harming couple, will be leave trum cards up her sleeve! marks the turnover point between
o n t yea kampinship iS childhood and adolescence when a
o t lK.eco before returning to ing to be moree than exciting t~ young person stops groaning at
t States. watch, since contestants W ill the prospect of a nap and hurries
While attractive, blonde Betty climb up different levels of t f4 eagerly to the couch or bed.
tell me so herself, I have hotel and dive into a 6 ft. deep, "simply bushed."
ivei" sod euhtority that she 22 ft. wide-tank in the patio. Th tue.
a li ismust takctive 1y i rguts. The irony to teen-agers Is that
and around P phi. Attractive ,oro y iel, when this time comes, there nev-
tive woman, and has the El Panam's swimming po er seems to be enough time for
4a'i stin all sorts Of ac- is organioi saWut and pl sleep. There are so many busy,
IU ji t _o1women. clothes fasi ;s which exciting things to do that sleep
k k'and l Bettylive at Wyola be part oftbe d .g show. The comes last.
Farms, Newtown Square, Penn- models taking part will be final.
sylvania, which is-aabout twelve ly chosen at a rehearsal I For beauty's sake, sleep must
miles #j rom Philadelphia. It is a March 18, but the tentative liF not come last. New York models,
Itoomed nouse, and sounds fas- have miluds .ye Hudson. who face latheir severest critic York models,
ieatn. The middle part w a s vonne unnd.100 Retanson, who face their severest critics,
In' IM the back end in Ann 9orfi 6. Beth atchett, A- the cameras in the early morn-
hils 176eo e w a-8Ml J Re7 a di Ann rlthing and all day long know that
While tne front end was add- nae Muller June Rowley, Alhn the loss of even an hour's sleep
wi0d, and the whole house Keller, Josie Dibella, Sue WaM can turn their photographs i n t o
i l om wide and 225 feet burn. Doltie Mgtier and Dixise the reject pile because of wrinkles
fronded by 70 acres of Humes. and puffy eyes.
IAlways of intertest to women, td
S she was married-a nd show will b e weH presented, Lack of sleep can change your
12 ..... kw t Biet. this ear's t a of Jantze n'%411 Lack of sleep can change your
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a US c1 years- IULM yCO 5 'le^ ^
a' buyer with Bonwit &be featured. sowing us exactly
d in Philadelphia, which is what is the current vogue of New
mo town "and w Iere I York, Paris tmd London-wh 6
I(enr aall my Life" shef ad- the summer arrives! ,
,The O'Bricns have six chil- ,Friday and. saturday' si w
, their ages ranging om fif- and diving ethibittin (Marc
to Bour. "There are five boys and '6) wl- be followed by a
j gilq Betty said, adding dance, so 1t4saiy to'" see that
chuckle "obviously I like this year's show offers many new
4 e r, Iadvantages compared to last
, e her main interests, a- year's event .ich, incidentally
m husband, kids an d was very gvoi ,
t naturally!), are horse-
and growing vegetables. Congratul.9a6ns" to Miss Naocy:.', ~ Mali fjnltndlmp(lflame
cde ride. too, a n d Paaon on e announcement f dra ieSab sure aand du al= gmi ffrrtw elaml i n
re of the six rses with the Ibe g Tete oers w.ill. e-, i IMet surface to reslat sals bug. h st walst and ee weeds ar eombinedi
thir. thr ater r h U w we" l seetalr mek ides and black metal lms. Usnl new tables p (upper right) is
appeared in lnprt roles lofA Nemn Diam.enti patte aher elf 1 ndg atlales. ar he
,l', -e- "My T e Ael" presented by; ,neiraohm&aZ. u utt gtm 'now-
a at bring s to. I Players at thee i .nd;...of I
t t the Panamaye .'i 'o table, This me mn table and fioor
I in the An Nancy is the elitdest daughter o BYGAIDUGaa oftableTemtabe ad a r
-of16as 'Iim m marry 0. A.Iall and floor lmps, lamps and even in one new out-
a 4.-agua weun -dl"' a NEW YORK (NZA)-Tbere', A table lamp may be a mlnia. door lighting unit.
e'Dill f d Mliaon h. more variety than ever before in' ture or it may be a -Inch mant.
C" Zem. aney. Ikehc.m e the new lauDdesigne ifr spring 'Most, bow.".,, stilamsur be. Coiutemporary designs continue
Gir Sc umow ami is lea.decorang schemes. Home-mak. tweenp enA ,4 o....T.b.te df m t modern.
ow. f- .a 11. p aoiN. Pra0dlh yra who they go &Vwill'wans,e ,k .0 a ...... _ ...., thin is t.h F, .
w, r autful enie. in no one clearcut trend. B u t otr very ow tsin bIg hih -nUne/. -mo.rn which introduces
it 1W It i they will find individuality. ceilinged roms. ns A w rl_ _ha

in" -. I, statelv modern, trddiUtnal, symi..Americas has nhiw I, l 4 p;ofitsmoothlylate
shsebI Ginh hock160'mm"b"C IL At Aneare rereft.ntil dI coachk i.aom An m'& hg 565 MI. -7 mW b u".~~d. y.-- '


wnhie Rppearance as well as your
outlook. If you've had enou g h
sleep, your eyes sparkle, y our r
skin looks smoother and clearer
and your whole system. hums as
aiIoothly as a '55 car.
An old saw says that an hour's
sleep before midnight is worth
two after. This isn't excatly true,
but it works out to be correct in
most cases.
This Is why: Most of us need
eight nours sleep a day. Of this
eight hours Ihe first two are
spent by the body in "unwinding,"
acccrdmg to sleep experts. The
earlier this winding is done, the
more time there is before that 7
o'clock alarm for sleeping.
cour e, if you could sleep
un% 10 in the morning, midnight
would mean nothing. But w h at
I teen-agcr can?
Trying to catch up an the week-
ends by sleeping I makes many
women groggy all day They need
Ia schedule Gifed eood.
i It's the nightly investment o,0
IsIeepne that keeps teen agers
bright fV their school work or
JoWe and che nry datm. -


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ST. PATRICK'S DAY CORNED BE3- OAF I" s rved WUkh
cabbage wedses and srda bread.


March 17, St. Patriek's D
a great day for. the Irish.
of coarse, corned beef and
rIage, being popular with
proud sons and daughters
fair green isle, they belo
the menu for March 17.
Mrs. Bridget Clansy, of
York, serves tradlitiodal
beef but with a modem Il
saving twist. She makes a
ed beef loaf, covers it with
radish cream sauce and dec
it with shamrocks cut fro
memto-stuffed olives.


Day, Is
And.
cab-
the
of the
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ews
(*~nrrd


Bake id moderate oven (375 de-
nrees F.) 1 hour to 1% hours, or
until firm. Serve with horserad-
ish cream sauce and garish with
dives as desired.
heese-Ofive Surprise Rolls
(Makes about 32 small rolls


b.or- One 14%.ounce package hot
cor- roll mix i-3 cup chopped pimen-
horse- tostuffed green olives, 32 -inch
corates cubes processed Cheddar cheese.
m pL Combine hot roll mix and
elil eg mix well. Prepare dough


St. Patriek's pay Corned Lk
pd t 4 p ake directions.
Beet Patrcks D C When ready toshae, orm dough
B a .. anrtund cheese chb to make
(Makes 6-8 servings) balls about 1 to inches in
Fourned beef, c s diooke d groundiameter. Arrange in gre as ed
ed potatoes, 4 cup fine dry read lw baking n and bake ac
crumbs, 1 eggs, slightly beates; condin, to package directions for
1 medium-sized mnion, ehoppd; PI roWs.
4ir'cup chopped nfiento-s It PAT I
green olives, 2 tablespoons e ST.PATRICK DINNER
all-purpose flour, 1 cup milk,
C o m b i ne beef, po t a t o e, Green vegetable juice cocktail
crumbs, egg onion and olivesi St. Patrick's Day corned b ee
mix well. Melt butter or arga; Icaf, littered cabbage wedges,
rine over low bet add flous and.i. bread, butter mArgarineh
blend. Gra d d )nka andl a r9dwoeithk
cook until thlikeiied, stirring con- Rrds ock
stantly. Add to beef-olive mix.- olds, walnutqnocola c a k e
re an dmi well. Turn ix-with greenpe t frosting,
ture into greased 9sx5t-inch pan. coffee," tea, mlk. .



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Beauty Tips. ForM' Lady


Because carrying a handbag is'for borrbWing them from friends,
such, a reflex action with women, too. She isn't you. even If
it's a good way to remind your- wears the same size dress.
self of things. A string and note
tied across. the handles of your Troubled with getting. to sleep
waiting-tb-go-cut bag is a vastly gostto sleep la nghthop out
more effective reminder than a long while. No matte whe yom
string on the finger: ot to sleep last night, hop ou t
of bed the next dayat the exact
usme time. Don't cheat. Bet you
Have to hide tears? Do this: et to sleep early after while
smother your nose in cold cream. e this.
Remove it, theb bathe your face
in hot then cold water. Then Do you delight in finishing a
-plash ,our eyes with try water murder mystery in bed at night
Lie down with cotton dipped in and lose sleep? Try reading the
ice water or witch hazel on your dictionary. You'll probably pro-
eyelids. Stay there 10 minutes. far to sleep,
Need help with your eyes? Chesaly made sumglas. can
Keep this mind: an oculist or harm the wor Dng paro your
ophthalmologist i an M. C. who aes. however the y matter
spealues in eye trouble. An th pretty part. Pick ne-s p
optometrist is a non-medi l man proved by e U, S.. Burau
wh measures eyeh r r ors and ntandars. -
premnes gle uand execises., .
An optician is a man who grinds No matter M oldyou a it
lesn, fits the to Mas and fd the it 70_ du a

Dqn't take sleagg pills wi ed, r b
out your doers in sen ctons dbvottag a lder twist
Ther n d M If not used Ir eCh. T i.sb e .iN '-aS.'
!withk medicaL MeM* i& harm- tering to the appearance .1 yow
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Also: -
"NAKED ALIBI"
with Gloria Grahame


CENTRAL L. .
12:37, 2:25, 4:37. 6:49, 9:01 .p.m.
WEEK-END RELEASE!

"JOHNNY GUITAR"
with -
JOAN CRAWFORD
STERLING IAYDEN


LUXTheatre,.0"lS" I DRIVE -I


1:00, 3:00, 5:00, 7:00, 9:00 p.m.

"SO THIS IS PARIS"
with -
Tony CURTIS Gloria de HAVEN
Gene NXLSON Corine CALVET
Paul GILBERT


PRICS:E

ZELEA8E!


WEEK-END R


"DRUMS ACROSS'

THE RIVER"
with AUDIE MURPHY


CECILIA Theatre ..

"THE CAINE MUTINY"
with HCMPHRXN B-.T

Also: .. .

"THE BAMBOfPtlSO*F
with Robert


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The Nickelodeon true to history in every detall. At right Is an authentle gas street lamp, lens*e of Nickelodeon features eo
behind which I aW al 1 af Philadelphia street scene of the period. At left kl.bay windOw curtsI. It roll up to dlacto
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let on. .e . *"Jea wi'
offem a new version of "Tles of
iOffma" next seespn, wi Cyril
Kt. . e l.tQ.
10w lip KIuMs~f~a Nor-

,bk te *toa a
ce, a Sqter,- Caolina
Cotton and Florida Friees -in a
play by Tenpesbee, Willams?


sve to .ay-ent on a New Yptk
aprtment. You don't know It. but
seems -your wife has it i
arranged. .
The wife In' the case is the 16ve
ly little blonde, Janet Leigh. Now
Janet isn't an ,rdor ary lovely ltt-
t!e blonde. She's a lovely litt1q
blonde with mabition. And her
current ambition is partially ful-
filled.
..She's going to design clothes.
The idea is to get -together, a
reasonable stock of (a) expert.
ece and (b) cold, hard cash.
And then she'll open up a store
somewhere and sell dresses -
the kntd of dresses she thks
shq"Id be pold.
"y idea is simplicity and cas-
ualness,"' shi says. "In the mid-
dle-price range. I feel very strong-
ly about that." ,
'IV TOPPERS
8 AM COWLING ("Breakfast
Club," ABC-TV): One of the hard.
est times to get the baby to sleep
is when she's 18.
-he's just signed a contract with
a New York dress manufacturer
to lend her name to a new line
of that kind of dress. Fine she
can'- w, here's how she'll do
tte dS -- -:
"rtll h1 e artits my Ude2,"
*he "a. "Then -they' draw up
a msere of -hetches and 1il
change them, if necessary, to get
thba mIt bt I've never e-.
ow d mn& thi bWeare no kitks
In -it -ddWlU home."'
Ih te w 'B kwe to d 1
w k M=0R i have ise11"I
.New- lo-d t, h -a 1*
W*i pron- miese as mnd su
a Mew Yoear a-rtmelt,.`_mw'
-*r .j swAb abee wont
To as dasete ,Ideal sb
I ,ktM.1" Jawt IsIs. "I b1


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..i by insm Jow

OLLYWOOD (NEA)- CW.
ering fflywood: A Ho1lywoods-
man just returned from Las Ve-
gas, reports seeing a new sign, out-
side one of the town's many wed-
ding chapels: It reads:
"Drive-in marriage sefikce. We
marry you In your car. Please
blow horn." ,I


Guy Madison's youth, I hear, isf
the main reason he won't be emot-
ing with Clark Gable in "The Tall
Mlen." The contrast between the
two was too much- for The King.
. Jess Barker, who hasn't let
LS Jut Lelgmrh.? himself be photographed with a
"-amsel since his separation from
SSusan Hayward, just posed with
ill my lreusei on approval, and Jackie Loughery for a fan maga-'
sen them ac e -doesn't like zine layout.
S 7 o mad at h.im in "The Fabulous Fanny," life story
my mad at m in of the late Fanny Brce, is te
.we ovet aogdre- production 'cook ptove at Warner
-weadne together. Bros. TV's Kiye BaBlard- *ill be
a w1 e wer'eis lovely gown. among those testing for the part.
Just as e were leaving the house LOU COSTELLO "battles" mid-
to do the' shw. he saidYou look dleweght champ Bobo Olson on
tpwul.' I knew hat he didn't like 's Comedy Hour March 13. I'm
--" y no oS l m h collar bones, betting on Lo1-by an ad lib .
Sk-'n hard 1 E e dward G. Robinson, Jr., makes
And 'then veryonf says to him, production, "Dangerous Ques ."
What are you doing starving r "s
thi p i r cold thive killed The Norman Kaiser who filed a
him, though." . $,000 lawsuit against Mario Lan-
Rit'il fe- iarsabout the apart- za for damages to the Beverly Hills
It'. Ife''arseabout the apart- mansion Mari, rented from him is
t. They e all even, now. Norman Kerry, the silent-flicker
"IN* JAB',wmflm e's new STAR. The litigation has tied up
pneA d J to rvel nev ne% w the $2500 deposit the singer put up
ly, 9 L0 rave re vews-lefore he moved into the home.


et of the seaon. It has two
INgredients that are all too rare
In the theater real people and
real humor.
-KInM Stabley proves' again that
she is one of the finest actresses
currently in action. And around
her .Js a great east Anthony
Ross. Albert Salmi, Elaine Stritch,
Patrick McVey. They al play
real people like real -actors.
It's a memorable evening.
Eugene List, the classical pian-
ist who. as a GI, played for
Chmurchill, Stalin and ex-President
Trnumn at Potsdam, has reached
bis goal. He did a concert in
Watertown, $. D., the 48th 8tate
in which he's played.

DICK'S QUICKIE: Industrial
designer Paul Wrablica's three.
wnet lesson in book keeping:
"Don't lead them."

WATCH YOUR STEP
MIDDLETOWN Conn. -(UP)--
Connecticut's lottery law is o
stri-t that flipping a coin before
starting a football game U is a
Thus far, however the statute ha
not been enfrced to this degree.





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Los Angeleg gang boss Mfckey C]-,
hen, it's said, will contribute a
written puff to the ads for "Wire-1
tapper," the film-biog of J imn
Vaus, who used to tap wires for'
Cohen. With Cohen now in prison, I
he could honestly say: I
"I wish I could get out to see
this picture."
Now it can be told that Marilyn
Monroe vetoed Cary Grant and
other handsome stairs for the role
opposite her in "The Seven Year
Itch." She insisted that Tom Pwell
should repeat his Broadway suc-
cess because a glamor boy would
throw the whole premise of the
play out of kilter.
So who says the gal is all wig-
gle and no brains?
SONJA HENIE tossed a formal
dinner party for all the Liberaces,
who gasped at the silver plates on
the table. Liberace's mother and


,KELODEON." in front of the
an time to time, concrete blocks
handprints of famous personal- New rous
these were Charles Laughtoie's,
Ide, you'll see a luxurious red
old fringe and tassels. hibging By V. G. VARTAN
an asbestos roll-up curfIn, on.
Colonial scene and,In thi early "NEW YORK-(UP) The latest
>f old local business fihnt. The lng in sausage is seaweed -*
lary Pickford, Lionel Barrymore the tasty kind.
ind Louise Fazenda, Fatty Ar- An edible sausage casing made
ling Lizzy Astray." rsi seaweed derivatives is slaRT
d, .4 I for production first for fresk
*~ sausage and later for salai'
"summer type sausages.
,The new tight fitting cover for
sausage is scarcely visible aftse
cooking. The casing has no flavor
and it's easy to chew.
dium a pginate, a component iso-
lated fr,'al y seawded. The eas-
ingis t Ad o retain all the
juice of the aige good news
for sausage fanciers. (Visking
Corp, Chlcadgp, Ill.)
When suminer comes youll be
able to wide a new air condi-
tioning unit troap room to room
on silent rubtWb ee
Resembling th 'standard win-
dow type unit the portable cool.
er rests on too pf a solid wrought-
iron carriage il much the same
A~ay a small television set sits on
a table
It's no trouble to install the cool-
er in the bedroom, say, after you
have used it in the living room
or library. installationr- all with.
out tools takes only a minute.
The air conditioners are avail-
able in units gunning from 1-3
horsepower to .% horsepower.
(Emerson Radio and Phonograph
Corp., New York City.)
A new speed control system for
airplanes helps to keep pilots
ld-faabion -bei- pals "ted from overshooting the runway.
se the moving-peturesmreen. The device, which may be used
Sr. on light planes or jet bombers,
tells Ihe pilot the optimum speed
Sona's mother have met, in case for both landing and take-off.
you re wondering how the romance A simple dial is mounted on the
is progression instrument panel. The speed con-
trol. system continVously compeo,
sates for I e1 factors which must
This is Hollywood Mrs. Jones: be coisildered'ih determiningg the,
Oscar candidate Dorothy Dan. correct speed aid transfers the
dridge, currently singing to S.R.O. results to the dial. The pilot' mere.
signs in Vegas, was fired after her lv yhas to keep the dial pointer
first singing performance at a Spo- centered to fly at the correct
kane night club five years ago. speed. ....


EAST ASIATIC COMPANY
ANNOUNCE THE SAILING OF


M.V. "SONGKHLA"
from

CRISTOBAL TO NEW ZEALAND
ON MARCH 16th
(Single rooms available with private bathrooms),
APPLY:
C. B. Fenton & Co., Inc. C. B. Fenton & Co., Inc.


Fenton Building, Cristobal
Tel. Cristobal 1781


Terminal Building, Balboa
Tel. Balboa 1065


Hearts and Flowers: Jane With- and oir conditioned -
ers' hcart-thzod one of the -musi-
cians in the Four Freshmen act for your comfort.
now in San Francisco. Itis the
former kid star's first serious ro-
mance since her divorce. . The Round Trip
name of Shelley Winters' ex-hubby
Vittorio Gassman,- no longer ap-.
pears on the hlist of MGM's regular
contract stars .
JOHN WAYNE is winding up the
role his company fired Bob Mitch .t '-
um from in "Blood Alley," and .
iust to prove they're still pals.-
Wayne wUl invite him to the first Panonroi L Street No. 5, Ti. 20670s Coln: Salo 5id., TeT. 1097
preview. Wayte's already on rec-
ord that he will hire. Bob again ? T M. iNC.
if the right story comes along.
Close-Ups, and, Longshots: Ex. ,



I FLOTA MERCANTE GR A COLOMBIANA, S. A.


M/S "IUDAD DE CAU" MdX selling I U.S. Ws (Coast Pos, March 24, 1955


MASONIC BUILDING CRIETOBAL, CANAL ZONE TELEPHONES: CRSTOBAL 2998, 1700, 2535
MODERN REFRIGERATED SPACE AVAILABLE


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*e in a4vising theij.ista
W m the 14th of tM 1e
lce will be transferred t the4
H., Street (Entrance to tb4e IA
the city of Painma. ,

ltPHONE: PANAMA .91
P. 0. BOX 75, PANAMA


MAX DELVALLE,
President.


FLOTA MERCANTE

GRANCOLOMBIANA, S. A.
A ts6sil_* di_ mli l .i C PI--ai


EASt COAST AND GULF PORTS U..A.
aUlitaj: fEery Fifteen Days for:
Houston and New Orleans
Sallings: Every Ten Days fort
New York Philadelphia Baltimor
(Gulf Vesael eall at VERACRZUS -na T-M i6'
(MEXICO) every six eeks)

Wiford & McKOy; inc. a
M" Rni esirin, cstoba, Z.
TELEPHONES: CRJSTORAJ,: M$8-ilM an


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Zlvery cabin is outside.


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SAILS FROM BALBOA APRIL IOTH
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NEW YORK, ARRIVING APRIL 1STH

Minimum Rates $275.00

Take a delightful cruise to New York aboard the luxury. .,,
ous KUNGSHOLM. All cabins have ptivate bath
shower. Enjoy broad decks, spacious dinng and 6ther *
public rooms. Cuisine and service In the Swedish A-" '',,
melican Line tradition.

FOR INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS

C. B. Fenton & Co., Inc., C. B. Fenton & Co., ia
Feintb Building, 113 Terminal BualiSg,
Cristobal Balbes


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LIBRERIA PRECIADO LOURDES PHARMACY FARMACIA L'- LEWIS SERVICE HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
i Ni MSt eet No 13 182 La CArasquilFour, ofl j ,y '- Ave. [Tivol No. 4 rei. ,a o AAve. No.41
XMlI' l'' MORRISON CASA ZALDO Agencia Internal. V' PAi so FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS THE PANAMA 4MERICAt &. . 1-
4tb of July Ae. & SJi central Ave. 45 46 Cetra A ,. ., Central Ave. trt . I -
SFOTO DOMY FARMACIA EL BATURRO FARMACIA, LIX FARMACIA VAN-DER-DIJS NOVEDAD
,..2 ORDS ..Aros...mena Ave ,a asd N .- .. "a .' "NO.* my,.Lsue".....v.ia3.aaeiv.


CRCIAL & Foi FOR FOR SALE A SORTS -I FOR RENT MISCELLA S.. F
SSIONAL Autonob Miscellaneous TTAGE, one Apartments DEYl k.Os
FO AL SALE-194 Z FOR SALE -Bees. Small apiary lliboo 1866. ATTENTION 6.1.1 Just built ca Cleaners.. Via FOR SALE:-
t iipe I '. 1 .zttons .. l' equipment. Tel. 6-225. modem furnished apartments, 1. Tel. 3-0871. Brt ll rf
_ve Everythingleda bet Tioo-FS bod d WILLIAMS' Santa Clara Beach 2 bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel. East and Central Ave~t,. Tel, tngs. Can b. rw
ye Everything ble bedfo1 -. ss -. ., : o.ot___ FOR SALE: 10 good saddle Cottags--rockgas, refrigeration. Panama 3-4941. 2-1346.-
S Yer Lawn ows. 6351- s-Ro (Oa SALE: 195 I lym th. horses. Can be seen at Panama 24edrort. Phone Balboa 3050.
rden Beautiful Zone. tA Wagon *we Riding School. Phone 3-0279 be- FOR RENT:-Furnished and un- PIANO SERVICING b i-3tu- F LE:--ew
D ry Seaso. r Exclen '. teen 3 and 5" p m. AihIs. Oceonside cottage s,.. furnished 2 and 4-room modern ated technician. Tunil. rl -p. .Ev nrude..
FO8 4-3E er Santa Clara. Box 435. Solboa. apartmentss. Contact Alhambra repairs a special a.Lcn
ge.t.r. 4 de- teo ri ,-' FOR :-:-Purebred Dolma n Phn Poanma 3-1877. Criato- Apart ts, 10th'SttePt, Phone RAPHAEL, Balboa' for 341 l
9 ro. 8 c- (Cal idogiu puoppes. 6 weis bol 3-T673. 1386,.Colon. blo, e -
l* i Balboa, if 2 50 -. 25 -FOR SALE -192 Ion F&c .., old. Prices reasonable. IH-llse 2PENTECOSTAL.1-i..
P cBilyo t 0FBolboaes. 2-9S,25 dor, radio, excellent condition. Detsaps, Phone 3-1786. Gramllch'S Satta ClOara Beach FOR RENT: Furnished apart- God, etc.) FdelofwdhI ,uer
-. 'ayeRcycles. A Phone Balboa 1317 COttl' es. 'Modem conveniences, ment, gas stove, refrigerator $75. Sunday 7:30 p.m., 1bri ll
*.SprayersFOR SALE:,-.Attractive house-- FOR FOR A Chbuabupup o rol. Phon- GOmboo ILon-g-term $70. 48th St. No. 3. UW6) Buildin, a _. ....
*Wheelbarrows bar, all mahogany, on wheels. 1 FO3 SA 5 m Ch roletd 8. -. FOR RENT: -Compete.y fur. ,
,SoillS-ir'y'Iilel1 hei-vre. olet.___ "FOR RENT: -- .Completely fur- l D e _. .. Re
e... "I.; 1'I.l 'Y nis l luxury aiparmin, m o I osiIno,
eonoreSoiSpray | / / ..~o j FOR SALE:- Deepfreezer $75; FOR RENT Alegre, w.th living room, dining i. -
Fertliers 193 Ccco o SALE -1953 rd Country oir compressor and spray gun room, air-conditioned bed-sitting WANTED: S Ld* 'for ,. Lt,
~* 9rinlklerS pFO s F ~ chS i Sidon Stati.on W2 n. Ford-0- $75; Boyce crone jig-saw, will O roor, second bedrop, tw h- club. Goodopportunity o r-
S3- D T M 4c, radio.t et t offer over sow a 50-inch circle, mounted on rooms, for ren e.pt. cost $165 ested persons. Parisi fu e .
FunllnCS 'u 't a cI W 60. Phone 9. heavy table, driven by /4-hp. FOR RENT:---Chalet one bed- monthly from April I to June 1. Store, No. 27-10:Cen.a r _.,_ + _cky+ B_--__,..__ _1
motor $90; Quartermaster Jining room, living-dining room, kitch- Phone 3-3444 commencing 7 ' ..-l
GEO. F NOVEY INC. Roa F ALE:- Buick Super; room table with leaves $10.- en, on Generoi Jose de San Mar- p.m. Sunday. WANTED Re FOR SA
S Central Ave. Tel.w, rio.lastic seat cov- tun 124-A, phone 5-169. tin No. 6, downstairs. -- mobile lesman. LosCu
O Central Ave. Tel. 31 ers, excellent core, original own- FORRENT:-Apartment, 2 bed- Motors. Inc.. 10th or Ls
SFOR I er. $650. Nevill"Balboa 2619 JOIN THE TREND towards mod- FOR RENT:-Modern house in rooms, 486th Street. Bell Vista. -.


Amadrl P1h Phone 82-4149e 8.00 & livery. Veenetion blinds, recondi- WANIT
8en ra a .M t " r w u ts erl e llnoatic. FOw. ...SA LE : -'51, rm ,-M s Ii '.3:00, -fter 2. tionin g s r ei cr t wes. Free- f bestm e .s 18t e$ 8A88 0 tl
." FOR F during d y / ern window covering, using match Los Cumbres with large grounds i Phone 2-2601 from 7:30 a m. to..'."."'.''
"-,,il s ,,II WITH ord ch .-_. stick bamboo drap-ies4 n.d cur- -for $00,6-105 mboo.5p.m./. .. ..


l o A. m.-d ORILLAc frigerat ..r. -re fot. 4ol o'.. FOR SALE:-195, QP fioc Con- buted b Productos de Madera,- W T : S sh -
S t I erwine b vertible, ex ce et condition A 98 Centrl Ave., between WANTED TO BUY:- Smooth
" ii block from lwi Theatre cles rna _gmh rv dlnil ~l $1875. Phone Balboa 3401, Cu- Kod to-+ulding and Fifth Ave" P Re9 T hoolor u! an citin Cu
.+ no~litercd lme O.Io d- rundu 3233. odk uln adFf Av tiressuitable f.,.,, o rr. nstruting- col. ^orulhoe ,Ea8.andleycitin ,rernblind-- "
*.* I.lmohogany inble' v f FOR SAL :--1950 Plymouth 4- PANAMA CANAL COMPANY i 2-0406". of American history ewhen the tB
"Insure In radio; mie lloneo Ex 3 door De Luxe $500 (radio and OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS Western plains were black k. with
Sure insurance" llent conditr1 3-4848 hetoee. Albrook 86-3261 or FOR SALE WANTED-Modern set of Ency-, thunderous millions of buffa-
I m- A..t M FL-.... Lct 86-213a ril t Sealed bids, for o 0enin in ub clopedia. Col Panama 3-4780. loes, is painted .l Mar ndo2
AGENCIAS "l! aIDGE FOR SALE:-P6-strhn Rottan so- I... .. .t lic, wil be re ei ed nt, ,-30 in "The Buffal6 Hunters," one -
P anama 2-0552 fa excellent condition. Phone FOR SALE:- 1949 PontI' c Se- March 29, 1955,n o- g of the books placed in rcula-
4th of Jl n 14.2 I B- oo 3401. Curundu 233.d aun_ good condition.2Phone Tivoli iceof Superintendent of Store- IIP,,,,L+ t-on during the patw k b.
qI 1 ..e. r:. pl dryer, twin uits, fully aromatic. F.R c SALE :- 51 Pontiac Ci J sOr, crossing gate power Itwn The author.. who has written
uSacrifice 5275. Phone -2331. totn De Luxe 4-door Sedon, h mowers, electric light plant, trail- A i ni other books witt a. co tsd f. -
.... Ma-erss-dramatic, all exr..s, $1000. W ers and elevaing lfom truck COI ols h er story witi aeoung s o
Canal Zone Dental Priyclenic FOR SALF: Mexican d nirg take suitable transportation car located at Section "1,'. Bolboa Indian ambushes, hairbr.adth .
Dr. C. E. F brega D.D.S. room furniture. living room fur- in rode. Phone Albrook 3107. Storehouse, telephone 2-2720; ArgUed Il rrance escape;. -
tniture. lnmps. etc. Roncq olo- electricAr grinder door lock mo- .a famous frontier c aracters
peAture--bride work-air brase a, 7th Street No, 7, Go~bs. FOR SALE:--1953 Chevr 4- tiPes and power lawn mowers Io- such as Wild Bill I'ickock, Lone-
my"Genere I PJl)tlve N Phone 3-1846. door Sedon, 210 series, ol er- Ioi Oted at Cristobal StoreS use 'ARIS (UP) France's re- some Charlie ieynolds and iu-
1ve (4th o July) Ave. No. 21Ag u--lide, light grey. Call a leohone 3-126' ge neras are fighting a falo Bill.
(AEppoitab wln scht IRt f ndaws Wt e nt rd P R a-a6w e l7 may ber oe i nil1 Ibat tln Iin themselves o e ap rs
Telephone l-221amia-P02ene- 'tc o FPL 53 Poni o ve sources, FoRi l, Cyr -., ir tha.t ta nisym- the complete list of new books Y l"
2 B o 3iUAE D 3o d SL n : t PContP ei i Superintendent of Storehouses bolzes a .ll that 2is hbest in the and their authors announced by
GRADUATED NURSE lers her tain 2-door de uxe, 7Z, M es. telephone 2-1815 rench military tradition,. the library this week follows:
S di In o service in private homes. Phone Phone Balboa 1 382. St. Cyr Military Academy today Non-fiction The Only Chi ld
SCANAL ZONE LADIES... 3-2406. FOR SALE: 195 i'leti FOR SALE:-Set of Encyclopedia I's nothing but a pile of rubble ctts; Electronls for Eve'ryone
Sr G B .de1 e r itannica, 125; electric fan near the famed Panace-of .Ver- ton Th TecnIca Report,
Sariieb27 P1re$233rwerGde, 210hxen Call 4. -saieM. The school was. bo U oed ,. T iehrtou rr, Ar.ur; ..pl.
M Ca p a fi ri all ndmh FOR o e ld ning44 .Vt te f il hen o te ns- The
FWANTED tually fo rgottncby allcbut tenti-n"1'o tiitIn S aanom; Mesh es, Iarrat
Beauty Salon good condition, r s, ra. metal graduates who come back oirs, Mannerhegm; The Dancfing
lo e3677 dio, overdrive Ca 7250 u. to look at the old walls set u Ba fierc a er
*a,,fter 5 p.m. Auomobi'aby order orf Louis -XIV and Ma -taie; r Aeiodrical;e- ge. .
SWILL PAY to $750 for good car ame de Mamtenon to house Ficton A World of Love,
TIRED? S lngsFO R SALE: 19 esoto S Harvey, BOx 3s38 Ancon. a girla' scoo h ots t t ween" The Advenoturers, H -AYONET TROUBLE P't. Boiert R. Mohr,' t n.
a feel tion with extrs, new tires. Price installed the French Military-. ; .Impat antry Regiment, demonstrate~ the trouble i ineeOunteer-
Smas will e you el $50 Phone 87-214 or my be i t.Aademy in the building Io ec e, Rett; Prisoner a ed in unsheathin a bayonet on the pack eurrenla use. Assist-
your od self! Just t. l ^ Aotal of 70 p..se_ ers are seen at Qtrs. 87:"Fort Clayton. I8f[LOfD viOgram France's officers now are being Pl.radse, Roger.; and She Left lug is (center) Lt. Warren I. Anderson, of the same company,
Call0a LeppmAtany, where the student officers uniforms currently under tests at the Local Jungle Warfare
El8P1a a wge There are 11 passengers booked as1946. So far. the government has idnll liaI. ... .. e ,i et.
for Port-au-Prince, Haiti. l Ilec lcryi'ade no effort either to rebuild
passengers for Haiti l.are: M rs. ro u, on the ruins or to give the acad-l i n I & W "
ad ant Mrs Cares Deemy a permanent hom some-

p my_,.themselN em o CS ome r oe h ot oetquda Lon & Inle e e Hw Hot-Weaher Uniforms
1, ir. nd rs. .tg tm 8 41wniers can look forward to bigger cas beginnings on this tiny iland the old school should have a rew es ..
aOr t Sou wae d Mr. and M- Ot5 s eales morelesialy maintaiend in uthe Jam es t Rierwhere h fst home.inkeeig i s finat a nt mar ;,h ots MBe Te si ed i nfo
m gv s e is d .abdJhn MsNouochsleosths ni- mnee


materias.. .dtob- and Mrs. Hatr coad Mr. Improvmig t tructural units to re- ya ovrng th comemoa ive ro- Compiegney Chartres and Fon- More tha- 175 regular and cor-. currently Ia being tested bytthc ed to replace the pistol" cartr-d-
W. Benson, both of the i- and Mrs. Pau l D. rnar .o ce building costs. This will en of American histo which M t c ave uorative issues of three cent 33r Inantry personnel for s- and BAR belts. Instead of a o
Institute dtTec n pr o- andM anMrs Ae runoe;. beand ale budyeO s o obtauin more space inwt and ent ded with t C oeru idd0a onatims notj neal e e s pper i Ituha ...r nnu, .o w .e. ,-- .---

tha nodes ctiv i a s oeAterm n-Mr a da r Mrs. eaodn e E.ENancye ti-loots'-e ls uxe o wilal e sP b sthen.fCmilitat r ad tion. n a tr o thae ltefibtheispesestus sin l it ut rhe pebcmrtor n pcatef sp.der sa s -
hem prateertfi at aaef kd btte vic eln r. and te hM es_ T P ,hon e sPoe ua lboad there 8 w.ot. metin eallis ...... ...... .... out .. aphitltoatearm-ilt. fle nme ri n s an ied r n e r h i
thes owill thesins s eryand; M s _. Ca theranedr aad.ep thathe fureus e o lasf prer- whe ar e ed, isnot d e.b irablwe 10cadrssedhr .m i pup eore, blue, foorRrsnl undr dasnis. egm ply e.tapl.o
pr idten eo ean D l v dr andAhe MmiCa dr9o5 l etasi n eer n s h ot i.npst soe f frm rd uP aar b-fryo uw
ANetersltl tsoice $pentrmR. andag Mrs. Loara Cals e mant l o materyias wol -romet-l cose i a tra o i. Tmeyt, sa thfe tailden o man oV.ros green and aro r t ro d b Ater N s eup
sein soueted00 wthhon therT 'moganda or cresn. Dr. and mradegmrass anuacMerr takn a1eena rsaeg ore ,t epr-ptaal teebelt whm te se "onevs tillothereonorrd E r e t re o J oeaTed orm poent rdle
s d e traril in don BeMr. and Mrs. T hedo re r. En g he- Cap tae mJhenibmle' slaosoon i tr rblon th r ben t. ofhere locati o near All nPe herV me.,nttdrecte ro- b Adel eda

b dch pon p eti rdc the a ipnd Ms. Nao ren; r.ornd Mrs T*oas b e oh metal sa in to sh ins axeorbeet i apiilt jultad wa dornl t e or t Wthree o. cn t da f o B ueeard 3" -O t.- .he pianto to h ndle e.... :
Stnuewy toc omoJete nose oyd no hlda tranik ay nd fe t would be diuwis getorebudtineogaphicoietythree-to2 carr
a s s wav r d o ien; r anid MCrn. mnra and d tow n, S Cme r'at .Cyr The loation ,stc me.backed- a e- in ca .,to wt he, p
72w0llodetectatlaws thltwellHulg ofs tei s w
predicted that architects, and Mrse Y t uotiee.AutofuitureglassFellrAmewiwith the ehaof h
a homes and M ,a t o Mo Ne f s d a Ooter h this a -ster, an ders o e repe the combat-cargo co




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,, Mr off thne isLLandato$750f Jarg mes frcamany ver WctilJoel ef h'- tr, spel-
charlotte .outhwlek.r FR.E:- 199 Seatarasons. twough be advsable Harris, Roers.. green niorms d wo Be1200 spare-time hours
ema~ny people a .ciiplabi- Mrs+.- -Harry 8rdloio Mrs. 1rton-itherved ByUs. ameownPvisctoratis c eet change the structure. haMSary ; r lnHF. acte and !retantwoyears t klda
A. ..... ., Wid .f. Maybe Foatainebleau .. ..CaseyJneofr d fame.Zo jlenlerisln biplane Holder of
yourodsl!JscalTlI..'......first tobacco plantation ad glass to ,. ase -on doShe Leftinct'scneabayoner/. g
3,1M __....nyi. ... at... I and. -are seen-atoQ-trs. hnrtClaytn. i nl. America. Af rspne, a towntled withn .,%,n ,,e pose iclSotevess. .Is(c nte)toLt .lense. he aele '.
""ty/deidram.a7will ry.. d'aloNwsWi BdatoIa" honord l...andCeP.Owlnad ofeFp.-B
bd thssage. ...C ..' lobaiONat GuardachaplAins ar WeHa.eter. 'A' maer' eradie ground wouldsThreed,"tem porsuesy" ,_ oot-aC sntwngspwens(ri) as -,
Elheml rany9newnraoatns l be ovide the 370 acres the school in-d's, .d

an Therea re 11 "ps'se wngIe s book icienhe.nHaisof teaf establishments for co e visi" o Fie areas nearby. fr tank a nd truck Icn n in ioh ansiv---"'er.l ed prml i dqe"i'tie. ucy ia m.mail Continental Aine, it

Wil ia m i;hty. confus.Eddowi n clergymen joined the troops the1'celebration. -taculede ,
Morris.;hrtaGr (UternHoadI-he, iloberv ad hld thecetry'H eit ultal nesof the Union. All uniforms are tde after
Tes tuppies't grow.up ttaker- ,lrt t throughnut-hea yearone wda mf -- cathedra rity, of Chartees .I6-U I YV.UnU
Wan....ustr.d'r.l.ssan .one m" "o pi rl'a] Want of their special significance mw e rete first ahonlso 'h teep in iths bid Lfand s vide more revenue than any are.. e f... .....r... a Tefit to
SgWiv e reo oIien. tht.ists ad en-John..Neff of ,il.bl ,I l., s. _n-___ad denominatio Inhroes on aom l vion. .


SI evTr born in ...pn-ci f lse. A thata s so i ong alone, they brought in o00,-acket is three-quarter length
A 5 wo The l *@an r tba reitdistance from 'Paris,tte o o Bt tha t hl s n o ad wr o e on r
*. w4t co un r yPi ir. .." .. "dedt catcd their" effbrf ts10oIn= viaa. h C N I "
Sw~ solves tart1 com Picofhth*ericans ev dibmS=a rt&afiltb pay costs of ban- TsTo already have been ru e
to s lb to th fl' :-' "and ~pog ta native f .w; 'Aicand thesetnevetForta g.. &.M 40 the dem- I th
S Of Your n th i of W M A'atennasT.. Match ......r.te ,.. --r--. ... *e*" -' MLn rlmnWn cor-
inoq r.rf d t o0 rSOf storh and e mt u m u, toe most advan. Clermont Ferrand, in the very pleto Of the j le ts, the
R I1 term refse to = Colors Of o adpsures. .t --i man w ss- f1 -- ..
Ii n I,, ,oo a i ,l.ed to'4, the ,nation'su iU13 t i near Paris, althoughlheadofFrance.uif m will go through a final i-r-
S U &LEVEAINt 0 old St. Cyr. The National Assembly hasunotet6 at Fort DeeM1e .&
l r i: 2 avilbl. te. o e, ow. ,W -the anteVnna for the automo.- a ab tpe lk I i a d two m olhe
Sound to de. I le radio cane b prodteed to THOR WA also is rich in military traditions. that is expected to come soon m upply
inture family app to be, p.P mteh rthe colors of the car. A Sales MThe mei de b CWte rth.. tertesolu re-oar, o *e -
tete or the-tb ein to. cs company here ihas pro- be ma: byCyrens- who canl their bleo l sint" Hei are n Se a.
I " ". .,.,famonstforest of it .CJmately "Tb.Old Trunk'&"ids Of SID
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!and he and, his wie left New.
^ iafork in early February on a I
'month vacation trip. They rhse
so far valsted arme IIH oater
Argentina, Chile and Linm.
Ihey h ve ,*vil*td : pAm a
twice before ,but not for a e
years and the y ..that there .
are many '1 lprtemehtts at
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wreIma teneowne dus me a.. a
thes bosxuabrs o *oie dd iin "Oe. MBS. LIONEL C. McflARR, (left), new president for next six
ea l and OthewN o" r deLmvd I months of the Distaff executive council. presents a token gift
SI lunbne s, fIe t Iadby o f a sma llI ga to the outgoing president, Mrs M. L Miles.
phen. The change'* Office took place this week at Fort Amador at the
American uild f Org s regular m opthly meeting of the Distaff executive council.
Members of the American
GuIUd of Organlsts, Isthmian Panama on Tuesday 15, March' area are invited to attend. Clas-
Chapter, will meet at 7:30 p.m. 1955 at 7:00 p.m. ses will run on Mondays, Wed.
on Monday, March the 14th, with The. following 8blentifie Pro- & Fridays.
Mr. Franz Mantredl at his home gram will beM ented: ,a". .
In the California Apartments on- "Frontal a4u steoma" IAWC
49th. by, Dr. m lirphey. ThIe Inter American Women's
Ali oranits c'hiC r dir'~ "The Occu laF d s In Hyper- Club will hold a Board meeting
tors are lted i ttl tenasve De ea" Wednesday March 16th. 9:30 a.m.
Sby Dr. Robert.Rupp. Board members and committee
*" ?- Isthmian e edican Association nnr e chairmen are urged to attend.
Th7th meeting of the Med- A buot 'dinner `peceded by
ical Associalon of tie xsth m -refreshments W1 be served at
Sical Aoclon of the Stl-an7:00 p.m. The regular meetiNng The Cultural Committee. in
.orgas memor)A. Laboratory low. it J .or's day to the .Pre.iden5cla "
p L .... .... the Museum aad homes in Pan-
*; First Aid Cluas.s in S panih ama l hursdsy March 1cth.
emout .. 10-is M Il Wres t V *n0- o9 f. e.. .. A standard first d course will ice at 9 .am.
Sn Heihts, has bee 'aaounced by Hibernators begin on d Mo s.f g r 9 a,m,
Mra.am MADISON. f to 11.a.m. bUtb C6mrnlnty ialboaN EmblemoO lub N.. 49
(UP) STW Bldg. in Curund, third f4oor.! omoersa of B iro Emblem
"-l tor e'''4 lr ,7 =rd Unive'r- University of Wiscontip t llb n U h;ub No.' 49 d Embal em-
bgn -o- Theyaplan to tcry .of how hibernatt r tme All girls interemei.l the Clayton )int "No-Hostess" luncheon in

-V t sc.hol Scientists have wondered for
eAl 'B Dm. ome time why the hearts of hiaber- o
0 Aonators do not stop when the aii

the All SrI other animals stop long before .W
ter of the Circle reach ing the temperature t
trhom, in krafl.hnieh hiber natoro s spend the win.
donwe-.a~ na-,, linsed a& c ter. Lovely cotton dresses .'........... .from 3.95 up
rtrfom' a frr o 1 Profs Peter R. Morrison and A. 500 selected skirts ... ...... 2.25 n
tfor r erhr poire oing Ri. DaWf have learned in Cotton r UNid rayoi bieus .. .* . 99
ae Circl test-h that ra-
bln ~o have supear'sersri~tviv e i4i. Th Nylon pleated Cauw .c.s ..i.. .~ 7'** **
d MFr lunc ,sligi test sthi u'atWorill s 'disd th "w "n

Tne .. ephant e if to beat furiously at -hormalsoles .......
Time wll temperatures In deep hibernation handbags in various styles ....... 75"
U.. Inlormtion enter. ,al? reservat -i-s al. day out."he heart rate slows to as few Pelts................ 0.35 "
S_" .i.... thr everoupn Callreservatns to Mrs. Edith 2.2 beats per minute, they said. .. 0 .. 5 ... ... .
n m Eply 4537 Pacif de or Mrs. The scientists said their study Artificial flowers 0.25 "
m eo W. Weerman, Lena Ha s, 3- 87 on theAtla conceivably could lead to rcts-.
-te bigohae. cal application i' human '- denp. .-4.."
freeze" heart surgery, if the y ,
Ionoe ni.d a4 S g 1 .... of could learn awhatcauses the super.
man~,ii Vis o Insm a s lvc sensitive hearts. Cotton and Party dresses for Children 2,50 "
'-ncti .- and Mrs. -Melv'n atsn HAS"TINGS Neb. -I(UP)- A" -
Those tNorwi, ew York, arrived sign hanging st the entrance toa
wCre: the eMuuesater nes 'hterday morning for a three farw m near here reads: "We shoot .
on C torb : =ne0 mda stay oin this country, before every thir4 salesman. Tohb seCPpd Bathina g uits ....,.ry. .......fr~i .' .
te.S M ,-preeettrn'to Mexico,- ,,. 3
I m, Rcuero t lde ear inCr, Bete Pedal Pushers ................... 2.60 .
h ag de zBerou, d 4e PedaI.Pi... Thesientists.. aidltheir stu"9,

es r. t Shorts .......................... 0.60 "


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len, ieorgeWesterman, tenry a UR '
uKrrafl Riwoberto Paredes. Skiits with Stole for only .......... 6.95
es l hret were Mr. Jose
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:Blakemere Seeks 2nd uan Franco .G, A4I Entr' bO Durocher SofCb.
. ,., PP.. Hore Jockey Wgt. COMMENT ODD'
iflh ,irrllt 1X/ir~ t lit Race "I" Imported 7 Fgs. Purse: $375.00 Pool closes: 12:'..
right Wm; Meets ,,.,.., 0. Pl tn
;tria9 l W ill First Race of the Double
1-Copadora A. Vas. 115 -Could be post-to-po.t 2-1 Could -- W in W = W I -w
S* 0 "I _2-Mlngo 0. San. 120 -Way down in class 3-1
jaquim azo, R ela pt ago 3-L. o roubc M. Ycaza 107x-Rn, well last week 3-1 Was WesWtum hsb d tat.hribth blu
J l4--C. Brand K. Flores 120 -RSd to top form 2-1 .By HARRY GRAYSON as the finest
Stfm 85-Pincel B. AguL. 11:5It -Dangeous contender 3-1 aid handler oft
-- o 6-Delhia R. Guerra l13x-Returns from layoff 3-1 i| P-HOENO a~raRl -- (NaA) - Ie. ; . r inl
A mixed group of Classes "A" and "B import .. tlonal-League managers testify the two beatdel ilst' "e
ed-thoroughbreds will battle for themajor share of 2nd Race "I" Importd s. ure: p7b00 ol be closes: 1:15 to the fact that the Glants are made the Glau -.T.e hope
the 1000 purse offered in today's featured one-mile e o a. ou ore thehmost managed cu In base- ted w ,
gallop at the Juan Franco race track. 2-L. Lady C. A. Gon. 11x--Not with this rider 10-1 The Work r. C mpo comenhe .es r 6tl- y
S3-Numbers J. Gongo. 118 -Form indicates 3-2 clost to doing what their man- lard Marshall, B Ker ad
Jose Malnleri's steadily m trailed in order far behind th 4-More Fair F. Godoy 10Ox-Good early speed 10-1 age wants done. No other outfit a pitoer named WebbA d e uau
rovit four-year-old English first three. 5--T. Collins A Vas. 116 -Has strongest finish 2-1 comes so near to operating by when the Braves moved to If-1r are u
bred y horse Blakemere last Tne countess paid $6.00, $3.00 S--Astoria M. Ycaza 100x-Nothing in months 30-1 pattern. there is less hit-or-miss waukee the Giants landed ie thing In tle
Sunday scored an impressive 2.u across the board. The days urF.Ud 112 Usually close up 4- thanonany other aggregation. left-handers, Johnny Antnell as bright a
poiftl -postB victory in the one b.0returnedn by Gay potev 8-tRosarlo 0. Graell 115 -Trailed in last 4-1 abo u this, Leo Purocher and Don Liddle for Bobby mTn--, ,
mile thais bes uab-uefeuaeurA weihin r ehu-edRacepot vA t Wllie Mays, w he',as
the fast time of1:41 1/5. A re- teninth race. '----- -- W.- pb Trn l :tlie ball pu umci- '. ,
performance will make this ~uben Vasquez, with three vic- 3rd Race "B&C" Native 7 Fgs.Purse: $350.00 Pool close: 1:46 MORE WItK? -Yakee Bob t l'tadhet, one seemingl
o very bard to beat. t tories, .as t.e .ae y a saddle star. ONE TWO tta sun reddenel. headed for distant Camelback I
rgiloi0 Castillo will ride the .dividends:Chepanita A. Gonza, 97x, could iip 4- head-l e tongue o u t Mountain, which Phoeni. has for
IV y Improved son of NiclIo The dvid RAEndsfC, eApna A. Oonza.h 97 lght . e bakdop
) Aimprnovaed Ih sonof Baoe R&'' RACEI 2-Joe M. Reyes 112 -4 ,ongshot possibility 5-1 gh pitching werkopt backdrop.
Z .Ara .........ass. .Wlai t"--AFulmar 3.u, U.0,3.40 3-rCoral R. Vas. 12 -Gets tiff 't he h Peters g a Illiekmpana: JO E W IL L
wim a.fall s tote110"punds.21-A F r30. I ,,. -,-ra, wh"enhe hears makes eas, s ;"1' .. .... W,
wltoe p2--daucna ,4e) $3.,2.0 4-Rabiblanco C. Iglesiaa 102 -Would pa long oddsJoemst1
last week in j-Ionzaga $2.40. 5-Petite F. Rose 120 -Dropped class 8-1 t 'iosayas The Lip, with the antile of .a ...1 t.. Yi ..."
anledm Fl ral. ie bk.CUoi) RACE --Yosikitc F. Godoy 102x-Rider handicaps 4-1 man with a 16-room mansion -
t 0.50 added FrCa nclsw ) Aroi 1 I-L. Morros $7.6u, a., 3.80 7-Daniel J. Bravo 113 -Better each week 2-1 m w television sets ,n Beverly M A rI ,EA,, ,Th 1,,,vntst
es vClassic, uwilla n i na nd . aepe le 1 .10 televialdn sets in BeverlyouMI AMI n Ac .Tw b 'l,; a
ebn Heco 'Rur unde l -aragon $5.60, 3.40 8-La Enea J. Avila 120 -Dropped In class 10-1 a L T 10 telev'isln sets in Bevery AM Brac he Yan]s O tcd g
n 3eac3 r. root_$4.40.1"bel.......t at Branch Iickey whe
as The mile distance suits' 3-r st uot 60.40. I "Two earst o pennants and writer:
leader performers A 4th Race "F" Native 7 Fgs.Purse: $275.00 Pool clope: 2:28 :uel0 :a cot- "That's a lot of bunk about t.e ire- eat bufld anh.
S Prize and Amoro will 1-Mi leco u,.4 lenders wthWillie center Look at us. We buiud and win at the Jeas e ." y,
btath carry tonwelght of 120 --'.ropo e te $.20. 1-Don Jalme J. Gongo. 108 -Nothing in recent starts 10-1 field. W tllle ups ti.e pitchers. what the praise grammarian was nri g tat yr
un s Jose (Paco Bravo Is One-'wo: S.ou. 2-Pregonero B. Agul. 108 -Last was unimpressive 81 They pitch to him. lan is nothing more than five-year alibi for failure,
I-e led to ride King's Prizt tOUR H iACE 3-Tampol J. Bravo 120 -Barely missed in last Even "You can recall game after i
while King Flores will be Amo- 1-Lotera u.u a'.4u, i.00 4-Tap Lady F. Midal. 113 -Would be big upset 10-1 g ame that Willie wbn with his Ted Willianm e an e tred aboit beball til j m-
"to's rer. King's Prize was 2-Don Wende k 5.4t, 2.bU 5---Winsaba J. Reyes 115 -Back in winning fori 2-1 bat, In the field or on the bases, pletes a TV series on a ro Ge e Re pleB la
fourth In last Sunday's classic e'.uu ~ .ea A.U. 6-Liboria M. Ycaza '107x-Rates outside chance 5-1 There's no telling how many an 87-pound 'asmMIJ m M
whlle Amorto finished last. Fu f'r'l RACE 7-Julie F. Rose 113 --JShould fight It out 3-1 more he accounted for. with a l.ked on. The tnales.t o n hbl. lm be-trein
Another dangerous eodtenader nldae .. ., z,20 8-Coran C. Iglesias 103 --Nothing to recommend 0-41 SD play that went unnoticed at the action thispring whenthe fIet.e Bravs *.
is Relamnaso II .which was 30 U--Dld:.- M,, 0~A~I 1 "S"DY"SADDLER' time, Only today, Alvin Dark re- day night. If they are uttered In baseball, tthe bftR ,ar
fourth behind Atys. King's Prize sAvpa $.u., t eau Fee W 19r NEA Service marked that he doesn't have to make the most of e. p ., as6 th M the
and Man Road after taking atn .-"rru *ru /5th Race "D" Native 7 Purse: $'600.00 Pool cses: 2:55 go back for short files anywhere professional sport to sA r. 13u" ." wlaml
easy tory oetr. ortuao Hi-1 Mon oue .A 3f. 2,20 1-Ika R. as. 113 -Gets stiffest test 'ere 2n-1 near as many times as he did has joined the growing f t baseball rhost twn, one more
brka cket. Fortunato Hic -- oocha -emero A 4.2U 0 2-Valaria M. Ycaza 102x-Racing to good form 3-4 when Willie w oas n the Army. vtnte m of bng leal e re which blankets the Minoeob with TV
d4-t will guide the Cococuha o-- u ge c ina Rol F. Rose 1.-4tturns from layoff 4-1 Alvin n6longer concerned a- and radio broadcastsof
it's se ace. .VARAU fiSS AC;1Z 4-Metto J. G066go. 108 -N thing in weeks 5-1 blod raK WW Inthr THS
a Vulcando (Julo 1-8 Spruce 4.UU, 2.60 5-Nacho L. 'Giral., 112 -Hrd to beat here Epven D p e BOBBY. t o
'JI nez Jr.) and n.yonder -1m ad $11.20,3bO 6-G. Bound A. Vas. -Back i beat form* him throughout last season and Antonelli this. se bon. "He ulde World
I~I Ycaze complete the --xpar Une$ c2.40. during the winter, young Mays. Series," bubbles the gent who poses as an authority on sort
sewS .ho'se field, v'canizpdn Seconakoi e: u2'" 6th Race "H" Imported 7 Fgs.Purse: $400.00 Pool closes::a35 appears to be the same unspoiled of thing. One year, may really, he cer club
get with the feather of 102 -xpi ,oiu, cu, 220 First Race of the Double .. ikid ho came up from Minnea- out of the Sero'l tatseef hey when
o .rn' f ile Goyonder is slated 1-E..pl O 0f.1u, ", 2.20 h PM pol to put the giants back on he s got contrf .teltzpl rel iound
to Into 7. 2-hspagirico $4.ut), 2.bJ 1-Marianina F Roes 109 -Rates best on form -2 their pinsut the Gian t 151. Mays had on y heg circuit are",on 'i with
'"en other trrosnectiveb Um- .--_ .v.ju&i. valaen 40.U. 2-Lord Basur H. Ruiz 106 -Dan erous contender -1 a few days rest after tearint the gon-length beds this yea.-e tanItest comfor ch
d'---pre In slated to tote 107. Qu niju: A1 ..o 3--Coronelino J. ongo. 118 -Good outside chance 5-1 arIbe Series apart In Caracas, produced understandable IMclar, distress, the oungst won
Ten other prospective hum- a Spot A, A0 4-- after Me A. Valdt. 115 -Showed nothing in debt 15-1 but reported to the Giants at 14, lost nine and had a 27 n 5, of e game's more
dinners are included on the pro- 1-Gay Spot $1,0, u.20, 3.00 -Cruzada B. AguL 113 --Bck n top orm 3-1 178/2 pounds and ready to start. glamorous roles . -.
gram. ,i2-oLpnao 4.8u, .U 6-Viajero A. Vas. 113 -Not against these 4-1 He complains about being tired .*
S -s Csou1n u'ner"ca- ne- 7-4Patriotica A. Enri. 115 -Will force the pace 2-1 of climbing in and out of uni- Andy mi
Perhsi Countess. under cap- A .' l. l form, but Durocher can't drag football sqe wth
able. .l-n- bye a loce Arl P. CounnEtes 6.UuA a. 0 th Rce Impoed Mleurse: ool l : :. him out of the batting tage. Dame on the NCAA natloal TV prog'asp. Even neutris eon-
... .u vik, yest rdy isped to a -. 2-Lion's Claw $. 20 2.20 Second Race of the Double cede Gustafsan's collection of earef ally s.leoe set and stamina
ast-tow t v -toro in the fea- --Lt' la ..22 1 May remams me le o h may well prevs to be theM best the enle Bah "The slapjs.
turned $650 Class "C" seven fur- 4--rodunovich 32.40 1-0. Dame II R. Vas. 115 -Returns from layoff. -1-1 May i remains the ld n in the mayweoell proveobe ths bet., ter en rre fruok- tthe b~,lI- s,,"
nt. The Countess hit the ELEVEN1' RACE 2-Noveno A. VaG 118 -Distance suits style 2- clubhouse n He kids Durocher an cause of oall gd irregularities. It terr n to stempl
Sa long head in front 1-Oranu .0,. caza 10x-Ra to best form 1-1 t ,a- C--m a p-- Be erlC,,,,oe *h.th-- atm club ho caHekdsncue a nn u on the seio arse. we- O


....a te o 0, 4- = bout.hs ey Yon n what the of-dnse m eight have b-el, was th e s p e lo n iewarin
is choice Lion's Claw 2-Sirena, 04 1 ,, -Vedette, Si d 1.]110 -Will force fast pace x ;'oe4-1oe.
c.no ch n..w ouned up an- '-C -pg o ,-' -- 106 -N th in to indic e 10-1 .. J. b.w1 "E:- A p .X 12 r ooe a[ng Qe oA G u r ... cone ri n e ase an. .roe.. singf. .got.all... p a.t. Ial.
gMith bk i dwn thmrdt pntlace. H 'dR h n elavn 1--6-Joe's Fiddli ng 1 medal. 108 ,.Disapponted a h 2 Svengal Durtocer tels w e
er' time wa1:28. en and mes -- faith oo mabHakrtm n ro that Lena Horne has girl on THE GO DEN GATE, newest and most unique Beach cara-
'were re r n d 'mnes First Thoan Finish 8th Race "E" Imported 6 Fs. Prse: $550.00 Pool closes': :40 T was sent to Kansas i ty ian h my own gi," co vary, Iseven spiritually s of o t h
LtW Claw repeatedly tried to QUIXIFAeid1-t19dmtuwes each Sunday In the~aud
Heap'4 w past en g r t mi ddI began the 1next year with then The Giants, in performing so nation's No. 1 sports car race, a 12-hour endurance rie, ath
s f goin Persi AtTo Of Heap 1 de Gato A. Yeaza 115-Looks good in workouts' tc. I was on opton.to Kansas close to a blueprint, stress the Sebring next Sunday, and speculation enters.on whether Brig
b into the bometetcs.2-Amat F. Godoy 101r-.- tance suits style 2-1 City o6 Juife 15 6f"51 when, in tremendous amount of talent in Cunningham of Connecticut can wln it with one of li'ntrles
r t almost hehomeven t her FT. WA# d. (E ) 3-Chlngr San. 11 -Rturns from layoff 10-1 Louisville I received a long di the party. hey bunt, drag and for the third straight year. Most of the competition is between
m lultse sa held a lead of a The way George Lazzsroni looks 4--Fan M. Yeas 107x-Apparently off form 10-1 tance cad from Harris. hit-and-run. Whereas a mor European cars, already tuning up o the .2mie corse. er
eck but reasedt to almost, the thrill of rolling on 5-Royal Signal B. Ag. 115 -Recent races indicate Even "As 'of today Bck said, league club rarely has more n mid-FlOrida andformerly was the spring home of ewar
a length midway down theo aaor opening night of the American 6--H. Heaven H. Ruit 108 -Distance to liking 3-1 ou are pitchingfor me d than one or two -athlete aCCom I theri the Yanks' toD farm club.
straightway. Bdown h .wling Congress Tournament know you'll make it." plished on the batting end ot .
straihtwy. n Fea1 .P,,re: $600.00 P601oloses: 5:15 the you'lo, the New" w Y orkre
as i e, up on Lon'scopensates for the fact his th Race "D" Imported 7 Prse: 600.00 Pl closes: 5:15 Then the Washington manager, the ht-and-run, the ew Yor Steven Hannagan made this metropols the capatlf hee-
Claw, desperately called on his team usually has no chance to ON1 TWO Bucky had traded Bob Kuzava Nationals have the three best 'In cake, so when it turned out that "the friend" Joe'WDbgtlo was
S or a finaa uteffrt win the big eventty 0-1fur sel Fred Sanford and the business- Whitey Lockman, arriving here with was George Solotare o roadway, the beah
a ,te ora finaleall oundd effort yLazzarpn c who operates the 1-D. Sunset E. Coreho 102x-Longshot bil 10-1 fr Tom m derrick Dark and Don Mueller. They cameramen were wretchedly unhappy. They seemed to feel that
Mid made a rapid gain In the 15-1 BT Na DO I was able to be-
ern nob Clair bowling lanes at Lake 2--Donny Boy Carlou 105x-Not with this rider 1 [5m-1 Fh hen-c Nubto ebave baerune h b there was just nothing Mr. Solotaire could do for a bathrng 5.lt
and made a rapid gain in thed. Geneva, Wisc., will have his 3-Lazy Brook F. Hidal. 112 --Unknown quantity 151 gin to throw as I always thought Lockman hit into fewer double that Marilyn couldn't do a hole t better. There's a fow n
xteenth but us msed team, as usual, roll the first night 4-Bradomin A. Vas. 118 -Last was excellent 2-1 could. But I don't know whether plays than any National League town, one Charles Fred wo makes a business o ren
tinovich was t palrentlya of lthe ABC's pin-spilling action 5---Charlier B. Aui. 113 -Could win again 2-1 the chancee would have come batter last season, three all year roulette wheels, die tables,, bi aes a ine
3-2 the t prprae.bet 1 ^b and andges wne tco fe
bend hs.. rde this year 6--R. Rhymster R. Va. 113 -Picked to o higher 3-2 without Harrs having faithid me.or at the rate of one every 190 paraphernals. Churches, bsd es
fa b s.r rder 6Team5s a7at t --Kico Brave 115 -Back inbet fo 2-1 He called me in my darkest hour times at bat. Mueller, the Magi- charity purposes. 1 e lbet and w e c t
Sshf n- are all -Fl M. effort._ 5-1 and it was nice to know that some- clan. and Dark rarely are caught orizes, the latter Inr tothes. Miam' Herald-from
et with obeIf-a -re.. '-_" like Harris believed I wasn't in a double killing. sso00 necklaces to kewple dolls."
och per man, for sevenyears it Oth Race.."A&B" Speeial 1 MilePurse: $1,000.00 ee5:40 a loss.. reaWhle ndee r, nt, possean THE TV COMIC whose 8
gain any mo ground has been on the first night 1-Amorio K. Flores 120 -Distance to likil- 4-1 T and Mays take the extra base prove his show, might have amplified matters greatly if he oIld
Smaneuer festivities'lid it'll be the same 2-Relampago II F. dal. -Could take it all 21 r O and Davey Williams and Henry only have substituted talent Putting one little word after an-
and ames this year, Sch 26. 3-Vulcanizado J. Jlme. 102x-In-and-out perforgawr 10-1 Juap Thompson are of good spee., other (thought I had foot, -I and whatever became of Sen
"." "--Goyonder M. Ycaza 107x-Field seems too tog 15-1 Jones? He hasn't ad aerbtarter since '52 and Trentoian,
.aquima H. Ru 112 -Will fight it out 2-1 By CONRADOThe Glats have four n the 0 Calumet's only nominee fr '5 wil haveto prove mightily to
-Blakemere V. Casti. 110 -Gets stiffest test 3 -2 toughest National Leaguers to be accounted ay.ilnd of threat. A man who keeps.tabs on sueb
SHOWING AT YOUR SOR VICE 7--ing's Prize J. Bravo 120 -Rates good chance 3-1 1-Copadoar Cholee BraD d fan Mueller, Monte Irvin. things informs ine that noV the season is ended, ialeah's p-
2-Numbers Tom Collins Lockman and Williams. tive flamingoes' have-begu, 'their mating season. For rethce,
CENTER THEATRES TODAY I ce nWnners' 44 Fgs.Pur: .0 : 3-r Coral Danel If Williams gets bck to his you won't find many items t math t
SRc 'Non- s .- 4j Fgs. Purse: "59" | ?4-Tampol Julie .293 of 1953, there won't be a pe ace track.
H. : 65,: e i5--GoldnBonoTakeawuy R. Gomez 11 ndReportedly fractl -Godn Bound Naebo oasis in the batting order, where , .. ..
enk MsTB : A -0 JiTma" -L. Dancer F. foes .13 --Dangerous r er .21 6--Patriotca Igarisanina n opposing pitcher may rest and Sugar Ray' not be the same old fighter, but he '6v-
". r "Ws i *an'F dostorupA, Gwo -Dsaouhl t. 10-1 7-Noveno Nescte I) d u hi wound you edy the sam. Robinson. There Is, however, this differealce;
o-4 ge la. Cruz J. Brvow 116 -.-at e can'e 2-I .--ayal 81rnal Amat get down t the r and when he walks. t on a fight now nobody cares. Warea "rr tlen
.... r-- .... "" la4 U Rumoi .My v Even u-Bradomln Red Rhyaester predicts a "siMob race" in the NatIonal League this year, there-
o 2 : -..oonahiner K...lqreS 118 -R umo M. 4-1 -Blakemere Relampagl m U m m by proving !p has finally arrived.as a chieeezecutive. JI due

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GIRL SCOUTING was 4s years old yesterday and the Intihicdlate and Brownie Scouts of Cu-
rundu celebrated with a big birthday cake. Six girls wereelected to blow out the candles and .
they succeeded, as shown above. From left to right they are: Carol Kirchner, of Trobp 42-
Vemns Wentel, of Troop 11; Rita Webster, of Troop 28; Anne Kaska, of Troop 43; Patty og.
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FREDERICK Bftl world.
Girl Scout Week iz the Canal CEREMONY
Zeon started off witila bang at low
tle. propa on Satu ch Te~, T r'nouon atethe. -.,-'
. t the home of Qt' t"4 1,efn l d a U.sion started wit h
lira. John S. S' eyflf ne inn y a ned n S". flBOLD, wife of the Goven ttf the Canal Zone and World Friendship Chair-
On that mornid g tMrs. adybo res by Mrs. Wesle H. ow. man 0of tte Ogtt Zone Girl Scout Council, serves s e of the girls refreshments after the
entertaomined two rls and ir send, president of the Canal ceremonies at the.O0vernor's Mansion. Lef4 to-right a"B 1 the girls ate AnnHi lls, Interme-
er Scouts of America, tros in Ze Girl out Council. dite TrooD 29, F. tyton; Camille Heibderaop, Brownie Tr6b 5, Albrook APB:; orene Abarr,
Scouts oh America .troops there was also a friendship. irownr Troop 8, I't. Gllick; and Deborah Davis, Internnediate 4, Ft. Gullck. Mrs. Wes-
the prZone. Bat i i o. c thdle ceremony and the -le y I. Townten priaddent of the Canal Zone Girl Scout Council, es.
residence was calleil u-ttan o the rGirl Scoutpr "
Mette Low Thinking ". 'y paro' r the girl- '
gram -and its purpose Was 'to Then Mrs. Seybold received
collect the 1955 contr.ibt 1 to from the representatives of all
from the Canal Zone.iScouts the troops their contribution to-
for the Jullette Low World wkrd the fupd.
Friendship Fund. he girls t ther
FRIENDSHIP U .- trip's contuibi e. Mrs. ey-..


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bold in a variety of containers,
further several of which were minia-
amonf ture representations of 'the Girl
Scout Chalet in Switzer land.
Later there were refreshments.
..uin the week. since this
h -ay the -I 'GiNl Scouts of
the SImo have practiced the
teachings of the many facets of
. Girl Scout program.
PROGRAM


.JL SCOUTS are religious. They regu l .end the_ c.huch
f their choice. The four girls above, fi.m Intermediate
Troop 4 of Fort Gulick, are in the Post- Chapel. From left. to
'right they are: Judy Prey, Deborah Davis, (Betty Friese and
Mary Goulding.

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three Brownie Scouts from Troops in Coco Solo that are p
inl first aid. From left to right they are: Lucinda R
(Troop 56). Jeanne R-ver (Troop 2) and Gayla Clrst
(Troop 18).

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Each day of the week was
set aside to emphasize some
portion of that program. These
dys were as follows:
March 6 Girl Scout Saun-
day
March 7 Homemaking Day
Much 8 Citizenship Day
March 9 Health and Safety
Day
March 10 Internat to nal 1
Friendship Day
March U Arts and Crafts
Day
March 12 Out-of-Doors Day
and Girl Scout Brithday
The Girl Scout- program in the
Panama Canal Zone is super-
vised by nearly 400 adults who
serve in vaiius capacities as
board members, troop leaders
troop committee women and
badge counsellors.
ADULTS
These adults include men and
women from both the civilian
populace and the -Armed Fore-
es.
ve are These men and women are
ractic- dedicated to the ideals of Girl
itchie Scopting and to the teaching of
tense' such jprtwhile, traits as dem-
cdracy -iandf s iellance to the'
girls in the Canpl Zone.
Girl S&outing in the Canal
Zone is healthy. It is active. It
is progressing .and working hard
to help its meMbers attain its
ideals.
.T.t. From Mrs. Seybold to the
'JrS,1 youngest ilownie Scout the y
*j are all ine t and working
ff iM-urd to iswi e themselves in
o.couting, as these pictures


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COUNTING MONEY The total contributions to the Jullette Low Worlj 4d sdship Fund at
the ceremonies at Governor Seybold's was $108.99. Above Wendy CottonA Carol Flenniken
of Senior Troop 99. Margarita, count the money while three Brownies look ohi. The Brownies
are Linda Askew and Barbara Brown of Troop 13, Diablo; and Anne Tipp of 'Troop 54, Ft.
Gulick.


CANDLELIGHT FRIENDSHIP CEREMONY During the festivities at Goverior Seybold's on
the first day of Girl Scout Weekl there was a candlelight ceremony where representatives ofCA-
nal Zone Girl Scout Troops placed a- candle and made a short speech about World Friendship
among all Gill Scouts and Girl.Guides. Above, the last candle is placed while the girls who
placed the other nine candles look on. Left to right they are Ellen Dudyk, Intermediate Troop
45 Ft. Clayton; Ail Ruil, Intermediate Trp 66, F1. Kobbe- Kay Harkleroyd, Intermediate
Troop- i, rma; t Rico, latetati p 64. Coco bolo; Lavonne Wilcox, Interme-
dia. Tr k; Frances ToEo 5 enlor Troop 0, Balboa; Beverly Phillps, Inter-
; ='I S, ; Anne s,.T 43, Cauumdu; ugonla Panches, Inter-
e 5, o; MariW Troo 54 Ft. Gll.


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