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The Panama American
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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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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The historic trial of impeach-
ed President Jose Ramon Gui-
iado on charges of homlcidd in
connection with the Jan. 2 as-
Jose Antonio Remon, is sched-
uled to get underway at 3 P.m.
Only the finishing touches re-
mained' to be put on the report
which will be submitted to the
National Assembly-turned-blgh-
-court-of justice by the. three-
man committee on proceedings
appointed by the Assembly.
Loudspeakers have been in-
stalled. outside the Assembly
building to offer spectators, who
are unable to get passes to en-
ter the gallery, an opportunity
to hear the trial.
Police Bolivar Vallarino has
selected a heavy guard to take
up positions in and around the
Assembly building as a precau-
tionary measure.
Among the first items to be
considered when the trial
opens Monday afternoon will
be the defense and prosecu-
tions challenges against the
eligibility of certain Assembly-
men to sit as magistrates in
trial over Guisado. and the de-
fense petition for a postpone-
ment of the trial.
Monday's session will last un-
til midnight. All other sessiqna
alter that will be held from 9
a.mn. to 12:30 p.m. and 2:30 px.m.
to midnight daily. -
Ernesto'.Estena.a. .. t
the National Assem --
side over the tri4l as chief ma-
Guizado will be asked to state
. whether is guilv w~ nqt guiP.
of th& crime for which he isto
stand trial. Followhj'(tdil 4.
Intervention, the trial will Icr-
mally get underway with the
reading of' a summary of events
leading up to the trial, and such
testimony request by Eligio
Crespo Villalaz, who has been
selected as the Essembly's pro-
secutor, defense lawyers Felipe
Juan Escobar and Guillermo
Marquez Briceflo nd special
prosecutor Jose it. Lasso de la
The Adsemblymen magis-
trates will be able to question
the accused but cannot Inter-
vene in the discussions over
Gulsado's guilt or lack of guilt.
Crespo Villalaz will be the
first to take the floor to present
his case. .He will be followed by
Lasso de'la Vega, Escobar for
the defense and Marquez Bri-
1 cefio, who will act as Guizado's
In the rebuttal, Crespo Villa-
*laz and the prosecution and de-
fense lawyers will take the floor
In the same order.
A two-thirds vote is necessary
for a verdict.

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AT JELIKE I This in a
ojosepD ofpat Ward, 21, as she
arrives for the trial of Minot
"Mickey" Jelke in the Criminal
Courts Building in New York.

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Wms Jap Against

Visit Of (Cmmuists
TOKO,. March 19 (t?)-Na-
tionaltt China has protested
strongly to Japan against the
visit of a Communist Chinese
trkde misSion here this month
and warned that t' I"will' bring
unfavorable results" .on Sino-
Japaneae relations. it w a re-
revealed here today.
The Nationalist Chinese Em-
bassy said the protest was de-
livered to the foreign .office in
a verbal note March 12.
A statement Issued by the Em-
baisy. unced the note and
.. ,lWins was
4 holdlU~.h 16. I.4f trade to
Japan with the "object of dam-
aging friendly relations between
Japan and the free w.ldW."
It BB^ 1W iatwiW aim of
this delegation is to develop
trade-but actually, its mislaon is
The statement predicted the
Reds will "carry on political ac-
tivities, help ex pand the
strength of Communist elements.
hamper Japan's development,
disturb t he growing trade be-
tween Japan and China, weak-
en the unity of overseas Chinese
in Japan and cause trouble."
It charged the Red delegation
"includes Important officials" of
the Chinese Communist govern-
ment and closed with the warn-
ing: "If the Japanese govern-
ment cannot prevent the visit
of the delegation here or fore-
stall future developments, it will
bring unfavorable results on
friendly relations 'between Jap-
an and China."
The protest was revealed aft-
er the Foreign Office issued re-
stricted Visas to members of the
Red trade group.

Tough Tony's ILA Victory

May Cause Fight In AFL

-Anthony (Tough Tony) AnaN
tasia, overlord of Brooklyn deci
workers, was elected a vice press
ident yesterday of the Interna-
tlonal Longshoremen's Assn.
The action assured a fight im
the AFL against Any effort b)
the ApL Teamsters Union ti
take in the now independenti
ILA. *
Anastasia figured prominent
In a New York Crime Commis-
slon investigation of waterfront
racketeering that led to th<
ILA's ouster from the AFL twi
years ago.
The podbillty of the ILA
getting back into the AFL
Joning the Teamsters, he
AFL' largest unlon, was dis-
eaa" yetfSrday at a meeting
of the IA easeutive beard
which named Anastasia to let
new and higher pMst In the
Capt. Wil am V. Mradley, press
Idemt of the 60,000-member or
ganiatioa of Bast and Gulf
Coaxt doe workers, sa4d t
b 'd rou difeui gffLa
wlh a comiltve from t Xe n.
300,000 member teamster union
on MWIfy. -
Toamutn Fuide*nt Dave Duel
and h executive board na
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Bradley said he is "In favor of
affiliating with someone." If the
teamster's offer of terms is
'nore favorable than any oth-
er affiliaton, that's the way it
will be," he said.
Bradley sa& that in anv affl-
liation he ".will insist on an au-
tonomous setup" for his union.
Reliable sources have said AFL
Presided George Meany will
fight any attempt by the Tenm-
sters to bring in the ILA. He will
objeNt, it was said, on grounds
WtheLA has not satisfied "clean-
up" conditions laid down by the
AFL two years ago.

Badley, who dseaussed affl-
ltion r r with John L
LewM. oIMet t United
Mfde Work mie d MM as far
a4 he i. pewaonspy eomse*ned,
he mnot give up the idea
of uthe l A 'o tme
MN. But h'safd he has new,
er lead a offleal offer of af-
. fitlea s rom Lewes.
Anata, head of the Brook-
1 3 n9 1 of the ILA. succeeds
is O naavino. who resigned
* reanspa of health, Bradley
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Feud Flares

Anew In CIO

The labor feud between GC-
EOC-CIO's Local 900 and its
recently organized offshoot Lo-
cal 907, flared again today With
new accusations charging Lo-
cal 990 with violating the con-
ditions of a signed .agreement
between the two groups.
Jose de la Rosa Castlllo pres-
ident'of Local 907, maintains
that Local 900 in a recent public
statement that their officials
would meet with a labor rela-
tions committee of the Carib-
bean Command to negotiate on
behalf of local rate workers, has
violated the terms of a GCEOC-
CIO agreement signed last year.
At that time, Local 907 was
chartered to organized and re-
present Armed Forces employes
exclusively, and it was clearly
stated that Local 900 would cofi-
cern itself only with those local-
raters who work for the Panama
Canal Co., Castillo said.
The Local 907 head added:
"After nearly five years on
the scene with complete mo-
nopoly they represent a mem-
bership of less than 500 -
which is a very poor record."
Local 907 official stated that
by announcing it intends to
discuss wages, classification, etc.
with Caribbean Command. Local
900 has called attention to the
violation of their agreement.
"We have tried to maintain la-
bor peace in the area since our
organization was chartered,'"
Castillo stated, "but apparently,
some labor leaders do not have
much respect of discipline, and
this agreement does not mean
much to themm" "
He charged that Local 00
was now trying td mak041a
"show" in order to cover up
their poor organielng cam-
paign and their disastrous
economic situation.
"We also want it announced,"
Castillo added, "that Ernest
Schwartz, executive secretary of
the CIO committee on Latin
American Affairs will arrive here
on a courtesy call," and not, in
any direct connection with oper-
ations of the GCEOC-CIO unions
in the Zone.
Castillo pointed out Schwartz
is attending the Inter-American
Regional Organization of Work-
ers in San Jose, Costa Rica, and
will visit here merely as a "court-
esy call." Local 907 said he has
no jurisdiction here.

Notre Dame Awards

AFL Presideni Meany

'55 Laelare Medal
SOUTH BEND, Ind., March 19
(UP)-George Meany. president
of the American Federation of
Labor, tonight was named win-
ner of Notre Dame University's
1955 Laetare medal award as an
outstanding American Catholic
The award has been made an-
nually since.1883 but Meany was
the first labor leader to recelye
it. He is slated to head the LA-
bor organization resulting from
the expected merger of the AFL
and CIO.
The Rev. Theodore M. Hes-
burgh, C.S.C., president of No-
tre Dame. announced the selec-
tion and said that for more
than 20 years Meany "has ex-
emplified the ability and Inte-
gritv of a labor statesman.
"He has opposed those who
would debauch the dignity of
the working man," Hesburgh
said. "With equal vigor he hMs
combatted those who would sub-
vert America's free enterprise

Monday Musical

Meets Tumuoow
The Monday Muscale ensem-
ble will mneet at the home of
Mrs. Alvin Rankin of Margarita
tomorrow, at 7:30 p.m.
A string ensemble under the
direction of Mrs. O. E. Jorsted,
the group will present a group
of numbers Ingluding selections
by 3KB., Handeandnd Schubert.
Members of t*ia ensemble are
Frank McLead. Charles Lvew,
Andrea Oreblen .cd Esther Mil-
Mrs. C. J. Getmis, program
chairman, will present 'a naper
on -Chumber Music" .ad will
use u Ultmtntqm Beethoven's
sIti rtef I D MJor, 'omc
llNo. 3. and B 1Buim's quin-
for piano ead utsiaes. opus
4Larm p

(NEA Telephoto)
NATURE ON THE RAMPAGE A huge volcanic cone (left) spews fiery lava high into the air
and onto a small home at Pahoa, Hawaii. The house, aflame from blobs of lava, burned to the
ground within 20 minutes. ________

$12 Million

IFor H-Bomb

THE SEA BOILS A 2000-foot high steam cloud rises into the
air from the ocean as a river of lava plunges into the sea on
Hawaii's east coast. The lava. flowing from Mount Lilauca's
latest eruption, turned.the sea into a churning yellow-green
mass, and built up a small peninsula, 300 to 400 feet into the sea.

East German Factory Workers

Being Drafted For Farm Jobs

BERLIN, March 19 (UP)-East require "very much time and
German Communists ih a v e be- funds."
gun a campaign to recruit thou- T h e same results, he added.
sands of factory workers for could be achieved quicker and
farm work to combat the Soviet cheaper by paying "special at-
tone's food shortages. tention" to corn.
The Communist press disclos- And, he said, that corn "real-
ed that workers are being asked ly Is the most non-labor-con-
to leave cities and settle on suming crop."
farms. Khrushchev said that Soviet
The number of workers to be agricultural science should pro-
recruited was not given by the vide the proper crop rota son
Communists, system for the vast steppes and
However, the Wes t Berlin .arid areas where present sys-
"Free Jurists investigating corn- teams have proved unsuitable.
mittee" placed the number at But, he said. "Soviet scientists
20,000. have adopted... the incompre-
h e bihla nosition nf mnarkitn

Some reports said as many as t
50.000 workers was the Commu- -
nist goal.
The recruiting campaign ap-
parently was designed to insure
that there will be enough farm
labor to ensure a good harvest.
The flight of farmers to the
West hasW caused a .farm labor
The Communists. attempted
to minimize the food shortages.
calling them "Insignificant."
Meanwhile In Moscow, Niklta
8. Khrushchev, first secretary of
the Communist Party, stressed
the necessity for increased pro-
duction of corn at this week's
agricultural conference for the
southeast regions of the Russian
federative republic, Pravda re-
ported today.
The official Co unlast Party
newspaper carrtd a lengthy ac-
count of the conference, almost
half of which was devoted to the
speech made by Khrahchev Fri-
Accordlpg-to Pravdf. Khrush-
chev saW "the chief link to the
solution of the problem of in-
crease In grain production, and
e-OctIY in ladder grain for
elm 0ef nw-Qf emtt-breeding. is,
-bthe require-
W aJMn stock
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- Civil Defense Administrator
Val Peterson said today that
emergency funds sought by
President Eisenhower will be
used to make the broadest stu-
dy yet undertaken of how to
protect millions of Americans In
H-bomb target cities.
Mr. Eisenhower asked Con-
gress yesterday for $12.000,000
to finance plans for evacuating,
sheltering, and feeding repuger
Particular stress will be put
on determining what kind of
shelters will be needed outside
central target areas to protect
evacuees from radioactive fall
Peterson Issued a statement In
Battle Creek. Mich.. saying "the
studies to be undertaken are vi-
tal to the safety of millions of
"The funds." he said, "will be
utilized as rapidly as possible to
develop plans for the protection
of this nation's 92 critical Lar-
ret cities, nlus a smaller nvm-
ber of additional cities which
will be likely targets because of
their proximity to important
military establishments."
Peterson said scientific re-
search organizations will be em-
ployed to make surveys similar
to but "on a much broader
scale" than an evacuation stu-
dy made at Milwaukee.
"It will be our aim." he said.
"to develop as rapidly as we can
a complete package plan for the
protection of the Important tar-
get areas."

K. of C. Bingo

This Afternoon
The Knights of Columbus
will hold their regular Sunday
bingo this afternoon 2:30 to
5:30 in the new K of C Build-
ing, Balboa.


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.niang Agency

Reports Deadline l

For liberation' K

TAIPEI, March 19 (UP) The semi-official Tato
News agency reported today the Chinese Communia
have set May as their deadline for "liberating" FormoT, ."
The agency, organ of the Ministry of Interior, notuJR
the Communists set February of this year for attackil:. x
Formosa but the attacks did not materialize. -
The lull along the 150-mile island war front rungii "
northward from Quemoy to Matsu was reported conti*
There have been almost daily Communist shelliit'
of Quemoy island and military observers believed -i
Communists were registering new batteries of artillery .1
cently brought into position in the Amoy area.
Military authorities predicted the Nationalist navy has bW-
a buildup of Communist air ordered to seize or sink 4li'&
strength in Fukien province tanker rather than let its
within striking distance of For- cargo reach the Reds.
mosa would be completed some* .
time In April. If transhipment at ea''
Retired Gen. James A. Van made, it was not clear h!.'
Fleet arrives here tomorrow for whether it would be to soi
a three-day visit to the Nation- Communist Chinese vessels'i
list bastion, another tanker willing to _
The U.S. 8th Army commander running the Nationalist
during the Korean war will con- ade, or whether the cargo
fer with Generalissimo Chiang open for dickering.
Kal-shek on the tense 31tuation ,',
in the Formosa Straits. British sources had
The Nationalist press mean- the U iaed Stateax.
while unleashed as au v
bitter -attack on J_ I
4eite .swinD" polIcy tows" I t7 tnteg' A ,
Red Chlaft and Formosa. The proceurt was
Formosa's four leading papers two years ago w- en the
joined in the attack. States bought and transferred
"If in.tqday's Japan some peo- a U.S. Navy tanker a cargo
ple try to make friends with thebjet fuel carried by another i
Communists and supply peipng Zash tanker, the Wilma.
with strategic materials under ,;
the name of trade explosion. Fragmentary reports rec*?4
that will amount to an act of ed here indicated a drama ;.
returning good with evil," the the high seas was takW
official central Daily News said. aboard the 10,812-ton
This was in reference to Nation- now only two days off
allst goodwill towards Japan. coast of Ceylon and still I
The newspaper said if Japan ing eastward through the M
followed its present policy it dian Ocean.
"will be lost again."
Meanwhile the N at lonalist The crewmen and junior
Chinese air force announced cers unanimously rebelled _.
that its warplanes sank a 150-;gainst risking Nationalist
ton Communist gunboat off Fu-.to deliver the Jet fighter fuel,
klen province on the Commu- the Communist port of Sh
nist-held mainland opposite For- hal.
mosa today. -
A communique said the N.- The owners reacted with
tionalist planes strafed the gun- ders to the skipper to steer *
boat four times at 11:16 a.m. Of any port and continue on
and set it affre before it sank. original eastward course
Meanwhile from Helsinki it crewmen force him to stop.
was reported that the captain
of the Finnish tanker Aruba, Then his instructions arn
bound for Red China with 13,- old heAruba waitin internat
000 tons of jet plane fuel, had wt e fe
rejected demands of his rebel- transfer the fuel cargo in
llous crew that the ship enter immunity of the open sea.
a neutral port in Ceylon.
It was reported he was pre- Baa' To 0
pared to transfer the highly Ba11 s 11 o
controversial fuel cargo at a
rendezvous on the high seas, ifYear T
A spokesman for the Finnish .
seamen's union said tonight the Naw-ruz, the Baha'i New, f
crew will go on strike if. the cap- will be celebrated by Baha l
tain attempts to sail beyond the more than 235 countries of
Nicobar Islands, northwest of world on March 21, It has
Sumatra. announced by the NationaLZJ.
The Aruba's 42-man crew, its Itual Assembly of Central
chief petty officer and its three Ica.
mateg have refused to take the The Baha'i calendar,
ship into China waters where rated in 1844 at the b m

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COLLISION BUS 11VM Crumpled bodies of the five occupants of this car lie la front
seat where they were thmwn aftw a collimaon with a truck at Clinton, Conn. T7o m in the
tUak wee glihtl tartea.
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the Baha'i diispesa-
vides for 19 month of
each, with four tntereal
added between the 2ar
months. The final month,
2 to 20. is devoted to
when Bahas take o no
drink from sunrise to
The BaJ]a'ls New Year c
with the first da of
The Naw-run celebrattia
phasize that the renewal
and fruitfulness coming
each physical springttane
token of the new life God
ers on man with each
springtime. when His
renewed and a new Day 1
Such a new era. the
believe, bean In 1844.
has come God's ft for
to understand the
mankind an4 the fun
oneness of relleon. Upon
an undertatau esn
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KNAVES AbN FOLKS,. SPURN whatever. it Is you
may be doing* uch -as muling-'over the formuiajoor the
cobalt bomb, or febdifg the goldfish, or flkyi the off
spring, and, pay a ~ l~Idgen or so of heed round-fre.
For It is my intent to take you into .y fL e
regarding- the hitherto tekurity-shroudtd fact 'thait'the
other day louIs myIelf npgagpd" in making my contrlbu-
tion to the peaceful *avancoement of man's astpury over
nature, and his hopes forea future of calm. and plenty, by
conducting-oertaina'xperimenes imong-the itasks an ia OL-
ties in- thi@labbratly ler Which the schIarrly' Cpt.'WiI.
I'am A. .Ifpwn'prqef&i *a professor emeritus.
I was working,oen a nmber of unsolved problems in.
volving the -relationshlp between the disappearance .of
fluids, such as the justly.famed Balboa solutiOn, ;Wthl*he
appearance of solid, such as nickels, dimes'-and quarters.
I. am not free-to reveal all details ef my work. Suffice
to say that-thlf6'.ontioek tar be i critical shortagee f the
soJids. Thi I4at.e.d T6fpsIowr- Brown and ,I agee that the
problem w4. ari naog.. up, to, each from our respective
scientific angle (Brow n's liquids mah) is one of. life's
ineluctable mysterie. .'
Far more inluotable than that we had so swiftly
solved in an earlier. seminar,.to w(t, are women worth the
trouble and twitterMg they auise? Answer, No. *X
Cess difficult of pJariation Js. why Red, Panama's
answer to the-Ntiotnal Safety Council, was transporting
a monkey to and:from Tocumen in his Paleolithic pas.
senger wagon,
S Seems some soaitering-wittad woman. (s not my use
of the adjectve "'scatter-witted redundant, the 'meaning
being fully implicit in the pnocn 'wdrrman'?) anyway,
seems this dame bought herself this monkey with the
idea of whisking, it off to the United States...
Airline officials inspicted the ape, pronounced it in
eufflcientlly' perforated witl'innoculatilhg needle, banned
it from traveling.
The dame dialled Red, bade him collect her simian
btablematewride himl back to tow;i, and attend to his further
perforation, packaging and emplaning with a.deluge of
doubloons she would pour down from the States.
Thus, the monkey riding back from Tocumen. The
rate? Student of Darwin, our Red. Monkey and men, same
family, same fire. Leading of philosophy helps cab drivers,
hinders- monkeys. .
That's how- this hogwash differs from philosophy.
SMuch broader in its scope. Helps nobody."oinders everyone.
I WeJ, I WAs thinking of' monkeys, and what do- you
.know, a couple more quaffr and I found' myself thinking
of zoos, a.Atheh of course 1 was thinking of Canal.Zonians,
and how i"ad 1l'is they havesno zoos to go to.
To tear the curtains away from an unsuspected niche
of tenderness in my heart, I shall let it be known that right
then and there 1 got to feelIn pretty sorrowful for Zo-
niains, andi I'v6 kept right on being as sorrowful as sorrow-
ful can..b bIe o ir behalf.
For, like it said in thp Booz, Allen and Hamilton re-
port, not ony do they oton th ntba no zoos ti o, tp, except
maybe the o6nI'%nw kbI. tighei,. but. they had' no big
league baseba'i( to Io0k a. Baseb00I" i I'real :part of the
American way of life, and the way 'exiled Zo6nias feel
about baseball is perfectly understandable. You miss the
things that are so much a part of home.
Ng. on .can say .it's the6 fault' of the pushed-around
4onta -that he has to,!Ove so much time to bi b6di igaBDout
-the l.e of baseball down here that. he hasn't managed to
j 0pt along to the game 0f the Twilight League, which ffnds
itself in sorry.financial straits betbause the baseball-itarved.
Zonian has been :too undernourished to totter along to the
ballpark. ,
The wif~i of a lad who presides over the Twittight
League po;rebook gave nia to Utndqrstnd (a he r.ecord-
ed a batsman's dismissal Ieg-before-wicket) that the take
at a night 'gme'does not even cover t"e cost of the lights.
The teams schoolboys, serviceman, some Zone
civilians.. The stands thinly sprinkled with the players
families, some serviceman, scarcely a civilian Zonian along
just for the fun of watching a game of baseball. -'
But I couldn't blame th absent Zonians a bit,.because
like I said, things are so tough down here without the
familiar pleasures of Statelde living (e.g. baseball), that
a fellow jMt 'doesn't feel like going along to a garm of
baseball .
I'm disconsolate, too, about the way Zpnians swing
in their hainrocks, worrying and wOrrying about the- un.
fair shake they. are getting from the powers that be, and
the from world at larje.
I am right' up among the -first to agree with them
there in their hammocks, something really should be done
about It. We must fight the Insidious erosion of everything
we hold most dear.
Just count the various pleasures and privileges Zo-
nians have forfeited over the past few years. Things are
not what they "Were. So great' it,-thJ! measure of agree.
ment on this that all kinds of hammock hours ar-e ort.
sumed in exprebsing the sum sT it.
The aituatlon i sO iuundated in grief, in fact, that
no fewer than 80 repeat 80: persons thought It worthwhile
getting out .of the hammtock yesterday morning to -to
Diablo attend the meeting at whi.o AFV leadr sLaosn
from Washington .were to give a 'rundown oh easuures
that powerfutorganization proposed to.tak. to remedy the
Zonians' lot. :
A special car. wa also put on the train over from
Colon, to bring the hordes of indignant underprivileged
Zonians over ftom'the Atlantic-side.
Arid of the 4000, or o on the Panama Canal's US-rate
roll, a mighty throng of 80 thought'it worth while- getting
along to ce eWlht ooIld be done about reducing the in-
cidence of gtoo tmand dprcsion round the joint.
The rest? The sltuation just too sad for them to talk
about.. . \ ?
It's like I said, things are tough enough to make
anyope sad, and I'n not sur whether I'm saddest for the
80 who turned up to yesterday's meeting, or the near-
4000 who didn't.f -l
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Xelford Taylor, 'who w&h we
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right, wth Sen. Josea I R. Me* As a boy, CHster was fascinated
Carthy,- the Wimonk Republican, by toy soiers. He begn a collUc- The miracles of plastic
ene general among .,my. The tin bat nouM fund it an expen low you to l.ve false t
"demoueartIe lbernlE' Jows're ansOve pioppstiUm, The costly toy oimce instead of shtter
arrayed n (the political rt. soldier that Intrlie Custer were rop them on the bathro
In Taylor.s view, the ational- to impotEd from fateign lands, The break -resistat
Lists neve used or abuse the .o he began n Mking his own. made with Bakel
headlined investigations Com- BHe hks pent the past 20 years resins is also designed t
aiunism .to .nlaict not only Reds developing hig own "uasret" proc. greater mouth comfort.
but opponents of every hue, many s." for turning out twW-inch'high Fashi.ned at a single
of whom are strong -anti-Commu- soldiers eheaply, Now they sell at teeth and palate do as
Pists. Thus, is study boils down New York's large hobby shop for ints sub p" t to ene
to an examination of how this ls each which is "cheap" In this ood artcles or other m
came about and how it is like eld. can be covered
to go in future.'A cease fren sheets laminated with
the war he says, depends on the Part of Custer's unusual collect. ed bers to simulate I
voters. tiion included a' Continental Army arteries
Taylor- brings a broad bock- officer from New Jersey, a British The resilient dentures.
ground to his book. He served four GrenatIer sf the Revolutionary .e various shades,
years at chieP counsel to a lBe te War Period and a U. S. Marine vuing a natural appeal
investigation of railroad finance. eorps offleer of 1812. He currently the wearer. (Luxene ,
He was chief prosecutor at the is fashleoing a Civil War gun York City)
Nuerberg war crimes trials aft- crew, "C
er Wbrld Wa I11. More recently Custer's basic method of oper- Wa.r to knqw when
he squabbled publicly with Me- atlon is simple. First he makes a -ar-o.- was onstructc
Carthy, who threatened to bring clay model-which later is used to o ld ,oodrow wison was
him before the bar of a senate make a metal cast. From the cast became prSi dent?
Inqidry. he makes a -rubber mold in t ce res"0 samples
-1 which he pours lowmelting metal M historical facts dis
BeJor TrIstesse (Dutton) 'isa alloys .t. tread, inex e&
first novel by an 189year-Old Mrs. Custer then paints the fix- an easyeuing1 by 26
French girl Francoise Sagan, who Ished product in appropriate Name "U.S.A.A at a Gl
caused a literary sensation In 'colors. artis ideal or use a
writes o adult and It takes t mn chart is ideal for use bI
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Her story is about a teen-ager, Custer credits his wife for op-
Cecle, whose first love, affair is couraging him to go on during the
fatefully linked to the amoral life ipng, letn veArs when his, exclu-
of her father. Cecile has always sive, process was nothing more
known of her father's love affairs than a dream. He met her at a
and his shared some of his most -eekskill, N. Y. dide ranch 10
intimate secrets. They art on their years ago. .
usual umsmer holiday with the "We found we bad somethingin
father's newest mistress when cohimor there he said, "We have
their disorderly but exciting life is uch more in eomot today. It's
interruptedby the arrival of a wonderful formula for a happy
Anne, an old family friend. Her marriage.",
self fading, Anne has determined ......... ..
to marry Cecile's father, to save l
himn from himself and also rescue I
Cecile from inevitable emulationr, l iV U H C,
ef the erring parent. In a freny
of youthful hate and cunning, Ce-
cilq plots Anne's defeat, using her W YOK (UP Paul
own first lover With near -.brutalr S. a 7m ician who haul
dispassion to serve her a m bh qi- .wra Ssmyician who has
tons. Cecile awakens too late to ucqurea mt-rnauonal same as a
the hrr of the forces she has rouctor and chorus director
the horror of the sace the waa, is coming to te
aroused and cannot control. United State for his first proes-
Miss Sagan never encounters a United tte his first profess
dull moment _and. her story* is not sional engagement.
essy to hiet'.. ,. He will 0urect t h e Collegiate
easy to get. .. .. C irale"n, ts amumm spring edb-
In Thi Sipioe Truth, (Harcourt, Oirt in Carnegie Hal on Palm
Brae) E izabh Hardwick has Sunday. April a. The concert is to
subjected two egghead spectators feature the Amereican premiere of
subjected two egghead sdctators intly Burkharans "Isaiah's Vi-
et a sex-murder trial to the sort 'ny Bukhar conducted ita s world
of microscopic examination cus- sluon." Sacher conducted Ita world
of rm i I y -reserved fort e premiere in Basle in 19. '
*omarily reserved for. e Sacher is founder and conductor
The state had a. strong e oth now famous chamber
against Rcdy Peck, charged with orchestra; the ammerochester of
strangling Betty Jane Henderson, BOuWe.- alsofounded and heads
although therm wag some question The nola Lantorum Basillensis
whether the crime was murder. and conducts tile Colegum Mus
ever, were not concerned with the ny who have dedi ated Major
lepi technicalities .but with the o have l
itrelevant issues ,roused-by their wolts to hi.-
To explain their diverse atte- .were so many peopleinterested in
tuded, Miss Hardwick exploe '" event VMS os'mposgrs, the Aje-
Their histories and present exist nilndf sm Ista#,n6r. O and Anahid,
enies, while earreying forward her would have uret a larger h1 a I.
account of the trial. The result is As it as. they played-to a packed
,yi, urbane entertainingly Ironic c uditoriummin the MetropolitanMu-
st5dy of the sobsister school of acum of Art. -One weekibefore the
penal procedure,.with, an amusing concert inerq than'l,000 applica.
twist atthl end. ions had been rejected-- the
a th we' no seats left.
In recognition of the current Maro, a pianist, and Anahid.' a
rowing popularity of paperbound violinist have become leading in-
bookVis tS Press is is.-ulg the terpreters of the atonal composers
portable Library series between those who use the 12-tone sys-
paper covers at $1.25 (cloth-bound ten. They played with the "Music
are $2.50). First to be issued are '5" Orehestra, organized for the
The.Portable Walt Whitman, Mark occasion among members of the
Twain, Hawthorne, D. H. Law- Symphony of he Air, which used
enee, GibbonVoltaire, Rabelais, to be the NBC Symphony.
ante, Medieval Reader a a d The core of the concert is a
Greek Reader. These volumes are double concerto written specially
rrinte from the sammeplates as fv r the sisters by Carlos Surinach,
t cloth-bound Portables. Viking Spanish composer conductor, in
will continue fo issue the regular its world premiere, and a double
cloth-bounds stared 12 years age. concerto by the Austrian composer
.- Ernst Krenek. who Is the. dean of
rteie P e givingg atonal composers.
R feioer r oped Yl o u The New ork City (City Cen.
Sv) Onera as engaged Salvatore
Thwadl h aiars Baccaloni of the Metropolitan Op.
st wd B ugmatern a as a technical adviser for the
.production of Donizetti's "Don
LUBBOCK Tex.-(UPd -- 1b- L aPsqual which will be one of
boek poUce believe they have bhe big athactions of its spring
about solved one of their head- season, beg ing March 17.
aches how to identify stolenI Baccaloni during his many sea-
articles by getting personalisu at the Mot had become one of
property registered hetore b u r |.nerea's best known and most
glars st it. Iked opera strs. His interpreta-
In the past police have beenio of the aged and comic Don
stymied by victims too general iough six Met seasons, ending in
descriptions on'ebndv wouId re-I1 sig l is well remembered.
port an outboard -motor tolen. isWellremembered.
About all ttey knew about it Artur ubinste's aual con-
woi e f ae bTranad nasKmeaud crt in Carnegie Hall was as-
bor epwer. The same r dim yffu ltsoundinf for its mingling of amaz-
anLMed to gu., radis, cameras i vhturistv with the d licate dis-
o" Polaer CicL. T For- u'ninatons, ol ths interpretative
De riy haseuU L. W. For- musician. ue' a pianist show.
SOtee Ia u ed Vat campaign sW n of tin first rank, but also a
e .N.tL tri h a Sumb.1 o sc magnateent revealer and expound-
items Buted -t thse R oosttWe er of msiei meanings.
e i t hm a large file ai d His urograi was enough, from'
h ipeafed to other m ,ent the standpnt of difflcul, to
od serWia mbers of their prop- -trtle. I hbean wir the third e of
er..yto im .. ..m in belthoven'| 0ops 31 sonatas a
Tt* ~ erus_ _.'a m iMlnt .ter thmogi Liszt's enormous B
"We1eeas .69 t Y swamor snata. ileinded a Chopin
o. i e S,'0l 9~1~_Pu ia"ssecas iai Utarevinsy'a pi Pn
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do- e Pmptruciefte" music that eOa-
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...berry as in this receipe for 1i n- In buttermilk. Add With 'eag and
The liuth will out, they say, so regarded as a one role" actor. I gonberry stack cakes. For lin- melted shrteng to ana
let me ll members of is ake h tellmbrsell me if there was ofseh tagonberry stack cakes the pan- all at once and stir t p
"women's world"' exactly what anyone he would like to copy or cakes re baked larger than av- cup batter for e nake
happened when GIangcr Rogers ar admired %ieti much. Without hesi. erage a,- then, as Ek ,, bt ih r, l
rived in Panama near midnight tloton he said yes. . Gregor\ ..,t, eks atop the next one, a gen--lake to a go brows,, g
Shn Wbednsdad. with her husband. Peck. ......... erou tpotio f crenthee
". ~ ~~~~~Skin blemishes give teenagers the heeble Jeeblies, P]~ lel r { r u rous Portion of e r a, e ny on e ..
Jacques Beigerac. Seb tularlItroubles cause. A special smap.(lefty promotes adIO smplel. spiked with .orange rind 1s To se, ta oh 4 pmnpakes
was, one of those occasior.s I spet must. of 'Thursday with If they appear just before a big evening. A specify devis Ion, especially around nose and mouth. Ldtion onte eadover each Warm gon- sndwh fh. w r
r vet rog e bt h d program for teen skins can cut down on the f tratlon skin clean up dandrul and lotion (right)disguieshante socspr e overheh
Vocr. everything went wrong h in tbot~h.,and was again mprc. p il I tg t dibi ."berry sauce spoon' ed ue~h o heeflln t n.T ih
and I know, because I was there! t, by their germine interest and adds the crowning -touch You'll hot lingonberry- sauce. Cut' ach
Joe Cunningham, manager of the thrill in everything tney did and NEW YORK The p h r a s e diet, sleep and soap-add a n t i- fectly clear. If you use powder and keep ybusWi an: everything love its tingle-fresh fruit flavor stack Into 3 wedgs a a.d serve
Vo e ElPa:--in ser" .iscar "%v
oI: ioeli El Pa:.ama sert his car law. h'Ehooigirl complexion" n a k es septic care zor the scalp. replace the puff as frequently as tnat's or.you or nea.you ho s- n contrast to the rich cream immediately with a ditt 4I sance
4md chauffeur to meet the cle- We have so little time in Pa- mnytcenagrswant to laugh- his expert has worked o yo can. pital-elean. cheese." Ii desired.
rased cnuple and that's how I nama, unfortunately," said Jt a c- many teenagers want to laugh-i This expert has worked o iu you can.I ia-ln.ces"
K to thule airport. qu I "amnor want toe, sa J a e- cr cry. For ,ey seem to be trou-1 ume medicatEd soaps and lotions For the temporary cover up
th ig thef airstrte beo.. .ques and p want to se bled by blemishes and problems to help gals with these problems, while the problems are healing,
eem pilefled w nqn .t me car nh mad m In the Ing they w ere wihI bat neverAbotherideeir srniorr.m aneshaep-- 'asa'
*l cuted ing n a Uic e %hata Th hmo a o.dtoe, tee is mdcaelotin thveat (! ~ S J ~ .u
.. u whe c n ha i I there wbth neve botherotheinsenior and a medicated lotion. Aso niht be a pride saver for many
b t out'of tiwe at his staee but the "lock and .. the.who wor",I A minor case of acne, a prob-,iecommended is scrupulous care a een-ager. It comes in several '-0C a Q uc
I= out oftwteretethis g ,t ars.Dothee andksawdthe Canalwhthevorks"rietyofcobra
...ae. .managtedto hitch a d Ginger. They are both very lm that haunts mary teen gals, 6 brushes and combs. It's n ot shades for the arietyhof Colora-
Toeumen, lea vin g Top-nkeen on dances of indi vid dulacan be a severe pestilence. OneltoO much, 'rk to sterilize a t.ons and wil give the skin an'
ch e h h ountrieqsowere most impres expert put 13 e r researchers on brush, nprovicing it wont' melt. even tone. I nnn4 /1
cuffeur changing the tre s m i dances. the obm and found that acre. The skin soap is medicated, too, But because you ear. coyer up,t %
fmi t ams thale di qonmann w e d Is ia mst invariably accompanied and should be a big help in the don't.forgel to work on healingg" t!er J
-. .f ..-- .. e. r w hrld too, wth the y .dandruff. So, in addition to trouble areas around the nose and wo. Wbtc that diet as closely _
cal'won w s mhedgt0 c apoedmed i g d stpi :un other cardinal teen rules -In.outh Keep the wiasheloth per. ever you did. Get lots f sleel ...,. -
w ., m en I wished,,u It ;g-r, e ;ne~rytnmg 'depicting y. ..= -== / ii a evg,,.-
be lately in anger and her "typical life in Panama". Thus ..'
rMAiankily ri a =& ,._t'dwwed them the town,, the ./ /,Oi
.au.ce.u. ly..avecnng they..were hes. and L' -Ui e/,- ta ch( J KtTL .O 4 su .-L" nookWt aft-
a still there was no sign I admit that I had a wonderfulnll' . Inaag.. g" an Z teme WL t ,a
,er. Fortunately Tpi 4r timeMyefM 11H u e odt W o/ 9 'a h d -k n1"id.xem w ng"a
the car. Fortunately Toppr time myself -with this Interesting IV u&, ,* ap.,.at'ege LeUA .C
ed at the eleventAhour, mple, -aaag an urts us u ase-
I was about to i deulr4t ; d b .... r ing. ( ,amu y a u,' Srito
er..to the'. a- ~Zare :oj'fatts pltyh at tht thads( srag' ,As_1J, 2 nt. nnb9, etiiCtoJ a tiVJaeb-, oOUS3 OL.Uto
s0 59t hg an & hurnitureeC a in etnesanua e b.a
r o miletO ...l g oll e s o f lug- re to the .e=_q F rid yt l L g cas ruh' n glure "- s i jea u ry i iie fl.
-- rwe ou wlotecan be&onceilloe ubng .euulsilky
I. Vwe 4.'&n our W~ ~jmngand Tw ~ptij o ;:t wi
t o wo af li t m with equal parts of boiled, --.-- not' ".di ue tarent up;-
aMorsa iming coupla would 'rdi1s my tine andt' whitec ti
har i o .magine. la teO oter it. a would db&nauseed oil, turpentine and white "Merciful heavers," remarked borroww? Tonight, .get out the.,,.-,.. .t.it.,1. 'e t"
ard.magme.A ate ther m ir.er ithe friend. "Do you really carry h andbag )you want to carry with izalgt 'Ue aM c',-'aa- pepAhrA
~tough .Wew% and exh-i.u-stwcd{ more dci' amid' memorable 'aregar I -
ough s and exhaveIstamtere bn lr aRd memorable -all that stuff in your hiandbag?;'" tht. suit you're going to wear.', ,.. d, .au W.-
r oub omuthu ere thr i edqu Bere Rogeersad Using, strong alkaline s oa ps or She was Watching in astonishn- Pack it with iust the things you'll .. e wm x
t h pj m l b t h w e r e s o t h r i l l e d J a c q u e s B e r t ,e r ae I L.. . . . .L-- ... -. ..
nw and learn extremely' hot water in washing :ient, a. a well-organized woman need. Perha,-s 1 will be a col.. ..-
to wa ve yti n asd le--n-as
o4 verytuhing about a coun The ter-AmericanWo en china will fade out goldband or produced a small notebook, a pen., sc.tior like that of the woman iney are members of a class
ih .ey cq l about acoun The Inter-merican Women's it decorations three swatches of fabric, four above, who was doing such shop-' an paJUial ai 1 6 b learniL;
ya iss visited before. As Club member-,. are ah-lways help- s ads pasted on 5:7" cards, ar.d a ping. .!,LaLaL., WIIva Wn ,elp LtAS v.
re we did not go straight ing the needy in' .onme waVy or wallpaper sample from her hand- st c ueu. -,a .aiy uc.uu.
el but drove downtown, other. And : Comnmmittee of thb A piece nit heavy vy flannel'bag. h nd. un!euer.Luruu, ie uwa uu.
g d Jacques were hungry. Orphanage or Our Lady is certain. ,rapped around the head of your "Oh, no, just when I need them," Ihone nunrors of anyone yloi ue'- ,we)-ea. %.Lul a eu uw t....
S was not with us as the '. rno exceptionm. wing machine and stitched In t'e woman answered, w it h a ,may want to c all when you're",e uC, aUCLIL LUav >,-4Wdta,
: of al the redaurar.ts and place makes a convenient pin :augh. cut. Check on change for t h e: uw tow wuitii w thuLnei- naatus.
Were closed. April 23rd may sound a long cushion. Which, of course, is the ans- bus,.taxi or parking meter. Cokl' outl a cuar'e is aequci aI U.
g at e n6tel to greet ay off but bettre me these ac- -- wer. No handbag is overloaded if lect the things you want to match mu ;. -. a k.. .....a L a,
ple were MelVin Doolittle, tive women lare, alreadyy working The experts recommend dry' t has just what 3ou w'.nt in it. and write down the dimensions of, become eleifenLdry -ioon, Leac.
a .r of rsIran ohf A l ways in hard on pre,:ra tons for a large leanmn for suede garments, but But however building at may be, the window. era, and or mose wuo jlan tu
a. and Mrs f olt tle, and t narity Ba -, to uheil at the ,:m betuten u'ofess.onal cleanin's.'if it doecn'tld e what you wart,' There are certain accessories Luae a tUbi LetLlicdLe wV uiC a .
ed Ciem for 1 what truly union n ClubSresi nt Ricardo A- 'ou can sponge uff grease or.dirbl .t's empty. that are always in your handbag. uum enaoie tnem tw teaca in,
termeJ a la* supper! rias and M Ariaroil..be guests '..th a regular dry cleaning fluid.' The handbag annoying as it but you might cheek them over bonw elementary ana secondary
eat tense o. hb nor has oGnor R t e ae p sometimes is can be as useful tdch night for renewal necessi- s,'n oos
qted out to both Ginger Remove thw pel,:,phane wrappet.,nd mtelligent as a well organ-, dt's or repairs. Lipstick (ls It the bevera' of the girls found the
quest. ana the say key A mste unusual fashion, parade ham tew lamp shades. Other-.woman who prides herself on do-,color you're going to wear?), tisn-
ch' other is a pleasure 'to will be presented, too. Young ls- .-ise. heat from the light bulb may ing things neatly should remem- sues tenougl w a le t, comb course even more useful w h en
he reason, I suppose, is dres, sponsored by 20 leading shrink the cellophane pulling the her thi ''clean), mirror, emergency rain the Christmas season rolled around.
tthhe re ota vey at-obsiessesabishensaitPna-Gonghopinnfosdapriest-abt.litattieeteyhadacim. Paens-d i "sts-Oti, bplpa'
Seemingly unaware thqt;a at present re inning ar.ony- shade out of shape. Goinghoppmg fordraperie to-at P.y that time they had .aeuu.aa .
the center of attraction mousj will tb6w ,. thpir con.1 .... a eastern, beth dm33ed in W tmlshdhtl~~~l_ .
they ;,.. .umes the latest fashion in coffee. 4,50I -/athi ,B ethis'
especially true of Gin-:he most luxurious car to drive, K 7 L local ] athz eauties late several articles which made student who ekest
fim e is one of the u Oc best rav eL an .otlhe ialgf r project s r form e lprec a
-feou movie,- stare, ijterestinnithi th..F of these" *ida itifridbepoeti 't.
r;i f she started her' industries wbl- o'[W tb u te one IAnelwr rjc srqi. nta.h A.md a.e
beautiful dancer with .u drred dollat to the Orphanage. _____e_ of all coeds. But for the male tellis..."",_ -...-_ "
a. she has been way IMembers actively participat in g
-the Hollywood ladderbon the Committee are Meudames 6 ATE
and that's no easy R. McGrath. Brack Hatler. A. de'
world of entertainment' St Malo H. Sanders. W. Cronin.,
Sr 'i-a one hundred per- AW. Bard T. Woodruff. R. Rum
'. ,,el, E. l-w e..J. Peterson, A..
0on0t's enjoyable Latin andegri J Me'peh, M, Dqt..
vactin i -Ar~jtna te, T. RihhardssnP.-9ADlcb
'Peru. Glige agot. 'nd Mass Msattto (Tith Y ou
stuan tan.: he night of .,' .

-al she w weuiang a It's alwa3'r6Widdd Iar :Of' -
aItm.mn pailey silk dress ha-me new venture starting in the -
neckline in an mnusu- town. and the. one to which I'm' Like lipstick, a woman's deo.
styled ligtweight coat '-eferring stAV Iey. t heApah dorant is something she should
raie ma ital also loa Room otbe Hotel El Pana- ever be withoot.It .shouldal
-- the n me of which nma. layus be in hter weekend bag,
'Im afraid: She looks '*her dresser and at her oeen e. b
same as sne does on The ,Strollers' Brunch" start. had's golag to be away from home
and m 'addition has 'c 11:30 a.m. P ie.goes On untu or an extralong day, it should
a t ation and a charming 230, and you should see the be ain her handbag too.
w- emer.u! It's much too lengthyt tob i heh dbat
Y Xpo iet h e r in' Paris dur- print here, nblat'tvrrw3 wrlt that Letting the deodorant she huas
which time he had anyone would be impressed by it. ou wear off may have shehasant
s career as a lawyer Harry Mullet the executi' ch raoequtenes not only .does e!
dii actor. 'ihey were is a wizard when it p thpe r, k obut offendnma o ther
o years ago, and dur- dreaming up fabulous eles people, but e may av dres.
e nave made only one. to appeal to the inner diat, and con sequence of. Not oy have ea !
other. This was imade,he's really. l hlaIf proud onsequene. Not o does
"where we had this vent t t." Itl todtl -kg 6ur the mug ot
rful tame," Gi r.g er .aeal is a. s P' C-t e m w t- ttr
the name of "Beauti- last and or swned before' ..issihe. .r
e'r". -but in the States .-while va aed ere' te.
Calm it "Twist of heavy.
A just been released The price will be S .5 whether .Ubo n a dan'aIt awty ,
ites, so we s bould y eat ev i -a t, oeel, h feot I stp proposition.
Ikere iv Pansamltat toyNt dewtherV ieoorat to. Wre
hope.. n m &! -ri o addition, eou mae allow thetrant
hi"in ge"' "i.'gopene, "' fr-drinks win,. __
t ha r"tr. bne ouste," For thest resons,
late .aItN ''that -aplM' St
ttW ft.r., A -,ne.e ,
ier b -S usie M rM l be 4a fe1 'or-,
0 i1m iA eanr ally... inor-ther t."e "a "--
a msan dem't aWe to wear .m M nadS- sd 14.a

fl5 rtrains 5pm -2. WrdtisiW Ugh Diving Chasw pim ltp kbng Vg ant Frutb, bsa t a 1
:0101atrmosare dft: eed 4Im Se et modeaf bathing h ui.- saN dsA" wbulaletha b w uholwe.on iitoa I t O1R
a oPopes It left N- Shirley .ansim,.-.s at r.igh a.Oe ga m e W .p- .,r
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T,,henageSwent of Miss
B. Green, t anneuaced., MIs
rnl d M. FasMer of Cristobal
McHeana of Frrt Gullek, Ca
CristobalN HigbSheol, Class o
h he Umnlverity of Miami
AX e of aro1 ree, Mi
ynf ad I t0ue Kanddaughti
pfny4s, *a Herman Kleefke
AleMander Fraser of Buffalo,
Mr. Green is the son of M
delpta, Penn., and is -a gn
kbeoLQ Clas of 40 1d le hi
the- Uuiversity of MAudi ot a

Cqcktail Buffet
At LongelioYs Homef. o
Brig Gtn. Don rongfeuoi
ie lth Director of CanalZon

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4,. Am..o.if i.,,
N l -nl nd Markets Editor
& I 4W 9o reasonable and
g hd'a. e te think of omelets

te e.g. seem to gain tendernessook
of ture -- ndeleacy of flay-urge
4i"or a.,-dto Suffnyes.s that won't
t sie explained You can even.

t a fluff? soft-dtrink omelet

h ich has been stored overnight I
S ebe frova the pan, hot, puffy,
at its best when the arbonationess

furte use wit a deplastica ofr ub.
be' clbgure:) -
For plain or savory omelets try
S er ale, leon-lime that w(colorlssn't
ype), cola or club sodu can. For

SSoft-Drin soft-drink omelet
hi (2 to 3 stored overnights)
in the refro il erator, and it will
sonatge from ,te pan, eot, pudfy,

Scup stionof the soft drink I tablespoon
uat its best wren the carbonation

Ca one Boy Engaged soft peakshih Beo at yoltks until thike
-.sTo aRnubylvania. Girl and heavy; gerlly s tirin s).
T eo seragh killed and open the bot.k

n tod, m ixture into beaten egg white.ap for
r Derb Pennsylvna, to John Melt rat )a light frying pan

palmer Snith. 84, son of *r ad about 10-inch diameter); tiplpan
Ms. Joho PamemihFJr o t coatior savory omget very
uncd by Miss 'arkwns ner mokle, remon-limve fro heat, quclrlessk-

t, Mr. and M Joseph emr.- yslip weet omelette, use oran hor-
ri r raspberry or other fruit flay..j

Miss Larkin attended Immau-* Retur pan at one t l
a R Sm rdua heat -Drankd let omelet remain
ed frontalboa g School in covredpan for abot 3 m
S r Iat reent Your egg, fo i ratedry, l tea.
butter, marDI id ne or bacon fat.
MUss Anne TteiO la .Te L prkln Add sti lta and pper to egg

t b arr m whip hits; beatula on they flop lattr
Cal e e Boynre ed soft peaks. Bea fourt yothiks until thick so
nal Zone, and s a e engagement of MgA!duate o -oqrink until bleded. Fold y o I k
STherfe Lakin'.orbfBywdn, _ne after refr into beatioen egg white.
er oTery, Penn pv aora tono M r asel d itin aco ghet frying p an
merNew York ormith, mon of Mr. about-inch diameter); ti p pan
Mrs.. and Mrs. H. B. Green of Phila- Palmer Smith, Jr., ofto coat sidesLt pan ge:t very
adntte of.John BJsertrfoHgh'. di pnIon omelet mixture and ov-

MIasSS o aLara n attended Imm ion Wi. Return-pan at once to low hs (2 tea-
W11 College, ImmenulatwtPenn.ei.-nd cook 5 or c minutess.Turn

Se ylvania..ohn P. Smith omraduat h ea t and l et omelet reo main
Ied frn alboa Wgh Schoolhg arine sprinkle with grated 3 mn
Vheag Peple' Leaue :utrheese (anymov ckind)ove and run under
k .n Treat thDeiscqol T e i broiler until each side wese melts.
1 Young People's t ennerviceto be folded; if necessary, loosen

MOff oferCandidatet r hve of pan with spatula,
be) t arol erl n hiafoldin it as you slide it from the

d'crg is Feame., mcrevy
, Caa o en sru. to serve four, but this one s so
if 54, Ms Fr r poty Crr now attend- g ui Bath
Sn Coral Gables, Florida, for ecric
Se tanews pe after refrigeration, place in
&I t o M e .en.R oand hSub- Oionw O melet o lst (2rte o-

IiTt let with melted butter or mar
H~r Trexty Discussion .0 broiler until cheese melts.

Wt'. et, SCRENEN TADY, N. Y. (UP)
Tifser- General Ele-2 Company re-
'to*ttsoearch etobtsee 4m reached a
t euo by a oa't silicon crystals,
C e .tw' Alter a .materials.el.u for tramoars,
d, e. -tscualsion. on thosp thW'lAtronic devices that
the. k i e bY: -taSley e nods do the work- of
Uwig 9re. vacuum 1ua.L

alss Eiludaey,'Mr, Sa M e i Ae nip rare and invaluable mate-
alde' F Ce. Vrria The scientists have
Maduro and Mrs. Constance Fl.- leanid d tou ce sizeable
denqud. amounts of the crystals of near-
. perfect purity. They expect it may
Cdstadl' anr perform -better in certain tran-
S pen to Pet Members istors than the more common
.On eaturday j point meeting geranium. -
w1qhlKy the V..W. This isin- -______
r lt&Aehtw as extended to the ed
U Watthe tpost.TFhe Cottle-Feed Study
0Hwi located at 14th St. In Fids gDrug Useful
Old. CrIgtObal. '
1%'lie*Ingthe meetinzi a buffet ITHACA, N. Y. (UP) Aqti.
iwas served -and .refresbnrent pyrene a drug used in humans
er.e er'e t the bar which to reduce ,ever and relieve pain
nv lic.rtayy is open to mere- may have an important use
D ts. ai gkeir guests. in cattle feed research.
o brnell University Pcientists. say
"'mrder Airenged" the drug may eliminate the need
3'"CS] i ,tenh 'to slaughter animals in evaluat-
ig 34 1A th ue i feed rations.
* t 'i ue perfonrm- The rusea'-chers have found that
^a- E EBBA?- mepuremnts made by injecting'
ri Zone JIM- antipyrene into the bloodstream of
,otWA m ethts animals are as accurate as chem
To, .. a- ical analysis of Miaughtered anim-
cle r A r, wo bun als. Feed, can thus be evaluated:
rf nt Shk, oujngh In by measuring the. fatness of ani- I
or"-s. n t i malsi at the beginning and end. .
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THREE POiTSf--It.. :' de-
signer Pierre Cardin scores a
riqger by stringing a heavy sil-
ver horseshoe around milady's
delicate neck. Cardin says no
other jewelry should be worn
with the necklace, which sounds
like.good news for the oot-too-
strong fairer sex. -

(National Orthopedic)
JuMe Arwemmfn Ave. N.. 5U
Tel. .3-s21
Male r Female opratsr.

A new course in Tropical Cooking under the
direction of Mrs. Mercedes Alegre Smith is
to be started at

Calle Jer6nimo de la Ossa No. 10
(El Rancho Street)
on Tuesday 22, 1955 from 9:30 to IJ a.m.

The high spot of the week!
Our Famous

from 7 p.m. in the patio


delicious hot and cold dishes...
music for dancing by
Clarence. Martin
and his Orchestra.

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FANTASTIC WINNER-Arthur M. Underwood, of 'Robeoter,
K. Y., took this photo of a 3x5-foot area of rusted" snow on the
shore line of Lake Ontario. turned it upside -own and was the
first prize in the Nature section of the 10th Itpo0epter International
Salon of Photography. The current 'eo M l had 1791 cone.
tributors with 7000 entries from all parts of the V. S. and 3S otheu
ceittles, making it the largest photo exhibbll* n the world


The marvelous Sanaspray bidet
Now easier. . surer ... personal hygiene
.Here is the perfect way to absolute cleanliness . .
without the inconvenience of old style methods. Sa-
naspray; is scientifically enginereed for convenience
and safety. A valuable and attractive-addition to -your
bathroom. All. the advantages of an expensive bidet
at a fraction of the cost.
The Sanaspray is Instal-
led with just the simple
adjustment of a clamp
between the hinge bolts
of your toilet bqwl. When
in the off position, it
. ;cannot be detected.
SStays out of the way,
"y ". / through Sanaspray is a
permanent installation.
STo use Sanaspray re-
'Y quires only a flick of a
.. "" lever. This puts the for-
ward center part of the bowl. The sprayer discharges
a water stream that is controllable both as to direc-
tion and pressure by manipulation of the valve
and lever.
Recommended by medical authorities.

Made and guaranteed of rust-proof metal.
Quickly installed or easily removed in your apartment.

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una tenue crema liquid,
proporciona una
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F k MORR1SON CAQA ZALDO Agencia Internal. d Publl etaianen FARMACIA i$TADOTTNIT.S l M, I PAMA AAN *-c a
F -ORe 4Erh, of Jur Aver l J u. odCeo- Ave. A4 4u C ..u e s. o14$ caR A ,' .. ... c k h';a "
. 1 GrdSa i l Arboiu FAR BBdTP .o. R C5 Ca FM e cs.


FOR SALE:--New Frlgldare. ce- FOR SALE:--5. 2ti ick. Super FOR SALE: 10 good saddle Phmr Panama 3-1877. Crito- ATTINTION .l.t-Jm buJIt FOR NTSmll ct, e
I. dar wardrobe with healer, chest Cdnderhble val.floiJ, excellent hores Cean be seen at Paonma bo | 3.J1,73. moder fuit,0lthStfreto I, bedroom, living -A d0Mni .,
We Have Everytbng of drcRwer. mceiSlo eou furni. condition. w/s/w i;res good $800.' Riding School. Phone 3-0279 be- 2 be ms, t cld wa el. k n. M e
To Keep Your Lwn ture, household oAitcles Apt 9, Can be financed Phone 8 3-4242 teen 3 and 5 pm. Gromli h'll Sonta Clo arboa Bch an. p e. Ja doeS
S*ad Garden Bea Arboix Bld. Phone 939-L.C Ca- oter 4 p.m. n ttg. Modern convenicers. ,
U-rin the Dry Season. Ioni P--one o JOIN THE TREND towards mod- N oleTs. Phone Gamboo FOR RENT:-Funl shed and un-
n th D- e Ion. FOR SALE--1953 Chevrolet 210 ern window coverend, using match 6441 ,- furnished 2 and 4-room modern dFOR
S*Tpol. FOR ?oALE:-9 cu. t Cfolerosor 4-door sedan. 2-tone green, good stick bamboo draperies and cur- oe apartments. Control Alhambro rouR ds In .
SO I. refrgertacr. 40- pound freezer coidirton. Coll Balboa 2-3186 tahins. Custom-made in all sizes Fd$II COTTAGES, one l Apartments. 10th Street, Phone t- 100.6-105 Gormb
O. E li p Se eomoautmamtv -s qe r oprion, ofter4 p m. and ian color for immediate d-' past S Clara. Low rates.-- 1386,n Colon. .- -
*f Inseticildes e .,t mcelle nt nca co r.d'.n. very. Veneian bnd. recondi- Po! l1Bo 866. I.
ECall afternbors or eergs. 1- FOR SALE:-1950 Bu on- ng services. ree estimate. O NT-- nl
SbSprayers A.brook e: T' 3 I verl.tle. Dynoflo, radio, white- Call 2-3063 or 3-r 904. .Distri- WPiL.AMS' Santaro Clra h nmc t h dclalu th aM hems btowho id' r. b eB.S
l --- -- all ireds, new top.excellent con- buted by ProdIucos de Madero, Cttas.--.rockgas, refrigeration, aid, garM.. Oamb.M 6-206, bath
F Fertilizers b ob v urniture, miscellaneous. -- -- rue SEtore. ENT:-Cope Cod, Mossa- FOR RENT; Cool 2-bedroom pes n- i *
vs 87-527 2-51 WAThDn Panama 3.1877. Cr isto
SCr~toboR 3-3254. FOR SALE:-'53 Mercury hard- Achuett, U.S.A.. beach front cot- apartment, living dining room,
t FTuUes $ 75; Wers, nghouoe refr, gero- seat covers. Lt. Kline Phone Ft. Miguet. after 6 p.m. Bal.or 3N548. -O tion Phone 2A2316 or 3'-0234. I VrngenIls n-s
aor, .-cu.:t. h125: ,.irhsg mooa.WTAm DaviTEs 87 ,527.
nEO F. uVEY 2 $il20.eoelerr enentn --- FOR SALE: -4 Elecb-tric Mules E.10.t Mro .e
EO. F.14 MNCces..Cl.G. num vWANTED --d-W9NTf--
S rl ih bnds 36'x59' $30 raCdio c35. F4FOR SALE:--1953 4-door. Pan- IYal wih .taion for charging .boWAN Tea .rse
l e nt cnrdt;or. Phone Pana- tiac Chieftan. 5 new w/w tires. bttries Brgan price. See at n
i Bt. h radio P hn. ZayosF.te. Phone Ft-. Da- Mele I os h 2-0550 s aneous
maI 34TH48. __Dtoarsmo-_ORNT__urd andun-
s 87-FOR27. 2-0551. WANTED TO BUY: Smooth W-hAdro:m heflat. mgrl-dining .
i FIrN t Able. Coes madt. 2extensond FOR SALE: .-Greales ll in FOR SALE.- Mahogany dining tires, uitable for reconstructing. room. porvh, ,rd, water,.
14 FO SALE-- 1953CTUlO 8 chro light color: set Ency- Ever! 19h Belvedere roam set: Westinghouse refrigar- R E O N S TRUCTORA NACl Illa Vita. Golf H h e. Cam-
ILo, Ti copedo Briannca. Call Balboa V-8 Powerflt 4-dooer Sede n. astor, years g(irantee; 3 egrn NAL, Ave. Peru No. 7. Phone p Aleqm tr.ll C net o. Phoni ested' p u
Sf, lt0UT- m 3s284.e Still under Deoler'l o guaran-.te and 2 blue 5-ft bvn 6-t al. alum- 2 406 oe ies0Stoe No.A .
e xcellent. 38 Many accessories,. cel w. Gee- .um venetian blind.,: r9cnd- fqr t186
b0dI1othet Oe owlbrtu D th Line. Cr tobol. do ar Cheerolet. lqoo.di tlo LA WANTED:-Old guns. good con-, n 1 T .
,. m .b..oklb:1 2-42599 i ) Call Balboa 2-3155. s ditior Or broken Box 1856 Bal- -
FOP SAL..EI:l".pr tio E fo Rlthe ated5a r; FOR SALE:--1947 Plymouth 4- oOSA, Pboea. Phone 2 6394i Pho pr "c tc t ar0C"
Sco e . S. sUIheV hVC J door, good condOitieon. House No. FOR SALE- Rodo transmitter T tr
e; |l E II.a t 5273oDiablo. Phone 2-3 124. Art. 13. 200 watts with 25 and 'F R SALE
Frbe CTa bp-It Siowrntoes esulply, A.r od t2l. ryor .a e..': a r...
ra ORILor M rny w/s/w tires, undercoat, excellent h FOR SALE- Ballerina Bridal "7, ..-torumo' Barrey lr s bs I 'y
condition. Owner leaving Isth- gown. Phone 2-4829 Panoma FOR SALE:-- 18-ft. outboard ca- I
etmus. C al Kobbe 6182 or Quar- G.E.i gerator, Phone 1276-L. bfn csus.er. fully equipped 22 .
tol,.A ador 82-5247f2Ds 5r
a Z t I ie Pe lll ".NEW YORK -- (UP) -H oy ters 118-A Rolon.oad._o_82-_24"_._BY NO'-' ,- Th h"
NO V E <- I1$2 F0R !i rir Vent i SALE --cet 1c5 -*lest. plyw od a
Sr. C u ea or her two children instead o FOR SALE -1953 Ford Custon- FOR SALE -BOXER PUPS, AKC FR SALE-New ST,-ft p
trading to them x 35e One owner. Raoo heater, re ittered. 5 mcnth. old. "LA
Serseal Phone 87-4170 o of course, tHOA. 5007 Juan Daz Road rude outborard maodlr and trailer ter people are geaer lly, onside r-
S anil re. They s like it ha way and near entrance ro Oldm P ama. All in excellent cor on. Can be .to be the most sentimental of
n B u) adults. Everyone under seven -has n-t. _____ at -D Davgs Street. Di- b mose whou, in om fashion r a
iure Inua c' ton .e fo theni nd I FOR SALE:--194 M orre Mainor R SALE Pianoremodeled ablo.-fC Z. conruhr, pr active the arta.
A aa he Mh Je 2-door sedan. Phone Albrok Jes sane French U oseiin r a aeightn gutar.r Si-r The oear-ma udlo n tradition of-
N .I A --ST DOllV t ons heSed an. sta -,rhua s o nee; green I A L A ve. Pe-NJohnson outboardV a
om.[ Halas, tw. out for 4) Sat, or Sun. 86-6179. vertone. w~ith e e "791.S Tav- FbR 'SALE'-Johnsonoutboard "the show must go Oa." of the
0tser tdF SeAwl land Ssreet, Balboa. Phone 2 te e 25-hp. c75 hours maximum use finall cut tain" for t hat

L 1.- | s r 38nt i glondr oeaeral saiirdant D and wab,,$2oter du w ould z r0le aLnd 0n -o e ore-d r oua s h d. p -
ftee PaN "w se.at e blm y acck tudor. good cond son. 83- i wie vndo are well appear ance, od of
LIt ,, ,3-5 stories than- t red.,, Miss 2219g Curundu. FOR SALE:--Rolleitlex 2.8c, Rol- FOR SALE: Outboord cruiser the certainty that "there's no
t 's I:0 to i:0o Batchelor q l, "'Ap4d sometimes leikin, Rolleinar Ic2. filters, 18', wtth or wthcDut motor. May business like show business" -
the children draw pictures them FOR SALE:-1950 a o s Sedan bhood case. Call Bolbo 407 t. be Teen at 55 3rd St.. New rs- pll of which have a very high
..... meve S h d btchnot s a bi r.tobal. Phone 3- 167. en mentality content- -arel an in.
Sa a rcIthn our owfl. House 0927 2 Ambao dor Road. -. . Sn Ca de ible pert ol tie theatre.
Replace.., .. .I es, .,,er weru Pl Some distance away froam th
S-" u ero e FOR SALE:-195 For e bust and bright lights of the
e-e -l al dCrewoejn.-ub hrd o eae Of course. it" won't last forever, hardtop Victoria. Has rhdho and theater ow o r'k eLA lo ,
l ,ue.. They' grow up. Children, are Fordomati. Only 000 mle '"ave been able to IdulgeIn a
M( '. d much more imaginative than Call Kobbe 626 for appoint- ieat spate of sentiment in, of all plaSe-s
kaca col PlgIspomi) tulsvery one under seven has laoment.o- Rivero es, a museum. Here nostalgia isi
a ddte lifee-Pr4. an a dbsoutely gorgeous iagie- FOt SALE:- 1951 Caul t- A d ofthoderner thean Fng r queen, since the exhibit
'"Pr .seamV-8.mreo b dut.freen7rs. r oemlio rs n f arerof one ofi the pleading anld-
o 0YOR K -ft('sy p.m. at 0-A (tdCo n .- ptrAe d f hna 2dies of American Ndrama--miss
.. Src- a ba a tchel ( tIP) Th e I tVern I orntieiaPcw re e of on of rree ld I a-
aaiosoof bd Street (Old Coral AMnab ou nce muf Sind a century behind SACRAMENTO .- (UP)-- Cal -Ltbeli Barrymore.
e.,es.. Joestern land reforms re en y an aUornia is considering construction At the museum of the city of
.. o the fofto a alo' te nounced caneation of cert rl man-made-river longer than New York, i refurbished old .o-
Alin lnf conditio..n. C ,hm "
Theiin .elike m ,entdea2nt oficalsrt rctIon gallon'- of water a year to Avenue, Marnhmattanites are able
i '.sure hi ~llisElaindgeosernment offi-ials-saidewater-hur.gry n 1 riculture ant in- to se-wve--hirough dom s ofa pio-
Ro Ir e rCmpensatL n would be paid to story caricatures ad old thea-
'4 t present 1 4 fond holdersr .r, proaetmc--that evocative sar-
TesdJagirnars because their Key to the vast J1,500,000,00,raly gaslT t eraof the American
Cnl s dJ S r8T 06'9. ri tsdid ne w involves title to the Froject, woISA be the .l- ah s t co-~ hae axer ol .th e.m asLt.ghoi n. tu y ..
411010100 l et o u o rris ulaSt reya aeuhonb dam ;n the world uagi Woven touta his dismolplay tofh a l
No. 1tland'asieutofromthcgrantsgoocs the oncdinic canyonion. 8of-erlaemz.aPqp arantce,"naind of
0 0p anaorde Ic them which otherwise Feather River five mies above such emorate tors, directors n
m rdBt chfilel or 4a a .._ tims-]e t dutld1ra s rsatofc e, avert h
tlSe h. ld'ol bare been paid to the Oroville. Chli 1hnd prueers as John Drew Inr 3
pe th tturn uttet t ier, d t g o c i i government. .Henry Irving Charles Frohm. a n,
ISt n nuyearold Vivien and es suh as or Mainbocean Nor wiLl the resent landowners The 710-foot high Oroville and Lione Barrymore. And
'nd Crnege be entitled to e claim for ie second higher n. the world. would I the titles of lays like "L'Aiglson,'
eaBut some of the outstanding to the and after repossession u..-fir a lake holding 3,500,000 are0 re "The Kingdom of God." and "'De-
c.. "a.. --- es l se:s leas ty can pr, rightfd e feet of water with a shoreline oso elin ssee." Mmse e with a l iwith t
; ;..e g. .et0. w-.t .as 67 miles, harnessing flood lowksuh r'les s Lady Teaze. Ma- .
Ave....,itwo 'tls fo vr hadpw i"ori. . .adt r'w w.,te nit to sea. d(ame Trento Camnille. Pphelia i '
iwhhheyu ..hehr Tumbling through a hydroelee-,d the tmmmme Others that Ethel MVIES Ethel BrrymoretIn the motion
No.ohs s, whiAhcmpent gandholdenlrs i6trie6 power plant, h controlle sarrymore played in the 50 or
I h'E.ensAdompenstThce tmedthes ta E
j9'ischil! artistic efotsas thiig whe rly stian Dior familie whoe-g .We-they I.ih wter would be tarried down the more dramas she appeared in on ed her picture to th museumm,
p-Schaa mte P un the mood they wEas still iey nuee tde.s says that rther ,'m of .evlivnoas SMde ramento River to its delta the New Yor saehrs stage.ao the -seu, stue wim car, ,
re an minutes at t nOt only has au-e trends, A Sind offa w desr e near the head f San. Francisco Miss Barrymore, who as decided that as an expresio
nteed Part .rwlg b en gives them but that some of themave been o as historic" si at bay. Ter the water would be umme oh s e r e d her 75th o gratitude and.hbmage, a ex- thoughas se Wiuld bab '
,Miss Batch about one-tenth of the tt.l o er Thn o 'Olnda b Wg In a full g bitioa r be arranged to record -nte first to d
.0o,-.A."uivbleelndi the tatodd "teSantaClaa V Joaquin dat a e l repre, gushed career. Rumors of the from time to time.
upb n nSanta Clara Valleys and 1,9en A extremely armtisPat publication of her autobiography
D lrf"o, " "' i w styes would be re- o assess enlutherniidenr Ctrliuornia down to the e muonl e ul d "oit e PC ached us s, that we areanged

ev.trlS -p "badt Mother Hs .otbwith., t .',~ er .. ea.... . ." iarl father was-.MauriceBarry- presentour tiut Msutn-N thatra to.lpresent our tribute simulten-
Sfalla rn tseaIUnder present plans, the water more a fin tie slecle "matinee eously with the publication of her i nt hem
u lay accils Man-tbt onon peasntcltivto bound for- southern alifortia idol, andd her Anet Jan Drew, a memories.' du nste d 'a t
Sotsoe f bodies Asociatiohuagricultu- redreebeigeae
... "" 1'"41'retr f a c o th4 ,it e swirling hr h re than res, actors of l d time. Her. a-treasire of theatrical lore. EnmPress,. s.u IR .2Oa,.i
a ro s.he pres ento124"la miles of tunnel to .cross th sandprents had come v ro ',.e the an re em gra ,, .ic d. hih withl-...
'.167 f calld l sales, Jg-,T be. .ue their Ker from southern parts ay to fo.s an. act.i ynas A mu- i -lat y eealt-el t d
. .c.tP. ta ove. Godwonh d. Kndght put th q riilorn r.ts.la-on tivle Butlemea ny'feel 'art reached s.lmt brother .rAe 1,eia

LO Tn oftO p . ....petlan reenu f"mWte r ea n eed o the- se' ca pr t'rvrte f leius ste.. .-o I pea k in 19b 1 e MID, pralfd k. an- als.
-,( )' --be p d thatt could become a ohtmas if So it was taken Dompletely few arn _n.
*Al32.i L.-r6n ,- e-
---.. -.i reyer l itea 'ls w e lo h e additional -.ADhi..r -.-.#.," t ,.,-,A6 1 # -1 Au- 1 1.... ...... .... .. .. ..-

am tidi at the junior usie- shr-ai7t 7and. watersupplize withfithle.nWt qeWt'iigdJohn-r-sti0ligie ga ac ..-s -,-
:T'earsa175 ley s 7ou grisataactress. m. .
CHOOL dress. The shirtb b a Historical records h Ja. years, by 1975 we may find our reers in the ther.' e p- io i
Jumpinga mdeny deiy For yee Use been in and out q fr ar granL werr l. people 20n 000,000. by then tme actors '-Ethel recalled .
S-he 5.0279 years, now sh sevi ividual for serve to gaged in a Mad hysterical scra -cw years ago, "not' because
.k PEORIA Mi) HfHol-spring lines esigaesa. former rulers. The s ble for every dropof water avail- wanted to go on the stage, bu
plywood prod are looking. for' vogue during- .the -e, abli. -eause it wan the thing we co
better adjec to describe their 4d fii a retained by V ido best.'
sork Fran ~har may-be "We're th et epeRt to encoua to Water and water alone is the Slim and attractive with a
able to help.- cotton. outand the M limiting factor in the continued b. voice for a girl of her yea
lico -s as..We S gve.nmentW~.grcwth of Calitornia. Without this IEthel was searce y 16 when
Th2 fir o dsrin s. 'eeve, out that Jai ts Water our economic system cooll h eerdgebut in 'That ml
09 Yt histl Later. the, took have cancelled to collse "ang... lq ra
Sc 'Do.tede nngdeous. at ineer A.D. tEdmion-
go, It some of S ll"O tt e d 'mil M+t" I
osomwes- .s 'or cwtrucetion program that r, 1895. 8 .yeaI n er 'l
we'tdam and Po i r
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2....0a The huge pr ,tJt 0mi.Ir a
ego efv completed by UTg r to d w
i.e ts 14,u stel paid.
he dcio ii M tg
-of- adicum &M Ca boomnd kMWPS
ebs te who MeAN about for soppi t streak to "take
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mU l, 4a e U M UI P Isalua w. u a u- ..
'T N.t by an, belog. to: e u. town....
w TUfS^ "x ... ,..ft.., Annt bibera' bride-
,--.i'..';l.A. ol 1l S:l. itr'iwdth Joanne
J a *b sin O 40 Lone Pie io's laufi,.
on aoc tfl i, Tony Curtis. --
Bot, ainst there'l o truth to the .Not in the. Script: Gig Young,
dompsi, te ,iM rumors.. rising long term contracts to'
.. free lance: "I like to be avail-I
.Jimgy (I Sgaw Mommy Kiisiag Able. Gu emf i t's the bahelor in
Sant- Cuaaur Body" "is making the Me."
switch. from singing to acting WrHE WITNET: Dorothy Shay
Plays his first straight role in :Aout the guests at a recent cock-
U-I's The Secord Greatest ,Sex" tail party: "They were a very
and layuhs: enlightened group-all were ex..
'TInm' gtag old-I'm 16--and my aremely well lit.'
'.0a is hang a Hitle. I'm still -
naisg .word but I'm concept. .Hollywood Kiddie Note: Shel-
rtila dramatics. .. .. .. ..ley Wintr's daughter Vittoria ask
.1imay'a last record was "I Saw her about an autographed photo of
Momma Dancing the M a mbol Ronald Colman nm their home,
With You Know Who." A better Shelley explained that she got hei
seller migh ave beian "I Saw big break with him in "A Double
you ow Who LUand Christian." I
INTELLEGENCE REPORT -o Next day, says Shelley, she
the rectat Jack Webb-Dor o th y found Vittoria patting the' picture
Ttaue spatL Neighbors were un- and saying, "Nice Ronnie, nice
aware trouble. Guess 'they ar- Ronaie.
gued. Dragnet style-in whispers.. .I ---
-- I Marilyn Monroe thinks she can d'
.Hollywood now bears that a Broadwpy play without legal
Jean Peters is in Florid building' lactionm from Fox. Sidney Kingsley,
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DALLAS. Ore --(UP) Mrs. MeCa1t's And Ritch's Phi met in the Curundu Chap.
R. T. Newton who was born 65 Leave For North Carolina I ter House with President polly
)ears ago in Coquille, Ore., lays Mr. and Mrs. C. s. McCain and Zon presiding. The annual Foun-
claim to being the youngest reat- IMr. and Mrs. W. L. Ritch re- der's Day Banquet was the topie
great. grandmother in the Unitedturned to their homes In Char- of the evening along with the
States. ilptte, N.C., after a week's vaca-nomination of the officers of the
oton on the Isthmus. The Me- sorority.
Mrs. Newton married- Udward C&in's and Riteh's were house Ann Maloney presented the
Lorip when she was 1i. the was. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pay- cultural program. entitled "Art"
a; mother. at 16, a randmotber at lick of Coco Soalto. from the handbook "iHappiness.'
32 Ipd a great.grandmnother at4 .- 'he meeting concluded wi l the
She became a great great-graod. closing- ritua1and the joining of1
mother last May. Sunday Night Social hands for the mespau.
he At JWB-USO Hostesses for tkaevenlnq were
Her offspring have maintained A Sunday Night Social has pledges Isabel Boltn and Edith
the tradition. The first born now been planned tonight, March 20, Balbirnie. Members present were
Mirs. Joyce MeAnally of Big Lake, at 8:00 p.m. a& the USO-JWB Elleen Adams, Edith Balbirile,
Tex., was mo rindat 15 and be-. Armed Forces Service Center. Shirley Barca, Ispbel Bolton, Elo-
came a gran-dmoth at Mrs. Informal dancita to new popu- ner Bor'is, Virginia Copello,
icAnallysa daughter. Mrs. Victor lar recorded must and games Gilma Cide, AnDa Malolney, Fern
Jalian of Inkster, Mich., became will be enjoyed. Military person- Morse, .Mary Robertson, 'Connie
n-igranmother when her daugh. nel and their families are cor- Thompson, Margaret Trask,
t!r, Mrs. Robert Gallaway of Long dially -invited to attend. Mary Elleen Wilson and Polly
Beach, Calif, gave birth to a son Zon.
last May. --: -
lat Beta Sigma Phi Minneso.tans ay
Nobinates Offileetto ,eS
wbo has a footlight idea for Miss Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma Cold Win ter Bet_ r
galy Hips, ard Marili are Cold Winter Better
av a most dhly More Invicofergoratiencesng
i e. York.. Spsqn_.HayMore Invigorating

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Japanese Trash Can

Partners Hold Duel;

Kitchen Knives Used
'TOKYO (UP),- Duelling f<
the sake of -honor is not' a moa
epoly of the West nor titled gei
Toku Mizuo, 35, and Tetatuji
Hiratal 28, don't look like the typ
vho live by the gentleman's cod
They are "bataya," or ragpic
ers. -
But they duelled for honor ju
a stone's throw from the peace
shrine to one of Japates heroe
the Emperor-Meiji.
Their weapons were kitch
knives, their armor, rags.
Mizuo. ana Hirata were on<
friends and partners. They m
while going through trash can
and took a liking to each. other
Mizou, who had a room, took Hi
ata in' as, order and parine
Their agreement, was that. eat
would. bring home the day's pic
wingss ans share and .share alike;
The bartnerli workedwell
six months. But lately Mizuo su
pec'ed his friend was holding oq
Hirata's contributions to the a
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vie execuuv sat there-has the p lg r MINNEAPOLIS -(UP)- Hardy
movie colony guessing at a ro- 1tARIlSI U f Minnesotans beset by cold, snow One day Mizuo followed his
mance *. S' r w wU. UW and the inconveniences of heavy partner. He claimed he discov-
S, AUTIN. Tex. (UP) There clothing till like their winters, red Hirata literally .eating the
will be an acute shortage of scien. a veals fish off the fish dumplingshe
.... ... ... Seven out of 10 persons qizzed I nicked up in a well-stocked trash
Director Mitchell Leisen, onthe the finally trained young men with by the Minneapoli Tr e ad ked u in a wellstoc trash
lack of film comedies: n a few years unless more high mitted thebyi the winter sea.
V ha prove that America tseek a t heinin u n son listing as reasons that the Bitter wordr followed and the
ats to laugh p end that ins to seek c NatiS c l sear h gnCoun.'- cold weather is invigorating and surs against each other's charac-
an.ts laugh an re.o co. ee chairman sa.ys. nore healthful. Otherssaid they ter were unacceptable to men of
llmyw of bin agan res cametedile co ittO liked t outdoor sports. honor.
filming of hi leave comedies eventt, nine per cent of thoseI They decided on a duel The
that made milons for the Indus- The chairman, Dr. H. Ettlin. I nine ent of thos The decided on a duel. The
try before the war." ger of the dertment of mathc polled said they thought winters time was jut. before midnight un-
y atifs of the U university of Texaswe becoming less severe. a der the lqnely Sendagaya bridge.
nL S o ic f tnI Unversity of:exas, Howt ,e -r. mare than hal 0ofi
ahead of the NRC's division lhose ollc1 admitted they pre- Mizuo who arrived first, primed
HOLLYWOOD AND GrapeVNE: Teas at schools, has een tourking pros "erred a mila winter to a severe himself with two cups of schochi,
is using hevr. onTexas high schools seeking pros- one.- I' potent obotleg potato alcohol.
Virginia Mayo is using her own'pective students. one"- .. ptent obot. g ptatw; amnts ."
vocal ipes on "I Can't Get Away"' Cit irat arrivpa two minutes later.
or "Pearl of the South Pacific." Ettlinger launched his "grass CiteS Profit W ellhn knivesbought forthe oc-
zWarner Broh always dubbed her roots" campaign after deciding cason or .c-
Ainglr. .... There's a chance that the shortage of such students W ith IS r t a o
Barbara (Mrs. North on TV )Brit- would be i in ways I .4i The spot wa deserted but the
ton's local play hit, "The Worn. Not only e'% Te spot was deserted but the
W R Hair. will reach scentfically tinedmen for in CHIAGAO (UP).Cities are ells of the contestants drew hor-
Bioadway in the fall. dustry and mUtita,,. eeds ie fi 'aking handle p iofits out, f rifled watchers who called police.
--- said, but mre wilf it be enodgli & ing the: idle funds in U. 4.
of them to provide teachers for .lnt securltes. .
Exclusively Yours: Is Jennifer following groups of students. uniciral Finance Officers ln
Jones replacing Elizabeth Tay- I 1 n reports that Dallas
lor as the feminine star in the film Ettlinger recently attended an Tex., netted 451,000 on its ternm-
version of "Giant?" A few days international mathematics confer- porary inv-'stments in 1953 and' ,1._Ii t
alter she returned from Hong Kong ence in the Netherlands and said 419,000 in 1954. .
location scenes for "A Many. he learned that shortage was nol Interest .ollected on surplus
Splendored Thing" she secretly eculiar to the United States. Al- cash invested by Fort Worth. Tex.,
f.ew to Texas under an assumed most all nations, he said, have in 91-day twlasury bills for the.
3ame, to confer with high brass found shortage of biehly trained fiscal year ended last Sept. 30
there on a film role that sounds young men now that the atomic' :ttaled a nea: $104.808. I
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SWeight In Route Race

Jose Mainleri's classy' English-bred bay horse
Blakemere is scheduled to battle it out with the Eng-
Bih*bred bay star of the Stud Rio Grande, King's
Prize, in today's featured $1000 one mile and one-
eighth gallop for Classes "A" and "B."
iast Sunday these two horses The Claw turned into ths
staged a thriller in which Blake- homestretch one length in front
mr e scored by a full length but and increased his margin to two
1 ground to the Prize at the full lengths by the time he hit
iaish. Blakemere carried only the wire. Postinovich, which
l1 'pounds as compared to went off the mutuels favorite
KlAgs Prize's 120. This time they over Lion's Claw with Fol a
are both scored to tote 118. heavily backed third choice, fin
The even weights plus the ad- shed strongly to beat Fol by an-
ded furlong are definitely in other two lengths for the place.
Kif's Prize's favor. Howeocr, a Begonia, Lexden and Cames
manorlty of the tipsters are still wound up heads apart another
stjehing by the Malnierl color- two lengths further back. None
bearer. King's Prize has repeat- of then ever threatened the
ed, scored at longer Fis 'ances three leaders.
than today's while it will beClaw returned $5.40.
laemere's first try at this $2.20 and $2.20. Upset winners
ute hav the were Another Fulmar $27.80.
7 King's Prize will also have t Sherry Time $14.0 and Valaria
ekde In jockeyship. Jose "Pirco" Sherry Time $14.60 and Valaria
rivo will guide the Stud W!c $10.60. Aguirre was the leading
p rvnde ace while Virgillo Casti- jockey with three winners. He
owill handle Blakemere's reins, also guided Royal Claim and
leaufflzado, Amorio, Goyon- Royal Signal to victory.
er-and Persian Countess Lo.nd
"the six-horse field. Of this The dividends:
,tlup, Goyonder and Vulcanliza-
oare rated slim longshot possi- FIRST RACE
bllfties. Amorlo' ,has been per l1-Royal Claim $4.20, 2.40, 2.40
Jorming worse than ever before 2-Lot O'Trouble $2.60, 2.60
nnefmlan Countess is considered 3-Copadora $3.00.
owlassed against such select SECOND RACE
cotsetltion. ..
en other well matched an The BOuche $7.60, 4.80, 2.20
Int resting races ,complete .the -Bar One $2.60. 2.20
.e Cuaira Mexicos Lion's 3-Tempestad $2.20.,
Claw yesterday raced to 'an im- First. Double: $17.20.
msilve two-length victory n THIRD RACE
",featured $8650 one mile run I DACE
onClass C Imported thorough-' 1-Sherry Time $14.60, 12.20, 2.80
_. u, i .... -h-scar l2-Cholly $4.80, 2.40
,1as Aguirre, giving the Oscar -Julie $2 .20.
O aido colorbearer a conf One-Two: $172.60.
I ide, allowed Fol to take -
lead momentarily down the1 FOURTH. RACE
.isustretch before giving the 'IRegia $5.00, 3.40, 2.80
otear-old chestnut son of 2-Vo ador $4.00, 3.60
op the Lyon-Wlndhall hi 3-Sierra Velluda $7.00.
two furlongs out. Quinel: $14.80.

1-Valaria $10.60, 3.60
2-Tampol $2.40.
1-A. Fulmar $27.80, 6.80.
2-Marianina $4.00, 3.00
3-Pincel $18.20.

AAY 60c. .-- 37g.
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1-tRoyal Signal $5.20, 3.00, 2.20
2-0G nde Dame II .$20, 2.20
3-L. "lub $2.20. '
Se'.i.ad Double: $74.80.
1-GOuayaqull $9.40, 5.20, 2.20
2-Majestic $5.40, 5.20, 2.20
3-Lifeboat $2.20.
Qeinela: $11.80.

1-Sally Spruce $3.20, 2.40, 2.20
I12-Welsh Fox $3.40, 2.20
3-Royal Emblem $2.20.
One-Two: $12.80.
l $5.40, 2.20 2.20
S2-Posttovich $2.20, 2.20
EN CAN TO 3S-Fol $2.20.
rXt AY 35c. t 20. ELEVENTOP RACE
M. IN 1-Coral $3.00, 2.20
inemcScope 2-Black G $5.
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da this afternoon at La Macarena bullring against four pure-bred Mexican bulls that arrived
from Mexico Friday. The bulls dre from a fierce breed and are expected to give both bull-
fighters a chance to put on their beA performance. Tickets are on sale at the bullring's box

Iuan Franco GC-dr d Entr IlC Chess Chamo
P.P. .Horse Jockey Wt. COMMENT ODDS s Second Match

1st Race "D" Native 6q Fgs.Purse: $300.00 Pool closes: 12:45
First Race of the Double

2-0. Pick
5-Rina Roi
6-Dalida. P

L. Giral. 115 -Depends on early pace
*M. Ycaza 100x-Rates fair chance
F. Hidal. 111 -Distance in favor
A. Gonza. 101x-Ran well last time
F. Rose 112 -Showed nothing in last
R. Vas. 115 -Back In best form

Of 5-Game Series
* Canal Zone Chess champion
Omer Weeks took the lead last
night in the second of a series
of live chess matches by defeat-
ing Panama champion John
Weeks in 55 moves at the Cris-
tobal YMCA.
Weeks played first and kept
Eva.s off defensively for 30
moves before weeks' knight cap-
tured a pawn and dared Evans
to recapture. The same knight
captured a rook In two moves.
Evans extricated himself with
some well-timed pawn moves
and was on even terms at his
44th move. But when he tried
for a pawn advantage, Weeks
was able to queen a pawn with-
out interference. Evans then re-
They will return to Balboa
YMCA next Friday night, where
they drew the first match. The
game started at 7:45 and ended
at midnight.

Ft. Kobbe Athletes

Score 9 Vkitorloes

In Balboa Trouts

20-1 .
2-1 Fort Kobbe athletes took nine
2 1 firsts in the USARCARIB (Pan-
4-1 Balboa Stadium Thursday night.
5-1 Cpl. Aubrey Hake captured the
3-1 top spot in the broad jump and
shared the pole vault title with
teammate Jim Holmes Pfc. Lance
Melson took both hurdle events.
2:55 For Fort Clayton, Sgt. Bob
Brown won both dash events.
10-1 Performances In the tryouts
8-1 will help selection of the Army
2-1 team which will participate in
Even the sixth annual Balboa Relays
4-1 April 1.

Here are Thursday's winners:
Shot put: Pfc. George Patter-
son. Kobbe, 45'2%". Broad Jump:
CpT. Aubrey Hake, Kobbe, 20'5-
Y". Pole vault: Hake and Pvt.
Jim Holmes, Kobbe. tied, 9'8".
Mile: Pvt. Bruce Brown, Clay-
ton, 5:06. Discuss: Pfc. Chuck
Baker, Kobbe, 134'. High Junip:
Pvt. Jose Collazo. Kobbe, 5'10".
440: Cpl. Andy Curtis, Kobbe
55.5. 120-yard high hurdles: Pfc.
Lance Melson, Kobe, 17.1. -100-
yard dash: Sgt. Bob- Brown,
Clayton, 10.5. 880: Cpl. Andy
Whittmann, Kobbe, 2:24.5. 280-
yard dash: Sgt. Bob Brown,
ayton, 24.1. 180-yard low hut-
dles: Pfc. Lance Melson, Kobbe,

At Lakeland, Fla.
Boston 100 09000-8 8 1
Detroit 000201100-4 8 0
Nixon, 8usce (5), Flowers (7)
and Buck; Herbert.' Black (5).
Marlowe (8) and House, Wilson
(6). WP-Susce. LP-Black.

At St. Petersburg, Fla.
Pittsburgh 001 000 021-4 11 0
St. Louis 000 000 000-0 5 1
Bowman, Sawyer (8) and
Mangai; Haddin. Jacobs (4').
Fasholz (7), Moford (9) and
Sarni. WP--Bowman. LP-Had-

At Tampa, Fla.
Phila. 520000000-7 12 0
Chicago (A) 100 001000-2 5 2:
Meyer, Kipper (6).and Lopata,
Niarhos (7); Dorlsh, Fornieles
(3), Swift (8) and Wilber, Bnt-
tev (6). WP-Meyer. LP-Dorlsh.
HR-Ennis, Carrasquel, Hamner,

At Orlando, Fla.
Ken. City 100302412-13 18 1
Wash 014 400 001-10 14 4
reccarelil, Trice (4), R. Shantz
(9) and W. Shantz: Schmitz,
Stobbs (6). Groves (9) and Fitz
Gerald. WP-Trice. LP-Stobbs.
HR--Sievers 2, Wilson 2, Renna.

24 Years in National League
Written, for NEA Service
QUESTION: What is the exact
status of an official scorer and
I-ow does he get the job?-Bill
Answer: He is a baseball writ-
er appointed by the league office.
His decision on base hits, errors
and winning pitchers is final. In
major league cities, the job ro-
tates among several home town
writers, t
Q. When a ball is thrown into
the stands does the runner auto-
matically get two bases?-George
A. You can't, in some cases.
Say there's a runner on first and
the batter hits a fly. It looks as
it it will be caught, so the runner
hrom first holds up between first
and second. The batter rounds
first and stays behind the front
man. Fielder drops the ball, then'
throws wilU into the stands. The
front runner goes to third and the
Batter to second
Written far NSA Service
QUES'TION. 6rtlgh-*hind batter
Iunts a highpitch, hoping to drop
it along third base line., le starts
move for fi'.t base' in sae mo-
tion, and the peak of his cap tips
the ball as he does so. Is this a
foul?-Ed Arndt.
Answer: Yes.
Q. When Joe DiMIagio set the
consecutive game hitting mark of
56 in 1941 whose record did he
break?-Bli- Arnold.
A. Wee Willie Keeler, who had
a 47-game streak in 1897.
Q. How large does the strike
zone measure?-George Koubek.
A. With a batter of normal
height, the pitcher has an area
of five square feet in which to
put his delivery.



2nd Race "I" Imported 6 Fgs. Purse: $375.00 Pool closes: 1:15
Second Race of the Double

5-T. Collins
7- (Gaucha

J. Bravo 113 -Not much to beat
R. Gomez 107 -Shadow of former self
J. Jime. !03x-Dangerous contender
V. Casti. 114 -Nothing in weeks
A. Vas. 115 -Has strong finish
F. Rose 117 -Distance handicaps
G. San. 111 -No. 1 contender


3rd Race "G" Native 41 Fes. Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 1:45

1-Don Jaime
3-Don Wende
7-Little Blue
8- (Bull Flea
9-(Jai Alai

J. Avila 118 -Rounding into shape
B. Moreno 118 -Dangerous among these
A. Ycaza 113 -Form Indicates
Mena R. 110x-Not good enough
F. Rose 110 -Good early speed
J. Reyes 112 -Nothing recently
F. San. 107x--Returns from layoff
B. Agul. 110 -Dangerous contender
A. Goza. 115x -Nothing to recommend
R. Vas, 115 -Etcluded frcm betting

4th Race "Special" Native 4% Fg. Purse: $275.00 Pool closes:

1-Historia A. Gonza. 96x-Nothing to indicate
2-D. Barbara R. Vas. 110 -Has good workouts
3-Lady Dancer F. Rose 110 -Likes runnerup spot
4-Avivato J. Reyes 118 -Hard to beat here
5-Sinceridad F. Hidal. 118 -Depends on mood
6-J. de La Cruz A. Ycaza 108 -Good early speed
7-Que Lindo M. Hurley 122 -Fastest at getaway
8-Sin Igual J. Avila 118 -Good early foot

5th Race "B&C" Native 6% Fgs.Purse: $350.00 Pool closes:

1-La Enea
4-G. Bound
6-Petite" '

R. Guerra 11x-Poor recent races
C. Iglesias 110 -Distance handicaps
F. Godoy 102x-Dangerous contender
M. Ycaza 107x--Form indicates
A. Gonza. 97x-Good early speed
F. Rose` 124 -Hard to beat here

8th Race 'H" Imported 1 Mile Purse: $400.00 Pool closes: 3:35
First Race of the Double
1-Turf Lodge C. Iglesias 105 -Longshot specialist 10-1
2-Pinino A. Vas. 110 -Jockey should help 3-1
3-Verticordla A. Ycaza 110 -Would pay nice odds 8-1
4-My Dear V. Casti. 115 -Distance to liking 2-1
5-Golden Tap H. Rutz 108 -Poor recent efforts 10-1
6-Courtly P. A. Gonza. 102x-Nothing to indicate 15-1
7-C. Prince J. Phillips 110 -Fractious at times 4-1
8-Remero R. Vas. 115 -Should score oft last Even

7th Race "E" Imported 7 Fgs. Purse: $550.00 Pool closes: 4:05
Second Race of the Double
1-Proud Pearl J. Bravo 115 -Back in best form 2-1
2-Dark Sunset A. Vas. 118 -Rates good chance here 3-1
3-Fatrlyable C. Iglesias 106 -Longshot possibility 5-1
4-Vedette F. Hidal. 113 -Racing to top form 3-2
5-Gay Spot M. Ycaza 112x-Could score again 2-1
6-Joe's F. J. Gogo. 100 -Quits tinder pressure 3-1

8th Race "F" Imported 1 MilePurse: $500.00 Pool closes: 4:40
1-Neuacliffe B. Agul. 115 "-Ran well last week 3-1
2- atruh;* F. Rose 1I8 -Racing to best term 5-1
3-Fan R. Vas. -11 -Back in wning form 2-1
4-M. Rouge J.,Bravo -1 -Improving steadily 3-1
5-Don Ot.o 1-al. 115 -Dsmne gives age 3-2
--Cpro ..,;, ores 13 -I rving sloM 5-1
7-12'rar.- ,,JA;Valdi. 115 -Noihrt to recommend 10-1

9th Race o"" Importi d 8% Fg& Pu : $600.00 Pool closes: 5:15
1-Chlspe"ate J.AYila 118 -Distance suits style 2-1
2-Klosm A. yAs. 112 -Back tn top form 3-1
U," ih-ater ..3l15 -Hard to beat here 3-2
Mason MO 105 -Not Off recent ones 30-1
* -radon L. G Ial. 118 -Dangerous contender 2-1
8--t Chum M. Ya 110x-Racing to best form 2-1
7-Cor ant P. Hlda. 105 -Prefers muddy goirg 10-1

1th Race 'A&B' Speelal 1-1/8 M.Purse: $1,000.00 Pool closes: 5:40

3-Kings Prize
6-P. Countess

uhI Race W

1-0. Glass
3-White Fleet

. J. Jlme. 103x-Longshot possibility 15-1
K. Flores 112 --Seems completely off form 25-1
J. Bravo 118 -Will fight it out Even
M. Ycaza 103x-Could score in upset 8-1
V. Catl. 118 -Oets real test here Even
'. Ruis 105 -Light weight could help 15-1

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ARMED FORCES LITLE Kobe'S th hblt"f4 &e-
LEAGUE man and m utt. -
Curundu-wa out it, eight'to A. '/ .V "
four, but a ghastly total of 16 ATLANIC. L.t .AGt
errors by Caribbean Command 5 ', .*
produced a lop-sided, 16-4 ver- The bela pit0blp d"% ,.
dict. Ray Amato was the win- season was prossh atr
ning hurler again for Curundu. Solo Thu ad thb 7ae .ot
Pitcher Dick Paret contributed a tas and BJrasM wer ohed .1;1W
perfect day at bat for the losers In an eight inninR scoreless ton
with two doubles and a single test.
in addition tO striking out eight Brian Lute pitched a no-hit,
would-be hitters, no-run game over the first six
STANDINGS innings. During this stint 14
1 W L Pet. GB Mottas were sent down via'the
Curundu 8 1 .889 strikeout route. It was a beauti-
N. West Bank 7 1 .876 % ful performance,' but to no avail
Ft. Clayton 6 3 .W67 2 as the Braves were also held in
Ft. Kobbe 4 5 A44 4 check by Robin Morland of tht
Albrook 1 8 .111 7 MOttas.
Carib. Command 1 9 .100 For Robble it was his best tf-
fort-of the year as he held the
COMING GAMES hard-hitting Brave; to four
Monday scattered s ngfta and struck, ut.
Navy West Bank at Albrook AFB ten. Both pitchers had to be re-
Fort Clayton at Fort Kobbe. lieved inthe seventh-and for wo
'Thursday innings, the relief hurlers, Don-
Curundu at Navy West Bank. ahue for Mottasand Prospect of
..tm Coco Solo, continued the order
The threestop teamsall addedof the day--no runs for- sale.
important'tictories In Tirsdy's 1e two teams, Mttas in the
Armed Forces Little League con- seveth and the BraH'= In the
tests. Curundu .smothered tall- eighth had threats but,
end Caribbbean Command, 16-4. heads up fleldin gkptthe score-
to protect its half-game lead board clean.
over Navy West Bank which Little Mtta A B R-IV
handed Fort Kobbe a 7-2 set- ..6btkb ,... 4 .0 .
back. p onahisb......... J 40 1
Fort Clay tni pli e, 0 0
W-0 triuch C .i c redook .A :. .
which Bbr Speir two-hite ..... ..
Flyers. TP ewin Jumped te l yrd c e ....... 2 .
place Clayton two lengths ae Ip b .........W S ~
of Kobbe. "u' m ,. ."**
o eMannln, rt .,......, 3 0 0
It looks likehe second half tl- 'otals '
tie will be deeided Thinaday C66n0 i'rev
when Curundu visits West Bank t L -lb. ....... 3
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Speir w.l ".d s ee batters nd Next We-Ik's times:
walked five. Jim Tackntt drop- Monday PFolks vain v-rCoeo
ped the decision, relinquishing Solo. l
four hits and two walks while Tuesday M of a Lit-
fanning five. tie Mottas -oL *
* Allen Scott's long homer orer-. Wednexda. cowa Cola vs ;C:o
the left-center field fene wa 0Solito (at Coo Solo)
the highlight of Navy8's sueess Thursday Police Pals v8 l uttl
over Kobbe. The little eUlorszMotta3
socked starter Dave Bean and Friday coca Colta ws Coco SO-
loser Jimmy Tpmlin for sevello0 (at Coco Solo)
safetes. Billy Trotter banged a fStirday M. Of Omaha vS Co.;
double and single for two of co Solito..
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as second-liners Mickey GWaaso' enter, and Ray Katt, right, watch.

Long-Awaiteid Duel

Between Tom Gola,

Bill Russell Tonight

KANSAS CITY, tMo., March 19
S(UP) Tomn'Golaa ill Rus-
sell, wo of the finest players in
coll eg basketball history, clash
in a long-awaited individual duel
tonight when LaSalle defends its
NCAA title against San Francis-
0ola scored 23 points -last
night to power LaSalle to a 77-
73 triumph over Iowa's Big Ten
champions in the eastern region-
al final, Theft RUssell scored 24
to lead San Fraencnco to a 86-50
victory over Coorado 's Big Seven
TONY AR *tNTER champins in thd Western re-
glona- final before 1,0to0 fans.
always pleases the rowd andIf oti 4 rs gave brilliant shoot-
his oo nent iel s to stand up forsthn one w asmo W up
h it out. brown d can uho in' I
jo o BROWN that hold his .own too. Arten- general is
teros is expected to bring ut:the college player in t.' oimtry,
Tony, has looked good in his best in Brown. gde eight of 15 field goals for
wdtkouta4 and is expected to be The tnmifhat oeauld turn out aW .533 percentage. But the 6-10
at his hOt tot' this important en- to be the "fight-of-the-nlght.' Russell, the hub of San Francis-
ga mentm The Cuban's greater Improv6d Chocolaite n takes co's brilliant defense, was even
hiht longer e"el04i41i Weight on hard-hitting Lupe Pancho more deadly. He sank 10 field
advatage could bd the deciding In a ms-round 128 pound con- goals on 14 shots for a .714 mark.
factor in tonight's battle; test. Pancho should win by a Last night's results left t0e
*Joltin' Joe has trained hard for knockout If he lands his Sun- NCAA without a real conference
tht ,bot and, hopes, to. turn in .day punch. representative in its final. San
a,, cintllating petformanne s However, itLf'Checo;' repeats Francisco, voted the nation's No.
his farewelktOhis leq on of -local his performance/of last Sunday 1 team by the United Press board
admirers. ~wnl will idepartt'for against Manuel Prescott, he will of coaches, is a West Coast in-
the U.S.-thiu weak to ftUllfll con- ibe a difficult target to hit while dependent. LaSalle of Philadel-
tracts for several matches, landing telling punches of his pma i representing the Middle-
D Wirw's deportment withili the own. Atlantic Conference, a sprawling
roped square has endeared him Claudio Martinez, a sensational Easterft' group which has no for-
tq local boing tans who also amateur bantamweight makes mii league hedule.
havedila t h 1q see his pN' debut W' tackling' Kid
hiitgh in my tnig oit tlh define II in the 118-pound four- -
largo numbers for all his fights. round preliminary.
Jolth Je speedy bob-and- General admission only $1.00
weave darting in-and-out style (One dollar).,.

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Mtate announced Jim Corbett as
its new athletic director for a five-
epr term, the personable ex-pub.
cit had de edthe Job...and
Cely relented wew the Bayou
boys met five demands he pres-
ented... "Notng to do for the
'eat y tor years," grins Jim,
S ouP vtbU bedule's fin.
16ed troughh l91. ..LSUgrid
oath Paul Dl etae was called by
M Gllma "the finest college
carter I eere coached" when he
Btty;: for the LA Ram bogs at
een you'n'me, major league
owners grumble that th eMarch 1
to start spring training
e'' glivel"the players enouRh
tUe to get in shape for the eyhi'
l gamts .. so who said they
ed to start Ibooking games 10
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The Fort Amador 1 GUlf Club
1955 Championship Handicap
Tournament will be limited to
male club members, entitled to
privileges of the Fort Amador
Golf Club.
The tournament schedule will
March 21-March 27.-Quallfy-
ing, 18 holes.
March 28-April 3.-1st Round,
All Plights.
April 4-April 10-2nd Round,
All Flights.
April 11-April 17.-3rd Round,
All Flights.
A ri 18-April 24-4th Round,
All Flights.
April 30 (A.M.)-Club Cham-
pion QUarter-Final Matches.
April 30 (P.M.)-Club cham-
pion Semi-Final Matches.
May 1-Club Champion Finals
All play during 18 holes quali-
fying will be medal with full
handicap allowance up to and
inclUding 24.
All play in flights will be
match play with 3/4 handicap al-

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My big break came when I
was able to get into organized
Scout Eddie Montague gave me
an early assist when he came to
Birmingham to look at a big first
baseman named Alonzo P e r r y
and liked me. But it was Leo Du-
ilocher's encouragement when I
first came up to the Giants in
1951 that enaled me to stick.
I didn't know whether I could
lit big league pitching and sus-
pected I couldn't when I went
i2 for 0. Boy, was I low. I even
cried in frontt of my locker after
ore game.
It was then that Leo Durocher
patted me #,n the back and put
bis arms around me.
"I brought you up here to play
center field." the skipper assured
mne, "and you're going to play
center field if you never get, a
base hit. You catch the ball. We'll
do the hitting."
The next oay' I hit a Warren
Spahn pitch out of the park, then
went 12 for 0 again. But Leo
.tuck with. me for which I always
will be grateful and give him and
the Giants' my best.

be played durng th'peridd 231
27 March Ual Ie.
Until a member has played his
one round, No Practice wi'l be
allowed on the course excep:.
such practice area as designated
by the Club By-laws. This is
meant to include practice on 1
or more holes of the course.
Penalty is disqalification .
A qualifying round must be
started and completed on the
same day. Penalty-disqualifica-
tion. The only exceptions will be:
If the course is declared un-
playable by Sfc. Goodman and
It is impossible to complete the
round. In this event the entire
round will be re-played, on a day
when the course is declared play-
If a member is called away due
to an emergency, illness, or ur-
gent business. In this event the
entire round will be re-played at
the members convenience but
during qualification dates.
Play for qualification rpund
will be in twosomes, threesomes
o rfoursomes, however, all mem-
bers of the group need not be
qualifying for the tournament.

Each participant will -be res- KENNEWICK, Wash. (UP)-
ponsible for posting the results James Johnston of Kennewick
of the qualifying round on the claims he and his brother, Frank,
tournament sheet and for plac- of Woodstock Conn., are the old-
Atrig his score card in the Tourna- esat. twins in the nation. Johnston
ment Box. Score cards must con- said they wero, 90 years old on Jan.
tain the natne of'he quallifyer, 22. They were born in Broughton,
the scorer, and the attestor. ranada, about the time President
The final decision on infrac- Lincoln was making his Gettys.
tions or questions of rules will burg address They parted in the
be made by Robert Lombrola and 1890's when James came west.
the tournament chairman. They last saw each other in 1913.

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Pairings and starting times will
be as follows:
8:00 a.m. Sat 'day, April 30.-
Winner .4th f $h vs. Winner
Ith Plight.
8:10 a.m. Saturday, April 30. -
Winner 3rd. Flight vs. Winner
'th Flight.
8:20 a.m. Saturday, Apirfs30.-
Winner 2nd Fl vs. er
B FMght._ n
8.0 aai' aturiey, A4ri 30.-
W r 7Flit v$ .Winner 5th
S:' P.m. Satuzda. Aprlt O.-
,Wlmer 4th orh Ptnht va Win-
ner 2nd or Oth Flight.
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Winner.- Cd or 'It .. light vs.
Winner 1st or 5th Plight.
1:30 p.m. Sunday May 1.-
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please bring your last service bill to Farmacia Betania where .the eshier will be pleaNd to
accommodate you. All accounts must be paid in full because there are no facilities for accepting
partial payment.
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BEA isn't tely that Cha Me
any Mineloes as to the caliber ot material w)
new Washington manager. The elab bhad d
balI to fltih. a tureArd sixth the year t .I5
going to have VrV 9ttie to work with.
Sti, D tmust hae been somewhat habODeM
Orftv~te. tandU~attmce five: feet, five I oae.v
hi ani.tn dida tfor rih fl. i vd11"
the~h~lbiitie IN w l"A irgto be thattittle.
But once Dresmti "vs able to convince himself. th-att
wasn't Bill Veeck's midget, playing a return engagement I
different uniform, his sver-lining philosophy asserted itself
he cohmented- .I
he "You know, the little tgy might help at that. He
give a pitcher much of a target, so he'd figure to walk a
gaues lie'es atmt the' smalest player in the league, Inat b*"
Well hdk'san-inek'shorter than Phil Risuto and the reou
makh the' Yankee veteran peewee champ among holdeverr n
U lad , '- --1 '. .. 7 ', ..,
Oravet spent the last two years In the Army. In 1I1,
was a .30 hitter with Chattanooga. A ballplayer has t.'
awfully bad not to be able tO stick with Washington, so the
pint might make it at that.
Effervescent by nature, Dressen is so delighted to be b1
in, the big leagues, he is disinclined to come to grips with x
ality. He still seem tb think that by some miracle he'll 2fal
n, the first division. It would be the first time for Washlnit

This is ohe of those hopeless baseball operations whelm.t
shamelessly admitted in advance that the club hasn't the
est chance to win the pennant. The purpose of the
is not so Mnuch to provide first-class baseball for the
as to provide creature comforts for the Griffith fat -
Sure, they go throUgh the motions of trying to iml
and enough changes in personnel are made from year to
to give the reporters' something to write about and to keep
fans' interest from vanishing altogether, but eight Iso-M1
second-division finishes tell: the dreary story.
i With such scattered exceptions as Pete Runnels and
Yost, practically all the Washington players who might boV
scribed as regular' wert expendables acquired la trade ,
other clubs, notably the Yanks and Boston Red Sex. .
The, mdst in ix6nr*b way to get a contract player
baseball's grab bag wh/hih is known as the draft. The
patronize this coolle marked with great industry.
As a matter of Mect, their most interesting newcomer, .I
Kline, with whom Dressen Is experimenting at short, camse .
of the draft. He wat a .319 hitter with Birmingham last y
though he was on the. Toronto roster when the Senators ba"
"The Yanks wie' trying to hide him," explained Drgsh
The fact that khine had once belonged to the Yanks
immensely reassuring to Dressen and you could almost hear
reasoning: The guy must have shown something, or ese l I
Yanks wouldn't even have looked at him.
A big league manager's life is not as stable -a, say, tha
a justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. In 196 e
gave the St: IDouis Cardinals their first pe
ory. But before the. winter was ove .. 1'
the Oilants for'rAhFkie'Prisch.
One of the great all-tilme manaj w.
the elder Wrigley, founder of the ehewia ms
him in midsummer the very next year. And hdw
Harris' experiences with the Yanks? After winauing
in 1947, he Just did fall the following year. Scrarm bum
Bizarre circumstances marked the departure of
Brooklyn at the end of the 1953 cam
the first l'atbuih tM mind to
to back when, as you'll no doubt recall, 1hLi
Whatever the content;, the freotT tfice
Charlie spent last. season back in the bu
"All he wanted was a two-year contract,' h
to the letter. "Now we, got it."
In Washington? That's no contact ThfV lu
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FISHY BUT SLEEK-The revolutionary Lincoln Futura backs down (he ramp from a moving
van on its arrival at Teterboro, N. J. Designers of the experimental auto, which is powered by a
330-horsepower V-8 engine, got their inspiration from the streamlined appearance of ocean fish. The
shark fin rear fenders contain air scoops to cool rear brakes and provide fresh air for the air condi-
tioning system. The circular antenna on the rear deck picks up the sound of auto horns and canies
it Inside.

SHOO-SHOO. CHOO-CHOO-A shotgun and her two Afghan hounds help Lenena Davis keep
workers off her property in Lyons, Ill. The Chicago Sanitary District wants to build a railroad
spur on the property, but the embattled householdei says her lease does not expire until Decem-
ber. 1957.

KETTLE ON THE SHELF-When you see Marjorie Main
and Percy Kilbride in their new picture "'M and Pa Kettle at
Waikiki," you may be seeing the last stan atof the Kettle paa.
Pa Kilbride wants out. Says he's tired of the role and this will be.
his last shot at it. Ma Marjorie isn't tired. She'd Just as soon go
on and on, but Percy says his mind's made up.

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SHARK ON WHEELS-Shark-like front of the new Lincoln
Yutura is in keeping with the rest of the car. which designers say
was inspired by the streamlined appearance of ocean fish. 'Hooded
headlamps are patterned after the mako shark. Fierce, sfh-like
appearance of the experimental auto does not exaggerate the
atunr's power, provided by a 330-horsepower V.4 engine. CMr
was shown in Teterbori, N. J.

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Pictures by Paul Richmond
The opening performance Is
scheduled for the MrgbiSrla
Theater, March 24. curtain up
at 8 p.m. sharp.
Every year BPOE 1542's
Minstrel gets bigger and bet-
ter and this year produced and
directed by Mrs. Etta Cheek
is the' best.
Fbr you Isthmians who have
seen the Minstrel before you
know what is in store for you.
For the newcomers here is a.
brief resume of what to ex-
From the time the curtain
opens with the rousing chorus
until the grand finale you will
hear songs, jokes, see dances
and cut-ups that will keep you
laughing long after you have
left the theater.
The circle is made up fQ your
favorite end-men Wally
"Rastus" Russon, Jack 'Moans'
Lowe, Tom "Fishmouth" Bur-
bine. Charley "Samboa" Louis,
Alyah "Tambo" Bartram and
Tex "Bones" Cheek.
This year the straight man,
is none other than our singing
star of last year's performance
Hobby "The Voice" Robinson
as Interlocutor.
The background for all this
hilarity is furnished by 35 guys
and gals making up a typical
minstrel chorus.
Between acts the olio with
Mr. George Tully as "MC"
will take over and give cut with
more topnotch entertainments.
Everybody remembers "Tul-
ly" he was the man in the
white suit (Mr. Interlocutor)
who stopped being straight
man at the closing perfor-
mance last year and brought

Ike's Administration Said

Weakening Education Office

WASHINGTON, March 19 (UP) 000,000 of the total, covering
-A congressional committee ac- public aid fund to the states,
caused the Eisenhower adminis- was "uncontrollable."
tration yesterday of weakening Despite its overall cut, the
the U.S. Office of Education and committee voted money to launch
of creating waste" and "confu- a new program of research on
sion" by scattering the Civil De- mentally retarded children. It
fense program. called this a "great and growing,
The Democratic controlled Iproblem," and estimated to &
House Appropriations Committee million youngsters are affected;
made the charges in taking its The administration had not
second bite out of President Eis- called for such a program.
enhower's budget. The committee also gave the
It chopped $94,626,600, or a- Food and Drug Administration
bout 3.8 per cent, from his re- extra money it sought to crack
quest for the Labor and Welfare down on a spreading wave of
Departments and related agen- phony uranium "cures" apd oth-
cles for the new fiscal year er "quack nostroms" that some-
starting July 1. times kill Instead of cure.
The total amount voted was It was the second sash In the
$2,337,522,261. Democrats said the new OOP budget. The commit-
cut amounted to about 10 per tee previously pared 2.3 per cent
cent. They argued that $1,400,- from Treasury and Post Office
Department funds for the next
fiscal year. The House sustained
that action.
SenallOrs Agree The committee accused the
Department of Health Educationr
0a RA ( isilnAJle and Welfare of weakening the
O OVl jJUb llr standing of the U.S. Office of
Education, a department branch,
More Office Space other agents.
To curb that, It lopped $100,-
WASHINGTON (UP)-United 000 off a $200,000 request for
States senators are unanimous on next fall's White House confer-
a' least one subject space. ence on education. If more help
The seldom-rhanging skyline of is needed, it said the conference
Capitol Hill. os undergoing a long- planners must. get It from the
awaited addition. Ground-breaking education office.
ceremonies took place recently for It also knocked out a $120,000
a new Senate office building, request to finance a new nation-
The $20,000,000 structure will al. al advisory committee on educa-
;ow each senator a five-room suite tion and $200,000 for "coopera-
compared to tWc rooms at pres- tive research" by the Office of
ent. There also will be two un- Education.
derground garages. Attacking the administration's
The old Senate office building. Civil Defense proposals, it chop-
crected in 1906 is badly over- ped $300,000 from the Labor De-
crowded. Some corridors even dou- apartment budget for such ex-
ble as offices and employes over- senses as planning for a possi-
flow into other buildings. ble civilla niabor doft in case
Inadequances of proper hearing of war. It also cut out $1.600.000
rooms in the old building became sought by the Welfare Depnrt-
evident nation wide when the Sen. ment for many Civil Defense ac-
ate crime investigations were tele tivities, includiRft planning for
vised in 1953 and again during last disaster relief and Rerm warfare
year's Army-McCarthy hearings. control. .
The new structure will contain a The committee did not say it
500-seat auditorium with a sloping was against these preparations.
floor, small balcony and a curved. But a report prepared by a sub-
upraised committee table., committee ordered the adminis-
Broadcasting equipment will tration to put all Its Civil De-
operate thruoh portholes in a tense requests into two appro-
walled-off studio. This will remove prlatlons still to be considered
some f the Hollywood.-t atmos- They are those of the Civil De-
phere prevailing at hearing, held fense Adminlstration and the
In the present building. Office of Defense Mobilization.

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"[itf h.tpi pepW&u s6 ) n.n hecu4ua.r1.t a." -Abrhm Uaedu.

the 'hquse down with Imlta-
., p1 fila own end-men.
. *I vt bring you such num-
b asu the "old shuffle and
lile" wizard of soft shoe,
iurrel Dodd a surprise pack-
as "Bobby Lougee" with her
sAet and lovely songs, she
beitg sweeter and lovelier than
a.hy-Ong you can imagine: the
Catftobal Jam-Kats, "Spike"
PISM Io and. "Smitty. Slicker"
l" ho will really send you with
their novelty numbers.
thsEtta Cheek the produc-
er: of.this talent packed show
will add a little personal talent
when she sings for you. Willy
Mcteown is the "tenor trou-
badour" of the- act. Jeff
Laughter will bring you har-
. monica harmony that is pleas-
in to the ear a delightful duo
will be Deonne Parker dotng
the hula to the strains of an
Hawaiian ukele played by Tex
* Watson, and no program
would be complete without a
calypso and we give you the
"Calypso King" himself Mike
This fun packed show Is a-
must for the entire family.
Wholesome entertainment for
all. You must see and hear
these end-men rib each other,
heckle the Interlocutor and
create bedlam at the oddest
Tickets are $1 per person
and good for the performance
The cast will go to the Pa-
cific side March 31 at the Bal-
boa Theater, and back to the
Margarita Theater April 14 and
Mark your calendar and
catch one of these shows.
.Proceeds go to the various
Oharities supported by the Be-
nevolent and Protective Order
or Elks.

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"RASTUS" RUSSON pleading with the audience nnq tho trow thop
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"ISHMOUTH" BURBINE exhibits typical behavior from an
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SALE OF TICKETS for the 1955 Elks Annual Ole Time Minstrel
on the Pacific side was inaugurated this. week when George A..
Tully, Jr., Exalted Ruler of Cristobl L adgi No. 1542 (left), visit-
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should only be used jestingfy,
however, in connection with this
luaDoodle's geographic solu-
The animal depicted, inclden-
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think otherwise, but that would
actually get you nowhere. The
dear lady, as we hardly need
I I point out, is plainly the happy
maternal type of person who
mak es ife easier for everyone,
including people, who are other-
wise tadlined to be misogynists
or puasle-solvers or just plain
wotry wart.
You are hereby formally ad-
vised that there Is an element of
possession- in the lady's demand,
an important clue you might
otherwise overlook. -,
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Wb lbtqd by 6lARK 4WAIRD
SXi.- Flower t gIemet
ok No. tVb My M J.
ks (M. Barrows & ,, 66
pagee: hardbound $2.50, r
bound $2). The third in tii ,fni
series on the new favorite uu-
lar art Is composed of 12 lesbta
for the flower arranger who bat
worked up an ambition to try
his or her hand in competition at
a flower show. In addition there
are new Ideas for home decorat-
pns utilizing unusual contain-
erv. B & W photo illustrations.
Amphibians and Reptiles of
Western North America, by Rob-
ert C. Stebbtns (McGraw-Hill, 528
pages: $8.50). Cyclopedia of na-
tive salamanders, frogs, ,toads,
- turtles, lizards and snakes with
detailed line drawings for quick
identifications of each by novices
in soology. One of a series of
McGraw-Hill field guides of A-1
reference value to those Onding
pleasure in the oldest and f dest
hobby, the study of nature.
Make the Most of Kournsel, by
Lee R. Steiner (Prentlce-KHai, 301
pages: $3.95). Among many new
guide books in the adjustment
and use of personality to over-
come family. social and business
problems and secure a richer a4d
mqre satisfactory emotional life,
Stis Is outstanding. Besides il.
hmlnating case histories thbre
are 13 method-chapters for self-

Furs, Olimorous and Practclal,
by Frank a. Ashbrook (Van Nos-
trand, 88 pages: 52.95). Advice
on buying, cleaning, remodeling,.
etc., for the average fur owner.

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pt a mnale-lt-yourself pastime you may wish to add to
i your list,.
Lil MateuWa: shoe boxes, unnelled peanuts. piece. of
a string abeut 16 Inches long.
r-t Ifmov a*d long side from eacb shoe WL Cut a
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it above). Tie a knot at one end. Pull string taut. Tie
is a knot at the other end.
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? nuts. Object of the game Is to crack open the tips
of the peanuts slightly and hang them on the string.
w. First person to hang all ten peanuts win,.
, It a large-group is to participate, divide It Into
a. teams. Each team as given a. box and each team
no player takes one turn. The team that 4A. all Its
ch peanuts on the line first wins.
Winning team or Individual takes all the peanuts.

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attention to its exhibit of 17th century Dutch masterpieces,
so it added a calling card in the persons of 12 wooden
.-% oe ..dancers from Holland, Mich., and a 27-foot windmill.


EVEN NOW, nearly 90 years after his death,
Abraham Lincoln is still a puzzle to
sculptors seeking' to carve his many-sided
personality into one all-embracing statue.
Lincoln's character was so complex tliat'new
research constantly uhearths.new facts about
him. Aside from religious figures, more prob-
ably has been written about him than. any
other person. and, yet, no sculptor will prob-
ably ever produce the Lincoln statue. Here
are some excellent, though different, one's.

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An Army Review Board in Washington out down
t sentence imposed on a lieutensat who ordered one
s wAndren id boea anaw d Iton
les Andreson had beea suntmmeed In

"ALMOSW A LFP O u.th Vietnam is controlled by
the three elig6l4u sects that are trying *to over-
thro*,..2mler Nigo Dinh Dienm; who Is', baked by the
United ot - I i' .
The ntier apparently is deterinlped to suppress
the.-ects, by' military force .and dest ey their private
armless so hb can unify South Vietnam.
The .leaders of the three spcts the Cao Dal, the
Ron Hao and the Binh Xuyen apparently want a
quIek showdpown. They foel that time is running a-
galnst them. At the insiptencp of the Unted States,
the French withdrew financial support from the sect
armies in February. and the leaders know they have
mne hope of Americtcf money.
Accordingly, they have sent emissarIes to France to
try to get ailing Emperor Bao Dal to dismiss Premier
Ngo Dinh Diem and create a government more favor-
ab:e to three sects.
Buit the Emperor Is unlikely to dismiss Ngo because
the Premier has American support and possibly could
de.hrone the emperor.
I e.- since there are no American troops in South
Ve.man, dnd Premier Ngo Fin Diem is far from pop-
ular, the rebels probably think they have a fair chartee
to overthrow him If they strike vigorously. now. They
can count on thb-Communist underground to give
them some help and on some help from French
colonists who dislike the Premier because of his anti-
French attitude.
SThe French government isn't fond of the Premier
either. Last week a parliamentary committee in Pa-
ris submitted a report saying Ngo Dinh Diem had
failed to rally the Vietnamese nation against Commu-
nicm, and was utterly dependent on American support.
The report also all but predicted that the Reds would
win control of Free Vietnam in the 1956 elections to
be held under the Geneva armistice. This report tends
*to bear out charges made by Americans in Indochina
that the French are resigned to Red control of the
whole country next year... and want to try to make
a deal with Red Leader Ho Chi-Minh.
Republicans and Democrats took the argument a-
bo'ut the Yalta conference into the Senate.
Republican Leader William Knowland kicked off
the Informal debate with a charge against the late
President Roosevelt. Knowland said Roosevelt in
renorUng on Yalta milled Congress.
The California Republican said Roosevelt testified
before a joint session of Congress in March, 1945 that
the Yalta conference did not cover the problems of
the war against Japan. Said Knowland. "I think that
comes near to being a false official report. I doubt
that any President has the right to mislead Congress."
He said the Yalta papers, made public on Wedneq-
day. show that the Big Three conference dealt with
Jonan. Korea and other nations outside of Europe.
Democrats have said Roosevelt could not have re-
*por'ed oit the Pacific war rart of the Yalta meeting
to Congress because he would have been telling Japan
seeret military strategy.
P-nate Derrocratic Leader Lyndon Johnson replied
to Knowlpnd by asking whether domestic politics led
to the release of the Yalta papers. He noted that
Chairman Walter CGeorge of the Foreign Relations
Committee had said the Yalta papers would have a
had effect on foreign.affairs. a .
Johnzcn said. "w believe that every $oae an would
lather win the cold *ar against .0 .than a
cold war against another political pa
Secretary of State Dulles has denied that bJe re-
le:.se of- the Yalta papers will make it *t- tod range
top-level discussions In the future. Dullegtold news-
men In Ottawa. Canada. that all nations should agree
to make public offietal documents.
Another comment on the documents comes from
WMr-. Eleanor Roosevelt, the widow of thq late Presl-
de it. She told newsmen in Israel that It Is "Impos-
sitwU'" to say whether her husband would have made
the papers public if he were alive now. .
The State Department is reported pianlnfg more
publteations of past historical doeuments...
The new oncs are reported to concern American
relations with China. A high administraUton offi-
cial says thev are almlI at.repudllthg a White
Paper en the affairs of the United States and Chi-
na issued ta 1940.
That document Binned most of the blame for
th- loss of the maltland to the Reds On Chlang
Kai-shek. *
..."A Washington publisher says the loystjieourity
,r''..m for government employes simplyy fails to
e knowledge the rights of the individual."
S Philip Graham who puts out the Post and Times
*T erald In the U.S. nation's capital told a Washing-
UOA thilrougi; the. yi5XLi AULrKJ? S.5ng..lsmm.
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SA noted scientist says atomic tests may be much
more dangerous to civilization than the U.S. govern-
ment admits.
Dr. Linus Pa.uliqg 1954 Nobel Prize winner in
Shemistrv called on both Russia and ;the Urfited
States to stop further tests.because of radioactive fall-
PaulJne disputed a statement by Lewis Strauss last
winter. The Chairman of-the Atomic Energy Commis-
elon said apparently there was no "basis for serious
concern at this time" about fallout. .
,:. p u.weecblir Passd .,G '.hai ikdaxP. -aul-
Smg said "I prefer not to 'rely on his (Strauss') state-
R ment."

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Camp Gordon: Georgia. to forfeiture of pay and dis- 14h c.f. War between pro football In 4he United '
missal from service..The ReView Board cut the ase- States and Canada has turned bt again.L
teilce to a 450-dollar fine. Commissloper Bert~Be of .the al Le ie says.
-- o q. uit .tyi .t..a.et hup .. it with
Somehodv nearly stole the fireplug fr:t. XOriartV's.. Janmu suMO sI qp P Box Piu.
Tavern In New York City Thursday. t nMe Ea seur tS L. cu t, Its mem-
bers. If.they want warr., they i.
The thief throw a brick through a tavern window Bgj. ays. n- agrn*rrnet between Wtahdton and
and gr ed wood and fake hydt. Mo- the only Canadian team that never has sneda Na-
r d n ugrM.bed the monton from Tw "open warfare" order. Mdmonton Is
it was the oul n aa
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F PANAMA WWASMT1O with e4gPectsancy r the 0 MIDli* HBT:S0H O3Y Gr461iu
trial ofimpeache ridn Jo Rau a dy last whadtmautt toughest
which is. scheduled t.ogeotadurway tirmooW O-0te- l..e Jury of. aeTen men. A women ael-
0Ild1ca kns that other% as 19 %khintU lart ID Vpa it ant
toned willlb broutgUt ttl 14 O W Ctrd inc W kot
the air qxpeNtancva e Ma Afi avted asst
o ittee a" at a psre "' rdel-
trial of the %-1 t er.
con znectiOn wIth the Janx. 2 I* a M n o
Joa'Antanito Remdn.
Defense lawy ""'-,
so de la Ve so,wouV lp :ree
fol the' ttial, tar
sworn testimony Father Caroe Fires H k6 r ato b sa: h Old wld
vealed he wayged e1. Rem6n on Nov. 11 l.st at "
=home of Assemblyman Hugo ITorrljos that a lot- was ..
being hatched to assassinate him. ended the four-day
t te ..t..- n-luhiIn ai th Internatidnal
Father Pdrez Herrera did not tell the sall State won six of the sieen
the name of his informant, but in his testi W .
week he said he was told of the At My a. o -
brother of Ruben Mir6. ,the Panami CIty a r. Middleweight. Bobby "bykeq outboxed Kid Gavilan
whose confession of the slaying Implicated Ouftdo0 Wednesday nigh 6 win a unanimous decision from
In the plot. the former wea ight champion at Miami.
(During the past week Milr6 has retracted Oi his 'It's the second straight logs for Gavil&n on his
application of OGuzade in a letter whh was smuviggled comeback campaign. QavilAn qrrie, the fight to
out of the CArcel Modeld to the defense attpr eys). Dykes in every round. But Dykes ldeat Oaviln to the
Father Herrer also testified' that on Janm. punch at long range and smothered him at close
while visiting Carfsp Mir6 nla the hospital, where quarters. Dykes despite his back-pedalling land-
he was recoverlaK from. a sU icide attempt by ed more punches and more effective blows. Dykes -
ilaslmnr his wriste, he (Carles) told the Panama- a heavy (2-1) underdog shook up QavilAn several
alan priest he believed his brother. Ruabn, hbd times with rights. T. re were xao kws. .
been the assassin. but he was not sure begase It waI the second ..ht setback l an who
he was at home when the shooting took place.. lost thewelterweighNtfe to. John t last Octo-
ber. Despite this z vffmn says -.;" t for the
Assemblyman Torrijos also revealed Friday that the public as long 4s th public wI kll t to see
plot also included an attempt to murder Police Chief e." The Cuban add$ "I thought I Dykes
Bolivar Vallarino. .J. ,4 s run and hald."
A request by Guisado's lawyers to move up the ~late T was an about. fae, frtm the G who lost
of the trial was turned down by. the committee on to Hector Constance at Mim in Fer that
proceedilmn. fight, Gavilin cried "cro and was a with a
On Tuesday thousands of Panamanians gathered at $100 fine by the Miami rating Commis on
Fifth of MAy Plaza and marched behind girls and o -
women carrying scuies of wreaths which were lain on Joad Mainiert's cldasy four-year-old English-bred
the grave of the assassinated Presiaent. bay horse Blakemere Sunday graduated to. the Class
"A' ranks at Juan Franco race track with ,dst-to-
Leading the march, directly behind the wreath- post victory last' Sniday in the featured on 1941000
bearers was President Ricardo Arias. his rebinet, At-- gallop.
semblymen and other high government officials,
The pilgrimage march the second anlliversary, of Virgillo Castillq guided the steadily improving son
the National Patriotic Coalition and of th'date o of Niccolo Dell -rca-Ihalassa over the distance in the
which Col. Rem6n first announced be would seek a fast time of 1:40 4/5. King's Prize wound op a strong
revision of the 1936 treaty between the United States closing record, 0og length behind the winner.
and PanamA. On-that date March,15, 1 S ---he -- o --
slain president also coined the the historic phrase '"W Federico PhIn Wut 138, of Panam Sunday
want neither alms, inor millions, but justice." stopped Jo s ,;. Col6n, In a fth round
of their ached l ander at th l Arena.
Several months later PanamA's negotiator Wontt to. Referee ervto awarded ar a tech-
*ashington to begin the negotlatlonot, which 18 tical ,klocktf:fter Edwi hleen .-down
.months later resulted in signing of the "Rqm6n-Elsen- tpIn m the I d once more t b wen he
shower" treaty here on Jan. 25, 2I days after-its pro- . apparently unable protect
genitor was assassinated. ..: .- *'"..- ,'
The onlv speanar at the graveside was Q i,. l
Garrido. chief of the Physical Education
who was selected by the organizing comm C tenaroend
a -o "". .bea
A small group of Can a I Zone workeri.a.vte'day Brown dropped a close deci a t 4 neros in
heard a report by visiting AFL labor off. 1ihich Miami, Flori daon December 29 but thp de-
emphasized their conditions here were gbw-'pro- .. pu TKO victory o ieteros
gresasively worse" aendthat there had bWn..'re1 .. .it oew Or-
ration" of job opportunities since last yar,
as ate a to settle once and fpr all
Tlhe labor .deigation. headed by Janas .s e.m- who is the better man
low. presalden of the Metal Trades neipart eu
eaiShedlthe Cnl' ofty oeSeomiy" ete. 'One major baseball holdout has come to terra but
TeconC C o w .they said were not pay- another is sticking to his gun.
lur prevailing am rats: and ead for bet- Centerfelder Prank Thomas ended a 17-da bhold.
te assmaraee.. time Cano Zone worker that he out. And okayed a Pittsburgh offer after a telephone
get a "eontinty work. convyrsation with geselal manage Brlach Rickey.
Toermsn of the contract were not diselosed'but it is
The five--ns_ delegation completed their on-the- believed Thomas signed for $11'0.0
soot survey of working conditions after one week on ,
the Isthmus. They were .scheduled to leave toni ght.-, t" mas say It was all a tt standingg" The
The "mass labor rally" which they tailed yesrde5r4 r who hit 23 homers iass says -"I was
was attended by a sparse group of about BN empl r the impression aftpr a Feb. 1 meeting that
and included representatives of the 0IO. 0. t. lub would contract me. So I just tight,' Tho-
o earned $12,000 last season and was holding out
For the first time in Its history, the Capal lo. awed 1r7 ,000.
on behalf of its employes. They filed a crp -1W iJn The stubborn .holdout Is second baseman Bobby
an admiralty sut which was ant outgrowth bf the NOr- Avil of Cleveland. The 1954 Amereast betting
weglan ship eAsholt gploslon in which five worken ch. pion has returned to home -- anc
were killed and a doemn Injured. . U wth a.er
s 'his
T'he cross libel seeks to recover $644,262. a l has
ers of the Lisholt, the Norwegian arm . -t -'|tt, ,
Lise.. which filed a damage sut Feb. as an
000rom the Canal C9. for damages alleg
to ship's provisions and equipment. : "d
c is-ne
Tie louse Appropriatlonh committee vot~l U." nhi n

7equmawue u sr en d
remainder of this flascal year for empl '-
entitled to have their travel expensesiM. 0t ning
their homes in the US oald by the govt. Bit com- for te rat ana An
mittee recommended $230,000. son says his.1roigra calls f an City nnant
S' in ve years. J says will log to
The commt was lsed that the estim a bu ey.'.lub t ers e s 'ity
based on the gular 6ounercial rate which is about ownr-smav,.e ecsa buy oy
three times the amount charged employes travelling era ut thpi er btu
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t. ,, 4-Beak European (slang), 84--Leg bon
rA rft* 95-Nip 2--Grotto' 43 Comman- 86-Sufficed
-Sail line acid 97-Steal 3-Soon ution 89-Slightly
supportt 5T-Addpe ci 98-Unpliant 4-Turncoat 44-Ancient sour
-tBypath 58-Emmet 100-Animal 5--Harm language 91-Portion
i--,Paom '." D -Article of deer, 6-Gladden 45--Correct 92-Salt of
A rTOW of virtue family 7-Stem 47-Weight titanic
-taearthly 61--Hm. 101-Regard of hop of India acid
-Wt the "pointed 103-It Is 8-laby- 48- -That 94-South
fork 62-Drriuit (cont.) Ionian which African
-.;River.la 4 -Stannum 105- Muscular god of sky sets off a antelope
.ngta 4 -tntellect twitching 0-Ebbing charge 96--Wirmtlb
-Malie 9- aosa 106-Falcon 10-Mathe- 50-" xd- 99-Cottn-
am - '210-1hRetchin matcal cleaning
w- dyhg Levanr Instru-- 83-: on machine
Y-ROyere 4tate -.. 109-S-ubstanc* ment woi.;s 100-Soft
--Arlght 71- -hi ged from 11-Web 55 Kind of litneston
.ind . gutta- 12-Extinct moaai e101-Optical
--Kild of .... --i t perch wild-ox 56--Mongrel effect
ypauat ... singerr 11-r-Anh na I 13-Igniter 59-Tool 104-Drway
.-PltuM- 74-!Pladli hide 14-kAntenna 60 -Over .106--Thinner
SCwpfroma ,q..le 11+2-Term Ia. 15--Attract-. *(petic) 108-Of an
Oh .7 afr p. t: ag 6OS-Flowing islandd in
*"-iC- lU6--MV 1,- leun.. and ebbing Atlantic
ernli . ut (poetic) tains in .. 46-Gold 110-uPonds-
(at.- T er, 2liUtUe *rurkestan (alql0m.) taon
i" ,i flaie 17--Condi. 68-Asiatic 111-Coat wit
21 -Pounded hent country metal
I-That -, l-lbed Idivision .18-Large 69-Tuneful 112-Ehior
girt brefd 2U-Rudlme' plant 70-Japanese 113-Minute
-Fit out ewtnuml tary 2.-Trouble festival skin
-na.ke's 2-StUff 125S-Presage fS.-Axnount 72--Seam- opening
L*mnin* 88-Unftsed O--Pnss 341-Settle- stress 114-Dark
vad. 4-Make IT-lvely e4 a 73-Lair 115-Dssolve
E -"-,,: &itted dano Greenland T7-Crimped 117-Bign uei
i 128-A4avor 3-Asiatic stu a byOrat
itween 8- rtain I-Frarnk rolled tea 76-:Fertile ChrtitlaM
wsalers ing to 6 ISO-Re- 34--eey *spot in 118--Easygai
.4t sea ples straia~d of cattle desert 119-First
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of ,- rh-ft 1 2- earsky T-Unaccom- 79-Patron or 120-Canvas
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r-r$tndh lak-. to 3t-I-a ingl 80-CoaWs 123-Heart
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not think they ar re rheardng a love scee. Btl W, --m, "
Bill dales that he deliberately luffed it o that he'd at to dG
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A- lote of the 'VmtuSap" flPth but -tid Oairly thMrb when the 7u4
fas lura -the ackgro bber an -t it e l t"eomlttee., pbd h
U-MI syneddc rubber srata da't "Ulea in a-bl s .*tis The saa5r
..a ep o e tae m hat s dc up tw leepers
a.- Desh", the Eipepbewer ad- W.Va. This ip h a a tWeaw- Earatri eaer as a
7Imemtues doter ed b lk, -beranse I duf SeeSareC I w a.
to turt the tr aa tuil t ity t m wed.t I u **sli. tle
-the tas a" Ga foosw;
Sprayer ver to lte--sk l w ar V1e t e.1 e 4i^ pobft UAT, whiah
oil compehq blaSE C ItO as' thePSoda 3sM th do
sold on eltsW aIt AId sse
aPP tee eme s t te 'a h I V i t rla ie to he -artmh .,
S p 5takea itN O .at W3ofl .W atc clique. i would have
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t ir vei havey- eutral Igtetagoee a ol .1 e Wt ofp ..
. ad.^g jedjl -thi imt utsteiSed -pmto hiw 2; po utr steek-sarhret.
-25 -- -cea -r m.ta but -se .Ta .o-t. brs here lapfr m- h 't uasea ae .4e.
I u sry a. kteMs: :the sy ie.rub- d o.-the,.Ksna.Awarlml wevr- tor--aely his Sept
.1o-r resere a dopp lring la asopd.- w ts e i wh h e sWuomlnaut-
S. It. Though i're supposed to keep l his time to O by .i. . G uU Sulphu whi already had
oOeS u aeaWd, today we have Lucia K. Trumclo i .i Eu- L joW Irom sell new
aasnly s3,00 tMs, which will drop rpe. has bee eld .takp tcA. federal courtInjunction
U ,m :O nr me. (The syatheti hia. pApei ltW.llh thet.Ime he- had been issued 13 days before
SACCE DEATH TOLL DIPS-Tn M14 aalsold OR mMar h e e ctw lrch e be-ch1 Ma atwill b G,. f.. P CabCOLS, preven'1ighb sae s stock.
fae vewhieles remained the nation's o h, I kill? (I;O) es s e T. s t Imbss r Sexh t.oo
though tragic death toal dropped 5 per Work e reft Ibbes omOes hedu -Tho wi eWit he w.oe h a.l*J nm tbe Coin mmorict
(i,0) claimed the fewest lives during 19. Data frM i of rub,0tpbet em iles ordered a o ptal alat d tltl l Ci o rt of .auc der New York a-
then Safety cewcll. OfS61ANdb of oo? ut Syt-S ma th*h9. l*kia, Cl t of.- Ta ieNew Yob a.
are thetic rher for March, have oth- deserves a eid to relb n gisrA John F. McBre ,John F.
-ez, orders of 68l000r ton for April. leamant!Per rli however, McBride Co. ne. ad Wyoming-
yoet the ,metries Will Ie w (' Bs to e serious.. GulI Sulpbur to prevent tMhe sale
1e eis lr. ad Harold Tit AOp. U.S. am-of new com e stock. The i-
on top g Isuetbu hassader to Peru, sot to he $ns1ineAWan"

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be:A-it .re, a -OF #VMther&a of pAs I-the
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F .gFatfnengry ase O U..* t.elp d-f o tlospee m. '..et.es- .
la ea r for %EtS a n dag -tem _fou y .. r. .- .year.s
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rel of corruption: up r the Secretary .reasurr. .

Seaingsas the "Comrade Ji A- I
feeIt is now virtually certain too ho ran much of the pro. f
Wa o ree "tle b d artuni aSatewvs l, y41o'
ethat os wl iotntohl pe- o6nuuiat a r apparat i I

out of which top businessmen All Sherlok olmes, you were bwn
TUnioa Mr fWW0 Its old mail.
SThe o h en t M (LiA) At *
usiorts sa tt the nes ti Lawyers erca, 'ast sp of or the rt g-p a
tae.r, .-oursystem...
exits swho of heir funds-n You'll also fnldi. t the threads "FEby WATi aaE TO Tar Y-P -v a ig display of equipment ed

unth lahor and manageme rnt fad l -tah oteri nd his to work fciater after Pul Porta.e former ceaira -loo- atomic lib asrgy developmWent Th
the omumissio_ kickback racket Deep ntsid anothe AL a revolt ifn trvew with r f the Fdral CoUiAOU ral Electric exbt incled
jrag clea W. brewing l the asuninCIO ot as.o. ible Lea b emela. raiWor4 .ieqcanw y S lve a problem Th

amat - Jger. Leading tLle ""e w J-ife assterdie atomic submarie recaitr
Walter B hReamh ers e ). e r'st heow: Albert comany haadteliv-at 00 advertisgoaspampht that wd to lke Centurgs-old is.
tbe alreh uand pral-e.. Sidar eataatuAw. has edm-beingiInta a Inrch.
gets ripped oth a ma lodrotis oaro frequent touch w it lds m Cn
rel of coriuptitin, iunder the a pack, UE Secretary Ireasurer'
probing 6f ex-FBI- agent Bill once W4eatn in Cosgresi *
hearings as the "Comrade JTuni-
It is now vircally certain, too, per" ran much ofg the pr!.
that Douae whil-surointise-th,- the rigt o pic ra nappar ats a e
Wion flum operated by induprp-these United. States.
iout of wic topll businessma il Sherlocrgaat for the es, you wereborn ow
craw their retirement pay. too soon.-..
Thoeseho haveSeen the Wsre- tu fede- a tM TON (NoA) At. a It .als, ti tel- Repartmeentw C'mmerae got slo
ports say thrAt tMebuniness eteen- Lawyersof A- merica, line up. 9 let age l gt ist
irves Wil be surprised to a mGuy Firme. r jaN Of the N T-'man Nth el ebeaitd the.er, beauy s aS r htis e Business amae Shul.
.rthat the ame pattern s Aueo nal Lan bor u a e onsBoard will newRuaMW n bes al crashed rec owln auI as a in as clainie d arranet
exists in some of their un-n qvi this spIrmsg. chev. Wll.Iait lH_ eard,.I a big display of equipment used
sout labor assigned management Arto pk.i. They fear that a Jr.,- his two assaattes afIPaul Porer. former bae man ila tomic development Th
tbe cosmi-asion kikbager racJet i, De ini. the AFL a revolt il sIntP sasdIuerrvawsgwit four f t Federalh Coimu ies I'1.ral Ele rn & exhibit included
cut ampat... ing sit theCFLCIO s r- a de rs :Commisaosi.now prletinglawIna photo of theb gephereInwhi
cjer. Leading athe rebes are ck to the Unit-Wa ttmasr e amc mare res
Walter Reaer hopes, among of t he leadr eof. the powerful'S atast o hea lb l over the cob-
ther things thatll- i owers 000W asamb.a. r AFL Cou a r l a t. the
aIntn. Buil.-- Tr.di. ,by ...-t. viaid .ban. ot N ve W e. sow Democratic se
aill sing theo elves to vhie ry- a htrd Building Trade.t Tir wIsoeat d witiu C na s. ve. Mrod ho the ot himea commerce hasse notice lobby, asn
the .ght for the guaranteed a. cry is a reseWntm agai-s abtrushdeie II e. to I "M le a.omunications Atomle Energy Commission secu.
uanalwq, w1hiCh form.ally.. ar~. -eement whih gives thr Ita pregem-MT gofI w_ thanslpping backs rity efeerigave it a double take
emt ydhis- w.hTijben- -muthe re to pick a national di-1. amrs. Rth sao itese. admd-ordedte paoto taken down.sre
ea Wsillstly toniel G eTArala totr or gTmamatonoftor the a m r3.s dur- dts
torh ee-uia pid y that rhe uwas.t.e merged feder'ti ati. .nThe Nr e.t i .u;e, S ed tet as ybmarise hui.

-vel -O---wi- b ........s .s _-- t e..*i- s-.Iw--2 Wisee- TNfhl .r a. a .O. a lf h beglny *trte A* r d ehi m u f morn me bia
paby the-er tuclausei nan ant thteei rc aantih revkslowly.o as ut pr- whic hwasm classified secret.
ture seatreetsew don' @pt, Waler Ru @qWrotX wl WSp to as pritelSey after to mkhe to arhsk l orCue this ame vor this

aut. swreora the to ses s ie.ar rit -pit g alC ta-.h Ih ascleared by AEC rn
cerand to uico l. atr r-did fgo tii*&Opts,. pv bp Was 'minentiClients. .r af M IasbewaLsows all over the coun-
The disc - tled "The S tof_ eg rse chict of S. Distout psd .a WayiMorse, Oregon's for
J o n ath a n M setd," i -e t to aS l;'i; t ji e c-i'l a r- xa q le ver ,T B l ab mp t P a, ea'C mis c om m ik. a e e --l fo r m e r In d e per
M n" Ti.. l b '. f ,f eJa-,--e p--p
baIdJ l s a t ...he to.h, "i.ai .ssaer., v1. U* o., statepresident ole 'i ners. oNetworksin atives.t srw Deoocratic se bn
at-to workerwhoiedshim o -tructions of project e ecan WomenrW ,l. the ,mbe ISo epubsese .-t "o am very glad notoie hisave the
employed. The jobless s em s ir w t.e ol a ,, i, "Mrsi. Ruth' Gaddi JeffLres Natil Comi mittde ". qand judMg-os dryl he'll be disagree
toh vr, perl hW.. ar. s k nw 11 V. T'sa Ariz I .." edtpe e a adm p omplaint for. th
p aid str ab whli a outhe iM, paim aW .. d ready for rst tSime o duride of the
the -pt"h are pMa year-.. Tn1Sui, e a te -u Dch SiimstatioJuWineu c, y. diftheifme it pro asthe, oleyl pay-raise b the

This r g b r & prea o,'eo t erthe Ate e foiOtse ., aolso-a state p bead r staff t moed It :ast omiIrA eiher. never dealr
.tby the thousands. havede ita: th very.eir hs sa th te'L staffed mMr theder the table. They
Shopens at 1n, Watch for-th fight on this. w i k.." a. at'ocM a, odemericanoFloewr Zearle C Csments (D, y,
d*-towN in Okiehegainw is, will qealeeI rnteadr e.arei majorays leader, saw- Iregad
.as -or.watcl- l 41aW WW ser ,, ,,.,t bF qq ca .. b A o ri .mWer w" a & go heard S no .emgplaint f r o.mi Dem-
R%,-hra ,, the,,ar-p-t, .work,-m,, --l .-,,,-,Davm 4.1. ... azd baking a eberry pie."Ori in.ay, AFIr. h played t6 oerats on the Ume allotted fo edo
we ge, "; .- .- .. ..Miss Frieda Shielt of I.'rerM out Mert space in its bate.
"-~- MLouis, 11o., state pfsident. of d-_ig i. g a oelk ,
a t we Wa1e a & I ds o wfln ratson of epLU'can Womens'Der e -1tO ltduse.- Prsldetl '! am very glad to have the
gop.0 wu b a + p,,lubs.. H.a. as served as consul- -Eisbhower will lay the corner-,.reqator', v e w" point," cracked

cn v -*te b aers pSW&- -, r. .-- .. be, ready forfirst 1me Io m this sidee of the
can _.o. t .... e" ,_Ir ;.%s. Deae I Simes of Jef-- ey 1i 11_ if the CIO asle. ,A probably will not b .the
Ia the idea at Tom Sm n, see-ad*, pMea of -n weAuteofero O1la., also -a stalm pre- e _uarte staINis moved- in ,ast compltieither. I never deal
".-" .t . lives very, all'itith 'AFL staff, there_ we't'my cards under the table. They
town in Oklehose andw Fever'e er-mefor zentto.utaiders. ae always face Up."


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BY A BANK OF PAPYRUS are, 1 to r, Lynn Porter, Mrs. H. W. Porter, and Mrs. John D. Dunn,
all of Fort Claytqn.

ROY SHARP holds interest as Summit lecturer and guide.

Talking And Trees

S Pix and Text by rather than in something you cam
RALPH K. SKINNER see or photograph.
Heres one example. An espave
That "the best. things in life tree growing in the Gardens does
Pre free" is a statement open to not by -Itself attract special at-
dispute, buut today we tell youu of tention, but it has inc c r e a sed
one thing that is very good, and it meaning when Roy Sharp ex-
isi free. plains that natives build the i r
We speak of the lecture tour cayuco from such trees.
1:eld every Saturday morning at And certainly few people notic*
Summit Gardens. Roy Sharp, in ing the fine "grass" growing high
charge there, walks about the at the end of the lily pond would
gardens telling the group with know it for what it really is. It
him of the various things to be is papyrus, from which the Egyp-
seen. It is free, and starts at nine tians and others made paper.
sharp. When a blade is taken by
There is an informal air about Sharp and opened, one can see
it that makes it most pleasant, the process that enabled it'to be
Sharp, himself, knows his sub- used as paper.
ject, knows his garden and has a Rubber trees at the Garden are
friendly, chatty delivery t h a t not spectacular in appear a n c e.
makes everyone comfortable. The But they are certainly-important.
walking is leisurely," and enables And our group would have walked
the advanced in years and the lit, by a coffee, tree if it hadn't been
tic toddlers to keep up with the pointed out by. the guide.
rest of the group. All ages are Many. of the persons making
represented. the tour (there were 30. in o u r
Many people take their camer- party) made copious notes. Oth.
as. In some instances, there is ers just litened attentively. A
something to photograph.. Often few just drank in the sunshine
there is not. and the fresh air and the. noder-
The interest lies in the narra- ate exercise and figured it time
tion, the -explanation of what the well spent, hica, it was.
tree or shrub does or .produces, The cannonball trees are t h e

THIS BOHIO not only looked picturesque, but- it was a welcome spot In the shade to rest a
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AUIOOK Protestant Sunday School picnic had scores of active kiddlea.

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m@de the tour several times and gain something
each trip.

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ON THE BRIDGE over the placid pool stand Si White, Jack
Horton and Dale Krause of the Army. "

At Summit Gardens

most interesting single item, in the most interest at Summit Gar-
my opinion. The fruit is as hea- dens aer listed, but not necessari-
vy in weight as, and almost iden- ly in order of their importance:
tical in shape with, a real cannon- CHICLE: This produces chew-
ball. Their flowers are pretty. ing gum;
ISut the cannonballs themselves RUBBER: Tires for your car
stink when they are opened. plus hundreds o other uses;
The lily pond is so attractive
that everyone wants to linger a CANNONBALL REE: A No-
bit there. There are some swings velty with sweet smelling flowers
(n- both sides, a bridge across and, evil smelling fruit;
the center of it, etc. PANAMA HAT PALM: It's fun
Right now, let it be said t h at to think of weaving one yourself;
there are fine picnic grounds at SISAL: This is hemp from
Summit which can accommodate up which rope is made;
tc a couple of thousand persons' BANYAN TREES: These are
at one time. the trees with roots,high out of
Here are more swings for t h e Ihe ground which spread so. In
kiddies, a space for a ball dia- the same family is the strangler
niond and other sports, and one fig; ,
ot those merry-go-rounds for lit-
tli toddlers that is safe. Tables PAPYRUS: First source of pa-
under the trees enable the inevit- per;
able big lunches which are inevit- COFFEE: Essential to some of
slymous with picnics, the employes in the Admin. Build-
I consider the lemon grass at ,ng every morning;
the Gardens is unusual. That is COLA: Served with ice, essen-
because I have had tea on remote tial to most of the rest of the em-
Gatun Lake islands made fr om ployes in the Building;
lemon grass. BAMBOO: It's pretty, and what
But I asked Roy Sharp to tell fine furniture the Filipinos make
rs what plant life the majority of from it!
people find most interesting, weeki
after week on the tours. (Some Remember, everyone is w el-
people go back several times for come. Nine o'clock sharp Satur-
repeatsl. Here is his list but the' day morning at the Summit Gar-
remnarks are mine: dens, on the road to Gamboa. Ad-
Plant life itfms which rouse mission fr.e o .

learn that coffee is grown at Summit, and Sharp shows them
a coffee berry, in this picture.

A CANNON BALL FRUIT and its blossom are matched by Judy I GORGAS chief nurses Lucille earn and Beatrice Simonis examine a fouge2poT plant, whose
Pe-- f Robert Webb. name is Brownea. -...

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