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S- PANAMA, P., THURSDAY, MARCH 31 I
MWTMOVE TODAY-BUT WHERE ?
SessPntagon: lrook ays
SPedro Miguel --
.e w.ege oday~le woy ave-phreeg Senate Shouts Bing, Judy Lose 'Oscarso N e Seybold's
were nri course, I could move to Approvalor To Grace Kelly, Brando
a-1 esGamboa," one locks employe-
a ana -pokes-said with a shrug, "but by the w d
en about35 family time I get through paying more HOLLYWOOD, March 31 (UP) went to Eva Marie Saint, who n
the soon-to-extinct bus fare for the eldf, and trans Paike Grace Kelly,who has been a play ed the part of Brando's rF l rI
ill e oc ed portaton to work for myself, t movie star for only one year, sweetheart in. "On Te Water-
lyes, but he said: would cost as much as It I moved last night won the Oscar of the front," and to Edmond O'Brien
cted to move Into a brand new house." Motion Picture Academy as the for his role In "The Barefoot e
time.Formal notice was given CAPT. ARTHUR TROUP WASHINGTON, March 31 (UP) bet actress of 1954 for her role Contessa." C o P rohi itiv
a or_ a n Peo MiceThe Senate shouted approval of in The Country Girl." None of the four winnfts
S= tly expected that l residents in Pedro Miguel a 7h e 7on.oliu mair a Bpa Best leading man award went had won an Oscar until now,
of remainrAg employes exactI year ago. At that raise illo laer hear to Marlon Brando for his por- although Brando hadx b en
t' A pobFoTorather asp- time sey we608totld thewa nin Ygstht*he e ou"' sf ofe "n"1"" "
Idthe near future as would be abandoned b ears men from which garnered no Is than vion years.
f themovesresulting end of March of this as raced "alarming pro po r eight awards, among them the After the presentation of the
mpletion of arters additional notlee was ed to hon aw a r d for b ei n g the "best awards the film colony disp- -
in b Fliats ear y this the Canal employes In Febrm- f movie." ed to different Hollywood night
a ower a t y gte to k h Z mo e an av. The two winners won out in a spot to celebrate. M Kelly WASHINGTON, March 31 (UP) Canal Zone G
readents, however, rearteurs teragee.7toseeketk T e woud a a close race over the veteran Judy marched over to Romanoff's John S. Seybold told the House Merchant Marine and
obe to the fact that a o- m erge67ovednt ceather acting in "A Star IsBorn," restaurant surrounded byf Fisheries committee yesterday that two weeks ago the Do-
hobso-tohe put in for Some have moved to other romed dionOfficers and men- Garland who was nominated for i n a er mttee st the c
"It all hinges on the canal's occupied n o wororMiguel de- sure, to a at agreement with try Girl." oynning the award, he wasn't "In personnel from A-brook p
not free es nt's why spitethe March 31 deadline is minor Senate changes. Oscar s for supporting roles the mood" to goou last night, status, but that maximum precautions would be taken.,
,we cans place to live,t. one sued last year. Cas pt. ArtLur J Troupspecial The voce vote action cae aft which w the t d anniversa Rep. Edward A. Garmat had asked Seybol about
hoswf d nt- ageassistant to the Civil AffairsOd i r arlyahuroeabte.- o fh his m o .
are ti out that Many quarters in Pedro Ml- rector, who s retiring from Cathere re no audible dst. P nhabitualy composed racthe possible danger to schoolchildren in the vicinity of
eksoTale moves it guel are being converted for use nal service today, has spent the If the House and Senate ca $500 Eln n Kelly was so excited she drop- Abrook
ticy to by employes of icon Corp.eand past 30years fightig fires inCa rersas
j~eD I Canal's I at y ete WlaanA hat a lr sdiff a es a Alletedih Ssolen pthe d ennrsh ri Seybold said he had written the Defense Departme
marters so= the it was announced by the Canal nal Zone es. the Hilloustoe ter Heaingaio a n announced as the winner. Bran-
Sresidents could be that the soda-luncheonette, time there s a chance service- n do, who is also famous for his suggesting that consideration be given to using Albroo
which is being moved tonight Some of the fires were fought men wi ge their raises start composure, ran from his seat ggesting that consider
Thsl isn't men wi ge their raises start- couponede rnhis is' bein from sn ao is te ti o- b
a a t there ittle bbsatdfoT I from dislocation min the post of.firm benee r in for propi eFday Frm econ Crrp to the stage when he heard hi for aviation schoolingand repairs, and transferring opes
n Which may uue pfee build to the commissar ai believer in fire preve T measure follow s closely re-F ron named an bounced by Bette tions to another base.
hea ed building, w M continue carrying tion, and during the year has commendations made to Congress A case involving the theft of Davis. who recently returned to
fs h at em-. a limited stock of groceries. hada great deal to do with the by President Eisenhower la t an electric light plant worth $500 Hollywood after three years of The committee arranged the jto remark that the ships are in
1 11mnlats y hmad de- teaching of fire prevention in the January. from the Tecon Corporation, absence. Brando was so fluster briefings to acquaint Its new competition with private bu-
pWt. ep I eap- The move is being made to- Canl zone. working on ContractQrs Hill, was ed he forgot the lines he had members, who joined it when the ness.
d t Slptem but a ht so that there will be no He said the raise was necessa- aired this morning in the Bal- lanned to say and his hand" Democrats reorganized Congreas He said there are several
h no s menI service to the public He believes that prevent ag ry to induce young men to make boa Magistrate's court. trembled. Later he recovered in January, with the operations lantic-Pacific ne th
Sand breakfast will be served in fires s t of the most por military service a career and to The government moved or a sufficiently to give a briefofthe CanalZone for which thhandle Canal Zon eght
.Th on ho et the new location tomorrow t obs of the 77 men on the halt the flood of trained men continuance until this afternoon thanks. committee is responsible, that the Panama ie's s
the te te-bat howe n morning. orce ad as proof ca b quote lack to civilian life. when the three defendants, Do- Of the Oscars delivered last Rep. John J. Allen, Jr., recall-wUl show a lo .
e k it esaid Tonigt marks the closing of Sgres showing that fire losses Raises would range from 6 to micano Martine, Jose Felix night, Walt Disney received two ed seybolds remark at the open- He comment th
fi the co ssary retail store and ing 5 per cent depending on skillFuella and Valerio Bethancourt and his studio two more, raingthehear the
S- t~te sthelsear. y eta a od ceai length of service. will face a charge of grandI lay- th .tot al te nyer by kidney i ot Canal tt
....Ms' -whi h ton i ewar averaged appwereougt- o men Richar geB Rusaee1 ofBall o $250 wa setr ebl e. raneri seaa u .. .bu t s
.". -Iraisa fM s99 -JA
dow. several ontha e onbu aa a e- r pro Aorntonein.teaa another bos
s.s em pf=tn> an the fib taton a tiull i Se ang ,ge ye a n thrm ing proportions He s a d ln t i problems, and with rep- up ee Utgnlte herne sut
thnee-- u prod esg re old n for th trhae mresndous l we m"t rais BalS htaf t RArran gements for burial here resentatives of labor and of lo- He added t hat the
hthe bul Pedn Miguel oth of hi i 30 ears of service 'mndua r t e o rrp rt jon ep W. Jafkowltz, a Coco cal rate groups. ships are aelt-sustan .-
las well as au~elroto~fhet0 e Dt arssb o in ic apaleements The case against the chiva Solhto ardent who died Tue. When Beybold, describing the receive no a ubs an
t aw the Arlantic Side where beHe said trained a ust driver who fell asleep at the dty, are beinmade by the eo. ama Railroad, said that it company is fae with
h to i .wucomma of thet Cristo ve g aidr nue t o n men t wheel, causing his vehicle to bet l ate o n tn. planned eventually to abol- of having c certainty of o
I'..S S flH w.. R rbal fle district during the w a r guifo an sncenoie U.Smltyorema n crash into a tree on K-19 Road, Mr. Ja towitz, who was 47 Ish it altogether, Garmatz asked tlons.
iwsA'.. ad b t i and whis ere he f s as well onstar n e military y to re as dismissed this morv g in ; ars old, leaves nyo family he. w many employee the railroad "There is no assuraZn e oft
. ,n o ... te newloatr wuat oin Colon as he is in Cristo- e aon t mlent'se notice the Balboa Magistrate's turt. ine was employed by the fuel. has oand what would happen to apace on regular PPB
HiP DfVjft S- V 3rlnf l Sorioo'eu a Thi ,,ack th e moreniiim rtante. The driver. Armando A Ro- a vilon Qt the Naval Station at them it It were abolished. 1n es," he said,. "and we maass
ta t o o br a7eon ttrlt na.d edIeds rtes at toe oempo e to the Zone.
~ ~ sinis tue ote ad i S e -year-old dan but worked for them ebold said there were about be assured of a line of upp
S- -- wh.''h ine of the worst fires in ef h aid ber se the e oamns nian was exonerated on the Atlantic side. 0 ed States rate employes to the none."
O o 4o4;Smay hS Dal oA et ca.tst erini n Se ervie, e w charge, which was a resl h The deceased came to Pan a nd several hundred local rate Seybold said he was ri
pei this year c- m to rW E "3 .n ajop Russell idhe is ation e acent on Mparh ar e n' m e d lhat when the rail- th a rta
lll pe-k.f w burne t th g ro~ d m al a should resth I sa y woaBrad i th~'p. Untl2 heo k-tcAo thePaamaIRaneinlove iop o n a
thererenonune rthe iretiondofisthahereslten outardyB. ssal of5vwa Ho poPanaaa Cewt u ndrt h
L a th Balboa fire I-r thu-e al fire dep." artment, eernea compiatedtwe o n sad odfurfedm dtuss to rarmod ste Panama at ntl w ce that other employment could treaty with the Republi of Pa
--e -.The control ed burning o th l .al d the e e equips ment. "reckless driving causing oe h n. dead inte ro s
gunss deeep go theshla sta hd as e r a id re-eals ame n t bodily injury." qau --D, Coco Solito by h ep. James A. Byrne inquired He explained a full
le wa l Practicaly d cotlhneted by ltoe deo* west level in the nation's his. i You Thinrk vivorof aiens wh edie i and i rty favoi t .
So'Proc Pe ton Pefr r as bee tnhhis ihT h ink i. the zone. Seybold replied that. portatlon by truck.
r bfor from the Balboa fire station n a s er t same time he sa d Ser Center like corporations operating in Except fr diesel locomot ,
.o thert dollar- der the command of Capt. W. d. firaste training costs have skyrocketed. Itn S in 1e, L ein the United States, the responsi- the railroad's ro stock &I
w not as E. Jones, chlef of the Balboa fire m, to he hs as e sai uniform so U. S military forceai M n er On LeVe for survivors of employes worse than poor an large
we nt. district, were ass lbed to the job f the U.S. Army Air corps. radio repairman and $25,000 to Y U re All Wet does not le with the cor p any would be required to eplacr sn a
a sNeremed t whic nomplted with o utronl il on o tan- ao tlrar est pio tri.er as os u thinklairod tohe rainy reasn P his. Thoneon genseanlemp tai 0h
't yp e bo ltemt. premed '' whre ipfr ca on- n oHe was hed te isne- Th inest s ere au attrieo epyo f ou thonn tn,. aager oi thll e S et g general m n dnts i or hlouasn Ie oxsplained t e l s
ror at'K Ie d the fire hazards to ma on etd the Fire Division in 190. n the rawi. mre a tin. col air bthty "unsetfbe Thornton epectsto return to mistya d ta d the cor Rep. lark W. .
hg. *foy buildings and other Instaina- reorgarlzatis n of the Civs l Affairs The aedtheirn aouonterpar rain." say o the weatherman'who duty thist wey t0. He and Mrs. mittee that 60.4 prcenthof the ofo ater ofan ssthmeia
on tons. Bureau he worst fires in h a r r of the ad should know Thornton w spend most of tonnage carried Panama Line tee w drafted Publi
Bdation's deahaion to trim the Ahm.-his d wnsher er a d or a evadatint Uide.. ed of athsyrate at it
I. Wth i ch cruises, it ey ,,wind., tinoul sinew sthen efaasonp--wsshich r een atlrhtMT han d eceasetothegenealan-o
s p te h*1 On several cas in recent distant to the Civil Affairs direct- Also included are raise, fo Ar Fronm previous perform ces.their vacation visiting friends on snips goes O ne Hepubc o wich reorgani.t
or. my cadets and Navymidshipmenrainv season isn't due to start Yerb Buena Island In San Panama, committee chairman Zone system, attended the
SOTrar urueau. years fire were started accident- Coast Guard, Geodetic Surpm until the end of April. Francisco Bay. Herbert C. Bonner Interrupted in and questioned e
t..es. S-year, -iy or purposely by unauthorized ULike other Canal Zone fire e d Public Health Se rie--"---. ... bout the effectiveness ftJ
tlll eam and persona causing great potential fighters, Troup is oe esellent vey and Public Service law. Sebold aad t
be the Caro- danger when the fire raged out terms with his fellow fire fight what it wantene
... 2. of control. era a the Republi. Billy Graham Says Communists Threaten W est Derin mpson ao
S'He holds tree honorary, med- Seybold about a sea-level
uWhen $ Meets H HneW t0tealbthe Gold Medal of Honorer and the governor reit
tays Cabo When She Meets AA-G Hehodstheeh Head-Hunding Tribe :rir Arl^
%IGSNe and Merit from the Colon fire de- N $ personal belief that
nama from the Panama fire de- W On Gods i, C dlocit has far more
partmt; and the Star at the In-. Nw OnSide1
4 W th Same Dress At LuncheonIFon .d- a ._of, f JOt tLOnigh on, remd,
Gabriel Duque. GA OW, Scotland, March 31 BERLIN, March 31 -(UP) The East German governmentnisat announced be New restic- lt wo coS
In addi5i - Troep was rest- (UP) Billy Graham told an West Berlin offleals appeals to announced, te new hlghwals taos tons scheduled to gointo et~ot at i to
l31 (UP)lk taffet with Its bow tied aty ael l e. overflow revival meeting he re the Western Big three today for would so Iato effect on Aprff l, ittonight on hev road red
rh *Ailh taeta thtbowedt nk M3S C ,Fire paortf. last night that the former head- urgent measures against a Coin- the seventh anniversary ouf te lnks ween BernBand the West. on
SC r *J the nek. Mrs. Crane, wife of ua n.j ieI we e himting hll tribes of Assam are mmuist "cold blockade" wh i h first Soviet equeeou that dt _eiTe communist Party mew "f
..f o m. mna, Wre the t k laoasfo- dr the eow heart-hunting for God. threatens Berlin's llelines with a @ee .N do 194 and Me per said West Gemonan_ .tter n
Sa. o Int real- the ne... ,Ma m e The Americ Evangelhet said 5,000.000 a year road tax. ir I ft that t ended .lor u-Germ.n affairs Jao C. b-.
DWI% I pre the ame. Other members he received a letetr from an As- The new highway tells, 14 times Senior Westers alied Kaer, who is attlg We have mW tI
Of one fire division, sam convert saying that the one- the current rate, go Into elset at mi sat ofet at teG- rmgan paiamet commit tee t
V1% yest it 1." Mrr Un- T made y early visits to time headhuntersia the hills of midnight tonight as Comeas ist GermLn 'I t oa rin WJest .rio .le to A
-rec hower s ld n uoplJsw rs* L Alte the annual ele- northeastern India are praying reprisal against West Ger man what otothe c rity to le o ca- -
5 n*a i p a ct- br h louhdati of the far the people f e o Scotland rateficacon, of the Par. Firms the ito e Ia, st i l a.
SIIt s o b W. t it wosderfa4 how God trans- pact. Western Berlin offlei said m by e amis t BIer.
4Ig ver id formed these hbeadHmders Into there was no doubt the teI wad MteIA eis avettkat t
rBlp^s h o was homed at a Leart-lnaters" Gra ha said. t of avM Wd.. I i __&I
d was mo The bigeat crow of Graham's 0IXpin ft Of a to bilk
toCpt.* as 1 M o' ade turned the ty met tnoet o to against an Demo
...tWCON.be out last night to hean .m speak. with the Conmmelse o d a 'A esma iSmplet AL.
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iTH1 IS YOUR FORUM TH READERS OWN COLUMN e g ornament's -s
--,,__ _, eret Inv stlgators are gia-g to
be investigated along with las-
., a > o8& A u V bor leaders, businessmen and
l Al ll K Ii A mobsters, all of whom appear to
| C f I \ I \ be deep in criss-cross wire-tap-
ping of each other.
,-- -- -What began as a routine Con-
The Mail Box is on open forum for readers of The Panama American. gresslonal probe of electronic
Letters are received gratefully and oe handled in 0 wholly confidentisl'eavesdropping may explode into
S manner. o a series of sensational hearings
t you contribute letter don't be impatient if it doesn't Oppeor the involving the highest kovern-
a"' st m y. Letters re published in the order received. mert officials and some fair-
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length. 1/ consequential union chiefs
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. and business executives.
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions The probe, directed by New
S expressed I letters from readers. York's Rep. Emanual Celler,
o -- head of the House Judiciary
committee, has stumbled on
PLANES AND CHILD SAFETY such uicy items as an effort
by a union to top the U.S. Su-
Sir: prone Court. To set the record
The article written and signed, Leave-It, was in very bd aight this was not tried
taste, this I know, because I wrote it, and for this I apologie.b at was emptied a worldunion..
Low flying planes over any school have dangerous posibil- It wa labor person by a world
cities and constitute a real threat. The natural concern of moth- ,famous labor personB, one of
ers for their children is a justifiable one, and I sincerely hope whose, ing expermed es went the ae
that an organized effort will be made to bring about a change of Be-t ing expert by the nad
with child safety in view. feared him $25,000 to get hooked,
On the other hand, this does not m ly that there s olinto the high Court.
one solution to the problem. On the contrary, the ways o cnt- Celler andbis staff have also
complishing this are many and varied, learned of counter-tapping of
.. -a union headquarters and execu-
For example, the Air Force for some time considered the lay- i ... e. d intsand es in
ing of a new strip diagonally across the field to divert traffic Ne York, entire n buildingsa one
over the Port Capt4in's building. Initial plans and surveys have n 14th Street and another one
been made, but apparently the project was delayed or pigeon- 38th Street, were wire-tapped.
holed. This of course Is only one way, but to go to the other ex- This is s true in a core of
treme and suggest that the Air Force, bury itself out on that war- midwest cities as it is in New
time emergency airstrip out in Rio Hato is approaching the ridi- York. This criss-cross wire-tap-
culo"s. ping is as illegal when it's order,
SThe strip and the bare essentials and was strictly military, edby respectable union and in-
obably the only way to keep personnel up there. If this seems dustrial leaders as when it is
incredible to you. you merely have to go up there and inmaglne done by te mob
yourself living there. But it isn't only the illegal
if perchance you have any other objective in mind other wire-tapping which the Judi6la-
than child safety in school. It is only fair that you register these Committee group will probe.
as -,parate complaints and approach them from another angle. Cell agencies. Said Cller-
...ernment agencies. Said Celler:
Fairness For All "I'm Informed now that wire.
(Be- tter I hope) tapping is done on all levels if
. "government by the Post Of-
flee, the Department of Inter*
nal Revenue, the Alcohol Tax
JOB CLASSIFICATIONS Unit, the Narcotics Bureau
SSir- and the FII.
81" B" '"They all have wire tap
The classification set-up of the Fez-,fnel Bureau of the squads, I'm told. I'm going to
Panama Canal company leave a lot to be desired where fair play delve into that and find out."
and consistency are concerned. I asked the Corgressman
anThe most laring hortcoming of this system is to be found whether he didn't believe that
in the scope of it's powers, which seems to be absolute and irre- such a probe might interfere
Sociable, leaving no recourse to appeal it's arbitrary decisions, with Federal pursuit of erlmin-I
o There have been cases on record where the Personnel Bureau als, tax dodgers and confidence
ha ver a eriod of many years cord ter P an lysis of a cer- men. He apparently didn't be-
8 oUS. %te position and hanve oddc atirustified, but lieve so and olid e had no per-
$ n .'S at same po ttion wasv t, ve r toc Local Rater son4 knowledge of these wire
-aro 40% of the o orate previoi n4 .he- Rater, th tap squads but he was gbing
I#fr6m the Personnel Bureau ias forth declared the to dig nto the Federal agencleI
This system would appear to be lametricalfy opposed to all eller's ariment Is this'. :
S dures and practices, as discrimination itoallow- It may be easier -to etect
ed be the determining factor in the analysis of a position In- criminals that way just ias it
sted of Impartiality, and an honest attempt to makp a just ap- would be for detectives to tam.
nralpa. odper with the mall, but we don't
permit that. We could do away
V- ictim with habeas corpus and keep
.. .......p_____ --prisoners under lock. It mightI
help. But we don't allow tlat
S* and we don't throw away the
S-amese Twmis From Siam prineiple of habeas corpus.
"There is such a thing as pri-
* ., .. vocy of the home. Just because
Sf ''t It is convenient and easier is
S eparated S ucce ssfully no. reason for justification of
Se a e S .cl ; wire-tapping."
S- 1'Celler can expect some stren-
uous and loud disagreement
CHICAGO, March 31-(UP)- pled children to have v d with his viewpot. But he's still
University of Chicago surgeon ~ the operation in oe tlion. pushing the probe. Out of this
yesterday successfully separated In a 3% hour operatlo ti e' e he hopes to get a law banning
ianese twin girls from Thstilpad geons found that only one vit all wire-taps, legal lan bllegal.n
(qiak) despite their sharing of a organ, the liver, was shared b Legal wire-taps are those au-
ital organ which was cut in half the twins. But they were able to thorzed b the- udcary or by
and divided between them. cut the liver in half and give 4 the head of 4 union or firm who
"',-4e ,.m "th-oid twins, Prissa 'p o t i wants his headquarters or es-
sT and Nhe pit Polpineyo, were join It was the second separation tablishmcnt checked. A union
Sa d of flesh bone and ration n Chicago i a little chef can tap wires goin
to the abdomen.he 11952, doctors at UniversityDof I 'there are scores such taps hooks
They wererpt at the uni 'nois Hospital separated Ro9 g ear Idup right now.
stl home for destitute crip- 4eand Rodney Dee Brodie, who A business executive can tap
ity were joined at the top of tbh.1 Its firm, If he i top officer;
l.- -"ad''" Anything else is legal. ,It's
1 J In the much more difficult Bro- this end of the business which
c'ie operation Roger Jee died a has become a big-mopey rack-
wronth later but Rodney Dee liv. st. It has been reliably report- I
ed and today is thriving, ed that for $830 you can learn
The twin Pulpinyo girls arrived if your wire ia on a tap list.
here March 19 by air from Thai. There are many cases where
land, a country formerly known district attorneys' offices have
as Siam which gave its name to been betrayed by the very po-
Sa the phenomena of 'Joined twins in Uce who have worked on the
the ea-ly 188n's. tap. The prevailing rate for such
The twins are the daughters of betrayal is $500.
Nuk and Chuan Polpinyo, both All these figures come from
School teachers of C h u m p a 1, the man scheduled to appear as
IThaiia'r.. They were acc om pa-one of Celler's key witnesses.
UNIVERSAL I nied by a nurse. jairapon Har. This man is expected to reveal
semsak of the Sangkok Women's publicly for the first time the
A natWr IHcspital where the twins were number and type of gadgets
e, y born. used in electronic eavesilrop-
s8ofut i |m. JChief Sureon Dr. Lester R. ping and the names of those
our o n IDragstedt, chairmann of the tni- who have been using them.
Sshe w your I versity's Dep-rtment of Surgery, If he Is permitted, he also will
his wlatcI lsaid that before the operation it name officials who have killed
mw et Sw~, was n'. known that the liver was evidence and tips gathered by
R to a shrd. the automatic wire-tapping de-
tc for t* or 1o He said the operation disclosed vices.
r t g.ree that the connecting link included Apparently an awful lot of
flesh, muscle a bone of about people have been listening in on
HI m by four inches and the liver. an awful lot of people.
an inches in diameter ard extended
Dragstedt said the critical part
of the surgery came in dividing
the live,. to control bleeeding, a'
gelatin abso-bent was used and
lood vessels were tied off..
The surgeon said the liver was
unusually lsege, indicating t'h at
separate organs of each child had
fused. However he said each
fkj93sm "ith the live* itself.
The name Alamese twasie.asm
"o use in tse early 1880's when
eamw Panas .e ;oined twCns hasa and sg
'ad apeareilaP.T. arum's
circus. Chag sAd Zeg sl e
them and died In la.
Ah, That's the Danget
Walter Winchell In New York
rk~i7114 ~~3 g~ 4 4
419 quota a ds-toed.'
.0u[t .it keep the o ,poo
S"boiot. untii next year's l-o
financial drive. .
Worst record has been made by
Misssisppip, whiehr hau't collect
a cent, and Waah ton it,
which has raised_ oi a eauy
$3.50 of its $41,173 quota. Connec.
ticut, not much better, turn-
ing in only $35,of a $38,627 quota.
Percentagewis, ts.y Virgin Islands
leads the field, having collected
$1,051.67 or slightly over its smi
S850 quota. Most cash has been
raised by Konsa Wlose solid Re-
publicans have "inated $15,241.72,
almost half their $32,300 assess-
Despite the poor collections, GOP
books are in the blapk-which is.
better than the 'Democrats can
boast. The Republican National
Committee has a current bank bal-
once of $156,225 70, of which $38.
874.46 is owed in bills. This leaves
the committee $117.351.24 to the
The GOP campaign committees
on Capitol Hill are also in theI
back, but operating on one finan-
cial cylinder until election year.
The Senatoilal Committee, which
helps elect Republican senators,
has a bank balance of $9,306.93, of
I which $S,05.09 is owed. The Con-
gressional Committee, which. aids
Republicans running for the House,
Pas a bank balance f $,428.95
Iut owes $4,997.64 to the b cil ol-
To spur collections, GOP Finance
Chairman F. P Heffelfn ger is
looking for s field man .who can
squeeze money out 9f 'reluctant
btate organizations. He has his eye
on Alexis Doster, a Citizens for
Eisenrower volunteer, and Aolla
Mottaz, assistant to veteran GOP
money raiser Spencer Olin of the
giant Olin industries.
Tennessee, $1,5.L5' 6,751
9.1 per cent; Taex, SO o
$65,000, L5. p4 e.
of 12,o27. 3. ;.nt,
$847 of 6,973, i ; VI
gniia, $2,020 of
cent; Virgin Il&.
$950, 110.7 ptr t
A 50 of j :41,17 0 i
ren; Wisconsin, 5,
727. 21.3 per cent; Wyoming, 7
of $6,327, 11 per cent.
In addition, the Republican par
has collected $801.03 from miscel
laneous sources, including $10 from
Canada. This adds up to a total
collection of $129,505.5 ,Or-.8 per
cent of the $2,160,410 quoti.
NOTE Next week's financial
drive will be mad e-n Nebraska
where State Finmance Chairman Jo.
seph Wishart is dunning the GOP
county organizations. A eonfdlential
report to national headquarters
states: 'Wishart is having a meet.
;ng of his F in an ce and Budget
Committee on. Sunday, March 27.
As ti the hbusineu nf the meetin.
The Broadway Lights acting? The episode in "Bus Stop" when Kim CONFIDENTIAL NOTE Joe in his letter o cou "hair
Stanley sings "Old Black Magic"...Good to see men says: "1955 country budgets
"Cat On a Hot Tin Roof" 'by Tennessee Wil- Wendy Barris back brightening teevee screens. Commenting on the two, the Re. are to be set -so come and defend
liams is a Must-Tennessee!... The frst-night- She has charm, wit and intelligence. (What publican party's comtroller Ed. yourself."
era were spellbound. His greatest play. The more could you possibly want?) ... The mod- ward Bacher sent heffelfinger a
Town's new No. 1 Hit...First-rate cast. Barbara estyaward goes to Tennessee Williams. Baid he: confidential note last week: "Re- WASHINGTON W. L
Bel Geddes, Burl Ives, Ben Gasmara, Mildred "Sometimes I am a very bad writer Indeed. garding suggestion mentioned in
Dunenock...Ella Kazan directed... Int'l News There is hardly a successful writer in the field your March 14 memore s o m e- Ten GOP leaders called on Gen.
Service critic R. R. Gets's ticket-selling quote: who cannot write circles around me"...Most one from the Ike volunteers serv. eial MacArtaur last month to get
"The best Broadway has t6 offer"...We have six word-merchants wish they had his typewriter Ing as a field man, Mottaz was his views on reorganM.g the Re-
Stading oom Only shows (besides "Cat"): magic. It prints money...Most fascinating line Spencer Olin p right hand man publican party. They beg to the
"T-ttouse of the August Mgon," "Pajama Game," of the week: Time's film man argues that some back in the lin industries and is I Don t-Lke Ike branch of the
i** SlW," "Witness or thb Prosecution," "Silk thesps are products 'of the tilted-pelvic school Lack at his old Job there. Dos- party. ..West Virginia'.grand
Stoe hgs"s nd gBus Stop...K. Hepburn will of naturalistic acting"... "Take My Love" from r has not had feldexperience. H ld Sen. at eely hating on
appear with Old Vie when, 6. Hurok Imports It "Glass Slipper" sounds like music. was working largely ^ here ln Wash- Capitol Hill. tih youlg Dr. Ted
her? next season ,from Brit amin.. .Copycat Dept.: ington office. I doubt whether he H o p k I n s of Evanston,IL, re-
Movie reviewer B. Crowther and drama critic B. Gary Crosby's contrib to J. Benny's program culd beof much help n state marked weariely. o tad
Atkinson (of the Times) used banaF" in reviews indica te4he inherited pop's easy-does-it-styl obo a work ref yone for a wllng. trade
the same sunup...Every-knock's-a-boost item: ...The roadway Theaters are Big Bit. The vane of making any approachto e?. . fPresident "wer'f
A. Godfrey's audience (ac
Factual." (Also Satlsfactial). .Ite Wh fore it opened (In the tryout towns) It received t t secret breakdown i o akan
I Street needs i a good press-agen a $100,00 offer fr one teeveyse rf. Ateritthe blian sta ood. y hsh hea
4euin't look at us!!! closes...The soon-due flicker named "Prodiga as assessed eacpublic state and Continental Coo, W.aywhead
--- .splays B., -foot stte of ,aa. (Imagine e- the amount' each has collected lures tin can for the Alakan sal.
In the Wings: "How come Grace Kelly got re- larging her)...The Jagling Creus coming to here is the alphabetical list: mion industry. The salmon eanners
Instated by MOM?"... "Guess they finalygot to town is the happiest news sce ankee DoodW Alabama has collected $1,96 of have bitterly fought satlehaw d. .
see he In Paramount's "Country Oirl".. .Eaves- It...Not many perfdrmeru are. gifted with a its $11,899 quota, or 14.5 per cent, The Federal Communieatoas .Com-
dropped at 01 Bon: "He comes front a very rich magical quality that completely gets an audi- Alaska collected $380 of $4,115 9.2 mission. concerned over broadcasts
family-his wife's." ence. Jolson had It... So does S. Davis, Jr. Go to per cent; Arizona $1,327.30 of $12,- er Walter Winchell's stock-market
-- the Cops and Enjoy...CBS' "America In the C73, 10.5 per cent; Arkansas, $1,- tips, is quietly investigatioM, what
Making" tells you things about the nation you 150 of $12,792 9 per cent; Califor- to do about them. . .Nucler sci-
The day Carol Haney leaves "j'T ama Game" will be proud to leant. rna, $7149.85 of $191,273, 3.7 per }ntists have developed an amazing
(May 31) her income will quadruple...BillLun- --- cent; Colorado, $65 of $25,327, .3 new atomic process for moating
digan (on tv) said: "It was a pretty exact wep- It may fracture your illusion but the fact Is per cent; Connecticut, $35 of $38,- cheap metals with a Arco, elm-
Ieca." (Quel redundancy-like ridb millionaire) Critics strive to be gentle and kind... Frinstance, 627, .09 per cent; Delaware, $5,797 sive metals. This w" n soaige th
...Former'columnist Sam Grafton's new novel, reviewer John McClain. He took a second peek of $8,873, 65.3 per cent; District of Navy, for example, to C.otkesh,
"A Most Contagious Game," is in the shops... at "Fanny" and reported it better now than at rolum bia, *.60. f $14,456, 4.9 per with a thin sheet of metwl rttaant
Eddie Fisher's "ust One More Time" ditty start- the premiere... The newsmags quoted Nunnally cent:F 1Bdia 694.53 of $10,13 to sea water. .
ed with a 400,000 order...Patti Page's newy, Johnson's comment about Sheree North replac- 76.1 pearr e eorxgia $1,.479 -
"Little Crazy Quilt," is a simple tune that stays ing Marilyn In a role:'1"heree will not act like $14,864 9 petpnt; Hawai, 553
with you...As easy to take as a baby'a smile. Marilyn. She has been instructed to play the of $14,45, 3.8 pe cent; -Robert El le ,as
entire part with her mouth shut"...Shirley Me- U *J
Culture, anyone? The Lyceum Theater (where Lame replaced Carol Haney In "Pajama" for oneIdaho, ,18.- of $11, 00, 1.9 M nSon rop"se
Guy Bolton's adaptation of "Anatasta" Is a hit) performance, was spotted by a movie mogul and ent; Illinois. $5,0 6.50 of $15, A
has an art exhibit in the lounge...Molasses got a Hollywood contract. But b re Cinderella 33 per cen t Indiana, $ .50 S A' Memolori
Dept.: The script for the movie *Untamed," was was touched by the wand, she slaved as a cho- $, 227, 1. r ent; w ent, Kansas
auth'd 9 years ago...Gina Lulu was an unknown rine for six years. (It's never easy).. .Maugham's 1os 12 of $ene ser1cet WASHINGTONa Masetrt (UP)
art student 5 years ago. Since that time she's typewriter-ribbon: "American wives expect the $15cky.72 of 32,$1300,f.2 per cent, -WAResolutions were Introduced In
!'become an international figure with 20 flickers sort of perfection from their husbands that ,ent' Louisiana, $2.231 $13,382, the Senate and House yesterday
....Meet WW, the casting director: When they English wives expect only from their butlers." 167 per cent; Maine, $289.50 of to make Robert E. Leese man-
announced a casting-hunt for the actor to play $14,573, 2 per cent; Maryland, $2 sion it Arlington National Cem-
Lindbergh (in his biografilm) the col'm suggest- Sweet Brown-Eyed Baby" Is a emeh to be 1 of 4 ,527 2.7 per cent; Massa. etery a permanent memorial to
ed Jimmy Stewart. He was signed for t last adopted by the Jnke boxes... Gilbert Millteis chusetts, $367 of $77,900, .5 per the great Confederate general.
week...Pageant's back cover features a bald- oratory: '...the queaily gallant I is March. 7cent; Michigan, $1,657.55 of $110,
headed gal...There are a dozen disc versions (He Means Iris is tinln)...Odd Note: Variety 827, 1.5 per cent; Minnesota, $1,- The resolutions were Introdue-
of "Song from Desiree." Bing's is a Beaut... reveals that rain and Lent lowered Broadway :9S of $47,500, 2.8 per cent; ed by Sen. Estes Keatuver (D-
John Wayne's proclamation: "I happen to like movie roses. The same week theater box-offi- Tenn) and Rep. Joel T. Breyhll
girls. All girls." (That's whatcha call being dem- efs soared...Mllton Q. Ford, the new ABC em- Mississippi has -collected nonew 4 a R-Va.) The mansion already is
ocratic) ...Denise Lor's description of a cockdull oee (on "Baslially Sound"), Is Marie Wilson's its $1,35 quOta~ Msouri, $1,183. .owned by the government and
oarty: "Where the conversation is over your kid bradda...Stop the presses flash: Grey-eyed sg of $6,327 1$ ,per cent; Mon. is open to the public but does
head or below your belt." people are said to live longer...Cafe Soclety's tana, $1,092.31 of $9,500, 11.5 per not have memorial status.
-- Chris Rofer, who waited on tables at Dinty
Have you entered the new Runyon Fund Con- Moore's (waiting for a break), t In Movietown
test which ends midnight April 18th?...Enclose for a test...Memo to the Jelke set: George CIP ", r AN A
$1 (to fight cancer, please) with each entry... Washington said It: "Always assobiato with men _______
As many entries, as. you. wish The theme: of good quality, If you esteem your own reputa-
"Name your choice for President in 1956 and tion"...On Brodway (among cheaters of both -
Why?"...In 25 words or less...If you do not sexes) the fipe IS: "Never go for anyone who has / -
wish to write an essay--eend the $1 along-with not as much to lose as yo have" The colyms
your straw vote-to see how it comes out.. .Ad- allege Maron's roman with Josanne is not so m
dress: Runyon Fund, Box 711, Grand Central romantic. Months ago s quote. from YTrrop
Station, N.Y. 17, N.Y.....The last time we ran was: "The world will not wreck Jesanne's and
that theme Ike ran away with it.. .The idea In- my love" Sen. Fulbright was talked Into that
furlated Truman, who said: "Can't we stone that boomerang Inquiry by a Washington radio eom-
guy In N.Y.? Before It becomes a trend!" The mentatos. Now FRlbiht will be remembered by I
election confirmed our postcard poll! these labels yhieh will stick: The N.Y. Dally A
News: "The Fiulbight Cloud"...The Mirror's:
Sinatra's platter. "Two Hearts," has the most "The Fulbriht D slon".. .The Torch: When
pleasant vibrations. Golden tinkles...What is You've Stfll o It After She's Bad It!
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OgWoTHER with officials of the International Boy Scouts of the Canal Zone, Col. H. 0. Pax-
saon acting governor of the Canal Zone and president of Scout Council 801, Boy Scouts of Amer-
ea, Inspects the members of the International Boy Scouts at a review given In his honor at the
---,soball park. From left to right are Paxson, Ellis L. Fawcett, president of the Interna-
ItWMi Boy Scout Council; Raymond George, International Boy Scout executive; James Has-
So. International Boy Scout commissioner and Romeo Miller, Atlantic Side district com-
One of the most colorful e-I the finest institutions for h el Ip-I
wints in the eight-year histo r y ing to lift the standard of
* of the International Boy Scouts youth."
of the Canal Zone was the re-
view #taged at the Paralso ball The committee on arran g e-
park recently in honor of Harry ments for the review headed by
0. Paxon, acting governor of Raymond .George, 8 c o u t ex-
the Canal Zone, and President ecutive, was composed of James
.tCOuncil 801, Boy Scouts of A- Hassocks, Scout commissioner,
merlca. Romeo G. Miller, Atlantic dis-
trict commissioner, P e a r 1 E.
Pr.ediely at 9:30 a.m. t he Ford, Pacific district comm Ias-
tras.i under the command of sooner, Danny Foster Cu b com-
the. rsp-ective Scoutmast e r s missioner, Cyrill A t h e r I e y
moved nto position led by the neighborhood commis a 1 on er,
AtfatficlA e Boy Scout b a n d CUve Baileyfneighborhood com-
w-a-hfuruoished the music f o r missioner, cyril A t h e r I e y,
the oatlre ceremony. chairman, Pacific district, Dud-
Att r the troops had taken up ley Woodson, neigr b o r h o od
thir poattlons, they were re- commissioner, Edward Green,
V T' .dby Paxson who congrat- chairman, Atlantic district, andl
e~4le leader on the splen-
,'" ',"y a ce A th, _aIy. -
the Te of %ero- 1,
.-.. t ,bouquet by Mrs.
awett on behalf of the 4MIRICAN TYPE
ahwas followed by the ClARETTE
]m ottlou-to Paxson of a let- ADE IN PANAMA
et 'aed a "Thank You" badge
Sh'Alfred: Osborne, fI rst
9' 8Mr nt of the Internatio n a 1 Now you can enjoy the mi
Ff."9outs of the Canal Zone.
.i president E I I a s blended cigarettes you've al
a1*M.td In his introduction of liked and pay much less for
VP Miid ''that zfelther time
Waee could eradicate the Try an IBTMERO. they're
akich the colonel had
carw In the hearts of those
In ly axson expressed
his and encour aged
to continue to work LNE T B
fortebetterment HErE BLENDED TO BE
o rate community i e s.
*ie said, "is one of 4 Wb-ed .a lhr N i
all the scoutm asters in the
movement. The paraiso troop
committee under the chairman-
ship of Fred Wason was respon-
ible or the serving of refresh-
Approximately 300 boys and
leaders attended the r e v i e w.
Manf officials of the Pana m a
Canal Company-Gove r n m e n t
anl other specially invited
guests were present to see the
review. Gov. John S. Seyb ol d,
who was unable to be present,
sent his regrets in a letter
which was read to the audience
YA RD LEY
CHICAGO. March 31 (UP) -
ol.'Robert R. McCormick, 74.
tor and publisher of the Chi-
Igo ~ibune, is seriously ill and
took a turn for the worse yester-
day at hi suburban Wheaton
home, his physician reported.
McCormick has been in and
out of hospitals several times in
the last two months suffering
from an internal ailment, the
nature of which was not .made
The Tribune Issued a brief
statement which said:
"Dr. Theodore R. Van Dellen,
physician in charge of the case
of Col. R. McCormick, editor and
publisher of the Tribune, .ild
today that Col Mccormick's
condition had taken a turn for
the worse and that he is in se-
McCormick, noted over the
decades for his vigorous edito-
rial campaigns agalfst prohibi-
tion, the "New Deal," British
imperialism and "global inter-
vention." was operated on at
Passavant Hospital Jan. 19. The
surgery was reported by the
Tribune as the removal of adhe-
sions between the large Intes-
tine and bladder.
Seven days later he left the
hospital and went to his winter
home at Roynton Beach, ]la:, to
rest and recuperate.
He returned to Chicago this
month and entered Wesley
Memorial. Hospital March 10 or
"examination." He left the hos-
pital last Tuesday and went to
his Wheaton home, Cantignyl
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6-Week Course For Teachers
Teachers throughout Latin the ticket oi ices of Pan Amer-
a can spend six weeks lean World Airways.
g summer attending the Uni- The six-week course starts Ju-
So Miami, living On its ly 6, ends Angust 12. Teachers
240-acre campus, i.nd mill be lodged In the main cam-
Sjoylng the host of cultural pus residence halls which con-
rt city for only $222. room. bath and two to three
at sum includes six weeks bedrooms.
6. e"-4 tion for the University's Meals,will be served in the
e Education Workshop, Imain cafeteria of the Universl-
arters and all meals. City's Student Club overlooking
workshop. designed to fit the lake.
.,needs and Interests of en- I The workshop will devote
deals with development mornings to discussions and lee-
reraft up to the present; tures. Afternoons will b spent
-ihal background of man's in individual and group investi-
of the air; social, poll- gations at Miami's Internation-
a1d economic con-equen- al Airport where Pan American's
--f air transport; study of Overhaul Base, world's largest
world's air transportation aircraft maintenance center, I.
tions, routes, and op- located.
al problems. Some as- There'll .be plenty of fun when
of aircraft operation and school isa out. The University of
Sated fields,' such as weather, Miami Symphony Orchestra fea-
Na&gation and safety develop- tures popular concerts with top
nets, will be discussed, soloists every Sunday night. Its
Ring Theater on the campus is
Open to any certified teacher, preparing a full schedule of
i. the workshop's aim is to prepare summer presentations. The Uni-
S-*Irollees to assist their pupils versity's Lowe Gallery, its na-
_. gaining an understanding of ture trips, dances and swimming
S'we air age. Either graduate or parties (fresh water pool and
undergraduatee credits may be ocean,, art classes, movies, and
rned. facilities for canoeing, tennis
Illustrated brochures, desrrib- .jnd other sports, guarantees
in detail this educational entertainment for every type of
Favel bargain,, are available at taste.
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of the hotel, Mario Luthy, at left. Mr. aad Mn. Altfoe SaUTv
of Panama, eater, and at the far right, Mls Barnett, D blo
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to her yesterday morning the Abrook Offler's Club Seen with her are some of -
nds.I who'tOrehostelsf aor the occasion. Reading fitm lift to right-are: Mrs. W. I.
WOr.. 'Mrs. A. M. FPattersonl, Mrs. Bary" 0. Pane., mother of the bride to be, .Ms
mad Mrs. Harry Ransom. irs. Melvin Doolittle was -also a hostel fr the if-
ri is-ot Nancy's and Mrs. Paxson were .present to offer good wishes. Miss Paxson, Is
tenrof NA. Gov. and Mrs. HarryPaxsonsRand will soon be the bride of Lt. (Jg) William
K ARTY ON ALFBNABlEo n
RIFXZZU QUENT WORLD CRUISE
A.oiktallrtywanheld last night aboard the Swedish
aJqy "abben." which is on a six month training
dapai wevnit by
popular ... than she hasa ever
He warned a dinner meeting
of the American Heritage Pro-
tective Committee that AI hilo-
sophy has grown f o proclat ling
a centralized national govern-
ment best qualified "to deter-
mine what a in the best inter.
igr er...PanamanianIeconomic cir es wen- as'..-- -J ni.s--- -- -
,w ,ss..na.flsder, Captain W. Edenbes,. ests of all our citizen& "
Cufi add Mrs. H. O. Paxson represented the Governor
of iLt ant Zone, and Mr. Brynolf Eng. (Swedish Minister This philosophy reached its
f16r Psapm, ColOmbl .and Ecuador) and Mr. rE headed peak in the Supreme Court rul-
Use iqa1 ndlavlan colony on the Isthmus. There were ap- ing against seaprate schools for
Sdinavian coony on the ms 100 gusspresent. whites and Negroes--"the great-
'hip tea 0nslted the Canal this morning, en route to the est single blow that has eve,
bnI (r epblc.It Ib the first time for 82 years that a been s ruck against constitu-
arvessel has been on a round-the-world cruise, tional and local government,.
aa atttIu IItwas sailing ship. The Alfsnabben is also Talmadge said.
0- firs wedish Navy ship to transit the Canal for 27 years.
lts back in her country early y. merit to the people, the better
."' that government is because it
Mrs. tMpen -. Leave Passover Seder remains close to the people un-
mr 'yvfg," .Ie Slates Reservations Open der their watchful eyes and in
Trsra t la Remon, wife of The traditional Passover Seder their custody," he said.
late Preea nt Antonio Remon, for military personnel. and their In urging passage of the
wID le a nama Saturday for families, sponsored by the Na- Bric er Amenpdment 0o the Con-
a of0" visit *.the tlopal. Jewip welfare Boardt stuon, Tama said the
Wla are rntUbet held aWrQtbe Hotel T1v19, Unitedl-astates Iston~y nations
Sn l W nesday, April 6, at 6:30 p.Mfl. 1 Thid-orld I treaties
Oar Civlians desiring to attenoi oan take prec e> pr' do-
aai'will please call the USO-JWB meae law.. ., -
.bRRe non Armed Forces Service Center, ....
iS __ .Balboa 1072 before Monday, A- "Such a loophole should be
S- pril 4, for reservations. plugged apd the people. ot our
.. --ton should act pa slledily as
i V rcnn (For more society news please possible to close it by constu-
I toted Version pa possible to close it by conetu-
turn to page 7) lonal amendment."
ti ---- .The billions of dollars we have
.^ 5Igiven foreign nations has led
STal a them to "'ump their financial.
ck On Air e #Wrp s i TaIuq problems on thy.taxpayer, of
-Americ, and they do it- with the
March 31 (UP)- AfveUled threat that they will be
YSupevme beard of in- sa AaUi less friendly to Uncle Sam in
=r .....the future.. he *aid.
a d f nlDesfriengal dn o
ll version of'Take SAN ANTONIO, Tex. March 31
It which went off ,(UP) FPorme Gov. Herman
S.'ears agO. will Talmadge of Geortgia last night
H the i .".ila renewed his attack on the U.S.
a'emi televton Supreme Court's ruling against i
,. ; cool.aegregation and called a-
i-t ttI a r to fsao for approval of the Bricker
nt wfll have to AknWea tment limiting the Presal.
.......m. oe-t appear- dent1 treaty-making powers.
40:'-oJ.+Ue Jackpot, Talmadge also criticized the
ie'll have to sit foreign aid program of -the
Ii-proof, sight-proof United States which he said. In-
th to maintain his purl- Itead of winning new friends for
-r' #MaBr" the audience, this nation has made it "less
-'*i. ,-.. (I^ ^ ^ ^ ^
SIBERT L DGE
A. F. & A. M.
I fune al service for our late brother Joseph
Iea. atheowitz who died March 28, 155 will be son.
tetl al Sibert Ledge A F. & A. M. In the Masonle
ple,' Gatsa, C. L Friday April 1, 1955 at 2:0 p.m.
WRAduber of th*. fratemi4 and friends of the de-
are invited to the service.
SWHI HUMAN P. GARRETT
f^, Weafipful Master.
-. ; p' -
..- w .: '*- t -'^
,.. .. -.. .+ -- .
Mrs. fiPs.on Fnredr
h nmebbtdl( younG meSme
bw of New JTek aset M n
SPod's Cold Cret to keep
. her oeempleMae at 5 .l*3heet.
M, Cm moya "YoPdrs (ColdA
Ceama mk. sm ikin fed
softer, (r cba.-qo WIukI,
says Mrs. ,Gu sl
BEAUTIFUL WOMEN all over she
world are devoted to this one
special skin cie . they find
it so quick, easy-so sure.
For Pond's Cold Creamn itspe.
fifically designed to soltea and
lift out destructive dirt that sticks
in pore-openingp, encouraging
large pores, blackheads.
Each Pond's Cold Creaming
cleanses deep-down . makes
your skin look clearer, smoother,
finer in texture.
Make a iV wry .-gt ot-w-
1. Circle fluffy fnlerfuls of
Pond's Cold Cream up and out
7 lew master COressa
Prom New York. California sad WrSA.
the prettest new ceusetloe of Ef ter dra8eM
just for you at Baster stne!t .
llewom &aster jWas
Suter is not complete without a
from Felix'sa large 3ew'colledMfltl
rww iterhi bat
o new ester style tinst I,
and wailting for you.
from throat to forehead. This
circle-cleanaing frees embedded
dirt. Stimulates lazy circulation.
Tissue off wel.
2. Now, "rinse" with fresh
fingerfuls of Pond's Cold Cream.
Tissue off lightly-leaving in-
visible traces of the cream to
soften and protect your skin.
Start now. See how quickly
your skin looks newly smooth,
7 ew costumee eIelry
Earrings, necklaces, Bracelets,
lust out, just right for master.
If you aregoing to the Interior for Eauter,
you'll want t see our entirely new sleetlon of
New Sportswear, newV Swimsults, new beach baSg
and new bathing caps studded with flowers.
Everything is new for Easter at Felix'st
Discointslup to 60%
~~~~~~- 1 ^} S. * ^
April 1 hru April 15
Here Are A Few Star Values
AMPLIFIERS AND PRE-AMPS
Pickering Control Unit .......... 135.00
Grommes Professional Preamp .... 135.00
Grommes Control Unit *......... 57.50
Mcintosh Ctntrol Unit ......... 80.00
Bogen Baton amplifier w 'control 225.00
Quad Hi-Fi" amplifier w/cohtrol .. 237.50
(25 cycle factory model also)
Fisher 50 watt amplifier ........ 220.00
Fisher 25 watt amplifier ........ 145.00
Fisher Hi-Li Filter ....;......... 40.00
Fisher Pie-Amp equalizer ....... 32.50
Fisher Pre-amplifier ............ 135.00
Pentron Tape recorders ........
Audioaphere Tape recorder ......
Weboor 3 speaker tape recorder ..
Altec-Lansing 604-C 1" .... 229.00
Altec-Lanesing 602.A 15" .... 160.00
No. 21 Central Avenue .-P BOTIB tTOIS .- N]o.
6 TiveU Avenue
Webcor Maeutro 3.speed Ponegraf .
in portable carrying cse ...... 67,50 46.00
Weboor Midge 3-speed portable .
In plutfo currying oaa# ..... '42.150 l3.00
Webcor-3 apeed hangers e
w/'oernlmo pickups on metal base 66.0t0 5000
Thorens 3tIp-ed changers
w/cerarespkup t ........... 5. W D0 4.00
WebowerCeck Widlos .......... 5.690 400Q
M41i 4* p a.. ...... &...... .. 35%, dle6% ftt,
*_ I I '1.n II I ;i -
-Wiesae starts with shice eotfei
Sam, the world'a fine and br
9 pure, d ,eilo f esoten. en, the
magic of a new "Jet Proces"e .
plodes it into mflioni of tiny, ric
g.s of Neafld( I
s. "n so m coffee.da.hl *Pico
ed with pure coffee pfoeea do*
neecaud really gins lut *
Don't waSt. injoy this first ufit
isl got! ,e le to t" m
Sitn, eraey wO. Try 1w
100% Pur Instaat Coffee *1'.
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TB PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDbEFM"ENT DALT MNEWbPA"R
I 12 WORDS
YOU CAN PLACE YOUR ADAT 14 DIFFERENT LOALITIES IN THE CITY.......
Index pensive W ,
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 57 "H" STREET, PANAMA
7 Street No. 13
4th of July Ate. & J St.
Juste Arosemena Ave. and 33 St.
182 La Carranqnllla
Caenral Ave. 4
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
No. 3 Lottery Plasa
Fourth of July Amv.
Agenda Internal. de Publicaciones
45 Central Ave.
Parque Lefevre T Street
Ave. TwhoU No. 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
148 CeoIMl AVe.
Se Street Ne.
1 _ _ i i 'mw I I iI.
J. ea %do la O'm Avm. MW. 41
6HE PANAMA AMARICAN
Itret Ne. 5
Via Npga. Ave.
Drs. A. mid E. ORILLAC
"Chirepractic adds life to veers.
and years to life."
U Per* Awvene Tel. 3-M
i talock from Lus TheaTre
AGENCIAS JIM RIDGE
Phone Panama 2-0552
4th of July Avenue No. 14-23
Daily s:001:Oi and 130-. 00
aturdays 9:00 to 1:00
Canal Zone Dental Polyclinic
Dr. C. E. Fabrega D.D.S.
'lell (4th of Jul)> Ave. No. 21A24
(opposite Ancon School Playground)
Telephone 2-201 1-PanamaA.
CANAL ZONE LADIES...
ANDS of skill create
XUADS of beauty for Easter
Balboa Tel. 3677.
~everw y kind of muscle ache and'
Spangled jaded nerves; at the El
Masasge Salon. Tel. 3-1660.
ten. 638, from 10 a.m. to 7 pjm.
ilBillBa Massage Salon
IT IAXTR .SA.
.......s -2441 2-2562
SPANAMA RHOlN SCHOOLL
Jumping cles... deilv
5 P.M. ft .3-0279
ar by appointment...
weeper S hool
FOR SALE: Living room set,
plastic upholstered; mahogany
tables; mohogony double bed;
Encyclopedia Americana w/-
bookcase. Phone 2-3077.
FOR SALE: -3-piece modern
bedroom suite. Mengil: Ifght
oak dresser, chiffonier, double
bed inew Half price. Les
Cumbres 4th St. 414; Phone
FOR SALE: Cheap: Electric
clocks, porcelain table, washing
machine, ironing board, dry clos-
et, mattress, pillows, baby bug-
gy. bookcase, fancy shelves,
swivel chair..tools, sewing ma-
chine, grass rug, tricycle, hobby
horse, surf rod, blow torch. sol-
dering iron, large micrometers,
other items. Phone 2-1596.
1513-A Akee Street. Balboa.
Now Its Point
To Hide Objects
TORONTO. March 31 T(UP -)
John D. Laun, president of the
Canadian Inventive and .9cipn-
tific Association, said Tuesday
his grouD possesses a formula
for a paint that can hide ob-
jects from radar.
He declined to reveal details
because, he said, the formula
would make one of the greatest
defenses against aerial attack,
powerless. The CISA holds com-
mercial exploitation rights to
the product in Canada.
Laun said the paint was de-'
veloped by two Swiss inventurs
who were flown to the Pentagon
in Washington where the for-
mula was put to extensive tests
Besides its anti-radar power,
the paint will withstand acid or
alkali corrosion and tempera-
tures up to 900 degrees centi-
grade, he said.
Miller Trial Reeals Plot
With Gangland Overtones
FOR SALE:- 1953 Ford Con-
vyrtible. Secrifi uale. Excellent
condition. Radi, w/s/w, under-
coat. Make en offer. Phone 84-
6182 evening. Kebbe 118-A.
FOR SALE: Bargain, 1953
Clevrolet $1200. Leaving for
States Saturday. 5330 Davis,
Call 2.311 6.
FOR SALE:-1954 Morris Minor
2-door jedan. Office 83-4225,
SFOR SALE:-1947 Kaiser Se-
dan. Low mileage, one owner,
$265. 5615-I1 Dioblo. Phone
FOR SALE:-1952 Dodge four-
door seden. New paint job. Run
like a Mew car. Priced to isel
SMOOT & HHUNNICUTT, S. A.,
Colon. .Phone 800.
FOR SALE: Bargain. 1953
Chevrolet Station Wagon. Low
m iI lea g e. Excellent condition.
Good tires. S#OOT &r HUNNI-
CUTT, $.A., Colon. Phone 800.
FOR SALE:-Bargein. only
$750, 1951 Studebaker 4-dpor
sedan. Good condition. Low mile-
age. SMOOT & HUNNICUTT,
S.A., Colon. Phone 800.
FOR SALE:-Be roe in, 1947
Plymouth Club Coupe. Good
transportation, and mechanical
condition good. Only $275.
SMOOT & HUNNICUTT, S. A.,
Colon. Phone 800.
FOR SALE:-Bargain. "Priced to
sell." 1950 pickup, beauty,
paint. good tires. Only $175.
SMOOT & HUNNICUTT, S. A.,
Colon. Phone 800.
FOR SALE:-Bargain. only
$245, 1947 Dodge Convertible
C o u p e. Good transportation.
Price can't be beat. SMOOT &r
HUNNICUTT, S.A., Colon. Tel-
FOR SALE:- 1950 Ford Con-
vertible with radio, good me-
chanical condition. Can be fi-
anced. Can beo seen at 45th
:. Bells Vista No. 41-07. from
Sto 7 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet,
10 months, good condition.
$1500. Not duty paid. Call Pan-
La Boca Hiah School
FOR REJNT.-Small chalet, one
bedroom, living dining room,
kitchen. Moderate rent. General
Jose6de Sirn Martin Ave. No. 6,
FOR RENT:-Wooden end co-.
crete house, 2 bedrooms, living
room. dining room, kitchen, two
bathrooms. Street before "Bar-
riade Domingo' Diaz," House
No. 9. Write Box 422 Ancon.
FOR RENT: Second floor of
residence on General Jose Sen
Martin Avenue No. 6: Four bed-
rooms. living room, dining room,
kitchen. large porch. Inquire
FOR RENT:-3-bedroom chalet.
Betania 301. Comfortable. Tel-
ATTENTION G.I.1 Just built
modern furnished apartments, I.
2 bedrooms, her. cold water. Tel.
FOR RENT:-Furnished and un-
furn;,hed 2 and 4-room modern
apartments. Contact Alhambra
Apoarments. 10th Street. Phone
FOR RENT: Apartment, two
bedrooms,. 2 porches, very inde-
pendent. Furnished $85. unfur-
nished $75. 43rd Street # 1-91.
FOR RENT: Modern apart-
ment, two bedrooms, living-din-
ing. 5 closets. 97 Justo Arose-
mena Avenue. Apply top floor.
FOR RENT:-2-bedroom apart.
ment in duplex house. Refriger-
ator, stove. garage, fenced yerd,
laundry tubs. American neigh-
bors. 9th Street. Son Francisco,
$80. Call Gambeeo 6-206.
FOR RENT:-One-bedroom fur-
nished apartment on Ave. Peru,
facing the park. Phone 3-3099
FOR RENT:-2-bedroer apart-
ment: Living-dining reom, bath-
room, maid's rm with bath-
Sroom, includes garoea. El Can-
grjo "A" Street. Phone 3-2148.
FOR RENT:-Ona or two-bed-
room furnished apartments., well
located and good neighborhood.
cool and quiet. Phone 3-0276
.A BAY MINETTE, Ala.. March 31 character disappeared two nights M -J,--g- o .-----0-.
ai From .v O (UP) A witness testified yes- later. -raduallon Set FOR RENT: To responsible
~inv' ...r... terday that he and prospector Miller's body was not d!scov- party only, furnished two-bed-
1. Ation exercises... for the Leroy E. Miller discovered a gold ered until six months after the U a-n!- room apartment. screened 5130.
aruation exerc rAAA mine worth 15 million dollars in5killing and then only a skeleton For uunduy MNiU0 l1g House No. 7. 35th Street. on
Class in the rs i Mexico shortly before Miller wa iremalned. He was identified b) block from the Lux Theater. For
Itaon, Sk pac sd took slain in what the state called althe bullet wound in the arm. ra uaton .i fr th further information phone Qui-
School iPacit c ud ed too Iplot with ?aRr-'"nd overtones to, The defense again tried to ..Grad .no tes.. the. a ano 2-2718.
oace lace at 903rd eadqu obtain his wealth. impeach the testimony of the 95 members of the senior class'-- _.------- p-- -
ort Clay prosecution's star witness the I a o cupaIonal FOR RENT: Furnished aport-
SHarry officerr of the 65th ntan- The testimony from Nelsonlond, 20-year-old wifeof con- ookSunday morning athe nt two bedrooms. ell Vi-
aft Artillery Groupte65th, antwarded Hamilton of Foley, Ala., high- demned killer Samuel J. ulorn- La Boca Theerr gon el etor1.very cool $110.
a.nif ar ndl"congr -ulatd ,-ea lighted the second day of buls- beck." BcTe t".hone31 .
i;.n' oaas and sue asul o e"...l.ionessmnan Howard Harden's first- Mrs. Hornbeck, convicted as a Included on the program will
o tb on sucyseesser comur." -degree murder trial. Harden and bank robbery ssory,testiefielbe the preenatio of th Wall, ....
on te or student of heur lass three gangFters already convict- she overheard Haraen disc-.'s of Fai.e" award by acting Gov SiX 11L u nanlts
alph. tude Pickard Battery ed of murder or bank roooPiy, the murder with her husband, H. 0. Paxson to R. T Ellis. retir- I
03rd AAA Battalion main- are accused of fatally shooting Albert S. Denton. and Burtcn ed vice principal of the La Boca -
A e903rd AAA B-ge of 99.5 perthe 36-year-old Miller at a des- Lewis Heflin Jr. She said Ha.- High School. The award is given u6I lIIV r Bars
S t ho uged an houtth o i e ksolate Mobile County field In den promised the men $10,000 each year to a person sectell by
t throughout the alx wees Setember 1952. then and $50,000 more after the the faculty of the La Bcca 3?hool 1 Du
It. Wchoolliam Catheng. l. officer n The state claims Harden mas- killing. According to Mrs. Horn- cn the basis of their service to At Fort Bobbe
t. William cathell, officer n terminded the murder and told beck, the money was to be paid huma-: 1.. plroLessional -uccess.
ge of the kyr e t he killers they would receive out of the estate by Mrs. Pearl and personal achievemnt. ved t old
ool" has taket ofer of $60,000 for the job from Millers Miller, a striking brunette in Ellis, who :tired Jan. 1. after Iver replaced th as e gold lastf
of executivee offi beautiful widow after the estate her early 30s. 32 .ears of seice wl h week, in the case of five unior
"A" 903rd AAA Battallon was settled. Bank robbers Denton and nal Zone School Division, has officers o Ae 33rd Infeantr rcom-
aaes of the school Hamilton told the circuit court Heflin already have been con- be.n elected to receives the n
34 g es i uy that he and Miller, who evicted for their part in the mu- nor this year. His picture will handing officer presented them
.OPYs Charles PsHena, mDo- owned two Cadillacs. two boats der and are serving prison be hung in the La Boca h with first lieutenant's Se
SRoy, Eliseo Hernandez wand a private plane, flew to terms. Hornbeck is awaiting ex-1 School together with the pilc- Promdted were Lts. Johnnie
Lopez, Maxie Riley. Lew- Mexico aust before- Miller disap- ecution for killing a policeman iures of the other members se- W. Summers, Jr., Charles .au-
Drake, George MacNeil, e o his fishing lodge at in Jacksonville. Fla. Elected in previous years. ghey. Calvin W. Moran, Richard
C. Duncan, Leon Ras ;Bn secour, Ala. The prosecution called a sur- C. Conrad and Jack E. Schoon-
oseph proctor, Frankln He said they discovered a gold praise witness in an effort to link The commencement program over.
hBer. Irvin Wbir B mine the believed was worth 15 Harden with the gang of bank will Include the class va editor' Summers, platoon leader in
Smillon oars and that they robbers and killers. Harden also adressby Miss Ruby Willia Company F, arrived in the l
,Ralphd MPtc SntdEr were returning to the United faces federal charges of harbo- ian thesaltory address Zone in January 1955. He s from
g Otanid m" MSL' te States to arrange financing of Ing bank robbers at his seclud- lie ictes Elmina Smiu Walterboro, S.C. and was sta-
; ser nt Chr Le the mining operation ed Gulf Shores. Ala., home. will gve the student address. prior
S.Martlnez-Rivera, .T. Mar-i Hamilton said Miller attended John J. Sullivan, Savannah. Russell S Johns rini i to his present assignment.
is adl n a s a party in Mexico and was shot Ga., attorney, testified that the high shooln ill preser Haughey, platoon leader In
I7 Raulobert Spraln, Jand nthe arm by a drunk, delaying; Harden made arrangements for members of the graduate cl Company A. arrived on the Isth-
ti anel rvaes n their return to Alabama. Tnelhim to defend Heflin and Horn- to Sigurd E. Esser. superinte. mus in September 1954. His
nies r t? ltwo later flew back to Alabama beck after thev were jailed for dent of Schools who will presert hometown is Merchantville. N.J.
strther, A. Casi with Miller's arm still in a slng. the $82,000 robbery of a savan- the diplomas. The Rev. Ciarene Moran, platoon leader in Comr
I dNegrtn-uS te James Hamilton said the fabulous nah bank. W. Hayes. priest-in-charge of St. pany 1, -gas been in the Zone
aRoid Peter. ti Proft1 Christopher's Church in Pio since September 1954. RHis la
auft D. McCarync r Abajo, will pronounce both the assignment was at Fort Knox,
R IS* D Ma y. ean wit a invocation and the benediction y. He is from Morgantown, W.
"7mkyaweepero nwtan h rpa -T Music during the commence- Va. and now lives with his wife,
1 Usm "pe w to rar TT I ment will be furnished by tie Evelyn and one child.
I des igeI to. "Ilestoye. I- La Boca high school orchestra
target until itS s deoed ~ Betteries Sod. under the direction of Gllber.o Conrad, platoon leader in
S enlm S kys weer is pred- TIRES&A TUBES A. Perez and the high school company H. came to the Canal
being installed in he deE o TU S "lee club under the direction of Zone it September 1954 from
of the Panama Canal. N* 31 R. Joseph. Fort Jackson, S.C. He is a pre-
Automobile Row Admission to the exercises ill graduate of Rut ers univer-
ief ... el. -4624 be by invitation only. sity and a native Yoriker.
S S ul L a Schoemover is Public Intmera-
NEW TIRES U g TIRE Eisenhower Jokes tion ocer and aassxta.t -2
W O MBa 3of therl- f Ifantry. Prior to hisin
e.. 100 Level About Squirrels Se arrive the Caa Zone in.
1w a 6thSeptatnk r 1954, he served at Ft.
1 t Line 670X15 $ President Eisenhower suggest- Ka r -. ed asan-e-
31 G) GUARANTEED 12 Months rela deported from the Wite
SShe Bl W-a A Eck WAl iWhite $ f they are unhappy.th e
M .p w radio 10x16 13.75 Jokingly. the President told his
670x15 14.75 16.85 .j a freedom he would love '
800Z 15 $11A y. But he thought t*re
I7taki 15.60 18.70 0laRld be an Inquiry made a- 1
760x15 17.05 20.75 21- the squirrels to avid at
I U0^.xW 18.70 22.45' WHITE WALL $1A rl d the deeloupmet o
3~43~ i$i 232*8 -uirrels were *
!" a i i-al II ilth N marf aroun
FOR RENT:k- k IBeach-hm
Cliff AcrM. Sleps 3. Phone l.-
bee 3022 ffter 5 p.m.
FOR RENT.-Lakefro t ettgel,
vicinity of Bkr Harbor, Maine.
Every eonveniem. Acecmme-
dotes iiz. Fishing, swimming and
beating. Cool climate. Available
June, July, August. Phn.M 2-
FOR RENT.-2-.droom chalet,
on corner of Vi.r aspeAo nd
Cello Colombia No. 2, $130.
For further infermetin phone
FOSTER'S COTTAGES, one mile
past Santo Clara. Low rates-
Phone Balboa 1866.
WILLIAMS' Santa Clara Beach
2-bedroom. Phone Balboa 3050.
Phillips. Oceanside cottage ,..
Santo Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877, Crlsto-
Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gamboa
Boldwin's apartments for ent at
Santo Clara. Phone BelbIa 3611
SHRAPNEL'S furnished houses
on beach at Santa Clare. Tele-
phone THOMPSON, IBlbee
Ballroom Dance Classes for Pro-
Teens r Teenagers are now
forming. Register now by calling
mornings Balboa 2-4239, after
5 p.m. call El Panama studio
Pen. 3-1660 suite 111. Classes
will start April 2nd at 9 e.m. &
, 10:30 at Balboa YMCA. 12:30
p.m. & 2 p.m. at El Panama
Hotel studio. O NLY teenage
classes will be held at Balboa
YMCA 16-1Vz Hour lessen &r
Free danee book. ONLY $10.00.
HARNETT & DUNN.
en route to Floride. Can Sneem-
medate two on share the ex-
pons banis. April. Freak Poeter.
Belboe Yacht Club.
POSITION WANTED:- Experi-
eneed housekeeper, exc llo t
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Boats & Motors
FOR' SALE:-21' sailbeet with
5-hp. auxiliary engine. Sleeps
two. Tel. 2-1478 er 2.2762,
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Nebraska Convicts Surrender
After 65-Hour Rebellion
LINCOLN, Neb., March 31 (UP) I Anderson laid down harsh
Eight convicts yesterday sur- terms 15 days for each rebel
rendered and released two host- in the prison "hole," 60 days in
age guards after a 65-hour solitary confinement and 90 days
rebellion at the Nebraska State in segregation.
Prison and officials promptly ac- But the rebels agreed and the
caused the guards of "laxity." uprising ended. Released nn-
The convicts bowed to hunger harmed with the guards was an-
pangs and the stern demands of other prisoner, Gerald Hoffman,
Gov. Victor E. Anderson In end- Dallas, Tex., who took no part in
ing their riot. the riot and was held by the
Rebels and hostages alike other convicts as a third hostage
wolfed their first real meal since Hagard and red-eyed, the re-
Sunday and then most of them bels were clapped in regular cell
fell into exhausted slumber, in- In the main part. tf the-rio
cluding Anderson. to await their confinement.- the
Deputy Warden Don B. Green- "hole," cells on the first floor of
tioltz said the captive guards, the detention building where
Warren Miller, 43, and Eugene most unruly convicts are con-
Swanson, 34, "were lax in hand- fined.
ling the men" in the small maxi- Greenholtz said the rebels in-
mum detention building where flicted considerable damage to
the rebellion took place. plumbing and other installations
Greenholtz said Miller broke in the building which would have
regulations when he went to give to be repaired.
one of the convicts a sack of Miller said he and Swanson
tobacco Sunday morning and were roughed up a bit at first
was seized. The convict had saw- and threatened with knives.
ed through his cell bars and slip- But after the first day Miller
ped up behind Miller, pressing a said the hostages knew they were
thome-made knife against his not "in any real danger" and the
-back. convicts even became "nice" to
Miller was kicked hard in the them.
back three or foUr times and The guards said the rebels
forced to call Swanson, a new shared with them the few loaves
guard who came to the scene and of bread and a little sugar they
[was seized. Greenholtz said the had for food and brought them
convicts also attempted to lure hot water for shaving.
a guard captain into their trap Outside of the bread and sugar,
b4 he was too wily and escaped the convicts and hostages had no
Jto spread the' alarm. real food since Sunday break-
Greenholtz said there probab- fast.
ly would be no action taken a- Anderson sternly refused to
against the hostage- guards "be compromise -with the convicts
cauwe their experience drove the but he promiuid to give them "a
lesson home more firmly than fair and.impartial" Investigation
any disciplinary action." of a list of nine grievances the
Anderson, who took command prisoner" sent out from their
of the prison during the uprising, bastion Monday.
met the rioters face-to-face in Most of the grievances deIt
the eary morning when they wf.h treatment and coadition#s%
ssunifred they were ready to the detention building, where
surrender. prisoners go for violating rules.
One at a time they came out Anderson said many already are
of the detention building and in process of correction in a
went to the deputy warden's of- state crackdown on the prison,
flce to talk to the 51-year-old which was the scene of a major
governor, who faced them with- riot last year.
out siy guard protection either Miller said the convicts had
neatb or at a distance, planMed the rebellion for a long
The other convicts remained in time and hd bread under their
their bastion holding the hos- mattresses. He aid they could
ga whil the taks Wte on. have held out longer.
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FOR SALE: -4 Electric Mules
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FOR SALE: Aquariums,. four
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House 5457 Diablo.
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Priced for quick sale. Returning
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FOR SALE: One good large
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-17K Al TI qF Lp k a C 1 covered dish luncheon April 13,
(A Lenten feature of The trike at the Scottish Rite Temple.
-- Wnu nnouncedInPanama Aseriea, pord Please note the chane in the
at Biners nouncs met by the Rev. M. & Cooso, -- o date. Time 12:30.
Weel e Tournament Episoal lurch of Our a- I
Mil V. Kisam. The winners of the duplicate viourP~ ae Cf tbal ATLANTA, March 31 LUP) and Darlington B.C., was sev- Balboa Woman's Club
merley of Ga- games played Monday evening An explosion ripped the home ered by gunfire, the company The Balboa Woman's Club
agT vthe o en- at th Ti Gell Guest House were. TEE GOOD SHEPHERD of a non-striking Southern Bell said. A reward of $5,000 was of- card group will eet on Thurs-
their daughter, first: Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Frau- G Sv employee today and a telephone fered for the arrest and convic- day at 12 p.m. March 31 at Am-
'-. ric L. Eric- enhefit, second, Mrs. P. Shirey Read St. John 10:11-21. "I am exchange was stoned by about ton of those responsible ador Officers Club for a no-
,with Mrs. E. Brady, third, Mrs. the Good Sheptherd. The good 250 persons to mark th 17th Five east-central Alabama hostess luncheon and cards.
L. D. Boney with Mrs. Ann E. shepherd. lays down his very fe day of the turbulent Southwide communities were cut off I.v ( guests are invited.
-awill take place Davl fourth, Mri. Shine with for the sheep." communications strike. several hours Tuesday night --
Ja .ames Catholic MArs. Free. epMeanwhile, eight witnesses when a cable was .lashed at Civil Defense
i Mrs. W. P. -- Jesus our Lord here takes up picked two union members out Talladega and three lines were Ladies of the Civil Defense
erly of G, atun,. ... C.the beautiful theme of the of a police lineup as the man cut in the Baton Rouge, La., Warden Service, will meet at
swtelet, enter- Irr and Mr. Chen ITwenty-third Psalm, so familiar responsible for the shooting. of a area. iNew Cristobal April 5. at 7:30
arprise shower a'r n ,Botary .. to all, but He makes it peculiar- cae splicer near Atlanta Tues- In another Southwide strike, p.m.at CristobalHigh School.
t the residence The Annual picnic of Rotar- His own. am the Good daX. ilso 17 days old, the Loaisville At Margarita April 6, at 9 a.m.
S 1n and their wives was held I .hepherd."He presents HLmse lf a. nd Nashville Railroad announc- st the Margarita Service Center
4. t. ttthe home of Mr. and Mrs a. ea very concrete fulfllment of The explosion tore a hole inled that an embargo on mos end at Balboa April 7, at 9 a.m.
SBenjamin Chen in Las Cumrbres. tie vision of the psalmist and the duplex home of Eddie ~1 Am-lcargo shipments to and from 11 at the JWB.
"uu- 'the p..rogram for the outing n- "of Isalah. as, a Negro employee of Southern cities in its 13-state a:ea has,
VaeZtioM n eluded games and swimming. Note that Jesus brings this Bell at Birmingham, Ala. Thom- been lifted. The cities include Fort Davis Wives Club
A. Riley of Lees- -picture out of the quiet of the s was at work but his wife and Nashville, Tenn., Birmingham,. The Fort Davis, N.C.O.-Wives
isft .by plane ear-Captain ad Mrs. Bass still water into the conflict with lier nephew were asleep Inside Montgomery and Mobile, Ala.. Club, will sponsor bingo games
retrn to her home '.o Leave Isthmus Ithe wolf, a conflict which will at the time. No one was injured. and New Orleans. L&N passen- at the Fort Davis, N.C.O. club, it
o four weeks with Senior Girl Scout trop "O" Icause Him to .ay down His life.I The telephone company has ger service is still virtually at a 7:00 p.m. on the 31st of March
NMs Olive Brooks of honored Mrs. Ralph Bass. for- The shepherd's jot gi a danger- employed 50 special deputy to standstill, however, due to the 1955, it will be open house. Games
n route to Virgi- mer- enlor Wing Leader, with a us one, so dangerous that the combat vandalism In Alabama strike of non-operating unions. will be on the basic systems.
*1 visited in Min- silver shower tea at the Girl Sidifferent woJ run away. ,'here an earlier explosion. be-
SScout house in Balboa Monday Jesus was intensely conscious I.eved to be a bomb, damaged a
Afternoon. The Senior Scout of the evil in the world, and ofsoutherno Bell building, and a
prenstedtMrs. Banss Wth an or- the dangers Involved In oppos- i nlon official was arrested on
a To Visit chi orsage which she worlng it. He was also Intensely charges of placing a M'tick
Calfor during the part conscious of the Indifferent Iomb near an exchange.
84 1rfk Sunday for a captain and Mrs. Bass ars ones, the self-centered Pharlsee, At Maryville, Tenn., rocks and
-In Lop Ange- cvting Saturday for vacation the careless steward, the short- bricks were thrown at an ex-
man of Paa- after which they will be station- sghted bridesmaids, the "hire- change and one which crashed tW
I he ga-est of honor ed at Sheppard Air Force Base, ing." through a window narrow' ly
Sn "> ,mssed an operator. southern Each notice tor inclusion in this
donu at the home of h'A Wichita Falls, Texas. This picture of the Good Shep- m ..issed an operator. Southern ai notice fo Inclusioned in this
Wer d sister In aw Mr. herd has inspired many to stand Belmanager Charle Mott said wrln" orulm nd ubmaed to ypone of
thefactcolaso heairwasletoutofmhewrittn sourm Ed umited to one ol
i l Altman o Fort Caribbean Stamp Club in the face of danger, both be- also the air was let out of the box numbers listed daly in o.
m Angles he will The next regular meeting of cause they knew that our Lord tlUre on several co.pa.ny cars b and Othe w lce No le i
S b utter Elki, who the Caribbean Stamp Club will stood with them and had over- and a "Foreign subs ce" plac- meetLn cnot be accepted by tele
SCty college Of be held at the Tivoll Hotel on come greater dangers, and. be- ed in the gas tanks. phone.
S. Tuesday,April 5, at 7:30 p.m. cause they would not be 'hire- The crowd also beat on theo
lings." door of the-bullding with a bat- ILSCA Board Meetlng
tearing ram, Mott said. The U.S. Citizens Association
SoNT don't run In the faceof The first shooting incident oif lill hold a board of directors
SOWNG AT Y R S I CEN some problem, some difficulty the strike by the CIO Communi- meeting Sunday at the Margar-
S, TMDEATERS TONIG I IT! Stand by and say, "The Lord Isations Workers of America a- 1a Service Center at 2000. S
-._. .__ __ ___ __ __- __ ,m y -shepherd." it m ay be a un- g i nst Southern BeU In nine All m em bers ar e ge0to at-00 l m at Ra
S A L B A DIAhappy home itation, min- states occurred in suburban East end as a full agenda has been O-7fI H r L
A BOI DIABLO HTS; 6:15 3:15 Yishinghealthmage _-eepin u Point here Tuesday. !drawn up. Key items include:
aton ,ctrCnl. e a~hrK.. RAYncreNsinf tempt some- up Davis C. Balty, 24, was wound- 1. A report on USCA's contact
AG P. "KIS E KATE" where, a difficult d onto ed in the leg by a .22 caliber -with CUSEO (Council of U.S.TA
k.ELK. Coor, made the difficulty of life it- fle bullet but was reportedv- in!Rmpoye Organizationsv. Action Ia El W N
M i sOF 1955 Idaey 7!1 Mo GLOVE i t" acd dan(un frYm
I "Dulf of San Quentin" He will stand b and iveyo sault with intent to commit Budget and on the contact made
c"I the courage and -nflifence murder. a 'with Vice President Richard M.
OF THE WAVE" I0. "FLAME & AtE FLESH" meet life as It comes your wa. Both were identified as the Nixon. t a.
-The Good Shepherd stood by wo men who were in a car 3. A report on the present sta.
and He will help you that you from which was fired the shot tus of the income tax suit.
*^AOW ABITA 68:1 7:55 CRISTOBAL 6:15 7:50 may abide and be encouraged by that struck Balty. Becke wa 4 A report from Lavern Dil-
LADD .Ce rRch idnteM His Spirit, so that you will be one of several union members weg, USCA legal representative
Sons DOWLING ble to say one day, "Thanks made special deputies to help In Washington, on pertinent leg-
GATSBY" "GOG" Colors! be toGod wo giveth us the combat vandalism. He is also a islative matters.
1 victory throu h our Lord Jesus union shop steward, Southern
S AND' Pri. 'irwo u & A e rdsg" Christ." He gives you the right Bell said. Wilma Miles
_._ 1. ___ItO be brave as you accept Him Becker and Neely denied any Navy Wives Club
6':1 3:2 1' "B A 65 a8s your Good Shepherd. connection with the shooting.. On April 4, the Wilma Miles 'V n
,' S 68:16 8:20 LA BOCA <:15 8:35 your Goo .hepher. neatie North Carolina reported 'avy Wives Club, will transit hen onl
P-p1 OC CHIO" | "Return From The Sea" its first cable-cutting since the t ie Panama Canal and return
__,_'_____i--_- , _ ,__ _ Ku V f Iwalkout began. A cable carrying 1 m Colon by train to Balboa.
le_ ,* n I t long-distance lines be w een # mbers only may att, end.
SR7: I 0 CAMP BIERD 6:1- :35 --- Charlotte and Wilmington, N.C., l-ease contact Mrs. Helen Shuff
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After she has seen everything.
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either the green or the blue.
Then she is in a real quandary.
The clerk-and everyone waiting
-has to listen to her debate out:
loud over the merits and the draw-
backs of blue vs. green.
The debate is a draw and so
she asks the advice of the clerk.
Not satisfied with it. she turns to
the nearest shoper and ask her
She's In a Qusadary
Then she begins to Wonder about i
6sl! sorts of possibilities. Maybe
if she waits awhile to make her
purchase, the store will have a'
Or perhaps she ought to bring
a friend in and get her opinion.
Then she realembers that she
once had some material very
much like what she in looking at
that didn't wash well or faded in
the sunlight. or whatever.
And ehe Itens dmubtfuly while
toe clerk guarantees the product
inst ai nbr fears.
iFandav she dieides that she
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By UNITED PRESS
y At Sarasota, Fla.
By FRED DOWN Detroit 030 oo 6 000-9 14 1
NEW YORK, March 31 (UP)-The Cleveland Boston 000 000 003-3 5 1
Indians may be favored to win the American League Hoeft,Zuverink (7) and Wil-
pennant again but today they're the No. 1 disap- (5), Freeman s8 and White. WP
pointment of the Grapefruit circuit. Hoeft. LP Delock.
Eager to make a good spring rivals, the Milwaukee Braves, At Charleston, S. C.
showing and wipe out the memo- when four walks and Sandy Cincinnati 000 004 100-5 8 2
ry of their World Se:les per- Amoros' single in the sixth in- Washington 200 410 lOx-8 13 2
formance last October, the In- ning produced a 3-2 victory. Pete
dians have lqst 10 of their 15 Wojey, Bob Darnell and Tom La. Minarcin, Collum (5) and Bal-
exhibition games. Included are Sorda held the Braves to nine ley. Porterfield, Shea (7), Currie
four losses in flye with the Chi- hits. (9) and Korcheck. LP Porter-
cago Cubs and six losses in 10 Two of the spring's most prom- field. LP Minarcin.
contests with the New York rising rookies were hit hard at
,Oiants. Clearwater. Fla., wnere the New
Tae Indians frittered away an- York Yankes and Philadelphia At Daytona Beach, Fla.
other decision to the world Phillies played a 10-10 tie in 12 (First Game)
champions in Tucson, Arzona, innings. Pittsburgh 000 100 000-1 8 1
yesterday when second-baseman Johnny Kucks of the Yankees, Baltimore 010 002 00x-3 3 0
Bobby Avila's error paved the impressive in three previous out-
way for a single by Foster Cas- ings, was rocked for six runs in Wade, Donoso (5) and Shep-
tleman that gave the Giants a five innings while Jim Owens, ard. Pallca, Rogovin (6) and
12-11 win. The teams opened highly-touted Philly rookie, was Moss. WP Rogovin. LP D:-
their eight game "World Series clouted for nine hits and seven noso. HR Evers.
on tour" trip in San Antonio. runs in six frames. Bill Skowron --
Tax., today with the Indians ht his second homer of the
needlng live victories for a split spring for the Yankees. At Daytona Beach, Fla.
the entire spring series. Billy Hoeft and George Zu- (Second Game, 8 innings)
verink collaborated in a five- Pittsburgh 000 000 02-2 5 1
The Indians' overall spring hitter to lead the Detroit Tigers Baltimore 000 000 00-0 2 0
record is the worst in either to a 9-3 victory over the Bos-
league. ton Red Sox. Hoeft pitched Sawyer, Face (7) and Atwell.
A muff of a fly by lettfieldei three-hit ball for six innings Coleman, Miller (8) and Batts.
Raini, Kiner, a mental miscue and Zuverink added two per- WP Face. LP Miller.
by third-baseman Al Rosen and feet frames before the Red Sox
Avila's ninth-inning error en- scored aft their runs in the At Mobile, Ala.
*bled the Giants to come from ninth. Ivan Delock, Boston's Moilwake 00 0 -2
behind three times and gain yes- starter, yielded all Detroit's Milwaukee 000100 001-2 0 1
erday's triumph. Mike Garcia runs. Brooklyn 000 01 00x-3 8 0
Art Houtteman and Don Mossi The Pittsburgh Pirates' six-
all were hit hard as the Giants game winning streak was end- Burdette, Wilson (6) and
pounded out 16 hits including d when the Baltimore Orioles Crandall, Parks 17). Wojey, Dar-
homers by Hank Thompson and scored a 3-1 victory in the open- nell (7) and Waler. WP Dar-
oo':ie Gall Harris. j er of a doubleheader at Daytona "ell. LP Wilson.
Kiner, Avila, Houtteman and Beach. Fla., but manager Fred C ,, Fl
George Strickland homered for Haney's spirited crew bounced At Clearw ater, Fla d
the Indians in a weird struggle right back for a 2-0 decision in (Called at endof 12th, darkness)
'that must have made Tucson the second game. Erv Palica and N.Y. (A) 100 303 030 000-10 15 3
-fans wonder bow either team Saul Rogovin starred on the Phila. 000 150 040 000-10 12 3
managed to get into the World mound for Baltimore In the first
Series ist year. game while Roger Sawyer and Kucks, Wiesler (6). turdivant s
In Charleston, S.C.. meanwhile, lroy Face tossed a two-hitter (8) and Howard. Owens, Casa- 5
Bob Porterfield virtually clinch- for Pittsburgh in the second grande (7), Penson '4) and Lo- w
an opening day mound as- game. Pata, Burgess (3). HR Skow- g
ament wit a strong per- 'Thehcai o Cubs were idle at ron.
ormance as the Washington Arz ut were dealt a bad ---
tors beat the Cincinnati blow when rookie outfielder Sol- t
legs, 8-5 Porterfield pitched ly rake suffered a dislocated At Tucson, Ariz. I
ut bal forve innings be right anke during an intra- New York 100 230 042-12 16 2 t
.e Yi-nr defensive support squad game. Drake. hitting .478 Cleveland 310 031 030-11 10 31SE
zrted t6e Red'egs to four runs. this spring, was given a good .....
[ ter'eld's spring re-ord is 3- chance to open the season in Antonelli, Grissom (6), Jansen v
SThe Brookn Dodgers opened center field. He's expected to be (8), Liddle (8) Glel (9) and I
t a .3-1 spring edge over one sidelned a month Westru, Katt (). Garcia, Hout- c
of their key atonal League teman (.5), Mossi (9) and Hega B
... W K ddle. LP Mossi. HR - r
S Shwooting Stars Kiner, Harris, Thompson Avila
.-NTIO M n Houtteman, Strickland. o
Mawr t Gold Dust t1
By HERBERT MOISE o
Atlantic Siders are witnessing 6'
a hectic Divisional League at w
atainbow City Playgrouna. Just P
iour games separate the six
STerminals Division is current- R
ly leading the race for the Nestle S
(Fourth of a series on the company y first place trophy but C
great new names in profes- the Commissary Division, in sec-
s'onal golf-the successor to ond place and with aspirations
the agins Hogans, Sneads and i ior the championship, is just
Demarets). one game off the pace.
By NEA Service One and one-half games off S
Sthe pace is a completely revamp- S
BLOND Dick Mayer could be ed Industrial Area outfit that C
kickedd out for a matinee idol, nas won four consecutive games L
but there's nothing particularly which placed them among the
flashy about Mayer's game. nor "big ones of the league."
his clothes, although his scores
have been red-hot of late. This is definitely a "working
Dick never shows signs of man's league" in that the play-
temper or disgust, never throws ers are just having a wonderful
a club, is a most pleasant part- time playing. The enjoyment
ner. from these games has spread
so much so that even the fans
are coming out in droves to
sped laughter-filled afternoons.
Fans are beginning to take
notice that the supervisors of
Mthe teams participating are ap-
parently oblivious of the fact
that representative groups from
their divisions are playing in an
organized league. We are of the
opinion that the presence of
these supervisors would spur the
men to greater. endeavors.
Teams Won Lost
Terminals Division 5 1
Commissary Division 4 2
Industiro l Area 4 3
Na vy2 3
Division 2 4
Army Trasnportation 1 5
In what is being considered
the "battle of the ages," the Bar-
beria del Pueblo outfit will tan-
gle with a selection of "Old Tim-
ers" under the management of
S Moore has released a partial
line up which includes Rex,
Die Mayer Archibold, Jefferson Joseph, As-j
tor Lewis, Henry Thomas and
Mayer-40, 5-11, 165 started Cleveland Mekle. Moore also
playing at five under his father, told us that amy "Old Timer"
&. B., at his Greenwich, Conn., desirous of getting into this game
home. A crack amateur in his on Saturday horning at 10:15.
mens, he won the New York should contact him any evening
Itae Amateur in 1947. at the playground where the At-
Mier is a superlative putter, lantic Side Divisional League
eieptional on recovery shots plays its games.
f the r~gh and sand, %here
Ma se mliShY close to In addition to coming so close
S last June, finishing in the Us. Open la r, May-
the intn Stat Open er 'won the Miami In, tional
4 Uatuael, when he shanked Four-Ball with DT U t. was
- tS uab on h18th and fi. meond in tmhe Open and
MV.0 with a chance to take third in tdeo
itar tn0 bole. That A& Jee McOrl. e wor with
MEXICAN BULLFIGHTER Eliceo Gomez (above) will match his prowess against Spain's Jesus.
.OGracia Suniday at La Macarena. Each will face two pure-bred Mexican bulls, recently acquired
by the bullring management to provide topnotch entertainment. The bulls may be seen by the
public this evening and tomorrow evening between 5 and 6 o'clock at the bullring._
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No Favorites In
Gamboa Softball Tournament
Classic League Notes In the Sears-Seymour Agency
set-to, Harry Colbert ran up a
The "big" match of the sea- total of 697 and that is the third
son comes off this Friday (4-1- best score in the league to date.
i5) night in the Classic League Wtth a little luck he could have
when Sears and El Panama tan-had over 700; the magic score so
gle in the final series of the far as bowlers are concerned.
year. Sears has led the league For Seymour Agency it was Bob
practically all year and only in Huddleston and Ted Melanson
he past four or five weeks has who rolled high.
El Papama worked their way up
o be only two points behind, Seymour Agency
Sears. El Panama will be led by
Billy Coffey and Bob Waggoner Huddleston 203 226 163 592
rhile the current Pan-Canal & relchman. 183 177 181 541
Bowling Association Doubles Stophens . 191 181 140 512
hamp, Bud alcer and Zarl Thets . 176 201 168 545
lest, plus Hamq Colbert will. be Melanson . 184 103 205 582
olinu for Sears. -- --
Thle results of the 217th week 937 978 857 2772
f bowling had El Panama
slaughtering" Powell's and Sears
ears *4ging Seymour Agency
three to one. El Panama came Colbert . 286 195 236 697
p with tehir secCt4 best night Thomas . 184 236 154 574
f the league to score 2079 to Anderson . 187 181 144 512
well's 2509. Bob Waggoner Best . . 155 188 184 527
'ith .885 and Billy Coffey with Balcer . 212 169 162 543
73 led El Panama. Ed Spinney --- -- --
'as the one bright light for 1004 969 880 2853
El Panama Team Standings
Taggoner . 192 237 256 685
ane . . 210 183 183 576 Sears ................. 62 62
ogers . 183 168 156 507 El Panama ............ 60 44
chmidt . 162 194 182 538 Powell's .............. 46 58
offey . 201 203 269 673 Seymour Agency ...... 40 64
948 985 1046 2979 Individual Averajes
Coffey ............. 205
Powell's Balcer ............ 201
urcak . 143 161 137 441 Hogan ........... 196
tilson . 157 146 171 474 Waggoner ........ 196
pinney . 183 192 206 581 Best .............. 195
alligan . 154 190 191 535 Colbert ........... 194
arratee . 162 119 197 478 Gaflgan ........... 191
Huddleston ........ 188
799 808 902 2500 Stephens ........... 187
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE next Mo
Second Half Team Standing To gai
Teams W L Pet. win one
Spur Cola 7 1 .875 In yes
Gibraltar Life 6 3 .667 plafr g
Lincoln Life 4 5 .444 safety.
Seymour Agency 4 5 .444 c rappy
Police 4 6 .400 PoOce. 2
Elks 1414 2 7 .222 into the
Police 5. Gibraltar 4
The Police gave the Gibraltar Payers
Insurance Boys a severe jolt Soyder, I
yesterday when in extra innings r, 11
the Junior Cops came out ahead a,
5 to 4. In the seventh, Bettise Bandon
stared off with a bingle. Browder Jaekson,
followed with another safety, Mquar
bringing up Freddie Roe who menmer,
broke up the ball game with a Wllson, I
single, scoring Bettis fqr the Xutchinr
Gibraltar was leading up to
the fifth when Larry Jackson Bowder,
weakened and was relieved by Re. 3b
Buth Rager who was charged amlrat
with the loss. Frankle Ammirati p c
was the winning pitcher and he "jan
also collected the big smash of ter,
the day when he tied 'he score r,
with a homerun in the fifth. Debnge
The loss Duts the Gibraltar Dempsey
one and a half games out of first pu_,1
place, with two games remaining t If
for the 5nur Cola tean and only wnl
one to.- Gibraltar. The remalnin .
game for the Insurance Boys is ialsi
nday with the league
in a tie, Gibraltar must
and Spur lose two. .
terday's game only one
gathered more thhn one
That was Browdr, the
first baseman for the
dike KUnpe w cam
extra Iinnngs was cred-
h the win.
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Softball fans will flock to
Gamboa- Saturday morning for
the sixth annual Gamboa Invi-
tation Softball Tournament.
The first pairings will bring
together Navy and the Balboa
Flyers on Field No. 1 at'8:30. The
Atlas team tackles Headquarters
Company, Amador on Field No. 2.
At 10:00 the Gibraltar Life
Insurance will be paired with
the 20th M. P.'s on Field No. I
and Field No. 2 the Cristobal
A.C. will meet Quarry Heights
The Physical Education and
Recreation Branch. of Schools
has both fields in fine shape for
this tournament. The Gamboa
Civic Council will be on hand
with plenty to eat and drink, so
all you people who like to'spend
te day out of doors, come out to
Gamboa, bring the kids and all
the in-laws with you. Whep you
get tired of *atchine sothall
There are no favorites in
this year's tournament. The
teams getting the breaks will
wind up in -he finals.
The Gamboa Civic Council will
award a sOftball trophy to the
winner of the day's event.
By MEANS REARDON
24 Years in National. League
Written for NEA Service
Question: When a batter and
pitcher are both ready and the
batter wishes to step out of the
batter's box is he supposed to
request time out from the plate
umpire or does he Just step out
and time is automatically called?
- W. Landry.
Answer: He must request it
from the umpire.
Q. What manager won the
most World Series and which
one lost the most? .- Bob Ben-
A. Joe MeCarthby won seven
classics and John McGraw top-
ped the losers, dropping six.
Q. Who was the only major
league manager to win pennants
In both leagues? Bobby
A. Joe McCarthy. We won with
thb6 ubs in 1929 and eight
Aiptean League flags with the
(By U. P.)
Doctors say a young boxer ap
patently suffered some bra-
damage when he was knocked
out in his first rofesonal eight
Tuesday night, but expect
im to survive. ryn tomp-
son ho been in a semi-coma
ever sinee he was stopped at
Tnaton, New Jersae, by Jerry
A lly named lQueen Margie"
haset _a trek record at Gulf-
i parki to Vlorid. The two-
a M nM thU urlong
- it aeWilmnsa m lins
Camp Losey ror1
Series Triumph I
Using southpaw Joe Meyrs*
steady-six-hit' pitching and pow-
ered by an 11-hit attack on four
Camp Losey hurlers, Speci
Troops charged to it first vic-
tory, 6-3, last night in the Ca-
ribbean Command armed forces
series at Fort Clayton.
The convincing triumph cut
the Eagles' lead to 2-1. The key
fourth tilt Saturday will see two
veteran right-handers going to
the mound. Stocky Bill Mills,
who impressed in a Monday re-
lief role before tiriAg to suffer
the-loss, is the man named by
manager Howard Schade to
even things for the Troopers.
Manager Bob dronin, who
tossed the opening win and was
one of four Eagle moundsmeir
In action last right, will do the
firing for Losey.
Meyers used the same work-
manlike motion as he did when
Troops dropped the 10-inning
opener but last night got some
sorely-needed batting support.
The slight California lefty
faced only 33 batters and sent
seven down on strikes. Two
wild pitches hurt his showing
but he walked only three.
Losey sent previously unbeat-
en Orlando Rodriguez In quest of
the third straight win but the
Panama champs found the little
right-hander's offerings to their
liking and sent him to rest with
ope out in the second inning.
Rodriguez was charged with the
loss as relievers Eric Richardson,
Cronin, and Bob Schlosberg
couldn't stem the tide.
Trooper Vic Haddock, who
played on the losing Camp Tor"
tuguero team in the 1954 series,
showed that he wants to play
on the championship club by
swatting two doubles and a shf,
gle good for one run scored and
one batted in. The lame-legged
third baseman's first two-bagger
in the opening frame sent Mike
Rivera across with the first run
of the game. Haddock then
scored on Bob Mayer's rap
through the middle.
Left fielder Moe Mirman, also
hobbling on a bum leg, doubled
in the second and scurried home
on JAck Meyer's single. At this
point Cronin yanked Rodriguea
GoCk unit lay seven. -
Rivetr start off what pried
to be the winning rally- by walk-
ing. Richardson got Haddock on
a fly to left but Mayer drilled
a single to right and that was all
Cronin missed the plate with
his first pitch to Juan Reyes.
On the second toss, the husky
veteran bounced a high bunt
in front of the plate which
Cronin fielded lint couldn'tt
make a play, aliowipg the
speedy Rivera to dash In from
Cronin sent defensive ace Johp
Angelus down swinging but Mi"-
man came up to draw his third
base on balls, Then Meyer's teas-
er along the first base line,
which Cronin again fielded but
too late. sent Mayer across with
Troops' fifth run. However, Cron-
in did trapl the plate-bound
Reyes between third and -home
with catcher Duke Little getting
the tag In a scramble for third.
The Eagles broke the scoring
famine against Meyers when
Richardson beat out a bounder
to short, took second on a wild
pitch, and came around on Dave
Leon's liner to center. A siccess-
ful stab of Arnie Daetwyler's hot
drive by Reyes at first and a
quick throw to Rivera at second
nailed Leon for a rally-stopping
Losey threatened again in the
seventh when Joe Barbato led
off with a free pass. But once
again heads-up defensive play
by. right fielder Angelus caught
Barbato off first after Luis Co-
lon's fly out to right. Juan Da-
vila then came through with the
hardest hit ball of the night, a
soaring 390-foot triple to center,
but Meyers lassoed Reyes Figue-
rca on a cwhv usi
The Eagls hi
up the gsame
Adrian Daes 1t$,_
life on an error Im
Little on a loft to
sent Baez to See0
gle through the
retired for pinOF
Leon's ground a
Meyers' second i
Baez score and C
chalk line for a di
Camara but Di
caught at the pVi
from Mirman to 4
and Eagles' last th
day's win, gave
Troops run in te U
ing Reys withb4
sending in Dale 90
out a bunt.
fans will get a eh
the combatants in-
er Saturday night's
square off SuRA
the same site St n
The sixth-ald d6i
ments are on the
Tuesday and Thuxl
x-Ran for Cronin
eyes. lb -
ab 1 a
4 0 1 0
a 0 8 2
S1 1 0 1
3 0 .0 3
1 0.1 0 1
0 Jt 0 .
BS [ 1t
ngelip, r 4 1
It & 1
Camp Losey b .y-.
Sp. Troops 219 10, -4
Summa;.- 'i' s "
yes. RBI Leon, AB
2B Barbato, I.r
man. 3B Davil%
Rivera. Left on U n
Troops 12. Double
era to River to p
to Bar bto to D
ed runs -. m.
SchlosVterg ., M
Richardson 5, Cro
berg 1, Meyers S.
driguez 5 for 8 .Si
Cronin 2 for 0 oI3
2 for l in 1. Wild
ers 2. Winner
- RodriguemlU n va -
ny, Thorton, In lbs
Paging 5. ArthSrs
An airline ticket for tr or-
tation to the- United wta arw
awaiting pitcher StanluUy urM
at the local PAA fieO hN_ tO-
Eugenio Houra AtlurVi
teammate on the SIma
in the Panama
Baseball League, said the
office gave him his ticket to e
U. S. yesterday and told hi
there was also one for
The U.t. teama.
Sodamen will play fI*"
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The box score:
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RL; M S QUEEN AND COURT Left to right: Mary Jo Greene,,
Sot Battler, Queen Dixie Humes and Alma Ellis.
Jim Stevens winning the 440
yd. run in 55.0.
Bob Zumbado, Balboa High
School senior, captain of the
"1vioti0 Pluellen, U.S. Southeastern Air Force shot put and discus
.'hampion, he will represent the Albrook Flyers in the shot put,
discus and broad jump.
Assault Takes Place
At Balboa Stadium
The greatest assault on records and times in the his-
tbry of the Balboa Relays is due to take place tomorrow
afternoon and night at the Balboa Stadium.
Presenting the strongest field Forces have run the 880 relay in
of competitors -'eer assembled,,1:3, but"all around improve-
armed forces, Air Force ana ment will be necessary before
apholastic teams are runningDthe '52 record of 1:34.4 will be
but a strenuous campaign of threatened. This will be a ter-
track- and field work for an all rifle race.
Out effort Friday. In the final event of the eve-
A 1952 record of 4:50.2,in the sing, the mile relay record of
mile, set by Faustino Lopez of :39 set in 1950 could he broken
Panama, will in all probability by etheir the Bulldogs or the
bO broken by Ed O'Connrll of Armed Forces.
the Boston Athletic Association. Curtis. Jeffries of the CZJC
With Brown of the Armed Forc- holds the pole vault record at
es posting a 5:05 yesterday in 11 feet 91 inches. Pushed by
practice, O'Connell should be Don Huff of W and Lauren
pushed enough to come. in a- Studebaker of the Armed
round 4:40 in the mile Friday Forces, thet meet record can
night, well move up to 12 feet.
Jimn Douglas and Gene Ged- In 1951, Bob Gibson of. the
man of the Armed Forces have Athletic Club cleared 6 feet 21,j
been running the 100 yd. dash inches in the high jumnp. To
in 10.2 and 10.3 in practice, date, Tito Giraldez of thb Air
This boy Douglas has run a Force and Lambert Mantovani
10.0 flat 100 in Junior College of BH8 have Jumped 6 foot 2
In Texas. However, a 9.8 rec- inches.
ord set in the '52 Relays by A record field of 48 to 50 foot
Oliver Swabe will probably shot 'putters will complete, but
stand up. Rosarlo's 54 feet 2,2 inches in
John McIntyre of the Armed 1953 will continue to be the Re-
Forces, the finest hurdler to run lays record.
In these parts, posted a 14.2 in Noel Gibson's broad Jump rec-
the 120 yd. high hurdles. This ord of 21 feet 11, inches in
will stand up for many years, 1953 will also stand, for no one
with the best possible time this has jumped over 21 feet this
year coming in at about 15.9. He year.
also covered the 180 yd. low hur- The discus record of 141 feet
dies in 20.4; the best this year 1% inches set by Ray Nickisher
by Orvis of Junior College has of the CZJC will be threatened
been 21.0 flat. by Charles Baker of the Armed
In the 440 relay I 44.2 set in Forces. This fellow was Kentuc-
1962 will be threatened by the ky College champion while at
Armed Forces team which is Beria Cblege, and has thrown
long on sprinters. Also the Bal- the discus 145 feet in practice
boa High School team should this week.
better the 46.1 that they have
hit twice this year. In capitulation then, we
The medley relay time of 3:- might say that it is entire pos-
52.3 set by BHS in '52 should be sible that eight records could be
shattered completely. Balboa broken in the 13 senior events
Has practice times of 3:44, with that will be run off. So track
both the Armed Forces and Air fans, you cannot afford to miss
Force teams pushing them all this year's Balboa Relays if you
the way. are interested In record break-
The Bulldogs and the Armed ing performances.
Charlie Morris putting the shot for a record 46 feet 4 3/4 inches.
No 12 is Leonard Travis of Germantown, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Southeastern Air Force champion in the 100 and 220 yard dashes.
In the Relays he will run the 100 yd. dash, and in the 440 yd. and
medley relay. No. 13 Is Al Guidet. formerly of Fordham Univer-
Sstty and the Grand Street Boys Association of the New York
Athletic Club. Far East Air Force champion in the 100 meter
dash and 220 yd. low hurdles, he will run the 100 yard dash, the
180 yd. low hurdles, and in the 440 relay team.
(At Santas Ana Square)
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Esther Williams. in f
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E rb Raybourne broad Jumping 19 feet 9 inches.
hurdles for a time of 16.7.
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The FIRST TUBELESS TIRE with
Don Huff of Balboa High School clearing the bar at 11 feet
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Three employes of the Pan-
am,. canal organi~z'at., ,onu .
whom has more than 35 years of
vice, retire at the end of "Let the pe
March and will be presented
I retirement certificates for
Vix many years of service. THIRTIETH YEAR
Those retiring, their positions,
and length of service follows:
Gilbert H, Hulcher. plumber,
itenafh Division; 17 years. 2 i l
seven months, and 22 days. / 1 1 1
r easingg supervisor,ommi- :::
s Division; 36 years anat 2?1
TCapt. Arthur J. Troup. special I
assistant to the Civil Affairs Dir- | T o I
Utor; 30 years, six months and |
SAIGON, Indochina, March 31-1
(UP) The commander-in-chief
ol the Lao Dai religious sect or-
dered his 25 COO Buddhist warriors
today to join premier Ngo Dir.h
Diem in his battle to retain con-
trol of free Vietram.
The surprise move by Gen.
Nguyen Thanh Phuong assured
a victory foor the A e r i c a n
backed premier over the rebel-
lious Binh Xuyen sect of former
river pirates who rose against
Diem with a series of attacks
that plunged Indochina into a
brief civil war.
Phuong's move deprived the
rebellious sects of more than half
their armed strength and cracked
the so-called unified nationalist
front. Until today the Cao D ai
was allied with the Binh Xuyen
and the Hoa Hao religious sect.
Hulcher, a native of Richmond,
TJrginia, first came to the Isth-
lus in 1937 and was employed
a plumber with the Pacific
district of the Maintenance Di-
lslon. His service with the Ca-
organization has been con-
Iuous since that time.
i After his retirement, Hulcher
clans to remain on the Isthmus
idmake his home in Panama
* Pappendick, who has the long-
t service of any of the em-
es retiring in March has
employed continuously with
e" Commissary Division since
He is a native of Elizabeth
.e was employed during most
hs service as foreman and a
e: rrith the Commissary Divi-
in Cristobal and later was
loyed as a butcher at Mount
Recently he was named
rpisory meat processing spe-
at Mount Hope.
and Mrs. Pappendick are
Saturday on the Cristobal
I ill go to Allentown, Penn-'
ster Control training
will be conducted at
Heights tomorrow start-
Sexercise will be carried on
members residing at
SHeights epad miltay
red" practice siren
sound at 1:50 p.m.
of a Aeries of lO-sec-
and falling blasts at
clear, talren will sound
FRIDAY, APRIL I
KE LITTLE BLUE DUCK
AN INDEPENDfIY NEWSPAPER
'ople know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
I I In | I I'
PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1955
Buddhist Warriors Switch
idochina's US-Backed Premier
might explode anew at any mo. civil strife. Confusion made it dif-
mnent. ficult to determine exactly who
The rebellions Binh Xuyen sect, had resigned.
which touched off the figh ting But the government admitted
yesterday had agreed to a truce officially that four Hoa Hao min-
dotil dawn to join the Hoa Hao sisters and Defense Minister Ho
.ind Cao Dai in cabling absentee Tong-Minh, the later not cornnect-
Emperor Bao Dai a demand for ed with any of the rebellious sect,
dismissal of the Premier. .had quit.
It Diem is not ousted at once, One cf Diem's strongest -wea-
they said, all South Vietnam will pons remained his American sup-
lec steeped in "blood and fire."
Both the Binh Xuyen and
Diem's nationalist troops spent Joseph PuHtzer
the truce digging new fortifies.
lions. Both called up the artill- A
ery units and armoned vehicles. DIes After Brief
Diem still was Inside his shell-.
damaged 'independence palace" *
and he still was head of the na- IllneSS; Age 70
tonal government. But his chief e
nministerp had begun walking out. ST. LOUIS, Mo., March 31 (UP)
French Commissioner .General -Joseph Pulitzer, editor and
Gen. Paul Elyew as credited with publisher of the St. Louis Post-
Aignrrangn the night-long truce. ub A. -4-e -o-teS *Lis PAAot-
Phuong summoned Diem's re- .. . ..... ... uispatcn, died las nign iu 0 days
presentatives to his headquarters But the French fearful of a after his 70th birthday anniver-
today after an uneasy night in new outbreak of civil war mo- sary.
which government t r o ops and mentarily, reinforced their' pa. The world famous editor,
Dinh Xuyen warlords agreed to a trols in the 'plateau" quarter of whose newspaper sponsored the
truce after the first round of hos- Saigon where 20,000 Westerners, annual Pulitzer prizes for excel-
tiities killed 26 pe r s o n s and including seevral hundred A- lence In the field of Journalism,
wounded 112. mericans, are living, had not suffered a long I illness.
Phuong told Diem's represen- French tanks were ordered to
tatives: protect the residence of special Pulltzer, apparently in excel-
"The sects should keep out of U.S. Ambassador Gen. J. Law- lent health except for long-
politics. Today I and my 26,000 ton Collins who is one of Diem's standing failing eye sight, at-
men rally behind Premier Diem. strongest backers, tended a party honoring his
Ix support him totally." The fightinkbroke on just aft- birthday on March 21. Guests at
Government authorities said a er midnight when 100 Binh Xuyen a luncheon gathering included
ceremony integrating the fierce soldiers attacked 50 government Mrs. Pulitzer, Joseph Pulitzer,
Coa Dal warriors into Deim's paratroopers hiding the Saigon Jr., vice president and associate
20R,00-man army would be held central police headquarters from editor, and his*wife and their
later today. which they had driven Binh Xu- five-year-old son, Joseph Pulit-
Phuong said he was acting in yen forces two days earlier. zer III.
full agreement with the Cao Dai Diem's government s ho w e d Cause of death was not im-
'Pope," its supreme priest, Pham gaping holes as a result of the mediately disclosed.
Cough Tao. ... .. .
Troops loyal to Diem had ear-
free tam civiwa Defense secretary Cr
amid threats of rebel warlords
to bathe the nation in "blood
and fftre" unless Diem steps a I* *
at" 0On Military Informati
This shell-scarred capital spent
last night under a tense true, WASHINGTON, March 31 (UP) 1. Drastically tightened rule
broken occsionlally by the crac- -Defense Secretary Charles E. covering disclosure of mill t a r
kle of rifle fire in the suburbs. Wilson yesterday ordered sharp data, and cracked down on out
The fighting was halted by an slashes in military publicity staffs side writing for rofit by milita
unwritten agreement of b o t h and clamped tight new restric- ry personnel. This order was seen
sides, after yesterday's bitter tons on release of military infor- as a possible bar to secret "brief
clashes. But-the French high com- nation. ings" such as that given to news
mand warned that Saigon was In a double barrelled move men by Adm. Robert B. Carney
"sitting on a powder keg" which Wilson: chief of naval operations.
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port and the belief the United
platess would reappraisee" its aid
To Air Condition
Hojalateria Panama, S. A. with
an offer of $19.200 was the ap-
parent low bidder on the con-
tract for the furnishing and
Installing of air conditioning
units In the offices occupied by
the governor-president and the
lieutenant governor-vice pres-
ident and the board room of the
Administration Building at Bal-
Distribufdora Electrica of Pan-
ama was the only other firm to
make an offer for the work, bids
for which were opened yester-
day morning in the Board Room
of the Admlnistration Building.
The electrical company bid $25,-
The work of air conditioning
the offices will require the in-
stallation of five air condition-
ing units and the installation of
a frequency changer now in stor-
age in Balboa.
In the board room, the work
will include the installation of
a 25-cycle air conditioning unit
or unit and the furnishing and
installing acoustical treatment
of the ceiling in the room.
s 2. Ordered the Army, Navy and
y Air Force to ct their public in.
- formation publicity staff by one-
- third to one half and put civilians
n in charge. The service nablicity
- staff now are head generals
- and admirals.
vUntil civiaz heads are named
Wilson told th Army, Navy and
Air Force secrdar-ies they person-
ally will be resmosible for their
departments public relations.
The present Army chief of in-
fcrmation is Maj. gen. Gilman
C. Mudgett. Navy information is
headed by Rear Adm. William G.
SChief of Air Force information
is Brig. Gen. Brooke E. Allen. He
was scheduled to be replaced this
,eek by Co Robert Lee Scott,
author of the book "God Is My
Wilson said he expects the pub-
licity activities of the Pentagon to
be 'operated within the letter and
spirit of current congressional di.
I ectives. "
It was reported, meanwhile that
Gen. Nathan F. Twining, Air
Force chief of staff, broke a din-
ner date with newspapermen
Tuesday night bedase of the fur.
,')Ir over Carney.
Wilson's order has been in prep-
aration several weeks and did not
stem from the Carney incident.
However, it could apply to simi-
lar eases ivo'ving the practice of
Anonymously giving information
Sto selected groups of nesmen.
Defense department office i a 1 s
were said to have consulted-with
sWhite fHouse aides before Issuing
the new regulations.
At his news conference yester-
I day. President Elsenower sharp-
ly criticized Carney for speculate.
ing on chances of war with Red
The Wilson order has two main
I 1. Holding a tight rein on re
le-se of al! military information.
2. Preventng military men
from using their position to write
articles for profit when outside
writers cannot get tle same mate
Wilson ruled that tformuatloi
Sin species., press releases or _s
turem must be submitted to bi
icr his ide. for review t efl
than three days before release.
SAll military men and civws
employes of the military. wl m
held responsible for seeing thai
information they release is 'ne
I sistent with the national semarit
and the polih-ies and objecti a
M te Deprtment of dee.
i The wurpmemtu would M
to bar secret brsiel Ms lMe
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-The United states and Britain
today appeared to be pulling in
opposite directions on the best
vay to approach big power talki
On the surface, the basic disa.
agreement was over whether the
heads of the big power actions
should plunge directly into a hig
:&vel conference or wait for an ex.
rporatory meeting first by their
British Prime Minister Win.
sion Churchill caught President
Eisenhower and other adminms.
tration officials by rprise
when he brought up apn this
week with bhis log-cher I-
dea that a 'meeting at the sum-
mit" was the way to start busi-
ness with the Russians.
This came just -a day after
Churchill's adviser, foreign secre-
tary Sir Anthony Eden, had out-
lines the idea of holding talks.
first 'at the foreign ministers lev.
el and possibly at other levels if
all goes well."
When he spoke, Churchill knew
President Eisenhower fav ored
exploratory meetings, prob a bly
b; foreign ministers, which might
late result in a top-level confer-
Mr. Eisenhower yesterday re-
emphasied his feeling. He refer-
red to 'one proposal coming from
a very eminent source (Church-
ill)" that "we meet without an
agenda and have a broad talk."
The president said "there are
many dangers in such a meeting
because it could be considered,
let us say, social."
Churchill's revived interest in a
chiefs-of-state meeting has raised
again the question of whether he
Some diplomats believe the
aging statessamay put off his
expected retirement la hopes of
one last big effort at peate
talks. Prior to his Tuesday
speech, diplomats aid t h e y
had every reason to be lieve
Churchill was preparing to step
out of office;
There State Department is con.
vinced that Eden, who would suc-
ceed Churchill, would be much
easier to deal with on the b i g
power conference idea. American
officials have believed for some
time-that Eden is lukewarm to a
But 'M;. Eisenhower, Dull es
and other officials do not under,
estimate Churchill's interest I a
"summit" meeting. He has given
no indication of relaxing that in-
Meanwhile diplomatic sour c es
in London said today that Rus-
sian internal troubles and t he
Showing solidarity of the West
ad led the Kremlinto, favor a
four-power conference now.
f The diplomats discounted talk
of any shift in long-range Soviet
SThey said th Soviet leaders
I were preoccupied with a power
Ssrugl among themselves and
Swepe Maxis g Avoid any ex.
I teral trouble ml that struggle
Moscow also is anxious to di-
i vert the attention f their satell-
i te nations to the outside world
and away Vrom the fight within
The Russians, bargaining- for
more time, want to broaden dte
talks into a global review in
which Communist China can par.
ficipate. the diplomatic sources
The Soviet Union also would
like to slow the rearming of West
Germany even if it cannot pre.
vent it altogether.
For months Soviet leaders have
threatened that ratification of the
Paris treaties would make Big
Four talks "useless" or "impossi.
"Variety and quality will go
hand in hand during the second
runual M-G-M World-Wide Film
Festival," says W. L. hnpson,
M-g-M manager in Panama an d
Central America, in commenting
on the big array of motion pic-
tures which will be presented at
the Bella Vista Theater starting
Simpsn feels that regardless of
individual preferences, there will
be something for -every moviego-
er in the array of major films, all
"Seven Brides for Seven Broth;
ers," a musical in Cinemasc o pe
and color, starring Jane Powell
and Howard Keel, is being shown
The second musical on the list
is "Deep In My Heart," stirring
and romantic story set to the
music o. Sigmund Romberg. In
color, it stare Jose Ferrer, Merle
Oberon, Helen Traubel.
Lovers of romance wili be
thrilled by Elizabeth Taylor; Van
Johnson and Donna Reed in "The
Last time I Saw Paris," which is
also to be found on the festival
Apart front the ones alr e ady
mentohned the festival inc l ude
,-Betrayed" (Metroscope,) Cl~a
able, Lana Turner, Victor l-
tlre; "Green FirW (C Win a -
as .Stewart oager, OtT ee
Kell; Paul Douglas; "Bad Day
At Black Rock" (Cinemascope),
Spenler Tracy, Ann Francis, R.
Ryan and "Beau Brummell"' Me-
troscope), Stewart Granger, Eli-
zabeth Taylor. (A
But on tip' ei g
by the Freed,
Premier Nikolai B
took a "positive
for explorat"ry taks.
termatfiml saI e, oJn,
the Far t. B'
This was the strategy 0
Russia at the last Big Faoiers
ference in Berlin whe the
va conference came u,
te West first wants toi
means ofddition of a sprh n
as coermany and Acom sr
Aqua Show To.f
A colorful aqua show o0 tt.,
inmuch to the Balquoade'sh n
continues its succeuss-t tC Cf
Army post In the 0=0a IM
Davis pool tomorrow at 8 pVi.
Addition of a sparkftg new
comedy act. composedlot Amy
personnel from Fort Oalt rS
the Post of Corozal, hr sat
much to the aquocade's atlAM eo
appeal. The comedians' t ap-
pearance at Fort OGulick bright
roars of approval from h .ew
recently. Pfc. Phil CUi*r,, A
Company, 723rd Ord. Ln4 C-O'.
sal, and Cpl. Edward ,seFrook.
7445 A.U. Ft. Clayton mkO up
the team. -,
The water entertainer, unde
the direction o Mrs. Midred
Trimberger, swm i ng tro-
tor at Balboa High nL uand
a former performer with.Mlly
Rose's Aquacades, will lMMet
several outstanding acts dud-
lag a Hawaiian number s d' a
Don Griffiths, an active mem-
ber of the CanI Zone Tater
Guild, will continue as er of
cerqmonles for the s 7b.. ""
The hopr-and-qarW w
a cast oa f 1',?on tla -
o Balboa gh ob
A dance orchestra from. the 234
Infantry Division Band, Fort
Clayton. will provide mual1 for
TODAY osT DAY1: iM A
THE MUSICAL THAT TOPS ALL YOTHERMI IN CINERASCOFM!
JANE POWELL HOWARD KEEL, in
"SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS"
In CINEMASCOPE! *
Tomorrow Second Day! -
EXPLOIVE STORY OF ADVENTURE, ROMANCEAND ACTION
* CLARK GABLE LANA TURNER VICTOR MATURE, in
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3rd Day! The wildest beauty in the Paris whirl!
ELIZABETH- TAYLOR *VAN JOHNSON, 4o
5th Day! 20 Great Stars in a Glorious Mil af'-3 ,r
* JOSE FERRER MERLEOBERON HELEN TRAU8EL,
"DEEP IN MY HEART"
ArtI Day! sterpiece of Suspns...
* SPENCER TRACY NNE FRANCE* ROBRT N, in
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T O DAY
"THE LAST TIME I SAW PA
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- Action hit filmed in South American wilds!
GRANGER Grace KELLY Paul Douglas, in
In CINEMASCOPE! -
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