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Let the people know the truth, and the country is scfe Ahraham Lincoln.
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- PANAMA, R. SUNDAY, AfRIL t, 1951
, DEATH FROM THE SKY The deadly funnel of a tornado which slammed into the Grand.
Rapid Mich., area is caught in this photo by an amateur photographer seconds before he
took7 cover. : A two-day barrage of tornadoes and dust storms left at least 48 persons dead in
11 states from Texas to Michigan. v
AF1I -v 'i O I A, i D T:.OL'CII The busim l!5 clion of Standale, Mich., stands in
ruins after a tornado hit the city.' Eighteen persons were, killed and more than 200 in injured
jured injured by twisters which hit western Michigan.
HIT BY TORNADO A high school gym at Lexington, Tenn.,
is minus a section of its wall and roof after a tornado slashed
through the area. Two persons, were killed and much damage
f t was caused by the twister.
I ill mi If HIV a wi w
Income Tax Returns
It April nifftfinlh--:
A large number of Canal Zone
residents have already filed
their final tax returns on income
for the calendar jear 1955 and
-have made estinistes of the ra ra-"
" ra-" come they expect to earn during
, 1956, but all j others must file
. ther returns and declarations of
- estimated tax .not later than A-
' Due date for taxes for the pre previous
vious previous year and for tax estimates
Is ordinarily April 15 but the
closins; date has been extended
one day this year because April
15 falls on Sunday.
The balance of the 1955 tax Is
payable in full when.the return
is made and at least a quarters of
th IQA ttetlmotaH ta-w la HllP
'with that return.
. Because' they live outside the
continental United States, Zon Zon-,ian
,ian Zon-,ian hav an automatic exten-
sion to June 15 for final returns
for 1955. Those who take Sdvan Sdvan-taee
taee Sdvan-taee of this extension, however.
.wbl d?v an additional! per centj
interest; on tne unpaia oaiance oi
any taxes due.
' r 1
Soldiers Warned k
Cen'i Leave UJ I
All soldiers enterlne the Army
or reenlistinir are beinn warned
by the Army that most automo-
mies betnir financed cannot be
taken out of the VS. :
Where credit iompanles do al
low overseas shipment,- a sub
stantial cash payment for insur insurance
ance insurance is usually required, accord according
ing according to the Army. r
Laws in many States also im impose
pose impose criminal and civil penalties
lor removing from the State,
without permission of the mort mortgage
gage mortgage holder, motor vehicles on
which a balance is due. u
Military 'purchasers of auto automobiles
mobiles automobiles are cautioned to exam examine
ine examine State laws and financing
contracts careruny beiore maK
n(t any deals and, whera mean-
ms are questionable or doubt-ened Britain with dangerous dis-i
fill in riQtilf: a lonn 1 mlstAnnaL..i iu. j a.
V: ; -lliculty forged over Arab and
The territories of the U.S., communist ODDOsltfon.
and most foreign countries have,
similar restrictive laws and con-
tract pertaining to cars bdughtilamma as that
nn tlma nnvmenfe iVi Irmv m
'reminding all new personnel,
Anolhor Jailed Red
Freed In Vave
LONDON, April 7-(UP)-Ra-
mo warsaw saia waay wiaay
nist boss and vice premier of Red
ruiana, nas oeen reieasea irom
prison aDDarentlv an a new act
of Communist contrition for
The broadcast did not say
when flnmnlkn was rplpacpH nr
give any details of his present
Earlier. Radin Ruriarff. TiaH
announced the release of Ilona
Nyuas, United Press correspon
dent in the Hungarian ranital
from the prison where she was
serving; three years as a .."spy
and subversive plotter."
The Budapest hrnBrfmst said
Miss Nylas was freed Wednesday,
on Hungarian "liberation day."
It gave no clue to the fate of
her husband, Associated Press
Budapest correspondent End re
Marton, who was jailed at' the
same time on similar charges.
Gomulko was one of a number
of satellite Communist leaders
jailed or' executed in 1948 and
1949 for "Titoism" defiance of
orders from the lat premier Jo Josef
sef Josef Stalin's regim in Moscow.
Several have been released or,
if dead, "rehabilitated" since the
Kremlin launched: its current
"down with Stalin" campaign.
Iran Lays Ckinr
To OH-Rich Isfa
!n Persfcn Gulf
TEHRAN, Iran, April 7 (UP)
Iran presented its; Baghdad
Pact partner Britain today with
a formal claim for Bahrain, an
oil-rich little, "Cyprus' In the
Persian gulf. t
Foreign Minister" Aligholl Ar Ar-delan
delan Ar-delan told' a press conference
that Bahrain is an "inseparable
part of Iran" and "Iran cannot
remain inactive and silent any
longer In view of recent events."
Ardelan said he had- so in informed
formed informed the British Ambassador
here and British Foreign Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Selwyn Lloyd, who vlstied
Teheran last month.-, j :..
Ardelan's declaration- threat-
It presents Britain with the
prospect of much the same di-
Red Trade With
WASHINGTON, April 7 (UP)
The United States is consider
ing new moves to block Russia's
economic offensive in Latin
America, it was learned today.
Informal consultations have
already taken place with some
Latin American governments. j
Official, said they do not be
lieve soviet Premier Nikolai Bul Bul-ganln's
ganln's Bul-ganln's recent offer to. step up
trade and provide technical aid
to Latin America has had any
significant effect up to now.
But they said there are sirns j
ef some trade Increase with
the Sov'et bloc, Including Ar Argentina's
gentina's Argentina's meat agreement and
Cuban sugar tales to Russia.
These officials pointed out
that while there is no objection
to legitimate trade relations,
they fear the Soviet offer may
be a prelude to a new Commu Communist
nist Communist drive to sow discord in the
- A. v;
For this reason, the United
States la considering the estab establishment
lishment establishment of some machinery te
maintain vigilance "ever future
Soviet moves in the Western
Hemisuhere. the officials sa'd.
They said the problem already
has been discussed with Mexican
and Canadian-officials at the
recent chiefs of government
conference at White Sulphur
springs, w. va,
Says US Has Put
?mbarco On Israel
t NEW YORK. Anrll. 7 (UP
nr. Abba HHlel Silver. American
rionlst leader, said today the
United states has placed "an
embargo on arms to Israel. He
charged the Stcte Denrtmnt
said YesHne day and 'No the
nert on arms shipments to la-
raei. t-.,.;,.....,.V?.,1, i
The Cleveland rabbi empha emphasized
sized emphasized that he was sneakin? for
himself alone when h said Is
rael "ha a rlcht tn sernr arm
from whatever source they can
in oraer to survive."
He said the United States
"should not put Israel" in the
position of having to seek arms
irom communist countries.
Dr. Silver, who returned from
a two-week visit to Israel today.
aiso said ne had a personal mes
sage i to President Elsenhower
from Israel's President Itzhr"
MEET MISS ITALY -She's
sbapely Brunella Tocce. The
lovely titlebolder la competing
with other European beauties
for the "Mist Europe" honors.
She posed for this picture la
. WASHINGTON, ApriW (UP)
Government scientists announc
ed today that they have success successfully
fully successfully conducted experiments with
"frozen atoms which may lead
to development of a "super-power-
lur rocket tuei.
The National Bureau of'Scien
tists disclosed jt has "froien solid"
at 450 degrees below sero pieces
of molecules which exist only
briefly m flames ana not gsses.
It told ef beautiful Mac "flash
es" and "flames" observed at
the coldest temperature known.
The bureau said It believes it
has produced in solid form atomic
nitrogen, oxygen and possibly a
tomic hydrogen, as well as an
unstable molecule consisting of
one atom of hydrogen and oxygen,
Food, Rocket Fael
The experiments may have ra
mifications in such practical fields
as production of a rocket tA
more powerful than any now
known and in improved steriliza
tion of food. ; ; ij. r
Reporting on the experiments to
the Washington Philosophical So Society.
ciety. Society. Dr. H. P. Broida of the Bur
eau of standards sain.
"It it characteristic. f t It I s
field that the investigator! (peak
excitedly ef beairtifer celert,
queer phenomena and explosive,
These Occur at a temperature
lower than minus 450 degrees
fahrenheit. or about four degrees
above "absolute tern'; Absolute
zero is the point at which all ther thermal
mal thermal motion ceases, v.
'Atoms-of hydrogen, oxygen and
nigrogen are known to scientists
as "free radicals" beceu.se they
are not found under normal con
They are known to exist briefly
in hot flames and gases.
They also can be produced und under
er under laboratory conditions.
' Rocket Potsibilitios'
A for nowerinc vastlv imnroved
rockets of the future, the bureau
had this to say: ,-: t ;
"It has been speculated Ihtt a
tomic hydrogen or nitrogen might
make a super-powerful, r o ck e t
i "Such atoms existins alone have
a great deal of potential or stored
enerby because they have a pow
erful desire to re-com'me inio dia diatomic
tomic diatomic (two atom) molecules.
"When allowed to re-combine at
normal or elevated temperatures,
free hydrogen atoms would: give
uo their stored energy.
"Since hydrogen is the lightest
element known and the stored en-
errv is high in comparison with
weight, It might make a powerful
CASABLANCA. Morocco. April
7 (UP) United States Air
Force officials here are today
studying measures they will have
to take if a threatened strike of
Moslem workers at the Air
Force's Strategic Air Command
bases In Morocco comes off as
The strike has been called for
Monday morning and would af
fect all Air Force establishments
in the country, r
Union-Air Force negotiations
on native demands have been In
progress for several weeks, but
the union announced yesieruay
that they were getting nowhere
and slapped on the strike order,
Guilt-ridden Tax Evaders Contribute
To US Governments Conscience Fund
wAfitrrwrSTftW. Anrll 7 fTTP)
.-Payments by guilt-ridden tax
evaders into tne governments
"conscience fund" have shown a
marked Increase this year, it was
disclosed today. 1 -Tntjrnal
Rtventm Rervlr offi
cials said they received a total
of $4,412 lor tne iuna in tne
first three months of this year,
Th. wax almost half of the en
tire 1955 tOtal. --.:.':.-,:.,-!,'..,'..-,,
Payments to tne iuna average
around $10,000 a year.
Officials said the upsurge of
interest in religion may be re responsible
sponsible responsible for the Increased pay-
Th i.nnr.lenMp"fund was set
up to receive money from per
sons who want .to compensate
th. vnvcrnment annnvmous'.v
for the amount they have cheat cheated
ed cheated en their Income taxes or in
i-. V. Ht
ness firms in Monaco aren't :
missing a bet in their efforts j
to cash in on the wedding of
Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier j
III. This young model shows
off a "patriotic" gown promot promoted
ed promoted by a local dress shop. Fea Featuring
turing Featuring red and white, Monaco's
national colors, it is designed
to be worn by schoolgirls on
the wedding day. t
Dances Till 3
ABOARD THE S.S. CONSTI
TUTION. At Sea. April 7 (UP)
Grace Kelly partied until 3
a.m. today with her friends and
family sailino with her to Mona
co but the only man she danced
with was her fatner.
Th statnesnue blonde twirled
about the dance 'floor in the
shln' lounge in a fox trot with
her father, John B. .Kelly, Sr.,
shortly before midnight.
Then she sat down at a table
with a party which included
three' of her- bridesmaids ana
was content to watch the other
So far Miss Kelly has worn a
different, outfit each time she
Last nleht she dressed for din
ner in a slate blue organza short
evening dress with a hand-printed
flower pattern. She carried a
white mink stole over her arms:
With her parents she' Joined
the entire wedding group at a
cocktail party before dinner giv-
n by Mr. and Mrs. Matnew MC-
Closey of Philadelphia.
The bride-to-be said she 'felt
rested after three days on the
ocean and was beginning to
catch up on correspondence.
MONDAY, AFRIL 9
other dealings with Federal a-
- Officials believed most of the
payments come from very reli-
glous people" and from foreign
born who are afraid of going
Tne payments usually are sent
without comment, although a
note of explanation occasionally.
For example," the service, re recently
cently recently received this note signed,
"When I arrived in the Untied
States, I didn't know now every everything
thing everything worked wtlh paying tax taxes,
es, taxes, etc. etc.
"When I found this out I had
already disobeyed th law and
didn't dare report it to the dl-
rector of Internal Revenue. To
clear my conscious sic; 1 am
sending you $100. I believe this
win cover tne taxes 1 owe."
PX s, Commies
' Television on the Isthmus came closer last week'. :
The Army announced a tentative program schedule.
Post Exchanges started to deliver sets, so that own-,
ers could get sets and antennae installed in plenty of im
for the first regular telecasts. ? 1
The Commissary Division had earlier begun installing
sets in 'Canal Zone homes.
The Canal announced that ap
plications for the installation of
antenna systems on nouses un
der th canal Zone government's
jurisdiction could : be obtained
from the housing omces.
The television sets being sold
by the commissary Division are
equipped with indoor antennae,
or "rabbit ears," and the sets are
being installed by the distribut distributors
ors distributors in Panama i-
Meanwhile, the Army an announced
nounced announced that the installation of
sets for military personnel will
have to be approved by the post
"Installat'on of the antenna
must be accomplished by a
commercial dealer or contrac contractor
tor contractor subject ,to the post "engi "engineer's
neer's "engineer's r. approval," the Army
It also added that damage' to
the antenna wniie lnsiamng, re-,
pairina or jemovlng it, will be
the responsibility ( of the occupant-
The tentative schedule of the
type of programs to be proj projected
ected projected for telecasting was an announced
nounced announced as foUows:
3- 4 p.m. Armed Forces Hour
4- 5:30. Matinee Quia and Va Variety
riety Variety 1 ft
5:30-6. Juvenile or Family
6-7 Spot Light On the Services
rf.in oifuaMnn rinmedv f "s
7:30-8. Audience-Type Qui? ''.
8- 9 p.m. One-Hour Variety Pro Program
9- 9:30. Detective, and Mystery
Type Program I
9:30-10. panei Type vmz
10-11. Miscellaneous Drama
and Comedy five nights per
week, sports S nights per week
11:05-12 Heavy Drama.
Thra has ntlll been no
change announced in plans that
call for the CFN-TV station to
begin telecasting around the
first or May. Beginning tne mid middle
dle middle of ths month there will be
daily test patterns ; transmitted
on the pacific side only. r
The Army estimates tnat tne
cost of Installing outside tele tele-Tla'on
Tla'on tele-Tla'on antennae where neces necessary,
sary, necessary, will range from $30 to
$50. This will have to be paid
by the Individual occupants of
government quarters here,
they added. --'v
In connection with television
in the Canal Zone, a revision of
general order No. 22 has been is
sued, pertaining to ouwoor an antennae
tennae antennae for radio and television.
The revision brings up-to-date
the regulations for such installa installations
tions installations to conform with the Na
tional Electrical Code. The regu
latlons cover all outside antenna
installations Including those for
radio and for amateur broad broadcasting.
casting. broadcasting. v.
. Installation of television sets
Another gullt-rldden citizen
'wag moved to poetry. He dedi-
cated this verse "to the con-
"For something once taken.
For which there was no pay
So at peace I may lay."
The largest payment ever re-
ceived was a $5000 contribution
from an anonymous New Jersey
One of the strangest cases in involves
volves involves a Seattle. Wash, citizen
who sent In $4 a week through
1955.- .V : .,;,,.,
Officials thought the taxpayer
would complete his payments,
during last year, but the pay
ments nave oeen coming reguiar-
"Now we expect one every
Monaay irom him and sure
enough there it is," one official
t ..... T
in Canal Zone homes was begun
last month by the commissary
Division following an announce
ment that the Armed Forces sta-
tion will soon begin Tegular tel telecast
ecast telecast programs. f
Those who install outside tin
tennae have been cautioned by
Canal authorities to make appli applications
cations applications and' install their equips
ucciinir ana uonsirucuon Bi Bi-regulations.
regulations. Bi-regulations. 7;
The installation will h. uh.
Ject tef'inspecton by therEngl-
neering ana constructoin Bu
reaa to insure that the code re requirements
quirements requirements and other retrulatlona
have been met. Indoor antennae
wm not require approval. N
" The first orders for television (
sets ... were- taken pn-t bcfoi5X'
Christmas b7"t.e Commissary'
The sets being sold by the
Commissaries are built to re receive
ceive receive television signals on 25
or 60-cyde current and there therefore
fore therefore will not require conversion
when the change Is made in
the power system supplying
the var'ous communities.
A note of caution concerning
reception of television signals In
the Canal Zone was sounded by
Governor Sevbold at hi la:
conference with Civic Council
representatives. He said satisfac-
tory reception can not be guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed for all parts of the Zone
and technclans will be requested t
to check any areas which may
not have clear reception, f s
The second rase In t weelr ef
an Albrook sales store emolve
beins taken into custody for
stealing was aired Friday after,
noon in the Balboa Magistrate's
Ernesto YeV employed as a
storekeeper at the retail store at
Albrook was charged yesterday
with embezzlement of a letter lettering
ing lettering set valued at $66.05 which
was allegedly stolen from stock.
Probable cause was found and
the case of the 48-year,-old Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian t employe was bound
over for trial in U S. District
Court at Ancon. Bail was set at
Earlier" in the week Botlvar
Roman, formerly a storeman for
the same organization was charg.
tt tirtt.h rrnnrl larppnv Wla rns
wa'g continued until ,tomerow
mornlntr in the Balboa Mffis
trate's court. Roman is chare chare-ed
ed chare-ed with stealing $476 rolls of
Scotch masking tape valued at -$166.60.
No connection between th'
two cases has been pointed out
yet by Canal Zone police.
Prexv Foresees K:
35-Hr. Work Week
NORMAN. Okla., April 7 (DPI
Edward T. McCormick, nresl.
dent of the American Stock Ex
change, predicted today an av average
erage average income of $8,000 and a -35-hour
work week by 1980. I."
McCormick. featured speaker
at the University of Oklahoma's
"Business Day" said living stand,
ards in ths country have risen
more than 65 per cent in the last
24 years, and a far greater in increase
crease increase is predicted by 1980..
' "Don't let anyone ever tell you
about the good old days' Mc McCormick
Cormick McCormick said. "So far as you are
concerned, these are the good
old days and they show bright
promise of growing even tetter
in the years to come." ?
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IDLERS, NOGOOD3, PANHANDLERS, and others
short of the intestinal fortitude to ignore this sorry
space, let me be first with the news that I was passing
a little time the other day edging up on the elixir at
Rolando's Hideaway, If. this disclosure is too much for
you, best not read on. There is stronger stuff- yet to
come.. At least I hope there is. ? y -y
Anyway there I was wondering how Red's' Cantuta
cab is getting along now that he is using balsa logs for
"axles; to help it float better in-the upcoming rainy sea season,
son, season, when I received indirect word from Melbourne, the
site of this year's Olympic Games in November. ; r
I have considerable interest in these Olympic Games,
because I repose confidence in the ability of the Austra Australians
lians Australians to come up with many new events which may find
.teams from other nations unprepared.
A big crowd-puller in Melbourne, for example, would
be a welshing bookie steeplechase. The contestants would
have to run encumbered with the usual black gladstone
bag, while clearing an assortment of obstacles such as
are normally to be found between a country racetrack
and the nearest railroad station. A crowd would be in
pursuit, howling. "r
The Australians are of course prohibitive favorites
to win the two-up event This was deleted from the
Helsinki Olympics when a member of the United States
l squad, who had served with an infantry unit in- New
Guinea, denounced the captain of the Australian, two-iip
team' as a professional. Seems he was the 'same bloke
who already had a two-up school in roaring operation
there when the US infantry entered Lae.
The Australian claimed he was a morale officer.- He
also pointed to his operation as having sparked the Unit United
ed United Nations drive to spread modern art and culture in the
world's backward areas,
, These explanations were coldly rejected in'HelsinkiV
but wait till the Aussies get together with their home hometown
town hometown Judges. ; y ,t v ?
, John Landy is figuring to make a comeback in the
1500 meters, and there is another new sport in which
the Aussies are hot favorites, though the whole teatfris
trying to make a comeback. Throwing the boomerang.'
In the face of the undeniable strength of the home
team, and the home Judges, in these somewhat recent
1 events, I do not want it to be thought that the, Ameri American
can American athlete Is not. highly adaptable indeed,
Another Australian event, still listed at bush meet meetings,
ings, meetings, is the standing long jump, r ; J v, y.. ;
The old-fashioned, Australian method., is for the
jumper to hold himself down with a heavy weight in
each hand, then to drop the weights just as he leaps.
. This sudden unleashing apparently adds power" to
the pounce. Or it may have been that the old-time
; Australian athletes, in consideration of their great herit herit-'
' herit-' age, Jffid not feel comfortable without' a heavy weight
"attached to them.
The modern American athlete does not stay with
these out-dated methods. 1 Interested in progress as H
know you all to be, and interested equally in this Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus on which we live, it gives me satisfaction to report report-on
on report-on certain advances in track technique which are being being-developed
developed being-developed right here.. These advances could verywell
gain extra points for United States standing broad Jump
ers at Melbourne in November.
You will be reassured to learn that the new techJ
nique is right now the subject of intense but unpub-'
licized investigation. I do not consider it fair to those
burning themselves out on this project that their work
should continue unknown.
Briefly,' just as the Western roll brought a new era
of high-jumping, so the Amador leap may revolutionize
the technique of the standing long Jump in time for a
US triumph at Melbourne. ; S
-Weights are abandoned, as befits a country which -sprang
from rather different first principles than did
Australia. '. "..'
Substituted for them is a piece of modern athletic
papaphernalia from Detroit, such as a Ford. 4
Instead of this aid remaining static, as-did the old
Australian weights, it moves towards the athlete at speed.
This is believed to have a beneficial psychological effect
on the Jumper, performance-wise. And it's performance
' we're after.
Another damper on performance In the old Austra Australian
lian Australian system was that the Jumping was done on level
Taking inspiration perhaps from the slight raising
of the pitcher's mound in baseball, the Amador experts
conceived of conducting the jump from an area higher
than its surroundings.1 The Amador causeway was; just
the thing. ;
Thoueh no names have been announced, doubtless
pending notification of next of kin, it is understood that
there has been at least one splendid jump recorded un under
der under this new system.
As a suspicious sports writer, however, I mustques mustquestion
tion mustquestion the proposition that ships passing by in the Canal
channel were endangered.
. Perhaps the vessel was rocked by the splash, but I
doubt a direct hit was scored by the athlete. Though if
they use a Jaguar instead of a Ford for incentive, who
There it is then, at Amador they "are getting right
ahead with "advanced preparations for the Melbourne
Olympics. We should all acclaim the great work. ;
It's some sort of an answer, too, to the habit of
some Communist countries of putting top athletes in the
Army, where they don't have to bother about earning a
living, then letting them run constantly. f
The Amador system is different, and more in accord
with the Olympic spirit of amateurism. The standing
long Jumper had been in the Army a long time before
his true qualities as a competitor were discovered.
It is reported from some sources that a talent scout
first spotted him from the welMormed, well-forested legs
in a cheesecake shot -,
Glory can strike swiftly. It's too early yet to pick,
the Amador leap for a certain winner at Melbourne,, but
the prospects are of the best They used to call tennis
great Jean Borotra the Bounding Basque. ;
I can see the amended headlines: "Bounding Brass
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PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT this week hails an another
other another Kiwi victory,
over Cvrnos. Bear this in mind. If the Kiwis can
1 win, so can you. v
SrXDAT, APRIL 8, 1356"
. THE STTXDAY AMERICAN : -7. : v i:
. nuw IU I.UdUl IU lilt, U0H1 MEG
luttM w. uttiBB leii, uronance 011 leer, CorozaL -presents a Certificate-of Train-
uik w m Anene a. addoh during the recent graduation ceremony for the second Wort
M?!,Wa b!fl:aaiedwthla,yfa,r"' class members, left to right, are: Qrubbs,
50tSgt;,mCha & S1 Mr5- J?ylvIS Scandrett, MSgt. Walter J. Mazur. MSgt.
Robert E. Keys, Milton Meyers, Howard Gee, Sgt. W. C. Pool. Sgt. Louis A, Fellis, MSgt.
Quentia H. Campbell, Sant T.. Daniels, William D. J.-Thomas, Lt. Paul J. Street and Carlos
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MEMBERS of Boy Scout Troop 19 recently attended a Court of Honor ceremony' In which
have successfully met the requirements in one- or more of the various fields in which they
can earn the badges. The boys from left to right; front row are: Jim Rowan, John Lewis,"
Sammy Zollicoffer, Fred Brown, Dickie Burch ettand, James McLaughlin In the back row row-are:
are: row-are: Hugh SUvis, Larry Dial, Buddy Schultz, Joho Frink nd Brink Miller. ? I
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CUB SCOUT members of Pack 19 are shown with impressive displays they constructed hi
the 'Ft. Amador Ubrary showing the bi-prod ucts-derived from the rea. -. During the month
.of March "The Bottom of the Sea" was the theme studied by Pack 19. Shown with their
displays are (left to right): Mike Flite, Billy Frink, Peter Schoomaker,: Michael Llndquist
and.Mrs. S. 0. Llndquist, Den Mother. (U.S. Army photo)
The Internationtll Girls Scuts of
the Canal Zone will hold their an annual
nual annual meeting at the ParaUo School
tomorrow. Among the matter on
the agenda are the election of the
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cent visit of Miss 'Kel Rusk,; ANDERSONVILLE MacKinlay
Western- Hemisphere executive:
secretary, and the forthcoming
visit of Miss Gladys, Gromien rc rc-"gional
"gional rc-"gional trainer. 'Miss Gromien. haf
just returned from Europe where
she took several courses in scout scouting...
TEN NORTH FREDERICK -John
ADDING INSULT ..."
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -(UP) A
thief stole an adding machine from
the state house. It was taken from
the office of the head of Indiana's
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WHEN THE CREDIT'S LOW.
ORDER CHAMPAGNE by Reese
ituub luppincou) is a fond recol recollection
lection recollection of the sort of wacky adven adventure
ture adventure VOuno Inurimu ,,..!
lavolved in before .depression, war
uu uie aiom got logetner to re remind
mind remind them that life is real and
iue is earnest and the grave is
' met imiinfl th
Reese Wolfe and Johnny Eenney
ww juniors on leave from Stan Stanford
ford Stanford University,' trying to work
their way to Singapore by sea,
wiien wey got stranded in Spain
in 1927 and ran intn Inh r nn
lilan, a "big operator" who prompt-
.J uejiuiucu uiem as nis agents in
a suine 01 mininff h
iney spent the next several
months l&untinir arnnnri h m..n
. a v u uivuu-
Urns of the Asturias, looking learn-
cui7 i ore samples ana dickering
With SSSOrtMl in tarns
- .MntHDwvuM iiuau-
ciers. The fact that they knew noth
ing aoout mining or even geology
Hwln't Hann 1 l j
wmui uicui, uu uuuouy else
seemea to notice.
Thev wer nnw m.
step removed from bankruptcy, to
ue sure, out unman, woo was i
fast man with a shoestring himself
gave mem two DllS 01 aOViCe
never aamit you bavent any
money," ana toe precept that pro
vides tne uue 01 Woue's, book.
Tha rrv nf tha fnistrata ;
tor became familiar to their ears.
bu the only 4ime they actually
went to jail, it was for beating up
10 Spanish cods.
; This is a wildly funny story that
reaas use laniastic ficUon. Wolie
certifies, however, that except for
the dialogue, ha invntrf tn moat
the situation, evervthine actually
uappenea just as aescriDed
Historian Van VJvrV ItmnVa !.
r J vwa UH
turned -his versatile talent to a
richer if less diverse field, in his
current work HELEN KELLER
This is tlv nn nwini a itnfinittua
blOSraDhv of the AeaiMmd Holn
nor ia it IntpnHaH
it is, as iU subtitle "Sketch
for a Portrait", indicates, the
borad outlines nf a narannalltir
whom H. G. Wells called "the
most wonderful being in America,"
and Mark Twain described (as "the
most marvelous person of her sex
since Joan of Arc
The book la renUta with norennol
- I -v.. J.V1
anecaoies ana aesrrtnttnna f n
intimate nature, for the author was
Close friend of Helen Kaller fnr
twenty years. It describes some-
thlnff of tha maffifsl tranefnrma.
tion which came over the sightless
and unhearinff virt nnHor tha tute
lage of Anne Sullivan Macy when
miss auiuvan convincea tier 7-year-old
charge that she could make
contact with the outside world.
Brooks movingly depicts .Helen's
reactions to the diversity- of pa
ture. t ,,, ''.
He' fntirhea vnn har fair1
throughout the world, her visits to
hospitals during both world wars,
her fund-raising campaigns in be behalf
half behalf of the handicapped, her ac activities
tivities activities in. politics, her ventures
into literature and sculpture, and
numerous other activities which
By Thomas E. Murray, United States Atomic Energy Commission
that science cannot give man
the answer to his fundamental
problems. And doubting In the
tnnvn w 11 i
uiiu us we atom age gives
rise to various moods. Peonle
react fb the new discoveries In
- Some, react with a mood of
guilt, as though atomic energy
was essentially evil. Others are
seized by a mood of fear, alv
' lng rise to a policy of neutralism.
Then there u the mood of rail
Hy, "There's nothing I can do
about it, so I wont even think
1 1 1 1 M All,,
aVOUIN la. OUJU
others .are just
ctmnlv havriltar i
IT SEEMS to
. me that none
of these Is the
mood is not
bred Of Illusions. MurraT
. A Christian, is always a realist.
' The Christian sees in all things
the hand of God. With Pope
'Pius XH he, recognizes that
"technological progress comes
from God; and it can and ought
to lead to Ood."
AS AN. Atomic Energy Com Commissioner,'
missioner,' Commissioner,' I have "been brought
elose to many evidences for the
providence of God. In looking
at the tiny atoms, with their
protons, neutrons and electrons
showing forth unbelievable com complexity
plexity complexity along with perfect order,
one cannot help but see the
: hand of God. t
Even scientists who once dog dogmatically
matically dogmatically excluded God from
the universe begin to realize now
Infallibility of science is a step
towards humble belief In the
guidance of God.
Pope Plus has told us that in
stead of shuddering at every new
atomic discovery we should see
a new door opening behind
which we find God. God meant i
us to find the atom and If we
use it in accord with His laws
we can use It to bring increased
nappiness to man here on earth.
THIS FAITH in God's Drov-
laence is an essential part of the
Christian mood In the atom age.
But we must go beyond faith.
We must have recourse to God
for the enllghtment of our un understanding
derstanding understanding to use this great
gift for man's v good. v.--
This duty o' craver. thduch
most important for out leaders,
falls upon all of us. It is a'
duty for all of us who have a
stake in the survival of our na
tion. .: V v..
WE HEAR much today about
greater aid for our allies, better
education and more schools as
the answers to our oroblems.
But these are not enousrh. Uan
alone cannot cure his ills.
God has slven us the atom
He has also given us the freedom
to use It Wisely or marilv Tn
face, that responsibility, cou
rageously ana numbly, powlng
prayerfully before the atom's
giver, this is the Christian mood
in our atomlc-aee. the am nf
t Pwil nn Iotk. Wii ir, B,
SATURDAY, APRIL 14th
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nut the special quality of Van
WVCK Krnnka' relativelv short
Count is that it rantnre. cniruthins
of the unquenchable spirit of this
Nero Wolfe. Res Stnnt'i
weight, r orchid-fancying detec detective,
tive, detective, has a pronounced aversion
to leaving his home. Any lawyer
wuo naies mm inio court, even as
a witness, is ant to wish he haH
prepared his case in almost any
other way as the district at attorney
torney attorney discovered in "The Nevt
Witness," first of three studies in
murder contained in THREE WIT
The victim in "The Next Wit Witness''
ness'' Witness'' is a telephone ffirl who knew
loo much. "When A Man Murders
.." second "lono short' in the
collectionconcerns the traeic end
of a Korea veteran's "Enoch Ar-
den" marriase. The third "Die
Like A Dog," eliminates a writer
and provides Nero Wolo with a
net a hlaplr I jihraHnr rAtrtavAi
wno xurmsnea ue ciues mat tea
to a murderer.
deckers like THREE WITNESSES
among his fuiwengtn JNero Wolfe
mysteries, displaying an uncom
mon talent for using the same cen
tral characters in both Ion? and
short fiction. Followers of Wolfe
LOST IS FOUND
RnKTniv TTPt ort,n.
y-m HIIUO Ai:a,-
ing tea bags for a Boston firm,
mrs. Margaret Lowery, 20, inad inadvertently
vertently inadvertently dropped her diamond
ring in a eartnn Rut nnor thm n'nn
is back on her finger. It was re-
coverea auer oemg traced to a
uucago company to wnicfl tne car
um naa oeen smppea.
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and his able lieutenant, Archie
Goodwin, will not be disappointed
by their nerformance here and th
book provides an opportunity for
any whodunit fan whe does not
know them ta make their ar.
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ISLAND IN THE SUN Alec
Herman Wouk -AUNTIE
MAME Patrick Den-
CASH McCALL Cameron Haw-
THE SEARCH FOR BRIDEY
MITRPHV Mn. H.ra,l.m
CIFT FROM THE SEA Anne
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PROFILES IN COURAGE Johni
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THE SITfDAI AMERICA
Sr.NDAT. APRIL t 1?!I
BY ALICIA HART
t NEA 'Beauty Editor
Flowers for the mother of the
' bride is another of the many
i tT;inf3 a woman has on her mind
I when the starts planning ife r
orugnier a weqoing.
Tradition differs from commu
t miy 10 community aDoui wneiner
j tins 15 an expense borne by the
if room or by the bride's family.
But in any case, the flowers are
J something the mother of the bride
, selects herself and not something
that arrives as a ghastly surprise
, on uie morning of the ceremony
Size is a very important consi consi-!
! consi-! deration. No woman, however
larw, should wear flowers that
look like a floral tribute in a
,hot race. They should be scaled
to a woman's height and weight.
:ie colors should beN appro appro-'prire
'prire appro-'prire to her dress and to the co color?
lor? color? of the wedding party in gen-
J'iidesmaids may carry season
al flowers in a December wedding.
but the mother of the bride would
. do better to pick up the green of
; the leaves than the red of the
bn-quets for; her own flowers-
The flowers should' be designed
' by the florist to ga on the- costume
: pruperly. If it's single flower to
be worn on a tlutcn.' hist, 'it should
be scaled to the bag. It the flow-
I ers have to be worn on an organ-
' za aress. tor instance, iney snouvu
' not be so heavy they pull the -fab-
. rr down. ;
; ".'he fiowers should always be
J worn the way they grow facing
They should be pinned on se
curely with two or -three stout
1 m .it -1 1 J
' pull, U.V someone uuicr uiau vnc
J M'f, to
be sure theV are on well
bride's mother and the
noes muiner n uu
! groom's mother may want to se-j- ;
I le?t fiowers together for harmony, neat hat is an excellent idea.
! Iffttlon' Omandie leecL
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i; 'lin hn urn iAplz
, .Beautiful, bouffant dresses in nylon organdie are no problem
t for mother to do up. Big sister (left) wears full-skirted dress
'with sleeveless pinafore, scalloped and embroidered at the
;hem with pastel flowers. Little sister's dress has over-skirt and
innder-sklrt embroidered In design that's repeated on the bodice.
t .This nylon organdie will stay crisp through many washings
' but it must be touched ap with an iron. By GAILK DUGAS.
; 2 te A Women's Editor.
jxlze Cjreat Care -i
BY ALICIA HART
NEA Beauty Editor
; Many persons have grown
witfja horror of an otherwise per-
fecfiy pleasant uncle or family
friend Deeause, during the years
wnen aap- was young ana requireu
' to shake hands with this person,
. he offered a limp fish hand.
As women get out of their ado-
lescence,. they. are required to
shake hands less frequently. A nod
or a pleasant greeting docs toe
job. 4 -v
But on the occasions when wom women
en women shake hands, it's wise to re remember
member remember that the most impecca impeccable
ble impeccable grooming will go to naught if
the handshake is unpleasant.
Unpleasant handshakes include:
wrestling grip, generally given by
women who were championship
hockey players; limp fish, given
1Y ALICIA HART
? NEA Beauty Editor
Many of the items of clothing
recommended for a teenager go going
ing going for a job or school interview
are not important for themselves.
They are important because they
show the person doing the inter
viewing that the teener knows
what's apprpriate for an occasion
Stockings- are such an item
Certainly, a school girl isn't ex
pected to. wear stockings all the
time. But a prospective employer
or school likes to Know mat- a
young lady knows an important
event when she sees ,it and can
dress for it. Ankle socks are out
on this occasion,
Hieh-heeled pumps are not
important. In fact, certain party
shoes might be a very pooa iaea
Neat, well polished shoes that
are appropriate with stockings are
Gloves are important. YouH
take them .off right away, but
they give a mature touch to any
outfit, however simple.
The matter of a hat receives
frequent considerationA hat is
important But one young lady
who was told she must always
wear, a hat on aucn an occasion
borrowed one that was so 'unbe
coming- that she would have been
better; off, bareheaded.! 1
A slick, clean head of hair will
do if a hat seems impossible. It
is certainly better than wearing
m,.w. ,., ...itable.
by women who have the idea that
beautiful women obtain style by
languishing; the cozy, unshakmg
grip that ends with v little
squeeze, often given by aunts who
feel they share sotne great wis wisdom
dom wisdom because they remember you
when you were in diapers; and the
flipper, which never seems to grip
at all, frequently given by wom
en who are looking somewhere
A eood handshake is done ai el
bow level. It involves a solid, but
not crushing, grip and a cduple
of shakes up and down, followed
by a decisive release of grips.
Fuss about gloves or no gloves
and about who stands up isn't too
important compared to the princi
ple of looking at the nerson you're
greeting while you're shaking
hands and speaking something I
Don't sit and wait
for "Lady l uck"
Go and meet her
thru Wim AMERICAN
It's a "must" for
fk)orlz '3or Cjool Carriage Starts IJouny
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An atmosphere of warmth and
fun for both mother and young-1
iters is a good one in which!
to begin posture games. Ellen!
Wimmer Berland makes sure'
both daughters feel a part of)
the rainy-day activities.
An atmosphere of warmth and
fan for both mother and young youngsters
sters youngsters is a good one in which
to begin posture games. Ellen
Wimmer Berland make sure
both -daughters feel a part of
the rainy-day activities. ..
By BETSY WADE
"JANIE, sit up straight," Is one
of the poorest ways in the world to
give Janie a healthy posture. ;
This is the word'Of Ellen Wim
mer. Berland, a modern dancer
who leaches both adults and young'
sters how to be at home and re.
laxed in their bodies. She calls it
"body mechanics," which her stu
dents consider a dull title for in
teresting work. )
Mrs. Berland explains that while
teaching adults involves correction
and re-education, the whole battle
with children is prevention. A
child can be taught the use of musc
les and can learn the "feel" of
healthy posture so well that strong
posture is set for life, without that
dinner table admonition.
It's done by the play' method,
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The Dallas look for summer Is expressed here in three different
ways; the Victorian (left), the cotton knit top combined with
sharkskin skirt (center) and the dark, slick sheath look for
office and travel. Wide-skirted dress (left) with pretty, feminine
touch of eyelet embroidery Is propped by petticoats. It's eorded
Bv GABLE DUGAS
DALLAS (NEA) The Victorian,
look is the Dallas look for the com-
ino summer. :
Fluffy ruffles, 1 a c e-trimmed
shirtwaist dresses, lace prints and
filmy, floaty fabrics all point up
the romantit iook tavorea Dy
For business wear, the slim!
Qamti Prevent Poilu
The "angry eat back" (left) Is easy for a child who's seen a cat in this posture. Tw tendencies a
parent must help the child avoid, while playing this game, are Bashing the elbows forward Into
a locked posUlosi and toeing la. "Being the chair back11 (right) is aided by telling the child to
imagine a string la the middle of her head that's pulling her straight np.
With body games that are fun
for the child. Mrs Berland, who
has two youngsters of her own, I
recommends doing it at home,!
starting when the child is about;
six and able to respond to direc directions.
tions. directions. These muscle educating
games should not be daily tasks,
but fun for rainy days when the
child feels like being active. j
, In most adults, the prime pos posture
ture posture fault is sway-back. Mrs.
Berland points ont that the tiny
child, with -the typical infantile
big abdomen, has nothing postur
al to worry a parent. But as the.
child slims out, several body games
can prevent the development
The "angry cat back"
game that involves these mus mus-clos.
clos. mus-clos. The youngster gets down on
hands and knees with fingers
straight forward and leet point pointing
ing pointing straight back, not, inward
Gentle corrections by the mother
to eliminate toeing in or extra extra-extended
extended extra-extended elbows help get the
right position. Then the mother
announces that the imaginary
dog is coming toward the child.
The child raises her middle back
as she has seen cats do. Then it
goes down when the "dog" leaves.
Perhaps the dog comes lack a
gain. A younger child may enjoy
piayuiB uie iui u uie vug.
This will develop the muscles
that keep the back strong, but it
won't encourage the develop
ment of the military' brace the
usual consequence of simply tell telling
ing telling a child to "stand up straight."
"Folding up like a book" is
another game. Perhaps a young-
Hook continues for hot weather,!
"often done in the darker colors;
for an added look of coolness.'
Cotton knits are favored in sport-,
swear and freouently are seen
the company of fresh white shark
skin. These knits are used lor
one-piece play suit, for tops and
snons ana snestns,
i Getting back to
Getting back to the Victorian
influence, it's felt in the. use
ster prefers to try it with a real
dook first, rut tne front cover,
flat An h Iaa hnll tk. k..Ir
cover vertically. Then slowly close
For this one, the child sits on
the floor, with feet and legs ex extended
tended extended straight in front of her:
Then she folds forward from the
hips. She should go only as far
forward as she can without hunch hunching
ing hunching her shoulders or crumpling her
back.' J.-'' '-
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The 'feer of healthy posture
comes with "being the chair
! back." This is done with the
youngster sitting Oh a stool or
otherwise backless chair. Her ear
should be directly a b o ve the
a-1 shoulder muscle, shoulders over
bips, abdomen tucked toward
her backbone, v
Mrs. Berland' points out' that
It's fruitless to go at the matter
too hard, with a young child. If
the preschool child can play these
games with her mother, even if
only once in a while, they will re remain
main remain fun and can become a more
regular thing later. The child her herself
self herself may ask to play them. But if it
becomes a struggle, any possible
good is lost in .a battle of nerves
and the idea occurs to the child
that posture is like cod liver od
"Folding up like a book" be be-gins
gins be-gins with position that puts
: torso -at right angles to legs.
'Shoulders are even.- r
Folding ap toward her legs,
youngster bends from hips as :
far as sh e-can, without -hunch-
ing or wrinkling is abdomen. -. I
white pique for a fresh, crisp contrast.
nylon lace on gingham and In!
shirtwaist dresses that froth with
rufOes and insertion, lacedget
collars and little puffed sleeTos.
miTms is a 'departure from the
- j tailored shirtwaist dresses of pth-
Fragile-looking fabrics, the dot-
lightweight ginghams'are favored.!
of; Dallas designers like paisley!
"Folding up like a book" be begins
gins begins with position that puts
torso at right angles to legs.
Shoulders are even.' ...
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; Folding up toward her legs.
; youngster bends from hips as
t without hunch-
lag or wrinkling In abdomen
prints in vivid, clear colors
I they usethem for ensembles, co-
ordinates and sportswear. Many
of the clothes done in paisley
an Oriental feeling jn de-
ti. Vmnira Uno is in aviHono
hut with an eased Inok. The vprvl
a gentle seaming under the bust
Stilt JuL Si Amonq JJer Clia
By ALICIA HART
WASHINGTON (NEA) Next to
, a super-highway system, Elizabeth
! Jackson is about the most excit excit-,
, excit-, ing thing that can happen to a
. traffic engineer.
i When one of them talks shop
.with her, be never forgets it.
.Here's why: J
She's an attractive brunette.
She's 2( years old und single.
She's a brilliant civil engineer.
- And she's traffic engineer for the
Chicago Planning Commission.
"I have to' contact a lot of en engineer's
gineer's engineer's around Chicago, and it al always
ways always seems that-after one meet meeting
ing meeting they remember aie," laughs
Liz, who considers the novelty of
being -a woman traffic engineer a
She came to tow recently to
attend the annual meeting of the
Highway Besearch Board, a na
tional cooperative organization of!
highway engineers and technolo
What Lis is most proud of how however,
ever, however, is her election last Novem November
ber November as a ntmber of the Institute
of Traffic Engineers. She and only
one other woman belong to his
national society. J
"I'm just a farm girl front Wis
consin, says Liz. "But i ve ai
ways loved math and was deter determined
mined determined to be an engineer. When I
went to the University of wiscon
sin, they tried to talk me out of
it. but I'm oretty stubborn
Turned out she was the only
sal who took civil engineering a
long with hundreds of men. But
that didn't faze her. v
"They treated me like a sister
and I thought it was fun," she
explains. But it was difficult for
her to earn enough to put herself
A scholarship covered her tu
ition, but she had to take on out outside
side outside jobs to pay her room and
"At the end of my first year I
had just twb dollars left," she
says with a smile. "One semester
I wonted 40 nours a wees ana
carried seven courses."
Today she's the pride of Wis Wisconsin's
consin's Wisconsin's Engineering Department.
Ijz graduated with honors in 1954
and is a member of Tau Beta Pi,
the eneineer's Phi Beta Kappa.
Then she began working for the
Chicago Planning Commission and
' YESTERDAY when Tommy, his
mother and Grandma were at his,
Aunt Lida's house, she showed
them how well his baby cousin was.
Over and over she'd call, "Come
to Mommy" and with a look of
intense concentration, baby Kathy
would make her way to Aunt Li Lida's
da's Lida's waiting arms.
Suddenly in the midst of this
exhibition, Tommy discovered that
his water pistol had jammed. When
his mother fixed it. he complained,
of pain in an old knee cut When
this had been examined, he de demanded
manded demanded that bis mother take him
on her lap. ',
"Don't fall for that stuff," said
his Grandma to his mother. "He's
just trying to get -attention.""
THE severe tone with which
Tommy's Grandma exposed bis de
sire for attention put it into a class
with desires for strong drink, drugs
other people's wives and other
shocking appetites. ;
So his motner ten terribly as ashamed
hamed ashamed of it. Instead of lifting him
on to her lap, she shoved him a a-way,
way, a-way, saying irritably, "Can't you
leave me alone a minute? Go on
out to the yard and play with your,
Beige takes to gold this year
like lemon to meringue. So try, were shown in the Paris ..collee ..collee-mixing
mixing ..collee-mixing them up, just for fashion Hons. -Chic and waterproof, too,
fun .... '. ., r. -i .... I : ,r.i i
Hatn getting caught in the rain?!
The five-aud-dime has those plas-i
tic rain bonnets that cover your
entire hat, yet fold away into
mere nothing when it s sunny.
Prettv. frillv accessories from
Pans are the organza parasols:
and printed silk fans.
It's hard to believe but there
are still girls who need but won't!
wear glasses. Going without
them is a fine way .to acquire
squint lines and early wrinkles.
Get vour self two or three nrettv
frames and wear them without a-
Dior like coral foorn wilh a ve
ry pale blue, a heavenly color
combination for spring and sura-
mcr. v :-
How does your summer ward
robe shape up? Seriously, this
(not June 1) is the time to think
about it. Time to check over last
year s clothes ana consider alter
ations ana additions. )v (
Have you ever figured out how
much you spend each year on
clothes? A clothes budget Is a
good idea. It keep you from run run-iing
iing run-iing wild at Sales and winding up
with items you'll never wear.
Whether a girl is a beauty or.
rint che'U find most men r a t
cood grooming high. So let n
hMn r-nisH kvithncA shndA iMilishpd hr ml in ps
iven, stocking seams straight and
Elizabeth Jackson, traffic jintU
neer for the ChiratoWannW-;
Commission. Her eeUeagMt ,A
don't forget her. ? v V
just recently took, over 'as-traffic
engineer. She handles all types pf
traffic problems in T connection
with the development of new land
and housing projects in the cityv
Lis wax drawn tn' 4raffir- nm.
neering because .' she thought it
offered the. best- opportunities for
a gal. -r-4 r-.: i 4
, 'Besides,- it's, something, few
women have tackled," she t-
clares. "And it s more fun to. do
Although. Liz can handle1' : a
slide rule like a pro and' occa occasionally
sionally occasionally goes out into the. .field
to survey, she's no slacker when
it comes to distaff doings. -.
She grew up on her dad's dairy
farm in Mineral Point, Wis., and
like a good farm girl knows .how
to cook and sew. She makes her
own clothes.. ..
Liz : has only one i drawback.
"I'm probably the only traffic
engineer in, the world who,
doesn't have a driver's license,"
she admits. She knows how to
drive;' she' just hasn't bothered
to get a permit. As to women
being bad drivers,' she thinks iff
nonsense. x'. ; ; ? ; ,'
- Actually,, of, 'coarse,; Tommy's
desire for his mother's attention is
natural. The fact that his Grand-
ma, instead of accepting it as na-
tural, resists it so severely is what
is shocking tn the situation, merit
Ing his mother's close attention, ;
- For Grandma is a person who
doesn't like anyone to ask her for
things. As a parent who took great
pride in her "generosity," she al.
ways tried to anticipate her chil children's
dren's children's wishes so insistently that
they got the idea it was somehow
"ungrateful", to form or express
any themselves.A-; -'-. i v--
TODAY, Tommy's mother still
depends: on Grandma.' to do her
thinking for her. To make her as ashamed
hamed ashamed of her little boy's -natural
desire for her attention, all Grand Grandma
ma Grandma has to do is speak of it con contemptuously.
temptuously. contemptuously. Parents who are tormented by a
child's demandmgness are, usually
people who have been .trained in
self-effacement. Until we can. dis discard
card discard the values of the parents who
made us afraid of our own demand'
ingness, we will remain scared of
Only too often if is the relative
who has demanded most who is
most anxious for us to squelch all
demandingness jn our children.
Raincoats in navV blue leather
Most parents know that fho
, rate at which Baby gains weight
seeps on slowing oewn. He may
double his weight in the first fiva
months and not do it'again for
a couple of years or more. But
when Baby gains only i lew
pounds between his second and
third birthday. This is usual
v At around age two, Baby 'can'
lern to wash his bands (dabble)
to the sink and wipe this 'fact
(swish) with the washcloth. Thesa
i are useiui skujis ana snouian I Cm
cleaning by mother i
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Terribly 'complicated toys that
break easily can frustrate Baby.
If he seems to prefer milk cartons
and some crumpled paper, he's
protecting himself, and youj from
a tantrum. -. f
Transition from diapers to train-
ing pants cau make Baby seem
ci much sbmmer and more adult. So
dent throw out the overalls that
. are lOiiff enouch. but loo ticht for
wear ever diapers. They, may lit
ST X DAT, APRIL 8, 1958
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cial "Social a bo OUHnwat," ar elivere
by hnO la the fitr. Noikcj ol
mcihi(i caaaat ee aenptra' j tela-
Wuorry Htights Womon'a Club
To Honl Collet Aid Meeting
I ue regular meeting ana coffee
of tue Quarry Heignis Women's
tiub win oe held tn Wednesday,
at S:30 a.m. at tne yuarry aeigms
Uthcers' tiuD. tor cancellations.
please noUty one of Uie following
aosVesses prior to noon on Tues Tuesday:
day: Tuesday: Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. CoUey,
American Guild Of Organists
liiomiaa tfraaik lo Meet
By PATRICIA WIGGINS
WASHNGTON (UP) Wash
ington's petticoat news brigade
with thrhelp of President Eisen-!
hower and other VIP's gleefully
proves it is as handy with a cook cookbook
book cookbook as a typewriter.
The Women's National Press
Club admits with amazement that
it already shows in estimated
$20,000 profit from sales of its re recently
cently recently published cookbook, "Who
Says We Can t. Cooke". The best bestseller
seller bestseller has been going at the rate
of 5,000 copies a month.
, The book's 175 pages are filled
with favorite receips ot govern-
mAnl AffiniaMnm mm Mr ITican.
The IsthtniLn Branch nf 1h A.' tTT jT V. LZ
RlPriPOII l.lllln A I krnnnlrl a ta) i ll ... 1
ivihu xwa U k1 aUUi W (It
Kirn GROUP OF GUESTS sample Destlladbra Naclonal'a products at the annual Bartend Bartender'
er' Bartender' contest held Friday Bight at the Panama Golf Club.
'FOREIGN' MINISTER AND MRS. ALBERTO BOYD
TQ LEAVE f OR C9ST4 RICA ;
Th Minister of Foreign Affairs, Alberto Boyd, and Mrs.
Boyd, will leare for Costa Rica, Monday, to attend as Of Official
ficial Official Gtiesta of the Costa Rican OoTernment, the ceremonies
in connection with the Fiesta Centenarlo de Jose Santamana,
" Costa Rican national hero. ...
. -The Foreign -Minister and Mrs. Boxd expect to. be gon'
? a.fe days. r
. Mr. and Mrs. Jaen Guardia, of
Golf Heights have, as their houe houe-Buest.
Buest. houe-Buest. Mrs. Robert Haas, Mrs.
Guests who attended were the
Mesdames H. ..Sanyour, MacPhail,
and Beverly Robinson. ;
The following members of the
Guardias mother. Mrs. Haas willi NCO Wives. Club 'were present
visit with4ier daughter and son-in-
Jaw foia few weeks. 11
Tji Entartaln For Children :
Mra: Barbara Richardson will
iuertain the children of the Hogar
del1 Nino with refreshments and
swimming at her home in Golf
Heights- on Wednesday, r
TeUtttrHl Day of ht Americas
- Among the Embassies making
up tables at the Union Club for
the Embassiei "Day of the Americas"-!:
a La ball on" lApril Mlh are
those of Honduras, Uruguay, Chi China
na China Guatemala, Peru, Haiti, Mex Mexico,
ico, Mexico, Salvador, Chile and Costa Ri Rica.
ca. Rica. A table has also been reserved
for the festivities by Commander-
in-Chief, of the Caribbean com
mand and Mrs. William K,
Mesdames Many Willard, Roy
Russell, Ceorge Brodsky, Helen
Yoder. 01ca Myers, Charles St.
John, Floyd Miles, Benaro, II. Ote
ro, Cyril Ahmer; iiarom uu jbois,
and the hostess, Mrs criu,
Pinner Farty ;
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Magruder
will giv a" dinner at their at their
home in El Cangrejo on Saturday
ih( lore imall group of friends.
irbtcua At Tiffany Richardtens
'Mri and Mrs. Tiffany Richard Richard-'00
'00 Richard-'00 jvUI. entertain at a small
bridge and swimming party Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon at their home ta
Golf Heighta foUowed by an even evening'
ing' evening' barbecue.- i:r--'--
: Arbroek Officers Wives'
' The Albreok i Officers" Wives'
Club will tour the old section of
Panama City on Wednesday, April
ilihi They will take ta the Golden
Altgr, Flat Arch. Presidential Pa Palace,
lace, Palace, Sea Wall fLa Bovedas) and
will view the famous Ramoni Le Le-fevre
fevre Le-fevre collection of polleras and
jewelry.. .- s
Orchid Chapter To Hold i
Charity Ball and Card Party
The annual cnaruy uau .ana
Card Party sponsored by the Or Orchid
chid Orchid Chapter No. 1, OES. will be
held Saturday evening April 28th,
from 8:00 until 12:00 p.m. at the
Tivoll Guest. House. The benefit
affair will be given-to raise funds;
for; charities..) t V'W h 1
' Door prize will be a Sterling
Silver coffee and Tea Service.
Also, there will be spot prizes
for dancing and individual table
prizes for card players.
Tickets are SI. per person and
Har-.hiay e purchased from members
of the Chapter of trom Mrs. onn
Ryan, 2-1396, or at the Tivoli Guest
House the evening of the affair.
The public is invited to attend.
- I The OubliC is
" ftet the ; tour the- ladies will this letrty re;
t. 1 i.. mi Ih. Ilnmrt rhlh I
"More About Panama" : x!
Ai Balboa YMCA USO
. The last session in. the ."More
About Panama" series at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa YMCAUSO will be held on
Tuesday, at 7:30 and will feature
Mr. Carl urtis who isweU know
for his archeological work on the
Isthmus over a period of fifty
Mr." Curtis will bring -an Indian
bead collection, dating from Pre Pre-Columbian
Columbian Pre-Columbian times and also hi gold
collection. :i i' j
In addition, slides will be shown
of the' recent expedition and exca exca-vatinnfi
vatinnfi exca-vatinnfi in Chlriaui Province, brin
ging to light new data. This wrUl
be the first public showing of these
Mf Curtis will also speak 1 of
Old Indian Civilizations as they
are related to Mexico and South
invited to auena
ding en La Boca Road was the set
ting on Wednesday evening for an
exhibit 'of ceramics made during
the eight weeks course just com completed',
pleted', completed', under the direction of Mr.
and Mrs. William J. Stevenson of
Travs. boxes. Vases, h owls
pitchers and ash trays ef various
aesigns ranging trom trie conven conventional
tional conventional to the ultra modern illustrat
ed the slb; foil and pinch bowl
metnoas ot lasmomng the clay in
to-, the desired articlesl One mem
ber of the class whose interest is
architecture, showed two cigiret cigiret-tc
tc cigiret-tc boxes in the form of houses, one
modern, and made by the slab
method and the other a log cabin
made by the coil method. All of
the work, is free form, no molds
being uses.. Each pupil creates bis
ownTdcsign and color scheme. An
outstanding cuarctenstic of the ex
hibit was the delicacy of 'thet artic
les' often lacking in ceramics of
Mr.' and Mrs. Stevenson.! who
donate their time and skill to this
volunteer service of the USO JW JW-B,
B, JW-B, were enthusiastic in their
praise of the work done by this
class and also gratified that an
increasing number of men are
signing up for the course. Because
of limited "working space and the
nature of the work plus the fact
that there is but one small firing
kiln, membership in the class is
limited to eighteen. Each class
runs, for. eight; weeks,
Margaret Locke Theater of Dance
To Give Annual Recital I
The' annual recital of the Madce
Locke Theatre of Dance will be
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neiu as usuat in me Auuiiunum oi
the YMCA Cristobal, on April 21st,,
at 7:30 p.m. Tne curtain will rise
promptly on evening's entertain
ment entitled, Bubbles,
Pupils will execute tap, toe, a-;
crobatic, character and ballet
solos, The group numbers include
acts entitled 'Hit The Deck'. 'Lit
the French Interlude", Blowing
Bubbles, 'Slavic dances, and man-
y others. The performance ; will'
conclude with a pretty pantomme!
ballet "Come to the Ball." Special
decor and lights will enhance this
affair. Carl Colo win be at tne
grand piano as he has been with
Miss Locke for many years. You:
may buy your ticket for this chari
ty performance from the members
of the company or at the door for
meet at 7:4u pan. on Monday, at
tne AlDrooK Air force Base cha chapel,
pel, chapel, isergeant W. Johnson, chapel
organist, will present a snort pro program.
gram. program. A business meeting ana so social
cial social period will follow at me no me
of Mrs. Malcolm Wheeler, (424,!
Los Kios. All organists and cnoir
directors are invited to attend."
Balboa Woman's Club To Hold -dingo
aiw bard Harty
As their principal fund raising
endeavor, for Una, year, Uie Balboa
Woman s Club members are hold
ing tneir annual card -and bingo
party on Tnursaay at 1:30 p. m.
April 19th at the Win Memorial
in Balboa! Proceeds will go to We
various entries supporteu by the
Club. Main project of the Club has
.Ken the support of the Maitland
, .wins, born of parents living in
Oie Leper Colony.' There 'Will be
.able prizes donated by the Arts
, and Crafts Group, and door prizes
ty merchants ot f anama.
Tickets are $1.09 and can be
purchased trom members or from
Mrs. W. C Merchant, chairman,
2-3317 or Mrs. Barrett, 2-3617 The
puDiic is mvited to auena..-. -.
Semi-Annusl Meeting Of Panama
Federation Of Curisiian Service
The 84th Semi-Annual Meeting
of the Panama Federation lor
Cnristian Service, win meet
Thursday in the Margarita Union
Church. ; ;,
The Rev. Oscar W. Olsen, pas pastor
tor pastor of the Balboa Union Church,
will be guest speaker of the day.
His message will be the theme
for the day, "For We Are Workers
Together With God'. The Soloist
will be Mrs. M. M. Hartraan, from
the Margarita Union Church, Sing
ing, "In the Oarden and "i n e
Lord's Prayer," accompanied by
Mrs.-C. J. Genis, organist.
Coffee will be served ty the La
like Grandma Moses, and culinary
tidbits from all over the world
which the enterprising news gals
gathered as they gathered stories.
. Eisenhower's Stew
Since all the returns will go into
clubhouse for the: lady reporters,
the project might well have a
moral for fund-raising clubwomen
elsewhere. The moral everyone
apparently is- interested ta' what
pleases the palates of the great or
Hear great.- ."VV ; ;
Th hnnk boasts President Ei
senhower's recipe for beef stew as
well as his wife's for "million-dol
lar fudge," so several ordera for
the cookbook ended up in the
White House mail room. The
orders were forwarded promptly.
Mrs. Richard M.( Nixon, wife of
the Vic President also sent on a
misdirected order, one that a"ppar-:
tntly reached her bouse because
of her contribution of two of her
specialties: Glorified Rice and Hot
Tamale Pie. -.' f v
! Perle M est a, the famous hostess
and-former diplomat, Hs making
good use of the cookbook when
she gets requests from clubs and
such asking for a Mesta item. She
lends a -copy of the book, auto autographed
graphed autographed next to her recipe for
cheese fondue. tv
Secretary of Interior Douglas
McKay ordered copies for Oregon
foodwriters. Another order came
frbm Mrs. Allan Shivers, wife of
the Texas governor. ;
; Even the newsmen's male col colleagues
leagues colleagues admit to the book's suc success.
cess. success. Richard L. Strout, who
shares the Washington office of
fhp Christian Science Monitor with;
cookbook editor Josephine Ripley,!
notes that the cookDooK prepara
tion occurred outside ottice hours
MUSTARD PUTS REAL TANG
IN UNUSUAL -EGGPLANT DISH
By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor:
We received recently two good,
new recipes. Each uses rich,
brown, prepared mustard to high highlight
light highlight flavor. We think you will en enjoy
joy enjoy them.
Stuffed Eggplant -'-
v v (3-4 servings)
-One medium eggplant, cut In
half lengthwise, 1 pound ground
shoulder of lamb, 1 teaspoon salt.
U teaspoon pepper, teaspoon
garlic powder, 1 tablespoon rich,
brown, prepared mustard. 1 10W-
ounce can condensed tomato soup,
1 cup water. 2 tablespoons coarse
ly chopped pistachio nuts.
Parboil eggplant 15 minutes.
Place lamb in a skillet: saute
about 10 minutes. Season with salt,
pepper, garlic powder and pre prepared
pared prepared mustard.. Arrange eggplant
in a casserole.
Make several lengthwise slashes
about 1 inch deep. Stuff with the
lamb mixture. Combine tomato
soup and water; pour over egg eggplant;
plant; eggplant; sprinkle with chopped nuts.
Bake in a moderate oven (350
degrees F.) about l'i hours or
until eggplant is tender. ; (
Peruvian Noodlt Casserole
(Makes 4 servings)
One pound sausage meat, 1 cup,
sliced, fresh mushrooms; 1 cup:
sliced onions, 1 1-pound, 13-ouncei
Can f3!i runs) Ipu.'pH. InmBtnae 'I
2 tablespoons rich, brown, prepared
mustard; a teaspoon salt, tea-'
spoon pepper, pound Z cups)
medium noodles, cooked according!
to oackaee directions. 1 cud grated
cheese. ... 1
Saute sausage meat, mushrooms
a:, i sliced onions together until
onions are tender and meat is
browned. Drain off excess fat. 4
Stir in tomatoes, prepared, mus mustard,
tard, mustard, salt and pepper.
In one large (2-quart) : casW
o!e or 6 individual casseroles ar?
range as many layers as possible
of cooked noodles, grated cheese
and sauce ending with the 'sauce.
- Bake in a moderate oven t350
deerees F.) about 25 minutes or
until piping hot.
SATURDAY, APRIL 14th
.'." .JJrl.-.'." t
Mrs. Haward Brill Entertain
Mrs.. Howard Brill entertained
menders and guests of the Fort
Davis NCO Wives Club with a cof coffee
fee coffee at her quarters at' For Davis
recently.. A.- Hongkong linen ta tablecloth
blecloth tablecloth and napkins from .the
Club was presentedvby the hostess
to Mri. Herbert Oteru, who is leav leaving
ing leaving the Isthmut for Fort Benning,
dies- of the Margarita U n 1 o h I but "sometimes the flavor would
"It was hard to keep the stuff
out of the normal copy," wrote
Strout, "I remember what a time
I had keeping blueberry crumble
out of a story on the budget, and
Uie subject of gateau fromage is
somehow inexplicably linked for
me with the presidential announce
ment of Senator Kefauver. Now I
know what it was to have been a
distinguished bystander ati one of
the great moments in histbry.'V;;
Church at 8:20 a. m. and the meet
ing will open at 8:45 with the
"Prelude in G.-Minor," by Bach.
Lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m.
Fori Davis NCO Wives" Club
Business Meeting 1
There will be a business meet meeting
ing meeting of the Fort Davis" NCO Wives
Club on Wednesday, at 7:30 p.m.
at the NCO Club. ,,. .,
, New arrivals will be ywejeome
About the only" thing to do for
, cold is to sneeze when It wonts
Cast Of College Play
Waraua Maxirw Lewe'
The cast of- the couege piay,
"The People Versus M a x t n e
T,nwe". to be Eiven at the Diablo
Heights Theatre for one showing
only on Wednesday, will present
mnnv nf the most acuve siuaenis
in the local college. Tonia Kinsel
and Judy Rogers will be first to
appear, with Richard Gair, Pat
Foster, Walton Sellers, and Louis
Hasemann appearing as the per personnel
sonnel personnel of the District Court. Ann
Livingston, Jerry- Fox, and John
Thomas are east as lawyers for
the trial with Mary Rose as the
defendant, in charge of Ernestine
Evans, as the prison matron. The
attendant for the courtroom: is
Phyllis Sager.; and witnesses will
be Lee Cotton, Charles Widel, Gus
Shirley Meyer, Norma Ann Jenks,
Beth Hatchett, and Esther Reyn-
i .i a .a : i i
uiua. a jui j tu 16 was uitacu tu
regular court form on Monday,
and they will heaf and judge the
j ... a...... j
muraer mat op neanesuay. ..
. The patio of the; USO-JBW buil-
AMCIAV KINDERGARTEN A
NURSERY SCHOOL. 8th Ave.,-ivth-lllh
StrceU, San Franciwo,
one block from Via Porras. Mrw,
Biodcnt build inf. Sparlom, aafa
playsround. Tramportatlon I r r-aiched.
aiched. r-aiched. Open for enrollment from
8 to 11 a.m. Phon S-37M.,
WORLD'S FASTIST SELLINO
HAIR STRAIGHTEN! It
Olt AT AU MU ITOai
ASK fOU It Y NAMt TODAYI
- SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGSTORES
DISTRIBUTORS FOR THE REPUBLIC
-) JULIO YOS, S.A: J.
! ''A" Street No. 3 Box 297, Panama City
BEING ,M0TH E R-IN-LAW CAN BE
A HAPPY, EXPERIENCE
The mother of an only son who
is marrying next month writes me.
She wants with all of ber heart
to be a good mother-in-law but so
many of her friends aren't happy
m tne mother-in-law relationship!
that she, is afraid,'
That isn't your fault. It is the:
fault of our culture the moter-i
in-law in 'our society has become i
an object of ridicule, unkind jokes!
mnA Aiicntninn I
But aespite mar, any woman cam
make a go of the mother-in-law
relationship if she is as determined 1
to be a good mother-in-law as she;
was to be a good mother. j
The main point is to welcome
your daughter-in-law into the fam-
:. i- ml u u
uy wiui jieasure. aneii, uy wnitu wnitu-ful
ful wnitu-ful waiting,, see just how close she
wants the relationship to be. ?
t ..... 1 '.
Handle Situation Delicately
If she is a generous, openheart openheart-ed,
ed, openheart-ed, outgoing person you are in
luck because it will probably mean
that it will be easy for the two
of you to strike up a real friend friendship.
ship. friendship. If she is more stand-offish and
inclined to keep to herself or if
she has been! brought up with the
idea that a mother-in-law is a
woman to be outsmarted it won't
be so easy. But even then, if you
let her set the pace you can over overcome
come overcome her fears by never giving
her any reason to resent you or
to tel that you. resent her.
A few words spoken by a minis minister
ter minister create in-law relationships. But
they have to be worked out slowly
So don't ejtpect too' much at the
start.. View your son's wife as a
new member of the family whose
love and respect you must win
Be ready to meet her more than
halfway.' But let her take the first
steps toward friendship,
i She will appreciate your restraint
and also your readiness to re
spond to ber leads. Once you have
won her respect, your relationship
is sure to be pleasant and may
develop into fine friendship..
AL CAPON E JONES!
You Won a Bottle
YOU MAY CLAIM IT THIS
. SUNDAY NOON' DU RING;;:
THE DANCING MATINEE. $i
WILL NOT CHARGE YOUr
CORKAGE IF YOU COME COME-WITH
WITH COME-WITH THE FAM I LY-AND".v
ENJOY SOME OF bUR'NA;;
Y0l)r HOST, x
Tony Friedman :
CASUAL INFORMAL T
" 87 Mexico Ave.
Best in town. American
Mis. CORNEJO, Principal.
IS RACK AGAIN! 5
That woncferful 'comblnaiiu.. of
breakfast and lunch
for Sunday lata risers
in th Balboa Room
11:30 a.m. 3:30 p.m.
SPECIAL BRUNCH MX
Choice of Complimentary Z
Music by t Azoarraja at j:
' Jhi organ, v
'..;-. e Eric the Great, balloonman
' and magician, to -entertain;
; Bring the family they'll love every minute.
All ioi the modest price of 12.25 per person I
WoHtJ'a Profejslonal HIGH DIVING CHAMPIONSHIP
AND AQUA THRILLS. ; ;
Tonlf lit S :M p.m. w S3
Hal. S:M, la.
Sun. 2:M p.m. 12.5
(11 price an Sua. tor children
' under 12) :
Stria Ticket SI M
4 Klrkcby HUt
"Enjoy jouraeU H' cheasec than jn lhlnk-l EL FANAMA.".
AMiouGd Cy fJlore Doctors
i-i Trusted by more mothers because 6f ito I I.J UO trfl
. accuracy. No need to break ta bleu, fcacn. I flipiriy
the preferred standard of accurate dosage J I
' Vihi viva "iuat as the doctor k-
' orders." Children like its orange flavor. PU6HwboCT'
woniB'S taasssT ssuims aspiri cmiijrmh
THE FOUR ROMANTIC COMEDY STARS' IN
"THE TENDER TRAP"
DEBBIE HAS A "MARRIAGE PLAN" Davit! Payne,. Celeste Holm and Fi-anfc Siiutr are
mil ran a they liiten to Debbie Reynoldt ditcouru on her 1'marriag plan"' in a tctnt from
" M-G-M'$ "The Tender Trap." The CinemaScope and color picture it bated on the Bromdvooy
v comedy hit, repotting about an), eliuive bachelor icha finally get caught In m romantic trap.
Pon'4 miss this great entertainment which opens on Tuesday at the Bella Vista Theatre.
-. ,-. Mit.
IT COSTS YOU LESS to own the finest
: V. '..v. ,.
on direct delivery;
- aW f
to the Canal Zone! i
See 1956 Models on Display
ORDER YOURS NOW!
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YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD AT 14 DIFFERENT LOCALITIES IN THE CITY
. .' ,'..,,....., -,T T mm mm -r"T .. 4 m-m. -m.
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 57 "H" STREET, PANAMA
7 UBRERIA PRECIADO
',... ; ; I Street, No. U
Agendas Internal: de Publicaciones
... No. I Letter? riita
. J rCASA ZALDO
. Central Ave. IS s
va La Camsguilla
- He. M B Stmt
4th of July Ave. J ft
i Aw. Trrett No. 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
ltt Central Ave.
- FARMACIA LUX .'.
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, .. J. ft. U Oon At. No. 41
Jut totll At. and tt tt
m itrMt n. n
FARMACIA EL EATURRO
,- FanN Lefevre t Street
VI, Forres 111 ;
Via lSfkm Af '-
J,v I; ANAL ZONK "OLICUNIC "-
' DSL C." I.. FABRE6A. D.D.S.
' DR. R. AVILA JR.. M.O;
Tlvelt Mh ot July) Ave, Me. MAM
CoRpesf'e Anton School Playground)
TeU t-2011 faneine
': t s ""
; Phone Panama t-0552
TRANSPCRTES .BAXTER. S A.
' Packers Shippers ... Movers
i Phones 22451 -- 2.2562,;
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding r Jmnplna ehj Jo
4 It S ."C TMH ?-W
- i f f Ppoinrminr.
R. wa Will IIV TOUT-
h.. MllanHL mill
'(Ot. Scholb tntini)
58 JujIo Artemen r
; IHONOR' WEATHER -ACE-r
Dr. George F. Cressman, 36, of
'' the USAF Weather Service, has
been' given. the Air Force's
-;. highest civilian honor, the Dec-
oration for Exceptional Civilian
' Scrvie&j. The honor. was award-
. ed.for outstanding aceofnplish-
, rnents in weather analysis' and
! forecasting. vDr. Cressman is a
;, native ol West Chester, Pa., and
- lives in Washington with his
" -wife and. their four-children.
"WlLLjNG Sen; Eugene D.
MilJikin (R-Colo), who recent
ly returned to. 'Washington: in a
i wheel chair, says- e will seek
I a fourth term if hit state' Re
' i publican nominating conven conven-.
. conven-. tion wants him.. Millikin has
- keen- ill since the start of the;
present session of Congress but
, says news from doctors is
.encouraging., ., .-j..fc
, j HOW .DO you: DO?,
wXterbury. Conri. (UP) i-
Williara E. Sullivan, who lives on
Sylvan ikAvej. here -and works in
New Haven, and Irving King, who
live? on Sylvan Ave., in New Ha Haven
ven Haven and works here, finally, met.
Their, cars collided.
: READ THIS:
Are you interested In a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful lot in Panama's most
beautiful 'and closest brch
d evelopment, PLATA CU..O CU..O-NADO?
NADO? CU..O-NADO? Lots from 15c. a
square meter (9 sq. ft.). Mon Money
ey Money is no object. Make' your own
terms. All lots are cleared. Call
L'i.senmann, Panama 2-4505 or
see. Castllla at Coronado
Beach. ...". ...
r'FORSALE FOR SALE
' : Household v v Antomobiles
. fOR SALE: Bedroom tt, .1-... FOR SALEr 1955 Chrysler
I mott new, t pieces $225; din-. Windsor, 9000 miles, $2800.
inf room trr stove. Just Ar-. Phone Nevy 3675.
;MnMn.AN.. 97, Apt.4.. f0R SAtE-1954 Ch.rr.rt 4-f
FOR SALE: Furnirur, house- door seden in very good condi-
hold effects, redto-record pbyer, '", maroon finish, 1 6,000
- typewriter 1 96-A, Gatun. Tele- mites. Priced at 1500 dollars.
phwe 5-437. v CaH S3-2I07
FOR SALE: Dinin, room sat 1 FOR SALE: 1954 .Ford Main.
v. (mahogany), I teensee nuhog- line, OHV, V-8, in excellent,
any bedroom sat. Phone 33- .condition. Must sell immediate-
,4114. Qtrt. 2302, Curundii, 1 2 ly. Call 6-739. C.Z. :
- ;'f'.'T,' FOR SALE. 1952 Pontile I-
'FOR SALE: Q.M. mahogany Cyl. 4-doer sedan, hydrametic,
: dresser $10' metal chest of- two-tone, radio and-sun visor,
,. drawers $8; '.22 rifle $5; hook- A-1 condition. Phpn 3-2317,
case $8. Phon Curundu 7282. Margarita.
' FOR SALE: Bedroom, living FOR SALE: 1951 Balck Road-
rom, dining room furnirare, re- tnastar 4-door. Extra chroma f
frijerator, gas stove. All new.; trim, .all accessories Very good
Terms available. Phone 3-5087 condition throughout. See to ap-
Panama." preciate. Bargain at $900. 5776-
' : B. Diablo; 2-2608.
LOST & FOUND BEfBJP'JSTS
i ,' 1 condition ; mechanically. Canal
; LOSTi Mai whit cat with Zona inspected. Phon Balboa
I bushy tail. Call 2-2818. Reward. 3169.
NOW HE'LL REACH 50-Harvey Leewright. 71. loves children
-nd teaching. That's why
teacher principal of Houston,
aprings, xex., lor tne 1H56-57 term, now he'U be able to achieve
r his dream,, teaching for 50 years. Leewright, who starts his golden
anniversary as a teacher next year, believes in today's children.
' He says he's never had a "bad boy or eirl in ray school." He's
w hown wfth two of his studentSjWIlma Roberts and John Buchanan,
JELL-TALE DEVICE Minors trying to buy liquor are usually -discouraged
when they are confronted with this camera device at
a liquor store- Id Detroit, Mich. Customers suspected of being
underage are photographed with their proof-of-age papers by'
store owner J. Berman, .left. Because minors frequently have
falser-identification papers, they hesitate at having this photo
record made.. Photos are also made of check cashers, thus dis discouraging
couraging discouraging bad-check passing.
REFLECTED PROTECTION Mirrors reflect the tracks In both
directions on this new railway-crossing sign in Tokyo, Japan.
Trains as far as 1,800 feet away will be caught in the "eye." That
will give pedestrians and motorists warning if a train is approach-
ing the crossing. The device has been approved by the Japanese
.Transportation Ministry, ... ,.
he's so haDDy at heine re-elected
elementary school in Sulphur
FOR SALE: Airplane -Stins -Model
108-2 Station Wagon,
xcellent condition. For particu particulars
lars particulars call Canal Zone 3-2915 or
. writ Box 317, Margarita, Ca Canal
nal Canal Zen. '....
FOR SALE Kodak Medalist II,
. f .3.5, 1 00mm Ektar Una, has
had vary littl as, complete with
flash and carrying case. Original
price over $300. Will accept
. bast offer ever $150. ail Colon
74 r 73
FOR SALE -G.E. radio 5 tubes,
2 wkker chairs, sideboard, single
bed with mattress, baby crib,-'
1949 Plymouth good condition,
$450, assorted cushions. No.
720-B, Prado, Balboa.
FOR SALE Beautiful 6-ft. ma mahogany
hogany mahogany bar with crystal liquor
cabinet, mirrors, upholstered
chairs, indirect lighting. Original
cast $1200. Best offer will be
accepted. Telephone 2-4902, 3 3-1024.
1024. 3-1024. FOR SALE: Pitted plants and
breakfast table with chairs. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-1024.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
WILL HOLD AUCTION
Th Panama Canal Company will
offer for sal at public auction
286 lots consisting of household
furniture, ladies' dresser sets,
suitcases, caps, pear nectar, up upholstery
holstery upholstery material, sandpaper,
printing paper, floor resurfacer
. material, electric meters, agri agri-cultural
cultural agri-cultural sprayers, generator and
ngin parts, cigarettes, carboys,
. slipover bags and unused tires
starting at 9:00 a.m., Saturday,
v Aoril 14, 1956, in Building No.
. 42 at Section "I" of th Divi Division
sion Division of Storehouses located along
th Diablo Road.
'Detailed lists of th items for
(ale above have been posted on
-, bulletin boards of Canal Zona
Pert Offices. Copies may bo ob obtained
tained obtained from th Division of
. Storehouses, Balboa, telephone
Items t be sold will be en
; display for the general publie at
th above location on and after
April 1 1, 1956, between the
: hours of 7:00 a.m. to II :00 a.m.
and 12:00 noon to 4:00 p.m.
, FOR SALE: Two Frigidair air.
conditioners: (On) 1-ton unit
220 V.; (One) 4-ton unit 110
V, Both in excellent condition ;
lor $418.14. Tel. 3-091 10915.
FUND HONORS SI 17AM Dai
rte" f-nK5ra screen"
stars Dick Powell and June Allyson, shown above in 17
examining the certificate naming themT SST3 fepffi
objective, .re to raise money tor canr rereh and aUeS.
the suffering of cancer victims. Suzan BalL MDar moHi!
t lCranT last year' A nlSoS dollar;
Jn 1956 hag been set for the. drive, which will start soon.
CROSS-COUNTRY ON A HORSE Mrs. Annie Wilkins, who
calls herself the "last of the saddle tramps," arrives in Fresno,
Calif.,-on her horseback jaunt from New England. The 64-year-
t old West Minot, Maine traveler will continue on to Los Angeles.
' having already traveled .600 miles since November 1911
i BOX 2031, ANCON, C.Z.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
Bids will be received in the f f-fic
fic f-fic of the Supply and Employee -Service
Director, Balboa Heights:
or the General Manager, Com Commissary
missary Commissary Division, Mount Hop,:
Canal Zone until 10:00 a.m. on
Tuesday, May 15, 1956, when
they wilt be opened in : public,
for furnishing Roasted Whole
Bean Coffee to th Commiiury
Division, from July 15 to Octo'
ber 15, 1956. Invitation for Bid
Forms, with full particulars, may
- be obtained in the office of th
Supply and Employe Service Di Director,
rector, Director, Balboa Heights, or. of th
General Manager, Commissary
' Division, Mount. Hope, Canal
ATTENTION & LI Just built
modorn furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, bet, cold vitiv
Phon Pensm 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Modem apartment
4 at El Cangreje: 2 bedrooms, etc,
garage. For more details phone -3-4946
r 3-6737. i
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apart-ment,
ment, apart-ment, $50. North American
neighbors, regular transportation.
FOR RENT Far three months,
starting April 1 5, completely -!
furnished 1 Vi-room apartment,
hot water, linen, ate. Phon 2 2-0143
0143 2-0143 or 3-0679.
FOR RENTr-ln th best resi residential
dential residential sector of the city: 2-bed-:
room apartments, maid's room
with bath, garage, etc., $110.
Victoria Bldg., Eusebio A. Mo Morales
rales Morales Avenue, El Cmgrej. Tele Tele-phon
phon Tele-phon 2-271S.
FOR RENT Modern apartment
on bedroom, $60. House No.
41-56 Mexico Ave., Britannia
Bldg. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment on bedroom with bath,
. light, gas, telephone, $50. House
No. 172 Sabanas, rear' of the
Fir Station. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Nice 2-bedroom
apartment, completely furnished,
residential section. 45th East St.
m."WL" j 1 frwvunwipw? SJ
WANTED: English speaking
maid. Live in. References. Apt.
4, Monterrey Mdg. Via Argen Argentina,
tina, Argentina, v .;
' WANTED: Vacation quarters
urgently needed by May I, 6-8
weeks. Balba 1405.
WANTED? Librarian for Army
. position. Qualifications: degree
in library science from accredit
d library school; maximum age
40. Apply to Staff Librarian,
'Pwl Services, USARCARIB,.
Bldg. J56, Ft. Clayton. TII
: 1 SOFT LANDING
'' i. ..... : .1'
MADISON, S. D. (UP)
Arnold Sfhnl si I
I mm C1CVU1C CU1U-
pany lineman here, fell 40 feet
r.T, w" ,nt vn hospitaliied.
Schulz climber broke loose as he
was i descending a pole. He toppled
uatjiwru ana ; piungerj an esti estimated
mated estimated 40 fust inrn lu.i,f fV,...
- HMVUV UI.CS
feet of snow.: Injury: a sprained
What Are We Laughing At?. 2
By DICK KLEINER
(Scorri of Two Dispatches)
NEW YORK (NEA) "Thtre
are two American hum, nf
humor," says Georg Cebl.
"America! private, didja-hear-this-one
type and America's public, or
me jokes we tell, songs we sing
aim remarKs we mane at ouice
Darfips. in InrVpr rnnm ilnrl..
. -w...u, WU.U.
card games, while atins iimoh
waning ior Da Dies to be born are
preiiy mucn me same tree-swing
mg, any-target comedy as they
ever were. Rut. in TV thaati
movies and, radio, we have had to
narrow the area considerably in
i i ,.
uraer ui ioresiau me maignauon ol
entirely, too manv rranni m
organized and grievously articulate.
we may not offer jests on
tonics ennsirlererl mntrmrereial if
we are to be successful in tnriav'a
commercial entertainment field.
And today the only thing which
appears- to escape controversy is
uie uuuonic piague.
. Mnst flf 11 rnmiwlisne att no.
i writers surveyed on the changing
. urr v. : ..-tvv
sense ox American humor agree
i iinai nowaaays numor mustn't step
i on toes, remaps, as Gobel sua-
S"i uiu mm ktoi vaiiicu iu u
:i .11 J--1 4k..
mcuic, uul w iu ten uiai wy.
.. ... ..
ate racist humor," say Arnle
Auaiancoa wiil no inncer rn en.i
men who created Jackie filpasnn'e
famous characters, "or accent
caricatures of minority stereo-
. 'If w ant to Imrirnva. nnrsMlvM
morally economically and Intel-
leciuaiiy, says rv Alien, our
humor will reflect these Improve-
ments. Manv vears tea it wax eon-
sidered in good taste to make
inkea ariniit Npstiwi Jaura Tath.
. O wvnv, .WW,...
olics, etc., which would horrify
vuvu vk,, rv uiuii
people of today."
GEORGE GOBEL: The Greek
. urn is a thing of the past.
"There are less Inkee at tha r.l
pense of someone's feelings," says ards will get lower, I'm afraid.
Jack Paar. "How often these days Audiences get so much free enter enter-do
do enter-do you hear a Pat-and-Mike joke, tainment they become blase. When
stories told about people who people finally know all of the jokes
spesK wun impediments or havejwey wui stop laugnmg. numor
nhvsical handicans? at nne time, may eo out of stvle. Peoole mav
this was the main stream of Amer-
ican humor. Behind each laugh
was a sharp-edged dagger aimed
at racial minorities or un-
. i ... ii
iununaies. r ..
"In the old days," says Jimmy
r l.kM. ..... .- V T....k
Jewish. Neffro and Italian eomics
uur.m.. U..T1B ill iw uiiii-ii
w in rariui LaKe-uiix. nnv vrai
ran't rln it neeansn vnn nffpnd
HIHMMI.ll. 1 III! fl ,1 I11IPIIII IIWH P
XT ... I I
with different aaucuons or sick
nesses. People resent it."
What's token the place of this mor to swmg wiae ana tree at
pointed humor:-. Dick Shawn says'targets deserving the attention
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Humor Can't Step On Toes
STEVE ALLEN: iVnew come comedian
dian comedian has a college degree..
luauL-aieu, more "hep more
I r".. ","2.: Mtoitt, more
. ya our
uumor is a bit m o r e violent
osen and Jacobv thinir 'ti.'
j"a .c iur iac most nart tied
ln n,;tk .k.
r .wu, vHnmcierizauons. s
""'cterizations are the- thing,
.wuumii. violence annnir routines. "Mi mm. c u
. j ; r"VTO uu-
rar ana the nuns ee 1 1 a
P38?- submitted by the ."BoUed
comics, as examples of yesterday's
humor that is now passe:
" rom Geerae Gohol "Sh-.toht
m"n7'Wnat'8 Creek urn?!,-,,C6-
nuuui i aouars a weeic."
wm the late Fred r. Allen
Have you heard about the -das,
Wower who suddenly had hiccuns
and before thev .pnnM atnn. him
.. HWf ....
n Ld Dl(wh. 200. percolator tops."
m- ff'V "-m-p- JT
WBV "Can t that UWAmnhv. i
down?". "Because it has a tender
From Edgar Bergen "Whv Is
it kiss like a sewinff mjrhin?lsn nn Whn ZA ot-j .ka.
Other Seema SO .nice.," -u i -l
From Phil Silvar,u"A firtA titL.riA rnvtaai inct AttAn iv:i
ve got. You have to put it in
second to go over car tracks."
As for tho futura. thm munuiu
is that changes will keep coming,
out oasic numor wiU remain the
same.. This is how. the panel looks
Edgar Bergen: "Humor win con
tinue to become more intelligent.
Rosen and Jaeahwi "It will mn
tinue to be refined and sharpened
Steve Allen: "Humor is orobablv
beenmino- a HIIIa mm MKr,l
as the old burlesque and vaude
ville comics are gradually being
replaced by. comedians who also
have college degrees."
Milt Joscfsberg: "Take a good
solid gag that played in 1936, and
it will get a laugh in 1956 and I'm
willing? to het in. 197ft. tnn".
The late Fred Allen: "The stand-
have to find -a substitute for
laughter." : i
George Gobl: "I m worried
about the direction the future win
1 .1 j ... ,i :..
f audience which embraces all the
1, peoples of the world, watching pro-
s grams from every nation on globe-
u girdling networks. The audience
lav. s wuiuu ujvb.w eve icicviaiuu
audience which embraces all the
..nl.. nl ,k. ma.IJ RT.tnl,!nrf v,m
kiiuiiuk neiwuiu. iue' euuiciiki;
will hecome better educated, more
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mm mm. U'UU.CU. -j
v Robert O. Lowle "Th u Zv-..
good, bad or indifferent, wiU al-
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-"i euwi, ciean numor, no of-
.tMlna and lvt,,.ll.. -Vj
6wu, ciean numor, no of-.-
-"...uunui mi ran BSBS
- wn, me. answer to
that one is wnrth in j-.
Phil Silvers: "If I knew the n
swer, I'd bottle it and make a.
fnrtnna "v s ,. ,T
But change it wiTL ; Oiange tdes"
on conunuauy. As an example Sid
Caesar's ; writer, Mel Telkin, cites
a ioke Hn.armta nniv
- W Ulb VTCt IllOll 1 SltUieSSOT
of psychology told of a caae nf
unniy child in a summer camp
nrhA ws- ...miI.. l i:
destructive, The psychbanalvst
I delved intn th rh iM'l ... i.:.
xelationshin with hie TiDPdmtei inl
iw rreia enaavcu mliaL
I mmmm,m, vJVUa UCU iUUIiaiUl UlQ
child's rnnrtitinn h t.V.--A.-Km-..
''Somehow that sounds rl t ri
how. It's too bad, but already
psychoanalytical jokes seem
dated." -' : :
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"-A y 1 H' 1
Uoyil Nolan Returns
To Screen After D?way
xKintj Of Hearts' Opens Soon
The next attraction to be staged jney he is, before his starry-eyed
at the Theatre Guild for six per
formances, beginning April 23
will be "King of Hearts," a ro
mantic comedy by Jean Kerr and
Eleanor Brooke, which originally
played on Broadway with great
success for eight months. :.
"King of Hearts" is a satire on
stuffiness. The playrights' main
target is a glib egotist, who be believes
lieves believes his syndicated cartoon-strip
is significant art, but they 'also
loose a lot of darts at the kind of
pomposities favored by self im
portant people of all kinds of voca vocations
tions vocations -everywhere.
The fatuous cartoonist's come-
- upance stems from his lordly a-
' Hnntinn nf an orohaned bov to
! NEW YORK A leading thea-!?erve?s" Pattern for further dai'
itre critic thinks that sex is not W "rtoona- ,.
aMmv a fair shako frnm Amri ui umic,
can Dlavwriehts looy is the sharpest of litmus pa
caELi3a!f-..J!..n L tests and shows un the ego
ZoiotoTwriVs"" dicentric comic-strippe, for the phc-
witness any native American play
in the current season in which the
sexual sport is represented as a
finp a rnhlft an pyfitinff anrt an
ovViflopatincr nnimaftnn fnr ttiA hnl
This, despite the fact that sex is
one of the most common' spring spring-.boards
.boards spring-.boards for intrigue in the Broad Broadway
way Broadway theatre, that sex is guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed box office when it is handled
with originality and vivacity, as
Zolotow feels it was in "The Sev
en Year Itch." But there is a pau-
fiancee and his ghost draftsman,
wno had suspected it au along,
John Aiuston will play the role
of the successful cartoonist, an I-
man who drives everyone else
crazy., Jim Stuart. will be'seen a
the ghost artist who not only dish-
Theme Of CZJC
Eight witnesses present the ev evidence
idence evidence in "The People versus
Maxine Lowe," and on the bas basis
is basis of that evidence there seems to
be little doubt as to the verdict
whifh tho inrv will h rpmiireri to
........ j"' j ..... i
ronHor at tha trial t
The courtroom murder-trial will
be the theme of the Canal Zone
es out. wry commentary, but reg- "e Z m
itPrs Wssiv ilPnt rPacti0n Jumor College presen ation Wed-
isters expressive silent reactions
to his boss's ravings
nesdav. at the Diablo- Heights
I Theatre, with "curtain time"
in win i.nH h a r1 oromotlv at 8 p.m.
presence to the part of the fian-J Lee Cotton in the role of the me-1
r-ff.cocrpt!irtr Ha nh Krlmnnflsnn'Oltai exailliuei. aim uiauo "mt.
willv play the adopted, son andi" the police captain are
Keith Glickenhaus his pal. "King normal, expected
of Hearts" is being, directed by
Len Worcester, an assignment fill filled
ed filled in New Vork by Walter F.
Kerr, drama critic of the Herald Herald-Tribune
Tribune Herald-Tribune and husband of the co-au
thor, Jean Kerr. Budd Haberstick
will provide designs tor tne setting
of the cartoonist's luxurious home-and-working-studio.
MOVieS TV KADIO
wnT.r.vwnnn tKF.M Earl
city of .direct and -open dialogue witness: The Grace Kelly-Prince
about sex, Zolotow complains. Our Rainier wedding plans sound more
playwrights incessantly hover ,o-,nd more like something, out of
ver it he says, nervously beating n MGM fumusical. The entire
their; little wings hke hummmg- Monacan fire department -r 30 fire firebirds
birds firebirds s n i f f l n g at honeysuckle men ani two fire cngmes will
vines 1 .4 be in-the wedding-parade, ..
' The reason, ne says, la that ;
:barmed,rfii., ,M' Fred' MacMurr.y will star In
S IhKex is foolish and "?thet western, "Gun Tor A .Cow-
liculoui and not worth all the,""- fSnn It a H
"ling and scheming and artful, GM are cillfflg.1 1 day
. ..e and flirtatious involved- A Medic j PJh""5
.luents of bliss,'' he writes. "We:? Caesarian section, helw before
thmk sex is dirty. .'
for most musicians. But at least
the work we get pays all the bills
AS MORGAN SEES IT:
"Don't fool the public: If the
music can be danced to, put out
a sign, 'Dancing.' But if it s jazz.
progressive or what have you, put
out a sign, 'Concert.
the trial. Gus Mellander as the
manager of the hotel where the
murdered man lived, with Mild Mildred
red Mildred Damerau as the maid in
charge of cleaning, begin to pres present
ent present something a bit unusual.
The nightclub entertainer Shir Shirley
ley Shirley Meyer, and the policewoman
Noma Jenks add to the compli complications
cations complications of the unusual pot and sto story,
ry, story, with Beth Hatchett in the role
of the woman from Baltimore sug suggesting
gesting suggesting a eumpletely different
motive. '. 1
By the time surprise witness
Esther Rpvnolds enters the court
room in the middle of the second j
day of the trial, it becomes evid-
ent that "things are not always
what they seem" in "The peo people
ple people versus Maxine Lowe." -.
Under the direction and super supervision
vision supervision of Subert TurbyfiU. of the
college faculty, over '30 players
will present the modern-day murder-trial
drama for the one show showing
ing showing on Wednesday, at the Diablo
Heights Theatre. r
.: TWO CHARACTERS
' 1 t L ft f tW ? ''IB
This attitude is reflected in the
' W.ill'w...- i. s-f.t: j..! THb ai-tnr first, ramtt. to nleturCS
j rJ z : '. V : 'r in 1934. after proving treatment f two
Thuast'time3 Llovd Nolan sang himself .on- Broadway.. Holly wood llustycharacters"1 who stalked the
ftrnfronallvwas on the Broad-welcomed Nolan witb-tep. roles Broadway stag1 in the past sea sea-Z
Z sea-Z I X sonTe Jwwty-five years torn the star, mostly as eitherson:; Sidney KWgsley'i 6an, Cu-
' Now he resumes where he left
fiff by 'warbling "The Yaller Rose
accompaniment in M-G-M s the
Last Hunt," Cinemascope production-
in eolour with Perspecta
Stereophonic Sound co starring
Robert Taylor and Stewart Granger.-''
.lint in "The Cape Cod follies.'
""Since than, 'I've confined my
Kinging to A shower," he says,
"and my kids even object to
pid, 'vivialy created by Buddy
HacKeit in "Lunatics and Lover,"
a hoodlum w cop in -the gangst
er films then in vogue. Later, his
screen career led him into leading
ro1is rf a more -varied nature, in
such picutres as "A Tree Grows; life itself" in Tennessee Williams'
in- Brooklyn," "House on 92nd j "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof."
Street," "Bataan" and "Guadalca- "Cupid and Big Daddy take a
nal Diary." There seldom h as!- naked, unashamed primitivistie
been a time' when he could finish J joy in sex," Zolotow points out.
one, role without knowing where "But they are not a pretty
it was shown because or cnurcn
objections, will be seen, after de deletion
letion deletion of the 90-second part show showing
ing showing I the. actual delivery of the
WOWI THE BOXING WORLD
will be screaming when Colum Columbia's
bia's Columbia's "The Harder They Fall" hits
the nation's theater screens. In
his final acehe, Humphrey Bogart,
J d: ti.jj u D.i ..' Inlnviliff .snorts DUDUClty man,
has made "as real and true as' types out; "Boxing snouio. ne ouv-
lawed in tne u.., u
act of Congress to do it." t
The film, like the booV l
expose of how. champions are
made not born.
his next couple were coming from.
Tb same is true now, with one
difference. Since the honours he heaped
aped heaped upon him for his-portrayal
of Qoeeg in "Be vame mutiny
pair. They : are 'dirty' men."
NQ HAPPY SEXUALITY
wind up fn a movie together for,
I believe, the first lime, U-I is
talking to them about 1 roles in
j'The Great Man," which wilt star
Jose Ferrer..,. ;
Milestone note: Albert McClec-' '.
ry's five-limes-a-week dramatic1 SELECTED SHORTS: ; Frank
hour," "NBC Matinee Theater," jLovejoy stars in a new CBS-TY
celebrated ,ils 100th performance Ueries, "Chieago 212." 11 plays an
March 20 ... Sign of the times
id movietown note:-Universal-In
ternational's TV unit sent a com
pany on location, to New Orleans
to film a video commercial.
Fox has a couple of prospective
sponsors on the hook for two of
its unsold telefilm scries, "Mr.
"Belvedere" and "Broken Arrow."
. There's no business like show
business note: Twenty Hollywood
films with show business back backgrounds
grounds backgrounds are headed for theaters.
Five have Hollywood- settings ;
Ed Wynn and his son Keenan may1 dramatic lessons.'
inspector for-the -Chicago fire de department
partment department : "... Bob Hope about the
frequent format changes of his TV
xhnw: "If the-viewer dials you in
and always sees the same thing,!
you re in trouble; you ve gor-io
create excitement." Vanessa
Brown was asked by another film
actress how to acquire comedy
technique. "Go to the silent movie
theater In Hollywood,',' she coun counseled,
seled, counseled, "whenever an old Mabel
Normand picture plays. Study ev every
ery every movement she makes.
: "Watching ner is otntr men. iv
Bbgart's checking out of the hos hospital
pital hospital for a Palm Springs vacation
following that throat surgery T
Court Martial," the roles seem comedies of happy sexuality
TW Andrews Sisters are still:
or talking about reforming the act..
Nolan returns to the screen in better; For this, he thanks Hum-;! scenes of them in dramas. K Anita Ekberg s career advis-
KTt,. T.aot Hunt" Wltn IWO new .),. Ri,iri t i "1 don't knnw whv th s Umadn r niYMI a rerson xu i
honours added to his distinguished;. 'situation hangs over our lovely call -on, her home.. They think- she
actine career. They are the Kewi "unui Dogie ws.miu.u .""'land like a pall of amog," he
York Critics Awaru ano me vun- juccB P.v.( irets.
"T An tint hava anv Mm.
aldson Award, won during his 650, were thinking of a younger man diel foP repairing flaws fa our
performances on the stage in "Thei for Uie play. After that, they ol-t naUonal character. It appears that
Caine-Mutiny; court Maniaij tf. Jrif -i
'-. j Theatrt Aru-Be.ton Pholo
Tiij rull JuUUja AnuricM tf'i hM Sr show I flii country.
"Tl ley Friaiid," pltyt H( tifl reki "My fir.lidy.".h mw mmiul bd on
Urnti Shtwi "Pyjm.lion." Ccil ttiton. who dtliqntd th coltumn ftt th
thaw, Vm l$a UUk th portrait of M'm Andrawl at Elh which apptan on tho
ii el tht March inua ol Thaalrt Arh mifaiino. Rf Harriton h ta-rtarrad with
M u A"frw in tht rnuiical which hai tcoro by. Alan Jay Lernar and Fradtrict
p.wi. compear of "Briadoon'' and "Pain!" Youi VV'r-r." v 5
hnniri ho seen onlv in movies
Methinks they're making big
nietnira Nnw it can be told:
Danny Thomas was first offered
His career- advisers didn't like
n, Uaa f Dannv playing the
we-are never going to have the! the role of
amused and pleasurable air about
our sexual instincts tha A us us-trians.
trians. us-trians. Frenchmen. Italians, and
Spaniards are blessed with in such' role of art ugly man.
abundance. Regardless, of how:
you interpret our sexual malaise, RuSS Morgan stepped off nls
I know that none of us is ever music stand for a session on a
going to compose a play like Ar-I SOap box about "too many bands
thur Schnitzler's high comedy of; playing music for themselves and
low manners,, 'La. Ronde. Some of a few 'progressive' fans jnstead
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aon t uiirtK so.
QUOTES OF THE MONTH
THORNTON WILDER: "Many
plays certainly tuine are like
blank checks. The actors and di director
rector director put their own signatures
NOEL COWARD: "Ever since
the war a terrible pall of signifi significance
cance significance ha&-fallea over the Ameri American
can American Stage ...A good strong dra dra-ma
ma dra-ma -with 'psychological insight Is
all right once in a while. But ev.
ery night? The theatre is prima primarily
rily primarily a place for entertainment.
Now the hero must be a hobo
or a drunk o rSouthtrn or have
terrible sex complications."
. IMOGENS COCA; "One flop In
television and it's as if the atom
bomb had exploded. There's no
future and no past in TV. Only
the P'tsnet. It makes a star in a
month and destroys him as quick quickly."
ly." quickly." MAURICE CHEVALIER, on his
first meeting with Bernard
Sahwf "I go, and I go on tiptoe
for fear I lack intelligence to talk
to a man as great like that. And
we start in a great tension and
I do not know what to say. But
after half an hour he asks me,
'Just what do you do? Do you
sing or what? I have never seen
you.' It breaks the tension be because
cause because I tell him: 'I confess, I
have never read one of your
plays,' and we both laugh."
HELEN HAYES: "The theatre
is tough. It's bard. You either
come out discouraged or belong belonging.
ing. belonging. But if you belong, there is
no more enriching experience for
anyone." v ;
of for the general public." Charges
"This is why the dance i band
business has reached disaster pn
portions. Our band plays too corny
ACTING AGAIN Lovely
Nancy Valentine, who left Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood three years ago to be become
come become a religious disciple, is
back on the screen again. Mak Making
ing Making her comeback in a Jane
Wyman telefilm. "Echo of the
Past,' she's insisting on nice nice-girl
girl nice-girl roles. Nancy has been liv living
ing living in a' Yogi seminary In
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Guardia Nacional Classic, are among the
scheduled starters in today's featured $750 seven seven-furlong
furlong seven-furlong sprint for Classes "B" and"C imported
thoroughbreds at the Juan Franco track.
Other scheduled starters in the
feature are Persian Contess, Bla Bla-kemere,
kemere, Bla-kemere, Chivilingo, Barge Royal
and Pappa Flynn.
Tony and Grey Juan both bare bare-Ay
Ay bare-Ay managed to get into the big
race by finishing fifth in their re respective
spective respective qualifying races. The
same jockeys who rode them,
Jorge Phillips and Segundo Car Carvajal,
vajal, Carvajal, wilt be aboard again today.
The probable mutueUy choice,
however, will be the Cococha
Stable's improved Barge Royal
which won impressively in the
lower Class D bracket from start
to finish last week. Cristian ftebo ftebo-.
. ftebo-. lledo will again ride the speedy
on of Royal Barge.
Blakemere is rated a dangerous
contender this time because hJ
wUI have leading jockey Alfredo
Vasquei in the saddle instead of
Jose Maria (Chema) Avila. Avila
has the leg up on Persian Count
ess. Blakemere was a strong tinis-
hinff thirrl hphinH Alnrmina and
Chivilingo last week after getting
off last in a six and a half furlong
: Chivilingo is given very little
chance this time. Mostly because
he will be ridden by rank ap
prentice Oscar Miranda.;
Pappa Flynn, which had to be
srratVhnrl last week because he
suffered a colic, could be an up up-setter.
setter. up-setter. Favorite rider Alejandro
Ycaza, just back from Mexico,
will ride the Stud Chiriqui star.
Ten other interesting races, in
cluding a $500 non-winners' :,"sp
rial," are included on the card.
The highly rated Globe Tkotter
will msba another attemn to
break into the winners' circle in
Panama. i -; .,.
; Hi- I
i i Ui'Jetter
KEY to Rocky Marciano's re
tirement plans: He told us, "I
won't quit as ldng as there's a
fighter around people think might
lick me. When I retire. I want
to go' out clean.".- Which brings
us td Floyd Patterson.. Direct
quote from former ring great Torii Torii-my
my Torii-my Loughran: "Patterson villi be
the next heavyweight champ."...
. :')'": )!' v: -' 'v; -' ''V : --'"''i-'
Bet quote of the spring Caty
Stangtl discussing unpredictable.
'Bob Turltyt "He donf mokt.
drink er chase around, but I get
better pitching out of a drunk'..
' The kimono (or behind t he he-back)
back) he-back) pitch Tommy Byrne unfurl unfurled
ed unfurled a?ainst the Dodgers in an cx
hibilion wasn't the only trick the
Yankees picked up in Japan....
The phone rang in the Nipponese
hotel room of Coach Jim Turner
one 4:30 a.m. ."Jim? This is
Hank Bauer. You better come
down here quick. Whltey'a Just
got his head split wide open.".;..
' smashing tables clattered in the
"... receiver.- "Oh, oh, there goes
Robinson with a haymaker''
crunching thud of fist making con contact,
tact, contact, sound of falling body.... usu:
ally taciturn Turner sped into his
. clothes, roused Billy Dickey, and
the two closed in on the local hon-
ky-tonk... it was all boarded up
where were the boys? serenely
asleep in their rooms, Thespians
. The father of Faye Crocker, a
to-notchr on the women's golf
wheel, won the Uruguayan men's
title 27 times... Faye accepts all
prixe awards with a short sp'h
in ; Spanish.
: Back when cars were hard to
. get, Eddie Arcaro phoned a De Detroit
troit Detroit dealer, Dick Connell, to use
his influence in getting him a lim limousine....
ousine.... limousine.... "Sure."- said Oonnell.
who also owns Hazel Park, t little
7rvtov Enconto .35 20
Double In Cinemascope!
Gene Kelly Cyd Charlsse. In
"It's Always Fair Weather"
Edmund Purdom, In
"THE KING'S THIEF
Todoy IDEAL-,. 25.
? Dan Duryea, in
i "THE MARAUDERS".
Edmund Purdom, In
' "THE PRODIGAL"
Juan Franco Graded Entries
Jockey Wtt COMMENT
lot Race "I" Imported 6'i Fgs Pun $375.00 -FIRST
RACE OF THE DOUBLE
Pool Close 12:45
2 EI Regalo
4 Amin Did!
7 (Must Be
O. Chanls 112 Would pay nice odds 15-1
A. Vasauez 115 Dangerous contender 3-1
. C. Lino 115 Nothing in months 301
J. PhilliDS 118 Has strong finish 2-1
A. Creidldlo U2x Nothing recently 3-2
F. Alvares 110 Form indicates 5-2
R. Gamero 110 Could help entrymate 3-2
'Elimination'' 4Vx Fgs. Puno $600.00 -,
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
Pool Closes 1:15
2 Atom O
7 Double In
R. Gamero 113
F. Alvarez 112
R. Gomez 115
A.- Valdivia 110
J. Avila 113
. O. Chants 106
. E.' Ortega 100
Distance too short
Will fight it out
Should make it now
Has strongest finish -Runs
wide on turns
Excluded from betting
3rd Race "Elimination" '4'j Fgs. Purto $600.00 Pool Closet 1:45
1 Gaucha J. Phillips 108 Rates good chance i
2 Alabarda R. Gamero 110 Dangerous contender
3 Rosario S. Carvajal 107x Distance suits style
4 Granero A. Vasquez 115 Should beat these (
5 Coronelino F. Godoy 112x Rates fair chance
8 Lord Basur V. Ortega 115 Ran well in last
7 Dev. Maiden F. Hidalgo 115 Nothing to indicate
4th Race "E' Natives "Vi Fg.Pursa $275.00 Pool CIoms 2:20
6 Dr. Bill
7 !. de Sapo
S. Carvajal HOx Early speed only
J. Phillips 108 Usually close up V
G. Prescott 120 Nothing recently
R .Cristian 114 Must improve plenty
J. Cadogan 108 Could score in upset
- A. Ycaza 117 Shouldn't miss here
F. Hidalgo 113 Rates outside chance
A. Reyes R..111X Back in best form v
5th Race "H" Native 7 6V Fg. Purto $275.00 Pool Closes 2:55
3 Sixaola J
6th Race "H-2"
A. Ycaza 108 Has good workouts
S. Carvajal lOflx Rates good chance 1
F. Hidalgo 106 Lacks early speed
A. Vasquez 112 Seems much the best'
Imported 7 Fgi.Purta $400.00 Pool Cloiat 1:35
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Arpeglo F. Hidalgo 113 Must ; improve more 5-1
2 Quilacoya C. Chavez llOx Not against these 30-1
3 White Apron F. Alvarez 106 Depends on start .3-1
4 Lucky Test C. Rurz 118 Form indicates EVEN
5 Maruja 1 R. Cristian 115 -fNo. 1 contender 3-1
6 Carraway R, Gomez 106 -Should improve ..41
7th Race "A-B' Nativn 7 Ttt.funt $375.00 Pool Closoi 4:05
.SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE ;
A. VAsquez 121 -WiU fight it out
' F. Hidalgo 108 Usually bad trailer t
S. Carvajal 119X Form indicates -J.
Phillips 120 Will be close up
R. Gamero 109 Could help entrymate
A. Creidldlo 105x Poor recent races
R. Cristian 112 Ran well in last i
1 Yosikito i
2 La Enea
7 Don Grau)
Tommy Byrne v
fivee-ighths of a mile track, "if
you come out nere to ride one
day."....Next dav Arcaro flew in.
uie car was waning, so were ioiu
mounts,' all 4-5 shots. and he pro proceeded
ceeded proceeded to finish out of the money
on all of them... A brash young
jockey on a plater, taking him
wide on a turn, said, "Fancy meet
ing, you here, Mr. Arcaro." ;..
Just 21 days short oTboinq a
10-year man, Ralph Branca will,
turn uo a e -Brooklyn Ctodger
coach for three weeks this sum summer
mer summer to fill in the time., or his father-in-law
will know why (he me merely
rely merely owns a third of the Dodg
No boxing or wrestling nromot
er operates like Saul Wein?.erof
m uaytona Beach ...who gets up
to the mike in center ring and bel
lows to the patrons- "If you bums
dont go out and buy beer. I
won't be able to nut on these kind
of shows." .. Weingeroff, a f a ir
wrestler himself under vanpus
pseudonyms, once filled in as
Gorgeous George's valet
Why does Willie Pep stay clear
of New York?.... i
No fighters around? In Cuba
there are 3,000 amateurs (...each
of whom must stay simon pure
two years before he can turn pro.,
and then only if he has a good re
cord and is approved by the chair
man ot the Boxing lommirstor ..
- Home trailers are used by 24
8th Race "Special" Imp. ft Fgt. Porte $500.00 Pool Closes 4:40
1 Quiescence F. Hidalgo 110 Not ready yet : ? 30-1
2 G, Trotter F. Alvarez 110 Shouldn't miss here 1-2
3 Loves Girdle A. Ycaza 110 Could scpre at price '" 3-1
4 Comattose i V. Ortega 113 Has good workouts 1 j.
5 Tiny Brook R. Gamero 113 -Looks good in preps 4-1
9th Race "G" Imported Vi Fgs.Pune $45000 Pool Clem 5:15
2 M. Mason
3 A. Maid
8 Dev. Club
F, Godoy 115x Got left in last ;
R. Gamero 105 Could be upsetter r-
R, Cristian 110 Longshot specialist
A: Ycaza 112 Usually moves late
S. Carvajal 115x Dropped another class"
- F. Alvarez 115 Will win soon
F. Hidalgo 110 Returns after Injury r
C. Chavez l'Q7x Would pay off
Impressive place last
A. Vasquez 115 Seeks third straight
1 0th Race "B-C" Imported 7 Fgt.Purte $750.00 Pool Closet 5:40
1 P. Countess J. Avila
2 Blakemere A. Vasquez
3 Chlvtlingo O. Miranda
4 Tony J. Phillies
5 Barge Royal R. Cristian
6 Pappa Flynn A. Ycaza
7r-Grey Juan S. Carvajal
122 Depends on start
110 Rider handicaps -108
Could take it all
108 Back ia top form
108 Rates fair chance
122 Should be close up
109x-Not with this rider
lith Race 'F" Imported 7 Fgi-Puno $500.00 I Pool Clotet
118 Good bet in mutuels
110X Returns in good shape ',
105x Could make the place
HOx Rider only handicap
115 Excluded from betting
1 Llon's Claw P. Hidalgo
2 Rio Negro r G.Duarte
3 Elko fT Godoy
4 Onda Real J. Adames
5 Town's Wall F. Alvarez
golfers en' the professional cir
euit ,, ,' .;'
There's no substitute lor fr.nfid-
ence. .. fnor to going out on me
course for an invitation round with
President Eisenhower, Mary Lena
Faulk was interviewed: "Do vnu
think you can bft him?"..-. The
reply was prompt: '"Of course :
can." ... v
The preHiest wives in sports
belong to pre golfers and bete,
.ball players, e
Between you'n'me, Baltimore
baseball may be in trouble, with
20,000 opening day seats still to be
sold. -.. .- -'
FINALS at 2 p.m. 0 ihe world's
Professional HIGHDIVING CHAMPIONSHIP
and aqua thrills'. :
; Be on time (with the v
, Vi price of $1.25 today)
to see these events!
' r' FINALS, with top international divers competing,
- .diving from a 130-ft. pole into El Panama's Pool!
JANTZEH BATHING SUIT FASHION SHOW FIRE DIVE
SPECIALTY WATER BALLET COMEDY DIVING
CLOWNS EXHIBITION DIVING. .,
Snacks from our barbecue and
drinks at moderate prices.
Entrance (2 p.m.)
Children under 12
PRACTICE SESSION Sfc. Jose Cruz-Rodriguez, a newcomer
to Fort Gullck's Pistol team, Joins Lt CoL Frank E. Favreati,
team captain, for a. practice session at the Cristobal Pistol
range. The Atlantic side squad is in training jto defend its
n Panama Area team championship,
OUT OF DOORS with
More than 4 few times I've had
people say to me: "How I wish
I could have a dog." rve suspect suspected
ed suspected that perhaps they really think
dogs are too much trouble : and
they really doht want a dog as
much as they say tney ao, omy
to find out that they are allergic
to doss and suffer serious reacs
Uons m their presence.
There tiave been times when.
with a bit of discussion and ana
lysis. I've been able to help some
of these folks by discovering a
breed to which, they do not react
or at least not so much. ''
In such cases the rest ; of ; the
fomilv fan eniov a dog even if it
ha in he kenneled out of doors.
The fact that one allergic indivi
dual in a family means no aog ior
the entire family, is of course,
one of the very unfortunate things
Ttw iwppntlv' a croduct nas
been developed to reduce the dust
constent of a room or an area or
object producing dust. Application
to a dog reauces me eumimmm
of dander from the dog and there there-hv
hv there-hv the likelihood or extent of re
action to the victim, v
I would not wish to go on rec
ord as advising dog lovers wiin
allergies that have been traced to
dogs that tney can now vs a uB
with no qualms simniy oy uiwui-
Ing and using the oust reuuciu8
T Hn. however feel that there
are many people, who upon con consulting
sulting consulting their physician, -may find
him uriiiino in recommend some
sort of trial in their particular
case. In many instances mis triai
may prove successiui ana me ie
. mill he Bn annreciable num-
auu t. ... i
ber of families able to enjoy the
companionship of their own dogs
without hazard or discomfort to
some member of the family,
it vmi lnvn lines ana are auer-
; t thom ask vour doctor what
he thinks of giving the idea a try;
If he thinks it logical in
.... oniict .th heln of the dog
owners in your neighborhood so
,.! Anam mv b treated ana
brought into you home to deter
mine the reaction.
T-et's hone the idea works for
you the way it bas for many.
(Distributed by NEA Service)
Juan Franco lips
By LUIS ROMER
1 El Regalo
J Lord Basur
4 Dr. Bill V
$ Lucky Test
8 Globe Trotter
10 Tony Per&an Countess
11 Lion's Claw Onda Keai
Don Gran (e)
By WARREN PAGE
.;. i;., .;.,.., ... ... .... .......... j ,:v.
; You, my friends, may be break
mg the la w You -may be liable!
(o a iat line and a peck of trou trouble.
ble. trouble. You may be keeping your
game too long. r
AS Of March first, for fvamnl
any New York State hunter whn
had the tag end of his 1955 deer
still in the freezer, or a couple of
pueasanis suu over at the lock'
er piant, was busting the law. He
needed a special permit to extend
the period of permissible game
storage o cost to tne permit,
. ,1.,,- A 1.1
jum uiue irouDie, out ne sure
does need it if he wants to stay
legal. -.t::.. ',. ,'"'.:
Humans beine humin. it's dol
lars ui oougnnuts more nnnrods
wiu become mddly criminal, if
tney re lucky enough td have
few hunks of venison left, than
will ever get the permits and be become
come become pure, as driven snow.
I don't know what the law are
in your particular state, but if
they pose a game-storage limit,
chances are you're already beyond
it and have gone off the legal deep
end too. Partly because of igno-i
ranee 01 tne local statutes, partly
because such restrictions no long longer
er longer seem to have sensible applica
tion. ..: ,,.'.; ". j. ....
Most of the acts' on the books
regarding, game storage were sign-
ea oetore tne aay of the freezer.
They were meant to squelch
poacmng, out-oi season hunting
iney were aesienea te make a
hlndquarter of woods veal, hane
ing up back of the barn in March
or April obvious evidence that the
Kami, a.mhm f j i i :
mini uwuci tiuicu aiiuuiuig sea seasons
sons seasons were for others than such as
But more basements than not to
day have big white-enameled box boxes
es boxes that keep frozen the chops
from last fall's buck as well as
the slab of beef your thrifty wife
bought when prices were low.
Such handy freezer e a d s e t s
weren't ordinary home equipment
wnen uie legal eagies aopea out
the storage laws.
As far as keeping game edible
is concerned, the freezer holds it
good; almost indefinitely although
between you and me and the lamp
post, a chunk of venison is apt to
be dry to start with, is drier after
six months In the cooler, and
plumb dried out, unfit for any anything
thing anything much more than stew, after
a tuu year.
The longer the storage the more
care your good spouse must take
in larding thexroast, laying pork
strips over tne cnesty fowl, adding
suet to the. elk burgers. But you
can't legally keep that wild meat
forever, and to be on the safe side,
you should check with the fish ana
game people of your state.'
(Distributed by NEA Service)
.-' 1 1 1
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
-i FINAL WEEK
After" the final week of bowl
ing last Tuesday night the Na Naval
val Naval Station was still on top aft after
er after leading only two weeks. By
taking three Dolnts from Wright
Bros, they were that number in
iront of tneir nearest competi
tors, v l ...
After being In second nlace
last week they bad to settle for
a tie for that spot when they
lost three points to Powells, who
moved up into third spot all a a-lone.
lone. a-lone. The Elks snlit their four
points with Butler and Son to
work their way Into a tie for
second with the Cops. There is
little to be said of the Aces and
the Post Office who rolled each
other. The P.O. had to take four
to move out of the cellar and the
Aces couldn't improve their
Since Butler and Son won the
first half they will be in fhe
playoff with the Navy which will
take place next Tuesday night at
7:0Q.i They will roll four uames
to decide the champions this
During' the playoff the prize
money will be distributed to the
team captains, or a team repre representative.
sentative. representative. Please be present or
sena an agent.
. ...... v ..:
Naval Station-........ 34 22
Wright Bros. ....,.,.,, 28
Butler and Son ....... 28
Aces ...............w 25
Post. Onlce ,, ......... 18
NATAL STATION ;
VanPelt .' -Holder
BtTLER and son
856 811 804 2471
869 .774' 826 2469
749 782 764 2295
150 -146 221
162 145 145
. 159 169 157
150 168 151
. 151 178 148
905 781 863 2549
WRIGHT BROS. PLGY
. 30 .90
885 798 849 2530
-. 167 181
. 170 158
.. 164 ,177
849 790 875 2514
FIREBALLER The spring
showing made by Herb Score
512i has experts predicting that the
I Cleveland sophomore left-hand-848
2529 er will blaze through the Amer
9 37, ican -League -in 20-games strike.
857 2566 out style.
at LA MACARENA
at 4:15 p-m.
, .. i ',' i, '. .1' .. I 'I
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BRAVE MEXICAN CULLS
1 ALFONSO RAMIREZ CALESERO
LUIS MIGUEL DOMINGUIN
I nee sis.oa
ISM 1 is a
' RESERVEQ SEATS
1st Row .........
4th Row ........
Sth to lth Row
11th to lith Row
ON SALE: Farmarii La Concordia, Hold El Panama1 and
La Marrw Bullrint. Tel. 3-479 AHw ia Colon.
, ALL TlLKtTS ARE NUMBERED! J
tp A Klrkrby Hal).
. r ..
AT, APRIL g, 1956
TEE SUXDAI AMFJtlCAJ
Llwney Neal U
MAKE WAY FOP. CHARLEY
4 00 TO
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By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) Charley;
Neal lias accomplished something
higniy unusual for a recruit. j
Xhoroughiy schooled for a half half-dozen
dozen half-dozen years in the minors Meal,
25-year-old product of Longview,
ie Hign, oas crashed aw orld
championship cluo the lodgers
wno won ue National League
pennant by HVt games and beat
the Yankees in the World Series.
Bsiixisd pertermertr Junior
Giuiam and Uen Zimmar, have
baan forced to stop asida for a
youngster already being com
pared with the great play-making
second basemen. Gilliam was
chased to left field, Zimmer to a
definite infield utility role.
When Neal finally found the
strike zone after two campaigns
in Triple A, the Brooklyn brass
simply could not send him out
deal's one weakness was going
after a high pitch that boruereu
un being a ban. This was correct corrected
ed corrected by raising the lad's hands in
me uatong stance from around
the waist to the letters and get getting
ting getting them father out from the
Keel reduced his strikeout
total by 44 batting in 75 runs as
the Montreal leaa-off man last
seasonfrom 109 at St. Paul m
lio4 to .'
Tne Brooklyn brass knew Neal,
rieht-hand batter, had power
to au fields, especially' to right
center. It was delighted when they
found the boy pulling the bill
more this spring. Eyes popped as
he turned in tape-measure home
I o Crash Dodged
riVE6 TUB RALL'
Luis Domingu in, Calesero
At La Macarena This PM.
Spain and Mexico will stage
mother bullfighting duel tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon- at La Macarena
bullrlnsr when Luis Mikuel Do Do-minguln,
minguln, Do-minguln, the world's most out outstanding
standing outstanding matador, opposes Mex Mexican
ican Mexican Alfonso (Calesero) Rami
Today's win will be the sec second
ond second La Macarena appearance
for both matadors who.., per-,
formed before an overflow
crov -t --eh 4, in ? "oov' "oov'-da"
da" "oov'-da" v vh lit arciona.j i
YideJ in t'itir opinions as to
who waj the winner. ....
Both Dominguln xand Calesero
displayed the kind of bullfight bullfighting
ing bullfighting and courage most local "afi "afi-clonados'
clonados' "afi-clonados' had never seen before,
Gaoneras, chlcuelinas, salterl salterl-llas,
llas, salterl-llas, natural passes and other
"nuites" were ,executed with skill
and precision. Both were hoisted
to the shoulders of croups of
fans wlio invaded the arena im immediately
mediately immediately after pominguin killed
the last bull of the afternoon.
Domlnguin said yesterday his
performance would be in hon honor
or honor of his infant son, who was
born to Mrs. Dominguin, Italr
fan screen actress Lucia, Bose,
at San Fernando Clinic Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon.
"vrjrts have been on sale at
-jada La Concordia,. Hotel
Vr-nama an(1 La Macarena.
Won Lost Pet.
Dark Millionaires .'. 5 1 J33
Aqustin Ctdeiio .,.-2 2 JOO
DIPAL '. lv
Powell Garage .... 1 4 ,200
By HERBERT MOISE
Playing for the first time be before
fore before their owner, Jacobo "Baby"
Salas, the Dark Millionaires be behind
hind behind their ace righthander. Fred
Sapp went on to a 7-6 victory
. over DIPAL and thus firmly, en entrenched
trenched entrenched themselves in" first
place of the current Rainbow
City Open Classification, Softball
League. : ... v ; : j :,
4app, who seemed to l)e con-.
ccntrating on control pitcning
- fanned only six batters as be
held DJAL to three hits and
one unearned run un to the sev seventh
enth seventh when Huph Charles hit a
sinking line drive that passed
center fielder Bovelle for
Albert Brayton with 2 for 3
off Sapp, Mick Robinson (DM),
Antonio Cafmte (DM), Humber-J
to Arthur (DM) each with the!
Fame 3 for 3 were the leading
hitters of the game. .' ;
Agustin Cedeno 6, Powell
Behind the brilliant two-hit
12-strikeout pitchinsi of Carlos
Joi cph, Henry Thomas Agustin
Cedeno hard fiehting outfit took
the measure of the almost hap hap-loss
loss hap-loss Powell before a merry crowd
that had something to shout a a-bout
bout a-bout in every inning as Joseph
fanned at least one in every
three outs.. .... j
This, win placed the Cedefios
iii second place two psme.s out
fi irl one-half g?me ahead of
t iird place DIPAL. Olaude Tait
p-d Lloyd Jafph wal'oped two
1 1 i rn oitcners for 2-rors. cne cne-v
v cne-v Ortiz of Powell slammed
1 o-run 'nnier off Joseph in the
' HELP WANTED X Al Lopei
stares moodily out of the In Indians'
dians' Indians' dugout and wonders
who'H do the hitting this season.
The Tribe is more dependent on
pitching than ever.
Free Throw Out
INDIANAPOLIS, (NEA) -Tony
Hinkle says the' next major
change in basketball rules will be
the junking of the one-and-one free
Hinkle, chairman of the Na National
tional National Basketball Rules Commit'
tee and athletic director of' But Butler
ler Butler -University, reports consider considerable
able considerable sentiment against, the one-and-one
and the need to do away
with cheap points. ( .: ;
Several possibilities have been
discussed, including the one he
believes most practical.
"It, is- suggested,'' ht notes,
"that the first seven or eight per personal
sonal personal fouls be charged to the
offending player and the ball
given out of bounds to the offen offensive
sive offensive team..
"After that, permit the offense
to take one free threw and, hit or
miss, get the ball out of bounds.
"Such a change would retain
free throw shooting as an impor important
tant important part of basketball It also
would eliminate too many cheap
points. '- r"' "v; .:
"Coaches and officials agree
that every basketball team will
commit seven or eight personal
fouls in the early part Of a game
as they warm up. After that, most
fouls are of the grabbing, bump bumping
ing bumping variety which could more
easily be avoided.
"These are the ones officials
feel should be paid for."
' FIRST RACE
l.i-Florera $18.40, 9.20, 3 60.
2. Lanero $5.80, 2 60.
3Happy Abode $2.40.
i' y SECOND RACE
1. Takeaway $13.40, 4.60, 3 90.
2. Que Undo $3.40, 3.20.
3. Avispa $2.80.
FIRST DOUBLE; $299.20.
1. Tap Lady $10.40, 6.80.
2. Bagdad $3.60.
l'.-Wlnsaba $60, 3.40'
2. Volador $3.60. a
. I FIFTH RACE
1. -Rina Rol $8.40, 15.40.
2. -Don Brlgldo $1180.
ITWO Colors $8.60, 3.20, 4.40.
2.-Royal Screen $4.80, 5.00.
3. Venganza $3.40.
top of th fifth to account for
PG's last scoring effort of the
day. '.. ....
In order to catch up on their
schedule, the RBCOCSL has
slated pames for today and Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Today's game will bring to together
gether together DIPAL and A. Cedeno at
4:40 and Sunday's contest will
feature DIPAL and Powell.
1. -Dofta Beatrlz $7.60. 4 00,' 3
2. Encachada $20.20. 12.00.
3. The Bouche $3.00.'
SECOND DOUBLE ;'$24.80.
. EIGHTH RACE
1. -Melendej $3.00, 2.20.
2. -King $2.20. ,-
. QUINIELA; $3.60.
, NINTH RACE
l.Cartillero $2.60. 2.40. 120.
2. Vedette $4.00. 2.20.
J TENTH RACE
1. Salero $3.80; 2.60. r
1-Trirreme $2.60. 2.20.
2 Hurling Park $2.20.
runs in Miami and Sarasota. Few
oaus nave oeen mi latner.
Naal porhtps is bott dotcrib-" I
od as a whipoot with oowor. i
While Charity is 'an inch tailor
and sevon pounds hoavior -than
it shows on the rosfor ho stands
5-11 and weighs. 172 his spindly
arms bolio tho blast in his bat.
The socrot is timing, of course,'
and a snake-like snap of tho
Neal leads leagues in triples,
the mark of the devastating hit hitter,
ter, hitter, lie has had 12. 13 and 14 the
last three campaigns, belted 24
for Lancaster, Pa.; of the C Inter Inter-State
State Inter-State as a 20-year-old in 1951.
Noal manufactured 30 home
runs in his first four years in the
lower minors, 34 the past two in
"Montreal has a tough park for
a right-hand hitter," explains
Scout Al Capanis of the Brooks.
A number of Meal s drives to
left center there last season
would have been home runs at
Noal runs tho basos with tho
agility and speed with which ho
gats around at second baso.
Neal has led every league in
which he has performed in dou double
ble double plays. When he paired with
another excellent prospect, Bob
Lilllis,. at Newport News of the
Piedmont League in 1953, a news newspaper
paper newspaper carried a daily box keeping
a record of their double killings.
With Escogido in the Dominican
Republic last winter, the natives
dubbed Neal The Octopus, giving
you a rough idea of his w i d c
. Every report on him includes
MT. PLEASANT. Mich. (NEA)
Jim Podoley came to 'Central
That hardly will be the case,
Apr. 20-21, when Podoley goes aft after
er after his thrird straight Kansas -Re
lays decathlon championship. That
would be an unprecedented feat
in the meet. Even Olympic cham champions
pions champions Jim Bausch and Glenn Mor
ns did not score a decathlon tri triple
ple triple ia Lawrence. This being an
Olympic Games year. Podoley's
foes are likely to form a tougher
field than either of the first two
the 190-pound farm boy conquer-
the line, "Will play regardles of
injury." Charley can take his
bumps, having earned letters in
football and basketball in high
Neal was found by Bob Tarle Tarle-ton,
ton, Tarle-ton, one-time business manager
of the St. 'Paul club., -.
A quiot chap who stirs up trou trouble
ble trouble for tho other side instead of
getting Into it, h already is tro tro-mendouily
mendouily tro-mendouily popular with tho old older
er older Dodgers.
That's not hard to figure.
Unless competent judges are
dead wrong, Charley Neal is go
ing to neip mem to more impor
tant money. t
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to retain the high jumping title in the Australian Amateur'
Athletic Championships at Olympic Park. -.
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MANY of the you Enfleio sol soldiers
diers soldiers jumped off the prison
' train," Chrltsos said. "The peo people
ple people knew It would be only a
f.i i iin hefnr the Ger-
man, searched the place. Most
of toe other BritMh soldiers
moved Into the hills.",
"Go on, please."
' "Fortunately, a member of my
crew happened to be visiting the
house in Naupllon when you
came. You were unconscious and
; unable to move. You were put
aboard my boat. I brought you
"You are a fisherman then."
I christos, am sole owner ol
the mill to paleachora," he an announced
nounced announced with much pride, j I
: v. v Knot, fnr er trading
-and other purposes." Christos
winked slyly to indicate his boat
was engaged In some sort of busi business
ness business not generally accepted as
legitimate practice by the law.
At the end of a week, a doctor
came from Dadi. unwrapped the
ksMini vaminfd Mike S 1-
juries and declared him a lucky
young man. ..
bled from the cottage dressed in
a coarse set of peasant's clothes.
Melpo supplied him with a heavy
.oanattvith th hein of th cane
and one arm around Eleftheria,
he made his way from the cot cottage
tage cottage into the sunlight, though
Melpo's vegetable garden and out
- Out In the main square, he was
mnhhed with well-wishers. Moth
ers and daugthers arrived from
their cottages, and men oroppea
their plows and came from the
, Michael Morrison, the cynic,
the scoffer at sentiment, was
; oeeply moved by it an. ; ;
. Th village of paleachora lav
. peacefully on the slope of a hill
within sight of the island-dotted
Aefn Sea. It was much t like
anv other village in the province.
Hike and Eleftheria would
walk hand in hand past the
Church of the Prophet Elias to a
stream which flowed past a clear clear-inn
inn clear-inn thick with pine needles. In
the pesce and serenity of the
pastoral scene he often found It
difficult to concentrate on his
Greek lessons. She would throw
hr head back and laugh at his
efforts to pronounce the S and
the Z with proDe? softness. Mike
would suddenly find himself nat nat-,
, nat-, tin her olive cheek, or, when
he nut his arm about her wp 1st,
, he noticed that her childlike face
acquired sleepy feminine look.
Thev would be silent for long
: periods. : 1
HJ5 had little occasion to say
. more than "hello to the two
British escapees in Pe'eacho1".
Mike studiously avoided the
transients who hid out in the
church. He did eret trapped Into
several conversations with an
Australian who called himself
Bluey. Bluey stayed with a fam family
ily family Just a few cottages away from
Christos'. Bluey, aside from re repeating
peating repeating the story of his escaoe
from the Stala at Corinth, did
' reveal something of Interest to
. Mike. It s e m e d that many
wealthy Greek families in Athens
had provided boat, for British
soldiers to escape to North Afri-
' ca. Mike filed it as an ace in the
hole should anything go wrong
in his attempt to contact Dr.
Harry Thackery. -t ;
When Mike inquired as to how
Bluey would get to Athens, Bluey
didn't quite know. Every train
was loaded ? with inspectors.
Travel passes were needed to
budee on inch In the country.
"Know somethin' Jay? You
talks like those Yanks I seen In
J That, Mike explained, was be
cause ne worked lor shipping
TODAY -- .75, .40
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LOVE ft) OEECE!
Ht fought to win the love
I beautiful girl for
. another man!
. Sir Woltcf Scott's
CmaMSMff wt ceta
company in San Francisco for 14 to me, drinking. He was minding
years. his own business to."
After dinner, Christos shooed' "You say you do not know who,
Melpo and Eleftheria from the
room and the two settled back."
"Christos. I'll put it straight
I've got get to Athens."
"You do not like it here?" i
"I like It here very much."
"Then why you want to leave?
You'll be picked up for sure.";,
?You know why, Christos. I
endanger the whole village. They
burned a villaee yesterdav tor
harboring an escapee. Besides,
as a soldier, it is my duty to
escape," ... .. .:..
"The crop looks fine this year.
jay. i nave a profitable proposi
tion beine worked out. I will be
able to get some property in!
Mike gritted his teeth. "Now
that I'm all well again you'd bet better
ter better send Eleftheria back to Der-
nica. I know your mother
neea her." (
"My aged mother stays at the
home of a brother. She Is fine."
"dhristos, I no longer have
need for a nurse..";
CHRISTOS stared at Mike as
through he were a crazy man.
"You do not like the elrl?"
well the fact is, I like her
well, maybe too much. It Is a
rather -dedicate situation. Well,;
look at it way. You're a man.
xuu uuw nuw uuuko u"s"
happen. You see, I like you very.
much, Christos, and I wouldnt1
want, to bring anyone any un-
"Jay, you talk like a fool."
"Well, what I'm actually trying
to say it mieht lead to compu
her-Settled, she stav!"
"Complications. You say you
"She wants to stay You like
her-settled, she stays&"
The two men stared at each
other for several moments. like
stubborn roosters. Mike was dis disturbed
turbed disturbed by Christos' sly fox act.
KONRAD HEILSER sipped his.
Zerbos, sat next to him, rumpled
and drowzy. Hellser looked
across the broad polished table
at the defiant fisherjan named
Maxos.''.v ;J". '.vk :''
Maxos glared back at Heilser.
His bulging muscles rippled
throueh a tleht-knit navy-blue
sweater. His massive arms were
almost black from years of whip-
ping winds and burning sun. His
tace was square and hard and
ma nair ieii m oiacx ringlets
and from- his right ear hung
small circular gold earring.
Maxos was angry because he
had been snatched from his boat
by Zerbos on the Isle of Kea-iby
Maxos did not care whether Mr.
Heilser found whom he was look looking
ing looking for or or if he did not find
whom he was looking for. .For
Maxos was half fish, and away
from his boat was a fish out of,
"All right," Heilser said. Tellithe British gave hope to the peo-
me they the story once more." pie by their mere presence, VI-
Maxos sighed. "I can go to my,cious countermeasures were
boat .then?" 'taken; Spies were planted, bribes
Maxos grumDieo again, "i was,
in a waterfront saloon in Naup Naupllon
llon Naupllon drinking and minding my
own business. I had lust returned
with a catch of fine fish. A man'nouncement that any village
should mind his own business."
Heilser ignored the rebuff. He
was more interested that Maxos
was in the saloon the same night
Morrison jumped the prison
tram near Naupuon.
"A man was at the next table
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this man was?" f
I had seen him before about
four months ago in the same
saloon. He was a crewman from
a boat that came from Larlssal
province, ae was aressea iiKe a
Larissa farmer and "spoke with'
that accent too."s
"You did not meet this man
T tell you a hundred times
I did not".
"Continue with you story."
As I said his boat came once
before. Four months ago." v
'vnat do you know about this
'"Only that it was trading grain
and tobacco and manv other
things probably stolen. I da not
trade with such neonle.'
"You were drlnkine and
minding you own business 1
then what happened?" ? -"A
second man comes into the
saloon and tell the man who is
drinking he must return to the
boat. The man. who is drinking
does hot want to return. Then
th sprnnd man p!1 him tn talk
quiet. They had taken a passen-
ger aboard and had to leave
Naupllon at once. That is all.
They leave and I mind my own
business. Next day I go out again
with my boat until he." noinUng
to Zerbos," comes to me on Kea
ana oegms asKing me au sorts or
. : 1
THE presence of British esca
pees in Paleachora became an
open secret. Food suprlies an
runing low in the big cities and
every train to Didi. the nearest
terminal brought city peoples
scouring uie countryside in
for food. They carried!! w!? 8've you jny boat but it
ons, many of great value,) Js"Vflt to cross the sea. Besides,
possessions, many of creat
to trade for wheat and other
Christos and the other farmers
were quick to capitalize on this
tragic situation. Wheat went at
fabulous nrlrw When Inflation
made money almost worthless.
barter became th means of er-
change. Christos, as owner of the
mm, hit upon a windfall. In re-
turn for wheat and other food
products, he recqulred possession
oi a nau aozen properties in
Mike argued bitterly against
tnis, out cnristos reckoned ne
was doing the city folk a favor
by keeping them alive. He added
that the city people had always
considers' se farmer a second-
class cit'.V anr had created
him for vt-rs.
Within a tew with after the
British collapse In Greese, hun-
dreds of escapees roved all over
the Mnntmr in r-
the people with open armaJnfi KSn ',. t. ii.!?,' .Tne loV? waUing a worn
Even in the ritiM t.h neonl
Even in the cities the people
were sharing the last loaf of
bread with escapees.
THIS situation became a malor
headache for the Germans. Even,
in their position ef helplessness.
were onered, traps were set,
threats were made. The Oer-i
mans began using British turn
coats as bait Ten came the an-
found harborlne an escape wouli
be burned to the ground. Still
the British escaped and still the
people took them in.
It all added up to one thing
ior Muce. his tool's paradise was
truly a fool's paradise. Sooner
Hawaii; Los Angeles, California;
Acapulco, Mexico and Cristotal.
The Kungsholm is aircondition-
ed throughout, and Is command commanded
ed commanded by Capt John Nordlander.
Arthur Johanson, assistant traf traffic
fic traffic manager of the Swedish Amer
ican Line, has served as cruise
manger during this voyage. The
Kungsholm has 375 passengers on
board. The crew numbers 492.
Messrs. C. B. Fenton & Compa
ny, who represent the Swedish A A-merican
merican A-merican Line at the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal and who arranged the first
visit of cruise vessels to the San
Blass Islands almost ,20 years
ago, announce that the new 24,000 24,000-ton
ton 24,000-ton Gnpsholm, sister ship of the
Kungsholm, will be completed dur during
ing during the early months of 1357
or later some child would talk
to one of the Italian ''tourists."
The weaker one were buck-
lUng under the effects of -in
creased taxation and favor
ed keeping the escapees moving,
The maioritv favored resistance
and believed it a sacred duty to
sneiter the escapees.
' But Papeachora was getting
tense. Mike no longer' enjoyed
the visits to the coffee house. The
arguments raced far into the
night. Then, one day, suspicion
and whispers supplanted song
and dance when a nearby village
was burned to the ground. Sev Several
eral Several families were, suspected of
having turned collaborators.
J XT.' V.'
V. ''( ;' ; :0
CHRISTOS' bald head and wax waxed
ed waxed mustache shone in the candle candlelight
light candlelight He heliL-lus hands to his
, "Jay as" I loveyou like a son,
you should not leave." s-
. "Be sensible, Christos. Another
day another two days the Ger
ill k, T.i..t. .u."
TrnnH .vu, w uic
Christos spat on the floor and
issued an oath against the Ger Germans.
mans. Germans. "Even if you are gone we
will never -turn our backs on the
Engleios. .. Not 4 will not let
you leave!" '--, : .''. )
Despite Christos' shady d e a 1 1-ings,
ings, 1-ings, he was a Greek to the core.
"I have; five' million drachmas
-take it," Mike said
Crt02gruml?!,e,d : ieTS his.
breath. "Five million drachmas
50 million drachmas. You
would think all Christos wants is
money. If I .had' all- the money I
could carry In my boat, I could
not buy a bag of wheat with it
wiuiiu wire uum n jjeiiruii suip
would find you. ... Besids, I do
not know the lanes over tbeanine
fields. v Besides, v vt- i
"I'm not asking you to tako me
to North Africa. I only want to
get to Athens immediately.",
, Christos lit his huge bowler
pipe. He stared at Mike calmly
and .'spoke without the usual
breast thumpings. ; ;
'My niece, Eleftheria, Is a nice
healthy girl, no?"
Mike grinned to himself. Now.
at last, Christos would play out
his hand. He agreed that Elefthe Eleftheria
ria Eleftheria was as healthy as a horse.
"You know. Jay, it is a custom
In our country for a suitor to
come to the father with a ring
ana tne two to enter into a con contract
tract contract I speak to you as her guar guardian.
dian. guardian. 1 have a plot of land in Der.
nica, fine land, where my aged
mother lives. I have a sizeable
dowry for Eleftheria. If you were
"V.S""". .UV, U"5U"U-
to return as ner husband.
i mrictn ani i.i..ni t,;.
hands behind him.
"Jay, my good friend, I tel
you something. From the minute
take you on my boat in Nau
plion, I say to myself, here is a
man. I am now rich, although you
may not agree with thines I do.
But every man wants this for his
son. Melpo has not given me a
son. Jay, I would like very much..'.
"I don't love her," Mike said.
"Bah! What are you talking a
bout! ., She will have y your chil
dren, she will make cloth for you.
she will scrub your feet. Why you
neea love? xou Engleios are .all
crazyA V A ..
Mike' shook his head.'- Christos
knew further argument was use
less, with a look of nun and sad
ness, he sighed and started from
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the room. "Very well. We sa 3 for
Atnens at sunrise tomorrow."
LTAVI W.t. ..! u.'l.. 11-J
. H ""Ac ruueu
over and propped himself on
elbow. Christos, in long night
shirt and cap,, with, a candle in
Hand, stood over the bed.
"Eh-whata up?" Mike
"A signal irom the next vil village.
lage. village. German soldiers all over the
area. They're heading for Palea Paleachora."
chora." Paleachora." -,
Mike threw off the covers.
"Go .to-- the church, quickly!"
Mike struggled into his clothes.
checked his. pistols and bolted
through the door and worked his
way toward the knoll. He sprint
ed through the door of the Church
of the Prophet Elias,
Bluey was already there w i th
three otner escapees. They were'
half dressed and crouched near
the windows, shivering in the
night air. Bluey's, fists clenched a
long rifle. .. i-
"I say we break for it now,"
"Do what you please." Mike
said. "I'm riding it out." i
He sank into a sitting position
with his back against the wall
and rubbed his eyes. The empty
church looked eerie in the flicker-
ffh2J..fc',5ito..eap..fm the. b,ra ...long
at the altar; at the opposite end
BLUEY crabbed .Mike's shoul
ders and pointed out of the win window.
dow. window. Mike's heart pounded as he
heard dim, angry guttural com
mands drift up from the village.
It was pitch black, impossible to
see' anything only the sounds.
Drowsy Greek voices curt
commands in German.
Sounds of motors, trucks roll
ing into the village. A rifle shot!
Angry Greek vioces. More rifle
an. am couia swear n was ei-
po. ". 1 -v:1 :.','..
A ,iorm a shadow outside
Miks pointed and Bluey nodded in
agreement as he lowered His ri
- ........ ......
ls shadow moved unevenly up
the path toward the church. -The
five men cowered against the
wall, their weapons turned on the
door, it burst open.
She stood there gasping, dress
ed only in a shirt and blouse
thrown on hastily. Mike saw her
face by the candlelight twisted
in terrcr. She was unable to
speak. V i
"Christos." he said. He tore the
rifle from Bluey's hands and ran
for the door. The four other m
pouffed on him and 'wrestled hi
to the floor,.,-.:--,,,,.,;- ;:,r.,,'
MIKE looked up at Eleftheria J
Her eyes were those of a crazy
woman's. She slid along the wail
toward the door. Mike sprang
from the bench and grabbed her
arm. She screamed hysterically
and sunk her teeth into his hand.
German boots .coming up the
AMce snooK ner sue openea
her mouth- to shriek and struggle
free. His fist lashed out and
thudded against the side of her
face. She slumped unconscious in
to his arms.4 "r'" "Vr
"Split up and get out of here!"
Mike commanded. r
- He threw the girl over nis
shoulder and ran the length of the
church toward a small window be
side the altar. He pushed Elefthe
ria through and crawled after.
A thundering crash of a Title
butt aeainst the church door!
Mike lifted the girt into' tus
arms and staggered up the path
toward the woods. He ducked
behind the first row tre?s and
sank to his knees and lowered E-
leftheria to the ground. He rubbed
the numbness from his arms and
fousht for breath.
A voice shattered the air. You
bloody Huns! You'll never 5 get
A chatter of guns and the voice
was still. V
Eleftheria stirred on the ground.
Her huge eyes snapped open.
Mike's hand clamped over her
mouth.. She shook violently. Mike
dragged her to her feet and pulled
her through the forest away from
the advancing sound of boots.
Faster w faster -the brush -ripped
their clothes and tore into
their skins taster away from
the flashlights, the barking dogs,
When he was no longer able to
'carry her, lie dragged her limp
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Navy Wives Raise Caine On
"I beg your pardon Madam, but of the Wives' Club is the Welfare
ttelieve vou are sitting on one of.FunH tH ..rh t... nwiLj!',.?;!.6,.
I believe you are sitting on one of
my aominoes. : I
"Which U higher, a c s : or
"Are these funny little things
And so went the conversation at
the gala Night of Games held by
the Navy Officers' Wives Club at
the Fort Amador Officers' Club
early this week.
Sponsored for the Wives' Club
Welfare Fund, the evening, ac
cording to Mrs. George King, gen general
eral general chairman of the event, net netted
ted netted the organization a sizable sum
to be used for charity contribu
One of the most active programs
body one hour 'two hours
Then he fell to the earth, too ex exhausted
hausted exhausted to move. He fell Reside
her and she lay against him sob sobbing
bing sobbing weakly. The sky opened and
a torrent of rain lashed their torn
bodies. ;'.; ..'V,
ELEFTHERIA sat on a boulder,
too exhausted to speak and too
dried out for further tears. There
were no words : Mike" knew ; or
would ever know to comfort the
girl. From the barn loft she had
seen Christos shot down in the vil
lage sauare while resisting the
Germans and she had seen Melpo
bayoneted as she knelt over
During the confusion of the
with a few other villagers. Mike's j
escape had been possible only be
cause the hulk of the G e r m a n
force had been concentrating on a
roundup of the villagers while the
Lremaining soldiers were scatter
ed tracking down five escapees, in
his short stay in Paieochora Mine
had learned the lay of the land
and the places where the forest
was thickest v
The two of them circled about
in the hils all day away from the
ashes of Paleachora. From their
high vantage point they could see
German patrols working, fanning
out in a growing circle until they
gave up futilely at dusk.
Hike reckoned it was sate e-
nough to risk a small fire. Its
warmth revived them. He gather
ed up several armfuls of pine
needles and oiled them near the
fire, then went to Eleftheria and
knelt beside her, r : :
Mike knew he could not rova the
hills indefinitely. He knew he
could not go to Dernica. He knew
he could not get to Athens, nor
could he afford to cut off from
the girl. He further knew that no
place in Greece would be safe for
lone from the relentless Konrad
"I 'have a distant cousin. Des
no. wno lives in Aaiosnnani. a-
leftheria said. "It is many kilome kilometers
ters kilometers away in the hills. You will be
"No." Mike said. "I must go to
"The village is so remote that
the Germans do not even know it
exists. Then I will help you get to
Athens. We can reach it by sun sundown
down sundown of tomorrow.", jj
A FLAT homely oM woman hur hurried
ried hurried in from the kitchen and wel welcomed
comed welcomed Eleftheria. Mike, shirtless,
stood about self consciously, as
the three exchanged greetings. At
last Eleftheria turned to him.
'This is Jay Unden. He is a
soldier of New Zealand and hit
needs a place to stay."
"Engloios?"- the giant inquired
The giant was introduced to
Mike as Barba Leonidas and
shook his hand with such violence
that Mike thought he would tear
his arm from its socket. Barba Barba-Leonidas
Leonidas Barba-Leonidas found a shirt for Mike
many sizes too large and then in inquired
quired inquired if they were hungry. ;
After the meal, Barba-Leonidas
listened intently as Eleftheria un unfolded
folded unfolded the story of Paleachora.
When Eleftheria had finished,
Barba-Leonidas announced, "My
only son, Yani. was killed fighting
the Italians in Albania You may!
have his bed tor as long as you
There was something about the
direct simplicity of the man mat
appealed to Mike. He was "real
people" like the longshoremen.
the teamsters, the bartenders ana
the hookers who filled the pages
of Mike's books. A quick bond
was established between the two.
,(TO B! CONTINUED x
V NEXT WIIK)
Fund, and each year Officers' Wiv Wives
es Wives Clubs all over the world contri contribute
bute contribute thousands of dollars to worth worth-y
y worth-y charities.
In this area the local club assists
in toe operatioon of a mission and
an orphanage in the Republic of
Panama, as well as ji number
of worthy activities in the Canal
Zone. The success of the event
Mrs. King attributed to the whole wholehearted
hearted wholehearted support and work of all
tnevciub s members; v
The theme of the evenine was
ceaierea arouna table games,
Guests were greeted at the door
by lovely young ladies dressed as
giant playing cards, j t-
Bridge: canasta, scrabble and
dominoes were; among the, many
games piayeq, with the card
games in the decided majority.
A total of 44 prizes were awarded.--
Three of these were raffled
early; in. the -evening, and the re remaining
maining remaining 41, all donated by local
merchants, were awarded as
door prizes. ; ; .' ... :
The local businessmen contribut contributed
ed contributed in a great part to the success of
"CAPTAIN QUIRKS (Mrs. Myrtle Mangels, right) attends her
palm tree award, during the skit presented at the "Night of
Games" at the Fort Amador Officers Club, Tuesday. The
event was sponsored by the Navy Officers' Wives Club for their
welfare fund drive which Is used, to support worthy .charities
In the Republic of Panama and the Canal Zone. Miss Roberts
(with glasses)- and Ensign Plunger (left) decide operational
point of the "Garbage Scow" where the action of the play
. : takes place.
, (Official VS. Naw
3:10 0.60-3:10 0.30
, fkiMMWtl rtbwil ""V.
.CHARUS BRONSON RICHARD STAPLE'
l.Q X)N$ CHUCK CONNORS -J
SAM ROLFE-DAVID WEISBAR".
i HARMON JONES
l.H. Gionr J,, J
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A? thou?n there was.not es
to draw the crowd, th laHi
did themselves by presentin
noor snow, a parody on the t
Mutiny and Mr. Roberts,, the
nnaiiuJ i .1 1
Picaicu m me roies a. 01 j
men. poking fun at their nai
The man and wife team of
and Ed Gittleman wrote, pr
ed, directed, narrated and fu
ed the musical score for th e 4u 4u-minute
minute 4u-minute skit. The entire action
was placed aboard a decrepit gar garbage
bage garbage scow steaming : in Madden
Lake..;: ,.V i'' v
Appearing In the play "in th e
order of the frequency of their a p.
pearance at rehersals" were Myrt Myrtle
le Myrtle Mangels, Peggy Brown, Barba Barbara
ra Barbara Pest, Betty -Gunn, Pat White,
Jo Ann Johnson, Sally Mann and
Myra Spicker. v v
According to Mrs. King, I num number
ber number of the prizes were not claim claimed
ed claimed the night of the drawing, and
they may be picked up at .the
home of Capt. Richard L, Mann,
Quarters "H" Navy Annex Fort
Amador. Or by calling Mrs. Mann,
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' i ,- OCOUTS and
r 1 lAfi
"Don't croas tb
I DigifiTbat Double-Cross
SOLVB IMS fMI
imOarlj to a
a i n 0 mtmber
W'rai of letter
for' the' answers.
Forrest : aiUVWI
acron and down.
r:ac'ona digit in
each blank of the
quickly can you
X Safety slogan to remember!
Styx to ".'
3. Begin with 1 and rock n roll across the page
. 6. Century, tn which Columbus discovered
?. Which number when subtracted from fix and
bait the number leavea halt the-number halved T
8. A pigmy has how many legiT
9. Adding five to this number give 40 more than
hall! the number.
." 10.. Patience: Being able to w the at coat
of paint to dry be adding tha nd!
" 14. When Gretchen waa asked for her phone num number
ber number she replied,
1. First time the Brooklyn Dodgers won World
Series was la lft
2. and are two consecutive numbers whose
sum la 13. ; J'
' 8. Quatrocento refers to the ta century.'
4. Television Is already D: height, width and
' 5. If tha pig has mora horse sense than the horse,
write 980. If less, write 962.
" A cube has edges and corners.
9. These two numbers rhyme with "heaven" and
It Lawn sign: "Grass in this yard grows by the
inch and-is ruined by tha foot" How many inches
can you find in the aign?
12. The Income Tax Amendment to the U. S. Con Constitution
stitution Constitution Wat paastd In 13.
13. Warning to a person who stands In the way
of a golf ball.
' "Hit rr-t ef-rt
or 'Oi-S V t-l T-S '6i98I- tJ-T-wowv twno
Fishing Poser to Tackle
-. have walkie-talkies, but they
did have a means of communica communication
tion communication with comrades to help them
follow. the right path, warn' of
dangers, Indicate distance, etc.
This was a system of trail signs,
many of which are still in use.
Some of these signal and trail
markers are illustrated at right
They can be used for an amusing
game of hide and seek.
Those who are chosen to blaze
tha trail should be given a head
start of at least ten minutes.
They are to carry three or four
red handkerchiefs or other ob-
: V.' if
L Pebbles or sticks point the way. 2. Stop. 8. Ibis la the tralL i. Bight
tors here, A. Danger-help! 6 Left: m short trip. Bight; a long trip.
' J ecu which ara ta be deposited group which follows. Tha trail trail-at
at trail-at different places along the trail blazers Indicate the route, of
and picked up by the "seeking" course, using the trail signs.-
, It's a Problem of Put and Take
ITS marble time la warmer
climes still a popular ..pas ..pas-tlma
tlma ..pas-tlma despite asphalt and concrete
Inroads. Tou may be Interested
In turning the following problem
Into a puzzle-game for friends.
In a display counter at his
store, Mr. Jones had a box of
agates looking Ilka those In the
diagram at right Tou will note
that the number of agates In the
compartments on each of the
four aides totals nine. ;
Mr.1 Jones sold four of the
agates to a boy, yet was able to
rearrange the remaining agates
tn the compartments so that
those on each side still totalled
nine How did he da it I
Furthermore, four more agates
Pm trust has
made at least 16
mistakes tn the
drawing at right
so that you might
teat your skill tn
as you do, then
let someone else
After you have
taken this test
. cover tha draw drawing
ing drawing with a sheet
of paper and aee
how many of the
errors you can
"ram am bar. It
.be as many as
' Hsitui tuiMj jnt
-o4 o epit aoj, nop pitdn
soa t 'ot oo) jooa 'ct -op
av pa0OJ3 tl T1!0 Mmao
Dl 'Sq oot iinuiino t "ViM
Snoj((i pnaunoo Mnomtop JO no
nnupan aof pae eoqt uq
'I Pi ouo oo snoi oo unn 1
JB1P s98 t J'lioa Jltto
iiO 'IP opjiq jo ispig 1
palWiB )q e,Jio t ipwu too
op Bvins jo epg i luaMiav
Fun With Thought Blox
can be removed and atill leave
nine on each side! Can you fig
ure this out alaoT
' ponai n jhoj oo
(it jqi 'Uin jqi
n) )oauSwui U(J lnag
lira moj '(tsra
Hurrying Home With Goldilocks
ANYONE! possessing the
"know-how" can perform tha
amusing party pastime Illustrat Illustrated
ed Illustrated here. The trick requires a
drinking1 glass and a pair of dice
or two cubeaiof sugar.
The performer holds the glass
as shown, i '" V
Object ta to make each die
separately leap Into the air and
dive Into the glass.
It la easy to make the first die
leap Into the glass with a quick
upward motion of tha hand. But
to attempt to get tha second die
Into the glass by the same
method usually Tesults to throw.
; ing the first die out. Instead, the
performer aimply drops the cube
. from between the thumb and
forefinger, lowers his hand quick quickly
ly quickly and catches the falling die to
the glass. ."
Find the Word
BBlgr REPORTS on telect new
bookt o interest to home
craftsmen, Aoboyisfs and collec collectors.
tors. collectors. Selected by Clark Kinnatrd.
Power Tool Woodworking for
Everyone, by R. J. De Chris to to-foro
foro to-foro (Magna Publications, 843
pages). This ta a revelation. No
other book within our purview
has so complete an exposition of
machines now produced for the
home craftsman, or expounds the
use of such maohlnes so graphi graphically.
cally. graphically. There are, tor example,
200 drawings and photos lllus lllus-.tratlng
.tratlng lllus-.tratlng use of the power saw.
Nature's, Wonders, edited by
C I" Sherman (Hanover House,
252 pages; $7.50). A first selec selection
tion selection in book covers of illustra illustrations
tions illustrations and text from the series of
popular monthly Audubon -Society
Nature Program pamphlets.'
They are reproduced to full color
tn small plates on good paper.
The Complete Beagle, by Wm.
. W. Denllnger (Denlingers Pub
llshtog House, 820 pages: $4.50),
All about tha history, breeding,
training, handling and showing
of breed about which English
men poetised before America was
discovered by Columbus.
"" f4" wrr f
easily may have
Thought Blox. In
these teste you
may find yourself
ever so close to
the answer, but
still torn dis distance
tance distance away. The
object ta to find
the missing let
ters to restore the skeletonized key words.
ta achieved aa follows: Bach of the letters given to
above and at left
is to be Inserted
In the empty
space or spaces
directly under it
Then, by trial
and error, solvers
are asked to find
the missing let-;
ters of the short'
er words until all
otters of the key
word are found,
contain tha aamei
A T C
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tm mmm. fU
rrff "" "W
Remember, all vertical rows
letter, respectively. 1
Two possible answera are given below. f
ai em imo eoniq pin )noqtaa epjo eqx immhbv
; Give Your Tongue a Twisting
REPEAT the following aloud as rapidly a you
can without tripping over your tongue:
Pickwick's pink-panelled pickup popped.
A three-toed tree toad too tired to tweet
Three tired topers thrust ten tin thimbles.
ghallmafs soft silk shirt shrank.
A bit of batter bakes m batter bettor.
R&? A h
PVE MEN are fishing frpm the Ihore of the take
above and each man has caught a fish. Of
course, each man Is interested to getting his flsb
to shore without getting tangled to somebody else's
UneJ t .'
Can you see that all five fish are pulled to by
drawing a line from each flsb to tha correspondingly
numbered angler fishing on the shore? Lmea must
not cross at any point
Solution Is shown elsewhere on page.
WORT that's Important tb
all of us, to our homes, on
highways, wherever we are, can
be made to appear to the empty
spaces of the diagram above.
Insert a letter to each of the
"vertical rows so that a three
' letter word will be formed, read read-tog
tog read-tog downward. Begin anywhere.
The key word will read from
jeft to right horizontally.
ixvr JqtuuiJ O) pJO tumodiui
0 'itarw PJ0 qi
r0UDILOCKS left the house tf
M tha three bears in a hurry,
- but how long did it take her to
get home T To find out time
yourself as you start from the
small arrow at the top of the
maze and proceed to Ooldllock's
present location at bottom left
See if you can find the correct
route first try. Do not cross
over any of the lines on the way.
EIDOLE UK THlSi What can
you find about tha house that
has four legs but only one foot?
pwjtpeq v muif
TlbHtNO TANOLB SOLUTION
. oandles to
,the drawing at
right most near nearly
ly nearly resemble each
- This la not n
easy test -even for those with
Tou'll have to atudy the pic picture
ture picture closely and take into con consideration
sideration consideration a number of factors
The answer Is given below, but
don't peek until you have taken
Remember, the question Is not
which two are exactly alike, but
which two bear' the closest re resemblance
semblance resemblance T
pttum en fori tn Wox r3RiPi
tMiuif J taipow ojm Mf im
anoa n.noi o i wwj f
pa mo qumu wipnvo uata
It Takes Steady Hands
A RE your bands
steadier than your friends'
hands T Put them to a test
, Collect batch of matches. Any kind; even those
torn from the paper books will do. There should
be at least 60. Hold the batch compactly tn one
hand about a foot above a table and let them drop.
Those joining to the test take turns removing
matches from the pile one at a time.. Any matches
may be chosen and any means may be used for re removing
moving removing them- from the pile. However causing the
movement of any match except the one being re
moved from the pile brings disqualification of the
offending player, 1 Others proceed until all except
one. player has been eliminated. He's the champ.
Dotograpb Poser for Jr. Readers
I I I I 1 1 'I
ijjjajna ttjiwiivyup wiin wisaoni worn KrF,
. It's Your Move
A FAMILIAR sight at a lake beside one dot- as to the case ot
fmnt ta outlined fcv dots and 1 and 21. use the dot for both.
See Through This?
"THOUGH It dance at a ball, i
1 am nothing at an. What am
. -opqa a eq pinoo tt
front to outlined fcy' dots and
numbers to tha drawing above.
How quickly tan you discover
what It UT To find out of course,
you must draw a continuous line
f rum dot 1 to '.'dot 24; eonsecus,
tively. Where" two numbers are
By Cuocne Sheftt
1 In what city was Ssmson con.
. fined to prison by the Philis Philistines
tines Philistines after they blinded him?
10 The sluggard will not do what
because of the cold? (Pr. 20:4)
14 Thirtieth book of pie Old
IS Free from restraint
10 From What city did Claudius
command aU Jews to depart?
17 State of isolation.
l Always. ;
20 Fields of combat
21 Ancient Jewish ascetic.
20 What did the disciples drag
to shore filled with flshT (John
..- '.21:8) ;
30 Crazy. Jm
32 Paul was born this (Act 22:
38 Daughter of Elon, the Hittlte
37 Glass bulb for hypodermic
40 Prefix: wrong.
42 what color was the dragon
' with seven heads? (Rev. 12:3)
44 Eucharlstlc wine vessel :,
47 Twining plant
48 Nests of pheasants.
50 Distress call
58 Light, open carriage.
59 Cassowary. ..
64 Christ's declarations
"Sermon on the Mount"'
88 What Is the eighth book Of
the Old Testament?
69 Goddess of oesce.
71 Assam silkworm.
lMod of love.
8 Temperate or torrid.
4 Daughter of Potipberah (Gen
48:20) .- -!
5 Heavenly joy.
. 7 Pedal digit ... ..
8 S -shaped curve.
9 City between Ninevah and
' Calah (Gea 10:12)
II What are we to do to one an another?
other? another? (1 Pet U2
13 Had been.
18 Country road.
22 The Sarditea were descended
. from him (Num. 26:28)
24 Jesus appeared to two of the
disciples when they were on
; their way to this place (Luke
27 Conspirator, who was hanged
on a gallows fifty cubits high
(Esth. 7:10) ...
28 Levities! city (Josh. 10:33)
29 Dinner course, ;
33 Means. '. .'
35 One of the seven canonical
S3 French article.
46 French com.
47 Oarments (poet)
O Alas FMtafM OraileaU, Ue.
49 The spirit ot Elijah rested on
him (2 KL 3:15)
81-Short for jftrsternlty.
63-Klng of Eglon (Josh. J0;3)
57 Sixty minutes.
58 Prefix: against
81 Afternoon parties.
65 Prior, In rime
69 Roman coins.
67 Strong explosive.
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! By Millard Hopper y
ITS t cinch says White aa be
. comes to a decisive point to
the game with Black. His confi confidence
dence confidence ta duly justified. Can you
play out the game? White, mov moving
ing moving up the board, moves first and
1 wine tn five moves.
oe-K-ft miih 'jt-ot pra
"rt-w 'K-ei ipiia "u-tz imitt
k-i ai8 u-a iu iii8
HSoEw 5. S 5. 3j
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h III i
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, GOOD COMBINATION Middlebury college ski team.
;l boasts an unusual combination a ; brother team
' which includes a coach 'and a captain. Jack Beattie
' SStf faSS team teS and Boh iLSe coach Sv' HANDICAP WINNER Bobby EWato, with. George Taniguchl in the f addle, romps home the winner of the $115,. RECORD CATCH This is a blue martin ana if weighs
" : ff v n a a fJlSS, i 000 San Juan Capistrano handicap at Santa Anita race track, Arcadia, Calif. Manotick is horse finishing second. 221 pounds. It's the biggest catch of the season ;off
compete in the N.C, A, A. ski championships sqon. ... Miami Brh nl wm nulled in bv Otto Halbreich of.
Miami Beach and was nulled in bv Otto Halbreich of
New York off Government. Cut. It also was the larg t
est entry in the Old Charter fishing tournament j 1
BRUIN ON THE BOARDS Tripped up during game against Southern California, Morrie Taft of the U.C.L.A. Bruins j
hits the deck but gets the ball away. The Bruins won in game played in Los Angeles. USC player is at left, i,
- ,,. :
TED HOLDS COURT And gathered t
' .. around are young fans and members of
; the Brooklyn Dodeers. The euv hold- 1
------ w c "rf i
ing court is Ted Williams, seated at left f
background. Ted is discussing batting
technique during an interlude in Dod- 1
gers-Boston Red Sox series in Miami,
&-$mm&&, Ni"wt. N-sfift Ssp- iw-rfs., ..mtm
THE MIGHTY MICKSwitch
hitter Mickey Mantle, the
Yankee siege gun, is caught
by the camera bunting one in
training camp workout at St.
Petersburg,, Fla. The picture
was taken With a wide angle
camera from behind catcher.
HIGH if irif-Coach Joe Becker of the Dodeers is the in
terested onlooker here as Pitcher Sandy Koufax gives iv i WELL, I SWAN! A family of swans finds its private river being invaded but seems
out with a high kick in winding up at Vero Beach, Fla. ,to be paying no. attention. The crew is from Oxford, seen, at Putney, England, i -King
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Supplement GOODBYE ip Girls State, 1956: g-,
PAKAMA.R. P. SUNDAY, AfRlt 8.195& t. l',- )' V, I .C X; ('
" 1 ( f t t s ) ,'"""",, v 'ZvUZ, ji' v'
720 M Boys,
GOVERNOR-ELECT Jim Watson (1.) is congratulated by defeated Gubernatorial candidate
Joe Gallaway. On the left is Dan Winkloskl, candidate for Lt. Governor, and on the right
is Bob Hamilton, Lt. Governor-elect.
WORK BEGAN IMMEDIATELY,' and when these Boys' Staters visited the Balboa Police Sta Station
tion Station to hear Ca.pt. B. A. Darden, Balboa police .chief, explain the police operations in the
Zone, the heightened activity had already welded them into a purposeful group.
RfKCE THE GOVERNOR of
totins is a serious
Boys' State is automatically assured of a trip to Washington, D.O,
business. At the desk is Counselor" Richard CaratlnL X :.i
f I 't
Before Easter at Fort Clayton
120 : teen-agers, honor students
from Balboa and Cristobal High
School, found themselves Sudden
ly plunged into the midst ot a
busy program of causes, cam
paigns, elections, classes, and as
Thev were faced with the neces
sily of bringing into existence
towns, cities, and finally a state,
and solving the problems that
For many, it 'was their first
glimpse of the concrete realities
of government.- For others, it was
the first fruition or an apprentice
ship in student government.
For all it was an eliciting week
of work and study that revealed
to thorn the inttnso and often la la-berious
berious la-berious processes that lay ben ben-oath
oath ben-oath the apparent calm of de democratic
mocratic democratic government.
The urogram was Boys' and
Girls State, an American Legion Legion-sponsored
sponsored Legion-sponsored activity designed to ac
quaint qualified students with the
need for good government, and to
make them capable of contribut contributing
ing contributing to that ideal. It began in
1935 in' Illinois, when the Amer
ican Legion sponsored a Boys'
State out of the feeling that in tne
concern over luvenue delinquen
cy our honor students were being
The idea quickly caught on in all
18 states, and was soon followed
by as many Girls' States, sponsor;
ed by the Women's Auxiliary.
This year nearly 40,900 stud
VIRGINIA REYNOLDS, governor of Girls' State,, accepts a cer certificate
tificate certificate of achievement from Leonard Brockman, Educational
Director, at her inaugural reception.
LARRY DCHAV.from Cristobal High School came prepared for
anything. Students from the Atlantic side came to Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton in a banner-covered special ear en the evening train,
Thursday; March 22. '' ,y.
ents participated in the program
In the United States and the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zona.
The boys and girls followed si-
milar. hut seDaratelv organized.
nroprams. The first day they were
divided into two parties, called
Nationalist and Federalist, ana
they began immediately to form
their first unit ot government, ui
Th heard lectures on "town1
0nvrnment. studied nrocedures
in introducing bills to assemblies,
learned the rigors of parliamenta
ry procedure, ana oegan to put u
all into practice. ;
They chose between the various
forms of town government, elect elected
ed elected their officials, and summoned
their legislatures,,: vy
Appointments were made, com committees
mittees committees were formed, and pro problems
blems problems were considered.
The question of graft and cor-
ruption in government was pro prominent,
minent, prominent, and the necessity of in insuring
suring insuring that all officials are fair
minded and disinterested was
emphasized by dealings with
Finally, bills were introduced
and passed, and the students mov
ed on to elect their representatives
to the city government. The proe-.
ess was repeated for the city and
on to the state level.
The citizen of Crossroads Boys
State or Caribbean Girls' Stato
rose with tho sun, and worked
""cJay Ar.criun SL7;!r;t
SUNDAY, APRIL fi,
through busy day till the 10 or
It p.m. curfew.
" Interspersed with the .business
of the day, were carefully -planned
recreation periods, and Jie per periods.
iods. periods. :-. The facilities of the Fort Clayton
swimming pool were put at their
disposal each day. and volley ball
courts had been constructed out outside
side outside the Hospital building where
they were quartered.
;.-'Free period," however, turned
out to be something of a misnom
er. True, there was no scheduled
. activity during these interludes.
but delegates found plenty to do
in discussing campaigns and pre preparing
paring preparing strategy, reading manuals
on government, and rehearsing
for the week-end Variety show to
. keep them busy.
. Often enough though, the citiz-
ens could be found grouped around
i i piano Singing popular songs, or
perhaps simply enjoying them
selves. ,:?..,i;- : i.-'-,
. Boys and Girls State leans he heavily
avily heavily on its graduates for help
in continuing .its program. Stud Students
ents Students who hove distinguished
themselves in past years are in in-,
, in-, vited to return and serve on the
- staff of the next program.
In this way the American Legi
on insures the participants of gui guidance
dance guidance which is familiar with the
problems from both sides of the
fence, and of a cotinuing line -of
ever-increasing knowhow that
makes the activity each year more
valuable to the delegates.
The "State" program Is only
the prelude to bigger things to
' come. For the-two girls and boys
chosen by 'their fellow citizens as
most worthy of the honor there
is a trip to Washington D.C,
participation in Boys and
Here the top students in
United States study the workings
of the Federal Government, visit
langress, ana eieci uiem own
President and Vice President.
The Girls' State Program elects
Its Governor on the, third day, and
on the final day of the program a
second vote determines who shall
be sent to Washington.
It is not mandatory that the
Girls' State be chosen as the Wash Washington
ington Washington representatives. Because
of this there is a great deal of
pressure on the officials, for they
are in the public eye, and upon
their conduct- of affairs depends
the coveted prize the right to re represent
present represent the Canal Zone at Girls'
Nation. ,. :.
Quiet, capable vf)nia Reyn Reynolds
olds Reynolds proved equal to the task.
Elected to the State's highest of of-f
f of-f its, she fulfilled her appointed
duties with a serene, gracious
confidence that assured her of
her election 'after the week's
She took her iob seriously, and
the citizens quickly accorded her
the respect, she demanded. .,-
During a session of the legisla legislature
ture legislature she was addressed by one of
the Senators, who failed to rise
when she began to speak. "Please
rise when addressing the govern
or.", said Virginia authoritatively
and the pattern waft set for ; the
remainder of the week.
Boys' State Governor Jim Wat
son, in contrast to Miss Reynolds,
ruled his citizens with a careless
ease. In place of Virginia's cool,
detached efficiency he led b I s
. State with a casual competence
spiced with wit.
His Lieutenant Governor was
Sandra Motta, Lieutenat Gov
ernor of puis' State, will make
the trip with Virginia. Reynolds,
and Brian Cox, Nationalist Party
manager lor Watson, will accom
pany the governor to Washington.
The girls and boys closed. their
programs with variety shows in
which all participated. They took
their leave of each other with the
knowledge that as a group they
would continue afther 1956 Boys
ana ums Mate was over. ,.r
For their legislatures had af
firmed the need for continuing ac
Uvity on the part of the members
to work together as, a group for
better inter-school cooperation,' for
r-vn of Boys and Girls' btate,
and for the general maintenance
.. ; community whose seful-
ness they had learned.
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Let us go hence, my songs; she will not hear.
Let us go hence together without tear -Keep
silent now, for singing-time is over,
And over all things and all things dear.
She loves not you nor me as all we love her.
Yea, though we sang as angels in her ear.
She would not hear.
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Let tv-Let us rise up and part; she will not -know.
Let us go seaward as the great winds go, 1
Full of blown sand and foam; what help is here? Vs.
There is no help, for all these things are so,
And all the world is bitter as a tear.
And how these things are, though ye strove to show,
r She would not. know.
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Let us go home and hence;' she will not weep,
.We gave love many dreams and days to keep,
Flowers without scent, and fr ults that would not grow.
Saying, If thou wilt, thrust In thy sickle and reap.' -All
is reared now; no grass Is left to mow;
And we that sowed, though all we fell on sleep,
She would not weep.
Let us go hence and rest she will not love.
She shall not hear us If, we sing thereof,
Nor see love's ways, how sore they are and steep.
Come hence, let be, lie stillr it is enough.
' Love Is a barren sea, bitter and deeo;
And though she saw all heaven in flower above,
She would not love.
Let us give up, go down,; she will not care.
Though all the stars made gold of all the air,
And the sea moving saw before it move
One moon-flower making all the foam-flowers fair;
Though all those waves went over us, and drove
Deep down the stifling lips and drowning hair,-
' She would not care.
Let us go hence, go hence; she will not see.
Sing all once more together: surely she,
She too, remembering days and words that were,
Will turn a little toward us, sighing; but we.
We are hence, we are gone, as though we had not been there.
Kay, and though all men seeing had pity on me,
She would not see.
IN TIME OF 'BREAKING OF NATIONS'
By Algernon Charles' Swinburne
: Only a man harrowing clods
In a slow silent walk
With an old horse that stumbles and nods
Half asleep as they stalk.
Only thin smoke without flame
From the heaps of couch-grass;
Yet this will go onward the same
Though Dynasties pass.
: Yonder a maid and her wight
Come whispering by:
War's annals will fade into night :
Ere their story die.
ftkra'sfeyk True Life Adventures
1 rr nn ruVirvr rAijrvrta
' D I il It H 1
Heakp at SUNPOWN,
TH8 VJEIKP CHUCKLU OP
A ftSUTAKV KOOKABURRA
16 r)dKBV UP V OTHERS OP TUB PLOCK.
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The Washington Merry-Go-Roxihd 1
By DREW PEAR5QN
, 'v....,Tm yot7 wiutTfj ukrni. v. I. -ev mi
WITH A KAUCOUe CACOn40NV OF LAUGHTER.
BUT gMLV THi KOOKAVURRAC KNOW WHKT TMEV fR( UOiHiNi AX..
COUNV UMTK. i
. .. wv WW IUV1V
j details on how the giant Brown
ana wool contracting firm, which
has received many Tush contracts
from the government, contributed
to the first Senatorial niiain f
Lyndon Johnson, now Democratic
ieaaer ot we Senate, and then
deducted the contributions from
The case history is imnortant
ior several reasons. First,- this ua ua-fortunately,
fortunately, ua-fortunately, is a practice us by
other companies. They hand out
bonuses to vice presidents, then
require that a percentage of the
bonus be contributed to a certain
pet candidate. Afterward, that can
didate, if elected, ia in. hock to
ine company, it controls his vote,
which is why the Congress today,
more ana more, is losing its in independence.
dependence. independence. X -. .'.J ;
becond. the- Brown and Root
history is important because thev
were active during the gas bill
debate. George Brown entertained
&en. Indon Johnson and other
bigwigs at his Middlebur. Va..
estate on week ends, came to
Washington between week ends.
Finally. Senator Johnson has
exerted his influence to sidetrack
the original forthright probe of
ine gas JODDy proposed by Senator
Hennings (D.,Mo), and is now
exerting his influence against the
recording of political contributions
in primary campaigns. Yet, it
is primaries, including his own in
Texas, mat reauy elect senators
in about one-third of the states.
la Johnson's own senatorial pri
mary in Texas in 1941, internal
revenue agents discovered that
Brown and Root had issued the
following checks throueh their sub
sidiary, Victoria Gravel Co., to
rxigar Montettn, an attorney in
Houston: 95,000 on May 28. 1941 :
$4,500 on June 7; another $3,000
on June 7.
Monteith then ued a comeli
cated, roundabout way of using
the money. He distributed $10,000
of U as a profit between himself
and his law partner, A. W. Baring.
Then Baring transferred the en
tire $10,000 back to Monteith, and
Monteith,' in turn, wrote checks to
pay the expense of the Lyndon
jonnsoa campaign, v
chance to explain this, he said he
had never heard of Mnntoith an
I claimed he had never received fi
nancial neip trom mm. However,
tonieiurs rauier was the former
mayor of Houston and a well.
Internal rrvpnn ni tnunA
that the Second National Bank of
Houston microfilmed all checks,
including these, and that Mnntith
unquestionably had used the mon-
i pay ior raaio ame, printing
bills, and other Johnson campaign
TAX AGENT'S LETTER
o w fcti.o
discovery, James M. Cooner, spe spe-Cial
Cial spe-Cial aeent in cbarvo (r T.c
and Louisiana, wrote from Dallas
on iway 13, 1344: v
.it is quite obvious that Mon Monteith
teith Monteith aided and abpttml Rrnnm anil
Root, Inc.. and Victoria Gravel
Co., in showing that political con contributions
tributions contributions for which he was the
conduit were attornev'a fm Thic
would make his income tax fraud
ulent, v i
"I seriouslv ilnuhf rnraur
tinued. referring to th tart that
Monteith refused to testify, "that
himself in connection with his own
tax liahihtv hut holiAva that ho
was afraid he might be involved
m a conspiracy in connecUon with
the evasion of taxes by Brown and
Root. Inc.. and Victoria Gravel
Internal revenue agents also
found on Brown and Root's books
an interesting list of bonusM raid
to its vice presidents and other
omciais at uie exact time of the
Lyndon Johnson primary election.
' There was no rmlanatina fnr
these sudden bonuses, and the em
ployees wno received them could
give no adequate explanation. Nor
could they show any furniture.
homes, automobiles, etc., for
wucn tney used the money, de de-spile
spile de-spile the fact that they cashed
the bonuses on the same day they
got the checks. ; ;
-Here are. some of the employee
bonuses which Brown and Root
paid out during the Johnson pri primary
mary primary race for the Senate:
L. H. Durst, purchasing agent,
was paid $3,500 on March 29, plus
another check for $2,000 on May
20; W. M. Powell, vice president.
$4,000 On March 28: far I RrnLh.rf
Bice manager, $5,000 on March
i v. vi. xoung, secretary, $1,000
on March 18, and another $6,000
on April 17, Tlus a third-check
for $2,500 on May 4.
In one or two
revenue agents were able to trace
the cash. L. T. Bolin, vice presi president.
dent. president. WaS VlvAfl AM nf tKA 1.m..
bonuses $30,000. Revenue agenU
iciwrica 10 wasnmgton that Bonn
uu Huumiea to mem mat fie had
made a cash mntrihutiAn 4a Ik
Johnson campaign, but, strangely.
wuiu u reiucmDer ine amount.
They found, however, that he
had made out nun rhu-lr mi Ti.n
4, foe $1,150 to the BeU Press for
campaign printing. They also
traced another campaign check to
jjuiiu tor i,ou aatea May z, 1941,
These and considerably more
were among the facts teletyped
to Washington on Jan 1 la iiuj
on the morning that Elmer Irey)
uini stecreuiry 01 ine treasury,
was called to cea PrAsuiAnt Kmc.
velt. On A lla cirlior Ton It
Congressman Johnson 'and Alviri
Tfirii, attorney ior Brown and
Root, had called to see the Presi President.
dent. President. t : .,:;f..i -: p; .:.;,..,i.i.;:.,:,,
Johnson, when asked about this
visit, admitted he bad called on
FDR with Wirti, bot claimed they
had not discussed Brown and
Root's taxes. He said he thought
they had either talked about pub
lie power or about ditching Henry
Wallace for vice president in the
1944 : campaign and substituting
Sam Rayburn. :
However, internal revenue files
are unequivocal. I have photostats
of the messages sent from Dallas
for the White HouseThree days
later a new revenue agent arrived
in Dallas, and shortly thereafter
the Brown and Root tax case was
ordered settled." 7:
Yet today, Senator Johnson, a
victim of the terrific cost of rais
ing money in a primary, does not
want primary expenses and con contributions
tributions contributions made a public record.
More on the Brown and Root
SUNDAY, APRIL 8, 15
I Washington Ncvs Notebook
t li: : : 1 ;- And ..Comment
v Messages RiflemenVolunteers
; Ey Victor Rissci
' HEARD ON THIS tEAT: ;
The first shot a not urimean urimean-i
i urimean-i ihgful phrase in this Btory ia
, i u-'-. .;; !a(1m
' O UIU W. 1113 All CM
; by Walter Reuther in Washington1
, two Wednesdays ago. Though it
was not heard or reported, it none none-jtJieless
jtJieless none-jtJieless may unleash a bloody feud.'
if Keuther did it when he refused
i to admit two unions to the' Indus-
trial Union Department of the
; AFL-CIO. He returned the appli applications
cations applications of the old AFL United
t Auto Workers and the Jewelry
Workers until they were investi investigated
gated investigated and cleared by the Ethical
' Practices Committee a move
which, in effect, charges them
with suspicion of racketeering.
Rptart frem the Auto Workers
I. IUUU uicaiucui. Kimi umw ui
Los Aageles was swift. He released
' an insulting letter to Reuther, tell telling
ing telling him to investigate his own
. union. Heaton surprisingly offered
, to have "every officer of our
effect that none of us is involved!
in any unethical conduct or prac-
tice or ny illegal activity or re re-i
i re-i lationship with any racketeering
- individual or organisation or Com Com-t
t Com-t munist individual or organization.
"The affidavits would then be
'investigated by the Justice De--J
partment for possible perjury and
t anyone found guilty of perjury
' would either resign from the labor
i movement or withdraw his organi organization
zation organization from the AFL-CIO"
.-' .Heaton s union worxs ciosety
.; with the Teamsters and will have
Jim HoffJi on its side. These forces
are new determined to have a
' showdown Tvith Reuther. If the
' tone and insinuations in the Heaton
letter indicate the nature of the
fieht. the lid will, be ripped off
, many an" inside Story reaching in into
to into many cities back through the
: years, i v;:! -';-v- ', l',":,v.; '-V-
. The federal government is
- watching this feuding inside labor.
'As each aide accused the other of
mob tie-ups and the use of the
' unions in private business ven ventures,
tures, ventures, the gendarmes are eare eare-"
" eare-" fully-making their notes, tapping
' wires, tailing labor men. Especial Especially
ly Especially interested is U.S. Attorney Paul
- Williams of th Southern District
: -f xT, Vnrir Ha hn everal
' grand juries going and is bow
.. preparing w ,"l
partment to order FBI agents to
probe the Teamsters Union's con,-
nection with the eastern Inter International
national International Longshoremen's .Assoc
By the time the AFL-CIO. high
council meets in Washington on
June 5, the labor movement will
- be in ferment. That's when "the
: first face-to-face showdown be between
tween between George Meany and Dave
Beck is expected and perhaps a
'split in the new merger.
. r A special, still confidential re re-port
port re-port recently placed on George
i Meany's desk said that labor
unionizing in we. soma u uiumito,
1 A I 1 Wll :
Deiore even goi zianea. mere
Herewith And solution to Sunday Crossword Pus-"
tie-No ttl, .published today.
. Anewer tor Sunday, Feb. H, Cryptoquh WHAT
IS MULLIGAN? A 6AVORY VEGETABLE AND
MEAT TEW ORIGINALET USED BTHOBOES.
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will be no "Operation Dixie'1 by
tne AFL.-C1U because of the segre segregation
gation segregation issue.
Meany and Reuther are pledged
10 unionizing Negro and wnrte
worker alike. Scores of southern
labor leaders, representing 'the
biggest and most influential
unions, have told their national
chiefs they won't stand for de desegregated
segregated desegregated unions..
This report was drawn up by
H. L. MitcheU of the Agricultural
Workers Union after an on-lhe-scene
Unnoticed by the nation this
week was the National Association
of Manufacturers "School For
Executives" in Hollywood, FU.
up the road a few miles from tne
hotel in which labor's high com command
mand command met last month.
The NAM virtually declared bit bitter
ter bitter war on labor.. Businessmen
from 31 states were urged and
briefed to go out and fight
the unions on the political front.
Not in years have the labor lead leaders
ers leaders been so caustically criticized
and so strongly accused of seeking
nautical control of the country.
The recent "peace"' meeting be between
tween between George Meany and Charles
Sligh, Jr., NAM leader, apparently
was a complete lauure,
Vun wuv vm An the Inter-
national Association oi jnacmuisis
strike wiucn nas sioweo oui uui
cht nff b nroductkm of new iet
fighters at Republic Aviation on
Long Island. It may develop into
another Westingnouse-iype amis.
Th ctnnnaff im in its sixth week.
Almost $5,000,000 has been lost in
wages and scores oi minions mure
in production, most oi wmcn is
for the Pentagon.- S
Here, too, you have the pattern
nf a mainr romnanv keeninS its
plants going while it promotes a
oacK-to-worK movement.. ihhb c
12,000 strikers. But 1,700 workers
Bnlnff into the' Dlants daily.
Forty four jets have been deliv
ered to, tne government. Ana
ttiora'a nn men at a settlement.
Talking about long strikes, on
Mar. 26 the Auto Union strike
against Kohler of Wisconsin who
is also producing in the face of
nicket lines ran imo ivs
"What Thev're Doini Now DepL
Lee Pressman, former counsel to
John Lewis, Phil Murray and the
CIO, is quietly practicing law in
New York, Ulty. A rail, graying--the-temples,
now, he:nanaies just one union,
th AFL-CIO Marine Engineers,
for which he has won the first
national pension plan for seagoing
men on -all coasts.' : v .j
The rest of his law practice Is
commercial,, with some speciali specialization
zation specialization in steel processing compan companies;
ies; companies; H& is a long way from the
stormy days of. early CIO, as he
rides the commuter trains to his
Westchester home and is a pillar
of his church and community. ;
L IeIIn 3.-.--!--rn1
WASHINGTON fNEA) Vice
President Nixon wowed an audi audience
ence audience of doctors the Other day with
the line: j
"When the President heard I
was coming here to speak to you,
he said, 'Dick, you tell these, doc doc-tors
tors doc-tors that I think they are a mighty
fine group of people doing a won wonderful
derful wonderful job.'
. in tne past week two otner top
administrative spokesmen f have
used an almost identical quote
from Ike in their speeches. Insid Insiders
ers Insiders say this is one of the methods
that will be used to brine Ike dose
to the people without his b a r n-
storming during the campaign.
A friend spotted Dan O'Brien,
administrative assistant to Sen.
WU.AV U1WIVU1WVIV1 M ...
the big annual dinner of the .Na .National
tional .National Kifle Association the other
night. -v..;-; f
"What are you dome at an af
fair like thise" he asked Dan.
"They asked me because I'm a
straight shooter," Dan replied.
Sen. Kefauver's startline Minne
sota victory has attracted a swarm
of volunteer workers to his na
tional headquarters here. A high
percentage of them are attractive
college girls who put in long hours
after college stuffing envelopes,
writing letters and doing -research
jroiects. : K -:. ':
A host of young attorneys are
also devotine their free hours to
the presidential hopes of the lanky
- A visitor from Indonesia checked
in with his embassy here and said
he was interested in seeing some
native dancers of America, bo an
Walter Winchsll In
AAAN ABOU TTOWr
Beatrice Lillie's off stage cupl-
doodling is reserved for John Phil Phillip
lip Phillip of her touring cast. .Carol
Channing's pals report she has not
decided on divorce. But won't bet
on it. .The Molly Bragno yieir
ess to 18-mill) J. Kimberly dueting
is a cover-up for their real irter-
ests., .Shirley : Booth's dinner
dates are saved for Frank Milan
of her "Desk Set" click, n .They
assure you the Patti Page-Charles
O'Curran wedding is soon. We
don't bleev it. Judy Holliday's
analyst tried to save her marriage
which appears to be wrecked.
Una Mae Carlisle, the thrush-88'er,
won a divorce from John Bradford.
It'll be final any week. .Most
fantastic news we ever printed: A
coastt-o-coast TV personality anai
his bride-to-be (who announced
they'd wed) also signed plans for
the settlement in case it ooesnt
The Hollywood 'Line: Ava's al alleged
leged alleged friends ( hist back from
Spain) report on vher odd routine
of sleeping matinees ana partying
aiehts. She rises at 8 ....
Hits the hay around noon. .Some .Something
thing .Something to do with an obsession that
she hasn't tang to live and is liv-ing-it-up
now. .Marilyn Monroe
will have to put up her best front
to keep "Bus Stop" audiences
from noticing Hope Lange, the
N. Y. blondynamite. Ironical Ironical-ly,
ly, Ironical-ly, Hope's real-life boy-friend (Don
Murray) is Marilyns in tne pic pic-ture.'.,93
ture.'.,93 pic-ture.'.,93 "grown-up" newspaper
people actually lined up for "ex
clusive" interviews with MM when
the returned from Sun Valley.
20th execs say that her long stay
in New York "learning how to
act" improved her emoting. ;
Know why a Hollywood movie con
tract can only i hold players 7
years? ... i Because under Cali
fornia law a longer contract is
considered slavery. : ;;
' The Nanette Fabray-Sid Caesar
feevee estrana ment is now blamed
on a clash of temperaments. Nn-Maggi Truman isn't the only gal
ette is getting the VIP-treatmentjto go daffy over a newspaperman,
in Movletown. In no haste to re-j Margaret O'Brien is now wearing
turn to Marty Mills which de- Alabama drama editor Fields Von-
bunks the rumor that they are'
secretlv stitched. J ."Mv Fair!
Lady" is the only real hot-ticket'-
Patties G.I. Reparteer-Courtesy
. rI DOUGLAS LAKSZN and KENNETH O. GILMORE
. 0 ; i,
embassy employe 'took him to thej "I studied ornithology at Audu-.
Crossroads, a .. local night club -bon University and am- fully ca ca-which
which ca-which features strip teasers. The pable of handling this pigeon by
TiBiiur was imprcs&cu wiui Amen-
Takes au agile Congressman
these days to ride the rough party-
and-banquet circuit in town without
hurting anyone's feelings.
The Greek organization Ahepa
served a sit-down steak dinner for
1,000 persous the other night. Same
evening the Air Force Association
staged their annual party which
featured a movie premiere and
After their filet raignon meal
most soions ducked out of the
Sheraton-Park and hit the ball-1
room of the Willard where the Air
Force had enoueh shrimp, meat
balls, cake and cocktails to cover
a flight deck.
Half the Senate had accented
invitations to both affairs, but the
farm bill debate and voting kept
mem au away except for Sen
Karl Mundt (R-S.D.). But he came
in late just to pick up his wife
who was having a wonderful time.
Secretary of the Army Wilbur,
Brucker tells this one to point up
the high level of intelligence of the
enlisted man today:
A captain and a major sat alone
in a night club enviously eyeing
a young corporal who had a gor gorgeous
geous gorgeous blonde with him. In an at
tempt to move in they sent the
corporal a note saying, "One of
us went to Yale and the other to
Harvard, and we'd like to join
you to discuss your college."
When the corporal read it he
quickly replied, with the following
on Broadway. Uezx seats Are get.
ting $70 the pair at some broker
ages. .Sardi s topic-A is about
Richard Maney's verbal brawl with
a Jennie-come-lately associate pro
ducer m i musical. .Kobert
Joseph (co-parent of "Tiger at the
Gates ) is hanging around the gate
of Nancy Mahon. .The new apple
oi uon uierry's eye is a Cleveland
peacn named Jeannie Hupnes....
Rita Moreno showed up for scenes
in 4'King and 1" wearing a tweed
suit so tight it hurt just to look
-The Cables: Prince Christian of
Hanover (brother of the Queen of
Greece) was transferred from the
Stork Club-El Morocco circuit to
London by the Greek shinning firm
that employs him. He has eyes for
rnncess Margaret... samara nui
ton's chums fear she settled a mii-1
lion on him before the wedding.
Harry Cushing (of the Rome Daily
American) is reported tamed by
lovely British actress Glynis Johns
. .ly Power is doing London with
Claire Bloom. .Lila Lazo, Cuba's
top movie beauty, rejects all U.S.
film offers. Fears the Hollywood
glamazons would theft rer hand handsome
some handsome hubby. .The Monaco mer merger
ger merger madhouse is like this: The Her
aid Trib Is not only assigning Jinx,
but Clementine Paddleford its
That was quite a scene In front
of El Morocco. A frowzy old lady
screamed she was the mother of
a renowned patron. "They won't
let me in because I'm poor. But
my daughter is'married to a mil-J
lionaire and they let her in1
Baby Shirley Jean (darling blonde
child m the "Our Gang" films) is
ndw "Gilda," a strip-star, at the
Monaco on Stripty-second Street
. .Does our St. Petersburg (Ha.)
editor know that St. Pete's Marcia
Lee is a $35 per hour N.Y. model
in the daytime and the Embers
ciggie-gal after sundown? ...mas'
ers are nuzzled about Lily Pons
becoming almost- reclusive in her
H wood mountain-top retreat.
er s sparkler,
"My Fair Lady" is flirting with
Beau Geste of the Week:
Sweet, young thing-at a plush
party was looking for a place to
put out ner cigarette. She didn t
dare stomp it on the thick carpet.
iiet me, said a handsome man
reaching for the low burning butt.
Then he walked the length of the
room to an- ash tray. The girl was
rawer impresscj, out at a loss for
words when she was introduced to
the gentleman. It was Ren. Wil
liam Ayres (R-Ohio). ;
Hardest Washington official to
get as a speaker is Secretary of
the Air Force Don Quarles. That's
because he insists on spending be between
tween between 15 and 20 hours polishing
his speeches. That's in addition to
the time it takes his writers to
produce the firs draft.
In sharp contrast to other offi official
cial official speakers he insists on giving
a completely different talk each
time he faces an audience. Some Someone
one Someone has charged that the RepublU
can National Committee runs a
"speech of the month club" which
distributes canned talks, v
Adm. Hyman Bickover, the ec eccentric
centric eccentric atomic genius 'who super supervised
vised supervised the building of the A-pow-ered
sub Nautilus, has put himself
on a rigid diet For lunch, for ex example,
ample, example, he has cup of thin broth,
a hard-boiled egg and then washes
it all down with tea minus cream.
He's got to lose three pounds.
he says, to get back to his normal
'weight of 130 pounds.
a "South Pacific" ticket scandal
One of the brass allegedly charges
brokers for his special services
$10 the pair. .The furnishings ia
tne Polyclinic Hoso. nrivate rooms
came from the old Waldorf-Astoria
Hotel. .Be careful of the amateur -hypnotists,
who may try to show
you how it is done. Homos and
sex-deviates often try to learn how
for obvious reasons. .Judge Say
pol's boy, Roger and Paulette
Ames make it very public at Chan
dler's and other boites. .Billy
Daniels'- ex-wife (Martha Braun)
and a Jersey judge are chummy
. .Constance Ana .Dergel (so (socialite
cialite (socialite golf champ) weds Sikorsky
aircraft exec John Thorha Lewis
Oct. 6. French crooner Andre Mon-
et and dancer Fay Lafayette have
been secretly sealed weeks. No
snob he. Monet is tending bar at
the Chateau briand waiting for his
agent to merit his 10 p. c.
"Damn. Yankees" leading lady,
(on tour) Sherry O'Neil and her"
music publisher groom are on a
trial sep. .Gov. Meyner's new
dinner-date (femme lawyer Bev Beverly
erly Beverly Lemay) is Margaret Tru Truman's
man's Truman's look-a like. .The gal at
the first-nights who gets double double-takes
takes double-takes with her chalk-white face,
carrot-red .hair and eyes black black-lined
lined black-lined with green shadow is Carol
Sarovan, the author's ex. .Play
wright Leslie Stevens and ex-Mtss
America actress Lee Merri wether
are a steady duet at Walsh's
Steak bistro. ..Gene Courtney is
forgetting Phil Silvers with a
weaitny Panamanian iirst-named
Fernandez. .The "Bridey Mur
phy" best-seller has locals search
ing for Birdie Moscowitz. (Years
ago she was a Bagel) .We hear
Rubirosa's so broken up over Zsa Zsa-Zsa's
Zsa's Zsa-Zsa's plan to wed another, he's
eiving up polo on rainy days,
Things aren't so wonderful back backstage
stage backstage at "Mr. Wonderful." Some
of the. cast are getting on each
GROTON, Conn (UP) Mo Motorist
torist Motorist Lewis A, Ervoes was fined -$9
because he was too cautious.
He said he didn't want to "take
chances" in the three states where
he frequently traveled so his car
had a registration plate from each
SUNDAY, APRIL 8, l&S
DELIVERS ALL WEEK Charles A. Distler delivers mail on
- weekdays and sermons on Sundays. The 40-year-old. New Yorker
supports bis family by carrying mail in the Bronx as ha pursues
his ministerial education,. spending Sundays as pasior of the Wood Wood-1
1 Wood-1 side Community Church, He hopes to put down his mail bag and
devote "my entire life to the ministry, my 0811." He's shown above
at left in his postal uniform and at right in his ministerial robes.
RARE AFFLICTION-Sixteen-yearold Jean Gentele has been
sneezing continuously since last Dec. 10. The Algonquin, 111, girl,
who had to leave school, began sneering at a rate of eight to nine
per minute. Physicians have reduced her sneeze count to two to
three per minute. Her mother, Mrs. Lawrence Gentele, is shown
above giving her some medicine. Jean has since entered a hos hospital
pital hospital fr further examination.
WASHINGTON IN STITCHES-Mrs. Effle Oeveland of Lamed,''
Kan.; has dene lot of cro hetme In Her lifetime, but She's proudest
of 'the needlework at right- It's a crocheted portrait of George
wasnmgton. on whose birthday Mrs. Cleveland" was' bora. The
portrait is flanked by replicas of a 48-star U.S. flag, left, and the:
11-star original flag of the VS. The 80-rear-old grandmother has
many miles of crochet threed behind her. Last year alone she
Used more than IT miles et the thread in her Ufelonf bobb. a
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SUNDAY, AKIIL 8,
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ADLAI STEVENSON has made his most personal
attack on Sen. Estes Kefauver 50 far... a real two two-fisted
fisted two-fisted attack. The former Illinois Governor charged
the Senator with neglecting Senatorial duties to cam
paien for the presidency.
"There may be such a thing,, said Stevenson, "as
wanting to be president too badly." And he added:
"That may be one reason why none of Kefauver's col colleagues
leagues colleagues In the Senate and so few party leaders around
the country have endorsed him.
Stevenson also told a luncheon audience In Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. Florida, that the Tennessee Democrat and we
quote "shares Republican enthusiasm for -my poli political
tical political extinction."
Stevenson charged again that Kefauver unfairly ac-
cused him of gathering party bosses behind his cam campaign
paign campaign and telling party members how to vote.
As for de-segregating the South, Stevenson said: "It
must be done without lawless resistance or undue pro provocation
vocation provocation and with a decent concern for the opinions
of one another, white and Negro."- s
As for Kefauver, he says someone should ask Steven Steven-eon
eon Steven-eon why he hasn't entered the New Jersey primary.
"If he Is seeking the nomination the Senator said,
He certainly should be a candidate in this primary."
Kefauver also made it clear at a news conference in
Newark, New Jersey, that he will challenge the un-
pledged status of Gov. Robert Meyner's uncommitted
Meyner and other Democratic leaders In the state
are believed to favor Stevenson. But the Senator said
there will be room on his slate if any organization
leader wants to leave the governor's ticket and run
with him. Kefauver will campaign five days for the
New Jersey primary April 17, In which he is unopposed.
Despite primary victories In New Hampshire and
Minnesota, Kefauver safd he still believes Stevenson is
ahead of him In the Democratic race.
New tornado warnings went out In the south on the
20th anniversary of one of Georgia's worst.
The Atlanta weather bureau said one or two torna tornadoes
does tornadoes may hit Northeast Georgia and northwest 6outh
Twenty years ago Friday, twinf tornadoes killed 208 ;
persons in uainesvuie, ueorgiaj gmasneu une-uiuu-sand
homes and other buildings... and caused 12
million dollars damage.
In Bryan. Texas, one of the latest tornadoes dam damaged
aged damaged up to 200 homes but caused no casualties. Police
said the twister spared lives because It stayed at
house-top level during Its rampage.
Masked bandits have staged a bank robbery In Flint, V
Michigan, that netted them 10-thousand tq 50-thou-
v Three robbers entered a branch of the Citizen's Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Savings Bank. Two of them Jumped over coun counters
ters counters and scooped money out of drawers. Then the ban bandits
dits bandits fled in a car, possibly driven by a fourth man.
The getaway car was abandoned about 10 blocks
from the bank. A bank Alarm was isounded while the
robbery was going on and police set up blockades In
the area. 1
Bank officials figured 10-thousand dollars was
taken. But police estimated it may come to 50-thou-sanu
Maryland state police have a lead on a possible bust
poet In the acid attack on labor columnist Victor Rie Rie-el.
el. Rie-el. Police tried to pick up a man In Annapolis who was
said to resemble the assailant. But they failed to catch
P with him.
Someone threw acid In Riesel's face early Friday in
Mew York and there was fear his sight might be lost.
Doctors examined the newsman yesterday morning
and reported he could count the fingers of a hand
and distinguish colors. ;
It's one Incident aftwanother In the tene Middle
PANAMA POLICE STARTED off the week by ar-
resting 18 small boys who were caught making bets
among themselves at the Juan Franco race track.
The next day (Monday) police raided a dance- held
at the Mechanics' Club on National Ave-, and arrested
25 boisterious teenagers of both sexes for being on the
streets after midnight. All were placed under the juris jurisdiction
diction jurisdiction of the Minor's Court. .,,
Early In the week police also reported capturing two
boys, 7 and 8 years old, in the act of burglarizing El
Rancho beer garden on Good Friday nigti :
President Ricardo Arias Espinosa officially Inau-
gnrated a tax collection office for use by Canal
Zone employes who live in Panama City.
The office is located on Jose Francisco de la Ossa
Ave. (Automobile Row) and is headed by Maximo
, Lnque Jr.
: High winds blew down about half a million banana
trees on the Chirlqui Land Co. plantations at Alml Alml-rante.
rante. Alml-rante. Two minor accidents to ships were reported during
the week. Early In the week a tanker 8.S. Hess Patrol
got tangled in the Navy's anti-submarine net in the
harbor and was forced to return to Cristobal after
having left the port. -.
The U.S.-reglstrv tanker had to be assisted back In Into
to Into port by a tug because the net prevented her pro propeller
peller propeller from turning.
Only minor damage was reported to the ship Rakala
which scraped along the side of a tuna boat St Ma Mathews,
thews, Mathews, squeezing it against Pier 16 In Balboa.
The Port Captain's office In Cristobal conducted an
Investigation into the accident. The tuna boat, which
was to have undergone repairs before the accident,
A NEAR-BRAWL between the Brooklyn Dodgers and
Milwaukee Braves highlighted exhibition games
Wednesday. It started when pitcher Bob Buhl pi the
Braves threw one close to Roy Campanella and Xorced
him to hit the dirt Campanella then hit a grounder
and smashed into first baseman Joe Adcock .or the
Brayes, --, s
Campy returned to the bench and yelled 10 me me--
- me-- thing at Milwaukee catcher Del Rice. Rice whip whip-:
: whip-: ped off his mask and came running to the Dodger
' dugout, saying: "No one can call me that." Adcock
came running over, too. Flayers and umpires broke
On the next pitch, Buhl hit Jackie Robinson on the
wrist. Buhl raced in and apologized. Robinson assured
him he realized it was unintentional, and tempers
simmered down, .....
v Officers of the Washington Senators have denied re
' ports that the club treasurer"- Gabriel Murphy has
purchased a controlling interest in the club..
. President Calvin Griffith says there is nothing U
the report, and Murphy joins Griffith in the de-
? niaL Murphy says he's happy with his present ar ar-s
s ar-s rangement with the Senators, and has confidence
' In another front office move, the Baltimore Orioles
have, bought pitcher Babe Birrer from the Detroit
Tigers.- The 26-year-old righthander was placed, on
waivers by the Tigers after he won four games and
lost three last season. Birrer appeared chiefly in relief
HOCKEY Here's more" proof that the Montreal Ca Ca-nadiens
nadiens Ca-nadiens are the best team in hockey.
The ninth annual Hockey News all-star team was
announced Thursday and Montreal players filled
five of the six positions.
a dead ship .was recorded this week. ,- m.JarA ,:K ,, ftr Montreal. Defenseman Dous
It involved the nowericss Z4.7tz-ton vessel iwon iwon-terrev.
terrev. iwon-terrev. renamed Matsnnia. which is, bound to New Newport
port Newport News. Va., from San Francisco where she will
be refitted as a luxury liner and returned to the
Pacific Coast to serve with other liners of the Mat-
The ship wan being towed bv two vn, and four
or five Canal tun were required to help her com-
plete the transit here.
For the first time the Commissary Division Is ask-.'
ing for bids for roasted blended coffee instead of
snecific tvpp of green coffee which previously were
blended at Mt. Hope.
Bids to sunplv tb Canal with 30O00 pounds were
being advertised. Balboa Heights snid this new type
Df purchase would give the Panamanian coffee industrv
an ooportunltv to compete for the ronstin and blend blending
ing blending business which trw Commissary had been doing
for Its retail trade in the past.
A complete new sewaee system was pplng planned
for Pacific side communities. Bids for the construc construction
tion construction of a sw'Te pumning station and the 'nst.pllatton
of about 5 000 feet of forri main nd outfall jnBalboa
were also heing solicited by the Canal.
Gov. Seybold left earlier this wek for Washington
where he was scheduled to attend Congressional hear hearings
ings hearings on the Cnal' budgets for the nmip fiscal year.
, Lster he wi attend the board of directors meeting
set for April 14.
, From Wih'n-'ton came wrd that MaJ. On.
I'fltiM c. McG""1. Coro"ni"nc Oner-. of te
I'SARCARIB. will leave Ft. AiW.ir In July. Ills,
new asslTp'nt U omm-'ndant o th Com
marT General Staff College at Ft. Leaven-;
It TWTS CNat, ton"! COURTS. ..A vounr ex-cd"-
. "', rt Alfred Mnhndn "ot five 'a- nen sentence and aid -Express. Knox allegedly was angry wim uriio
!rsHw.0 Hay.if tnJ&&jT. his comn,nlon-.n-cHmo J,n Snnhez ent two vp.r. for stories he had written, and punched him while
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Harvey and goalie Jacques Plante of Montreal also
are on the ail-stars, uetroit aeienseman neu x-euy
the only non-Canadien to make the team. (
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ceed has started his 1956 racing career with a failure.
v r.. v. Whitn-v'x "Career Bov' was able to finish ; :
only second in the Olympic Purse Thursday at
Jamaica. Career Boy carried 126 pounds in the New
York feature 12 pounds more than any other
horse and it proved too much for him. The
. dark Brown Colt ran sixth most of the way, though
" jockey Fric Guerin brought him up to second place
at the turn. He finished the six-furlong test sec-
ond, half-a-lengh behind "Wild of Allah." "Beau
Fond'' finished three lengths further batik in third
' A lessor-known Kentucky Derby candidate "Flight
History" ran in the feature at Bowie, and had bet better
ter better luck. Flight History won the Waldorf Purse by
three-quarters of a length. "Besomer" was second In
the three furlong test, and "Singer" finished third.
At Gulfstream, jockey Bobby Ussery booted ''Our
Gob" to victory in the featured race: The favored, 'First
Aid-' was second, and "Mabekky" was third.
At Lincoln Downs, "Eternal Sweep" came from be behind
hind behind to take the feature by six and one-half lengths.
"Free Will" finished second, and "French Omelet" was
FOOTBALL One of the most controversial sports
figures on the West Coast is back' in the news.
.Harvey Knox step-father of UCLA star Ro-
hie Knox is familiar for his feuds with UCLA
coach Red Sanders. Knox seems to have two more
1 feuds going one with the California State
Athletic Commission, and one with a Los Angeles.
The Athletic Commission has revoked Knox's license
as a boxing second, on the charge that .he. punched
Run Fiiriiin a xnnrtawriter. for the Los Angeles Her-
tian forces in the Gaza strip left nearly
dead. .. most of them Egyptians.
Now Israel charges Jordan with tiring on Israeli
Workers in the Beisan Valley about 100 miles north northwest
west northwest of the Gaza area. An Israeli armv spokesman said
-one of the Israeli banana plantation workers was
Sources said Israel takes a "particularly serious
view" of the incident as a result of the Gaza fighting.
Esypt and Israel traded artillery fire along the Gaza
strip yesterday for more than an hour and Cairo re reported
ported reported one death.
- Cairo said 63 Egyptians were killed and 102 wounded
In the Gaza clashes. Israel said it lost three dead and
These were the other too developments:
Washington President Eisenhower and Secretary of
State Dulles conferred on the Middle East fighting.
New York UN Secretary General Dai? Hammarsk Hammarsk-Jold
Jold Hammarsk-Jold prepared to leave by plane on a Middle East peace
London British Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd
planned an emergency meeting with Hammarskjbld
when he stops over.
' Jerusalem-American Ambassador Fdwprd lawsori
met with Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett.
' A presidential committee says twice as much should
.' be spent on our school system in the next 10 years be because
cause because It Is so overcrowded and underpaid.
The committee for the White House Conference on
Education calls for substantial raises for tepchors
with the goal of eventually doubling their salaries.
But the report to President Eisenhower mentions
only briefly three of the bisrgwts school controversies,-
It av5 most Americans want to wipe out the seoara seoara-ton
ton seoara-ton of Negroes and White in public schools but that
this can't be done as rast In some areas as in others.
. The report Yronoses.more study at community, state
fT' national levels of the controversy over how much
pt'b'i fhoobt should stress religion in the classroom.
And it says athletics should serve young people
persons for ,erl fVp hni.inrif. which wiurtw' breaHmtactlng as a second for Art Aragon,
into the Bfllbos Poi'rwM stution an the JW. Two
Panamanians. Lulm E. Fidruca and .Tose rll Cnrmen
Gome wee ifven enitent,Bry nttnn of one-"esr
e-ch for .eaHni Naw caW. A Ft Kobbe S"Wer.
Heriberto Fe"r was flemiltted of a -or" of tak'ne
a motor vehicle for temporary use b"t the ci'l who
ro',"nrf' him th" r" -"othT'.s was ftn'J a
tot"1 Of $2S. h(i I- F1'm CasH'lo. former -nsld
a Balho- resident. F Chu. h f'M hr.
rnsnp'reit tn th" V t his "r t"for she left
and envelled the soldier to drive it off for her.
rather than beln uri to build up the reputation of
a school or community.
Grace Kelly says she's going from actress to princess
to. interior decorator.
She told newsmen on the liner Constitution that
one of her first projects after marriage will be to rede-orate
her palace In Monaco.
The actress said her future husband Prmre Rai Rainier
nier Rainier told, her their quarters still are "strictly a
' AAU The widow of the great athlete Jim Thorpe
has asked that Congress investigate the A KM.
Mrs. Patricia Thorpe wired Senator John But Butler,
ler, Butler, a Democrat (mm Maryland. In the wire. Mrs
" Thorpe said, "Help me crush the hynocritical
AAU. A Senate investigation of the AAU is long
overdue." Earlier that day. susnended mile cham cham-,
, cham-, pion Wes Santee called the AAU "A completely
corrupt organisation." t
The four major aeencies which furnish news film to
television in the .United States have rejected as com completely
pletely completely unacceptable a plan by the Autmiipn Olym Olympics
pics Olympics Committee to sell film coverage of the, Olympic
gam In Melbourne next November. ..-.
- The agencies aked the Australians to accent
the nrinciplcg of fre access to news enrage by
. television motion picture cameras on th ame
basis on which newspaper rmorlers af'' still n!c n!c-'
' n!c-' ture cameramen are allowed tn cover the emes.
An an-reement to take this position ws recrd at
a meeting among rpnresent'tives of TTnltd Pres-
Mnulptnn- News CBS NBC. find INf PI""W.-. 1
I don't know yet how iVill decorate M. MLss Kelly ""P"? JSSj'ff rVoTpre'
en id "T Hire French furniture verv much."
In Monaco. Itself. Prince Ra'nier seems to devel developing
oping developing a case of ''wedding nerves" with the big cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies less than two weeks ahead. -.
A-Unlled Press correspondent Robert Musel
says 'the 'rush of arransenients seems to be straining
the Prince's relations with his staff.
Two Congresomn are on the sick list .".
Republican Rep. Joseph- O'Hara of M!chian Is r"
norted in good condition after a heart attack.' His of-'
Pee disclosed that O'Hara went Into the Washington
Nval Medical Center last Fridav. -. v
Republican Sen. Irving Ives of New York Is restlne
at a Norwich. New York, hosnitel pftr an emTfrpncv
appendectomy. His condition is said to be satisfactory.
renre-entativps of the agencies In Australia 'for pre
sentation to the Olympics committee.
On Tnesdav, the Olvmnli Orean'ng Com't.t"e
at Melbourne was renorted consifl-rln- a nn tn
relaln th riirhis ltif lo film the U
"events. William Knt l-iifhes. C"nm'ee
man. announced that h rommitt"- h"
vorlrtvide tenders Aril 27 for-fiini
rirb t the eatn-s. Uuh- s"t
- eonsiderine a tla to "ract for the eoversge.
I hen tnarket the film Itself.
The U.S. affencles previously hs- said hrf f-" wi'l
support a pool -vster" wM"h would nay the "-t"l
pen"- incurred by the film companies to obtain the
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LINDA JACOBS (standing), prosecuting attorney, questions Mr. Ships Stores, victim in an assault case in Girls State. After three hours
of deliberation the jury was unable to return avcrdict, and the trial was rescheduled for May 15.
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