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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
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Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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HOMEWARD ,VIA ;
.AN INDEPENDENT
DAILY NEWSPAPER
"let fie jteopfo know the truth and the tountry it safe' r Abraham Lincoln,
PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1957
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After Rock Hits

Paraiso
Help
Kids

Lops
. m i; O mi). 'St ..!'

Parents of 1t Paraiso boys, came to the Balboa police
'l" station and agreed do take corrective action after their
"offspring were taken into custody yesterday for throwing
rocks at a Panama Railroad passenger train.
: -The boys, were rounded up after Theodore Braithwaite
Paut, 21 ,-Panamanmian, employed as a Canal seaman, a
passenger on the Colon-bound noon train yesterday, was
hit by a rock thrown from outside.

Red Tide's Here
But No Fish
Found Dead Yet
The red tide which killed a num num-ficv
ficv num-ficv ff Ft. Kobbe when it
appeared here in 1951 has again
beenobserved on the Pacific side
There are no reports ui uoou
fish, however. J
. .ft.. HA AarKAU tt COlor f'm
extremely smalt organisms found
in great concentration', in streaks
. vf water observed among other
currents. Its red. CP J, or ha
HrnumUh tinfle. 'f
Usually in Panama it. appears
.nrt-nf thp. drv season
"w"ui.r Prf.i ers are the.
Voidest of the year. In some tea-
sons, none ; v n j
little comes Ltoi occasionally ;t
comes in volume ?

been observed ra we
,,'nel and m Panams Bayr
tSruna T fishermen, have repor efl
Jing it as far out as the Perlas
Islands.,- . ;
Young Colon Worker

Run Over By Truck;.

. UII JGIIUU) LUI
Laborer MarsKall Archibpld 16,
' a "Panamanian resident -of Colon,
was badly injured yesterday when
run over by the rear wheel of a
l-ton truck. ;
' Archibold- Is on the 'seriously' ill
list at Amador, Guerrero Hospital,
He suffered a ruptured bladder, a
broken hip artd other injuries hy
, the accident which" occurred otti
Army Road H about eight miles.

from Gatun Tocks. :
-Archibold is employed by Rober,
' to Garcia,, who is engaged in haul hauling
ing hauling sand from the Pina area .to
, Colon. '."-;
The truck was driven by Jorge
-M. Antonio of Cativaa;

Archibold, who was riding on
the vehicle, got out on the right
front fender to look at the engine
when it gave some trouble while
climbing a hill.:: "VI ::
He either slipped o lost hi bal
ance and fell under the wheel.
Mamslrale-Orders
Woman fo Hospital
A woman resident !of William
son nace, jsaiDoa, receivea a
suspended v sentence yesterday
for disturbing the early-morning
peace of Balboa. She-pleaded
euilty to the charge,
, Imposition of sentence m-as
suspended for Mrs. Edna, Mabel
Strickland. 33, American, on the
conaition tnat she po Jmrriedlat-
iy w wrgaa juospital and re
main there for at least 30 days

: or until aiscnareed bv the hos

pital. ;

.. ai 5:30. yesterday mornin.
Mrs. Strickland wag heard yrir yrir-Ing
Ing yrir-Ing and screaming while seated

the courthouse. Judge John E
Demlng was told. y
.Mrs. Strickland was erom erom-panled
panled erom-panled to the cjurt by her hus hus-.
. hus-. band and daughter. . ;
A few months jigo, Mrs.
Strickland was fined $10 for in
toxication. ;

Crowd Scene $5
t The fine wa $5 In Balboa
Magistrate's Court yesterday
, for Jorg- Basilio Vaca. 27, Pan Pan-amanisji,
amanisji, Pan-amanisji, who was convicted cf

nnvirip a station wagon on Bal
Doa xtoac
prTDgers
riding ia the front.
V
seat.

PRR Passenger .

Parents

t j
Find
Did It
r Paul was struck on the temple
i as the tram passed the Army
crossing at Paraiso at about 12
55 p.m.
He was taken from the train
at Gamboa. treated bv a nhvsi-
cian there, and released. He was
not badly hurt.
Police recovered the rock
hwich they believed to be the
one which hit the seaman.
With the aid of Paraiso re residents,
sidents, residents, II boys 13 years of
age and under, who were be believe
lieve believe to have been involved
in Crocking", the train, were
. taken into police custody.
Capt. B. A. Darden. Balboa
station commander,' said today
mas residents or Paraiso assist
ed in Identifying the culprits.
Their attitude, he added,
wag such as you would expect
responsible elements Of a com community
munity community to take when an act
such as this had been com commute.
mute. commute.
Darden added that the at attitude
titude attitude of the Barents also wan
ona of cooperating with the po police
lice police to take Corrective unt.tnn tn
Prevent this type of Incident.-
inis is tne- second time with within
in within the cast few vr
Panama, aUroa nact0ger
ja .iuv wy rocs, f J
r ..'' I tl 1,1 l II 3t
. frying ao: Get
yCkan Away?
rtA. young; Panama city resi resident
dent resident who. received a suspended
sentence -last month .for bur burglarizing
glarizing burglarizing tbff' Curundu Laundry
was back in the tolls of the law
again today.
The charge against him in
Balboa Magistrate's Court was
thei fiame: burglary at the same
laundry.
Gregorlo Aguilar, 20, Pana Panamanian,'
manian,' Panamanian,' was bound over for
trial in U.S. District Court.
- Bail of $500 fixed tn, him
npt paid.
-Burglaries have been so nu nu-msrous
msrous nu-msrous In the laundry vicinity
that the Army has been putting
out special guards.
j" was caught Inside the
vhe evidence included a laun-
rfu evidence lnchided a laun laundry,
dry, laundry, bag and quit a mountain
of military clothing-and under"
wear. ;s .,
- When caugt he was also In
posessioneof a wooden rack in
and several bottles of marking
ink belonging to the laundrv.

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GOV. W. E. POTTER and Lt. Gov. H. W. Schull admire the awards given' to the winning
company commander, platoon leader and squad leader after the Canal zone ROTC Field
Night held recently In Balboa Stadium West point Sabres were presented to' the "company
commander and platoon leader by the 4th Degree. Knights of Columbus and the Scottish

Cadet Capt. Sprf Potter, company sponsor, Cadet Capt Bill
Totter and Schull. (Phot by VS. Army Sicnai Can. Pfe,

I

THE; PULSE
OF PANAMA
PRESIDENT Ernesto de la
Guardia, presently on a work work-Injsvacation
Injsvacation work-Injsvacation In Chiriqul, an an-nouned
nouned an-nouned plana for the con construction
struction construction of low-cost homes
aimed at solving: the shanty
town problem.
' i'
The announcement was made
aurine a press conference held
yesterday with Chiriqul news newsmen,
men, newsmen, and the representatives of
Panama City dailies who are
accompanying the president.
Mr. de la Guardia said the
houses will -- cost about $2000
each and will be built at Juan
Diaz in an area where the gov government
ernment government had considered install installing
ing installing an aqueduct.
. Once the first house is buttt
construction will continue at
the. rate of one new house ev every
ery every three days, the President
said. '
? The aqueduclk plan apparent
ly nas oeen aDanaoned as a re result
sult result of the Canal Zone offer to
supply Panama with water on
the basis of a long-term v con
tract.
An extensive brief on the
Panama Canal, written by for
mer ., President Dr. Harmodio
Arias in English, has been trans translated
lated translated by Prof. Diogenes Arose-
mena and is being readied for
publication, possibly by the end
of the week.
The publication, beine printed
by Editora Panama America,
contains an analysis of the legal
aspects of the Panama Canal
and a comparison between the
Panama and the Suez canals.
A bill presented to the Pana
ma Municipal Couhcil last night
by Mayor Jose Cajar Escala
would give property owners In
and around Panama City three
months to build or repair side
walks at the f font of their prop
erties. i r- .. ';-.
Accorainr to tne bu prop property
erty property owners would; J be, under
oblligation to always keep the
wwm in; irow Mweir
properwe, ,n gooa P.,
.rl-.i,... v,.-
ine name wi acuve auu-vom-
munlst leader.Prof. Jose Agus-
tin Arango has been mentioned
by the tabloid La Hora as a pos-
SSrePrS??oh
granted leave to accept the po position
sition position of secretary general of an
international highway Confer Conference
ence Conference which will be held here in
AUgUSt. .: :" l. :.,&(.
El Dia reported today that the
government is considering
the
expropriation of lands ,ln
suburbs of Panama City to in-
stall water supply tanks as a
temporary solution to. the sub
urban water shortage.
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2,000 Ton Ships
Can Now XIse
Suez Canal
v -.i. ", v -:-;
PORT SUEZ, Egypt, March
20 (UP) The Egyptian Suei
Canal authority announced
today that the 101-mile water-,
way is now open to 2,000-ton
ships.
' Only yesterday the 'Canal
was opened to 1,000 ton ships.

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GOT HER GATOR The alligator sklndiver Arlene Abbott is holding is only three feet
long,' but she spear-shot him herself in eight feet of water in the Bayano River. Arlene
"bagged the raw materials 'for a belt or wallet near the town of El Llano one of the vil villages
lages villages on the. proposed toute of the Pan American Highway through the Darien. The spear
entered the gaitor's skin at the -shoulder.

German Power
s US
Tnvr)f)Nr March 20 (UP) A'
j.,," atomic design jumped
ta an earl v lead today -in a
- "-...t.t. B;ri fnr ,nr,mipv
f -1 Agfc SweP
lTSf Lh entrv to the race is
?J,S "Jaffie nuclear elec-
eking more advanced
sing enriched uranium.
A ?West German power compa compa-y,
y, compa-y, the Rhine-Westphalia Electri Electri-ty
ty Electri-ty Works, yesterday chose to
buv American" by using, an en-
:hed uranium boiling-water rype
nin. in I .nr manv
lirst nuciear
' J,wer ,lant"
Rhine Westphalia chose a Brit-.
t h contractor,; Mitchell Engineer-
t Ltd., to build the plant.
! Power companies, businesses,
-overnments and atomic' spient-
f s have argued the merits of the
a nerican and British choices ev-
since the 1955 Atoms-for-Peace
onference in Geneva.
Britain chose natural uranium
t st!y because it lacks facilities
r largo scale production of enrj
. ched uranium. The United States
tr th vast plans for 'diffusion" of
explosive U-28 to make enriched u u-imium.
imium. u-imium. decided to develop ad-
Hncd reactors which would "-be
ower coming into use but would
I more modern when ready.
The raca for customers started
I 1955. Japan was believed to
I 'e been the first major poten
11 customer. .--'.
Dolan. company COTunander
T. Richer j""""'

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Macmillan Confident Talks With Ike
Will Help Cement Anglo-American Ties

7 ;' v
mttch:xlMr,- BAshft&ie
talks with President Eisenhower
here "will be valuable in. helnine
to build up the strong tradition ot
iree worm depends, J :
Macmillan arrivecf bv hi a n e
from London this morning, Mr.
cisennower was due at 4 p.m.,
"I crtatly look forward to
opportunity pf mttiftj the Prtt Prtt-idant
idant Prtt-idant of the United State with
whom 1 hive worked and whet
friendship I. have had for many
ytart," acmillan said. "W
hava a great dial to get don in
a fw days." :', :
JUacmillaiKreached this British

British Writer Bitter About US
Priority Over Britain In Bermuda

LONDON, March 20 (UP)- The
Socialist Daily Mirror today ask
ed in a bitter headline whether
Bermuda belonged to Britain or
the United States. r
"Whose island."' Mirror' report
er Ralph Champion asked in a dis
patch from Bermuda. 1 a
"If fs difficult t bliv that
Bermuda whr th Macmillan.
Sirtnhowar talks bagin tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow is a British eilony although
It has bn so for mar than 270
yars" h said.
"Americans pour into .Bermuda
without having to undergo a pass passport
port passport inspection, y ; i ; .-t
"When I arrived yesterday in a'
press plane from Washington, on only
ly only British correspondents were
ordered to one side for inspection
of documents. Those from Amen
ca were not questioned.
An immierauon inspector ex-.
olained that the United States had
asked tnem to cneca speciauy on
Rritich vicUati. .
Even accommodation at tne
British Hotel where I am stay
ing was allocated by, the White
House.. .
"Whan Eifthwr arrives by
saa, h will first mspet a guard
of haaor frm th U.S. Mar-
PlerThefts He
$25 Fines For Two
Two petty thieves were fined
$25 each in Balboa Magistrate's
Court today for the theft of
small food items.
Dudley Bernett, 41, Panama Panamanian,'
nian,' Panamanian,' was convicted of stealing
a can of tomato Juice valued at
lS cents. It was in the custody
of the Canal's Terminals Divi Division.
sion. Division.
Roberto Sealey Davidson. Jl.(
Panamanian, stole four bottles
of beer belonging to th Navy
but in the custody of the Ter Terminals
minals Terminals Division. The beer was
valued at SO cents.
Th thefts took clac on the
pier. -...,

plane from Ixndort'..byi way of
6anderr Newfoundland, '. ?

t-wei, wnayi weamer wnicn had
covered this "semi tropical vaca
tion region for the past few days

e.d-cletrwnif fine e?,y thijj313, and fill out an application

morning, with cloudless skies and
balmy temperatures
The poor weather earlier had
threatened to wash out elaborate
welcoming ceremonies planned
for Macmillan's arrival. It led
British Colonial Secretary J. W.
Sykes to make alternate plans for
receiving Macmillan and Mr. Ei
senhower on their arrival here for
talks aimed at firming up the
strained Anglo American
Alii.
ance.
in. Than h will pats along th
Una to British guard of honor.
"When Mr. Macmillan and For
eign Minister Selwyn Lloyd arrive
oy air tomorrow, they will and
on an American ainieia.
"This is Kindlev Air Force Base
leased to the United States for
89 years from 1941."
Theft Of Paint
Brings Teenager
20 Days In Jail
Theft of a raiion of wrhlte
paint and two gallons of thin-j
ner sent a Panamanian teen
ager to Jail for 20 days today.
Nemesio Milton, 17, was con convicted
victed convicted of having stolen the paint
and thinner from Homero de la
Pax Espinosa of La Boca.
The
$7.10.
material was valued at
73 $1-Hourly
Local 900 sent off to 4h U.S.
uepartment of Labor today 73
claims filed by Geneva. S.A em employes
ployes employes for additional wages alleg allegedly
edly allegedly du them under ih Fair La-
nor Standards Act.
' Other claims will go out as they
are received and processed, Wil Wil-bam
bam Wil-bam H. Sinclair, international re representative
presentative representative of the American Fed Fed-era
era Fed-era t ion of State, County and Muni
cipal wort ers 1 AtX-ClO) said.
Th claims wr fiUd fey nn
wn had frnt M t
71 cwit an hwr t ) l
feeding cra) aboard th Japa Japanese
nese Japanese ship Fukiraan Mar at tal--
Tn )M claim thav tKauU
ka k4 at l.
TH tsJ sailod yatrdy tor
Japan.
Payment to employes for from
on t 100 days work started at
19 a.m. jesterdar and it was

For

Entrance
Rainbow
High School

Graduates of Paraiso High School and Rainbow City
High School will be entitled to take entrance examina examinations
tions examinations for the Canal Zone Junior College April 17, super superintendent
intendent superintendent of schools S. E. Esser announced today.
This is understood to be the first time graduates of
the two local-rate high schools have been given the right
to qualify for admission to Junior Colleae as full-tim

students.
Also entitled to take
graduates of Balboa High

and recognized secondary schools in the Republic of Pan Panama
ama Panama and elsewhere.

Place of residence will

ing the admissibility of non-US citizens to CZJC, but
because of the high pupil-teacher ratios expected this
coming year it will be necessary for the colleae to con

tinue to limit the number of
admitted.
The exact number that
termined later.
Junior College entrance exam,
inatlons for educationally-qual
)f led non-U.S. citizens will be
given in room 304 in the JC
building on Roosevelt Avenue
April 17, i ;
.it will begin at S:30..m.;and
wiuiui 0ous mrne nours. Later-prospective
students will be
interviewed.
Each individual who wishes to
take the examination should
rail af. th meo nftir Bnnm
blank and then have his high
school mail directly to the col col-leg
leg col-leg a transcript of his record
therein. i
In the case of -students who
will still b enrolled in high
school at' the time of the exam
ination, the transcript should
show the subject they are now
taking and the expected date of
graduation.
The psychological examina examination
tion examination will test the ability of the
examinee to do college work:
The examination will be in
the English language. Students
successfully passing the exam examination
ination examination will be Interviewed by
the dean and notif'ed of the
results within one week. The
tuition rate will continue to be
$40 per month.
There will be no charge for
baaing ine examination.
iiie canal zone Junior Col
lege was founded in 1933 and
some seven months later was
examined by representatives of
the American Association of
Junior Colleges who recom recommended
mended recommended that it, be admitted to
membership in that organiza organization.
tion. organization. This recommendation was
approved and the college has
therefore now been a member
of the association for nearly a
quarter of a century.
Since 1941 it has been accred accredited
ited accredited by the Middle States Asso Association
ciation Association of Colleges and Second Secondary
ary Secondary Schools which is the organ organization
ization organization that a.lso accredits Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and Cristobal high schools.
All told' nearly 3000 different
students have been enrolled in
the day classes of the college, of
whom about 700 were graduat graduated.
ed. graduated. In addition some 7000 differ different
ent different students have ieen enrolled
in evening and summer session
classes.
Claims On Way
p.m. before the last man was paid.
. nu m aooui OOIC 01 we UU'
men who worked on the iob call
ed for their checks yesterday.
.Considerable time was consum consumed,
ed, consumed, because whenever a man was
unsatisfied about hi record of
hours "worked, bis foreman was
called in aa the matter straighten straightened
ed straightened out between them.
The biggest check was $155,50;'
the smallest (4.80.
During the hot afternoon, John
V. Carter, coordinator of t a e
crap job and the chief owner f
Geneva. S A., called in pushcart
men and bought "refrescoa for
the waiting lis of mea. Th ice
cream bill cam to' $26.
At a mooting rH AUanH
aid last night, member of mo
boar1 f dirtT mt Lot a I, tM
mf07 vatad fa aaQ a

Exam Open To
City, Paraiso

Graduates
i
the entrance examinations art
School Crist6bal Hiah School
not be a factor In de term in.
non-US citizens who may be
can be admitted will he Am.
i
Nearly one-third of all the
day students, including abons
half of the graduates, have
continued their education in
colleges and universities ln lht
United States. A few hav.al.
, Mo -transferred to tntrerattresr"
1 Jn several other countries.
All told, the number of lnsfi.
tutions in the United States to
which students from the local
Junior College have transferred
number about 150 and include
ones located ln 47 states, the
District ot Columbia, and Puer Puerto
to Puerto Rico.
Amone them are most of th
state universities and man
well-known private institution
such as Harvard, Yale, Dart-
mourn, Stanford, William and
Mary, Vanderbllt, Tulane, Mas Massachusetts
sachusetts Massachusetts institute of Techno Technology,
logy, Technology, California Institute of
Technology, Carnegie Tech,
George Washington, Geo rge rge-town,
town, rge-town, Washington University
(St. Louis), University of Chica Chicago,
go, Chicago, Radcliffe, Smith, Mount Hoi Hoi-yoke,
yoke, Hoi-yoke, and Wellesley.
v
A large number have been
graduated from these and other
institutions, 'of whom some have
earned advanced and profession
al degrees.
- i
Included among; them are
bout 25 who have earned doc doctors'
tors' doctors' degrees of various kinds.
The
Judge's Bench
Prudenclo Teodoro Villaru.
27, Panamanian, paid a $5 fine
in Balboa Magistrate's Court to today
day today for a parking violation, -a
Hermnan Rosette, 18, Pana
manian, was fined $10 for driv
ing a dump truck on the wronf
side of the road.
Pedro pablo Boza. 36. Costs.
Rican, was fined $5 for having;
no windshield sucker.
Paul Ferdinand, Jr., 27, Pana- :
manian, was fined $5 for va vagrancy.
grancy. vagrancy. He was found under
Quarters 1069 in La Boca;
to Washington
wilh the ntrcting firms
ma vanai wrncn nw wu-it-
thinks may ukict U th min minimum
imum minimum wag prvisins f -1 h
Fair Labor SUndard Act under
th Department af Labor' rw
Cnt ruling.
Sinclair' said th meeting will
be called or the purpose of estab establishing
lishing establishing friendly relations between
the contractors and the u n i
which seeks to represent their em employes.
ployes. employes. 1
The union has beea given permis permission
sion permission en the Canal Zoa to rganiz
contractors people, and ft is set setting
ting setting up separate chapters for the;
workers,
The board also voted last
t ask Jose Castillo, who will 1
go t Washington to testify cn I -bor
matters stemming from t
Panama-US 1955 treaty, 14 17 ;
far Lmi aoe alsew



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: The Mall loa li in open forum (or reaeers of The ammo American,
letters ore received aratafully and are handled i a wholly confiaantial

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Ml day. Letters ara published in tho order racaivad.
Please try to koop the lattara limltad to ono oaf e length.
Ideality of latter writers la hold in strictest confieance.
This Mwapapar luumn no; roaponiibllity for statements or oainieM
expressed in lattara from readers.
THE MAU BOX

PANAMA MAIL
Blr:
I'm sure this won't help remedy a fouled-up situation, but
at least I'll get it off my chest.
I would like someone In Panama to find out, if possible, wny
their postal system is so awful. They knew months in advance
that there would be a rush for box office in Jnama after
many people who had been using the Zone postal system IQr
years were kicked out. .
Yet absolutely no provisions, as far as can be noticed, were
made to take care of this extra business. I am told that hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of mail bags lie around for days before the three postal
clerks begin to sort it. I have been getting letters from the
States which take seven to 10 days to reach me, airmail mat
is: So far two magazines which I receive regularly have failed
to be delivered for the last two months.
- You people published a telephone number to call to make
complaints about the Panama malls, and I have tried to reach
th person listed three different times. He is never in.
i Perhaps if enough protests are received something will be
kme to remedy this unbearable situation. I sincerely hope so.
. Waiting For The Mailbsg

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' Liquor is not on the Panama government's control list
brit the price some of it has gone up.l
A pleasant brand of scotch for which I've been paying $3.80
in! a grocery-bodega, now costs $3.75. That's an increase of
even percent.
J Good Chileno table wine for which I've been paying 80 cents
tot the past five years or so went to 90 cents some weeks ago -4
eight percent rise.
i To be sure, It won't undernourish me to pay a quarter more
for the scotch and a dime more for the wine.
But these are firm illustrations of the creeping price rise
going on in Panama.
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, it seems impossible for anyone these days to stop advising,
counselling and watching their fellow man. Instead of leaving
adMce to professionals such as ministers, doctors, psychiatrists,
ete., the average person will rush in with all kinds of irrespon irrespon-slttle
slttle irrespon-slttle suggestions... unasked. .f
, Does it ever occur to them that they might be merely con con-fusing
fusing con-fusing their victim or worse?
, Some of the young girls who are new brides are sitting tar targets
gets targets for such busybodles. The older women will be quick -to ad ad-vile
vile ad-vile them how to run their homes, and quick to tell them they
are not bringing up their children property. They do not
hesitate to point out a new husband's shortcomings, and insist
that the bride start training him according to their way of
thinking.
! If they would look inward, and make their own lives a liv living
ing living example, thev would be doing good (as many of them no

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When the lights so on again in
Portland's pinoall machines and
the Big Helens, Little Helens and
all the in-betweens hve set up
house again, Portland's Teamsters
will still have among them the
men who took the Senate witness
stand and said they were being
"persecuted because they were
labor leaders.
Mow I'll tell you what I'm coins
to do. I'm going to tell you how
inese upstanding, seif-styied cru crusaders
saders crusaders treat the people who work
for them. What areater measure
ot passionate ethics and morality
can there be than how one treats
(nose who earn their dailv bread
irom dim county?
The men who, squirmed en the
Senate witness stand also can can-trailed,
trailed, can-trailed, in thir spar time, Pert,
land's Teamsters Local 223.
This vnloa ran something celled
the Security Plan its welfare
fund. To de this theft of eeurse,
had t have an office staff.
Somewhere the workine suvs
and girls in that office got t h e
txouc idea that thev ahnum
join a union anu oargain with
their employer the Teamsters U U-nion
nion U-nion itself. That did it.
Those Local 223 lovers of the
proletariat then established a rec
ord, xnev turned out to be the on
ly employers in 20 years of Na National
tional National Labor Relations Board his
tory wno violated everv one of
the Federal unfair labor practic practices.
es. practices. These Teamsters offieiali triH
first to smash their office work workers'
ers' workers' union, althouah the clerical
people were legitimately signed up
by a sister AFL union, the Office
employes- international Union,
headed by Howard Coughlin.
The Teemsters were the only
employers in history who disri
minoteel egainst their workers,
oven before their workers test),
fied in protsOBt at the National
Labor Relations Board.
The Teamsters tried tn huliv
their own Help into violating la-
oor s own code. This the Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters did by firing one woman
who refused to pass a picket line
which the Office Employes Union
threw up before the Teamsters'
building.
The Teamsters then tried to
force the office staff to join the
Teamsters' Local 223 itself, which
would have meant the creation of
a company union a most despis despised
ed despised thing in labor's hate list.
Failing in this, the Ta maters
Union then fired four of its
.workers for ioining a legitimate
Wen. And Local 223 refused to
bargain with the Office fm fm-ployes'
ployes' fm-ployes' International, although
this white collar organisation of
the AFL had signed up a ma
lority of the staff. This is a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the law. And Hall hath no
fury like a union anywhere else
whoso workers are fired by an
employer for ioining up.
Of course, the Office Emnlnv'
International took the case to (he
auonai Labor Relations Board,
which prepared to call witnesses
in the dispute. The Teamsters'
then violated a Federal law which
says that no employer shall seek
to influence the testimony of a
witness who is going to appear
before the NLRB PP
lira.
nno triea to influence who? A
ieuow oy me name of John J.
sweeney, international Rennupn.
tative of the Teamsters Brother-
nooo, wno has since died. The late
Mr. Sweeney told a prospective
witness either to falsify her testi
mony or "take a trip."
And who was Mr. Sweeney in
addition to representing Dave
Beck's office in that northwest
corner oi the land?
I really know little about these
things, so 111 quote Bob Kenne Kennedy,
dy, Kennedy, chief counsel to tho Senate's
select racketvsting cmmittoe
whe summarised one of the
hearings last week this wsy:
". .(two thugs) with the help
of union officials attempted to or organize
ganize organize the vice of the city. They
tried prostitution. They tried
punchboards with the returns to
go to Brewster and Sweeney. They
were to have exclusive Jurisdic Jurisdiction
tion Jurisdiction over punch-boards. . ."
Earlier a witness identified John
J. Sweeney as one of the Team,
ster officials who dispatched two
Seattle gamblers to organize rac rackets
kets rackets and vice in Portland.
The case of the union workers
who tried to organize a a a i e n
isn't yet resolved. The Supreme
Court will rule on whether or not
those who work for a union have
the right to organize into unions.
It's on this months calendar. But
whatever the technical decion
may be. there is always the high
court of public opinion.
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THI BROADWAY CROWD
M. Todd's "Around the World in
SO Dsys" (in S weeks) has grossed
over ono million m about ten wes
ters around the country. Not in including
cluding including the Broadway run at the
Rivoli. No other picture enjoys
such prosperity ... Fritz Loewe,
composer of "My Fsir Lady" and
"Bngadoon," made a fortune from
each hit. He reportedly told inti intimates
mates intimates he squandered it all.. .Sam .Sammy
my .Sammy Davis, Jr. hopes to settle his
tax debt with Uncle Sam by mid-
58. The sum involved is $80,000...
The NBC high command will try
to end contracts of many stars
and "others who cannot attract
sponsors. Still on the payroll at tall
wages are Martha Raye, J. Duran
te and M. Berle .. Playwright Da Da-shiell
shiell Da-shiell Hsmmett, who clashed with
the Gov't and wrecked his career,
is ill at his upstate home ..."Man ..."Mangos,"
gos," ..."Mangos," the newest Calypso hit (via
Rosemary Clooney's platter), was
written by Dee Libbey. She's a
looker with many classical music
degrees. Her first attempt at pop
music ... Easy Money: The vacxers
of "Tunnel of Love" got half their
investment back in the hit's first
dozen dsys ... If the Army doesn't
get him first, 20th Century-Fox will
marry Elvis to Jayne in a picture
with a ticket-selling title: "Love
Maniac."
Power of Publicity: Kay Kendall,
a relatively unknown actress until
lined with Rex Harrison (and
the Sinatra incident), now has her
name in type twice the title of her
turn. "Simon and Laura" ... Bar
bara Rusn is getting a big one from
E. Pauley, Jr. Despite 20th Century-Fox
exec Frank McCarthy's
handsome interference ...The Babs
Beckwith Peter Crosby romance
has a Lohengrin look about it. The
Romeo Saita s crowd are "sure'
of it... Millie Vernon, the lark, o
pens at the Red Carpet next Sunday)
nigni. ane is tooacco neir jl. ioru ioru-lard's
lard's ioru-lard's protegee whii ... Guy Mit
chell, who subbed for Godfrey, was
a Godfrey winner ten years ago...
Lisa Kirk has bids from the Lon London
don London Palladium and the Cafe de Pa
ris in Paree ... Pat Boone is clos
ing in on Presley. He's had 11 big
hit records in 2 1-2 years. Nine
went over a million. Passed Co-
mo, Fisher and Lainc.
The Earl of Coventry, a hand
some fellow, and his American
heiress bride are neck turners at
El Morocco these nights. She's the
former Miral Medart of St. Louis.
Before their wedding in 1955
Mini made headlines whej;
her mater (alarmed at her rendez
vous with sung Farouk) ordered
her home ... Mother was actress
Blossom Donal, who appeared in
Westerns with Buck Jones ...Joan
ne Connelly's crutch (during her
ex Husband's slander trial in Lon
don) was Mrs. James Farley, Jr.,
the ex Pat Dillon, who flew over
to comfort her Artie Shaw con
firmed the colynm's long-ago tip
that Evelyn Keyes would be his 8th
wife. European columns insisted
the gal would be Janice Werbley,
one of London's top models. -The
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Witt De-Witt will blend with Ann Lorraine.
She's the Chas. Spivak band's vc vc-callure.
callure. vc-callure. Winthrop Rockefeller did the ca
fe circuit sporting a ten-gallon hat
plus Presley sideburns. His get-up
on his Arkansas retreat ... orace
Kelly and family, expect to cele
brate their 1st Ann y in pniuy.
Bono Hampton keeps saymg.no
one is Very Special in her heart,
but Michael Stuart apeared to be
when the Monsignore violins did
their spellbinding . Johnnie Kay
staged a "show" on the plane that
brought him back from the West
Indies which rocked passengers
and crew ... Mario Trombone, pub publicist,
licist, publicist, has it real bad for pert San Sandra
dra Sandra Church of "Holiday Fir Lov
ers." They had that glazed look at
the new Chevy Chase the other after-curtain
time i..1 'Broadway in a
Barn," the new book about' sum
mer stocks getting happy re response
sponse response from reviewers ... Swiss
beauty Anna Duringer, who stars
in 20th'a "Frauiein," is rated an another
other another Dietrich."
"Champ" Rocky Marciano is
one of me tew ring greats wno
wisely invested his coin. His latest
L Florida realty (near Clearwater
Beach) where he will build a manse
... The upcoming picture, ".nd as
Man." If one of the major scenes
sets by the censors wince in "View
From a Bridge" with Van Heflin...
IIY Telegram Sun
Raises Price
To Ten Cenls
NEW YORK, March 20 (UP)
The New York World Telegram
and Sun will raise its newsstand
price to 10 cents a copy, the news newspaper
paper newspaper announced today.
In a front page announcement
the Scripps-Howard newspaper
said:
"Beginning tomorrow the news newsstand
stand newsstand price of the World-Telegram
and Sun will be 10 cents per copyi
this newspaper's first increase in
the past IS years.
"Since 1944, the overall cost of
producing the World Telegram
and Sun nas more than doubled.
"Major contributing factors to
this great rise in operating tx-
pense have been the steady in
creases In labor costs and the
price of newsprint. Costs for both
today are more than twice what
they were 13 years sgo. v
"These are the reasons for the
increase a step necessary to
keep the World-Telegram and Son
at its best and to provide for its
continued improvement in quality
and service."

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Bea Lillie and Billy DeWolfe's
"gossip" about crowd. Many of the
gals in the line could have made
The Great Glorifier's shows... Lil Lillian
lian Lillian Harvey, one time German
film star, and husband Val Larson
have parted. After a 2 year mar marriage.
riage. marriage. Members of "The Anniversary
Waltz" troupe (on the west coast)
report that Marjorie Lord, the star,
will prob'ly marry Randolph Hall,
who produced it there .j.Beth Gue-
dei, former wile ot the uroucno
Marx producer, is expected to be become
come become the bride of Dr. Lucils Lind Lind-ley,
ley, Lind-ley, Beverly Hills, baby specialist...
Giselle MacKenzie, the nightingale
is a smart one. Announced her re resignation
signation resignation from "The Hit Parade"
before' the entire troupe was drop dropped
ped dropped ... More than on attraction in
Vegas, they say, is "held over"
mainly to settle gambling debts.
One star has been there almost 4
years ... Don Rudolph, rookie
pitcher for the Chicago White Sox,
has his Waggin ... Diana Barry Barry-more
more Barry-more is reported richer by $250,000
Via paper book, magazine and mV
vle rights to her autobiography,
"Too Much Too Soon" ... It wUl
be published next month. The fami-
i i . i .
iy n unnappy bdoui me text.
Washington lawyer Marvin Brav-
erman, long linked to Margaret
Truman as her favorite escort, is
now Carmel Eban's. Her brother
is the Israeli Ambassador ... Bar
bara Hunt, the Latin Quarter tye-
iiu, aiarreu id ine noxy ice ano
last year. Her heart belongs to A
Ruddy, a N.J. builder . After 5

years of legal maneuveripgs, theiCause, so he will be transferred

Egyptian High Court ruled that
Harry Winston should be paid a
million S for the famed Jonkers
Diamond. Farouk bought it but
Nasser confiscated it. When the
court's verdict reached Nasser he
marked it 'Decision Reversed.' Mr.
Winston is -out a million and no ap
peal ... The 44-year-old Houston
(Texas) Symphony got its first re recording
cording recording contract from Capitol. Af After
ter After two years of Leopold Stokow-
ski's baton ... Lily Dache, the word-1
famed hat designer, is shelving the
millinery business. She will devote
herself to running Lucien Lelong
(perfumes) and other cosmetic
firms.
Jim Barton arrives next week in
"The Sin of Pat Muldoon." He is
kon stage almost throughout ex
cept for 8 minutes ... Dolores tete-a-tetes
with her at Marino's ...Vic
tor Borge, probably the richest en
tertainer of them all, dwells oa
Poverty Lane ... Happiest gal in
town is Bonnie AMen. Just signed
to thrush for Roulette Records
Monique Van- Vooren's name is
featured in the ads of Dean Mar Martin's
tin's Martin's film, '10,000 Bedrooms.' She's
seen only nine seconds, introduc
ing tt ... Every time a Tarzan film
is made the Edgar Rice Burroughs
estate gets 1125,000 ... Love song
writer Matt Dennis and his wife
Virginia reconciled. ..Former "Mist
America Lee Ana Meriwether and
H'wood actor Nick Adams are the
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WASHINGTON The Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower administration has been Inves Investigating
tigating Investigating Harry Truman's brother,
Vivian, and it has made the ex ex-President
President ex-President of the United States see
red. He cussed out the investiga
tor to his face in language ffa pur purple
ple purple it can't be printed here. The
mildest name Mr. Truman called
the agent from Washington;, wss
anthead."
Behind the investigation was an
old Missouri feud waged by ex-
Coneressman Jeff Hiueison oi
Kansas City against theex-Fres,
ident, the ex-President's; kin, and
anyone associated wiin ine name
of Truman. "
Hillelson is a Republican who
was elected to congress in me
1952 GOP landslide on the plea
that he was a poor but honest gro
eery clerk tnougn actually ne
was-married to the Goetz brew-
ino fnrfnnp. .
After serving an unspectacular
one term in Congress during which
he distinguished mm sen cmeuy oy
taking a iunket to western Europe,
he was retired by the voters, and
ainr than has been looking for
Forlornl loh vi
Particularly he has had his eye
on the job held by June uouoway,
lifelong friend of Truman, as Kan
sas City manager of the General
Services Administration.
Hillelson has now won nis Bat
tle anrt Hollowav is being trans
ferred ,to Seattle, However, it toox
mm a long time, yius u minu-
. '1 . I iH.t.fltl
gation of Truman's brother to win.
HARRY TRUMAN IXPLODIS
Throughout his Congressional
term.' Hillelson keot un a steady
bombardment against Hollpway.
A a fast as one- charse was lnves
Heated and disproved, Hillelson
uimilrl firm another.
After several investigations had
failed, he called on tnen-u&A ad administrator
ministrator administrator Ed Mansure and in
sisted: "There must be some skw-
dnoffArv in that recion."
To placate him, Mansure let Hil Hillelson
lelson Hillelson search the government files
himself for political dirt The Con-01-Assmaii
nicked out 30 cases that
looked suspicious to mm, juuuu juuuu-ing
ing juuuu-ing one that involved Vivian Tru Truman
man Truman in alleged influence peddling,
. . i i i
Each ease was inorougmy m
vestigated by the Eisehower ad ad-uti0atwt
uti0atwt ad-uti0atwt hv the Eisenhower ad'
ministration, which, sent a special
investigator to Kansas City to run
oowu every pussiuw icu.
the investigator questioned Vivian
Truman, Harry hit the rooi.
Ua anmmonerl the agent to his
Kansas City office. Out of respect
for the ex-President, tne man
showed up and ws greeted at we
door with s verbal blast in me
firv Truman tradition. The ex-
pletiveaJHevLja fast bat- the Un-
In the end, tne ejiigoun
proved to bo false. Both Juno
Holloway and Vivian Truman
wore completely cleared. Hollo Hollo-way
way Hollo-way was Mpt the !' nd
Hillolson was defeated for re re-election.
election. re-election. MariKure auxnected that Hillel-
ann had antir-ioated his defeat and
that all he really wanted was noi
lnwav'a iob.
However, Mansure, wno iouow iouow-ed
ed iouow-ed the merit system in protecting
nuWic servants, has now been re-
nini-ed hv Franklin Floete who a
greed in advance to hire -all the
ioyai Republicans he could find
room for in the big, sprawling Gen-
r 2rai services Administration,
is a civil service employe. Hoi
ioway couldn't be fired without
vv from hia home. Kansas Citv.
to Seattle, in the hope that he will
quit. This will leave the Kansas
lty job open iinaiiy to uweison.
WASHINGTON PIPELINI
AFL-CIO boss George Mesny
has promised Senators thst he will
expel the Teamsters from the na national
tional national labor organization if the evi

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it. He has already-taken steps to
suspend three small unions, he
said, and he intends to treat big
and little unions alike.-.Some Sen Senators
ators Senators fear that the attack on team
sters' chief Dave Beck will 'pave
the way for No. 2 man, Jimmy
Hoffa, to take over the union...
Arkansas' stern Sen. John McClel-,
lan, who is running the labor rack racketeering
eteering racketeering investigation, was, invited
to the opening of the plush, $15,000,
000 Sheraton Hotel in Philadelphia.
By the time he arrived, the hotel
was jammed full. The Sheraton
management offered to put Mc-
Clellan up in another hotel,' but

he walked out in a huff and caught
the next train back to Washing-,
ton. The Sheraton paid the travel
expenses of all guests invited to
the opening except members of
Congress. The management didn't
want to be accused of ."bribing"
Congress. .Stripper Gypsy Rose
Lee brought her favorite cat and
its three kittens to the Sheraton
opening. She left early because tho
cat had a sick spell. .Secretary
of State Dulles seems to have re recovered
covered recovered from his operation, but
his wife has been slipping off for
unannounced visits to the Army's
Walter Reed Hospital.
POWER OF CHAIRMAN
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The power of the Congressman
who presides over a Congressional
hearing is one not altogether ap appreciated
preciated appreciated by the public. The oth other
er other day, Democratic Congressmen
threw a breakfast in honor of their
colleague, Ohio's veteran Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Mike Kirwan. The day
before the breakfast; Kirwan ran
into California's Congressman
James Roosevelt alighting from a
taxi. The Mowing, private, eon
versation took place:
Kirwan: "You're coming to the
breakfast tomorrow morning,
aren't you, Jimmy?"
Roosevelt: "I would love to
come, but I've made another ap ap-pointement
pointement ap-pointement for tomorrow morning
so I won't be able to make it."
Kirwan: "You are testifying be

fore my committee next week on
tho water project you re interest interested
ed interested in, isn't that rlght7" ,.
Roosevelt: "Yes?. t
Kirwan: "You're coming to my
breakfast in the morning, aren't
you?"
Roosevelt: "Oh, yes.
there."
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interest, of an occasional adviser
in Washington,", .says Dugger, ;r.
"tho i Texas government has be-.
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straw-in-the-wind: Harold Stassen.
ex-president of the UniversityVof
Pennsylvania, ex Governor of Min Min-nesota,
nesota, Min-nesota, pumping hands at the re recent
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till 3:00)

LONDON, March 20 (BIS) -The
electrifying drama of a na-"
tional revolution in;Hungar y,
largely : produced by effervescent
discontent among" students' and
finding virtually the entire student
body In the1 .first vranks of those
taking 'arms against .-the a v e r r-whelming
whelming r-whelming Soviet forces -of 'repres 'repression,
sion, 'repression, has shaken the student world
tc its: roots. ,'x''y''!'-'.:c-i :

.!; '; Th implications' of tt Hunfta
rian ruggl for tK Commonii Commonii-tijb.
tijb. Commonii-tijb. International Union of Stu

dents, already reduced "to tiny
. knot of supporter outside the I I-Yon
Yon I-Yon Curtain, art profound, and
seem Jikely.lo; sound the death
knell for 'this group at an effec effective
tive effective agency. .:,;
On the other hand,' the Interna International
tional International Student Conference; which
now groups' 58 countries' from all

parts of the world outside the; So-n

viet. bloc, seems onr the verge of a a-chieving
chieving a-chieving world-wide recognition as
the only; possible -organ in inter international
national international student cooperation capa capable
ble capable of serving on a universal- and
non-partisan scale. T:

with a declaration violently at

tacking the' military intervention

in Egypt, a statement notuig that
there had been "difficult days" in
Hungary,: and indicating that the

I. U.S. was contacting its member
organization in that country to as

certain; if there was any material

assisiance necessary, ; ff
OPPOSITI VIIWS
:y Ql 1 1 ND E P E ND E NCS

' DISILLUSIONMINT
The traumatic shock of Hunga Hungary
ry Hungary has greatly accelerated a pro process
cess process of evolution which has : been
taking place .since 1950. In August
of that year, an I.U.S, Congress
marked the high-water 'mark of
arrogant and undisguised oartisan

ship of this organiz'aiton. The

guest of honor was-a -North Ko Korean
rean Korean lieutenant-colone), and Unit

ed Nations action in Korea was
denounced ; as rank" aggression.
Disciplined: demonstrators took up
a large part of tke Congress time
marching about the 'hall chanting
"Stalin! Stalin! and similar ex

pressions a la mode at that epoch.
Shocked and' disillusioned at the

perversion of-a union formed by
students from all ; parts of the

world amidst the wave of ideal

ism immediately after, World War

II into a student section of the

Cominform, 21 National Unions of
Students from Western Europe
and North America 'gathered in

S -anNew

5:35 What's Your Favor! t Djcember, 1950, at Stockholm, to

"V think he's 'thfc createst ? cuv

in the worldl.',h8!ridsome Pat told

me beween r scenes at -"Berhar--
dine,,' h'fs" first' "starringitfovi.
"I ttpt waiting for signs 'of a
blojs up and temperament.' But
utwir happened. We were prac practically
tically practically on a son-dad basis, I think
Godfrey" must have had; lust "cause

in fhe4Tas't for firing people and;

blowing nis top." v;
THE DREAM BOAT from Nash

ville paved ihe way for his film
debut with a six-month -'-acting
course at Columbia. Got an '"A.",

"And he'll gel one for this pic

ture, tod,'.v "bis director Henry
Levin .predicts' "yfr- ?w;,.-v

BOONE BOOM Pat Boone,
1 popular singer, is riding a wave
r-ot movie success. He will debut;
'tin "Betnardine," afilm about'
teen-agers.. In -addition be is
also scheduled- ta have hk own
' TVvahowv in tha falL Boon
married with three children,
' has recorded five hit songs.

The brthiy.d erp ly religious

lad's, quiet arrival in j Hollywood

the. Gale Storm telefilms and night nighttime
time nighttime acting at the Pasadena Plv.

house I one for the amazing ener

gy oeparimeni. Jiwo year ago,
following an auto accident, a me medical
dical medical exam revealed she had can

cer. She was operated -on imme

diately and tne "fortunatey acci
dent saved. her life. .;

with hu -wife and three small chil

dren was .quite a contrast' to Elvis
PresHiyrs (,oad niovietown ''debut.
And, ftiJvA ticklish fotr'a Oth Cen-tury-ipssjptes&
agent assigned to
Pat's movle Th f'. Ai nad i 'the
same chore for "EhrtftJiff feels bet better
ter better about' it; though,- sjjice pasting
a movie fan magazine headline
over his desk. It reads: V3t, r
"Scream for Elvis -. Swoon for

Boone. -' '-' ; ". r j
TViirmtn v. tiAmlnai fit tha Vas

A1IV JUMIIU MVU1 111 MIV VVl

comedian in a series category
packs a dramatic Wallop good e e-nough,
nough, e-nough, for a movie plot. Fiyea no nominees
minees nominees the old pro, ack Behny,.
vs. four youngsters Sid Caesar,
Robert Cummings, Ernie Kovacs
and Phil Silvers. Wanna bet Jack
takes 'em? ... Wasn't Mike Wild Wilding
ing Wilding supposed to have had a big
role at Warners until the Marie
MacDonald headlines?,, t -j
FAULT NEWMAN i playing a
Roaring Twenties gangster in
"The Helen: Morgan. Slory," push pushing
ing pushing Ann Blyth around like Jimmy
Cagney manhandled Doris Day in
"Love Me or Leave; Me." "Only
this character grins. Paul, "has
class a;-',.-'.':,''.-''-'-!'

.4?

IT WASNT NOTICED at the

j'time, but Bob Mathias, the two-

ume Olympic cnamp, is s ( 1 1 J
chuckling about how Hollywood

changed his romantic life in "The
T1L f 1 1. t. ' .

ooo raainias .siory. in real me

he .didn't meet his wife; Melba,
who played herself in the film, un

til they were students together at

Stanford university. But in the
movie they meet at Tulare high
school.

But I tan around with -lot of
girls in high school," protested
Bob when he first read the script,
"We know," said the producers.
"But this way it's more dramatic
and we save money by not hir

ing a lot oThigh school girls for

you to chase around with." .

v W

Shirley MacLaine, the wound-up

pixie playing deep drama for the

first time in f 'Hot Speirat Para

mount. U widceyed about it all

Even the mice,' she says, "have

ZaSu Pitts daytime emoting In Ho wear tennis shoes on our set"

V

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6:00 Allen Jackosn Commen-
- tary (WKUL)
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

X REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Hawaii Calls tWRUL)
7:00-Halls Of Ivy
7:30 VOA Report from U.8.
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Musical Theater 'i'i
9:00 You Asked For It (re

quests taken by phont

tm 7:30) p
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Jazz Till Midnight
12.00 Sign Off. .4-,
Tomorrow, Thursday, March 21
A.M.
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
Club (requests taken
by phone till 7:00) -7:30
Morning Salon Concert
8:15 Church In The WHdwood
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:0Or-Nws.
9:15 sacred Heart
9:30 Paris Star Time

10:00 News

10:0' Spins and Needles (re-
quests taken by phone
till-8:30)
11:00 News 1
11:058 pint And Net diet

.(cont'd) s
1U30 MeetThe Entertainer
12:00 Newa
r.M. '.
12:05 Lunch time Melodies
13:30 Sweet And Hot
1:00 News.
1:15 Music Of Manhattan .
1 :30 Sons Of The pioneers
1:45 Spirit Of The Vikings
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Much-B 1 n d i n g-In-The-Marsb
3:00 Hank. Snow And HI

Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show -3:3(
Music For Thursday
4:00 Feature Review

4:30 What's Your Favorite (re.

quests taken by phonr

111I.3.-UU)
6:30 News

5:35 What's Your Favorite

- (cont'd)'

6:00 Allen Jackosn Commen Commen-'
' Commen-' "tarv fWRULi

e:15f-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

v REVIEW (Pabst Been

6:30 Telephone Hour (WRUL)

7:00 Goon snow ?
7:30 VOA Report from D.S
8:00 Elizabethan Theater
8:30 Take It From Here .'.

:uu you Asked Forit tit-

I quests taken by phonr

- uu i:aoi .
10:30 Music From .Hotel El Pan

ama -

10:45 Temple Of Dreams
11:00 Concert Under The Stare

12:00 Sign Off., -".

i TRIPU DOUBLE TROUBLE Ray MUler, of Everett. Wash,

Mommy (Mrs. Ray Miller) will- noon bring home two'batrv
siners the MiHers third aet of twins in 28 months Standing
-L.tW,BS DB ,nf 28 months old. On Miller s Un is
. Tom. IT months old. whore twin. Edith, vi'iwtr ruiting wber
photcgrapher called. Seated, riant is Steve, S.

seek' other means' to promote stu
dent cooperation on an interna

tional scale and in; a strictly- non

partisan maner.

TRULY INTERNATIONAL
Durin the following six years.

the l.S.C. grew and broadened be

yond their modest." expectations

when the first metelng was held,

The Sixth International Student

Conference took place in Perade

riiya Ceylon, last September

iotmd.tu original number ot par

ticipants nearly tripled, and an as

sembly truly international in cha

racter-' v -'.
The most parplaxlnf preblem
confronting Student seeking- t
build international understand understanding
ing understanding by eaoparation' on a world worldwide
wide worldwide scale is the extrame stiver
ity of problems', facing thorn,
and an effective program ef In In-ttrnational
ttrnational In-ttrnational studanr.- cooperation
must strive meai these needs-;
Th success of the; International
Student Cenforence' In devising a
machinery of cooperation and a
program of concrete assistaace
to all these student is attested
by the rapid growth in partcipa partcipa-tioii.
tioii. partcipa-tioii.
"ANTi-COLONIALIST"

j. CAMPAICN

The I.U.S.,' on the, other hand,
has been faced with consistently
dwindling membership; Europe

had long since 'been wriUi

ten off as hopeless., and a vast ef

fort consecrated to 1 an "anti-colonialist"
campaign, In air attempt

to persuade African and Asian
students that only the I.U.S. could
help them. A special Colonialism
Bureau:, was established in
Prague, and a quarterly publica publica-tion,
tion, publica-tion, "Students Against Colonia Colonialism,"
lism," Colonialism," undertaken by the LU.S.
headquarters 'there.
The Fourth 'World -Student Con Congress,
gress, Congress, held .by the I.U.S. in
Prague last Auggust, was primari primarily
ly primarily devoted to the. adoption of in inflammatory
flammatory inflammatory motions upon every
conceivable subject which could
be iised to flog "colonialism."
Then-came the October days in
Hungary; when students rose -up
in protest against the iron rule of
a foreign power.
What was the reaction in I.U.S.

headquarters in JPrague? After
three weeks, they sent, attached,

In fact. the "member organize

tion' .has completely evaporated

the first day. of the? revolution;
one of the leading demands isi the
students was the replacement by
a genuinely representative student
organization 4 of the Communist
Party youth', organization, which,
in their; view, had not served as a
channel -for their- grievances, '. but
had served; as an agency of the
Rakosi government in suppressing

them, w .
, It, seems doubtful If very ma many
ny many student groups in Africa and
Asia can, feel very confident in
the sincerity, of the I.U.S. "sup
pert" In their struggle for.' na national
tional national Independence,-when "na "national
tional "national independence," in t he
yes ef the I.U.S., is a principle
which "only applies in certain
. situations e.g., when it Involve
' the independence ef country
outside the Soviet bloc. -A
second grievous blow to what
remains of the I.U.S. are highly

significant developments .in the
student movement in Poland. In

a special meeting held in: Novem November,
ber, November, the Polish Student Associa Association,
tion, Association, which alone of the Eastern
European .countries has a student
union independentj from- the, youth

organization ot tne uommunii
Party, removed aU "Stalinist" el

ements irom us execuuvo, wu

laid plans for a jnationali student

congress at xnp earnesi,, pvsiue

oDDortunity to reeonsiu-uie ine roi

ish student movement. : .
. Privately.' Polish, student '-lead-

rAcentlv indicated that

they are prepared; to lattend the
International Student v Conference.
If this were to happen, it would
rttmv the last J.U.S. argument

" . ,it S

that only tnrousn jne i.v.o. w
it possible to have relations with
Soviet bloc organizations.
SICOND THOUGHTS
There has recently been a -clear
evolution in student 0 pin t o n,
shocked by the discovery that
what had been passed off as the
organization representing, Hunga Hungarian
rian Hungarian students was, in fact, a hum humbug
bug humbug which represented stncly no no-thina
thina no-thina Thpra, is a erowlng .tenden-

....ua. , -

cy te-yuesyon' We vaiueu
contact with, Communist Party
MMinnd vnnth ooraanlzatiohs in

Eastern Europe, and a conviction

that the international presuge giv given
en given these groups by desUng with
. A. L..M1,I t th

tnem is, in. iach miuw,
real interests of the East JE u r H

pean students.

in tne meannmA mw
tional Student Conference and
its administrative ; egency, ; the
Coordinating Secretariat ef Na National
tional National Unieaa of Students, locat locat-ed
ed locat-ed in Leiden, Netherlands,; are
embarked, upon the most, ambi ambitious
tious ambitious pregram.'ef practical' acti activities
vities activities ever undertaken, adopted
in a free assembly devoid ef

partisan consideration. -
A number of student-1 unions,
particularly in ''Africa and-1 Asia,
have been slow to accept the I.S.
C. as the sole viable iead to
world student cooperation. Have a
band of heroic; Hungarian students

put the A quietuslo ; xaese neu

tlons?

"Come on you'll to Dogpatch"
was the old saying it' the sopho sophomore.
more. sophomore. Sadie Hawkins dance. Dave
Browne was the "southern". M.C.,
Andy Griffith has nothing over.
Dave. They had a lovely- talented
singer by the name of Vena Ben Ben-net.
net. Ben-net. Manue Moses reisned over

the shmoo ball with Ann Haskal,
Trixie, Penna and Sally Eastman
as her court. Of course. Batch B6y B6y-ette
ette B6y-ette as Lil' Abner. The outstand outstanding
ing outstanding decoration at the dance was

a huge shiny silver moon hanelns

from the rafters with fblue a nd

pinK ngnts reflecting on it... It
made a brillant effect on the dance

floor. ;ongrets,' Sophs.

As long. as I'm on the s'ubiect

of dances, don't you. girls forget
about the G.A.A. dance which is
to be held Friday at the Balboa
gym. They're using the circus as
their theme. So come on cals set

yourself a man and come. to the
G.A.A, circus hop. The success of
the dance depends upon, you.

I IC If

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Mr

POSTAL'i METER Morris S.

Holmes shows James E. Harrell,

Balboa postal clerk how to oper operate
ate operate the new, postal meter which
was installed recently in the Bal

boa Post -Office to facilitate the

handling-of parcel post and other

mail.' Interested observers are Ar Arthur1
thur1 Arthur1 Cotton,. Balboa postmaster,
left, andi Robert Herr. administra administra-tive
tive administra-tive aid .in the Postal Division.

The meter, designed especially for
post office use, greatly simplifies
the operation of stamping parcels
and other postal matter. The print--,
ed gummed tape bearing the s
mount of postage necessary for
each parcel or letter, also carries;
the postmark and the date. A lim- T
ilar machine has been installed in
the Cristobal Post Office. 'f

Congrats boys on real Brand

show during field night. I won't

go, into any more detail since the

ia. nas already covered -it, 1 ex except
cept except to say that you came in with

flying colors and made the school

very proud of it s-RQTCU

The NROTC finalist this year
are Owen Sutherland, Jim
Watson, Robert Strumpf, Rich

ard Wright and Lewis Wood., The
deciding factors which determine

who receives the scholarships are

test scores and physical fitness.

If they ere awarded the scholar scholarships
ships scholarships they will receives $1000 to

wards twtion, room and boafd free

and $50 for outside expenses each
year. In return for this they must
serve four years in the, Navy as
ensigns. The, scholastic; records
achieved by all of these -students
are considered and outstanding
credit to BHS. ;

We have, in our spotlight that
blonde bomb, from the sophomore
class, Charles French. C,harlie
certainly excels in the field of
track. He .was born April 2, 1941 in
Colon. He was the freshman class
president and is now vice presi president
dent president of the sophomore class. Since
he was president in his freshman

year he was on the Sadie Haw

kins dance. He has been in the Let Let-term
term Let-term an's Club for two years. In
the way-of sports, which incident incidentally
ally incidentally is his hobby, he lettered in
football his sophomore year and
lettered in baseball for 2 years.

He lettered in track in his first

year and played on varsity bas basketball.
ketball. basketball. Charlie plans to go into
agriculture and study at-Texas A

and M. He wants to play college,
sports if he is good enough to
mske the grade. With his ability
I'm sure he will get the opportuni

ty.

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Ralph Bunche (left) shakes hands with EerDtten

PrestrJent Camel Abdel Nasser as thev meet In Cairo to disease

crisis in the Middle East. Bunche and Nasser reportedly agreed
that Egypt will take over the civil administration of the Oat

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BALBOA WOMAN'S CLUB PLANS GALA CHARITY
CARD PARTY TO BE HELD AT AMADOR OFFICERS' CLUB t
' The Balboa Woman's Club plans to bold, rata card
party, Tuesday April 23 at 7 pjn. at the Ft. Amador Offi Officers'
cers' Officers' Open Mess. Mrs. Helen Adler is chairman of the
There will be refreshments and door prises.
Proceeds from the card party will be used for the club s
aharitable activities. Their principal project is the mainten maintenance
ance maintenance and education of the Maitland twins, a 10-year-old pair,
. whose parents are both Inmates of Palo Seco iwwrtam..
The Balboa Woman's Club have been taking; cafe of these
children from birth.
Tickets for the Card Party can be purchased from any
member of the Club.

Each notice for inclusion in this
column should be submitted in
typo-written form' and mailed oo
the bos number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or delivered
by hand to the office. Notices -of
meeting cannot : bo accepted by
telephone.

I -i- i. ii. Cristobal Stewards
Philips lrvin College Club by Miss Elizabeth council To Meet
M.rrisuk. iMarsh, a nurse on the toco Solo A regular meeting of the Cristo-

Dr and Mrs. Samuels S. Irvin Hospital stalf, introduced the to- ial stewards Council will be held

announce the marriage of their Uc of the evening whicn was nurs- morrow at 7:30 p.m. at the reg
ianvMcr Mtrtha Lee to Lt. Donala ti and literature This is in keeping uiar piace 0f business.

Duahe Phillips, son of Mr. a n d with the Study Group s work for ajj stewards are expected to at-

Mtk Samuel Charles Philips of Me year wnicn wurneu iu ihiu und. There will be discussion on

Glenwood Springs, Colorado. TheJiore about women through liters- J.gislative matters and other mat

wedding took place on St. Pat- tue. ijrs of vita, concern to the orga-

rlck's Day, March 17, at 2 p.m. in Miss Marsn gave a uriei re-tt2aUon." .
the Chapel at Chaumont Air Force sume of the history of nursing and
Base France Pomt out how modern times have Atlantic Music Club
A rofPntinri followed at the Of-'chafed Dotn the attitude of the Meets Tomorrow

flrerV Club ipublic towards the protession ana xhe Atlantic Side Music Club

The bride grew up in the CanalUso the type ot woric required ot w,u hold its regular mo nthly
Znne She Graduated from Balboa r-urses. She then presented the meeting at the home of Mrs. C.

Hich School, and attended the Ca-i quests ot tne evening me co-au-j. Gents, No. 8203-A, 6th Street,

nal Zone Junior College for a Mors oi tne dock aaie was ner Margarita, Canaal Zone, at 7:30

.. a. .l. it-: "An;i i s int. Afiana dp. vore. rien-n m nmAi-AU.

year, ane men weni iu me uin- -------u.,al
versity of North Carolina, from r Grady Skeie and ivelyn Kper Kper-IIu'.u.
IIu'.u. Kper-IIu'.u. i,,,!,-!'. hi. Thev spoke about their book

j and meir experiences in wriung t cal soprano,

Since then she has served with After the meetmg retreshmenns by Schubert, Lullaby by Scott,
the American Red Cross. She was were served by Mrs. Nash, and Beau Soir by Debussy, Romance
stationed in Morocco before being her committee. ij?y Romberg, and Let Me Always

p.m. tomorrow.

Mrs. Burt Watson, popular lo-

will sing four songs

transferred to France.
Lt. Phillips is a jet
the U.S. Air Force.

Mr. And Mrs. Brown
Announce Birth
Of First Son
Mr. and Mrs. Charles

Charles William Jr

March 15, at Gorgas Hospital.
Mr. Brown is the former Mary
Eileen Joyce, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert J. Joyce, Sr., of Ga Ga-vilan
vilan Ga-vilan Area, Balboa.

Sing by Raymond,

nilnt witn Mrs. Jorgenson i ,
puoi wiui vow.n. T rs. Watson's program nromis

A large group of co-workers gath- fs t0 De mott enjoyable and mem mem-ered
ered mem-ered at the Fort Amador Officers' M urged to bring a friend

Open Mess ol Thursday afternoon, u the meeting with them.

to honor Mrs. Samuel J. Jorgeu-:

W. Brown ion t the U.S. Naval Station,
. i Hi- t ii n 'i Ha mine n1 hAnn" lit n l

qj I riUSy i guva, w uvihii "HU

unv lea. i ue guest ui unui was
presented with a pair of figurines
clad in poilera ana montuno dress.
An orchard corsage was also pre presented
sented presented to the honoree.

Lt. And Mrs. Irvin
Announce Birth
Of Son
L. and Mrs. Samuel S. Irvin
Jr. announce the birth of their
child a son, Samuel S. Irvin in
Hendersonville, N.C. I
Mr. Irvin is the former Miss
Norma Lewis, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Dtk, Lewis of Hender Hender-ville.
ville. Hender-ville. S k
Lt. irvin irffthe on ot Dr.. and
Mrs. Samuel .S. Jrvin well known
ex-Zonians Who returned early, this
year for a visit with their daugh daughter
ter daughter Mrs. Betty. Brown of Balboa.

Mrs. U. P. Burchett presided at
the silver tea service which flank flanked
ed flanked one end of the beautifully ar arranged
ranged arranged tea table. Tropical flowers
made up the center piece.
Mrs. Jorgenson plans to resign
her position with the Fifteenth Na Naval
val Naval District. Fort Amador, and to
return to the United States. She
and Mi. Jorgenson will travel, to
Orlando, Florida where tiitf iqll
make their future hgme..

Pre-Election
Dance For Cristobal
V.F.W. Post
Lt. Garvyn H. Moumblow Mem-

... 4 VI ml I UB. 1.. tfOIV. V.-1.1 110
"bb"n.v ''rein Wa" 0f U S' Wil1
i--.,..ti fP,-r.m 'have their annual Pre Election
Xt7resPtInT ad informative !"riahSt Hme CriSt-

by the utera-; ","""',, K trnm tn

..m All members of the V.F.W.!

dllU ilicu sucaia die uuiuaaiaj aii
vited to attend.

Drouram was given

ture Study Group of the Caribbean

Cunard Liner To Be

Equipped With New
Printing Equipment
LONDON, March 20 (UPJ-Pas"-sengers
aboard Cunard's new 22,-000-tun
liner Svlvania are assured

of keeping abreast of world news

wmje enjoying the comforts of

their sea voyage, for the printing
shop aboard the new vessel will

De equipped with the most up

iu-uaie presses ana printing e e-quipment
quipment e-quipment available.
Included. will be the British
Thompson automatic platen ma machine,
chine, machine, and the Sylvania will be
the fourth vessel in the world to
have this piece of machinery in installed.
stalled. installed. When completed the shop
will be virtually identical to those
in the Sylvania's sister-ships Saxo-

ma, iverma ana uarinthia.
Now at her fitting out basin in

the Clyoe, the Sylvania is schedul

ed to make her maiden vovaee on

June 5 from Liverpool to Oue-

REGISTRATION FOR
DANCE CLASSES
Teenagers & Pre-teens
Thursday
3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Cristobal Y.M.C.A.
HARNETT & DUNN

Music will be furnished by Gus

Trym and his orchestra. Admis
sion is free.

Post election of officers will be
at the regular' business meeting,

Monday, March 25.

(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)

Jack Kelly's
ICE FROLICS
1 again in the
BELLA VISTA
ROOM
One show every nite
at 10 p.m.
Cover charge et show
time $1.50

A

The shop aboard the Sylvania
will be operated by the senior

ship's prime- and two assistants-

each of whom will be skilled
craftsmen, capable of working at
high speeds. Most of their time
wil) be taken up with the printing
of the Ocean Times. This nautical
newspapei is usually daily aborad
Cunard vessels, and therefore had

work and flawless co-ordination

are demanded to enable passeng

ers to read 'the world s news with

! breakfast.

In addition, the ship's printers
will also provide the first and
tourist class restaurants with me menus
nus menus for breakfast, luncheon and
dinnei each day as well as menus
for private dinner and cocktail

parties and a wide variety of

ship' forms.

QUICK ENERGY

Royal King George
Lodge To Present
Conslancia Bell

The Royal King George Lodge'
of the Independent United Order
of Scottish Mechanics of the Uni Universe
verse Universe Inc., will presents one of ;
the leading Isthmian sopranos,'
Miss Constancia Bel), on Easter i
Sunday at 7 p.m., at the So jour-;

ner's ball.
A musical program, of which
Miss Bell will be the highlight, is

now being arranged to feature oth other
er other top artist.
Tickets are now on sale and can
be purchased from any member

of the Royal King George Lodge!

or from Frank nReece, the Darner

at the Mechanic's Club, between i

7 and 10 p.m.

SLIM FAT AWAY
U (at rulo rur figure or makee
roe snort of breath and endanfara
four health, roe will find It Mrr t
kmm might with the a Bollywood
snethod Formed. No draatle dlattnf
or eaardaa. Aak roar drugstore for
FenBeda. and sun aUssming at eoe

For your lenten menus
CREOLE EGGS

1 cwo tMstata, auatosd

I

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biEDAVlo;

Xjrt eniane and ptvvs saiaagi a few minutes m tha
aattcr. add tt mushroasna. tavcrt and tomato liquid.
bat OwouoK baa! the whole eggs well and cook with
the ethar sngradicnto. attrrtng conatantly tmtil the SSS

are wall aen

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hich reactor furnace units which. from a room in the reactor build

Kan be expected to account for ,ing, where the sequence of toper

MR. AND MRS. BENNIE C. REAGAN shown at their wedding
reception, which was held recently at the Bella Vista home of
the bride. Mrs. Reagan Is the" former Miss Vilma Calobrides.,
She was born in Ancon, and attended the Maria Inmaculada
School in Panama. Her husband is stationed at Rodman
Marine Barracks, Rodman.

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LITTER-ALLY WORRIED Wearing a harried expression,
Duchess of Heidelberg wonders how she will ever feed her
family of 16 pure-bred German short-haired pointers. The
litter, sired by Prince Von Schoenherr, is believed to be
record. Duchess owner, Harold Emery, of Detroit, came to her
rescue by contriving a mechanical feeder out of a shoe rack.

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HOW'S THF Ol n UFADtoa rtDv, i.JT.j

to the Job of checking airplane fuselage pressure leaks. Robert
L.- Wonio, an employe of the transport division of Boeing Air Airplane
plane Airplane Company, checks a KC-135 section In Renton, Wash.

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Peaceful Atoms Cost

Plenty

LONDON, March 20 (BIS)-The
world's largest atomic power sta station
tion station is to be built in South Scot
land, probably at Hunterston, Ayr Ayrshire,
shire, Ayrshire, before-1961 at cost of $98, $98,-000,000.
000,000. $98,-000,000. .
This does not include that of the

initial charge of 250 tons of natur-

tubing for the 16 heat 'exchanger

units; and the consider a Die ex expense
pense expense of .the construction and as assembly
sembly assembly on site of two 70-feet dia diameter
meter diameter spherical double shelled
pressure vessels to contain the
reactor furnaces.1 1 "r

These vessels will be built of 3

al uranium fuel, which will dost inch thick heavy steel plate (to be

about S14.000.000,

"The, scientific correspondent of
the Financial Times says construc

tion of the station, which will prov

ide employment for approximate

ly 10,000 men during the peak pe

riod of the work, between 2,000
and 3.000 of whom will be employ

ed on site, will involve the under undertaking
taking undertaking of a number of formidable
and expensive engineering tasks.
This is especially the case in the

construction of the two 180-feet-

supplicd by Colvilles) and will

weigh l,00u tons each. ' '
Each reactor unit wdl- also con con-tain
tain con-tain a mass of special control and
monitoring equipment and a novel

remotely controlled device situat

ed below the; base of the reactor
furnace, which will automatically

charge tne reactor with -uranium

fuel and remove spent, or damag

ed, fuel elements: wniie tne reac reactor
tor reactor furnace is in operation,

Xi&s unit wilt be controlled

between $33,600,000 and $39,200,000

out of : the S98.ooo.ooo capital ex

nenditure on the station.

THE cost of the construction of
the reactor units will include that

of the initial charge assembling

shaped graphite blocks for the two
reactor cores (a task that will be
undertaken by Powell Duffryn);
the manufacturing and assembling

of about 30 miles of special steel

EM

MAKE FRIENDS

if the averaee driver' had as

good manners behind the wheel
as he has when he is on foot,
driving would be both safer and
more pleasant The driver who
blows his horn before the car
ahead has a chance to start up,
the' driver who doesn't give the
pedestrian a chance to finish
crossing the street, and the road
hog all probably have far better
manners when they aren't driving.

Whv not be a courteous drflv

er? It is Just as easy and

much safer.
CZJC Drama Class
To Present Play
Al Diablo Theater

Wednesday, April 10, is the date

approved for the Canal Zone Ju

nior C o 1 1 e g e's presentation uf

"borne Minister influence at the

Diablo Heights Theater, it was an

nounced today from the office of

the dean of the college.
"Some Sinister Influence," by
Morgan Joseph King, is a "Sus "Suspense
pense "Suspense Play though it will likely
be referred to as a "mystery co comedy.''
medy.'' comedy.'' It is listed thus in the play
pub'ishers catalog, since "Suspense
plays" are rare.
Tbe entire enrollment of the

class in dramatics In the college

win oe seen and heard in the pre

sentation of the play. The class,
which is a regular academic col

lege course with stage productions
required as laboratory work gives
several plays during the college
rear. But not more than two of

those plays are ordinarily given

tor puduc snowmgs.

Subert Turbyfill is director of

"Some Sinister Influence," with
Shirley Meyer as student director.
Four men and ten women, stu students
dents students in the college, will appear in
the play In roles of all sorts ofj

varying lengu.
The comedy is novel and unu unusual
sual unusual the situation is different and
unexpected, the entire production

is off the beaten track in dra
ma. v

atio&s will be viewed on close-cir

cuit television. ; '. t; v

About one-third of the cost of

the building of the Hunterston
Station, or about $33,600,000 will be
accounted for by civil engineeripg

WOT. .- '.,,.!: -I-
Mechanical plant, including the

cost of its installation for the

whole of such a modified, and ad advanced,
vanced, advanced, type of Calder Hall atom atomic
ic atomic power1 station, can be expected,
according to recent estimates, to
cost about $33,600,000 or more.
THIS mechanical equipment

would include not only the elec

trical generating plant but also the

numerous fans and water-circula

tion pumps and their allied gas

and water circuits.
Something of the complexity and

size of the steam-raising and wa

ter-circulating units can be gath gathered
ered gathered from the fact that about 17

gallons of water ner hour will be

passed through the station wnen it

is in operation.
A considerable number -of sub subcontractors
contractors subcontractors other than the Gener

al Electric Company's main col

laborators, Simon carves, tne
Motherwell Bridge and Engineer

ing Company wfll be involved in

this part of the work. v

These companies will include

Stewarts and Lloyds, who will sup supply
ply supply the main steam piping, fiwin fiwin-nes,
nes, fiwin-nes, who will supply the water water-circulation
circulation water-circulation pumps, Harland Engi

neering," who will manufacture the
feed pumps; Cockburns and Glen Glen-ffeld
ffeld Glen-ffeld and Kennedy, who will sup
ply : special; sprmgs and valves,
and 'James Howden; who will ma.
nufacture a large number of spe special
cial special electric fans. k r
Insulating materials 'tot retain,
ing the heat in the steam d car
boa dioxide gas circulation cir circuits
cuits circuits will be supplied by Kenyoai.
of Stirling sy, .
, Although the ) total number nt

subcontractors who will be involv involved:
ed: involved: is not yet certain it. will, be before
fore before the project is completed, be
considerable. 1 f-
The marshalling of all these
many manufacturers and of the
on-site contractors is the respon responsibility
sibility responsibility of the General Electric
Company as the main contractor

for the station. '

A LARGE part of the work on

the station1 wiil,-' in fact, involve

conventional civu engineering, and
mechanical engineerig work th
electric generating plant, which

is estimated to cost about $12,000,
000 will contain conventional turbo-alternators,
though they will be

of a special design capable of e e-perating
perating e-perating at .both high pressures
and at lower pressures, than those
normally used in conventional geh geh-erating
erating geh-erating stations.
Nevertheless, a number o( spe special
cial special engineering techniques ,-will

have to be used. Host Impressive
among these will be the use of a
special giant Goliath tranothe
largest In the world with a 200-

feet span, the same as .the centre

span of London's lower bridge.
SPECIAL care will also have to
be taken, in the handling. of the
concrete used in nearly every
nart of the station since it must

be completely homogeneous, with without
out without bubbles,-or uneveoness of con content.
tent. content. . t, ::.:t.::' ,;
Such special points of construc construction
tion construction inevitably raise the cost of

construction and K is therefore a
remarkable achievement .that the
General Electric Simon U Carves
eroun has managed, taking all

such factors Into account, to pro

duce a tender for tne aargesi or an
atomic power stations so faf plan plan-nor)
nor) plan-nor) in the world. t a capital cott

of only about $300 per kilowatt of

Installed capacity.

BT MRS. MURIEL

WISE is the mother-in-law.
Who refrains from telling her
married children' secrets he does
not want their wives and hus husbands
bands husbands to know; i
Who withholds news of her
son's promotion until herdaUgh-

ter's Husband is in an optimistic

mood; : 1

of her daughter-in-law's, pie crust
with "suggestions" for improving

it, . . ..

who takes friendship with a

child's wife or husband slowly, a-

voidmg regret for gushy protes

tations that didn't come true;.
Who can note a daughter-in-

law's "permissive" treatment of
a grandchild without saying

"When I count up tbe children

I've seen, ruined by these new

psychology theories.

WHO recognizes and comes to

terms with the natural resentment

we all feel toward the stranger

who is profiting by the self -discipline,
the energy and time we in invested
vested invested in his spouse, -our child;

Who remembers that child s

wife or husband often criticizes us

LAWRENCE in direct proportion to his fear of

resisting other authorities in h 1 s
life; ;-'
Who isnt hurt at'alli who n
her pregnant daughter-in-law says,
Ha thnl, vaii.,.'Mv.j Awn. Mhthr

is coming tohelp : after, the, baby
ii born.".. i&r i -fc.. HS

Who Infowf ;that"cai?ying gos gossip
sip gossip from ohe-child't: home to an another
other another end 'in everyone's1 think thinking:
ing: thinking: "If she abuses their iaiuita iaiuita-lily
lily iaiuita-lily like this, what does she Vo to
ours?" .; vV'V
WHO does not live for her' chil children
dren children s approval: and so can risk
it occasionally in spontaneous dis disagreement
agreement disagreement witb tie wi4 and
husbands;-'''-';.:''-".; ., .SfS.
stand -that her mother-in-law trou

bles are those, she ducked a s a
mother, bourhet back to her for so

lution by soother. woman' .child;

wno controls over era oiionai
symoathv With the, son- or dauah-

ter who's "iust quarrelled with his
spouse as too likely to boomerang
on .the sympathizer ;.' i -. Mm- i
. -k-Who an accept her Xnadequa Xnadequa-eies
eies Xnadequa-eies as a mother-in-law As unguil unguil-uly
uly unguil-uly as she-accepted-her faults as
a parent.,

Charge 01 Perjury;
Filed Against Cuban
Afler FBI Arrest
MIAMI March 20 VP) The
FBI today announced a Cuba a na national
tional national had been arrested and
charged with perjury before a fed federal
eral federal grand jury investigating the
Cuban organization, the 28 of July
Club. -:

agent here, said Juaa Augustia Dei
La Carida Orta r Cordova was ar-V

rested at Miami International Air

port on a federal warrant charg-

ina iwo counu w perjurr so iu

testimony last January.

Weeks said that Orta made

"false statements" about his mat
ing arrangements for transporta

tion for a number of Cubans from

Nev York tc MiamL .
. Orta will go before the. U. S.
Commissioner here for a. hearing
latrr in the day. .
The FBI described the 28 of Ju July
ly July Club in Miami as being in sym sympathy
pathy sympathy with the 28 ol July Move Movement
ment Movement in Cubs, "which reportedly
has as Us aim the overthrow of
Cuban president Fulgeocis Batis Batista
ta Batista
Tbe movement Is led by young
Cuban .rebel Fidel Castro.
Orta is a past President tt the
Miami "bra neb" and was a pro prominent
minent prominent figure in bearings here.
Among those who also figured
nrnminenUv in th besriRCS WSS

formes Cobs a president Carlos

Prio Socarrss. who was orer-

thrown by Bitirta in a bloodless
coop ia March, 1K2.

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mmmmmmmmmmmmmim. i

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, "1 CAN HEART Two-year-old Susan Bell exclaims joy joyously
ously joyously when sounds most people take for granted reach her'
ear. She is at the Hear Foundation in Los Angeles, headed by
Dr. Clws Griffith, right who bss been working with tho deat
for. many years. Tbe foundation's program has been largely.,
financed by contributions from parents of deaf children. Serv -ices
to th children are free.

f ALL HIM "CURVY A yasi who's euro to csuso plenty
T-ysk amoii Vtors to Few fork's CwtrsJ Psr too
tg 0-yer-o)d -Mickey Aecordle I to too officials. Mtekey
wasn't born witb this reversed left born. It got twisted to s
eddeot when tho yak was 7 young and, as U grew, grsdvi grsdvi-ay
ay grsdvi-ay curved ilself under his cnirL



WEDNESDAT.'MARCH M, 1957
JS octal -and Otli
American Boy To Make Historic

' j 1 THE PANAMA AMERICA miiMEanmami mn

mmmmm i : .. -.. ... ; - wiuu jjua rf ax aa m -. , : nrafflffl

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erwide
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Despettida Shower
Given For Mr. Rulx v
Mrs. Rolando Ruiz, wife of Dr.
Rolando, Ruiz of .Ft. -Kobbe, was
. the honored guest at coffee and lin lin-'
' lin-' : ep shower, given by a group 'of
her friends at the Ft. Kobbe Of-

- ficen"Club on Tuesday morning.
Dr. anl Mrs. Ruiz are leaving at
the end of the month to return to

civilian We and will live in Dan Dan-bury,
bury, Dan-bury, Connecticut,-where the Doc-

wr wui practice, i'v.y

Attending the farewell party

were: jars rranK :v. MUier, Mrs
Franklin Simmons, Mrs. J. Simms

Mrs. A. Fingerhut, Mrs. Carlos

Llanes, Mrs. David Cantor, Mrs.

Christopher, Mrs. Richard M.

Doerrman, Mrs. David Litowsky;

Mrs.: R. Zislis, Mrs; Wm. Rond

and Mrs.' Betsy Tlores.J
Atlantic Bridge '
Club Winners
The Howell Movement was play

ed at- the regular weekly 1 bridge
games on .Monday evening at the

Margarita DiuDhouse 'with the fol

lowing winners: first Mrs.'Wally

uiDson with Mr. Julius Xoeb; sec second
ond second .MrAiv Irl Sanders with Mr.
Sidney Passailaigue; Mrs. Hayden
Joneo and Mrs.. Julius Loeb tied

for third placed with Mr. Fred

Schwartz and Mr. E. W. Mils-

paugh and fourth, Mr. Augusto

&am with Mr. J. C. Caldwell.

':

Mayflower' Trip From England

AMSTERDAM. March 0 A the citv that offerM honnitiilitv tn

ii-ear-oiu -American ooy arriveui me- pilgims in spite Ot th-

1

InVh Parliaiiioiit
Mepis To Elect
De Valera Premier

r DUBLIN, March 20 (UP) -The
Irish Parliament meets todav to

elect. 74-yearld JJamon de- Vale-

raas' ine nation s premier for the

. eignm ume.
The taU. thin chief of the Fian-

na Fail, (soldiers. of destiny) Par

ty starts ine greatest test oi nis
political career when he succeeds
outgoing Premier John A. Costei-

W.; ..-! iK. v
His 'new government faces some
of the sorest trials in the repub republic's
lic's republic's 33 years' of existence. They

uiciuut; unemployment wnicn is
now at a post-war high of 91,000,
a flood of emigration and an ad adverse
verse adverse balance, of trade the sees
Ireland spending '! million pounds
($39.2-million) more for. imports

man sne receivesc for exports.
Added to thes is stagnation 'in
both agriculture andt -business ex expansion
pansion expansion because of a '. C r e d t

squeeze.
Irish i voters endorsed the Brooklyn-born
leader's party in a gen general
eral general election March S after it had
spent three years in opposition to
Costello's-. coalition government.

DR. CHESTER W., EMMONS

LECTURER The lastest Ideas

on me diagnosis, treatment and
prevention of the fungus disease
histoplasmosis, (often mistaken for

a moderately severe case of the

flux) will be brought by Dr. Ches

ter W. Emmons, (above) to the

second Inter American Medical

Convention to be held here from

April 3 to 5. Dr. Emmons is the

senior specialist in fungus diseas

es at'1 the national institute

of health and is -consultant at the

Armed -Forces Institute of' Patho

logy and professional lecturer : at

the George Washington School

Medicine since 1942. Histoplasmo

sis of the lungs was first discov

ered by Canal Zone Dr.; William

Darling while performing an auJ

topsy on a patient s body.

L. R. Sommer Gets

Army Contracts

Totaling $17,300

The Engineer, U.S. Army Ca-

riDDean, nas announced that

contracts totaling $17,300 were

awarded to local contractor L.

R. Sommer last week. ;? 1

- The '. contracts are for f the

elimination of gas-fired equip

ment at Curundu Heights and
the construction of radio trans

mitter facilities in building oN,
732 at Corozal.

All work will hti comnleted

mis year.'

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at Schiphol Airport by KLM to

day to take pari in a historic pil pilgrimage
grimage pilgrimage from Plymouth. Eng

land in April.

He is Joe Meany, of Waltham,

Mass.,' who was chosen from a a-mong
mong a-mong 400,000 candidates, all mem members
bers members of the Boys' Clubs, of Ameri-

Dresned In 17th century eos eos-tum.
tum. eos-tum. Jot will serve as ship's
bey, together with a B r i t i h
youth; for the entire voyage of
the Mayflower II, which leaves
England in April.'.-'.-! ''S-o.-Before
boarding the ship, the

youngster, who happens to : come

from tho same district where the

pilgrims first landed in 1620, wul
make a tour, of Amsterdam' in or

der to tell about his experiences

in the Netherlands: where the Pil

grim lathers found safe refuge
for a period of 12 years.
Joe will' be the only American
aboard the Mayflower. v
Accomoanied by the managers

of the boys' clubs, A. Boyd Hind

and ; Frank A. Corwin. Joe wiu

e obiec-

uons or ft.ing james i of England
will receive Joe and his compa

nions at the Town HaU. .After an
official ceremony in the Church

of St. Peter, the guests will be
shown documents and ohiertn Te

la une to me stav at urn niieim

in ine etnerianas. v

Visits will also be naid to The

Hague and Delft and also to Rot

terdam (Delftshaven), where the

pugims began their ions vovaee

in addiuon, joe Meany i; will eo

sightseeing at Schiphol,; the air

port of Amsterdam.' A remarka

ble feature-of this airport is that

it lies on the bottom 01 t he re

claimed Haarlem Lake; a r o s s

which the pilgrims sailed from

Amsterdam to Leyden 350 years

ago. r

Finally some new -products of

the Lutcir yacht-building industry

will be shown to Joe Meany in
Loosdrecht, before he ; leaves for

Plymouth on' Monday, March 25,

to make the voyage across the At

lantic; as ship's boy on the 'May-

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ENGINEERS WIVES Guests at a coffee party given last week by Mra, William. E. Potter., wlfa ef th Governor-irf th
Panama Canal for the Engineers' Wives are shown in the gardens of the Governor's mansion. ; j

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JFTLET MIGNON!

W rarsley. butter. French

fries, one vegetable, salad

bread and butter
$2.25

SIRLOIN STEAK!
W smothered onions or
horseradish parfait rad
French fries, vegetable
salad, bread and butter
SI.50

CAPT, MICHAEL S. PAPCCM, an Air Pore Reserve mobiliza mobilization
tion mobilization aslgnee was recently presented a diploma for completing
the extension Course Institute Squadron Officers' -Course by
Col. Joseph C. Stahcook. deDUtv chief of staff comntroiler

Caribbean Air Command. Pupcum received the dinloma dur-

lng his recent two-weeks training period. Papcum is an agent

lor. several shipping firms and resides In the Republic of

Panama, (Official USAF Photo)

PANAMA AMERICAN

WHLE Edgar Kaplan was win

ning the Life Master's Individual,

lump ..Jf eldesman of New York

was rtomping off with the Senior
Masters event 1 V -f

In today's hand Pnil exercised

dmiroble seJf-restrainti aqd .sty-

ea out of an unmakable g rand
slam.

When North responded to Phil's

opening heart bid with a jump to

loree clubs, f nil hoped for a

rand slam and rebid three -dia

monds as, a starter in that direc

tion

North second jump to four
aearis die nothing to discourage

him and Phil decided on a bid of

lve clubs rather than a Black

voo.i four no-trump.

North continued his iumninc

tactics with a leap to six hearts

. nd fliil bad almost bid the

fcrana slam when he stopped for a

lie inougnt.

The substance of his thought

was: where is the ace of sDades?

partner ougnt to hold that

His

BUILDINGS ENGtLFEli BY FLAMES Firemen spray
streamy of (, water pn burning tenement after a fire that
started In a vacant six-story building the West Harlem section
or New c York soread. to 13 other buildings. Some buildings
weref occupied, but the tenants were led to safety. The area
Is one" that is being oleared of slums, Five of the more than
100 firman who fought, the blaze were treated for minor in injuries
juries injuries at Ithe scene. An elderl woman was; removed to hos-A-'t
' Pltal forf treatment of. smoke "poisoning.' v ,. ".
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ard for his bidding but if he did

i uu uau Kiveu mm an ex-

client chance to show it.

Vt course the event wai an in.

oiviuual ana Phil had tipvpp

lis partner before. He therefore
tecided to take the sure thing and

puaeu.
It was just as well, because
West opened the ace of sples.

ine ueuianv. wniie we ari nn

the subject of grand slams, I have

a pretty good rule for my own

grand-slam bidding. I did them
when they appear to be certain
out I never worry about missing

one. A successful small slam will

do for everyday bridge.

(P.A.-C.) Mr.. Joseph Cun-

nignam, Manager of the riotei M
Panama, who is the only member

of the National Board of (gover (governors
nors (governors of the American Public Re Relations
lations Relations 'Association residing out out-sde
sde out-sde the United States, has bad an another
other another honor bestowed upon him in
recognition of bis many years of
active participation in the field of
Public Relations.
' mi ht I XT t is si

I iim ixauunat ounnanuu com committee
mittee committee of the American Public
Relations Association has unani unanimously
mously unanimously chosen Joe Cunningham as
their candidate for International
Vice-President for the coming
year: the first ear in which the

Association, will have amongst its
officera--' n- Interaatiojwl -"-Vice
President This action has been
prompted iy the ever increasing
importance the field of public re relations
lations relations is playing in economic and

human relations; not only within

individual countries, but in the
international relations between
countries throughout the world.
Joe Cunningham's efforts and

work with the American Public
Relations Association has been

vanea ana arduous. He was one
of the founders of the original
chapter in Philadelphia; is a mem member
ber member of the National Board of Gov

ernors: was instrumental in brim?.

ing about the formation of the Pa-J

nama Forge in 1954: and holds the

distinction of being its first Pres-'

ident as well as a member of the

Board of Directors of the Panama
Forge of the American Public Re.

lations Association since its found

ing.

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20,1951
0
Pirates Becoming Convinced Stuart s
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He Says He Is

rAGI EIGHT
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Rookie Outfielder Slams
5th Homer In Four Games

By FRED DOWN

- NEW YORK, March 20 (UP) The Pittsburgh
,Pirates are becoming convinced that rookie out outfielder
fielder outfielder Dick Stuart is almost as good as he says
he is.

CLASSIC BOWLING LEAGUE
Final Standings

Agewood 63 45

Seymour Agency ...... .81 47
El Panama 5256

Austin 3870

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A 24-year-old native oi sail
Francisco who walloped 66 home
' runs for Lincoln, Neb., last sea sea-,
, sea-, ion and says he might do as
well in the majors, Stuart hit a

pair of 40U-IOOI rouuu-fc"Fi"
' yesterday as the Pirates beat
h. rhinaeo White Sox. 9-3. It

was the eighth win in 11 games
-lor the Pirates and the fifth loss
In 10 games for the White Sox.
It's been all or nothing at all
for' the big fellow, however,
because he now has hit five
homers and struck out eight
times in four games. He fanned
all three times he failed to hit

the ball out oi tne par yi yi-day.
day. yi-day. Manager Bobby Bragan hasn't
decided yet whether he has a
n, Mirkev Mantle or a new

Pat Seerey on his hands but he s
sure of one thing: When Stuart
connects, it doesn't make any
difference who the pitcher is.

v The rookie's homers have come
off five different pitchers with
widely varying styles knuckle knuckle-bailer
bailer knuckle-bailer Granny Hamner, hard hard-t.hrnwer
t.hrnwer hard-t.hrnwer Art Fowler, sldewheeler

w Tom Acker, southpaw 20-game
winner Billy Pierce and Gerry
Staley, who mixes low breaking
Curves with a knuckler.

Agewood Clinches League Title
Austin and Seymour Agency
Win Matches

Aeewood won the 1956-57

chamDions. who have won four i chamDionshio of the classic

straight games and seven of 11, i League when they won the first

scored two runs in tne mnui in- game in their matcn witn aus aus-ning
ning aus-ning with doubles by Marv tin. Bud. Balcer got the most im-

i Brooks Robinson, a 19-year-t
old rookie who is making a
Jrtrong bid to take George
Kell's third-base job, hit a
homer and a triple to lead the
Baltimore Orioles to an 8-4
v'ctory over the Cleveland In Indians.
dians. Indians. Robinson's two hits
lifted his spring batting aver-
are to .355. Ray Moore and
. . 1 I 4- Lnlll

j Kiuy iioes tomoinai i
U t 'tht Indians to seven hits.

I:.
i-f Mickey Mantle's fourth homer
4 s of the spring marked the New
' York Yankees' 6-5 win over the
Milwaukee Braves. The world

Tennessee A & L
MWin Few More
Biskelball Tournevs

ml. 1 .. .J 1 1 llAnniiirall'

liuoiicDciijr aiiu urn ivi nwu&ci

the key blows.

Jimmv Piersall slammed a

grand slam homer off Sam
Jones as the Boston Red Sox

whipped the St. Louis Cardinals,
7-6. Don Blasingame had four
hits to lead the Cardinals, who
suffered their third straight de

feat and sixth in 11 exhibition

games,

Bob Lennon and rookie catch

er Bob Schmidt homered to lead

the New York Giants to a 9-4

decision over the Chicago Cubs,

who scored all their runs off Al

Worthinsrton in the second in

ning. Bob Quinn, dick uttieneia
and Marv Grissom combined to

shut them out the remainder of

the way.
Rookie outfielder Niel Chris-

ley's two-run homer in the
ninth inning enabled the
Washington Senators to beat
the Cincinnati Redlegs, 6-4.
Chrisley's blow came off
rrht-hander Tom Acker who
relieved Hal Jeffcoat In the
elrhth. Gus Bell, Bobby Hen Hen-rich
rich Hen-rich and George Crowe hom homered
ered homered for the Redlegs.
Johnny Groth blasted a hom homer
er homer to lead off the 10th inning

and provide the Kansas City

Athletics with a 6-5 verdict over

th- National League chnmnion
Brooklyn Dodgers. The Athletics

routed Blon Branca with fve

nun in the first inmnw.iwt e

Dodgers came back to ti the
ame on homers hv Glno Clmo Clmo-11.
11. Clmo-11. Don Zimmer and Duke Sni

der.

portant strike of the year In the
tenth frame of the first game

for the clincher. Bud Balcer and
Roily Gleichman led Agewood
while Chuck Almeda had over
600 for the third week in a row
to be high man for Austin.

AUSTIN
Thomas ... 179 175 172 52fr
Knoll .... 170 181 198 549
Snellbaker 157 180 158 495
Almeda ... 194 180 256 63C
Best .... 189 168 203 560
889 884 987 2760
AGEWOOD
Toland ... 169 176 2, 580
Boyer . 211 160 114 4P.5
Gleichman 213 169 205 587
Lane .... 150 148 220 518
Balcer ... 172 206 214 592
915 859 968 2742

CHS ys Army AlhStars track
Meet at Mount Hope Tonight

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Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT

WILLIE'S UP

AHY CZDtCA TED UC&SEPLA VfS
SCOFFS AT SOLELY

HIDEO. ?4J0VE8 taOUHi,H

Seymour

measure of

Agency took the
El Panama, three

points to one. Ed Kunkel and
Chuck McGarvey scored highest

for Seymour Agency and for El

Panama it was Billy Coffey and

Dick Soyster leading the way.

EL PANAMA

Falcigno
Soyster
Bowen
Lowande
Coffey

165
182
179
186
203

178
193
199
144
212

118
214
169
208
182

461
589
547
538
597

915 926 891 2732

SEYMOUR AGENCY

'Kunkel

The Philadelphia P h i 1 lies y-10

handed th Detroit Tieers their Mcuarvey
ottrhfVi ln (n in vhihit.inn'Selm .

noma. nrtiAn Tr T.vnnft.' hnm- NuneS

er and single bv Fred Van Du Du-sen.
sen. Du-sen. Ed Bnuchee and Boh Bow

man producer n iiin-innmo.

6-5 triumph. Harrv Anderson
and Van nusen also homered
tor the Phi'J'es wh'le worVv
Kuenn and Charley MweH hit
round-trippers for the Tigers.

171
178
147
185
246

211
182
166
171
191

185
226
190
167
199

467
587
503
523
636

KANSAS CITY Mo. (UP)-Ten-

f nesiee Aal of Nashville, the first
1 all-Slegrc team to ever win a ma

jor basketball tournament, toaay
appeared to be in a position to win
a few more.
-v The Tennesseans won the 19th
annual National Association of In Intercollegiate
tercollegiate Intercollegiate Athletics tournament
ehamoionshio over Southeastern

Oklahoma State, 92-73, Saturday

night, with a team made up of one
freshman, six sophomores, two
juniors and only one senior.
Star of the tall and speedy Ten Ten-neseans
neseans Ten-neseans was 6-3 sophomore Rich Richard
ard Richard 'Barnett, who was leading re re-bounder
bounder re-bounder with 71 grabs and second
in scoring with. 132 points for the
pur tournament games,
Y Barnett had only 16 points in the

final game, but it was his running
jump shot with nine seconds left

in a semi-final that preserved
AaL's life in a 71-70 victory over
toD-seeded Pacific Lutheran.

While the Tennesseans took the

championship, top individual hon honors
ors honors went to Jim Spivey, a 6-5
senior for Southeastern Oklahoma
who wat leading scorer with 212
points, a tournament record, and
second in rebounding with 66.

Along The Fairways
v
Amidor Woman's Golf Nw

927 922 967 2816

The averages for all the mem members
bers members of the Classic League are as

follows:

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There were few upsets in the
first round matches of the Ama

dor Women's Handicap Champion-1

snip as mom oi me maicnes

came out as expected. In the
championship flight Irene Robin Robinson
son Robinson won over Betty Hennon. Mo

Williams won her match from

Gladys Wiley and Eve Wright
beat Margaret Hastings. In the
other match Bobbie Hughes' win

uver Connie Bishop came as a
surprise.
In the first flight, Jean Morris'

win over Beverly Dilfcr was an another
other another slight upset. Teen -. age Car Car-tl
tl Car-tl Perantie played a good game
and showed she was to be reck reckoned
oned reckoned with in the second flight as
she beat Millie Oaks. In the third
flight, Linda Longmore, another
teenager, lost out to Rose Phifer,
as she locked' the experience to
g've strokes.
The matches for this week are
as follows:

Irene Robinson vs. M. Williams B.
Hughes vs. E. Wright.

First Flight: J. Morris vs. B.
Bell, M. Sewell vs. E. Perantie.

Balcer 203
Coffey 201
Cascio 200
Almeda 193
Best 192
Kunkel 191
Colbert 190
Toland IRS
Gleichman 187
Bowen 187
Lane 184
Nunes 184
Wllber 182
McGarvey 182
Knoll 181
Falcigno 180
Boyer 180
Lowande 180
Soyster 179
Snellbaker 176.
Thomas 175

Brooklyn May Consider
$1000,000 For Newk'
But No 7 Player Deals

Second Flight: C. Perantie vs.
1. MuUarkey; H. Schull vs. V. Hol-lowell.

Third Flight: R. Phifer vs.
Robertson; B. Gildersleeve vs.
Atkeson.

Today Encanto J5 .20

Deborah Kerr In
"TEA AND SYMPATHY"
In Cinemascope!
James Carney In
"THESE WILDER YEARS"

Today IDEAL .20 .70

Spanish Double!
Maria Victoria In
"PENSION DE ARTISTAS'
Carlos L. Moctezuma in
"EL ASESLNO X"

The Ladies' Day tournament

played at Amador last week was

Match play against Par. A 1 y c e

French won first low met as she
finished one up on pat. Lanelle I
T 1 1 1

lAiau wii secuna as sue was l
down and Barker Bell placed third
with 3 down to par. Ethel Peran Peran-tie's
tie's Peran-tie's steady game of 80 won low
gross. Bobbie Hughes was low tn
the putts.

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Another golfer joins the ranks

of those breaking 100. Rose Phifer

did it in i big way as she scored
94 for her first time under 100.
The tournament scheduled for
this week will be Medal Play with
3-4 handicap.

Chapters 11 and 12
"KING OF CARNIVAL"
- Also:
"ANGEL IN EXILE"
DESERT OF LOST"

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J Tomorrow!

ANTHONY QUINN
Katy Jarado In

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By LEO H. PETERSEN

VERO BEACH. Fla.. March 20

(UP) The Brooklyn Dodgers

allowed today they might "con

sider" a million dollars for Don

Newcombe but they're not biting
at any little old offer of seven
players.
That was the word from

Dodeer vice president E. J.

(Buzzy) Bavasl, who dismissed
as "silly" the seven-player bid
for the 27-game winner made
yesterday by general manager
Gabe Paul of the Cincinnati
Redlegs. Bavasi, perhaps nois noising
ing noising for a call from the Boston
Red rox' Joe Cronln. made it

plain he never took Paul's offer
seriously.
Bavasi's barbed rejection
took Paul by surprise because
he told reporters the Dodgers
"didn't aa 'Yes but they did
not sav 'No' so the deal may
be made." Neither general
manager revealed the plavera
involved In the Mr package
bnt it wag learned the Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers could haw obtained ei either
ther either catcher Smnkev Burgess

or slnrrer Walhr Post.

Paul, who mde a cash offer
of about !M00,0(W for Newcmmbe

last Oct 9, said the Rlle?s

were wU!in to accent il re

soonsibilitv for the condition of
Don's arm Newcombe's arm

has ben a1"n Mm. o and on.
!nre the 156 World Serie and

h has ottbd nnlv two innings
In Oratefruit, League competi

tion thl snrln.

Wasi' refu' to TKe p

ntfer nriousiv lnd'teH tnat

th. Dod-e believe the 30-vear

old flreboller's m l wnd
and also that catcher Roy Cam

panula will make a successful
comeback. The Redlegs were

willine to Include Burgess, who

hit .275 in 90 games last season.

in the deal because tney reliev relieved
ed relieved the Dodgers were eager to

obtain a capable replacement for
Campanella. Campanella was
bothered by a hand injury last
season and batted a dismal 219.
Newcombe made his first com competitive
petitive competitive appearance of the
sDrine- Monday night when he

yielded two hits in a two-inning
stint against the Detroit Tigers.

He retired from the mound be because
cause because of a mild twinge In his
arm but the Dodgers expressed
no alarm.
The Redlegs, of course, be believe
lieve believe the addition of 'one big
pitcher" would mean their
first pennant since 1940 and
Newcombe fits that definition
in more ways than one. A

towering 240-pounder, he has
averaged 238 inn'ngs and al almost
most almost 19 victories for six sea seasons
sons seasons in the majors.

What's more the big fellow

has reached his peak in the last
two seasons with a combined to total
tal total of 47 wins arid 12 losses. He
won 20 games and lost five in
1955, then came back to post a
27-7 marjc In 1956 when he won
both the National League's most
valuable player award and the

Cy Youne award as the major

league pitcher of the year.

Newcombe's poor showlne. in

the World Series slightly ob obscured
scured obscured his regular-season feats,
however, and led to speculation
that the Dodgers might be will willing
ing willing to part with him. This, Ba Bavasl
vasl Bavasl insists, isn't' so. The Dodg

ers just aren't listening.
Rrrng. Of course, it's Tom
Yawkey on the telephone.

By TREVOR SIMONS
' Cristobal High School, vhoi
first two track and field outings i

gainst Junior College and Balboa

High have been most gratifying
to coach Paul Moser, will meet
their first experienced competitors
onight at 7 o'clock at Mt. Hope
Stadium. Their challengers for' to tonight
night tonight consists of some of the fin

est stars the Army could muster

locally, many of whom already

nave gained track and field lau

rels on the Isthmus. 1

Among the stars that the Army

will bring to the Atlantic side to

aight, is Sgt. Guidet, captain and

manager of the track team. Gui

det won honors in the hurdles, and

sprints in last year s Balboa Re

lays and, was on the winning Re Re-lav
lav Re-lav teami c v

Others who will represent the

Army tonight are Mescali, who
will compete in the high and low

hurdles as well as the High Jump

Flueilen ; will toss the discus and

shot-put. Clarke, a versatile ath

lete "performs creditably in most

evei-y track and field event b u
excells as a distance runner.

- Cristobal High's team, fresh

from a pair of good performance

es will-be out to prove: that they
can do as well against .tougher

competition. Luck Williams,, with

sights set on a new Canal ; Zone
mile record, will be testing his

endurance in preparation for. the

Am-il 5 Balboa relavs. -,

Billy Gibson set a new School

record of 145' 2" with 7yhe discus
against Junior College, but fell to

135" 1" against tiauooa hi g n,

thoueh that was enough to win j

first nlace against the Bulldogs.

Detore L about as good a low

hurdles runner as the schools can

nrovide and his 21.9 against .JL

last week will set him in

good stead if he can match that
time against the Army, The Ar Army
my Army will find some stiff competi

tion to in (Cristobal's mue relay

tpam that features such speed

sters as Rankin, Brooks, Newhard

and Sasso.

v

Albrook Snaps Amador's

Streak, 7 to 5

Winning

The league leading Fort AmaA
dor Troopers U-game winning
streak, came to an abrupt halt
Monday night at Albrook's Beam
Stadium as Flyer, pitcher Bob
Hanson shopped i the Trooper
uine:1-::,:;,!-r:-'ti:;v 'i in
Albrook jumped on Amador

starter Bob Stephenson for seven

runs in rour ana one-third in innings
nings innings before relief hurler Lea

Straube could come in and halt
the Flyers.' straube pitched
scoreless ball the rest of the

game giving up two hits in four

an atwo-tnird innings.

With the score 1-1-going into

tne Douom or tne tnira the Fiv

ers broke loose for two unearned
runs. Two errors and two hits
accounted for their second and

third runs. ? -Mi

Amador cut the ean to 3- in

tne ton of tne fourth when left-

fielder Frank Loy doubled and

scored on an error by Zimmer

man i;ne shortstop.

two waiKs a sacrifice, a field

ers chqice and a single by cen cen-terfieldef
terfieldef cen-terfieldef Boh Xanear oroduced

three more Flyer runs In their
half of the fourth. A double by
Flyer third baseman Mario La La-Maestra
Maestra La-Maestra and a single bv Zim Zimmerman
merman Zimmerman brought in another Al

brook tally in the fifth.
- As was the case in many
games- this year, Amador fought
back nicking ud three runs in the

top of the seventh on two errors,

; PAAF STANDINGS
' .(As of March 19)
' Won Lost GB

Fort Amador 18 8 :

Fort Clayton ..... 17 8 Vt
Albrook AFB IV J 3y,
Fort Kobbe ....... 10 16 v 8

Army Atlantic .... 5 21 13

WAITING GAME Back with

the Giants, Whitey Lockman
waits his turn at bat at Phoe

nix, Ariz., camp and a
chance to show Manager Bill

Rigney he still has it.

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DIFFERENT. FEELING Now that he has Yanke flanneU
on, Bobby Shantx put that much more iirtat hia pitching. The
left-hander obtained from Kansas City is strictly bear-down,
as he shows here, these days at St. Petersburg. Fla.. traininf
grounds of th World Champions, r

,"',.v. Tjt. m. an

'Look what wo'ro' having for dinner, Pop!

a walk, a wild pitch, a stolen
base, a single by first baseman
Bob Walters and a double" by -third
baseman Bruce Nolan.' ;"
Hanson' set the Trobpers dow
in order in the eighth, but in thr
ninth inning, Amador threaten
ed again; Walters led off the in in-ning
ning in-ning with single, but Hanson

struck out the next two mea
bringing rightfielder Herni Dan- -iels-to
the plate with what '!,
seemed to be their -last hope.
Daniels teed off on a Hanson
fast ball sending it. to deep left
centerfield for a stand up dou-
ble sending Walters to third. A
single would have tied the game
at this point but Mike! Rivera, :
Trooper player-manager, swung,
at the first pitch sendine a pop
up to LaMaestra ending the
game.
Bob Hanson wen tall the way
Ricking uo his fourjth win a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst two setbacks. And Troop Trooper
er Trooper hurler Stephenson was charg-

ed with, his second loss against
four wins.'. ..;.

41

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Faltering Plvlipl

hi;t!- jif cuieo itb onases.

epatri would team h& home like lev,
I A. CUsaffleds. fsjat the rttht tiW

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Fastlicn League

FASTLICH TEENAGE LEAGUE
Excludes fames' played after Feb. 28; 1957"

Flayer Team AB
&ialloryv Conejos,' . 1
- Morris, J. Ocelot. 24 ;
Fulop Perlcos. . .i 81
Garcia Palomas. . ,28
Barley Pumas. . .85
-Ness Pericos. .-. . 31
Bateman -- Pumas. . .23
Kiamco Pumas. . ", .30
Boyett Ocelots. 24
Parker Conejos. . 47
Bagott Feric&s. . rv34'
Schwarzock Pumas. . 27
Kline Palomas. . . 26
Watts Macaws.. . . 24
Pearl Pumas. . . .30
Vaughn Ocelots. ..... 22
Ammirati Ocelots. , 23
Allen Palomas. . . 24
Miller Conejos.1 ..... 24
Chassln Conejos. . .18
Corlgan, E. Macaws. . 27
Huddleston Palomas. . 28
Pajak Palomas. .... 29
Anderson Ocelots. .... 11
Bright, "T. Perlcos. . IS
Bright, F. -4- Perlcos. . 19
Scott Conejos. . .27
Rathgaber Palomas. ... 31
Ward Perlcos.. .... 4
Pearspn Macaws. .... 25
Thompson j Macaws. ... 17
Roe Pumas. . . . 26
McNabb Conejos. . . 13
Engclke Ocelots. , .31
Dehlinger Ocelots. 9
Corrigan, L. Macaws. . 9
Reynolds Ocelots. ... 28
Dombrowskl Ocelots." . 14
Caldwell Palomas. ... 19
Martniard v Pumas. .. 24
Hatting Pumas. .... .15
Weade Perlcos. . .. ". 22
t)es Londes Macaws. . 24
Cunningham- Pumas.' ... ., 6
Martin -t Perlcos. 26
Scott Pumas. . .... 20
Stewart -I j ponejos. ... 14
Brandon Conejos. '..-.. 22
Womble Ocelots. . .18
Chase 4-Macaws. .. ."'. 9
Eddleman .Perlcos. ; 9
Clipper- Conejos 19
Conklin periods. . .10
Metheney Perlcos. ... 21
Marcum Pericos. .... 23

French J Ocelots 13

Anncier Palomas.

Morris,! R. Ocelots. .
Thomas j Conejos
StielaaW Macaws. .
MeGowJn Macaws; v
Rowan Pumas. .
Dilfer Pumas."'."'. .
Wilson? Pumas, .
Bassetfe Puiwas.-.
Finlanson Pumas. .
oakJ-ey Macaws v
Bogwell''' Macaws,, i
D4or, Macaw.-;'- .
Lawler Maeaw .
Carrol Macaws. V .
Steiner Macaws . v
Cross 4- Pericos. ...'...
Brown Pericos. .."'..
Vines Pericos. ....
Hutchinson Conejos.;
Hern, p. Conejos.
Bleakley Conejos. .
Williams Coneios. .
Hern, Conejos. -'.'
Dahlhoff Palomas. .
mr i 'Palomas. ...

Miller i Palomas 0
Browder Palomas. . .12
Dolan Palomas, ...... . 21
price Ocelots,
Bettls Ocelots. ...... 4
Dubbs Ocelots. ..... 0

SECOND HALF STANDINGS

30
15
17
18
23
6
1
1
.1
0
1
1
5
2
2
8
2
7
4
,0
2
3
v4
6
3
2

R

,0 -11
' 7
15
13
11
6
11
7
11
8
9
11
4
8
' 6
15
12
6
7
7
3
7
1
5
2
6
16
2
6
2
5
3
8
4
3
9
2
2
7
3
8
2
2
2
3
4
1
4
8
5
2
2
4'
6
8
0
5
4
2
1
1
0
0
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1
0'
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2
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l
l
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l
l
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- 1
12
15
) 13
16
14
10
13
?
14
11
10
9
11
8
8
- 8
8
6
8
8
8
3
4
5
7
8
1
6
4
6
3
7
2
2
6
3
4
5
3
4
4
1
4
3
2
3
2
1
1
2
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
0
I
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

so
0
3
6
1
4
4
8
2
5
2
3
4
6
2
5
4
9
' 5
0
9
10
4
11
7
5
1
2
3
5
3
5
8
2
0
6
6
6
3
2
6
10
4
6
7
8
7
5
4
5
9
3
3
5
9
11
8
1 8
6
7
2
0
0
0

JO
I
1
0
1
2
1
1
1
3
0
0
2
4
5
2
1
0
2
6
1
2
0

BB
0
. 6.
6
8
2
5
5
6
4
13
2
4
8
-2
3
0
12
9
1
8
. 1
5
4
5
3
1
2
6
0
5
4
3
5
8
1
4
3
0
1
4
' 7
12
4
5
3
8
5
4
4
13
4
9
2
1
6
15
4
9
3
5
0
0
; 2
0

BR
0
1"
0
3
3
4
2
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0.
1
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1
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2
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0
0
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1
0
0
0
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0
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0
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0
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I

3
4
2
3
1
1
1
6
1
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7
4
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0
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

BA
1.000
. ..500
.484
.464
.455
.452
.435

.433
.429

.412

.412
.407
.385

.375
.367

.364
.348

.333
.333

.333

.296

.286

.276
.273
.266
.263
.259

.258

.250

.240
.235
.231
.231
.228
.222
.222
.314
.214
.211
.208
.200
.182
.167
.167
.154
.150
.143
.136
.125
.111
.111
.105
.100
.095
.087
.077
.067
.067
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.043
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Berrios-Costa
Meet In First
J- . :. .. v. .... f.

Elimination Go

By OSCAR F R AL I Y

NEW YORK (UP)-While Sandy
Saddler hopes from behind a pair

of dark glasses today tnat lie wiu

be able eventually to maKe a

comeback, the race gets underway

this week- to select ms successor
as featherweight champion of the
world.
This Is the first of. three bouts.

with Miguel Berrios of Puerto
Rico facing Carmelo Costa of

Brooklyn in a 12-rounder at Madi Madison
son Madison Square Garden on Friday
nightthrough which the new king
will be crowned. Berrios is the 8
to 5 choice.
After that the winner faces
Hogan (Kid) Bassey of Nigeria
with that winner meeting Chenf

Hamia of France for the title
A RteurriiM Situation

This is the fifth time since 1901

that the featherweight crown has
been up for grabs. Usually, when

thev 126-pound champion stepped

down it was because oi weigm.

Not this time. I

Saddler maintains he suffered a

detached retina in his right eye

in a taxicab accident .last July

On January 15 he was stripped

ofh is crown by the National Box

ing Association ana iasi monui,

after announcing ms reuremem,
he underwent an eye operation.
Sandv still hopes to make a

comeback but it will be ."six or

eight months" before ne Knows

whether the eye will take tne

nmindine of the prize ring. Mean

while, the action marches on. ;

Usually it iook quite some ume

tn prawn a new cnampion wnen

one of the former teatnerweigm.

kings abdicated. . .

Rat Katrnnnn tnrew up na

hands in 1932 and tt was live

years oeiore mnry rmiruu

gained lniernauonai reoiguiuwu vj
beating Petey Sarron.
In 1938, when Armstrong moved
ud in class, a parade of claimapts

started, t There Were New YorK
champions, : NBA-- champions and
foreign champions as the, title was

claimed nere ana were. f,
Pep TakH Over

Willie Pep, the Connecticut! J,

dancing master, straigmeneo k
out finally,:off ,a nrJAidMV t1voh Motors

by waltzing inroMgn j
wAoht 'PhU' Terranova and Sal

This time thefe U going to; be
ao such' scramble ind internation international
al international indeCisitfn.: The four best little
men in the worjd are lined up to
shoot it out. Berriosand Costa
start the ball rolling Friday night

and, although less experience",
the 24-year-old Berrios is the
choice. ...
u- haa urnn 9ft out of '27. Wltn

three knockouts." The 22-year-old
Costa has won 30 of 40, with three
vnnnirmita- It is doubtful -if either

will go all the way, Hamia being
the favorite to come out on top.
After that, the question wiU be
whether Saddler, can come back.

Hr- I ' fx
pi". 1
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Ei i 0 j&
ikp u err i
mi Jul iiOr v-t?

; ... ; .- i ; t?
Dodgers Have What It Takes
To Win 3rd Straight NL Flag

SWIMMING CHAMPS Fiv 'swimming trophies during the
recent lamboa wirnmlng meet were awarded to three bro brothers
thers brothers from Albrook Air Force Base. Alfred, John, and Jimmy
Reynolds, sons of Col. and Mrs. John N. Reynolds, Deputy
Chief of Staff for Operations, Caribbean Air Command.- Pic Pictured
tured Pictured above, left to right: Alfred, won the twelve years and
under 50-yard free style event; John took second place in the
100-yards free style for men and third place in the 50-yards
free style for men. This was his first time in competitive
swimming; and Jimmy took first, place in the fourteen years
and Under 50-yards free style class. He was also a member of
the winning relay team in the 200-yards free' style relay event
for boys fourteen years and under class. (Official USAF Photo)

y LIO H. PITIRSEN

NEW YORK,. March 20. (UP)-

The Brooklyn Dodaers aopear to

have what it takes to win the Na

tional League pennant tor the
third successive year, a feat that
hasn't been accomplished since
the St. Louis Cardinals turned
the trick 13 years ago.
Despite an assortment of ques question
tion question marks and a parcel of play players
ers players who may be past their peak,
the Dodgers have enough promis promising
ing promising youngsters to take up any
slack that may develop.
The biggest questions are:
Has catcher Roy Campanella re recovered
covered recovered from the hand injury so
he will be able to return to the

Pacific Softball League:,

SECOND HALF STANDINGS

Lou Olud Agency 5
C.N. Pan Liquido . 3
Ho&Ho 20th Inf 1

Tasco Batteries ... 1
Blatz Brewers 0

(single through th hole 1jy Bob

Wan TAttt ft wain aucibfl
won JLost ret. rtM nwit

0

2
2
2
4

1.000

"""I two runs with Pescod's bunv.
" Lane's walk and Padron's bunt!

, m me pucner, who threw wild
mini0 third bringing home two runs
"""land making the score tied at six :
apiece.
Biatu' bles then turnd Jn the i

Monday. March 25: Hq. and Lft. reUred tw0:

form which won him the league's! Hq. 20th Infantry vs Lou Gludi Hilzinppr in jirn ..ih.j'

' Next Games

Thursday, March

21.

ISTHMIAN LITTLE LEAGUE
By GILBERTO BURTON
STANDINGS, MARCH 19

Team
Conejos
Ocelots
Palomas
Pumas
Macaws
Pericos

va
l-

lVs

3

Pet GB
.800

.750
.750
.500
.200
.000

C

Conejo OutUrt Macaws S to 6

The Conejos staved off a big
six rwn inning by the Macaws in

the fifth, as time n""
"il An wo a Trvurffin of two

runs, Tuesday at the FasUlcb

BaU Park,.

The Conejos scored a run in
tk first irmin to lead one to

nothin and from there untu
the fifth it was about m tighta
aame as you could ret as rood
defensive play by both teams
kept runners away from, tne
plate, however. In the top of tne
f if tA tha Coneioa pushed across
seven runs on hits, one trf which
was a circuit clout, which was
number! two for Miller. Conejos
pitcher, flo brinr the learue to total
tal total of borne run to thirty four.

Miller 'waa handed the starting
assignment for the Conejos and
had allowed no rani on two hit
ttntn the fifth when his control
weakened and Klipoer was
brought tn-from third to, finish
the game.
McOowin got the nod for the
Macaw and had allowed one
fun on two hits until he ran in into
to into trouble in the fifth and was

relieved by E. carnran. j
The Conejos scored one in th j
first on a walk, stolen bs
a alnel by Scott: and -rv5

In the fifth on single
Thomas.-double bv Chawrtn n''
Scott, a .home run rr M11W and
ainrle by Brandon and Mc McNabb.
Nabb. McNabb. .;
The Macaws cored all
rims tn the last half of the flft

when Carrol and Chase walked..
L. Corrlran wa hit. Sttne'
walked. E. Corrlran wa af
a fielder's choice, Watt was hit
Thompson doubled and Stielaa
likf: :
- Baseball fans are mnindH
that they can sre rcrce Tne ball
irtf good sport5.Tchip. any

weekday afternon at four thir thirty,
ty, thirty, when a pair of Teener Clubs
play baseball, at the Fastlich
Baseball park. It is strongly rec recommended
ommended recommended that you come out
and see fo ryourself it's free.

The box score:

Conejos
Stewart rf ..
Chassin 2b ..
8cott cf
Miller p, lb
Kllpper 3b, p
Hern, J, lb
Williams 3b .

Brandon ss
McNabb c
Thomas If

Ab R
. 2 1

,. 2
,. 4

CroninConfirms

.... 6
;W4

Tropelco 3
Mutual of Omaha 1
Sommer'a Sparks . 2

Won Lost Avg.

...8 0 1.000

3
3
5
6
7

.687

71

.375

.143
.222

Elga ran their winning streak
to eight, games with an easy"
13-8 win over Nehl yesterday.
Although they used three pitch pitchers
ers pitchers to get through the second
frame the Elgltes recovered scor scoring
ing scoring twice in the third and five
times in the fourth to make up
for a six-run Nehl rally. H. Pa-

checo hit safely three times for
a perfect .day at the plate. My My-rle
rle My-rle and Smith shared honors on
the Nehl club each hitting 2-3.

and led his team attack with a
big 3-3 average at the plate. St.
Claire was tophitter on his club.
He, too, hit 3-3.
Score by innings:

Tropelco 201 0003
S. Sparksg 520 OOx J
The box score:

1955.

Will southpaw Johnny Podres,
star ot rooklyn's 1955 World ser series
ies series triumph, be able to pitch regu

larly despite the back injury

which caused his discharge from
the service?
Will Don Newcombe, the 27-

game winner of last season but

a World Series bust, be bothered

by the sore elbow upon which he
blamed his poor series perform

ances?
Has southpaw Karl Spooner fi

nally recovered from his arm in

jury?

Will old age catch up with Sal

Maglie, Peewee Reese, Carl Furil Furil-lo
lo Furil-lo and Campanella
Alston Vaicet Hope

Manager Walt Alston is optimis

tic on all points. He contends that
the Dodgers are stronger this year

man last, when they went down
to the final day of the season be before
fore before winning the pennant as the
Braves stumbled in their final se series
ries series of the year against the Car Cardinals.
dinals. Cardinals. He plans on using Newcombe,
Podres, Roger Craig, sophomore
Don Drysdaie as his regular start starters
ers starters with Maglie also getting a reg regular
ular regular turn during the cooler weath weather.
er. weather. For spot assignments there will
be the veteran Carl Erskine, rpokie
Fred Kinn a 20

2 1 I . ... 1 TT.1.U
;MnntreAl: unri sniithnow R a -n A v

OjKoufax, who finally has come up

wun a cnange ot pace

Score by innings:

Elga

Nehl

102 .53213 15
060 002 8 7

Offer For Score

h,

Macaw

Corrigan. L. 2h
Pearson If

Stelner If

Corlgan. E. 3b, p
Watt cf

Thompson c ....

McOowin p. 3b
tielan lb ....
Carrol rf

Lwler as

SChe t

x-Walked for Lawler In

5th.

The box score:
Eka

H. Pacheco, 2b ..
R. Evelyn, 3b
R. carew, ss
I. Barber, lb
R. Bonnick, if
A. Barber, cf
J. stennett, rf, p
S. Dyer, c
E. Hebbert, p
j. French p

. M IIIBI

Saratoga, Fla-, wirn ir, ,T jo.,,,
Unrl Manager Joe Cronln e.

Totals

Ab
3
5
4
4
4
3n
4
4
1
0
1

Tropelco Ab R .H E
C. Callender, ss

L. Nicholson 1 0 0

F. Shaw, c 0 0 0

B. Farrell, p 3 1 1 0
R. Rivas, lb 3 2 2 0
O. St. Claire, cf . . 3 3 0
E. Watson, rf 1 0 0 0
R. Smith, 2b 1 0 0 0
T. Daniels, 2b, rf ... 2 01 0
A. castellero, 3b .... 2 0 2 0
R. Flemmlngs, if ... 2 0 0 0

Totals

remaining t.wn

Monday'. Result to "torV elvin in nT ,Z
In a game of many thrills. tV wM
tie scores and arguments. Lou wo Ims ana WR1Klng two.

Olud Agency finally broke loose

in the sixth inning during Mon

day's game to overturn Cervece Cervece-ria
ria Cervece-ria Nacional Pan Liquido hopes
to tie the league leaders for first
place in this important second
half race.
Attended by a- large gather gathering,
ing, gathering, tne game was tied twice be before
fore before Glud Stars pulled through
the winning runs in the top of
the sixth' frame to nose out Pan
Liquido 9 to 7.
Lou Hllzinger, ace pitcher of
the stars and rival of Pan. Li Liquido,
quido, Liquido, pitched with blood In his
eyes to give McNair'No-hit, no no-run"
run" no-run" Lane his fourth defeat to
capture his seventh win, the
second straight over the beer beer-men.
men. beer-men. A match played with high ca

liber, Glud stars were able to
out-hit Cerveceria N a c ional

eleven to seven while Hilzinger
struck out six against Lane.'s

five.

The game's first tie score was

in the fourth when tne beermen
scored one run to the three

they acquired during the first

inning after Kostk stole home

on an attempted double steal

with Bongiorni to even Glud
Agency at- four runs. The sport sporting
ing sporting goods representatives had
accounted for their four runs in
the second and fourth innings.

TB. 4be second frame, Hllzinger

led off with Lane s first pitch

Score By Innings
Glud Agency 020 223 09 11 5
Pan Liquido 300 120 17 7 4"
The box score: '.!

Lou Glud Agency
McArthur, if
Malene, 3b
Jones, cf
Lund, ss
Lacy, rf
Hilzinger, p
Woodruff, 2b
Trout, lb
Dunn, c
Johnson, c

Ab
. 5
. 5
. 3
. 4
. 4
. 3
. 3
. 4
. 3
. 0

0
'0-3.

1.

0
0
0
1
1
3
3
0

l'l.

0 0'

34 91

C.N. Pan Liquido

...?-.,?p0?n.er'- rok,e n sending It over chance's head in

A

"ier

sensationally late in 1954 only to

come up wun a sore arm, is re

covered, he could become a start-

Alston maintains that in Clem

Labine, Don Bessent and Ed Roe

buck he has the best bullpen in

oaseoan.
Infield Still Uncertain

S. Spark Ab R
G. coulopte, cf 3. 1
L. Jimenez, lb 3 2
R. Juley. If 4 2
L. Robinson, p 3 1
E. Dabriel, c 3 0
M. Garnett, ss ..... 2 1
Grey, rf 1 0

H E'C Holgan, rf 1 0

3 OjC. Burgess, 2b 1 0

0

Only one infield spot is set big
Oil Hori0a at firit hi Rna

24 3 9 2! who is 37. orobablv will start the

: season at short with Randy Jack-
Jison at third and Charley Neal at
0 second That alignment would free
9! Junior Gilliam for the left field

If Neal falters, Gilliam will

A. Dabriel, 3rj 3

33 13 15 0

Nehl

the

SUMMARY Home run:
Miller. Two lae Pcol.
Winner. Thomnson. Strike outs:
McOowin 5. Mi'W 4. rc-rwn r

wik b: Mroowin a. MltTer 4,

KHrmer 1. left on Ms: rw-

tos 7. Mcaw 5. Umpire: Mom

nd Martin. Time of game: 1:35.

corer: Dobeon.

N. Gayle, rf
E. Blackmail, rf ..
J. Myrie, ss, 2b, c
L. Martinez, p .
0. Smith,-cf
F. Graham, If ....
R. Mason, 3b
T. Layne, lb ......
R. Williams, c
D. Myles, 2b, ss
D. Campbell, p, cf
Totals

.i.. BmA &ax confirmed to-

day that ha mad a "Mrlous sh
ffir" of 1)0C,000 fr Cleveland,
strikeout king Horb $or and,

wrtMtiMA mt a auoaastion mar mo

fabulooa offer was publicity

"I was and am definitely tori tori-uc
uc tori-uc certainly the effor was mad
in good inV Cronin told skepti skeptical
cal skeptical roportors fr gonorai mang mang-mr
mr mang-mr Hank Craanbor ct the Indian

nlrovoalod ho had rojocUd th deal,
offorod him $1,000,000 f r
1 ; ... a. l.L. Mm

.mrm mnm nn mm IV

offor to th Indians' board of di
rocWs.

"Croonborg Mid he'd give m
ring," Cronin wont n. "I didn't
expect him to say anything about

the offor. Bat, now that no ns,
it true.-'
Croonborg' sUtomont hit th
maior loagu training ito like

.nt. iiko "Bill Vock I.! $L0'Wl"Dl

Totals

24 7 9 0

PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
Second Half Standings

Lincoln Life

police
Elks 1414
Spur Cola
Seymour Arency
Gibraltar Life .

Won Lost Pet.

5
5
4
3
3
2

2
3
4
4
4
5

.715

.622
.500
.428
.428
.285

job.

take over second base.

Duke Snider, the league's home

run champion, will be in center-

field with the 35-year-old Furillo in

right. If Gilliam is needed at sec

ond, the veteran Sandy Amoros or
rookie Don Demeter; a .287 hitter

with Fort Worth last season, may
share the left field spot.
The 35-year-old Campanella will
be the No. 1 catcher if he is only a
shadow of his former self, with the
veteran Rube Walker the No. 2
man.

Police 2, Spur Cola 0

War-ran Ashtnn inrl Jnhn 7.M

" nlft nrairfd In a real old-fash

Jiioned pitching duel yesterday
afternoon at Little League Park.

22 8 7 4

Winning pitcher: Stennett.
Losing pitcher: Campbell. Um

pires: A.- Farrell, M- Orutitn.
Scorer: A. Peterkin. Time: 1:24-

ZrJZLr.lt drLmJ 5,1 standing when they faded be be-p.'
p.' be-p.' .'.dltlresplrks' nine-hit attack.for

Boston fana. peflod by the United

ProM, concadod "ilwlO sooms

awful hard to boRovo.'

Sports Briefs

Inning after inning botn
pitchers repulsed the opposition,
and the fana saw a Hne of goose
eggs on the score board. In the
final inning th rame had a
DlekMerriwell finish with Ruasy
Potter, the stellar bckston for
the Police, playing the role of
the hero. :

. Potter connected with one oi
Long John' fast halls, and the
apple sailed over the left field
fence for a tJtantlc home run.
This 1 the"1 second time Potter
beat Zelnick with a four base

blow thin season,

Until the last inning zeinicx
rave nn nnlv one hit. but In the

flnM frame 8ehatian unloaded
a double and Potter connected
for the four-bagger and two
nina.

The winning olvher, Ashton.1

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UP) -Jim pIL-i.r""
Lhrnor. t Uiiinni Sl.f- .nH KObUlSOTJ led hiS OWB

Gerry Calvert of Kentucky today

were named to tn East squad for

. k. v wt- r-i I An

Sur college basketball gam here

March 25. Curtis Jenson of Utah
and Cal Grosacup of Tulane were
added to tbe West team.

TH

DUTY

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BOSTON CUP-Tbe Bostoa Celt
ica, with Tommy Heinsoba sew sewing
ing sewing 23 points, scored aa easy, 121 121-73
73 121-73 victory over a sanad of New

England college basketball
Sunday at Boston Garden.

Pitcher Robinson proved hard
to beat In the very last inning
wben he bad been touched for
two hit' and everybody "waa
rooting for a big Tropelco rally.

Robinson tossed 12 offering to,pltched shutout, baU an the way.
the plate and walked disdainful- nd wa, mMte- of the ltuHon
ly off boasting three consecu-Lt Me a Jerit

uve raeoui ana me game. !n 4h- firM frm when

aeiense.ci.rfrnhra- rnlir!tM ainrle

with io strikeouts to hi credit .nil wntuaTU advance to hlrd

but Ash ton put on tbe

Sports Shorts

TAMPA? Fla. (UP) Owner
Calvin Griffith and Manager Char Charley
ley Charley Dressen of the Washington
Senators huddled today on wheth whether
er whether to accept the Chicago White
Sox' offer of five players for first

baseman Roy Sievers and catch

er Clint Scrap Iron )Courtney.
The Sox proposed the deal Sun Sunday
day Sunday niglu after rejecting an ear earlier
lier earlier Senators1 offer of Sievers and
Courtney for outfielder Minni
Minoso, the speedy -31 hitter.
NEW YORK (UP) Coach
Frank McGuire whose North Car Carolina
olina Carolina Tat Heels set an all-time
coDege record of 30 straight vic

tories in a single season, Sunday
bight accepted the United Press
trophy symbolic of tbe 1956-57 na national
tional national basketbaD championship.
Tbe trophy, voted to North Car Carolina
olina Carolina by tbe United Press Board
of Coaches, was displayed on a
nationwide television program
E4 Sullivan-CBS). i

aeatn

Summer Tan, the thoroughbred nd left the mound nnaca'hed.
who carries Mrs. John W. Gal- He chalked vn 10 strikeouts

breath' racing colors, has been! raat tbe Snurs

withdrawn from next Saturday's
Gtufstream Park Handicap bo-

cans Trainer Sberrill Ward be believe
lieve believe th hone it not ia condi

tion to make hi best showing

?'TT,-pt.r, n. (tT)

AUGUSTA. G. (UP) The

starsiMatters golf tournament at Au

gusta Country Club will be tele
vised by CBS, April S--7, begin-'

The win for the Police nap-

oed a tain streak for the first
half chamm. and out them on on-fv
fv on-fv one half gam ont of first
rjlace for the second half bunt bunting.
ing. bunting.
The box score:

Pole

Ah R
, 2.

Ash ton p 3
Sebastian rf ........... 3
Potter e 3
Prleter lb 1

RUey cf r
Darden If v 2
Wilder 2b 2
Catron 3b 2'

Total

21 2 3

Spar Cla

Bowen 3b 3
Albritton lb 3

Bradshaw cf 2

Zelnick p 3

Starkenberg ss 3

Mounts tf a

Mikulich. 2b 3'
Whitney e 2
Walker rf 2

A

deep centerfield for a triple
then Woodruff tried the squeeze

nlay act which Lane got smart

to and held the ball, making all
runners safe. After two outs In

row. McArthur then singled

home the runners on a "Texas

leaguer" over short to bat in

Glud weel needed runs.

JumDing ahead bv one ln the

ton of the fourth. the Stars a-

eam scored two runs nn two

hit including Woodruff's homer
o left- center while Pan Tmiido
helned with three ?-hAii
wild rtitch and a wild throw by
Cilin.

De t M"ter nd his stars re

turned in the fifth to .""ore two
mo'e run on wa'k to F"idnger

and Woodruff and a two run

Ostera, If .
Stock, 2b -.
Chance, cf

cariin, ss

Pescod, lb 3

Lane, p
Padron, 2b. If
Camplse. rf .
Kosik. 3b
Bongiorni, c .,

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Umpires: Marv Metheny and
Brickhouse. Scorer: Henry Clark.

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P.O. Box 3190 Panama Citf
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say Magsaysay emerged as a key man in A A-siaiand
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The complete list of flew books
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NON-FICTION The Rules of
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FBI Story, Whitehead; United
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TV' and Electronics as a Career,
Kamen; Fame-Tit American Ships,
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Scheduled to appear on the show
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daughter father-daughter acrobatic team of Joa Joa-ouin
ouin Joa-ouin and Bella, song-stylist Icilda
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Rascombe and oter. The Victor
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Members of the club will also
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the regular monthly competi competition.
tion. competition. The competition subject
will be "Wind and Water" and
club ribbons are awarded to the
winning photographs. Final
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photographic field trip over a
portion of the Las Cruces trail
on Sunday, March 24.
The meetine will be held In
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FOR SALE: Concrete mixer,
good mechanical condition
For information telephone 2 2-3892
3892 2-3892 or 3-6684.
FOR SALE: Pair beautiful
brown and white Inborn calf calfskin
skin calfskin shoes with matching bag
Size 5 1-2 B. Price for set
$14.00. Phone 83-2139.
FOR SALE: 10 key adding
machine (Remington Rand),
hand operated, $85.00. Royal
typewriter, $45. Apply Sander
and Co. S.A. 12 Tivoli Avenue.
Telephone 2-3883.
L. F. GARCIA, first class pia piano
no piano Tuners and technician Call
Baldwin Agency. Phones: 3 3-4947,
4947, 3-4947, 3-0672. Edificio Lux, 34th
street, Panama.
FOR SALE: Bed and mat.
tress for youth, $17.50. Bicycle,
$10.00. House 5184-A Parton
street. Telephone 2-3455, Dia Diablo.
blo. Diablo. Thursday 3 to 7 p.m.
FOR SALE: Tape Record Record-er.
er. Record-er. Reasonably priced. Phone
83-5146.
FOR SALE: Furniture due
to trip: bedroom, livingroom,
dining room sets, kitchen, e e-lectrical
lectrical e-lectrical accessories, car, bi bicycle.
cycle. bicycle. 14th Avenue Apt. 11.
Telephone 2-3955.
General
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX

Youthful Paratrooper Can Qualify
As Master Jumpers At Kobbe Annual

Youthful DaratrooDeri can- aua-
lify as master jumpers at the an annual
nual annual Fort Kobbe spring carnival,
March 29-31,. chairman Mrs. Bet Betty
ty Betty Rose announced today.
Each youngster who completes
as jump from the junior jump
will be presented a certificate
from the Junior Airborne Assn.,
naming him a "Junior Chute Chute-Man."
Man." Chute-Man." For additional jump a star
will be added to the certificate.
When the Junior Chute-Man has
five stars, he will become a mas master
ter master jumper and "master" will be
inscribed on the certificate. Com Company
pany Company A, 20th Infantry will operate
the towef.
The carnival will be held from
5 p.my to 10 p.m., on March 29,
30 and 31 in Hangar No. 3 at Fort
Kobbe.
All units of the 20th Infantry at
Fort Kobbe, the 937th Engineer
Co., 544th MP Platoon, 551st Engi Engineer
neer Engineer Co., and the USARCCARIB
Aviation Detachment have agreed
to sponsor booths.
Among features of the carnival
are tank rides, pony rides, a ham
and turkey booth, miniature rail railroad
road railroad rides, movies, aircraft inspec inspection,
tion, inspection, dart games, wheels of
chance, bingo, water pistol and
sling shot marksmanship and pin pin-ball
ball pin-ball arcades.
There will be soft drinks, cot cotton
ton cotton candy, hot dogs and hambur hamburgers
gers hamburgers and home-made pies arid
cakes.
Cub Scouts, Brownies, Boy and
Girl Scouts, the NCO Wives' Club,
the Offiiers wives' Club, Little
League, Teen-Age Club, Riding
Natural History
Society Will Hear
LI. Col. Clodell
At the 262nd meeting of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal Natural History So Society,
ciety, Society, to be held Wednesday
March 27, at the Gorgas Memorial
Laboratory. Panama City, at 8
p.m. the periods of construction,
destruction, reconstruction and a-
bandonment of Fort San Lorenzo
will be traced by means of an Il Illustrated
lustrated Illustrated talk.
Lt. Col. Leroy M. Glodel, who
has done extensive research on
early Spanish fortifications In the
Americas, will make the commen
tary, assisted by the color camer
as of Miss Elizabeth Mars li ana
William Morgan Kosan. The color
slides to be shown will include un unusual
usual unusual photomacrographs, tdefoto
and aerial shots of great docu-
menUrr interest-

Some of the artifacts uncover- Greek Orthodox spiritual leader of
ed daring r e e e t excavation. Cyprus wow In exile in "the Spy Spy-such
such Spy-such as bayonets, trigger mecha- belle Islands in the. Indian O O-nisms,
nisms, O-nisms, bar shot, grenades, O.cean to make a public statement
sizes and types of cannon balls, "calling for the cessation of viol viol-etc.,
etc., viol-etc., will be on display. Unco by EOKA."
Because the. subject of thisj

lectore Is of much interest rocairy.i
. U will hA MM IA Til
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of
be accompanied by a group of
boys.
Meuoa Didier will aerve.as flow-.
biH ini Jaime Scales al
mm bearer, with Redvera Mark-
fa,. east m WS erl aW ft MrimMiM.
Tickets will be available at the
oor, wbicf win ope a T:30 y m.

"H" STREET, PANAMA LIBREKIA

Home Articles
FOR SALE:-1 Electric stove,
Apt,... size. 1 automatic wash-'
ing machine 40 cycle. Phone
Balboa 2-1538.
FOR SALE: 195 21 .r inch
television set with antenna.
Price $140.00. Phone Albrook
86-4293. f
FOR SALE: Gas stove, goo4
condition. $45.00. Carrasquilla
380, room IT. Call Balboa 2109.
FOR SALE: Large Chinese
chest, $35. Call Balboa 1723,
1556-B, Balsa St.
Studious Sessions
Prevail In Heavy
Mortar Company
There is a studioui calm about
the Heavy Mortar Company of the
20th Infantry Regiment tneie
niizhts as the men and their com
manding officer. Capt. Marion JBJ
ZouicoUer, retire to their new stu:
dy room. It Is part of their pro program
gram program of self-improvement.
The new study room, along with
a new classroom, was construct
ed because a larse number of
men in the company are taking
courses through the Army Educa
tion Center at Fort Kobbe. The
new rooms are equipped With flour flour-escen
escen flour-escen lighting, blackboards, and
in the classroom a movie, screen.
While study in such fields' as so sociology
ciology sociology ; mathematics, 1 business
law. and auto-mechanics progress,
es, one of the first results of this
environment will be realized in
June as Capt. Zollicoffer recieves
his baccalaureate degree.
Club, and the buccaneer Flying
Club will operate booths.
Both children's and adult prizes
will be given away, Mrs. Rose ex explained.
plained. explained. The grownups' prizes will
be given at booths which eater to
the older set.
Management Forum
Elects Officers
For Coming Year
The Management Forum held
its first election of officers at a
meeting last night, at the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company's Training
Center, Balboa.' Elected to office
were Lawrence Barca, Jr., presi president;
dent; president; William S. Wigg, vice vice-president;
president; vice-president; and Stephen A. Bis Bis-sell,
sell, Bis-sell, secretary-treasurer.
The Forum was founded sev several
eral several months ago by a group of
United States Government em employes
ployes employes in the Canal Zone to in increase
crease increase their knowledge of man management
agement management and supervisory prob problems
lems problems and techniques. Learning
is fostered by case studies, role
playing, round table discussions,
lectures from qualified speakers,
and movies on pertinent sub subjects
jects subjects Forum programs for the rest
of the-year will be chosen by
the members at a business
meeting at the Training center
on April 2.
Britain Wants
Makarios To Call
For Peace In Cyprus
LONDON, March 20 (UP) Brit Britain
ain Britain announced officially today it
is ready to release Archbishop
Makarios from exile if he will pub
licly call for an end to anti-Bnt-ish
violence in Cyprus.
Colonial secretary Alan Lennox Lennox-Boyd,
Boyd, Lennox-Boyd, replying to the week -old
offer of a truce by the pro-Greek
Cypus EOKA underground group,
said the government will accept
mediation by North Atlantic Trea Treaty
ty Treaty Organization machinery in the
thorny Cyprus dispute.
Lennox Boyd told Commons he
i asking Archbishoo Makarios,
-tf wc hope, be mades a
1
this effect,"
a new situav
clear niiciucui w
Lennox Boyd said.
jtion b
"In
have been created.
" wa evem. w aw
T'TEu TZuZ ik th. Sevt
U an end hu dVention in the Sey-
cneiies.
But Lennox
Boyd added that
there would
be "no' quest Km at
this atafe" of allowing Makanos to
retura to Cyprus.

FRECIADO Street No. tt AGENCIAS

SERVICES
Volume Is allowing us to con continue
tinue continue service calls for $2.50 un until
til until further notice. Same : day
service at home. U.S. Televi Television,
sion, Television, telephone 2-4616.
V

AIRBORNE GLOBETR6TTERS Bfc. Allan Kelley, Company E .325 Airborne Infantry,
gazes wistfully at a sign pointing to Fayette vllle, N.C., white Pvt. Paul K. Sullivan,, medical
aid man in Company E,;; jokingly, suggesu bumming ride by tscooter to the stamping
grounds of membera of -the 82nd Airborne Division. -These men arc undergoing Jungle war.
fare, training along with the entire Second Battalion, 'at the Jungle. Warfare Training Cen Center,
ter, Center, Fort, Sherman, Canal Zone. They will ba in Panama until the end- ol April before r r-turnlng
turnlng r-turnlng to Fort Bragg. ; ,t

Junior College
News
. By LIf COTTON
"Friday night is the night oi the
big swimming party at. Albrook.
The affair starts at 7. o'clock
S.A. free, "guests pay a quarter.
There will be. refreshments and
entertainment,; so we oughtta
ha ve a good turnout. .
The entertainemerit is going to
be quite .different from anything
you've sees before, with some ge genuine
nuine genuine clowns trying to kill them themselves
selves themselves for ithe sake of tv laugh.
What with Coach Brown's awiin awiin-tiling
tiling awiin-tiling classes, all the boys oughtta
be out trying for extra credit.
At long last, the members of
the Yearoook staff can breathe -a
long sigh of relief. Monday morn morning,
ing, morning, the yearbook was sent to
piess, all sections cuinplutd. With
this out of the way Nink can go
back to mooning over AJaj jLndd.
this ; is- no oraiuary crusn runa
has on -the movie stac it's lasted
for 12
ya!
years!. Just goes to show
DAWN'S EARLY LIGHT DEPT:
Wonder ..where Dave Hilliard got
that new expression, "Smashing,
wot?" Joe Wood says that he
missed seeing Jayne Mansfield in
a bathing suit in her recent mo movie
vie movie She came on in one scene a
tight dress, and he fainted. By
the time he woke up, the bathing
suit acene was over. Aww, too
bad Inside Dope: Jerry Hal Hal-sail
sail Hal-sail and Fred Raybourne were
seen at the Balboa High 'School
ROTC Field Night, and according
to reports, were much impressed
by the drilling and marching.
Probably wished they could go
out and take part in the ceremoni ceremonies.
es. ceremonies. Problem: A bottle, thrown
from a window, falls about 40
feet. After it hits,' bow high will
it bosnce? (Hint: the type of Bot Bottle
tle Bottle is unimportant) Answer: I
dent know, but Ray Nickisher
docs.
I don't know whether this s a
reflection on JC boy, but three
IC girls have" oroken tneir less
wi'tiin the past two months. Bt-v
Poyett was fcrrt, Margaret Star.
Ci-ck was second, and tow Emily
Wilkinson is hobbling around or.
crutches. Weil, you know the old
saving, "Frailty, uiv aame- is
woman' (from Shaw's, "Pygma "Pygma-Lm").
Lm"). "Pygma-Lm").
JC athletes have a track meet
oi Friday afternoon.. Volunteers
wishing to kelp out as scorers,
tin era, judges, etcetera, etcet-ra.
evetera, may flood Coach Brown
vjth their offers. JC has a govl
chance ol taking the meet, espe-
ciat'y in the shot put, it6 Cner Cner-ley
ley Cner-ley Morris, and the-distance jump
with Joe Cicero.
Well, gotta go. See ya next week.
(Thanksgiving Mass
A hieh miti of thanksgiving
wUl be sung at 8t Paul'a church
next Tuesday morninr; at 6 a.m.,
in observance of the 25th wed wed-ritn
ritn wed-ritn annlversarr of Mr. and
iMrs. Edwin FUher.

WANTED: Experienced talesmen-sale
direct to offices and
homes.- must bring references.
Apply to 3 p.m. Tropicana,
4th of July Ave. '
POT
WANTED'' TO BUYj Houses on on-Taboga
Taboga on-Taboga Island giving price to :
JIP..F. box 1620, Balboa.
in.
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LT. GEN. ROBERT M. MONTAGUE, (left), commander--ih-chtef,
Caribbean Command, and 1st Lt. Jerome F. Hagan,
(right). 20th Infantry Regiment, Fort Kobbe, chat over an
issue of an Army publication during the dinner held recently
at the Fort Clayton Officers' Club 4o celebrate the 155th an anniversary
niversary anniversary of the Army. The dinner was attendad by. approx approximately
imately approximately 82 graduates of he United States Military Academy
at West Point and was ,one of several functions scheduled to
help commemorate Armed Forcej Day last Saturday.
" j (U.S.-Army Photo)

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SUPPLIES for the coming Jewish Passover season for U.'S.
military personnel In Rio de Janeiro were recently loaded
aboard a C-54 at Albrook Air Force Base by Capt. Edward -D,.
Morris,- MATS Liaison Officer at Albrook; Rabbi Nathan Wilkin,-Head
of JWB Service Center and Auxiliary Air Fore
Chaplain;- and Chaplain Volffht M. Sink, chaplain. Caribbean
Air Command. Passover supplies will also be sent to U-S.
- nersonnel In other Latin American countries.
v. , ., x (Official USAF.rboto)

ADD (SraDDDOWLin

For theVlUmate in Clean e Cool
.. NOW! t STORES ..

VIA ESPASA
' ft 45th St.
BeUa Vista

Boats & Motors j
' FOR- SALE: 14' boat, 7.S H.P.
' 55 Mod. Evinruda, trailer,, ae
' cesories, first $200.00 takes all.
.Call Menchaca, Duty, 86-2165,-home
86-6176
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'FOR SALE; dat,' 14' run.
-about. -But offer. Telephone
8,7296. . 11
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COMPANY-GOVERNMENT officials and insurance representatives shown meeting in. the board
S of the Administration BUildinK at Balboa Heights during a discussion of a simplified
Kite entrance procedure for Company-Government employe members of the new Group
wSriMiSnce Plan prom left to right are Lt. Col. D. C. Burke, assistant to the Health
MSS, president of the Group Realth Insurance Board; John P. Boler,
of Mutual home office; and Andrew M. Wright, general agent.

Red Tape For Hospital Admission Being Cut
For PC Employes With Group Health Insurance

Plans for simplifying hoospital
entrance procedures to be follow followed
ed followed by Company-Government em employes
ployes employes who have been enrolled as
members of the employe Group
Health Insurance Plan were dis discussed
cussed discussed at a meeting held this
week, and attended by the Pres President
ident President of the Group Health Insur Insur-the
the Insur-the Insurance Company and the
Health Bureau, and the Company Company-Government
Government Company-Government liaison representative
to the Board.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
is prepared by tne Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydro graph i c
Branch of the Panama Canal
Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 93 82
Low 72 75
HUMIDITY:
High 89 89
Low 42 72
WIND:
(max. mph) NW-19 N-14
RAIN (inches) 0 0
WATER TEMP.:
(Inner harbors) 74 83
BALBOA TIDES
THURSDAY, MARCH 21
HIGH
7:35 a.m.
7:51 p.m.
LOW
1:18 a.m.
1:39 p.m.
XBELLA VISTAX
AT 9 P.M.
PRICES: .75 AO

S N E A K
PREVIEW
THE MOST DELIGHTFUL PICTURE OF THIS
AND MANY YEARS! A GREAT FILM EVENT
IN THE MAGNIFICENT TRADITION OF ALL
-THE SNEAKS AT THE BELLA VISTA! .

TOMORROW

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Lt. Col. D. C. Burlce, Assistant
to the health Director, John P.
Boler, manager Franchise Depart-meni-Mutuai
s home otlice, An Andrew
drew Andrew M. Wright, general agent,
Robert Van Wagner, president,
Group Health Insurance Board,
have agreed upon a simpl proc proc-dure
dure proc-dure so designed as to eliminate
undue delay in admitting members
to Canal Zone hospitals.
Only one form is to bt lignad
by the employe-member at the
tim of admission to hospital.
This is a combined authority for
th hospital to give necessary
irtvtrm arinn frA tn iMUirAllCA

ance company regarding illness Spsident of Colon, died this morn morn-involved
involved morn-involved and for assignment of 'g in the Amador Guerrero Hos Hos-company
company Hos-company regarding nines in- t tal after a long illness,
vowed and for assignment ot The 73-year-old Mr. Bruno, who
insurance, benefits, the signa- hid been a member of Court At At-ture
ture At-ture authorizes the Insurance i ntic A.O.F,, since 1929, will be
Company to pay the hospital I iried Friday afternoon at Mount
bills witnout complicated prce- ope Cemetery, following funeral
dures. One other short form i-i ervices which will be held at 2:30
typed and signed by the adm't- f m. in the Weslyan Methodist
ting clerk. This identified the 'lurch.
patient and provides essential in- Mr. 'Bruno is survived by his
formation for hospital and insur- ildren, Joseph, Violet, Irolme
ance company records. id Allie, and three grandchil-
Tlie required 50 percent enroll-
mest of the eligible Company-

Government employes has been
surpassed. The plan is now in o o-peiauon
peiauon o-peiauon on a non-selective basis
for approximately 7000 employes
and H is anticipated that, t h t s
number will reach 7,500 by March
Jo, the closing date for the enroll enrollment,
ment, enrollment, period.
cEmpiOyes now on regular leave
or di;'y status may enroll on a

non ..ective basis if their app'i fService Centers, and Storehous Storehous-cations
cations Storehous-cations are neceived within 30 es and problems of these opera opera-caiendar
caiendar opera-caiendar days after their return to tions were discussed yesterday aft-

duty.
New employes may enroll nn a
non-selective basis if their appli-
TODAY
From 1:00 to 9:00 p.m.
"EXECUTIVE SUITE"
PRICES: Until 5:00 p.m.
0.60 0.30
Watckior
flew
oontinenUI

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cations are received within 30 cal calendar
endar calendar days from date of employment.

Employes, eligible to enroll with
in stated enrollment period and
who do not avail themselves of
the opportunity to do so, may
the future, make application on
selective basis.
Georgius Bruno
Dies; Funeral
Friday Afternoon
ueorgius Bruno, a Grenadan

2 Consul f ants to Spend Week Here Reviewing
Present And Future Commissary Operations

Present and future operations of
the Panama Canal Commissaries,
ernoon by representatives of these
units with two representatives of
the Chicago firm of management
consullanis, A. T. Kearney a Co.,
who are spending a week in the
Canal Zone.
The two consultants are War.
ren Bailey, a partner in the
management coosulUnt firm for
14 years, and Kenneth Bock, an
associate partner. Bailey ha
been in consulting work for 31
years; during this period he
spent three years as a consult consultant
ant consultant to the Canadian Government
and has had consulting assign assignments
ments assignments with various U. S. and
State administrations. He is a
former Comptroller of the Frue Frue-hauf
hauf Frue-hauf Trailer Company and a
consulting accountant.
Block has been with the A. T.
Kearney and Co. firm for, 8Vi
years. He specializes in long-range
planning and cost reduction. A
Certified Public Accountant and a i
registered Industrial Enzineer he
holds degrees from the 'Jniversity
of Minnesota and the Massashu Massashu-setti
setti Massashu-setti Institute of Technology and
a Master's Degree in Business Ad-

SANTA CRUZ THEATER
THURSDAY 5:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.

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ADMISSION

DAVE CONSTABLE Master of Ceremonies
A VARIETY SHOW OF DANCING.
ARTISTIC, ROCK N ROLL, AND SONGS!

Hunting Forbidden
During Maneuvers
Until April 17
Du to military maneuvers,
hunting is prohibited during the

period which began yestemay:ed by tne memDer .01 ine Jrana?
until April 17, in the Canal Zone 'ma Riding School.

west of Gatun Locks, including
the Fort Sherman military res
ervation, it was announced to today
day today by Headquarters, U.S. Army
Caribbean. ;
Thiv notion is nuthnrittpd bv
t.ho nana! Zone Government be-

cause of training currently inith the best of that group

progress in the area.
White Citizens'

Death Of Kasper's Co-Defendant

YOKNAPATAWPHA COUNTY,
March 20 tUP) Segregation
campaigner John Kasper ,says
his White Citizens Councils will
investigate the death of his eo eo-defendant
defendant eo-defendant in federal contempt
charges filed after a second
wave of racial violence at Clin Clinton,
ton, Clinton, Tenn.
John Gates, 41, a cafe owner
at Clinton, was found dead in
his bunk yesterday morning at
Eastern State Mental Hospital
in Knoxville, Tenn. Dr. Herbert
Pope, Senior staff physician,
said he died of notural eauses.
Kasper, visiting in Wetumpka.
Ala announced the aeam win
be investigated by his Seaboard
Citizens Council of Washington,
DC, and the Tennessee Coun Council,
cil, Council, of which he is executive
secretary.
Kasper Is subject to arrest by
U.S. marshals If he appears at
Knoxville, where contempt citap
t.inn for him and Gates were
issued Feb. 25 by federal district
Judge Robert L. Taylor.
Federal authorities have re refrained
frained refrained from amending the ar arrest
rest arrest 'order to make Kasper a
fugitive subject to arrest any anywhere,
where, anywhere, pending oral arguments
scheduled for May 2.
Kasper was sentenced to a
year in prison on an earner
contempt charge and Is free un under
der under an appeal bond.
Gates, ireea on ouuu, later
asw rearrested ior smasning
ministration from the University
nf Michiean
They arrived by plane from Chi Chicago
cago Chicago early yesterday morning. Aft After
er After a brief orientation tour on the
Pacific side, they met with repre representatives
sentatives representatives of the three Supply and
Employe Service Bureau divisions
Mother Of Zone
Quarantine Chief
Dies In Gorgas
Mrs. Alice O. Osterberg, who
has been visiting with her son
and daughter-in-law Dr. and
Mrs. Eric R. Osterberg, of An-
con, died this morning in oor oor-gas
gas oor-gas Hospital after a brief ill illness.
ness. illness. She was 73 years old.
A native of Sweden, Mrs.
Osterberg was a naturalized
United States citizen and mde
her home in New Jersey and
Miami Flu Rhe was a freouent
visitor to the Canal Zone,
where her son is chief of the
division of preventive medicine
and Quarantine.
Funeral services will be an
nounced later
The "DANNY
BISHOP SHOW"
Featuring
"SPARKY & PLUGGY"
with
JOAQUIN & BELLA
RAQUEL ASSUE
LOS CIENFUEGUEROS
LOLX JIMENEZ
ICILDA BASCOMB
SPARK & DEAREST
JEAN & PAISLEY
All Seats 25c.

Peca, command-
Clayton, and Mrs.1
ins officer. 'Fort
Feca were ; nonorea ..sunaay eve
nns at a special horse show at
I arm an Fields Fort Clayton, stag
Miss Bunnv Mausert. eight-year-
1H dauehter of Lt. Col. and Mrs
.yerson N. Mausert, was the star

Col.. Peter S

f the show, in six monms un- j 01 jnereaetn iNaudts, Jan wal wal-y
y wal-y has graduated from the begin-kr and Marian Brown executed

er s to tne auvanceu ciass uu
i ade her jumps Sunday
mgni
Members of the advanced class
Council To Probe

inwdows at the school.. Police TSS' &tS'
said he asked to be committed mm and Mrs- Hightqwer. ;
to the mental institution after .m.
tJ,,i trvinir Win himsplf in M501116 of -the .. jumps were exe exe-twice
twice exe-twice trying to kill nimsen ute(J riding .1andem two girlg
Ja inn one horse with their arms out-
ivKild" sSSale of the show wa,
lence and the death "'absolutely f tW;JrfG"t J"?ck 0i
was not.self-ihflicted." Ners wh
: r. 1 ; v I Lt, Col. Wendell P. Knowles was

Skindiving Club
Postpones Tourney
Due To Bad Wafer

ts,. .nrtii ,,r.onini e8s or Sunday night"? show. F.
teS". Rudesheim is the school's dt

weekend by El Panama SKin-nv-
lng Club has Deen indefinitely
postponed, it was announced to
day.
Water conditions which make
fishing very poor are responsi responsible
ble responsible for the' postponement, an
official of the club announced.
He stressed that the tourna tourna-rasnt
rasnt tourna-rasnt has not been cancelled.
Many of the arrangements have
already been completed.
As soon as underwater con
ditions improve, the tourna tournament
ment tournament will be re-scheduled.
in the Board Room at Balboa
Heights for K briefing on opera operations
tions operations and future plans, with illus illus-rated
rated illus-rated charts showing he work of
the various units, costs, manpow manpower,
er, manpower, etc.
The briefing lead to a comment
by Block that it was "one of the
finest" he had ever attended.
T. G. Relihan, of the Commissa Commissary
ry Commissary staff, has been assignnd to
work with the consultants cunnj
their "stay here. They will spend
tomorrow on the Atlantic side, in
specting warehousing and commis commis-sfiy
sfiy commis-sfiy and service center facilities.
The two Chicago sonsul'ants
ere the latest to come here in
line with the present Company.
Government program. Under
this program, experts in vari vari-cu
cu vari-cu fields are being asked to giv
independent views on the over overall
all overall operations and needs for
tome years to come.

SHOWS: 2:57 4:13 5:50 7:27 9:04 0.75 0.40
She knew she was signing his own; death
warrant when she pulled the trigger!...

"PLEASE
MURDER
ME"

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HORSES JUMP TO

lade three-and-a-half, and four-'
nd-a-half foot jumps including!
sail ana sate lumps Toe v were
Maxine and Mimi Conover. GaDV
- Fredericks, Linda Malonc "lancy
askbw, Janice scott, 'tfu i Mau
ecrt,- Pat McLendon anu Dody
Jioses,
The intermediate class compos-
j uu-jv ui uireeana-a-naii ; ieet,
wciuaing wau ana gate jumps.
Two bar iumos demonstrated
1 .e skill of the beginner's class
vnose memners are Sally Hill,
Kathy Knowles Phyllis Warner,
vanuy anaerson, jiatny Lavallee,
Pamela Rowe,' Susan" Schlatter,
taughter ot Air Force Brig. Gen.
li;irif F hi a ft or j T.I UJ
quarters, Caribbean Command,
;nd Mrs Schlatter. and J u H
O ww-vw, V M, UGaU-
Hightower.i daughter of Brig. Gen.
louis V. Hiehtower. demitv com-
jmge tor tne1 show. No prize
ere awarded; however,, scores
ortained count "the School's next
I 10W. '.
' The 79th Army Band provided
juusic for the show.
Miss tuart Black well of War War-enton,
enton, War-enton, Vs., is a riding instructor
or the School and was instruc
ctor.
Col. and Mrs. Peca are leaving
he command in June.

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Ct)L. PETER S. PECA, commanding officer, Tort Clayton, and Mrs. Peca (both At right) con congratulate
gratulate congratulate Candy Anderson for her part in the Panama Riding School's horse show held in
the Peca's honor last Sunday night at Jarman Field, Fort Clayton. At left are Mr. and Mrs.
F. S. Rudesheim. Rudesheim is director of the school (U.S. Army Photo)

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EIGHT-YEAR-OLD feUNNY MAUSERT, daughter of Lt.t Col.
and Mrs. Ryerson N. Mausert, takes a high JumjV The horgt
show was staged by the Panama Riding Sphool. In six months
Bunny was graduated from the beginner's to the advanced
class and Sunday night made her jumps with the best of that
class. (U.S. A'rmy Photo A

CENTRAL

SHOWS: 1:08 1:05 5:03
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6:15 and 9:00 p.m.
Berry Fred
HUTTON A5TAIRE
"LETS DANCE"
In TECHNICOLOR!

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