The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
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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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; MORE TOURIST FLITES
HOMEWARD VIA
CANADIAN
WUISXCY
w "Let the people know the truth and the country U Htfiir-ZAbryVMplnt
TEN CENTS
2od I EAR
v PANAMA, R. t., SUNDAY, APBIL 7, 1957

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Hung

48
s.

Suicide

Try

anans

Since US

BanOnlmmigration

VIENNA, Austria, April 6 (UP) At least 48 Hun.

! garian Refugees hav attempted suicide in Austrian camps .-.
since learning that immigration teethe' United States ha
been topped it was reported today.
A representative, of t the Catholic 'Caritas" Mission
I reported the figure at an emergency meeting of, foreign
voluntary relief agencies working in Austria. "1
- v The meeting was .called to map measures to cope
with'crowded "conditions In the camps and. speed' up the.
.transfer of, refugees 'out of the country. i
.l "The Carita representative said most-of those who
tried to Icili themselves have relatives in the United States
whom they wanted to join.' ( '.., '

Archbishop Mkarios ; Ends Exile
On Island;: Sails; For Madagascar

MAHE, Seychelles. Islands, A A-pni
pni A-pni 6-(UP)f-r-Greek Cypnot
Archbishop Makarios ended 13
months oi British exile on this
v Indian'- Ocean 4sland today and
sailed tor Madagascar ; on ; his
way to Athens. --'
Makarios left Aboard the super
tanker Olympic Thunder,' owned
1 by shipping magnate Aristotle
Onassis. He will land at Tamat Tamat-wva,
wva, Tamat-wva, Madagascar, and -.fly txom
there tq Nairobi, where he ex-
- pectslo arrive Wednesday night.
- FromUairobi Jie wW go on to
Athens. t 'f.ri

A trilliarituri.ih6ne onlassy
waters of the bay here as Maka Maka-,
, Maka-, rios s and iiis party boarded a
-- launch for the; A0raxa.ut9 '-run.
to the tanker, '-v : v :. :
"I hope I will aoon he on tree

' Cyprus ,sollt'jie saidr ";;'''-"
In freelnf Makarios from ex--.
. ile,: the British old him he
' was free to go anywhere jt
" eept f homo to Cyprus, the
. Mediterranean Island where he.
is the spiritual and political.!
leader of the large Greek MS
- ment of th population which
' seeks V freedom", from Britain' Britain'-and
and Britain'-and union. with Greece, '-'".fe.
The tall, lla,ickbearded Arch Archbishop
bishop Archbishop of the Greek Orthodox
Church was exiled in Marcfrol
"last year after he refused to de-,
nounc. the use of violence by
the Cypriot underground In his
drive for Independence y from

Britain.

Egypt Planning
Big Conference
To Discuss Suez

' CAIRO,' April 6 (UP) The
government newspaper Al Com Com-houria
houria Com-houria said today Egypt has a a-weed
weed a-weed ta an International con conference
ference conference in Geneva to discuss the
Suez Canal dispute.

The newspaper said delegates

from 15 nations, not including

Israel, would be invited to the
conference. U.N. Secretary Gen

eral Da Hai&marskjold was to
be chairman. !, ;

(In London. iBritisn oniciais

said thev had no knowledge of
any Egyptian agreement to uch

a conference;.
Al Gomhourla said "Yester "Yesterday.
day. "Yesterday. Egypt took another step for
the preservation of world peace.
She agreed to convocation of a

conference at Genevas under

Hammarsk1old presidency to be

attended bv delegates or la na

tions, excluding Israel, to discuss

the Suez Canal issue.

- There' have beert persistent
reports in the Enwtian press
durina the Inst lew days that
there would be a Geneva con
ference. But there has been no
official confirmation.-

The independent newspaper Al
Akhabar first carried the report
under a Geneva dateline. Some
observers here considered the re

ports as trial balloons
tin. Assistant Secretary 3en

eral Ralph Bunche left for, the
United States today to report to
his boss on the: success of the
U.N. emergency force in prevent

Discharged Sergeant

SaysSuperiors;
Knci The Score

, SHELBY.N.C- (UP) A 'former

Arm v serceant disciplined for his

part in aTecruiUng scandal at Ung ft new Middle East conflict.

unanoue nas ciamea 4ra Army
officials were aware of what was
going on.- ;i-'A :4
$;K,i ;,Di Green wa one- of 'iine
non-commissioned officers disci-

nlined. He wa's reduced fFom ei

scant before his v. discharge last.

week. ''''"".';'' ')'' r- .:-''vi:
,Catwi Thomas -S. Nelson, 'com

mandine officer- of' the recruiting

office, wa fined $150, relieved of

bis command and reprimanded.

ureen jsaia inursaay mat, re recruiters
cruiters recruiters id Western North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina -coached prospective enlistees

with the full knowledge of offi

cials in-Atlanta headquarters. He

said the Charlotte station "fully

condoned" the practice of, helping
youths e ra m for enlistment ex

ams. s -ryi' ',.

Green -said lie was givea a pho

tostatic, copy of the test by is
superiors; He said, he did not re

ceive, a copy of the answers

He -said recruiters also 'were

told to obtain copies of the Sears;

Roebuck catalogue s to .help re recruits
cruits recruits on the tool identification

portion of the test. -'
'I believe we were made ex

ample of,'? Green charged. "I

British military leaders claim- know it wag :wrong but it was

ed they found documents prOV- conaonea oy my Perwi. my
in. Mnkarlos actually was dl- mistake was in not reporting the
L?.:a vfi .rmd EOKA pracUce.-.But ; who would turn

. The underground recently of offered
fered offered to call a truce if Britain
wouldi release the Archbishop

and open new negotiations
settle the dispute.-.

Pent aqon Promises

More Jynioalhy V

On Reporting Dcslh

Two non-com missioned officers

accused of selling copies- of the
test have asked for trial by court-

to 'martial and are being held 'at Ft.

Jackson, S.C."

WASHINGTON. April 6 (UP)

The Pentagon promised today to

be more svmDatneUc in me iu

ture when informing parents of
the tragic news that a son or
daughter has died in the tervice

oi hia country,, h ;'

' The Pentagon reacted imme immediately
diately immediately fter a grieving father

said tie would urotest to Con

rrps and to Secretary Of De

fense Charles E. Wilson about

the "crude and hea'rtless" man

ner in which he was notified of
the death of his marine eon in

a nlane" crash Wednesday at

Cherry Point. N.C.

: A Pentagon spokesman said

Wilson and his, top officials
would deal promptly with the

matter to see that It doesnt

happen again,

Stanley R. Fortuna. member
of the board of selectmen of
Fairfield. Conn., expressed re resentment
sentment resentment and hurt over a tele telegram
gram telegram he received telling him of
the death of his 22-year-old son,
Lt Richard Fortune,.

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MIDGET AUTO RIDES Sponsored of the Fort Kobbe En-,
listed Men'e CouncU was one of the many, activities enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed by youngsters at the recent Fort Kobbe Spring Carnival:
Here Linda Rogers Jiegoatlates a curve with the greatest or
ease. .She's obviously a good driver for Silas Drake is holding
. i on. with only one hand; (U.S. Army Photo) t

Police Seek Men Who Burned
Club Cremating Six Patrons
:: ... .,

'(!' vn svnri.rs Anril (UP). Police today extended a

; r iinm ftii. arrest of two others on

charge they cremated fiveven and a woman with Jlaming
raaoline in a ouiet neighborhood bar. f .'- ,'v:
.nn.irt .nil ftcai- Brehhaur. 44. were

arrertwTthiaTewhr, aftei the tinrMeeH
flames lat Wednesday. They were booked on suspicion of

murder.
-Witnesses said four men had
been ousted from the bar for
ahnnvinff a woman patron and

returned later. Dourlng a five-

gallon bucket of gasoline into
the cocktail lounge. Then one of
them tossed a small ball of Jlre
probably7 a burning match
book into the f uel. -

Integration

Anniversary

Cprriing Up

WASHINGTON. AprU" 8 (UP)

Negro groups plan to observe

uie third anniversary of the Su

preme court s school integration

decision on May 17 with a great

prayer meeting at tne jJncoin
Memorial.

Renresentativea of labor, reli

gious, fraternal and other or

ganizations from IS states met
here yesterday to organise the

program. They called it "a pray prayer
er prayer pilgrimage for freedom.' V

-Tile pilgrimage was announc

ed py Roy Wiikinv executive
secretary of the National Asso

ciation for the Advancement of

uoiored People: : A. Philin Ran

dolph, president of the Brother-

nood of Sleeping car "Porters;

and Rev. Martin Luther King,
Negro minister who led the bus

ooycow in Montgomery, Ala. ;
- Wllkine said at least 50,000
Negroes from all over the coun country
try country are expected at the one one-'
' one-' day observanc scheduled to
I begin' about noon and last
thre four hours.
It was at noon, May 17, 1954,
that the court's hlstorlo ruling
was handed down.
J .I-''
A news release on the anni

versary pilgrimage described the

decision as a new emanclpa.
tion.' 1

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SB 'J SW ' .. MOT-

investigax

ions

Under Way; Soma

Witnesses Mum

NEW YORK, April 6 (UP) The Senate' Rackets

committee will hold hearings on evidence of labor-management
racketeering uncovered in four separate investi

gations by members of its start, , v v
Robert F; Kennedy, counsel to the Seriate select

committee on improper practices in the labor or manags-

ment field, said yesterday the investigators had. ques questioned
tioned questioned 'hundreds of prospective witnesses." ,-. f
Kennedy said the investigators had uncovered n.
much evidence of .racketeering that they were conductinj;
separate probes into, the "paper" locals of the Interna International
tional International Brotherhood of Teamsters, the Operating- Engi Engineers
neers Engineers and Carpenters Union on Long Island, the public
carting field and the automatic vending and'eoin ma-.

Safe Drivers;.Chalk Up Enough Miles
' : -v i 9 i'.-v" 1 ' t 1. '.-
To Take Twq

had driven at least 132.000 miles

have had no accidents In the

past 11 years.

lEacn chauiieur was given

card which he carries with him

when he is driving an official

Panama Canal Co. car.

The chauffeurs drive under
, all kinds of weather and han han-die
die han-die vehicles which range'from
official sedans to truck traiU
en. Then are responsible for
seeing that the vehicles thev

' Two round trips to tht moon, of safe driving: and tne amaz amaz-'
' amaz-' J. mSi Vft Tover for a voy-.mg total of 35 each of whom

I into"out ipacearerepre ipacearerepre-entedy
entedy ipacearerepre-entedy the number of mil ies
driven without an accident oy
chauffeurs for the Transpor Transpor-i
i Transpor-i taUon and Terminals Bureau.
' This amazina total of
' S00J000 miles of accident-free
driving was disclosed recently
ichen Safe Driving awatds
' were presented to one chauf chauffeur
feur chauffeur from the Railroad Divi Division,
sion, Division, one from the Terminals
Division, and 152 from the mo mo-"
" mo-" tor Transportation Division, r,
i r The awards were given to cov cov-'
' cov-' er the period of calendar year
1958. Each driver covers on an

everaee. 12.000 miles a year, so

.- the total driven for a year was
. 1.848.000 miles. ;
- However, the amazing total of
over 10.000.000 miles was bui't up
bv the following Fo- 40 of the
driver it wa their flrt award.
t 12 000 miles each; 18 others
had driven for two vears. or a a--
- a-- vnni 5 onn milps without an ac-

i-Mrnt- wven htc a rKord of

thre vears. or vt.ooo miles each,
without n cr Went. '
1ve bad comDleted 48.000
ip"e. or four ae driving wars:
fx bad ffnish'1 Itf'vm. or
n win mm wrh without n ac-

' ridentl 1" drlvm" fr shr
Tes- ant 72.000 rr'le an'ece

- ith a ri" rior. ""mir wn
. lf roith f drtviiv rH-

f5-t tr n vpt t M
Tri' rvVVfs h"t
trv bd finih ''ht

I"m n're wit o rorif

J4 P' more ri 9 r-- r0f--Q

frr w'ri tpfi o ft0

drive are in a eafe operating
condition, as well at' for oper operating
ating operating them safely.
While awards have 'been given

out each year to safe drivers of

the .Motor Transportation Divi Division,
sion, Division, the past calendar year is
the first in which drivers for the
Railroad and Terminals Divi Divisions
sions Divisions have been included In' the
count. Only those employes who
were rated as drivers and who

soend their full time in this

work were considered for the a a-wards.
wards. a-wards.

'Bates was Identified In a po police
lice police lineup by ..the bartender,
Larry Fenton, 24, as the man
who poured the gasoline on the
bar floor while most of the 20
patrons were not Tiware what
tnkirw nlace. Before art a-

irm could be sounded flames

shot In every direction, trapping

Extremists Try
To Bomb Irish
Radar Station
TbELFAST, TJorthern .- Ireland,

April (UP) Irish Nation Nation-aust
aust Nation-aust Extremists exploded 'a
bomh today in the NATO radar

station at Torr Head, in North

ern Ireland's county Anm. bui
offlciala said the blast merely

damaged the water supply sys system.;
tem.; system.; W i '
a DOlice official said no dam

age was caused to the radar sta station
tion station itself in the third extremist
attempt to destroy the $5.(500.000
installation lrr four months.

the six persons who died and in in-jurmg
jurmg in-jurmg three oihe?s.
'" Witness said the four men
appeared drunk when they
. first came Into the bar. Co Co-'
' Co-' manater Alton C. Well had
' ordered the men to leave be because
cause because they had been annoying
Mrs. Henninia. Morales, t a
roommate of waitress Jackie
Machines, 2, whose charred
. body was found in the jutted
bar. v
"
Potter Urges CZ
rtesidents To Fete
Pan Ameircan Day
As evidence of the close neigh neighborly'
borly' neighborly' relationship between the
Canal Zone and Panama, resi residents
dents residents of the Canal Zone bave
been ureed bv Governor W.

Potter to observe April 14 aa Pan
American Day and the preced-l
inr' week as Pan American

Week. i

The request was made In an

endorsement to tne proclama proclamation
tion proclamation issued recently by president
Eisenhower, in which the week
of April 8 to 14 was set aside as
Pan American Week and April
14 as Pa American Day in cele celebration
bration celebration of the 67th anniversary

of vthe -foflnOtson of the .Pan

American-union.

Wilklns- said the.. grour has

asked but not yet obtained per permission
mission permission from the Interior De Department
partment Department to use th6 Lincoln Me Memorial.
morial. Memorial.
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But he said "I can't Imagine
the government of the United
States would refuse to let Negro
citizens hold a prayer meeting
at this memorial, : ;

Ella Fitzgerald
Dde To Arrive
This Afternoon

Ella Fitzgerald- is scheduled to
arrive at Tocumen Airport at
1:20 this afternoon for a aeries

of performances here. She will
drive into Panama through

Juan Dias and Rio Abajo in a
1 ..... 1 mkIa...). I

With her will be pianist-vocalist
Oscar Peterson and his
trio, which includes the ace

percussionist Jo Jones, product!

Norman Oranz. Miss Fltzerald's

personal accompanist and her
maid.
Her first appearances are
scheduled for tonight at the
Colon Arena.

chine industry..

f The youthful counsel also said
the committee had received 'a
considerable amount of infor information
mation information from the New York-New
Jersey Waterfront f Commission
about reported loan sharking on
the waterfront. i-
Kennedy said the committee

originally had assigned only, a
few investigators to New York

but that they had uncovered

such startling evidence of rack

eteering that the staff was in

creased -to 25.

He said they are working "full

blast" on the Investigations.

' Kennedy said that some of
the prospective witnesses ques questioned
tioned questioned have been "reluctant"
to talk. Fear has been the fac factor
tor factor in some cases.

In Others,
responsible.

self interest was

He comnlalned of the little
help which business has been to
the committee.

Lysistrata
Revived

TORQUAY, England, April

(UP) Mrs. Nora Hinks told the
National Conference ol Labor
(party) women yesterday that all
British women should lock their
husbands out of the bedroom un-

ui me government agrees to abol- grace period would be subi

isn nydrogen bomo tests. "the serverest punitive met

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NEW YORK, April 8 (U?
"small but vulnerable group"

officials of the Internationsl

dies' Garment Workers' Union has
been given 10 days to admit Uu-r
error in accepting gifts from gnr.
ment industry employers.
David Dubinsky, president of the
huge Garment, Workers' Union,
summoned 400 northeastern :: ::-cials
cials ::-cials of the ILGWU to his New
York offices yesterday and told
them he would no longer tofcrnts
the "corrupting influes" of em employer
ployer employer gifts to some"Bfficia!s.
He said the practice of gnm
"Lower echelon officials" ret: ': x
the benefits of "so-called errj-lny--er
generosity". 'had existed for
some time. Usually, Dulm-y
said, these few officials have ac accepted
cepted accepted gifts of cash or bond rang ranging
ing ranging in value from S100 to $ i.
Dubinsky told the 400 oi. .. 'ia!j

in secret session that durm-r -. v-

day grace period, any stafi i
ber who bad been a "viciir j
gift-giving employers could t
to him in. private and a.-i
error. "'..-.
He said those who did so v
be cleared of any charge
wrongdoing and would not be ;
khed. Dubinsky said those u

not admit then- error duri.-T

ri

Chaplain, Once 'Caged7 By japanes:

To Preach At Easter Sunrise Servic

Chaplain Robert P. Taylor; Chapel on Easter Sunday morn-1

one of the two remaining cnap-jing ai a.

lain to have survived tne nor-

rora of 42 months, of Japanese

prison camps and remain in tne
service, will be the guest speak speaker
er speaker at- the Armed Forces Protest Protestant
ant Protestant sunrise services to be held
adjacent to the Fort Amador

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Some of the 154 chauffeurs of the Transportation and Terminals Bureau who recently won aafe driving awards, together with their boset
and some of their fellow workers. In the foreground are, left to right: t. N. Stokes, superintendent. Railroad Division; A; E. Beck, superintendent.
Terminals Division; B. I. Everson, Transportation and Terminals Director; and Lt. Cov. H .W. Schull, Jr. Roger W. Adams, superintendent of th

10-ytar record fcr l":iC00 miles I Motor Tr&iisportation Division was away from the Isthmus

the time

tue phctcgraph was taken.

I

A native of Texas. ChaDlaln

Taylor participated in the early
Philippine campaign and was

cited for bravery and awarded
the SUver Star for bis gallantry
in action at Bataan. Taken as a
prisoner from Bataan, he be became
came became a chaplain in the prison

camp hospital at Cabanatuaa

where he ministered to over 10, 10,-000
000 10,-000 patients, in the summer of

1944, col Tayior was placed in
solitary confinement for his ac activities
tivities activities in smuggling food and

medicine to the patients.

Alter rrarteen weeks ef fee feeing
ing feeing placed In a cage, to small
te either stand er lie down,
lie was removed te a hospital
where the Japanese tbecght
be weald net live.
Col. Taylor was then, taken by

heU" ship to Japan and Man

churia. His ship was twice bomb bombed
ed bombed by Americans with a loss of
over 1J00O lives. A 1 1 h o ugh
wounded ana 111 he continued to
minister as a chaplain to the
survivors.
Following his liberation and
return to .the United State he
resumed his duties as a chaplain
in the U-8. Air Force serving In
such places, as Mather AFB, Ca California,
lifornia, California, Deputy Chaplain for tne
Air Training Command and the
Air Materiel Command. He was
Chaplain for the civil Air Patrol
in Washington, DC
This wiU be the second. Uaie

CHAPLAIN R- P. TAJ!
the annual sunri?e EaF'
ices bad beert held on t
dor site. The civuun F
Churches 6f F,albca ar 1
are assisting tr.e Arr-; i
chaplain in the Joint f .-
year.

HALLOA
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THE SUNDAY AMEBICAR

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Red Skelf on Keeps His Little Boy
Laughing All The Time These Days

ERSKINE JOHNSON

cr'g cap, too, and with the come comedian
dian comedian at the controls the wreckage
is something fearful.
Richard never stop laughing a-

aril, and he's bout it all. 14

. T-Wntiv disrnverpH victim of i There's a makeup table-in the

HC&JLYWOOD (NEA) This
is aHout V little boy in Hollywood

who ever stops laugmng.

AroaipA lpillfPlTlia

He's nine years old, with red
hair "and a face full of freckles.
He'ff always laughed a great
deal because his father is Red
Seklton.
Richard's very first laugh, when
he was-only 18 months old, meant
more- to- his dad. than the acclaim
of millions. Even if Red did have
(to squirt" Ink all over pis famous
face 1 afioV)expensive clothes, and
was lal to -the -studio hat morn morning.
ing. morning. '-.
At'nffie; Richard's still laughing
Mora than ever.

Hil 'daddy want. 'it that

"What- are you giving up
LentT'tShell ask -Richard-.

Richard replies:
"My'3sehool homework."
Then, both-fall on the floor "SKd
roU rund, laughing hysterically..
There's-- 'n -expensive .- model
train et: covering .two-ping,. pong
tables in the 'sitting "room outside
Red's Cbodfcoom. RicHard,. an en engineer'
gineer' engineer' -cap-atop his red hair, sits
op a. stooL- Red .wears an .englne-
i r f ; j

Skelton home. Richard sits there

while Red plays "movie makeup

man." Finally Richard gets tj

look at himself in the mirror. He
sees Freddie the Freeloader, jun

ior edition. v
Richard never stops laughing.

Richard is .old enough now to
stay up past his bedtime and

watch his daddy's TV show which

doesn't come on the air until 9:30
in Hollywood Red talks back to
himself on the screi as they
watch the delayed kinescope, and

Richard never stops alUEtung,

Richard has become one qf. his
dad's radio characters; .the mean

WiHriln-luH in nomp hnmf mn

Way. mjiaft pAI4 ia malrinff Almns1''Hnv

I rkinrr tfita Tkor ibrin Bhtunt Tti

uim supply is enaiess,
'Mrttu in' thle rcMn0

1U T1 .u .U.. .WW.'W,

I IfAIlIJEtTi & 'DUNN I
i J introducing that . i
' New Fad from Trinidad I
CALYPSO J

Red an

nounces to Richard, you pick up
the book, throw it at the wall and

then you sneak, outdoors and, push

a chair into the swimming pool.
Following Richard -while ? Mrs;

Georgia Skelton operates the cam

era, Red falls -into tne pooi wiro
th chair.' 'v w
Richard never stops laughing

"Why does a chicken cross the
street?" Red suddenly will ask
Richard at the dinner tabler" 'To

cet on the other side," .replies

Richard. Then both fall on the

floor and roll around and Rich
ard never stops laughing.

The Air Force sent Richard one

of those test pilot helmets the

Man From Mars type. Red puts it

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Additional "Working Capital required for. Expan-

sioq of business with. established reputation. In Investors
vestors Investors wil be given opportunity of controlling
disbursements. For Interview regarding pcfssibil pcfssibil-Ities;
Ities; pcfssibil-Ities; 'Address Box 1156 Panama.

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RICHARD LAUGHS IT UP with his fact and sister Valentlna.

uirougn we noveity and toy store!

" esiwooa uiage Bear the r

. i i ... t 1L AZm.

on, struts, arouno. ana uicn inct
to take It off., It won't budge--'''
"Daddy's -caught, again!" Rich Richard
ard Richard alerts every one. the house.
Everybrie rushes in: and for half
an hour Red struggles th free him himself,
self, himself, making ifc look "so. difficult
it's f aboHjql
Richard. navfW stopSvlaughing,'
Red Skeltoo- frequently; wanders

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Red like to hear his only' son
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Audrey Discovers Jazz
While Mel Gets Shoulders
By DICK KLEINER
NEW YORK (NEA) Audrey Hepburn and Mel' Ferrer,
who co-starred recently In "May erling" over NBC-TV, are like
any other young married couple. They've both changed since
their marlrage. For one thing, he's lost his shoulders.
It seems Audrey likes to see her husband wearing the har harrow
row harrow look, so Mel wears the narrow look.

tvar thy And1 thy go many
plct they're th travlingest

couple around. ThtV live out of

suitcases, doing -a, play htr, a
pictur. tKrrsonTV produc

tion in another place.
"I try to make every hotel room
or apartment. into a home," Au-

arey says. We re: always over

weight on our luggage) because I
take so much with me. I bring
along our own candlesticks and
inen and salt-and-pepper shakers
and things' like thaf.A? t
"And we're buying more things
each year," Mel says.- "We both
want a permanent home so
much,' -'r ,-- -j j -"f r

tractural commitments, tney'll be
kept moving for some time to
come. That's why you i should
watch "Mayerling'!. they may not
come back this way for some time.
It's Audrey's, first live TV,,, in
three years and only Mel's sec second
ond second appearance..-. They're both
"thrilled, but apprehensive."
Jerry Lewis VT
Says No More:
Partners Ever

But there's give and take to this
business. Mel has lost his should shoulders
ers shoulders but gamed a jazs lover. Or,
rather,, created one. He always
liked lata and has interested. Au-

drey in tne swinging siun.
"I had such a strange child childhood,"
hood," childhood," she says. ."Eight years in
Holland and then England. I nev never
er never had a chance to get educated
in jazz. Mel is a jazz purist he
likes people Jike Basie and Elling Ellington."
ton." Ellington." V '-j"
"Audrey is doing very Well,"
Mel-says. "She's learning. At least
she knows what she likes now."
Thoy generally take their (an
rocord collection with fhant wherj

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and Rock Hudson as CoL Dean Hess, pilot and clergyman
of the World War' II, give a thorough bath to noe of the
orphans. In this scene of the Technicolor production, TJni-Tersal-InternaUonal's
"Battle Hymn."
Martha Hyer, Dsn Duryes and Don DeFore also star
"Battle Hymn,'' soon to be released at the Central Thea Theatre.
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orry Lewis ays He WSI "00
the spot" when he did his first big
TV effort without Dean Martin.
"I knew," he says, "that there
were a lot of people watching out
of curiosity. They wanted to see
what I could do by myself. And
there were the haters watching,
too the people who wanted me to
fall on my face.".
Lewis, knowing that, worked
his hardest on that show. He says
he never worked harder in his life.
It was that important to him. He

had to prove to the public that
Lewis didn't need Martin.
The dam's split-up left Jerry, at

lean, completer nappy.

."Working alone,", he says, ."has

no drawbacks only plusses.?

He squaks positively wheftJfho

say a he'd never N E VSR-

gain team up with portner, any

partner. ,
He doesnt regret the past, real

izing that the team phase of his

life took him from adolescence-

be was 18 when he first worked
with- Dean to- maturity, from

obscurity to fame. ''We had 10
good yearSr personally,'! is- the

way jerry puts u.

, SCAVENGERS, GUTTER JlAKlNGS, I was bruising ',
: i ?.. tt) .1 it.. vrr it An '.4a tQ Tesv .

a Drew n joe s maeaway me uuim uaj, wuw .,
thing ocurred. Red managed to stop the Cantuta Cab
close by the Hideaway without crashing into some car
already parked there. He uses s.uch collisions instead pi
brakes. ; r ,i T '
It just so happened that t the 'time, of. which I
speak there was no other car parked outside the Hide Hideaway;.
away;. Hideaway;. So the Cantuta Cab had to ram into the next
building down the street to stop.'- v
It was a warm day, and, as I coursed a cool quart
or so over, the tonsils ,1, reflected how much more dis-,,
tressing I would find it to be denied this ritual than say,
Via VioHnnlotln cfapw rtf '.'al nt-nlno lrp f.rflam in thfe Ama

" And from the national defense5 point of view, no
matter how soft icecream might Ret In the Arnador mo,
vies, we can't have GIs getting soft.
Would it be better to leave1 the icecream in the mo mo-vim
vim mo-vim and keen the GIs out? Then I suorjose there would

be- trouble from the Bureau of the Budget. You have no
idea what terrifying decisions generals and colonels and
whatnot have to make In these days of peace.
On the subject of the, effort to preserve the peace
my thoughts turned to one. Samuel Santiago Walker. A
bilingual Panamanian he lias recently been officially ac-
corded Canal Zone mailing privileges, despite the Jan.,1'
US-Panama treaty adjustments concerning this matter.

For the, forthcoming 18 months he will be receiving
Viio YvioU bf on Hcrkotn1nor If frnm flnmhrio nonltbn.

tiary. ' ' '

, At least, tnat was tne arrangement wnen conscienti conscientious
ous conscientious Judge Guthrie F, Crowe parted, company with hint in,,
Ancon District Court last Friday. s, v,-y-
Having some knowledge of Canal Zone filing systems, systems,-I
I systems,-I would not-be surprised if the matter of SS. Walker

has been referred to the Marine Division lor. an eariv

transit Tupsdav. v ' '

But as things stand at this writing, Samuel Santia-
go Walker : will be a clear-Cut job, standing there with

noised machete: awaitin?-the earlv rainv. seasnn o-rnwth

of grass along the shoulders of Canal Zone highways, v.

when not engaged in this public service, he is avail available
able available as an interpreter. l ", . HJ.

in tne uw, translator walker would be the man to
let the fellow on the Nasser expense : account know. :

through his earphones, that the US fellow was saying?
"Doh n)i'!w,t,'-. n..l XT I. . ... .

ivaii, iaii, ion, on, 1UJ. xjrailici fXIUCl iXKSSer. ;
And lllrPUrlcB. via iha airnVinnaa-. lira llrna. ill T1

TTM f 1 1 XI t . .

iue uiv icuuws on ine use exDense account tnar. r.h

Egyptian delegate was auotine notable rjassatres from th. !.

Koran, such as "I like Tj,:f:vJ..i.

This would be peacemakinir at its' finest; and Walker .

is a .man with a vested interest in peace. If war rtomea. .;

mstead of cuttine erass. he'll be dieeintr air rairl hPirjr

More onerous.

siDmties :inaipiomacy came in- the,, ,8try,told,; Judge X

viowe, efenow- waiiser interpreted .olloquy Jjetweerrr

vtuiuovjumo, touiuiiii iy, ana ogu josepn u, lieqay or v--

mc Afweu rarcesxaaio ana television station t irt, r"inv-

Spanish;' yd-'Jrite--? r-":r-'- Wi'-

; Emergingiromlthe interview hallowed, by' Waiker's'
1 r T AtrTrf i ri tT1-. .md T7 i 4 V

"AFACwAiKj ftiuci :xitzuuuir rwas unaer in imrir.sJnn

, v "scu -wvjn.euay j get mm some paint and

rj M 1 uiapei,; wnne ii.eaay peiieved he
had furnlshdtlie good father with the mailing address of
a GI long gone from Clayton. ,-;'5"-'.-';..w :t

waixer charged nothing for Tils services in bridging s
the language barrier, 'merely accepted $lltj from Father'

' AXita.-uu uamDoa nen starta spnriirnr na nt nir

to Carrasquflla. the Lourdes chanel ther fifrnn fft-hn

little tawdry; to the tune of $110. : .;: ;

waiicer.went through the language barrier with a
soriicboom at Paralso some years ago.v At this tune, he

speaking lady ;from Panama, and a worthT Enelish-sneak-

ing housewife of Paraiso. ; i .

Thanks to the clarity and precision of his transla-;

tion, as the? ladies went on their respective wavs the

x-uiausu iiuusewue was pieasca sne naa progressed so far
In nonmt latinno nnnnamlno V. V..u 1

chine from the-Panamanian ladv: who for htr mart, nram

well-satisfied withlthe reasonable spirit in' which the
Paraiso. lady had agreed to sell her house there. r-y

, snouia the united Nations nave no vacancy Imme-
rlifltplv nvnilahlp t.hpr is mnh WnllrAr aii11 An jrwm

here to clear away some of the' problems.- H s, -''.
s He could hrin? Panamanian and Canal 7jcr nffl-

tnlft 't hurinv arrorrf trVipn frnnftrir hraV-e nn

itn the Panamanians uunking they have bought the

ama Railroad, the Canal Zone" officials happy that

' have been .guaranteed higher prices for water de-
ed to the republic frbm here on out. X- ; i
tSonsiderme the whereabouts of the water intake.'

Walker is especially qualified for this negotiation. ti v -

i ; There is some electricity shortage in the beef-produc

ing provinces of. Panama. Because or this, walker is the

AS IOT tne real reason for tne;TT,Qri n Inftmrnt of a Monn htMn PnPnol hiivtn

break-up. Jerry Lewis says, "The
true story has never beeo told.
And it never will be. I'll take it
to the grave with me." ,,

PeopIe:DonlHaYet
Facls JDrt Foreign : ;
Aid, Fairless Says
' WASHINGTON April (UP)
Benjamin F. Fairless, former
hoard chairmaa of the U.S. Stel
Con, said today that most public
opposition to the foreicn aid pro

gram stems from a lack of

and Interior oeef : producers. Provided only that no one
except Walker passes through -the language barrier; this

meeting couia ena in tne greatest amity later seen on
Balboa Heights. And why not, with the PanCanalers.
thinking they've been guaranteed Midwest-quality fatten-
ed beasts from Chiriqui within a month, and -with the
beef men thinking their electrical problems were over. Y
v What's In all this for Walker? A modest commission,:
nothing more. What is 10 of the sale price of Madden
Dam? ' t"V ; .--'- ".r.-4:
PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT this week loses no
time "in honoring the designers who planned the new
stands at Balboa Stadium so that the home straight and
sprint track runs right under them. This is a far-sighted
rainy season precaution, ensuring faster times on a drier

track.

urwierstandini:

senate committee storfving the spent so much of my time at the BaltoaRelays rooking
foreign aid prorTm. "Once they;out the front of the stand, in the old-fasluonea way, and
ppt the facts and understand they never saw a jinish, not indeed a sprint or hurdles con-.
are for ft. ;ii Via mt nn th vlrtnr'a tnn1 '

Fairies uTtai headed president les tank ui any "V"" fe "; " "r3
iaeRhowetfs tec;ai civilise Meanwhile. Albrook seemed to win convincingly

commission onthe aid proeram,lencmrrn viih. 41' points, 25 ahead of their nearest com-
wanied that fthe nation "nn!ntitnr so. K- -.

abandoe the false hope that col-' P6"10"- 50

JET&.'gJ : teota effective. Now if only they would widen the

adviiory gv 'cc!o'ipd that'j between the planks m the stand seatin, so I may

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LONDON, March 30 (UP)-' The
anest appetiser for visft to Um-
i nn'i Moot Hnmp F.xhlbitlOn. that

rty great ; annual domestic jamboree

Surganisea at uiymvi vj
ly Mail," was to listen first to Dr.
S hainier Goldsmith and Anthony
Stewart..'" J"

J i inese two memoera wi uo
trmonwealth Antarctic Expedition

5 ering in sympathy' with them when,
V having returned to London from
Antarctica on the good ship Mag Mag-iv
iv Mag-iv ga Dan, they described their win win-i
i win-i ter at the Shackleton fias;S f

W As I examined the cosy,, wonders

' of Olympia, treading the vast moss
I green carpet U-as big as cricket
field beside the flower' decked
fountain in the Grand Hall, I could
aiot help comparing this scene with
. V the one conjured up for us by Dc

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"liuring an eigni-aay dukiiu,
he said, "we were obligee) to move
from tents into Jarge packing
erate against tbe onseof snow.1;,
COMMONWEALTH ANGLE
The main job of the advance par

ty, it appears, was to build, a but,
but they ran into bad luck. I ;
, i Panelling for -the walls' of the
1 hut was buried under 20 f?et of
' anow, and. when half the panels
were erected, ithe open-top struc
t 1 ture filled with snow and they had

a to empty u. i
I' Wh all this was' going on,
I though, th party mad sweets-
S ful axpeditiont, ..discovering' a 1
f likely rout for this year's main
I Drtv. now wintering at Shaekla-

' ton Bas under or. Vivian mens,
' v ts link us with NW Zt aland tr

k Sir Edmund Hillary's little band

1 .' i".. t M Al D C.a I

Ml'L ;fring m from in ivu
t it mav he as was said bv the

' jrrencn pmiosopner, rascai, uiai u
Man's troubles arise irom. nis in inability
ability inability to. stay still in, one room;
I but the same .restlessness is re re-'sponsible
'sponsible re-'sponsible for most of his triumphs
' Homei not only a refuge but a
anrineboard for ereat enterprises.
Pride of home and hearth is one of
the (noblest spurs to endeavour.
t To many f Ideal Home" Visitors
there was no extravagant contra
diction in throngs of home-lovers
exulting there in the joys of mod modernized
ernized modernized domestic comfort, while
their fellow countryman and those
of other Commonwealth nations r
lerted to roueh it in the Antarctic:
n Having ideal homes to return to
must be. hot the least of entice
ments dangling before our explop-
, ers thir year as tnejr anempi we
first double crossing of the South
PnlaK rnntinent. '
The Commonwealth angle in the
exhibition was more pronounced
jthis year than I ever f ememrjer n,
ThO Canada Trend house 4f
big crowds in the Village of Pro-;
..grass This was set up sectional.
i.ly so that visitors and build building
ing building contractors, too could M
how, fine Canadian tlmbors can
be applied to tho construction of
houtos suitable fo the construc construction
tion construction of ; houses suitable ,.te tho
fi.bU Rritixh climate.. V
RppaiiRs it is so fickle, by the
way, w live to a state of perpetual
climate surprise. ' ,
Ht waves and blizzards catch
vs eaually unawares; or so it has
MnuH until noW' i
How refreshing then; to see the
new frostproof House exhibited by
Britain's Ministry oi Housing uu
Local GoVernment, showing t ho w
the Ordinary citizen can at last be
prepared for winter's worst. ;
STORY OF COLD
In contrast to such chilly con contemplations,
templations, contemplations, it was a-joy to enter
the Pavilion, of Gold, telling the
story of this most precious metal m
the exhibit of the Transvaal and
Orange Free State, Chamber -of
Mines. r- V'
Hot southern sunshine seemed to
Hiot frnm th .2 hundred cold

LTingots 1,000,000 .jwunds worth-dis-H
v played above heaps of, ore. from

' We woro total that tho Union of
' South Africa is by far tho.larg tho.larg-;
; tho.larg-; producer of Bold In tho world,
r Half of ovorything Imported Into
.' tho Union every second car;
, v ovary second yard of cloth and
so on Is in exchange for geld
nlnut Mt Mlihaatararand. I

From three dimeasial dioramas
uuikiuo iuu ifrwceaiuK, wv www
pass on to lovely specimens of gold
plate shown by the Worshipful Com Company
pany Company of Goldsmiths. f.
The goldea coinage display waa
.fascinating, too from currency
tin Roman times riht dowo to a
I five-pound gold piece made in 19S3
. at the Royal Mint, London, bearing
the likeness of Queen Elizabeth II.
Food and drina are always a
magnet at the Exhibition. As the
day wore on and office workers be began
gan began swarming in, I found it diXJQ-
Permit Refused :
For Prostitutes' ;
Trade Association
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PAIPEI, Formosa, April ( OTP)
The provincial goverament turn turned
ed turned down a request by prostitutes
today for permission to form a
trade association. After some de debate,
bate, debate, official ruled that brothels
were not ordinary commercial e
' terprises. .....
American Familiesi
Return To Cairo.
CAIRO. AdHI ( (UPl -Twenfv-e'pht
An'erici' vomn nd -cM-drt-i
arrived here today to rexiia
hasb- nd f-thers aweed to
the U.S. Emhy.
to ri'ri to riro ts f-e S'a'e
el in tb y. i e East.

cult to move in the Empire Hall
Gallery around the food stands an
the international section. i
. My flagging energy was reviv revived
ed revived with sherry at thai Australian
stand, which had a wine bar -de;
Rightfully decorated with aborigirH
-;al bark drawings.- .'.' jr:.'.,
The CommoBwealth of Austrtlia',
incidentally, had one of the largest
single displays in the whole, show,
with everything; from honey to
light industries, and .a Boomerang
oar Dispensing ice-coia to m at o
juice and pineapple drinks at .al .almost
most .almost supersonic speed v s f W
ew .eaiand, too, had a luscious
'Shop Window" Of meats, fruit. nrt
toty produce,' fend sample gifts of
v"cuu cueese in piasuc packs.
i The Gold Coast' mat. kmiuj k.
independent tountry of Ghana,
showed a natural cocoa glade and
the part this satisfying beverage
plays in the national economy,
A vast nroDortion of thn F.vhihl.
tion.was, of course, ..dedicated to
iiueresis essentiauy bound up with
the United Kingdom, r ,,,'
The indoor gardens,' always love lovely,
ly, lovely, have never been finer than this
year. They were set, around in E E-uzabethan
uzabethan E-uzabethan Garden reDresentintr
nearly as possible), the, groves and
nana anninh'r mtt u r
uwn Ts-jieviiii Bun auuf ju many oi
Britain's ereat hGme built
than 400 years ago in the reign of
m nrsi wueeu Biizaoeth,;
iiritam s home crafts, which al
ways aiuact visjiors irom over
seas, had their olace of honnnr nn
the stand of the National Union of
lownswomen's Guilds. Different
ans ana cratts are peculiar to par particular
ticular particular districts. ii
There was .'beautiful fmm
Honiton,. in the English coimtv nf
Devon, one ofthe exhibits being
the work of a Guild member whose
grandmother helped to make Queen
"v"" wcuuiug yvu nearly xzu
years' agd.- .-1 i n
fhe trouble with the Ideal Home
Exhibition is that you cannot cov cover
er cover more than about a tenth in one
visit; r .. ..
. .But you learn enough to endorse
the wise words "of the late Kino
George V: "The foundations of the
uui giory are set.in the homes
of the people.?. i,, .,

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youngsters who. were locked up in
a vault m an. aDanaonea mansion
said today "it felt like Edgar Al
len Poe" when the massive door
slammed shut with a "scary
boom." ' i
Frantic flremetf worked for an
hour and a half last night, to cut
through the concrete and ,s e e 1
vault to rescue the two boys and
300 neighbors as- the rescue went
on x;.,' ,
At .last," a .safe 'expert sprang
the door with a stngie blow at
the tumbler of its comDination
lock; and the t h r e e grinning
yot jster. filed Out into, the flare
of the lights., v
t The youngsters are William
iloore; a 6-foot 16-year-old wjth a
crew i cut;: David Rude 15; and
Cheri Stevenson, 11. All live in the
fashionable' Pacific Heights dis district.
trict. district.
They and a dozen -or so other
youngsters were playing yesterday
afternoon in a 15-room Victorian
which is being demol-1
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vid David and Cheri. were inside explor exploring
ing exploring the vault. To their horror, the
children re a 1 is e d they were
trapped i
"When the door closed, we
thought they t were joking," said
William.. "We knew they weren't
joking,- though,, after we heard
them call to us.- We said it was
.stuffy and they said it waa locked.
"Right then, we decided not to
make anv noise or talk too much
so we could save pur air. But we
had to joke a little bit to keep up
Chert's spirits because she was
William h said he and David
didn' get.;Scared unil they tried
to bang against the wall with a
hoard they found lying on the
floor. ,
"Dave and I rammed it against
a wall and it Jusi .went boom.
That was. the -hollo west, scariest
boom I ever heard in my life. We
all
began to thlnK about
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many1, years of experience .as ... a
leading nigbt club, theater and-radio-perf
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car Oscar Peterson is not only f ae-knowledged-
to 'be. one of the
great jaza musicians of our day.!
but also one of the most accom accomplished
plished accomplished and entertaining key keyboard
board keyboard artist In music, ,i"
Peterson made his first sensa sensational
tional sensational impact on the Jazi world
around the 1950's.. After a year
of touring every major concert
hall In the. country as a' star of
Norman Granz's JAZZ AT THE
PHILHARMONIC. Peterson took
top honors in the annual DOWN
BEAT magazine noil,; a unique
achievement for a newcomer to
a highly comoetitive field.
A highly productive recording

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pCr& Arrive Mandinga 7:15 a.m. -.
2.' ; A, half nour walk through' a junglejoad
to launch dock. v ;v s f
3. Visit by boat four or five-of the most
interesting' islands. ;m, :r
4. Leave Mandinga airport at 5:00 p.m.. t
Arrive, Tocumen 5:15 p.m. i
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Monday and Tuesday
April 9 ':M;riy
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7 pjn, and 9 p.m, ; 'vV ; ;
Boy your reserred seats now
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Hotel El Panama, Madurito, '
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artist as well. Peterson's record recordings
ings recordings s and albums have become
"must'' items for all piano music
addicts."The creator- of -his own
style. Peterson says that he-lias
been ."influenced" by no one
particular musician. Rather, he
attributes his style to his. early
and thorough, classical -background.
,
Recently teamed with the be beloved
loved beloved and versatile perennial fa favorite
vorite favorite Ella 'Fitzgerald, they are
now making "their first tour of
this area alone with other top
performers- of Jazz- at the Phil Philharmonic
harmonic Philharmonic such as Herb Ellis,
Rultarist; Ray Brown., bass play player,
er, player, and i the : new j sensational
drummer, Jo Jones. When they
perform in Colon and Panama,
April 7 and 8. the Isthmian fans
have an ear-openin(t treat in
store 'for them, '.--..'
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Herbert L. Myers of Jennings, La., is announced. Miss Hebert
"is the daughter of Mr4 and Mrs. Walter Holly Hebert of
- Diablo Heights.

1 T"IG. GEN. JAMES W. COUTTS IS HONOR GUEST
JL PARTY GIVEN BY STAFF OF CONTROL COMMAND
- A cocktail-buffet "was jiven at Albrook Officers' Club last
' iriiijrhfr by the 4Staff of the Control Command. .Honor guests
were Brig. Gen. James XV. Coutts and a group of 35 Marine
;-"f,offleersVl will be the Marine umpires for Exercise
. CARABEX.
!; Gen. Coutts, who is in command ot the Armv forces In
: San Juan.t Puerto Rico,' will be W duty here during the
, forthcoming' exercises
. About 140 guests attended the party.

HebertMyers

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Holly He He-belt
belt He-belt of Diablo Heights, ; announce

the engagement of their daughter

Katherlne Jane, to Jut. Heroerc u

Myers, sod of Mr. and Mrs. M. L.

Myers of Jennings. JLouisianat

Miss Hebert was graduated

from Rathna Hieh School in 1953

Shi will graduate in May. from

Southwestern Louisiana Institute

with a Bachelor of Arts degree in
Sopiolnev and Languages. Miss

Hehert -ls a membeB of Siama Pel

ta Pi, National Honorary Spanish

ratermty.

Lt. Myers was graduated- cum

laude from'' McNeese State C 0 iV
lege with a Bachelor of Science

degree. He is nresently stationed

at Fort Sam Houston. Lt' Myers

will enter Louisiana State Univer

sity this faU to complete work, on
his M. S. Degree. ;

No date has, been set ror me

wedding. :
Miss Carmen d Obaldii

EnaQtd To Lt.. (ifl) MarraH

Mrs. Isabel A. ae UDaiaia. ot

Panama Citv. announces me en

gagement of her daughter, Ca

men Cecilia to Lt. (12) Charles

Edward Marratt, sor of Mr.' and

Mrs. John Symonds Marratt of

Maplewood, New Jersey. i

Miss Obaldia graduated from St.

Francis Academy and attended

the University of Panama.

Lt. Marratt Is a graduate of

Brown University and at present

is on active duty on tne ubb uau

at U.S. Naval station, coco sow

A May wedding u planned.. ....

Taylor-Curl
Marriaaa Anneuncf

CaDt. and Mrs. Raion curies

announce the marriage of t h e 1 r

daughter, Margaret Louise, to Mr,
Bill Hayes Taylor, son of Mrs. I-

oner Taylof of Chocowinity, North

Carolina, and' the late Jars. J. a.
Tuylor. TK cremony was performr

ed by Jifdse Blanton at Conway,

South Carolina on Sunday, March

17. A. . t t

The young couple ate making

their home iri New Bern. North

Carolina where Mr. Taylor is em
ployed by the Sun Journal.

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im Science ;

Lecture to Be Oivcn
IJexl Thursday: f v

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LEARN HOW PRAYER CAN HEAL

Whether you know much or nothing about Chriatian Science, these
lectures will interest you, because they will explain aomt of the reasons
why Christian Science brings happiness, health, and freedom from worries
and fears. It will explain how prayer as taught in Christian Science heals
disease and solves all manner of human problems. Accept this Invita Invitation
tion Invitation to

TWO FREE LECTURES V
y ARCH BAILEY, C.S., of San Francisco, California
. Member of the Board of Lectureship of 1
The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ,
Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts.
entitled
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: The Joyous Way Of Lore,
APRIL 12 Friday 8 P.M.
Balboa Theater
"y '
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: The Science For Every Day Littng
APRIL 14 Sunday 4 P.L

Cristobal lilasonic Temple
(In Chase-Manhattan Bank Building).

All Are GrJully Invited To Attend

ARCH BAILEY.
"Liberation from disease, sin

and all discord throueh under.

standing and application of the

unumjtea power or ood will be

tne topic of a lecture to be de

livered In Balboa" Theater on
Thursday, and at the Cristobal

Masonic Temple on Sunday aft

ernoon oy Arcn Bauey or San

jtrancisco, cai. --

Pftllpv lid MirrAnflvf An- W av.

- J wupw..w w. ... -A

tensive tour, as a member of

The Christian Science, board of

lectureship.. He will-, sneak at

aaiDoa under tne auspices of

j-irst cnurcn .or ennst, scien
tist, Ancon and of the Cristobal

unurcn m nis Atlantic Side aD-

pearance. Both lectures are free
and the public is Invited.-

A native of Kannan RsHpv

has devoted his time to the

practice of Christian' Science
healinv since 1940. Prior to that

he had a distinguished career In
the Held ot music. He was dirsc dirsc-tor
tor dirsc-tor of the music department of

lowa state couege at Ames, and
served on. the faculty. of the
Horner Institute of Fine v. Arts.

Kansas City, Mo., and the Chi

cago Musical 'College, 'Chicago,
111. He served for two years as
Christian Science worker at the

Preston School for delinquent

uuys in Noruiern, uaniorma.

Bailey's lecture work takes

him through the United States,
Canada and into many foreign

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Spring tbim 1957 Schedule

vA tentative'e ichedul nf flnrM

State University classes for. the

spring term of 1957 has been an announced.
nounced. announced. Reeistratlon fort classes

beginning April 15 and ending
June 6 will be held at th Fort

Uavis, fort Clayton and Albrook
Air -Force Base education centers
April U and 12 from a.m. to i

p.m. i

All military personnel who
have graduated frem high school
r who have a high school equi equivalency
valency equivalency certificate are eligible
for enrollment provided they
meet the high school graduate
r equavalency requirement.

All courses during the sc-rintf

term be for three credit hours
towards college graduation a a d

glasses win meet evenings from
7 to .10 at the respective educa education
tion education centers,. :.

Tentative classes fneetinir at

Fort Fort Clayton are Spanish 102.

miuiemiuci. aio, ecuon i, econo

mics i zui:. ana nistory 846. Eng English
lish English 101. mathematics 117 Snanish

202, 'psychology 205,. Spanish ,860

and business law 321, section 2.
will meet at Albrook Air Force
Base.
The education center at Fort
Davis will offer courses in busi business
ness business iaw'321, section 1, history 218
and mathematics '105, section 2.
Business law 322 and political set
ence 109 will be offered at Fort
Kohbe. i s-is' vi
. For -all students currently en

rolled in Florida State University -A

courses, preregisirauon wiu be -held
at class' meetings during the -A

nrst weeK or Attru. At tnat ume.

courses may- he chosen f or t h e

spring term..
According to the new Armv Ree-

illation. AR 621-5. restriction on

payment of tuition assistance for
Army personnel having 120 or
more credit hours or who have a
baccalaureate degree has been re

movea. ,

Previously, persons having 120

or more eemester hours of colleae

credit or having a degree' could

not- get payment of tuition assisu

GUATEMALAN UT DIFFERENT Miss Oaye Maples
models a playsuit : designed of Guatemalan material by Mrs.
Nina Morton at the Doctors' Wives Fashion Show,; which was
held in the Bella; Vista. Boom of the Hotel El Panama Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. Materials which are available in local stores were used
in many ot the clothes shown to ladles visiting the Jsthmua
for the Second Inter-American Medical Convention.

'rr-JTTin ..:ti-1 i (

Each eeflea lor Incluaiee la this
columa ahauld b ubmittaJ i in
rrM-wrttnw form -and mailed e
tha fcei atumbsr llttod dally in '$ '$-li
li '$-li aad OtharwiM," er delivered
v haid t the office. Notices of
Mating cannot be accepted by
telephone.
Federation for Christian
Service Will Hold

Mth Semi-Annual Meetimi

The 86th semi-annual rheetfn nf

the Federation -for Christian Serv

ice will be held Thursday April 18

at me beawau Mission. Panama.
A light breakfast will be served
beginning at 8:15 a.m.'' This will

be followed by a tour of the mis

sion. U. v V

Services will begin at 9 a.m. A

luncheon will ba served- before

noon in order that those attending

from Gamboa and. Cristobal may
have ample time to return on the

noon irain. r t ;

Transportation to and from the

station will be furnished.

Those manning to attend this

fellowship are asked to call the
president of their church organi organisation
sation organisation before April 12,

Solon Says Congress

Unable To Find Oul

Where Money Goes

ijtiv wtifU'W r tf'-flks tt s lute
WASHINGTON. April 6 (UP)

Rep. Porter Hardy Jr.- (D-Va)
complained today that Congress
"can't tell what the sam hill hap

pens" to the; money it appropn

ates r tor foreign aw projects.

' Porter, chairman of '''a House

subcommittee investigating tat

aid program, said the Internation-

i ronneration Administration

deals 'almost entirely in generau-

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WASHTKOTON. Anril 6 (UP)

President Eisenhower advising

the National jwucauon am
that he believes there should be
federal help for schools but em-

nhns(7lnor that tnls "WUl noi

ninn fprtprnJ cftntrolt: i

. "niii arhonia are more impor

tant than our Nike batteries.

mnm necessary than our raaar

warning nets, and more powerful

even than the energy or ne

atom." .

UNITED NATIONS Secretary

General Dag- Hammarswow
commenting on Egypt's refusal
In anrawr his ouestlon M to

whether lt considers itself at war

with Israel: ., ,.:

"A ouestlon raised By me is

never abandoned by me: It Is

kept alive." f

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MILWAUKEE. Wis. Robert

Briscoe. Jewish lord mayor -of

Dublin, describing actions of nis

two travelling companions to an

alrnlane "bomb scare :

"When police told us they were

looking for a bomb, my aide, a
Catholic, went looking for a ro

sary. ,f

"My son. Joseph, dashed to the

nearest coin-onerated Insurance

machine."

ties" when it asks Congress for

funds for tne projects. ,.
He said Congress, has been un

able to find out how the money it

authorizes is spent.
John H. -Only; deputy fICA di

rector, disagreed- with Hardy's

complaint. He said the ICA has
"made some ; improvements'?' in

the Information it gives Congress

about the projects and is trying

to make more. t

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But be said the ICA has to make

some adjustments in the projects

it plans because of developments
that occur after it has outlined

them to Congress. -' "
. Hardy said, the ICA needs some

flexibility in shifting project funds

but not as mucn as you nave."

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SUNDAY EVENING BUFFET

of the season

array of food ;

can irnagirift

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in the patios,

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' Enjoy for the last time, this year

This very, popular event.;

Music by

. CLARENCE MARTIN'S Orchestra

J LUCIIO AZCARRAGA at the Organ ;
k t u t: $ v;; 93.SO per Jreraon 1

Carol Greaves
plays the plane ,',
, r tonifbt from ." ; t ; f.
jt 10:0Q JI.M. to t:v S3a.
In the Balboa Ba.

f Call Maltre dhoUI :
, 1-160, for -t-n f -
. j reservations. I

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Feather FinlsK ensure j

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perfect at aH tirael.
Kothinz equalj it for :

retouching ... it b a hltai

of fine Yardley Powder :
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ContinuteL 'i

.Tea Party Held i V
f At Mr. Sauser's N
- The Isthmian Nurses Assocla-
Vfinn bntprtalnpd "the VlsitinC 1 and

: local doctors' wives at' a' delight-

ful tea given' at the Corozal borne
" of Mrs. C' W. Sauser Frrt v aft aft-'
' aft-' trnoon."1 " ,vk '
" The party was' held la 'he sptf-
' fcioui grounds "of Mrs. Sauser s
V. ft Am A V An att motive note was a

f huge- beach unbrella which had
4: Wn covered Dink .under., which

May .wine was served in- glasses

i oecoratea wiuv uny w't
, Miss Beatrice Simonis. neai

Ija -cinrens hospital- was .one

' (oHiet whn officiated at the

table; Mrs; Mary Hummed pr6si-

dent of, the Isthmian Nurses As-
aoclatlon assisted. Mrs.. Sauser,, u

- welcoming the guests, is, ;
, Corundu Women' Club ,7.
-Will Hold Spring .. ,t
1 i,..ku U Tluali .. :... .,,. ,"

. The curundu Women's Club will

. rliold...thir annual-spring luncheon

.. in the Fern ttoora ,of the Tivoll
ri Guest House on, Wednesday- at J

pmc f i' t
' Tlils wilf be' the initial luncheon
lM'ofvthe club's 1957. pro-gram and
the newly elected officers will be
introduced at this time. An attra?.
' tive door prize will be given
Members and their guests may
phone Mr. Elizabetli Benson 83 83-5164
5164 83-5164 or Mrs Thelmr,Valentlne 83 83-413T
413T 83-413T for reservations.!. "'-

' Z!!Z-l..-t "bark, the men beat it to.ieuth

Will r. MM iivoii j"-. Tj-, .. r.7P,Ia-40. hu

h. Jltd Mond?v Aprl 1 5." it. roomer, Mrs.. Eva. Eden, 65, and
will be Wld Mondiy, j April Llfn(1j 'tt.on, inin Hhi-arv bn the

Jewel-Bedeclcecj4 Rood le ;
To. Be Raffled By IAWC

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House. ... ij
Memberg of, the Jewish faith
rvina In thn Armed Forces m

h Panama" area. and thaifi de-

pandantv t've been invited to- t-i

tend -th Jreditionel 5der Dinner,
known air thefaatt of the Pass Passover,"
over," Passover," asvflutit of the National

. Jaivick WaWara Board.

morning study group at 9 a.m..

Thursday April U at the Tivoli

Hotel where they will be joined
by Miss Rosita Palacio, Panama's

only woman architeot, who -"wilt

conduct the -group on a tour of

Panamanian nomes. . i

:.The four homes to be visited

have been selected for their Indi

vidual tropical architecture; ; I

. .Members who have cars are

asked to arrange transportation
forsthose who do not. and areurg-

d to be. at the- Tivoli promptly at

9, o(clock, i w -.
Detroit Housewife
Raped; Money, Ccr
Stolen Pyl Thieves ;

PETROIT, April 6 (UP)-Three
men raped a housewife 'and mo mo-lactaH
lactaH mo-lactaH he n j.'par-nld daughter

today 'during a two-hour reign of

terror. They also; ransacked the

home and fled- with .$1,102; J a

radio, a television set ana we

family sr

t lory orr ta,v saw me uuw

men, air .Negroes, ampusneu mu
whfiri lie'! returned home ,aod

fh. man host him nnriJ. ftiift fiiindred future citizens 01

fnrpoit him to .'let them into his Panim are Retting a helping:

w. -. -- ... i r h ..... 1 -I

housed iw..4iS nang-ana possioiv new muu-

When the family dog Degan- 10 ing lor.mwr: orpiiuuKo

ter-American Women's Club Asl Asl-lo
lo Asl-lo de Nuestra gefiora Commit Committee.
tee. Committee. S ) v
. The committee' is at. present

busy .selling; tickets for a Taffle

to be held Majr 28. This year, in

order to raise funds, to build a
new home for the 100 orphans,
they have tlecked' out toy poo poodle
dle poodle with oyer $1000 worth.of Jew-

' The poodle. Joylta' which 1s
on' display at Mercurlo's has the

followlne assortment of Jewelry
to offer the winnerl ")

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firRt. flnnr of 'the home.

- The- men bound the family and
one of them raped Mrs. Orr.
Another threatened to rape the
stirL -Orr said. unless he opened

a TSflfe 4n. which he kept the
receipts from" tf jstore operated by
the" family,

Orr said his daughter was taicen

Civilians: wishing to attend mayito the -basement where she, was

tnaka'raservaUons-by calling the

USO-JWB at Balboa 1072. Reserv Reserv-vation
vation Reserv-vation will close Saturday, April
; J3, :-' ; i i'a;'f.'fSfS"p p3Z
Woman's Auxiliary V Kt 't

t ... v .. RalKna llnlan Churcn -A

'111 The Women's Auxiliary of t the
I') i '. Balboa Union Church, will hold
i'"' an evening meeting Tuesday Pes Pes-f1
f1 Pes-f1 will be served at 7 o'clock. ;

i f 'u 4 uevotions wiu oe given oy ws,
I William Allen.

Mrs. Maxwell Smith will give a
aolo, !'.r,;f.?f

The speaker will be Dr. Alder-'

ton ft Oamboa who will take as
v his subject, "Christian Family
Life."
' Mis Resit? Pacl-'
Will Take Collag t .
. ,,Club Member on Tour ":tj

y TMemDers or the canal one coi
:Jg Clvb and their guests are In-

yitad to to meet with the Thursday

f

beaten and molested. Then- she

was. brought back to the library

searched the house for vaiuames

f Orr? who also is an auto worker,
said the three took $742 from him,
$200 front his 'Wife and $160 from
Mrs, Eden. Then they loaded a
radio; and -television set into his
Lincoln 'Capri and fled, hd said.

He. said two of the men, wore

masks'; because they apparently
feafed he would recognize him.

He- said he believed they knew, he

had won $540 in the numbers
game yesterday and that the
family; customarily kept .' large

sums7wtash on hand.

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Spanish Gold

In Russia

Py Republicans!

' LONDON, A?rfl (UP) Radio
' Moscow reported oday that 420
million dollars worth of Spanish
: gold smuggled o Russia 20 years
ago had, been spent "to finance
the (Spanish) Republican cause."
The sold, taken from the Span

ish treasury,' was -smuggled : out

cf the country by-the Communist Communist-,
, Communist-, supported Republican govern
' tnenU Spain has been trying ever
Blneo to get it back. M r
Today's 1 broadcast, quoting
' what it raid was an editorial -in
the Communist organ Pravda',
- said there -was no. gold left; :M -,
"Some foreign v newspapers
carry articles 'concernine the d-

- bosU of Spanish gold 1a the USSRi

., so years ago, completely- ignoring
the; expenditure incurred by the
' Spanish Reoublican government

"After the Spanish ,. Republican

government had deposited -the
money in. Moscow, it frequently
asked, the Soviet Central State
ftank.. to make payments abroad

from it. The payments became

. lo -frequent that the money soon

was all gone. ;

Amb. MacArlhuri

Reminds Japanese

01 $ Blouse Oulcome

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THIS IS "JOYITA". The little black toy poodle (no, he
not alive) is bedecked with over $1000 worth of Jewelry which
is being raffled off by the Inter-American Women's Club to
help raise money, to build a new orphanage for the Asllo

- wuestra senora. .,,,.,

A mosquetta pin with cultured
pearls, a 14-kt ladles ring with
cultured pearls,- an 18-kt. gold
bracelet with. multicolored

stones, a 14-kt. gold ladles' ring
with topaz stone, a 14-kt. gold

watch ladies' "Avianca" ; wvtn
four diamonds, an 18-kt f itold
slave bracelet with four gold

charms-and a pair of. 14-kt. gold

'Each ticket, which sells for. $1.

entitle t he owner to ',-two
chances on the numbers drawn
for. the May. 26th lottery. Tickets
may be purchased from any
member, at Mercurlo's or at the
IAWC headquartera inth Tlv-

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Newsletter To Be First Activity

Of Carib Retired Afairs Unit

Publication on May 1 of a news
letter and the first of the semi semiannual
annual semiannual orientations for retired
officers. 'also in May, are the Ini Initial
tial Initial activities of the UjS. Army
Caribbean Retired Affairs Unit
which was activated March 21. -;
The new unit operates .under
the direction of the adjutant
general and Is charged with de developing
veloping developing and maintaining con continued
tinued continued .interest" In 'Army affairs
among retired personnel -resld
ingr ln the Canal Zone and the
Republic of Panama.

s There are at the present time
i. retired officers;.;pne retired
Chief warrant officer jmd 89, re-

,UAK.A-iapan Airu.o.; ra-7nB nfi the Remiblic PI ran

hoemrtnr Dnnfflan MacArthur II'. j . .

warned todayagainst the "(mddeil ; Th f'ffst bf theTsemT-anhuat

orientations planned for retired

officers will toe. held at rort Am Amador
ador Amador in. May at a date to be de-,
termined.i; ;?.y'' lV-''
This meeting will be of two

hours duration ana wiu cover
subjects on administration; and
Army organization and develop development
ment development which are of -Interest; to
the retired officer., '? i V V-The
The V-The Adiutant General of u.S.
krm-v rnrlhhpnn will nubHsh the

news letter periodically. It will
contain information designed to

assist retired personnel in tne
management of their' personal
affairs, principally In, the areas
of. benefits, privileges, and enti entitlement.
tlement. entitlement. ;. ; J ; '" -v i ''.
' It is currently planned td pub publish
lish publish the first Issue of the new
letter onvor about May. 1. ....
Letters have, beenmailed to
cl of the retired members of
the Army n thr .Canal Zfme a a-rea
rea a-rea Inform'nc them of -the es establishment
tablishment establishment of the Retired Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Unit at U.E. Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean headotirteT.
Letters-wilt v also be sent' to
fhnse of the Armv who come t
this command for retirement
orJ Trho are retired locally.
- Tiie periodical news letter will
contain sinh information a th

ori a Jull and mutual un-irlehts and trrtvueees 01 retired

derstandirtg of both sides of thclnersminel. new concepts of mc-

. 'eroblem." '. ern warfare, organization, poa-

flood of low-priced goods that

often causes trouble." ;
. In an address before the Japan-.
America Society here, MacArthur,
who i took over his post -two
monthr ago, said Japanese busi business
ness business ignored this rule and led to
the trouble that developed in' the
United States-over doar blouses
and velveteens 6 from Japan.;

Believing in liberal trade poli

cies' not" absolute free trade,
which at present is an unrealistic

abstraction we opened our mar market
ket market generously to these goods,"
MacArthur said. 'But suddenly

they flooded'. the market, caused
companies to stop their looms and

threw people out of work.
-"This inevitably-generated high
ly emotional. .pressures for remed remedial
ial remedial c t i o n. Fortunately, co
operative action, was -taken r by
voluntary agreement before there
was' aeedfor restrictive legisla-i

ti.on. s. ' i

I do. not pretend, that, tne

agreement which .was reached
gava entire .satisfaction to either
Japan or the United States. There

was. criticism of .it in both eoun-

tries. JB4 it bas been my exper experience
ience experience that an agreement which
satisfies only. one partner la.nJt
apt-to be din-able since it is not

based on a juu ana muiuai

cles. mission of the Army and
UJS. Army Caribbean' and other

items considered to be ,of inter
est td retired members'

- ,The Adjutant 'Oeheral twill
process through the Retired Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Unit, correspondence from
retired personnel resulting; from

tne initiation of this activity.
'. .:A mi mi m i
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Civil Righls Bill B

Deemed Deceptive
WASHINGTON (UP) Asst.

Atty Qen, Warren OlnejLlII said

today attempts to amend Presi

dent Eisenhower's civil, rights bin

to compel jury trials are "danger

ously acceptive.". ( ; .:,
He told the nihth annual eoi

ferenco of the- Civil 'Liberties

Clearing; House the proposals are

a -'-ciever aevjee" to emascu emasculate.
late. emasculate. . (and) nullify the proposed

civu rignu legisiauon. r w
One section of the President's

bill would empower the govern

ment to obtain court injunctions

against 'civil rights violations and
to fUe contempt of court suits
against anyone who ignores or

violates them. ; r s ;

Three .Demnoratl asnatnra

James O. Eastland (Miss). Strom

Thurmond (SC) and Harry- F.
Byrd (Va) have, proposed an
amendment which ', would make

jury trials mandatory in such con

tempt cases. They said Mie change
is necessary to protect the "civil

rights" of defendants. ;

Olney said a "careful nalvshr"

of the proposed amendment shows

it 'to be a dane erouslv decen-

rive.-. xana clever device" to

nullify" 1 the whole civil rirfiU

proposal. .. .t.--.

The effect would be to weaken

and undermine the authority of

the federal courts, by making

uieir every urucr, vvea waen ia-
sned after due hearing reviewa

ble by a local Jury," h said.

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ClARNlVALITOr Al AMADOR Members of the Fort. Amador Enlisted Men's Council enjoy a steak supper given recently to
honor. the winners of-the Amador Service Club's. "Carnivalitp." They are (left to right) 6p3, Bob Green, -Pvt.: Charles Alber
'Sp3 Joseph Kilgalon, Sp3 Ronald rrench. Mrs. Elizabeth Haberstlck, service club, director, Mrs. Georgia -JHoward,: program di-
rertor for the service club, and Sp3 Jack Strange. v ,. ,. ; ;rrj.S. Armr Photo)

Scow

1 Gamboa Scouts To Get ;

God and Country Awaras
hamboa -scouts win re

ceive the Hoy Scouts of America
God and i- country award tot

their exceptional cnurcn ai-uuy
a.nd ervic during a. special cer

emony at the Gamboa Ufuon

Churcn tomorrow. ; r
planned by the Rev. Walker M.
Alderton, minister of the churcn,

e-Wav AAMtrtiinV Will T.R Kfl H1UUO

vHrw wh rptriiiar mornintt

service that begins at 10:40. Tna

entire service wiu iaae uib iuim
of a youth convocation, with

both Boy and Gtrj bcouw prea prea-ent
ent prea-ent in uniform
Highlighting the ceremony
will be the presentation of tne
nru on1 r.nnntrv medals to

scouts Archie penjamln Carroll,

IH; jarnes OUS uawon, jr.;

ry Leroy utvenaer, uvu&ixa
Gray MacLeanJ John McGrew;
mi inhn finodnass. The sev

enth acout, Jesse Wayne Craw

ford, will not he present, out toe

awara wiu oe presented mm iui iui-witrded
witrded iui-witrded hv the church to him lq

the united states. :

; MaJ.iGen.' LOUli T.r Heavn,
president of -the Canal Zone
i a v OMnnf. if

fJQUncU VI tuc dvj oi tf
ijuriKi rum i William E. potter r

Crowe, a vlce presiaent oij tue
council and t chairman; of the
nnnrrt' rfvanrement commit

tvuM-- ,

tee, will tajte pari on mo cetc cetc-mnnles.
mnnles. cetc-mnnles. Gov potter and Judge

nrawe will make pnei '.aaaress-

es honoring the1 boyi tor thplr
.enlevement In moral and spir-

Uualtralnlng; ; v" i 1 f

Whx KTaflnnal TJrntest&nt Com-

ut.. ffli C.(MiHncr established

in the United States, coordinates
the program tor' these' awards
on behalf of the National Coun Council
cil Council 'of the Boy Scouts of Amer America,
ica, America, only boy scouts' and explor explorers
ers explorers hi stood standing are eligible

for the awara, , n

a RAndldata for the

medal award each boy must ful fulfill
fill fulfill the requirements for study

aa Qirectea oy u.o uuuwi
the church and perform service
4v ahiirch indicating the

highest atandarda of devotiori to

Ooa as iaia aown m i w
Scout oath and law. Under the
nmrnm tha scouts mUSt Dre-

nara naners and meet a sub

committee of the officer of the
church for examination, and re re-w4
w4 re-w4 cLim-iiar awards are avail-

able for boy scout of other ft

llgioua, iaiuis. ; '.

t m announcing- u
program. Rev. Alderton also an announced
nounced announced the names of seven oth oth-k..
k.. oth-k.. f tVi- mmboi commu

nity who are eligible candidatea

to receive tne uoa ww vouum
award later this year. Thev ares
n.ni in-ntT neil. jr.! Edmund

Taylor Bleakley, Jr.; Davis Boos-

trom; William rjeoorne oibi,

Samuel Mclivaine uramyr; wu-

News

Ham Harry Munyon, jr.;

Donald Jtogers, jr..
Other distinguished members
of the scouting program in the
Canal Zone who wiu attend the

ceremonies are FranKiin r.

Chase, scout executive of tne ca
nal Zone council; .Vincent Bia

va, scoutmaster; and Mr. C. J

Holmes, skipper of Sea Explorer
Ship 10,
Personnel Sgt. Major
Named Explorer Advisor
Sfc Walter I. Harcourt, Jr.,
personnel sergeant major, Head-

and I quarters sosrd AAA Battalion,

i! ore rjiayton, nas oeen namea
advisor of the Explorer Post No.
17, Fort Clayton. ;
TT9.rp.ourt has been an active

scout for the past 19 years and

noias tne rans oi eagie scuun.
He has attended international
boy scout jamborees in Paris,

France ,and Bad Isliel, Austria,
and also represented the Boy
Seouta i of America at th

Greek National '.Tnmhnrp. of.

Athens, Greece. Harcourt was
responsible for the organization

oi tne iirsv U.BA4 scout troop in
Greece, and was presented the
Greek; scouting award for serv service
ice service to boys and scouting by King
-PauLv4T'''.i."
- While with tlifl.urs. Army Mis Mission
sion Mission to Bolivia, Harcourt organ organized
ized organized the first scout troop for U.S.
military dependents there.

There's more to seei..

Mother Yho Mailed

baughler's llude

Photos

NEW YORK, April (UP) A

mother was accused war

mailint: "send for me leueri

, mt nnotoBTaoba 01

her beaatiful 17-year-old daughter

to men whose names
from lonely hearts clubs.- Replies

brought an average of 1125 per
letter Jor,"bu fara."

HJi. Attorner oeorge aianworoi

..m ka fnnt)ir. Mrs. CI to Henry.

42, and Harreth B. Henry, $4, the

girl's step-fatner, oiutea loaeiy
men of thousands of dollars in
tha nrket that was operated from

hotel rooms across the country.

Postal Inspector wuuara .

oaau mm m ...
brunette, perfectly proportioned."

was deChDa as cuner iroeij w

orphaned in the letters.
! Mrs. Henry,- a thin, aoft-voced

woman, waa held a $5,000 bond

fter her arraignment oelore U.a.

CommUsioner Earle N. Bishopp

oa charges of using the mails to

defraud, A hearing was set for

Henry, who ien meur noiei room

here -last Might before police

losed in, was sought cm simuar
h !- Mantzorot said Hertnr

ick the eode pictures of the f i.

Keepwg on the move toe cocpe
u hrt's -!y krg er.c
tr.ii out lnrs en--! receive r-
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Naturally you'll want to fly to the U.S. A. with
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Your TYavel Agent will gladly make all necessary
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t I f TVn flir It-S

lomatose, GavUan, Eric
oiliplete Four-Horse Field

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Miss Virginia de la Guardia's classy Chilean?
cd black horse Melendez gets a chance to redeem
itself this afternoon against a good field of second
ries imported thoroughbreds f in ther750 seven seven-i
i seven-i :rlong feature race at the President Reff race

track.
frnrtav l Ladies, Day at the
Only three opponents wil line
i i againHt Melendez but any
v 3 of the trW could return an
n et winner. The lother sched sched-t!
t! sched-t! i starters are Camotose. Gav Gav-j;.
j;. Gav-j;. a and Eric.
Comatose was a close second
to' Gavilarfsover a mile last week
in-the fast time 'Of 1:38 45. Eric
xvas astronK closing third after
la : lin-MA off. the -oace.
t nubeniaV8aties will aaln ride
V e Stud Chtre ace. Comatose.
1 i :sfsoi!s,.has nevr been bet-,
trirfinishln Jlrst arid second
i last two outlnes., v
' Oavilafl;wm have favorite rid rid-i
i rid-i Jose ML Bravo in the saddle.
"Vouna; Bravo 'is a. far; cry from
s fathefV: the 'incomparable
: aco." powever. he Is no slouch
t .oard a horse and usually gets
v exoectedly :ood results from
t! fractious Gavllan. : .;
. tittle vHellodorpi Gusthiert. R
vcn n gster who; Is finally Rettf h?
t! r ;snack of bootlns tome win win-t
t win-t H consiRtentlv wilt be aboariJ i
l.$ prapdfa-thpr's Erlc-PS us?l.
Klefspro Yca'aiTenlPCM the
Vrteratf jpia? Api'rrft ftbowd Mf Mf-Iptidez.'
Iptidez.' Mf-Iptidez.' L8st S"ndav; in the'
Francisco,, Ara Pared"
A'Julrr'' 'could not te '-t
eon f,f l'cencfoso.A"cl po'
r rtti h filial fHfTnn? tbTv t
liter; r flew down the stretch to
- 4cf or Mature In-
, SAFARI"
'' David Brian In
! "Fury At GqnsigW Pass"
Today IDEAL' AS.- .75
i.lJatld BrlaVi In i
J "FURY AT GUNSIGHT
. PASS" ,
I Paul Douela In ' 'f
"GAMMA PEOPtE".' 1
TODAY
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CHALLENGE ONE...

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FRED MacMURRAY!

JEFFREY HUNTER
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land a fast going but distant
third. v -It
Is expected that :Ycaza will
be able tot get the Luis Rodri
guez trained charger into' stride
before the race Is halfway
through, then make mincemeat
of the opposition. ;
An added attraction Is the
clash between the expensive Po Po-siblemente,
siblemente, Po-siblemente, which was a big flop
In his' debut; and classic candi
date Minuendo. The latter,, re
portedly- a good router in Ar
gentina. will be maklni his lo
cal debut undeT the gu'nance of
lead'nc lockev Ruben Vasouez,
Racetrack Tips
By CONRADO
1 Metto
2 Black Bee
3 Destello
"4 Fru Fru
5 Minuendo
fi Coral
7 Tiny Brook
8 Scintillation
fl Lifeboat
10 Melendei
Winsaba
Nacho
Don Bri$ido
Pichoto
osibleninte
Olivr
GramilU
Kad'r
' Suntonner
Eric

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This was the land of Three Brothers and
they ruled it with fist and gun with only trouble
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THE MAN WHO
KNEW TOO MVCH
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ARTISTS AND
. MODELS

Pelicans Manager Hojpes Yants

Will Send Him
NEW ORLEANS VuP) The,
New Orleans Pelicans are hum-'
ming a tune which goes like this:
"The Yanks are Coming." -
When Pelican Manager Harry
(Peanuts) Lowrey hums the tune
he means he hopes the New York:
Yankees are coming through with
more pitchers for the Pels, more
outfielders and more infielders.
The Pelicans who open South
ern Association play against Mo
bile here April 12, are operating
this" year with a partial working
agreement with the Yanks.
If they are to improve last
year's fifth place standing they
will need real and early backing
from New York.
The Pels played a good defen defensive
sive defensive game, against the Boston Red
Sox last Sunday before losing J-o
on a questionable home run. But
they collected only three hits.
Lowrey is not set on the Pell Pell-cans,
cans, Pell-cans, but said last minute help
from the Yankee clubs at Rich Richmond
mond Richmond and Denver will provide; a
"promising" roster.
George Prigge, former Birming
ham infielder, from Richmond. He
batted .272 last year with the
Barons.
"The boys have looked pretty
good," Lowrey 1,said, "and they
Professional football play players,
ers, players, still incensed at Commission Commissioner
er Commissioner Bert Bell's alleged double cross
at e winter league meeting, are
muling an ace gimmick to force
owner recognition of their" asso association
ciation association refusal to play lucrative
exhibition games without pay.
When President Elsenhower winds
un nnenine dav in Washington,
he'll be tossing out the 10 millionth
(that's right)- baseball made tor
the big leagues ...The majors con consume
sume consume 100,000 balls' a year.
Blame the temporary golf e e-clipse
clipse e-clipse of Gene Littler (remember
him?) on tinkering-with a swing
that used to be faultless .. listen listening
ing listening to Ibe advice of $oomany -people
fouled Jura up further He'H

7:00 9:00
60c. 30c.

EMOTIONS!
a dangerous woman
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BEYOND A REA REASONABLE
SONABLE REASONABLE DOUBT
, Also: -,
ULYSSES

Some If itcheVs

t
are showing lots of hustle. That's
what pleases me more, than any
thing."
: Lowrey praised Morris vThacker
as nis jno. l caicner,
He said- he wasn't, worried about
Yanks said they would back us
up in that department My wor worries
ries worries are in the infield."
. Lowrey. i was pleased with th
job done a g a i nt the Sox, by
shortstop Ludtka and, th; play of
outfielders Ken Hunt, Bob. Jams,
"We'll make changes before theJ
season opens,", Lowrey said, eT'as
soon as I learn how strong a team
is needed m the Southern- Asso Asso-ciatiom
ciatiom Asso-ciatiom I'm told It's very fast
league."
Pelican General ,; Manager '-Vince
Rizzo said if the fans support the
team, : the club ; will retain it
agreement with the Yanks in 1958.
It lost $100,000 last year as at attendance
tendance attendance sagged.
. Lowrey declined to make any
predictions on the pennant chase..
But he said: 1
"I never played on any club
that I didn't figure had a chance
to win the pennant. From thet sea season's
son's season's opening until the end you'll
see the Pelicans hustling because
that's one thing I will insist upon."
GeneJJttler ;
st'ill lrinV nt?' lb.OOO' -W Frankit
Laine's silver dolUr in the vpeeni vpeeni-ing
ing vpeeni-ing Las Vegaj DOughpen'i Calcut Calcut-ta...
ta... Calcut-ta... -tyfoKM' V ? ,'
Tommy (Terrible Tantrum) Bolt
is tired of newsmen apologizing to
him for stuff they'.ve written about
his temperament ... Will throw a
club for every line: that's scribbled
in the interest of publicity., c
-The most piibllcited 'recruit In
soring' baseball training is th e
t&rau' Dirk Stuart, a right-hand
slugger wno ,aoi' event uxwy w
lust nast putdoWn date-1 He has
an aversion t fly ball;.; Was told
last vear in the minora he'd have
to hit "three homers a; game to
heln anv team" i0 went out and
bashed 68 for Lincoln w For spare
time fun (and cash) ne hae played
rugged extra- rolea Houywooo..
r Yankee brass is not sure Teny
Kubek hits the" long ball enough to
"Looks bad for-alliWinnlnff .'North
Carolina's foes next vear..,Remind
ed that the Tar Heels bad sewed
up a couple of the National Colle Colle-eiate
eiate Colle-eiate Athletic Association title play
Off games with hot-shot Len Rosen Rosen-bluth
bluth Rosen-bluth (the -onlvi senior starter) en
the bench. Coach Frank McGirire
cracked, "I told you we'd be bet bet-ter
ter bet-ter next year" 'informed a Phi
ladelphia audience he has "anoth "another
er "another Tom Cola"" nd another' Paul
Arinn on his freshman team... a
r - .'' -T3ie
NaUOnal Basketball Associa
tion has found it an.shut up one
of oro basketball's clubhouse law
yers by bringing up the old subject
of point-shaving scandals...
Al Balding, the Cansdiia golf
pro with the full crop-of bair, had
no thought of making a living at
dunking putts unui ne won. a
company tournament and a Tor
onto rubber factory lost a diligent
employe j'
Sounds like Ben fiogan needed
some ready cash when HE made
the approach to a sports magazine
rl to by-line gou lessons v
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A CRYING SHAME -A, dream ends' hard for the Rosedale
High lads as the entire squad slumps on the bench after losing
the .final game of the Kansas Class A A Basikrthaii rhimnmn.

ship in' the University of Wichita Fieldhouse. Bob Brown, 34,

vi chhs nuwn qpemy. iave
.tears under a towel. The team,
.of its class in the state,' lost
ef Kansas Ctyt 60-53.

Race Track Graded Entries

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Horse
! Jekr : St.
1st Race "MHla. and H2a.
. Natives 7 Fgs. o
1 Jal Alal O. de Leon 102
2 Don Manuel Fv Hidalgo, 109
8 Piel de Asno A. Gonza, 96
4 Don Jaime E. Ortega J00
6 Tacera ; V T V. Castillo 112
6 Winsaba i h. Oufstlnes 6x
7 Fabionet S. Hernandez 105x
Metto ,.' -j A. ycaza 1,17
2nd Race fE and F' Natives 1 F.
t ,2m RACE OF
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,J Bugaba -F. Sanchw 100x
8V-Black Bee K. Flores 118
3-Nacho A. Vergara 117
4 Elenlta' O-'de Leon 105

a uamaaura H. ausunes 98x Early speed only -S--Filon
' M. Guerrero. 103 Would pay off J
7 Folletlto 6.' Hernandei 98 Nothmg recently

ird Race "A" Natives Fgs.
r ONBT
1 Apache -r r H. Onstlnes' 105x
2 Don Brlgldo O. Montero 107
3 Radical yV ,. B. Baeza 108tw
4 Destello O. ie Leon 108
5 Joe ,8. Hernandei 97x
6 -Lady Edna J. M. Bravo 108

4tn Ree "Hla.'r Native 7 Fga- PursVl275' Pool Closes 8:2ft
",t. QUINIELA

1 Ro-Gkllito B. Baeza 104 n
2- i-Pichoto..5 Rodriguez 113,
3 Presldenter O. de Leon. 113
4 QueLlndOi,-.S.;;Hernan, .112x'

5 Reglr ,G Montero 106xiNot -off recent ones
S Pro- Ffu ; V ; Avila-121 rSeema "sure thing"

5th ?;fSf)ii4-lW;
. 1 Minuends R Vasquea-1 15-
2 Atomic. Springv;.V. CaS. 110
3-rPosiblemente It. Cristlan 11T

4 (Display Bono; p. Hidal. 112' Has good races- la U:S. 3-1
, & (Coronation' Day CW- m-'-Caa run too 3-1
. .v.- ''".-'?'-.-' "'v -'-v ".
6th Race 5th. Series lmi. 6 Fg3.Puse $500 ? Fool Closes 3:35
, .--, f FIRSTRACE OF. THE DOUBLE :

1 Oliver" 'S '-.'CarvaJal ilff -Heii. early -foot f
20amberwU J.- Hidalgo 115;:-Uauany"JSeats-these'
3-Genlzarlto J A-Yeaza 116;-rLacks early -speed
4 Trtrreme V '.rB- Baeza 118 fNothing recently.
5Coral' 'R. VasquexllS .;nrwiv her. '.if'
e-Oro' Purita H.' Reyes 112 iWwld pay- off
7 Sweet Wlpdsbr;A--.Gbri.-105 .-Would pay ; even more
-.. v f ,:; v ;

7th Raie lib Seriea lmp. 7 PftPui-se $400 Pool Close 1:05

N RACE' OFt
1- Teloreo
2 Filito

. B. Baeza" tl2 T Easy win' last -J.
Avila 118 Has new trainer

3 Polizott' l. : H. Ruiz 118 Good early speed t ;
4 Weima, Jlmmey Gatica 106 'Dangerous, this, time.
' 5 Tlrry Brook H. Gustines I03x-Can make it here' t",
fr-JGlramillai'.. i A; Vasquei 115.. Usually dlsappointa
7 Escorlai J.-Jlmenei ll5 --Forrn indicates J
8 Janaretta -' O. de Leon 112 Could" be upsetter e
9 (Grlmllda R.5 Vasquei 1 10 i,-CompeUtion too stiff ;
10 (Curale ? C. JgleslarllO Has no future r
i i;V' 'f,v ., '' v;

8th, Race 5U Serlea Imp. Ff.Pnie $500
t . v; '..--t QUINIELA f

:l--Ezcasay ,', B. Baeza 105,.
3 Fentx v .- T. Hidalgo 108
3 Dawn SoncH. Oustlnei 103x
4 ScintUaUon R. Vaaques -122
5 KadiT -, V. Caitillo 122
ChlvUingo
J. M. Bravo 105
th Rice 5th gerlea tap., C Frs
1 Carrawar 'H. Gustines 107x
2 Embrulada B. Aguirre 115

3 Golden Corn II Bravo 105 About ready bow ?
4 Lifeboat B. Baeza 118 Long overdue
Marta fituardo A, Vas. in Knocking at door
Greco r R. Vwque 112 Rn weU previous
7 After K f A. Tcaza 113 Record breaker
t Suntonner F. Oatica 110 Could take it all
(Arrabalero H. Ruiz 110 -Not against these these-40
40 these-40 (Ienart K. Flores 118 Lacks early speed
1LE1 Pakir O. de Leon 110 Serious here

Ittia Race 2nd Series Imp. 7 Fga

1 Comatose
2 Gavilan
J Eric-!

. R, Vasqueni3"
3. vr Bravo lis
1 H. Ouatinea 1Q2X

WOOierv. second from ipft hei

representing the Smallest school 1
to the largest, Wyandotte,
. v
also
r ", ComiMnt
Odds
Purse $275 ."' Pool Closes 13:50
1 FIRST RACE dP THE DOUBLE
Distance-to liking '
Could get up here
Nothing to indicate ;
Poor recent races i
Good early speed v
-Should be close jup
Early speed bnly
- Should beat these '!
- 4-1
3-1
13-1
10-1
3-1
5-1
-10-1
2-1
Purse $275 Pool Closes
THE DOUBLE
- i '
Fair effort in last; 1
Should score again
Dropped in tlass r
Dangerous this time '
1:15
4-1
3-2
3-1
2-1
420-l
15-1
15-1
Purse f375
. Pool Closes
(. f. h t A.
1:15
TWO
Contf qdlctory victory
Weights handicap
- Not. against: these
Should score easily
Must go loer
Excellent race last
4-1
3- 1
8-1
1-5
50-1
4- 1
lost to Pampanlni
Blazing' early speed
3-1
5-1
10-1
15.1
20-1
. 1-2
'.-
Must improve more
- :Would;pay nice odds
- Pool Closes 2:55
-Ha good rating 3-2
- Mplete flop i i '50-1
Mutuels favorite -" --EVEN
.2-1
'4-1
3-1
3-1
5-1
io-i
20-1
THE DOUBLE
10-1
v 4-1
ao-i
t4-l
".. 5-1
r'M
15-1
40-1
10-1
Pool Closes 4:40
Ran-wen la last a
Good early speed .
Must g;o lower , .!
Form indicates
' J-l
15-1
10-1
'7-5
-3-2
10-1
Back In best form
wouia surprise
Purse 150
Peel Closes 5:15
Fastest at getaway -'
Returns from layoff
15-1
3-1
.I
-1
'j'Si---
3-1
8-1
8-1
8-1
Pairse 75 Pool Closes 5:4t
WUl be Tip there J-l
Seeks repeat victory' 3-1
Weiehts in fivor ,- r.. 2-1

V -..-y-o. !illaWIWIMllilMa1MatM p ''''A
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT '
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' Showing at Your Service
DIABLO, HTSf 2:30 7:00
Ann Sheridan ' :
; Steve Cochran"' l
"COME, NEXT SPRING"
' Colorl
Mon. "Bigger' Than Life
, MARGARITA 2:30. 6;15,
Marilyn Monroe
I Don Murray
"BUS STOP"
Cinemascope Color!
, Mon. "Divided Heart -'
8:15
l A I t Cm A
9 r L U J r

Th0 lov!t ttory of m t4ngm boy

and an und0rttartdlng
M-G-M presents f j
In CINEMASCOPE and
METBOCOLOR
Detorah Kerr -John

ALSO SHOWING MONDAJ

PARAISO 6:15 -8:15
"BANDIDO"
SANTA CRUZ 6:15- 8:40
"LUST FOR LIFE"
CARNEGIE HALL

Playing TODAY at the
COLON ARENA
TOMORROiktthe
CENTRAL Theatre

V ''-Presented by' "V
ELLA FITZGERALD
ELLA FITZGERALD. Ne

claim accorded to her . and no other singer,. so richly deserves 4,
the success and plaudits. f i : : ..-.-j. 1
'After 23 'years 'in show.' business, Ella's : appeal Is greater
than ever. This year, as she has been so frequently in the past,
Ella was selected top female :vnci"st-rn t Down -Beat and
Metronome Magazine annual polls. Her record sales have topped :

the 25 million mark.- Night clubs and theaters are clamoring

for personal appearances, f ;
M a further tribute to tier
artists voted her the "greatest

eaterorv of the "Musicians' Musicians FolLJan expert Leonard

Feather conducted hie unique poll for his "Encyclopedia Year Yearbook
book Yearbook of Jan." With 161 of America's finest nd most 'famous -.
musicians' casting ballots, Ella received almost, three times a
rtianv votes as the second place winner. : '
. ', There's a reason for these triumphs: .U and that's Ellt
herself. She possesses a tender simplicity of style that sets her
apart from al lother vocaUsts. While "Ella sings -with "heart," ft
Is a-pure disciplined heart that shapes the great "Fitzgerald
technique. One writer said that-"In vEUa Fitzgerald there U k ..
basic purity, of sound: and style;- she sing truly and she slnrs
honestly . Ella Fitzgerald is the Hemingway of singers." Ella
is as perennial and versatile as Pedro yarras and Tons la Negra.
Ninety minutes of Jan Concert with the Inimitable Ella
Fitzgerald, the Oscar Petersen Trio, Herb Ellis and the, greatest
Drum of the year Joe Jones, all in person TODAY at the CO-.
LON ARENA at' 7 'p.m. Tomorrow playing at the CENTRAL
Theatre ta Panama City. - - ;.

PANAMA

'CAN FILL YOVR NEEDS!

Center Theatres Today

GAMBOA 7:00
"Land of The Pharaohs"'
Tues. "Come, Next Spring""
GATUN 2:30 7:00
"THE BEST THINGS IN
LIFE ARE FREE"
Tues. ."Flame of the Islands"
CRISTOBAL 2:30 7:00
ATr-Conditloned e '
Ginger Rogers t
Michael Rennie
"TEENAGE REBEL" 1
Cinemascope Color! v
Also showing Monday!
. Mr-Conditioned
1:15 3:45 6:15.
woman
Kerr
LA BOCA 7:00
"STAR OF INDIA
CAMP BIERD 6:15- 8:25
"ARTISTS and MODELS"
JAZZ CONCERT

8:40

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k"'.v the SUNDAY AMERICAN .,1

. -ww itnmriaAVRn -larlr Kans (left) of ; the Fort t

AmadoTTrMperfT and Manning Weaver (right) of 'the 957
ffSuBi Area Armed Force champion Fort Clayton Cavaliers
disrSS their favorite subject, baseball, prior to .the: last meet meet-SeS
SeS meet-SeS retpect clubs. ; Kaps electedjto the PAAF
U-sUr moundstaff and Weaver, a unanimous, choice ; fpr toe
S star riehtlield berth,, urill be opposinf? one another at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa stadium- be&Sw tomorrow night,'Saturday, April eas
champion Fort Clayton nine play the JPAAF all-stars ln.
SS. ilft nf three Rame "series,? ; The series, sponsored by the
'eA"lK"frnWirt toe Boys State Program, vUl
l,. mn?row.- Saturday: April 6 at: 7:30, p.m.i Sunday,

.Apiik- 7.-5nm Vn S. Arm Photo) .

rLAUillHO r - .......

Strokers

Petersen Picks Yankees:
Dodgeris To Gop Pennants

4a''" LA.

Hi.

" ,: tt WlLUAMrtUCKERu

augusta; G..; Ap s,u
San Snead rted with a wild wind
today and erased
with an eagle to' shoot 88 and
take a two-!troke lead in the seo seo-Sd
Sd seo-Sd round ; of the faster. t Golf
Tournament. '
With a total of 140 for .two days,
the free-swinging West Virginian
w followed M. m-K
three-time- wihntf d the Mers
besider himself, h.l
of Klamesha Lake, N. Y,, who had
70 and 142. ..
But the shocking news was ttiat
..iL i Mirtfftecoff nor- Ben

HogTn, &ttn&J&

vpmes, wiii y? r

K"Vi. f.ilixl to ietVinto the 150

- --.i.a i f. : 5ft hntpd that

DriCKCl -. . i

quality tiny to play -with to w
iO plu ties'' ;he last two days. It
pVi. .. imi tha Masters had

... 'ioiH t the mid-point and

Probably fiMto 5SJ

-n n4 rtneari liad1 been elin.

v sated so qiiickyJiva major medal

' ' Formidable Group

Bqt a formwawe group remain-

Jack Burice jr. wiui a nu.,i

Ed Furgol of St.. Andrews,, xu., ano
the amateur., hope .. Harvift ; Ward,
with, par M4, for -two days;' Doug
For ot Mahopac N.-;: with .146
and Cluster of players; with 146
and : 147r Burke was tire first day

leader ,wku r a ,
under par ofr opening day. -,
One, hole-pulled .Snead away
fronv the field .He. ha4 Jtaken a
rinnhlA boffpv on ihe 12th ly going

into rthe .water for a.penalty. stroke
l''hA hlnninff Vnnrlv. 'f'That

wiped out two .hard earned birdies
. i i i

. on tne ironi nine wnere jw bu

, hrr of -15-foot era. ' c

But with Demaret already in

with his 70, Snead cranked up with
one of his famous gambles on the

( -jru pmt isuj, ui
va second shot over a big pond to
reach the green for a birdie.
Snead elected to go for the green
despite a sharp side wind. He
'. hooked -his : NO. 5 'wood Wto'-the
teeth-of it and gained the green

about 25 feet from the up. Then

his putt dropped for the eagle. He
cot an insurance birdie on the 16th

lii tABinif jiff tufthln thrall tout' nf

the cup mi boimg euu
l r f ; Ineed iJublUnt

As the jiibtlant hillbilly-' said
, afterwards, "I-didn't miss a

makeable putt aU day," which for

Snead la most unusual. He ordi

- earily. makes a few long ones and

misses some snorttes

Before he get a birdie on seven.

Snead bad steady two-puU greens

from the atai
't Bel PuHer " U

$8 but his putter betrayed him
. unekplainablly when he was al almost
most almost home. He missed a three three-footer
footer three-footer on the 16th and a two-footer
on 18 to wind lip with 70.
- The. one-lime, fancy, dresser of
ffolf with a comfortable paunch

- showed up in modest brow a and
tan and some pounds lighter thae
usual to demonstrate he was dead deadly
ly deadly serious about winning a. fourth
Masters tttie.- ,- -
He clipped around the front nine

la S3, three under par, starting
' with a birdie on the first hole with
a 15-fooer. Demaret holed out
, from nine feet ea the seventh for
- his second birdie and got another
, en eight after his seven iron bit
tnte the turf sevea feet from the

cupHe,wa InJ trouble, for the
first time on nine, but two-putted
for a par from 50 feet out.
' Beck Nine Different
. r i
'The back nine was a different
matter as he vershot into .i the
undergrowth on the-12th, "chipping
back short and taking a boeev. He

teedv off within three feet of the

pin on the 13th 1 and fired his sec second
ond second six- feet front the cup on the
Mthvior-take i andther birdie and
get in shape for a. 68. Then his
putter went sour.

Behind Ford's 145 came the fol following
lowing following with 141)$
ByroiT Nelson of t Roanoke. TTix.i

Al Balding of Islington, Ont., the

Canadian ru champion; Arnold
Palmer of LaTrobe. Pa.rJ Henry

Cotton of London and Jay Hebert
of Sahfoi'd, ,Fla r
" At 14T Stood- Skee RiegdlUian,

fa.: Marty furgol, Lemont. m,

Mike Fetchick of Mahooac. N.Y

BiU Johnson of Provo, Utah: Stan

Bruce,.Crampton of, Sydnei.; Aus

tralia, f our Britons were thus sUl

in contention, a notable, feat Jor

foreign entries In the Masters.

' By LEO H. PETERSEN ?
TAMP k, TVUP rThe Yan Yankees
kees Yankees easy; the Dodgers after; an another
other another close race with the Brav,es
and Redlegs. .'
Those, are the 1?57 pennant., pre-,
dictions of this baseball writer aft after
er after watching the 12 clubs training
in Florida for five weeks and ex examining
amining examining the jreports von the Tour
teamsj which 'i conditioned in Ari-
Here's' how this .observer sees
them finishing this year:
American League:; 1 "Yankees;
2 Indians? 3 Tigers? 4 White
Sox; 5-Bed iSox;- 6. --- 'Athletics;
7-Orioles", 8Senators. i 4 1 I
National League : 1 .-r Dodgers ; i
2 v Braves; :3-RedlegsJ 4 r-Car-dinals;''5vPIulhes;.:6
Pirates;
7 Giants; 8 Cubs.. vr
In the National League, 'there's
plenty of : support -for'' the. Dodgers,
Braves and Redlegs-who finished
m that nrder last season with only
two (tame 'separating them in'...
The J3odgersv, get the nod be because.'
cause.' because.' they wonl jn J958 despite the
fact mosV of their stars hadfor
theni-r-sub-par yearsV With the re return
turn return of Johnny Podres, .Dodger
pitching 'figures to be stronger. :
Braves Standing Pt; v;,
Milwaukee is standing pat oh
the club which finished a game be behind
hind behind the Dodgers last yeafifThe
Braves have pitching and !a. gdod
bench, but they also1 have second
base and left field, problems.--

As for the Redlegs, they are the
power club of the league, but they

appear short on pitching. They
also may have a third base prob

lem and' do not have as good a
bench as Brooklyn and Jiilwau Jiilwau-kee.
kee. Jiilwau-kee. t.y&gfW

The Cardinals figure to b

stronger with the addition, of slug slugging
ging slugging -Del. Ennis and pitchers Sam
Jones. Jim 'Davis and Hoyt Wil-

helm. They- lack a hard hitting

center fielder, and .catcning aeptn,

however. ., -r -v.

Philadelphia has the pitcmng,
but lacks a major league shortstop
and Dower. Pittsburgh too. has

the" pitching And probably the' best

detensive outtieia m ; tne league

but ialls-short in lonf ball punch.
There seems to be la tie hope -for
the Giants or Cphs.: f
Over t in the American League,

the" Yankee 'are laa class by

themselves. 1
-. i A Close .Battle. '"
The battW for, s e c o n d place

nromisestorbe a'tlose- one- with

the Indians, Tigers, White box ana

Red Sox in ihe race f
Cleveland," rates" the edge, jbe

Detroit may lack; solid Ditching
behind "its big fhree of Frank
Liry, : Billy: Hoeft 'arid Paul Fpy-i
tack. The Tigers have power in Al

Kaune. Harvey Kuenn and way

Boone, but may be hurting J at
third base with Boone" shifted UQ

first, , 1 l. ' 'i 1
The White Sox ha vers -Strength

down the middle; That.iStre.ngtht1
however,' js offset .by weaknesses
at first and"-third oases and Chi?

caeo may run" but of pitching.

Boston has the 'jpower and jthe
pitching potential, butt! a t U U isi
platueT with infield holes. ,pi i
All those ex-Yankees figure to
give Kansas City a much-neededi
shot in the-arm but from this cor corner,,
ner,, corner,, the A's still look like solid
second division citizens aolng with
the Orioles', and near-hopeless Sen Sen-ators;rs!.i;:ii':",v
ators;rs!.i;:ii':",v Sen-ators;rs!.i;:ii':",v 1

FastlicK

Lehgu6:

Second Half Standings

Team
Ocelots

Paloma
Conejos
Puma
Pericos
Macaws

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.857 Yi
.750 2Vi
,.5,00- 2Yi
.444 3
.286 4
.167 5

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sis fiat 004, puousnea today.

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. Palomas and Pumas Push!
Weican say we told you so. we
reminded the fans that yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's game, 'tit the Fastlicb
League Teenage Ball Park be

tween? the' Palomas 'and Ocelots.

would be a humdinger and it
was. i
It proved Uo' be t one of the
tightest bail sanies of the sec second
ond second half with power, hitting a"nd
soueeze plays and- everything to
make a. thrillinK game but a
winner. The Palomas and Oce-

lotsv battled vach other.-to a

standstill .77 tie as
closed in. -1

The Ocelots' 'power 'accounted
for five of the seven runs on cir circuit
cuit circuit clouts by J. Morris with one
on-and Price with two on. For
four innings it seemed that the
momentum of these runs would
carrv the Ocelots to a win hut in
the fifth the'r dff fnse weakened
find after,-, th PaJwias sporpd
flvA Mbm;. Revnolds. Ocelots'

"3 moundsman., was i lifted for

Vn!hn.,ii,Jt'i-Vf ff.;V"-t"!" x
',When the teams came to bat
In the Jat inninor-the pressure

whs on the "Ocelots needed to

protect- thMr one ru lean to "t

a stranttlehnld on the olayorrs

triPtr first, time in thi 'too sOt.

The Palnmn hei"let et least onf

run to sta,v tXnrfd;ln'thrf "ofd

half prevennrn' pivorF-i-pa-lor"Q
hMfl'st hfl'f wnpTv,
Wim. the innin'.nDened..niar-

Ha. Pnlompv catcher. Mnpd

rtoub'( to "left fVtfnfl.tPP" -Tt'f
ferefl tld:Pal8rRJ nr bft-

bv an OBr"? started in. 't Mor-

H hliiffprt Wm horlc to tWfl. "n

the next r.th Qst& br6eTr!

ho"if w'h t1" wnr-un pnd it
looked Uke deM)fwn" "r

shoulder ihieh: but PsfalTf the
l.iil.m.n !tliiiil 'nrrltM anil.. i'h

msrogpfl,' at the last secmdto
pv it fibn. thA or'v n)ft bftn
ot f1rst','nrKthe Pp'omM lid
the'r Bf(Vd rimrto: tie yp "wa "waters
ters "waters The THlirtV'wefir ',rble o
score in thr'wtfrU' 'Kne at at-'owed
'owed at-'owed 'jonlr'tiver- hatters "V Mbe
Wtn. ( ..v X-
Kl'nA Ifirni plfcher. ivent

t.ne a'T.arjcf ivnp,nn-,p?jiv iour

Answer for 8iiaay, Feb. 24. Cnotooulo: HANn.

SOME GARDEN SHRUB FLAUNTED BKKXJTU

wuuni DIMUNS,

Only: 3 Ot. 16, Big League
Teains Headed For Second
Division Managers Say

NEW YORK (UP)-The daffo-

dills bloomed early this spring
and as result,, only three of the,W
major league baseball teams are
going to go to seed in the second
division this fall.

For the record, in the National

League it's a seven-way race race-plus
plus race-plus the; Chicago Cubs. In the

American. League, roouesiy

'lowed only one hit In four in-

ninRs; his henenman, vuukiui,
was nicked for. one hit ,in two
innings. ;
For the- Ocelots, JJ Morris led
with one fnr one. For the Palo

mas. Rathgaber and darcla tied

with one for three.
Thpre ia one week of regular

ly scheduled games left for, the-

Tun.ri' nnr. xuiT.n rne uea uu

darknessLituationi
non-scheduled games

ar on the agenda. AMin case case-ball
ball case-ball fana are remtnded that they

can- see iopiukuv d" ; v
Fastllch Teenage Ball Park and
nrn nrriiaiiv- invited to attend.

The Teeners' take to the diamond

every afternoon at rour-tmrty
throughout the "week at their
parkf and they Put on excellent
performances. Hard fought,
hard earned and honorably, won
and lost, that seems to be the
motto of the Teeners.,C0tne see.

The hoX' scdres
PALOMA3
Rathgaber, ,2b ...

Allen, cf i

Garcia, o ; j ....
Kline, p
Pajal3b :' wt.'';.-V.
Huddlestonss
Sanders, lb 'j .f,
CaldwelV'lf v
Browder. fftfr

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4
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2

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OCELOTS- ..

Morris, R .,.',.
Morris. J
Vaughn, cf-p..
Reynolds, p-cf
Ammlratl. s j.,
Anderson, lb,'
npmbrowsky;, rf
Price. If .

Frepch

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2 1
2" 1
1 v2
3 0

Walked for Dombrowsky In 6th.

Home runs! price, J. Morris.
?-base hit: Gfrcia. Strucnt bw;
Reynolds 7. Vaughn 1. Kline 8.
Base on bulls off: Reynolds 7.
Vaughn 1. Kline 9. Enmed runi:
Opelots 8. PPloniSs 1. Umnlfp; W.

Willlwms fu 8"hwarj!rrtck. T)me

hits; Reyhojas, Ocefot turler, al-f game: 1:32. Scorer: Dobson.

vails and it will be a mere six six-team
team six-team gallop with only the Wash-)
ingon Senators and Kansas City i
Athletics lue-footing along in the j
basement. ' J '

That's what the managers say,!

anyhow.
Let's give a listen in the Ameri American
can American .League: ;

Casev Stengel of tne laniiees

smiles shyly that he. is "very op

timistic,"-. :

Lepei Isn't ionewling
' Al Lopez of the White Sox avers

bravely "we aren't conceding any anything
thing anything to the Yankees or any

body."

MikA Hiffeins.of tne uea sox

gives his millionaires a definite 1

"shot, at the pennant.- meya
better have a telescopic sight, I
.Tk "Titrha at Detroit feels his

lads "are definitely a first divi-f
sinn club."

Paul Richards of Baltimore
promises, its "not far-fetched for
us to get up to fifth-and maybe
a notch higher." Or even lower.
Chuck Dressen1 of Washington,
long accustomed to, trilling his
way past cemeteries, whistle "all

is not hopeless." :

And LOU uouareau or R.ansas
aty. manfully observes Kwe are
improved in numbers." Which t is
little help unless they let him
play 10 njen.
Over in the National League
there is more of the same:
Walter Alston of the Dodgers
cautions he has a couple of "its"
but admits' "we should win." -.
Milwaukee's Haney Sure
Frd Hanev of Milwaukee "cah't

see why anv club rates ahead of

us."

Birdie Tebbetts of Cincinnati

predicts a "five team pennant
race with us up there some somewhere."
where." somewhere." ? ;
Freddie Hutchinson of the Car Cardinals
dinals Cardinals gives his Redbirds
rhnnp if all eoes rieht."

Mayo Smith of the Phillies
prides his outfit on "the best

nitching in the league.:

Bill Rigney of New Yortt assert?
"we're better than a lot; of people

think."--. r- r

Bobby Bragan of Pittsburgh

grabs a lot of latitude by predict

ing in reverse we won't be last
and have an outside shot at

..Ml. .: t-a-1 ..i-f:1"

And poor old Bob scheffinar of
the Cubs says, simply "we expect
progress, not miracles." if'v
Get ready for,5 the playoffs. 'r-

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, v, THIS SIJACE IS FOR SALE
I FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740 t
, THIS SPACE IS F0R. SAUC-'
" FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0743
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5 ; Houses
I '"J RINT: Completely fur fur-ri
ri fur-ri .'.acL. thr bedroom (one
; air,;1 conditioned) residence,
vikh Itrgt livingroom, dinins
oa rj, 't bar, porch, terraeea,
t.imiM' nwmi nd double
tar's?, 'hone J-13M-
IO.V" RENT:- Completely fur
n- d, three bedroom's, eha-
H Mrthot water). 168 Via Boh,
sarie Porras.
Gremlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottae.es. Modern conveniences
moderate ratea. Phono Gam Gam-boa,.
boa,. Gam-boa,. Reserve NOW Inexpensive sat
isfying vacations Santa Clara
Beach, Shrapnel's furnished
houses. uPhon Balboa 1772.
fOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balbea 1866.
"PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
'Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana-J-ma,
R. de P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
Commercial Sites
" OFFICES FOR RENT:- Far
"Immediate occupancy 3 offices
- each, of from 55 to 60 m2. Will
font ad or separately. Rant
' Includes air conditioning-light,
.water, (anitor service and
".nifchr watchman. Ideal loca loca-?tion
?tion loca-?tion on Panama Bay. Corner
! of 32nd street and Balboa Ave
i within a few blocks of New
National City Bank and Banco
Nacional Buildings. Telephone
,3-0238.
i 1 FOR RENT: Clean, furnish.
i ed' Toom. Private bathroom
' endlentraneej Cooking facilities.-43rd
Street No. 13;
TcP Clerks1.
Vi! 'cat Strike
Tic- Up 40 Ships
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wildc: 'trike jiy 1,000 tally clerks
para! i the port of--London
toddv 'vine up more than ..AO-i
ship Britam'e biggest harbor.
lie- .strike resulted ; from a
jurisc onal 'dispute having no
conf' t nun with ', the walkouts of
l,7oo,oo shipyard and factory
r ands,hicli was suspended yes yesterday
terday yesterday pending arbitration ol the
unions' demands. r

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' Room's

A Spectacular All-Star Cast In
'HE OPPOSITE SEX"
On Wednesday at the Bella Vista

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. h aspecte of the ladies, little known to their male
r back-stabbinc, bair-pullint, rrpoUtion ruin ruin-4
4 ruin-4 haitband-eteaHnt:, are hilarioeslv preiwnted en the
in MGM's -TUB OPPOSITE SEX," eetninr on
lay U the BELLA VISTA Theatre.
iindoet rreup-of BeUyweod headlines held the
-f the stare in this analieieas,' merry and mositaJ
of the boiMea end freik-s ef the female of the
. headed by Jane Atlrsen, Jean Collins. Dolores Cray,
rdan and Ann Miller, with Leslie Nielsen and Jeff
a the men around whom the ramnvt revolves.
Geldwyn Mayer comes up with another bit in a
at is as modern a tt ts romanUe, THE OPrOSITK
oDderf al blend ef remedy, mesic and female
r
' ret,THE OPPOSITE REX Is ntavfnr, en Wednesv Wednesv-r
r Wednesv-r faTorrte theatre, the BELLA VISTA.

Apartments

ATTENTION. 0. I.I JiM built
modern furnished apartments. If.
2 bedrooms, hot, told water. :
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished Mod--
ern aprtmenf, i closets, 2 bed:
room.,., living ,room, dining
room, kitchen, porch, garage.
4oth St. East No. 2-61. Phone 3 3-1423.
1423. 3-1423. :- .f'l
FOR RENT: Apartment, on
bedroom, living room, dining,
room, kitchen, and bath in Be Bella
lla Bella Vista, facing Urraca Park.
For information tall 2-1958., Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. FOR RENT: Furnished decor decorators
ators decorators drim apartments, fully
equipped. Kitchens,-hot water,
daily maid service, telephones.
Edificio Campo Alegre, corner
of Via Espana and Manuel M.
Icaxa, for information. Miss A A-range.
range. A-range. Same building at Arte
y Decbracion Store, across El
Panama Hotel.
FOR RENT: Airy, modern
3 bedroom, 2 bathroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, balcony, maid's room
with bath, hot water, garage.
Available April 15th, $150.00
Call 2-0321, business hours.
Sublet fully furnished large i
luxury pent-house apartment,,
overlooking Panama bay. Best
section Bella Vista. From mid middle
dle middle May to August 1st. Tele,
phone Saturday, Sunday even even-ing
ing even-ing or Monday Panama 3-4857.
FOR RENT: Two one bed bedroom
room bedroom furnished, apartment ana
upstairs on ground flr on
Ave. Peru. Phone 3 0746-3-3099
FOR RENT: Newly fur furnished
nished furnished and unfurnished apart apartments.
ments. apartments. ALHAMBRA APART APARTMENTS,
MENTS, APARTMENTS, 10th Street No. 8061.
Phone 1386, Colon.
BIG WHEEL Air-conditioned,
U not sun-protective, is
this skeletonized version of the
coolie hat It's from Simbne
MiriTS-n's spring collection, Just
shown in London, England.

LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OP OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 13-37 "IT RTREET, PANAMA tIBRERIA PRECIAOO 7 'Street Ne. ACENCIAS,
INTERNAL. DE PUBLICACIONESNo. Lottery rtax CAS A ZALDO Central Ave. 45 LOUKDES PHABMACV-182 La CarrqUm FARMACIA LOM LOM-BARDO
BARDO LOM-BARDO No. 28 "B" Street MORRISON 41 h of July Ave. J St. LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tlvoll No. 4 m FARMACIA EST ADOS UN1DOS 149 Central Ave.
FARMACIA LUX 184 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE I. Fa. da la Oua Ave. Mo. 41 POTO DOMY-Jwto Arosemen. Ave. and 33 St. PARMACIA
VAN-DER-JIS S Street No. U FARMACIA EL BATURRO Paique Lefevre I Street FARMACIA "SAS" Via Porraa III MOVEDADES ATHIS Beside
the Bella Vlta Theatre. , ,

Automobiles
FOR SALE: .1954 Buick su-J,
per 4 door sedan, A-l eondi-
tion. Phone, Balboa .J-2652 -make
an offer or ask my pri
ce, see at 1515B AVee St. Bal-s
boa after 4:00 p.m. '-
FOR SALE: 1953 Buick spe
cial Rivera' Call Cristobal 3 .,
2877.
FOR SALE: Plymouth .S.
wagon 2-door, 6 patKngerFyl-,
ly equipped. Leaving for,
States, $1,000. 2010 1-St., CUrun
du 83-5273.
FOR SALE: 1955 Singer
Roadster $300.00 for equity and
resume payments, $441.00 -Phone
85-4189.
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford V'C
toria Fordomatic, power steer- j
ing brake, heater, reasonable,.,
'House 507 Ancon, 2-4280. .- .:
FOR SALE: 1951 Kaiser O. ;
D. new,- tires, heater, good
paint, good condition, except;
reasonable offer. Phone 25-3177
FOR SALE.: 1955 4-D Sedan
Plymouth Belvedere-automaticif
Like new, take 2-300 ear in -trade.
Phone, Balboa 4474. w
FOR i SALE: "Laaving coun
try, one-owner 1952 Mercury
2-door sedan. Excellent condu
tion. 43,000 actual ml I as.
Telephone 3-6375 Panama.
FOR SALE: 1954, 6 cylinder.
Perfect condition. Easy pay.
ment. Telephone 3-1873,
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet,
Bel-Air 4 door, special paint,
white wall tires. Phone Bal.
boo 2-4487.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: OR TRADE:
1953 Harley 74 motorcycle in
excellent condition. Will trade
for used car. Phone Balboa
2706.
LIFE INSURANCE
'tail
tim uinr.P v.
Villi
.av.Oeneral-'.ARerit
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.
for rates and information
TeL Panama Z-0532
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packer Shippers Mover
Phonos 2-2451 j2 -2562
Leam Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding & Jemping Claites daily
3 to 5 p.ns. Phone 2-24SI
or by appointment.
Balboa SenriceXenter
BEAUTY SHOPS
SPECIAL APRIL ONLY
All Our Bent Permanents
IS M to 2J.SO
NOW 13.75
BALBOA 2-2SM
For U.S. penonnd mni their
tamilr only.
nt& CcnoTi
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
1. 1. HUM M.
PanamA -J N. Vork Colin
. SAN BLAS v
EXCURSION
April M $17.50 each
FIDANQCE TRAVEL
. SERVICE x
"B" i-r;. Tet M((l
Inferior Secretary,
Undergoes Operation
For Back Injury
WASHTNGTON. April 3 (UP-
iPterior Secretary Fred A. Seaton,
4T. underwent a two-hour opera operation
tion operation at Walter Reed Army Medical
Center today to relieve recur recurring
ring recurring back injury. t
Lome Kennedy, Seaton'a araist araist-ant,
ant, araist-ant, said the physicians reported
the surgery was "entirely success successful"
ful" successful" and that Seaton's condition
was -"food."
The operation was performed by
Col. George Hayes, chid ef neare
sirrfery at Walter Herd. He was
assisted by Dr. Hugo v. Kizzou,
a civilian neurosurgeon coosou
ant. and Dr. O. A. Koetal of
Hastings, Neb., Seaton s personal
physician. .-.-,".
Seaton has suffered for years
from a back Injury he sustained
seme 25 years ago. He has been
imrJer tremertt and ebertKm
t Wallsm Reed since iiarch 7.

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Miscellaneous 'Home Articles 1 ; Real Estate
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FOR SALE: S pieces brown FOR SALE: Wood fence, ) FOR SALE: LOT ON TRANS-
Samsonite luggage, used once. decora live as well as useful-' ISTHMIAN HIGHWAY- 14
$60.00. Balbea 2676. ,for v duplex-type basement;. MILES FROM CITY 5600 ME-
TT room divider; bookcase. 'TERS NEXT "TO HIGHWAYS
, ... .... 1 "'"- House 1536-B, Balboa. Call ,2- ALSO LIGHT PLANT 15 DC
FOR SALE:- .Few dresses ,1767 after 4:00. ; t -- -A ,.135, AMPS ALSO CHARGES
formal, net and taffeta Sues h 1 ; i BATTER TES'- SIX AND
. S-9 yellow, light, blu "royal FOR SALE: Hot water tank TWELVE VOLTS. CALLt PA-
: blue,-lavender, $10-15. Phone ?.20 Gal.) $30.00, aofa bed $35.00 NAMA 2-1226
Balboa 4474, J256-B, Carr,St. 3 burner stove $15.00 westing- . ,
; ; 1 house $100, 59-Vie Argentine --I'-,,..- i,lftft.',
, ,,, ,. 465rh). Phone 3-2732 - i aFOR- SALE: 111,000. M2. of
FOR SALE: I air cond.Mon- Jmw;, pnone 3 Jin. ,. , Un ;o tran$itf ni,h
. infj equipment, 1 h.p. 25 cycle, ,p0R SALE:- 9 cu. Ft, West- way oppsite Cb'iibra, CaU
-.remote evaporator, extra; bughouse -refrigerator" porce.- Margarit, 1239. , '
t T.r,i'V' 2"91d bVe-r -W taeleto and eut. 25 eyaie,. r . .
be adopted to haul small beat. ,ny. reasonable, effar. Phone s.tiph,a .L ri' t-'
Phone Balboa 1461. rbl .l7nt f. -Jl i Ratirthg soon Come to St.
L , . gal. a-370?,, : Petersburg, Florida. Retired
... : ; 1 1 1 v. Canal Diggers Paradise. '.For
IF YOU LIKE AND KNOV :. V FRVIT information contact. Tammy
THE RESTAURANT BUSI. V Cl V ABouin W.hlte, reae-
NESS THIS IS YOUR OPPOR I ' ninthsl North,, St.
' TV2L72 1 Bf& i din"' drink.' P,"bur'' V-
n,TkJr. LvCM.'-r? our modern air- :
COMPLETELY EQUIPPED. conditioned cafeteria or ill nI v
. WRITE TO "NEGOCIO" BOX, SSnSSt tw&lni ETERSBURO FLORIDA
134 PANAMA. ...' i S?Mava t i D,TCH D'CCKR HEAD.
, W- Meye.-., , t QUARTERS. We sell good ve-
FOR SALEa Hudson 1 tit ; TV -OWNER Service' calls loal Attractive home, et-rea.
5 5ALK0-. Hudson 1941 a witnjn 3 nour, bw u-,,,.:-,, sonable prices. Also can, assist
good tire, seed transportation S S.Shopwork reined I". obtaining reasonable
d! PhBalboiMM KrStS, rentals. Sae TROY HAYES,
cheap. Phone Balboa 2692. ,? Sav pjek up an ,,. president Panama Canal Socio.
-. 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 k charge by bringing in your a- y-: o A.F. WHITE, Realtor
I rrt.,.,,,1 : 'a models Phone 2-4616 U. SJ St- Norh Telephone 7.
I Ueneral . . Television. V ; ; 0344..
Girlsl And how'a your Easter
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS bonnet going to look perched FOR SALE: Excellent cof-
" DRAWER "A," DIABLO. Run don't walk to Genell'a fee land in Costa Rica. Write
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, CI." Cocoll Clubhouse Beauty Shop. Miguel Llm. Box 138, Alaiuell,
Easter Specials. Navy 3812. Costa Rica.

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To Canal
Followlntc a speech full of facts
and fun and punctuated with
parenthetical asides. Got. Potter
presented a charter to the newly-founded
Canal Zone chapter
i of the Federal Government Ac
countants Association Thursday
evening at the Tlvoll ballroom.
.? The governor 'pointed aip the
ever-tincreasing ? importances to
the federal government of Im Improved
proved Improved financial' management,
including accounting, auditing,
budgeting and comptrollership-.
After describing fiscal' condi conditions
tions conditions prior to the '20s. Potter ad admitted
mitted admitted that the age of bookkeep bookkeepers
ers bookkeepers has gone and the age of
comptrollers is here.
Commenting on the FGAA's
stated rjuroose of raising stand standards
ards standards of financial management
in the federal government, the
governor told what this meant
in terms of better peonle. better,
organizations, and better ,meth
Accentlva tA thartentmhf
half of the new wtanlzat'on
wo rf prMent.'Pannvt'i.
vnl Co. Comitfotter PfcWn L.
Peer Jr. pn-tbf' to did so
"hapvilv and humbly
"Hannllv fwtnni t aer-ent t's
crrnrtT not a? nt 'Private indi
vidual hut the eWierl i-nre.
smtni'v of our membership of
almost 100." 4 ".
Panama Comptroller General
Don Roberto Henrtematte was
an honor guest at the head ta
ble. .'.:, v.v.r
Other honor guests Included
Mai. Gen. and Mrs.-Louis T.
Heath. Mrs. W. E. Potter. Col,
and Mrs. Kenneth H Tando. CoL
and Mrs. Joseph C. Stancock and
Lt. Gov. and Mrs H. W. Schull
With them were the. principal
oiiicers 01 tne canal zone cnao
ter of the FGAA: president and
Mrs Philip L. Steers Jr.. vice-
president and Mrs.' Francis W.
Blandln. chanter representative
and Mrs. A. T. Tione, and ec
retrv-trewer R. R.- SauL
. About 2W attendpl the char charter
ter charter ore'entation'of thisuneest
profe'ona! society on the Isth
mus.' Prior to the presentattr-n
there wsa a ,r"nner preceded by
a hosoltairty hour.-
V1
Ouet. of the'membera ine.rud
ed ofciaH of the Armed Forces
and the Panama Cenal orgnnl-
tatlon. business 'eadea. nap-
ers. en1 rnn or tv r ru
nancll M In Pan
ar" and r Panal 7one
Flovd w.ld a forme- b
comptroller of Par. i4 pm
nara1 nutir of th
Canfcl Co.. w fMnnn n e
rrogrm crmrr.te handling
tne dinner meeting.
Two con't rl s cheoply o
one, becouse one con't even do W
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RECEIVtS CHARTER FGAA chapter "-president Philip L:
SteersAJr. (left), gets a handshake and the charter for the
Canal Zone chapter from Qov4 Wr Z. Potter at a dinner meet meeting
ing meeting Thursday evening.. Steers is Panama canal Co. comptroller :
and a ireneral officer of- the company.

Jlorm-SvoIIen !IC
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Rivers Drop
As Rains Subside
RALEIGH, North Carolina.
nril .(UP Storm .- swouen
western North Carolina nvers
dronoed slowly today witn tne
end of tornado-spawned torren
tial rains
A complex storm front which
spawned killed-, tornadoes over
the rest of the' South moved a-
cross the North Carolina moun
tain yesterday ana swept out u
sea dumpins; rain across the
state... 4 .4
Thi atnrm also kicked up trusts'
of wind that reacnea aa man as
67 miles oer nour at wumin--tnn
an the southeastern North
Carolina coast Cmlr one torna tornado
do tornado was reported In the stte but
there, was scattered dama
from nieh winns in eastern
North' Carolina. '.'.'
The tomado cauaeoiama io
buUdinsn late estero arxer arxer-noonin
noonin arxer-noonin extreme, northeastern
nnrtw Parolinn Irr the.Pasouo-
tnk and Camden County area,
wn TMini wer hiirt but several
rattle were art bM lnlurd thaU
tr had to be otroyu;
wr winds rattled. hr whv-
rtn the tte canltsl here
whue the lep1atore was IB
siw a tnuerTorm n'm-
-me H?bs 'n the House -.and
See r hampers
A freek windstorm iiaiwnea a
huw tcMrco wa"house nrner
-nt'-rt'on at iiouav-vsr'rsa
r" of here, tnjurini!
five worimea

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'RosV.O'pbnnell : :p
ilMei Possible
SuccessorTo;
'"WASHINGTON. April e (UP)
Lt' Gen.'JEmmett '',Rosy, O'Don O'Don-neJl.
neJl. O'Don-neJl. Jr. one of the first of the
bis bomber pilots Is hleh on the
list of possible successors to Gen
Curtis Lemay si strategic air
commander. i
dDonnell Is now deputy -chief
of staff of the Air Force for per personnel,
sonnel, personnel, but that Is not his natur
al environment' He has been 'a
bomber commander off and on
t
since 1940 and served as chief of
America) bomber force in. the
Korean War." .
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There are several eminent Air
Force officers In the runnlnc for
the biff lob Lemay will vacate
ntxt summer to become vice
chief of sUff. Bat If "Rosy" O
Donnell does not set the Job. a
lanre sejrment ef the Air Force
will be surprised.
The 50-year-old Brooklyn-
born officer was one of the na
tion's' first B-17 commanders
and played a leadlnt role In the
bombine of Japan with B-29 S'J-
perforts. ,
"ODonnell who served as foot
ball coach at West Po'.nt-in the
IPAQ'S, was in the Phr'rr'TiM
f n JDan attacked La pecem-
jber arts.

, WANTED':' Salesman to "sell
direct to offices and homes.
Apply between '2:00 tor 3:00 p.
m. only Tropicana 4th of July
Ave. .'1, ,, ,

WANTED: Stenographer exn
porenced, competent. -....Short
iiend English Spanish. Good
speller, t Columbia, ..Pictures,
Eusebie Morales. 4
FOR SALE: 14ft boat with1
trailer or will sell trailer
$75.00. Phone 25-3177.,.-', ?
FOR SALE: 24 foo eabm ;
cruiser completely rtbuilt and ;
ready to live on board. In top
condition throughout. Can bo"
aeen on the 1 dock at Balboa
Yacht Club. 7-10 Aprils The
ALOHA. Phone Albi-oolc 86.
3101.. ;
FOR SALE: 30' beautiful
Tahiti ketch "La Golondrina"
Gray 4-52 engine;, sleeps 4;
head; main cabin paneled 276
rare woods; ready for cruise;
bargain. Yacht Club, Cristobal.
Phone Panama 3-0599.
Poles Vanl US
To Increase Offer
Of $75 Million
WASHINGTON. April 6 (UP)-r
Polish officials indicated today
tney would try to get the United
States to boost its reported offer
of $75 million in economic aid to
their; Communist nation. "t .?.
The Poles are known to be un
happy about the tentative offer
made yesterday. They had ask
ed originally for $300 million
during the talks which began
live week aeo. .!.!. -.!-.r-,,;'
The new Communist, govern
ment headed by Premier Wlad Wlad-yslaw
yslaw Wlad-yslaw Gomulka feels it wouldn't
be worth it to accept less than
$125 million and still risk Rus
sia's displeasure at accepting
ariv aid from the United States.
Poland, sent a mission to nego negotiate:
tiate: negotiate: the loan after administra.
tion officials including Secreta Secretary
ry Secretary of State, John Foster Dulles
promised to help financially any
Soviet i satellite, that wanted to
steer ;.a course independent of
Moscow. v::',.".v ,-';."
VS. officials greeted the Po Polish
lish Polish offer" to negotiate. But their
delight turned to consternation
when the Poles unfolded their
original reauest for $300 million.
U.S.: officials are faced with a
dilemma as to where they can
scrape together even the $75
million under present UJS. laws.
which bar most aid funds;'' to
CommunistTnuntries They also
are- faced with some stiff oppo-.
slt'on In Congress to any PoHah'
aid nornhlv- from Senate GOP
leader William F' Knowland.

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' speaking, with references.
. Call during day' Panama 2-31
1 Evening 3-273. t
..WANTEDS American family
f desires 3 or preferably a 4 bed
.4-oom Chalet in good "Residen "Residential
tial "Residential Area". Call Panama 3-132
, between hours of 1.00 untill
5:00.,
WANTED: Responsible par.
son to take care of child. Ar-
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Lesson
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your home,' beginners-advan
cod. Zea Bennett .TeL 3-4111,
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Ellender 1$ Only 1
American To Allend
Hungaiy Parly : ,T
Washington" (up Ameri-
Can and V.'estern nffir-iala
the Hungariab legation's "'Libera-tion-Day",
party-with one excep exception
tion exception Sen. Allen J. Ellender. (D
' Ellender was th.lon kmi.rM

official r. who passed through- the
cordon., of. police surrounding"; the
legation last nicht whlU rUnnn.

rian refugees outside brandished
signs saying "Don't mix cham;.
pagne, with, blood.'" ( v
"I don't care ahoiit tlia Kf.iv
pepartmeht." he ; said, "I'm, an
American citizen and. I do what
1 please. If more people fame and :
mingled with th rnnU tk.v
might get t,o know theni better'

nun uiai exception only oiticiais,
from Iron Curtain and neutral bloc
nations attended, the nartv ivtn

to celebrate the 12th anniversary,
ofrthe "liberation' of Hungary by

ooviei troops ouring worm war II.
But mnr. than ISO rfn9a 1 1x1 i

by blonde actress Dona Massey

ana Msgr, eeia varga, lormer
Hungarian Parliament president,
showed up outside.

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freedom fighters rushed towar i

uic jcKuvur .waviug nag IK
flew over he Parliament durin
the Hungarian Tevolt last year.
Six other .youths joined, them.
The more than 40 Washlneton
police,, who ringed the building
closed in on them. All ig were
arrested and given minor fines.
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DELICIOUS INDIVIDUAL
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relish are enriched With nonfat

By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor
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l.t.'SS :.uhrt9nt nonfat milk.lflrm.. Unmold before .erying,

So Is the sauce. inereiore y uyr
main dish will be more than deli delirious:
rious: delirious: it will tarry its weight, in
f ... jl
nutrition, welL
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' i Individual Salmon loavta
'-' '..(Maka4 arvl V f
Two cup (one' 1-pound can) ..red
salmon, flaked, i cup crushed salt salt-d
d salt-d soda crackers; 2-3 cup chopped
celery; 2 tablesppons minced -t)-nion;
cup insUnt nonfat dry
.milk uowder: 1 V4 teaspoon baking

t powdery Hr4easpoon salt; dash oi
r. Syenne pepper; 2 eggs, beaten;
1 tablespoon lemon juice;: W cup
! water. t, J .')

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Place in lour well-buttered sm aU
loaf pans or individual casseroles,
tub in a moderate ; oven- (350
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' '' By ALICIA HART

THERE'S no doubt about, It big
, feet are. the bane of many a wom woman.
an. woman. She feels that they rob her of.
ny pretense to beauty, even
thouch' she may possess a pretty

fact and a lim, straight body. v.
k what does she do 1 about it?
She tries, to shove her poor feet
into shoes half ; a size to f sue
tew, .mall for her. And she twists
. hr lees as far back under a chair
mm hp ean when she's seated in
.' .n ftnr in hiitn her feet.
. She'd Jin far better, first, to, buy

, ber corred si?e in slimf soft, flat-

tering' shoe styles. A woman ran
wear m baa- ana create me mu-
i sion -Of a 'smaU 4oot if she; buys' a
'! soft shell ahoe vto pretty, supple
' leather. V I t

-Shr also should practice leg andihandbsrg and usejt on-your lash-

foot positions In' front ot a fulUes ,-whaver you; ,iresnen .youx
length mirror in order to' discov- make-up t way from, home,

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' y ALICIA HAT
. NEA toauty fditor
THE teens are the time when
expenementa with hair styles are
frequent. They may change every
we-k, in fact.
This ts fine, but not if you de
cide to make the big chance .the

ight of the school dsnce. If the, hairdos you never dreamed. were
ha.rdo is a Cop, you'll feel t h a t flattering aod that they way your
your eve-..r.g is ruined. (best fnend wears her hair is f.ne
P.et tsrre to try out a new! lor her but not for you.
slyle is -n you're shampooing A vou fnih your shampoo,
ir hs'r.'1 Wmk up a Bf ot. s idsv don't forcet to rinse with e'ear,
ia'r a"! fVn. vhc ymi kx .warm water, three or.iour time,
into the ir..rr-'r, josi u f nJ joa r.f.t j."-t ore.

Relish Sauce

Salmon Loaves
salmon loaves and tansy pickle
milk. Good for dieter.
I decrees F,) 40 minutes or until
pieklo Relish Sauce
(Makes 1V cups)
r
One anH ne-half CUDS Uduefied
instant' nonfat dry milk; 3 ..- table-
sDOons flour; i teaspoon sau;
Hush of neoDer: -1 eta beaten, Vi
cup plcKi reiisn; i iaDiespuo
minced, v a r s 1 e y ;; 2 tablespoons
minced onions. -
Pour liquefied instant nonfat dry
milk Into top M double boiler;
sprinkle flour, salt and pepper o o-ver
ver o-ver surface. Beat with rotary beat
. til 4..' ltlMvwtal '':. ..V:.L
er uiiui juai uivnuu, ; ; .. t
rnnir nvAv. hnt water, stirring
constaidarrntil mixture begins to
thiekeT Blertd a small amount of
instant nonfatNdry milk muture
into egg; blend egg into sauce
Stir In remaining ingredients, ;
Serve hot over salmon loaves
er just how she can look her best.
MANY a girl has been taken for
a great oeauty unm sue upcucu
her mouth.Then out came a na
sal, flat and scratchy voice mat
said nothing, but said It whining.
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The next time you're In a pub public
lic public place, listen to the sharp and
unpleasant v voices about you.
Learn from them what not to do.
Try to pitch your voice-to. a
low. and pleasant level In speak
ing; Try -not to-gasp between! sen sentences;
tences; sentences; to toss in a shrill laugh or
to sound as if you're complaining
when you're" really just explain explaining.'
ing.' explaining.' Slurring words,', dropping g's
and running words together are
just bad habitR ;
Kememoer; your voice is a very
definite part of your charm, like
your smile or the gestures : you
make. i.n''v-;i-.TH ;'fc-"'i-v.f f-
BY brushing and using r rich
cream regularly, it is possible' to
make your eyelashes both thicker
and longer. The principle of care
ia the same as the one you apply
to vour hair.
But you must be patient. Don't
exoect to see long silky lashes re
place short nd scanty ones with within
in within a week.. And don't expect any
change at u.u your 'r not-regular
'and' persistent- in your' care.
Best time for thFe,' of; course
beforc-'yotT 6 ito : bed.. Bpt yoQ
cn carry a small -brush i your
4
ampoo
J
lean shape this soapy cap into any
hair style that happena to catch
your fancy.
If K doesn't -suit you, your mir-I
ror will tell you at once. And if j
its right for you, you can go a a-head
head a-head and try it, new part and alL
You may find that you can wear

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I This Is a true pictorial arcoupt of the Importance of careful maka maka-j
j maka-j up to the beauty of. any woman. In the current New, York play,
1 "Separate Tables," actress Margaret Leig-hton plays dual roloa:

that oi a stunnine model apd that of a plain and dowdy spinster.
To achieve the transformation from one role to the other, she
simplv removed her make-up entirely, donned a wig and emerged

By MARGARET LEIGHTON,:
Wf itton ; Especially ;;
.;- for NEA Service
EDITOR'S NOTE: In "Separate
Tables," and English paly now
oa Broadway, 1 actress1 Margaret
Leighton undertakes, two difficult
roles, in one, she. plays a dazzling
beauty; 1n the other, a dowdy
smnster. Miss Leiehtfin tells wom
en, in this story written exclusive
ly for NEA, just how she achiever!
the transformation, from one. role
to the other..
- The question v most frequently
asked me regarding "Separate
Tables1' h:r '
i..'ITow do yon make the 'amazing
transition from the glamorous mod'
el-first play; to'the frumpy spin spinsters
sters spinsters o thft second?'1 : ;A
, I suppose. tuake-up; posture; and
costume are "tho answers
But,
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The Mfl little sprint; drew in silk rets entirely different nterpre
talion at the hands of three of New York's noted designers. A
one-pier drew with Iwo-pieee look (left) in cocoa silk line la
v Herbert Svndheim. It's ewt with hih-risir. frftt-leated
skirt and simulated jacket. Calls aro faced with white Unen. Nat-

. By CAILE DUCAS i
Hf Women's Editor
NEW YORK (NEA) The fab
ric of spring is undoubtedly silk j
silk day dresses, siik suits, sua
ensembles, silk for afte five aod
for evening. .;
The reason for this is that silk

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was amused to find everyone
jumping to the conclusion that I
use special make-up or Sybil, the
dowdy maiden lady. ;.:
The fact Js,,r don"t use any, ;
Other than -.; wig and, glasses,
my major preparations'. ae,ja
good face Scrubbing and 'drooping,
hunched shoulders. In fact, Sybil's
dress is worn thin, in- spota-irom
frequent,' off-stage massages ;,: for
shoulders that ache from bad pasture.-'-
. '1
At Anne' Sharikland in the fust
plav. I use, liUle-'more, thart in
intensified' street make-up.' That
and standing up straight t Inake
what difference there is in my
arpearance. ;
That i cosmetics today are as
much a part of us as the clothes
we wear is proven, when a -face
minus make-up looks like a. ois
Ikguis.,
I suppose my mother was

is a fabric that lends, itself Ito'a cashmere cardigan would be.ltanored; sometimes it Is frilly

fluid, lines and to softness. AndThese are paired with sheaths and
this spring's fasions are bo(k soft the sheaUu .themselvea often are

and elegant.
- Silk chiffon, for one, is. used for!
evening gowns in every fragile
color and ia black, too.
It is a 1m' cut into layered cardi cardigans
gans cardigans that are. handled exactly as

Moria

the spinster, piothea, posture and a shambling walk helped, of
course. Here, you see Margaret Lelghton (left) putting on
make-np for the role of the model and then (eenter) you see her
as she Is in real life. The drab creature (right) in the last
picture Is also, unbelievably, Matgaret Leighton. Here, she Is
not applying make-np; she is attaching the wig.

about the only one who wasn't
fooled. When she saw the play for
the first time in London, she de delighted
lighted delighted me by saying after the
second half, "That was my little
Margy, just as she really is!"
Sybil Is a wonderfully comfort comfortable
able comfortable part. .The big,'' sensible shoes,
the warm cardigan, the roomy
dress they're so easy to work
in, But they'll never get me a
prize for beauty. t
I've always felt that "Separate
Tables", could be quite an object
lesson to anyone discerning
enough to be aware that the drab
spinster, is, in the main, the glam glamorous
orous glamorous model, with a defeated
slouch-andv.without her lip rouge
and mascara.
It's not. just the prim wig and
unattractive eyeglasses. I'd still
look, like Sybil,, neurotic and dom
inated, as long as I moved, as

nral beice raw silk afternoon dress (center) t Branell has front front-tied
tied front-tied belt, neckline tneklnr Wire silk chiffon In Bn Reir's
vertion. the silk dress (Hrhtl rets a littlo Jacket Fabric is
mncUrd-olorod raw silk. Dreaa ia sleeveless. All three are lady ladylike,
like, ladylike, las meatfly wearable, and beanUfnUy simple dresses.

silk.
White touches--are all-ImporUnt
and they're used either in linen
or organdy form on silk suits and
dresses.
Sometimes the trios is severely

Shree graced ;

it, A.4
though I were downtrodden and
defeated, and refused to apply any
color to my face.
There's truth in the belief that
people s opinion of us is merely a
reflection of our own opinion of
ourselves.
Decide that you are unattractive
and everyone will agree with you.
It will show in your walk, your
manner your dressbecause your
own despairing attitude will pre prevent
vent prevent you from making the effort
necessary to be pleasant to look
We are lucky nowadays in the
countless aids to( beauty at our
finger tips. W.can minimize our
imperfections so ." that ,; they are
barely evident, and highlight our
sood points' to a beauty jar ex
ceeding that which is naturally
ours.
land feminine. But it's there to
present a sharply pleasant accent
to gray or navy or black ana
white.
Silk chiffon is another important
material .for trim,' whether it's
used in combination with plain
sue or wool ii s cut mis onuses
'and scarves.

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Pointed collars on shirts best
fit the man with the broad face,
she advises wives.
BELTSVILLE, Md. NEA)
If your husband happens to be
short am aumpy, get, mm a win
with a snarp-poimeq couar. j.v win
make him look tauer,
If he's thin with a sharp nose,
try spread collars with round po points
ints points to beef him up.
That's the advice Miss Liance
Scott gives to ladies who have the
chore of picking out hubby's
shirts. ',4' : -. "...
Here at the U.S, Department of
Agriculture JReearch iSerivice.is
iss Scott is a trouble-shooting
clothing specialist. In addition to
ladies' garments, she knows about
everything there, is to Know sdoui
men's clothes.
: "When I see the way some men
dress I wish I didn't know any anything,
thing, anything, ',' she laughs.
Recently she completed a study
of men's shirts for a publication
soon to come off the government's
oresses. The booklet is canea,
"Men's Shirts A Guide to Quali
ty", yy
"I talked to wives out liere,
she says, "and asked them if they
would bring in some old shirts for
me to study."
Contributions of old snins were
overwhelming. In fact, Miss Scott
got so many that it was a problem
to dispose of them after the study
was finished. '
She also bought a selection ot
shirts in retail-stores and:infor-,
mallv asked a number of husbands
and wives for their complaints a-
bout shirts; f;
Hero ar somo oi the things sne
discovered tn her shirt survey i ;
"Many' disregard the few extra
pounds they have s put ; on since
college days, and extra weignt
weight tends to,, thlckeo man's
neck." '-,? ."s:.;;.; ; ;
As a result, shirts, are too tignt
around the collar and ..will wear
out faster. -. v,"!-.-. .x-.i-r
... Miss Scott also thinks mea. do
not give enough attention to col
lar siyies. -,
-"They hesitate to pics oui, wnai
is becoming to them ana mats
foolish,'! she says. "They should
wear collars. mat suit mem;
For example, when a stout man
selects a collar that s too nign
Y MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
WHEN this school year began,
it was with the lulo that 11-year-olU
-Joyce- make-her bed every
morning. ,;y .
Kt. rutiit it! Jovca, ."makes"
her bed by pulling her coverlet up
over her rumpled bedclothes, leav leaving
ing leaving an untidy valance of ( sheet
and blanket arooping- irom unu
it." .
Her mother, .figuring tne resist resistance
ance resistance was due to school-mornmg
haste, tried waking her half an
hour earlier. But the- extra time
has not produced -a neatly made
bed, It's just enable Joyce ; to
say, "I was to sleepy to mske it
right" instead of eaying,. "I didn t
k..,. ii., ti makav it riBht."
-The tension and criticism involy-
ed with Joyce's resistance to m
mi. i makinc all. coooeratioo be
tween her and her mother increas increasingly
ingly increasingly difficult, -
TO reduce it, It may he wise to
repeal the bed-mawng ruie ana
lav 10 JOVCC jn wnai iu "J
do you want to contribute to your
home?" - '"
BEAUTY. HPS
When ising Up rouge to increase
iV. -.i.M nt vour Uds. VOU Will
fkijtvA a more natural effect if
you 'use less, intense rather Ulan
mora intense color, v
A good, clear maror and plenty
of light -are essential for applying
make-up. Without both, you fool
do on but yourself. ... .' -.
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' Pretty lingerie is necessity In
smart dressing. Even if that worn
or faded alio doesot show, just
wearing It makes a woman feel!
lets assured.
A seam dowa the hack of the
leg cuts its width. If your legs are
heavy, sever wear seamless
stockings, however fashionable
they may be. ,
. t mam mm
Heavy" eye mske p Is not for
toca-agers. It doesnl enhance
their youthful good looks. It sim simply
ply simply lends a hard and brassy air.;
There are two sure ways ts a
trim figure: sensible dirt and reg-
inlsr exercise. But you must
make a hi bit of both if you want
1lhe rewards they givs.

If your hoaband has a lean faeV

i with s sharp nose, rounded
i Milan are. the beat for Mm. '-"
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and round, it makes him fobkftVj
ter. Ife should look for low-jBet cpl
lars to counteract, a, thick,' short ;
neck. ".'.-'''' ""',' ("""'J
When thuylng inexpensive shifts, 4
Miss: Scott adivses men ,c; thjir
wives, to. maxe a careiui seiecuun
and Hot just grab three. snirtsunr
the counter. In a pile of shlrtsoi
identical. material and style, asms
are likely to be better-cut iwd
made. than, others. v v,
, If your I husband hai a heavy
Usnl it' hemt not tn huv lofKT
oxford" cloth shirts A-rough nkV
and eh n will make the snins -rui-t
?y around the edge of tor, coUar, ;
according to Miss acoiu- r
In addition to shirts, sh Is ar"
expert on suits; She. has tj$b.-
ly revised an Agriculture1 Depart Department
ment Department booklet on bow to judgethe.
quality of men's suits. ; v t:
In this study she bought Inex Inexpensive,
pensive, Inexpensive, medium and high grjidi
suits from manufacturers . and
gave them careful going over..
'We ripped them i apart and;fc.
amined .all the, inside material
and construction,"' she saysvi ;
; Now that Miss Scott haa wdund -up
' her research on men's cloth
inff for the time being: she's in-1
vestigating what garment "Tlrs,
best for partially disabled women.;
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i Interesting f-',:!
alistfottUf
itent, ' )-'"

Job as ciotntnr ipecuiisi
Asriculture Department,
Sometimes a child will restnt-a J
rule we have mads so much that
it becomes too costly to try ana i
enforce it. .!..
Thenr like'the Congress th. te-,
pealed the prohibition law, w to J
well -to" withdraw our demai,
the specific, obedience, r- n i ;
for a .cooperation tho vchUd i,
more willingty give.. ;
'Otherwise; our Infleiibilit y
set up chrdnic resistance. J1. .
the. law enforcement agenen i
the prohibition era became In-1
yolved in an unending, undeclared, i
expensive-war with the American!
people, we "get taught in such war
for the child's. submission. In the;
end, nobody, is disciplined. 1 j
WHAT makes it nam tor us to
compromise with-a, child's resist resistance
ance resistance to some-Chore like-.making
bis. bed or banging up his coat is
our over-evaluation of these ae ae-tionsl
tionsl ae-tionsl .il.;i.;v;; :
They are not of first value. The
first value is the development of
hia inirit of helDfulneSS.

Once this is clearly seen, flexl- i
billty and confidence return to our ;
treatment of him..We no lonRer
limit Joyce'a spirit of helpfulness
to the making of her bed, but see t
that it can: express .itself through J
a wid variety of cooperative ac-
tions.
So, freed from the 'belief that
we must force bed making fm
Joyce, we find J' the s:;r- t
thing in the world to say, 1 J
right, darling. 1'U make your r- S
for yoti. In return will you prom- j
ise to scour my refrigerator thnr- i
oughly every Saturday morn- ;
mg?f ;.

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Mddie Day A t President :

, K THE STORY: Witli Ouail's Up Final escapes from

. deOtain's ranch where Strunk and Rackabye had hoped to
. 'i s Kit m r n uVr line Kdah Kminn n

trap nim, yuan 5 iaii muiwm, n nv w,..
; secret affair with Rockabye, criticises Juail for 'having
n man like Final around." Bentain .warns'his daughters

" tbat if Strunk gets Final, all
XXV
t,HALF an hour after they'd en en-tred
tred en-tred the house, Quail heard hors hors-"
" hors-" es and knew gtrunk was back. She
! had returned her father's pocket

cuo-and lu. had snui nimseu m
his office. Marcia, pleading a
- headache had gone to her room.
Quail picked upp her rifle.
. Stepping onto the gallery, she
' aw Japp, on Strunk's orders,
' hurrving barnward. "And get one
for me, to6," Dawks growled af after
ter after nim .,
' "You're pretty free," Quail
gaid'with my horse?"
Tapp wheeled. "What've you
" one with my horse?"
. "You won't find it m the bam.
'We'll see." Tapp started off a-
ai."ii cnn(Pd the rifle stock a-

- gainst her shoulder and laid a slug
between Tapp's boots. The man s
Sped wound face showed the
Waneh of pure shock. Dawks wet
" dry lips. His eyes looked like pin
Q5said to Strunk, You
haven't taken over yet-:""'1
'you do keep your chicken-
. thieves in hand."
. Strunk fished a cigar from his
fcocket. ,VA11 right," he said fin-
i lly.-"M it's okay with you wed
tike to borrow a couple ju horses.
' .' "'There'a nothing in that barn
' fitfunk told Tapp. "Go head
, nd. tak a look."
,.tapp stared at the rifle and
. itayed where he was. Rockabye

- came out 01 me ouiiA.."".
cheeks still awash with balked
fury -vH- glowered at Quail and
blackly looked at the horses the
threa bid come in. on and, despite
their braced legs) the trend pf
hvs thir,king was th
apparen "I would hardly miss.
Quail said "at this distance.
"'Did you kiU my M o r g a n?
ttrvnk cried, staring at the girl.
Some pretty harp feeling got
Into Quail's voice "You gunng
to leave my horses like that?
"Where's Bentain?" Strunk de-
"""Si-e dealing wWi1 Ben'tain's
dau?hte this trip -not that edu,
rated -Tme-wiUuthe red m a n e
', rgi-h no those reins ana
st.iit walking." '-': ,
Tapp looked affronted. The
Tnl.al in the fanner of trust trusting
ing trusting hound looked to Strunk. The
earnnier loiaea ma ;l

Sta? ha'lf I boXelLvoui've took that kind of guff
I?1 i for 'three years an' got a belly

bloivn away
QUAIL "jacket another cart
ridBe' into the breech and Seeb
4. !;., tnr thai rifle

7 t'tt, Uim -anpht UD ine aim U'sscu u until iu xaw&s.
Slltl tot ?ems"U.nd ugged I "Duc,K on up ahead a bit,, Seeb,
fhhorse into motion, strunkjand keen your eyes peeled."
Sii Wt SlV Sp- -'Now- heow,ed at Rockv
ed?ff with a second horse in tow. bye when the marshal was out of
Thf rifle cracked again and Tapp hearing 'NoW we U get down
iwho hadn't been about to give to ease: ...

uawiis. uui -;.
in AO no woman nui.tu
hfi" nthprs.
. heard her father come on on-n
n on-n ib eallerv behind her. He mut
tered something which the, men l
iu1nt atch but- tney naa no
trouble making out Quail's reply.
A wonyjn Is o person who is on
xpert Ot scroping corrots, burned
toost ond fenders.
M'Mdk
TODAY! .75 .40
tins. 3:2i, 5:15, 7:05, 9 p.m.
V'M PAUL KEVHI
, MER KUf COUSHIW
f MiH sua 5U
ri n i rm

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"It's flifr lirst honest work those
crooks have met up with." t
This was .hard for Strunk to
take wlthui the hearing of men he
had to. depend on, but a natural
regard ior ins neaan neia ihju si silent
lent silent r '.
Quail 1 remarked conversational conversationally,
ly, conversationally, "Rough when a tinhorn's
caught without his fifth ace,"
Strunk heard her scornful laugh.
She said loua enough for all of
them t6 hear, ."They're not really
more oangerous thaw any other
dogs Any cur will come to heel
if you're willing to put your foot
down."
She kept them walking the
horses until the punished ground
Dulf ed' dust knee high tft every
step. Shu may have been. quaking
but vhere wasn't any sign of -it.
Off to on side burly Rockabye
stood through -most of this with
fists deep in his pockets. Now he
took 1 hem "out and struck off to
ward th barn.
Qual said tp the others, "Drop
the reins land 'hit for -townr.'
The men were rumpled and wet
with sweat. lTawks' eyes seemed
about t roli off his cheekbones,
"Y You meat walk!"
"Fly if you want to.'
Strunk's' look was the' color' of
murder. He stalked off without a
backward glance.
Rockabye left the barn by. the
side do 0 o r, undiscovered. He
caugnt up with the hoofers just
beyond the second ridge. Dawks
looked as though he had lost-his
last friend; he had his, plaid coat
slung over a shoulder, and there
was a tear in his shirt where the1
badge had been pinned". Strunk
and his range boss weree yeing
each other like a pair of riled ti
gers. Tapp was saying.The point
is she iacea you down and sent us
packing. 'That's the point."''
It toie at his loyalty, poisoning
bye, wheeled around. "What're
yoi doing here?"
Skillet's ramrod spat. "Same
thing you -are ridin' Shanks'
m?re."
"You get fired?"
"Every, Jryjtakin' orders from, a
petticoat? -i ha' jerked back,: nast nastily
ily nastily start'.ed," from' the look on
Strunk's face. Then he remem remembered
bered remembered his sue and said, grinning
wryly, "wasn't figuring to prod
ful.
The gambler hewed on his lip.
He dug the badge from his pocket
1 1 u r...i,.
back
(TO BE CONTINUED
NEXT WEEK)
Baseball Bat
For Use On Heads
Sent To Ag. Chief
WASHINGTON (UP)-Warnlng:
to Agriculture Department, offi officials:
cials: officials: One of your big bosses has
a baseball bat handy to swing if
you don't agree among yourselves.
Seems a i"high department offi official,"
cial," official," otherwise unidentified; told
members of the National Associa Association
tion Association of Soil Conservation Districts
recently he was having trouble
getting his lesser bureaucrats to
work together.
"Sometimes I think I need a' big
baseball bat to 1 use on some of
these agency heads," he said.
The association sent him a base baseball
ball baseball bat Jast week. Trouble Is,
they won't aay which official they
sent it to,
SHOT fCT WINNER Larry
Reeves of -Quarry Heighu
tossed 51 ft. It In, to cop live
points for Army Pacific.
Photo; DajreU BUess)

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RECORD BREAKER Leg Noel, who set a new Balboa
Kelaya jniie mark of 4:43.5, brii)gs,4he: US"Marines,"Coco Solo,
home-first in the medley relayk. (Photoi JJarrell Blaess) :i

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BILLY HALVOSAr of B.H.S.V.Vho pole .Vaulted 10 f!.8 lns.J to
-a hree way. tie for winner. (Photo: Tom Thompson)

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"r A PACK AT A PUfF Here's the answer to cy chain smoker
,ha wants to smoke ud pack or 20 ciearets at once, as dem-

! onstrated in Chicago by JTench comedian Robert Clary. He
'- found the gadget during a visit to the (250,000 antique pip
t exhibjtinthe 'indjr City" -;; i I .. ;

of Baiboa Iligli'Schopl.-(thlrd:fr6in,
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' r' By CONRADO SARQEANT
Another successful Balboa Relays went "into, the books Fri Friday
day Friday night -as the powerful Albrook i flyers retained the team
championship. they won last year. ; Therewas a capacity; crowd
of 2000 at the Balboa Stadium.-' '
OnhK two records f ell.but I the fans ; were treated to top
flight competition and performances.".
Albrook totalled 41 points aj compared to Wt for.runnernp
Army Pacific, Balboa- Hijth. 'was- third with 16.- i-The Athletic
Club rarneredJ5 points and the Coco Solo Marines 1Wi

The Marines.'1-'-'. however, ihad
tne satisfaction ot being tn on only
ly only ones to foetlet.any Relays w
Canal fe6ne records. Theirs disr
tanca'runner. Les Noel, a fornier
Roanoke College star1 'waj, the
only v individual record-bteaker.
and he also aiaea greatly m nis
team's trecord' medley -relay vie
tory. -
Noel outclassed the field in
BROADS JUMP WINNER v Bill
JahkovlcrV Army Pacific,.' does
1 some low flylrtg1. c .
-; photo:- Tom Thompson)'
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KEN FLTLFRTON, B.II who reached 10 ft. 8 Ins. for a
Uuee-way tie In the poie vault, the nieht's mot t-cse.y
eoatesteti tveat. tTtoto; Tom Thompson!

.e't
the mile, nostinr 4:43.5 to bet-
jtetAoth' the Relays and Canal
Zftrie" records for, the event.
; .The Marines' medley relay v
. teaht tt Leckwood, Butler 1
Vanderbusch and Noel won ;
- their event An- 3:47.3,for th
' only other new mark. " -' ;
Noel was probably the top 1rt-
dividual star but Al Guiaet, who
won the low hurdles and heiped
the Albrook team to three relay
victories, was not fatbehind.' t"
Guldet lost his chance i6 score,
a double when he j?ot left atthe
start of the J00 jvard dashi.',".
"' Speaking of the century, this
race had one of V; the closest
; finishes of. the night. Charlie
French of Balboa High, blazed
down the straightaway in 10.3
hut barely lasted to stare off
the- formidable closing spurt
the Athletic. Club's Carl Tut Tut-'
' Tut-' tie. "' -' '-i
: Another Interestihg event was
the hotly-contested polo vault
I which wound up In a-;trlple
deadlock, among Bill ,' Halvosa,
Kenny. Fulleton, and Gerry
Chudy. vHalvosa ; and fmlleton
represented BHS while x Chudy
sported the colors of the victq-
ribus Albrook team, r ;
The elementary and ; Junior
high school events were all good
contests with honors being about
evenly divided amony Ancon,
Cristobal and Balboa. ,' ..:.;
Balboa.Relays Queen- Doro-
thee-Anne Metzger aided by the
Marlfrances, Tucker and. Linda
Jacobs, was kept busy all eve evening
ning evening presenting trophies to the
Winners and c o n g ratulating
them, . :-, :

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ALBROOK'S DAN MESCALL. Ukesoff on the anchor-legof
the 880 yds. relay., after taking- over the baton and a handy 1
lead from John Clark., Albrook (Joe Scott,: Al OtiidetClark
. .and Mescall won handily. (Photor Darrell Blaess)

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RAMON Ql ESADA clears the
' -?i ; -.; high Jump title for
v .i - ,".
CLIULD CHI DT cr A"-"-V,
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bar at 5 ft. 10 Ins. to take th
Balboa High School.'
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A DD a touch of spring coloring
. here and there and the ."can ."canvas"
vas" ."canvas" above will reveal a picture
esque scene. f t
- For paints, use four crayons or t
colored, penciUhied, green, yel-
: low, blue. Use red in all segments ,.
marked with an X; green in areas

Testing Numerical Sharpshooters:"
npO SOWS tfilit tester, pro- V YA A lc" I

; TTO
eeed as in wosstcord ptte ptte-eU,
eU, ptte-eU, wing Humbert instead of
letters for the answers. Insert a
single digit in each square The
trick is te yet mnsteera that will
function across and down.
J ,' ",u- I ACROSS 1
JUMuncntime.
8. Three consecutive numbers.;;
6, Four score; and. fourteen
i -.years ago Was when?.
. 8. If nine cows stand tn a line,.
which one could say, '1 am sec sec-5
5 sec-5 ond from the end"!
. 9. Usual afternoon office hours.
11. Death may stall be-- you
IL A deuce. '
13. Armistice data.
' W-1 past tni nour ina
noon to midnight
. 81. love you a luteal an4 a
" pecfc,
How many -fiuirts is; tlkat,
. bi heohf
1 down ' ;
. 1, Only one hour to 8". Cin-
derella.
t 2. The stin can rise no jnore,
than how many times in two
fortnights. .. ;
3. Three couple exceed a trio,
by thrice unity. : i
'. 4. passing number in dice.
-' ':' 8. at would you get for a
B righ t Idea Vs.

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ITS always a good idea to have
epere fuses and electric light
bulbs where you ean find them,
which is the purpose of the rack,
above. This easy-to-make device
can be Installed In a closet er at
a convenient spot in the cellar.
Necessary materials include
two short pieces of shelving and
t some nan or screws.
Tentative dimensions are stat stated,
ed, stated, but these may be varied ac according
cording according to individual needs.
(Thoee who store large bulbs, of
course, will require larger epaee
aaotments, etc)
, It Is suggested that the hMdl hMdl-craftsman
craftsman hMdl-craftsman begin by laying out
the dwr'TJ be wants on the piece
of wood selected for a shelf. Bore
the holes with an expansive bit
or coping saw. Attach h'J te
support with nails or screws.

marked O; yellow ta area, de.-

areas
that are checkmarked. v i
Obscured by the seemingly.,
meaningless Uses is a landscape
typical of a certain European
country. Which country?
t -' .pui0H'"OT 03fl
five dollar watch if you sell It to
gain 2 on the dollars and 105
on the cents?
7.i Type of auto engine. T
ip. They cay that the postman
ji, how many times t
XL, The awkward age"of a girl:
too old teddy bears and
young courting.
12. How many sides has a pas
allelogramt
13? Oue April, January, May.
16. In footbaU, that exUa point
alter a toucnaown.
v 17. Unes in a sonnet.
? 18. A sawbuck.
20. How many eyes
has- a
Cyclops? I !-
f t-08 er-gt t-it t-ft yr
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X89-8 "88-8 Il-T-uiMKl "SrV-fit
'iiti-st -ti "sn-i 'o-e
I Dim Prospects
Triogram Poser
-O to the ant, thou sluggaVd,'
Is proverbial advice, and to
solve this Triogram you, do just
that Simply supply the missing
letters necessary to complete the
words having "ANT" to them.
They are all ten-letter words.
- How quickly can you find them ?
X. ANT....... Enemy 1
2. .ANT Type of bridge
S. ..ANT..... TTDpical estate
4. ...ANT.... Whirling dance,
8. ....ANT... Dlncourslng
. ANT.. Dufl, unrealistic
T. ......ANT.' A dabbler
8. .......ANT Di.iputant i
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GIVE CHANGE?

ITS quite possible for a man to
: have $1.15 in silver and not be
able to change a 'single coin for
someone else, :1: What coins would
he -be 'carrying;if this were the
caseT Modern coins, of course.
' tiojjnicw too t 9uip jnoj put
frJ&TfA
- 1 1 fcPivZe fP&tyh
r, wua FIB8T before your eyes
- Vou may obtain thd prise.
fin but the -8 SCON 9 ot ?
Bre yom begin to shoutl "-"'.i
Youthen Otis quit a feat'i :
. jfay read withont- OOUPLSTB..
.tut
'!juwu imVei siSSi S-..(Si
m o nwj suto vpj.qa onwwiiutL;

ypriei idly
Enemies
': t
, I ....f' 1. H

AXJOtJPLE.ot
; friendly ene ene-mfea
mfea ene-mfea are pictured
J In the-, ijiagtams
' h at left and right
, How.' quickly can
ifOu" Identify
rthem?." In each,
- start with dot one
. and draw a con con-tin
tin con-tin Wis line rom
dot to dot

,..
.
- Bp titoene 8TUftff
HORIZONTAL
- 1 Biblical "wise men.-
-. 5 The king of what place wsj
a priest of the most high Oodt
Heb. 7:1) - '
JO We sk deliverance Jrom fhts
In the Lords Prayer iMst
-' 6:13)
14 Prayer ending.
. IS Habituate. . 1
19 Delicate. ,'
17 Join. '"
18 PubMe speskers.
21 Compass "peint iabbr.)
22 Luzon Negrito. -,-'
23 Immerse.
24 His wife turned Into a pillar
of salt (Gen. 193)
25 Anglo-Indianjreigbta -27
Co to bed.- J
29 Operatic solos.
31 Primary color
32 Frmair Tr isUvea -.j
35 New wine. ' '.
S Artiflciai etream barrier.
37 McnuUly retarded person.
3 F-xisU
1 S What are the 15th and 1K
books of the New TeftaroentT
41 Srmbol for sodium.
4 Defendant of Aarea (1 Chr
24 8)
5 By wsy of. ' :
4 Asaph was one 2 Chr. 29 J -4
Record of a single year..
4 Viuiity tcolloq.) - r
50 F:hraL
51 Conger fisbermen.
i 3 PtLx: between.'
, 4 Brclike spprtidage.
5ft Hii prifX whose sonr wre
"soDsof Belial" (1 Ssm-' iia
57 One of the twelve tribes of
Israel (Num. i 2)
M Scout .
61 Mourtafn range. ;
fj Piusisnnesa. :
O Gaelic. '

This Is Worth Solving i
nPIS believed that if you're Vic) '"'you can have
- anvthlnff vou wantf Josh Bllllt made an. ln

: terestln -obUervatioiv' aboutf: this

worth solving this substitution cryptogram to read.- rxRlOXTS

DO BMF DMABF MnEBAJl AY
BMFJF IIE'UZB AGF BMIIGS
QXGGAB CZI BA DHB. B?P
LAS'E BSHB,., 14 , w V

That apostrophe provides an Inftnediate 'clua to

the identity of one letter.

10 em Iim toJ Xnq lotnreo Btiout

f) Columbus's Ola

GOLUMBUS, of course,1, made a big hit. at-the,
court of Ferdinand and Isabella with his. trick"
of Balancing an egg "on end. In case you've for-"
gotten, the' secret; of Columbus's magic trick 'was
to shake the egg iolthat the yoke was loosened

and sank; to .the bottom. This done,", the egg was :

made to stand on end with little
.difficulty. Not a bad tilck,. -even;
today, although a newer method
IS even more mystifying
- In 'this trick i the 'magician1'
takes the Very egg with which
the "audience: has been ; expert-'
menting and immediately stands

It on end. And the secret is very simple. The ma magician
gician magician merely places a ring under the tabieoloth
at a prearranged point A thread Is attached--to
the ring so that it can be quickly withdrawn,
Another variation Is this: Several taw'egge in
their shells): are placed upon the tableland guesU
are ihvited to try and spin them, "They; will rarely"
succeed.. Howevert while they are trying, the ma-'
glcian exchanges one of the eggs for a prepared egg
from his pocketr-it is hard-boiled and spins easily.

THE ?Z FAIR

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VVICB, a princess who .Wanted to

having a Boor plan diagranimed above. In attempt-; rTheyTl-an ais ais-lng
lng ais-lng a xescue. her lover became lost and for aU any-,, appear again ir
''body'Tchows, he's still trying to find hit way about; you add 9oioT$.
- v Would jrou have had .greater success ? ii 'Kl : -F J? i ?
' ; Starr with a pencU at the single" entrance aniisee jti OiU!
i if yeu can reach the central tfissnber' IX); without i 'Tr-- r,

. Or. start from the center and see
vfur way out without running Into
.1

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68 Bell Sounds.'
a Husk. "-
69 Remainder. '.
TO Growing out ,'.'.
71 New Testament spelling of
Hosea (Rom. t:25) ..
VEETICAL
1 Club-shaped rtfl of office. -3
What ts the 30th book of the
Old Testament?
' 8 What book Of the Bible tells
of the crestion of the world?
: 4 There was no room io this tor
Mary and Joseph (Luke 2:7)
6 Denominations. .;
' Pilaster. '
7 Symbol for 'lutecium. r
" 8 Eaten sway. j ; -
9 Deserve. t - i
10 Newt.
. 11 What sort bf jnarr entice his -neighbor?
(Pr. 169i -
12 Set of Bested boxes. I
: 13 For fear that.
14 Into what part of the Lord did"
Davids cry enter?. U Sanv Sanv-'
' Sanv-' 22:7
. ?0 Piece where bee are kept,
2 Consume nourishmenL
27 Takes sway. : .. V-
T8 Eegret extremely. ""
29 He was made captain of the
bort by Absalnm in place of
- Job i Sam. Ui5) :
39CuA -
Si Son of Eezroa (Ruth Al
33 Moth. . .,
34 Growl -S
Otxrure.
. 37 Onenul tea. :
39 Cam was pus fGen. 4 2)
-40 Gratuity.
RIDDLE ME TTTI: Why does
a srk person Ine his sense of
toasch? ...
tf M) ) nHf aawja biT
O Ls:, aiag raree tratcate, tae.

r?
" ; Buster

belief, and it''
ar
BMF DAjKL.
the figures 0, 1, 2,
3, 4, 5, 6,; t, and
.8 ar possible to
BMXB KAGF1
DXS A XI
r;-
-make the total
. 100. But the prob.
'flem here is 1 to
make them, total
1. How., quickly
can 'you ''find an
; -trn Mop
uitn ao
i aouniog
answerTi
oj m nn ino
-at (nb 96S jao
V8H !;ivi-ao rnb
OL Jao tt tti
Trick?
a
9a tlJ.
i loe- tna iui
Bonebead

HOW many of the following
questions can you answer
' correctly? Tou should be able,
- figuratively, to feel the answers,
.ia your hones.
" l. Since Adam's day, man has
.had how many ribs 15, 24 or
se? ?,; : r a ;

LADY?
X Tou know
- backbone, but how
-man body?

.t e. Is the tternum in the front
of th't body or rear?
- . evoqimaie. etn
'. t.liiinear tn 1 Jiiuo )a
9 '.IJ "! noi we t
!uoq ji0O eq aia(OfD
-M Mddn n jo aoi Jji f !f
nim t tinoj-iMM-X ismT

SPOT
THKRS1 are ten
1 hidden squir squirrels
rels squirrels in the draw drawing
ing drawing at right How
many, tela tfn
marry ;ot love,).
find?
...
if you can And".' 1 mi fcte a the
a dead end.
r ooexom. or wen
45 feet deep,W
-he Jumps-. p
f along a steep
reek wall, as ascending
cending ascending at the
;' rate of 8 feet a
'day,' and j falling
back 2 feet every
. night, in how
; many ...days will
: he tt out?, c. "v.-
ejtri-iuef VJ ine
$ ll t;
TVVISTI
. "Dora's draw-
Ings fow 'grad-
: nsjiy drabber.
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20
21
43 Singleness. .;' -.
4 Scottfsh explorer,
4Toper.
47 He suyed in Corinth l Tim.
4:20) Vi'
- 49 Into what ws John, cast?
i (Mat, 4:12) - -: '-SO
SO '-SO Member of an ancient peopleav

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A Mystmow Mhsagey
A POUCEMAN walking his beat found a sheet of "C,
O paper hearing this message: w
" am not Paid . J
V anwin ' xpenssrok -..looking
notb f
At headquarters it was recognised Immediately 1
as a letter-rebus and read without difficulty,
Can you figure out what it sayaT ;
14 'w f '.,'no eov essiiedsjf TTmpnn

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Questions t v Gomi?

HKKS is an easy-io-mane travel gams uiai ww
amuse a mixed group.
Print five complete alphabets, 130 letters in all.
on that number of small squares of cardboard, put putting
ting putting one tetter on each piece. (Or cut the letters
from newspaper headlines and paste on the cards.)
. Fin a bowl with the letters and placa it in the
center of the table around which are seated the
players. Each player is turn draws a letter1 and
throws it on the table. The .one who first calls a

you have lots of

much 28. 88 common geographical name beginning with that

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used scale drawings

the standard -artillery

t .exact replica he-builtv ol-a cataputt.'used.in, 20w BXi signer as vhrislian pior hasn t penetrated 'Alaska-.

to construct the replica for a .term pa perhe. catapult wa. : but Barbara Sellar, Miss Alaska oliiMO, wearing

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JAPAN Js making a strenu strenuous
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of 'America! b09mmg tourist ;
trade aprogram',nha.t 1 is.
aljeady ; at.kacting bverl 1 23
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By RALPH K. SKINNER

When you figure how much fun

it is,' everyone oufillt : to ; hold a

golf tournament and get-to gether

a coupie ot times a year. ,

So far as this writer knows.

the Office of the Comptroller, of
the PanCanal Company is the on only
ly only organization locally that dem demonstrates
onstrates demonstrates -the ability of its person

nel to get along well outside the
office, as well as in it

'Tor about seven years, the good

golfers and the duffers have met
to have fun, win prizes and listen
to one another's alibis for poor
scores. . .

The wives and 'children have

been solaced with a fine luncheon

end music for dancing. - .

This year it was even better

than that. r

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were a lot of them,' were furnish-.
ed balloons by D Bissell,' and
games were organized .so that
everyone was amused. ,
I saw beanbag tossing and a

few other sports, but ; there was
miwh more than. : that. Some- of -,

the womenfolk not playing golf
played bridge or canasta, and
some just rested and admired the
pretty view out over the bay.
The field day was held at the
Panama Golf Club. A '

V.ven the ''sick, lame and lazy.

were offered a Small taste of golf.
While the tournament progressed,
Carl Pajak sponsored a putting
tournament on the practice green.

He said he had 19 contestants anq
12 prizes to award, so most ev s
eryone should have feeen happy.'1; ',

Runding the whole shebang were

self-styled executive presidents Al Albert
bert Albert Baldwin,' John Montayne, and
Richard Egolf..,

MEN WINNERS WER1. J U r, Floyd Bald iivJak Campbell, Art OXeary, John FUber,
Jose CorcA, and Den Parr. ,

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tournament. , ,

f MRS., BILLY LLOYD and Don Miguel Corco did a request
number. .,. c i--- k. i i n, i

their Hobfis i Slices?

e Assisting as starter was Howard
" Spragu and Bitsy Frensley was
r ptficial scorer.-"1 ;
' v Six trophies were handed ovA
ta employes of the Comptroller's
Office, and other prizes: were a a-h
h a-h vailable to all comers. '
' The championship flight Included
all players with established handi-

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ed in a -Peoria tournament which
" s is on a purely lucky basis. Jack
- Campbell won the big cup on this.
' -There were j smaller cups for
' f unners-up, and plenty ; of f o 1 f
bails' given for various achieve
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, 'jackpot. John, Fisher won ,t h e
grand prize and the championship
- flight cup; his wife,-Ena,' won an-,-other
prize; and his daughter,- To

il Ann, won me floor prize.

master of cremonies."

Lucho Azcarraga played tot

dancing after the buffet. By popu

lar -acclaim, 'Mike"' Cored and
Mrs, Billy Uloyd did a special
dance numbber." -''
John "and Toni Ann Fisher and

Mrs. Al Baldwin and Frankie also

attracted attention with their danc
ing. . ''

'.First names were the rule amid

the general air of good fellowship.

In an effort to see that this ex

tended to all, regardless-of posi

tion, the Governor got a new dimi

nutive. '
Generally Teferred to as 'Joe"
Potter, he showed- up as Bill"
Potter on the list of players. Prov

ing that a Governor by any other

name can play as well,' B ii 1"

snot a low score and got a prize.
The ranking foursome was com

posed of- Bill Potter, Dave Smith
(his aide) Phil Steers: (comptrol

ler),' and Art O'Leary (assistant

Comptroller Phil Steers started

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FOR THE HUNGRY,' buffet. Right to left. Howard Taller; Mrs. Manciielli, Al Maiici-

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t is 1M first coed to major in agriculture st Southern Illinois
Ilniventitv At Carhondalo: Hpr amhltinn in train hnrMi and

t raise beef cattle in South America,, but Immediately after sp-ad-V;

i uauon ine warns io as neia wane lor uc ueparunent ot
L Agriculture. Above, backgrounded by some of .her 233 male
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bandry course. ,. .' ... -.

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v-- f behmd the Western world. Above, at the Chicago Merchandise Mart, model Dee
?f ln n A"can mattress and compares It with a Russian one. The two-inch-thiclc
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'lon under hhTa quivalent ot 42 he literally carried out f the Soviet'

The Washington Merry -Go -Round

By DREW fgARSON

HAIR OF THE DOG-In photo at left, it looks as if someone
had left a large blonde wig .next to flye-month-old Angela
Coolen at New York's Idlewlld Airport. Actually, as seen it
right, the pile of hair was really 4 rare Lasha Apse Champion
Hamilton Torma'by name who was supposed to be watching
over the sleeping baby; The dog is an entry in the Westminster
Kennel Show at Madison Square Garden. ?
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three-year-old miniature. Schnauzer, stares open-mouthed at
Uio of rigid "relaUves" in a showcase at the American Mu Museum
seum Museum of Natural History in New York. His vnteelint Mend
sculptured scale models, on e-thirt sire, are among IB breeds
in the Museum's "Best of Breed" exhibit.
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WASHINGTON Sometimes it's

hard for the American- people i to
know exactly what's behind a Con Con-eressman's
eressman's Con-eressman's speech when be makes

it in the House of Representatives.

Sometimes -it s even harderto

know what's behind ; a Congress Congressman's
man's Congressman's vote when he makes it se

cretly in a closed-door committee.

me secret vote ana secret

moves by Congressman William
Miller, '. Lockport, N.Y. Republi

can, were not, nowever, nara w
fathom when the vete was taken

on civil rights the qther day,ri,

Tba public of course ma noi

know what was j happening, be

cause the Proceeding were secret.

However, it has a right to know,

so here is tne insiae story oi wnai
happened.. -. A "m-, k -r ;! t...,v ::
The House Judiciary Committee

voted finally to approve tne civu
rights bill to protect the voting
rights, plus" other rights of N N-eroes.
eroes. N-eroes. Before it voted.' it had to

overcome a hamstringing amend amendment
ment amendment by Miller..
The interesting point -is why
Miller, a nerthem Republican,
Introduced this amendment. One
year age- he was the mn w'
helped introduce the civil rights
bill. He was Strang for it. He
posed at the great champion ef
4h Nog re. He talked like i
:'ond Abe Lincem. ;
Then abruntlv out of the Clear

blue last summer he reversed

himself. v. 1 ;
Suddenly he began working with
Connessmen William' M. Colmer

of Mississippi. Howard Smith of

Virginia, and others below the Mason-Dixon
Line who are hell-bent
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MILLIR DOIf SOMERSAULT

. Rising on the House floor last
summer. Miller announced:. "I

make this motion in utter sinver
itv .

, Then, overflowing with proJ

found conviction"-and choked with

"utter sincerity," he moved to re recommit
commit recommit the very same bill he had
signed as a sponsor.'- '-i
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Miller's emotional speech 'last
summer were not much impress impressed
ed impressed by his sihcerjty They were im impressed
pressed impressed by his versatility. j
They knew he was considered

the chief Congressional friend of
the big utilities in their battle o-

ver Niagara Falls power. They
also knew that Miller had been
playing : around with Dixiecrats

Colmer and Smith, both members;

of the powerful Rules committee,
in an effort to block the Niagara

rails mil. -v1 :,

- This bill had already passed the

Senate, and the only .place he

couia diocx it was in me nuies

Committee. He succeeded.

A double back-scratching a c t
was accomplished. Miller reversed
himself and helped block civil

rights. 'Colmer and Smith iif, turn

mocxea inemagara power dui.-

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I Seurhern Democrats and
Northern Republicans te scratch
ecka on Negro and big -wtitlitiea
problems, hold firm, .That, ef
- course; was last aummwr.
This winter i t is still holding

: Miller Congressional friend of

the power utility, was still helping
his southern friends when he in introduced
troduced introduced his hamstringing civil
rights amendment in the Rules
Committee. -f-'rYxA :
It lost bv a vote of 15 to' 17.

Significantly six members of the

Eisenhower party, which. won mar

ny new Negro votes last wovem

ber, teamed up with Southern
Democrats and Rep, Francis Wal Walter
ter Walter (D-Pa.) to try. to hamstring

civil riehts. t- -r

They were: MiHerj N.Y.J Tay

lor, N. if. ; Hyde,, M.f run, va.:
Cramer,- Fla.; and Keeney, HI.
Thev lost nut bv two votes. :

The civil rights bill now goes to
the full House and the Senate

If it can get by the Rules Com
mittee.
FRANCO'S SLIEPER '-'
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Passage of the House resolution
unanimously approving admission
of Franco Spain into NATO got
bit headlines. ? - v
What didn't get into the news newspapers
papers newspapers was the manner in which
the resolution was slipped through
Congress without 'most members

knowing what was un. ..

The Spanish resolution was vot

ed on immediately after the open

ing prayer on Wednesday, March
20. Few Congressmen were in the
chamber, They don't usually ar ;
rive until 15 or 30 minutes after
the opening.
The resolution was y "consent.
One vote could have killed it.
Therefore it was supposed to "be
listed on the consent calendar in
advance so all member would
know about it.
. But the consent calendar was
called on Tuesday.
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The Franco resolution was not
listed on the consent calendar and
came s a complete surprise on -,

Wednesday when many .Congress- n.

men who otherwise wouio, :.nav t
been on deck to vote against the,
Spanish.' dictator, did t not ; know :
what wai happening. !.,
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Gillette Razors; has had an an

titrust suit slapped on them or

(1,000,000 of interest to every man
who wrestles with ft blade in the ,,
morning.:.''-'. '"j,Vv 'fc

Testimony taken in advance of

the trial has revealed that Giiiet s
i getting to be about the only j .-.
E lace where you can get razor ; V

It sells po per cent of those tis- v
ed in the USA, has achieved tbi v :
dear-monopoly by having the mon- r
ey to splurge on bif radio-TV e6v ,)
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If the trend keeps up, other razor-blade
companies -will probably
fade out of the picture. :

The anUtrust suit is brought by
the, Norman Tobacco and Candy

Co,, of Birmingham,' Ala., on the -charge
that Gillette boycotts cer cer-tain
tain cer-tain wholesalers, wont sell, them
Gillette blades unless the whole -salers
load up with tie-in products.
Albert Roseman, head of for--- :
man Candy, says that Gillette's v v-salesmen
salesmen v-salesmen won't take orders unless ;
a dealer 'also orders large
mounts of "foamy shaving cream'
and Gillette razors, thus forcing (t (t-Competitive
Competitive (t-Competitive products out of circu
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its eye n Gillette off and on for
some time, but it 'took a small
company in Alabama to tackle the

giant of the Tazor world. 1

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SU tel Go, io Insure that steamboats don't disappear entirely from Wand waterways be re rebuilt
built rebuilt his flat-bottomed rowboat into this 18-foot steamboat. It's pictured cruising on the E g
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Elvis' managers demand coin for.
mag articles other performers pay
tress agents to"" obtain,". :.A v a
r.ardner is doing the ulcha bit,
She's -studying ,Socrates.7 ( Which
probably leaves i Plato- drooling
with envy).. V One of the gifts to
Eddie Fisher's heiress -was a (oh,
no! ) mink toothbrush. .Eddie
Mayehoff, the top howl in "Visit
to a Small Planet,",- earns i more
doing TV, eommershills Hhan as
ro-star of the Broadway click.
The week'a anything-to-be. idiffer
ent item: Audrey Hepburn's mag
boto showing her wearing a neck neck-ace
ace neck-ace around her forehead. ...For
Carroll Baker success has meant
moving front' a -one-room- fourth
floor walk-up to a spacious, swan
ky apartment '.j A new tome a
bout FDR doesn't mention .Roose
velt in the first 309 jagesl-, j
r Pat Boone's- favorite yodeler is
Bing; Incidentally, Boone cannot
read music. After 2 years on
teevee. Lawrence Welk is among
the upper-bracketeers. However, it
in the lower depths 01 smnv Dia
before reaching. Success ville.
vJayne Mansfield, whs keeps no
secrets, tells reporters that when
She was a teenager 12 boys bad a
crush on her.-It figured, .Star
dom has its rigors. Before one of
POria! Day's flickers is released.;
She gives about 200 of those gos gos-hawful
hawful gos-hawful interviews, i '.Tony Perkins
is a martie. He's investing ; his
coin in real estate." Save your
money, kid. It can be your friend
f-when you nave no frienaa.., .
Modern Screen's cover has an on
bov 1 blazer:, -"Kim Novak: : One
Man Isn't Enough." -,

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rs Includes only 2 dolls: iL'Mon-
roe and Miss Novak. Kim rocket

! ed to the top after, only 6 movies.

t. Jack Palance'a vounffsters

'. jiave' unusual na men Holy," Brook

. and Cody. Tip: Don't start nn witn

ralace. Hes a, former pro" hea
vwrirtit. t Anita Ekbere is" sin

, .' eerely atrivilig to play. down; the

( i J aexpot buildup- Teevee is' nice

. T ra t-t t i; awi

r for just one 4-mjnute cbmmershill

y father it a booking' a g e t, ',
"Poor Man's Hosts" is the sound-
a like of "Chanel in 'the Moorf-
light,?' but don't expect a lawsuit
Same publisher., i .The talk of the
communications Industry is radio's
resurgence.-...
Talk ebett ecenomyt Tk
Red eHeen" movie'-entire cart
, consists erne bey and a bat bat-lean.
lean. bat-lean. .' ; Net long a, a tea
photea twmod down a lab-seek
Irtfl mUt with: "'Sh's nt a toa
medal and mm will; ba.r Lave
- ly shealdort, but na akaa.
' Prince. Graced Tha Iramy
Awards shaw rated; an Emmy.
SwVtty .acd 'and generally;
'' aeed emceelna .Teevee la lead-'
with talent. The, Garreway jshew 1
- cama ua) witn a menKey mar .Tan
aly besabaJI. (The chimp will
probably araw vp to.-ba an um.
, pire). .Tha reason View mo movie
vie movie lacks write credit.-W was
authored by Mr Sh Amendment

wttnesc v. ."The Pasetonafa
fctrertger" flicker.- (a. Britisher)
. s unique. It 4 plot. One i
. fold in black-and-white, tha eth
er In color. .Sal Minea spends
' about SlOOO-a-manth Jut to an
ewer an- mail. -.; i.. i .''ii.,

It was inevitable. Now there's
a -perfume called "My Fair La-

".dy'V. .."The Egghead,: a..Jorth-J

coming snow, is wnueu uy moi moi-;
; moi-; ly 'Day'Thacher. She is Mrs. Elia
' Kazan. .Top quippersnapper in
"' the i'Oh. Men! Oh, Woraeni" tno-

vie: A lady explains the benefits
,. of psychoanalysis: "My dreams
" are so much -more interesting

now". .Yul Brynner, ; who got
rich as an actor, would rather be
a director. .The odd name collec collection
tion collection ci include N Y. Times by-
' 1- r 1 rCanciash I hillips. .With
i :,m Ceason having no TV eom
r f-r next Sanson and Sid
t i-'r'a f lare uncertain Mak Mak-:
: Mak-: t I.;,:-. 1 tems to have a

ivnnassea wiiuams worked, on

us new play (on and off) for 17
ears. We refer to "Orpheus Des
-ending," of course. ; if .Coronet's
provocative, essay about middle-
liged men, reminds you: Every
man grows old; except in his own
Imagination.ii-v'Heaven 'Knows,
Mr, Allison'? is a remarkable mo movie...
vie... movie... A i. top-flight- excites-'-despite
the 2-character cast. !A. tribute to
the 1 eamutinff whir nt rtphnroh
Kerr and Robert JMitchum. i .Mr.
rresiey launched his rocknriot ca career
reer career by doing the hallelMlah. bit at
Dixie revival meetings. ,Ragsto
Riches section :Spikev- the dawg
sUr of Disney 's ;"01d Yeller,"
was found in a pound and nur.
chased for $3. His estimated val value
ue value today: $30,000. ; .The $64,000
Question costs $77,000 per broad broadcast.
cast. broadcast. .', ' 1
. Three actors have wen 2 Oc Ocean
ean Ocean each. Fredrlc March Ga.
y, Cooper and Spancar Tracy.'
. .During the past year; there
ware aOO per cant production
increase importable TV sets. ..
Newsweek remind -yew that an
tertainmant is 2500. years aid.
same of the: lakes seem alder...
Judy Hotliday js intent an tweet tweet-tweetlna.
tweetlna. tweet-tweetlna. She 'takes vocal las-'
sans 3-flmes-a-week."V ."Lone
.Day's Journey Into Night" must
run M-wfcs tat capacity) ta
repay Its ; investmant. , i .Pa.
aeanft paaas 4S-5J ahew wh t
makes girls Girlc ; .Deepita thaj
fierce) cemperinen,' rna mm in industry
dustry industry is doing better than al alright.
right. alright. This year's gross box-office
receiptsare expected -to an an-coed
coed an-coed ?U billion. . Sophia La La-ren's
ren's La-ren's comment ; in E a oj a i r a:
"What is important ( that the
audience shauld knew I em in intelligent,
telligent, intelligent, not stacked.''. (Hal) -,1
This is Follywaad: A Coast bis.
rorian reportea 5 mat the movie
version of "Pajama Game" was
produced cheaply. It cost 0 h 1 y
$3,400,000. .If jazz is your dish.
the meat-and potatoes flatter is
Anit FHi'' Mn With 'Hnni"
. V .Sponsor mag discloses there
are" 37 nrilUSn auto radio sets; In In-dredibly,
dredibly, In-dredibly, they, are never counted
in th ratings race; J .The l-2r2
movie box-office leader s arc
specs: "The Ten Commandments,"
"Around the World, in M Days'
and "Seven Wonders r of the
World." (Ever title -includes a
number). .' ,Tha TV version of
"Thera ShaU Bo No Niimt," co-
starring Charles Soyer end Katb-
anne trneU, waa what you d ex
pects Wonderful.;.. .Fred Astaire
ownaa norsa-breedinc farm.
Skewp: t Mickey; Mantle's middle
nama it Charley.! .Dublin's May Mayor
or Mayor Briscoe is popular -enough to
be Mayor of New York. i
Perry Como has poured the hon
ey mto If records which have sold
over a million each. .low boat
deD't: "Gold Of NaDles.f tha Its
lian film bit in .pew iYork, was
prooacM 9-years: ago.t.-JLuiet
rich,- who baa" the trimmest torso,
has never indulged in physical ex
erctse, ? .His full !name Is Stephan
vaienunc ratricK,- wuiiamr Aneo
Valentine???. v Sinatras'-.. most
happy .deal in til? upcoming star star-er,
er, star-er, "Tha Joker IS WDd."-A salary
of $15,000 plus 25 per cent -of the
prouta. .. ...in ; tne, journal-American,
Jim Bishop 1 quotes E. .Sulli .Sullivan's
van's .Sullivan's orchid for fhe recent .WW .WW-TVariety
TVariety .WW-TVariety ghowC "A ; beck of a
show, but the deck was stacked
against hint and they flever gave
him a fair, chance:"' Gadrit must
have been a good show; It turned
a foe into a fan.
Mimis Vm Daren (our favorite
Van; Dorent will be the Queen of
tne Stn Annual Desert Inn (Vegas)
Tournament of Champions. .The
exciting event that enriches the
Runyon Cancer Fund annually.;
The McGuire Sisters are getting
$18,000 for 9 nights at the Twi n
Coaches rendezvous near .Pitts
burgh. A new feature, of the- act
is their version ox the Ted Lewis
Me and My Shadow" bit. Three i
teeners, the Capri Sisters 12 to
15) mimic every move. .The dif-;
ference between a TV sponsor and
a wife is that a wife ia fun while
she lasts. .Only thing dead as

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1 AMMUNITION WALNUT SHELLS With protective clothing making him look like a space
man. this worker wields a pneumatic gun using ammunition evert more weird. The gun shoots
ground walnut shells. They are used to blast clean aluminum molds, like that at right, used,
to making foam rubber mattresses at the Firestone plant in Tall River,' Mass. With the shell shell-blasting
blasting shell-blasting gun, one man can clean a mold in 90 minutes. It used to take a man 12 hours; using
a wire wheel buffing machine. s,

lHeath,i
"in
rom' Vhat I can -read, the new-,
est "literary-medical baby is 1 an
all-in- attack oa fats as a prime
cause of heart trouble. s.
'-: Every year the boys with pet
theories fight them out in the pub pub-licr
licr pub-licr prints; especially the maga magazines.
zines. magazines. One year, it'lj be whether
smoking causes cancer, another
veair a pro and con on whether.
whisky- causes dandruff! -. V
. But this year it's fatty food ver versus
sus versus the quick keel-over. Fats form
globules, or something, that stran strangle
gle strangle tha 1 veins and s arteries.;, Or
something; -;--::rV'-i -v:-,
. I -noticed-the other day What
seemed to me- to be a perfect ex
iniil. nt what.' t have eoffl to
call the half-cocked trend in putt
lie diagnosis;;.. .l:.-'c i
Some jnedico-up- rrom .a re-
parrh foundation in South Africa.
under the heading,- "Freedom from
under tha heading.- "ireedom
from Heart Ills Linked to Low
Protein Ditt," mentions that the
Bantu tribes -of South Africa are
relatively free Of heart disease,
Except for a "hitch." said the
Johannesburg- doctor, those na
tives "could have a greater, life ex
nectancv than Americans. -- -
The. aocior- menuons uu iuc
Bantu diet aboeara to ba low- in
fat,- low in animal protein, low in
calcium ana mgn in siarcnei. v
The onlv "hitch'.' Was that they
died off in great rates because of
orotem: deficiencies and tubercu
losis especially wnen young.
: It ia a real neat solution ta heart
disease.- Just die young and you're
cincn 10 hmss it, ... .
The Bantu tribes fanned north
from South" Africa; and Crtral A A-frka,.ith
frka,.ith A-frka,.ith which I m familiar,
ir heavily Bantu in stock.
The nlacier triDes are neany an
of Bantu onem. and even the in
dividualist v such as the Masai,,
Borran and other normern iriDes,
Stifl hafe seme admixture.---
vmir medical recoras wiu snow
you that aeatn irom cirrnusis mj
the nyerfor instance, mas a mgn mgn-er
er mgn-er frequency' in Central ana East
Africa- among the simple Natives
anywhere else in the world, includ
gence in booze, because the Afri-
rng Madison Avenue. :;
This is not due to over-indul
can tolerance of the stuff, eVen
for native beer, ia very. Poor. It
diet is' nearly 100 percent starch
is purely -because the African's
His need for animal proteins
and fats is pathetic. Fat, .. when
procurable, fetches an enormoas
price and is eaten neat, as a se separate
parate separate food. ". t
yesterday's news is last week a
rating. .When the film. "Cockle
shell Heroes." was snown in uer-i
many, -the title- was VHi mm el
fahrts Kommando." v

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Or WhaNheve-you?
By 03 RUARK

Meat, when available, is con
sumed in portions that sometimes
.pass 10 pounds a day per man. :
Safari .workers are the aristo aristocrats
crats aristocrats of Central Africa not be because
cause because of wages, not becaus of
tips, not because of clothing but
only because of a limitless op
portunity to gormandize en ,meat,
and especially on fat.;
When the non-meat-eating, nop-fat-eating
. African emerges from
a town or his own sbamba after
t month's layoff from bushwork,
he- is gray in color, .;
Ten days of a diet nl pure meat
and he packs enough fat to keep
him through a long, cold winter,
has turned black and shiny and
his dispostibn. is 1 thousandfold
iuiji vvcu, nuu luai Kuea lor iub
ability and inclination to work
' I believe that the Ufa expectancy
01 the average nonmeat-eating,
non-fat-consuming African is a a-round
round a-round 35 years, and this is since
lions, hostile tribes and virulent
epidemics quit working 00 the cit
izens. Thirty-five years is Just a
little young for heart disease, in
any- case,

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SWttET AND SOUR- One's a peach, the other's a lemon and
both, are top of ther kind. .The peach tS' Carolyn S troupe,
aqnamaid at .Cypress Gardens, Fla. She's holding a bue
Ponderosa lemon, ab a product of the area. .

. The doctor hjmself says: "If tha
mortality .rate among very, young :
children could be overcome and -tuberculosis
; brought under con control,
trol, control, the life expectancy of these ,'
people might very well exceed
that of the average Westerner."
This is roughly like saying, that
if you ruled out cancer,' traffic ac ac-cidents,
cidents, ac-cidents, murder, starvation and V
wars, everybody, would live to be
a hundred years old.
But it's the kind of stuff we keep
getting from the theorists-., the big
if backed up by half-baked facts. 1
So long as they're pursuing this v
fat-protein-heart Connection, .1
wish somebody would go into the
far North and do me a correlation
on Eskimos, heart disease, and the
fatty diet.;-.; :-'''-'..-:'',- '. ;
. Last I read the Eskimos ate
nothing but fish, flesh and fat, in interspersed
terspersed interspersed with a little walrus --candy.
candy. --candy. .., . "V"V- i
I'd like to know how tteir hearts
are holding out, purely from an
academic Interest, since I don't
like butter, potatoes or sweets ex

cept as a substitute for siriom
steak and gin, when I can get it.



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ESQUIRE QUARTET are Floyd Baldwin, Joe Mdllarkey, Bart

Allen and lorn scott- '.
Comptroller V ; Golf Tournament

Premier- Sunday Cross- Word Puzzle

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. -later, Mrs. Potter and Lt. "Gov

and Mrs. H: .W.'Schull joined the
festivities. Also present was the

deputy comptroller Mephen V.
. Poweson and his family.; ,V v

' First to tee off -for the" serious
' tournament were the Budgeteers,

with Roy Magnusony BUly Lloyd,
Mac MacCauley and Howard Full Fuller.
er. Fuller. 4r-'-k!:'.'-i:t':
Simultaneously ther.Payrollers
i went off the other nine. These
" were Peg Montayne, ,; Ben Wil-

c liams, Russ George, and Bob

Roche. -' il u-fik
Two women's foursomes 'took
; part. These were Bunny Leusch-
ner, Irma Mtillarkey, Grace "Mae--.
Vittie and; Lorraine Spencer, for
the first one,' and Joan Corliss,
' Pat George, Ena Fishery and Fair-
lee Skinner for the second. ; r
, The" Esquire team had Sths of
them wearing Sammy Snead hats
!. hut nrtt nlavina ouite 'that well.

These sharply dressed individuals

were ion iscon, oancucn, juc

, jwuuarney, ana r wya caiuwin. ;
Mother and daughter V J ones
played on opposing foresomes.
Louise Jones teamed up with Ted
- Melanson, Paul Karst and Jerry
' Welch. Lynne Jones was.' with
Mooney Huff, John Montayne,: and
- Dick Egolf. v.'v'-'v; :-
r Susan Boles and Betty Coleman
- played a twosome. The Tyro Team
was Hugh' Durrett Al Mancinelll,
Al Jenkins and Ralph Skinner. ;
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Other groupings were: Bob Cof

fey, Howard v Tettenburn, Bill

Tiuccict aiiH Atviu- xuiauu, : xj u n
Bowen, Dave Kelleher, Bill de ia
Mater, and : Johni Fisher: ;T o m

Spender,; Harry ..Willenbrock, Paul

bationsky,' and John smito; and
Ed MacVittie, Ted Jordan, and

noss minor..'
There were more! Also com competing
peting competing were Dick and Joe Burgoon,
Dick Fuller, and Bernie Dorfman;
Bob Bowen; MalcolmiVheelerJDon
Parr (he didn't quite shoot par)
and. Harry Munyon; Jose Corco,
Jack CampbelL. Willy Jr Imei,
and Dick Brogie; and Steve Bis Bis-sell,
sell, Bis-sell, Chuck Sorrell and Steve Fu-

tnn 'v.-.,'""-':'"-' ( '

In addition to the employes of

the Comntroller's Office, t h e r i

were ptny attendants from other

orgaiuzauuo r wiiu uaa ueeu in

vited. -.-

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ed the trophies to the. inner fami family
ly family circle, and didn't let' the ''out ''out-landers"
landers" ''out-landers" be eligible for? anything
but prizes. ,
If these affairs 'continue to gain
in popularity and attendance, it

will be necessary v td use either
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Best job of the whole day wash channel

lihe Complaints Committee. .They

didn't have a single customer,

1 Chinese
.wax r
v S Bramble
XO Assert ;
Xxaa", r
fact
l5-pat of
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19 Monks
" hood
20 Medium
. rof
. enter-
tainment
11 Positive
j pole
2 Stretch r
23 Ending
' 2$-Singing
"gallantly!
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it. cuckoo
4 -family
28 Word
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assent:

HORIZONTAL
52 Com-
; p
v M-Garden
C shrub ;
5wSwift--J
; sailuig
canoe
67 To-do
- 68 -.Minut-'
4l aquatic
, animal
60 Duct
62 Que f
. 1 Uon "'
63 Dog
, house
69 Of an
1 Island
' ' in -.
' Atlantic -v
67 Banter

' 69 Sllvef"
a sUteT"
71--Cuble
V deci-
- meter"' ;
t 1 74 Psrt '

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81 Noble.

man"
82 Monkey
S3 'Trend 'y
35 Guide
37--SHghtest'.
.39 Screener L
, 41 Tower
'",; on
- mosque
43 Hums 4-
: 46 Observes
47 Buddhist

pillar
,' 48 Dried
j-'-; orchid
v v. tubers .Tr

to City in
Georgia
81 Eire

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' 74 Like
bark
1 78 Diminish

4Tadu
ally
i' 80 With.'
Stand
'84 Malt:
liquor
85 Danger
87 Of
the
side r
' 89 Born -'
90 Crack
' 92 English
1 sea.
- "port
94 Defame

- 95 Singer
96 Pubha
i- 98--Loon
' 'wxl.)
100 Trap
101 Bar-
riers v
102 Biblical 't
name
. 104 Pertain
- ? tag
to a
. dean
106 Salty J ';
JOT Lighted
coal -,
-109 Regional (
; llO--Vampire ;
. Ill Chess
piece" i
.113 Chemical l
suffix J
115 Recepta v
, tie
116 Common
, salt-
v wort

1 Rodent 1
" Jacket
' 3 Restric
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' 4 Egyptian;,
( snako f
MShaklng i
6 Detester,
' 7 Norse god
" of war j
8 Japanese r
'.measure
, 9 Small i

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VERTICAL
'44 Loop
45--Serpent
47 Abra
' ham's
nephew
49 The ;
whole 1
' Jury
52 Com
forted
53 Charge
55 Cut
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120 Sub i

, ordinate -j
plate--.'
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' . nable -126
Confound
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noise
. 127 Shrub
, 128 At no
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N 129 English
river
130--Ckpe
131 Abound
Ing in ;
, marsh
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132 Pathetic -.
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10 Of ahep. cover
herds the end
11 Single s' 59 Rate of
unit assess
12 Painful ; ; ment v
13 Utopian ; 6l Tag
14 Animal o -. 64 Kernel ;.

. XlaA:- aAalatli t : .' Arab

I 'gascar r.-er r ,.. country .. jilOS--Aasistant
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16 A noble . In law, 106 Wages L
17 r-Riverin JO Well V 108 Narrow 1

Siberia where v fvaJley oa

reliant ''
enterprise

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:-... 88 Soak hemp
91 Make neat
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93 Restore Restore-"
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v nsuinn :. utml 119 Be un t

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turnery ; 121 Abstract y
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' -question r'' gTaae for 4. -l
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electorate 124 River in '
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t color 125 Hindu ?

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purpose '!
' (of words)
88 Cleansing
; agent-
89--CreepT
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41 Derived
from fruit
42 Of a tissue

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COOL, MAN. COOL There's no need to go Into a sweat In
making out your income tax If you follow the procedure of
two-year-old Julie Sheldon. She's tackling the hot problem
with a cool head In the pool of the Jan Loven swimming school
in Hollywood, where the learned to swim when only a year old. j

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WORLD-WIDE

SPORTS

OTHERS WERE DOCTORS not only-ln the house,
but In the hotel; and overflowing the University as
hundreds of medical men arrived on the scene to at

tend the Second Inter-American Medical Convention.

-THE SUEZ CANAL situation took a new turn for
ly to get President Gamal Abdel Nasser of Egypt to
ly to get President Gamal Abdel Nasser of Egipt to
soften his stand, which is that Egypt must exert com complete
plete complete control of canal traffic.

It was reported tnat rranc.e ana Australia imgus

A YOUNG BOXER from French North. Africa won
the world bantamweight championship with an up upset
set upset decision over champion Mario D'Agata 6f Italy.

Twenty-Hve year old Alphonse Hallmi scored a ciear

For three full days doctors from the Canal Zone riV-urr over D'Agata a 31-year-year deaf mute

nri Panama minplprt anrt exi-hani-ed View with fine- "1B Ji,ouo W wu .... v-v fh; ,, ,. .... tlht',n r,. In 30 veara

eialists from the United States and South America. i'iutiniAemmMi ?e

The pub he at large got a whiff f at what was going :. r hns drastio new de

on when through the medium of television, several
visiting medical man gave talks on cancer, tuber

culosis and metnoas or detecting disease.
LocaJ doctors tried to steal a lew hours whenever
they could to attend the lectures, held at the Pana Panama
ma Panama University. A round -of social engagements climax climaxed
ed climaxed the three-day conference which was deemed a suc success
cess success by all who participated and attended.
j The Panama Canal chalked up a new record for
transits last month During March a total of 981 ves vessels,
sels, vessels, large and small used, the waterway. This was an
increase of 123 more than last December.
"John T. Ridsrely. who arrived here as a con

sultant for the Panama Railroad died suddenly at
Gorgas Hospital of a heart attack. Ridgely who,
bad spent several weeks here last year as a con-'
sultant to the Canal's subcommittee of the House
Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee, was
recently retained by the Canal to assist in the
Implementation of plans to improve railroad op operations.
erations. operations. Ilis wife, whs was here, at the time' of -his
death, accompanied the body to Baltimore for
burial, c

An Albrook helicopter saved the life of a Marine
Corps pilot who had to ball out Into the Pacific about
23 miles from Balboa when his "plane developed en engine
gine engine trouble. The rescued pilot, 2nd Lt John C. Carl Carlson
son Carlson is 'attached to, the 324th Marine Attack Squadron
of Miami now on training maneuvers at Coco Solo.
.Four pilots from the same outfit died in two crashes
last month.
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Industrial Division employes who were some-'
I what disturbed during the week by rumors of .-drastic
drastic .-drastic reorganisation, were assured by the Ca- .-
nal Company that there was no such change Con Contemplated.
templated. Contemplated. X -J
- Emnloves who had exnressed concern over the -'

F possible loss of their Jobs were happy to hear
I that tha rnmnra wrra unfounded.. ..

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fense program-aimed at slashing Britain's armaments
The plan "calls' for -the abolition of the draft the
scraDping or all hattleships, the reduction of British
North Atlantic Treaty troops in Germany and cutting

down British' garrisons ail over tncwona.

in the first world tjtle fight In France in 3Q years
Monday night, -:-:x:-d-'.:'-:-e''Sir:- "":.
Halimi won every round except four which were
ruled even There were no -knockdowns in the 15 15-round
round 15-round fight as D'Aagata maintained his record of
never having been floored In .50 : professional fights.
The bout was Hallmi's 19th since.. he turned pro less
thn two years ago. - '
The victory gained Haliml recognition as world title-

holder by all grouns except the United States Nation-

While! Britain was cutting down its armaments pro- UffMrtBTl?

gram, west; Germany mouctea me um iM ut.. ---- -j rrrr,- r

in another fleveiODment wnicn reiiecwu umj u

trast between the British and German situations,
Gen. Hans Sneldel of West Germany assumed the
command of NATO eround forces in central Europ.9.
In his new post, Speidel will command United States,
British and France as well as German troops.

r. Cuban Orlando Zulueta recovered from a -knockdown
in the first round Wednesday night and scor scored
ed scored a SDllt decision over Joey lopes in a nationally
televised 10-round fight. 1
Zulueta, an 8-5 favorite, was. baffled in the early

rounds by Lopes' crowding body attack. In the later

The StatTDepartment In an unsually bitter 2SASK

ment. aalrt that tha srovernment of ouoDet Premier

Janos Kadar of Communist Hungary 'had reverted to
a- regime of ."Stalinist terror" to keep its people In
subjection.
I Premier Hussein Ala of Iran resigned as the result
of the murder of tfiree American, including a wom woman,
an, woman, by Iranian bandits. Manouchehr Eghbal was nam named
ed named to succeed Ala. Both men are pro-Western.

o.

der Lopes rieht eye In the seventh frame.

The sellout crowd of 8000 liked the free-swinging
brawl but booed the snlit decision." -

. Referee Harrv VoJkman and Judge- Ben Alperstein
scored the fight for Zulueta. The other Judge, Charlie
Buck, gave it to Lopes, an unranked fighter from
Sacramento, Calif. , a
. Willi Bssmanoff. retarded In mmi niiartera at -an

other Max Scbmellnr. isn't anywhere as good as the

.... :T"Tr.-'-j.i- once mighty .'Black Uhlan." but "he's eairer unH.rmi

UaYcTorK ffiSA S
cons know dead end one and tl.5 million in. property & MmiIteM
damage. Besides the known dead, there were 250 per "a, ""LI" H1 "Ld ?kel"h V11

" Tsi v rrn in bna and street car fares b the best I ever fought," W

touched off student.demonstrations on Tuesday

later degenerated .into, rioting ana tooting,

o

et car fares v Ves th and the best I ever fought," Willi
esdav These x",a'ned In his .flressmg room, "but I'm som t did
, -" nt "ft more 9ften.; think I could hay knocks
: ed him out.'' . :

f a Russian boot, in, HuneanT srlowed briefly again ...S?'"!??"- n .wdeT;frnm Manager .tersey Jones.

Thursday in the-Washington; "; ; m : .1es T"""1!1 Baker

" slaushter of Himearv

A former Fliizht nurse from Albrook received the ration at the Communist Hungarian. Legation In

Legion of Merit, the naUon's second highest hon- wnujKton, S A ... tr1M .J.-,
eombat award. The reclolent, was Mrs. Antoinette Thf ?u? TS?1' vfh!S hffh
r-i ...... v- tn i .... flag in their attempt to break lnto the party. .; which

awn ICUI mu U" Win-" nuun Moitiuu j Unnlrant'i

f ught
took par

The

the world' largest strongest and speediest aircraft Omance aga nst demonstraUnn near legations.

'antei;i:'inron Wuhr. Tb Hou Aopronrlfttions Committee has slammed

Ington where ahe will b, Inactivated for conyersion. th- n?ctel i!

mrsdav in the-Washington; lovi A ;'v -.u. r w v eB V .J' BaKW Vn man;
A Rroup of youthful refugees from the Russian;,, J when he did Baker came out second
mghter of Hungary tried to "ash Sovtet-insplred v

u.,-i, Man ii runsmi! navyweiPit ronrenoer,
wa ow reHnf gfarten an .when h finally, decided

to rnVe fih "t it. the 24-vear-old Besmanoff j-e-

sortea to -a running garo.s and the strategy paid off.

eArwrnlasloner- of the National fox-

ked "every boxer In every other stt

tA hn TjiWana. because of a tt

athletic contents between persons of dif-

racCL t;..-vY.p-.-

.( Oreene: reakl? uesdsv night hfora a Paferson
rvVe Mnh. m?d -the remrk while the Louisiana
pnviTr P'-iwnMdilon rolderlp whether a, ched-H-d
h"t, iit,ween Tinh Duns M New Orleans and
vn.i nrrtl"5! vf. this should be barred because
of -charges. Dupes 1 a Negro. r ; u 1
, Poliforr'U's rui CadTlli, eventJ-ranted feather-

Committee Chairman Clarence Cannon savs the

roun will not consider an urgent request for il mil million
lion million for the cost of fire department. '
v Summerfleld urged Cannon to take the Issue to the
tTnii iinnr HirtntttMi hjt mltrht -tiftlt mall deliveries

and other services unless fie gets more money ,tnis '.7'i .i"" wH.7.jn wioni wijj replace Panama
week -'" v .j- fatherweisrht rhamn Tldro Martlnes as Davey
- .ly;,.'-1;, :.' -r f .' 'oore's onnonent next Wednesday night at Miami's
diw''W-'nirt prostttutlon to Bfacajrne Areo. ; -.
rtrfiHnn wholaia mullnr InvolvlnK govern- ,Jtlj ..' iri'Lii'-.i-.i. i. ..

Vii-i. hm Vri.. ,,M harcrfa will i '-"' M rwuro Jilll DV rn national JrT-
.own t ment offteWs, Malnst whom,:Crlt aW;thrge.wU vlraif:Asofttatlon'J.wa forced to withdraw-from -the
presse:' 7;'r:i:'::!"'l fn-nwnf srrao beceu of a virn InfecUon. The

TT., debut, declsioned Cadllli a. a tuhxtitiita fnr'

isidro. v- .

Bobby PeWef thjnks Ws old Cleveland Indian Wm-

esoh wlesnlte
Bob Lemon

Mllw&ukpa In tha

", W"H series. r-v' :;:v:.v-v .'"--'
v Feller, now; retired, inn de the nrMlctJons Tuesday
on yislt her to nromote baseball youth nroeram.
V-. .f'Score houM wjn tb.n-2n ames nd I think

yoii roHin. XAv n- t, wnrtw the million dollavn Boston

owrea. to mm" wia Feiier. "I rrSume Pore will

n dol-makes

; ,ln Jail over the weekend on charges of "perjury, and

giving false testimony."

msl and a Negro Panamanian (Wil- lr;r, V"" J?T7!.n'
who had lived to the states Xofr many 'SntrwJS'OTl "r .third this
realass

The marines came to the -aid of one of their bud buddies
dies buddies this week : by .volunteering to give blood to save
the life of a marine's wife who was undergoing a
Caesarian operation The scene took place at the Co Co-o
o Co-o Solo Naval Base Infirmary where nearly 40 volun volunteers
teers volunteers arrived to donate blood for Mrs. Robert J. O' O'-DonnelL
DonnelL O'-DonnelL At last, reports, mother' and baby daughter

-l Local-rateM who attended a recent town

' meeting with: Governor. Potter In' Rainbow

r were told that imorovements In their, housing
J would mean increased rentals. The Gevemof told
f the grnu that, the Canal Company was already
losinr J7?,000 this year en what be called "wage
V hoMum." -i V 1 ur : , i, ;0
Another noint .hronrht t t the meeting was

t that the bill tending US Civil Service retire-

' Tdnt non-US citiiens In the Zone would re-
J onlre them to work for at least one year after
I the enactment of the legislation, . ' '.
A Ft. Gulick soldier and his woman companion were
Injured on the Boyd -Roosevelt Highway when the car
In which they were riding overturned. Sfc. Adolf 0
Sierra and Miss Margarita Pinto were both hospital hospitalized,
ized, hospitalized, but their injuries were not considered serious.
; Another Zone accident recorded this week was that

Of a Chilibre resident, Octavio' Rodriguez, who was

run over on the Madden

to prefer to a bed.

0

IN DISTRICT COURT Three men were sent to

Gamboa Penitentiary for terms ranging from one to
three years. Stiff est sentence was imposed on Ore-,
ffofio Aguilar for having twice burglarized the Army's
Curundu Heights laundry. An expert swlndlei, Sa Sa-muel
muel Sa-muel S. Walker was given 18 months for trying to
bilk a pries, and Albert Hackett, whose wife died as
a result of an automobile accident when he was driv driving
ing driving the car, received a one-year penitentiary term, ;
f a wti nl T tiAnrlan!fi tr tf rAWrnmMif mi A A

police, of fficials followed a visit by Finance Min-v
lster Ruben D. Carles Jr. to the banana province
of Bocas del Toro. ; i
. rrl' rnart of wldMnrea lr ana rnrriTn-

tion in Almirante and nearby towns, brought a '-. palgn. Jf the government allow the festival to be "yd rieht o the end. two new records wer set as
harried visit by Minister of Government and Jus- 3ield; the plotters wjU use. it as proof Of, the Presl- noL Armv.Paclflc. Coco F'o Marines, and the Ath-
tire Max Heurtemattee and Police Chief Bolivar den't Communist leanings. If he does not. he will be tir.Cl"b wp1 a hot httle for recond noion. Al-'
Va" !-...... ; charged with restricting freedom of assembly. brook showed IN strength early and virtually made

0 1 1,13 return to Panaml City Vallarino announc- ' i-' o ,. V 'a mockerv out of the team rnmoetitlort for first
d tve t-sasfer tf the ('.:, rr in charge of the Bo-'- The Panami government was reported negotiating but the oter teams were ate each other, throat all
ess 1 Toro pol.ce O ,i ent and several of his with Canal Zone authorities to permit Social Security evening. A.C.-f'nally wound vn fourth with 15 point,
r i t i r f-r r p- i v : red an increase of the members to use the services of Gorgas Hospital spe- "-M's the visiting Marines ended the evening with
r rf i . t;.e towns where Carles had eialists whenever necessary. 13 ft. .

Attorney Nicolas a; Ptirei haa testified In sworn

; statement that he had evidence that a white Amer

ican (Adolfo Hans! and a Negro Panamanian wu

11am Campbell)
years were the
dent. : -' ... :

After an Investigation of all the "new leads" given
by Peez, District Attorney Francisco Alvarado or ordered
dered ordered Perez arrest and declared that the attorney
had rendered much, false testimony, ? -J

Public criticism of a two-year-old street and house

adden Roadway which he seemed numbering system which Panami City residents still "hr S miuion dol
. find impractical are again being echoed by the local J forJl lub Jn-haahaJL..And .fues that make
0 ; 1 "-tv l :"' -v : ," ?:. Snanlsn-language dallies. s. -" : worth a million.'.' : -v. ..i

Newspaper reports said 'even the Fire Department 'B,,t:. Ith" he e CTovetnd. flnlshin In th

has denounced the system; as .''illogical. A suit-for VTL -reiier tninir ne Yea win.-wirr tho

.--u Lru.. pnam n"ip iwic)rv Mantle ana
Yo1 err -pt raiiwht nn clothesline.' : ;
Ac for hfrlf Palloi. h t,..i

res, said, r want to go back Into the game as f-
owner or part owner.!- ;.. ... f

the abolition of the system and a reversal to the old
one has been filed with the Supreme Court. s
President Ernesto de la Guardla Jr. was urged',
' to be careful by a newspaper columnist who warn warn-ed
ed warn-ed of a plot to discredit his administration.
The columnist, Fabian Velarde Jr., said the
nlotters nlan to use any past contact by members

of the present administration with any Comma- .;

.Th'brooV FJver-rn off with the team title Jn
th.pihoHlv Fridav nl"ht In a manner that
left little rfoubt In anvona't m'd about who th

' nlst nrranization to brand Mr. de la Guardia as' ? te'm n th et- wa. ,The Fivers scored 41 noint.f

' nro-Communls. :' : whi .the Hosest. Hv.is.w-r the Army Pacific with
. Th nlan also rontemnlate.s ualnr ft nroDOsed Com- IB14 Od Balhna Wleh with 1. :

munLst-insolred youth festival to further their cam-J Before a, ari out cowd whlrh "arrived early and
a 1 a. 1 A i t a.X-. Jk 1 A II a a .

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BEAUTY CONTEST ON

VDUR PLAKLEX ER- EARTH.
PUT MDU WERE SUPPOSE?

TO COME ALONE. WHY

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WORSEN 1 COMTESX. SHE ON LX. V H OfL WE CANT
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BIX AND MAIZIE ROONEY., A HAVING -THEM THERE

ARE BUYlklG OUTTHE STORES V To TAKE ANNIE- ;

ON HIS CREDIT -CARDS; AHD.-J- n'AWAV-

THROWING WILD PARTIES- f PROMISE?

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WON'T TURN ANNIE OVER i

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WHAT A PARTY WE THREW

FOR THE GANG.' WOW 1 HOPE

THEY ENJOYED IT, BECAUSE ITS

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MOW AND WEAVAMT TO BE L0M6 I

HOME TO ROOSTr THE

:PICKIM(3S ARE OVER

.WE'RE SET

LIFE, KIDJ

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TAKE A LOOK AT.THAT6REEN STUFF-

NEARLY A HUNDRED AND FIFTY (SRAND;

I'VE 60TOUR AIRLINE ..TICKETS TD FAR-1

AWAY PLACES' AND OUR PHONY PASS

PORTS ,ALL "Vn

fixed;

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IF . .... ... 11 i r '111!:1;'" '.' L 11 '. 1

ALUTHIS BEAUTIFUL MONEY -41-L ADMIT- tli

.THAT I COULDN'T SEE ANY SCORE IN THIS

SWINDLE AT FIRST; PRETENDING- TO BE
LITTLE ANNIE'S PARENTS IT LOOKED,

SILLY BUT NOW---

IT60TUS

INSIDE.

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I CANT KEEPCALLIN'SEPEOPLE'AAOTHER'
AN 'FATHER" WHENJ I PONT FEEL THAT. WAY
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