The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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
normalized irregular

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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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Blame Accident

J VA ship .nd,it$ crew assume certain risks when they
" transit the Panama Canal, 'attorneys for the Canal com com-v
v com-v pany have alleged in replying to a damage suit, for injuries
'. sustained aboard, a transiting vessel when a towing able
T inapped."' i 't , L" v
- Plaintiff in .the case is an 18-year-old British mer mer-'
' mer-' chant marine cadetj John'C, Whitelaw, who is suing
through his guardian adjitern.

' "Whitelaw'g suit tiled in TJ.S.
i District Court in February seeks
, a total of $7,008 for damages
suffered as a result of a broken
et sustained aboard the Reina
del Maf last May 24.
v The cadet charges one of tne
towtog cables was improperly

Hussein's Ouster
Of EI NabuIsi
Said; Backfiring
CAIRO, April J "fj
April 13 (VP) .-fKjnS
man i Nahulsi in Jordan is tiack
Hussein s ro.a ui

firing into victory for the neu-
; tralist Arab bloc, Egyptian or or-v
v or-v cles said today. ; ;'' V"'
infm-moH eonrres aif deveiOP-

- rnents in the iast-movjng political
.-fv! 'crisi- in the last Jew days .have

' demonstratea nav nusscm
keep Nabulsi's supporters ,i pow-
' 'i r." ' '''V.
- unless he does so the present
" "situation could burst into violence
' r which- mieht tempt neighboring

. countries to "ihterf ere,; the sourc-i

;...ies said.; .-..?.. ; -' ;t
.. "- Syria, Iraq and Saudi Arabia al al-i
i al-i 'teady have troops on i Jordanian
soil.ii ?h r -v :J '"'
. rn nn-nf thA rr instances m-

.' volving internal troubles of anoth-j
'" er Arab 4 government the Egyp-!
. ."tian press and radio have (tome
. ot quickryand' solidly in support
' 'vof the ousted Nabulsi eabinet.r
f Cairo newspapers unanimously
laid the' Nabulsi government had
1 .-'''assumed'' office in iree national
' lection; They charged his resig resig-;
; resig-; nation was the result of an "im "im-;
; "im-; J perialist conspiracy" to split the
; Arab neutralist bloe.

'Egyptian circles said this ma
Dot violate the Egyptian govern govern-ment's
ment's govern-ment's announced policy of hands
of-the internal affairs of other A A-rab
rab A-rab countries because the cause of
Arab nationalism should be de defended
fended defended by every single Arab, -They
cited as another instance
cf this Egypt's oooosition to Iraq's
participation in the Baghdad pact.
N

'Ain IX NOTE Russian Freiehter Nikolay Ostrovsky Js shown In Miraflores Locks during
nrr tran?it in Jan-:nry. the handling of which brooeht a rrotert note from Moscow. The
ship transited the Canal Southbound on her re turn voyage yesterday. (Photo by Jean Bailey).

Tel. Panama 2-0975

Master
colled and that while, the vessel
was in pedro Miguel Locks the
mule operator managed his tow towing
ing towing locomotive in such a way as
to cause it to break under ten
sion. The broken cable recoiled
and struck the cadet, :-'
In taking issue v with the
clailm, Canal attorneys Paul A.
IPentz, David ,A. Markum and
Theodore P. Daly assert that
the Injury was caused by cer certain
tain certain risks which were knttwn or
should have been known, to the
plaintiff at all times, 'i P
The Canal asserts thai such
risks were assumed toy th plnin plnin-tiff
tiff plnin-tiff and that such injuries which
arose were caused by the i risks
assumed by. the plaintiff as a
condition of his lemnlovment. si-
board a vessel 'transiting the
canal.
Cadet whitelaw was iismg a
deck telephone at the time he
was struck by the cable.
The Canal further asserU that
the injuries to the. cadet -were
caused solely hy the fault of the
vessel's master andor crew who
were negligent In causing tr per permitting
mitting permitting the plaintiff to be. sta stationed
tioned stationed in a position of obvious
danger and risk, and hi install -imr
telephone equipment in an
inherently dangerous. location.
It further charges that the op operators
erators operators of the vessel failed to
provide" Whitelaw wtih a ; safe
place to work. '
Attorneys-Charles E. Ramirez
and Woodrow de Castro filed the
complaint fori Whitelaw and
David Robles has been appoint appointed
ed appointed as the cadet's guardian. ,.
. i i' mi i mi i
Col. Merle Bowsky
Named New Hq.
Signal Officer
. Col. Merle C. Bowsky, VS. Ar Army
my Army Signal Corps, has been
named to succeed Col. Edwin O.
Earl as signal officer, Headquar Headquarters,
ters, Headquarters, U.S. Army Caribbean.
Bowsky comes to the. Canal
Zone from Fort Huachuca, Ariz.,
where he has served since 1955
as chief of staff. He will be ac accompanied
companied accompanied by his wife.
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US Has .Authority
As: CZ Spyereipn,
Official States ;
-i-A U.S. official said today that
? WASHINGTON, April 13 (UP)
A 1903 treaty gives this country
authority, to "exercise sovereign sovereignty"
ty" sovereignty" in the Panama Canal zone.-
The London Express carried an
Interview duotinir Panamanian
President Ernesto de la Ouardla
a saying "The Republic of Pan
ama means to resume complete
sovereignty over the Panama
Canal and over the land known
as the Canal zone.";,
The president was ouoted as
sayine pressure to do this had
built up since Egypt seized the
sues canai. .,; -?.-
The state department refus refused
ed refused to comment on the inter interview.'
view.' interview.' But the official said that
as long as th, 1903 treaty Is in
force, the United States: will
' not enter Into periodic argu arguments
ments arguments ever the sovereignty, c
' ;The official conceded that the
United States does not own title
to the Canal : Zone and that,
therefore, Panama holds what
he called "titular sovereignty."
i Secretary of state John, Foster
Dulles last August said a diner
ence between the Sue and Pan.
ama Canal situations was that
under an -1888 treaty Sues: was
fti international wraterwav.
. The Panama canal, on the.oth-
er hand, is not. It is la i rone
where the United States by trea
tyl"has all the rights which It
would possess if it were the sov sovereign.
ereign. sovereign. X ;vv v jy,
, In Panama City,De la Ouar Ouardla1
dla1 Ouardla1 said the London newspaper
had misinterpreted his remarks.
What he actually told the Brit
ish reporter, ne saw, was tnat
"Panama will defend Its sov sovereignty
ereignty sovereignty Over the ; Canal Zone
even though It leases it to the
United States.
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Horway Answers i!
Russian
OffOblileralion
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LONDON1. April 1J (UP) The
Norwegian answer to Russia's at atomic
omic atomic "obliteration" letter- was
handed to Soviet Premier Nikolai
Buleamn by the Norwegian am
bassador today, radio Moscow re
ported. -',',''.," .': .' -'-' i
The broadcast said the Norwe
gian Ambassador E. Brodland
handed Bulganin a letter from Nor Norwegian
wegian Norwegian Premier Einar Gerhard Gerhard-sen
sen Gerhard-sen answering the Soviet Premier's
blunt warning of March 19. ,,
In that warning. Bulganin said
that Norway would be subject, to
atomic devastation in a new war
if Norway allowed its territory to
be sued for atomic and missile
bases.' 4
A' similar message was sent to
Denmark,
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Sparked (BylRussias Power Politics

' By LEROT POPE
A challenge has been raised
In Panama against the validi validity
ty validity of the Canal treaty with the
' United States. r V
It was raised by two profes profes-stors
stors profes-stors of the University of Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. The) professors challeng-
ed the treaty because, It gives
.the United States a perpetual
.lease on the Canal. They said
. that ; was inconsistent with
Panama's S o ve r eignty and
made the treaty invalid.
' They did not, however, sug-
gest that Panama try to abro-
gate the treaty.
- It has been Inevitable ever :
since President Nasser of Egypt
nationalised the Sues Canal
that someone in Panama would
raise the question of whether
, Panama had the right to do'
the same thing.-.' ';iv fi
In -! a scorching address at
Melbourne UnlTersity a few
days ago, Prime Minister Men-
ties of Australia, criticised V
American policy on Sues' by
asking what the United States
would do if Panama repudiated
the Canal treaty. Mensies :
warned Washfagton not to
place any hope in the United
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mm '':'V
opeci
'Members of a special commit.
tee of the Panama Canal board of
directors known officially as the
ad hoc committee,. which will study-way
and means of increasing
the Capacity of the Panama Ca Canal,
nal, Canal, will meet tomorrow morning
in the Diablo Heights model room.
The' rovp heeded by 6ov. W.
I. fetter,, includes Ma. Cen.

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Pre-Fab Housing Plant Will
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Be Set Up In Colon Free Zone

The first ttifi towards the es establishment
tablishment establishment of the pre-fabrlcat
ed housing Industry in Panama
waa completed last week with
the signing of a long-term lease
oeiween Transamerican indus industries,
tries, industries, inc. and the Colon Free
Zone for a ten-acre tract of
laad. -' ... ,1 ..
A $250,000 housing plant will
be erected on the Free. Zone site
in the City of Colon.
Construction and erection er
the plant will be let to local
contractors and actual work is
expected to start shortly. AH
the machinery for the plant
already has been acquired and
is ready for shipment to Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. I
Establishment of the nre-fab-
rlcated housing industry here
offers Panama an opportunity
for becoming the- center of a
hemisphere-wide project Offi
cials or Transamencan indus industries.
tries. industries. Inc.. said they already have
received Invitations from a num number
ber number of Latin American, govern governments
ments governments .to study the housing
problem in their respective
countries.' : :-
in aaaition to tne prospect
f being the center of a vast
continent-wide Indastry, Pan Panama
ama Panama also wll have aa immedi immediate
ate immediate opportunity for a perma permanent
nent permanent solution. to the acute
Drivers, Push
But Lisbon's
EdHor'a Note Doc Onfgg Is on
swing threagn Kurope, over
which some 7W,eO0 Amorkan tour tourists
ists tourists ere expected to ramble this
wmmor. His tour of places, some
off-beat, eome en-beet, tekes turn
rhrowgh Portugal,
Spein. the French Riviere, Rome,
Peris end England.
LISBON (UP) The greenery in
this fair land of Portugal is
Portugal
enough to make a Kelly blush fori
shame. The grasslands and snub
bery have a gVrw that seems
slmost dye-invieted, and in all the
land there is scarcely a sign of a
TV aerial oa a rooftop.
Blessed ere the v that live in
Portucsl. The radio burdens the!
airwaves, but it has verv few
sineing commertiili.
Urged to. celva into memory

country is $afen 1 Abraham Lincoln,

SUNDAY, APRIt ll. 1957
Nations if it happened. He said
the U.N. could not do any more
legally with Panama than it
could with Egypt.
. The Panamanians were not
satisfied with the 1955 revisions
of the Canal treaty. They had
asked that the Annual rental
be raised from 430-thousand
dollars to five million dollars.
It was raised only to one-million
900-thousand dollars.
Panama also was promised a
$27 -million dollar bridge over
the Canal at the Pacific end
and the return of some; $24 $24-million
million $24-million dollars worth of mis miscellaneous
cellaneous miscellaneous real estate.
, There is a small and vocifer vociferous
ous vociferous Communist Party in Pan Panama
ama Panama which never misses a
chance to accuse the United
States of robbing Panama on
the Canal. v-j- ;
The importance of the Canal
'to the defense of the United
States has gone down sharply
in recent years, .We now have a
two-ocean Navy and airpewer
in both oceans so our oeiense
doesn't depend on sending ,.
ships through the Canal. What
our generals and admirals in
the Caribbean area worry -bout
nowadays, instead Of the

Qroupilo Sti(

Canal's
,Jolla L, $chlyr former Gevr.
n't ef the Panama Canal, and
Ralph A. Tuder, : well known
ceniu't'nfl engineer frm San
Francisco, Cel., both f ; whom
( are members ef the Panama C
nai bard of drectess.
' They will meet with members
of a special working committee
on' canal capacity appointed by
housing- problem, while at the
same time expanding Its eco economic
nomic economic development end pro pro-vidipg
vidipg pro-vidipg adequate stimulation of
Its natural resources.
Transamerlcan Indus tries,!
Inc.; reported that its prefabri prefabricated
cated prefabricated house not only is suited
for tropical climate, but that its
low cost will place it within the
reach of low-income groups
through a financing plan. -
It also reported that at-present
it is furnishing prefabricat prefabricated
ed prefabricated houses for a concern in Su Sumatra
matra Sumatra which has all the tropical
characteristics of Panama.
- Btudles made by technicians
of the firm have determined
that local lumber and materials
are suitable for the pre-fabrlca-tlon
of the houses planned by
Transamerican industries. Inc.,
particularly "cativo" lumber
which Is found mostly in the re regions
gions regions of Darien and Bocas del
Toro. Native lumber would have
to be treated in order to render
It resistent to termites, fungus
and decay. .
When in operation the pre prefabricated
fabricated prefabricated housing plant will
furnish Job opportunities for a
large number of Panamanian
workers. This is expected to con contribute
tribute contribute to relieve the unemploy unemployment
ment unemployment situation and at the same
time stimulate Colon's economy.

Cobs, Cigarette Lighters

Lushness, Scrubbed Streets

about any singing commercial at
all, one local citizen aeposea as
follows:
"There is one that I recsIL but
it is not sineing. Jt .is a record.
advertising the Texas laundry
shop.' They start it out "Bang,
bang..owboy with yippee, yells,
and thee they say: Texas is not
only this Texas is a new laundry
shop'.". ; ..
J Lisbon is Leveh
1 (
-Litbosr is s lovely city of one
million inhabitants, ef red-oraege
roofs, -white and pink buildings,
and snoccled against the sea's
lone rotunf white breakers. The
streets are so clean they bare a
' srmbbed look.
I Yeu can take a bus out to tne
stsside resort of Monte Estonv

Canal, .! is ) safeguarding the
movement of oil and bauxite
that's aluminum ore from the
Caribbean countries to the
United States.
The Panama Canal is still
of great 'commercial import importance
ance importance and some defense import importance
ance importance but as early as 1945,
President Truman offered at
Potsdam to internationalize it
The European and Asian pow powers
ers powers were not 'interested. Then
in 1947, the Russians began
talking about internationalis-,
ing both the Sues and Pana Panama
ma Panama Canals.
But when Nasser seized the
Suez 1 Canal last year and
Britain and France then de demanded
manded demanded it be internationalised,
Russia took the opposite posi position
tion position and Insisted the Sues Ca-
nai was Egypt's exclusive prop prop--
- prop-- erty to control as she pleased.
Obviously, Russia was simply
playing power politics.

UouDtiess, tney tnougnt
wouia eriecttveiy emoarrasa
the United States, the Rus
sians would similarly argue
that Panama ought to kick the
United States out and ran the
Panama Canal as she pleased.
Capacity
Gov. Potter : and Headed by Lt.
Gov. H. W, Schull, Jr. Other
members of this committee are:
Capt w. S.iRodimon, Marine Di Director;
rector; Director; Col. Hugh U. Arnold, En Engineering
gineering Engineering and Construction Direc
tor: John D. Hollen. Chief of the
Executibe Planning Staff;' and
Maj. David h. brniui, Military As
sistant to the Governor.
- The. meeting tomorrow the first
of three scheduled for next week",
will open with a review of previ
ous Canal improvement plans,
such as the third locks protest.
terminal lakes plans, the sea lev
el canal plan and tne isthmian
Canal Studies of 1947. The talks
will be illustrated by use fthe
aea level and third lock models.
' During the' session, tomorrow
the members of the committee
will discuss traffic projections and
capacity requirements; make an
analysis of Canal operations and
problems; and discuss the Im Improvements
provements Improvements being considered and
the projects required to provide
funding of capacity requirements.
Spec's! problems, ewh as w.
ter supply and flood centrl, cost
estimates, construction p r e e e e-(Continued
(Continued e-(Continued on page )
RP National Guard
Chief Will Visit
Army Posts In US
WASHINGTON, April 13 (UP)
-Col. Bolivar Vellerlne, first
commandant, Panama National
Guard, will arrive here nest
Tuesday for a rhree-week., visit
to U.S. Army posts throughout'
the United States, the Depart Department
ment Department of Defense announced to today.
day. today. '.
A spokesman said Vellerlne
was invited by Cen. Maxwell D.
Taylor, Army chief of staff.'
The U.S. Military Academy et
West Point is' among the potts
which I did, but be warned that
a chartered tourist bus is likely
to have radio music coming at
you out of the ceiling in a sudden
burst when the driver turns it oa.
Also beware of the hotel room
numbers. Some hotels number like
those in America.' Some, like
mine, dont My number is 23.
Instead of being on the second
floor, it is on the fourth, a lung
with all the lumbers in the 0s.
You have to go to the top floor
in this case, it's the fifth floor to
get to room No. 1. Then you wort
down, getting to the 50s ra the
first floor.
" j "".-'
H Saves Trouble rf
Taxi drivers line tip their esbs
sinile file in front of the Estoril
railroad station, and whea
they

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CANADIAN
WIIISKY

Promotion

Frozen

Part omm

ment Employes iifohsideririg

agency head from basing wages of employes in grades pf

Njj-f or over, on a fate less

sincarion Acr. ; .i-i r:i
: The proposals to amend a bill now before Coig

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impiemennng the treaty between Panama artd the U: S.
were brought before the executive committee of the Iddaa

vesferdav bv Rufn I nvmlnAu1 Atfzt

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dent. ; :. .";.-). .'.'. K .'

. .If. approved:, by the board the amendmentshlch7

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wiiiae presenrea personally
Some of the proposals call for:
1) Providing emDloves with with.
m-grade promotions even if jobs
are frozen, ." I
2) Basins the rt nt riimn.n...
tlon for employes that are hurt
on nis rate of pay plus 25 per
cent differential (At present com compensation
pensation compensation rates .are based on the
employes! salary minus 25 per
cent), ,.., - .., ;
.-ft-3) "Heads of agencies be'njr aK
lowed to, adjust pay raises retroac retroactively
tively retroactively to make them .effective the
same date they go into effect in
the States.
Lovelady brought- his 'propos 'proposals
als 'proposals to amend HR 6708 before a
board meetins vesterdav. He said
ne expects to present them before
Post Office and Civil Service
Committee of both the House
and Senate sometime in May.. -'
The following is the text of the
bill with Lovelady's proposals in
italics.:
"A BILL. '. .To implement a
treaty and agreement with the
Republic of Panama, by amend amending
ing amending the Classification Act of 1949,
as amended. : ,
Be it enacted by the Senate
and House of Representatives of
the United States of American in
Congress assembled, that each a a-gency
gency a-gency .of the U.S. government in
the Ctmi Zone is hereby authoriz authorized
ed authorized to conform its wage practices
. . to the principles established
by 'item 1 of the Memorandum of
Understandings Reached Between
the United States of America
and the Republic of Panama sign
ed on Jsn 25, 1955, subject to
such regulations as the President
msy prescribe. -Section
2. Section 202 of t h e
Classification Act of 1949 (ch 782,
63 Stat. 954). as amended by the
Act of June 16, 1950 (ch. 269, 64
Stat 232),. and by the Act of Sept
26, 1950 (ch. 1049, 64 Stat. 1038),
is hereby runner amenaea oy re repealing
pealing repealing paragraph (32) and by a-
mending paragrapn (zi) uereoi 10
read as follows:
"'(21) employes of a department
stationed in the Canal Zone, and
at the discretion of the Civil serv service
ice service Commission upon the request
of a department employed sta stationed
tioned stationed in the Republic of Psnama
if employed by a department hav having
ing having employee stationed both la the
Republic and in tne zone:
Provided that in no event shall
the basic compensation of any
officer ef employe of such1- de department
partment department occupying a position

Need Licenses

Win Traveler
seed to move forward to fill up
a sap in the line, they get out
and push. If you ask how come
this means- of locomotion, you are
told: To save themselves the
trouble of starting the engine.
f nm here 00 an inaueural of
Pan Amerkaa World Airways'
new bod -st op service from New
York to Lisbon with its new iong-
rsnge DC7C piines. we set a
record for the flight, nine hours

and 50 minutes, clipping .seven swarded to -employes wnose em em-minutes
minutes em-minutes off the old record. ployment lerminsted pnor to said

Portueal has many bresth-takm
aspects, but here's one lor tfiel
books. You have to have a license
to use a cigarette lighter if you
five here. The cost is about Si ia
American money.
What a the West Protect the
1 match industry.

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TENCEiT3
Ovt'
a proposal to prohibit any
than that fixed by the Clas-
, . t. . : i". : ....... .1.
.', IHIIVMUI 'TlVC-UICai
..J k. y4...: .w.;vrfV.--." ..
auTcrnmcnr employes here:
by Lqvelady.before Congress
",'.' r.,I'?v'V"-. ,,'i-''':-: j''.'- -",
the duties" and .respensiWHtfeV
which would warrant alloce!'
to grade GS-4 er hih.. ....
standards isiued bv the Ciii
service Commission purtu t
section 401 ef this Act be f 1
in relation ta a hat. inu...
me reres pretcribed
03 (b) of this Act."
by 1
Sermon' 3. Tr?r- f
S-'-T .1 r, -' ;. ,
tion 804 of ti.e Postal Vs,
ice Compensation Act of 1: -j.' (: j
7 W0)'. hereby repraSf i.
Section 4. For purposes ef lj
and regulations pertaining to r r-tirement,
tirement, r-tirement, overtime pay, i n s u r r-ance,
ance, r-ance, injury and death compass compass-tion,
tion, compass-tion, leave and the commutation
tnereof. and nfhr 1 timii..
ploye benefits, the basic compen-'
sation of United States citizens em employed
ployed employed by departments or asn.
cies of the Governmennt oft he U-"rted-States
in theCsnal Zone
shsll Include any overseas pay ap ap-pueable
pueable ap-pueable to a non-United Stats ch
uien in the same position.- ji
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Secontknv 5. Whenever the basic
compensation of an employe of a
department or agency of the V
mted States in the Canal Zone,
which ia fixed with reference ri
rates for similar employment, if
continental United States, 1$ "eon "eon-verted
verted "eon-verted to another hn fh r
ploye shall, pending transfer to a
position the basic compensstlon cf
which is fixed with referenne- ti
rstes prevailing in the continental
United States, continue to receive
the rate paid immediately prior
to such conversion end shall b-..
eligible to earn and receive peri
die and longevity step-increeses f
his grade er pay level, so jeni s
he remains in the 'same posit; 3
or a position of eaual or 'hi Bel
grade, r, ',..' i ,. J
Section (a) The nedef e e-gencies
gencies e-gencies er other wage-fixing su su-therlties
therlties su-therlties ef psteblieSments eper.
ating in the Cenel Zone are ew ew-therized
therized ew-therized te adjust the cempenii. cempenii.-tion
tion cempenii.-tion ef employes whose rates
ere based en these for the same
or cempereble work m the Unit United
ed United States aa ef the date any ad ad-iustmen
iustmen ad-iustmen jwes effective with re respect
spect respect te such position In tne CI CI-nited
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compensation rolls who is re receiving
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pay period beginning ia tne ir... 1
month following the month of ap approval
proval approval of this Act in such mannrr
aa te apply only to the continued
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?jrrder-of the Board of Directors, the stockholders
j sj. iDE$TILADORA NACJONAL, $. A. are hereby
gratified that the annual, stockolders' meeting will be
j pfcjld. at' the main offices of the Company, located In
aSy'n(da"Bo1fvar, Panama Cityi R. P., on the 26th day

April,. 1?7, at 4:30 p.m., for the following pur-

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(b) 'To elect or reelect Ulrectorsr 1

rc) f.To' examine and approve the balance," profit
hd Joss statement and the report submitted

i. to them, by the Board of Directors;
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submits' tK .'.n..(

Panama,- April 1 2, 957,

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The Pulitzer. Prize play, "Pic "Picnic,"
nic," "Picnic," by William Inge, once dra dramatic
matic dramatic critic for the St Louis

Star Times, 4s to be presented at

toe Tneater Guild. lor six nights
beginning April 22.
- "Picnic" is a comedy-drama
telline the story of a not very

bright college football player,

turned tramp, wno arrives in a

small Kansas town on a hot La Labor
bor Labor Day and causes complica

tions in the lives of a handful
of women who Jind themselves

attranted and repelled ; by tne
rugpedness of a crude kind of
masculinity they had nfever en encountered
countered encountered before.
Written by William Inge im immediately
mediately immediately after, his first nota nota-bale
bale nota-bale success "Come Back, Little
Sheba," which was later made
into a Striking movie, 'Picnic"
scored a great hit when first
presented in New York in Feb

ruary, 1B53.

Tt'mn there for 61 weeks and

Inter was toured to most Of the

other larerer American cities,

after being awarded not only the

Pulitzer Prize ior ine lawcs

theatrical season, but also tnc

Drama Critics' Circle -Award,

the Outer-Circle Award ana tne
Theater Club Award as being
th host, riiflv of the vear..'

" ... 1 i t

It was the lounn pmy i"
thpat.ricftl historv to win both

th Pulitzer and Drama Critics'

Circle laurels; the only -others

fTr to have sralned this trlumpn

havlhe been "The Time of Your
TW In 1940. "A- Streetcar

Named Desire" in 19,'-and
"Death of a Salesman" in 1949.
When William Inge was first

writing the Pulitzer-prize come come-dv.
dv. come-dv. t'P'cric." which U beinT nre-

cpntprf heeinnine next AWH

at the Theatre Guild, he called It

"Front Porch, whlcn was per perhaps
haps perhaps more accurate than his fi final
nal final title, since the audience nev never
er never sees the picnic often referred
to In the play. All the action

takes Dlace on a porch of a dow

dy house in a small town, and in

the patch of backrvard that sep
arates It from a similar house.

Considering how much of A-

merican life is lived on porches

and in yards surrounding homes.

Leueen MacGrath Hunts Better Play
By DICK KLEINER v

NEW YORK (NEA) If you are one Of those people who

wimuer wny sieve Lawrence ooesn t concentrate on comedy, bere
is Steve with the answer: , x
"I've; given it some thought; Steve Allen let me -'rin ft lot of

comedy on the old 'Tonight' show and I enioved it: j .nut; there's

even less security in comedy than there is in singing.

"In music,' "you've got' 10,000

guys writing for you every weeR

Look at the ASCAP list you
could sine a new song every

week for 10, years without: re-r
peating yourself. But, In come comedy,
dy, comedy, there are very few people
writlner any eood stuff. It's hard

to get iresn material."

ne s wonting up a format for a
TV- show of his own. What he
wants what singer doesn't?,

is a iomo-type.. program,

"'Tonight was -wonderful ex

perience for met" he says. It
was,, for me, what vaudeville

used to be for euvs breaking in.

Yoa will observe that th's 1 I got to work with all kinds of

pretty smart reasoning from a people great musicians, come come-pretty
pretty come-pretty smart youngster. Steve is dians, scientists, phiosophers,
Just that and he's' also good4 .fazz men, other singers and a
lookinr and talented. The com-1 lot of real nuts."

bination is beginning te pay off

In a large way.
He's happy, even though the
eollapse of the old .'Tonight-'

format left him without a regu regular
lar regular camera. But he does well on
records (like the current "Par-

tyiDoll'V, he's doing a lot of
night club work, -he can appear
ion Steve Allen's Sunday show

almost any time he wants ana

if.

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this would seem a commonplace
setting for dramatic action.
Oddly, however, it is a locale
that is used comparatively sel seldom.
dom. seldom.
One of the first big successes
to make a porch and yard the
scene for its story was "Mrs.
Wlggs of the Cabbage Patch."
about a homespun fixer-philosopher
who lived in a tin-can

strewn hovel on the wrone side
of the- tracks. Two other olavs

witn similar exterior sett fries

is and rowdily disreputable char

acters were "Tobacco Road" and

"Suds in Your Eye.'Mn the lat

ter it was empty beer ? bottles

that strewed the yard of a worn

an who was a prodigious fuz

zier. ,.-.-

yards on the stage ire not
always picturesquely squalid,
houiever, Respectacle veople
sometimes are seen on well well-tended
tended well-tended lawns around their
houses as in "On Borrowed
Time," in which an old man
and a mysterious visitor had
some dealings about a boy and
an apple tree, and in the first
scene of Moss Hart's wartime
dramatization of the making
of Air Force pilots, from their
backyards in small towns to
their flying away into the
"wild blue yonder."

Arthur Miller's well to do,
conflict-riddled family in "All
My Sons" were portrayed in
their yard, and a group of elder elderly
ly elderly folk were Tshown in the out outdoor
door outdoor in Morning's At Seven"
and again in "The Silver Whis Whistle."
tle." Whistle." Probably the flossiest of all
fresco stage settings was the
luxurious terrace of the Long Is Island
land Island mansion on which the ac action
tion action of "Sabrina Fair'' occurred.

Ana tne most tynicai midale

class American stage porch was

tne one on wnicn Penrod. in

Booth Tarklngton's "Seven

teen" came to woo the Babv-

Usually tales with 'sea-salt In

them nave an outdoor back

groundas with "Mister Rob Roberts'!
erts'! Roberts'! on- its cargo-ship, deck-Or
Eugene O'Neill's "The Long Voy

age Home." But while these are

en plein air, they are not porch-and-yard
eetups. though the
beach-house porch of "Season In
the Sun," facing the ocean from
Fire Island's strand, is both
salty, and porchy.
Eugene O'Neill used porch porch-yards
yards porch-yards to good effect in two of
his most notable plays once
with the Oreek-columned porti portico
co portico of a great mansion as back background
ground background for "Mourning Becomes

Eiectra," and another time with
the farmhouse exterior of "De "Desire
sire "Desire Under the Elms."
This is true of v"Picnic." In

which all the people are a little

snaooy. except a ncn youna man a.
who comes from across the L M
tracks to" this somewhat down. I V

at-heel boarding house yard to I,

court a girl who lives there, be because
cause because this dime-store employe
happens to be the prettiest girl
in town.
The exterior scene of.TlauV"
Is far from drab, however. It's
clean and homey. The author of

the olay, William Inge,.wrote the

play, he has said in an Inter Interview,
view, Interview, with a sense, of exhilara exhilaration
tion exhilaration at being In th .sunnv out

doors after feeling himself

cramned indoors fo months in

the loomy kitchen he portrayed
in his .prevou r'ay. "Come.

Back, tittle Sheba."

Todav Encanto 35 20
Jayne Mansfield In
"The Girl Cant Help
with IS Rock 'n Roll Stars!
in Cinemascope! -Hwgh
Msrlowe in
"THE BLACK WHIP

If you have keen s eyesight,
maybe you've spotted the dia diamond
mond diamond now glittering in the mid middle
dle middle of Arlene Francis' famed

heart locket. Here's the story on

mat jisue trinicet:
When Arlene's fellow-panelist
on "What's My Line?" Dorothy
Kilgallen, had her baby, Arlene
starte dkldding a her- husband,
Martin Oabel, : about being a
havenot. "Dorothy has some something
thing something new.'' she'd say, with a se

mi-pout, "and I haven't." Not

wallet, Martin produced the dia diamond
mond diamond as the ,"something new"
to keep his spouse content.
And, as of last Valentine's
Day, he .added a trim, heart heart-shaDed
shaDed heart-shaDed Dair iOf earrincs to the

ensemble. Now it's Dorothy's

turn again. 1 - r. -

; A. serious actress has some se

rlous things to say about the

state 'of the dramatic fare' ol

fered on television. It's the love

ly Leueen.MapGrath, herself the
star of many TV dramas and

presently, brightening tne jtjroaiu
way gloom in Graham- Greene's

"The rotting tinea," v
' -
"Lasf 'year.'' Leueeri says, :

was laid un for 10 days with a

bad back. I felt this .was a good

time to see television" lots of

television, J was amazed.

"So many of the' dramatfe

shows are tricked out with paus

es and closeuDs and all manner
Of devices,; But 'the' plays are
really very slight. They're lack

ing in any real emotional or in

teliectual aspects. .

-'I don't mean that everythinc-i

has to be heavy-I love splendid

nonsenses.. But it's this tatty in

between stuff I object to, ana
here's so much of it." .,

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: 'FORLORN SIMPLETONS, I was making like a flltra flltra-tion
tion flltra-tion plant at Joe's Hideaway the other day when I feL
to wondering what sort of part Red's Cantuta Cab could;
play irr the current vexed hassle over the 'jpassay; of Rus Russian
sian Russian ships through the Panama Canal. s
I got the Idea that the Canal authorities are,no1
playing their cards with all the finesse they might. May.
be; they want the Russian.' crewmen to come ashoreTMay.
be they don't.'. I do not know.; But I suspect, there is. n n-lesson
lesson n-lesson to be learned "from Cuba-
There, the master of the Ivan Babushkin and h.,
crew, were free to so ashore and travel as thev pleased.

The captain and a couple' of his officers' went into Hava

na to survey some of the blessings of the free world.

a quncn or students was in the-process of ;trying to
shoot President Fulgencio Batista out of the Presidential
Pnlflrp. A Vmnrri rf mooViinoirnn-tntlncr cnlrHpre urns in

the process' qf shootin? the students. The Russians
hastened back to the JBabushkih after their survey ol
Western t political methods, and 1 the question pf shore

P'J" leave never amounted to much again. ; -.

It occurs w me that, in view of i an. almost insur-

one to let grass grow under his1 terrifies her.

Leueen (her name is

nounced Lou-een- McGraw) is

s: Kaufman. They've writte i mountable prejudice against staging the, same 'sort 'of

some things together, ana ar demonstration at tne Aammistration. euuaing tne senioi

writing more. But she 11 Keep on
acting, although she says acting

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GATUN 2:3ft 7:l
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Tues. "Rebel in Town"

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"Land if The Pharaohs"
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officers of fhese Russian ships should instead be given
free tours otthe Canal Zone and Panama,, '. '-;
The tours would take place in; Red's Cantuta" ;Cab.
There is much about this vehicle to remind them of
home. A ride in the Cantuta is just' like aride in-a
droshkv. with no snow. Just bare runners' among the
potholes. y '
After one serving of this treatment, the Russians
would never care to venture ashore again, fthe awkward
mipst.ion of denvine or not denying them, shore leaye

would be skirted, and diplomatic- notes could therefore
be cut shorter thus leaving the wires free for useful
traffic. -
The project I sketch' d.em'ands some sacrificejujf- the
Canal : ZonB' authorities ; too: -The question of giving Red
a limited Canal Zone licensefor the purpose of frighten frightening
ing frightening off Russians. ; But we must all iriake sacrifices in the
Cold -War. Nothing worthwhile is attained easilyTas my
uncle explained the night while taping another .stick of

dynamite to the lock of the safe.

OI course we nave au Deen nugniy piouu tiu io
week. to see our Panama Canal Company getting itself
into-the diplomatic note busmess.: Previously rriost of the
Panama Canal's, traffic in notes has been undiplomatic?
' 5,Your neighbors in Williamson' Place say you .keep
the fdint awake all night, watching. Please take time to

lower the shades in future,' and stuff like that.
; But now the Canal has got itself mixed up in a real
dinlomatic note. 'instead of an undiplomatic form letter,

and we alfhave a feeling of great accomplishment; -.

Without Infringuig on the. state, JJeparpmenijs ngnt :
of renlv. I'd' like to comment oh a couple of -points' in

which I think the Russian note writers have 'got things

wrong. iit.'S ; f : Sl;y: f..Vv'-".'--'' V H:

- 'For instance, that gripe .aooutncvitussian crewmen'
hkvinsr to' turn in their cameras to the security guard

during the transit. .This is actually a development of the
1955 Remon-Eiseriho'.ver treaty: .With so many people

nnw harred from the clubhouses b'- the' treaty, Com

munity Services director- Wilson R. Crook has iad to -look
around for ways to make up the revenue.
. If he cah stop people taking pictures for themselves
during the Canal transit, and when sightseeing hi gen-

eral. he can sell a lot more postcards in the clubhouses,

and help keep that nickel rup of coffee. ';.-. 5
i understand that next for the camera banJn the

postcard-selling, drive is the Taboga launch. This should

oe expiamea ia me nussians. s ;
v In the matter of hvdrographlc charts, the refusal to

sell to the Russians heading off into the Caribbean, was

annthef blow for world neace. Anyone who has tried to

match, up a chart of the Canal Zone's underground wire wire-communications
communications wire-communications with the. whereabouts of the wires would

be chary of sending a Russian ship out among the cays

witn a cnan oi canai sone origin. -: ' i
. The shiD could well fetch no on-a reef. Khrushchev

would have a couple of drinks too many and say we did v

it on "puToose: mines wouia nave a coupie oi inuuss too
many and sav this was Just another propaganda move 1

in Russia's drive to enslave the Nicobar Islands 'Indo

nesia would climb the Nicobar Islands and phnf t, atom

bombs all over. 1 ' '--

I also consider the Russians to be out of line in com com-ilainlng
ilainlng com-ilainlng about, a police launch following1 them through,
o far as I can see. If any sturdy Russian seaman hears

the siren song of freedom and piles over the sideo ex--change
the rigors of Communism for the blessings of the
American way of life, his experience of this latter com commodity
modity commodity will be a few brief seconds on the police launch
before he is shoved back sodden and a poor insurance
risk aboard the. ship fro:N which he jumped. A
. Under the Canal Zone Code, the words: "I heard on
Radio Free Europe. ." or ""The Voice of America said.
are not a sufficientpassword. ,
And now I must toddle off to ask the spirited skip-
per of the Nicolai Ostrovsky if, on reaching London after
his New Year Canal transit, he really dia buy an extra
set of Caribbean charts andnail it cockily back to th
Canal authorities who had denied him same-'

- PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT this week notes the
;.'. '6474 ,.- -.
dollars the Canal had collected m tolls of Russian
ships this year up to Friday, Gov." William E. Potter, har-?
lng been at pains to accept no flannel kopecks whatso

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: PA-O Dallas. April 14-rSpe-ciaW
The first air service be between
tween between the tJ.S..anl Latin Ameri America
ca America -with the world's newest and
longest-range v commercial-; air
liner, the DC-7CV will inau inaugurated
gurated inaugurated May 16 by Braniftln Braniftln-ternatlonal'Airways.
ternatlonal'Airways. Braniftln-ternatlonal'Airways. the. compa company
ny company announced today. '-
Branift will' initiate service
lth two flights weekly to Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. Peru and Brazil with Its
f'El Dofado.,Vame..chOsen'Ipr
its luxurious version of the DC DC-7C.vwith
7C.vwith DC-7C.vwith a non-stop range or
more than 5000 miles. ;"E1 Dorr
ado'?, is powered withfour en;
gines of the advanced model of
the Wright turbo compound en engine,
gine, engine, yielding a total of 13.600
takeoff horsepower, or 400 great greater
er greater climb horsepower than t the
earlier, turbo ..compound i power
Hants.".
i A combination service will fea feature
ture feature 48 deluxe first class and 14
coach' accommodations to sepa separate
rate separate cabins oa the'350-mile-an-Jbow
planeni lWV4i A-fi! s s-The
The s-The new, flights leave the TT:S.

on Sunday and Thursday for
Panama; Lima, Peru; and Sao
Paulo and .Bio de. Janeiro. Bra Brazil.
zil. Brazil. The overnight schedule de departs
parts departs from New York 1 at. 5:15
p.m.. Washington, at 8:40 p.m.
and Miami at. 11:45 p.m It- ar
rives in Panama iat 3:49 a.m., Li-
ma at 9:28 a.m.,'Sao Paulo at
7:08 p.m and Rio at 8:54 p.m.
Return schedules leave Brazil on
Tiioariaw anH Katnrdav. arrivinK

in the U.S. theTiext ay. V
By aft Interchange agreement
with Eastern Air Lines. through
planes will operate from New
York and .Washington through

the Miamr gateway over uran uran-ifl's'lnternational
ifl's'lnternational uran-ifl's'lnternational routes in Latin-
America.; f v,fj -'"-.ii
: A special feature of the' de-
tWa TYiarma fnrrth new 4TlteT.

national service is Braniff's aft

er dinner eoiaen uonee eerv-

ice." Including a pastry cart of
dessert specialties of ie various

countries. j .. t t-Each
Each t-Each f El Doradow Is equipped

with the RCA ; weather radar

unit, which records weather ano.

provides for terrain mapping by
identifying land and water mas masses
ses masses in the flight path, Passenger
Comfort in flight is increased as
thevradar enables the pilot, to
miii nf tiirhiilpnrp.

The richly furnished interior

of "El Dorado is aesignea m
warm, colors and festive fabrics
l-a motif of the Americas which
they will serve. Cabins are air
conditioned and' pressurized.
The DC-7C has been described
as the "ouietest" passenger plane
in service, This has been achieve
ed bv placement of the engines
farther from the fuselage, re re-duclng
duclng re-duclng noise and -vibration in
the cabln j y i r v
' With": headquarters in Dallas.
Texas?: Braniff, serves 53 cities
inthe U.S. and' eight tatln A A-merican
merican A-merican countries. It also oper operates
ates operates "El Conquistador" ,DC-6
combination flights through the
Houston. Texas; and Miami gate gateways
ways gateways to CubaPanama. Ecuador,
Peru. Bolivia, Paraguay Argen Argentina
tina Argentina and Brazil.

1 I'
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- 4lJ5NDONADril 8 VOur iore-

fathpn wprc mt fools" is the rath'

' er too "frequent shout of a tough

ld customer in our vmage puu.
fAiNearer 80 than' 70, 1iecan argue
Hth .thA best emohasisina ; his

i points with "therattW of his stick
on the saloon, bar floor. iVThe old

folk", he ; says,: '"Knew wnat, mey

, were doing,", feffe
-So often. helisi proved 'right
't.i.. .-.' i tnthe. t h 4

' tatctt Ji4ffelctr'ie iuf t Brit-.

ain's Rysl Navy ,Thy are fit fit-j
j fit-j td, notwith- propUort but th
llagadly old-fhiond paddl
. whacls ueh wf od Br
- Iv a canturv snd half ago.

' I watched the ;- tug -Director
churning up Southamptoa, vWater

at 12 knots; inside tne narDour ene
1 showed ten -time-the maneuv maneuverability1
erability1 maneuverability1 of any propellor-driven
tug, waltzing rgracefully.in, circles
and finally -making a complete
turn in her owli length, better even

than. a London Jaxi-cao. i t,

'Avil'lUTrDECT

U-i". IN AUTOMOBILrSNlH-;,
If sutomobiles xould lemulate
the ,tug' Direetor it i might .cure
some at' least of our road. congea congea-tfon.
tfon. congea-tfon. in the big cities congestion
which waa never foreseen, in 1897,
when Britain's Royal .Automobile
. Club- Was; founded. .; K
Th R.A.C. has 3ust been hon honoured
oured honoured in its-diamond jubilee year
" with a visit by Queen Elizabeth
II to the clubhouse in London's

PaUiMall. 'y'rji-

VvSome of the surviving found found-tr'mimbtri
tr'mimbtri found-tr'mimbtri of thl now nation-
wldo road organization could re-,
'all Royal' intorost In automo automo-bilim
bilim automo-bilim at far back at 1194 whon
the than princo of Walat, lator
King Edward, VII. and the pro pro-ont
ont pro-ont Quoon's graat-grandathar.

r rodo In ono of tho firat now- J

fanglod -horaolott carriagoa to
bo driven on Britain's roads.
.Compared with 'the R.A.C. the
.Automobile; Assciation is an up upstart.
start. upstart. But each year, as a mem member.
ber. member. I look forward o its Spring

time annual report, along with the
unique road, book and guide to

caraees and hotels? -

Founded tn 1905, the A.A. shares
wih the R.A.C an unrivalled pa

trol system over all the mam and

many' secondary roads' in the Un

ited lungdom.
Nowhere i the motorist com com-jiletely
jiletely com-jiletely out of reach of m. friendly
A.A. scout. :. ..('

' Road telephone boxes are now
supplemented by t radio cars as

well as Aid. Posts from, which solo

motorcycle patrols are dispatch dispatched
ed dispatched with' tools and equipment, to

give mechanical' first aid. j
- During 15 the A. expert expert-ment
ment expert-ment wirt Its own light ar-
craft to report local Congestion
. and othor omorgoncioa to radio
arotnd station. i
.We members now number 1,865,
000, the highest figure in, the As As-aocatkw's
aocatkw's As-aocatkw's history.
Tho A.A. eo-operates with ther
motoring organisations throughout
th Commonwealth. Last year, at
the! London headquarters alone,
' more than 33.000 visitors from ov overseas
erseas overseas were given help and ad

. As a motorist I welcome throe rb

jny Jettar box. every EngUsh
Springtime that ether well-stocked
guide the anmjal handbook
to the national .Gardens Scheme.

This is a goldea key to some of

the Mve&ert gardens ia England
and Wales, thrown open to the pub public
lic public i by their owners each summer
to raise fuftdt for augmenting
Burses' pensions.
' Tor a nmrinar sum fie travel-1
Jer is welcomed to a variety of
, earthly. paradises.

tive horticultural : treasure like
Britain's f irs(-ever mulberry ; tree,
to noble estates like the Stourhead
pleasure1 grounds in the English
county of Wiltshire boasting that

their 18th-century landscape- gsM

den is one of the finest in Kurope.
To pick at random, at Holland
Park near the very coro of the
capital, ; climbing and rambler
roses, are proudly displayed by
Adm. Sir Ernest Taylor,, last
year' winner' of the rAH-London

Cup for the best bsek garden, v

'In I contrast 'to: this little 1 patch

we nave iNorm jioae manor nousej
in the country of Cheshire,; Wher

Mr. and- Mrs.: Parkyn give their

guests the. run of wild woodland,

with vmeries, greenhouses, oren oren-id
id oren-id and peach houses, a a- ornamen

tal lake and a model farm with a

herd of the famous "Jersey -cattle.
' Refreshments are included, too.

as at a thousand other gardens-

like; Wembury ;in the coMnty.ofj

yevon, ., wnero sir Henry muo-

home's Demesne contains' 15th

century lortincauons. '-j f v,

In fact. Tiisotry often "steals' the

picture' from horticulture. Take as
examples 17thkentury Squerryes

tCourt,1 Westerhajn,, in the county

of Kent, ; favourite,- haunt of Gen.
James Wolfe, who met a soldier's
death on the Heights of Abraham,

Quebec r Silt wood Castle in the

same? county witn i2tn-eentury
crypt in which King Henry II quar quarrelled
relled quarrelled with Thomas A.4', Beck Beck-et
et Beck-et 80ft'yea'rs igo Mears Ashby

Hall, in ,the cbunty of Northamp-1

tonahu-e, with tts 14th-century fish
ponds stocked with sweet-scented

rushes such as were usea instead
of floor carpets win medieval days.
' Royal gardens, by gracious
permission of Queen Elisabeth
II, are also on view at Sandring Sandring-Kam,
Kam, Sandring-Kam, In the county of Norfolk,
and FrOgmore, near: the 1 I
year-old -Royal castle of Wind-,'
or in thocounty of Berkshire.
This lovely guide, with its many

fine photographs, I recommend to
every visitor to Britain. 1
It caa be had from National
Gardens Scheme headquarters at
57. Lower Belgrave. Street,, Lon

don, S..W1. v
, OLD TIM I DANCING v
Still on the theme of days gone
by. I lunched the other day with

Uhe man mainly responsible for a

great resurgence of Old

Dancing in Britain.
He is brisk 46-year-old. Sydney,
Thompson, once a factory main maintenance
tenance maintenance engineer .who, with hia at attractive
tractive attractive wiie Mary, has organized

clubs all over ther country devoted
to the waltz, barn dances, qua quadrilles,
drilles, quadrilles, lancers and other mea measures
sures measures beloved of our grandparents.
This month they hold their I3th
annual Ballof the Year at the
Empress HaQ, Earls Court, Lon London.
don. London. ... ; "'.' W j -.
"Modern dancing may be all

riehf. said Sydney Thompson.,

But the old style' is snore soct-t

able".

Surely the best proof of this!

friendly spirit is that Britain's Old
Time dancing clubs now have a
following of more than 5,000,000

people. ,:),.-"

Canal Zone Branch
Of professional
Engineers Underway

; Plans for the formation of a

Canafc Zone Society, oi rroies rroies-slonal
slonal rroies-slonal Eneineers will be present

ed, to Registered Professional En Engineers
gineers Engineers Wednesday night fit a
mfipt.ino. to be held in the Board

Room, Of the s A d ministration

Building Iat Balboa Heights.-Tne

meeting win Degin ai iiav p.m
. It Is part of a i-program by
nhich loriit nrofessional entri-

neers are attempting to teU the

public that engineermsr is a wue
profession. Just as medicine and

The new group will not m any
way supplant technical enginew enginew-ixtn
ixtn enginew-ixtn groups, of which several spe specialized
cialized specialized societies have been, -in
existence here for many years.-it

Is to be- a Memher society or wie
Nfttionai 5?ocietv of Professional

Engineers, and Is to be devoted
exclusively to the social, profes-

sional, economic ana i,nici wo wo-jects
jects wo-jects of engineering. v..

" Although, technical competence

Is, or .course, necessary iu cubi cubi-neering,
neering, cubi-neering, members of the steer

ing group lor tne new orgamza orgamza-tinn
tinn orgamza-tinn aiH this week, more than

technical competency is required

of today's "professional engineers.
.They must also, in their own
best interests, be pioneers iived iived-ucatinj?
ucatinj? iived-ucatinj? the public that enginefer enginefer-injf
injf enginefer-injf is a maturing profession, one
vital to the welfare Of a commu community,
nity, community, and to educate that 'com 'community
munity 'community as to what a registered
professional engineer is and does,
the committee spokesman said.
. Prof essionaf engineers who are
registered in the United States,
its territories orpossessirjns, the
District of Colombia or the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone and resristered enirl-

neers-ln-training are eligible for

membership tn the new group,
and are. urged to attendT the
meeting Wednesday night.
" i t -'
Retired US Employes
Misslnp Hail Since j
losing Zone Boxes
' V'-w '; :t ; . .-
.'Retired Canal and armed
services employes' who lost their
Zone marling privileges last Jn-

" nr have been, warned thai

-t,uvlaLzj liAfBOOM A" spacious -and gracious Jul ; xcolv tx -.tion'ioom)
resuitedfrom-the -worlc, done by the non-comm issioned officers of Battery "A". of the 764th
; AAA Battalion.? The se'reeants decided that -with a little .work they could convert their tradi traditional
tional traditional Army bachelor quarters Into a club-like 'atmosphere. Every bedroom-In: this barracks
was remodeled and; refurnished through the work andjsfforts of Battery ."A" .sergeants and
.the ,Battery Commander First Lieutenant Ronald- O. .Smith. Relaxing the newlv remodeled
day room are (left to right) Sgt. Albert Truitt,, SFC Jimmy 'Capshaw-and, MSgt. Julio De
iLJesus. ii ) , .'A,'t -, ' 1

5ergeantSi Use Ingenuity
Jo Improve Drab Bairacks

if. A'..

were then given several" coats of
clear shellac. 1 '
' Next came the turniture. This
was provided by the Army Quar Quartermaster
termaster Quartermaster Corps; i
The net results of the hard
work of the non-commissioned'

officers of Battery ''A'' Is ahar-

room,

racks and recreation

unique in this area with private
rooms for each of the sergeants

i m.. ..i..lmuil ,.ffl vlcthlp t.Vina trlvlnn. t.hnv TOnnrt nn

Cers of Battery "A" of the 764thi effect of expensive paneling aft-1 and an atmosphere which could

Antiaircraft 'Artillery Battalion er it was mstaiiea.- xne wans pe liKenea.io a resorn novci

are now living in modern attrac

tive barracks fit for a king.

Vv Thpso. o-imrdians of the Pana

ma Capal occupy one oi uw
many Jungle gun sites and they
decided even though they;were
i.nlatAit unmflwhnt. frOm CiVillT-

I'zation they could Improve things

on the wnoie oy navmK cvjiU-
table up to date Quarters -recreatlon
facilities. 1

j The first plan on the ser

geants' agenaa ciuiea ior ji;iy ji;iy-elin
elin ji;iy-elin the drab appearance ; or
the barracks. Material to carry
out' the remodeling job was the
flrsfobjedtive. This was solved
.n hv acaulrlng' old packing

and refrigerator "crates w -J-'
Thn crates were' broken down
and hurned slightly wltb a blow
Ibrch io' make -the grain .easily

Sf.Peler's Church, Church,-Benefit
Benefit Church,-Benefit SoclelyHas
301h Anniversary
-'.. 'j. --hiircTi ,..Mutual

penefit Society of La Boca C-
. in .vuiiu it sntn an-

nai Ziuu? win v"a
nlversary ,wlth a short program
and : table d'hote, Sunday. May
19 sUrting. at 3 p.rn t the
Santa- Cruz' Servifie. Center, i,'
K trip .through th Panama
Canal from Balboa and back, to
Oamboa. is planned tor June 2,
v Of ficersf of the ire;K.
Harris, vpresident j C. E, Hay Hay-wood,
wood, Hay-wood, vice-president; A. a. na",

general secretary J-
aseietant secretary; J. "A. Hart

to- the .lecretanes;

via frMlfifcftnt

a V. -piniv f "treasurer : H.- C

Bsyne, W. Myrie; nd E. M, Best,
trustees;- and' James Bascombe,
warden. Lola George, ex -president.
Is ,the -chairman of the spe spe-iiai
iiai spe-iiai offnrta committee, and H. C.

Bayne in addition to his ther

duties is tne secrewtry-oi w
committee also.

WISTCHY STfL$
TM flCTllRf

e Ir

t. tinv

they may be losln valuable mall
h failure to 'attend to stch

matters as signing proper for forwarding
warding forwarding cards or fallinsr to ad ad-correspondents
correspondents ad-correspondents of their new
addres.ev '-. -Charles
de V. Sill has nreed
members of the National Asso Association
ciation Association of Petirert Emnlov In
particular tht hev hould"r hould"r-form
form hould"r-form the KARCE headquarters
In- wsshington of their change
of address U thev wish to con continue
tinue continue to receive the magazine,
apd ether mall matter. :

Postal aomonnes nsv tomto

over sv stack f undeliverable
mzinwi o Pill.
Tnformntlon has also reached

th JRr hidqtiarters that
valuable flrst-clss notices about
Inxuranee and other maters re
beinc returned "unround" be because
cause because many retired neocl neg neglected
lected neglected to stm the pink crds elv elv-lrur
lrur elv-lrur he address where thev now
revive or call for their mail. 1
It ir as explained tht dw1
slVninv 'ard g3rtn thetr
rhnrtf address to tie secT

4wMch tones th pension chec-

did not constitute a cnsne oi
d dress" notice to the postal au au-thorlOea
thorlOea au-thorlOea Everv Individual who loet his
post of fir prtrilees ahcwld fro
at oce to Balboa or Crttoal
and make out a pink f orwwdiic
crd, if be h cot slreadv done
so
nfherwle. first rlUM r"i'l s
n v. ret"rne' t tHe tri
ne r"f inn as Heft no
for-arc.r.g adjress."

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fey, Mary Ruppel, Blanche Schill Schilling,
ing, Schilling, Vada Pence, Hose Cosey, Phil
Euper, Xeonr Faannen, A (nci

iHearon and Henrietta. Shaw.

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latter Mule I
Will Entertain
Caribbean Celleae Club

r Four soloists will present Easter

music at rhe meeting of the Ca

nbbean College Club on Tuesday,

at ?;30 p.m.; at the Red' Cross

rooms in uta trutooai. .

Appearing i on the program will

be Misr Mantsa Tagaropulos and
Mr. iNorman : Slide." two olano

team; Mrs. Burt Walson, soprano;
and Mr. John Jenkins, clarinetist.

f br Calvin BQlman, Director

of Florida State University's edu education
cation education program for the Armed
Forces, will speak on the courses
to be offered on the Isthmus.
Election of. officers: a m n 1-

ments to the constitution and .by

laws; knd reports on the very suc successful
cessful successful Penny Social and Spelling

Bee will highlight the College Club
business meeting. Members have

been asked to bring with them

their copies of the constitution

and bylaws for study of the t pro

posed amendments.

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U.'S: ProppsaL For Atomic Control?
Presented At five-Power Conference?

EASTER SUNRISE REHEARSAL 1A rehearsal of Handel's
"'Since by Man Ca.me Death" Is shown beinir directed bv Mrs.

-George A. Thibodeau, Choral Director of the Union Church,
Balboa, for the Easter Sunrise Services .to be held this year
o nthe beach area adjacent to the Fort Amador Chapel at 6
a.m. Easter mflrning. The chorus consist of over -150 mixed
voices fromeliglous choirs of military and Balboa community
v churches.
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Easter Sunrise Service

Will Be Held At Amador

PAN-AMERICAN PROMOTOR Dr. Jose A. Mora, secretary

-iyimmi th nrdftntint.tnn nf the American States, is a

w Qtauncn supporter of ? an-American; Day whic hla being
rTrr: celebrated throughout the Americas today.
President de la guardia "attends festival
T3ro celebrate pan-american ;
sJ President' of ipanama Ernesto de la Guardia Jr. and Mrs.
Se 1 Guardia attended the Pan-American festival at the
. ronton Club last night. v i ' ' ...
The party was organised by Mrs. Aquilino Boyd, wife
ili"f the Minister of Foreign Affairs, with the assistance of
r the ladies of the Diplomatic Corps and members of the In'
' V ter-Amerlcan Women's Clab..

Lfc.. And Mrs. Stevemon
Announce Birth ef Son ;
-it. and. Mrs. Davis Stevenson
take pleasure in announcing the
birth of their; first child a son,
Davis Rowley Stevenson, April 12

at uorgas Hospital.

Mrs. Stevenson is the former

June Rowley, daughter of Capt

; and Mrs. S. H. Rowley of Los
Iiios. Lt. Stevenson is at present

stationed with the U.S. Army Mis-

. f n in Asuncion, Paraguay, where

i s wile will join mm shortly.

'f .. Paternal grandparents of the b-

nv are Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Steven
i n of Curundu Heights.

T I
WI

)3 Announces

lzt Earnings

4i

The First National City Bank

"tif-.New York announces that

omblAed Net Operating Earn

ings or the Bans and of its
; (filiated City Bank Farmers

Trust Company for the three

bu) n t h s ended March 31

; amounted to $14,089,682 or $1.41

per. share compared with $12.

' 1337,572 or $1.23 per share In the

Maine period of 1956.
1 1 Tho combined- total resources
er: the Bank and Trust Cora Cora-any
any Cora-any as of March 31 were $7, $7,-6U
6U $7,-6U million. This compares with
:r?288' million as of December
1956 'and $6,726 million a
ear ago. The combined deposit
"total was $6,810 million com combated
bated combated with $6,793 million -and
$5.982 million, respectively.

Tne. -.total resources of First

Jfationai City Bank alone were
S7,488 million compared with
rr,427 million as of December
3i.- 1956 and $6,564 million a
rfar ago. Total deposits were
- .$5,692 million compared with
i. 672 million and $5,859 mll mll-HonJrespectlvely.
HonJrespectlvely. mll-HonJrespectlvely. Total capital funds of the
Banr and Trust Company com-
btoed : were $605,586,831 as ol
March 31 or $60.56 per ahare
. .compared with $602,182,963 or
; i $80.22 per share as of December
St. 1956, and $594,13277 a year
;;

Th Johnsons Leave
Fer States Vacation J s
Capt. and Mrs. Howard R. John Johnson
son Johnson of Diablo Heights, their son,
Jim, and Mrs.. Johnson's mother,
Mrs. Bessie Babbidge, leave by
plane this afternoon for a, three
and one-half- month v vacation1 in
New, England'.--j"-; 'vy,,..
The Johnson family will spend
most of their time at their home
in Wareham,; Massachusetts.!'
Baiboa" Woman's Club r?V' V- '.
Holds Crasy Hat W
Contest ;
The reeiiTap mnnthlw. ..'

of the Balboa Woman's Club was
held on Wednendav Anrii m

u., jjiuwu. rouowmg tne-coffee
period a Crazy Hat contest took
place. There were prizes award

ed, first for the prettiest hat whirh

was won by Helen Adler, then the
most original hat. Blanrh shin.

uig ana uie runniest, Edna Plum

. uuicers were elected at the

uusmess meeting mat followed this
contest. Elected for the eomintr

year were: President, Leona Faa-
pimM 1 . in.. i

ioi.- vice-presipenu -Agnes
HSWIHi On A IK

7-'""; vite-p resident,
uaire Irwm; Corresponding secre secretary,
tary, secretary, Martha Hamilton; Assistant
corresponding Secretary, .Role

i-asey; Hecoramg secretary, Ce-

icoie i-oireu Assistant record!

secretary, Mary Worley; treasur-

er, Kae Ebdoo, assistant treasur

er, tana Million; Nominator, Emi
ty Bolton.

Special guests for the evening

will be members ol the Atlantic

Music Club. ;r.

The musical program Will be as

follows: Twd Pianos Maritzo

Tagaropulos and Norman S 1 a d e;

"Sheep May Safely Graze" by

S. Bach; J,vValti" from First Suite

opus 15 by Arensky: "Nocturne

from "A Midsummer' N i g h t's

Dream" by Mendelssohn.

Clarinet. John Jenkins accom

panied by Norman Slade; "Concer

10 in B Flat Major for Clarinet

and Piano" by Mozart.,; rJ
, Soprano t- Mary Watson accom

panied by Mildred Genis: "Ailelu

ia'f from Motet, "Exultate,1 Jubi
late" by Mozart;' 'The Twenty
third Pslam" by Malotte.

Two Pianos Mantza Tagaro

pulos and Norman. Slade; "Doll

Box Revue" by Brown: "Valse"

from A"Facade" by Walton;

Them irom "Fomo and Cir

cumstance" by Elgar.

The Caribbean college Club will

close its fifth year with a lunch

eon on Saturday,-. May 16, at the

Hotel wasnmgton. .- v

(CONTlNtED ON PAGE S)

UlEETISdS

Members and guests nretent

were: reggy rarkar. Teresa I.ur

Ruth Jenkins. Louise Merrhint

Stella NiU, Bea French, Marion
Wagner, Mary .Worley, Wanda
Mann, Ruth Bourgeois, Edna

Plumer, Nancy Warnock, GaUita
Onn, Maude Clinchard, Maria

Days, Cora Welch, Audrey, Kin Kin-caid,
caid, Kin-caid, Rae' Ebdon, Jeannette Mc-
Kihhnn .Hirnril ll.-n TK

Joustra, Joan Belderi. Molly Ed Ed-mondson,
mondson, Ed-mondson, Martha Hamiltdn, : o
Hughes, Catherine Pearl. Marie

wetzel, Celeste PoweH, Edith
Brown, Helen Adler, Evelyn de
Castro, Amelie de Castro, Hilder Hilder-garde
garde Hilder-garde Epperson, Kay Daniels,
Claire Irwin, Helen Quinlan, Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Johnston. Lee Ottenburg.

Helen Wentworth, Azzie Holger Holger-son,
son, Holger-son, Estelle Lusky, Ruth Bath-

mann, Ruth Kongable, Florence

lach for laslunoa in this
coiuma afcouM tubnittaa' iat
ty'oe-writtta form t4 BMilod oo
the bos stumbor KttU daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social tni Other is," dlivar4
V tu4 to tkO oHice. NotieM t
mootiaao caimot be Mceetod by
-..telesilMaevI
PanamaFoderafiiMi

r CbrsHn, .'t

Service

The 86th semi-annual meeting

of. the Panama Federation For

Christian Service will be held on

Thursday at Seawall Mission be

ginning at 8:30 a.m. A light break breakfast
fast breakfast will be served at '8:30 follow

ed by a. tour through the mission.

Services open at 9 a.m.
Mrs. Arthur J. O'Leary will pro

vide the music. Mrs. Helree Smith
will beesoloist.

Highlights and activities of

churches and organ

given by representatives of their
organization. Transportation will
be furnished to and from trains.

Parking space at the mission will

be available.

' A T5 cent arroz-con-pollo lunch

eon will be served in ample time

for those wishing to return on the

noon train.

Those wishing ot remain for

luncheon are asked to call 'the

resident of their church auxiliary

or reservations.

Three Vf the world's most
beautiful religious anthems will
per featured Easter morntaft d'ur d'ur-ina!
ina! d'ur-ina! tne. .Sunrise Services, to be
held at 6 a.m. on the Amador
beach; The services are jointlv
sponsored by V. S. military Prot Protestant
estant Protestant chaplains In the Canal
Zone.
Handel's "Since by Man Came
Death", will be directed by Mrs.

George Thibodeau, Director of

the union Church Choir J Bal Balboa:
boa: Balboa: Commander Fordham, D

Tabor of the 15th Naval District

will direct "Gloria In Excelsis" by

Mozart: and. the "Halleluiah"

chorus from Handel's "Messian

directed by Pfc Louis L. Sher-

vaivi tttm ta ha sitiri( hv. fl nftYY1

blned chorus composed of over
150 mixed voices from military
and Balboa community church
choirs, commander Tabor has

been appointed the overall mu music
sic music coordinator for the program.

Miss Emily Butcher, Musical Di

rector of the canal Zone Local
Rate School System has assisted

t j i.r

with the musical program during!
till rahAAKenl 1 .. ? . .. i -i I

The accompanist for the three

anthems will be Dr.- Hans Jano

witz; professor: at the National

Institute "Of Music of Panama

The combined, U.S. Army and

Air Force' Bands' will w perform

tne ; "premaeT!: and '"Postiude"

music' under: the direction of

CWO Ernest K, Hoch, Director

of the 79th .Army Band. j;

Chaplain (Colonel) Robert P.

Taylor, Chaplain of the Air Uni University
versity University in Alabama will speak on
"The Christ of the Empty
T6mb.m--m- '
The Fort Amador Service Club
will operate a 'Child's nursery
commencing- at 8:30 sun. Easter
morning for parents desiring this
service.? A competent ; staff in include
clude include a trained nurse will super supervise
vise supervise the nursery.; ?
Thr Officers' and NCO Clubs

at Fort Amador will serve break
fast immediately after the- serv

LONDON, April 13 (UP) The
tmted 1 Statss .called on Russia
aad tne other niair atatnic pow

ers today, to :ti)p productiCU ofi

nuclear material for weapons una

channel it instead into peacetime

iHits under, a eoatrel, system to be

devised bv wuntistr

, The Soviet agreed ta study the
proposal. ai sxt '"sion of the

American ntoms-for-peace plan

- US. Delegate Harold Siuscn

oresented the- detail.) -to represen

tatives of Russia. Britain France

and Canada at the live -Power

j'lsarniaineui sujcjiiihhot vu

ference in Lancaster! House here,

The United States plan would
establish a conference of atomic
scientists from fhe five powers
next Sept: 1 to work out an inter
national control systeta for pitting
all- nuclear production -...to peace peacetime
time peacetime uses Sources aaid the; dead

line for achieving the system was

next spring. '

The sources said tne jioviec eiei'

egate, ? Deputy Foreign Minister

Armv Enfertainers Present

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'El Sfork Club de Panama

The.Fort Davis Service Club En

listed. Wen's Advisory Council last
Sunday produced for the enjoy-.

m,ent of a large.of audience of

servicemen-, .and their- dependents

a musicar variety show whicn they

called 'El' Stork Club de Panama"

The -show: which was emceed by

So3 Dave-Block, featured tne, tai

ents of the following enlisted n en

who were entfants In- the recent
All-Army -; Entertainment Contest;,
vocalist,. Pfc Edmund Drake, who
sang1 "Pretend' "But Beautifui'

and "Easv to uvt accorapanien

by pianist Sp3 Dan Carroll or tne
80th Army Band: Pfc Bennie Hat

cher, Western and HiDbilly Singer
. t u .t...l

and lnsirumemausi wn
the. guitar and sang, "That's All
Right. Momma". "I Want To Play

House With You", and "I'll Nov

er Let You Go". Sp3 Dan Carroll
rendered a piano solo, entitled

Tea For Two", followed by "The

Blue Cats'', who played, among

other selections, "The Blue Cats'

Rock ; which was compose!. By

Sp3 Wilfred D. Meex, one 01 tne
group. The other members of the
srouo are Sd3 Kenneth Green and

Sp3 Dale -Reiling, and Vfc John

ny Miller. Tney aiso piayea in

TheIood"? ''Monkey TJiisihess",
add .several other seletion. Jn
their inimitable fashion1. xf?J ;
,The council ako presented '"" as
guest artists Ithe dancing McLVan
Sisters,. two small girls from Co Colon
lon Colon who are rock "nVroll dancers,
and the "Bat"; Gordon combo.
Gordon's five-man group played
music to suit- every mood and
taste as he played jazz,- progres progressive
sive progressive Jazz, rock 'n' roll nd "mood"
m'uic, Immediately following- the
show refreshments' were served to
the appreciative audience.,
' The Fort Davis Service Club,
where the show was held, was
decorated for the occasion with a

large stork as the. center of the

decorating theme.

A $5 door prize was won by SpS

Eu:l Holman,

The Fort Davis Enlisted Men's

Advisory Council is composed of

the following men: Sfc. Winkler,

"B" Btry.N 564tb AAA Bn., Sst
Link. "A" Btry 764th AAA Bn.

Spz Trump, "I" Co. 20th inf.

Begt- Sp3 Holmberg, Hq Btry

764th AAA Bn.;,Sp3 A, J.. Smith,

L Co. 20th Inf. Regt., and Vt

Hickman, M" Co. 20th Inf. Rcgt

i

1 1 -" Tftinmii h ) 11

Valerian Zoruv raise J -no objec objections
tions objections s. to the plan whan he ad addressed
dressed addressed the meeting after Stassen
had finished..
' Zonn said merely that Rut;ia
would take the proposal under

siuay just as lt agread to study

stassen s proposal earlier' this

weeK tor a total reduction of 21

per cent in the non-atomic rnn.

ventional. arms oft the major pow-

er uuaer imernational control.

. The ..atoms-for-nKiM-e nrnnneal

has been the key ro nt of Ameri

can oisarmament p one y since

19tf5. But the orbnosa's frtr a Iprh-

nicians conference on howv to in-

suiuif. controls ana tne timetaole
for carrying out ihe plan were

new.

iniormea . conterenre 1 ; oiire(k

said Stassen prtnose d: th.it

March 1,- or as soon Iherexfter as
possible, be set as a deadline for

installing an internaticnal inspec inspection
tion inspection system.,

The end of. bomb production hv

the United Sintes. Russia and

Britain the. only countries sow

possessing and mHmg ; nuclear

weapons so far; as is known

i I r It 1 I

POPULAR -r Italian mo via
queen Gina Lollobrigida proud- f
ly .holds, the ."Bambi" awarded
to her. by German film ians at.
Karlsruhe, Germany.. Tbey-
voted hex. .the "best-liked for.r,'

eign aeuess," ; ..:. v ..-:

would lollow one m6nCk aflet ih4
inspection system was completed.
Stassen, speaking for more than
an hour behind closed doors, as -reported
to h a v e offered theso
five reasons for proposing a nevy
approach to the nuclear disarma

ment proDiem: -;
. ( "t
"It would stop the production of
atomic materials for weapons. -'
It would establish international
supervision of all nuclear mnteri
als being produced.
It would assure that future, nib
clear production would he geared
only to peaceful pursuits. ?
It would pave the vay far trans r
fer of existing stockpiles of nu.

Lclear weapons ,to non military upK

it would Keep ot her nations
from becoming military ,. atDmijs

powers. . r .
Sources said the proposed scien
tific conference woiild include mil
itary and industaal experts,
Their-job wo'Jd be to approach
the inspection problem from 'a
scientific vieWooint isolated from
politics, although the participatms
governments would make the final
decisions. t .'.,,'

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IS BACK AGAIN!

11:30 ajn. to 3:30 p.m.

tfjk - .1 k i 1 t : -, j,.;
if 1 1 i In the air-conditioned r
r ; BALBOA ROOM

T STJNDAY LATE( RISERS V,:'".

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breakfast 'a'nd Wch.'

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Choice of complimentary 'cocktail

v Music by Fzankie Asearraga and his Trlo
' All Jor only I2.2J r.CrV

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CAROL GREAVES n t
plays the' piano tonight

.. in the Balboa Bar, 10' to

2 am.
- , ,v i I

. Wee and

also on Tues., 1 1 n ? f
indThtrs. 'VI -Ci.S v i t;

A Jtirkcby Hotl

Hostesses for the occasion win

bo members of the Gambia Union

Russian Threatens ; Iceland;

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LONDON. April 12 (UP. 1

Russia warned Iceland today to

oust ; American troops from the
island or face a "crushing blow"
in event of war. -The
new warning was consid considered
ered considered potentially the most danger

ous in a aeries 01 Diusiering

Rimian threats against Amen

ca's allies in the North Atlantic

Treaty Organization.

Similar warnings in the past

two weeia veen uuw i

nnmrk. Norwav. west tier

many, Turkey, Britain," Holland
and Greece all of .which make

atomic weapons. v ..
k Creahin BUnrr

Tlusaia .will be- compelled to

strike a crushing blow at the

aggressors, wherever they are,
lloacow radio a a id today.

la Reyjavik, Icelandic Premier
Hermann Jonasson told Parlia-

, ment today be had received -no

omciai eommunicauon iroiu we

Soviet government .warning Ice Iceland
land Iceland to eject American troops. ;
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We aaid anv'officisl communi

cation from the Soviet Union, if.

received, would be published,, but
added be could cot commit the
government to consult opposition
parties m aniwenrg It.
' Communists in Iceland almost

sueeeeded last year in fereingl

witnarawai of Amenean Birmea the came
aid ground troops ao maintain agreement.

NATO's northernmost a t l a n 1 1 c
bases.-.. -- ..: .... 1

Qupttd Newspaper'

Moscow radio j quoted the Soviet

petense Ministry daily newspaper
"Krasnava Zvezda" as saying,
"the withdrawal of the American

troops from Iceland is the only

way to ensure ner security."
''.Those .who cannot of do not
want to understand this and c'ose
their eves, to the American plans
for using Iceland as a soring soring-board
board soring-board for attacking the Soviet
Union are in for a tragic
mistake," the broadcast said. :

"It is common knowlediA that

tne Noviet union does not intend
to attack anyone, but will be
compelled to strike a" crush'"g

blow at the aegressor and his

bases," ft added.

During a government crisis ear

ly last year, Iceland's P-liamert

adopted a resolution calling for

withdrawal ef all foreign troop

from Ireland and a revision rf

the 1951 defense agreement with
the United States.,

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However, the government' 9 9-nonnced
nonnced 9-nonnced in December it had
withdrawn Hs rqoeat. Kn ex exchange
change exchange of notes wth the United
SUtes strovidtd for atstitmiBt

American troops on the island en

.basis t as the 195;

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aUWfk Ums kia hud eff. kt fal f fm aad vMaUly la kst
kt tmrnmit. I' tnn U'a LACTOGEN fcaay. ; ;
LaCTOCEN STTijet, j fri BT mmtOy diswt f hriUn
tal tleaati iMHNiy aatiafy lk l ka fart grvi 1
froM aad Loijt t4 auk smJ dcaa pt mm4 tcMki firm,
tnki kwcle; vaial awrvwt e stapay df nitna aad a reci riftnm

f- t f v'.

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UCTOCEN m, teak. falVtMaaa saisk SMiifM -fteUBj tar
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-f rj&lAT. XtXTL It. 1957

THE SUM) AY AMERICA

fags rm

Social and Gtki

....

Winner Of Atlantic ,
Brief a Tevmament
J iV-winners of, the regolar
rKg games played,on Thursday
evenings attfce Margarita -Club-Meiis
were as follows; North and
$outhViirst, Mr.,Julius Loeb, with
Mt? Willy Gibson;' second, ,Mrs.
- Stanley -rut with Mrs. G. Bou Bou-WumetEast
WumetEast Bou-WumetEast and West, first Mrs.
ayden Jones with Mrs. Julius
teb and second, Mrs. S. D. Ay Ay-.
. Ay-. ek wijh Mr- Agusto ,Kanw i
lewer Arrant emar Class"
leas' ixhiWt Of Work
, t A class in flower rrangement
will meet at, the Balboa YMCA-

Morgan will instruct atudents in
Ik. ort-' .. malrin rorsaSes at

Sis session. Students are reuqest reuqest-ed.le
ed.le reuqest-ed.le bring' ribbon land.1 s o.m e
fresh flowers to class.
r.ii'Ut 4kl. muiint nlans will be

iertected. for the exhibit to be

held en April mct
Smaller than usual class flower
;.Ii..vi. f hut each

atudent.will place thiee entries on

' dSblblt, prizes Will oe ; wiu"
' i ..a.iiA.tu 0fvn in. these

reempletint the course. Mrs. Louise

Harris win hi ui ...

riiMt, which,, will be open to' the

erwide,

(jontinuiJ

Cr4 Croon ; t
Meets At Amador
rv. Hrn in M TM BalDOl

Woman's Club meet on Thursday,
April U, at the Fort Amador Of Officers
ficers Officers Open Mess Dessert W a a

mL .ific'sa 3wire' Co JoUStrS,

t MrKihhnn- and M a r y

Trent Those attending were: Dot

AUen, Annie

r:. w.. "rtip. Libbv Lacy.

Gtoria Browne, Teresa Luce, Carrie

r a i KianrnM nmiiiiiK.

ongabie, Ruth Jen k i n Mrs,

Smouse, Maja Jiomens,
Horn, Marion Wilcox, Edith Brown,

Marie wetzei.wu,

joustra. reKKy jrici,
mann, Jeannette McKibbon, Claire

Irwin, Mary uenw ? iui uvt

per, t Helen Aaier, ", v,i

Mrs. hikiu ,j
The next meeting of the u a r a

Group will toe on Apni
Cellsthenlc at Y
C Uluu

o : .nH i.ivilin- wives are

tft narticioate in a program

of light calistnenic

DmU ml iu ------
The group meets on Tuesday ana
t :30 a.m.

in, the YMCA gymnasium. For

more lmormauon cu
at Balboa 1M9.

Prntflntina for Our Children t

k By Hoy Anderson, Managing Editor, "The AdToeaae"

jJS (Embassy Denies Hand
Iri FalP Of Jordan Govt.

hi. denial rtamt' as thousands
lei Jordanian youths j demonstrat demonstrat-iag
iag demonstrat-iag against the. Eisenhower doc doc-""marched
""marched doc-""marched 'down 'the mm
.atreeta this capital.. ...
vi Jordan's cab net' crisis was still
iareslv" dFormer defense Mims Mims-tar!Abdu
tar!Abdu Mims-tar!Abdu HaUm Wimr' was still
&g to f co.Ut.oh Govern-
a' BS Embassy spokesman
' 't,?d'Seerfai pe?nMJd
publicly -and privately
&,ric.ans"wre responsible for the

,THhy tegincallyde.

Inies and deplores the : fact' t'h a t

these allegations n y r
made he spokesman aid.

iie SB1Q nemier ie jtiiuj
Ambassador Sanies Mallor had
.-k;na 4A.::in!vitli : the resiena-

tion or dismissal of Premier Su Suleiman
leiman Suleiman Nabulsi. : v

There were no reports wi
lence but the marchers Shouted
"down with the- Eisenhower plan".
The demonstration took- place
Mimr anil rpsiened Premier

W1111C J,1W p
r,. ..:. ci MoKiiki went meet-

ling with the high command of

their JNauonai oufiauov ...

an atiem pi ",v
"if.vaTwnsidered highly likely

Nin would demand a compieieiy

- and in forming a cauiuei.

He .as expected to repon o
success or failure to King Hussein

later in the day.

Miiitaffi Brass Uncle? Fire

F&sW'e: of Facilities

jf ... r i -Si-Nfupxi; abandant military' t)aes tor the
:!A$HINGTOW, AprU- d conleJence,. the site selected wM
'ttfi; : Arm-'abniptlr',BC"1: i.rt.i, in th. remote Brooke

Irf Armr -vabruptlr smen Agk Lake m the remote Brook.
3fot9 T f Slw show Range, an area knowi for it.
v f.1??? hirW for' a muitary buw caribou bunJ-

r-Ti. f the Keniuvv --r .

lerbyi-. i. wuhur M. oPff-'K -. Ss. J w

unit ueui lauivf

were Among ice

, jet bomber waa kept aloft -oyer

J Army-. ri crttcbed the n-H? -rucker
- i.,cJ. Ft Pattiidge
S-"iP kne ttt-t .serious, p"' i,ft.

Zc kaW .I, Lrsel Hart ,lso' charged : that r B4t
fr v with J ut Mrs . uw. tr-nt lft ovtr

lt--liOlliwyW. 'z.sbA'riMnt the liunUng sit to raWy byradlo
"ly "ed th'. latest information from the
!J7uet"n9riepJ RPblic.n -d Democrat ic

tp-invoivuraj . .-. inauonai cuuveuuuw i
w Alt Force olticr... prorressc r -"r.. 'A

:"'fa5tar'HaH fnttr,V that "K d the ArcUc Aromtdicai
i'mplW w 1,,Sf',',iySr t.Kab"tory where" he us em-i

4r,Air- tow; m-.- -VhiiYukon om .,;." i

f f;?K ,ho pre- Prcp ..7,ym V'" r

.V WiiT iww cohter. -Jjy -omhcjni l)ac tt

ThC df '.Vnale that Twining had kiUad two hheep
letter toChiirman la v limit is one." He

said an-ot tne game we mawcu
by nilitary aircraft, and nX
' m!Ltry personnel and equip equipment
ment equipment were employed to prcparug

CommittM. JEngte ollod the

tharR

t

jarpr- very "."" '.h mJUUry .peraonnei

Twining, "- 7i Viintl,n'n wert eni
,uran-dsiIAat .'Ot .yS-"nMhi. ilrini-i'

" ... j:j .ham ft rnn-l 1

i.;a .villi au ai.wiw

fe.eefc-in Alaska IMU "u
IT J hunU1l2. But D Oe-

SiATk.vvlated.ao iawi per-

tiainC-t the asf of goyerement
Jiuhiiwt r hy M
It wl dUdosed tw -tfayri fgo
hL Biucker had invited elec elected
ted elected group- f wlwmcB to
tVs. denwnstrauoa at Fu Knot
ofcei 'them free trP trP-titioti.
titioti. trP-titioti. lodging and mcais and ar ar-riegtj
riegtj ar-riegtj special return trosporta trosporta-"enr
"enr trosporta-"enr tiose who wtated is atay
a round for th runnng til, nc
terby May
, J ruck denied it amounted to
i tri t the Derby at taxpayer
ypelser -bW 'a number M n n-eiesaraea
eiesaraea n-eiesaraea ehose t view It that
waTl. the' face ef mounting
roteauae caUed the .whole thing
ft -i i - :
vOne the pretest came from
aairman George H. Mahon (D (D-Tax:
Tax: (D-Tax: of the; house Military Ap Ap-iroprlattoM
iroprlattoM Ap-iroprlattoM mbeommlttee.- He
aid the Army bad jockeyed Itself

tnio a po4uUan wtMtre u nusH u-

udget cuU

- kliillt Villi

The charfH invulviag ait
farce kunUng trip came to tisbt
ae day- after Dm Hjou had
paurt a VOl -by Eogje-alun lor
ra"tringent restrlcuoni on mil-
ftary t-huaUng end aiding
fmervet.: .-. '-
. Xal said he would not draw
aay tenclusioa from Hart's leUer
wal the Air Force had an oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity le answer the char..
Twiniag Vai(f there would be a

Hart, told Engle he retigaed hitJi

Air rorce joa -in pr.TteM amamn
After! AiaTBrA kT AlaskmS

fsourfi by-cerU,e higa rmkinf

Air- r ore otneen
flr sakl the alrme tailored
in Alaska in mid-Awt last year
tnr Ail nrfrfutf nt

p;Ba;r.g the fmure status M thef

Aaikaa Air crctnaria wua ; we
Ceunettal. Air ConrruiMi"
rti t 'i iff ti

rnm.n THERE BEr t atrons

connection between our juvenile
crime rate and the brand of
television ahowa and comic booka
our youngster, nre fed?".
i This question bothers many
thinking parents. The .hock .hocking
ing .hocking pictures glaring from the
"horror" comics on the newa-atands,-
nd -the brutal crime
shows, ahd suggestive plays or
television offer a, dangerous

ttereaa to Jfce minds 6f Oar youth

Of COURSE
thee media nre
not totally eviL
3n fact, they can
be means of
education and
aolia. 5 entertain,
nvsnt. -The pic pictures.
tures. pictures. rnJk comic
book tan convey
l tilAa; better

than thousand Anderson
words. TV, bringing the top
entertainers into the home,- can
be a source of family unity.
" Good television ahowa and
ramie books are helDful to our

children. But someone must take

the responsibility of Insuring tn
vonnestera' of onlr the best in

readme: and viewing.- Who will

do this? i'.
: vrnNRKEKSiONAl. lnveatlM

tlonsLand local crusades, bring
.. L. A . A .. u 1.11

t.ni nrooietn oeiore uii duuiiv

eye. Jnvmly ways they help
the mirtn ta in their lob. of uld-

lnc thei children. 3ut they

AAA timriA Trtrtfa y

' rMnnnsiblUtV and the

problem1, belongs primarily in
the horn and to the hands of

..J

the parentis. J arenU cannot

n tnpir nimu nr il. iot uib

obligation will not wash oft' It

u nfKtetvett-trmt' tot wnicn

they will one day nave to answer.

BUT WHAT can parents aor
una tVilnor thw run ihnv!

their disapproval of bad TV and1

comics. : Television sponsors are
interested iln profit and do not,

want to antagonize ineir aua.

lencei If cnougn compiainw re

sent lrr about any .program, i
before long that show will be off s
the air. Agaln,1f the local store -sells
lewd tomics, a word to the
proprietor and .a- refusal -)t

trade ,wiia mm roniw. u
.trick,

.ANOTHER THING parents cmn

do Ui exercise their authority
in the home. .We tend to forget
that this; authority -extends to
tv,m nii.fiiat well" .na the

physical welfare of the children.
Often parent, will go to great
expense to protect the health of

their youngsters, ana pay
heed 'to what goes Into their

minds. '
1 It Is good for parents to look,
after the health or their chUd-.
ren. But their obligation does

not end there. In the light of
eternity, physical harm la temp temporary;
orary; temporary; t moral Injury may be

everiasung.
THE PROBLEM of bad eomlot
and bad television' shows ta a
ertoua one. What's. more, it la
a probleaa that can be faced
and Solved only In the home.
It Is up to the parents to super
vise .the programs their children
vtewnd the books they, read
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Russian Thirst
For U.S. Pops

GOLDEN DUCATrThr;West
German government has jus
Issued this commemorative gold
ducat to mark the reunion oi
the Saarland With the federal
republic. The' obverse sld
Shows the German-eagle, witli
the Saarland coat of arms ii
the center. The reverse sid
features the coats of arms of
West Germany's eleven stages
At center appears the inscrlp-tion:-
"Return of the Saar. 1
,anuary,.1957.".'

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KEW Y0RK4(NEA)-- What's
. i ...... .niiinp .miifif. tn

Moscow? IrviHK.it.. Levine, NBC s.
correspondent tn the Russian
capital. Is bapk for a vacation
and. brought along some stories
about .Moscow music makers.
. He" went, -to Moscow's first
v.nhfwiK ctnfi the revolution'

he say .the de-StallnizaUon
proces brought v about n'tfome

toleiance .ior uno wia.'i.. wia.'i..-mazed
mazed wia.'i..-mazed as-the band and voealUts
plaved "0 the Isje of Xaftrl"
and "Johnny. Is-the Boy For Me"

suns: In Ennllsh. rne tCiud,
called the Novly Yar. folded af

ter two months. t ';,
Records' are hard to 'come by
In : JSussla; vT hey i are sold
thfouRh government storeq and
th ppftinn in extremelv lim

ited. This has led to the devel development
opment development of rackets. One such was
the black-marketing of records

cut on X-ray film by an enter enterprising;
prising; enterprising; technician. He was
cauKht and exposed:
Many Soviet citizens prefer
tape machines Jaza lovers, ea ea-oeclallv.
oeclallv. ea-oeclallv. tape-record music from
the Voice of America's music
shows none of the Voice's Ena
liaH-ianariiaM nrnffra.mil are lam

med, so they are available for
home recordings. These bring

high orices if the recorder cares
to cell.;'-i
Levlne' savs the thirst for
Western-, music 'Is tremendous.

p- '"ii"

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Irving" R. Levine 'Enid MoV
HI i ..i. ll

stuff equally well, which la pre

cisely wny snen welcome tne

ena 01 tne calypso iaa

Now, when she's booked on TV
or. in clubs, the manaxer and
producers won't let her sing
anything but catyoso. This does doesn't
n't doesn't sit too well with her or

with others 4n her spot be because
cause because she hopes .to make a good
liyine singing long after the

banana boat has sunk, and
doecn't want to be typed.

On her relatively new album,
"Hi-Fi Calypso. Etc.," on Colum-
hi a fiho cVlAUra Via VAKnnfUtHr

r-v u vrnai sitt v v 1 on W41 itjr t
sinsinK a wide range of mate

rial. Ana tnat s wnat sne wants
to do. She does, of course, love
Cfllvnsn shn lenrnerf "her f(rt.

calypso from, her mother, an

Antigua .native.,

"Some Deople think of calvp-

. u. ...... h..mu r, jui.iu oav,,. x
always think of them In terms
tit Vinrvinr . offtlvtrv nirtiiMil miUU

friends and singing different
IMMM ...1.1

But

more-

(PA-C)J-Top Washington diplomatic society turneu uuj wi i r-' VftrTor V- fhar
vprsaf-toternationars "Battle Hymn," at a cocktail- reception given. In K?0 .i
Korean Embassy in conjunction with the opening. ol tha film the ? g
States Shown here, from left to' right, are Dr, Yang; Ambassador of Korea, amc
leda Morales, Ambassador of Honduras. Rock Hudson. Mrs. Hudson, Madam Y9Jte and; M m
Morales. . ; ',' ' -''r Zj

Before the Hungarian' revolt.
tVmaai Tiro a a. efnn

of Western artists appearing to

sell-out audiences. Jbateiy. uow
-this. Wan vlrt.iittlfV otODfied.

Just" one Westerner -J-a French

singer nas come: ucujus w
hl Derformancea were a black

market item, -.

"At the moment." tevine savs,
a Rnv scout trooo singing off-

key would be a sell-out."

An interesting album project
halnir wnrlreri i tin bV VOUntf

singer Florence Michaels. She's

a former teacner, witn a aegree
in history. She's currently plan planning
ning planning an album on music in his history,
tory, history, with several record com companies
panies companies Interested In issuing it.

m
"IH be glad when this calyp calypso
so calypso craze Is over."
. That statement, oddly, comes
from one of the best calyoao
singers around Enid Mosier.

if; isn't so funny any

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isy
SCaw

BHiaikji Bawaaaaaaat

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NO B10O (YET) VKeie'i.'
txen a lot of talk about po-
Bible biography of Clak.Gbje.!
but "The King" isn't writing
nr even talking much ateit
his 2 J-yer on and oT -.ugc
career. "Aftd I suspect I never
will he says. Maybe 'some
publisher will yet trade him a
cowple of uranium mines far the

story ana get a bargain.

i. try

' Th ffnrg fSot cauui most
peoo'e to krjt th bokxx la
their CrcXbook. sau

Two Pictures Suitable For Holy
Week on Thursday al the Bella Visla:
Smiley And The Jong 01 Bernadelle

The BetU VbHa Theatre litre yws a wenderfal denbks denbks-pratram
pratram denbks-pratram that eomblneg tendemew, pathoa, aweetneas. in-
.. i mmiikT" a hrartful of mischief.

( wender and fan, that brings yon the happiest time
iit nr RrRVADFTTF. with Jen-

nifer Joatea, a tewertng aehiewnent In acreen history. a

drB u nt jnoerianainf.
Ta ImkH the eternal trath, the final fulfillment at every-

t&JBg are er rrer nope oe.

t f.rf iu thta nnhllt SliMi-Brarram snit-

abie for nty Week, which starts Tbnrsday at yenr

BEIXA VISTA Theatre.

DICK'S' '.PICK: That man's
here again Elvis Presley new-

u ... U1IUVB UJ
Others: "Sold To the Man With
a Broken Heart" (Tony Bennett.
nnh.Ml.li. 1 hliv . ......

Boo (Robert Mltchum, Capitol);
"After School". (Joy Layne. Mer Mercury)
cury) Mercury) : "The Bottle Imp" (Gebf (Gebf-frey
frey (Gebf-frey Holder. Vlk); "Love Is a
Golden' Ring" (Frankl Tjiln

Columbia): "Jamie Boy" (Kay

oiair. Kiyi "Mlnrir Hrnnm nr

Blue Eye," (The Jaye Sisters.
Decca): "Calypso Melody" (Da (David
vid (David Rose. MOM); "The Glory of

M.ve", (sanford Clark, Dot).
Recent good releases featuring
ChnriiAP fint iin.&l

" wwu AlVUld
RAW. T. 1 . ..

ouiucuuiik new ana very nsten-

Van Home's Swing Cholj doing
"Swlngln Slngln' on RflA: th

very expert Ray Charles Singers
t.iirTi tHalf nrno 1 V Vitva TAmnoJ

France in "Sing a Song of Parlq"

muir; tne eaoers are one or
the better new groups and they
prove it on "Ridin" High With

the Sabers (RCA):" another

worthy group is the Hi-Los. at
their hps In "Rnililpnrif-Tt'a ti

Hl-Los" (Columbia): still anoth

er. -is. the Lancers, who do a fine

joo singing uixieiana on. "Tne
Dfxleland Ball" (Coral),

cues Helfetz. on RCA. plays
three delightful aelectlrmh. in

cluding1 iCastelnuavo-TWesco'a
"The Lark:" Kogan.- an Angel,
plavs Brahms Violin Concerto In
D-Major, with Bruck and the
Paris Conservatoire Orchestra:

vaiui, uii nic riuia. iu
Interesting, modern selections,
including Hindemlth'a "MueiC of
Mourning" on MOM.

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Favorite To Cop $3000 Added
Annual National Guard Race

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Seven well-trained imported thoroughbreds will

oppose the brilhant English-bred four year old colt
Chiroke this afternoon in the annual running of the
$3000 added one mile and one-quarter National
Guard Classic (Clasico Guardia National) at the
President Remon racetrack.

Tht superbly conditioned anl

- : mals scheduled to go against the
handsome chestnut son of King-stone-Alpine
Vista are Pappa
Flynn,- Surumeno, Melendez, Po-

sibtemente, Double Four and tne
Xlossadeq-Plateado entry.
I "Melendez is expected to go of
the second choice in the betting
: chdf will most likely give Chiroke
a'stlit battle for the winner's
hre of the purse this after after-jioaa)
jioaa) after-jioaa) Alejandro Ycaza will guide
$JlS0 Virginia de la Guardia's
, -coal black Chilean-bred star.
'in his last outing, Melendex

was a come-from-behind win winner
ner winner with Ycaza up. Previous ta
thaf, with Bias Aguirra in the
laddie, Melendez wound up a
- late finishing third in the
'' Francisco Arias Paredes Clas Clas--
- Clas-- ClOTrhich was won by Chiroke.

Aguirre will have the leg up on
. tile veteran Pappa Flynn. The

latter is apparently not in his
v ' tisfc form and, even worse, has
iecently developed a tendency to
get ml' Int. On paper, Pappa
j F)yn doesn't figure to be a dan dan-k
k dan-k f$rous contender.
JSurumeno, winner of six of
- his last seven starts, also shapes
' up a possible upsetter. The only
" defeats suffered b Surumeno
sinche rounded inta winning
shapw was at the hands of Chl-
fokei the tme mile and a quer quer-."
." quer-." ter Carnival Classic in' which the
lormer wound up a strong fln fln-fchln
fchln fln-fchln second.

' -Chiroke Handlers nope w aaa
. tBls classic to his already im impressive
pressive impressive victories in the Carnival
- and panche: Arias classics. !; .
f The MossadeoPlateado -n-,try
Is sure to bo well-backed in
the mutuels if only bocaqse
I hey are trained by the loqua
eious Lula H. Farruria. Mossa Mossa-jdrq
jdrq Mossa-jdrq la an old hand at this typo
' distance and canto be;, 'over-
v., -V- V

looked but Plateado appears to
bo outclassed.
Posiblemente, reportedly the
most expensive thoroughbred
now campaigning at the Juan
Diaz oval, showed nothing in his
debut' He lost ignominiously to
Concrete Pipe, which is nothing
more than a fair sprinter at
best.

However, because of' his high

rating in his native Chile, Posl

blemente which gets in under
the light weight assignment of
107 pounds because he Is the

youngest horse in the race-

must not be overlooked. Crlstian

Rebolledo will ride the Haras
Carinthia hope.
Last but not least is the classy
sprinter Double Four. This
speedy grey horse will attempt
to carry his great speed over the
ten lurlong route. Braullo Bae Bae-za,
za, Bae-za, his favorite rider, will do the
booting on the six furlong track
record holder.
The chiefs of the Panama Na National
tional National Guard and members of
the force will be guests of the
trackk management.
v Racetrack Tips

By CONRADO

1 Rabiblancs (a. Marcaliia

Race Track Graded Entries
f.f. Hort X Jocikar I. Cammcnt ? O

1st Race B and C" Natives 7 r. Purse 35 Pool Clasas 12 :S

5 -A? Ycaza; J20i Usually Jbeatsf tneso
2 Yoslkito G. Montero 117x Despite weak rider
3 Justina H. Gustlnes lOlx Rates good chance
4 Marcelita H, Rute 109 Good recent races v
5 (Rabiblanco B. Baeaa 107 PracUous at times
6 -(Takeaway D. Cortez 110.. Should be close up I

4-l

4-1

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2nd Race 'Special" Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse 58 Pool Closes

Znu JKAvfi OF TUE DOUBLE -.i

l Grand' Finish o. Mon. 105 plenty early speed i r 101

C. Ruia 112 in. j or 3 weeks Vk? i-l

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3-2

2-Miss Patience

3 BlunO V. Castillo 112 nnti rnA- rianirrniiB

4 Minuendo J. Rodriguez'115 High priced router l
5 Celestial Fire B. Agul. 115 Form indicates
6 Atomic Spring B. Baeza 110 proven lemon .
7 (Display Song H. Reyes 112 Blazing speed in US -1
8 (Coronation Day Hldal,.ll2! could surprise' too ?

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50-1

-1
1

Pool Close 1:45

3rd Race "G" Natives 5 Fg. f Pnrso 3275

ONJB XWO f
1 Guarar" H. Pitty 112x-iReturns from layoff
2 Avispa G. Montero 112x Always lacked class
3 La Gazza Ladra A. Yea, 115 Pobr breaker
4 Certamen H. Gustines 102x Would pay nice odds"
5 Tlnela R. Cristlan 115 Reportedly ready
6 Fllon J. Gongora 115 Longshot specialist
7 (Mr. Jack V. Castillo 113 Beat Frahcisquito '
8 (La Pampanini Hernan. 101x Rates good chance too

25-1

15-1
.2-1
3-1

3-2

10-1
2-1
: 2-1

4th Race "Ilia." Nativas I Fr- Purse $275

QUINIELA
1 Que Llndo V. Castillo J12x Could be upsetter
2 Mimi ) D. Cortez 110 -Returns from layoff
3 Linda Susy B. Baeza 106 Early speed -only
4 Regia G. Montero 102x Not against these
5 Don Manuel S. Hernan. 103x Not good enough
6 Pichoto J. Rodriguez 109 Good early speed
7 Cochisa F. Hidalgo 113 Vastly Improved
8 Presldente H Rui 108 Bad trailer in last

Pool Closet 2:21

10-1
10-1
, 3-1
30-1
23-1
2- 1
3- 2
50-1

5th Race "A'' Natives 7 Fgs. Pum $375 Pool Closet 2:55

1 Destello R. Vasquez 114 Gets real test here
2 Don Brigldo R. Cris, 119" will fight it out
3 Apache H. Gustlnes 104x Has strong finish
4 Lady Edna J. M. Bravo 108 Could be up there too
5 Radical B. Baeza 104 Don't count him out

even
3-1
3- 2
4- 1
5- 1

6th Race 3rd and 4th Series V F. Purse 3650 Pool Closes 3:35
V FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

US. Open: Qiilyy.
Ti Be Held At 25
r'T;rcnI?5ile$

2 Mlnuanda

3 Tinala
4 Cochisa
5 Apacha
a Tony
7 Craw Hill
I Olimpica
Chiroka
ID Ejmbrujida

Calai4ial Fira
Carta man
Pichoto

Dattallo

-fQuiaicanca

:i Fifllro
lack Cold
Surumane
Suntonnar

Raclnjr Fans

To Get Promised
'Dream Track'

NEW YORK (UP) New York
racing fans can look forward to

the opening of the long promised
"dream track" at the site of old

Aqueduct two years from now as
a result of bill signed Thursday

by Gov. AverU Harriman.

EW "YORK vv ) i .The u.s.
' r -14 Association 1 announced Fri--v
that qualifying tournaments
i;be held at 25 sites to produce
a- total field of 162 starters (or
tifeJILS. Qpen golf championship.
'irtUle 'competition 'Will: be
- hjs'da-t the Inverness Club, To To-lodd,
lodd, To-lodd, Ohio. June 13 15.
': of 'i-the ; sectio6al qualifiers
Mtii ix held on Monday, June 3,
kcp$ the sectional at Hohol'tlu,
whiih swifl be' hejd on cMondair,
; M 2Tr i4 order to allow the wio-j
npr"1 PKtr'a'iraveline time.

- Jal-additfon to, Honolulu, be sec-! other tracks,

tierr-r Sites WUl do l mrmuignam,
Alal Lo Angels San ftancis:
i co Denver; Washington, D.C.;
Jacksonville, Fla'.j Chicago; Mri Mri-on.oJasa.?
on.oJasa.? Mri-on.oJasa.? Petroit: Minneapolis;
Ka!"BS :-Cityi St. Lbuisr- Spring Spring-fieUiN
fieUiN Spring-fieUiN J.J Buffalo; N.Yr -Long
Island,'' N.Y.; Westchester County,
Hendarsonville, N.C.j Cin Cin-clnaati;
clnaati; Cin-clnaati; Cleveland;. Portland,
pr Philadelphia ; Pittsburgh;
Memphis- and Pallas;
I--w y.

1 Concrete Pipe FvHidal. 115 Blazing early speed
2 Dawn Song H. Gustines 105x Could win again
3 Jtef lector. V. Ortega 110 r-.Not against these
4 Tony '.. R. Vasquez lis Way down lnelass
5 jQuiescence- J. M. Bravo, 110. Seems ne xt best
6 JaqUlmazo V. Castillo 110 Rates outside chance

5

even
2-1

10-1

7th Race 6th Series Imp. t Fgs. Pan American Day Handicap

Puree 409

1 Verygood1
2 Mezereum
3 Incalca
4 Escorlal
5 Crews Hill
6 Fieltro ,'; 4
7 Nogallno

Pool ClMas 4:15 2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE

H. Gustines 105x Very good effort
' B. Aguirrt 110 Distance handicaps
F. Gatica 102 Has strong finish
J. Jimenez 110 Not good enough.
B. Baeza 115 Beaten favorite !'
'f. A. Ycaza 118 Wo. 1 contender!
R. Crlstian lis Seeks repeat .victory-

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Gov. Harriman signed legisla

tion in Albany which will assure
New York's thoroughbred race

tracks of a 40 million dollar in
crease in their share of the pari

mutuel take. The Greater New

York Racing Assn., which oper

ates the state's flat, tracks, has

been clamorine far the increase in
order to build a' much needed
modern plant and improve the

The so-ealled "d ream track"
will be built bn the site of Aque Aqueduct,
duct, Aqueduct, where work is going on at
the present time.
It estimated that 25 million
dollars will be spent on the build building
ing building of the new plant which will be
opened in the spring of 1959.
Plans also call for the renovation
of Belmont and Saratoga.

gth Raeo D and E" Natives F.Pum $30t

qUINlELA
1 Damadura F. Gatica 100 Good early speed
2 Olimpico H. Ruiz 104 Should make It here
3 Jachalin J. Gongora 113 Not In best form
4 Black Gold A. Ycaza 118 Seems best here ;
5 Solito G. Montero 105x Not In this group y
ft Folletito S. Hernandez 102x Even less chance
7 (Black' Bee D. Cortez 110 Dubious ride last
8 (Julie A. Gonzales 103 Returns from layoff

Fool Closes 4:41

10-1
3-2

15 1
even
25-1

30-1

8-1
8-1

9th Raco V Mile
NATIONAL GUARD CLASSIC

Purse 3300 Pool Closes 5:13

ONE TWO

1 Pappa Flynn B. Agulrre 121 Dull recent efforts 10-1
2 Surumeno V. Castillo 121 Could upset Chirokt 3-1
3 Melendez A. Ycaza 121 Better than ever 2-1
4 Posiblemente R. Cris. 1C7 High priced colt 20-1
5 Chiroke R. Vasquez 118 Best on present form even
ft Double Four B. Baeza 121 Distance handicaps 15-1
7 (Mossadeq J. M. Bravo 121 Rack In good form 3-1
8 Plateado F. Gatica 121 Doesn't se?m likely 3-1

10th Race 5th Ssrles Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $59

Fool Closes 5:41

1 Suntonner R. Cristlan 110 Good recent races 3-2
2 El Fakir 8. Hernandez 102x Not with this rider 50-1
3 Chivilingo C. Ruiz 115 Could get up here 5-1
4 Maria Stuardo A. Ycaza 110 Usually close up 3-1
5 Ignazu F. Gatica 110 Has late foot 10-1
ft Tiburon V. Castillo 110 Nothing to recommend 20-1
7 Embrujada B. Aguirre 118 Last was revealing even

One- major league -trainer

blames- the epidemic of sore-

armed Dodger Ditchers In recent

years, to. negligence in. dress.
"They're allowed to run around
in halt sleeves, and the wind

that' hits their arms- tightens

muscles.";. i

. Middleweight champ Q tne
Fullmer opened training for hit

Robinson return Jtocky Moun Mountain
tain Mountain style. 4 climbing the steep

slopes of his native' Utah.

' While Doug Ford was coming
through sensationally in the

Masters.' members of his home
club In : Mahopac. N.YM were

raising the last $100,000 to com'

plete the course .; and oversuh

Scribed it by $25,000 as news of

Ford's victory flashed in, the

men who taught Doug to- play

his pop, Mike, and uncle. -Joe

are now his club assistants.

Manager i Charlie Johnston
made Ancient f Archie Moore
shave ofp his beard on a New
York visit .Trit was beginning to

show white ; ',.

Lightheavy s contender Tony

Anthony's real first name is Er

nest . although .there's a bona

fide Anthony Anthony who plays

a lot of tackle at Navy. .Chuck

Spleser, wha was, decked by the

bombing Anthony.' lost more

than a shot at Moore's light-

heavy crown. v. had to return a
fat fee for by-linlng a maga magazine
zine magazine niece lie wrote (by himself;

too)

Paul Hahn. who a'uit the aolf

circuit because he couldn't make

a living at it, earns more than
$75,000 lust for deploying his

trick shots. N

Wilt the : SUlt Chamberlain

was latef flyingr In for his ap
pearance ''With the NEA All-A'

merican cagers on' the Steve Al

len TVer. .so they used assist assistant
ant assistant nroducer Nick Vanoff (5-7)
to stand 'in for the seven-foot

Javhawkbr in afternoon rehear rehearsal..'
sal..' rehearsal..' Allen took one look and
cracked,1 "They're wilting; the
stilt." Si
Jack Kramer, the last racket racket-wielder
wielder racket-wielder to tame Pancho Gonza Gonzalez,
lez, Gonzalez, won't -admit Fancho's im

proved anw 'fined their original

tourz "couldn't tell you. I have
n't faced him.-

Most ktds learn by- imitating

i

Dour Ford

Editor:'. CONRADO SARCEANT,

boyhood -Idols... Rocky Colavi to and present.

the slick-outfielder of the Cleve
InnH Tnrilnns made good by Un

learning.;.born in the shadow of

Joe DIMaggio.in the Bronxtiine
flopped as a minor league hitter
until he discarded idol DiMag'a

f lat-f ootedstance. i at the sug-

eestion of Kerby Farreli. his

manager atfain today.

Sioitefteroo; Haroia Gomes, a

liahtweiaht out of Providence

who's about to debut a na

tional hookut) show, oot his first

rina experience in. high school-

as a wrestler.
Correctinir our record! Frank

Howard, the Ohio State All-A-merlca
eager who might be

worth tk munificent $50,000 to

some major league baseball club,
is not a pitcher; as recently not

ed, but a heavy-hitting Buckeye
outfielder who's interested only

in making the diamond a career

after graduation, .".top'-sllnger

on Buckeye diamonds Is "Galen
Cisco, who throws blocks in the

fall as the top fullback.

SMtTs 'Jim JTrebs Tia teen

huddling with- the Hawks of
hometown St Louis t& see if

tney-u meet ntf. price to play pro

Between youn'me,3racK'Temp' youn'me,3racK'Temp'-sey'd
sey'd youn'me,3racK'Temp'-sey'd like to hook un "with Floyd
Patterson in a natInn-Wl(T t.

hibition tour of champions, past

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BIG PRODUCTION Television people are used to big probh'
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small compared to what rival college coaches laced all season I
with Wilt iChamberlam.a The seven-foot Kansas' stilt came on
Allen s show to collect his NEA All-America certificate. f

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BUSINESS, FOR ONCE Between blasts at generals, senatdrs.

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"Pan-American Day" Handicap "NATIONAL GUARD" CLASSIC TODAY

DOUBLES
1st, 2nd 6th, 7th RACES
ONE-TWO
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Campy Settles Question At Start;

Early Form
I tO; Jfy JIMMY BRESLW
NEW YORK NEA) Roy
Campanella doesn't- keep you
waging long. Every record book
In baseball shows that a few
.games a couple of swings and
the Dodgers know where thev
stand with him. That's the way
it 'always has been when the
tree stump 'styled 1 Brooklyn
catcher opens a major league
season. Hi early. fornvhqldsup
all the .yeas. ; t
rravo tte? Bv 'June. Roy was
wen over .800. had something
like" 50jRBIVand was swinging
smoothly toward tne most vdiu-
' able category ha keems -to attain
every- other year. Xast year, he
was,' terrible through the early
. Kolnjrand everybody knew it was
to be the. kind of .a bad year he
eame out wl1,hr,.219. 20, home
runs and only 73 RBI's.
- This. vear.-pfvCourse. should be
a big one.-At least, that's what
mpst have come to believe Js the
usual with the- hot-and-cold
Campy The only one who don't
aeem to feel this way are somer
t knowing gentlemen .-who spend
their times playing baseball with
Ror.in O "t x: ', "v r :
fee Wee-Reese for one. has a
novel apprtoach ; to "the ;Camna ;Camna-nella
nella ;Camna-nella question, To; Pee Wee. Roy
is neither washed-tipi nor is he
headed for, chase-them-all
year. i ; M
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"All he has to do,? Reese says,
"is add 2Q points to his average
and he'll. be a tremendous help
to this club."
Billy jHerman. official coach
and. to. many, unofficial brains
for Manager Walter Alston, goes
along with; this, middle-of-the-road
idea. "Everybody expects
Campy to have a big year a
Cain,"' Billy, says, v "He doesn't
have to do this fof Tis: We don't
need any .300 or MVP sTiow from
him. All he has to do is nave an
average year. If .he picks up 20
points, he'll win three or four
games for us that he didn't last
year .And that should pe enough
for a club as goo4 $si this one
tigures to be." sT
The big vroblem with Cpmps.
nella' is his oft-ln.iured, hand
According to the catcher, it wa&
the reason why his swing of, last
year ; chaneed from ft powerful
flash, of white woodjtq a hesi hesitant"
tant" hesitant" ChOp.- ' r v
Using Reese '-as an observer.
you're informed there Ik be no
Jiand tyoubJe this time. "He
swings' a lot betterMore imoor-.
tank :he's throwinr;b Iter than
he did last vear: You could see
Roy was worried about theTiand
all Jast season. He kept It back.
This 'veo,r' wherr he's,? catchin?.
it's 1 right .out there. It- doesn't
worry him..'. v "v
Of course, it's' hard to sav if
he is totally sound- But If I
didn't think he .was any .better

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than- last 'year I wouldn't say 4k
He'll be okay."
t Alston- says he is encouraged
because Campanella doesn't let
go of the bat. any mOre.'And
he's not dropping near as many
balls-as he did last year." the
manager goes on. r v
So the Dodgers. It seems, look
for no ,'mlracles from their
catcher this year. If he gets, to
anything nfeaf ,.250., everybody
concerned yvith the Ebbets Field
Situation will be more than sat sat-)sfied.
)sfied. sat-)sfied. The- hand, they feel, is
fine. Herman goes beyond that
to 'point out.-"his- legs are fine.
That's the big thing with it hit hitter.
ter. hitter. No legs,, no jSWftig.''
i The xme tem nobody cares-to
bring ui' is the mental side .of
the campanella' picture, f Tor a
Jovial' gut;, on "the surface, he
has all the marks of a kood wor worrier
rier worrier when It comes to basebalL
, His stance all last year, for ex-
mnli hnt.hered the Brooklyn
board of strategy. Always a foot
in-the-bucket man, Roy began
to move; so far away from the
Plate that .dark thoughts were
harbored as to his taste1 for
making a college try witrl the
bat,,- .......
, Anvwav: all ? conlecturer ; on
Campanella ends with the sea season
son season opener. AnrH 16. For this is
a guy who get off the same way
ss he'U doit for you Ml year. He
doesnt keep anybody hanging by
the thumbs.: ;,-
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Lame Crowd To Witness
15-RbiinrJ Match At Stadium

By" J. J. HARRISON JR.
: It'll be a night under .the stars for the thousands
of boxing- fans who are expected to pour into the
Olympic Stadium tonight to take in a four-bout pro
gram featured by a 15-round title '-imatch: between
bantamweight champion Melvin Bourne and top top-ranked
ranked top-ranked contender Toto Jbrra.

Fro boxing returns to tne spa
cious statdium after1 an. ab3ence
of some eight years. ... c
Most Panama City cards have
been staged at the small Naf
tlonal (Gym in recent years be because
cause because promoters .realized the
programs would not draw enough
to warrant the use of the 30.000
capacity stadium; promoter Sid Sidney
ney Sidney Aria of earis Nuevas. S.A:,
which drew; up- tonight's a?onda
expects a crpwj .at around 5000
persons. ' '
The 25-year-old Bourne, nbo
has held the 118-pound ciown
for ovr five years, and Ibarra
! a 20-y ear-old ChlHqul inHian
i who has' been fighting profess
i silonaUy for : only three years.
; will meet for the first time, t i
i Bourne, who is trained, by Au Aubrey
brey Aubrey (Cofo) Woodruff, has lost
his' last. three fights by decisions
to featherweight -. champ Isldro
Martinez, 126-pound contender
Jesus Santamarla and to ban
tamweight aspirant c 1 a udio
Martinez, a kid brother of Isldro.
Iparra kayoed ; Claudio ; late
last year vand, then- traveled to
New York where he scored two
decision wins at St. Nicholas
Arena in his only U.S. outings.
The youngster arrived from the
U S. Tuesday accompanied by
his. manager-trainer Jorge Moli
na Acosta, and hopes to -win -tor-night
to return to the U.S., -as
champion. f v 4 .s
The champ has done all hie
sparring at the National Gym.
He. 'finished training .Thursday
afternoon with his trainer an

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Bourne rdark trunks) and top ranked contender Toto Ibarra
have beenj declared ready .by theli trainers for tne lJound..

title fight fct the Olympic Stadium tonignt. ? bourne wm o
making the first defense of his crown since-last June when
he stopped Byron Cumberbatch. Ibarra, winner of two bouts
in New York recently, flew', to from the U.a iast Tuesday.
The challenger plans ,to retnrn to:the-U.S. next month
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HANDYMAN Charley Coldman has trained four world
, enampiojii. but wrn he into Sulimaa'a Gymnaiicin for V
a Oar work,, he sail fiadj tumsif ur.knottirg giove and
., doing anv of a nun-.ber of tmail jets. Charley tradinark ic ,.
i tnat derby atp h head and --ji-vK;H fightera of the '-'
4 Lou Amtera-Rcwkv !rciam tvpe. C-anev works wili mid-' 'v--f"'"ht
nt'rider Rorr Ca.hin ,r-w davg.

nouncing his boy ."was ready

Woodruff also- squashed rumors
Circulating that his charge was
bavin? difficulty. comlne down to
the 118-pound limit, and that
the veteran ;' was weak" from
strenuous reducing. 1 ,v
' Ibarra started orenarinff for
1 tonight's bout at Nw York
Stulman's Gym. He boxed at
the rytn a few hours after he
i arrived Tuesday -moved over.
I to the Colon Arena on the At-'
lantic Side Wednesday, trains
' ed at the Albrook Base Gym
Thursday, and finished up at
I the gym Friday. ' -' 4
, The challenger weighed 118
pounas arter, nis last sparrmg
session. He is expected to make
the. limit easily at 'weignmgm
time at 11 pwock this morning.
Tonight's semifinal brlngsv.to
gether for the second time feath featherweights
erweights featherweights Tito, Marshall and
Enrique perea in a six-rounder.
The former scored a decision w,in
In their first meeting. ,
i In another six-round prelim
; which: has been billed m a
; "special," fancy-stepplnj Kd-,
win Sykes of 1 Colon, who
i boasts a victory strirtg of six
. straight, engages slugging Er Ernesto
nesto Ernesto Campbell of Panama who
has won three time. hi;three
outibigs. .-"):
- Qregorlo Martlnea.and'Eze Martlnea.and'Eze-quiel
quiel Martlnea.and'Eze-quiel Arroyo exchange punches
ia the curtain raiser.
General admission is $1, gen general
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Rres Run Into Usual Gash Scramble
To Outbid AAU Fbr Cage Talent

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, By JIMMY BRE3LIN
V,
NEW YORK (NBA) The
price tag carried by an amateur
athlete is,' as the sports pages
have shown, for eome time, get
ting higher every day. The latest
example of this comes from the
BradleyyAllen Company of, Mil
waukee, which dropped its AAU
basketball team the otner day
because "the key players weren't
coming our way,-"
, The company's National' Indus.
trial. Basketball League .team
was a steady loser. spoKesman
for the firm, as the business pag pages
es pages would say. estimated that the
usual ballplayer brought in was
given about $400 a montn at tne
start. 1 V
Which,, professional basketball
officials say, is way .under, the
going rate. The pros should
know, for this Is the time of year
when they hustle, contracts, to
the college' kids they want.. And
at .nearlv everv turn. they, find
themselves in competition from
some aau team. ; j
1 LENNY ROSENBLVTH OF
NORTH CAROLINA is an exam example.
ple. example. When the pros spoke to him
in'New York recently, they found
Lenny .the possessor of one AAU
oiler which would, give mm a
Job in the neighborhood, of $6,500
WTOTJGH' Billy Martin,
of the Yankees makes- sure
everybody knows who he Is ;via
taping, 'Billy the Kid to-toll
sunglasses. The come-and-get-me.look
tells you the second
baseman is not in the habit of
giving, ground to anybody.
Field & Stream
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' BV At McCLANE
; 1 'fusing Editor ;
' CARACA8,' Venezuela NEA)
-When this department was in
vited by the Minister of Interior
of this South American repub
lic -to make a survey of its fish
ing -and shooting-potential for
tourist sportsmen, we ; already
knew that marlin fishing was
ROOd.'-'' -',' ;,';.r -t
A-modest fleet of local boats
had tapped ,the schools off Ar Ar-reclf
reclf Ar-reclf f e. But to get an accurate
picture of the blllfistt situation,
George Bass shipped his boat,
"fiambo.?, from Florida and for
two weeks he has been trolling a
small area of the coast. Baas,
one of this. department's direc directors,
tors, directors, reports ; that the. marlin
fishing is. ''fabulous.'
. Unlike marlin fishing, in the
Bahamas the Venezuelan fish.
are much" faster when coming
at a bait,- according to our ex
pert, and while the blue marlin
appear to run small, the white
marlin average heavy
What ynakes the billflshing
fabulous is the number of mar mar-Ua
Ua mar-Ua present. On one day. for in instance;
stance; instance; the Sambo had 12 mar
lin ud to its baits. Bass recalled
how he trolled for 30 long days
to set tola first blue mrrlln
strike in Bahamian waters.
which gives you some idea of
their relative abundance.
The peak season for marlin In
Venezuelan waters ia from Julv
to; September. In one day-fast
year. 54 marlin were docked bv
ten boata Some boat had as
many ai 30 strikes.
' The basest blues weich in the
400 to 450 pound cbs. with the
veraee closer to 200 pounds:
whirls average about 5 txrands.
which i4 well ever the 40 oound
avmge for stateside martin.
The great soan of Venezuelan
coast remains to be explored,
however, and durin-the next
few wtrlra Bass will tk hi
crew to Cum una and MartarHa
h' the survey team begins
trolling Tint in territory.

year, pbis a good spdffof thff

gin ne intenas to marry, -.
Charlie Tyra, the big Louis Louisville
ville Louisville bucket man, had a similar
problem to hano the pros.
' Nobody has accused Rosen Rosen-bluth
bluth Rosen-bluth or Tyra of not being
bright young! prospects for the
world of business, .and industry,
but their, hook shots appear to
be more valuable to the firms
sponsoring AAU teams than a
cum laude diploma carried .. by
the non-playing kid.;
! TBESE COMPANY TEAMS, the
Wichita Vlckers, Denver Truck Truckers,
ers, Truckers, Phillips Oilers, Peoria Cater Caterpillars
pillars Caterpillars et al, are not tainted by
professionalism, according to
the AAU. Sq they can compete
in the Olympics- and in general
carry the bright banner. of ama amateurism
teurism amateurism around on the basketball
floor.
' -This is one of, those ridiculous
situations which make the sports
world, 1957 style, so complicated
as to demand full-time attention
from many, angles. For which we
are more, than thankful. -,,
The amateurs are free to give
the National Basketball Associa-
ttnn A Rt.iff hpndnch (ftch vcfti
at this time. The pros always

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getthMrtop, draft thorcesMJli's'
players iwbOfget from $7,500 'tf,
910,000' and. In the case of a B1U
Russell, much more, a
But the second Vound "picks
the $6,000 tila'yers are totfgh; t9
come by thanks to AAU compe compe-tition.
tition. compe-tition. in recent seasons, MnmfcV'
apolls lost Terry Rand,' a prn
iiing Marquette i grad, to .' the the-AAU'i
AAU'i the-AAU'i Denver team and Jthe Weir
York Knickerbockers found Wsfc .-.
nie Mayer of Duke more inclined
to go with Akron Goodyear.-
DENVER EVEN HAS, engage
I full-time recruitine man, fer-
ry. Groom, ithe old Notre Dame-s
gridder.,The man from tht-de-.
funct Bradley Allen ;club JeelH -this
was the spot where he tnadei
his big mistake. : . v j ;- w
i "Recruiting is a full-time. Jq1i
and"-1 guess-we. didn't devote,,
enough attention ta it.V he4sajd,.',
The AAU,. it .seems,, does av lot-,
more :wooing than the pros wtwtfi
come around with only a printed
contract' promising sordid mqn,,
ey. The simon-putes f ly a,ki4for
a visit to the plant, wine, and
dine- hittN-the wbrks.
"If this keeps up. they'll bt,m

a level .with -the ..colleges," cflni
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' PARIS, April 13 (UP) Diplo Diplo-matic
matic Diplo-matic quarters today predicted
that the United States announce announce-'knent
'knent announce-'knent of shipment of guided this this-kiles
kiles this-kiles to her NATO allies would
luccessfully counter the current
parrage of Russian atomic threats
Wgainst the West.
; dio pas been broadcasting almost
daily, .warnings to U.S. Allies that
ihose who allowed "aggressor"
asesson their territory would be
it toy1 Russian atomic weapons
hould war come,
j t Yesterday America announced
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f'Howat John," "Matador" and
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JvouM -be stockpiled in Europe for
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(Austria Denies
mslating
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figlj Austrian Government official
rday emphatically rejected Soviet
n arses that, Austria has violated
s neutrality,. w ..M.i- .t Hv.uAi)
!The official, who asked not to
( identified was' commenting on
le new Moscow Radio blast allege
ig "Short-sighted politicians" had
irned Austria into a base for
(.p'ilern intelligence services,
. The Austrian official said the
(oviet attack was a repetition of
t number oi aimuar blasts a a-lainst
lainst a-lainst Austria in connection with
lie -Hungariatt uprising.
. Ho stressed that Austria has
II edged military neutrality and
ot "ideological neutrality.
Austna nas never violated her
y neutrality, but it made
ret where her sympathies
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Bishop Gooden Will Preach
W St. Paul's Palm Sunday

Bishop R. Heber Gooden will be
If
e preacher at solemn Vespers
&L f aula fanama Citv. tomor-
bw Palm Sunday, evening.
' Other, services during the day
f ill be conducted by Archdeacon
hu-ley whe Vill also foe the
reacher at the 9 o'clock celebra-
oo of tbe fucnanst.
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MONDAY
1 8:00 Sinv. Morning Prayerv
! :30 m.. Holy Communion.
'7:00 p.nw w. story of the Cross
tith MeditaUons.
?TUfSDAY
t:00 JBi"i Sua
1 stoning Prayr.
I S:30 a.m. .'Holy Communion.
.7:00 i.m Story of the Cross
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xwen stoi oe .uucne ot
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.h a ballroom bombshell Mari-
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rmi-n of the seaaem'a flossiest
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I re ruests of honor at e table
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Officer's Dismissal
From Marine Corps
PARRIS ISLAND, S.C, April
13 (UP)-i-Brig. Gen. Wallace M.
Greene today approved dismiss
al from the Marine Corps' of a
first lieutenant who, attacked a
private with his fists at this
huge recruit depot.
Greene, Commanding Gen General
eral General of the big boot camp base,
said he had "approved the
record of proceedings and
sentence in the case of 1st Lt.
William D. Conroy."
Conroy, of Richmond Hill.
Queens, N.Y., pleaded guilty
Monday to conduct unbecoming
an orncer ana a gentleman.
A seven-member general court
martial ordered the 26-year-old
officer "to be dismissed"' from
the Marine Corps, the equival
ent to a msnonoraDie discharge
for an enlisted man.,
Conroy was accused of at attacking
tacking attacking Pvt. David Lee Porter of
Hartiora, vt., March 13 ia an
enlisted men's barracks here.
Porter's earlier charges against
a arm instructor nad resulted in
Conroy'a suspension as pfficer in
charge of Porter's recruit pla platoon,
toon, platoon, 'i::'. .:
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The Public Information, office
here said Greene's approval, of
the sentence would be forwarded
to the Navy Judge Advocate
General in Washington, who
would name a board of review to
further study theVg sentence.
Then, the Secretary of the Navy
will make the final decision on
whether the sentence should be
approved or reduced, j
None of the reviewing authori
ties can Increase the sentence
imposed on Conroy. first com
missioned officer court martial-
ed here In a series of trials that
began with the "death march"
which resulted in drowning for
six recruits a year ago.-
WEDNESDAY
6.00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 p.m. Story of the Cross
wun Meditations.
MAUNDY THURSDAY
8:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
. 8:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 p.m. Tenebrae
GOOD FRIDAY
12 3 Three Hour Tassion
service.
7:00 p.m. Story of the Cross
wiin Meaitauons.
HOLY SATURDAY
5.30 p.m. Holy Baptism.
0:30 n.m. RUsino n
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at Miss Maxwell's
table.
More than 30 Dhoto?ranhre h.
Jerted the duchess' table in a
body. They were followed at a
pace only slightly more sedate by
some of New York's most upper-;
n uh socirrr
PTOfframa for airtnrr.l..
uuwiim. Travins
a 1
.The waiters couldn't get through
wua me next course tor half
hour. The duchess bad had it
aa
w jaaxweii a intenooni wm
of audible. She and
bare been feudinz
v.
duchess
since a hassle ever a similar chsr.
ity party four 'years ago. For a
moment k had appeared to so society
ciety society that they might kiss and
make np. Miaa Maxwell i the

,ortginator of the "April ia Paris"
affair, now in its sixth year. The
duchess became honorary chair chairman
man chairman at tbe request of her friend.

tin. Rosemary Warbtrrton Gay.
nor. gerr I chairman for this
year's affair.
Mine MaxwrA quickly put down
rumors that their pfflt was pffft.

? B.?. 95r OTO

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ouuu-ra -s Diroet a muninur--in oi jui; Ave. j si. Ltwis SKKVICS Ave. TivoU Xot 4 v FABMACIA ESTADOS UNID08 14 Central Ave,
ESfjFJ ""Fr!? lta,vn;iIVSSP0JJPmE?:3A2G;-JVF d aAv.No. FOTODOMY-JuitoAromena Ave. and 13 St. FABMACIA
VAN-DEB-JIS-fia Street o. SI FABMACIA IX BATUBBO-Parone tetevre 1 8Ueet FABMACIA ,"SAS" VU Portia Ml M0VFJAD8 ATU1S Beside
the Bella Vista Theatr;t.. ,.:,'r:i ' ''''''Hfi -Wf.ftvlv

Automobiles
FOR SALE I f -Y 1941 Stud; ?
baker Commander 4-door Se Sedan.
dan. Sedan. New paint, good tiros, (2
'ttow), good mechanical,, cendi-
;;on. PleasJc)l 4-554.
,FOR SALE: '48 Tudor Chovi
rolet, good motor,1 almost -nowA
. tiros. Will sacrifice, $145.-. Call.
Albrook 2201. ly:
FOR SALE: -r- Plymouth 1953
Crambrook 2 color Sedan, 4ra- ;
dio, heater,, undercoated, jdir. p
octional ; signals. Vary good, v
condition, $775.-. ; Phono" BaV
boa 2409 or 2854. ' fw'
FOR SALE:-:- 1953, 4-door;?
Buick spociaL Dynaflow n-'
die and heater, 4 new tubele
tiros, now brake linings r Qtrs, j
87, Albrook; Phono 3234.0
FOR SALE; .Kaiser'. 1951
O.D. 3 now tires, good condi
tions. J250.T Phono 25-3177. r i 4
FOR SALES; 1951 Buiek so. Y
dan, Dynafiow. Exeollonf tiro J.,
$500.00. Phono Albrook 5298.
FOR SALE: 1952;HiHmart4
Sedan, good condition. Goods,
price. Call Panama ; 2-5706,,'
FOR SALE: 1952. Mercury,
hardtop, automatic transmit-
ion, radio, very good eondi-,
Hon, $700. Call Curundu 722 ?
aftofj 4 p.m. or Amador 5255
before 4 p.m. . ::'i.--V-i
LIFE INSURANCE
' 1 -'!call 5v '-y;
JIM RIDGE
General Asent I t
Gibraltar l ife Ins. Co. M
for rates and information ;
TeL Panama J-055S
TRANSPOSES BAXTER. S. A,
Packers Shipeeta ovora
Uats) Riding J,, j
PANAMA r RIDING SCHOOL
Riding ft Jumping Classea dajhf
3 to 5 .m. Phono 2-2451
- am km aoaolntmantV
SHm lent flfuro down" ;
BODI w- REDUCING .:
McLe7 Machines, Massaia
Steam BU male and female
Medical belts, ortb. bracn.
ORTOPEDIA NACIONAt
M At. Jmrt Aroscmena S-Iill 1
, Dr. SCHOLL trained Cbteopodlat
SAN BLAS T
EXCURSION
April 14 $17.50 each
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
SERVICE
"B" St 7-27 TeL 2-1661
Specfat Groyp
I (Continued from Pus 1)
' dure for oa lovl and Improv-
od 'ck canal, will be considor
oi durtitg Trie" second : meeting
held Twosdar In the Board
Room of- the Administration
Bui'dHig at Balboa Heights. ; ;
Also -oa the agenda "ior Tuesday
will be a discussion of locks over overhaul
haul overhaul and a visit J to Miraflores
Locks by members of the ad hoc
committee.' '.j 5, -i'';1
The meetings- will be concluded
Wednesday ,ai Balboa Heights
witb a committee. executive es.
sion and-a discussion of further
development of theAjSnal ..report
to be made to tne fanaHu Canal
ooard 01 ivirectors.- v
Tudorr who is making. ij -firtt
trip to the Canal Zone sinceSiis
appointment to the Board in
isuimus tbu mornmg by plane to
gether with Governor Potter, who
is now in wssmngton to attend
me quarterly uoi meetings.
He wul be given a concentrated
orientation tour of the Canal Zone.H
today including a transit of the
. Schley arrived here last week
aboard the SS Crisstobal and plans
to sail TDursiay on tne as An con
for New York. He is accompanied
ay Mrs. ScnJey.
Hollers Ovm Ranks
Rebel; Socialists
Join Rail Walkouf
rniiu, n
PARIS, April 13 (UP) Soelal-
n n j
rrroiicr yur. moun uwaj i.c-
ed a revolt in his own tanks with
the socialist-bossed Force O u v
Here (Workers Force) Union join
ing a Communist-sponsored gener
al 4S-hour railway strike.
Tbe strike was decreed by tbe
Communist Confederation. General
da Treivail (CGT) and promptly
followed bv the Confederation
Francaise der TravaiUeurs Chre-
'tisna rCFTC).

j To start at. zero boors" Wednes

day and end at midnight. Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, the strike is expected to pa paralyse
ralyse paralyse tbe heavy Easter traffic.
Labor unions called the 320.000
emDlore of the buw Soeiete Sa
tionale de Cheins de Fer Fran-
cais (SNCF) "eiona tired network
to back their demand for higher
wages.

AGENTS OB OUBOFFICES AT 13-31

Mlscellolnepiil?
";i Hortetl for 'tt&'&Jmiiti
1: Riding School. Call Port Clav-
i;,:'ion,.226Z attar. 4 p.ro.vte'SiY4':;
" FOR SALE.: i Hi Standrd
Olympic 22 pistol, new, $54,00.
r Savage double 12: gauge, nowA
-r
rnono eeiooa ,;;;,
FOR. SALE ,' Ai, -r;t;..
- . ..IIVIII.I,-I
cis, remore evaporator. Ued
-very nrne. txrra rreon, JJ75
can Baiboa 1461,
FOR SALE: Brown male
Dachshund dog 3 year old.
Phono Ftw Clayton 87-5125.
FOR SALErW Leaving for U
t S. Seal sfcirr coaf for tall por por-ii'
ii' por-ii' son; r; drosses, f ha.rdly4ufdrt;
viovi puiiovers, .nags; anoof
ijo,7. 1-2.. All drastically, re;
duced 'in price. ManV carnal V
hair; coat, etc. Peru Avonuo,'
no. J.: All day Sundays i
CeiieralJS-
V ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
i Stft A iiim la s, a ssk.a a &
. BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
O ECORATING YOUR HOME?
Visit ut. for Modorn; Patterns
In u, ':olstery cloth and Drap Draperies
eries Draperies G I BCO Justo Arose,
mona and-34th St.' or- phono
Tanarha 3-0281 ; anytime. .Alio
K,:rpet-S4uares for wall to to-wall
wall to-wall carpeting. Do it yourself I
Pony ridoa Saturday afternoon
and Sunday mornino at Pana-
: ma Riding School Chiya-Chiva
Koad. can 2ZoZ Clayton. ,A
GIRLSI, Your beautiful so f
permanent and smart hairdo
will bo a lovely you'll heiitat
is ETwr any parr.vT fi, iTnero-
by savlncj the cost of the- East.
' or Bonnet. Easter ; Special
Gonoll'a BOauty Shop. Cocoli
Clubhouse. Navy- 3812. 5 4 r
Motorcycles
' FOR SALE: Ariel Motorcyr
do 1953 model -VHS. .500 eeV.
' In excellent condition. On
, owner only. See at. houso 8109
He.. a p I a e o,i, Margarita,. 5
Phono 3-2502. L. H. Scranton.
Senator Easlland
To Norman Affair
WASHINGTON, April 13-ftJP)
-Chairman James O. Eastland
(D-Miss. of the Senate internal
Security ; Subcommittee added
new mystery, unresolved ; today,
to the congressional and diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic involvement In :the sui
cide of Canadian diplomat E.
Herber tNorman, ,
Eastland,.. defending his sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee on the. Senate floor
yesterday, said .f there was a
"sound reason Ywny inionnation
allegedly- linking" Norma .with
comma nism ': could nob be
brought auietly ;tor the attention
of the Canadian, government?
i What was the'Vsound reason?"
Eastland .""told the Senate iTie.
would not. aiscuss. 11. wnen re-'
pprters .tried to: see tiim later,
an aide said the senator planned
to say no more about it. ... v
Eastland -did tell newsmen
that the subcommittee had -In
formation about Norman "going
Jan-Tbcyona his college days.
; :Thiswas in response to ques ques-itom
itom ques-itom about reports that Cana Canadian
dian Canadian External Affairs Minister
Lester Pearson said in Ottawa
that" his .government knew.
whenYH' cleared' Norman of
communism charges In 19S2, that
he openly associated with sus sus-Dected
Dected sus-Dected communists in his Col-
tege.days at Columbia Universi-1
ty in New York cny.

BABEL IN BANGKOK Language tat the W of problems

rerxina. len. and iutian actress Silvana Manpamr
.VZtXV?V ? W,n-" rm betaf aimed ini
Bangkok Thailand. MulUlmauat cfwnpany" speaks rren, i
JUhan, Eng!;Sh. Chinew and That. This ta one of the crob crob-JemsjfncnUred
JemsjfncnUred crob-JemsjfncnUred in hew policy of establishing movie locate
n over the Vorli. - ., -.. j

H BTKEET,, PANAMA- LIBftEttl

RiEfar Estciiel
. wv mwrin DO UTirui ia no,
"CWad ; Radial." -Patterwn,
opposite;: : Hacjenda. Phone 4- f
FOR vSAiEs P.' aBargalnjt
i bedroom concrete chalet,. '-4,500 '.I-
meters of land,-near President
'. Remon Raca: TrmrU lAmml tor
housing development; tenement v
Duuaings or.-, faetoryiY Patter
sew; 36th Street East- No. 15
opposlto';-tHaci4nda;- Phono 3 i
' 'r 1- in.
. FO R Y$ A L E : 3 Choice; build, 'i
r tng lot. -for-'.; residence, .1Wy v
aquaro meters, e rn 4th ';
: Street; and Jndv Street, s4syI
Xumbros.' Price $2900.00. !rBox
ho1oF4) Box M, 1 Bafhoa
,iioigms, jiv,s
Stir PETE RSBUR6,is FLORIDA
DITCH DIGGERS HE A O-v
QUARTERS. We soil sood va-'.;
luel Attractive homos atvrea-
sonabia prices. Also can assist
you. th. obtaining ;-roasonable
rentals.. See TROY HAYESi
president Panama Canal Socio-y
ty; e e A.F. WHITE, "Realtor
195 Wi St.' North. Telephone V;
0344. rv.v
FOR
SALE; 33 hectares of
good
farm and -cattle lands.
Las Guias, R. PrTel. 3-2934;
4v.-
BogtS'MM
FOR SALE Runabout boat?
14' by 4' frailer sffety gas-
can. F ire extinguisher paddles :
4 life';; savors rope. anchor !'
$300.00, 408 Fbrt Do' Lesnpe
gr. vnotr nwae...vi:

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LlGHTWradimrLEATBERSr; Froni left, high-tongued slip-on
in smooth and textured; leather Crosby Square) f polished
slip-on with, huge self-buckle (Jahnan) : three-eyelet jtie ; in
lightly grained black (Rohlee), and a twe-eyelet in tan rraln.

-,.'..'-.';-T-.wttli. perforated. va,mp ((Fortune).;.;!;;? .'v.'-si..-'
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r .fiv DieiC KLEINER A Y
NEA Staff Coirespondent' ry
' 'i," -,Y' '".-" '' ,-rJ;4!."'
NEWAYORKfNEAl; J- No. aj-
fer :hatthft'voolly.DttfSv:ar,-
summer will-come.. And no matter
what kind of a summer tins wiu
be, a .man will be better oh.. 4n
lightweight I shoes. -V: K
Granuaiiv me raea 01 swiicniBK
from winterweight; to-lighter shoes
in spring has; grown.. And, it's a
good idea,; too, for this season tne
lightweight shoes-;; have m P e
style and yet more 'pommoa sense
than ever before., v?i v: .'
Most of tnera commne abich-
can sturdiness, and comfort fwith
mntinsnial stvlinff .' the rCSUll DO-
inr Aahoe that can be wornooin
with a business" suit and, a casual
outfit.-. And.--yet, a ; man can ex
nrMi him1f in hlSshoeS -more
now than nreviously the
new
shoes" tu a 'stvlish eamut
from
the simple n the- extremely, unu unu-sual'.
sual'. unu-sual'. : -.' v-.- '

PBECIADO 7 Street No. 11 AGENCIAS

La Cirra.qulll. FABMACL. LOM-
Home Articles
OltSAt E Si Double bed,'
v flager Sewing 'machinon 3-door
;Y! wardrobe, j dining ;-rroom- "?t
; :side baoardP' china.; closet,.- 4''
chajre, electric fan; ; Pueblo
, Nuovo, No. 4120, -' Y f ''M
'YYi? 1
Y-FORiSALRi'fi-. SaUid mahoga-.
'ny; sectional living-room, suite
; nW, unused.; Owner' leaving t
snd.'-wtust sell for cashJ Bal-
?-"bW .-S7M;vl.'VitvX Ti'
'-". -No .! Yi- ;Y-ii!;;;
' '"'-''1 'J- .-! f.:
,1.11... II .1
VFbR''SAL.v'Mahoeinv
ardroba; Lteerera Perfoc
: t! a burnojrY? stovomlUhesi)
K; muceiunaous. tnorruio Mm-
S its; No., 25-25,. room NoO'M
r5
' f-i., i wi i,.i uii-n
, ii.ii..fv, ...aw, nrriill ,1
ri4u ,r oesr, otters, rnone ;
4l4.,ti::avat'
M (. ji,ili n 1. ,11 11 nit ,1 j 1 1 n'j 1 1 1 1111
FOR -SA'LWVJ i-'1WaW' secret
I tary: Trifng. eeik; o. jingieY
bed complete, 530.; M cycles
VColdspot refrigerator, 5200.
'L'slil.C'.IT J-- iJ".. ia'.
i!OAiErSNorBel954, i
; Vcle$ automatic washer. A v,-;
allable June .7. Cell. Albrook
;3147-:d'v..Y:V;''';.S:-i-
jj -r. M-Uf a. Y;--jf f
ft FOR SALES J- rpieee5 living
iroom suite, $85., 21"' G.E.v 25-J
? 40 cycles ;TV., $145 t 4
3 -4 ; Speed Graphic camera,'
ease,y adaptors,: extras 90. I
I mmt Revere movie", camera.
iS40, 35 mm. Welti Camera F
! 2.; 520, Call; Ft. Clayton "J7i
2227:
ft?'.;
- i
'! ijf r"
;"e
1..-.''- .- 1."- i !A '. ; -J
; 1 here var all leathers soef.
d. motb end grained- In rhe
lightweights. Many are textured
e go with the textured leek of
vaultings.;: There are softer grains
this year designed especially for
he- man, .who. Wants fm waar hie
summer ahees both. t work, and
'Play,' -.' ;-.'.,:, : o,.
There's anlnlriguine; new two-,
way na on suede., When it's brushj
ea ugnuy, rae nap. f alls? in two
shades of color r i .i v
Slip pns-ome Wtlll "call them
loafers continue to twu Unci
have jthe .standard moccassin toe,
buj there are an infinite number
of yanations.- .One ha.-" long,
plain vamp enipltasixed by i high
tongue. Some hav trr kn.
kles and other unusual types-, of
ornamentation. t ; ..
. Colors remain -fairly standard
- black and brown still lead but
there are; others for the dyed in-the-ieather.
color lovers. One' in interesting,
teresting, interesting, tone is a new off white
calledt canyon: sand. And there
are tans and grays and greets and
an infrequent ed.
White asd whjte combinations
appearjo be readying a come come-baek.
baek. come-baek. There are- more shoes with!
some white someplace than at sny
time in, the last five or six -years.
:.1V-i ;'i 'r i
: A novelty for the not heads this
summer is a gimmick called the
Thermo Hat. This is a hat of
sorts, made from a plastic insul-l
ating ;mteriaL The result; is a
piece of headgear that weighs :
one ounce.'";-. .-
v The idea'ls to Uke the hat, dip!
it in ice water and wrins it out!
It. is then 'supposed to keep your;
head cool', ior ii, unspecified
length of time. The hat come In j
several different shapes mostly,
cap stales.. Me an Ivy cap and'aj
baseball cap and, a tremendous
range'sit-gay colors. Y- j
Color In men's 'wear rootinrjes
to grow. On -top of the colored T-
shirts which cudn t go- too well.
bow .we have eotored shaving
cream. The first -is 'WiHisrms'
"Go'denYYeUow' line, -aval'able
in a'l the manv forma nf -ha vi-
cream. The j-ei)ow ihouM lok -pecially,
lovely ; when'jou ntrk
roar: face. : -

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WANTED? Bilingual office
clerk-bookkeeper, male. Mutt'
type good.; Write N.A.N. Box
iwt Panama stating particu-
lars, salary, .etciY-'sii' ''.-i'-
WANTED: Drafting' fables,
in good condition. Can .' Pane-,
ma 3-7105. V'C
POSITION WANTEDr Pat.
terns eutting-production dress-
ess. Relocate,- man-family R.''
Knoelke, 5874 N. 6. St.,,Mil-
wauko IS, ; Wisconsin,-U.S.A. v
FaicelQf
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WASHINGTON, April 13 (UP)
Chairman James O. Eastland
'saidj today the .Senate Internal
Security Y, subcommittee bad .a
"very sound reason'.' for- not
notifying Canada of ; Com munist
charges against, diplomat E. Her Herbert
bert Herbert .Norman.. V:A'''K-Y'J : '.-t.
,A-": t,y '-;.':-" Ja i "'' Y yj
I The Mississippi Democrat' -did
hot explain what the, reason was.
But he told the Senate' "the cold
facts, are" that Norman', name
"continued to crop up in our
investigations'' from '1951 to the
present;,: :Y,-.;iv.:Y';'V':V' :.v'
Eastlaqd took the floor in de defense
fense defense of the, subcommittee after
some other, senators had Atxiti
cized its handling of one case.
Normanr Canadian ambassador
to .Egypt, Yeommitted suicide in
Cairo after the V subcommittee
published! the charges.;' His .death
created an uproar in Canada
where officials said the charges
were discredited years ago.
..:.:.,P-r.,t;.-1? ft-,.-,. :,-?.,!! a.4 :'y.--t
-Eastland insisted that the State
Department cleared for publica publication
tion publication the JUarch 12 testimony in
which Norman's name was men mentioned.
tioned. mentioned. He also repeated hisear hisear-lier
lier hisear-lier statement that the1 informa-,
tion had been ;; confirmed by the
Federal j Bureau of investigation.
FBI Director J.- Edgar Hoover
! j .: 1. : J I ......
aaiu. louay 111s agency uau uui
given the subcommittee, ''any re reports
ports reports ir or files t or inforinatipn''
pertaining to Norman. r ; p- i
Eastland agreed that it got no
FBI material. But before., the
SignalSGffite

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After 29 years

i Cot Edwin O" Earl, signal offl offl-cer;
cer; offl-cer; Headauarters. USv Arms Ca
ribbean, will" retire from the U.S.
Army iApril 30 after 29 years of
active and reserve service,
.. ;i'-Y. J-:A--A; l-i:H;'
Earl has been in ', the CanaU
Zone since 1953, coming to the
command from Heaoquarters,
Fifth Army. Chicago." u.. wbere
he was deputy. G-3. : :c
Born In Nlckerson," Eansai,
Earl was graduated from, Kansas
State College, Manhattan, Kansas,
in 1929 with a bachelor of science
degree in electrical engineering.
The preyiour. year,' ne received
his reserve commission as a 2nd
lieutenant in the U.S.. Army Coast
Artillery. During ; the n e 1 1 12
years he -worked as an electronic
design engineer for such compa
nies as WesUnghouse, General
Motors and Stewart Waf ner. v
y.-- : a - Y 1 -.'.
Called to active duty in '1941.
Earl served m the French-Moroc
co, Tunisia, Mapies-rogia-, Kome-
Arno and Southern France cam
paigns during the war years 1942,
1943 and 1944. H r later aerved
two tours of duty in Greece as
adviser tor both military and civ civil
il civil telecommunications.;:
. :f y .i
x Earl served in the Joint war
Plans Branch, G-3, at the Penta-

NOTICE!

' There is an excellent opportunity, for
I expert SEWING MAQlINE salegmen 1

at:
- contict Mr. Julio
S:N t 1I:N aja.
4th of Jaly Ave. and "IV

U U. L

I SERVICES I

The bast dinners' 'and drinks'
are 'served in our modern air-.

, oaiy norei imernacionai .--riaf
..-5'e'..Mayoii4fftrV

WANTED: Maid tot house. Y
;.work land ironing. Three days-,
y a- week; -' B ring' referoncet.
vHouse 2242 ;farr Street,. Bat?
Senate Criticism;

;YY?Y "" i 'xYssf'J'r Yf-f -YY '-''Kt,

report was? Published: t h S sM. 1 ..

State Depa-rtnient s officiala ; toM- a

the subcommittee- staff "they had v k

aireaay cnecifea "v.'itn the FBI
and were told i the f inlormation'
was .;apcurte.-''V(' tevfestoC-iw
'Yy.'"

; Sens --.Richard" jj, L.if 'Neuberger
(D-Ore and; Jacobt K. Javits v

IK-PiY) made speeches today de:.
pitting ;..th'eW stiain imprsed i on. 'fit
U.S.rCahadian '.iaiiutu.'-rJy4!.tQ-k

luuucui, .tfaviia naia u raisea ine VA

question 01 me responsiDiuty 01 5? ?

mo aenaie' jo uPervise.ltS s
committeesv')':?,,' ,''-;,!'-'"":'';- m&t'

Neubergei' 'said he 'did not quesi
tion the, subcommittee's,'' motives
but did question its judgment in
releasing the information. He ug i
gested it should have been Dnssed ;

along J tp Canada father than
inadejrpubflts'f--KV.

Aasuana repijtea mat ifN Keu- o-H
berger "knew the facts' it would r
relieve him of any doubts. Corn V
menting that Canada "has; been
zealous to. protect itself against
Communist ? infiltration," ;, hs ssid ssid-he
he ssid-he was "not reflectin? on anvone

when I say there was"a veiy
sound reason.'i
iiAA a, v,.f ii ',''?. -." ;;:-,;.. x-
The 'subcommittee 'has never.
said where it got a security
report on which It based lis state-
ments about Norman. T Eastland 1
said it does 'not have access to
the records of any security agen!
cy. He said this was why he
asked the State Department to
confirm .the. information' with
the -FBi;Tn4:-iJ;Yi'b..-.
Service
gon, Washington, DuC. from 1950
to 1951 at a member of the Gen-
erat Staff Corps.: i,,. y. -,;; (
'-ki". a C i
He Received credit during WbrW
War li ior tne Dasic and advene,
ed Signal School and the Command
aua vicneiai Mall college, -ne was
graduated from the tNav v War
College,; Tactics n 4 fetrategy 5!
Course in 1950., ..-i; jz-',
The "colonel has been- award. ;
el the American Defense
Service Medal, American Cam
paign Medal, Commendation Rib
Don with. Metal Pendant, Euro-
pean-African-Middle Eastern Cam- :
paign Medal, Worid War U View- ;
ry Medal and the National Do-
tense. Service Medal. He- Was a-
warded the Greek Distineuished ';
Service Medal personally tv ltia
Majesty King Paul of Greece in
1930. .. 1. .. :. -..y;
For a pastime. Earl, who is pari
ticularly interested in aviation,,
spends a great deal ot time in
his own Mavion airplane. He holds :
a commercial license from the U- -
nited SUtes and the Republic of
Panama and has flown through
many Central and South Ameri
can countries. . .
Upon his retirement Earl plans
to continue work in the field of e
lectronic consulting esajneering.
N. Sousa Jr.; ...
Z:M to 3:0 pja.
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THE S1TND AT AMERICAN

SUNDAY, APRIX 14. 195

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'ByOAYNOR MADDOX :.",".; ISW1 'W' Sf 1
NEA Food nl Mark. idit.r Ili :

"Quick Lome 'Morln8 Plo ' 1

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r jii! A v 1 I ith n hnnpt tn-cnsh member- ment

2-: i-ith hnme econo

Bl.l and local ichool boards, j ma ma-ay
ay ma-ay market! are helping teach good
"'i. ....ti0n.-ffers at the

AkSi ien:..e; majjWnVj
Is baeK of. this effort to upgride
youthful, eatirtg habits. Lo. Ange Ange-Ie,
Ie, Ange-Ie, -i Cleveland, St. Paul, .Pitt,
burgh, Baltimce and manr other
cities ara backing the moyementv;
' Calories.' woteins nad! minerals
oup goes to market with ame
a baUnced meal from the stocK
inwm about.quaUtjr "4-
" For ah hour or more the super super-rU
rU super-rU become, .jgggg
where thejft learnthe,- "ff?
between, fresh, f "zett andanned
fruits aad vegetables, ;MgCurt
manr paJ(a.ed-J:ke and biscuit
'ct of- meat, use H meai

bine enougu w' .7, wiin
nlay into balanced mean wiinw

the family budget,.

..'.' ;.. LnirA course in

mJ

"S'Wamphlet

pens ot m mas'"""-.

rriit! RnU 18 eraham'crackers

inf crumbs. Blend -with u cup

i-a knitw r mirearine.

BUI LClt-V Huvtw v w 1. 1

cup sugar, rress ru v
plate; chill. 1 V V

sweetened condensed milk, Mt cup

lemon juice, graiea rmc m icui icui-on
on icui-on andS beaten egg yolks. Pour
:. Pout tff whiten un-

tU stiff but pot dry. Spread .over

filling. Bake at, 42a aegreei ;

to 9 mmui.s. vuui

Jr: t)o!-tabl IStoalc5

T .... 1iit1r Af

Buy tuv V ,.-- t

bout : u-inch thick. bpnnKie meav

-. ...Mill ir 1 iiip ill, iiiuiuwuki

yuu wuwu

salt, fierce eniiro ui
with fork, Lbt eat stand at room
temperature 3(jr minute before

cookihg., siasn eages ui
u .ill rnhhari With fat. J

inches from flame. Broil, turning

only once. r-i

TOMORROW'S DINNER: Oo'lac

table steak, parsley potatoes,, can-

ned peas, ready-mix ouiscuiia, ..Dm-

(CI u Hi"--r f
lem-n-menngue.T?ie, couee. tea,

milk." r

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-HIS;,

Easter comes In swith fresh sparkle of black-and-whlte this
year.. Three of this country's top designers use the combination
With striking effect. Blaek silk costume with .capelet (Mt is
by Adele Simpson. Slim dress has .round neckline and tiny
..leaves.. Collar Is white linen; Cape -costume (center) from

Harvey Berin combines black woorsleeveless sheath with white
tweed cape that has collar faced In Mack wool, -Black silk dress
Scattered with white dots (rightl Is by Mollie Parnis, has sweet sweetheart
heart sweetheart neckline and Slim bodice. The full, graceful skirt adds
flattering softness. 'lr:v ;.; .

NEW YORK fNEA) .Fashion

in black-and-white will make '.the

Easter headUnes tnr year. -

r..1 mhSta -fill .. cnarVln S

gainst blaci as a toucH at .the

neckline ana cum. ui bjiiicuium

it's more than tnat. xi may d
,hit HarVpf or caDelet over a

afrilrinff enntrsst of white Dfint Or

dots on black; backgrounds' i' rf

aimer way, n wiu do snarpen snarpen-ed
ed snarpen-ed by the use of gleaming black-and-white
accessories, .; ?, ;
v & J v -f.

there TwiH be '' shining "patent

leather pumps y and handbags.
And, for the first time in 1 many

black 'sheath. ,J Or it cart' be the season, white shoes will walk

p- uaiy r in me easier" psraue.
They will have a dash of black for
contrast, either in stitching, in a

ijat dow or ine neei. .:-

Chiffon will offer one 01 tne ma

lty white touches. It s used In

soft, dressy blouses tor oiacic wooi
suits.' It 1U0 appears in flowing
ties at the neckline of sleek black
suits and dresses. , .' ".

weventlon. eamvainb. Iooke ever reeatf .for:JniUor rowi

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NBA 9TaTT QrrpfKi-nr v r.

WASHINGTON (NEA) Moth

ers, we might '. have something
here. Uncle Sam may be the best

baoy-siuer ana occupational ouuei
yet. ..' .
Frnm tnta in tppn-affpm. the U.S.

government offers .more free acti

vity than a tmra-graae rnytnm
hand. Anrl it casts next to nothing

that is, for the kids.

As taxpayers, we neip unuer-

wnte some of the. programs. So
lefs take advantage of them.
For example, ii your six year year-old
old year-old on the verge of a tantrum?
Relax. Tell him he can become a

bona fide Junior ; Forest Ranger

with an honest to-gosn member membership
ship membership card from" Washington.
It fnW nn mnm than a SimDla

letter for your child to Join the

happy throng 01 lire preventers

and soil conservator! wmcn is. al already
ready already 850,000 strong.

IN -PACT, harrassed officials at

the Agriculture Department are

receiving membership requests at

nta nf 1 a riav.

Maybe the terror 01 your nouse nouse-hold
hold nouse-hold doesn't 'aspire to this sort of

thing.'Then direct nis laiems w

urarri th TrpARiirv ueDsrtment

m - . TI..4

ine kj.o. savings ou ,T ,T-inn
inn ,T-inn ln-rlrf with certificates Of

merit for kids who do an outstana-

.. TPAit Vtn hA-, fual flittf ttlA

black-and white -combination al-

wavf needs lust a Did 01 color

there are many ways of achiev
ins it Mnst women: find': that 1

.1 . 1 1 JA 4kA 4w1mL.

Iiuwcr oi. iytu wm uv me uivk.x ; V r ,1' 1 ...

. Make-up for black and-wnite ing jod oi icuinj iu dvi.

counts, as. coioritreno. w.,-- ...

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year it will be clear, pastel make
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Up Wild juav uuil .VI Tiuim.r

- BYJ3AILE OVGAS 1 ? "' ly feminine, so much so that they
NEA Women's Editor sometimes defy a. strict classifica
. tion. Dresses come with ; hier own
.r t 1 v m t 1 4-lrt ..it ir. -I if t

Pelegance of Easter's dressy clothes ate dress-and jacket 1 0 0 k and
I. : .., x-.- hmt.W, kiu mini

ta ... nanannrp ii iiiri r.dN.ri ui c l.iliujw.i. m t v

' t..r,A U1BT

NEA Baauty Editor
NO beauty salon and no make makeup,
up, makeup, however good, can repair the
danmages caused by lost sleep.
Sufficient rest alone is enough to

make the difference Deiween a
haggard girl and girl who glows.
Photographic models are v e r y
cauful to get their necessary rest
since they know that the camera
is cruel abou. picking up ., the
sUghtest flaw. K ;

Your mcrror can oe as merci merciless.
less. merciless. Gradually, as time passes,
k imnlatinn nf lines and fine

wrinklra r- "uced bv lack Of

any cream known.

In order to insure souna sieep,

maira ure that vour bedroom IS

not overheated. Ifa good idea

to- air it well before you retire,
pening the windows to admit cold
ir if vou're restless, try reading

yourself to sleep. -'J

Once a wees, ai iei, irj
yourself into bed by p.m. You

might make this an evening ee

nti a hsantv rnores 1 snimiw.

manimir and taciaii. 15UI nave

the Lghts out early.

tjt irirHPAns aeem'to olaeuc

n.ariv aii mmffl in some decree

from teen-agers on up. They caa

K onnirnllaH in many wava.'

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First, there's the matter 01 aiei.

Avoid rich, oily and excessively
fat foods. Have a sensible, well-

haianrt diet with emohasis on

-,.at a-an aaiaaa. cnecse. muL

eggs poultry, fresh vegetables and

fruit.-
X'- ..nmaa rlnlineia. Wash

yiur face thoroughly in soap and
.tr rhanee the water and use

-i. M.ta- tn rin.

Viral .. .
There are preparations designed
to open the pores and lift out the
hlarkheads. Most of these come

i .r.m fnr. which is left on

several minutes. Rinse it off with
n. .1.. ani 'ma the sores with

a cleansing loUon such, af astnn-

geat. .-

uTtnir. women are the chief

-1, 1.-. 1- tin matter of sittinf

0rnu,a .
gracelessly. Most ofthem tend to

plump -tows in .ensir or on
bus or stieetca with kneos apart
..j b-a cttvtrbr- tautlv over

IC "U 1 aa -..
--m-i nn served to era-

Prrfume should be let wsy' iu. lees and a middle-

a ka.f anal Alt f lha UT3i?hL ..V.

Heat and light causa evaporation,) ert way to get a notion of the

re
full-

First

may

Sunday' past when a mannish
suit or a tailored coat was a sort

of uniform. '- t i

The new fashions .are. compieie

Sprint hairdos for the new
.cloche hats are shorter, softer
and closer to the head. This
one curves high off the fore forehead
head forehead and forward on the
cheeks. It's both easy to eare
a a ... 1

' THIS "spring's cloche hat's ? and

Chanel suits have brouzht out

ahirdo that are good company
or the hew fashions. ".?.-
They're shorter, aofter and cut
closer to the head. They're neith neither
er neither gamin nor wind-blown 'but la ladylike
dylike ladylike and feminine in the aame
way that new clothes are reminis reminiscent
cent reminiscent of the clothes of 19?0's..
tv. "r- liWa ia nnr that Sweep.

back from the forehead and curls

forward 1 prettily on the ; cneeas
It'a ideal for the new bats but e e-quslly
quslly e-quslly good when you're not wear wearing
ing wearing a hat.

The "C line is the kind of nair nair-An
An nair-An that ca be based on a ouick

hnna Remanent.' one with clear

intinn that eives both body and

curl. The result will be a lasting
' wava but one that ia not tight
tfhen you pick such a home per--.aanent.
pick the one ia 1 the right
Flreangth for your hair: regular,
super or gentle.
$ s T
J Bcaufy Tips
.
Doat try out a new hair style
for the first time just before go going
ing going to an important-asocial function-
If it doesnt turn out welt.

it's likely to spoil your evenag.

licsnt -- r j u. c- w mj
nd mar chance the scent of the T. should look is to place

1 --.-Il.l- 1.-1:"-. Irani nf a fll

penunas wiayi-i-ij

To get the most from yor dai daily
ly daily hair brush in J session, be sure
,a hnnh i tw wavs. The first i

oir.icht eliair in front of a

length mirror and practice,
sit as you usually, do. You

get aa unpleasant surprise.

Then trv suuna wua mrr.

puli,tion and draping of fabric that

IS reminiscent 01 :ae iaov .. .;
Typical of the soft touch In!
fashion is the wide Use of chiffon,

for suit blouses and for scarf
tnnnhAc finmatimaa : rhiffon-a n d-

wool are combined in a dress with

a two-piece 100K, men .oppea oy
a jlcket cut on easy lines. .
Most skirt' lines for Easter' have
been kept slim since weather in
mantf mart Af th CftlintrV Will

call for furst or,Lttle capes ai the

Icret Service.. Youngsters w n 0

eome to the pecial attention ot
the Secret Service1' receive cards
that 'officially make them honora honorary
ry honorary junior members. I

"WE ONLY HAVE a small sup

ply of cards,." says an official,
Hafinitelv not in the

r 1 s fvs n vv .--

toping for i costnme. And most cereal box-top categwr. oque
&! feel that the alin, akirt have to ,U made ?a recommend..

Une is the only one ;tnat iooks rigni --- r -- htt

with a tnle a fur- lacket or a

capelet.-
1 Tha Hro.nv fabrics of this Eas

ter emphasize the soft silks, tht

rr kin. who ara somewhat old

fVi r' 'a widB rinc of ODDor.

. Uimifiaa in a ripiiltiiral activities.-.

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rne u.s. uiuce ui. uuwiu

ilVrim Future Farmers of A

"ErZa&ttimi emphasize, the edu

worsteds.

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The soft and dressy Wok of elotbea fer It Saaxiay. 1J57. is
clearly shewn In theM three desiftis which loclade a ajtit. a
drr-a and dress with jaeket There's ohort entaway frcket
(left! for this ..rt by Be. Zmektrm. Jke tMt
beife-ad-white checked weel salt is keightened by a white sitk
blae with bow. PaJe beige Uk erepe aitenMoe 4rtm. UUal

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lr an Csier bnntch. lias rewtle draplag. There's a shalWw,
scooped eekll- t this Adele Slaspaoa itaifn. Waist-leactk
Jacket lends a salt look to this 4mm of gold kenincboa twoed.
Dooiroed by Boxaoe. Kiln drcas has scooped neekli- u4 short
sle-. Opw Mecktino of Uo jMkat tiled las arttk ecart of
gold eMSoa ia tw e atadoe. :

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- .i. rir Ymti rinrn. brushinf. ..ik., aait if ou I ke. feet cross-

from the scaip-tOOe very ends tl u,e ankles. But doat justj
ior 100 strokts.The second is plant your feet flatly en the floor j
brushing f ro-1 the scalp 10 e Wau-. thi-. too, is tjnersceful.
ry ends fr 100 strokes. The sec- ri are one slipMly in front of the,
ond is brushing your hair into, other if you don't lik the noUoB!
plsre to po'..h it. of cfirg them. I,

P. A. CLAS'

iIFIEiDS

cational end of agriculture. Merii'-,'
bers must be boys in public hlglT""
school who are studying jVocatio!'
al 'agriculture. They do ftav 't -1
pay dues, -which are 10 cents t."
year, Today there are 9,000 hap"'
ters and over 832,000 Tmembers. v,Mf
Then there are the 4-H CJubs a!Io".r
over the country which are aidedW
bv the Federal Extension Servfe

in addition to states. and couptiiej.'4,
More than two' million boys nds.v.
girls between the ;ages of 10' and,!;!1"

il Deiong, ana unqietoam spenwt
at least 20 million dollars a ve'sl'';'":

on them, v according, to one tttinvr

;mate at tne Agricmture; -iepars'r,

AIR MINDEDTEEN AOEtS;
can' keep plenty' busy in the, CivU.th
Air Patrol Cadet youth progranv-n.'
1,'a -- tA ant, ai-1 .I,..!'"''

tween 14 ana wwno .ja an. Amen .ss

lcan citizen and, of good ; moras.f.

He or She must take, a aerioufv
course of stady in the basic fun-, (
damentals of aviation and attwvt
meetings once a week for drills;
and instruction. ; CAP cadets can
buy and, wear regular (Air Force-
uniforms with their own' inslgnial,' M'
They're alsd prov'ed with arv im-
pressive membership and identifi- ".V

cation cara. aaie mere ,ar, a a-bout
bout a-bout 50,000 cadets. ':- ; : IT,
Another Air Jorce auxiliary is
thes Ground Observer Crops which

is optfl 10 anyone is or over wno
qualifies ijt a sky-watcher.,, A 1
t This iar a ar '.ry. h 0 w e v e )tf

from becoming- a t Junior Fotest A

Ranger. '.y'Tv--!" i
"All voii have to do is be old "'

nough V write a letter." explains

William nuoer, aireciui.oi me pimun
gram. "Address it to S mo key
Bear.' I'd like i become-a JuniotU".

1 Forest Ranger. ', '- :; V--' '-'

we get everytning imaginaDio.T,;,
from children," adds Hu b e r.--.

'Thev send picture, of themselvest iv

I cards, drawings, t lollipops -ena v,.'

long letters to smoKey ea..- r
See the possihilitiesr parents?- ?

,A Woman Can't Explain Kow
' She Knows Certain Things

A WOMAN can't explain to a

man how aha. knows:

Within a few dollars how much

a tonman naid for a Oress Without

ever haviny seen the priie tg.

That a woman a nair is noi us
natural color. -That
woman is lvinc about

her age even though a man would

readily accept aa tact ue age ane

going ny.
TKaf a m iaX pnunl who are

being extremely pleasant to each

other la punne neveruieiess were
"a- .! 1 L

having a tignt Deiore mej ku

home.

That the living room a woman
taking credit for having put to

gether was actually done by a

high-priced decorator.

That a woman she has just met
isnt to be trusted.
That a dress another woman Is
wearing waa made by her own
bands. .1 ''",
Just what ingredients w ertt Into-
the dressing on a restaurant aa
lad.'
THE SIXTH SENSE
WHT every woman in a crowd crowded
ed crowded ro,. is wearing, without seem seeming
ing seeming to pay any partirular attention.
. What is being aaid in a conver conversation
sation conversation .eing en near her,-ee
tbotiih she seems engrossed ta the

one she is in. .

Whether a man is in love m 1 in

his wife, even though she hardly
knows the couple.

That two women woo a eon.

utterly e'.arming U eack other
are actually at odds. -. -
.., ka k,.han wa has been

pretending to listen to her nasal

beard a wora soe ns 1
Women just seem to hsve a
sixth sense that worts in auck sub-

- win

I tie ways they cant explain iff

They just know, that' all. 7

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BEAUTY TIPS

Ka an iHar kn nnck mora fla-

moroua your dark glasses msy be
than the spec you wear during

business hours, dont m them
In- M-afWina TV Tlark -Taca

a harmfut to the rrn whan

i r,,.i i-. i o k eooj 1

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Easter Sands y aad tk lowered
kat keloag tf elber. This great
kic keaatUiti kat by Lilt?
Darto is iiteraDy a koaoaet o
spriaf kowors la re. Ua
white aad kloe. Dreos with son
tfrapiaf aa4 wrapped ait"J
is a Coil Chapaiaa 4r. Skirt
Is slim. She wears a w- ak '"!
Imh Im kilter aa ideal to

ptaf lor skorV-sle-rrd drew!

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Easter Style Show Features
Tots, Teenagers; Grown-Ups
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THE STORY: Quail instructs Strunk and his

5 gang to get off her father's ranch, and forces them at
3 gunpoint to head back to town -on foot. The range

I crooks get logeiner 10 pian ieir,jicAi muye.

xxvi

I,' TWICE within three miles Final

'''with a hand clamped over the gew gew-lns
lns gew-lns nostrUs while flitting shapes
udded over the ridgetops. In In-lU
lU In-lU .larnied by this activ!-

tv he -abandoned his idea of go-
in through town, anghng direct direct-'
' direct-' ySnow fof the Apache ranchena
Those bucks he had seen were
Certainly on the prowl. The soon
t he got to Taunee he better

' His cauuon u.i
''tnoved deeper into the wilds of
P reservations. The least care-
'lessness now might cost him h
life and he was not minded to
see that life out for nothing.
He kept to cover wherever he
'could, afraid of the low spots and
ot brash enough to chance sky-
- 'lining himself where the going
-Vould have been easier along
- 'the hogbacks and nmrock. He
had lived around Apaches too
long to regard with anything but
sober respect their skill witn na-
.live weapons, In his father s time
" survival had 'depend&d on a white
man's ability t0 match and ex exceed
ceed exceed wherever possible the rea
.man's wily stratagems. Jim could
' handle knife or tomahawk. He
had spent hundreds of hours un unraveling
raveling unraveling trails. As he. rode his
eyes were constantly busy, prob-
.ing, assessing and storing each
hit of knowledge of this hard land
gave up.

- 'He read each darker snaaing
' where bent blades of grass no
' longer caught light and where
'i other grass had been recently
" bruised. The rim of a moccasin
- in sand or dust could tell Jim as
much as i printed page. In His
father's day this kind of know -ege
was the prerequisite of con continued
tinued continued existence and, though rus rusty,
ty, rusty, Jim had not forgotten it. Apa Apaches
ches Apaches were moving all over this
country. Scouts these were, Chu
lch's eyes and ears. When dark
came Final took to. the ridgetops
. for safer travel. Although most of
the time he could- not see a
rope's length ahead of him there
' was still "enough light for him to
study the ground. He was down,
t rading the horse now, its shod
hoofs muffed with the cloth of
shirt. Jim's head swung con
jantly, his glance never still.
Though he was going to the Aoa

tfies it made a difference how he
, got there.
:4m '
HE was plaued by doubts,
ffyawed by worries, filled with
xdisquiet each time his thouehts
leaped beyond his grasp. What
, aaranteeg could be offer these
,,'jfoople? There was nohina in
tne governor's pardon which
uld help him. . just a scrap
ipaper but the Territorial Seal
wan on it. To a man who couldn't
i 1e'ad. ...
t If Strunk could arrange to pro

vide forbidden whisky he could
deliver rifles.' And the tribe was
expecting them. "When we get

rifles--". Chuleh had said. '. yy
Why -hot go -to the post, have
a talk jvith the major? Camp
Grant was too far away. Time
would not wait. Nor would these
Indians once Strunk had armed

fthem.' Major Berkley would de

mand facts, and even if Final
concinced the man, Berkley's Yel Yellow
low Yellow Legs would never, get close
enough to be any use to these
misguided people. Probable

wouldn't try to be; in Berkley's
book the only good ones w e r.e
dead. Strunk was closing in now
as this killing of Roup testified.
In a matter of hour if the man
had his way this country- would
be plunged into a maelstrom of
butchery.'
And ther was no good think thinking
ing thinking of Quail. She was out of his
life ho matter what happened.
This bridge he had crossed as his
trial and burned back "of. him,
There was no place for her now.
He was the pawn of Joe Bob, a
man he could not trust. Danger
was a taste in Jim Final's mouth
but his hackles did not ,tell him
whereabouts disaster lurked.

er show emotion should have seen
the look on Chuleh's cheeks. With

an outraged shout he flung about,

wildly glaring so riled "every mus

cle of his body seemed to swell.
But Final beat him to the pitch.
Snatching the knife from the sub sub-chief's
chief's sub-chief's belt he stroke across f to

the torisoners. Chuleh's followers,

angrily muttering, fingered their

weapons and sent wondering looks

at the man who would lead tnem

Final cut the soldiers: loose nd

came ,back. cigaret dangling, to

face the wrath stirred up by this

brashness. He looked directly at

Chuleh. "Give these Yellow Legs

back their ponies and equip

ment.'? A '' r

THE stillness pushed against Fin

nal like the weight of a hand. But

vou wouldn't have guessed he was

scared by the look of him. "Loud

Mouth.'' he said, pointing the

knife at the sub-chief, "talks l

war and paints hhis face, encour encouraging
aging encouraging the young men to "false
dreams. Taunee knows: a nd has
told you nothing can come of this
but death.
."Chuleh has promised you v ma

ny rifles. If you accept and at attempt
tempt attempt to use them I thik, pretty
soon, there'Jl be no -more A p a a-ches.
ches. a-ches. Have you forgotten the, great
chief .Cochise? Have you forgot forgotten
ten forgotten what happened to Gerommo?"

Chuleh's eyes glittered wicked

ly. "You make heap big palaver

FINAL heard the drums a n U-now. vou fieht!" He yanked the

shivery chant of voices hefor. he war ax from his belt and hurled

caught the wink of their fires, it ? at Final's feet.'

Cold all throueh he tied tho hnrcpl Final kicked it contemDtuouslv

wnere .it could be seen come day into the re.
light and cautiously, advanced 1 ...v?i..

Against the .bright ; lean of Chuleh's face was livjd. He

windfluttered: jflamcs.f;, the dan would have flung himself bare

a. "preview of Eaater, fashions fit
A style show given recently at
the VJ".W. Post Home; in Old
Cristobal. Sponsored Joy the La Ladies
dies Ladies "Auxiliary to Post No'. 8876.
the show was nut: nn with the

helnof representatives, of other

Atlantic side organizations

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Atlantic siders were treated to, bers of the; family (except dad

pied silhouettes of dancing Apa-

ines invomo :at;,neeper d r $ a a
than Jim had ever known. Where
the light fell, upon thtm he could
see the sweaty gleam:, of paint
smeared bodies;. Ie' stood watch-1
ing severaj moments' from the
cover of '; thicket, then ttnt
back and got the horse and rode
it boldly into the firelight. There
was only one way to show up at
this dance if you figured to leave
still wearing your hair.
They were dancing all right-i
the real thing this time. The me medicine
dicine medicine man was shaking his rat rattle;
tle; rattle; every warrior in sight was
stomping and hooting. The voice
or. the drums increased its frenzy
gradually falling away to a sav savage
age savage whimper: The rhythm be became
came became weirdly, insufferably provocative,-
insinuatin itself into; Fi Final
nal Final s blood. His head throbbed
with th beat of it, ita wildness

caning io something

wumn mrn

handed at Jim' had the white man
not held up the knife. ''If you've
got to fight," Final said,;" "We'll
fight with this: Wrist to wrists And

if I win. these ; men go- free.":,

A spate of guttural talk welled

up. But Jim had forced Chuleh's

hand and the man finally granted.
Two braves ran forward, binding

the sub-chief's right wrist to Fi

nal's. The knife was put into their

hands: uhe braves sprang back,

Chuleh attempted to rush Jim off

his feet. Final, expecting this, fore

ed the man around the braced pi

vot of his body. Before Chuleh

could recover his balance Jim
whirled with him, slamming him
hard against the bole of a tree.
He grunted like a : clubbed pig.

But the arm whose hand was grip

ped -with Jim's about the shaft of

the knue remained as rigid as the

gleaming steel.

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primitive1 unr' woou was inrown on me
'nearest fires. Chuleh's face in the

A fiOBElins child cow T,m r flickering light showed ridges of

And old woman srr.rki ntkoJ IBtrain but no sweat greased it

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women sprang up, looking alarm-

"u sry. n pacK Of CUT Si

came at nis norse, darting .be .between
tween .between the legs of the dancers.
Two old men wheeled at the edge
of h egatherings -and drums
went still with breatheatching sud-

'.Tw when ftnal first '"saw.

xncy were bound hnrfrtlo

jto; one side between Tun e e's
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shadows lay vblueblack as smoke
anor-the lea Din? fla

only bra"ss. buttons, and, here and
there, the bright streak of a saber
case.
Cavalry!

The voice of the crowd was like

the roar of distant surf, but there
was change there too in the howls
of Chuleh's partisans, in the a a-larm
larm a-larm creeping into the lengthening
faces of the captured patrol.
Sweat was in Final's eyes. He
had to give ground to get away
from that knife. 'He gave, ground
but the knife came after him.

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FINAL swuns off th hnro A

pushed his way deeper into the
glare. An old man barred h i s
way with a lance. Final took the

ming ana, breaking it, tossed

uoin piece mio the flames.

wouia take big medicine to
this off.

He stared with scorn into the
glowing faces. He saw Taunee,
with his eyed like ebony, his dark

ice ime stone in its wrinkles;
and yonder, making toward him,
the hate-twisted face of Chuleh.
A misshapen gnome of a man
stood nearby, in each lifted fist a
gourd vibrating like a prodded
rattler. The sun-chief was making
big mednane oo. i

rinal got the makings out of

his pants and put together a cig cigaret,
aret, cigaret, thoughtfully licking it, know knowing
ing knowing he'd ct to make this good.
"Only a child closes his eyed to
the truth."' Reaching out he took
bold of and scornfully fingered a
Uraad of the horned man's repul repulsive
sive repulsive strung-together charms. He
let them drop with a grin, ignor ignoring
ing ignoring (he growls that came out "of
the watcaers. Bending over the
nearest fire, he selected a clowlne

merry -red coal, picking it up
hi left hand.

smote puned up in a

With their legs entwined he tried
to trip Chuleh up but the Apache.,
grunting, used the momentum of
his weight to drive Jim's back a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the tree. Cold steel scraped
the bony top of Final's shoulder.
The tree's rough bark gouged
flesh from his back. He drove a
spiked heel into the arch of a moc moc-casined
casined moc-casined foot, grinding it savagely,
and saw the flash of the. Apache's

ttaelh. The pressure eased enough

for Jim to force the blade away
from hih, v
Chuleh bent. ..with the thrust of
Jim's arm and. carried them both

away from the tree. He swung

I clear around, hauling Jim with

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this gave to the Pache Final put

the drive, of his legs into the

swing, forcing the man. off
ance. -i -
They went down.

POLISHED COTTON Miss
Janlcav Brownlee. representing
the V. F. W. Aulxliary. to Post
No. 3876, Cristobal; is .pictur .pictured
ed .pictured wearing a pale green pol polished
ished polished cotton : sheath dress
with an embroidered, jacket

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Garher, ; of Cristobal ,1s pic pictured
tured pictured wearinn a. white sheath sheath-dress
dress sheath-dress topped by. a yellow bo bolero
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(TO BE CONTINUED
NXT WEEK).
Queen To Cockney,
All Britain. Hopes ;
For Eden Recovery

LONDON, April 13 (UP) From
the monarch to the man-in-the-

street, all of Britain wished Sir
Anthony Eden a swift recovery
from his operation in Boston 3,000
miles away today.'

A message from Queen Eliza-

in.beth IL sent before she returned

ibere from Pans two days ago.

sickening said: "I im't glad to know that

cloud. It had the stench of ajyou have reached- Boston and 1
branding fire. Jim's gria was, hope that your recovery there

ghastly but it clung to his face, will be rapid and complete."
He touched the oal to his cigaret,' Tough-talking Charlie Wade, a
drew a mouthful of smoke and! 67-year-old dockworber, put Brit
tossed the red ember at Chuleh's lama sentiments la, street 1 a b b-gourd
gourd b-gourd rattler. Iguage.

The. medicine man. startled. I "Look, mate, at a politician I

jerked aside involuntarily. Final,
pushiag smoke through hia nos nos-inut,
inut, nos-inut, said to Taunee arrow Chu Chu-teb't
teb't Chu-teb't shoulder, "Tell Maa-Afraid-of
Fire to turn those pony soldiers
loose. If he's, got to show- hat a
tug moose he is.- let him' fetch the

one from any father' house that

hat hia Blltl." aaid Wade.

. "Me got us into' a lot of trouble'

as prime minister. Bat 1 mast
admit he was a good iereiga sec secretary
retary secretary and be did a lot for Brit Britain.
ain. Britain. I hope be gets well scoa."
Eden's pending operation was
headline material for every news-

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we may see' what track his'paper.
to rue win make whea I cut it out The Nws Chronicle even sug sug-of
of sug-of kts lying movta." sorted that Parliament might con-
Tbom ao behevt ladlA&s nev-wier ptymi his medical bU.

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Ceddes. of Cristobal is shown
wearinc a navy blue dress
with oeeged skirt,, puritan
collar and Hue and hiie
pojta-douel cummerbund.

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FOB WAITING Barbara,
Belcher. is pictured In a two two-piece
piece two-piece blue and white checked
gingham maternity dress ac
jcented : ov scroll embroidery

and- rnmestones.

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dy) were "Worn by auitabl? mod models
els models All styles shown were taken
from regular Commissary stock.
: Young' gentlemen, ranging lA
ages from 2 to 10 years of age

modeled everything from, bath-,
iner suits (for a. beach party),
firemen red jeans (for an East Easter
er Easter egg hunt) to a white rayon

suit (for Church on Easter

morning). Little girls in can-can
slips and frilly dresses complete
with hats, gloves and purses in
miniature captured the specta

tors attention completely. Teen Teenage
age Teenage girls, mothers, and young
mothers-to-be rounded, out the
style show by "showing the. lat

est in- dresses for patio wear.

sportswear travel, afternoon
and cocktail"dressesr ".
Commentary waa by the zon

ular Betty Slaughte.of Gatun.
who appears on the TV show

"Around the Isthmus with'i-Bet-ty.''
Betty modeled an attractive

suit. At the close, of the show.

Mrs Slaughter introduced the

Auxiliary president, Mrs. Gladys
Bonzoumet who was wearing an

Auxiliary uniform. Mrs. Bonzou Bonzoumet
met Bonzoumet 'Presented Mrs;- Slaughter
with a sift from the Auxtliarv

members in aDDrtfclation for her

assistance Jn reproducing the
fashion show. Other,. persons
who contributed to the success
of the show,, were Mrs. Gladvs

Conley. Mrs. Edna Purr. Mn

Gertrudp Connard. and Mrs, Lu Lucille
cille Lucille Abernathy and Mr. Gerald
Rellhan.- of the Commissary Di

vision, Mt. Hoper r '-

uniidren modeling 1r the
show were Betti Micek. Bill Gar
per.: William "Huff man,, -Tommv
Micek. Tommy Garber, Robert
Bonzoumft, Sharyn Micek.v Kay
Strickland. Patricla White. Jtm-.

my Miceic. tJma Strickland.- Pa Pamela
mela Pamela Robertson. Bobbv Micek,

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Newcomer's .Club is shown
wearing an' outfit suitable for
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CONTRASTING MIDRIFF
Miss 6andra -Woodruff. of
Cristobal, Is shown wearing a
one piece navy, blue dress
with contrasting midriff and
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Is shown, wearing a jonquil yellow dress featuring ti,e long
- torso line.

vid Coffey. 'Alec. Livlngton and
Sarah Pritham. j s
'.Teenage models were Beverlv

Brownlee. Sandra Woodruff. Su-

san Bonzoumet- and Terrv Liv

ingston-

Adult fashions were modeled
by Jean Coffey, representing the
Beta Chapter. Beta Sigma, Phi,
Georgette Robertson ;, and Ann
Petersen, representing the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club, Judy Hakanson and
Pat Flores. representing, the A A-merican
merican A-merican legion in, Gatun, Bes Bessie
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models represented tha sponsor'

Ing. Auxiliary: Alice Garber,
Mary Livingston, Flor Ellaey,
Janice Brownlee,' Diane Geddes,
Lenore Pritham,. Ruth Belcher,

Barbara neicner. Bieanor mair,
Anita Smith, Elva Woodruff and
Betty Payne.'"
Tb committee- In charere of

the fashion show was Betti Mi-
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ITS a sign you know signs and symbols U you can
identify at leaat fifteen of the twenty representa representations
tions representations shown above. These arbitrary marks art found
in the flelda of ftnanct, math, astronomy, music,
electricity, weather, ate. Tdost ara fairly wall known.
. One or two may apply la mora than ona Bald, In
which cua other answers ara acceptable. Answers
ara listed In order of appearance from left to right

in noruonw rows.

Fingertip Fun
A- TYPEWRITER : can ba ; a
source of many amusingr
pastlmea, even for those who do
not type.
Hera Is a typewriter game, for
instance, that anyone can play,
It's-called Keyboard Charades.
Object la to portray well known
quotations, words, proper names,
etc., typographically, and then
have someone identify them.
Each charade la accompanied by
a written or oral clue. These ara
clues for examples below!
Clua Ai A famona saying de denoting
noting denoting strength of wilt
v, Clua Bt Cryptlo reply to a
wiseacre.
Clua Ct A famous group la
American history.
',. Can you figure them out?
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CAN YOU COPY ME?
ANYONE vho"$ tver tried mak making
ing making typewriter design knowt
that it'$ not easy. Xvpn wit a
pattern Ov follow' an thormoua
amount of patienct and concen concentration
tration concentration is necessary, fht design
above is a challenging example.

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Readinl Writing and 'Rithmetic Tester

TO BOLtB thie teU

tester, oroeeed as h

a crossword puezle, using
number instead at
rers for t answer.
rl atngle digit in
aevauar. T tricfc
' e jf et answers that
v will wnetio aoress and
4 own.
ACROSS
, 1 Minor point of no
return.' y
' & Paczla: Which let-
tar of tha alphabet can
' vni mAA to ft ta make 8 T

, aue: Eva ate apples and Adam, too,
but tha derU won. '
' 7; Aatroaomers now say that there ara
( planets, not
- 8. Tha century plant blooma when it
t is about years old, and then dlea.
'' 0. How many feet has each: a bedt
. yard T two fakirs T-
13. Total number of pints In tea', and
one-half gallons.
v 24. Maximum age at which ona can
ftdopt '! cUloV V:i.,-"'''' ;
' nanrw

I, X apyxlght is good for ft period of

how many years T

2. Wild geeaa atarting

at 9:w a. m. ana nytng ;
it 41 milea ner hour.

would be how far away

.t noonT ".

S, Olffaranea : between

blrdla and par, ; i& a
golf game.': :'..
a. St LauIe, Missouri,
was named tot Louis
of France. !:'! ...
0. This latter is miss
tag from the following
typlst'a practice aheet:
The auick brown fox

lumped over the lasy dog,
L a. A man's band can never be much
over inches, or it would ba a foot!
. Perm: With fevses. I've a standing
'"$sVj quarrel! '; l,'
will arriva, then or H!
11. A surveyor would ba asaoclated
with which f tha following numbers t
tT, 2, 40, 62, 60, ft ,i '---
12, Dlacover ft number that win be
doubled by adding 1 to one-fourth of it
18. How many aides to prUa rlngT
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WW Diamond Hold That Line?

rpHB, warO'diamond was tha
. anoeator of the erossword
puzzle, Here's an example that
is aesy" If not easy. Fill hor-1
aontal rowa with words to which
clues are stated below,
U X; E E
3. v E E
3, E f , E
4, E.:-E Y
5, a '.- E '. E
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1. Female of a species.
2. To Invest
8. Gourmet, connoisseur.
' Pluck up by the roots.
6Y Religious recluse or hermit'
- tv Eulogistio memoir.
, T. The night before: ;
lit') Sotj.
"ttroS 1 ")TTJS "f 'ne
..'Wg.l t Jlneaiea ;

CAN you duplicate this figure
in one continuous line? Let's
see. These ara tha rules:
1. Lines are no to be. eroaaed.
S. Lines ara not to be retraced.
S. Coroera may touch.
4, Ton may begm anywhere a
lha figora.
A aolutloa is shown elsewhere.

ONE WORD LEADS TO ANOTHER

COM E TIMES,
, when you Just

can't think of ft
word, another
word may remind
you f.'it- The
s k el e tbnized
, words ftt right
bear lots of little
; words for remind reminders
ers reminders as you will
discover, ".
' To begin, copy
each letter now
' showing in each
empty space be
low it Than,
using the totters
in. tha lower
blanks, -guess at
missing letters
and try to" form
short words to flU'
the diagram.
Each vertical row
contains the same
letterf therettre,
once a letter fits
into .the schema,
of the smaller

words, there Is ft good (Shanes It
will fit into tha key word.
It ten't necessary to fill to aH
the smaller words to ascertain
the key words, hut tt is interest interesting
ing interesting to see how many smaller
words the larger words comprise.
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Tricky TbirtySeven

TrHrRTy-SBVEN is an odd fig other flat surface,

1 ure in mora ways than one. He places the.

If multiplied by 2, or any mui mui-Uple
Uple mui-Uple of S up to 27, the product
which resulU always ta expressed
by three similar digits. Thus: i
87 X alll
IT X
87 X MS
87 X U n 444
' 87 X W ass 6M
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CARE TO MAKE A BET?

PfJERB re
soma bets you
can make with
almost certain re
suits.; For ex example:
ample: example: :'
A bettor places
three coins in a

row on a table or

middle coin so
that it la slightly
closer to ona of
the outer coins
than to the other.
Than he aska
someone to point
out the two coins

which ara farthest apart "Wanna bet?" ha inquires.
Opponents generally pick out the obvious pair.
In which case they ara wrong, of course. The two
coins farthest apart ara tha two outer coins the
ones at the extremities. :'

TravetRbyma to Test You A MATTER OF GOING TO EXTREMES

'A Lb snlsstaf rhyme words balow are wunes of
t means of truupoxUtlon, Each rhymes with the)

last word in the proceeding line.
fefcw quickly ean you fill to tha missing words T
The $ait that Stanley went ta Maine,
Be chose to travel there ay - w :
' Although he'd never make a fuss
If he should have ta go by v
' Stanley wrote this tn his notet
-Seldom do I take oj -.
Once m Maine, e alio said, V
Be rode a distance on i
' Far ftis return, he seemed to feel t
He'd travel tn dad'e p
If you were going up to Maine,
, You might prefer ta take
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Key:JnNtx-j.;Tim One
rTNr) tha key to tha following eompuUUons and
r 'tha reat Is easy. Caa you decipher tha mdi-
Tldual statements T -. :'l ;
l. Ona thousand, two hundred, nothing and ona :
la bound to give you plenty of fun, ,;
t i 2. From five take five and leave contempt
t & To ft half dozen add six and five hundred show show-tog
tog show-tog a result that la clear, lucid and glowing.
.4. Ona thousand, fifty and ona arrange to be a
fruit on mart or change.
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OUR artist has made it appear
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diagram above ta at least as big
aa ft house. This is ft matter of
perspective, aa you win discover
when you fill to tha missing lines.
But can you make head or tall

of the figure's identity aa it now

stands T Take ft guess, then see
for yourself,'
. To complete the outline, draw
a continuous Una from dot to dot'
consecutively.. That la, begin at
dot and ftftBoaed to dot 2, 8, ate.

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discovered some
other answer or a

variation of this.

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missile shown

in the diagram at
right is triggered,
, to axploda at tha
- point marked X,
which represents
restricted tar
fit aoaa. Can
yau guide this
t device so that it
will ., reach this
' area without incl incl-.
. incl-. dentT Of course,
' this means that
' you must follow
' the shortest path
i without crossing
T lines or tunning
into dead ends
x Tlma limit!
three minutes.
For a oompett
tlon between two
. or mora persona,
havaaach bi turn
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grate with tissue
- paper ,'aad sse
who can complete
the test fastest

, A clock, or watch with a second
i hand la suggwted for keeping

v'SvtMtS POM a certaia run Joha Dough took .wa,
- a sharo ooint third and put la its place SM. From the resulting
. .J!w- vl. sum, he took away one-fourth, and put $70 to its

jv wr BiAea. Then he bad I180l Oririnal eum u whetf

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tha spaces, according ta the foi foi-lewtng
lewtng foi-lewtng color Indicator! : R atanda
for Red. B la for Blue, and Qr
for Green. T deeignatea Tallow;
V, Vlotat; ER, Brown.

What Time Is It?

SEE If you can solve this with without
out without taking out your watch:
At what time between aU and
seven o'clock are tha two hands
f ft watch or dock together?

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to lung Solomon for the tarn
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14 Also called Hebron (Josh. 21:
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15 Narrow board.
18Scent - -'
17 Tense of be.
18 What peoples did Epbralm al al-'
' al-' low to continue to dwell in
' Geeer with- the Israeli tae T
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20 Blackbird.
1 21 In what manner.
23 Imited. y '.
28 Compass point abbrJ
S4 Trrenmcal ruler.
2ft Simon's surname (Acts 10J)
2ft VenUlate.
2 AflinnaUve.
80 Stoves V -a'
Hypocritical talk. L
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87 Dnvce back.
M Grempua :
8 What did the Eirptlani de be be-eauae
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42 -Chirped.
44 Bombycid motha.
4 Biblical pronoun.
4 Ancient chanot
47 Astern.
4 Carestive touch.
44 fhort, sin pie eir.
81 What ts the 17th book ef the
. Old Tertaroentr
M Room in a harem.
87 Ina
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89 Son ef Jeiher (1 Chr. 748)
60 Act of transmitting money.
68 Standard.
4 Potltive pole.
45 All countries came to Joseph
in Egypt to buy what because
of the lamincr (Gen. 41:57)

: 86 Religious ceremony.
67 Unaspiratea,
68 Pay attention.
' 69 The 80th book of the Old
Testament
VERTICAL
1 Son of Nathan (1 Chr. 248)
8 Goddess of peace.
v 8 Courtesiea
4 Short for Nancy,
, 8 Type" of cravat -'
6 Type of hammer. ." i
7 light brown.
8 Loeee freshnees.
8 Moved with moderate, assy
sail op.
10 Son of Cad (Gen. 48:18)
11 Specks.
12 Towa in Iowa,'
18 Demolish. --
19 River-island.
- 21 Mount on which Aaron died
(Num. 20.23)
25 Into what was Ahwlnrn cast?
(1 Sam. 18:17)
74 Become Stocty.
27 Knock.
29 Personal
81 One of the bordering countries-
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82 Mirth.
11 Being.
84 Bishop naatla
IS God ef war.
a He to lore (1 John 4.8)
I 27 Thing, in law.
89 Arbitrate.
. V In rm manner.
44 Child; come. form.
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45 Make laea edging.
47 Make fast to something.
48 Greek letter. r,
50 Heavy explosive.
51 Revise.
52 Muse of lyric poetry.

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68-Sand hilL
68 This king ef Judah saerlflced
to carved images (2 Chr. 83:22).
68 Land measure.
61 Cyprinoid nsh..
62 New Testament spelling of

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York's Bronx zoo peer-out at the cameraman. The dingo is supposed to be a wild :
dog from Australia,, but they Jook friendly. In the, wild state, though, the' adult
dingo is regarded as treacherous and dangerous when approached by an enemv'.

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rpOYLAND, as adults well know, is a, place-where the imagination -of children
- dwells. Throughout the year, but especially at -Christmas time, they come
face to face with -the dolls, cars and stuffed animals that populate this land. Here'
is a sneak preview of some of the toys that will 'be popular, this year. They're on
, display at a New York Toy Pair. That Hobo Mutt with the whimsical expression'
is expected to be one of the top attractions. The Sky Sweeper brings the guided
missile unit into the home. The gunner sights object' and; adjusts knob until his
trajectory is correct. That satellite launcher actually tosses out flying 'saucers.

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hard work. He lives near city of Fairbanks, Alaska.

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an atomic exposition In Philadelphia.- Atomic-pUe even though his handlers are these pretty gals. They're finding that it takes a
simulator duplicates a pile's operating characteristic. "lot of push to move one ef them. The whole gang is oa the desert near Tucjoiv
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By RALPH K. SKINNER
We left earlv for our trio to the

interior and took the ferry to a a-void
void a-void a possible wait at the bridge.

On the ferryboat, there was a
scissors grinder who had his e-

quipment at an integral part of

tut Dine

As we took a oicture. we asked

how far into the interior he was

headed, and learned that he was

only visiting t on Kobbe.

50 far as 1 knew. that was the

onl, bicycle picture for the day,
but I. was. -wrong.' :i.iyi:.::M

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Midway between Arraijan and

Chorrera, we passed a chap on

a bicycle which was loaded with a

heavy pack. It had a Panama flag

and an Indian flag, me man pe

daling it was obviously an Indian.

Getting a uttle ahead, we took

a picture when he came near us.
He stopped to talk. In talking he

mentioned that he had a ticket

for air travel from Davd to Costa

Rica, for three days later. He

wanted to know how far it was to

David and could he pedal it in
three days. 1
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tance was over 290 .miles. It was

Out of the question to pedal it.

put it would not be difficult to get

a lilt from some truck going all
the way through, especially if ho
was willing to pay a few dollars,
I explained.
At this point my wife thought

it would be nice to give him a

lift in our car part way. I demurr-
ed. Not because "I wasn't willing
to give the chap a lift, but be-

was going to fit into the trunk of
our still somewhat new car.

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ist, Tourist, as he-, termed himself, has
traveled some 80,000 miles sine
leaving his naitve town of Chas,
India, in 1952. H$ trip is to con convey
vey convey a 1 message or- peace, ? truth,
non-violence and V mutual under-.
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-;f ,, hind the Iron Curtain. That's more

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well, but he had a few humorous
departures from normal vernacu-

Ui lar. One of these was his habit .of

; rerernng to cities as "towns"
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' in New York he had been given
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fl trip. But, we vere talking world

cycle tours too rapidly to get.
chance to suggest I would like "to

poke around some small villages

ou tne main road. '..

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tnis long distance cyclist at. An

ton. just before we hit the road un

der construction to Penonome. It

was hard to tell who was most
worried; Jaiswal or myself, as his
bike banged up and down against
the lid of the trunk. He got a lift
of some 75 miles,. but be surely

breathed easier when he discov discovered
ered discovered that his bicycle and heavy

pack could be reassembled In An

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En route, at-Caplra,I saw the

first horse-drawn wagon I have
even seen .closer than Penonome.
I wanted to take a picture but did

not, but it proves that Panama is
getting ahead. Usinsr : carts and

horses. -.

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.DISCOVERIES
By Vernon Watkins
The poles are flying where. the two eyes set:
America has not found Columbus yet.
Ptolemy's planets, playing: fast and loose, c :
Foretell the wisdom of Copernicus.
Dante Calls Prlmum Mobile, the First Cause:
Love that moves the world and the other stars.
Great Galileo, twisted by the rack, '
Groans the bright sun from heaven, then breathe It back.
Blake, on the world alighting, holds the skies,
And all the stars shine down through human eyes.
Donne sees those stars, yet will not let them lie:
"We're tapers, -too, and at out own cost die.'
The shroud-lamp catches. Lips are smiling there.
Xes flammes deja?' The world dies, or Voltaire.
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Swift, a cold mourner at his burial-rite,
Burns to the world's heart like a meteorite.
Beethoven deaf. In deafness hearing all,
Unwinds all music from sound's funeral.
Three prophets fall, the litter of one night.
Blind Milton gazes in fixed deeps of light
Beggar of those Minute particulars,
Teats lights again the turmoil of the stars.
Motionless motion! Come, Tireslas,
The eternal flies, what's passing cannot pass.
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'Solace in flight,' old Heraclitus cries;
Light changing to Von HUgel's butterflies.
Rilke bears all, thinks like a tree, believes,
Sinks in the hand that bears the falling leaves.
The stars! The signs! Great Angelo hurls them back.
His whirling ceiling draws the zodiac.
The pulse of Keats testing the axiom:
The second music when the sound Is dumb.
The Christian Paradox, bringing its great reward
By loss: the moment known to Kierkegaard.

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SOMETHING'S IN THE WIND Surer than Use Srst robin, skates afoot Bre a sign that
' sprinittime is making her first tentative advances. Jimmy, left, and f'Skeeter", Ward, of Kan- v
as City, Mo.r take advantage of a break in tb weather to go sail-skating with the aid of an-.
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Washington This column has

sometimes reported now wives

unauthorized to take official

trios took them anyway.

The recent case of Mrs. Kevin

Carroll, who took an unauthor

ized trio through the ; wildest

part, of Iran, resulted in two
traxedies:

1. The murder of herself, ner

husband, and Brewster Wilson,

toRether with two Iranians.

3. The resignation of the best

friend the United States has hi

Iran. Prime Minister Hussein
Ala. :

The three Americana were

murdered in an area known for
its banditry. No one goes there

without adequate protection.

Dit Hii, the throe AiMri AiMri-UM
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arm aod IraauMt foaras; aad Ka-
via Carroll had oa aatiiMU lakinf
a vooofl aod hoaatifiil wife ondar
aav circamfaacat.
Ska did oat hateog to lha afK.
clal imoactiart oarlV, aha bad aa
aaiaeaa oo the trio, and bar orct orct-eace
eace orct-eace aaiy ravrred SraoUa.
Therefore, the tragic ambush

and murder was not entirely the

fault of the Iranian government.

Nevertheless, the U.S. Embas

sy in Teheran delivered such

harsh notes to the Iranian gov government
ernment government that Prime Minister
Hussein lost face and was forc

ed to resign.

He haDDens to be the most so

lid and able of the nro-Western

leaders in the Arab world." is

considered a key to the success
of the Eisenhower Doctrine in

the Middle East, and was busy

negotiating a series of anti anti-Communist
Communist anti-Communist defense alliances at

the time he was forced to re

sign. '

While the murder of the three

Americana shocked the world.

the American Embassy, accord according
ing according to informed diolomats. was
not Justified in forcing the loss
of a friend like Huiwetn Ala at a
time when the Middle East Is
the world's No. 1 diplomatic hot
spot. -N V- '.-
It appeased nubile oointon in
America, but did not helo the
battle against Communism.
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Wilson may not know it. but his

onetime competitor. Chrysler,
has been comoeting with Gener General
al General Motors right under the nose
of the man who used to run
General Motors. '
At Newark. Del, the Chrysler
rVirrwMratlnm mi nnrot in a

multimillion-dollar mlUUry tank

plant for M-4S tanks for me
Army and the Marine Corps.
The Marines claimed the tanks
weren't fit for combat and the
contract was comoleted. but not
-viewed. : .'
at, thaath Onalar flat a hiff

tax Vrite-aff ham Unclo Sam an
tha graunt that thia alaat wat far
military purpesai, Chrysler h now
uiina tha plant to ammbla Ply Ply-month
month Ply-month cart,
- This fact, which will undoubt undoubtedly
edly undoubtedly Interest the former head of

General Motors, was unearthed

by eagle-eyed Congressman Chet

Holifield (D-Callf.. during a

hearing by his Military Opera Operations
tions Operations Committee. ?
"You do not Jmow then wheth whether
er whether Chrysler got a autek write-off
on their plant or not?" Holified
asked Gen. Jean Engler of Ar Army
my Army Ordnance.
"I do know that Chrysler, at
the time they buift the build

ing.' applied for a certificate of

necessity, which was a tax a

mortizatlon write-off provision.

and that .they were -granted a
certificate of necessity." replied
Engler. . ...
"Is there any intended defin definite
ite definite use for this plant at this
time?" Queried Holifield.
Th plant at thlr time., as I
understand it, air. has been con"
verted to the manufacture of
commercial sedans."
NOTE: Because Chrysler is
using the plant for Plymouths.
the U.S. Army has- erected a
plant nearby for modification of
the, M-48 tanks. Thus Chrysler
not only got tax write-off, but
the taxpayers had to pay for an
additional factory.
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During the recent closed -door

White House conference between

the President and Congressional
leaders regarding the proposed
Constitutional amendment on
Presidential disability. Rep.
Mannie Celler (D-N.T.) pointed
out that the Vice President
might not be In agreement with
the President whom he replac replaced..
ed.. replaced..
President Elsenhower's reply
was considered significant
. "Well, this doesn't apply to
me." he said. "Die. and I are
close both personally and politi politically.
cally. politically. We are good personal
friends."
NOTE: The most recent ease

of Vice Presidential-Presidential

disagreement was that v 01

Charles O. Dawes, vice-president

under Calvin Coolldge. Dawes
was once accused of deliberately
oversleeDln during a post post-luncheon
luncheon post-luncheon nan in order to avoid
helping Coolldge out by break breaking
ing breaking a tie vote in the Senate.
' IKI'S AIOI IQUrvOCATIS
While President Eisenhower
vii nrring more money for

schools, one of his aides was tell

ing Chamber of Commerce rep representatives
resentatives representatives lust the noooslte. r
Apparently. Howard Pyle. ex ex-Governor
Governor ex-Governor of Ariaona and a

member of the 1 White Hous
staff, either doesn't read tha
newspapers or else doesn't take i
his boss seriously.
- Whan act at raaoy of about
55 Ulmat$ Chambar af Cammarco
: mambara was aramorini CanoreM
afaintt fadaral aid to aooaarion,
tbav aba arraaaao maeting with

PraaiJantial aide PvW la tha Con Con-.
. Con-. flratiienal Hotal on Capitol Hill, r r-jnit
jnit r-jnit two days sftor Eiaanhawar ba4 -mad
GOP laadart to sat babbie ..
tha school bill.''-' -' :;".'
"Ton dont think the Repub- :.
lican leaders of Congress art
very strong for the Eederal aid -to
educaUon bill, do yon?" said
Pyle.... ..'- I . v:.... v: ,.
' Apparently trying to empha
size that a Federal budget can- -not
always reflect campaign.
promises. Pyle expounded;
"I think I can talk from ex-'
perlence. Unless you have run
for election, as X have, unless
you've won and lost elections,
you don't know the facts of lift -about
blR-budgets." ?j
BILLBOARD LOIBY
When Ben. Dick Neuberger
(D-Ore.) appeared before the
Senate subcommittee op High-
ways to oppose the billboard lob-
bv. SenBob Kerr, his fellow

Democrat from Oklahoma, cross-

examined him almost as if he s
were Dave Beck. 1
; Kerr, one of the ablest cross-
examiners In the Senate, spent
one hoar quizzing Neuberger at
to why he wanted a more beau
tiful America. -

" One point Kerr kept harping
on was that Neuberger's bill
banning billboards along the
highways' would prevent farm farmers
ers farmers from leasing their land for
signs. - i
"Farmers are not In business1

to build signs." replied Neuberg-t

er "They are to business to raise
produce."- : v
Kerr argued that tt wouM cost
the Federal government' money
to ban billboards. Neuberger re replied
plied replied that since the nation was
spending $33 billion for roads, it'
would be worth a small percent percentage
age percentage of that to protect .. ."God's
country." ; 7
The Committee on Billboards

1.1 now leaning toward Kerr, not

toward "Neubereer. Sen. Gore of

Tennessee, rhalrman. U ?lnst

blUboords. Po is Sen. : Cotton -(R-NJL).
He received oulte a
visit from the garden clubs of
Nw Hampshire
Kerr, and Scott of North Caro

lina. Democrats, are lending the
drive for billboards, while Case
of South Dakota and Kuchel of

California. Republicans, are on
the f enre.
Sen. McNamara fD-Mlch.1 Is

belni? pressured bv the S'fen-

painters Union, and Sen. Rev Rev-ereomb
ereomb Rev-ereomb hasn't made up his
mind. '.. .



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THE BIG BRIAK

fate tnovea at imperceptibly at at-'
' at-' timt h tbe rivet. Iir yry
dividual'! personal history there to
decisive moment ..which deter--!
miiMt tuecese ee failure Sometime
" b) it ever a We-ordeath decision.
...For Frank Sirafra tha rnmt-k
Y tout moment cama in 'a Heboken
I roadliewse where he sang, waited
- an labia anal awept the floor all
' for the princely sum of $15 weekn...
ly, Ona evening Harry James drop drop-pcf
pcf drop-pcf In, beard Sinatra sing and of-,
farad hint a kb with his band. Six.
months btar. Tommy Doney pur purchased
chased purchased Sinatra's contract from
') Jamas. Tha pricer Dorter 'bought",
Sinatra for $115 ,

' Failure, ironically, is often the

Harbinger oi success, uwk lia liable
ble liable originally flunked 3 screen

test at MGMV Several months

later, he managed obtain a
minor-role'- at another "studio.
.The resulting, f Bcker was wlt-

" nessed by an MQM exec who

gave him a part in "The Easiest
- Way." portraying a' milkman.
When tha, film was released, ev ev-,
, ev-, ervbody wanted i to know ; the
Juiltanan's name; And a career
' that seemed, to have gone sour
suddenly turned to cream

Judu HoUidav'i Ma break in
Movlevllle was the result -of
Katharine Hepburn's generosity.
; Miss Hepburn urged her to ac accent
cent accent a minor role in her flicker,
"Adam's Rib." During the fum fuming,
ing, fuming, rumors "leaked" concerning
the amazing job Miss Holllday
was doing. The source was Hep Hep-burn.
burn. Hep-burn. She informed reporters:
"Thi Hollidav girl is stealing
the picture. She's running away
with the film." As a result of the
propaganda, the studio boss
- (wh didn't believe Miss Holll

day was suitable for the film
version of her stage click, "Born

Yesterday" changed his mind

Today. Judy Hollidav I that stu

dio's .top pjiset. And Katie Hep

burn, gave her gre&test perrorm-nce-by
acting like a, human

being".'-; .:.,

Itreat star inquired: ; "Can you
come over to Warner Brothers
to see me? Murray Kmnel tells
me you might be right for the
leading lady In my next picture,
The Man Who Played God."
. P.S.: Shortly after i the; mbvie
was released, the studio signed
her ta, a lucrative, ; long-term
contract." .
1 -' (i ry-, ''
I For Jana Wyman, tha happy wok
. tstt- C4M4lapttSteYn6ff btfeaaV pMwWHI f
i whila the was iunchina at Sardi't
with Mrs. Vinca Barnart. At anoth another
er another tabla was an inHuantiai booking 1
agaat 'who cama oyer ta Mitt Wy Wy-man's
man's Wy-man's fabfe to tay hello ta Mrs.
Barnett. During, tht brief con versa-
hW AAffloaV- ; a4yHPJ4)tt 1 CtVflHatUy. Hnr9at .
ftioned tha waa looking for an act acting
ing acting fob. Right there and than, tha
agent wrote a note af Introduction
for har te a Hollywood director.
And thus began another Journey fe
the stare, j. t"

, Carroll Baker wat touched by tn
kngef when Ilia Kazan tent fot the

script of "Baby Doll." The follow

ing week ha called and asked her.
if tha wanted ta talk about fr. Aft After
er After Mitt Baker arrived Keaanf in-aulrodr-
Whaf kind" of a girt W
Baby DoHr Talk to ma as if she
wara a Mend of yaurt.4"" yaurt.4""-.;
.; yaurt.4""-.; Mist Baker 4ecutsed -th varf--out
aspect of the character. She

than abtarvtd: "She't af mis uev

but she- dee have a real foaling
for Vacan.? (Vicarre Je tk mla
played by tlf Wallachr. Tkaf state statement
ment statement did It. Kaaaat told her-she had
the role. There were n further
discussiaaa, auditient, n acteen
test...-. ... 4 -a f- ;'X-C

, When.' iutf vlayt iis strange

music- everybody dances

Greer Carson had a typical Mo

vlevllle experience. After getting

a movie .contract she continued
on salary for .. many months

. without being assigned to a
fUcker. Finally; she stormed ini

to the borne of the studio's gen

, eral manager and thundered: "I
was terrific in London. Look at

this scrapbook; I hate the whole

picture business. I wish I d nev

er come over here. .But I wanl

the chance vou" promised me."

The following dav she was of

fered a minor role la a flmv Ai

. thouah the part was small. It

had tremendous impact and
helped make Greer-ar star In

"Goodbye. Mr. Chips."-'. v

t V The antiquated but Valid

dictum about being nice to peo peo-.
. peo-. pie plaved a. decisive role in the
Bette Davis story. During the
V early days of her. movie career
. she met a little known British
" actor named Murray Kinnel.
'. They became friends. ..After
, atxwarlnr In severl minor flick-
ers. Miss Davis notion was droo--tx'd.
It looked like the end-of-'the-world
for her.' As she wasi
v packinr for her return to New
York, the none ran. It was;
. George ArlUs calling. The late,!

-The turning point in the ca

career of Edie" Adams. tbe'Lil
Abner" star, was the result of a

carefully -eatettlated move; She

was booked for her Initial night'

club appearance In ; Toronto,

Canada. The lob paid. $100. How

ever. Miss Adams spent S1000 on

a dazzling wardrobe. The result

was a review in Variety,; which

Reelected to mention her sing

inc. but raved about her gowns'.

Among- those who noticed the

review was ; John Fernlev, the

easting director for Rodners-

Hammerstein.,, When auditions

were held for understudies in
"South Pacific" she applied for
the lob Although Miss Adams

didnt eet the Job,' she made

good impression on Femley. Sev

eral months later, he recom

mended her for the role In

"Worutrfiil Town which nut

Miss Adams name in lights.

The 'point ot resurgence for

Ingrid Bergman was "Anasta

sla." of course. It is one of the

most thrilling comeback stories
in show bia annals. The Big

Break was the consequence of a
Big Gamble. No one was certain

ot the public reaction to a nicK nicK-er
er nicK-er starring Miss Bergman. How

ever, producer Buddy Adler had
faith in her. And more impor important,
tant, important, she had faith in herself.
In the star's own words. "I was

fighting back against those who

wont let me live in peace."

She won the1 fight, she won
raves, she won' an. Oscar. And

most of all she won the right to

live In peace..
- Semctintot you gee-the breaks
" and semetimet you make them. In
the letter category there's Jayna
Mansfield. She became) star at a
result of determinatien, energy and
tha'somarkablo ability te get baa
tname teneV photo ks the pvbKc
prjnta. Ska mad a earner out af
aelf-Maaaetatien-and werked hard
at sr. Her tprlnoboard wat tha
Bsjtadway akow. "Win SnccCst Spoil
Reck Huajrotr Dunne that period,
, Miss Mentlitld bad 6 nrese agents
toiling, tor her, IncrediStr. they all
worked for free tinea eke wat a
happy, aaoperatira participant hs
every peeaa agent stunt. As Jayna
once sighed: "I lust love public re relet
let relet ions mitt I think anyone whe't
got a salable talent at all hist can't
get ale without them."
Fate' Motherhood. Ambition,

Beauty, Talent these were the
major factors in another Movle

vllle yarn with the customary

happy ending. .-.Jennifer Jones

was originally assigned -to- the

leading f emme role in "The
Country QirLThe advent ot a
biassed event compelled her to
forsake the role. The producer

then sought to borrow Grace
Kelly from MOM but the stu studio
dio studio was reluctant to make the

deal. Whereupon Miss Kelly

threatened to ault the movie bit
unless she referred permta'don

o appear in The Coon try Girl."

The resulting triumph was art artistic
istic artistic as well m monetary. It
made Miss Kelly a major star
and enabled her to win an O-1

car., w...--..-

v NEVER HAD IT SO 100D-Hungary' Olympic water polo champions of 19S2-5B enjoy a
game in the Venetian Pool of Coral Gables, F la. ,- Tha Hungarian athletes, refugees in the
- UniW States after competing in Melbourne. ; are ftn a brief vacation. No cnmplaints.

Washington News Notebook
Hostesf Disarmed Eonomy j
( : T'A WOL-Polite-Underestimafed 3 1

in

Larsea

atjr DUUtitAtf LAK&tKM and EENNKTH U. G1LMURK

Gilmora

WASHINGTON (NEA) Pa

kistaa Ambassador Mohammed

Ali'ia one of the most success

ful hosts tn town because ne

takes a personal interest in see seeing
ing seeing that each guest has a good

time and gets enough to eat.

Other evening at bis crowded.

lavish Pakistan Independence

Day reception he was working as

hard as a headwalter wno, ex expects
pects expects a $20 tip. V i

He raced to the autcnen gei

more fresh strawberries Tor a
guest who had missed them in
the dessert line .:

He paused to hold a woman's

nurse white she cut out a huge

hunk of wonderful chicken that

had. been cooked in a special

garlic sauce.

He braved the mobs at the

bars innumerable times to get

champagne refills for elderly

guests. -And he had a special

word of greeting for each person.

At too many big receptions

ed a late-afternoon gathering'
which incluaea a smau group
of high-ranking officers He was
chatting with two of the gener generals
als generals when he noticed the rest of
the crowd seemed to be uneasy.
They were all staring at him,
too.
"What's the matter." Ike
asked one of the generals. "Is
there something wrong with my
tie to cause everybody to stare?"
'To be perfectly frank." the
general replied, "the order is out
that nobody can; have a drink
unless you ask for one."
Ike laughed, "In that case I'D
just hold one." he said.
At that, waiters rushed in with

refreshments for the thirsty but

relieved crowd.

' Nils Lennartson. special assis assistant
tant assistant to Treasury Secretary
George Humphrey, taking a tip
from .his boss, decided he would
cut the budget in his own office
by canceling the special Daw-

youVe lucky to get a grunt from! Jones financial news wire

the host in the receiving line.

At this rate Ambassador All will

end uo forcing the other hosts

to start eniovine their own par'

ties. ;

An act of Congress finally dis

armed the sure-shootin Wyatt

Earn. An act of a congressional
con. that is, :

Hueh OBrian. television's Wv-

att Earn, recently visited the
Caoitol in full Western regalia
which included two prop shoot-

hv irons. ;

"Park those cannons right

hrve. podner." the cop ordered
O'BHan. with a grin, i

You're the law. podner."

O'Brian replied and passed over

the nlav guns. . '.

President recently attend-

The cost was $1680 per year

and he decided that the depart'

ment could wait until the next

day to get the same news In the

newspaper.
-When word of the cancella

tlon got to Dow-Jones in New

Tork. a representative came

screaming down to protest. But

Nils waa ready for him,, :

Dont blame me." Nils said to

the D-J man. "I already got the
idea from you people."
He shoved at the man a half half-dozen
dozen half-dozen editorials from the Wall
Street Journal the same outfit
which runs-the Dow-Jones wire
which demanded greater gov government
ernment government economy.
.The D-J man returned quietly
to New York.

Other Saturday night VI-

President Nixon showed up" at
two parties to the surprise of the
guests who had been hearlng-on
the radio all day that he was In
Walter Beed Army Hospital be being
ing being treated for flu.
He looked as if he should have
been in a hospital bed, too, but
both affairs were important, of official
ficial official functions. His own ex explanation:
planation: explanation:
"I ducked out of the back door
of Walter Reed when the nurs
wasnt looking."
He only laughed when asked
to confirm or deny the follow following
ing following story making the rounds
about his recent trip to Africa:
Seems the Vi rushed up to a
gentleman at one airport whom
he assumed was some official on

hand to greet him.
! Nixon put his hand on the'
i man's shoulder in a friendly
fashion and launched into a
five-minute explanation about
America's fight against commu communism.
nism. communism. The man listened patiently
until the VP. finished, then
said, ."I don't know nothing a a-bout
bout a-bout this communism business,
boss, I'm Just here to fix the

soft-drink machine."

A faithful listener to the
Voice of America hxlndia may
force the Voice to raise its esti estimate
mate estimate of the size of that audi

ence.
A fan there Just reauested the

full schedule, of all programs.

The letter was signed bv the

head of the household with a

listing of the names of his 4

wives. 33 children and 2 serv

ants.-

With 39 listeners to one set.

the Voice's audience count in

India may be some 33 million v.

short i

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HUSTLING ALONG This model of the OA Air Force'! scwB-M HitsUer has just been
officially shown la Tort Worth, Tex.- The supersonic bomber catrieaa detachable pod (arrow)
teaeatB the fuselage.' The capsule permit tto plane to carry eul a wider variety of miasions.

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Wbf 'AROUND THE WORLD for this Cyclist. Just acrossthe
., ferry to Fort Kobbe and scissors grinding there.
NATIVE SUGAR

(Continued from rase

3)

found dirt road of very impos

ing appearance leading toward the
sea. Inquiries indicated that there

was a sugar mill several miles a

way. So we started. The road got

progressively worse, until it a
bruptly changed from two widths
to one, and a poor one at that.

About that time, two native fish

ermen came along on bicycles.
What a day for bikes! They were
riding some eight to ten miles to
take some fileted fish to market.
They ageed that the road was
pretty bad ahead, and-there was
do sugar mill. Nothing but a fish fishing
ing fishing village on an island off from
the mainland. My Chevvie has no
pontoons, so we decided to turn
back. The road was 18 inches wid wider
er wider than the length of my car.
Under the tropical sun it was hot
anyway, but I sweat extra as I
inched the car around on the road
with faH-aways on both sides.
My fisher friends got their pic pictures
tures pictures taken and some chiclets, and
we beat them back to Anton.
A little past Rio Hato, we found
a trapiche. It wasn't what I would
have chosen, but it wag a native
sugar mill, anyway.- .
It was surrounded by cane fields.
With machetes, the older men cut
the cane and bring it to the "mill.v
This is anachine of two cylinders
actuated by a pole which a blind blindfolded
folded blindfolded horse drags around in a
circle. The horse would get dizzy
if he wasVt b'iridfolded, I got
dizzy just watching Mm. r
'iiie pressure of the two cylin cylinders
ders cylinders extracts the juice from the
cane and it is caught in a barrel.
In a nearby rancho. there U i hi;

iron pot into which the juic Is
put.' A fire is lighted of wooden
branches, and the juice is made
into syrup. When it is cooked en-
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vugii, ii is pourea into a rough
mould, carved out of wood,
r Usually te mo ld is a long slab
of wood with depressions in it a a-bout
bout a-bout the size of half agrapefruit.
The juice is poured into these
holes, and hardens. Then It (

pried out and wrapped in'leaves
for sale. This Is true Panama na native
tive native sugar as used throughout the
interior. It is not "refined"- at all!
Olher Industry alone the ro.H

included signs offered fresh-caught

. ussier ior as cents a pound. Stop Stopping
ping Stopping to picture the sign and the
vendors, we learned that "estro "estrones"
nes" "estrones" (oysters) were also availa available.
ble. available. Later, we saw more oysters
offered alone the hichwav. v ;

: It- is probably because of the
dry uason thar-so many folks are
seen along the road carrying wood
on their heads. It is only at this
time of year that the treea thor
oughly dry out to provide this fire firewood
wood firewood so easily. Some womea tar tarry
ry tarry ewraiiw loa-i on their bead?.
Running thrago, one little town,

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I had one eye on the road, one
on the speedometer, and the -third
one, my camera's eye, on two men
carrying oddly-shaped sacks. They
just didn't look like sacks of sugar,
oranges,, etc. I sensed they, were
different. Stopping to investigate,
we found they were full of. Pana Panama
ma Panama native-made hats. The price
ranged from $3.50 to $7.50. The two
men had about 100 or more. Pro Probably
bably Probably from around La Pintada,
where many are produced..

Along the road near Bejuco was
a little girl selling mountain peas.
They are prolific this time of year
and very cheap. The price she
asked was. "tres reales" (three

nickels) for each big bunch.
I didn't buy any but gave her
a small propina (tip) and some
packs of gum. Casually asking her
age (she looked about ten) I was
surprised to learn she was 14, Al Almost
most Almost 15, she added, with a smile.
In Panama 15 is the age for a
girl's debut, and in Spanish is re referred
ferred referred to as ."the flowering agj."

Because she was so close to the'

"edad florida," I asked if the girt
contemplated getting married. She
blushed and said she ws .too
young. Girls don't get married un until
til until 18 in that region, she said. This
surprised me for I truly thought
that early marriages were quite
common in interior Panama.

This girl had no shoes, a jacket t

iuiu aim iiickcw tu&ciiici wim sale
ty pins, and a stained skirt. Yet
she had a lovely smile, spoke in intelligently
telligently intelligently and alertly, and had
poise., A Hollywood movie scout
could nrobablv make a lot out of

that combination, but there being'
men around, I guess the girl will!
go on selling mountain peas in the

interior until she gets to be 18 and
"marrying age."
Homeward bound, we drove into

Campana for a quick visit. At the

first substantial bouse, we saw a
woman flipping 'something on a
batea. We thought she was letting
the wind take the chaff from a
batch of rice. .-'

Wron again.. It was coffee! On

those hillsides of Cerro Campana

tb dwellers of this little town pro

duce very good coffee, they say,

It. was nice of this woman to

go stand in the sunlight again
while I snapped this picture of ber
cleaning' the coffee. She said she

would appreciate a copy, and next

trip tnterior-wardS we U qeuver it
if I don't have to handle any world
cyclists. w" 1
Did yoii hotice that this humble
villa jo. dweller hag a stand of el elephant
ephant elephant ears as good as the patio
of the El Panamas And I'm sure
you did see the little chickens, at
lower left, waiting to see what
might fall to them. Or were they
kibitzing to get in the picture r

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and headlines. Early In the week fire which broke
out aboard a British motorship Hope Range quickly
brought to mind the tragic explosion on. the M. S.
Lisholt three year,s ago in which five people lost their
lives and 16 were seriously Burned. T'""
Tn movent a reDitition of the tragedy. Panama -Car

nal culled, all its resources, plus those of the Navy

O SOVIET RUSSIA DISCLOSED that It intends to. ft THE SPACIOUS OLYM IC Stadium, for years aban aban-suspend
suspend aban-suspend for 20 to 40 years the redemption of gov doned as the center of Panama City's ro boxing
ernment bonds totalling $65 billion. The suspension bouts, will have a flashback to the "good old days'
means that tens of millions of Russians will lose their'' tonight when the -program featured by a 13-FOund
entire savings. Every wage earner in the Soviet Union title match between 118-pound champion Melvln
is forced to subscribe up to one month's pay a year Bourne and top contender Toto Ibarra gets under way
to the annual loans." - at 8 p.m.'

The disclosure t)f the proposed moratorium was Not since Kea Top Davis or. me u.a. aeiuaieu iuuu

to act auicklv to avert an explosion. Both ships were made by Nikita S. Khrushchev, Communist Party seca er feat-ierwelght king Federico Plummer, some 8 years

carrying highly flammable soy beans. Both fires start
ed in the engine rooms. But this time, they were d'e

termined there would be no explosion.
With extreme caution. Navy and Canal fire firefighters
fighters firefighters pulled alongside the smoking vessel on
'" which the fire raged for 15 hours. Two days later,
' when Canal chemists checked and rechecked the
ship, It was towed -'to the explosives anchorage.
, And after five days of cautious waiting, the 439
v ft. long ship was being brought into Balboa for
an examination by the Lloyd's Surveyor to de determine
termine determine the extent of the damage. 1

Thirty crewmen were housed at the Corozal Quar-

retary. He said frankly that the government couia

not afford to repay the money.
- A test between pro-Russian and pro-Western
. factions in Arab Jordan approached a showdown
" when young King Hussein ousted pro-Soviet Pre

mier Suleiman Nabulst

ago, has a professional oara peen siagea at u

public s No. I sports arena.
Stubby 'Davey .Moore looked with a battered eye at
the featherweight title Thursday, but admitted

had a "mighty lone haul to get there'1 in spite of his

Hussein, who has taken a strong anti-Communist impressive upset victory over Gil Cadilli at Miami's
position, U depending on the support of his army to Blscayne Arena
make the ouster stick. "Til just keep or fighting until some day, bingo, I'll

That's

Nabulsi has the support of the Jordanian mob ele- be up there fighting for the- championship

ment, easily roused to riot by his frequent anti-West- what I want," said Moore. ; -ern
tirades k The jSpringf ield, Ohio, Negro threw everything but
For the nresent1 the 'situation was confused. One the ring posts at his Los Angeles opponent intne 10-

antinn station until word could be received from-tho thing alone was certain Jordan was nearlng a crisis round television bout Wednesday night. He had con con-.
. con-. a. v. i ..... -pi,. ,v,i. cnr..., whiph mtaht tnvnlva ltd vltpnri 1 trnl from t,h start and never let ud. i i

r.ant w Rinriair a third mate and chief steward Prime Minister Harold Macmlllan, after, an-' A nation wide telivlsion audience was disappointed

remained in the vicinity of the ship, or on it during nouncinr a revolutionary change in Britain's mil,
the entire fire-fighting proceedings. The ship was en itary system, presented to the House of Commons
route to Japan from Baton Rouge. r budget which provided for Individual and busi-
l 0 ness tax reductions amounting to $364 million a

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after heavy canvas patches were made to repair lhe that Britain must adapt its defense to nuclear warfare vorite going into the fight, but his touted speed ana
hole in her bow. The port captain is conducting an and must offer its people nerhaps the highest tax-" footwork could not matcli the blockbuster punches
Investigation Into the cause of the sinklng.The sunk-- ed in any free country some relief from pressure, hurled at him by the Ohio fighter. Cadilli proved he
en boat, owned by Roosevelt Robinson, caused some .- In Indonesia, torn by revolt, President Sukarno an- could stand up and take it. In spite of the beating,,
Inconvenience to passing ships because it was stick- nounced a 23-inan cabinet of "experts" as his-first nver went down and was fighting for, allhe was
lng out 75 feet in the channel. However traffic was move toward making his country what he calls a worth at the final bell. ,
not disrupted. Because the ship was so small there "guided democracy." L ' i 0 r-? r." "'.
was no Canal pilot aboarcL . His next step is to be the iormation of a "national The Baltimore Orioles are hoping to hear good news
v-u." r"" nil in i aw. .U4.. rriw . onnnt. their laHfnor VtU-tai

at a last minute change which cancelled plans for

, announcing the round-by-round scoring of the -out-
over the television network,. TV authorities said they
would rather try oat the system on a local basis in-

sieaa ui over a nauonai hook up.

- The same Russian ship whose transit throuch
the Canal in January brought protests from the
Soviet government charging discrimination. r r-slted
slted r-slted the Cnal again on Saturday, boun for the
Pacific.

, i. The Russian freighter' Nikolay Ostravsky was
1 expected to be given the same treatment as In u
January, with "all appropriate measures"- being a,
taken te insure safety to the waterway and to
, shipping. r A , A
-, In aviation circles, one accident and two rescues
Were listed.
The accident-prone Marine Corps outfit at Coco
Bold reported that another one. of their pilots whose
' plane developed engine trouble, took to his parachute.
1 This made the fourth pilot forced to abandon his
crlpnled plane within a one month-period. He is 1st,
Xt. Richard Gelsler whose Sky-raider attack bomber,
developed trouble about 23 miles northwest of Coco
Solo while on a routine training mission. He was pick picked
ed picked up by an air-sea rescue helicopter. i
K Two Americans were rescued during the course of
.the week. One,! Samuel Alexander, a 6 1-y ear-old log

ger from Gold Beach, Ore. was picked up after his

. council", which will control the cabinet. There were
indications that,' in the end, Indonesia would. become

. a dictatorship under Sukarno.
, Britain, in Its latest step to strengthen Its Com Commonwealth
monwealth Commonwealth by giving its colonies home rule, granted
the crown colony of Singapore a constitution. Singa Singapore
pore Singapore will be called "the state of Singapore. It will,
.have" Internal self-government. Britain will-keep con control
trol control of its foreign affairs and defense against extern external
al external aggression. 1
1 Tha chairman of the Senate Internal Security Sub-"
.committee says his group had a very sound reason
for its actions in connection with the suicide of a
Canadian diplomat, .
Mississippi Democrat James Eastland told the
. Senate today that the subcommittee's reason was ;
sound for not notifying the Canadian government1'
' of charges' against Herbert Norman. -1
: Norman who was Canadian ambassador to Egypt
committed suicide after the subcommittee linked
him with Communists. '
'.' The 'Army has scratched that plan to take Con Congressmen
gressmen Congressmen to Kentucky for a military show on the
weekend of the Kentucky Derby.'..
- Army Secretary Wilbur Brucker says he cancelled
the armor demonstrations at Fort Knox because as

plane, a Panamanian' single-engine craft landed on P It "Its serious purpose, has been so dlstort-

a peacn in jaque arter aeveioping engine trouoie.

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emplove was met by a ground search party hunting
for him in thick tropical Jungle along a trail from
Cerro Azul to Mandinga on the San Bias coast. He
had started out for a four-day trek, and when he
was not heard from, a search was initiated.
A Piatt to organise non-US emoloyes of ron-

tractors and firms operating in the Canal Zone

bronght heated protests from the companies
concerned. .h

-Announced by William Sinclair, International:
representative of the Am-riran- Federation of
State. Countv and Municioal Employes, AFL-CIO,
the -, proposal was intended 1q bring r together
hitherto unorganized employes of shipping a- :

gencles. banks, oil comples as Wea as contrac contrac-:,
:, contrac-:, I tors operating in the Canal Zone, v-.' :
." Sinclair plans to call a round-table discussion with
employers, but spokesmen of the companies expres expres-,
, expres-, ed their dlstruct of the plan, and their reluctance to
help Sinclair form the new union. ., ; ;
Canal Zone kids were jubilant Friday aa their week week-'
' week-' long Easter vacation began. Thousands of school schoolchildren
children schoolchildren put away their books and prepared to enjoy enjoy-their
their enjoy-their release from school. ,,. ;
Earthouakes and heat plague Zonians this week.
The Balboa Heights seismograph recorded a short,
. sharp earthquake Monday which was estimated to be
about 215 miles sway, In the direction of. the Pana-ma-Costa
Rlcan border. r ,
And the weatherman reported that the thermo thermo-.
. thermo-. meter almost beat an all time high with its reading
Qf 85.6 dn ring the week. Record of 96.9 was record record-,
, record-, ed pril 27, 1848. -.'-
- FOR QUICK READINOAmerican contractor John
V. Carter was shipping another load of scrap for the
Hugo Neu firm of New York, but this time the Canal
was handling all the laborers The body of a young
colored boy pulled out of the Rainbow City swim-,
ming pool was still unidentified..: Ralph Robinson,

wno aiiacKea an arresung oincer Jn La Boca, was

s The United States has added a new proviso to its
Atoms-For -Peace plan. ; And "Russia has promised
to look it over. v
!-The new point introduced at the five-power
disarmament talks In London would establish
. Vvconference of atomic-scientists from the five

- powers. They -would meet next September to work
out an international control system for putting
all nuclear production to peacetime uses. :
; :" Sources in London said the Soviet delegate raised
no objections to the plan.
. Russia has delivered another threat to one of A A-merica's
merica's A-merica's allies. ,.
v Moscow Radio warned Iceland to oust American
.troops from the Island or face a crushing blow from
Russia in event of war. - 1
The Moscow threat was similar to others recently
' aimed at American allies. .-,""
" Eighteen research scientists have spoken out a :
gainst chancellor Adenauer's plan to arm West
-,; Germany with Nuclear weapons -r
, : The scientists all of them-employed
' search plant in Germany issaed a statement.
, saying using mutual fear of the H-bomo hsi,' j
they put it, an "intolerable" way to Insure peace. ;

The Pro-Western King of Jordan has made a com compromise
promise compromise move to end the potentially explosive political
stalemate in his tiny nation.
King Hussein called-on a former top minister of
the ousted Premier Nabulsi's regime to form a new
government.
' Ninety-six Japanese were drowned today when
an overcrowded ferry sank five minutes after hit hitting
ting hitting reef -.-,.
- Shortly after the accident a search fleet rescued
126 persons and recovered the bodies of 28 vie- 1
tints from the 'inter-island ferry. ? ..
Prime MinLster Harold. Macmlllan says Britain will

not use the Suez Canal until Cairo talks between the
United States and Egypt are over. v v ;

Macmulan said British ships will not use the Ca-

Outfielder Bob Niemanre turned to Baltimore for
X-rays to determine whether he has a fractured
rltht shoulder. He was Injured while making a div diving
ing diving catch in the first inning of an exhibition game at '.
Dallas on Tuesdav. A doctor In Memphis said there is
the slight possibility of a hairline crack in the shouia-
er but that it doesn't appear serious. The doctor said
NIeman probably will be ready to play in a week but
he Orioles aren't taking anv chances. That's why Nie Nie-mn
mn Nie-mn wa sent, bock to Baltimore. v
Nloman got off to a slow start this' spring but had
a ,542 average in his last 21 times at bat.
Middleweight champion Gene Fullmer field a lim limited
ited limited workont In Chicago Tliursday and resunted spar-,
ring on Friday. ,
Fullmer did four and one half miles of road work
in Chlcae-o as he tunes up for a defense in that city ;
against Ray Robinson on May first. The champ also
went sir rounds with the heavy bag, skipped rope
ani did three rounds of shadow boxing. ;
"Fullmersn early (2-7) favorite to keep the title he
took from Robinson in January, has a warning for
th ex-emnion. The' king of the 160-pound class
rM if Robinson wants that title he will have to
'-.fight fo it. 1'e won't get it by laying back and try trying
ing trying to clinch , x
The rhamblon went on "Robinson never onened
WO so T had to fighi. under wraos last time out. Man-
ager Morv Jensen told me to start easy. When I went -.ahead.
I Just continued to fight easv
Robinson, trsining ot Oroenwood Lake. New York,
took his first day off in two weeks. The two-time
middleweight chsmDlon efshed 164 and one'-half yes yes-trdnv
trdnv yes-trdnv when he concentrated on "fundamentals."
Surir Rv exolflincrf "I s'mnly forgot the funda-
ment,a' 1n the f)rt nillmer fight. I won't make that
,ime mistake again."
.The men who ee "e Tvnnnt races in terms of
: OrotvbllitJes sv. the New Vork Yankees and Milwau
kpe Bravf probab'v will win fhe major league flap's;.
"HTh odds men moM th Yankee heavy (1-3) fa-
vorltles in the AmHran League. Mllwukee at 7-R)
Is d"eTi"oniv a slkht edge over Brooklyn (at 2-1) in

' the National League. "'...,
It's b"MevM the Ypnkw are the stwcesfc nre-
(eaor fvorlte ever Jn the nennant Derby. Cleve
lnd. osMn. Ch'naiM and Petro't pre bunched be be-.
. be-. hind the Brnn Brmhrs as the rMef onteniers at
-l). fonsm City- Ba'mnre and Washington are dis distant
tant distant Jonehoti (at 100-H. ;
Peiini M"wukee' Brooklyn, the odds men see
' ClP-p'M iD us th1'' rholc with fit. To" (6-1
p tbn fwrth ch"'"e. P'tt.eborah rTt, In t. rat-
Ip-h (t S0-1). follow by P"delDhU (-t CO-'),-.
v,ih t mw Vork and Chicago Cubs brack brack-et1
et1 brack-et1 for the cellar fat 100-1). .. .
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riven a one-year pen sentence..! A former clerk for nal even though it is opento normal traffic. He said". f. er-it iwtf..rfr t'm et the first, nw re-

tbe Canals water-division, who made false entries decision on use of the waterway will have to ct-n fr" h'.T'!''f to Prince Rainier taikmg
requesting pig lead in the amount of $6500 was sen- wait for the outcome of the American-Egyptian talks. nter. P-H PrJnes Grace "the baby
tenced to two years in the Gamboa pen He is Alfre- o r"- all the time and .changes Jn appearance every
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