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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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
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System ID:
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PANAMA; R. P., SUNDAY,' APRIL 8,'1957
TEN CTNI1

Private FirmsVJdrkihg On CZ
v Invited To La Boca
V To Discuss Unionization

:!A, spokesman for the American ,Tedratioh of Statf
County and Municipal Employes, AFL-CIO, announced' last
right that arrangements havr feeen completed to conduct
a meeting where officials of private firms idperating in th
Canal Zone have been invited to hear and discuss the pos possible
sible possible unionization of their employes. '
t' T (Letters have been mailed out by a Santiago" Graham,
recording and corresponding secretary for Local 900,
AFSCME, AFL-CIO, advising ths firms that the meeting is
scheduled to be held on Thursday, May 16,' starting at

.4:30 p.m. in the La Boca Theater ; ? 4 l

The meetinar Is belnit sponsoiv
' rl hv T.oral fioo. Harold W. Rer-r
1a .UnlrmQTi fif T.nPal QOf) Will
i 11V, bliCMilunu v mvw. vww -

, v, chair the meeting. .
s Officials of Local 007 have
" been invited to take part in the
meetine. inasmuch as some of

, the' private firms, particularly
the-contracting nrms, usually
' operate in jurisdiction of both
l Locals 800 and 907. i.
- The AFSCME spokesman' said
that all those companies operat-

f lnt? feutside the Armed Forces

, installations will fall under the
Jurisdiction of Local 900,' and

ft. Forces installations will fall un un--
- un-- der the jurisdiction of Local
.907
The spokesman f u r t b er
4 pointed out that whenever
representation bai to be made
at the Ministry of. Labor in
. Panama, Local 907, which al also
so also has a Pananu charter, will
represent .members of both
locaj unions.
'.' This particular' phase of Pan-

Alcniic Toils 1
D:n::rcj$ToPc:r.b
i Ssys AEC Ouicbl
" ASTIINGTON-,. April 27 fUP
i Atomic Energy Commissioner
- Willard F. Libbv id today there
are no "foreseeable clrcumstan-
,ces" in, which human beings
- would be harmed by radiation
, from atomic weapons tests.
i In an address before the
American Physical Society, Libby
'. sought to allay growing appre appre-.
. appre-. hension to the tests in some sci scientific
entific scientific circles. ;
He had advanced a similar ar ar-f
f ar-f erument yesterday in a letter to j
nr. Albert Schweitzer, world
famed humanitarian and philo philosopher,
sopher, philosopher, who warned this week
' that continued atomic ; testing
- Libby, a scientist himself, told
the, physicists the tests could
continue Indefinitely and still
not create, any dangerous con-
. centration of radiation in human
"..-beines. .' 'VJ t --
He said the amount of radio-

. itctive fallout in the United
' I States is "unusually high" be-

x cause of tests conducted at the
' Nevada proving grounds. ;
1 But he said the amount of ra-
dloactlve strontlum-90 Impreg Impregnating
nating Impregnating the human body from
tests to date would correspond
only to the increase In radiation
dosage that goes with a 400-foot
Increase In altitude.
' Libby concealed that radiation
produces mutations changes In
human beings, plants and ani animals.
mals. animals. But he said the mutations
from this cause amount to only
"fraction of the spontaneous
mutations in the human species."
1 Schweitzer said nature stores
up radiation and eventually the
-point of "catastrophe" will be
reached if the tests are contin continued.
ued. continued. k
Murder Mystery;
Makings Found ;
By Italian Police?
i BARI, Italy. April 27 (UP)
Police had all the makings for
a ood murder mystery today.
They found a box containing
part of a human skeleton, a pre pre-1946
1946 pre-1946 Italian flag with the royal
. coat-of-arms. a newspaper clip clipping
ping clipping dated Jan. 12, 1948 and two
bedsheets belonging to the Ita Italian
lian Italian army.

Vou Can Stay Younger By
But IWho In The Asteroids :

WASHINGTON, April 27 AlP)
Want to sty looking fresh as
.-' a daisy while all your friends are
going to pot?
Some day it may be easy: lust
spend -your summer vacations
buzzing around outer space at
188 000 miles a second
Physicist Harold W. Lewis of

. the University of Wi- ."vn said. per that the "fountain of youth"
Thursday night that tr.rcretlcal- theory is bssed on demonstra demonstrably
bly demonstrably a man barreling tir.rpuchMons that the aiing process Is
ipace' at almost the of .olowed down in radioactive par-
light would comnret ir.to ere; tides moving at high speeds.

rear a normal tigtl jt: tacki I have n doubt that the,
oers oa earth, 'same t&icg would a?ply to tiolo-'

ama representation will l become
necessary whenever employes of
firms operating in the Canal

zone may be transferred to offi
ces oi such firms. In the Repub
lie of Panama w 4 .-,
In this way, einpibyes wifl be
represented m both Panama and
the Canal Zone, ,., ;f lygv
v
GI TLTncoal Again
CI::n33$ Minct This
Tbi ll Msririag
MURPHYSBORO, 111. 4 (UP)Ar-
Iie Pste, a turncoat jsl who
changed, his mind nd Meft Red
China, now wants to get out of his
recent marriage, according to the
youth's father.-'-i--?''
The father: Daniel Pate, said he
agreed with hi son because Arlie
married his first cousin. Pate said
Arlie's, mother land mother-in-law
are twin sisters. o r -, ;
Arlie has been in hot water v
er since he came home, after first
deciding to stay with his Commun Communist
ist Communist captors at the end of the Kor
ean war.;;--'"':''- ..ir-.x;-
His haDDV reunion with .his7 fam
ily was marred when he and his
father cot into a -fist fight Arlie
left home then, and last weekend
married Barbara Jones, 16, Jn St
Louis. : '. v.-v -'
Sheriff Howard Cheatman-isaid
Arlie telephoned him Wednesday
night asking, "How do I go about
getting this marriage stopeed?"
Cheatham said he told the youth,
"I didn't. marry you," and hung
Later, Cheatham said, Arliel fa
ther came to his office ana called
St. Louis county officials, declar
ing, "I'm the father of that boy
and I want the marriage stopped'
' Cheatham said the .elder Pate
was assured by Missouri authori
ties that the matter would be
looked into. : Marriages between
first cousins are illegal in Missou-
$25'Million Flood
Kills 10, Drives'
2,500 From Homes
i -DALLAS. Tex.. April 27(UP)
The rampaging Trinity river
rolled into tne tiomes 01 a.ouu
nersons in Dallas today, but the
VJB; Army Engineers said ; the
flood will fall four feet short of
the worst that had been feared.
Nine davs of almost unparal
leled bad weather continued
without a break sis a tornado de
stroyed a barn and ripped down
half a mile of power lines ; at
Robstown. Tex., west Of Corpus
Christi on tne coast. ;
Thunderstorms, floods and
tornados have killed at least 10
persons in Texas in the last nine
days and have caused millions
of dollars worth of damage.
Aericulture Commissioner John
white estimated that agricultu
ral damage alone at between 25
and 30 million dollars.
A new flood appeared to be de
veloping in Central Texas be between
tween between Helton and Cameron, but
the worst current situation was
In Dallas, on the Trinity riven
Twenty-five hundred persons.
most of them Negroes from 1 an
area caued tne Roosevelt addi addition,
tion, addition, which is not protected by
levees, had been helped from
their homes by police, firemen
and deputy sheriffs.
Lewis said when the traveler
returned he would find he was
seven years younger than his
twin brother who had been plod plod-dine
dine plod-dine at home.
- '"12 e will have found a modern
day fountain of youth." he said.
Lewis told the Amencsn Phy
sical Society in a scientific oa-

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AMERICAN SHIP SAILS THROUGH CANAL The American. President Lines' president jack!
son passes through the Suez Canal the first American ship, to enter the dfsputed waterway
since it was reopened. The vessel flew the Egyptian flag in accordance with regulations for
passage through Egyptian waters. ; ;
': ".. "..'.!.'.'.';;','?. ':- ; :.

Tory UP Blames
American Policy
For British Woes
NEWCASTLE, England. April
57 (UP)- "The only apparent
lesulta of American policy in the
Middle East during the tfast six
months have been to oblige tne
Canadian- ambassador in cairo
tin pvmmit suicide and then
bring Sir Anthony Eden to the
foot-ot, the grave." a conserva
tive M.Py cnargea toaay.
Paul Williams. Conservative
MP. for Sunderland South, ad
dressing a Young Conservatives
rally here, added:
; "The tragedy for the British
lr the Middle East is that we
have sold ourselves into bond bond-ace
ace bond-ace in Ezvot by allowing the
American ambassador to con conduct
duct conduct our foreign policy,, such s
H is, by proxy." ';.,;;.. j.r 1
'Tnere Is however a glimmer
of hope that the Americans are
becoming more realistic, ine oe oe-cislon
cislon oe-cislon to send the Sixth Fleet
into the Eastern Mediterranean
and the rushing of a battalion
of marines from Norfolk.. Virgi Virginia.
nia. Virginia. 1 as reinforcements shows
that they are gradually becom
lng aware of the turbulent na
ture of Middle East politics."
"One can only hope that this
awakening is not too late or too
little."; he declared ' ;
fnfanticibatina
Walda Winchell
Stops Divorce : v
i ? j i i-i
i i-i LOS ANGELES. April 27,fTJP)
Former actress Walda Win
chell, daughter of columnist
Walter Winchell, today sought a
court order' to prevent her di divorce
vorce divorce from becoming final next
wees. r -i ., .... .. ..
In an affidavit filed In Superior
Court Thursday, Miss Winchell
said she had reconciled with her
husband, hotelman sportsman
Hyatt R. Von Dehn. 42. immedi
ately alter receiving an interloc interlocutory
utory interlocutory divorce decree last April
28. She now is an expectant
mother. ;
Eqqs On Schedule
Assure Record f
For Captive Cobra
NEW YORK April 27 (UP) A
king cobra at the Bronx Zoo Thun
day set a record for laying eggs
in captivity mi also a record for
consistency. The cobra, which
laid 56 egirs Thursday, laid 41 on
April 25, 1955, and 31 on the same
date last year.

Barrelling Through Space
Will Know The Difference

gical processes." be said. 1
For example. Lewis said, it I

would take a man traveling atjiwvn orouier oacx in aaruror was

about the speed of lieht 1S3.000
mUes a second eight years of
earth time to buu from say
Wangor, Maine, to the nearest
star and back
If he traveler and his twin
were 30 when the traveler left.
the twin brother would be 38
when the traveler returned.
But Lewis said the trsvtler
would have ssed only cue year:
be would be only 11
Not Cut th Career wtlle out

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Egypt Appears Winner AfilfJ
Hearing On Suez Operation

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y,1 April 7 (UP) Egypt emerged
the clear-cat winner in the first United Nations session on Its
new plan to operate the Sues Canal, Western diplomatic sources
said today, ":vS.X. ,;.: W"'':: j
v They said that as long it President' Gamat Abdel Nasser

abides by be terms or tne document n registered nere as an
"international instrument,? he probably would run Into no more

organized opposition from the
' Although the United States
end several other nations reserv reserved
ed reserved the r'-ht during the Securi
ty Council meeting yesterday to
make further remarks aoout me
US, IIATO lldlons;
Japan To Discuss
Red Trade
TwnoN 'Anrll 27 (UP)The
United States, the European NA
TO nations, and Japan will be
gin formal discussions next weex
on relaxation 01 conirois u
trade with Red China, authort
tat.tvA anurcea disclosed today.
The discussions will be held
within -Cocom. the NATO com
mittee which regulates western
trade with Communist countries
and which includes all NATO
nations,, except Iceland, and Ja
pan. -i. : .. ....
Differences over the scope of
the pro! ected relaxation urged
specifically by Britain, France
and Japan foreshadowed tough
bantalnina- with" the- United
States whose recent offer for a
limited loosening of the China
trade embargo has drawn crju
d&m from her allies, .-.).'.''
t 1 1 4
'UN Secretary.
Will Confer
; With Pope
VATICAN CrTY, April 27 (UP)
Pope Pius Xn would : welcome
tn opportunity to confere again
with United Nations Secretary
General Dag Hammartkjold en
the Middle East crisis, a Vatican
source said today,
, Hammarskiold sa id b New
York yesterday that he would fly
to Rome tomorrow aad hoped to
see the Pontiff "if opportunities
present.
. The Vatican source said s Papal
audience could be -arranged on a
few hours notice. -' The meeting
would be the second between th
Pope and the VJi. chief in little
more than a year. They met last
April 9 in the midst of a mijor
flareup along the Israeli Jordan Jordanian
ian Jordanian border.
among the asteroids would feel
any different or realize that his
a irtn faster than he was.
Levis said the traveler while
in space would feel that "every "everyone
one "everyone waselppice along with htm."
He said the travfier wouldni be
aware of the difference until re
came home and saw his broth
ers changed face.
The physicist said, he had no
idea how the traveler would
muare h!-n:f wiia the Internal
Revenue feen-.ee.-

West,

document, no further U.N. dis
cussions were scneauieav v
As-a result. Secretary General
Dag Hammarskjold completed
plans to ieave tomorrow for
Rome and an audience with Pope
Plus ah on the world situation.
He is due In Geneva Tuesday to
attend a u.N. planning session.
Not. a single nation nublicly
came to the support of Russia's-
cnarge .during the- Security
council meeting that the United
States sought to "show the fist"
to the Middle East wtlh its Sixth
; Rdvlet TipICfftN Arlffldv 4 fin
bolev also charged that the West
"dragged out the scarecrow of
International. communism'' ; in
jordan.-'r ; -.s.
U.S, Ambassador Henry Cabot
Lodge quickly dealt with the
charges, ..' .- ., : tfWi-
-. p ' 1
' There' Is nothing In the Els Elsenhower
enhower Elsenhower Doctrine which need
pother snyone who does not
contemplate violent, deeds," he
said. ."If (the Soviet delegate)
did not harbor dreams of dom domination
ination domination and of subversion of suf suffering,
fering, suffering, peoples, similar to the
monstrous Soviet subversion of
Hungary of tragic memory he
would not be bothered by these
American undertakings. 1
r

--- (NXA Telephoto)
RrrtRNS TVfTH BRIDE The Stars and Stripes wave over overhead
head overhead as American Olympic hammer throwing champion Har Harold
old Harold Connelly of Boston and his bride. C7ch Olympic cham champion
pion champion O'.ga Flkotovs. arrive in New York aboard the liner
America. Their marriage last month ia Prague caused an
international sensation bcaue of the political aUftrencaa
- betwtem their -countries,. ..:'.'

V
REVIEW ADVISES
RPld QO EASi
'-. ; VK f h
ON SOVEREIGNTY
LONDON, April 28--(UP) The
weekly, review -f The Economist,
discussing Panamanian- policy
on -the Panama (Canal, said to today
day today that the Panamanians were
"overplaying .their hand."
The Journal' said ;! They are
running the risk of irritating the
Americans at a. time when the
1959 treaty with Panama, is still
oeiore congress,,,
"instead of this pointless dis
pute over sovereignty, which Is
much more likely to annoy than
embarrass the American govern
ment, the Panamanians would be
well advised to concentrate on
their ease (in Itself, not unrea
sonable) for better terms."
Dulles Waxes
Romantic
With! Newly weds
WASHINGTON: April 27 (UP)
-Secretary of State John Foster
uuues toia newiy-weus naruia
and rOleai, Connolly today he
honed his pro-romance policies
helped make possible tneir wea-
ding, ,'.'','", 1 ' ..
Connolly. US. hammer' throw
champion, and his discus-throwing
bride, the former Olga Pi Pi-Vnttv
Vnttv Pi-Vnttv nt PTrhnslnvakla. receiv
ed congratulations from Dulles
during a visit, to tne Biaw
J'- They' met during the Olympic
games in Melbourne. Australia,
W ear -but had to fight for
months through Czech red taoe
before they.cpuia gei marneq.
Dulles told a news conference
during this period that the Unit
ed States was in iavor 01 ro romance.
mance. romance. ' !y',;
rSk-..- : , :V'
r while rhattintf with the couple
today, Dulles said he hoped his
remarks bad been p( help to
thenu.- V --t .;,..'.. :-: X. Vv-
The secretary also commended
Connollv on the goodwill tour
he made to Europe for the State
Department.. ; .. ,
And you get a dividend out
of it with this lovely young la lady,"
dy," lady," he said.. "I wish we could all
do as well.".
.'

Conn

uez
. WASHINGTON. April

Are

Overton Brooks warned today that tne Panama ,Canc
mightbe taken over by the Republic of Panama "ir -wt
commit the same -mistakes we made in the Suez crisis.!?.
' Brooks, the ranking member of the House "Arm: J
Services, committee, said St .will take "the most skillfil
diplomacy" to avoid trouble over the Panamq Canals
1 Brooks also is president of the Nationat Rivers tir

Harbors Congress,, vhich will
in Washington May 16-18.
At its meeting last year,

gress recommended conversion of the prpsent lock'ccr.sl
in Panama, to a sea-level waterway to avert prblon-si

closure resulting trom nuclear air attack er saborags.

in a statement issued todav.
Brooks, said: ? v.--.-"?4.-..-.
"We will have trouble in our
own backyard if we fall to exer
cise tne most skillful diplomacy.
"The takeover of the Canal hv
the Republic of Panama will be
the normal sequence of events if
we commit the same mistakes we
made in -the Suez crisis.
-"The Sue crisis has nb nrd.
iected the Panama Canal prob problem
lem problem beyond .the engineering lev
el wnere cost ana feasibility are
the main considerations, into the
realm 6f diplomacy where deci decisions
sions decisions involving our survival as a
nation must be faced."' t
flow Ifs The Army:
it
FT, CARSON. Colo.. -April 27
(UP)--A 27-year-old Army mas
ter sergeant was acquitted yes yesterday
terday yesterday In the alleged beating of
a recruit. .. ...
A. six-member court-martial
board deliberated only 20 min
utes before returning a verdict
01 innocent in the case of M.
Sgt. Billy Short, of Taylor. Ark.
Short was charged with mis
treatment of a soldier and con
splracy. to commit, assault and
battery. Both charges were filed
by Pvt. Daniel Chuebrich, 18, of
unicago ... iiii-.i
Proceedings against five other
eon-conunissionea "Oincers, ac
cuser py cnueonch of simple as.
sauit. The -t Chicago trainee
charged that the five non-coms
attacked him on orders of Short.
Proceedings against 6hort's
ieuow non-coms started Wed
nesday nut were continued until
tomorrow after only two wit
nesses naa testified.
The five1 are Sgts. Billy Fowl Fowler,
er, Fowler, 21; of Clinton,. Tenh., and
o j?" f Ramage. 21 o. Seneca.
j.v.. nu opeciausis james Hard Hard-lng
lng Hard-lng 21. of Murfreesboro. Tenn.
Claude K. Owens. 21. of Black
wen. Okla., and Robert O. Park
er, m 01 ion. iil f 4
m Parker, the only one of the
Ave to appear at the proceed proceedings,
ings, proceedings, refused to answer auestions
put to him concerning the al al-w
w al-w ea conspiracy. He cited a sec section
tion section of the Army code which af affords
fords affords protection against eelf-in-
wuuuiaung- testimony.
' Chuebrich testified that Short
ubo araerea farter "tn
f t him (Chuebrich)- and
tin wmps you. men Harding
will Uke a crack at him."
Chuebrich aaM h mt k
of Parker, He said the other four
men jumped aim. although "I
didn't want to fight" ,.
Ho:p!l2l Visitor
M:Jtei Unscheduled
UjoOIFecllillej
SOUTH BEND, Ind. TJP- For
Sampson Eder, 31, it was a ease
of being ia the right place at the
right time. Eder wss visiting a
friend at St. Jesepfc's Hospital
Thursday when be had a Mia ia
his side. Doctors promptly remov
ed bis appeocui.

ressmen Savs
n V t 'f ( T 1 W7 j

tvpe errors i

Ms. t s saw 4 1 4 H
Danger Here
r 1 1. 5 1 "vkw.

27 (UP) Democratic Rm.

hold its annual conventipj
.
the Rivers and" Harbors Con'

Milikry Courts
Sel Up In J:r&h
To Try Ccnf !r:!:rs
XamiIav,
A.gOVr;v-"r
today Uiui a. 1.:. .1,1 r u
nian CommuniiU 1 i I -m, -rael
to escape punisu-.. ..t a.' f
King; Hussein declared 1 n. 1
law.
The spokesman disclosed that
two military courts would be set
up to try persons accused of In-.
trlgulng atralnat the Kine. the'
Constitution, the army and the
peopie. v- v
The Moscow and Cairo radios
meanwhile laid down a propa
ganda barrage against Hussein.
One of the militarv courts wi:i

be established on the West Ban it

of the Jordan River, nrabahiv tn-

the Jordanian sector of Jerusa-
lem. The West Bank area, inha inhabited
bited inhabited by Palestinian Arabs, has
been a center of leftist agitation.
Sources here said King aud
of Saudi- Arabia last night on
gratulated Hussein on the re-es--
tabli&hment of order and secur security
ity security in this country., Thectvi
monarcha have been In rerular" -telephone
contact as .often as"
five times a day, the sources
said.: ,r.' r ..
The new' pro-Western Jflr S a-
nian cabinet met today. Premier.'
Ibrahim Hasem called the'S"
sion to discuss the lnternal-it
uatloo as well as Arab world po politics
litics politics t -.- '
US Treasury (Wsfg
Drops Slrcnp I:f5?
Rcslgnalion IISh'
WASHINGTON, April 27 lUPji :
Treasury Secretary George XL i
Humphrey hinted strongly to today
day today that be intends to- r'eu
soon from President XUcatc.,'
er's cabinet -
Rumors of Humphreyr' rrj rrj-slble
slble rrj-slble resignation have been in
creasing since shortly iifter the
first of the year when he tent tented
ed tented Congress to make drasus
cuts in the President's $71 R'M), R'M),-000,000
000,000 R'M),-000,000 budget for fiscal U-i
Previously, Humphrey has de--nied
such reports or remained
silent - ; ..
Today be Issued a statement
to answer published reports that
he will become president of U-.e
National Steel CorpL at Pitts Pittsburgh.
burgh. Pittsburgh. ;
It Is well known." he 13.
that I have been in the t in in-net
net in-net much longer than I er 3-'
ally planned. But ss k,..j is I I-am
am I-am Secretary of the Trewurv,
I will have no other intere;U"

Chicago Husbcr.,
Waits 29 Year$; ;
Sues For Divorce
CHICAGO, Abrfl 27 UP la.
tbony McCauiey, 55. is corvmrH
his wife is never coming r-nrt. i1-.
Gsuley sued for divwt Thiirc
ea the ground that he ttti vi ed
long eoough for the Tf r
his bride who b r r r
from a visa"! Sec -i
'jtirt ago.



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says fcdcue jnayenou, roeeause x nave an rw grxnu 1 3
3 He wants to make' himself better known : to the NewYork
advertising and TV show ..Buying executives. Hjs big aim1 is to
get back oh TV- his ,'ola snow, "That's. My Boy,", was ap appreciated
preciated appreciated by the public, but not the cntics --r and figures a

success in New York, under the

noses of the men who do ail tn
arranging or tnese matters, Is the

te'ay 10' do it.
- So he's in "A Visit to 1 Small
t'Janet," a very lunny show, tie
and Cyril Ritcnard make a per per-lect
lect per-lect team. He has the success, he

wanted. v v;. ;
Msyehoff is 4i eomadian 'in
pite f (timstlK- Hi story of
KtieW he' came to b nfunny man
is almost .tragtoy -it4 11, ex except
cept except that it has a nappy anding.
.'r begins in Norwalk, ..Conn,,
Vhtr ha grow up as a itriouf itriouf-'piinded
'piinded itriouf-'piinded litrla boy until ht b-
gan gt fat.

5 Mother iids grew up," he says,
Vbut I,- grew out. People looked
!t me, and- laughed.. Then,, when
: wasIn.tne eigntn gT-ade, we had

a Thanksgiving pageant at the

weffersOn achool. There was a lit

tie girl who didn t believe in
Xnansgiving, and the pageant
was full o-' actors made up as the
Personifications of things she

' .A

should be thankful lor; There
was Uncle Sam and the; Goddess
of Liberty and that sort 'of thing.
- "Then J came out 'dressed in. a
cap and gown. And I said, "I am
education Vvell the place broke
up. r Everybody iaugned actor 4,
teachers, students, parents. 1

haven't had suca a big laugh 1

since. 1 just stood there and I

uian i Know wnat to ao.1 i v 4
i''Later- on,? I figured if people
laugh at-me 1 better become a
comediariJt - 1
. And he is one of the best a-

round, tf

- David Burns is another TV vetl

eran now clowning' m a Broad

ways play. Davey,- 'who- co-starred
wiin I mogtnt Coca on her illf at;
ed single show, amona other stints:

is currently creating a very turn

my character:; jn the heart-warm

mg play, Hole In thej Head.';
Unlike Mayehoff,, he has no in interest
terest interest in a Die starring show of

his own, "J
"You have to Be made of a cer
tain kind of timber ?, to be a

star," he says. "I remember I

was in 'Make Mine -Manhattan'

with Sid Caesar, and ha said he
was going to be a star. I said,
'Be caretul it's a tough life. The

day after you eet to be a star,

you' have to start worring about

staying there."

He VI j have :-no worries. Oh,
maybe a little acidity every once

on -.a. while, that's -all." j

Bums snow stars paui ooug-

s. Davey said Paul asked him

into his dressing room and said
he, was Lonely. 1
said, 'How corn you're
lonely; You've got all the mon money
ey money in the world, the best clotnes
trie finest of. everything. Come
out with Oi after the show to
the Stage Delicatessen.' But he
said, 'No, thanks, I bought a
chictcen and I guess I'll take it
Up "to the hotel room and eat
by myvilf.'
"So 1 told him he had to get
interested in sometnina else. I

saio. -you Know wnat I'm wor.

ned about now? I've got a farm
in Monroe County, Pa., and I'm

worried aDouc seitmg tne. Detu

nias in, because we've got a lot

01 nummingmrai ana those bums

like, Petunians.:;.::.:y

"That's my pleasure --working

arouna tne- arm. j Everybody
needs some interest' like that.
"I'm an expert on compost, an
autnority on animal husbandry
and a helluvi man on humus." 1
f WHO'S DOING WHAT? Vir

ginia Warren: Tne daughter of
Chief Justice Earl Warren wil'be

one of the panel wnen 'Martna

Roiintree's "Leave It to the Girs"

returns to the air. Another will be

Hank fort (that's a girl) who.

wrote '"save Your r, Confederate

Money, Boys, tne bouth bhali Rise

Again." bhe U be the new JUoise
McEhone. Spencer Tracy: He's
about ready to try TV.' Leo Du-

rocher says Tracy wil do .it, and

it is just waiting tor the right ve-

nicie. Kay oeiger: wnen nis bun bun-day,
day, bun-day, afternoon shows, move to
week 5 nights very soon,, i ha'U
change the format from the in

formal "Washington Square" to a
more formalized pattern. Connie

B. Gay :the Producer of the new

CBS-TV morning "Jimmy Dean

Show" regularly-calls for a min

ute of player jus before each

day's program gebins, Cast tech'
nicians, everyone join in. y t

Just back from a two month,
round the word trip is Rev.
Paul M. Stevens, of Fort Worth,
Tex., director of tht Radio and

TV commission of the Southen
Baptist Convention. He was at

tempting to get foreign radio and
TV stations to use the SBC's pro programs,
grams, programs, '"This is the Answer,"

now seen on 155 u.s. IV channels.
And he succeeted. Placing the

show in such spots as Japan, Ko Korea,
rea, Korea, Australia, Kenya', Formosa.
But he, also came back with some
interesting conclusions about the

word, religion and teevision:
"There is a vacuum of good re re-Igious
Igious re-Igious films for TV around the
word. People Like Oro Roberts,
who justv use TV as a. means, of
getting a maling list, show the
wrong side of American Christia

nity. :v-;,.y-.7

Foreign audiences see una

bridged U.S. films. They see films

we havn t seen, because 01 our cooe

This contributes to the vad im impression
pression impression of the U.S. so many for

eigners gel.
, "Th U.S.-has allowed the film

industry to interpret us to foreign

nations, and tney ve none so in a

Wy U1BL icii, ua m ww

LRevrSiev,-; Pvid Burns

I l L.w""-'-'-" mimhmmN j ,. -n,,,, in-.- , it ,.-

T.vmz MAYHOFF ON STAGE: When he came out in cap and gown, It broke up the school.

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HOLYWOOp,-April' 27 (UP)

witn a population of some 154 mil
lion persons, this countrv is bless

ed with approximately 164 million

song wniers. uaos against any
one of them writing a hit tune are

a million to one. -i
But it happens.

Lightning struck songwriter Phil
Tuminello last month after eight

years oi plugging away at dream
ing up ditties.

"i ngure i ve written -.more
than 50 songs in my life," says
Tuminello, an engaging little man
with a wry grin. "They never

turned out as good as J thought

tney woyio,
"Than I wrote 'Can I steal a
Little Leva ? and- II of a aud aud-dan
dan aud-dan I was in. Sinatra made the
recording a hit. Now I'm tha
most popular songwriter in town

Everybody wants me to com compose
pose compose for 'em."", .

The song a sort of subdued
rock 'n' roller-was written for the

movie "Rock Pretty Baby."

"But there's no money in writ

ing tunes for movies," Tuminello
went on. "So took it around to
the record companies. Every one
of them turned it down. Sinatra
heard it once, flipped, and record recorded
ed recorded it right away. .
"So far it's sold more than half
a million discs, and still going

strong Royalties will amount to

15 or 20 thousand dollars."

Despite the promise of wealth to

come, Tuminello currently is col

lecting unemploymnt checks at

the rate of $33 per week.
.( "I havan't baan sitting around

waiting for on of my song to

click" tha dark hairad Tumi Tuminello
nello Tuminello addtd. "To keep sating I
was -a thraatrical agtnt and,
workad at Oisnay studios as a
talant boytr for tha Mickey
Mouse Club television show.

"'Whenever I felt' the urge I'd
dash off a song. It only! takes me

15 or 20 minutes to come up witn

a numoer.

''Now that I've got a hit more

of my songs are bemg recorded,

The "Cheers' are making "Cnui

Chug, Toot, Toot, and Dean Mar

tin is waxing a couple. .

"I've found out the secret of

writing songs.' , ;f

' "You have to aim them at teen-

asers. and they don t dig tne

sweet stuff. Rhythm if taking the

place of lyrics and melody. They

are looking for gimmicks

' Phil, who can't read a note, plays

piano, guitar, bass and Drums by

ear. He s under contract to Sina

tra's, publishing company, Narton
Music. -

"The odds are a million to one."

Tuminello concluded. "But when
you hit the jackpot it's worth wait

ing for-" ;

GARY' COOPER irr s
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DEBASED CAVEDWELLEr.S. I vas rurr r a cieca

of Pan.Liquido around Joe's Hideaway the ct :ti y when

it came twrnlnd; that there Is a gap in tl.3 censes of.

tne. canal.

"What brought" this gap to my attention was the

amphibious landing of the Marines at Red Beach, just

arcoss the Chagres from Fort San Lorenzo, last Wedijes.

aay morning.

v The occasion Drovided a most imoressive demonsta-

tion ofr -

, 1) 'US striking power, as seen in the coordination
f.v: between the' supporting atom bombers and the
I systematic, heavily equipped Marines, and
a T ,if.. A t .. 1 A.

h, aun American nat power, as seen iu wie mwi t-

ment w Easter. bonnets sported.by the nign-ranKmg, uni-

Anyone: who has ever been through' an operational

amphibious lartdifig will tell you that you can't have too

much equipment. '-.X. :.ii r;.-. ,.,:.:,

Now .offhana l can t think of any piece of equipment

more amphibious 'than TiEd's, Cantuta Cab.- Vith the

rainy season-coming Up, its riders will once again be

spending much or their time under water.; SteoDing out

of the Cantuta Cab on to the sidewalk in a rainy .;day is
a rare combination of a beach landing; and a-frogman
operation, v : ';' x:- '-.;.: u

Jhough I have not yet found time to discuss the ;

matter. with Admiral Radford,. nor with such congress-.

men as are. casting a threatening eye at the Defense ap-'
propriations, it seems hardly right such a piece of
equipment all set to go, should be. withheld from the

defense rxjtential of the Fanama canal at the whim of

some .hidebound mechanic at the corrall who stubbornly

refuses to believe in the efficacy of one-wheel brakes.
- Strange tones about to penetrate this area, men Un
accustomed sounds. Atonal measures. It becomes neces
sarv to insert a word of Draise, even at the cost of losing)

"half my teadership. .The, other half (me) will stay with

- The matter concerns the recently-concluded Exercise
Carib-Ex which as you know, caused a campesino near

Rio Hato to eye the sky Friday morning and observe to

his good lady wife, in the words of Don Quixote, "The
joint's really Jumping."
: But the others bf you, who may not have the ad-'
vantage of such first-hand observation, owe most Of what
voU know about the 17,000 man maneuver to Tred Brent,
TinK nvr Tom Hicks. Rav, Hubbard.: Jim Hunter, Jim

Palmer and Joe Williams. (Note" the cautious alphabetical

order.)1 '
In one capacity or another, they are all in the pub

lic information business with the named services down

here. 1
The wealth of information available from them,-the
speed with which it was provided, the foresight with

which they had data on hand to answer any query, andJ v

the efforts they went to get reporters and protographers ;
to the battle and the stories and photos back to the :
newspapers, radio sations, TV oufits. wire services or

whatever could hardly have been, bettered by Madison

Avenge. professionals trying! to promote a better mouse mousetrap.'.,
trap.'., mousetrap.'., x'yY-"lY:Y X'XY' Y'iiy-J-i',
Vs It has not always been that the Isthmus has sport sported'
ed' sported' a military PIO team capable, at the drbp of a re reporter's
porter's reporter's question; of performance rather than perturbar
Uon'aiid.'paxalysix.v4 ''fY--i;' '-''''.''.'i'
vlt is my duty to say right here and now that it was

noMhe fault of the fellows named and any other

members of their team who;I may have overlooked
that Exercise Carib-Ex was critically off-center in certain
basic conceptsor;"ll5v'rt'l 'XyY- ":X,-:x. 'iY-Y.x'XYxfYy
'. 'You .miflrht recall the presumption that an aggressor ":

force which made an amphibious landing on the Pacific V

side withdrew to defensive positions at Rio Hato after

being clobbered by graduates of the J, Street Warfare
Training Center, ::' X;:Y Y XV'x Y V;

Ttvulinunder to suppose that such a force would

have withdrawn into Panama, : where the commander
could Jet it be known that he was prepared to enter into
telephone negotiations for surrender. r '''.
- .This 'would have left him indefinite freedom of ac action,
tion, action, as I have never met brt the Isthmus any man who
has managed to get a call through to Panama from the
Canal Zone in less thn several days. f : f ',
Matter of fact, due to the usual crossed wires, I
foxuid myself listening in the other day on the apologies
of a Zonian who was explaining to his girl friend in
Panama how hard he had been trying to get through to
tell her he wouldn't be able to take her to watch Llnd- t
bergh land out past Old Panama. ;
C In-the unlikely event that the local commander did
reach the aggressor commander by phone, he would as assuredly
suredly assuredly not be exempted from the ground rule that call callers
ers callers must be cut off in the, middle of the fourth sentence

of a conversation. v
I Considering the differing paces at which various per persons
sons persons talk, I marvel at the manner in which the operators
icut everyone off precisely, and impartially, right in the
middle of that fourth sentence. -;
' Then", by the time three weeks have gone byandlhe
Qiiarry Heights general had managed .to get another line,
he would have forgotten what he was talking about.
The aggressor general could sit the affair out hap-
pily till his viv-a-vis in Quarry Heights went raving mad
uying to get a line into Manama. Tnafs real psychologic psychological
al psychological warfare for you. Not this simple-minded leatlet stuff.
. Brushes over the. meaning and application of RP-U3
treaties, over Kike sites,, anu this, wiat and the other
thing, nave caused observers to sense a recent, straining
of relationship between the two countries. 'X
Some US organizations sponsor scnoiarships fo Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian students in the States, the better for them tat
know and understand the northern country. ; Y
-The. State Department sponsors imorma Live -tours
for selected influential Panamanians, v.
. All highly expensive, and only nibbling at the frings
of the friendship problem. What is neeced is a phone
line between the i-one and Panama available to persons

with less than 20 years, to live, and therefore without the

time to. successfully complete a call under the present
system." -
Whose plot is this anyway, to prevent Zonians from

talking to Panamanians by phone? (

-
PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT this week owes all

to two broken bones only casualties bevond sprains

among the 614 beys of the 82nd Airborne Division Who
Jumped at Rio Hato Friday.

In something as sporting as tr.e para trooping lurjc,
2614 ..... .

sounds like a mighty lucky averags.

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AN ; INTERESTING PANAMA JUNGLE ,tEI -decorates the
shoulders of Maj. Gen. Oliver P. Newman, who got acquainted
, with a boa constrictor at the Ft. Sherman zoo during a recent
'inspection tour of the U.S. Jungle Warfare Training Center.
? Newman, G-3, Continental Army Command, is visiting the
Isthmus this; week as an observer of Exercise CARIB-EX, ft,
. joint Army, Navy, Marine and Air Force maneuver
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s- 1 LONDON. April 17 '(UP) As
I one closely associated with pub publicising
licising publicising toe Britsn Droadcasung
' Corporation's Television Service in
1936, the first of its kind in the
,' world I shared wth a lew pion-
eers a peculiar and personal thrill
J the other day when it was announc-4
ed that. : at line last,, eievision
. viewers we i beginning to out

number listeners to sounds radio in
the United Kingdom. -' :
, To those of us who remembered
' -when viewers were numbered ; in
their hundreds and restricted to
the London area, this ; tipping' of

the scale was a fulfilment of dream
' that spurred us on more than 20
i years ago at Alexandra Palace,
v tha old amusement oavili6n in

north London where the transmit

ter ana two tiny siuaios wer i i-tuated.
tuated. i-tuated. -W.H 4 -V..OWf ?. pi
i In thosa ; days television- was
th "poor relation,". still doffing
its hat to tha all-powerful sound
'. radio with its millions of support
J ere up and down tha country.
f Today nearly half the popula popula-J
J popula-J tion have television sets.
i A train Journey such as I made
the other week across central Eng Eng-"
" Eng-" land reveals forests of television
i aerials in every town and village.
RADIO BEING RE SHAPED
' '- But the most convincing proof of
j television's- ? growing supremacy
came this month ki a .Press confer confer-i
i confer-i ence 'givenvby Sr. Ian Jacob,, di--i
rprtor-eeneral of the B.B.C. t

'. Sir Ian told us how the sound

broadcasting service was being re-
shaDed. mainly because of the

, ffmwfh of the television audience.

) Listeners will still have ? their

v alternative services as at present

the Home or national program'

i me, the Light fot relaxed listening,
and the Third for the more studious
: groups.: "VV :y- '
But at times during the day the

Home and Light will be merged,
and the Third will be cut from
five hours niehtly to three.
"We expect to save ten per eent

- In costs m the next three years.

said the director genera, adding
that this would "not be at the ex
pense of qualiti. i f
"The programmes may even be
Improved in the process,", ne said.
"Some of them in the past have
been over-elaborate, and their has
certainly been too mucn talk on

.'.th. air,:':,. oy-'-.W.;
. programmes for
specialists

When the cheers of approval had

subsided. Sir Ian announced tnat
the two hours lopped off the Third
would not be lost v
, The same wavelength will be de devoted
voted devoted for two hours each night to
minority Interests, not necessarily
"'highbrow," which have hitherto
lacked a regular place on the air air-connoisseurs
connoisseurs air-connoisseurs and collectors, for
example, and specialised sports
followers professional workers and
others whose interests do not justi justify
fy justify national broadcasting in the
Home or light services.
Network Three," as it will be1

v GARY COOPER in
"FRIENDLY PERSUASION"

PRE-RELEASE
TffSOy 20th
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THRU THE IRONING HOUR I

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called, starts in October, to the joy
of thousands who can thank tele television
vision television as the indirect cause of this
unique shake-up in sound radio."
; In answer to a question of mine,
the director-general, said there was
little likelihood of saving money
by sharing, programmes between
television and sound radio: ; i
"Except for the occasional sym symphony
phony symphony concert," -Sir Jan told .- me,
"we have found that sound and television-
have little, to 'offer each
oth)e.r-'';,' ,J j f,r ;
v CHRISTMAS BROADCAST 'A
"- ; r '-1 i
One-broadcast they 'will share
for the first time this year, will be
Queen Elizabeth II's annual Christ Christmas
mas Christmas message from Sandringham.
There, has been jubiation a a-mong
mong a-mong viewers over tha-announce-moot
from; Buckingham Palace
that Her Majosfy has agreed to
:face the' cameras' while broad broad-casting
casting broad-casting to the Commonwealth,- V,
The presence of television auio-
ment will not affect the sound
broadcast. Viewers, will see the
aueen seated at her desk, but in
stead, of looking down to read the
script, it is likely she will use a
teleprompter, a device which dis
plays the printed words alongside
the camera lens. ? i v :
The Queen's message, will also
be,.telerecorded so that copies can
be flown to television stations in
other Commonwealth countries, i
r ROYAL VfSIT TO PARIS'
'Vlt-l.VS'-'V;;-:,,;
? Where television warps sound I
radio is in actualities such as the
Royal visit to Paris'. -v,
; J paused; for- few rainotes to
watch from my desk Queen Eliza
beth n and the Duke of Edinburgh
take off from London Airport in
their shining Viscount turbo-p r o p
airliner for Pans. Only 70 minutes
later. I aw over the Eurovision
network v the touch-down at-Orly
Airport and their gracious wel welcome
come welcome in the morning sunshine by
President Coty and the tumultous
ly hanpy crowds. I :. ,.:..
The smiling young Queen carry
ing her bouquet past the ranks the
neiraeted uaroes KepuDucaniea
the rows of diplomats and dignita
ries and their curtseying wives,
the banners flapping in the breeze
the people scurrying to catch
nearer glimpse of the Royal car
the whole bustling scene came vt
vidly to life on my little screen as
if it were just outside my window-
mstead of 300 miles, away. .u
DUKE AS LETTURER
The Duke of Edinburgh, by the
way, nas aa important television
engagement in the near future,
He has wndartakan- te rapaat
for viewars' bona fit tKslctwre
ei his recant Commonwealth tavr
which dolightad an audianco at
2000 schoolchildren in London's
Rayal Fastival Hall.
. This informal and friendly' travel
talk was never intended tor a big big-ger
ger big-ger audience, but Press .report a
it
(In TECHNICOLOR)
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FirsI Aid (lassos
OToGoodfcrf

In La Dcca Hall
The La Boca civic council got
underway last Thursday night at
the Study Hall with 28 of the 30
registrants present.
.The classes will continue to be
held at the Study Hall On .Tues .Tuesdays
days .Tuesdays and Thursdays of each week
and will be of ; two-hour duration
for an eight-week period. ; ;
Certificates will be c i v e n to
those who complete the. course.
. William (Bill) Gordon, a veteran
instructor, conducts .the classes.
Interested individuals are welcome
to attend the instructions. : :j
Elizabeth Taylor
Has Aching Back
LONDON. April 27 (UP)
Elizabeth Taylor, who arrived
from France yesterday witn ner
husband. Mike Todd, was in bed
today with an aching back. V
. "Mrs. Todd is not at all wel."
said Midori Tsuji, her Japanese Japanese-born
born Japanese-born secretary. "Her back Is e-lv-
Ing her great pain. Jt Is compli complicated
cated complicated vertebra trouble, which
has been bothering her for some
time." .
roused so much interest that the
Duke has bowed to PODular de
mand.
Alone with a lot of amuslnff a-
necdote. the Duke cava a hirrf'-
eye View of Australia, with films
of uranium mining and the vast Ir Irrigation
rigation Irrigation schemes in the Snowy and
Murray river districts. -
n pictures of New Zealand
he took his young listeners to the
South Pacific and showed photo-
grapni oi nnnseu oemg nauiea in a
basket from the Royal yacht Bri
tannia to a. whaling. factory ship,
and playing the firs game of ten tennis
nis tennis ever attempted in the Antarc
tic circle. -;.'-. -"'?
Viewers are looking forward to
sharing in this wonderful itinera
ry ranging from Mombasa, East
Africa, by way of Ceylon and Aus Australasia
tralasia Australasia and back: through Com Commonwealth
monwealth Commonwealth outposts like Tristan da
Cunha, St. Helena and Ascension
Island. i, ;
After such a lecture the children
in the Festival: Hall were well de described
scribed described as some of the best-informed
people in the Commonwealth.
V Fire Sale of
' Vr '"
; mm. ', ;
i"S!:PrcI:cl:r$
$ttiidi, Your
- Prka Price
t '
"Vlewlew.; $71 .40 ; $30.00
La Bella "55"M.. 92.00 46.00
MamfiaM ....... 26.95 12.50
Bfumbarfar J9.9S 22.50
Kodak Slide .... 40.00 19.00
Skan 67.50 33.00
1 6 mto. roiactor 1 89.00 99.50
I mm. Cine Eaf i'
reai ,; 24.00 15.50
" t t i l
v -', t en i.
- 155 Central Aveaaa
" Caraar "K"" Stmat .
ill
I- '4 s

" ' '. t tlr:':-'.-
f vBeat the heat and wake up! your appetite with a: frozen
daiquiri made with deliciou $, tasty Carta Vieja- Rum.
Here's all you have to do: Take one teaspoonful of granu granu-Iated
Iated granu-Iated sugar; add the juice of one small lime, one jigger-of
CARTA VIEJA RUM, andfin
; a mixer or a shaker and shake vigorously; then pour into
a glaw just to the top, no head is required.- Try it today,
but be sure you use only CARTA VIEJA rum, and youTI

a?nce it's

Churchmen To Seek Ike's Leadership L

In Expanding Racial; Good Will

NASHVILLE. Tehn. (UP) A
group of southern church lead
ers win ask president uisennow
er to exert leadershin In expand
ing racial good wm ana justice.
rne enurenmen attenaine a
conference ; on Christian faith
and human relations voted at
the closing session Thursday to
ask the president for leadership.
integration was the' ma I n
topic of the three day Interra Interracial
cial Interracial meeting here.
Some of those attending ; the
sessions said they were 1 disap disappointed
pointed disappointed that the President did
not accept an invitation to speak
to tne meeting and did not sena
a strong statement on-race rela
tions. VJ-,-- ,i.:ilhm:r' l
A message from the President
was read at the ODenine session.
It extended his ereetincs and
said he was1 sure the group would
arrive at .a "a .constructive ap approach'':
proach'': approach'': to the problems of the
some a delegates called the
message a "vaaue. eeneral oreet.
"8- ,.f-, -:
' 'V -K
The Rev. Martin Luther King,
Negro minister who was one of
the leaders in the Montgomery,
Ala., bus boycott, a speaker dur during
ing during the. final session, predicted
that the Negro soon will get
more support from .the "white
moderates."
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the best frozen daiquiri you ever tasted.

"We are still In d'shock per

iod," he said. 'There's still a
great, deal of fear in the South
on .tne part of tne wnite people,
but this is only temporary."
The fear on the part of the
whites stems for "economic and
social pressures," King said.
Navy Has Vacancy
For Welder
The U.S. Naval Station Rod
man today announced a position
vacancy for 'welder (combina (combination),
tion), (combination), $2.74, $2.85, $2.96 per hour,
at the Atlantic terminal Fuel
Division. Supply and Fiscal De
partment of the Naval Station.
Applicant must be fully quail
fled to nerform oxvacetvlene and
electric welding and brazing. Ex Experience
perience Experience in pipe-line welding a a-round
round a-round tanks and lines which
carry petroleum products Is pn pn-ferred...
ferred... pn-ferred... .s!v;-,':wf'.i.;t'':.;M ''
ADDlications for this nositlon
should, be submitted to the Fuel
Division Officer,- Supply and Fis Fiscal
cal Fiscal pepartment, TJJ3. Naval Sta Station,
tion, Station, Rodman on or before ;7 May
1957. and additional uiiormation
may be obtained by calling
s'
1591 - .

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ICZ Teacher To Be

Guesl Speaker"
For Unilarians
,The Unitarian x Society will I
have as its guest speaker for to
morrow and tne ioiiowing aun aun-day,
day, aun-day, C' Robert Bowen, a teach teacher
er teacher of the social sciences at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Junior college.
Bowen will continue the series
of talks offered by him from I
time to time based on Earl Morse
Wilbur's "History of Unitar-i
ianlsm." 'h-;-,- .',-.f. ';' :t.
published by Harvard univer-
sitv Press this, scnoiariv two-
volume work is the first history
of this movement in any lan-
guagev ( Tracing unitananism
from1 its antecedents very early
in the sixteenth century, irom
Europe to England and thi
hen to
Colonial North America and
down to the twentieth century,
the author "shows that the
movement, has throughout its
whole course strenuously resist
ed any attempt at dogmatic fix
ity, has nrnde reason its ultimate
court of anneal. and has nor
mally been hospitable to chang
es ana restatement in lis iorms
of thought, its f e m p n a s i s
throughout has been on conduct
and character, witn aoctnne in invariably
variably invariably retired into the back-
eround. ;','.
Interested Persons from Pan
ama and the Canal Zone are in
vited to attend the services at
10:30 a.m.. and to remain for
the Fellowshln hour. The ad
dress is: 362 Ancon Boulevard, In
Ancon,
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Eir?-:r)AT, ArJL 28, i:
1
(and Otlierwide
Mrs. Henry Egolf
Laavos For i
Washington-
- Mrs. Henry C. Egolf and her her-two
two her-two children Katherine and Billy
left today by the SS Cristobal for
New York. ; ,
On arrival they will go. to
Box 134,
'
p.
By Staffers
anama
Washington D.C. to Join Mr. E
golf who is there on a business
trip. ,
The Egolfs, who live in Balboa.
Jt mil U IfUpUt Pmnsma 2-0740 3-0741 Um'lOO mJ to im. mff.'
expect to return to the Isthmus
in three months.

'THE SUNDAY AMERICAN.

REAR ADMIRAL AND MRS. C. L. C. ATKESON ENTERTAIN
IN HONOR OF ADMIRAL AND MRS. ARTHUR W, RADFORD
' Rear Admiral and Mrs. Clarence L. C. Atkeson Jr. entertained at their quarters Fri Friday
day Friday night with a reception in honor of visiting Admiral and Mrs. Arthur W. Radford. Adm.
Radford is Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of staff of th$ U.S. Military.
Among the forty guests who attended were Got. and Mrs. William E. Potter, Lt.
Gen. Robert M. Montague, U.S. Embassy Charge d'Affairs and Mrs. Robert Acly, Gen. L.
" muel C. Shepherd U.S.M.C., Gen. and Mrs. WUlard G. Wyman U.S.A., Vice Adm. L. S. Sabin
- ,Jr. U.S.N., Lt. Gen. Verne J. M. Caul U.8.M.O, Lt. Gen. R. A. Robinson U.S.M.C., Maj. Gen.;
- and Mrs. Thomas L. Harrold and Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Truman, H. Landon. t
- Admiral and Mrs. Radford and party will leave today, for Bogota, Colombia.

cutive committee,' Dallas Council

on Worjd Affairs, Chaifman of the
Board, Dresser Industries, Inc.,

Liauas. i

Ray Maloy, director, Office of

International Co-operation, C 1 b i 1

Aeronautics .Administration, Wash,
ington, D. C. - Vxfe'

Allen Merriam, editor in chief,

uauas Times neraiav vaiias;

Ross Newmann, chief, Interna International
tional International Rules Division, General Con

sul's Office, Civil Aeronautics

Board.. Washington. D. C.

Eugene S. Northrop, senior vice

president, Manufacturers T rust

Company, New York. , 1

W. W. Overton, Jr., : chairman,

and Chairman of the. Board, Tex Texas
as Texas Bank and Trust Companyt Dallas..-

Gilbert H. Perkins, vice chair

' Mrs. David Burke
Gives Despedida
Caffaa Far Mr. Nichols

. Mrs. David Burke entertained

- with a coffee party at her home
..in Balboa Heights as a farewell

- for Mrs. James B. Nichols who

- will be leaving the Isthmus short-

' Mrs Frank Wilson poured coffee
for the occasion. Some 35 ladies
attended.

' Miss Dorothy Gray .....

Will D9 nwiwi i
. At Retirement Party

. Miss Uorotny uray wiu oe me
guest Of honor at a retirement
. -..... 4n tu given Thursday at Ft.

your v 5 -
v imodm- twicers' ODen Mess.

' rnnWiails will be served at SS'be spend in. visiting with .local

'p.m. Dinner will follow. businessmen -of simuar interests,

MlSS-uray la jeunue llvI oMviy.", ..wwuie.

ny years as an empiuye m. w"
linvernment. She is now chief

States,.

The group, which will arrive

late this atternoon on a direct

flight from New. York with a

Washington stopover,, win meet a
small number v of local officials
and businessmen that evening at

a cocKtau party in tne biiddi
Koom of El Panama. Chas. E.

Beard, president of Braniff Air

ways, will be nost to the pasty.
Beard, with William A. Blakeley,
Chairman of the Executive Com Committee
mittee Committee of the airline company, are

hosts for; the 12-day special flight
through Latin America,

Monday morning the visitors

will pay a brief visit to the U. S.

Embassy and will visit the Mira-

flores Locks. Their afternoon will

riprk to the Commandant of the

vik.Tiiiil nintrict.

,. .1.1111 -- . .j
' Any lot her friends who would,

t be intersted m attending are ass
ed to call Lf. Cmdr. C. W. Tay Tay-,
, Tay-, lorNavy 2450 tor rservation.
Mrs! Julian Schley
is Gut of Honor
At Artists Tea
Mrs; Julian Schley was guest of
honor at an artists' tea given at
the Balboa Heights' .home of Mrs.
F. B. (ette) Jonnson, Monday aft-

Mrs. Schley is here witn ner

usbani,Maj. Gen. Julian. Schley
&he is a former member of Peie'
Johnson Palette Group. j
Disuished Guests
Arrive :On BfaniH's
P re-Inaugural Flight
A "group of 30 prominent busi businessmen
nessmen businessmen and officials fom the U U-nited
nited U-nited States will arrive today lor
a visit to V Panama on the first
stop itt Latin America oh th8 pre pre-inaiigural
inaiigural pre-inaiigural flight of "El Dorado,"
Braniff International Airways' IV
1Q v J' t,
"t ', Doradd", the newest' trad
most iip-tolate-commerce! al','n al','n-tr
tr al','n-tr in -tne ikies will begin regular
Latin American, sejvice May f 18,
rrmnprtini? Rio de-Janeiro. Lima.

and Panama with the: United1

A dinner at the Union Club will

Orchid Chapter No. 1

Holds Rummage Sale '--

Orchid Chapter No. 1 Order of

the Eastern Star is holding a rum

mage sale at building 131 in Pa
raiso Saturday beginning at 9 a.m

Tho snip whirh wis nripinallv

nmnned tor an earner date, prom

ises to be-a. good one. The extra

ur -e has enabled volunteers to

collect a large number of articles.

Sales chairman Miss Hazel

Blades announced today that three

will be a large assortment of

clothing for men, women and chil

dren, plus many, other items of

jewelry, toys and ornaments. All

prices will be low.

Orchestra Dance
At USO JWB

,,. ine mommy .orcnestra a a n c e

will be held tonight at the USO

JWB Armed Fcrces Service Cen Center
ter Center beginning at 8 p.m. Music will

be provided by George Miller

and his Happy Hepcats.

sponsors for tne dance are r Mr.

and Mrs. Stanley Fidanque of Pa

nama City. R. P.: Mr. and Mrs.

William Horn a of Balboa, C. t Z.;

and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sasso of

Panama City, R.P.

Members of the armed forces

and their dependents are cordial

ly invited to share in the enioy-

-""r of the monthly popular

dance.

close the day's activities. Local man of the Board, Chemical Corn

governmental offidials of the Re

public and the Canal Zone,' dip diplomats,
lomats, diplomats, travel and airline, and oth other
er other local businessmen are invited.
The guests from the United

State., include:

Sam I. Aldock, special assistant

to director, Bureau of Air Opera Operations,
tions, Operations, Civil Aeronautics Board,1

Washington, u v
Hulbert A. Aldrich, president,

New York Trust Co., New York.

O; Kelley Anderson, president,
New England Mutual Lite Insur

ance Company, Boston.

J aftes Anton, Chief,. Office of

Compliance, Civil Aeronautics

Board, wasmngton, u.
J. P. Dreibelbi, senior vice pres

ident, Banders Tr u s t, Company,
New York.

James F. Haley, vice .resi

dent, Koppers Co., Inc., Pitts Pittsburgh.
burgh. Pittsburgh. ...

Waiter m. Henseni, vice p r e i-

dent, Public Relations Kranin in international
ternational international Airways, Dallas.

Roeer Hull, executive vice pres

ident, Mutual Life Insurance Com Company
pany Company of New York, New York.

Robert M. jonnson. assistant 10

the vice; chairman, representing

th five members of the Civil Ae

ronautics.' Board, Washington D.C.

' Dr. Luis Macnado, director,
World Bank, Washington, D. C.
H.- N. Mallon, chairman of exe-

Exehance Bank. New York.

John J. Quinn, chief. Air Carri Carrier
er Carrier Division. Bureau of Safety, Ci

vil Aeronautics board, Washington

William B. Rufigles. editor, Edi

torial Page, Dallas Morning News,

Dallas. .'A
' Governor Allan Shivers, lormerl

Governor of Texas. AusUn.

Lynn U. Stambaugh, vice chair

man and Executive vice f rest
dent, Export-Import Bank, Wash
inaton. w .: r-v

Robert Stokke, treasurer and di director,
rector, director, Esso Export Corporation,

New York.

Dr. Robert G. Storey, Dean,

School of Law at Southern Metho

dist University, Dallas; and for former
mer former President of the American

Bar Association and Inter-American
Bar Association.
Oliver A. Swenson. vice presi

dent Equitable Life Assurance So

ciety of tne u. s., new ior.
Carl L. Swenson. president, Fo-i

ley Brothers (Construction),, Plea-;

santvilie.
Ben H. Wooten, president, First
National Bank,.Dallas-; 1 ; , v
: r irMi.ln tnlst .AnoM law-

yer; F"irst President oft United Na-

tionsd f ormerljr Ambassador from

Colombia to the U.N.: to tne

to Peru.

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FIRST AID GRADUATES These are" the graduates of thfc St andard First Aid' Course which -was recently 'conducted &r Vnrl

wmij wu. a c.i v ft?' w b "t auow avnr' wiuid u5 w c
dent; Col. peter S. Peca. commandinari officer. Fort Clayton: M rs

norence norman. in ine secona row are

Clayton., They are (left-to right), first row)-Mrs. Dolores Bagwell. Mrs. Flora Freeze. Mrs. sM--7JMt:

Peter S. Vera -Ynmmimdlnir.'riffffftr lWiii nin-ntjn. M n.... i..i:.i : T,T1 -----

Norman. iri the second row are (f

j-oma; Mrs. Ann Burun, Mrs. sniriey Tayior; Mrs;- Ann Gums- Mrs. Luvada Parker: and mm r.

fff rtMi "vGl;a?e ?wer?i Instructor; Mrfc Angelina Sanchez, and Mrt.
rL0, iBfi '1i1,a Dorset . zonardistaff vice president; Mrs.-HejerT

aredeft to right) Mrs. Edith Padgett; SFC." Manning E.

In the third row

wallers, distaff non-commissioned officer, and Mrs. Vema call

N -'". 1 (U.S. Arm Phot n

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PHARMACIES

or

USED BY THE BEST
BEAUTY PARLORS

it COLORS
it CONDITIONS
it 'CLEANSES

and it does ALL THREE at on and

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DISTRIBUTORS IN PANAMA
JULIO VOS,
Second" Dlagenal (Old "A" Street) N. T-W-lox No. 1TeL t-tStl v,

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1 1 u L7 the goodness

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No one knovs how to prepare ravioli like the kalians
Therefore our CHEF BO Y-A R -DEE chef chose a real
Italian recipe to prepare this delicious dish!
But a good recipe alone is not enough one alio must
use ingredients of the highest qaalirjk Chef BorAf4ee
ravioli made with migniiceac tender mear aod a sauce
of tomatoes and other high quality ingredients. The result?.-
a tasty dim that caa be prepared ia misuses toi
ill delight everybody-

; ft4tmi At Ym CommiiiMj Sior
' "i a SPEOALTY-
. THE t EST RECIPES

A seventeen-vear veteran ot

avtation, Robert C. Hatch, hot
been named Manager tor Bran'
iff international Airways in

Panama. r- v ; o i-iV'

Hatch, who joined Braniff in

1W9, served the airline' as sales

manager in Colon from 1951-1953

and, since that time, has been

manager for Braniff in Ecuador

He replaces Robert Booth, who

has been transferred to Bogota

as Branill s manager In Colom Colombia.
bia. Colombia. ; ,v -
A native of Banta Ana, Calif.,
Hatch graduated from Orange,
Calif.. High School and Santa

Ana College in 1947. From 1940-
1042 'ha vol mnlnvaH if tVia

( v"..twj aw v.. v.
Lockheed and Douglas Aircraft
Assemby Plants in California.

During World War IL Hatch

served with the UJS. Air Force

from 1943-1945. Most of this time
was spent in England with the

8th Air Force.

ui 2B comDat missions aboard
B-17 aircraft over Europe, Hatch
earned ths Distinguished Flying
Cross, the air medal with five
clusters and the Purple Heart.
He received his honorable dis discharge
charge discharge in 1945.
After th war, Hatch attended
law school at the University of

aoutnera cauiornia and tne A

merlcan Institute for Foreign

naae at rnoenix. Arizona.

The new Braniff manager in
Panama Joined Braniff Airways
as a transportation agent at
Houston, Texas, in 1949. was pro

moted to sales representative at
Dallas. Texas, in 1950. returned
to active duty with the Air Force

during the Korean crisis and, in

January, issi. returned to air airline
line airline service as Braniff sales
manager, at Colon.
Hatch and his wife, the former

Miss Gladys Dillon of Guayaquil,

tcuaaor. ana ineir inree chil children
dren children will reside at El Pan a mm on

43rd Street In Panama Cltv.

Quote Unquote

By UNITED PRESS
AUGUSTA. Ga. president

Elsenhower, In disclosing he will
ask Congress to give the secre secretary
tary secretary of labor authority to make

public union financial records:

La Dor racketeering, lute cor

ruption anywhere, is an abom

ination whichMnust be eliminat eliminated
ed eliminated if and whenever it occurs.

LONDON- A British air de

fense officer on the dread inter intercontinental
continental intercontinental ballistics missile

which he said is not the ultimate
weapon: ;
"There has never yet been an
ultimate weapon, and with sci

ence progressing as it is it would

bo unwise to call., any weapon!

ultimate.

" WASHINGTON ; Sen. Milton
R. Young (R-N.D.) criticizing
the administration's cut in price

supports tor. wneat:
- "I think there are manv Re

publican leaders who really
don't understand the difficult

situation farmers are facing

and won't understand it until
after another election." r i

EL CENTRO. Calif. Mike

Russell of radio station KXO in

relating that a disc Jockey had

just begun a rock 'n' roll record
when an earthquake hit:

"Someone said 'that was a

real rock 'n' roller.'

NEW YORK Sen. John L.

McClellan, -chairman of the sen senate
ate senate Rackets Committee, on la labor
bor labor racketeering:

"Racketeering is a tnreat to

Sailor Asks Navy
For Unsegregaled

Sealing Al Movies

WASHINGTON Anril 27 rtTP

Navy Secretary -Thomas S. Gates

today had. a gripe on his hands:
How come officers' wives net the

front row seats at. the movies? I

The grille came, from an un

listed man by way of Sen. Henrv

M. Jackson (D-Wash.).

.The sailor.. who is stationed at

the naval amphibious base at Lit

tle t,TeeK, va, said all debendenta

are seated in the balconv whn

movies are shown at the base
theater. Y
But he 'ssid' the center front
rows are reserved for officers' de
pendents, surrounding seats are
for chief petty officers', dependents
and enlisted men's dependents get
what is left.-

Gary cooper

i n

"FRIENDLY PERSUASION

PRE-RELEASE

TUESDAY 30th

(In TECHNICOLOIy

ttNT RAM

He noted : that chapel seats are
hot reserved by rank and "no en ensign's
sign's ensign's wife has caught a commu communicable
nicable communicable disease by worshiDmne

next to the wife of an enlisted

man."
The sailor said seating by rank
at the movies has caused ''much
discontentment,-irritation and all
around bitter feelings" and as a
"esult the better enlisted men are

nt reenlisting. v f

The Navy said seating by rank

liberty. It is criminal and lt has I" don "t shore establish-
no place in our civilized society." iments matter of custom,"

Class Houses Dept.

LONDON, April 27 (UP)
The London Dally Express car carried
ried carried two Identical- cartoons to

day of a 'UA' aircraft-, carrier
rushing into battle with flags

flying and planes ready for ac action.
tion. action. '. -.
One was captioned: The U,

8. Sixth Fleet dashts off, to save
Britain from inteureninr In- the

Middle East." ; i

The second said: .The V.' B.

Sixth Fleet dashes off to er

ahem Intervene in the .Mlddlw

East. .

Moreover, it said the secretary
of the Navy "is not of the opinion
that seating arrangements of this

type are detrimental to reenlist reenlist-mert."
mert." reenlist-mert." TV..-. : .y

. Jackson,- a member of the Sea-1
ste Armed Services Committee,
wrote Gates in passing along the j
sa lor's complauit: . '

" - .' '. i :
"I strongly urge 'that you im immediately
mediately immediately order all Navv installa

tions to remov rank, designations
from theater sc&tmg and Mius re restore
store restore to- enlisted personnel, their
wives and children their riebtiul

benefits of first-ciass citizenship."

. 1 ; ; ..... . .. ;-

SUNDAY BRUWCIJ
DAWCO iJOWUS!

- Always a wonderful value u)
; we think it'arfvn better today ,
alnce you'll have entertainment ';
v t by tha ,versatie internatipnal trio V

GUTTEIIDERGS
Pinky, Hilda, and Joa
who delight with' f f'
their antica In
8 languages nf n';
'their skill at playing
9 different instruments

of course, you also have the delicious ?
Brunch menu; your choice of eomplimentarjr
cocktail and music by Frankie Azcarraga's
Trio all for $2.25
From 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p m.
. in the air-conditioned Balboa Room v -l

' -v V

Call Mteitre 4hoteI
S-1660 1 :

for reservations

,.A Xirkebv Betel i

FBI Pins Charge
On Cuban Importer
Of SIol Machines

MIAMI, April 27 VP) FBI

stents seised three shipments of
slot machines at a Miami wharf

today and arrested Juaa Vamues
I of Cuba for shipolnv camblins

i devices interstate without prop-

er isoeis.

C. E. Weeks, a rent in chares

ef the Miami FBI district, said

I customs Inspectors spotted the
slot machines, valued at 123.000

U $30,000. labeled as 'pin

Igsmes."

weeks said the 38-rear-old

Tatdtis is a Cuban broker in

ramailn; devices who travels

extensively and maintains a

home at Miami. The slot ma

1 chines, both new and weed, ao-

I parentiv wre rurchased from

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THE SI7NDAY AMERICAS

tVces ;c:;;7ec Le
; CHICAGO," Apfil ZZ UP)- An unofficial recount in-

CW today -that Walter' (Yoq Hoo) -Yemm, an energetio v

psinessman.ohad' 12 wives. :

"f thqughj there, were only nine, but I just happened
remember, three more," he told authorities.. -t
; Yemm, '47, seemed to recall that he divorced two of

s wives. i -. ,;rv--'fe";f:-i'
HAnotKef".-d,:

W said she was getting a divorce. 'Ymm sajq. ,"Do you ;

lippost that, count8?'';;:;'"

t imjII : Stella's' nifMn

name,; That ,Wa"" almost 10
V(r8 ago,, h 'said, and there'
had besit so man viyes; -"i5 V
P ollce. tranklv fascinated ,? at

how-the fejlow. did lt: said- Investigation'-of
the "married lives

or Walter Yemm; showed that,"
:; Although he. held, 9. Job' as as assistant
sistant assistant purchasing agent Jor-
machine, company until he was
fired VesterdavUhe didn't both

er with the (expenses of keeping

two'' wives,:;', '-ve it-"--

'. Wilma and Beverly- boueht the'
groceries and paid the rent, he

said, '.while he told them, he waa

saying rus mpney.
when his wives got su)icioils
about hjs financial prospects, he
showed them a contract from an
airplane company promising hlra
a plush life.. with a $1300 month-
lyj payoheck;, and f all-" expenses

paid, in Houston, LTex. '4 fv '-: V

Tneyo; oe jeavmg1' any nay
now, Yemm would assure a wife.
He was fair with his wives, di dividing
viding dividing his time equally between
them and explaining he had to
leave town on business. ; ,.
' .'"We asked him whr he both

ered to marry all of them, said

Egan.,"He says ne likes married
life.';--;',,trfc';:

At Least; Bookies

Do Not Outntirtibei

New hnoland Cods

:'. BOSTON (UP i- It's a neck-

an,d.-neckace 'between yibooki
makers and police officers- M
Massachusetts, State ; crime
Commissioner Joseph Ford said

Irst bride, Edith Ellis of Indian-testate tax figures show there l

Assistant state's" attorney Pat--k
; Eean said Yemm's marital

jiventures' pose a problem.

yye can't ngure out wn:n ui
thes( women -was : his legal

Ife," Egan said. VAnd we've got

know thar, we re omg w
osecute him lor bigamy.'' ; :
Yemm was tripped un when.

M .tried to marry again. The

hew woman In hits life rot so

Hcleus and asked police to

heck on Temm,

At first 'Yemm admitted; he

kd six vndlvorced wives. Later

rolled pff seven names. These,
th. the two he divorced, made

aeThen M came p? wlth

ree ouiers..;: : W:" -v zk.
Nobody would have disturb disturb-&
& disturb-& Yemm's harem, be said, if
e hadn't over-extended him-

elf and made arrangements to -r

ake on a ninth bride. '

"Three wives In one' town are
b many, Yemm told police.

lemm. a dark-naired. 7-year-

cnarmer, was bookea on

teamy charges.

r(tnce picked up Yemm yesier.

ij and asked. two "Mrs.

smms" to Identify him. soia
id he was their, husband they

aought. One, the former Bever

' Bimms. 31. a tvnist. said sue

111 loved him, : ; -" i ;
The other, the former Wlima

lysik, 48, a clerical worker, said
lie had no more ven for Yemm

hd demanded he &ive back the
fcrahe bought him: ' .- i v:

Yemm admitted he was mar-

ed to Beverly and- Wilma. Un-

r prodding, he aoaea ne iisa

IJU ClU,vu, AJV.UI'J, ivaw,T
pella, corrine ,and Gladys.

h started getting married m

31, he said, and divorced his

bolls, and Stella, another In-

aiiapolls girl. i i

For the life of him, he eouia

l!ar$cs Fcdsrelica

i!irnir.:!o$ AnTcrfccn
7cniii Fcr Prexy L

lies Onfson, R.N., president of the

Amentan, curses assucwuuu,
bn3 been nominated for the office
rtf nrAciHonf rtf Ah Tntornntinnlll

Council of Nurses, a federation of

yi national proiessionai nurses a a-speiaUons.
speiaUons. a-speiaUons. 4s .
! ION -.nffirars for 1957 to 1961

will be .elected "by the G r a n d

Council, voting body of thevorga
mzation. during the Eleventh Qua

drenmal CongreSs of the ICN,

which wll be held In-Home, Italy,
May 27 to June 1, 1957. -u
i Mica nhlcAn VHiiffifinn Hirprtor

and chief examiner for the Con

necticut State. Board of Nurse Ex

aminers, Hartford, nas Deen serv serv-no
no serv-no nn h IfM hnard at directors

since 1954. She was nominated for

the, president's ottice uy me nurs nurses
es nurses jsocia.tions;. in, Australia,. Bel-

onim Finland. Iceland. J lD.ll

Netherlands, Norway, Sweden,

Turkeyrand the 'united states;
7 Alen.,nnminafaH : 'fnis; nresident

are Miss Lucy Duff-Grant, presi

dent ot' the wauonai uouncu wi
Nurses of Great Britain and North-
arn livliiul n inH Mias Hnlen Mc-

Arthurv national director of nurs-i

tqg services oi me anaumn jvu
Cross Society.'
ftthbr American' nurses nominat

ed forlCN offices are:, first vice'

president, Mrs. Elizabeth K.,iW-

ter, 'JK.1N. Oirecior OI me rmiii;c
PayneJ Bolton School of Nursing,
Western tjt e s e r V e University,
Cleveland, second' vUe-prest
If ...n.r'Al n AlMlfitplft R:N..

chief, Division of Nursing Resourc Resources,;
es,; Resources,; Department of Health,- Ediica
tion and Welfare, U.S. Public
Health' Service; and: Ruth Sleeper,
tt-N.i director of nursing, Massa-

Pcn(nnkn Praised
Cy US Th:5tsr jk3 :
For Brodvav 7crlr

1 The leadinff drama jriaeazine of

the United States, Theatre Arts,

this montn teaturea on us cover
portrait of the-'young Panamanian
director Jose Quintero.

1 xne drawing py .. ai iiirscnteia,
nntpit Jf S caricaturist, d e n i e ts

rimntorn tnppthpr with KntfpriR O'-

i Neill, America's foremost p 1 a y-

wrignt. Aise ieaiurea in me same
issue is an article by Quintero des des-rihinff
rihinff des-rihinff Ihn evolnlinn nf his nheno-

m enall v successful production of

O'Neill's posthumous play, ''Long
rar' Jnurnev Into Nieht.'.'

j Tse magazine also predicts that

the o neui worn wui; oe we lend

ing contender tor au ot tnis year s
major awards. The introduction to
Ouintero's article states;
i 'A 4h sonanti fnr award an-

proaches, v Theatre Arts "ventures
the forecast that Eugene O'Neill's
Long Day's Journey Into Night will
be the leading, contender for all
the major awards for the outstand

ing play 'of the 1956-57 season on

Broadway. t ''- f -i
"In the accompanying article,

Tci Oitintirn iff eminentlv auall-

Ified to describe-the play's own

journey to croauwiiy, u w wi

earlier worn as oirecior bhu vu-

producer of the revival ot o weiu s
t'Tko Inoman rnmpth" which was

A 'IV. v
instrumental in leading to the A?

merican prooucuon oi on
Dav's Journey Into Night and his

workr ifUthe same capacities on

"Long Day's journey, naa a qi qi-rect
rect qi-rect bearing on the success of this

production.. .- 7

. a ine proaucuou ui . .-man
man .-man Cometh'' at New. York's Cir Cir-.i.
.i. Cir-.i. : thA mn nan Ann of a se-

rles of off -Broadway achievements

R JJ.i director Of nursmg. Massa- res ui-oiu.j "S..-
chuVeGeneral Hospitai,3ostoa.Uhich preceded the young Pana-

4 PANaMA-AIAMI

one way

on bookie for every oollca offi

cer." He said there are 10,000 po policemen
licemen policemen In the state.

GARY' COOPER in?
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Solons Call For Wider Scope
Of Anti-Rackets Legislation

WASHINGTON, April 27 (UP)
Chairmen of Senate and House
committees today -promt sed
prompt action on President Els Elsenhower's
enhower's Elsenhower's call for legislation to
wipe out the "abomination" of
labor racketeering.
Several members of .Congress
called for even broader legisla legislation
tion legislation than the President propos proposed
ed proposed in Augusta, Oa., after confer
ring with Secretary of Labor
James P. Mitchell.
-Chairman John L. McClellan
(D-Ark.) of the Senate Backets
Committee ; agreed with Elsc-n-hower
on the need for legislation
to give the executive branch au
thorlty to look over union. wel
fare and pension funds and
mate them public. '
But, McClellan said that "at
least one further step is neces neces-:
: neces-: bory." This step, he said,

manian's arrival on Broadway."
A copy of Theatre Arts is avail available
able available at the USIS library on Ave.
Central. i

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" free elections and the demo

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and file of union members can
have and retain, control of
their union."
. Chairman Jnhn IT j TTpnnpHv

fD-Maxsl nf th Rpnatf Ijihnr

subcommittee said h exnectn to

start hearings within a month

on the President's proposals. He
said findings of the racket in investigators
vestigators investigators indicate the need for
legislation.

Chairman Orftham A narrlan

(D-NO Of the '. TTnn T.ahnr

Committee 'said his ermm will

meet May 1, He indicated It will

take up plans then for consider considering
ing considering the president's recommenda recommendations.
tions. recommendations. : '( ,V

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union trust funds, the adminis

tration nas indicated it will try
to increase i protection given
workers under the Taft-Hartley

iauui -management law.
It may seek legislation requhV
lng publication of salaries paid
union officials the condition of
union treasuries and administra administration
tion administration of union funds. r

Barden said "curbs on ; labor

movement funds are far past
due." He added that something
IS needed "to heln th. renrol

public and the labor man alike
who as good Americans disap disapprove
prove disapprove of this racketeering..",

But Barden na.M h iinf

sure" that the executive branch
should do the overseeing of un union
ion union financial administration. He

said his committee would give
full consideration to "thw wrw

very serious problem at an early
date." ,.,

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ets Committee Joined in hailing
the President's statement. .7

pen Kan e. Mundt (R-SD)
said he was "highly gratified.,
However, hp alH thai lorrlcloln

should go beyond the President's

rcuummenaauons to include es establishment
tablishment establishment of regulations and
controls over union funds.
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he would "go along" with ad

ministration proposals for public
disclosure of welfnr fnnH.

he said he was "not sold thai all
this .should be disclosed to the

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four-foot, ll-inch mother of
three, gave birth to quadruplets
here last night. Two of the in infants
fants infants died within minutes..
Th nthf t.Wft hahlaa mar

placed in oxygen tents. Hospital
authorities did not reveal their
sex or other details.

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Gallop

I Eric, the meal-ticket of the Isaac "Maestro" Ggstines
stable, today will attempt to make it two consecutive fea feature
ture feature race victories in the one mile $750 second series
main event at the President Remon race track. 3

v Scheduled to oppose the plucky
thestnut son of Sosiego Erna
Sack are Gavilan, Comatose and
4ai Alai II.
tast week Comatose and Gavi Gavilan
lan Gavilan chased Eric home in that or

der. Jai Alai II wound up fifth aft-
. 1 1 1

or opening a long eariy ieaa ana
Slowing his heels to the pack to
Hie final furlong where he quit
4ijdenly.
Eric score by almost four lengths
viii 1:24, only oae second off the
! track standard. Jlowever, this
itime he .will tote seren pounds
Jmore .than' he did on that ocea-
lion.. The ,Maestro's grandson, He He-.JOdoFO,
.JOdoFO, He-.JOdoFO, Will have the 'ieg up on

the Chilean coit as usual. .1
I Nine other prospective thrillers
I Ji'Gomatose, which has perform ; are included on the program.
d surprisingly well in all his re-l
gjent starts, shapes up a danger! Beginning today, all Sundays
as contender. Jiuben Vasquez, the will be Ladies Day at the track,
track's leading rider, will do the Admission will be completely free
booting aboard. Comatose. . I ft the fair sex. '.

Gavilan, a mils' specialist., .could
make this another of his patented

wins over Comatose at this dis

tance. Gavilan has twice beaten
Comatose merely by keeping close
to the Stud Chitre sprinter all the
way to the final quarter where he

easily wore him down. y

This time, however, Comatose is
not expected to be the pace-setter
because of the extraordinarily

fast Jai Alai I. The latter could
"steal' the race if allowed to open
too long an early, lead. Despite
being a weakhearted quitter, he
might just hang on long enough to
go all the way. Braulio Baeza qill
try to do the unexpected with Jau
Alai I.

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PRE-RELEASE.-
TUESOAY 30th

(In TECHNICOLOR)
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Moose May Be
Mightier Than
Mickey Mantle

Bv STEVE SNIDER

NEW YORK j- (UP) Mickey
Mantle is the headline homer
hitter but for raw power the
kingpin In the Yankee lineup is

tiin (Moose) tjKowron,. a reiorm reiorm-ed
ed reiorm-ed football player, who swishes a

bat as ii it weienea no more

than a fly swatter. ... v-u

"He's got muscles ne aoesn i
even know about yet," said
Manager Casey- Stengel. ."And
you know, he's no slouch as a
first hasrman ither." u i

Tnrico in t,h recent aeries at

Boston, Skowron put his power

on display oy unioaawg iwo
homers in one game. And. twice
ho h.miMH nifcches welt un in

the center field bleachers 400 feet

from home piate an area- xareiy
reached by comtemporary-. slug sluggers.'
gers.' sluggers.' '4-''-'-?tf.
tvi Mnnw who slaved half

back at Purdue, is the American
League's counterpart of Oihcin--

natrs Tea Kjuszewsnr..w u
niavoH nd at Indiana. Both

have tremendous power ; Both
have been batting eyes to boot.
ikMA o .mi a lit v nf-

treme modesty about Skowron
that keeps him wondering f
he has made the Yankee, balr
club even though he hit .340,
.319 and .308 in his three big
league seasons. And It's a qual quality
ity quality that keeps him hustling to
improve his weaknesses, v r

risih Vi sn ld "You've never itot

it made with Stengel.!' V ."i'

But Casey, wno regaras nis
prime stars Mantle and Yogi
Berra with a fan-like admir admiration,
ation, admiration, also has a soft spot for the

26vyear-oid "Brute-, irom rur-
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Italians Play Baseball
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Hot

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End Of Trail
Not In Sight
For" Ted, Stan
, By OSCAU FRALI Y f? .'
. TMKW, YORK YTIPl" It .looked

like old times today with ? Ted
WUliams and Stan Musial leading
the baseball hit parade and it

made each of them certain that,
the. end of the trail still wasn't in

sight.'

T 0iioa ,T chniiM kav at Wat

another year.'J Musial commented
as he paced the National League
with a .536 average while Wilt

Hams, batting an even .4U0. aaa aaa-ed:
ed: aaa-ed: "This is over the standard I
set for myself if I'm going to stay
in basebah." i

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; The wsy they're going, both
may be around for some time to

come. '

Unusually Good Starts

; Editor; CONRAOO SARCEANT

Rate Track Graded Entrids
F.F. Hon Jeeksy St. CtmmU V''J

1st Race -D-E", Natives 6 FgsT Puirse 30v Tool Close.

Vwa t:r"l?niu H- Gus- W5X -Could be upsetter..

CTmoo t aza. lia form mdicates - ,M,
NachO J. Rodrlmies US Back in best fnfnr -1

rilKa -v.; E. Darin lift Rocf oorlu -.' : V

V, ,i. .. Jjario jho Attest early loot' s : r
r" S. Baeza 108 Returns in imoif hanl

' Hernandez' 96k Usually close up .',
A. Gonzales inn. Pntoo air nii.iui jf.'

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2nd, Race Hla." Natives' m P- ewe 1 '1

. ;. t., 2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE ,7' frT
tvSSant r ?,CdIdl0 104- to, top form (. 1 J 4-l
aZFnSipiH. t?." 112 --Seems ?sure thing' v even
lLlbnriJ rt & 80 P -Would surprise f&
4 Liboria J. Phillips ms Ha. h.. .'

1. S -rull Moon, B. nSHr,B.Vii o-j

.S-Baedid a'a7S -return, from layoff m

,sr VUU UT1BU

M. HurTey.ii SZtfa J.

Each is' off to i' an ; unusually ,-. J w" ' r
good stafrt and, barring, injuries or 3rd Race "Non-Winners" Natives purs sWa1
mishaps, figures to be a threat all Fivr Furlongs 7 1. nv. J
tre way 'for the batting titles. ? , ONETWO
nj. I. L!l II..I..II. Q1A 11,1 14 .nlinPf'riTO 'W .I H..t. V "' ?A

1 Ot.aUf : .W1IW till. . VUIJ rtlW, ."II
season', won the- last of his six
crowns in 1952 and Williams, sec second
ond second with .345 to Mickey Mantle's
OE4 naa nnn trtn Via 1 a ftf

.aja idai scsiavij. TVVU Ml v-

his four titles in 1948.

tT- ''-V -' : t j
If Stan's target this year

' Pne-VLf Staii's-targeWthis-ye'ar t- V.ZJUllf7Y H T V"5,
is Gus J Suhr's National League jthR r, ... V ,r 1
record of playing in 822 consecu- M Rc Elimination'' Imp. F. Purse 600 V Pool Closed
tive games. Stan, was only, 48 ; QLINIELA k V. ? f
games short as the season started lcopar a. vPnBB "t v -(Js;
and has played in. all seven Car j-Onda Real -a rrSf ""ln nght Pot ' S-I
j;i .nt.i. rf.ai.it a nulled ST.".? ""al A. Credidio 105 Ran well in ta.f tt

' ROME. Italy (UP) Marilyn

Monroe ''introducedl baseball to

the ancestral, home, 01 .tne.JUi-MaBglos,-
Riziutos and MaKUes,

and this year the sport is jreacn
ln tnotnrttir In Tf.alv

- wnnpfni vounraters b a r a n

scramblinir- this, week.torposi week.torposi-tions
tions week.torposi-tions on more than 10 learns,
divided into five leagues which
cover all of the1 country.:
' "Jobody r gave a dartmabouti

baseball here until Marilyn Mon

roe married Joe DlMaKi6," .aid
Giulio Olorioso. ace pitcher for
the Lazio Club of Rome.- ami a

veteran of serine: training Jn the

Cleveland Indians camp in Flor Florida
ida Florida a few years agew 1 r

. "As toon as me married joe.
everybody was interested' in
how this Italian boy made
good.' and they founa out he
was a baseball player, i
"Rlaht awav kids all over Italy

decided that if being a ball play player
er player was the way to marry Marilyn

Monroe, they would learn to oe
ball players,' and our practice

sessions were lammed."

There had been a uttie Base Baseball
ball Baseball in Italy before Marilyn mar-

Racetrack Tips

By CONRADO

lArryla Black Bee (e)
2 Vilma P. 1 Bagdad
S Sandokaa (e) Enganoto
4 Copar Moon Beam
5 Empire Cross (e) Silver Blue
Reynold Teloree
7 Embrnjada Golden Corn II
S Fieltr El Fakir
9 Kinr Opulento

10GaviUn k inc

I "HI

KNOWS, MR. ALLISON' A HEW HIGH III MOTION

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PICTURE

ARTISTRY OPENS ON WEDNESDAY AT THE BELLA VISTA THEATRE

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HEAVEN KNOWS. Sir. ALLISON, a vniqne and fntri fntri--
- fntri-- t-utnrly paratexlcal film ce-itarrtnr Deberab Kerr tc Reb Reb-ert
ert Reb-ert ftUtchum, will apa at the BELLA VISTA Theatre a
I ; Wednesday. Joba Hasten, whose formidable arrat ( nper nper-4atire
4atire nper-4atire pietnres inrlade ntch predartiens as Treamre f
1 Serra Madre," The African Qaeen and MHn Kh(,'
i directed this 2th Oatary Fes CinenaSrepe-De Laxc c4 c4-'
' c4-' r pmdartton, -.--.
I HEAVEN KNOWS, Mr. ALLISON tells the strange and

mvrlar story f a fntlc nan and a teoth'Marlne etranl etranl-cd
cd etranl-cd en an Island tn the Seatb Pacifie under hatardeas war wartime
time wartime renditions. It Is packed with physical actien yet H Is
primarily a draan hnrnaa and spWtaal emotieot play played
ed played with Infinite delicacy and anevimr tenderness against
the. rntrpnt f the violenee ef war.,
. I1EAVEN KNOWS. Mr. ALUSON Is the pWtore f the
year, a mevte event yen weeldnt like t vnUs. Bemesaker,
it plays pn Wednesday at the BELLA VISTA. :

ried Joe, brought there bv VJS..
Soldiers Who Slaved hall Hivrtnu

off hours in war and occupation.
But. the: sport had made little
Impression on soccer-crazy Ita

lians generally. When the Jirst
Italian league started play in
194- there, were Jusf four teams
of half -equipped younsrsters..
Now ?000 or tnore fans per
fame, pay 65 cents, each to see
them play, and tome crowds
have been as high as 15.000.
ach team it allowed only two

. American on its roster., picked
pom- UJS. soldiers or students
in Italy. The other playert are
Italians. ,.;

Dlamnnda ara rnnvarfal'

" 1 vvivW, OVbVVl

ueias. -wiin no pitcher's mound

A rough Infield and outfield

make the ball take odd hops.

Because ine nejds are rectangu rectangular,
lar, rectangular, one outfield wall is so close
an infiflri mium nan .ij

blown. Into a homer.- while th-

. a.1

omer wau is a cannon-shot a

way..' v.

AS in Amrlrft fhora sr. ...

ors in the stands but they don't

sen noMOBs ana heer-After all.
this Is Italy, even if the game is
American, so they sell pizza pies

ana rea wine. v.. .
' La tin tempers are a problem
in the Italian leagues. Involving
both Dlaver and fan TTmni.

V. D
generally are fellows who didnt

u ii and they often
know little of th Tn r

Kama last mr m aatva

chased the nlate umnlra 1 into

cenLernpin nm with

. niUI KWU

xnrowin arms have been known
tO SAIL a TllTTB frnm ka kUk.k.

ers into the face of an outfield

er. r -f I- :

Civil author! t.l ilmmiaini

extra -noiice to htnn

hot rival '. . .. .-

; Italian baseball Rets a $10,000-

year suosidy from the Italian
Olympic fund which: comes from
government lotteries on soccer
nlus their irate recelots. Prom
that, baseball iava for eouio eouio-ment.'
ment.' eouio-ment.' travel, stadium Tent and
trsinlnir. Players t no oay.
Kont.hlM mnrm. mrA mrtp

Italian kids are turnlnt- to base baseball,
ball, baseball, it must be love of the sport
Marllvn Isn't married to Joe any

longer. ;.

dinal contests despite a puuea
back muscle suffered on opening

Annthf nt 'ill! lims is to loin

Itra select circle ot tnose wno

have rapped out 3,000 hits. Start Starting
ing Starting the season, Stan, who is 36,
needed 219 more base blows and
' that,. undoubtedly, ; is going to be

one wnicn wiu nave w wbi uum
newt Kpason.' . .'"'-

Real Ceef,Year

Williams is unusually; optimistic
ko..a4 Uim awh nhtinitM tVI

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: Thursday night the keglers
from all sectors of the Pacific
side of the Canal Zone took over
the bowling lanes at Balboa.
Twelve teams of Army; Navy. Air
FVirr nrf rivlltan nrnnnel in

augurated the new summer

league. V
.. TVi lamlA Ka mii v t Knvl

ers of the championship caliber

sucn as ana tsaicer, Bin ciiey
and others from the high ranking-
leagues, to the unknown and
would-be bowlers who struggle
to hit 400 series for a nlht
This wide scope of bowling a a-biUtles
biUtles a-biUtles was oulte vividly display displayed
ed displayed on-the openinit niaht when
the high mark wtu 612 and the
low of 341. It is the secret, bene
of many of the unknowns that
some of the high "cores of the
cbmps will rub off onto them.
The maple strikers from. Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook rrabbd the stwUleht the
first night Prwntlne a wH ba ba-hincd
hincd ba-hincd team thrr rolled in
the first rame. to "Vl in
! sjnd nd "wVfc-rf with n
839. However, this three game

AUUUb WWII VH-v., ww.

me physiiaUy.'be says, "I hope
m k annA va. which

kitftna ttn. and attt-

ting about 25 home runs. But, I'll

tell you one thing, nobody ,1 I-

TsU Ted ; wai the last 'm'sn te
perform that feat, and he did that

despite a bad year In his .406 sa-

or ma
sing because of an ankle in

jury

"There's too much night oase-i
ball and this, ruins your eating and.

sleeping habits and is bound to
. .. m j i

nun you,;; ieu eapiaiua, ...

Willisms. at 38,- doesn't expect

to olay in much more than 100

games this year. Yet, xtomjtM;
way he and Musial have started
that may be enough to put bom
f h.e old saffers right back at

the top. '-

toUl of 2815 waa good lor four
noints.'. '' v'

Two other teams coppea iout
poinU to coma out with unblem unblemished
ished unblemished slates. Farfan smacked

SCClimllwu wv, mi
number will climb.

le champ for the evening
th nirl atandbv. Bill Coffey,

wno naa a oi Kra, .iuu
closely by Bob Toland. In that

Closes :4S

tSSSSSL C. ? -Whaven-L. Chancer. I m

SWiplGunes Irm' J

r-??5"!ft' M. Hurley 110 -Not good eno Jh . i

. fianfhfn iin :..pk w;: .

o xanganica a. flanoh'. nn1;:. pur8"

d-is.i... ,rr e"uu-weie ouua

'7-(Enga VSS S"Hj'i

3-1

S-Moon Beam i -ail we.U.

4 Incaica ir Vw "" ul "nt out
5- Tom rniirt,a X' 2rt8;a "5 -Lacks early speed :
; a; er. I02x Showing improvement i
'""C' v'1" "j'
Stn Race "Special" 2 Year Olds i a-' -i!',"
Pnni Imp. S Furlonga ;
rurse $65 poof C oses S:55 . ;

4 Julio Verne 1 n S? -fouW be upsetter?
In nother month' ;-'
cr B. AguU 115 Will fight it Jut M
-(Edlth Piaf A. Credidio 103 -Not f ood enough

3-1

4-1
50-1
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th Rae sth Serf" 'IL.-'.id.'

- .7 ". mZ1" rur"e w k 1
''r riRS? ACK OP THK DOTJBLI

Jtiscal ;
"4 Ponton
iS Qrimilda
6-iAmin Dldl
i,7--Rutllante 1
S Teloreo
Q Da .J.

a-i
, 'v 4-1
' 10-1
. 3-1
Hi.,-1

Pool Close v

2' f

h n.TH?,.: Hooa !nnc here

a'J:55 -Doesn't wem likely

nC "U"M speed v
Jn5;rieeks PetPvictory
. Dano ion ..piMut ... l.u4

tj. j "nii uKiicaies j.
Hernandeg iqsx -Could make it now
imev Kan no t w

1 j

3-1
.
101
15-1
10-1
- 8-1
20-1
3-1

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. i 2ND RACE OP TBI! nnimra

. ..... . .f- .WVVAiA

1-fioft Note B Baeza in -w..-.k-.

B. Agutrre.113 Lwy, fight ft f
j S?.n.?hea 112 -Should beat th.. i

Slt?. faimpa 115 -Would b.v'w.iV v

Sth Race 8th Series Imp. 7 F"gs.Purs. 50.

Pool Closet 4:81

, uvui uico "i
S -Embmlada
a ov...iii!

J:

50-1
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.3-3
S-l
3- 1
4-1

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Pool aoses 4:4

1 Qenizarlto

a iguazu
SFi-lf-.rn. v

4 Dnn notil

- - .win
5 Jaouimazo

ished slates. Farfan smacked sE1 klr B;Baeza E W'
down 3564. maples, and Rodman ,7-CartUlero H. OusUnes 107 T?nLw IT
won four with 2463 pin lalL- ; v J- ;c 107 -Longshot possibility,
The nonor roll composed of ; ..... ... i

A leas! lis Qhhrefienfn, "ntly;'
t V f15 "-Should score agslir -i'
J. M. Bravo 108 -Earlv sneari h

V. Castllln 111. f j

Pool Closes

The nonor roU composed of . ; 1 v - .. ?
i -,vwt harf snn sariea and th Race 4th K--U. A ;

wuoiciB - -1 'ukv i r A9 rune seoe
those 200 games was below par. v s t one TWO
... v.. tutni sat. tint and 1 J ....

accUmated,, tcth. .--Jleyi.tt. gfW. l-.V'jftrJJJ V ,t

t!rd0- wB-rtAulrre -Would pay off .
rr i GUStlnes 103X Dani7irnii

- 4-1
-4-1
A
20-1
10-1
3-3
V1

a
4wnnlritA

maxemere

closely by Bob Toiana. in roai uiW
coveted two hundred game class, icasay
there were 7 bowlers who ac- Volcanlco
fnr O "MO" nmu. t v' i

(.vuunu w 7 11

Coffey 228 and 203.
Toland 205 and 203.
Schmidt 216.
Kilgallen 212.1- V-'
Soyster 205. i 'v
Boyer 201. ' y
Selm 20 L ; i.

? 'i .f -Hv""!'.

The tough lucr team oi uie
Mfilnv vai i?mil1 arin amiMod

the third highest series of the 12

teams but still lost four points.
That's the way it goes.

. vvuiie uie icaaue imovmiiiiui-

ea ana namea niter towns m uie
Zone, efforts are being made on
part of the Canal Zone Associa Association
tion Association to have one large organiza-
f IrtTt srrrT-k aw-it fVka tavHtilsl 1141 tnis-

1Sa1l1t

VVU MA tas
r 1 Points Pins

AlbTOok. ,4 2815

rarfan '4 254

3 2330
3 .2478

3 2407

F. Gatica 113. Last dn-f

1 .CRui 118 Aiming for payoff v
A. Ycaza lis -Could score again
R. Vasquei jn -Not this time

SO-1
. 2-1
44
10- 1
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1-1
11- 1
M

fireV FMI Cloae. 1:48

1 Gavilan : j. m. Bravo ios -wm flii, m

S-Cimatose 5?.t,ne "7Form indicate,'
4-JaJ Alatrr R-Vai0Ue "3 -Hard to beat here
JM Alai H B. Baeza 105 -Could surprise
' Could -surprise

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Cocoli 0
Corozal, ,k. 0
Ancon i............ I
Clayton 1

Amador

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2523
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UARQUZTTi HIGH
Milwaukee .(NEAV Center
Mike Moran's .70 points was a
new seasonal high for a first
year varsity player at Marquette.

NX XT I If UKTT
New York (NEA Tony An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, who meets Archie Moore
for the Bsht-hesvT title in June,
is the second 1952 Olympian to
fight for a UUe.

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CHAMP DOES THE DISHES John J, Kelley, of proton
Conn., winner of the 61st annual Boston A.A.. Marathon, wears
the winner' laurel wreath and an apron as he washes aisnes
in Boston,, Kelley, the first American to win the race VX U
' years, covered the 26 miles and 385 yards in 2:20:5.

Kobbe Invitational, Softball

rdiirney Scheduled For May 6

An invitational softball tour

nament will be held at Fort Kob

be beeinnine Mav 6. It was an

nounced this week. ";

Teams fronv Fort Amador,

Guarrs' Heights. Fort Clayton,

Fort Gulick, Albrook' Air Force
Base and the 15th Naval District
havn been Invited to join the

hosts, the Fort Kobbe Regulars,
In deciding the championship.

: Tne fort- KODDfl invitational
will be a sinsle elimination tour

nament with first round draw drawee
ee drawee xrhariiiled for Tnesdav. Anril

V V At that time' x tournament

!: lies will hi explained and the

exact game schedule aetermwea.
, Two games will be held each
evening at Kobbe's Quinn Field:
the first at 6:30 and the second
at approximately 8:30.' ,--' -0--v
Sepresentlnd the Fort Kobbe
Regulars will be the post cham champions,
pions, champions, F Company, and the run-iiers-up,
Service Company. The

F Company nine were surprise
winners of the recently "complet "completed
ed "completed tourney at Kobbe, taking the
title in play-off action after fin finishing
ishing finishing the regular season with
only a five-won, three-lost rec
ord 1 - '
The forthcoming all-isthmus
battle will run six consecutive
nights, the final game slated for,
Saturday night, May 11. Two pro professional
fessional professional umpires, r.iary Mether
no on4 Taii HeMriTf r will keen

things under control during the

week-ion competition.
' All members of the winning
club, lncrudingthe coach and
manager, will receive individual
engraved trophies. Team tro trophies
phies trophies will be presented to the
champions and thernnners-ttp.
' The tournament is opeif to
company or unit level teams and
will not be conducted on an All All-star
star All-star basis. -. r

--' by
JOE WILLIAMS

' We are Indebted to Lew Burdette of the Milwaukee Braves
for a eiimpsa of a big league ballplayer's home life. A player
who is suddenly confronted with a delicate, difficult P'hetth,'
. t,,j... ia n nni.roarten To the bov. understand-

iabrv.'his nob is auite a hero. To some of his classmates, how

ever, dod is something else altogether. To come rigns oui ua

wVtlfpf.1; mint-and-cockles' break, does Junior find

Mmif thA rpnt.Pt fit pamnus attention, basking in the reflect

ed glory of pop's. 1-0 triumph over the Reds the night before?
ii Ami T.t.of h i. tnM j spram. tet lost.-. "Your

rilA man ain't nnfVifna- hnf lnilTO fv taka It. Of COUtSe, inai

.thla is a modern, progressive kindergarten) cheating, spitball
pitcher.";- .!-'
' .This eharre. sana adlectlve. has often been leveled at Bur

dette. Bat last week Birdie Tebbetts. manarer of the Rtds

wbe had just dropped their eighth straight to the Braves' star)
filfd a protest that eventually reached the league president for
official action. Rurrirtfa ma. cleared. i

-Now I demand that Tebbets Dookize." said Burdette. -'It

was then that he disclosed what a rugged time his son was hav.
tag with the panty-vaist delinouents of the playpen set. -,
Tebbetts refused to apologize. I meant nothing -personal,
he said. How Burdette could have got the idea that he did is
baffling at that. All that the Reds manager had claimed was
that Buddette Tesorted to nefarious and larcenous means to
Tin games, and, as must be elear to-U, only a poisonous mind
would, try to read anything unsporting or nnethical Into -his
language.', -. -;. - :

Bard to Detect.

.. i Even- so, "our sympathies are all with- Burdette: We do not
nw him the awful .hurt and ,helpless despair he must .feel
when Junior lifts his. cWn out of the revolting Pablum and
sayr 1 ;v : '-"" '" :
"Listen, pop, do you really give them guys the old business
ou there on the old mound? Come clean with me, daddy-o."-
Burdette does admit to using what might be described as a
psychological epitter. He says he goes. through the motions but
eieales he ever actually throws one. . tlf I threw the spltter,
the umps would certainly have caught me by now,.wouldn't you
aayr- ----- J .'-
Our answer Is we wouldnt know, It Is one thing to sus sus-bect.
bect. sus-bect. even, to know, a pitcher throws the spltter, and another.

to prove it. That's because it Is almost impossible- to catch uie
rhaater red-hanrfpd. or. better, wet-handed. ...

A dob alar miseoBcenUon k that the bail must fee well soak-

ed 'before it wiU exeenU tbe gracefal loops and spina which
snake it an effertlverv fmsUatinf pitch. Actually .enty a touch
mt aneistvre aeollcd to the first two fiarerm is an that is re

paired, and by th time tbe baO is bit, ar settles In the catcher's

(love, au tne evidence Is rone.
- Even back in the days when the delivery was tosher, fak

ing the spitter was a common artifice. Old Ed Walsh., who
was one of the best if not the best, and who is still with us.

resident of Merlden, Conn., threw as many fast balls as spit spit-ters.
ters. spit-ters. thoueh he went to his mouth on every plK-h. -
- So the TWTchniocicfil rsoltter. which Burdette admit, is no

more a novelty than t!ie buiit-in spray pitch, which he denies.

Waln m. lmnifr.fr with both. In 1&G3. for instance, he was
in 6 jramcs. .Tk.ei.S4 lr-.ir;s and won iO games, for .which
the Chicago White 6ox raid him $3500. ...

, f Bv JIMMY BRESLIN

NEW YORK (NEA) "Look

at him." the guy was saying, "see

the big bum there?! You know
Gil Hodges beat his brains out

in the dressing room two years

aeo. don't vou? ;

: The 1957 baseball season now

had officially j opened -at the

nlace-which is more or less a 21'

inch ballpark for those who use

a' beer as their price of admls
sion ,

At Danny's the season had

started casually. It was not go

lng to be as hot as 1951 when
the Dodgers are losing a close

game to the' Giants and some

body "tried to v save it. for the
Bums by throwing a beer bottle
at Willie Mays. The television

screen got smashed.

NOR WAS IT GOING to be like

last year when everybody got in
to an areument over what con

stitutes a slider and the book"
maker passed by outside and no nobody
body nobody got down on Dlzzv Lady,

which was a tin worth $68.

But with the remark about

Hodges beating up somebody. the

first reputation had been toss tossed
ed tossed out." The season now was of

ficial. For II there is one thing

baseball fans do. it is srossiu. .in

places like Danny's, no ballplay

er is sacred. But no paupjayer.
In- the baseball season. "Dan "Danny's
ny's "Danny's U like .a ,beautv parlor, with
beer.
1 ''What do you think about
Mickey Mantle hanging around

-with Billy Martin?" somebody

will start "I mean. Mantle s
married and Martin is a single
guv ahd,KW
Or. you will be told, confiden confidentially
tially confidentially of course, that: "Friend of
mine tends bar in Brooklyn and
he told me the whole Dodgers

team was in there until two in

the morning. They Rll got stiff.)

I guess they figure they csn win
easy, so they're doln' what they

please."' 1
AND. "NO WONDER Johnny

Antonelli always beats the Dodg

ers, sal Mague's nis ouaoy. you

know, both Italians and thev

were on the Giants with each

other. Maelle- tells him how to

pitch to all the Dodeers. Every

body knows It. but the Dodgers

need Jdaglie so bad they don't

bother him about It."

This type of stuff Is supposed

to be reserved for the beauty

parlor gal. who observes be

tween chomps of gum that. boy.

this Sammy Davis, Jr must be

something.. Either that,. or that

magazine tells an awful pack of
lies.

in the he-man world or snorts.

nobody cares about piddling fe-

male-tvne eossin. Not as long as

somebody can tell you that the
Milwaukee Braves .all hang out

in an East Side ioint.-..the

newspaper guys don't write, the

truth about the real reason Leo

Durocher left the Giants... that

his cousin, a cabbie, once drove
four of the Yankees from the
ballpark to the railroad station

and they didn't even tip give
him a auarter ..that Jackie

Robinson, retired because the
Braves was going to get him this

year, and peine that he was go going
ing going to be with the Giants, he

wouldnt get protection... and
that at least three or four guys

"that I know about personally"

are in. trouble with their .wives.

, .... -..

BETTER, YET. THERE always

is one who will announce smug

ly that. "I was with a friend of

mine who knows Robin Roberts
real good and I got. introduced

to him the other day."

"What." he will be .asked. "Is

he like?" . ; ..

: "He's Just another guy. I dont

see why they make the big deal
out of him." la always the an

swer.; . -r nvv?.

i its an oia American custom,
this business of collecting stories

on the champ.. It probably began
when somebody came' uo with

the- real reason Cornwallis lost

at Yorktown.. In baseball. It Is
more popular than ever.. Man
has to do something to get away
from, those women. They're al always
ways always racking away about some somebody,
body, somebody, you know. y-

lis

D

Between Two Giants

-By MURRAY OtbERM AN -.
NEA Staff Correspondent ,;'
: NEW YORK'mk&iin the
New York Giants': off ices at 100
West 42nd St.; up the street from
Times Square,' Horace Stonehami
arrives .in the morning, whips
out his spectacles, studies' the
blackboard and wonders .who's
going tcr play third, how long

can Sauer last In lef will West-

rum ever nil. i . i

Iii'the -New York Giants' of f

flees a,t il West 42nd St.. another.'

oiocK ..up. ine -sirret, jim J-ee :
Howell shifts his' six ".feet fivdi
inches into anOeasy chait 4ndj
also looks, at a blackboard j
The difference?, stoneham's!

Giants are -saaaiea witn tne in-

security Qf a temporary home in
tho Polp. Grorun.ds.t apparatjtW
locked in the second division and
harassed' bv lack .of ballplayers;

When Howell looks at rus oiacK

board roster of Giants, .he sees
the champions-of ithe world, co-f
tenant) of the home of cham-i
Dions.; the Yankee Stadiums He1

also, is looking' at the ireignlnff I

franchise in football. r.', ,ii

i RdWEtVS JOB IS to;bacti

the-' Giantsi' and it's a pleasant

one this time of "Vear' i

I'vevgot -three months." he

says, "to fill one position. Know,

wber6 we can-find a good ,defen
slve tackle?" 1

Roosevelt Grier,- tne marnmoin

figure on the' right side 'of the

Giant defensive line, was pro'

nounced fit for army service
shortly after he participated in
the massacre of the Chicago

Bears. 47-7. last Dec. 30.. i,

Now Howell s got his eves out

for .anyone .who has trouble
squeezing through the doors on

the 17th floor, m mma is xne
memory of an Emlen Tunnell

slouching into the office s d&

cade ago this spring and won.

derlne if anybody was" interested

in looking 'over an- unwanted
Iowa football player. And after
10 years, this same Tunnell Is
still an all-pro fixture1 In the

Giant defense.

OF COURSE. BUILDING a pro

team lsnt left entirely to chance,

In the morning, after a leisurely,
commutation from his home In

Enelewood. N.J.. where he's help.

ed administer the formula' to
the youngest of the Howell clan
(wife Sue and two), he picks no.
the dictaphone like any otheT

executive and answers the -mall.

. There's a letter from a kid out

on Long Island who says he

mftde the'All-Iraa service team,

can run the 100 in 9.3 and was
known as the toughest kid west

of Massaoeoua. He'd like to take

Frank Gifford's place. The Rot'

arians at East Doomboggle. Me..

would like him to address a

luncheon next week on how
football builds character. The

big guard, who's a log-roller, in
the off-season, writes his wife's

worried about him playing foot

ball next -season, so would Jim
Lee assure her that he really lost
those f rent teeth, playing in col college?
lege? college? V 1
Next he gets d6wn to the seri serious
ous serious business of assessing talent.
John, Bauer, a 275-pound speci specimen'
men' specimen' out of Illinois., is coming
out of service and mjght take
Grler's place Maybe the Steelers
would part with one of their vet veterans
erans veterans in a trade.' But. first let's

take out the : pictures and -see
what he looks like in action a a-gamst
gamst a-gamst the Giants.-
. Pull down the shade, the pro projector's
jector's projector's all set uo, slip in the can
of film and let -'er roll. Catch
that Initial charge, see 'how he
fends with his hands watch that
lateral movement. :'?.
It's not a bad way to spend an
afternoon,' From it may come a

deal which could give neGlanta
another Dick Modzelewskl. who
plugged the other defensive
tackle so well last year. And
there's also the pleasure of re reviewing
viewing reviewing the Giants in action action-world
world action-world champion style, ;
. Meanwhile, ; Stoneham down
the street has to trek uptown
every afternoon f and suffer
through those other Giants
Vve.

Villanova-Texas

Duels Ex
" -'-Mt, ..r '-fj 'j'

In Perm Relays

pected

AUDREY.HEP married in real life,
V co-star in "WAR AND PEACE" :

!,-." f tt J1 f-0 I v I C V
k i i A V 1 v I
I I ; l 1

i- s i , if
$ i i I '-'

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-

, v j Audrey Hepburn and Met
Fefrer who are married in real

r life,36-stat for the first time

jo. ui; M.rccn m a runti-icj

Laurentiis Production '"ar!

and'., Peace" for Paramount
films.
Audrey and- Mel, with Henry
. . ...
Fonda have the three major
roles' of the Technicolor Vista Vista-Vision
Vision Vista-Vision picture, based on ; the
famous novel by Leon '.Tolseoy,
) Ufitil now,, Audrey and Mel
have combine'd" their marriage

( with'. their careers; They -were
married, in Burgenstock, .Switj
i zerland in Septcrnber l?54
after finishing together. fOn fOn-i
i fOn-i dine" on Broadwa.' After their
honeymoon through Europe,
! they were selected for roman

tic roles in "War and Peace,"
Audrey as Natasha, top lead-
- i'. ,' f t
; ing feminine role, and Mel' as

: Prince Andrey, her first love.
! Audrey states 1 v&h' cnthu-
. I .. v . ... , j ,'iV. .. : ".' ;..

! siasra: TTo. "get matried ,.tf the

'best thing 'that ever Jiappened
to. jne,"". now that my personal

life is happyand determined,

i' I can freely concentrate on my

' career. I was always' a .happy

- person, but this kind, of happi
. iness, I never had beVore."

Round Teblo Creeks

Keeneland Record In
Blue Grass Slakes S
- -
LEXINGTON. Kr. fUPi Mnv

old-time hsrdboots wbo wttched

Round Table's runsway Victory in
the Blue Grssi Stakes are con

vinced that this' is tbe year Whirl-

swey's record clocking In the
KeMacky Derby wiB be smssbed.

- whiriaway set the mark of

2:01 2 5 for the mile and orie orie-qnsrter
qnsrter orie-qnsrter Derby run in Many
fine thoroughhrcds such 'as Count
Fleet, Assault, Citation and Swaps
have won this cUssie U- tbe inter intervening
vening intervening IS years, but none bet bettered
tered bettered that record bung out dy
"M- Lemgtail."
However. Round Table eerla in

ly showed plenty of speed in win winning
ning winning the Blue Grass Thursday at

Keeneland in track record time. (White Sox have an option to pur-

Kound lawe earned Derby chase before tpt. 20 the contract
weight of 12 pounds ever a mile'ol pitcher Ai Spesrmaa from Van Van-and
and Van-and one-eighth in 1:47 25. elippinrcouver in the Pacific Coast
one end three-fifths seconds ".i League. Spearman. 22. had an

PHILADELPHIA (UP) The

eyes oi Texas were on vuianova
today as the 63rd Penn Relay
Carnival opened on FranVlin

Field with the' speedy Longborns

and the .bmping but still solid
Wildcats, opening, their bids for

three top titles In the tw? day
meet. -' 4 :

Only one major relay champion

ship the- distance medley in
which Villanova was defending
champion was. on today's pro program
gram program of tbe 89-event track festi

val.- t But nve indivuiuai uues
were up for grabs and the terrific
Texans tuned up in heats In two

sprint relays in their first Carni

val appearance since -jihb. .--

The Texas oreDau loursome oi

Wally WUson. Hollia Gaineyt Ed

SOUUierii i eiiu jiuuu; ninn'u
cracked its own world record with

39.9 clocking In the 440-yard re

lay last -week, and earlier equaled
the world mark of 1:22.7 in. the
&BO-vard relav. '

' The individual titles to be de decided
cided decided today were the 400 meter
hurdles,' the college two-mile run
wita Jim Beatty of North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina defending ins title; the broad
jump with Olympic- .champion
Greg JJeU-oi Indiana defending;
the discus and hammer throw.
The biggest splash of tbe Carni Carnival,'
val,' Carnival,' which features four Olympic
champions, omes today when
seven major championships will
be decided ia two hours. The meet
will end with he elaosie one-mile
relay coveted, by both Villanova
and Texas as the odd major title
of the meet. '

the old standard
spondent in 1953,.

set by Com-

Sports-Briefs

18 3 record with Stockton in the

California Slate League last sta-

PINE NEEDLES, .C (UP)
John McGuire of Indianapolis shot
a 37-3971 Tbursdav to take a

two-stroke lead at the end of the
first rounl of the". Pine Needles

Grandmasters golf championship.

"VThr It's Barrea -
Why as Vit ?r.t bail- banned -'Tnssrutary," exjr'.alrd
Hit fasuiious r.n. A mere kttly s'.ory is that the Babe's
bocroir.t- tat ccv1r-rJ .em there M more box-office money
la lov.z ar.i '-'-c"ir.e gaaea than la citcher'a battles.
Tbi4 in I.-. 4. frer rtitnrt Made -ihT1T tmwr4
tbe hitter, at the ernse of the i"ther, Tbe bx'. was Juiced
ap. ffnera; mrred inte lneree home-ron rx)rtkB, tbe eld
sacrifice flv role retrtd t knthen the li f -3t hitter.
As a rrsi-it ts&a.l t:-jo he tn distorted af.d theepen-ed.-
Bv co-rr -.. :irr... vr.re Is a rr cusii'T to all

modern recori?. A Irr g g t-e owrer rort-.nn to bl;ere hits! hive 15 players under contract, pro baseball. Canada, Colombia.
cb:sU er?Tth;r2 ;-. t iU r'itivelv remain oaar-. including eijbt rKikies. 1 Fnrope. Hawaii, Mexico, Tuerte
r.:'-f-!. To rr--t r' f'v r a..r cr.'r,!tsry thir.g in i 'Rw and the I'nifed S'atet also
tr 11 1 a ri"r t -' OilCAGO VF) TT- Chirare vnJ compete in the nes.
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PITTSBCRGH (UP) Veteran

halfback Lynn Chandnoi and

rookie quarterback Gent Ochow Ochow-ski
ski Ochow-ski aicnd today with the Pitts

burg Steelers nf the National to participate in iwt Septem-

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MONTHLY INVESTMENT PLAN!
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U Or ai much as you wish r,o, Bex szm t.l j-tssj
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(- Houses Apartments

FOR RENT: 2- bedroom
house, elrconditioned, maid's
room with bathroom, living living-dining
dining living-dining room, awimming pool.
Camps Alegre Elvira Mendei
treat. Phert 3720a.
FOR RENT: Furnished 3
bedroom chalet, 2 bathroom,
hoi water, maid's room. Nesr
bus stop. Tel. .2-2175 from 8
p.m. to 12 noon or 2 p.m. to
i 4 p.m. .;.
Resorts
FOSTEI'i COTTAGES and large
beach hoete. One mile paw Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Ocoanside Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pane Pane-ma,
ma, Pane-ma, R. de P. Phone Panama
3-J877, Cristobal 3-H73.
Hiller's Helper
:ls Defense Witness
For Col. Ilickerson
m V
. "HUNTSVILLE, Ala. April 27
(JJP) Defense witnesses to be
called in the court-martial of
' OoL John C Nickerson will in include
clude include some of the nation's top
military and scientific figures,
attorney Robert K. Bell said to-,
day.
i WRimwIm 4-1... ,Va..
appear is Dr. Wernher von
Braun, director of rocket re re-'
' re-' search at Redstone Arsenal here
and the 'man who helped Hitler
develop the dreaded V-2 rocket
during world War II.
Nickerson, a decorated west
Point graduate, Is charged with
revealing guided missile secrets
m a document he wrote crlti crlti-.
. crlti-. f cat of a proposed shift of mis- i
wile responsibility from the Ar-
J thy to the Air Force.
I 'Bell Ulster! other defense wit
nesses as Dr. Ernest Stuhlinger
.and Dr. Charles A. Lundquist,
totn scientists at the missile
tcenter here and Col. Miles
JChatfleld, director of the ord ordinance
inance ordinance missile center. .1 ? v
t Otherr to be called includf Dr.
.A. V.' Grosse,' director of the
"Temple University research In
stitute, Philadelphia; Dr. jonn
;Van of New syork University;
pur. Tjuiiu uuiuuug ui iUiuiiium
'University; Dr.- C.-C Furnas,
chancellor of the University of
Buiiaio; Dr. E. o. Murpnree, an
assistant to Defense Secretary
Chatjes; Wilson; Ma j. Gen. Wil William
liam William G. Weaver, Sait Antonio,
Tex JUt Gen. Edward M, Al Almond,,
mond,, Almond,, Annlston, Ala.; Lt. Gen.
W. A- Burress, Virginia Beach,
Va.; Lt-Oen. Reuben CV Jenkins,
Columbus, Ga.; and Roy Hoan,
National,' Guard, of Macon, Ga.
.- 'i
Tasi Slaps Dulles
For "Road To War"
Political Alfifude
MOSCOW, April 27 (UP) -Leading;
Soviet circles today ac
cused U.S. Secretary of State
John floater Dulles of following
."the: road of adventure and
wav
The charge was included In a
long denunciation of Dulles' re recent
cent recent speech to American news
paper eaiwrs. Tne oinciar so soviet
viet soviet news agency Tass distribut distributed
ed distributed the statement, one of the
'most violent Soviet attacks a a-"gainst
"gainst a-"gainst a UjS. secretary of state
since Josef Salln died.
; 'The commentary dropped the
recent Soviet line that nuclear
war znlrtit brine universal ex
tinction. It asserted that the

"'.,uJr.V: "iUcemen guarded the engineers.

and capitalism would go' under
if war should come.
' There are two roads in for foreign
eign foreign policy, the road of realism
fni peace and the road of ad adventure
venture adventure and war." the statement
said. "Mr. Dulles evidently keeps
to the second road.
Tt called the Dulles address
'Incendiary speech" of a "frank
aggressive character." character."-:ln
:ln character."-:ln the long speech of Mr
Dulles there is not one single
word about peaceful coexls-
tence," the Tass statement said.
; WANTED
American executive seeks for
immediate ecapancy com completely
pletely completely famished bease or
jartaeiit, I or bedreeina
to re4 heifhkerbeod for X
vsr.l BBoatha. PleaM ybeae
daring- bauiaeai hears:
TeL 3-4773, raaasaa
I

GARY COOPER in
"FRIENDLY PERSUASION"

PRE-RELEASE
TUESDAY 30th

ATTENTION. Ql .1.1 Just belli
; modern furnishad Sparhnantt, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 1-4941.

FOR RENT: Furnished a a-partments
partments a-partments en Via Porras, No.
120, overlooking SAS commis commissary,
sary, commissary, beside Roosevelt Thea Theatre.
tre. Theatre. Telepone 3-S024.
FOR RENT: SUBLET
TO SUBLET: Approximate Approximately
ly Approximately three months mid-May to
, Mid-August, priced under e c c-tual
tual c-tual rent for .desirable tenant,
preferebly without small chil chil-dren:
dren: chil-dren: luxuriously completely
furnished, large, cool, moequf moequf-tofree
tofree moequf-tofree penthouse apartment
with beautiful view overlook.
ing Panama Bay, living room,
dining room, four large ba ba-'
' ba-' conies, three bedrooms (two
airconditioned), two. bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, enclosed laundry, com complete
plete complete mold's querters and
bath; servants end utilities by
mutual arrangement. Pleese
phone home '3-4857 or office 3 3-5384".
5384". 3-5384". FOR RENT: Modern apart apartment
ment apartment of two bedrooms with
hot water. 5tih. street (Cempo
Alcgre) building "Carina". In Information
formation Information Tel. 3-5322.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, private entrance.
Lovely residential section
Large living room, dining
room, two bedrooms, 2 baths,
maid's quarters, locked gar-
age. Penama 3-0873.
FOR RENT: The ideal a a-paMment
paMment a-paMment for e couple or a
bachelor unfurnished. Hot wri writer,
ter, writer, near the El Panama Ho Hotel.
tel. Hotel. $65.00. Call 3-3421.
FOR RENT: Furnished, Ar.
my inspected one bedroom a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, all conveniences,
4th of July Avenue. Phone 2 2-5526
5526 2-5526 or 2-1140.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom a a-partment
partment a-partment in Margarita. Com Completely
pletely Completely furnished. From May
5 to Sept. 1. Call 3 1203 after
4:00 p.m.
FOR RENT: Furnished a a-partment
partment a-partment with use of refriger refrigerator
ator refrigerator and gas stove. Apply fqr
key in A. Avenue No. 10-61, So Soto.
to. Soto.
, MAY RENTAL! Lovely one
end two bedroom apartments
in -new. building on Via Es Es-pane
pane Es-pane and, 51st. Street, facing
La Create, El Carmen Church,
El Paneme. Hot wafer, cedar
closets, individual laundries,
perking. $75 up. Mrs. Bren Bren-nan
nan Bren-nan 3-OU41.
FOR R cNTi Freshly paint painted
ed painted bedroom,, living room, dinette-kitchen.
Ca lie Carton No.
14-21, next street from 4th of
July Avenue.
FOR REi:T: Two bedroom
apartment, combination living ..
room, dinning .room maid's
quarters with service, washing
room, garage, porch, and in in-stallaiton
stallaiton in-stallaiton for hot water in Fede Fede-rke
rke Fede-rke Boyd Avenue No. 4r (Ml;
redor). For information pleese
call Panama 3-001.
Hungarian Soldiers
Escape Over Border'
While Police Valch
EISENSTADT, Austria. : April
27 (UP) One Hungarian army
corporal chased another to free freedom
dom freedom in a neat escape plot staged
under the noses of secret police policemen,
men, policemen, Austrian police revealed to today.
day. today.
The two corporals were with
an engineer unit engaged In
stringing barbed wire yesterday
along the border near Eberau,
i..tk.. n irt.nna O ..ut nA-
When an Austrian border pa
trol aDDroached the demarcation
line, one corporal threw away his
spade and rushed to the border.
The other ran after him with a
tommy gun, shouting, "Stop crj
vnu will h hnt!"
The secret policemen watcnea.1
- . i
apparently believing the armed
soldier would take care of the
fleetnc man. But both corporals
kept on going over trie line to
freedom. The two men asked for
political asylum.
Their names were withheld
since they have relatives in Hun Hungary.
gary. Hungary. Coeds Unim Dressed
By Brvner 'Cuts';
Bovs Disband Club
RICHMOND. Vs. (UP The
Tul Brynner "haircut" (ad is on
the wane at the University of
Richmond, anyway. Kick Pozin Pozin-ko,
ko, Pozin-ko, a member of the university's
a J .-'i vim,. pm u
ciuo naa ouoanaea Decease co coeds
eds coeds were "either attracted nor
repelled by the club members
shaved beads.
(In TTOmiCOLOR)
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SAi2l'?r2?4 :e5,,r,,,.ilve"JJ "HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo.de la Oss. Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY Jualo Arosemeiu Ave. and 33 St. O FARMACIA
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the Bella Viit Ineatre.
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 151 Mercury
two-door seden. Excellent con condition,
dition, condition, underceeted. Original
paint, like new. No dents
Priced to sell et S50. Phone
Balboa 3767 evenings 4 to 7-
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
210 4-door sedan. Very good
condition. House 504 Ancon 2 2-1373.
1373. 2-1373. FOR SALE: 1957 Ford Cust Custom
om Custom Tudor, six, -black-white, w w-w,
w, w-w, redio. 2-2893 Diebio.
FOP SALE: 1954 Studebak Studebak-er
er Studebak-er Commander Fordor, two
tone green, overdrive and' -li-matiier.
3 new tires. May be
seen at Qts. 114-8, Ft- Gulick'
Phone 88-655.
FOR SALE: 1953 Ply Cram Cram-brook
brook Cram-brook 4-door sedan. Excellent
condition, 4 new tires, radio.
Priced to sell. House iiOl-B.
Getun Phone 5-517,
FOR SALE: 195 Fbrd Fair Fair-lane
lane Fair-lane V-t, 4 door with redio.
Perfect condition. $1950. Call
Amador 2283 until 4 p.m. or.
Belboa 1827 after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevro Chevrolet,
let, Chevrolet, Bel-Aire 4 doors 2 tone,
powerglide, white side wells,
4000 miles. Cell Albrook 84 84-3245
3245 84-3245 after 3:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: -. 1951 Chevrolet.
4 door Power Glide, new muf muffler,
fler, muffler, bittery, slip covers $500.
3-2431 1578 Margarita.
FOR SALE: This week on only
ly only Chevrolet V-8, 4 door se sedan,
dan, sedan, sart- covers, white wall
tires end radio. ; Sacrifice,
$1,395.00. 821-X Croton Street,
Belboe.
FOR SALE: 1948 Studebsk Studebsk-er,
er, Studebsk-er, 4 doer, radio. Passed Army,
inspection Merch 1957. $150.00.
Call F.' Ti Birdsall: Office 82 82-$190.
$190. 82-$190. heme 83-7142, i-t
FOR SALE: 1953 Monterrey
Mercurr. Excellent condition,
strict maintenance, 20,000 erl erl-ginal
ginal erl-ginal miles, four eew tiroi,
$1150.00. Tel. Balbee 2-2877.
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call
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v General A?ent
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tor rates and Information
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PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding flr Jempimj Classes daily
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stock of Perfeetiea KereeeM
Steves and replacement parts
CASA SPARTO.N
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Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Fscterv made
1-4 Miget Racer for child or
grown up. $200.00, Call Pane
ma 3-1287 or 3-4955.
: FOR SALE: New, never
been In water, 21 foot. Cabin
C. is. r. Gray Marine (Vigine.
Phone 828-3515.
FOR SALE: 1950 Nash $225.
and Singer $250.00. Cell 84-5292
or 84-3131. Can be seen at Ft.
Kobbe Hobby Shops.
INVITATION TO BIO
One HILL Deiry refrigerator,
reach-in, sliding glass doers,
80 cubfc foot capacity, com complete
plete complete with 3-4 horse power 25
cycle General Electric motor
and compressor.' In operating
condition. Offered as is, where
IS, in the Coeoli "'Clubhouse,
Cocoli Canal Zone, end -can be
seen during business hours.
Successful bidder must re remove
move remove complete ? unit -, from
premises no later than 4 May
1957. Sealed bids should be ad addressed
dressed addressed to the Cocoli Civic
Council, Box 114, r.odman, Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone, or delivered to the
Clubhouse manager. Bidding
closes at 4:C3 o'clock p.m.
Thursdoy, 2 May 1957, and
bids will be opened immedi immediately
ately immediately th.reift r in the Cocoli
Clubhouse Bingo Room.
FOR SALE: A few surplus
birds from my aviary: Java
Rice birds; Dickcissels; mole
Zebra finches etc. Mrs. Mar Mar-ciacq,
ciacq, Mar-ciacq, BabyLandia Tel. 3-12-59
Belle Viste.
General
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A,-" DIABLO
BOX 1 2 IJ, CRISTOBAL, CX.
Haili May Resort
ToMDHarj Junta
Tq'Avcrl Crisis
-PORT AU PRINCE. HalU, April
27 (UP) A political stalemate
curtailed normal activities ( to today
day today in this Caribbean, Island .;-.
nnhiiR which faced Its fourth
major Rovernmeni 'crisis since
last December. : v
Armv authorities were report
ed to be preparlnir to install a
military government Junta. be because
cause because of the. failure of the last
three provisional, civilian gov
ernmente to get tv. working ad'
ministration '. -' :
The latest crisis arose Wed
nesday when three members of
the ll-man Executive council oi
government walked out.
The council members were
chosen by the five leading can
didates who aspire to the presi
dency In popular elections
scheduled for June 16.
The -. three councillors who
bolted were chosen by candidate
Dr. Francois Duvaller. Candi Candidates
dates Candidates Daniel Flgnole and Louis
Dejole favored continuing with
the present council without Du Du-valler's
valler's Du-valler's participation- but other
candidates opposed it
Brig. Oen. Leon Cantave, army
chief of staff, in a final effort to
avoid military rule.v called a
meeting of all candidates to see
if the council could be patched.!
Nobody expected that the can candidates
didates candidates would reach an agree-
UlCIlk - A .. ,-
Sleak vs. Liquor f
Araumenf Precedes
Wife's Sudden Dealh
NEW ORLEANS. April 27 (UP)
A sheet metal worker who said
he was tired of living on grits
and cornbread told police today
his wife died from a fall after
she refused to cook Mm a steak.
Police nuestioned Oeoree Mc Mc-Kenzie.
Kenzie. Mc-Kenzie. 5, after Mrs Christine
McKenzie was found dead
Thursday night in their apart-
. Mrs. McKenzie had been beat
en,-police said. he had black
eyes and face cuts.- v
alcKenzie said his wife hed
t A 1 J W .
eirmnee maa arier sne iTOoreo
his wamlnrs to ata aw from
bairrooms, but that the did heve
a.n arrument a few hours before
nef death.
Tbey anrued over bow to
soend money from his pay
W1"CX. .
"We have been llvins; on frits
and cornbread lone enoueh," he
said. "But ahe wasted wine and
I woulda't ret it. She wouldnt
coo- a etealr I wtted.
Then when I went tn the
bathroom to Wash vO ta eat she
fe and hit the kiU-hn table."
He said she managed to ret to
a bed.
"I thotjs ht she was sleeplne;,"
he said, -but she was dead."
McKenzie said he shook her
but couldn't rouse her. j
T tried to fore me breah in-

to he to rrYt her breathe a
t" he sa!4 -
When ittt Ci not revive, he

Real'Estate

FOR SALE: Modern two
bedroom chalet, maid's room
and bath, hot and cold water
screened, yard, patio sliding (
door closets, etc. Phone Ama Amador
dor Amador 5193 from to 4, 104 St..
84 East, between Via Porras
and 50th St.
FOR SALE BAROAIN-On-ry
$544 down, $28.00 monthly,
$4444.00 total price, one-bedroom
chalet, 10th St. Rio Abe Abe-jo.
jo. Abe-jo. PATTERSON, 3-1114.
FOR SALE: Nice 3 bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms home and 4,500. meters
of lend,, near new racetrack,
$12,500 en terms. PATTER PATTER-son,
son, PATTER-son, J1114. ,J-C
FOR SALE: Only $1,500
down; large house on large 800
meter lot, Redio City REAL
BARGAIN. PATTERSON, 3 3-1114.,
1114., 3-1114., FOR SALE: Form In best
locetion of Volcsn,, Chiriqui,
120 hectereasi For. informa information
tion information Eresmo Gonzales, ; Hotel
-Vereguas, Phone 2-0242, box
438, Paname. v
St. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA;,
DITCH DIGGERS-H E AD AD-QUARTERS.
QUARTERS. AD-QUARTERS. We sell good va-
luel Attrective homes at rear ;
sonable prices. Also can assist,
you in obtaining .reasonable
rentals. See TROY HAYES,
president Penama Canal Socie Society,
ty, Society, c-o A.F. WHITE, Reeltor
195 9th St. North. Telephone 7-
0344. . ?
FOR SALE: A 15 acres cof
fee farm, right In the city of
Boquete; you can reach it,;
walking from the-center of the
town. 4,000 coffee trees end a
good house. Write P. O. Box
68-Balboa.
FOR SALE: Fully furnished"
concrete, cottage, Sante Clara
Beech, leaving. Asking $2800. $2800.-Meke
Meke $2800.-Meke offer, Phone Gramiich.
Gamboe 4-441. : '
Frank Lloyd 7ri:hl
Who Else!) Shows
Radical Hew House
j' i .v',i'v
NEW YORK (UP) An ultra-
modernistic house that can be
folded nd stashed in the trunk
of an automobile was exhibited
here Thursday. i ; x
The brainchild 61 architect
Frank Lloyd Wright, the struc structure
ture structure called ithe "alrhouse'f is
composed of two giant balloons,
one 38 feet in diameter and the
other 124 feet. The balloons, con
nected by a short tunnel, can be
Inflated and held up by a regu regu-lar
lar regu-lar t.hreftrton air conditioner
which also cools and warms the
interior, : ( r
The alrhouse. which is expect-
eri.tti sell for about $2.500. is
made of "flberthin," a series of
yjnyl-coated panels sewn togeth together
er together and sajd to be "almost lmnos-
SlDie ,XO rip, puncture or uuiu.
Th revolutionarv house has
sev&al drawbacks. For example,
If the air pump ahould fail, "res "residents
idents "residents would have only two
hours to clear out. before the
entire structure coiiapsea.
Should vandals empty the sand
from" the sandbag "sausages"
that. keen, the alrhouse from
floating away, the tenant would
come home to a uoor ruu oi iur iur-niturer
niturer iur-niturer and not much else. j
While the house can reported reportedly
ly reportedly resist winds "up to 140 miles
an hour," no one seems to know
what effect a tornado would
have.- '-j': ,-,';'
The model alrhouse was fur- j
nished with ultra-modern furni furniture,
ture, furniture, appliances, rugs, a flre flre-nleR
nleR flre-nleR and room- dividers, in
keeping with Wright's concept of
modern -design. It Is large
enough to provide a living room,
a large bedroom, a study, a small
kitchen and a small bedroom.
Increasing Supply
OF Polio Vaccine ;
Eases Shortage
WASHINGTON, April 27 UP)
Th nollo vttwlnn shortage
continues to "ease somewhat,"
Surgeon General Leroy K. Bur
ney reported today. '
He said 3.81ft.20 doses Of new-
lv nroduced Balk vaccine were
released fluring tne week enawg
April 24. :
For the week of Anril 19. be
said, the netioe had a supply of
8 200.000 doses. Over half oi tnai
amount, 4500,000 doses, were m
the hands of manufacturers and
the remaining J.700.O0O dces
were distributed to warehouses,
drug stores, health departments
aad doctors' offices.
gsve up, he said.
"So I said to myself, 'now ain't
this a go-round' he said. "And

I went scross the street and rot
a bottle of beer. Then I called
for an ambulance."

Home Articles

FOR SALE: Urgent trip
: Pleno, household furniture,. furniture,.-.
. furniture,.-. living-dining room, gae stove,',
1954 car. Telephone 3 4489.
38th Street No. 272. From i
a.m to 7 p.m.
FOR .SALE: G.E. 195, 40
'cycle automatic washer, used;
8 monihs. Perfect condition.
WeUinghouse 21" TV set with
outside antenna. Quarters 85-
A Albrook, 84-4194. ;
: FOR SALE:' 2 full siie beds
living room, during set, hot
'closet, lamps, encyclopedia
set. $225. Navy 3170.
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WACO' HIT BY. NEW, FLOOD
new iiooa surges inio waco, l
fort worm nave arso suiierea
countryside around it
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Holly
wood on TV: "Wnat you are
comes through on the screen.
That's the reason. "Best Director'
Emmy winner Sheldon Leonard
added, for all the failures and
successes in TV series shows.
We were 1 discussing Morjorie
Lord, who becomes Denny Thorn
as video wife next season. Mar-
iorie won the role in competition
with more then 50 ether actresses.
She won, Sheldon explained to me.
beceuse: -.
"In addition' to being a good ac
tress, Marjone is s wonderful
person. Being s nice person is oi
tremendous importance when you
are Dlavine a nice person in
week-sfter-week TV show. The not-
so-mce-in-private life people can
sustain a nice person masquerade
in one show or two. or in a mo
vie. But what you are f i n a 1 1 y
comes through in a series snow.
That's", why we picked Marjorie."
GEORGE GOBEL and Eddie
Fisher won't be teamed, as wide
ly reported, for their alternating
one hour rv snow every, wees
next fall. But they will, trade
brief rUest appearances each
week. .'
Television i umped on' the Ty
rone Power film, "Suez," as a
"timely"' home-screen offering for
k. fipot wk in AnriL- Timely?
The picture was made way back
in 1938. ; .' .. ?( ;,
. HEY, DAD,, have "you missed
th lark of eorceous dolls oe TV
lately? No Dsgmars or glamor-
level? Well,' Polish up your glass glasses
es glasses because Hollywood's cooking
up a batch of new shows for next
season thst may have M o m
clearing the living room with, the
red-light alert;. ; ;
riiiHpii. eo out and
play.
TV!-
vthr 'wante to watch
At least two proposed telefilm
series are about dolls instead of
western beroes,' Junglemea, ex explorers
plorers explorers or foreign corrtspondents.
And ; a new private eye series,
"Richard Diamond," Im, "'la'
will have more cwties than clues.
Warming up tor yoo, dad,, are
Lori Nelson, Charlotte Austin and
Doe Avedon In "Hw to Mirry a
Millionaire- nd "The Shape, the
Face and the Brain with Ma-
TVtran Hall HoDDUIS SOQ
Vu-ginia Field. Every one a look
er. ;'!'.-:. r-' '.'
Not educational or ery high
brow, dad. But easy cm u.
eyes. And something besides do-
mesuc eomecuee.
domestic comedy at home any-
.;4KAai iiBTtnf mort ano
WSJ
more on the TV screen. , v
Lawrence Walk s ncheet
their hero aNwt this hen e
and his Cbsmpsgr-e Music Mskers
crashed nadonsl TV. some big vi video
deo video brains decided be h"uM open
his show with a line of t f
j vt" hfiH Sil 'r'.

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iUl W frsktne JohntcnJl

RANTED: -'Malntenence'
men experienced in carpentry
.end other releted duties, to
work in private Club in the Ca Ca-1
1 Ca-1 net Zone. Call Balboa 3218, On-"
' ly those with experience need
i apply.

WANTED: '-' Experienced
; salec-man to taku attractive
' sideline' of ; calendars, elma elma-nacs,
nacs, elma-nacs, noveliteo, give away i i-terns,
terns, i-terns, to visit commerce and
industry. : Good commission.
White Box 4075.
WANTED: Able bodied
men to crew on yecht leeving
for United States, early May.
: Experience unnecessary. Stops
at San Bias, Jamaica, Baha Bahamas.
mas. Bahamas. Cell F.T. Birdsall: office
82-5190, home 83-7142.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: Harley David Davidson
son Davidson motorcycle 1955 Model 74,
all extras. Low milleage, Best
offer for cash. Tel. 2-1213,
... 1-
m.
An unidentified man makes his
ex., iorcing nun areas oi persons
new nooqang,, out tne greatest
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TRIBUTE TO A FRJEND-rUtUe oKTiny left some vivid
l!6 though be was just an ordinary nondescript brown
.Jfith Jerry Bird, his six-year-old master who lives in Houston.
Tex.. In memory of hia rnnetunt mmnnr. t..v t

bestows a tribute on his grave.
of a dog-poisoner.
out the aid of' the ABC-TV, net
work. i - -
THIS IS TELEVISION. Mrs.
Jones: Esther Williams rbout
guesting oa TV: "Some people
worry sDout whether it's live or
on film. I have to keep asking,
Is it wet or dry?' 7
Not In the Script! Constance
Bennett about her old T e 0 r
films e.. TV: "Every now end
then, my teen' 090 kids rush in
end sey, 'Mother, you're en TV.
And mother replies, 'Pteeso, let
me sleep.

- The Witoet: Mami Van Doren: ( Always leave 'era laughing Bert
They used to ask me if I wereiHaU says his children are real

mamea 10 nay vninony. nov
they ask me if I'm related to
Charles."
.
Lucille Ball, and Desi Arnsx1

GARY COOPER 4

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FRIENDLY PERSUASION"

PRE-RELEASE
TUESDAY 30th

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five Shares Acuedbcte do Ea,
; Valle, S.A.; Phone Balboa 1585V.'
or Balboa 2650.

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WANTED: Second hand
children's encyclopedia,"' rea reasonably
sonably reasonably priced. Balboa 3101.
SERVICES
The best dinners end drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel Jnternacional "Pla "Plaza
za "Plaza 5 de Mayo. i
way through the water as sv
toiiee their homes. Dallas and
danger Ilea in Waco and the
,
.Tragically, Tiny" was a victim 1
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have a $350,000 price label for
their new one hour show next
season. CBS-TV won its battle
with Warner Bros, over the Helen
Morgan biography. s
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Polly Borgen sters m tre TV
version Mey U derpite the eerx
flicting movie version with Ann
Blyfh. . ;
LoretU Young's contract renew renewal
al renewal set a precedent first time a
one-star anthology series has been
held over for a fifth straight year-:
by the same sponsor.
- ggn- iv uns. Ouer day at a
friends house, be reports they
sat in front of a washing machine'
thinking they were looking at
"Victory at See."
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V" By ALICA HART
WITH the .approach of rprings
oped sandals and very sheer hose,
inost women become acutely a a-ware,
ware, a-ware, that -toenails are a definite
part ot foot beauty. Actually, toe toe-aailshould
aailshould toe-aailshould have the same meti meticulous
culous meticulous year-round care as fUgcr-
If you use polish. It lsn t cnougn
to dab on a slapdash coat of U and
leave it for three weeks until it
wears off by Itself. Change polish
en your toenails -as regularly ns
you change that on your fingernails.-"','
. ' :
Make sure that you cut your toe toenails
nails toenails -straight across. iBevel them
with an emery board, just aryou
io your fingernails. '
And if you've any toenails ,tn?t
re painful, visit a foot doctor to
have the matter cleared up.
THE Immense amount of money
peat in this couunty annually for
alterations in women's clothes is
nt irtirelv due to the clothes tnem
selves. It's due also to posture and
a slumping "gait. Poor posture and.
gait are frequently responsible for
xocRsirve alteraitons of dotes thr t
seem to bunch and hang uneenly
Besides this, these figure faults al alto
to alto can ruin the looks of the clothes
even after they've been altered.
A beautiful carriage is achieved
by lining up the body from head to
toe. H takes care and practice and
a constant watchfulness. Along
with the lovely carriage, learn to
walk so that you are nof slouching
pr raircing or shambling along.
proper posture nnd a graceful
.Ik ran create the illusion that
you've abed both pounds and inches
as well. Try it and ae.
CLOTHES, in addition to helping
you. look pretty, should be fun to
own and wear. Most of us remem remember
ber remember how it feels to have to w;?r a
dress we loathe because we made
a mistake in buying.- It's happened
to practically all of us and it's e e-noush
noush e-noush to make woman be very
careful when she goes shoopmg.
By the same token, most of us
remember a eartiailarlv letd
dxess in which always f' ha ha-pv.
pv. ha-pv. Wonderful thinn seemed to
narP8 to us whenever we wire
It Often it was an evening dres,
but not always.
The reactioo to elotne w an
emotional one (ovirs and fhe-)
a-d a large part of be?v l e hi
th f lot hen we pick. Therefore a
dflun-1 rule i ri" to pick a dr
r nil or rest that on Amt fl
ft In. I'tH'l hnv it iK-d'iM! tie i
aSpwom' trens en i
l.ke i'. or becau vnur hft tnfd
rays It txcomes you. but
rauic ymi yjrw:i res v t-i rj-

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, 2av& ; Puppy
dina
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By KAY SHERWOOD
LOOKING over the springtime
crop of puppies? r
You don't have to be a great dog
fancier to find yourself adding the
housebreaking, feeding and care
of a puppv to your other home-"
making responsibilities. j
- If you have a persuasive young
ster who assures you fervently' and i
often that he or she would rather
have a dog. than, eat, you're hook hooked.
ed. hooked. If you're discussing, ways to
ease the adjustment of an only
child to- a new baby. somono is
bound to suggest that you
ct a
companionable puppy to
the child'! attention.
sorb
IF YOU'RE GOING to 4e add-
i in 2 both a baby and a puppy to
the family, get the puppy first Al
low yourself two to tnrce monuis
to train him he'll be settled down
befote your, attention must be de devoted
voted devoted to the baby, -. 1 r
Fitting a puppy into the famjly
requires patience and:, alertness.
But even two year old can be
taught to handle a little dog gently
and lovingly.. Although youg chil children
dren children can help with the cars f a
puppy, adult supervision is advi advisable
sable advisable until a child is about eight.
A TINY sit week-old puppy Is
adorable. But exoerienced do rai-
ers advised me to get an olderi
puppy, five to six months old, for
my child. Pups are stronger byk
that time and have reached tbe
7
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silk Illusion veil In full length.
4nd:
d)o
easy-to-teach stage. Usually they
had their distemper and hepatitis
shots by then, too. y
Funnies love to play and romp
but for the sake of their health and
disoosition thev need plenty of un
disturbed sleeo. Your four-iegged
addition should have a comfortable
bed placed where you can keep an
eye on him. .. ;'..'.'... '-: '.
An inexpensive- bed which, will
keep him safely out of drafts can
be made from a heavy carawara
carton. Cut off the top flaps and
ne long side. For bedding use a
folded blanket or pillow.
I TO make it really snazzy, slip slipcover
cover slipcover the box with a atrip of fabric
folded lengthwise- and seamed at
the ends. Cover the bedding with a
matching piece. Denim or ticking
makes for easy cleaning.
Rave old newsDaoers for tne
house-breaking stint Always keep
a newspaper in tne same piace
and hurry him to it whenever he
appears about to have an accident
somewhere else.
If you're too late-, pick him w,
icold him with a "no" and depo deposit
sit deposit hhim the paper. You may need
to swat him-lightly with a folded
vwspaper to emphasize the les lesson.
son. lesson. -.
if weather permits, train him to
go outside. After each' meal and
the last thing at night, confini him
to a newspaper covered, area or
take him outdoors.
for THE PUPPY'S protection
and your peace of mind, equip him
-.. . t, -4
wniAt frnl eardbMrf rartMi
rillpw to eeverei to snakh.

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Young brlde-U-be refurbishes atri of fcelrloons
lace br wrapping It around bottle, where It esi
b, f'pWa elea. with IHUe .tral. or mbbW.

By MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
' On Friday sight 15-year-old Shir Shir-ley
ley Shir-ley taw an Elizabeth Taylor mo movie.
vie. movie. On Saturday morning she an announced
nounced announced that she was aick of her
pony 4a il hairdo and planned to
get an Italian haircut. On Saturday
afternoon she went to the beauty
parlor..'- '--s ; .., .'.J
As soon as she reached borne.
she burst into tears. To her moth mother
er mother in the kitchen, she sobbed. 'Just
look at the mess they've -male of
me- t can never go out until it
grows in again, that'a all. Look at
at once with a collar and idenfifica
tion and license tags. My. children
are cautioned never to take our
dog's collar off. even in fun.
Teach older children how to pick
'tip a puppy properly. Lift bint un under
der under the rump with one hand, tin
der the chest with the other. Never
let him be hauled up by nu legs.
as they are easily injured.
What to feed the little fellow is
a controversial subject. Your. vet
ean help set Bp a diet. Dr. E. M.
Gildow, a top canine nutritionist at
the Friskies Research Kennels la
Carnation. Wash, told me that
dogs do not crave variety. Further Furthermore,
more, Furthermore, table scrap dont usually
provide tbe well balanced meal a
dog needs. Good prepared dog too
are oftn cheaper than table J-"-,
overs and more consistent .nutri .nutritionally.
tionally. .nutritionally. Feed at the same time each day.
For speed andeae, I us a paper
plate instead of a &sh for the
dog needs. Good prepared dog food
we she uses a sheet of iewpapr
folded in quarters, aa tableware
for her charge.

Br KAY SHERWOOD 1
NA Staff Writer
' 'A.A .; .'V-.'- A A;it
THE "something old for the
bride's-wedding outfit if Often, a
cherished family heirloom, whicSn
adds priceless tradition to t.h5 ot ot-casion.
casion. ot-casion. From an attic trunk a
carefully wrapped tissue paper
package yields the treasured piece
of lace, the fragile embroidery,
the delieate crochet work, perhaps

even the gown or veil useii. i
What if the heirloom ne e d s
something more than a good au
It t almost lmpossiDie io penci penci-aliT
aliT penci-aliT nn. the. renovation -of old fab-
nA holrinom finerr. "Method
depend on "amble ucn !a liner
content, son conieni, ajje aim wv
of storage., v ..,
However, nere art m .iw
II tne someimnR w"
mnsDahl lizA and is made of
fine', cotton or linen, you may.
want to try laundering it.it home.
But most of can t oe o cour courageous
ageous courageous as Helen -Virginia Meyer;
f.chimi historian who has a rollec
tion vf iinn ii Hi fasnions .ltann
from the early 1800 s. sne wasnes
avarvthinff i
m.. wxhin'tf maihnd for Od
fabrics differ radically from nrdi nrdi-narr
narr nrdi-narr waah day procedures, Mot
of the authorities I talked -with
use lukewarm- distilled w t r:
really soft water mignt o
w.ll thev av. The minerals in
hard water art damaging to any
fin fabrics, particularly o d"-
' SOMB AUTHORITIES use oa,
many recommend fine aynthetic
detergent suds. : Air a weed -Ann
after fabrics art wet thew ahou'd
not be touched unless absolutely
necessary. .
Yon may find It easier to wash
and dry -a, bit of fine lace, u vou
first baste It to a piece of netting
or fihe linen., ;Be careful, me, nt'
die doesn't split the lace threads.
On DOmiTar wasmn? menoa is
to fill a big ; Jar-half gallon or
gallon sine --with soft water ana
suds, drop in the fmery,;can
tightly, and gently rocr. ana, ron
the- bottle. This squishes thernnds
throueh the fibers without' unduo
handling. After wasning, uncnp
the Jar and i le running water
float the suds out ana rinse me
article. Drain, turn out on towel
and blot up excess moisture.
Another method Is to wrap ace
hottlo: cover1 with a
piece of netting and aoonge the
delicate handiwork with a M a S,
Sponge or spray rinse.
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fabric, which rU m waxed per o ;

these wlspsI Ohr Mother, did you
over see anyone look so awful,..?
' Her mother amid all the comfort-
fnc thines she could think of. She
tmH Shirlv her (holt hair WOuld
be easier to manage. She remind-
hiu it would be cool for tne
iummcr. She aaid that it would
crow in again soon: But no comfort
she could give wa able to lut the
burden of gloom from 2niriey.
CA ti niil)ur dent hldlv? Jntil
r almost morning she lay awake wor
rv.n about Shirley s inaouny to
tike diirourasement. Every set
back waa tragedy to the girl from
classmate slighting remark to
losing the part ahe wanted in a
1st in insecure" her mother
asked hemlf apprehensively, llow
me" I eaa never go out unut u

aidl7pTpo
to collaasTlik. Uu over HSeff FS$." 'of
" j Ksv. tunrtiv tv hamoera in

,.!! k Mir lean to stand UP to
ih worry was a wan
tn the nonung. a rauiant
Shirley appeared at the breakfast
table, her new haircut softened in into
to into a most becoming frame for
her face. -Iff sort of cute, isn't
it" ane asked her astounded par parents
ents parents happily. -Cast I have aaoiher
- . i
Cf adolescence the young often j
fake tis on these roller coaster
ridea from blackest gloom w ro rosiest
siest rosiest rapture.- FoiHr. we rHuse
to go along. We begin to realize
that Shirley's over intense rerji rerji-ii
ii rerji-ii u everything reflect uncert uncertainty
ainty uncertainty of herself that is suit proper
to her are.
But since we art pt bx as.

' Yet another method favored for

extremely delicate pieces is to
place the article between two piec pieces
es pieces of plastic mesh or net, taking
it possible to wash -and dry the
fabric without ever touching it.
Fill a shallow pan with softened
audi and lower the net-protected
heirloom into this. You c a n
squeeze suds through the fabric
with, a sponge and then jpray
rinse. Dry on a towel.
.Don't Use bleaches on 'delicate
fabrics. If a piece it yellowed try
Miss Mever's -method of sun
bleaching. She wets the item with
auds, then places Jt on top ot alu aluminum
minum aluminum foil or wax paper in the
sun. The ioil or paper retards
vaporation and intensified v t h e
bleaching action.' ; t
PRESSING "the'. FINERY V V-suaUy
suaUy V-suaUy requires a press cloth ; be between
tween between fabric and iron. t e a m
from an upended wteam iron, a
teakettle or pan of boiling, water
will bring up the nap ot a mate material
rial material nr the texture of embroidery.
If vou are reluctant to handle a
valuable heirloom or anything as
aizeble as an antique wedding
gowni you wil) probably ask the
help of the best dry cleaner you
know. r,
Don't bo taken aback; warns
the National Institute :, of Dry Dry-claaning.
claaning. Dry-claaning. if the cleaner agrees to
handle the fabric at your .risk.
Ho'a as aware of its fragility a
you are. Old garments should be
cleaned by hand and most dry dry-cleaners
cleaners dry-cleaners assume thisr but it's .wise
to insist on it. . t ,
. whan vnu nark awav the 'fine
hoirlnnmK after the wedding, it's
wise to follow GrandmaV lead
nH ma tixsna naner. .Use it be
tween layers or fabrics; use H to
round
them.
folds instead .of creasing
Pack any fragile fabric as flat
attH with mn few creases as possi
ble. Seal the package to keep out
moisture, store in i ory pi"
(back to ;the attic!).
One caution from the National
T.nti,t nf tlrvrleinine'.i tc
searchers: If the new or old -ved-ding
gown is packed In a plastic
...l.n. h Un't vacuum-sealed.
rhint-es in temperature putiide
the package can cause it to sweat
inside and mouten me gr'"c"
Mildew is. the unhappy result. ;
Periodically. atored garments
nnuiH km taken out and aired to
relieve tho strain on folds and
move the moisture.: :
i.
m imMf waslied. la ready for
Li: nothed over the
he I
8t I
Ifdecesiary.
TEEN-AGERS live In a flurry
of comines and foings. telephone
conversations, atudy dates, week
end visits and soda fountain dates.
Knowing which scarf goes with
your new, sweater is a help. eing
sdi io out your nana on a .iru
blouse when yon want is an
other help. If the only thmg yod
can haul out of vour closet at a
moment's notice is a Pair of blue
leans, you're not 'ikety to be the
eirl in most- demand at your
1 school.
So take time out to arrange your
clothes. Keep a special drawer for
" .-i ,r id
your room ana pop your toim,
lingerie into it tho moment you

take it off. It's not ah-to mssejisj some Inexpensive closet fitt

your mother slide under ywr oeo.j, tt keep everything in place

ta collect clothes for tho lamdry.
Tbe teeners aro few and ar be-l
Itfea who ran step out of a anes-
we ton sharlnf her responea. Af-
ter comforting her. we are ab'e to
fall ermfonablv asleep, thinking,
-if h,. i. iniritr it s the kind
tht time will take care of.
Tliit serenity in as i. of cjurse.
exactly what our turbulent :eii :eii-sger
sger :eii-sger need. It is our refusal o be
overwhelmed by hi self-doubt ing
emotions that U hj deepest reas reassurance.
surance. reassurance. ' . .'

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I Xm hi

The lace mantilla is shown as a

W 1 lit K v CI J IUIIIIAI ww Vft Mvw Mmm-BmMf v,w .
simple, elegant lines and a sculptured look as foil for tho !', f.

The very deep folds of the i
i BKiri
- By GAILE DUGAS
i NfeA Woman's Editor
NEW YORK (NEA) -the fash
ion trends of the season are re
flected in the beautiful format
Dndf i, gowns reaay tor wo pnue
of late spring or summer. : : -Most
significant change from the
gowntf of the past is that a bride
can now bave a romantic and pic picturesque
turesque picturesque gown that's a froth vf
lace and silk witnout enduring
the weight and clumsiness of for formal
mal formal bridal gowns in past years.
The new gowns are snapea over
drift of net. orcandv or the syn
thetics, artfully maneuvered .to
keep their freshness while compos composing
ing composing a pretty picture. j v,
All of fashion's changes are
reflected: Tbe slimi sheath, (bell
ed from knee to floor lor tne iorm iorm-al
al iorm-al line), the dome skirt, the skirt-
waist dress, tne ouingm auenu
with alim train, the lacy camisole
I An ...
iSVen cntuon,' uie mn vms
. ... ... 1 T ...l.fl
fashion, is reflected in the formal
bridal gown by means oi me sei sei-ln
ln sei-ln rum merbund. inserts, floating
scarves, and pretty beaded bodic
es. ; 1-
J

t'fc- '.iiliu.li- irm.' nrime -fsshian favorite for spring and

summer, appears in a bridal version, too. 'This airy dress in
u.ui. i... i. nA Mills tmAmd vapv color, roll skirt

ends in clond-like train. Dress

omemamna

It's unwise to sllow towel to be become
come become so coiled that the need long
soaking or harsh laundering me me-tnod.
tnod. me-tnod. Change the family towels
oftea during tho week if you want
to make your laundry load easier
to panaie.. r -Temr
hand towels are Just as
practical for kitchen ase as they
are for the bathroom. They wash
easily and need no ironing.
: Sheets should be changed twice
a week to prevent them from be becoming
coming becoming too soiled. This saves wear
and tear since they -won't need
looking radiant. Best so-
ition to tho wool pro bis m lies
There are blouse banger t .1 a t
hold four or five blouses at a
time, keeping them fresh and
eat. A belt banger holds ssy
mimber of belts sod has hem
rrauv for you at a moment no
tice. Transparent plastie bat boxei
show you just where the hat you
yo
vast Is.
AM remember, dirt can 'it era I I-lv
lv I-lv cat up fabric. So never put aoy-
i.i.. ..u'.t rl... imI thai
hamper daily and pop everrthmgl
into tbe suds for a thorough ciesns-i

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bridal headdress in eomblnatloe

t
ona in a rormati urain.
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O f f n, at
The uneven henjline, jometlmel
ending in a train,, appears in-the
very formal town, go does' t b ib
caped shoulder, -the obi sash, the
covered-up look and the battad
neckline.
Favored fabric for- the formal
gown is, of course, lace. It's used,
alone or in company with pleated.'
silk chiffon, silk-faced taffeta, or
gandy, batiste, or pure silk taffgQ
ta. ri-
The bridal headdres looks uwfc
like a .miniature hat this yearj
Big, flat bows of silk and Mtmv
make lovely caps from which-v
veil, shoulder-length or full-lengti;
can float. .
The essential ingredient in nick-
in? the jleht wedding dress isj
course, planning. It important
hut omy vo find a dress that will
make you look pretty but to allow
enough time for fittings, changes
and adjustments. -...'
This is the way to avoid those
last minute crises that send
bride, her whole family and soma
bridal consultant into ft 1 i x t
With proper planning,? crisis Is
impossible or almost impossible
"'
4
A
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.
'HI
-r
is worst with full-length vciU
e"

drastic. laundering to get then'
clean... .... ..
Never use pillow cases or sheet
as laundry bags. This is hard eta
them, both in straia and soiL Buy v
a heavy duty laundry bag and use"'
it regularly. ; ...
1 Plan to add to your stock; of Ua-
ens esch year at the rate of a pair.
of sheets for each bed and a pair
of cases for each pillow. This wiffi
keep your linen supply in good
hPt. .
If your china has a decorated
pattern, try a plain crystal to off-1
set it And similarly, for a piaia J
-white china, use a decorated cry- t
UL ; .. J
. .. y j : ; v t
The successful hostess is eaa
who sees to it that her guests aro

comfortable all evening long,. M
it's a wise idea to take a coarr
count before you make out a guest
list. Be sure you have enough.
chairs to go around. ;
'A good way to us up leftovers
is to plsa for them when you make
out menus for the week. Don t 1tJ
Jefvovers get sponea Deiore jou
around to nsing them You know;
your farnily s eating hibjU a B I fc



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Read story on page 6
rrxiv OTHDV. t;. 1?tnol oni rtinloK fVi Ana. ,'up-in 'his office and got' the

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CneSUD-cniei. JOCK in cumuai aim Jim icccivos

;VOUnas On ms cnesi aim ieg nwm wugij miuc m

the Indian s hand. At last Final overpowers the lied lied-kkin,
kkin, lied-kkin, whose body goes limp, his right arm unhinged

I

XXIX

QUAIL got no and looked out of

the window, surprised to discover

'it was not yet dark. Twilight's long
' shadows bluely lay across the yard
nil she thnucht. lookine barnward

. lo have caught some semblance of

movement. .Now. looking more

. parefully, she guessed it had been

tome, tmck of the lignt. ;

" She.'might as well go and have

this f out wim Marcia. not ims

Horksbve thins but the part a

out Jim. She tucked back her hair

with a glance at the mirror and

went off down the hall. She knock

ed when she came to her sister's
door and then, mouth firming,

thumbed back the latch. ,But the

floor woman t Duage.

1 She waited' knocked a g a i n,
then went .around through the
iitchen into the back yard. Mar-

ia's window was open but she

5Vlr. Thomas E. Oglesby
, -Will Welcome Delegates To
Recounting Seminar Which
.Opens Tomorrow"

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was not in theToom.- Quail eyed

the evidence of fueht the puiir

ed-out drawers, the rumple of dis discarded
carded discarded clothes; on t the bed. Star Staring
ing Staring again toward the barn ., she
broke- Into'U ;un.:r
The roan Wat, eone. The1 gray

as well. Panicked now : without
quite knowing : why ,:.. Quaa fted

ner voice .in a tremuioug yen.

There were echoes but no answer

With solinters 'of fear : dieeine? io-

to her back she ; hurried .over I :to-

the bunkhouse but there wa4 no
one thee. Had Marcia; gone .'off

wun nocKaDve or Jiaa tne range

doss set out aner ner

THOMAS B. OGLESBt

' .PA-C) Mr. Thomaa E Ogles

by. Vice-president and General

Manager of CompafUa Paname Paname-Aa
Aa Paname-Aa de Fuerza y Luz. will open a
. 5-day accounting seminar to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, Monday, April 29. with
a- welcoming address to the 33
delegates from 8 Latin American
countries and the United States,
representing the Associated
. Companies "of the American and
Foreign Power Company Group,
when they assemble at the El
Panama Hotel to study modern
accounting methods, procedures
d practices as It applies to a
Utility Company.

. : . . : .. :

IT was after daTk when- Strunk

and his tinbadge rode into town
on mounts Tapp.has got from the

Muatting o.- mey'd traveled most

ly in silence, the gambler m ursine

his fury. Dawks saw huddles '- of

muttering men on the street and

the Trail's End saloon- was closed,

tightly shuttered. A group of otn

ers was tuo, he noticed, on Whis Whisky
ky Whisky Row; Increasingly worried,- the

marshal stayed at his heels.-: It

was all well and good for Stnink

to say Pretell had to ,be wipe d

out: but Roup had been too, and

this guy was a Mormon Bishop

and uawKs wasn t convinced m

his own mind it was Jim who had

put tnat siUD tnrouen koutvs head.

AnH thm man UD ctill Inilc mttv.

be lurking in one of these ink-

black alleys behinS the snout of a.
lifted gun. . And those Injuns'.'
He locked the door behind him
and stepped into his bar to leave
instructions in case Final should
manage to get past -Dawks': depu deputies.
ties. deputies. This Indian menace wasn't

bothering him: he had taken his
precautions. This place was built

of adobe with three- foot walls

that would stand a lot longer than

he would have any need of them.
The place was a regular arsenal.

Let Joe Bob rant. There wasn't

one thing the governor could put

his. longer' on. Of course he knew
what Strunk was up to Joe Bob

had tipped his, hand when he had
set Final loose, and made h i a
deal with Bentain. Only Bentain

wasn't going to be around to take

cafe of anything. Joe Bob had bet

ter be watching out for his own

necK!

As for Final. .Strunk laughed

shortly. If those red-skins didn't
get him he was still a gone goose.
A paroled convict saddled with

Roup's coldblooded murder. ...

Tapp has shown real genius.
There was nothing whatsoever to
worry about. Strunk shut himself

FINAL knew by the look of
some of these faces that anything

could happen in the next few mo

ments. On Taunee s o.ra eri a

brave, cut- him: loose. While Jim

was rubbing h. chafed, wrist 'the
lieutenant, and a sergeant pushed
nervously up. The 'officer; looking

worried,' was watching the v A p a

ches over his shoulder.? .but Final

Caught hold of the nearest Indian,

"Fetch the pony Soldiers' horses

Fetch their long knives and their

fire sticks." .V'v'-''S;fr K
" No one moved. Visibly- sweating

the lieutenant said horsely ''May

be we-" but Final wheeled down

an opening lane to face the chief.

The man's' eyes? looked f I it as

stove lids. Jim was steeped in the

dregs of sleepless nigtus,. caught

m the. blmd anger of a' man who,

having risked ..everything he c val

ues, is suddenly confronted with
the uselessness of every last thing

ne s oone. ui. wnai- avau ms treat

ment of Quail, the vengeance he

forsook to come here, if the Apa

ches refused to release : t h ;e s e
men? All he would', havegaified

was a small .respite which would

count for less than nothing If be-

iieving this patr.ol ; massaered-r

that bull-headed major in com

raand at Camp .Grant stormed in into
to into 'the field.-, i-Viv r- ;: :. ". :,

The heat of the fight still color

ed Jim's thinking and new fury,

born of the pain in his- hand,

made him say-.wildly sweeping

an arm back at Chuleh, (VWill you

be like this fool-whose words, wear

Taunee's eyes shrtne, likes glass.

He seemed to 1 haw'?,,,withdrawa
from, this, place .solthat Fi n a I's
words could not ifnd hini. t

i ?That. devil man, trunk,"; Jim

rased at -him -Vhas nictured a

time when, through, those .rifles he
has promised, Apaches shall, take
back this, country for themselves

but you know better than that.
Strunk lauehs -at Chuleh!. Not e-

ven Othe great ; chief Geronimo,

mighty in war and wisdomk was

able -to do this thing how then

can Chuleh? .

"Itr was Strunk wHo would have

theiPeople moved so that ne" may

tear from the ground tne xenow

Iron which you have kept hidden,

You heard. Great Chfef. the .bar-

fain Chuleh made. vGive these

soldiers what belongs to them. Do-

not keep these men here .longer
lest, when they return not at their

appointed time, wantan Bermey,

the white, chief t Camp Grant,
turn loose his Long Knives and
break the peace this one who has
listened to Strunk would destroy.

1E---SUN,tRiiSEa,1pVr the' Bay -of .Panama as the aunrise service beetns at 6 a.m. on the baar.h Fnrt 1mIm rati Sundsv Ma h.U

2,000 peopl attended-the esdy worship service sponsored by the Pro testant chaplains of the Army Navy and Air Force. 1

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Alarm clocks rang in the

darkness throughout the Isth

mus- last. -Sun.d ay 'morning:,

and in many homes lights

Were switched, on.and

sleepy parade to the -shower

began..... ;, "t.t.

Ch i I dre n ta f$fi n oiigh, to
tend. Ithisv Easter r Sunrise

Service aitj Ama'cior awaki

ehed ' jjladly t;' because vthey
had been looking .forward 'to

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Their parents and Sunday
School abhers ,had explain explained
ed explained the i;moaning5 of ;thi ce ce-lebratjon
lebratjon ce-lebratjon of Christ's; triumph
over ; death,and thejkwanted
to heaVthei Joyful I'sfnging
that :';ithey had been told

would greet ithe dawning of

this, wonderful day.;,i!; H f :

Babies found It a little harder

to understand, but since most of

them are early risers by nature
they submitted to early baths and

best clothes with; little, protest.

Fathers wh V had claimed that

'there is plenty of time' were sur-

Drised to find that they were slow

ed to five miles -an hour by the

stream of cars headed along Ama

dor Road as the first grey tinges

began to ngnien tne. SKy.

; At the Ft. Amador Service Club
eager hands took" ever the ba babies,
bies, babies, and with a minimum of fust
a name tag 'wis attached te
each child and the bottle, spare

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COMBINED CHOIRS of Protestant churches and chapels on the Pacific side are shown singing. at the sunrise service held
Easter Sunday, on the beach at Fort Amador. f The; choirs "sang "Gloria en -Excelsls," directed by Cdr. Fordam D Tabor -of I
,the-15th Naval District-.' "Since by Man Came Death," directed by Mrs. George A.- Thibodeau. and '"Halleluiah Chorus." led by J
. Sp3 Louis L. Sherman, of the 20th Infantry, Fort Kobbe , viuiua, u, uy j

diaper or- toy he bad breuaht

with him was recorded.. .'

Then the rest; of the familr told

the baby goodbye, and .: if there
were any backward looks by : the

older ones at- the toys in the im improvised
provised improvised nursery, they made-; no

Diasito stay back, put burned a-

long with their parents to the

taster sunrise. :. ',:.-'.;.,

More than 2000 people had as

sembled by the time the sun rose
in golden glory; over the sea sil silhouetting
houetting silhouetting the figures on in ros-

trum. and gilding" the; outlines of

the large white cross on the altar.
The church call on trumpets

Lgreeted the Iight-ari4 the combin-

ea 7tn Army. Bana ana 776tn Air
Force Band led bv CWO- Ernest

KHoch gave the prelude !" Jesus,
of Man's desiring ; l-r."
While Air Force, Chaplain Col.i

mon, "The Christ- of the Era pty
Tomb;" the congregation, which
was made up of members of all
protestant churches, listened, the
soft sunlight accentuating the re

ceptive, expressions on each face.
Children were silent, waiting un until
til until he had finished before asking

their i parents for- clarification of

Points theynad not understood.

One little boy was heard to ask

his mother; "What did he rfean,

Mommy,, when 1 he said people

don't die. They do don't they?''
His mother answered, "He
means that they dont just die like
ants. They die and then because

came to life and went to

"I'm sure glad that Jesus di?
come back to life,, aren't you? i
asked the boy. I
VYes,, I am," answered; h If
mother. "That's why we are a
here, We want God to' know w

are glad." -, t.v..-.'
The choir burst Into tho "Hal4
lelujah Chorusf and as the lov4
ly voices rose Tn rtjoicing ancfi
the music floated up Into th
heavens, tho little boy said In a

satisfied voice: v
"I'll, bet Cod, can hear that

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MINISTERS who conducted the sunrise service on the beach at Fort Amadoc Easter Sunday are shWn s the service start-
ed at a.m.. with the prelude, "Jesus, joy of Man's Desiring," played by the combined 79th Army Band and 776th Air Force j
.Band, directed by CWO Ernest K. Hoch. Left to rirTit are Chaplain tLt. Col.) Roy A. Morden. of U.S. Army Caribbean; Cha-.'
plain Col Robert P.Taylor, of the Air Unlversjiy. r.iaxwell Air Force Base. Ala,: Chaplain MaJ.) Voi?t M. Sink, of Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Air Command: Rev. Robert GussickBedfeir.er I utherao Church Baiboa; and Chaplain tCmdr.) Jolin E. Hollings worth, j
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EASTBOURNE England. April
2T tUP-Neighbor of Albert Bar Bartholomew
tholomew Bartholomew protested to the Towa

Council today because Albert mov
ed away (root lawa and all.
Bartholomew,, moving out fa
bouse owned by the Town Council,
sliced up bit lawn asj had ft load loaded
ed loaded with his furniture en moving
vans... -.
The Town'council wis reported

planning to sue Bartholomew for
the lawa,. But Bartholomew was
damaat. --

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than

' turning eel
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DOLLY. haaa
new spring
wardrobe, and
she's anxious to
try it on. But she
needs your help,
Color both- doll
and costume,
then cut them
out. P a s t the
doll to- heavy
paper or thin
cardboard. Paste
dress, coat, hat
and bag to light- -er.
paper. v
, Togs are at attached
tached attached to doll by j
bending tabs J
about figure.
Ideas for othei
doll clothes and.
accessories may
be found among
ads and comics.
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GANT beat the races? Let's
ee. There are three horses
In a three-horse race with odds
ranging as follows: u;
Irish Sweetheart Even
' Sioux Chief ..... to 1
tagalong' .... ....10 to 1,
' Of course, both the race and
the odds are Imaginary. But
supposing them to be true, for,
puzzling purposes, it Is pos possible
sible possible to bet on all three in such
a way as to insure that no
matter which one wins, the
bettoiwll come out with a $3
profit.: How? ,
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u chi a not iy
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OERTAN Jtey

words -are
"presented in.
, skeleton form In
the diagrams' at
right and below.
How quickly can
you find the miss"
' ing letters?
i, To begin, copy
each it the let letters
ters letters now showing
in the empty,
spaces directly
underneath them.

Then, using a system of trial and error, fill remain remaining
ing remaining blanks with letters to form short words the

same letter in each' vertical row,

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Answers are
given below for

those who give up.

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BRIEF BEPORTB on select 0W
- booAea o interest to horn
craftsmen, hobbyist! and coflec--tor,
flelectaH by Clorfc Kinnaird.
Oil Painting, by Stephen' Bone
(an Tostrimd, 65 pages:' $4)
Comparatively simple Instructions
can be given in tratereolor paint
ing, but in oil painting everyone everyone-must
must everyone-must discover for hinfself the
method that suits him best and
is adjusted o his perceptivenes. :
Mr. Bone's down-to-earth exposi-

, tion stimulates any reader to try

his hand at the hobby.i i
. Mathematics Magio and Mys Mystery,
tery, Mystery, by Martin Gardner (Dover ;
Publications, 176 pages: $1), Mr.
Gardner shows that -mathematical
magic, much 'the brainiest" of
pastimes, combines the beauty
and stimulation of mathematical

When the correct
. letters of the .key
. word are found,
all horizontal
tows will contain
. readable words.

It's interesting structure with the entertainment
to note how value of a trick.
many short America's Best Checkers, by
words can be Tom Wiswell and Robert U Shuf Shuf-tkusly
tkusly Shuf-tkusly evolved fett (David McKay Co., 178
from almost any pages: $3.50). A cyclopedic treat-1

ment of modern master play.; Wis-

well was the victor over Millard

Hopper- in 40-game matches for
the free-style world champion-
ship, in the course of gaining his
knowledges of master play.

STRANGE TALK
-
'T'HBJ original form of rebus is
a -simple arrangement ofya
few letters to designate a word
or phrase. An example is:
' ,l I stand oath
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Which is a sort of shorthand for ,'
?You understand you are under
oath."; Now, whalWetter word word-is
is word-is represented by :
s Y'v:-
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parently apparently ungrammatical and ap apparently
parently apparently meaningless five-word
proverb could be expressed:,
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Win is Who Here?
'l 'HHEK Jboys went' t a party
together. As 'they walked
down the street abreast, Dodson,'
on the right of Wilson, separated J
Wilson i from Morrison. : Frank v
was on Ted's right, and Walter
was at' the end. The. sister of 1
Morrison is Walter's girl friend.'
From these clues can you give
the full names of all three?"
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OBSERVING ECLIPSES AT HOME

ASTRONOMERS tell us that an annular e
eclipse of the sun is slated for' April :
29-30, and that a total eclipse of the sun;
will occur on October 23. To view either.,
from a vantage-point, one must travel
literally to the ends of the earthto the'
Arctic and Antarctic, respectively. But H
' is easy to simulate these phenomena at
. home with a few simple props: a bright
; light for the sun, an orange for the moon,
' and a" piece of cardboard pierced, with a
vncedle for the point of observation. ;
It is .the moon's intervention between
the sun and earth, of course, which causes

an eclipse. Distance oetween : toe earm
and moon determines the type. .
To -effect an annular eclipse, place the
orange on a support in front of the light
Stand cardboard some distance from the
orange. If sufficiently distant, the orange
will appear smaller than the face of the
light when viewed through the cardboard.
The Ting of tight or annular-shaped, area
gives this eclipse its name (see left).'.
, For a total eclipse, move cardboard
closer to orange- At point where light is
totally blacked out; scientists study the
mysterious .display known as the corona.

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THREE gift shops on the same thoroughfare were
1 advertising imported serving plates. The signs.

advertising the wares were exactly the same. .The
-first store had thirteen plates and disposed of all of
them. The second store had fourteen plates and sold
the entire amount The third, establishment kad fif fifteen
teen fifteen platee and sold all of them.
. Curiously enough, at the end of the day, with all
the plates sold, each store had taken In the same
amount for the plates, an amount exactly divisible
by ten.";. 'fr's (; 'ti&.'rj.'i. '--'
- Each plate was the same quality, the same alse,
.the same shaped the same weight No plate was
given away, each plat was sold, and each plate
was sold for hard cash. ., -.''.' '.,
, In addition, there was nothing unusual about the
signs- The question is (his: How did the identical
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FIND "D's" AMONG THE DETAILS

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Two Twisty Tongue Testers

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counter at the I
' Big Store, says
one of his fattest
selling items is
Relatively slow-:
moving. In the
face of this state state-man
man state-man t it may,
seem that Spring Spring--
- Spring-- winder's been in
the toy depart
. ment to long,
' but you'll see
what he means
when you restore
the object in
question to the i

.diagram at left, above, Beginning
at dot 1. simply draw continu-'

REPEAT the following statements aloud rapidly ouq Hne from dot to dot Where
and see if you can avoid tripping your tongue, two numbers designate one dot
She stood at the door of Fargua flsh-sjuicq boose, use the dot for both. Afterwards,
"A group f dosing gnpplea in a dollar copper pot" color the drawing neatly.;

REV EL AT I O NS( OF. A "WIFE

GAN 90m be the detective and
" solve (Ait crime from the in
formation given t Read the etory
over once. It ehouldn'i take more
than ft minute or two. Then tee
if you can deduce whafe to be
determined. ; .- i. ' ""
STAN PAT died on bis wife's
birthday. Nefla, hia wife, fif fifteen
teen fifteen years his Junior, described
bis last few hours thualy:
' At 8:00 p. m. NeDa asked ber
y nusband to accompany her to the
moviea. He declined, saying that
he had worked all day and was
ery tired, so she went off alone.
Later, Stan must bava reconaid-,-ared
Kella's suggestion and want
to Join her at the theater.
Apparently arriving while the
ftature was beirg shown, and not
wishing to disturb the audience,
Stan took a seat In the last row.
During the showing of the pic'
ture the husband fell asleep and
-dreamed that ha was being at attacked
tacked attacked by bandits, who, when he
refused to give vp his money,
clutched him by the throat and
began to strangls him. At this
moment th program being over.
Ntua started oa ber way down
the alale. She recognized her
plr.g husband, patted him
playfully on the head aad be fell
arer dead!
What's wrong Wjtk NeHa's
s'.ory?
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lTTHE stock phrase to Junior is "Do you
know your ABCs ?" Nobody t ever
seems to. care about D's. But this test
does.' There are at least twenty things ln
the diagram above whose names begin
with the letter D. How many Of these
can you find? '''.;"
' If more than one person is to try, place?
a time limit of three minutes on each".

1 contestant Have a referee keep the time.
v Have contestants list answers. Compare
- lists after all have been given a chance. '
: Answers are given, below if you need

, them.

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"' ACROSS
. 1. Daffy definition of a quartet:
persons each of whom thinks
I that the other can't sing.
' 3. Just past fifty.
j Value 6f the term that indi-'
cates the largest number: brace,
gross, score, decade,
f 7, Half a score.
. 8. Only number that contains
as many letters as its Value.
. 8. Looks like an hour glass.
10. Twain.
11. Baseball team. ;
12. Square root of 106.
13. Three consecutive numbers.
15. Three dosen.
18.' If a seaman's beB bottoms
cost $6 in World War H and have
increased 160 in price, what do
they now cost?
" DOWN ';'".';.-.,?&''
1. Wearing his plus s and hia
. and only golf cap, b yelled
"." when a pedestrian suddenly
darted in front of his car.
2. End of an old starter: to
get ready, and to go."
8. May, January and August
4. Her spirit it at the ttrength
-
, Because her hat is newt
6. What "forgotten" and -for.-glven"
have in common. v
vlO. Lowest successive trio ,of
even .numbers.' '.
' 11. Three-fourths of an hour
past three-fourths -of the time
from noon to midnight '.
7 12. The perfect bridge,' band
cdhtains how many spades ?
' 13. He named his ship "Ca "Ca-nasta"
nasta" "Ca-nasta" because it had decka

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solve the maze problem

above, there's something about It
you should know,. That is, that
you have only one chance. If you
fail the first time, you M out of i
the game; Object of course, is
to find a path from the arrow at
bottom to the bird perched in the
tree at top. Remember one try..:
Letteritbinetic
VrOTj can see that the following
sum Is correct alphabetically.
Can you prove it mathematically
that is, by substituting figures
for letters?
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Tifle Mix-up
HOW many of the following
jumbled book titles can you
unscramble? Each contains two
words. They are all classics.
L WYA8ERMOT ..............
tV 1TVERLOIW8T
S. SMIRLSPROPGSEIRG ......
. HEBBUN ..................
5. SOq'UVADI ......
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Human Math
PUT this on your list of good
lively party pastlmea. Maka
two seta of numbers from 0 to t
on Urgt pieces of cardboard.
Choose up two teams and tie
'these numbers around the necks
of players oa each side. A pre pre-.
. pre-. pared list of "problems" is then
recited by the "leader.- The first
team to have the player or plsy plsy-ars
ars plsy-ars with the correct numbers
, stand for each answer scores a
point Questions may be mathe mathematical
matical mathematical such as "2 plus 2" or
"add six to a ba.f dozen"; or
tt.y may- bm oatea fat history,
ages, brainbuatera, etc

7 By Eugtno Shtfer
. HORIZONTAL
1 One of the dukes of Sihon
! (Josh. 13:21) v,
5 Abraham called tier his sister
when he was in Gerar (Gen.
' 20:2) -
10-s-Days gone by. 1
14 Mitigate. ......
18 Mature. :
17 Lodge doorkeeper.
. 18 Record of proceedings.
la On the briny deep.
- 20 Canceled. ; k-
22 River-island. 15
23 Islands Fr.)
' 24 Land in which Cala dwelt
(Gen. 4:1' w
79 Son ef Nahor, (Gen. 22:22
28 Recreations.
. 33 Compass point' abbr
S4 Neuter pronoun.
38 Prank.
27 How was the man born whom
Jesus cured? (John 0:1)
29 Single unit
40 Decree.
41 Discortforta-
42 Masculine name.
43 Father of Canaan (Gen. 10.8)
44 Female horses.
45 Adjacent
48 Symbol for silver.
47 The Lord refueed offerlnrt of
what beats by the Israelites?
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48 Biblical verb form (Bom. 20)
N Adjudges.
M 4t y
.H ShorUj
New TefUnwTtt spelling of
Noah (Luke I -36)
S7 FTialiaed.
65 OSicial passport endorsement
63 Tit.h.
f V V i of lyric poetry.
t B bhcal stone (1 Sam, 23.15)
7 Aliens Uaa.

8 Soap-frame bar. -
70 Supposes. ':' '-'
71 Palm leaves (var) ;.''.''
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2 Mohammedan prince. -2
Son of Azas (1 Chr. 8J)
4 Malt bereragea,
.5 King of Egypt (2 KL 1T:4)
Macaw.
T Word forbidden to be used to
a brother (Mat .22
4 8 Garret -,
. Pagans. t
10 Laud. .
lv Church passageway, j
12 Swiftness.
' 13 Afternoon partiea.
' 15 Peaceful.
21 Portuguese genUemaa,
V Preclude, v r
. 27 Completion.
28 Farmer Turkish title, t
2 Counteract t
SO Flower stalk. .;- .
31 Incline. f-
32 More cunning. r r-3
3 r-3 Doctrine. f
28 Insertion. ..,-',
39 Hautboy. '-41
41 '-41 Secured government protec protection
tion protection of invention.
43 High pnest whose tons were
worshipers of Belial (1 Sam.
212 i
44 Adult male.
A Matter of Yean
If a centennial barks one hun hundred
dred hundred years and 'a bicentennial
marks two hundred years, bow
do we detignata one hundred aad
fifty years?
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45 What sort of tongues, as of.
fire, appeared and sat on each
of the Apostles signifying the
Holy Ghost? (Acts 2:3)
47 Deciding matches of a tourna tournament
ment tournament
49 American writer. ; f
51 Attitude. .; i
52 Drench. v

54 The birds.
M Grafted (her.)
58 Hence. 14
8 With what did Jael
Sisers? tJudg. 4:22)
80 Volcano in Sicily.
61 Caninea
64 Fortify. j.
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PAINTING FOR TRUMAN This cainting. part of an Israel art' collection on ex-

by Capt. W.L. Thomas at the Chicago .airport. hibit in Chicago, will be presented' to former President Harry Truman later

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. Charles Clejgg and Lucius,

Beebe of Virginia City. Clegg
and Beebe decked out their

half-maiion-dollar Pullman-

car with a Venetian Renais Renaissance
sance Renaissance decor. The 93-foot, 90--ton.
palace" on. wheels -contains
crystal chandeliers from?
Venice: -diamond-paned, mir mirrors,
rors, mirrors, gold-plated lighting fix fixtures
tures fixtures -from France, gold gold-threaded'
threaded' gold-threaded' rugs ? and ceiling
murals copied from Rome's
Sistine Chapel. There Is a 23 23-foot
foot 23-foot observation room .with a
marble fireplace Land three
master bedrooms. -Next is a,
dining room and a complete
galley and "wine cellar. State Stateroom
room Stateroom shelters' crew of two, a
chef and waiter. Car can be
carried ; at the end of any

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helping to make a "brain" at a firm in Poughkeepsie, Irmgaard was heading for U. S. Army post in Paris.

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Official US Navy photos j.
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Vaplff nA1 i ranf 'KiinHav wluii

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along with their families arrived
at Farfan playground for their an annual
nual annual get-together, it was a smiling
anrt itflfiiRnipinm 4rnofl that KtftD-

netl tram the. cars with the rest

ot tne nappy peopie.

Alr.aHv th nir was filled with

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"back home" on tnc waoasn, r
maybe the Rio Grande.
" Lt. (j.g.) Roland P. Ely was cl-ficer-in-charge
of this year's out-

Tk. tu a v v i nmmun cauons

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Center has Us main emces at n
Fifteenth Naval District H e a d-

quarters, Fort Amador, with out

lying facilities ai ranan uu pmu pmu-mit
mit pmu-mit and Galeta. 1

VimiiiM f ram -oil of these sta

tic, nina thoir criiAnts. -joined in

uwui jm r

I far this outing. Extra activities

such as this picnic begin to pue up

nprsnnnpl for each year

they enjoy sucn an evcm..

v Assisting Ely with the prepara preparations
tions preparations for tho picnic were Warrant
Officers C. O. Fields, and P. E.
Scott : and Ensign Don Main,
Chief Petty Officer Radulski,
Kennedy and Bliss, Hospital
Cerpsman First Class Wilbvrn,
Tetaman Second Cla Holliday
and Commissary man First Class
Holland.
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ing officer of the Naval Communis
cations Station, was more or less
th main "talc.ihar0A" man how-

Uver, for lie saw to it that all join-

ATHLETE DAVIS in the outside lan beats the starting; Kua In the live jrrads crawl, graba
lead which he held. to the .tape

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f AGE T.WC7, t Sssiry iscnas Ssrfr'rrT ; tnjri iiii!

ed in the many and varied activi activities
ties activities that were planned for the day-
pie-eating contest, tug-o'-war, coin
dive, barrel hoop race; three'
legged race. 5 yard crawl (for

the youngsters ; and an eggtoss.

plus some Softball. s

The chowline made everyone hap
n Vrnm th ftizxlin's? ctak rinht

on down to the ripe juiey tomatoes

and cold creamy potato salad, there
not only was a lot to eat but ev
erybody ate a lot

It is estimated that in the ii-
nited States there are some 20,

nog playground oepn to me pub public
lic public plus an indeterminate Minv
ber of privately owned iobs, but
the -Navy communications per-

Vot ;
loss year shirt

on wrons

campaigns

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tonne) hera in the Canal zona
"' agreed that none could possibly
' surpass the wonders of tha Far-
fan Playground. X
' It was ideal for their outing, anc
thanks td Panama's .faithful,
.which1 was shining brightly, the
swimmers In the crowd had the
opportunity to take part in races
. ...oil ic inot 9 fplSxine din.

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i j;.i.nt at mnat nnv niltinS.

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ment 10 encouniet. ( ,c
. Tha Communications tricnie had

something different. There was ev

en race toi tne mue ones vo lone
nnt In Thev mpH tn ffpt. a bang

out of it and joined jight in with
theif elders in having what is com commonly
monly commonly known as a "ball 1 1

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It's pie."' Capt. J. E. Johnson cuts a piece of said pic for
Mrs. Drell and P-i'l Maxmlllian, ;

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' ,i By Stephen Crane

I STOOD UPON A HIGH PLACE
J stood upon, a high place,1
And saw, below, many devils
Running, leaping, -And
carousing in sin.
One looked up, grinning, :
'And said. "Comrade! Brother lH-

A MAN SAW A BALL OF GOLD IN THE SKY
A man saw a ball of gold In the ky;
- He climbed for it, --'.
And eventually be achieved it ,'
It was clay. -
Now this Is the strange part:
When the man went to the earth v
And looked again,
Lo, there was the ban of gold.
Now this is the strange part:
It was a ball of gold.
Ay, by the heavens, It was a ball of gold.

IT WAS WRONG TO DO THIS, SAID THE ANGEL

I was wrong to do this," said the angel.
You should live like a Slower, -Holding
malice like a puppy,
Waging war, like a lambkin."
"Not so, quoth the man
Who had no fear of spirits;
"It la only wrong for angels
Who can live like flowers,
Holding: malice like the puppies,
Waging war like the lambkins."

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Air Force has just released this first photo of the Republic F-l 05 Thunderchief, new super super-ionic
ionic super-ionic fighter-bomber.' The nuclear bomb-carryunr plane, powered by a Pratt and Whitney.
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design features such as the long, cylindrical fuselage, short, very thin swept-back wings, neede
nose and the ventral fin on bottom of the fuselage, aft, tear the tad. j 7

The; Washington Merry-Go-Round
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WA55HINGTON In the current

vamhU in ilt V iho hllflfflt. the

House almost chopped of the an

nual. JOU,UW,uw grant u iimci
communities to keep waste.; and
mn nt f thair drinking wa

ter. Behind the close yrote is an

untoia story 01 inausmai iodujtuik

and pressure flireci ; irom a
White House., .'.iOk, fe

Opposition te the ranr cam
from the powerful chemical, pulp j
anil BAnar manufacturer, which'

sums thalr factarv weste ; inte

the nation's streams.
vAt miA ta ilaan.iin munici

pal pollution, they feared,' would
van luallv focus attention on indus

trial pollution, -;.,.-'?:.'.'.
As a result, these firms launch launched
ed launched a virtual iet-them-drink-sewagej
campaign that reached 11 the
way into the White House. l
No less than assistant president
Sherman Adams pulled strings to
kill the anti-sewage appropriation.
Adams used to be manager of the

Parker-Young lo., now me ran ran-onia
onia ran-onia Pinn Co.. one of New Eng

land's Important pulp -and paper

producers, ne is aiso a mm um um-tor
tor um-tor of the Northeast Lumber Man Manufacturers
ufacturers Manufacturers Association, before
which he spoke in Boston last

Adams worked inrougn nepuuu-r

eao leaders on uapiuu u v

up a majority ot epuDucans
gainst" the $50,000,000 matching
funds which the Federal govern-
. i a J 4 .ttiaa 4a

ment wouia exienu uu
help them build sewage-disposal
'plants. --.-"'

ing the 1956 campaign. RepuUcan

iiAwvwv. ww ... y
000,000-a-yea. program "to purify

streams and other .water sources
.hi.li if Viru;! thCT I S i L

"might endanger yie aeann oi me

TEXAS SABOTAGE

ActuaUv. the program was .au

thored by ', Minnesota's Congress

man John Blatnik. a Democrat,

though many Republicans voted

lOT H. : v:' r r-.v-

Thanks te White House prts-.
sure,' however, e large majority
of. Republicans wen back en
their eampsiort boast and voted
in favor of continued iti
tamping' in the nation's rivors.

was not introduced by Republicans the House. Post Office Committee.

but by two Texas Democrats -rO.

Clark Fisher of San Angelo and Bob Corbett (R-Pa.) starte4 rum

'The victorious amendment to Neb.) brought a box full of typl

rtma Ttui-locnn nf An unn Ironical

ly, their districts are collecting al

most nail oi tne eaerai money

allotted to Texas right now- W
clean up drinking water.
Tn Riirlasm'a- districL' the Sweet-

quated and overloaded that raw
sewage seeped into a tributary of
the Brazos River. This supplies
drinking water for Abilene : a a d
Dyess Air-Force Base.; ;
Tn Smaatwatar.- itself J the Water

is no longer sweet but contaminat

ed by the town s own sewage.

However, this is now in tne pro-
t hoi no rcmariiML thanks in

part to funds voted for Texas by

the Federar government. ;
u74oi ( aw uirra in Fisher S

PK. w
iutri. that his constituents want

to irrigate with the discharge

from the san Angeio sewage weai:

ment plantv. -.

Of the It, VOO.ooo auonea u xn xn-as
as xn-as for sewage-treatment this year,
Burleson's district is receiving
$500,000 and Fisher's will get $266,-

However, their, pollution prob problems
lems problems are en the way to being
solved by the program the two
Congressmen fought so hard te
sabotage in Washington.
These two Texans, f rontmg for

the GOPrDemocratic 'yconomy"
AAnlifiMi Kuri.aaHaH'- in defeating

.fVSIUMWU, VMvwvw
sewage disposal on an nnrecord nnrecord-oH
oH nnrecord-oH ttw f allar vote This is a r vote

whereby Congressmen merely file.

past a r teller, wno recoras. me
number voting but does not record

the names.

Later, Speaker Sam Haynurn
arhn ha Koon rioins more to nass

important items in the Eisenhow

er budget wan any nepuoucau,
required a roll-call," or. recorded
onto. - r. ,r 'r.

Whim lini, RannhIipan flin not

aum ..

want to vote ior sewage puDiiciy.
Enough switched over to the Democrat-Eisenhower
side to reinstate

the $50,000,000.' ;V

RUBBISH IN THE MAIL .; ;
' A a nrnfpst a'ffainst the' "rub

bish" that comes in the mail.. Con-

cal "waste mail" to a meeting of

After -the meeting. Congressman

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maging through the box. v

"Hhlimmm ho mumbled. "Lot

of good stuff in here." - ; r

Then ne noncnaiantiy pocaeiea
some sample pills and walked off.

" WASHINGTON WHIRL "
A atipirlpp fnr Drnmntn's. IkeT-1

got-annoyed with Mamie the oth-. s -er
day for showing up a lew mim ;
utes late to pose for photogra-
phers. When she arrived, the Pres
ident looked crossly at his watch
and snapped; "You're late!". ;
Some Senate wives, who attended
Mamie's White House tea, got a
little huffy when they were- in instructed:
structed: instructed: "Give your name to the ...
ti Thatf misunHrstood. TheV.

thought they had been ordered to

give your name ana age. ....
It was nothing new for Senator
McCarthy's wife, Jearn to a nab

the invitation. She has turned

down every invitation to win tne
other Senators wives, in their a c c-tiutt'a
tiutt'a c-tiutt'a Andrarr Henricksen. a

senatorial secretary, recently left

Sen. Wayne Morse tju-vre.j aim
went to work for Sen. Frank
iLausche (D Ohio) One of her
fir4 aiaienmcnta WAS to draft a

letter 'to a constituent va iyi
rights. Apparently, the letter re-
mink nf ha MnrXA Dha

ilosophy. She was dropped for be-.

ing too uoerai.". ..nnw
Truman was in Washington the
other dav. he was invited by;, old

friends to join a poker game.

"I've got to go oacs: to, ntw

York"' he said, "to take soma

lessons in, oaoy-siumg. ...."
AFL-CIO high command will work
fhc Teamsters Union to oust

n.a -ftrk Jim Hoffa. Frank

Brewster, and others in the Sen-,. ? .1

ate limehght. mey re aepcinjiuK
on secreatry-trea surer John Eng

lish to oppose Bee : wnen u

Teamsters' convention meets m
September. Texas politico

aren t going to i mwijr
Sen. Ralph Yarborough 'get to
Washington any earlier than- they
can help. His certificate of elee-
tinn i hrine delaved the full 17

gressman Glenn Cunningham ( R- days allowed hy the law.

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Some people go through life

with- perfect timing, in tune with

every change, '.forever adjusted to

wnatever quirks fate Happens to

Ileal off the bottom of the deck.
Other people, such as me. miss

To paraphrase the late Mr. Fred

Allen, if I owned an elk's tooth, it

wouia nave a cavny 1n.11. .-
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This depressing thought occurred

to me the other day when I ob observed
served observed some seemingly inexhausti-

, ble young things hurling each oth-

, cr recklessly about in the rock
i 'n' roll, a peculiar paroxysm which

momentarily afflicts the young.

' l started to check b a c k on
dance crazes and found tliat J

missed them all.
I was too young for the Charles

ton and the Black Bottom: I was

unborn when the Bunny Hug was

at its peak; the waltz i was dead

and buried when I was shanghai shanghaied,
ed, shanghaied, handcuffed and screaming, in

10 uancing s:nuoi. ..-

When swing arrived, together
with the Lindy Hop, I was making
a living as an ordinary seaman on

a freighter, and the' craze had

passed when I became landborne

again.' .
. I was too old for the jitterbug,
and also was handicapped by be

ing an officer in the Navy, i The

Navy frowned severely on its offi

cers doing the jitterbug, which did
not necessarily hold-true for the

, Air orce or tne Army.
The rumba, the mambo, the con

, go, the cha-cha-cha all passed me

f by for some reason or other, and
I am still stuck with the old,
, somehwat dandruffy, box-step fox
' trot. j .
f ..This "archaic exercise, which is
lumped with the wing collared
dress shirt and a black jacket then
called a "tux," is guaranteed to
win no fair lady on a dance floor.

even if you take on enough false
- courage1 to shove a c o u p 1 e of

swoops and zips into it..
As the hot-blooded-youth in col college
lege college given to the pursuit of eoeds,
I feebly attempted something then
called the "shag" in which the

contestants appeared to be leaping

- ever barrels and kicking viciously
. at other couples, -i ..
"A few concerted "shag" eve evenings
nings evenings at the proms left you breath breathless
less breathless and beat to a nub, with bare

ly sufficient strength left to totter
the lady home to the coed shack,
let alone chase her around the ar-

This Is not a phenomenon pecu

liar to me alone. 1 have' noticed

in latter years that the sweating

swains oi new lone and otner ca capitals
pitals capitals are so fatigued after a night
of squirming on the stamp sized
floors of cabarets that there is
small stamina remaining for the

pursuit of l'amour. r
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This seems particularly ; appll

cable to the balding playboys out
on the town with the sweet young
things who own a limitless supply

of energy when the maracas rat

tle out another mambo, ...

A dance floor is really no place

to prosecute a romance, anynow

You can't hear yourself think, let
alone talk. People keep bumping

vou all the time, if they are not

leaning over your shoulder listen listen-ins
ins listen-ins to your shouts of would be

sweet converse.

Aftpr vnu've trod on the bare

toes of your beloeved and barked

her shins a few times, sne is noi
urenared to listen to sweet talk.

She is, rather, prepared to shove

you into a taxi and seek more a

gile company.

If I were voting and frolicsome

today and would woo my lady to

maximum advantage. I would a-

rtont a nlaeue-like attitude to all

palals ruffled congregation of Cu Cuban
ban Cuban epileptics. ;

Siuaa that T am In the terml-

rhnre business. I recokon the glo

ries of love and the wonders of

matrimony -would have passed me

by forever but lor a luccy oreaK.

l met a aou in wasmngura who

worked standing up in a depart-

mpnt store and who had perpe

tually sore feet.' Her idea ox big

pvpnina was 10 Dauie utsr uuks ui

boric acid, drink bourbon and lis

ten to non-danceaoie music on me

phonograph.
- Some 19 years later I sometimes
wonder what might have happen happened
ed happened if Arthur Murrav had f Ot a-

holt of me when Iwas young and

malleable. x ' ;
-Tt'a ton eh to look backward

lone life's lumpy high road and

blame the wnoie wing on a pair

of sore feet.

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HOBBT back-HOBBT nl in r . noUceman. He turns out night.

SSSASS which i "aSolman'i bj ot .uthorjty. At left, he
dlsDlavs a piece of stovewood from which be fashions the persuaders on his lathe t right He
Ses biorj or oS. Most of the Columbia force carries hi, sticks and many have gone to col col-leagues
leagues col-leagues in other cities. t

Walter Winchell I New York

ROYAL LOYALTY Henoundng btr title, former Butslao
Princess Tatiana OuroussoS has become an American citizen.
At the conclusion of the ceremony in Boston she kissed the
flag to show ber happiness. Daughter of a ballerina and an
- officer of the Imperial Guard, she fled Russia after the 1917
revolution. She is the widow of Prince- Nicholas whom she
married in Paris. f .

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HOLLYWOOD HISTORY

The production of a flicker is a

fantastically complex operation en

compassing countless details ana
a hatful of coin. Over three years

of effort went into the making of

The Ten Commandments." : His

torical research alone cost hun

dreds of thousands of dollars. Ov Over
er Over 1800 reference books were utiliz

ed as well as numerous ancient do documents
cuments documents which sent researchers to

the far corners of the globe. Then

there was several months of Iocs

tinn work in Eevot and the Holy

Land involving thousands of peo-

nle. Camels and a zoo-run oi otner

animals were used., -Expensive

sets were built some towered as
hi eh an 100 fp.pt. Of course, the writ

ins of the script, the signing o! the

stars, the rehearsals these were

all part of the massive pian...r.a:
A critic witnesses the cinema in a

few hours aid decides whether or

not it to worthwhile,

. Birth pangs are also common to

artistic creations. t or example,
some of Judy Garland'! most hap

py musicals were the consequence
of personal anguish. Miss Garland

endured the torture or rigorous am
in? in an effort to maintain a trim:

torso. During the making of a mo movie
vie movie her diet consisted of black cof

fee and cigarettes for breakfast,

lunch and dinner... The physical

i nd psychological consequences are

easv to imagine ... unce. during a

dance sequence, Judy dropped
from exhaustion, "Get on with it,"
the director ordered after she was

revived. ''Get on with it and you

wop't feel so hungry".... Tne re result
sult result of the star's self-torture were
such gladsome musicals as "Girl
Crazy,", 'Babes .on Broadway and

"Meet Me in St. ixuis.

"Around the World in W Days,'

Mike Todd's rich triumph, repre

sented his greatest gamble. Todd

who has risked $10,000 on the turn

of a card, gambled over a million

on the celluloid roulette wheel ...

He had over a million dollars worth

of stock in Todd-AO when he began

planning "Arwnd the World in 80
Divn." Associates soueht to. dis

suade him. Todd, nevertheless, de

cided to back his judgment wiin

cash. Although he was million millionaire,
aire, millionaire, be. risked going broke again

bv borrowinc on tne Todd-AU siocx

and went Into production. TooVthit

the jackpot. He won Fort Knox. Os

car and us.-

Imagination !vH birth to cre

ate effort. Moreover, thoflesh
and bleed of clickert are fre fre-ejoontly
ejoontly fre-ejoontly the result of a director's
Imaginative skill. He transforms
actors into human kinfs. Di Director
rector Director Elia Kaaa once explained
Ms method: "All that matters is
the actor. That little human oo.

lr yea want to eef at 4hst lit

tle moisture in the girl's eye, the
way 'she lifts her hand or the fun funny
ny funny kind of a laugh she's got In
her threat that's what matters.
And you never knew hew much much-of
of much-of that you've caught until you
see it. Sometimes you don't even
know then,"

An extraordinary performer can

breatne me into a movie, inrio
Bergman did it in "Anastasia."
And Jimmy Cagney did it in "Love
Me or Leave Me'1 ... In common

with superior creative artists Cag

ney has an intense application to

details. For it is a series of details
that makes possible the most mas

sive artistic effort ... Cagney was

required to limp in the movie.

Merely feigning a limp was not

much of a chore. Cagney. how

ever, soueht to discover why he

limped, hj went to two ox nis orom orom-ers
ers orom-ers (who are doctors) and discuss

ed the problem. Thev decided that

the leg bad been injured at binn

That made it realistic for the star.

As cagney later explained it:

"Knowing why I limped. I felt na

tural and forgot it." . V

Self confidence is presumed to

be an auxiliary of talent. Never

theless-self doubt was the origin

of one click movie ... "Can't act

Slightly bald. Can dance a little,"
was a studio exec's succinct and

melancholy size-up of a perform

er's screen test some years ago,

One sroducer. however, evidenc

ed faith in his skill by offering him
a co-starring role. When the film

was completed' and the performer
witnessed a private preview, be

was appalled to the point of despon

dencv. He vainly pleaded with the

producer io remake the movie or

delete his en oris. He wen quicuy

left Movie villc.-convinced that he d

never return. Happily, the film ti

tled "Flying Down to Rio", was

the initial thunderous cinema tri
M t A ...

umpu ror -area Asuure. .,

Almost all movies demand a vast
amount of money, time, energy and

varied talents. The Skill msy

raneo from the ability to scramble

the alphabet imaginatively to sew

ing a button ... staggering aeraus
went' into the production of the

War and Peace' flicker, ror ex

ample, a Swiss button factory

was taken over by the movie-mak

ers for several weeks to manuH

facturo buttons for the costumes
which kept tailors busy Me
months. Not only that, the cast in in-rhuil
rhuil in-rhuil l ooo horses and 2878 can

nons were dragged across miles of

battlefields.
The movie's origin, however, was

chiefly the result of director King
Vidor1! gift for story-telling. Aud Audrey
rey Audrey Hepburn agreed to star in the
film before she read the book. She

consented after Vidor- recounted

the styr of "War and Peace?, in box-office mint.

his own words. Which Is quite
feat when you recall that the novel
consists of tSOlOOO words
.Sometimes a jnovie can be born
as a result of that simple and pow powerful
erful powerful quality known as faith...Joa
Crawford once spent three long ;
years waiting for picture offers.
During the era of The Great Ig Ignore,
nore, Ignore, Miss Crawford kept herself
busy with household chores. As she
later wrote: '1 spent those years

cleaning and scrubbing, cooking;

working' on my garden." fortun fortunately,
ately, fortunately, her agent. Lew Wasserman.

never lost faith in her. He conti-
nued searching for the right role.

Finally, he managed to Obtain
"Mildred Pierce" for the star.
After director Mike Curtiz wit

nessed the test scene, he wept. At
that moment a star was re-born

and a hit-movie came to life.
"When Mike cried," says Miss

Crawford, "I knew he believed in
me. Through his belief I was able -to
forget the stigma of 'being box box-office
office box-office poison' and was free to try

my best."-

Like all births flickers are ea

sier to conceive than deliver. The

making of a film always requires
hard labor. As a cae in point,
there's director John Huston who
goes about producing a movie with
the intensity of a perfectionist. He
has an idea that the best can al always
ways always bo made better. During the
shooting of "Moby Dick" Huston
had some episodes rewritten 30
times before, he was satisfied.
Clark Cable was forced against
his will to star in "Mutiny on the :'
Bounty." "I didn't want to waar
those knee britches," he later
said, "and, frankly, I didn't want
to play in a picture with Charleo, -Laughton
and Franc hot Tone. I
thought they would shew me up"
. After bitter and prolonged
dispute with the late, great pre--ducer
Irving Thalberg Gable
reluctantly agreed to appear in
the movie. It was a major suc success
cess success and is new Gable's favorite
film.. Incidentally, Gable was al also
so also forced against his will to star .
In two other top flicker, "It Hap.
pened On Night" and "Gone ;
With the Wind.
When Deanna Durbln was one of

the movie queens, she demanded
on having French fries with ket-.
chup for breakfast. The studio.

execs opposed me iaea. im
mat star breakfasting on French

fries and ketchup would be a gla

re a-killer, not to mention tne siora- -aeh-turning
element. Miss Durbia

was stubborn however. She refus

ed to continue making the movie
unless her odd request was grant- m
ed. Consequently, out of French

fries with ketchup for breakfast

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the food, and the people them them-.
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cialized specialized and highly developed art.
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the evening wore on the men and
their families began to leave,

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' THE EISENHOWER POCTRINK Is being) put to it
O ALL EYES THIS-week were focused on the com- flrst test The test is coming even though the doc-

blned U5, military and air power oeing aispiayea trine has not invoked to save Jordan. It is com-

, to the Canal Zone in general and to top Latin Amer

Jean military men in particular,

. The three-day "Exercise Carlb-Ex," which involv involved
ed involved is ooo trooDs. was climaxed Friday when 1000 men

dropped on the old Rio Hato airfield. Only a small Communist aggression
, niimhnr nf (n.siiitit.ifts wm recorded as the Weather- .j .!. i

man cooperated with the jumprs. No wind and SK SK-bright
bright SK-bright sun aided greatly in the troopers ascent, r -.
Spectators that Jammed the stands and outskirts
of the field Friday were thrilled at the sight of four
Super-Sabres whistling by. The Jets arrived from
Foster Air Force Base Texas with stopping to refuel,
tnus proving their ability to carry an atom bomb 2000
miles to a target, travelling at an average 610 mph.

O THE GENERAL MANAGER of the famed Calumet
racing stable has mad it official. Ben Jones tend
United tress that Calumet will start "General Duke"
and "Iron Liege" in the May Fourth Kentucky Derby.
'Barblzon" has been sick and will remain in the
stable, Jones said said he expects the most trouble
from "Bold Ruler" .and the California colt. "Round
Table?' w
Th hpail man at. .Tinliimpl ftlsi said that lorkev

And there is no Question, v. despite the niceties of. Willie Hartack will have his choice between uenerai

diplomatic language now being used.v. that its de- Duke and Iron Liege. Pave Erb will ride trie uaiumes
terrent powers-are now being employed to the full.' horse mat Harlack turns down. ',
"Thr tlmelv and Dotent reminders have been ram-. Also In turf, the latest report on the stallion "Tul-

med home to those who are plotting the downfall of yar" is encouraging. The horse from Ireland, bought

mg on the deterrent powers of the doctrine... pro proclaimed
claimed proclaimed by President Eisenhower and approved by
Congress.. ' -,' '
As conceived by the administration, the doctrine
was a protective shield over the Middle-East to-deter

The demonstration provided the observers of Carib Carib-Ex
Ex Carib-Ex with the greatest example of hittintf power- ever
seen on display in Central or South America. ' 1
Besides top-ranking ? off icera of the military and,
air forces in Latin America, the United States sent
Adrnv Arthur Radford,, chairman of .the Joint
, Chiefs of Staff to witness the operation. ,-
' At week's end over BOO observers began boarding:
planes which would take them to scattered parte of ;
! North, South and Central America. : ?
The Panama Canal chalked op another record, v
. when a total, of $3,608,748 was collected in tolls -,
commercial vessels for last month. . 1
This figure exceeded the previous record of
; 13,424,592 which was set in Dec. 1956 by -184,156, 4

o

Jordan at th F.isftnhnwar Doctrine's potential.

The first came from the King of Jordan, It labelled
to: the world that the threat to his kingdom came
from International Communism. There was no ac accident
cident accident in those choice of words. It is the only means

by which the Eisenhower Doctrine could be invoKea

later. n
The' Elsenhower. Doctrine, as approved by Con-
S reaps, was not t be used to Intervene between
rah and Arab or Arab and Jew. v but to pro
" tectthe entire Middle East against one enemy,..
, international Communism." 1
. 1 The Jordanian king, of -course, was not fnvok-
Ing the doctrine automatically by using the ex expression
pression expression international Communism . the same
words used in the resolution passed by the Unit-
ed States Congress. : ' -y '"

In fact, he was saying at the same time that he

thought Jordan could still handle the situation on it

own... 1
But" the mere fact that he pinned the threat down
to international Communism served as notice that
the doctrine could be Invoked later.
The. other two reminder came from, the United
states. ''''''-:i.rf:!Iv-''.r-vv"" if-i-v,-".

A joint statement was Issued in the name of Pres-

by an American syndicate for $67,0U0, has an intestin intestinal
al intestinal ailment but is reported much better. The stallion is
at the Claiborne Farm la Paris; Kentucky.
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Speedy Del Flanagan loomed brighter than ever in
the welterweight title picture toaay after banging

out a 10-round unanimous decision over Kid Gavilan

in Bt. Paul Wednesday. ,. v ,
" The St. Paul veteran, a 2-1 favorite, reached a -.
peak. In his up and down career Wednesday night
a he turned aggressor and had the former wel-
terweight king baffled most of the waj.i ?
i The three officials each gave the classy Irishman
a perfect 100 point. Referee Billy McCalw's card
scored 100-91, Judge Johnny, Stanton had the fight
100-92,' and Judge Dick Pelaney scord )t 100-93.. r

Harold Gomes, the -New "England feathef weight

- i A a joint swtement was issuea in vne .mine m ric.
A survey among Canal: Zona customs men on. th lden Elsenhower and Secretary of State Dulles pro

ouestlon of their donninr a uniform, shows that they

.are perfectly happy the way they are just wearing
Inspectors hat.
It is understood that the Canal was conducting the
survey among the 50 men to determine what their
viewpoints were concerning a possible change.
- The Carib-Ez maneuvers delayed school opening in
the Balboa area on two consecutive days. Children
were asked not to report until 9:30 because of the
noise of. planes taking off, but parents breathed a
sigh of relief that their youngsters would not be a a-round
round a-round when the giant planes swooped down low over:'
the Balboa area. .t ,;. '.'- t
;f-"- :'!',:rf,-.:'?? .i''V:'-X''tSyf'
The shrimper MV Albacora went to the highest,
bidder Mrs.. Ana Eisenman of Panami for the sum
of $9600 during a public auction in the Crist6bal Dis

trict court, it was involved in series or jiDei suit.

cialmin this countrv' vital interest in the indeoen

dence, and- integrity of Jordan. Again language was
taken, directly out of the resolution passed by Con Congress.
gress. Congress. These are niceties of language which are easily
recognized in the diplomatic world. .
The third reminder came with the sudden des despatch
patch despatch of the powerful United States Sixth Fleet
to the eastern Mediterranean. This was the most
potent reminder of all. American officials didn't
trouble to explain why the fleet was being sent at ;
- this time to Middle Eastern areas. They didn't
- have to. It was to be on hand in case of trouble
-' . .and in ease the Eisenhower Doctrine was to be

'V' Invoked. .!:-'---v::-C'"-V-''' ''':"'
But. the greatest potential of the fleet movement
was as a warning, .v to deter any overt more to bring
about the collapse of the Jordanian Kingdom.
r It must be added that the Eisenhower- Doctrine's
deterrent power is being tested on what its critics
labeled it weakest grounds . internal subversion
and fifth column tactics by the plotters. --

- . . i , As yet, there is no evidence of direct use: of arm-.
The fire-ravaged British freighter Hdperange was ed force against Jordan. ;

.whether the Eisenhower Doctrine can aeter tne
political conspiracies against Jordan remains to be
seen.;".: .; -; ;-i ;:,,;.; ;: .'x "v V;" r.

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towed over to Cristobal wnere it is now awaiting a

tug from Texas which will take her there for repairs,

v. Two escaped soldier were picked up and returned
to the Guardhouse, at Clayton. The men, Pvts. John
D. Nichols and Russell Prlnkwater had escaped while
on a work detail at Ft. Clayton. A Juvenile delinquent.
. from the Gatun jail was also apprehended after
escaping from police custody for the .fourth time. He
. 1 Rafael Santos, a young Colombian who had been1
erving time for burglary. .. .- .. -, -. 1 .
J The Panama government, formally protested
" before the State Department the purchase of 56, 56,-W
W 56,-W lbs. of choice Australian beef by the Panama
Canal Co. . .. v.
. j Support for the government's action came
readily from the Panami Chamber of Commerce,
! which expressed fears that the purchase might
. J Jet a precedent for other purchases py Canal Zone
.'organizations.

The Panami government argued that according to
treaty- provisions. Canal Zone agencies must either
. buy from Panama or from the United State. ;
Following reports' from -Washington on deadlocked
negotiations between Panama and the United States
over sites for the installation of Nike guided" missies,
the Panama government issued a statement saying
- that the matter was brought no Informally during
the outgoing administration of President Ricardo A-
. rias but not since President Ernesto' de la Guardla
took office on Oct. 1, 1956.

- ,'' There were indications that Soviet Russia, fac-
. ing Internal economic difficulties and the possi possibility
bility possibility of further trouble in Its East European
satellite countries, might be seeking better rela rela-,
, rela-, tlons with the West.
. Soviet Premier Nikolai A. Bulganln sent an 8000 8000-word
word 8000-word letter to British Prime Minister Harold- Macmil Macmil-lan
lan Macmil-lan expressing Russia's desire tor good relations. 1
Belief strengthened that Russia might soon make
one step toward better relations by making conces concessions
sions concessions which would get the United Nations disarma disarmament
ment disarmament conference in London started toward some a a-greement.
greement. a-greement. -.
President Gamal Abdei Nassel of Egypt issue a for
mal declaration on ooeration of the Suez Canal Zone.

Under-the declaration Egypt would continue to exert
complete authority over the canal. But Nasser made

champion, was mighty pleased today with his knock

out victory over Bobby Tgers of Chicago in his first

nauonauy-teievisea ngnt. v- '- c
"I wanted to win and I wanted to look good," the
popular, Providence scrapper said after dropping
Roger, for the full count at 1:54 of the ninth round
Wednesday, night before 1363 hometown fans.
Gomes, certainly looked good In scoring two
early knockdowns and then, after matching a mid-. :
. fight breather, he came back in the- next-to-last :
. Tound to put Rogers away for good with a coun-
tering right-hand punch to the Jaw.
It appeared Gomes would send his many rooter
borne early when he floored Rogers for a mandatory
eight count in the opening round, catching the Chi-
cago youth with a left-right combination.-
: Again in the fourth' session, it appeared Rogers
would be knocked out when a solid right decked him
: for another eight-count. .,:.. v:f: j :, ..v-1 j f :.
Bob Baker, Near Rivers, Ramon Funtes" and Gil
Cadi 111 were among the boxers dropped from the top
ten in latest monthly Ring Magazine ratings released
Thursday. -,,.; ,f-v. .... ,;,,.. ; -, ;
Baker, the big Pittsburgh heavyweight who has
been In and out of the ratings. several times, was
replaced by Willi Besmanof f of; Germany, who -beat
him at New York a few weeks ago.
- River dropped out of the middleweight rankings
and Bobby Boyd of Chicago regained a spot among
the top ten. Oeorge Barnas of Austria took 10th place
; among welterweights, dropping Fuente out, and
Mexico's Kid Anahuao Is rated 10th among the feath feath-ers,
ers, feath-ers, with Cadilli out. ; .: ';.
For the most oart. there were onlv minor fehaneeu ;

; from last month's ratings. Joey Glambra advanced
from -seventh to sixth in the middleweight ranking
changing places with Joel Giardello, and Del Flana Flana-'
' Flana-' gan and Vlnce Martinez exchanged, sixth and seventh
-places among welters, with Flanagan ahead now.
. Chuck Spieser of Detroit, first-ranked llght llght-'
' llght-' heavy challenger last month; was fifth this
; month after his kayo by Tony Anthony, who was
'3 -J..-, named "fighter of the month." : : ; 1 ..
Lightheavy champ Archie Moore was dropped from
fifth to eighth among heavyweights since he hasn't
been active, -and Dal Dower of Wales, fifth among
flyweights last month, dropped out of the' ratings
this month because' of his one-round kayo by champ
Pascual Perez and Dower's subsequent announcement
o f temporary retirament, v- .' --

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Ham Richardson, Herb Flam, Althea Gibson, an

lxjuise urougn America s rour nignest-ranxing pla

some important concessions to the Western countrie "yi" Mvl'XZiZ

wnicn use tne canai. . wimhMnn k.mninnhi. in va t... n t..i

One wa that Egypt would agree to international

arbitration of complaint against its canal operation.
The -United States, despairing of agreement with
- Nasser, had called a meeting of the U.N. Security
Couneil on the canal Issue. But after publication of
the Egyptian declaration, the United States indicat indicated
ed indicated it would accept Nasser's term a a temporary ar arrangement.
rangement. arrangement. -: .'.-' 4. c..--' ':"-.:--'
A top U.S. government financial. expert says', the
Elsenhower administration will oppose vigorously any
tax cut next year. . j-- .. :.
That is, unless the financial condition of the gov government
ernment government imnrove ronsidera.b!v over nmnent Mtimntpx.

LAvcr rcpurvs iruiu wttimuigbua uiatcaiea uiat me inates

V&. dropped the matter cold after it was understood

that Panama would demand that a new treaty be
drawn up on the matter.
President de la Gaardia told foreiru newsmen
at a reception given in their honor that Panama

ha intention of pulling a Nasser-like
to nationalise the Sues Canal. - (

The official declined use of his name, i However, he

said the expected budget surpluses both this year and

; next are too small to permit any cuts. He firmly re re-jected
jected re-jected talk In Congress about a tax cut effective this
coming January. House Speaker Sam Ray burn has
predicted, such a move if government revenue con-
". Unues high- and the budget ean be cut enough.

On the latter subject, two Republican Senators who diplomats in Washington and at the U.N. were sub

-oiwen vaw opossuig viewpoints nave come ous in iavor jerr.a to a campaign or defamation.

caragua over a disputed mosquito-Infested border
1 ; area. "-. v . v -. ..
; ; Honduras broke ties with -Nicaragua. after
1 charging Nfcaraguan forces had invaded the territory-In
northeastern Honduras. The -decision
- followed earlier reports of flrhting between Hon Hon-dura
dura Hon-dura army troops, and Nicaraguan national
. guardsmen near the border. The reports were
sketchy. They did not mention any casualties...
nor the size of the forces for either country.
The State Department has rejected as baseless the
Soviet charge that Russian diplomats In this coun country
try country are victims of a defamation campaign.
Department spokesman Lincoln White chlded the
Soviet Union for complaining at a time when work working
ing working conditions for diplomats in Moscow are, a White
put it: "something less than-Ideal.-

Russia had protested earlier thl week that its

' :; ' --'-lot cutting.some three billion dollars from th propos- '-Whit said 'the-8Ute.Oepartmeiit wa-not.wr of
Panam4 Secret Police mad several arrests during ed budget. .-r, any such campaign. ; t 1
he week among foreigners who had come by Pana- Senate OOP leader William Knowland aidr the "fig-':"., iJ '

the

manlan citizenship papers fraudulently. Those ar Pre should represent -a "minimum'.' cut. Knowland
rested, on orders issued by the Attorney General, in-' previously has indorsed the idea of a tax cut next

ciuaea eoniract worxers wno naa come to Panama year

The Democratic' national chairman nova h.ni

jwin m roving co-oroinaior to organize rrM rnat'

during the last war and at least one individual whose
false baptismal certificate was issued on a date prior
to the date tf birth which appears on his false Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian papers. " , J

Freshman Senator Jacob Javits of New York said

the budget can be cut two or three billion xiollars,
, Jlondofas. rvkAf,dfjjqmatierelatIous wKb, Ni i-

support shortly.

Paul Butler told the young democratic club of New
York the deputy chairman will work with six region regional
al regional leaders" and state and, county organizations
throughout tb nation., i i -.. .

SUNDAY, APRIL 2S1C37

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