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"Lff people know the truth and the country is safe Abraham Lincoln.
FAXAMA, R. F., SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1956
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The Spring, Tra-la
Television is still coming to
the uanai tone m the spnu, a
uauy neima sportsman
e defined the spring as be be-ti.tii
ti.tii be-ti.tii M&rcn Ssi ana Jiiiie
however, mere are indications
that rouna aoout mm-Apru
spang -minaed tomans win be
aoie w switcn uieir eyes irom
tne willow buds and tne wooiiy
lambs to their television screens.
Thor. thev mav see evidence,
direct from Ft. Clayton Armed
it j TAlfliflcinn
Forces Kaaio uua At..-."
Servlce studios, that spring has
A small harbinger of spring
was set loose in a shirtsleeve
conference Friday by Canal
rr nno Inhn fi. RevbOld.
. He suggested to ,the Civic
Council representatives that
they bring to the attention of
the residents of the areas they
represent that the television
station is a military Installation
and that there is no guarantee,
Shoots Self, Dies
NirnsiA rvnrns March 3
(UP) Superintendent Philip Steph Stephen
en Stephen '.ttficld, a former Scotland Yard
bodyguard to the Duke of Windsor
and Anthony Eden, shot himself
to death today in the apartment
of a Cypriot girl.
friends said he had been In love
with the slim Cypriot brunette in
whose room:, he was found today
and that she recently had rejected
cis proposal o marriage. ;(
Moscow First Stop
For Danish Jaunt
MOSCOW, March 3 (UP)
Danish Premier Hans. C. Hansen
arrived here by plane today for
an 11-day goodwill tour and
talks with Russian leaders.
T-To neon nrflt rpt.prf at the
airport by! high Soviet officials
and the entire foreign, diploma diplomatic
tic diplomatic corps, including the British,
French and U.S. envoys.
Chicks Don't Need
CHARLESTON, W. Va. (UP)
Traffic Judge James McWhorter
dicmisspfi rharpp nf nopratine
1 motor vehicle without a driver's
license against James Rucker, 28,
when the defendant explained that
it wasn t a car he was driving
but a chickencoop.
nor any obligation, on the part
of the military, that TV recep
tion will be, a possibility au
areas of the Canal Zone. i
It Is expected that teU pat patterns
terns patterns will be televised before the
actual telecasting begins; at
that time individual residents
will be able to determine wheth whether
er whether or not television can be re received
ceived received in their particular areas,
Found By USAF
In Alaskan Territory
' WASWTNflTON. Marrh 3 (UP)
The Air Force said today that
five soviet weatner Dan o p n s
have he en rprnverert In Alaskan
territory in the past three years
one oi tnem m me iasi iew
A spokesman said all five bal balloons
loons balloons were of the "meteorologic "meteorological"
al" "meteorological" type and "contained radio
He said that while "we did
not find any photo equipment,"
some oi tne balloons "were dam damaged
aged damaged and all equipment was not
The spokesman emphasized
that, mnro than five Russian
balloons may have landed in the
vask stretches of Alaska. But ne
said the Air Force has recover recovered
ed recovered only five thus far.
The Air Force made the Infor
mation nuhllc in renlv to per
sistent demands by newsmen ior
amplification of a State Depart Department
ment Department note to Russia Thursday.
It accused Russia of floating
baloons over American territory.
The note did not go into details.
But the State Department
said it was "noteworthy" that
Soviet balloons were flying over
American territory at the same
time that the Russians were
nrnt.pst.tnor about American
weather balloon flights over the
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SHARING BIRTHDAY HONORS simultaneously with the anniversary of Cub Scouting are four
wolf cubs of Fort Kobbe's Pack No. 16. The boys (left to right) C. Thomas Jackson, Ralph
Rose, Dick Sullivan and William Spears, celeb rated their ninth birthdays at the "Blue and
Gold" Banquet, held in honor of the cub scou ts at the C.P.O. Club at Rodman Naval Base.
' (U.S. Army photo)
TJnVor was clpprino a riilanida
tnrl intn Kp I nff tnwp.rl srrnRS town
by a friend. He explained to the
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anymore because he had used it1 addition, were an aviation haz-
for a chicken coop. ara
It said that Russian balloons
also had floated over Japan,
Turkey, Iran, Finland and Germany.''-'.-'
It was not immediately ciear
from the Air Force data weath-
pr the recovered Russian oai-
loons are of the -same giant
variety this country has been
The American balloons are
huee devices eouiDned with
cameras for makme nhoto
eraDhs. never before available,
of cloud formations 8 to 10
Tn nrotestlne aealnst the U.S.
ha loon fliehts. the Russians
charged they were designed for
military reconnaissance ana, in
Primary Shows Possible
Write-In Contest For VP
CONCORD. N.H.. March 3
(UP) The possibility of a spon
taneous write-in contest for Re
publican Vice President in the
nation's first presidential prim primary
ary primary developed today.
Lack of firm support for vice
President Richard M. Nixon was
shown in a United Press hpot
check of some of the 26 pro-Ei
senhower candidates for dele delegate
gate delegate to the national convention
in New Hampshire's March 13
President Eisenhower has the
field all to himself In the so-
called popularity contest for
Presldent--but no candidates
are entered in the adjacent col
umn on the Republican ballot
the race for vice president.
With Eisenhower a shoo-in
candidate, the consensus' is that
Republicans might turn their
scrutiny to the increasingly-important
issue of. his running
Some of the prospective pro pro-Eisenhower
Eisenhower pro-Eisenhower delegates indicated
choices such as Nixon. Gov.
Christian A. Herter of Massa Massachusetts
chusetts Massachusetts and Sens. William F.
Lallii America Tour
DANCING FOR THE QUEEN These fantastic-looking "straw
men" were part of the dancing reception committee which greet greeted
ed greeted Great Britain's Queeh Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh
on their recent arrival at Kaduna, Nigeria. ,Top photo shows a
eroup of natives in costumes of grass and straw during one phase
of the danrp. Lower photo shows another group of nicturesqua
dancers, with their odd, "faceless," intricately designed straw cos costumes
tumes costumes during anothejt partof thedance:
Israeli Arms Hopes
Fading, l!o Answers
WASHINGTON. March 3 (UP)
Israeli hopes of buying $64
million worth of cut-rate Amer
lean arms were at a new low to
the United States In two
moves made it unmistakably
clear that it doesn't plan to sell
Israel arms at present. 4
And although sale of arms at
a future date is still possible
the United States' apparently
has refused to give Israel any
specific idea of when.
Secretary of State John Fos Foster
ter Foster Dulles yesterday rejected Is Israel's
rael's Israel's demand for a flat yes or
Dulles also said In a letter to
five congressmen, that any ship?
ment of arms to Israel at pres present
ent present "wouldn't be conducive to
Israel asked lor a nat answer
earlier this week. Israeli sources
said their country wanted the
answer to make plans to meet
the threat of Communist arms
shipments to Arab nations.
The sources said if Israel
couldn't eet a yes or no answer
It at least sought to be told "yes,
but not now."
Dip Leveling Off
- WASHINGTON, March 3 (UP)
The Commerce Department
reported today that manufac
turers' sales in January dropped
seasonally from December.
Sales in January totaled 27.1
billion dollars after seasonal ad adjustments,
justments, adjustments, compared with 27.3
billion dollars in December. Jan
uary shipments were about
billion dollars above those of
Knowland (R-Callf.) and Styles
"There was no calculated at attempt
tempt attempt to omit Vice President
Nixon's name from the ballot'
said Gov. Lane Dwinell. "So
much attention was focused on
the President, that really no
consideration was given at the
time to indicating any choice for
Says He Remains
Friend Of Britain
AMMAN. March 3 (UP)-King
Hussein said today he still in
tends to be Britain's friend de
spite his abrupt dismissal yes'
terday of British Lt. Gen. jonn
B. Glubb. who organized, train
ed and led Jordan's crack Arab
An announcement Issued by
Hussein's royal cabinet said Jor
dan will "respect fully and keep
up all the obligations" of the 20
vear friendship treaty the late
Klnr Abdullah signed with Brit-
am in 1948.
The official statement iald
that, although a Jordanian has
replaced Glubb as commander of
the Legion, some 60 other Brit British
ish British officers assigned to the Jor Jordanian
danian Jordanian force are "carrying out
In effect, the announcement
served notice on ''neutral" E?vpt,
Svria and Saudi Arabia that Jor Jordan
dan Jordan has no intention of lining
up with them aeainst Britain.
(Onicial sources in Lonqon
expressed hope that the dismiss dismissal
al dismissal of: Glubb does not mean that
local authorities Intend jto inter interfere
fere interfere with operations in Jordan,
which is Britain's blearest base
on the Middle East mainland.)
Cheerlnc crowds circulated
through the streets here todav.
shoutine "Lon? live the Kin"!"
and comparable demonstrations
were reported In other Arab ca capitals.
pitals. capitals. ,.
Ultra-Hiqh TV Un
Pace Is Requested
WASHINGTON, March 3 (UP)
General Electric Co. called to today
day today for a "major effort" to pro
mote use of ultra-high frequen
cy television channels before
they are lost "either by Intent or
Paul L, Chamberlain, manag manager
er manager of the company's broadcast
equipment department, said
more effective use of UHF chan
nels would solve the problem of
allocating TV channels. It also
would facilitate future expan expansion
sion expansion of'TV broadcating, he said.
Testifying at a Senate Inter Interstate
state Interstate Commerce Committee
hearing on TV problems, cham chamberlain
berlain chamberlain said prompt action Is
needed to help UHF survive.
A hieh state Department offl
cial commended yesterday the
results of a tour of Latin Amcr
lea which was recently made by
a eroup of Kansas City business
men who were accompanied by
the city's mayor, H. Roe Bartle.
Replying to reporters' lnquir
les, Assistant Secretary for in
ter American Affairs Henry F.
Holland said that the tour tf
the Kansas Cltians made a
worthwhile contribution to the
mutual understanding in the
hemisphere for which all in the
United states are striving.
"Reports received by the state
Department from our ambassa ambassadors
dors ambassadors to Latin America indicate
that the trip of the Kansas City
Commission for International
Relations and Trade was "most
successful," Holland said. "The
trip of this commission made a
very worthwhile contribution to
the mutual understanding we
are all striving for in this hemisphere."
The group returned to Kansas
City a few days ago after visit
ing Caracas, Rio oe Janeiro, Sao
Paulo, Montevideo, Buenos Aires,
Santiago oe Chile, Lima,
ma City and Mexico City,
To Ban Atoms
TOKYO, March 3 (UP) Sov
let Russia todav failed in an an
erv last-minute attempt to force
the UNESCO Asian Regional
Conference to go on record a a-galnst
galnst a-galnst atomic weapons.
The 80 delegates irom zu na nations
tions nations closed their five-day con conference
ference conference after a plenary session
in which they adopted 30 reso
lutions to improve the lot of A A-sian
sian A-sian nations. The resolutions
will be submitted next Novem
ber to the United Nations Edu
cation. Scientific and Cultural
Organization's full session at
New Delhi. India.
Soviet chief delegate Vladimir
Semenovlch Kemenov brushed
aside reoeated rulings that he
was out of order to demand that
the UNESCO representatives
here declare that nuclear weap
ons should never be used.
His fiery speech in Russian
turned the plenary session Into
gavel-poundlng, shouting con
The Russian leaped to his feet
in the tiehtly-oacked conference
room at the rrince Hotel aner
the delegates voted 14 to seven
with one abstention aztinst dis
cussion of an Indian proposal to
Include an atomic ban clause in
an atomic energy resolution.
Chairman Tamon Maeda of
Japan at first ruled that the In
dian amendment couia De ais ais-cusstd
cusstd ais-cusstd but under pressure from
the United Kingdom and the
United States he called -for a
vote and lost.
Just Last Week
KEFUVIK, Iceland March 3 (UP).-An internation international
al international weather ship today picked up charred debris in the
choppy sea off Iceland where a jinxed U.S. Air Force
Globemaster transport went down with 17 men aboard.
Other ships converged on the area to search for pos possible
sible possible survivors from the Globemaster which narrowly mis missed
sed missed a crash in the same area a week ago.
An Air Force spokesman said it is "quite likely" that
the same crew was aboard the transport when it went
down in the ocean as jockeyed it to safety last week with
16 persons aboard. .
Air Force officials said engine icing in the bitter cold
probably caused the plane to plunge into the Atlantic.
Moroccan Lady Pilot
Slirs Loyalist Mobs
Pilots said the last reports by
the crew of the Globemaster in indicated
dicated indicated that engine cutouts were
not the result of mechanical
The blunt-nosed Globemaster
was making the return trip
from Keflavlk to Harmon Air
Force base, Newfoundland, when
the oliot. radioed In oulck suc
cession that one, two. and final
ly three qt hi epglnea had
conked out. :
The plane was some 240
miles out over the ocean when
he sent his last message. After
The international weather
ship Alpha steamed to the area
Italian Police Comb
Country For Adonis
NAPLES. March 3 (UP) Po Police
lice Police combed Italy today for rack racketeer
eteer racketeer Joe Adonis who slipped out
of his hometown of Montemara Montemara-no
no Montemara-no without police telling them
where he was going.
Adonis, who came to Italy
"voluntarily" from the United
States Jan. 15, had been ordered
by federal police to stay in his
home town and not leave lt
without informing them.
- One repprt shortly after he
disappeared yesterday -said he
had showed up at Lucca, near
Florence, but police chief Giov
anni Scola said he was not ''any
where near here.
Adonis who had been threat
ened with prison and ultimate
deportation by the United States
ior lying about his birthplace,
now faces a possible jail term in
Italy for .msobeylng federal po
March 3 (UP) Pretty, dark-
eyed Tourla Chaoul. is, Moroc Morocco's
co's Morocco's first woman pilot, was shot
to death outside her parents'
home last night after bein? sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to death by a National Nationalist
ist Nationalist underground organization.
Authorities said they could
find no reason why the anti anti-French
French anti-French Nationalists would want
to kill the girl since she was well
known for her Nationalist sen sentiments
timents sentiments and supported Sultan
Sidi Mohammed Ben Youssef
durlnir vears of exile.
Miss Chaoul. who won her
wines when she was only 14, was
shot bv a youn Moroccan who
escaned on a bicvele fter fir
Ins several shots over the heads
Dona.'.'of an enraeed crowd.
4 . j
Her aeatn was omv une oi
many others reported In the
continuine wave of violence in
Morocco and neighboring, Alge
The death toil In Aieem rose
to 154 In two days. French au authorities
thorities authorities reported that 58 rebels
were killed In the past day. a
well as two French soldiers and
eisrht civilians. Sixty-two rebels
were also taken prisoner.
Senate Group Sets
Date For Hearings
On Shippers' Bill
Must Remain Dull
and fished out a botue ei
oxygen of the type used aboard
the lumbering uioDemasiers.
It radioed that the yellow
paint on the metal bottle
shower signs of "severe burn burning."
ing." burning." The weather ship also spotted
burnt plywood pieces floating in
the choppy sea.
Twelve planes and three ships
fanned out over the area ffl
the debris was found to Isxu ; r
other wreckage and aurvivors.
Visibility was fair, despite the
heavy, seas, but through hours
of careful crisscrossing, no flares
or other signs of human life life-were
were life-were seen.
Southern Michigan Prison inmates I11""8":
who were denied the use of table
knives after the prison's big riot in
1951; are using them again, v-
"Most inmates appreciate being
able aeain to use a knife while
eating," a prison official said.
"Yet there no doubt will be some
who will want to sharpen them
for purposes other than eating.
For those inmates thinking along
these lines, we offer some friendly
advice don't do it because you're
a cinch for a 30-day stretch in
The Sen. Inter-State and Foreign
Commerce Commission has set
March 16 for hearings on the Ship
pers Bill, which concerns revis
ing Public Law 841, according to
word received on the Isthmus to today
day today from Howard Munro, legisla
tive representative of the Central
Labor Union-Metal Trades Council
on the Zone.
Munro also reported to the u
nion here that he has met several
times with Robert Maver. nresid
ent of the Pacific American Steam
ship Association who was one of
the witnesses who testified here
late last year when the House sub
committee held hearings on the
Both the shippers and labor re
presentatives have agreed to join
the fight for revision of Public Law
841 which concerns tolls.
Munro also reported that his u u-nion
nion u-nion has two main aims this year.
Besides pressing for legislation to
revise Public Law 841, they will
"not support anything less than
that which will give the employes
the end results as recommended
by the Booz, Allen and Hamilton
survey conducted on the Zone two
The Shippers' Bill is S2167 in
the Senate and is H7305 in t h e
Judge Awards UfCc.
$1 im In Suit
The United Fruit Co. has re-.
covered $17,000 in payment for
damages Incurred when their
ship SS. Antigua was Involved
In an accident while transiting
A judgment for that amv-t
was handed down Friday i
District Court Judge Guthr F.
Crowe after the United Fruit C,r.
filed a notice of acceptance rf
the Panama Canal Co.'s offer u
The accident occurred on Ff 'o.
10 when the stem of the An.!
gua struck the center approai-la
wall at the north end of Pedro
Miguel locks. v
The fruit company charred
the accident was caused by neg negligence
ligence negligence and unskillfulness in th
navigation of the vessel whPe
transiting, and claimed damag-
eos amounting to $18,569, the
major Item of which was $14, $14,-305
305 $14,-305 for the repair of the pro propeller
peller propeller and tail shaft of the ves.
Shos-Solc Shining, Yhitenashsd Coal;
That's 7hst British Do For Thsir GIs
LONDON. March 3 (UP) The
British Army was disclosed to today
day today to have sold 12 million rusty
horseshoe nails from Its war
' The nails had been kept in
stock for the Army's 371 horses
and were sufficient to last
through 38 years of shoeing.
The sales were revealed in the
wake of a House of Commons de de-hate
hate de-hate in which War Minister An
thony Head disclosed he had
For Uranium Field
made some startling discoveries
about splt-and-polish practices
In the Army.
Head discussed findings of a
civilian Investigating committee
that discovered some draftees
have to polish the soles of their
shoes and then polish the cans
the polish came In.
But Head said he "got into a
race" when he learned some sol soldiers
diers soldiers were whitewashing coal so
they wouldn't stumble over lt In
PARIS, March 3( UP) Portu Portugal
gal Portugal is carrying out a vast search
for uranium to assure future In Industrial
dustrial Industrial operations in a power power-poor
poor power-poor land, a top government of official
ficial official said today.; '--
Marcello Caetano; Portuguese
minister to the -presidency, told
United Press that atomic ener energy
gy energy development will be vital for
the future of his-nation.
He hailed President Elsenhow Elsenhower's
er's Elsenhower's recent offer of 40 tons of
fissionable material to uranium uranium-short
short uranium-short free nations as "a gener
ous offer which merits all our
caetano was In Paris to rep
resent his country at the annual
ministerial meeting of the or
ganization for European Econ
omic Cooperation, s v
He said a vast search is under
way for uranium in Portugal
and In Mozambique and Portur
guese Angola in Africa. In ad
dltlon to present mines, urani-i
urn deposits have been detect-1
ed in the province of Belra Al-
ta and traces in the province of
Norway To Request
Share Of Uranium
NEW YORK, March 3 (UP)
Norway will ask for a share of
the 44,000 pounds of uranium 235
which President Eisenhower has
offered to friendly nations, it was
Dr. Gunnar Randers, chairman
of the Norwegian Atomic Energy
Commission, said after his arrival
here that he plans to go to Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, next week to work out a
bilateral uranium treaty. He said
he hopes it can be completed by
Gets Her Guy, $
NEW YORK, March 3 (UP)
A bartender's wife, with a stout
grip and strong lungs, today re recaptured
captured recaptured almost $100 two hold,
up men took from her husband.
Kathleen Backe. 31, wife cf
Andrew Backe, chased two sun-,
men who had forced her hus husband
band husband to hand over the money.
She caught up with the man
with the money, firmly grasp-!
his coat and yelled for police.
Only when the thief gavg i-t
the money did she let go. T."i
two holdup niea disappears I.
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ILLITERATES AND OTHER AFICIONADOS of this
sordid space, let me comiae in you alone that I was
massaging the malted manna a little the other day at
Rolando's Hideaway, when what should happen but that
it was brought to my attention that there is a plan afoot
in Ft. Amador to enter Red's wretched wreck in the In-,
dlanapolis 500. ;
You may realize, of course, that the allusion is to
the mobile devastated area which masquerades as the
taxi of Red, the Roosevelt rickshaw wallah.
This Amador plan having thus been embraced, I take
brief opportunity of assuring anyone who even wondered
that I have not yet any indication one way or the other
as to whether my Kid Sister has received the fraternal
fragment that I hacked out on her behalf last week n
this space. i : ... ... r
A silence, as if produced by some sorcerer's brew,
pervades the family mailbox. The juice of broiled bats'
wings, I suspect. Garnished with guano. That's what
comes of getting ideas of wedding witchdoctors.
I take no policy stand on all these affairs. Except
to say that I prefer beer to women any day of the week.
More soul to beer. Suds and sustenance, instead of new new-ing
ing new-ing and malnutrition. I
; Well anyway, I am getting round to blithering and"
dithering about a couple of letters to the editor of Time
Magazine sometime recently. Concerned the situation in
England, where many thousands of GIs, mainly Air
Force, are stationed.
Seems that some are sorrowing over never finding
themselves taking part in normal English iife, as in the
pub and the pueblo and the parlor.
I sorrowed over the situation of these GIs, because
at one stage of an unspeakable career I was a stranger
in England myself, and in uniform, of a sort. The "sort
that looked like it had been slept in through a couple of
hard campaigns. ,
The idea behind my sorrow was that there is a great
deal about England and its people that could make a
GI's hitch there a whole lot more tolerable, should he get
to know the local folk.
Then, because my glass was empty for a fleeting in instant,
stant, instant, I swiftly quit worrying about the distant scene
over there in England, and turned to wondering about
the local situation.
I consulted a neighboring GI.
"Mine's empty too," he said, alertly.
Gen. McGarr would have been proud of his initia initiative.
tive. initiative. ;
Lionel C. McGarr, that would be. Commanding gen general,
eral, general, United States Army Caribbean.
The same guy who -was Understanding enough to
try to get Leo Hayes an extension to play in the finals
of the Panama tennis tournament last weekend.
Some people conceded that Hayes, tennis racket in
hand on El Panama courts, might not be the ultimate
defense against Russian ballistic weapons. But'nor.was
there any evidence that he would provide any more im impenetrable
penetrable impenetrable a shield should he travel north Monday, in instead
stead instead of Sunday.,
But. SO It is Said. MrOarr and strafptrictc rVf tViA nor.
.suasion set out above were overruled. Hayes had hurried-
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ly iv pmy ounaay, Deiore nusuing aboard the plane
bound for his new post. So much for pointless inflexibil inflexibility.'
ity.' inflexibility.' k
Anyway, I proceeded to make it clear to the GI that
the subject of my interruption was not the state of his
glass, but the number of Canal Zone private homes he
had been in since getting down here.
It seemed that he had not visited one, in more than
a year. v:
The more I heard of his association with civilian life
on the Canal Zone during his stay down here, there more
I was minded of a place where I once wore uniform sox.
Place was called India. Pukka sahibs and Kipling
all over the place. Also officers' wives.
So happened that in those days I knew something
of the shortcomings of the India situation, having read
extensively in American magazines and other publica publications.
tions. publications. -:.
General trend of all the stories was that the develop development
ment development of a class which acted as if it considered itself too
good to mingle more than slightly with either the natives
of the place, or with men In uniform, was something to
be deplored. Colonialism, was the nasty word. Some Something
thing Something no red-blooded American would have anything to
do with,; anyway, v.;--. '' ..V
Well, it went on for a while longer, just as I saw it
and the magazines described it. The existence of peasant
labor brought very ordinary folk who suddenly found
themselves equipped with a house full of servants to
think they were some sort of a cross between the House
of Morgan and King John, the Magna Carta fellow.
They patronized servicemen, and condescended to
They patronised servicemen, and condescended to
serve them tea occasionally. These were the same serv servicemen
icemen servicemen whose families were back home paying taxes so
that the civil servants and Army people could live in
servant-strewn ease in India. ,
The American magazines looking over the situation
so penetratingly proved to be dead right. They said that
the despised folk would stand for this sort of conduct
just a little bit longer, then the castle of privilege and
self-esteem would crumble.
Which has nothing much to do with my nonsense
ofr this week, except that, same as had been my case in
Bangalore, the GI I spoke to had never entered a civilian
home here in more than a year. Never been invited.
This seems to be the same sort of arrogant unaware unaware-ness
ness unaware-ness of home-grown United States standards as India's
professional colonials had of home-grown British stand standards.
ards. standards. What it amounts to Is that both were phonies,"1 by
Wouldn't wish to go further into this comparison ex except
cept except to note that the British phony colonials got them themselves
selves themselves heaved out of India.
' That's why I don't, like anyone on the Zone appear appearing
ing appearing to think themselves better than GIs, or natives of
the Isthmus of Panama.
Just so long as everyone acts about their own size,
there'll be no trouble.
PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT this week was of
course intended to be hased on the successes of the in insuperable
superable insuperable Kiwis, but the Mummy Kiwi escaped.
So let's try the
nidtimrr.-whn cot their annuities OK'd bv the House
Appropriations Committee last week.
ISi itl U J t, UpL
Ja.TnTSn ''high laSini public pern W and diploma.
SEVEN OF EIGHT LOVELY MODELS atony with Miss
Universe, beautiful Swedish Miss, are being flown from Miami
specially for the fashion show to be held at the patio of the
Hotel El Panama next Saturday night.
This fashion show is being held in conjunction with the
gala dance to be given by the Panama National Red Cross,
at which the President of Panama and Mrs. Olga de Arias
will be present Mrs. Arias is President of the Panama Na
tional Red Cross. .. ,
The young models, Burdine's famous lovelies, will model,
among other things, an ermine trimmed bathing suit.
Visitors On The Isthmus
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harring Harrington,
ton, Harrington, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Horger
o( Diablo and Mr. Thomas Joraan
of Margarita, have as guests Mr.
Thomas P. Jordan of Mobile, Ala Alabama,
bama, Alabama, the Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Is-
blU and their daughter Jenie
from Owensboro, Kentucky.
Mr. Thomas P. Jordan was sta stationed
tioned stationed at Gatun in the capacity of
lock operator and is now in the
Wholesale Monument business in
' Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Isbill are
sister and brother-in-law of their
hosts. Rev. Isbill is pastor of the
Peoples Baptist Chruch of Owens Owensboro,
boro, Owensboro, Kentucky. i
Mrs, Harry Altman Arriving
Mrs. Harry Altman of Beua Vis Vista
ta Vista is arrinving today from a two
month visit an Los Angeles, Califi
During her stay there she met
her tuture son-in-law Morton Mes Mes-sex,
sex, Mes-sex, and visited her daughter,
Elki, who formerly lived on the
Mr. and Mrs. A. Resnick Leave
After havina spent a week in
Pnama on a combination bu-
siness and pleasure trip, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Resnick and their son Ro
bin left today for Colombia.
During their visit here they were
the house guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Medlinger and saw many of
their friends in Panama.
The Resnicks reside in wantaugli,
Open House For Eugene ..,
The Governor of the Canal Zone
and Mr; John S. Seybold will hold
an open house in honor of the
Executive Secretary of the Canal
Zone and Mrs. Eugene C. Lombard
on Sunday, March 11, at the Gov Governor's
ernor's Governor's House at Balboa Heights.
The affair is being given as a
farewell tot he Lombards w n o
pian to leave the Istnmus this
All friends are invited to attend.
Mo individaual invitations to the
affair, are being issued and the
many friends of the Lombards in
both the Canal tZone and Panama
are welcome to call from 6:30 to
Sunday Breakfast For
The Harry Hirschls
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hirschl who
are visiting on the Isthmus are
the parents of Dr.; Daniel Hirschl
of Gorgas Hospital. i
A breakfast was tendered. Mr
and Mrs. Harry Hirschl and some
of Dr. Daniel Hirschi's co-woikels
at the hospital this morning at
Revlon Demostration At
Hotel El Panama TTT-""" 'T
I A tea and personal demostration
by Miss. Ofelia del Rio the train training
ing training consultant for Revlon in Latin
America took place; at the Hotel
JS1 Panama on Friday afternoon.
Miss. Del Rio will be here for a
week to lecture in English on her
Winner Of Duplicate Bridge r
. Winners of the uupucati unoge
' games, played each Monday even-l
ing at the Tivoli Guest House, at
seven P. were: 1st: Mr. Woli
with Mr. Zoldayhi 2nd: Mr. and
Mrs. H.I Homa, 3rd: Mr. and Mr.
K. E. Frauenheim 4th: and fifth
were tied by. Mr. and Mrs. G .W.
Aexander and Mrs. W. Pollak
with Mrs. A. E. Davis.
Captain and Mrs. Hill,
Mrs. Carleton Entertain
Captain and Mrs. Mortimer C
Hill of Diablo Heights and their
house guests, Mrs. Ada Carleton
were co-hosts last night at a
cocktail buffet held at the Army Army-Navy
Navy Army-Navy Club at Fort Amador.
Mrs. Carleton, who is Mrs. Hill s
mother, has been an honored guest
at a number of Canal Zone parties.
b, pa to. 'e-;v wee c
her hem in Port Washington,
JLonL'na 1st;, lid, New Yovk.
P-i-cno tout. L
Col. and Mrs. Willard R. Seymour Mt, jnsors of this affair are: Mrs.
Have Visitors Henry Murphy. Mrs. Harold Cap-
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Wooster Mrs. Tan Ziad, and Mrs. Ro Ro-Seymour
Seymour Ro-Seymour of Syracuse and ; Tully, iert Matheney.
New York have been visiting their,
son, uoi. wwara n. seymour,
USaRCARIB Quarter-master, and
t leir daughter-in-law for the past
six weeks. They were guests of
honor at a cocktail-buifet party
giveu by Col. and Mrs. Seymour
Wednesday evening, on the ter terrace
race terrace of the Army-wavy Cldb, Fort
Amador. Approximately 150 guests
attended this gala affair;
Numerous other parties h a v e
teen given in honor oi the Sey-
Hours. Mr: and Mrs. Seymour are
prominent in Syracuse and Tully
circles. v: y
Mr. Seymour is Past President
of the Rotary Club in Syracuse
and has been attending Rotary
meetings in Panama. He' has also
been active in Masonic affairs and
received his 50-year pin before ar ar-ringing
ringing ar-ringing in the Canal Zone. Mr.
Seymour is a retired officer of the
Marine Midland Trust Co. of Cen Central
tral Central New York.
Mrs. Seymour is Past President
of the Women's Rotary Gub and
has been active in Red Cross work
it Syracuse. Hhe received her 35
year pin as a volunteer worker at
a ceremony in Syracuse attended
by National Representatives from
Washington. Tuesday, Mrs, Sey Seymour
mour Seymour attended a reception at tne
Tivoli Hotel in honor of Mrs. Flor Florence
ence Florence Plummmer, Most Worthy
Grand Matron, Order of the
Eastern Star, who is visiting the
. The Seymours will be at El Va
He this week as guests of the Leon
Greenes at their country home,
After Easter Sunday, the Sey
mours will return to their summer
home at Tully Lake, New York
stopping at. Havana and Miami en
Martriculation At Colegio v
Dunns the week of March 12.
Colegio San Vicente will accept
new applications for registrations
for the coming school year. y
Owing to crowded conditions 'in
certain ) grades, matriculation will
be limited to the following grades:
jrimary, kindergarten and fifth
and sixth grades.
In secondary, applications will
be accepted for 1st cycle and for
the 4th year in sepond cycle.
Colegio San Vicente, located, on
K. Street is under the auspicies
of the American VincentianFath
ers and is staffed by the Mary Mary-knoll
knoll Mary-knoll Sisters. ...
From March 12 thru March 17,
registration will be held from 9:30
to 11:30 a.m. and from 2:30 to
4:30 p.m. ; ;
All applicants must present ne necessary
cessary necessary documents at time of re
Variety Night At Jewish Center
A special variety night program
is being offered tonight beginning
at 8 p.m. at the Beneficencia 1s 1s-raelita
raelita 1s-raelita of Panama for members,
their guests and friends.
The entertainment, which is
free to the public, will consist of
nveral musical numbers, talent-l
ea dancers ana singers.
The program is expected to last
about two hours.
Mrs. Ripoll Guest Speaker
Blanca ICorsi de Ripoll, w e 1 1 1-know
know 1-know Spanish dancing professor
at the National School of Dance in
Panama, will be guest speaker on
Wenesday at the Officers' Wives
Club at Fort Clayton.
The luncheon will bt devoted to
a talk which Mrs.- Ripoll will give
on the San Bias Indians, and will
be illustrated" with a" color movie
taken of the Islands.
Mrs. Ripoll is director at the Pa Panama
nama Panama school which is under the
supervision of Mrs. Cecilia Re-
mnn. She was rerptif.lv Jnipst nt
honor at a presentation of a thesis!
i by one of the graduating students' nani. preseniea mrs. uugan witn
't the Panama University which a set of native silver jewelry as
l ... t i she e:.prcssea the appreciation of
'inanian dancing, and traced it the fhapter and paid fitting t r i-
(hot 134, jPunuma'
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back to Spain. Mrs. Ripoll often
lectures on Panama folklore and
Doctors 'Wives' Club Sponsor
St. Patrick Party
The Doctors 'Wives' Club is
sponsoring a St. Patrick's party
March 17, at the Army-Navy Club.
Cocktails will be served on the
terrace at 6:30 p.m. with dinner
following. An invitation has been
extended to the Panama doctors
Reservation or further informs.
tion can be had by calling Mrs
Robert Matheney at Balboa 3646;
Sketching By Mrs.
Service personnel and their de dependents
pendents dependents are reminded that Mrs.
Stuart Davidson will draw fifteen
minute pencil portrait sketches at
the USO-JWB Armed Forces Serv Service
ice Service Center every Tuesday evening
at 7:30 p.m.
An invitation Is extended to mi military
litary military personnel and their fami families
lies families to visit the music room at the
USO-JWB Center where Mrs. Da Davidson
vidson Davidson will sketch.
Panamanian Artist Exhibiting At
Currently showing at the USO USO-JWB
JWB USO-JWB Gallery is an exhibition of
oil paintings of Panama Scenes by
the talented Panamanian artist,
The exhibition, which features
palette type technique, has been
arranged in cooperation with the
Canal Zone Art League, and will
remain until March 10th.
An invitation is extended to mi military
litary military personnel and their families
to attend the exhibition.
Camera Series Given by
Mr. Eugene Derr
The third in the "Camera Ser Series"
ies" Series" given by Mr. Eugene Derr,
Acting President of the Diablo
Camera Club will be given at the
USO JWB Armed Forces Service
Center on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
"Picture Composition'! will be the
main subject of the evening, and
the talk will be illustrated with
An invitation is extended to al
An invitation is extended to all
Ithmian Rebekah Loege No. 1.
To Hold Card Party
Card party will be held March
24, at the Werz Memorial, B a 1 1-boa.
boa. 1-boa. .
There will be three door prizes,
also table prizes ana reiresn reiresn-ments.
ments. reiresn-ments. Tickets are now on sale.
Mrs. Louise Mercnant is in
charge oi reservations and may be
reacued at 2-3J17.
MRS. Leah L. Dugan Honored
mrs. Lean l Dugan aouorcu
Mrs. Lean K. JJugan, supreme
Inspector oi me Oiuer oi tne
Kainoow for .Girls on the Canai
6uiie, wno is leaving Uie. isihmus lu
mane her nome ux uie biates, was
uonuieu at lae tmoiuaiy mating
of Cristobal Assemmy jno. 2. Order
ot tne nainuuw :or oins, neiu
at tne thstoDat Masonic iempie.
4 -MieK Kouuii j, iiuniuiey, uf-
thy Auvibor, presiueu at tne meet meeting
ing meeting wuicn inauueu uusineas auu
in a most impressive ceremony,
Clair Wnite, accompaniea on tne
oigan uy Uiate Aifeo, sang "iSome "iSome-wnere
wnere "iSome-wnere Over tne JtainDow" as
irs. Outjau was escuiicu ihrouu
tne "Kamoow Garaen" 'where tne
ouiccK -pie&enieu '.Her ualluke
cniet roses in rainbow c o i o r s,
lorming a norai uouquet ox nana nana-Kemueis.
Kemueis. nana-Kemueis. ai tne close oi Uie- cere ceremony,
mony, ceremony, rauicia Leacu, wormy As Associate,
sociate, Associate, Auvisor, presented- Mrs.
uau wnu a Ou uay ciock, a
gilt trora uistooal Assembly
KOai faim Luapier io. I, O.
E. S., whicn sponsors Cristobal As As-btniuo,
btniuo, As-btniuo, piestuieu Mrs. iugan
wuu a paur oi ngurines, the "jfo "jfo-neid'
neid' "jfo-neid' fcua '"wouvUiio,"- in appre appreciation
ciation appreciation wr organizing and uitu uitu-luuy
luuy uitu-luuy seviug uie Uiu&v oi itainuuw
for Girls as Supreme Inspector fl flyer
yer flyer sucu a long period of time.
Mrs Marilyn March, Worthy Ma-'
tron, maoe the presentation on
behalf of the Chapter,
On behalf of Coral Chapter NO.
3, O.E.S., Mrs. Loretta K. New-
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MEMBERS OF THE WEDDING PARTY Mrs. John B. Rich Richardson
ardson Richardson (right) and Mrs. Malcolm Reybold appear to be very
happy as they announce in New York that actress Grace Kelly
asked them to be bridesmaids at her marriage to Prince Rain Rainier.
ier. Rainier. Mrs. Richardson was a schoolmate of Miss Kelly. Mrs.
Reybold and the film star were models together.
Cardinal Spellman Declares Reds
Would Enslave Earth If Unchecked
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CIUDAD TRUJUXO, Domini Dominican
can Dominican Republic Mar. 3 (UP
Francis Cardinal Spellman tojd
the openlnn session of the In International
ternational International catholic Cultural
Congress for World Peace today
that during his last trip to Ko Korea
rea Korea he saw again at first hand
"how Communism would enslave
the people of the earth."
Generalissimo Rafael L. Trujl Trujl-llo
llo Trujl-llo keynoted the meeting with
the warning that "peace does
not reside in treacherous Rus Russian
sian Russian dove and can only be
found in the whole complex es estate
tate estate of Christian culture."
The opening session was at attended
tended attended by more than 160 dele delegates
gates delegates and priests. The meeting
took place at the Dominican Re Republic
public Republic world's fair, now in prog
Cardinat Spellman referred
also to his visit to Indochina:
"In the sad faces of the heroic
men and women of South Viet
bute to Mrs. Dugan for her w o r k
7'ith the Rainbow Girls.
Special guests seated in the East
durmg the meeting included: Mrs.
Dugan, Mrs. Elsa Bailey, Su Supreme
preme Supreme Deputy of the Order of Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow For Girls on the Canal Zone;
Mrs. Marilyn Marsh, Worthy Ma
tron of Royal Palm Chapter No. 2,
O.ES.S; Mrs. Marion Greene, Wor
thy Matron of Coral Chapter No.
Sv O.E.S..' and Miss. Madelon Gar
rett, Junior Past Sorthy Advisor
of Cristobal Assembly.
Following the meeting a special specially
ly specially decorated cake inscribed with
"Ron Vnvap. Mrs. Dnffan" was
served in the banquet haU by San
dra Hughes and iter committee.
"Evtning of Camas"
T B Sponsored As Bentfit
An "Evening of Games" will
be sponsored by the Naval Offi Officers',
cers', Officers', Wives' Club to help raise
funds for the Welfare work done
by the Club. v
The people from both Panama
and the Canal Zone are invited to
attend. Tickets are now on sale
through the members of the club.
You are invited to make up your
table of friends.
The "evening" will start at 7:30
p.m., Army Navy Club, Ft. Ama
dor on April 3. There will be out
standing door prizes and "many
fine raffle gifts as well as special
entertainment. If you are unaoie
to obtain your tickets, call Mrs
R, L. Mann, 15 ND or Mrs. Geo
King, Far Farn 3576.
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On Fire Fighting
RALIEG.H N. C. (UP) The
first use was made this year of a
new forest fire fighting pact be
tween four, southeastern States.
Rangers from North Carolina
crossed the South Carolina line to
help foresters there battle a rash
of mid-winter fires.
' The regional aid pact was signed
between the Carolinas, Georgia
Allspice In Soup
NEW YORK -(UP)- Add new
flavor to vegetable soup by adding
a little ground allspice just before
serving.. Give it the taste test to
determine the amount; overuse
will overshadow the flavor of the
with your favorite emblem
Nam I saw the human destruc
tion that Commun 1 s m can
"Once again I was able to ap appreciate
preciate appreciate the strength .of spirit
which our holy catholic faith
had given to those people of he
roic Viet Nam as it had io xne
magnificent people of South Ko-
"And above all. i was thank
ful to Almiehty God for' the
strong christian tradition of the
Th: ((inference, meetinir Until
i March 6, will discuss and make
recommendations on a numper
of topics, includmsr tne use or
nuclear energy in the service of
Hiir.ation of citizens for
national and International life,
and other topics.
Warning that 'organized athe atheism
ism atheism is currently threatening the
wnrirf with martial subversion"
by Russia's Red army, Trujillo
said it is "imperative to activate
th sniritual forces and to rein
force t.h. imDonderable defenses
now offered by our religion.
"Now Is the time to aeciae
without hesitation, inspired by
irrevocable faith, between, the
two opposing system now strug struggling
gling struggling to dominate the world: the
materialistic conception ana
the Christian conception of life
and history," Trujillo said.
Turin Maris Cardinal De La
Torre, Archbishop of Quito,
TTfiiadnr is also attending the
Of Diablo PTA
Set For Tuesday
The March meeting of the
Diablo Parent-Teachers Associa Association
tion Association will be held at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday. March 8.
Neil Branstetter, supervisor of
music, Canal Zone schools will
discuss the music program of
the schools including purpose,
scope, and methods. To supple supplement
ment supplement the discussion Mrs. Blod Blod-wen
wen Blod-wen Turbyfill will direct a cho.
rus from the sixth grade of Dia.
It Is felt that this program
will be of special interest in that
it will enable the association to
become better acquainted with
the broad and substantial ben benefits
efits benefits provided under the music
program of the Canal Zone
schools which Includes many ac activities
tivities activities outside normal classroom
hours such as Individual Instruc Instruction.
tion. Instruction. Bible Society
Film To Be Shown
My' Right And My Cause" a
sound motion picture in color,
which tells a story of the Bible
in Korea, will be shown at the
Balboa Union Church today at
The picture presents a true
drama of the Rev. Youn Bin
Im. general secretary of the Ko Korean
rean Korean Bible Society and the al almost
most almost miraculous preservation of
a Korean Bible manuscript.
The major part of the film
was taken in Korea and Includes
war scenes supplied by the Sig Signal
nal Signal Corps. The Korean music
used on the sound track is play played
ed played on authentic Korean Instru
The film was produced by the
American Bible Society, a world worldwide
wide worldwide missionary agency which
translates, publishes and dis distributes
tributes distributes the Scriptures In many
languages around the world.
Cck Belief for inclusion 1b thti
column shtmia' submitted, in type typewritten
written typewritten form and mailed to one t
the pox number Ibtrd daily In "So "Social
cial "Social and Othetswise," or delivered
by hand to the oltice. Notices of
meetings cannot be accepted by tele telephone.
phone. telephone. College Club Tea
The March Tea and Business
meetinff of th ('anal VstnA i'fiaaa
Club will be held at the U.S.O.
J.W.B. Armed Forces Service Cen Center
ter Center on Monday, March, at 4:00. i
Mr. Jerry K. James, Cultural Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Officer, will be the guest
speaker. Mrs. Austin Yoder and
her committee will serve as hostes hostesses
ses hostesses for this tea.
later-American Women's Club
To Hold Farewell Lunch
The Inter-American Women's
Club will hold a special farewell
luncheon honoring Mrs. Alice Lorn Lorn-baru
baru Lorn-baru on March UU at the Union
CluL at 12:30.
For reservations, please call
Club Headquarters, or Mrs. Eiisa
Heurtematte (Panama 3-0566), or
Mrs. Beverly i'rieuman (tialboa
Atlantic Social Club Meeting
The regular business meeting of
the Atlantic Social Club will take
place at building 357 Marco. 5, at
All members are asked to attend
as the byelaws will be read and vot
ed on at tins time. It is necessary j
mai a certain percentage ot mem members
bers members be present to accomplish this.
Guests are welcome. After the
meeting is over Mrs. Lois Kim, Kim,-brell,
brell, Kim,-brell, Mrs. Burstin and Mrs. Hous Hous-er
er Hous-er will present entertainment.
Fort Davis Officer's Wives
Club Will Hold Meeting
The monthly meeting of the
Fort Davis Officers' Wives' Club
witt be held on Wednesday, March
7, at the Fort Davis Officers'
Club. Coffee will be served at 9:30
Balboa Women's Club To Meet
The Balboa Women's Club Card
Group will meet Thursday at 12:30
P.M. at the home of Mrs. W.
Pence. Mrs. Albert Saarinen. will
toe co-hostess. Reservations can ve
had by calling Balboa 3345.
All members of the Women's
Club and guests are invited.
V ine montnly luncheon and bu business
siness business meeting of the Daughters of
the United States Army will be
held at the Fort Kobbe Officers
Club on Tuesday, March 6, at
1:00. Members and prospective
members are invited to attend.
Reservations can be made by cal cal-biuing
biuing cal-biuing the luncheon hostess, Mrs.
Ralph A. Roch at 84-6288 before
Blood rushed tn a hnsnkal t.n!
take patients needing treatment,!
oranaponauan oi otner eai
Cross volunteers and entertain-!
ers from other organizations to
veterans hospitals these are
some of the day-to-day tasks
that Red Cross Motor Service
volunteers carry out while driv driving
ing driving somp ln.nnnnnn miip. npti
year. Although they are unpaid,
weir training ana tne upkeep
of their rolling stock costs mon money.
ey. money. Your contribution to the Red
Cross helps keep; them on the
FOR ALL PANAMA
Ai near as your phone world-famous BurdineVof-Miami
merchandise, straight from the Stales to you!
..- SO EASY TO ORDER from LOU GLUD Burdine's high-quality
, merchandise for the entire family and your home! Just call -Panama
2-2978.. .or drop in at his sir-conditioned sales office con-"
veniently located just around the corner from the Ancon Post Office!
CREDIT TERMS ARE ALSO easy to arrange.. .and you get fast delivery -via
APA from nearby Miami at new low rates.You can have confidence
in the character snd integrity of world-famous Burdine's, and of LOU
CLUD, longtime resident and businessman on the Isthmus of Panama,
Miss Universe and Lovely Miami Models (
wlU be in
THE OURDIhE FASHION SHOW
at Hotel El Panama March 10th 8:30. p.m. : ;
Benefit Panama Red Cross
, picket en Stle at Lou Glui'i, and APA offtc la U rtnutU
Remember! You SAVE-Burdines shopping service 1
' is FREE you pay regular Miami prices; no
"service fee is added. '
Shop Eurdine's today,
' D,C3 GLGDD
Phont Panamq 2-297S
k arevnd the comer from Am! Ancon Pott Office
Annual 3Ieelir.2r of the SlocLLuMcrs
THE PANAMA COCA-COLA
- BOTTLING COMPANY
Tha Annual Meeting cf tha stockholder cf Th
Panama Coca-Cola Bottling Company will be he'd
on Monday, .March 19, 1555, at 4:00 p.m. at the
main office of the Company located at No. 19-A,
Jose Francisco de la Ossa Ave., Panama, Republic
For Head Stones in Carrara Marble
or Georgia Granite, Consult
Located at "B" Strtet No.' 12-42, Panama
, or Call Telephone 2-2655
In Corozal and Mount Hop they accept 30" in
height for headstones, plus 6" for bass. Total
36" in height above ths earth.
El Panama's Sunday Entertainment Calendan
FINALS TODAY OF
See players from six countries participate In the fast fast-paced
paced fast-paced finals of this exciting new annual event!
From 6 pan. $1.50 entrance
(Refreshment and snacks served at moderate prices)
INFORMAL TENNIS BUFFET and DANCE
our popular Sunday buffet will be hekl
from 7 p.m. In the patio (Sport dress permitted)
Trophies will be presented during the buffet.
Clarence Martin's Orchestra, alternating
with Lucho Azcarraga at the Organ i
Entrance $1. (if not holding ticket to the $3.50 bullet) j
BELLA VISTA ROOM tonight
Music by the Trio El. Arranque. Drink service only.
Reserve your table now lor the
BURDINE'S (Miami) FASHION SHOW next
Saturday, March 10, in the patio
Tickets $2.00 obtainable at Loo Glud's, 15 Calle
Estudiante, or APA office, El Panama Lobby.
the convenient woy, wilh
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JACQUES GRIFFC keynotes
soilness, evident in this black
vocklail dress. Skirt flares full
from the hipline. Removable
cape collar ties on with a bow
at the front.
CHANEL'S familiar all-white
treatment this year is a casual
topcoat with emphasis at the
cuffs, patch pockets and a
narrow tab belt. She used
duvetyne for this number.
J?Vj cJloolz s4l f-arh:
Its Not A Year Of Drastic Change
Now that thfc pictures are pouring iir from Paris, they
show that fashion in the French manner is feminine, pretty
tnd wearable this spring. The sheath line gets top play
biA there are full, romantic skirts, too, and even little lacy
parasols to go along. The clearest thing that comes across
rtseeing the Paris photographs is that this is not a year
cCclrastic change. Women will look like women this year,
rather than like coat hangers, hat racks or spaghetti. The
shath line is, kept fluid, it curves to the body and it doesn't
oeniand that a woman be shapeless. By CAILE DUCAS,
MSA Women's Editor.
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j More hat is the whole hat story for spring:. But it needn't be top top-;
; top-; heavy. Here are six versions of the new-hat look in scaled-down
; sizes flatterinr to any woman. Lace cloche (upper left) by Sally
Victor is fragile, feminine and only somewhat deeper than the
cloches you've worn in the past. Beatrice Martin's fei in plaid
silk (upper center) has narrow brim and a little bow at the back
nwin navy siraw (upper right) has wide banding of
draped white organdy with big buckle. This Is by Miss Alice
Gustavo gives larger hat look to sleek little cap (lower left) bV
use of Boating brim. This is in white faille straw. DeepVrimmed
cloche hrscaled-down size (lower center) Is in brilliant oranr
bal ibuntal straw banded in white organdy. It's a Miss Mill
design. Smal version of the mushroom n .vliT,
I1 Wi! str C"ed with flat, tailored bow at eye level
J 'Christian dior's new "ar-
urow" lint is clearly typified in
Jt.his straight skirt with a
.round-hemmed bolero pointed
''ui by flower buttons. Straw
, 'cloche is barb for the "arrow."
CASTILLO of Lanvin used the
"cornet" lines for this ensem ensemble
ble ensemble in a sand blege wool with
flaring skirt, bolero jacket.
The straw cloche is 'mouth 'mouthpiece"
piece" 'mouthpiece" for the cornet style.
NEW YORK (NEA) -The day
of the big, bulky hat is here. Big
hats without weight, u s true, duu
are shoulder width.
These new hals are the natural
accompaniment for the spring sil silhouette,
houette, silhouette, which focuses interest on
the top half of the figure. The
long, slim lines of the body are set
off by little jackets, little furs and
the big new hats.
There's no doubt that these thats
carry their own built-in element
of shock the first time you see
them. And it's true that they are
more difficult to wear than the
small hats of past seasons. But
it's also true that the new in fash fashion
ion fashion often turns out to be fun once
the shock wears off.
In any case, all designers have
been foresighted enough to make
the big, bulky hat in scalod-down
versions. You may have the sil silhouette
houette silhouette without the size if big hats
are simply not for you.
The big hat is seen in many
shapes, cloche, toque, mushroom
brim, beret, tambourine and pillbox.
:i s youngest sister, iias lots of accii?'ns to children is
iftonc'.Vi bne hves main- states .it6"w'-
MRS. Ml RILL LAWRENCE' I'M not as kind as Dr. Bruch. I
VTE'S Aunt Verna, her fath-1 nm.K. our mdern anxiety to leave
v ay m a beautiful house, and Kate , e. ies Pai'l!- ihcir prime
has only seen her twice. But .ev-;,resi '8S not Kate, but the dis-
cry Christmas and birthday she p iay ne P1""?6,1 progressive"
snds wonderful presents black Kes? Kor a1(.cnilf "gbt to deci-
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diamond. nT'"" "a ""ntai straw (left) gets a cascade oil
(tenter) Is hnii in w.V. i.,V r" u s mu,l,-n'o' eP 'aw sits down on the brow
uenien,. is oanaed in blue, velvet. Parisian vers on of an American sailor' mn (ri,ht i. k. at
p Sttuer J4alr Can Be Work JMel
Trains ana beaver iur sets to
K;;te and her little brother.
. Somu weeks-ago she flew East.
One evening after dinner at Kate's
house, she proposed taking Kate
hume with her during spring
Vi hen she had left, Kate's moth mother,
er, mother, said, "You can go if you want
Htr father said. "It's ud to vou.
Kate is 11, She burst into tearsr
and cried, "How do I know what otl
to do. I don't know Aunt Verna."
1 AM glad to say that her par-' ci
ents realized the cruelty of asking J.t
Lost in their ambition tn apnnit
themselves as well-behaved mod modern
ern modern parents they ignored the very
jeal conflicts involved in the de decision
cision decision they were forcing on their
child:. ner natural desire to poease
the Aunt of the wonderful presents
and her equally natural distrust
of that Aunt's strange authority.
She vas a sensible child to re refuse
fuse refuse to make it.
tier 10 maKe the decision without
tlie knowledge she needed to make
it and undertook to ted Aunt Vernal
that though they appreciated hrj
kindness Kate was too young to!
vi.Mi b iar away irom nome.
The poi.it of this coiumn is suc succinctly
cinctly succinctly maat in "Don i Ce Afraid
of Your .Mid".'by psychiatrist Dr.
liilde Bruch who writes:
"Permissiver-ess the attitude
u" not forcing a childoften takes
t.ie form of letting hp make his
own decisions. It in frustrating,
even lerrytymg to a child when
BY ALICIA IIART
- .NEA eauty Editor
MUCH has been written and
!aid about the problem of skin
dryness. But on the subject of the
liljs, probably the most sensitive
skin area exposed to the elements,
nine is advised,
A foundation for Unstick is a
sound idea. Particularly for those
walnen whn likn thu nprmanont
jiu tAptt-iyu w mane ufi-isions npsiicKS is mis neiptul. iJefore the
for which he is unprepared. It! lipstick goes on, a good chaprev chaprev-becomes
becomes chaprev-becomes exn more painlul amlitntive cin do the job. One famous
f-ni using, when he is aware : that;o-e comes with -a hint of color to
Ins parents )ee the-decision to't'othp most important job of keep-'
him out of ;ood intention, V 1 mi;' lip- soft.
By ALICIA HART,
WHEN tlie patiently awaited
time ot freedom arrives the chil children
dren children are gown and away at school,
the home is easier to manage,
there is more leisure many ma mature
ture mature women are eager to go to
worn; outside the home. l
Whether the job is paying or!
charitable, politics or selling, a
mature woman is inleresteu in
conforming her appearance to
tnat 01 working woman rather j
than mother. It means changing
the wardrobe somewttat, geai-mg
the time arrangements so t h a t
keeping up suns and dresses can
be accomplished with as m u c h
ease as" the "Washing "of house house-dresses
dresses house-dresses was formerly done.
.It .also mean attention to
beauty. It is not necessary to
try to be a teen ager wnen ont
goes back to work. Gray hair is
a great asset, if it's, taken care
of. Don't wear it long, rush it
up and away irom the tace in soli
Avoid fizziness and bunchy
curls that accent aging lines. I
Pick a natural style that's easy
JACQUES HELM shows his
"flight line" in this street
dress with mock bolero, in silk
and orlon. Sleek silhouette is
broken only by row of shiny
buttons and shoulder high
A bathinette that Baby can jog joggle
gle joggle violent or scoot across the
floor is a great hazard. Wash him
in the tub or sink if it can't be be-repaired.
repaired. be-repaired. In the department of lovely toys
is a set of a dozen plastic nest nesting
ing nesting blocks. They range from a fingernail-sized
one to one three
inches across. For the older tod toddler,
dler, toddler, they nest in reverse to form
a tall, skinny tower interlocked all
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NEW YORK (NEA) Woolens, W shn Uti R t;X
in all weights (but most of themiin prv liuhtwoiDht Rriii,
featherhght) get the spotlight, in wear sharkskin. This ha fittrf
spring fashions. jacket with tucked voke and nut
I he featherweight woolens are i little whit roll a i- s
used, this year, for everything Straight-lined sheath dress in
from afternoon dresses to suits 'anricot feather wpioht sch
and coats. Designers like these
hghtweights for dress-and-jacket
combinations, too, and even for
tweed (right) is from Anthonr
Elotta. With it goes a sleeved
stole in a deeper shade and a med med-turn
turn med-turn .weight.'.
lfciv Slaves lliminatc Cjuasworli
BY KAY SHERWOOD
. NEA Staff Writer
LYou insert the thermomtter into,
the meat and set it for the dpor
of rare, medium or well-done that
you like. Then plug the attached
the low-vbltaee outlet
near the front of the nvem Whn
the roast is cooked to perfection,
the clever little d.;viee knows
While the designers are dream-
in.: up ever more marvelous and1 cord into the low.uoitns.
i. viiijinaicu fences ivr me cook
of tomorrow to cope with the
"here and now" developments
seem wonneruu enougn to the nougn to shut the oven1 off It
cook of today. won t pull the meat out of the o-
To this cook, anyhow, new andVen but it should eliminate much
workable aids to better and more! of the tiresome checking,
carefree cooking are really excit-j The succulepce of rotisserie-inB-
- v cooked foods is well known and
Without taxing my imaEinationlhas nromnted more inannfartnr.
one bit I can visualize the conve convenience
nience convenience of one of the new ranges
with a thermostatic controlled top
On ope burner of i the stove,
mere is a sensing element sov
erned by a regular dial calibrated
lor heat settings from 150 to 400
degrees. You select the exact tem
perature you want and the sens
ing element sees to it that the
heat of food in the utensil doesn't
exceed the setting.
On some of the ranges Ive
seen, this control is hooked to the
center or fifth burner which also
has the removable griddle top.
Heat for a kettle of soup ban be
throttled down to maintain a
slow steady simmer and, when
the griddle is in use, this stays at
just the correct frying tempera temperature
ture temperature for round after round of pan pan-takes
takes pan-takes of hamburgers.
It's also possible to have the
thermostatic control hooked up to
an automatic timer which will
light the burner at a pre-determin-i
ed time, r
Another brand new innovation
for gas stoves is the automatic
roaster control. This device is sim simply
ply simply a meat thermometer with o-ven-wise
ers to incorporate rotissenes into
free-si anding ranges as well as in into
to into built-in ovens. At least one new
stove has thermometer hooked to
the spit so .that you can tell at a
glance when the meat or poultry
is ready to serve,
On the practical problem of
maintaining a range, ther e also
are steady improvements. Round Rounded
ed Rounded corners inside and out are easi easier
er easier to clean. The see-through glass-
oven windows slide out for, through
Higher back-splash panels are
equipped with lights that really
illuminate the stove top.
, Color adds a new. bote, too.
Some manufacturers are meeting
the color trend with a choice of
removable colored panels which
can be changed at will. Others
have broadened their colored fin finishes
ishes finishes to include more tints. Cop Cop-pertoned
pertoned Cop-pertoned finishes are also growing
in Tnniilai-if if
It also appears to me that ap appliance
pliance appliance manufacturers; and cabi cabinet
net cabinet makers are making more of
an effort to relate their colors so
that one's pink stove won't clash
with another's pink refrigerator or
be jarred by still another shade pf
pink in cabinet finish.
Clever meat thermometer is a practical addition to new vert vert-Thermometer
Thermometer vert-Thermometer la inserted In roast and plugged into outlet in th
oven. Oven shuts off when preset temperature Is reached.
& iod0Z "ot fee. she
fray hair are n, well-Kept
to keep well-groomed in a b u s
Frequent massagingV brushing
and shampooing (gray hair, like
white clothes, may need more
frequent washing) will keep hair
soft and handsome. Silver hair
needs the foundation of a good pcr-
iiidiicui. a nome permanent, in
as this handsome sales-
wave kit is made exclusively for
gray, partly gray and white hair
The waving lotion has a bright
ening agent to keep the yellow out.
It is designed to brine out silver
Peach complexions should get
vivid pink lipstick s and light
touches on the cheeks. If the skin
the Workine woman's rrnwHerl ia nink nr white, lisp nink and rose
r---great hwrarOne home hpsticltrtmt 'avoid deep"rea
eager to conic, 'but prevent thii
etview wiw all the tact you possess. If
line interview is at the school or
-. i in a distant" city and they want to
COMES the school interview. Be'Jrel with you, by aU means let
beautiful but that's not your most wem- But turn them loose to
important battle. Your most im-.B-e unless jour appointment
portant necessity is to be calm! specities brmgmg them.-.
enough about your appearance! Many intelligent and mature
and clothes so that you can be'youn2, women have been turned
yourse1' and make the counselor! down by a school as being not
or interviewer know what you're 21 for the experience of go go-like.
like. go-like. . J uig away from home because the
parents were present at the in-
You want ti, do what the theateri
people call projecting. You want
your own interests, record and per-i
sonality to convince whoever in-support her.
Urviews you that the school can't, Be yourself. Remember to
last another minute without you. shake hands and try not to fiddle
Unless it is specifically called j with the furniture, but "bovc all
tor, uo not taxe either ot y o u ri let your own lnleres'; arid
parents- with-yous-They m t y bt-onalrr show atiheir best
terview. The mterviwers felt.
rightly or wrongly, that the teen-
ager asked the parent to come to
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in CI ay ion, Amador
Maybe If Would Be Simpler
Just To Forget About Taxes
BOISE, Idaho (IT) The Legal minds disagree on whether!
knotty problem of finding the mid-jit's the middle of tne main channel, j
Tut. ..... .i j.i tv,. w. -in. ,, die of ttie fcnake Kiver nas wtu wi.K-n ienas io smn over me.
iBTsr the top legal officers years or simply the midway point
i..ll K fc.1,4 rl,-i .h. ri tin. rH hav Ini f fi.n p 'HI I vVO SUICS. i-;i,cu upyvimc uus.
jtion. March 22-29 at Fort Clayton. as hard work. When a boy or girl
To assist in raising funds for the, has completed a course at Boys
i Boys and Girls State Programs, or Girls Slate, he or she has had a
ja dance will be held March 3 silvery through education in function-
The American Legion Club at Fort(al government. It is a course ne ne-Amador.
Amador. ne-Amador. Excellent music will belsismcd to make better citizens and
furnished from 8 p.m. until mid- does, as evidenced by the type of
V MATERNITY CARA jaew "dodge" was tried recently when a
mama rabbit gave birth to a litter in a brand-new, pink-and-gray,
'Dodge. The back, door of the car had been left open at a car
. Jegency in Cleveland, Ohio, So mama.rabbit moved in. Agency
i owner Alvin Podway, above, has. been feeding them and keeping
" the car motor running each night to operate the heater and warm
'the furry family.
The Boys and Girls State prog
rams nave oeen successful in o:
fording an opportunity for Junior
Students from the Balboa and Cris
tobal High Schools to spend one
week during the Easter school va vacation
cation vacation learning about their govern government.
ment. government. f-'
They' learn by doing, under the
supervision of men and women well
qualified in the subjects assigned
for them to teach'. They learn a a-bout
bout a-bout county, city, stale., and feder
al governments. Classroom instruc
tion is provided on all phases of
good government; they campaign
and are elected to offices, alter
which they function as judges,
commissioners, mayors, attorneys,
suDreme court justices, lieutenant
governor, and governor of a state.1 C. E. '-Campbell, 2-3218.
s'udents attending and their wil willingness
lingness willingness to assume the responsib
ilities of good citizens after tne
program is completed.
The Crossroads Boys Slate prog prog-rim
rim prog-rim this year has received 42 ap applications
plications applications to date and more are
expected. Two foreign observers
will attend the program, one each
from Colon and Panama. These
observers will attend the program,
one each from Colon and Panama
These observers will take part
in all activities as they do at the
High School they attend. However
the governor and lieutenant gover
nor 'ire required to be American
citizens. Information concerning
the program may be obtained by
contacting the Boys State director
It's a matter of taxes income bo the question has been thrown
lave.? workmen's comDensaUOBi wu the Jans of Idaho Attorn.-vi t
taxes, unemployment insurance: General Graydon .W. Smith and.
deductions and property taxes. j Robert Y. Thornton, his Oregon;
riere's why. Idaho Power Com-j opposite member. I
pany, after a long and bitter battle liven when they've come up with I
wi;h public power interests in the a solution there will still be a few'
Northwest, has won the right toj bookkeeping chores. For instance, 1
de !nn th awesome Hells Canyon if a bulldozer onerator liv in 1
in tne snake Kiver on the Oregon-j Homestead of Robinette, Ore., and!
wano line. t msi oi ms worK on tne Idaho i
Preliminary work already Las. side of the river which state re- j
begun on two of the three dams to ceu es his tax deductions?
be built. When construction activ-j u he s a legal resident of Ore Ore-ity
ity Ore-ity hits its peak, some WO on, he might expect to pay state
Atomic Energy Seen As Agent
To Produce New Flower Types
Hiorrison KBUdsen Construction
Company men will be at work.
Idaho Power estimates $4,000,000
in state and local taxes and
$0,000,000 in federal taxes annually
will result from the $133,00,000
The tax collectors' headache
stems from the fact that workmen
in the remote construction area
are being houses on both sides of
the river thus in two states. Oflen
they don't work in the same state
they live in.
The state line, bv law. is the
middle of the Snake River 7,000
feet down in the' gorge from the
rugged cliffs of Hells Canyon. But
Where's the middle oi toe river f
Cuban Note Baring Problems
Of U.S., Dominican Studied
WASHINGTON, Mar.' 3 (UP) -The
Interamerican Peace Commis Commission
sion Commission decided today to bring to the
attention of the Dominican Repub Republic
lic Republic Cuban note condemning dif difficulties
ficulties difficulties affecting the friendly re relations
lations relations between the two govern governments.
ments. governments. ,. ...
The commission discussed tne
Cuban note at a two-hour private
session today with only four of its
five members and their aides pre present.
sent. present. .",''';
The commission will meet a a-gairt
gairt a-gairt after it has heard from the
Dominican government's represen
At the conclusion of the meet meeting,
ing, meeting, the commission made the fol following
lowing following statement to the press:
"Ambassador John C. Preier,
chairman of the Interamerican
Peace Commission, convened the
commission this afternoon to con consider
sider consider a note dated February 27,
1956. which had been received
from the acting representative of
Cuba tQ the organization of Amer Amer-,'
,' Amer-,' lean states condemning certain dif dif-innitie
innitie dif-innitie affnrtme the friendly re-
latinns hetween Cuba and then
T"Th rhairmah made the text
eairi to consider the Cuban note
further in the light of the provi provisions
sions provisions of its statutes." ;
The commission met under the
chairmanship of Ambassador John
C. Dreier of the United States with
three other members also present.
They were Dr. Juan Maria Campos
Catelin, acting Argentine represen representative
tative representative to the Organization of Am American
erican American States (OAS); Ambassador
Luis Quintanilla of Mexico; and
Ambassador Fernando Lobo of Bra Bra-Cuba
Cuba Bra-Cuba also is a member of the
commission but did not attend the
meeting because it is an interest interested
ed interested party. ,
Only the commission members
met in secret session.
The flower expert said he thinks
gamma radiation causes the
gene, the key to the whole business
of mutationSj to lose its ability to
produce normal substances. .
Radiation, he added, also can re
verse a mutation. In this case,
the radiation apparently destroys
the affected cells and allows nor
mal cells underneath to produce a
Mehlquist said gamma radiation
probably will be effective on most
Derenniais sucn as roses ana
On the other nana, mutations
Wink of cartoons bv Morris
Brickman called "Do It Yourself
or MV Neignoor ,is, in .,tuuv,.
was arnonn the books piacea m
circulation this week by the ca canal
nal canal Zone Library. rv
With his sympathetic eye lor
STORRS, Conn. -(UPf- A Uni University
versity University of Connecticut scientist
says the day is approaching when
atomic energy will be used to pro produce
duce produce new flower varieties
Floriculturist Gustav A. L. Mehl Mehlquist
quist Mehlquist believes gamma radiation
will open new horizons to the flow flower
er flower inuustry.
Mehlquist hli been conducting
experiments with gamma radiation
on carnations in cooperation with
the Brookhaven National Labora
- 'me studies; he said, show that
gamma radiation can produce
changes or mutations in the color
and tther characteristics of flow
The use of gamma radiation by
florists will not be commercially
feasible until after 1958, Mehlquist
pointed out, but commercial enter- it T
prises are expected to start then llfilff film rAfi1A1C
own experimental work within a i w"'
Mehlquist picked carnations for
his experiments because they are
easier to work with, and the inlor-
mation gained can. be applied
readily to fruits and other woody
lhe source of the gamma radia radiation
tion radiation used in his tests was cobalt 60,
a radioactive form of the element
cobalt. The rays appear to cause
somatic or non-heredity mutations
in the tissue cells of carnations. :
Such cells, said Mehlquist, may
contain the flower pigment, which
is affected in color changes.
income taxes in Oregon. The same
goes for unemployment insurance
taxes. But how about work-
if ne's injured on his job in
Idaho, he has a right to assume
nes been covered.
'Idaho power officials explain
each man s time records wui oe
apportioned for tax purposes ac according
cording according to an estimate of how
much- he's worked in each state.
before it's all over, a few har harassed
assed harassed auditors may wish their
forefathers had drawn the state
line somewhere else.
Urge Buffalo Sal
will have to be -produced germ W control. The refuge now has 925
nallv in annuals such as snap
dragons, zenias, petunias, and
others to be practical since these
plants are produced by seeding, be
CACHE, Okla. -i (UP) Buffalo
from the Wichita Mountains wild-'
life refuge, found their way to 20
states and the District of Colum Columbia
bia Columbia as areult of the annual sale.
Ernest J. Greenwalt, manager
of the refuge in southwestern Ok Oklahoma,
lahoma, Oklahoma, said 227 animals were sold
in this season's sale, the largest
.The sales were initiated a few
vears aso to keep the herd, once
the lareest in the world, under
A.'..!, i ih momhorii man's frailt es. and his needling
ef the commission who decided injpen for jotting them down,
accordance with their statutes .to Brickman has produced a hila hila-bring
bring hila-bring it to the attention of therlous cartoon satire on the cur cur-Dominican
Dominican cur-Dominican .Republic. nt "do It yourself" craze..
me commission wm ,"Y"T..tlX.". "
ana uieir uuniuia jiiiiuuiiwu
the library this week follows:
Non-f ction Serial Publica
Mnns Oshnrn- The Tnfliience of
Forde In Foreign Relations, fu
nie&ton: Face of a Victim, Lernio-
llo; Junior High School Trends,
Koos; oinciai Nomenclature
List, American hidiscus society;
The Growine Family, Stewart;
Do It Yourself; or, My Neighbor
is an Idiot, Brickman; The Per
Take Active Role
In Civic Projecls
By PATRICIA RIEHL
DALLAS, Tex. (UP) Dallas
teen-agers, showing the civic pride
for which Texans are justly fa famous,,
mous,, famous,, are-active in-: everything
from Civil Defense training to the
poll-tax problem. . ;
Even the "hot-rod'nvfcrs have
channeled- themselves into a less
menacing position 1 through the
K.nth t Timine Association
which meets every other Sunday at
n abandoned airport for v' drag
races. Most' boys;, with enough
mechanical ability to build orre orre-...i,
...i, orre-...i, thair ntrn rars are members
Ai.th nri no longer can : be
classed $ the scourge of the. high-
, ... ts f-
Several Dallas hospitals now re re-'
' re-' quest food tray "favors'? and small
home-made gifts from the Junior
Of Husband's Dole
MEXICO CITY, March 3 (UP)
The widow of Leon Trotsky said
today she has asked the Russian
Communist Party to revlsi its his history
tory history in regard to the role played
by her husband in the Bolshevik
Natalia Sedova Trotsky said
ceptive Music Listener, Tlschlerrie: aslso askel the Communist
Arthritis Aided By
Hen 'Calming Drug'
CHICAGO (UP) Physicians
reported in a recent issue of the
Journal of the American Medical
a calming drug, to treat delirium
tremens and arthritis. ...
nn Milton Avol and Philip J.
Vogel of Los Angeles said that of
24 DT patients treaiea wnn rescr rescr-pine,
pine, rescr-pine, 21 were relieved of ther agi agitation
tation agitation and hallucinations within 24
hours or less, and the others with within
in within 48 hours. ; ,
Modern Baseball Strategy, Rich
ards; An American in India,
Redding; Doc Holliday, Myers;
Problems of Democracy In Latin
America, Plaza Lasso.
Added to the Vertical File
Your Income Tax, 1956 ed., Las-
ser..;'.;.-';-.,':..- w-.v'1 1. -"'-..'.' :
' Fiction -r Hickory Dick o r y
Death, Christie; Sound of White
Water,' Fosburgh;- The Step
mother,' Hutchinson; Tale for
Midnight; Prokosch; Murder In
Fiji, Vandercook; Big Woods,
Lumber Yards Make
Vinme-made Eiits rrom j I i i
ffc?o7s! Camp -Fire 'C-iris,,GirljCfr;nrmSrkp fKV
Scouts and Y-Tens, and find tneir v. ..w. .M VM
orders willingly and Wckly'fiUed i f .
..zss'jLSKrrsSiVork In Cleveland
Party for information concerning
the whereabouts of her son Leon
Her request, she said, was made
as a result of statements issued
in Moscow recently during the
20th Communist Party Congress
which, she said, had falsified the
history of the revolution. She ask asked
ed asked that the memory of her hus husband
band husband be rehabilitated before in
Her son, she said, had not been
heard from since he was reported
arrested in Moscow 20 years ago.
Leon Trotsky was assassinated
uere in 1940 by i man who bash bashed
ed bashed in his skull with an alpensock.
The assassin is. serving a prison
sentence here and was denied pa
role recer.tly. It is believed gener
a v that the assassination was or
dered by Stalin because of Trot
sky dissent with the r.u it n g
Paraldehyde, another tranquiliz tranquiliz-ing
ing tranquiliz-ing drug, takes much longer to
react, it was saiJ. Also, chronic
alcoholics quickly develop a toler tolerance
ance tolerance to paraldehyde, the report
said, despite its odor, distressing
to both patients and their attend-
Dr. Harry Bartfeld of New York
said reserpine was tried on 30
arthritic patients and almost half
of them showed some improve
ment. It was of most help in pa-The natin's
tients suffering from psyenogenic
rheumatism, a form of arthritis
of emotional or phy etiological on-
gin, he said i ...
This year's sale brought in $29, $29,-50
50 $29,-50 from purchasers who took the
animals both oa the hoof and butchered..-
Buffalo meat was shipped by dry
ice as far as Martin City,. Mont.,
Atlanta, Ga., and San Dieg6, Calif.
The most distant customer was
Deane C. Davis. Barre, Vt.
lit choosing the animals for dis-
Greenwalt said, generally
those two years old or older were
selected for butchering, and ani animals
mals animals under two years weresold
"Since the Wichita buffalo herd
is being managed so as lo have a
cross-section of an early day herd,
ranging from the young of the
season to old patriarch bulls, se selections
lections selections for sale were, made from
various age classifications," he
' Now Greenwalt's prpblem is to
get rid of a. vat full of buffalo
hides. He said nobody wants them
nowadays because of the high cost
of tanning and the impracticality
of splitting them.;
Newly Formed Group
Knowledge Of Asia
' PHILADELPHIA (T'Pl Th
Naiional Council on Asian Affairs
naj Deen organized here to stimu stimulate
late stimulate a better knowledge of Asia
and to make available more graph graphic
ic graphic material for schools and pro promote
mote promote and East-west exenanc; (Jl (Jl-teachers.
teachers. (Jl-teachers. n i. .
iiic new v lormen enunri le
headed by Dr. Norman D. Palmer, I
professor of political science at the1
University of Pensyivania, dS
president. John F. Melby, an au-i
inoniy on me ar cist, is
eecutive vice president.
The council will be non-partisan
and non-political, said Dri Palmer.
"It's purpose will be tu acquaint
Americans, from school age on on-vard,
vard, on-vard, wlih the facts about Asia
and Asians," he explained.
"We are astounded at how little
the schools have been able to do
to educate on Asia. It is not the
fault of the schools. Material in
teachable form is not available at
the secondary school level, nor
arc teachers adequately prepared
to use the meager material avail available
The founding board of directors
includes Clarence K. Pckclt, hec-
retary emeritus of the American
Friends Service Committee: Mor
ris Wolf former general counsel of
the Foreign Operations Administra
tion; Leon J. Obermayer, vice
president of the Board of Public
Education; Dr, Esther Katz Rosen
psychologist, 'and Elinor K.. Wolf,
who has a varied background in
Far East culture,
Dr Palmer also Is closely in involved
volved involved as co-ordinator of a joint
project of the University of Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania and the University of
Karachi under FOA auspices.
DOUBLE SERVICE Keepingvtrack of your waiter can be I bit
confusing it Ohio University's faculty dining room in Athens.
Waiters there are Chuck and Jim Waltz, twins from Massillon,
Ohio. Th two nremedical students we think that's Chuck on
the left cause even more confusion when they argue on the j
varsity debating team.
" MMn hifeinesY for' the Vet
erans' Hospital, with a bona, fide
outline ef the state of, Texas em embossed
bossed embossed oa each ash tray. Through
the Junior Red- Cross, high school
m,iii.ai jinri- dramatic groups
entertain at the Veterans Hospita
twice a month. The girls add
' home-made r cookies to go 1 ilong
with the entertainment. ; i
Some 45 Senior Girl Scouts com
pleted the whole course of Civil
Defense training; including the
regular. 20-hour course, r and addi additional
tional additional specialized training in mass
feeding, child care, and restitution.
Another of the Girl Scout proj projects
ects projects is a drive to get voters to pay
their poll-taxes by deadline. They
also prepare maps of polling places
for, different precincts and set up
nurseries to take care of children
riiii-inc hie elections,
The Y-Teens go in for colorful
names for their service projects.
The "Bod-Hod." a dance .in the
school building, required a can of
food, a toy, or discarded clothes
for admission, and resulted in a
large accumulation of useful arti articles,
cles, articles, later distributed to needy
Miss Ray Faulkner, teen age
program director for the YWCA,
said "Hobo Day" is on of the
city's most successful fund-raising
projects. The teeners hire out for
odd-jobs and use the money for
I the national World-Fellowship proj proj-.
. proj-. ect which subsidizes YWCA's in
Re-Joined For Meal
NEW YORK, March 3 (UP)
biggest family latt
er, mother and 20 children naa
breakfast together today for the
New Orleans Takes
CHICAGO (UP) -'The Mu Municipal
nicipal Municipal Finance Officers Associa Association
tion Association says New Orleans, La.;, has
adopted a system that minimizes
the chance of payroll fraud.
The city has new two-part
form which an employe fills out
his first day-on the job, He signs
both parts. One section the em employe
ploye employe ke?ps as an identification
card. 'The other gets to the pay payroll
roll payroll department for signature
record. ; "' I
The bayroll department period!
cally matches signatures on can cancelled
celled cancelled pay checks with the signa signatures
tures signatures on the cards to make aulre
that the two are. alike.
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Price, in U.S.A. 79.50
YOU SAVE .60 or 30.00
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Price in U.S.A.
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Lots of Parking Space in Front of Our Store
Mrs. Winona Degolier, 48, her
husband Elmer, 55, and the chil children,
dren, children, renting in age from 3 to
27, arrived last night from Broc-
ton, N.Y., and other points tor a
family party. They are guests of
the toy manufacturers of the U.
S.A., who discovered the Dego Dego-liers
liers Dego-liers in a nationwide search for
the largest family.
All, but one of the children were
home for Christmas last year, the
Degoliers said, but this was the
first time since the birth of the
youngest child that the entire
family has been together.
Degolier farms 30 acres, grow growing
ing growing fruits and vegetables chiefly.
He figures his spendable annual
income at no more than $2,500.
Degolier said it "just happened"
that the family grew to its pres present
ent present size.
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THUS CONFIRM ONCE AGAIN OMEGA LEADERSHIP IN PRECISION
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CASA FASTLICH, S. A.,
OFICIAL AGENT PANAMA CITY
DUTY FREE STORES
y CLEVELAND, O. (UP) The
supermarket trend is catching on
in ; the lumber business.
V At a meeting of the National Re Retail
tail Retail Lumber Dealers Association
in Cleveland, exposition director
Martin C. Dwyer said the success-
f u 1 -merchandising -method' of
snrawling aisles of self-service
Shelves already has been adopted!
by some dealers. i
In a lumber supermarket, a shop shopper
per shopper takes his cart vpast pre-cut
pieces of merchandise, ready for
the taking. Each 2-by-4 of a differ different
ent different length, for example, is'stamped
with a price. Loose ends of lum lumber
ber lumber that normally would be thrown
away are put in a bargain box
where customers needing an odd
piece of wood can take their pick.
Lady Wild Turkeys
Used To Leap Year
CHARLESTON, W. Va. (UP)
Every year is leap year for wild
West Virginia Conservation Com Commission
mission Commission technicians say the female
wild turkey in quest of a mate is
relentless. She nob only pursues
the male, but Will fight six or
eight other hens to keep a torn.
The torn merely lets the hens
know he is available. They have to
scratch for their own food and
raise their own chicks.
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olid aiivtr oatrernt
timeless beauty. Left to riftht:
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Florentine Lace, Ceorian Ro, Francis I,
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i LEGAL NOTICE
j UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
I Canal Zone
United States DUtrlct Court For The
I District of The Canal Zone
j 1 Crist6bal Division
:" Boko M. Kohn, Master. John (Joan
Paoadoooulos, Chief Engineer. George
Kokotas, First Assistant Engineer. Luis
Gordon, Second Assistant Engineer, Lib
elants vs. bs. Josephine Lanasa, etc,
iCeorge Dennis, H. W. Findley, West In
dies Importing; Company andor West
Indies Importing Corporation, S.A., her
Civil No. 2034. In Admiralty t e g a 1
Whereas, on the 28th day of February,
1956, Roko M. Kohn, Master, John' (Joan)
Pnpadopoulos, Chief Engineer. George
Kokotas, First Assistant Engineer, and
Luis Gordon, Second Assistant Engineer,
filed a libel In rem and In cersonnm In
the District Court of the United States
for the Cristobal Division, aeatnst the
.SS. Josephine Lanasa, ete. Goorce Den
nis. H. w. rindley. West Tndies Im
porting Company andor West 1 Indies
Importing Corporation. S.A.. her own.
era. tn cause civil and maritime:
And Whereas, by virtue of mocesg In
nue i mm ox law to me directed, re.
turnable on-the 20th day of March, 19S6,
i nave sewa .una la Ken the said SS. Jo.
isenhlne Lanasa. her eneines, boilers,
iarKie, ew, ana nave her In my cus.
t s Notice Is hereby given that a session
lot the District Court will be held In
tine united Ktntes District Court Rnnm
'in Cristobal. Can.il Zone, on the 20th
!lny of March. I9.r,6. at 9:00 o'clock In
,tne forenoon thereof, or as soon there there-iBer
iBer there-iBer as Court may be In ses.lon, for
the trial of said nremises. nnrt th
,ers, and all persons who may have or
cmim any interest therein, are herebv
cited to be and snpear at the time and
place aforesaid; to show cause, if nnv
ithey have, why a final decree should
I'm. uv eii'-rcn as prnveo.
! Jnsenh I. KinmM:
J ?l".(,1S,;,, Mrshal for the
ri,..iM "l V t;an'" Zone,
rnarles r.. Ramirez, of
Van Slclen. Rnmlrex li De Castro
Proctors for Libelants.
Super 8S Oldsmoblle 4 Door
Sedan ll'ily paid Power
HrnkPS Shaded Glass' Radio
WSW Tires Automatic Trans Transmission
mission Transmission t.uarnivteed Can be
financed Call Fannma 3-4876.
FOR SALE:-- Westinghouse re refrigerator
frigerator refrigerator 25 cycle, medium
sixe, excellent condition. Bar Bargain.
gain. Bargain. 85 Via Belisario Porras,
FOR SALE; G I. table radio and
extra large Suitcase. Call 3284
FOR SALE: Mahogany china
closet $35, sewing machine $50.
Call after six, Balboa 2649.
FOR SALE : Going away, 3 bed bedroom
room bedroom sets, I dining room set, I
living room let, 2 bamboo sets.
2 Chinese rugs and other furni furniture.
ture. furniture. Phone' 41. Colon from 9
a.m. to 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: Old Westinghouse
refrigerator, needi repair your
price, alto two cages for ship shipping
ping shipping pets. 251 5-C Sago, Cocoli.
FOR SALE: Beautiful Kemble
English piano, good tone, prac practically
tically practically new. Upholstered living
room set: 3 chairs, one sofa,
center table and 2 end tables.
9"xl2 rug. Dining room set: 4 A
chairs, tahl. linuav ratiina mmA
sideboard Modern bedroom set:
double bed, 2 night tables at at-'
' at-' fached, vanity with large mirror,
ehiffonaire, chair. Good price.
Phone 3-0505 Panama.
Co-eds Want Rolling Pin
Handy. For Kitchen Only
CINCINNATI, Ohio (UP) some are married; others are plan
Knit .. n.t" r
luuuiK phi is one oi uie.nme SDrine wedrtinps
iictcsjrary jiems ior a young cou
pie just setting up housekeeping,
a group of co-eds at the University
of Cincinnati has, decided.
The co-eds. students at the Col
lege of Home Economics, have fin finished
ished finished a classroom project, in which
they whittled household equipment
to what they considered the newly newly-weds'
weds' newly-weds' absolute minimum.
The rolling pin rated s a
"musffor kitchen use only, of
course. But teapots and television
sets wpre put, on the non-essential
side of the ledger.
Every room and need for a cou
pie starting on a modest income
was covered. Just to keep every
body thappy, the students add that
their lists represent what they
consider vital item!, for starting
housekeeping modestly. Others
would be added later as money
and space permitted.
The lists stem from a study
made in a home management
course taught by Mrs. Margaret
Jane Suydam, ; management spe specialist
cialist specialist with the Family Service of
Most of the f-o-eds had their own
home and husbant1 in mind. Three Three-fourths
fourths Three-fourths are "pinned" or engaged;
Kits For Emergency
WiCTTTNTnTON rTTP The
Federal Civil Defense Administra-I
4 i r iiwitna nil Amarifiono tn hfjVAl
null Ul3 au niMv-in.wnu iv
on hand a seven-day emergency
home food supply and a three-day
personal evacuation-survival kit.
The seven-day home food supply
was urged "because attack may
cut off regular sources ot food.
Persons who coufd not be evacuat evacuated
ed evacuated immediately might have to de
pend on home resources."
This supply, tne h;ua sug
gested, should include water,
canned and dehydrated foods, 'su 'sugar,
gar, 'sugar, salt, seasonings, hard candy
and chewing gum all -in seaiea
oackaees. jars or cans.
The personal evacuation survival
kit light of weight and snvau-
should contain food, water, nrst
aid items, and any special medi-j
cines needed by chronically ill
persons. The FCDA also listed a
jack knife, flashlight, matches, dis-:
posable eating utensils, cooking
utensils and a small, non-electric
stove as priority items for the
survival kit. ..
The civil defense orEanization
recommended that a shovel, crow
oar and portable, battery-operated
radio with extra baUeriest the last
a "must" for proper survival pre preparedness,
paredness, preparedness, be kept handy whether
evacuation is undertaken or not.
Queen Is Lander
FRANKFORT, Mich. (UP) -Mrs.
Bertha Pcth, 82, who has
spent most of her life on a small
island in Lake Michigan, is living
on the mainland now. I
Mrs. Feth,- who is known as
"Queen of South Manitou Island,"
once was on 'the island for a 22 22-year
year 22-year stretch without once coming
to the mainland. South Manitou is
about 20 miles from the nearest
mainlancT port. It has only a hand handful
ful handful of residents and a Coast Guard
station. ".- -:'
The Coast Guard brought Mrs.
Peth to Paul Oliver Hospital here
when she hurt her eye in an
accident. She is now living in a
eowaleseent honi"ap hertv4
FOR SALE: 1951 Oldsmobila
Super 88 four-door, hydramatic,
radio, heater, $700. Call Balboa
FOR SALE: Beautiful red clas classic
sic classic Lincoln Continental valued
Stateside at $2500. Will trade
for late model car or $1500
cash. Phone Albrook 6223. See
at quarters 53-B.
FOR SALE: 1947 Willys Jeep.
Good condition. Phone 3-3282
FOR SALE: 1947 Studebaker.
OD&R, safety inspected. Priced
to sell. Ancon 2-4367.
FOR SALE: 1951 Dodge four four-door,
door, four-door, excellent condition, $650.
FOR SALE: $550, 1947 Fargo
'J -ton pick-up truck, good con condition,
dition, condition, original owner. 'Zone in inspected.
spected. inspected. 2253-A Cam St., Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. FOR SALE: 1954 Taunus Ford
with radio, wsw tires. Attract Attractive
ive Attractive price. Phone 2-2298, 3 3-1024.
FOR SALE: Nash sedan $200.
Call Balboa 2-1827,
ine girls felt they could get
along at first with teabpgs instead
of teapot and were sure their
double role as career women and
homemaker would leave them little
time to look at television.
Here are the essentials the co-
eds listed for a living room two
easy chairs or one easy chair and
sofa, small table and lamp, large
rus or scauer rugs, bookcase or
sneives, two ash trays, waste waste-basket,
basket, waste-basket, draperies or curtains, floor
lamp and wall decorations.
And for the kitchen, (assuming
range and refrigerator are fur-
nisneu) coffee-maker, double boil boil-er,
er, boil-er, large and small frying pans,
one-quart and four-quart sauce saucepans,
pans, saucepans, mixing bowls, measuring
cups, baking sheet, two-quart cas casserole
serole casserole cooling rack, six custard
cups, 9x9x2-inch pan, two pie pans,
two layer pans.
Open roasting pan, wastebasket,
garbage pail, dish drainer vege vegetable
table vegetable brushpancake turner, can
opener, sifter. ees-beater.. inn
handled fork.three knives, veee-
rah a nnnln. I.-:!1- i T
v.v pccjci, mine snarpener,
metal kitchen spoon, wooden mix-
6 oyuuus,. penoraica spoon,
grater, potato or food masher'
spatula, strainers, measuring
spoons and rolling pin.
Old Balhroom Scale
Gives Way To Hew
Measurement Of Fat
X-RAY USED IN STUDY OF
.i YELLOW SPRINGS, Ohio (UP)
This may be disappointing to
some folks but a researcher here
Claims the old bathrnnm cala
doesn't accurately measure the fat
we carry arouna on our bodies.
Dr. Stanley M. Gam. rha
of the physical growth department-
ai me r eis itesearcn nst tnt caM
the important thing,ii8 how much
weight you carry around, and how
much of that weight is fat.
Dr. Gam measures human fat by
using an X-ray method. --
The researcher takes an X-ray
of six sections of the body and
then, using 10 measurements, he
can tell both total weight and the
location of the fatty tissue. :
His current study will be done
under a $4,345 grant from the U.S.
ait rorce. some 100 males at
Antioch Colle.ee here will take part
in the research. .
, The amount of fat in a person's
body is tremendously important in
many situations Dr. Gam said
For example, take the deep sea
aiver. tr. liarn said the "bends'
wnicn Givers ouen suiter is in
large part caused by nitrogen in
the divers fatty tissue.
Nitrogen is soluble in fat. he
said, and thus the best divers are
those who have lean bodies with!
comparatively little fat. t, ;
Dr. Gai-n said even a football' A survey by the South Dakota
coach might be interested in his department of public instruction
method of measuring fat when two revealed that school children would
backs of equal weight present
Surprisingly, he said, some pro professional
fessional professional football players were re rejected
jected rejected for military service in World
War II because, they wen "over "overweight"
weight" "overweight" when it really was lean
and not fatty tissues that added
BOX 2031, ANCON, C.Z.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
FOR SALE: Mais Pekinese dogs.
11th Street and Second Avenue
No. 108, San' Francisco. ;
ORCHID COLLECTION (native
plants) and working equipment.
Fifty' dollars. Leaving Isthmus.
Phone 2-6384, call after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: National HRO-50T
receiver with speaker, 25 or 60 60-cycle,
cycle, 60-cycle, $200; Collins 310-C-l
VFO, $25; Hunter "Band-It
20B" exciter (never used) $15;
National "Select-a-Ject" $8;
National MB40SL (never used
$9; golf clubs, 3 woods, I irons,
$18; tennis racket $10; Rem Remington
ington Remington Rand portable typewriter
$25; Speed Graphic camera,
Press type 2'4x3'i, flash gun
and accessories $100; miscella miscellaneous
neous miscellaneous other amateur radio hems,
etc. Phone Balboa 2-3132.
CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC, Dr.
Leon C. Brathwaite. Office 2nd
St. Amador Guerrero 2006. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 312-A, Colon.
FOR SALE: Mahogany bar with
china closet, upholstered chairs,
etc. Easy payments. Phone 2 2-2298,
2298, 2-2298, 3-1024.
FOR SALE: Headstones In Car Carrara
rara Carrara marble or Georgia granite.
Consult Casimire Moreno, Mar Mar-moleria
moleria Mar-moleria "B" Street No, 12-42,
Panamas call telephone 2-2656.
In Coroxal end Mount Hope they
accept 30" in height for head headstones,
stones, headstones, plus 6" for base. Total
36" in, height above the earth.
FOR SALE: Guadalupe section,
Boqueie. 2-bedroom house, 600
square meter patio, beautiful
mountain view. Owner leaving
for States, must sell. Any reas reasonable
onable reasonable cash e f f a r accepted.
Write Margaret Conlin, Boquete.
FOR SALE OR RENT. On ac account
count account of not being able to attend
it: a 5-hectaret farm, beautiful
country home, water, fruit trees.
15 minutes from city on Trans Trans-Isthmian
Isthmian Trans-Isthmian Highway. Telephone 3 3-2756.
2756. 3-2756. WELL BUILT retirement homes
in the Sunshine City of Florida,
St. Petersburg, from $7,500. Al Also
so Also reasonable rentals. Contact
TROY HAYES ee A. F. WHITE,
Realtor, 195 9th St. North St.
float & Motors
FOR SALE: Cabin boat Com Complete
plete Complete with accessories, 1 6-ft. by
6.6-ft. wide. Gatun 5-415.
Starts Bulb Rush
CLEVELAND, Ohio (UP) -The
General Electric Company an announced
nounced announced that approximately
41,750,000,000 electric lamps have
been produced in the United States
since Thomas Edison invented the
bulb 76 years ago.
The firm predicted that the
same number of light bulbs will be
produced in the next 15 years. It
said the electric lamp touches the
lives of more people more often
and in more different ways than
any other manufactured product.
Rare Bible Given
To Oklahoma's U.
NORMAN. Okla. (UP)'- The
University- of Oklahoma library
has acquired one of 75 surviving
copies of the "Bible of the Revolu Revolution,"
tion," Revolution," produced by a Philadelphia
printer in 1781 and 1782 when the
Revolutionary War cut off the
supply of Bibles from Britain.
The copy, valued at more than
$1,000, was an anonymous gift of
an OU graduate. Text of the Bible
is based partly on the King James
version of 1611 and partly on the
Puritan Bible of 1650.
Kids Milk Breaks
Are Coming Thing
PIERRE. S.D -(UP.) School
children would like the equivalent
of their elders' coffee break.
like both mid-morning and mid-
afternoon "milk breaks." The sur
vey was made in connection with
the school lunch program.
The survey also showed that
bare majority of children prefer
to drink milk through straws, and
that four out of every five children
ATTENTION 6. U Just built
snedere furnished ape rt meats, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold watea,
Phone Penanso 3-4941.
FOR RENT.- Furnished apart
tent including refrigerator, til tiled,
ed, tiled, all screened, good surround surroundings.
ings. surroundings. Situated 112 Vie Belisario
Porras near Roosevelt Theater.
FOR RENT: Newly Furnished
end unfurnished apartments. Al Al-hambra
hambra Al-hambra Apartments, 10th Street
Ne. J061. Phone 1316. Celon.
FOR RENT Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment en Vi Porras No. 120,
beside Roosevelt Theater. Phone
FOR RENT: Spacious two-bed-room,
two-bath, screened apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Living doom, dining room,
garage and maid's quarters. Pri Private
vate Private entrance. Campo Aletre.
Phone Panama 3-0173.
FOR RENT: Furnished or un un-.
. un-. furnished one-bedroom mederit
apartment, garage. 163 Vie Be
f OR RENT: Modern apartment
with two bedrooms. 16th Street
No. 6, near Roosevelt Theater,
FOR RENT 2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dining room, screen screened
ed screened $60. Belisario Porras No. 56.
Kepst Apt, 8. Phone 2-2316, 3 3-0234.
New ballroom dance classes are
now forming for Pre-teens, teen teenagers
agers teenagers and couples. Private let let-sons
sons let-sons by appointment only. Call
Balboa 2-4239 or Panama1 3 3-1660.
1660. 3-1660. HARNETT b DUNN.
ATTENTION WEST BANK!
Ball dancing classes are avail avail-abye
abye avail-abye to yeu now. Ann Lartin's
School of Dance, Cecoli Club Clubhouse
house Clubhouse Studio (upstairs), Monday
evenings 7:30 or phone Balboa
WANTED: 3 bilingual compe competent
tent competent secretaries; starting aalary
from $75 to $175 per month,
Apply Colocaciones y Secrstiria Secrstiria-do,
do, Secrstiria-do, S.A.. Mexico Ave. East 25th
Street, next to Escoffery Agen Agencies,
5f ill Being Sought
FORT DIX. N. J. fUPT A
team of soldier and civilian medi
cal experts is quietly but busily
waging war nere against umver
sally dreaded influenza.
The commission is jointly super
vised by or. Harry Rose virus
expert of Columbia University, and
Lt. Col. Joseph W. Cooch, chief
of the FortDix medical center,
The group, now in iL fifth year
of a quest for an effective "flu"
vaccine, once was headed by Dr.
Jonas Salk, who turned the task
over to Dr. Rose in 1954 to con
centrate on polio vaccine.
Trials with the vaccine utilize
recruits of the 69th Infantry Divi
sion, since the soldiers can be con
n-ouea stncuy and observed as a
group during their eight-week bas
ic training period.
The trials lead off with a series
of serology tests on more than 600
recruits. After the blood samples
aer checked to determine each
soldier's degree of immunity, each
trainee is inoculated with one of
three solutions a short or long.
acting vaccine, or an ineffective
"dummy" shot of saline, solution.
Blood samples then are taken
again and sent to Columbia Uni University
versity University laboratories for compari comparison
son comparison with the first samples to meas
ure effectiveness and potency of
the different vaccines
" Colonel Cooch' said" this method
was repeated two or more times
during the tramee's eight-.week
Dasic period "to get as complete
a picture as possible of the long
and snort-acting vaccines."
He added, however, that the
"only actual method of testing the
vaccines will be when cases of
influenza appear among Dix train trainees,"
ees," trainees," ,.
He attributed a low Incidence
rate of influenza at the post in
recent years to a low incidence in
the civilian population, j
Got Any Beetles?
Here's A Market
SALEM, Ore. (UP) The
Oregon state forestry department,
which has been trying to get rid
of ruinous Douglas fir bark beetles,
now is trying to get some good
healthy specimens of the same.
It seems that the beetles, which
killed more than 10 billion board
feet of Oregon timber between
1951 and 1953, now are so scarce
that the department has to grow
a special crop of beetles for ex
perimental uses. Abnormal cold
and dampness the Bast two vears
FOR RENT Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished 2-story house, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living room, dining room,
kitchen, bathroom. Downstairs
has tile floors, bathrooms, f es
442 Ancon. C.Z.
WANTED. Cook, experienced.
Small family. Recommendation
and health card necessary. Apply
Ne. 12, Sonny Bey, Via Espana.
LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER wanted.
May take to U.S. later. Laun Laundry,
dry, Laundry, cooking, cleaning, child child-care.
care. child-care. Kocnig, 3-1679, II11-B,
DEPARTMENT OF ARMY Incentive Awards
awarded two employes of the U.S. Army Carlb
by Lt. Col. Richard J. Rastetter. actins Ordna
Instrument repairer for the Armament Branch,
the Storage Branch, both were honored for su
nere. woKing 0n at the presentation are MaJ
Maj.-Koperr- we, cnier nscal and manage
Price Not Major
MADISON, Wis. -(UP) Fash-
ion snouid De the last consider consideration
ation consideration when buying new furniture.
says Gertrude Hoffman, home fur
nishings specialist at the Univer University
sity University of Wisconsin.
Decide what will fit in with fam
ily activities, then make, the se selection
lection selection she said.
The cost is not a sufficient guide.
she said. .Textures of fabrics, color
of wood, and the design are better
clues to good choices. Harmony be
tween adjoining rooms as well as
within each room also should be
"But don't forget your budget,"
she said. "The most expensive
items should be those which are
used most often beds, davenports,
chests, dining table and comfort
Visit To Hospital
Keeps Record Good
pnwrpvirRTTr: wve' ttp.
The perfect attendance, record of
the Rntarv Club here was endan
gered when tha Rev. Dave Harp
er," who edits tne ciud Duiieun was
a nntipnfc in local hnsDital.
suggestion of one of their number
Rut nfhoe memhprs fnllowprl a
that thav arlinnrn tn Harrier's hos
pital room for their weekly pro program
gram program after their regular luncheon.
In this way they kept their 100
per cent attendance record ior we
40th consecutive week..
In Quelling Fires
mTJf PTTPV Van TTP
A unique and efficient method of
"whipping" a grass lire was in
ventiwl whpn a hplirnntpr of the
1st Infantry Division's Air section
was sent aloft to survey a danger
About 100 troops of the zetn in.
fantrv Pasi'mant worn fiphtin? a
j .fe......- - --o I
KIqia -ti-AtHin.t far tiearlv mile 1
wnen the wind-swepi names ra
dangered new cantonment build
ings under construction. m
1,1 II Alfrer B Smith. WaCO.
Tex., took off in the helicopter to
check the situation, ne aesceuueu
tn -Kntt ttirs- .pt shnve the fire
Una tn1 roi,orcoH Ua lpnrtn. Tne
helicopter's blades neutralized the
action of tne wind ana enamcu mc
"troops" to extinguish the blaze.
PHILLIPS Oceeneide Cettegea.
Sent. CUra. Bex 435, Balboa.
J1?". Criete Criete-bol
bol Criete-bol 3-1673.
Shrapnel's fumlsfced heusee oa
beech t Santa Clore. Tslephaoo
Thompson Balboa 1772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. One mil.
past Casino. Lew rotes. Pheno
FOR RENT: Big and cool fur furbished
bished furbished room, across Ancen Pest
Office. Gentleman only. Phone
WASHINGTON YTTP Hauo
you heard of the "perhapsatron"
that is playing a role in the atomic
enerUV POmmisinn' nrniopt tn
harness the H-bomb? :
The Attn av it in nrpttw nro
that fusion, the nuclear' reaction
that makes the H-bomb so violent,
can be tamed some day.
But fusion researchers at the
AECs Los Alamos (N. M.) scien scientific
tific scientific lahnratnrv am' Irepnino' their
fingers crossed. They named" one
oi ineir eany experimental ma machines
chines machines the "perhapsatron." V
Tt ie in affppt m Aevinm for
studying means of containing hot
nyorogen witnout using a contain
This Is a useful line of research
because energy-releasing fusion of
nyurogen or other lightweight nu nuclei
clei nuclei involves temperatures so high
perhaps several hundred million
Fitc Ci!;:$ Giro:
CHICAGO (UP) The In International
ternational International Titv Manarers' Asso
ciation reports that five cities have
voted tor "substantial annexa annexations
tions annexations of territory. They are Plant
uity. t la., Monterey Fan, cam.,
Des Moines, Iowa; Kalamazoo,
Mich., and Kingspoit, Tenn.
Plant City doubled its land size.
It annexed three and one-half
square miles, an area that com
pletely surrounded the old city.
Monterey Park took in 461 acres,
and the city agreed with subdivid subdivides
es subdivides to share the cost of supplying
water service to new residents.
Des Moines voters approved an
nexation of about seven square
miles with about 15.000 population.
The city is surveying street light lighting,
ing, lighting, refuse collection and other
service needs preparatory to tak
ing over the area Jan. 1, 1957
Kingsport annexed 343 aeres with
about 2,000 residents, and Kalama Kalamazoo
zoo Kalamazoo increaset its size five and a
half square miles and its popula
ticTj by 12,000 Inhabitants:
-noutiacu- .-.nelson, supervisory clerk of
ggestions which were adopted by the Army
Edgar L. Robinson, chief supply division, and
ment Office. (U.S. Army nhntAi
FOR RENT: MODERN locale,
suitable for offices, warehouses, I.
facing Stadium. Phono 3-6161. I
Alcides Garcia Correa.
FOR RENT: Space appropriate ;
for office, beauty parlor, com-
mercial business, etc., in new j
concrete building named ''Mon- ;
terrey" on Ave. Argentina, "El
Cengrcjo" district. David f. do
Castro, Ave. "B" No. 24. Phono
LOST b FOUND
FOUND: Dog, chocolate color,
clipped oars. Phone 6164 Cu-
rundu tomorrow after 9 p.m.
ill I" -:
nnrt pogVi ni170a em i.
Section In a brief ceremony
. e jr--
In H-Bomb Race
degrees that ho' material con container
tainer container can resist them.
r" u vmiiauy.iaac,.
m wlc easeoua met of
fusion together by means of mag-
I -v.v.. t luos Aiamos and
I tour other laboratories are expert expert-men
men expert-men tin 2 with thi n,.iJ...
ine thpfirv inn,!... u.' .l-l
w ue mat
While vmi itoor,
together magneUcaUy,. you heat
tnem up with cccessive surges of
eleCtripat Anavnu- ...111 A...:
starts. 6', IU5l0I,
.Will It wnrlr9 t V...
haps not. The Los Alamos "per "per-hapsatron"
hapsatron" "per-hapsatron" may supply at least a
People Intrieued with th vnrft
coinage system employed to de-
iyc pernapsairon nave come up
with some other suggestions:
. If this machine fflil it inicrhf-
be rechristened the "nosoapatron"
The- next experimental device
could be called the "tryagaina "tryagaina-tron."
tron." "tryagaina-tron." Or, if it looks real good,
What if it turns nut tn r,o TAri
violent? CaU it "smashatron." If
merely too ebullient, "whoopsa "whoopsa-tron."
tron." "whoopsa-tron." r
Undoubtedly the AEt! will
across ideas now unsuspected for
macmnes yet unKnown.
Ihese gadgets of the future may
as wll be named now the "ushn.
knowsatron" or, more briefly, the
Army Tests Alaska
FAIRBANKS. Alaska firP
The Army tested its ability to sun.
ply troops via over-the-snow ve vehicles
hicles vehicles and by air drops in frigid
Alaska in "Operation Moose Horn"
which involved 10,000 troops early
this year.- .r.1-; -:
Participating were 4,000 soldierg
from Fort Richardson, 3,500 from
Ladd and tueisen Air force Base,
ana i,bw irom ri. t,ewis, wasn.,
who make the trek to Alaska up
the Alaska-Canadian highway. Gen.
James F. Collings, commander of
troops in Alaska, was chief of the
C At I J OLI O
T t V O L I
Week end release in Cinemascope
Alan Ladd June Allyson In:
THE McCONN ELL STORY
with Joanne Matz
1:05 3:32 1:56
80c. : 30c.
Rory CALHOUN Piper LAURIE
Jack CARSON Mamie VAN DOREN
in ,. S
. AIN'T MISBEHAVIN'
MASTERSON OF KANSAS
60c, i 30c.
ROBERT MITCH I'M, ir
MAN WITH A GUN
Plus: JACK PALAXCE and
IDA LUPINO, in
THE BIG KNIFE
Earfcara Stanwyck, in
ESCAFE TO F.IRMA
la Technicolor and
Grace Kelly and ;
Carv Grant, in
TO CATCH A THIEF
In Cinemascope and
. Kirk Douclas. in
UNDER THE SEAS
Tin Tan -and Ana
Bprta Lepe, in
LO QUE LE PASO
- AIsq: -LA
VI DA TIENE
Serious Marilyn Just Wants
To Widen Range-And Wiggle?
'I Just Walk Like Any body Else
m w mm rsT f iN
l by Erskint Johnson
mim,:i t : fc. ,-m iiirii.1
NEW YORK (UP) White
horses can be taken as symbols
of the ever-increasing emphasis
on "good theatre" at the Metro
politan Opera. The white horses
were usca in a new production oi
' But they were used quite inci incidentally.
dentally. incidentally. The audience glimpsed
ttiAm tV,initnh ill a mnat uindmV nf
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) On- version of the Edna Ferber novel.!. naW. Hrau-ino Hip rarriaire in
stage, Offstage and Upstage: .Chill plays a Texas millionaire in! which ni-iavian was arrivine for
1 ; Herewith find solution to Sunday Crossword Puz Puzzle
zle Puzzle No. 626, published today.
Answer for Sunday. Jan. 22, Cryptoqulps: -TELEVISION
SOAP OPERAS ARE VERY RARELY OP-
By DICK KLEINER
.NEW, YORK,' ,;(NEA) Relax, men. Marilyn Monroe
tniuuMieo sympnony -is an
appropriately ironic title for lady
killer Rossano Brazri's first Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood movie since he clicked with
U.S. moviegoers in the. Italian Italian-made
made Italian-made "Summertime" with Katha
rine Hepburn. He left an unfinished
career in Hollywood 'way back in
1919 after playing Professor Behr
in Little women
Somtbody in Hollywood Itbtltd
hit personality dud and ho ro
turntd to Italy.
the movie . It's 25 years of the Dresentation of the silver rose
marriage for Charles (My Littlej This is not the place to describe
Margie) Farretl and Virginia Vallis Baron Ochs' lecherous gestures to to-of
of to-of the Palm Springs Racquet Clubi war Ocatvian while the latter was
vince Barnett, actor and in the euise of a flirtatious lady s
professional nbber, is behind the! maid. But, lik the horses, they
Jack P nance is dismissing those
If : .:. ..... Y i.u .,u '(. nn nH aomesuc aiscoru notes witn we've
J Will still D6 ner oia sweei, sen wt been reading and laughing about
changed into a serious actress.
! them for five years." Jack and his
. i l i . ,j,n u.P rantra a f wuf, Virginia caKcr. nave a Drooa
'Just because a girl wants to, -widen her range, sam . thr 'inp,1Iflin ciY..PPt,.(llf,
Marilyn, 'doesn't mean she's going to grow Diac nair na ;SOn,
Cha, Cha, Cha or Ha. Ha. Ha?
- -iir ... .n.oi.1 uflv anH Tv D" Dur!ca say the next, dance
i i wear a Mother Hubbard.'
i Marilyn was wearing her old
p! blonde, balr and g tight, low-cut
black dress wnicn iookcq it u
might please Mr. Hubbard. She
curled up on the sofa, made a
half-hearted attempt to sling a
hiark sweater around her shoul
ders, sipped a glass of dubonnet
and talked about her year in New
York. -.' : v '' ,.
"It's been the most producUVe
life." she said, and told
of her studies at the Actors Stu Studio..
dio.. Studio.. "It was very stimulating. I
find it stimulating to be stimulat-
... 1 l4 t'.. aflll tint
ed. 1 vc icarnea a iui. yc
never been told to walk any sep sep-cial
cial sep-cial way. I walk naturally I've
always walked the same Way.
Whv, even in high school, the kids
used to ask me why I walked
like I did,
"You put a camera close up on
any girl's derriere and she'll
She got so excited about the
wiggle business that she spilled
some of her dubonnet down her
front. This correspondent was
pleased to lend Miss Monroe a
handkerchief. The handerchief has
i i- i
ma 101 ie 10 icdiii. .. nffpr.H tu- Katintial Ar-
V "What I want to ao is' S'iTr r
develop and expand" ""
one luufcticu v..
j contributed their bits of detail to
Ht lust opontd tht Adam t Rib the whole illusion of
attry in Santa Monica, Calif. which is "good theatre."
Musically this new "Der Rosen
Not in the Script: Jay Robinson,, kavalier" lacked1 in nothing. In
between scenes of "Step Down To, Heed. Rudolf Kempe, the conduc-
i error : A young actor in tne
chips isn't handicapped in Holly
wood. In New York however, it s
a stigma. You have to live in a
coldwater flat and suffer."
Stlctd Short: Jayne Mans Mansfield,
field, Mansfield, the Monroe-carbon, leaves
the cast of Broadway's "Will Suc Success
cess Success Spoil Rock. Hunter?" in May
for another try at movietown big
time. Even the face on the cutting
craze wul have everyone on the
dance floor doing a different step
while the band laughs,
Ym, Virginia, there is a Robert
Before becoming a film actor and
winning an Oscar nomination for
his rote of "Animal" "in "Stalag
17," Robert Strauss Operated a
"Personalized Santa Claus" agency
in New York and Hollywood. Out-of-work
actors visited kiddies in
their homes and pepped up office
parties tor $15 an hour.
One Christmas, prize fighter Lou
Nova phoned tne agency for a
Santa at. his home and Strauss
himself donned a red suit and
whiskers to take the call. Nova's
t w .iifhilHrAn u;pra uunrthv nf Santa's
. u r,nr i miss monroe says sues supir
ment, then giggica. "fn" vpnr In w Ynrt Rp-1 gifts, Lou uiformed Strauss, except
V i ,V,r,t n widen mv: tuu .year in iew xont. tie-6".ia
I mean 1 want to widen my, hfrludie ihe.s;for one son.
tor, produced such a welding of
musical expression to the action
and the sentiment on the stage
that you realized more than ever
what an exeedingly fine opera
this onera is. So many conductors
never get some part of it off the
printed score. i
But most impressive was the
casting. In every part was an in-,
dividual who combined musicalityi
room floor whistled, I jiear, while and characterizing skill m most
Fox cut her film test for "The, exceptional degree. Otto Edel-!
Wayward Bus."- Imann's Baron Ochs stood out, per-!
haps because you had been a little i
h..l fL.J 1"-.. J ft.. i disappointed by his lukewarm
Keai jnon, reua, dui.hs sahs in Die Meistersmg
Lisa Delia Casa, a relatively!
new personality at the Met, sang
and played the part of the Prin-l
cess with emotional fulfillment
which left the listener-watcher
i HAjMAnSjClAjPlE TT ATP S i E (j
"atoip1 I'NioiolA lLo rTT eKI IImu l
: WW AUTTRj I D;SqgqEiiE Algl.
. "tTRTeDPtEyrtc aRom ijjijfN s
1 I r I 1 1 1 S win I
I 31 ME IKir3lyiSi
Real Long Railroad
TOMAHAWK, Wis. (UP)
A 65-vear-oid teua witn rauroaa;in.;ria r;c- ciwcnc nptavinn
giants has left the 13.9-mile-long;is so wcn knovvn it scarcely mer-
Marincue, lomanawit at westem
Railroad none the worse for wear.
Officials of the road expect to
haul 3,000 carloads of freight in
1956, about the same amount as in
1 been busy and happy.
"Kit's bn a bad boy," Lou taid.
v .w. tn' Hollvwond1' I ove td go to museums and, ";"" "7,rmi
Now she s going to .Hoiiywww th .,. : Aa t h m anvthina this voar."
MARILYN GOING AWAY:
"What wiggle?" she said:
auw .Virr cianiev nart in'wa around'," she says. "Am
l? d0 SLnlSnn lhaw a thunderbird and Jike
' tAMm vi'V in the' country. Lonely? I reminded Lou v he- was--forgetting
, par sh5 considers h knnw you 'can be lonely,his own .childhood and "that he
Hroae eip. .a-7h.'t 6th. at a party.- . "personally", knew Lou go into
' I DUl MIC ii'v
-'wise, Marilyn Monroo was goin Hcr revoll r tgainst Hollwyood
has been successful, she thinks.
She quit after making "There's
No Business Like Show Business,"
When her studio assigned her to
Ji. vomain Marilvn Monroe,- down
?'' n on,i inrhiflint? the wiggle
-J!! u;i,Qt wipflft?" she said.
that stuff about now i wk.c
when I walk is silly. I just walk.
Like anybody else. I've never tried
.". ASiitce$$ ;" In .- Comics:: ; ..-
SSnVTir'X1 f--hSntT ;"has Falk divides his time according to
. t .iiai nit his
.L.;;,ioi.-nH t'Thi. Phantom"! the comic strips.
"Pink Tights," a script she
much more trouble as a lad than
his son. Before the lecture was
over Lou had tears in his eyes, and
as Strauss left, the fighter took
him to the door, saying:
"I'm really grateful for what you
Then, giving. Strauss a big up
Tee FiftVw"o his his interests, He spends he says,
wrishf The author of "Mandrake, on meaue, ue
"Ido the comics mostly aftc.
thought was weak.
"It was worse than 'Show BusHtie asked:
ness,' 'she says. "In that one, 1 1 "Tell me who
was with Donald O Connor, ate s
a nice boy but I'm a little well,
overly blossomed for him.
. "If I'd done 'Pink Tights,' there
would have been 'Yellow Tights,'
'Blue Tights' and 'Green Tights'
At her acting classes, she most
ly observed. Towards the end of
her stay she acted the lead in
"Anna Christie," which was the
first time she'd ever emoted be
fore a live audience
5" bM,, for midnight." he say, "I'm a pre "I was terrified' Wsays. :But
miarter of a century with no sue
cess o far but it has led him in into
to into other money-making fields.
-Because he could : not interest
nrndncers in his nlavs.
Falk felt he ought to learn morejCorio, the burlesque stripper
about the technical side of the the theatre.
atre. theatre. This led him into summer
theatre and he now operates two
of-' the country s most successiui
strawhats, the Boston Summer
Theatre and the Summer Theatre
at Marblehead, Mass. in the win winter
ter winter he has a theatre in Nassua, the
British Colonial Playhouse.
That naughty book, "Lady Chat-
tArtar'e Ijivr mm h"th niYt
i.ro tvne T nnrnoselv create ores observers say she did very well. jim with TT S nnrhin nrnhlpms
sures for myself. I get bored justl At the moment, she thinks act- Tne fiim version was just corn corn-sitting
sitting corn-sitting around." ing skill is more to be desired piete(j i m France with French
than beauty.' :;- . pastry. Danielle Darrieux as the
wav?" .:,., ::
"Don't be, s t u p i d," replied
Strauss, as he faded into the night.
"I'm Santa Claus."
There will be no acting career
for eight-year-old Lola Marley,
dauehter of Linda Darnell.
"I've made it ont of those 'ovar
my daad body' things," Linda told
mt. "Whan sha't IS she can da da-'cide
'cide da-'cide -for. herself."
its comment beyond a notation
that it grows more polished with ;
In the concert field, a season's;
Sensation has boon Artur Rubin-
' I stein's series-of five appearances
The line owes its existence to a j with symphony orchestra devoted
stubborn streak of H. T. Bradley, :(.ntirey to the piano concerto. At
founder of the city of Tomahawk !(he fir$t! ne played the "Emper-
Kaiiroaa annais amy repot ieu, 0f 0f Beethoven, the A minor
the rise of the M. T. & W: concerto of Schumann's, and
;-V .;;. .V; Rachmaninoff's second, each with
r "The town of Tomahawk was gucn subtie attention to the count count-potted
potted count-potted in 1886. Four years later less details of its unique individ-
Mr. Bradley and the t. 51. St. P. uaitv. vou could only wonder
ic P. were at odds, so Mr. Bradley now Sl)ch "switches" could be ac
proceeded to build a railroad." comnlishcd in a single evening.
Bradley's railroad was to oe a That hannened Feb. 7. A few
110-mile line with proud passenger
service through northern Wiscon Wisconsin.
sin. Wisconsin. The' tracks followed the trail
of loggers as they pushed through
the forest,, but as the timber re receded,
ceded, receded, so did the M. T. & W.
Today, the railroad has 22 em employes,
ployes, employes, one diesel switch locomo locomotive
tive locomotive and three steam engines. It is
owned by the National Container
Corp, and connects with the Soo
Passenger trains of the earlier
days have been abandoned and the
railroad now serves as a carrier
for the container firm and other
northern Wisconsin manufacturers.
His I""1 venture imo suinini-r, ..As a cn,w she says, "i ai-:ziPPy heroine. The plot was labeled
SIOCK 111 "OS u; ....ugyg wauieu IV glOW up IU UC
With two summer theatres( one
"We lost every cent in our firsti
three weeks," Falk recalls. "We
did good plays but we hadn't dis-
covered the star system. Then
George Frazicr, the writer, came
to our rescue. George knew- Ann
Corio. Ann wanted to go into legit
and she thought it would be fun to
do 'White Cargo. We had nothing
to lose, so we said, 'Why not?'
beautiful. Beauty has its compen
sations when I went to Korea
and sang for the GIs. and there
were thousands of them on the hill
in the rain, then I was glad I
You eet the impression al
though she won't say it that!
Marilyn Monroe is happier at the
moment than she's ever been. Shei
laughs readily, she kids about her
own place in the world. No trace!
nf the "little lost girl" who ap
peared on Ed Murrow's "Person to
Person last year.
Her long range ambition
She thought carefully, then re repeated!
peated! repeated! . -'I
want to grow, develop and
evnand." She higgled again. "You
know what I mean widen my I
"Too Hot to Handle" by Hollywood
Tax (High. Noon) Rittar was
announced for the warbljng chore,
but Chill Wills wound up recording
the themesong.from "Giant," film
Big Chess Tourney
To Include Wheels
OKLAHOMA CITY (UP) -Officials
of the U.S. Chess Federa
tion said experts from most
European countries, Argentina and
other South American nations and
Canada, as well as top U.S. play players,
ers, players, are expected to participate in
the national open chess, tournament
here in ,JuIy.
"THE PALACE OF UNDERTAKING SERVICE" j
The most modern, equipment j
West 16th Street No. 13A20 Phone 2-1473 i
jSi f peri or da Jilic
We can proudly say say that we have no cinipetitors
because our service is superior!
days later, he amazed again with
a new assortment and on Feb. 15,
17, and 19 wound up the, scries
But this is a time oi great pi
anists rather than piano-virtuosos
Wilhelm Backhaus, who is almost
72, played five Beethoven sonatas
in nne concert oiavea tnem wuti
depth and force which added up
to a simple sum "uus is ueemu
Erich Lcinsdorf, who is taking
over the New York City Opera
Comoanv as general director with
next fall's season, plans to pre present
sent present fewer operas but perform
them more often. He also plans
to use fewer singer and fewer
conductors in more operas.
The idea is to concentrate the
company's resources rather than
spread them. By producing fewer
operas, more can oe orougm iu
bear on individual productions
Leinsdorf wants conductors to
have more authority .over the op-!
eras they conduct and singers tot
have more work because, like other
specialists, singers thrive on ex-
ercise. - I
Because we give rapid service.
precise and efficient and at any
Because we have the Best In our
TAKEN CARE OF: line. Cadillac Hearses, and
Here we do not try to fool any anyone,
one, anyone, our prices are fust and at
the level of every pocket. 1
WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS AND SERVERS, and
because of that we ask your attention, and co cooperation
operation cooperation so we may attend to you as
To our surprise, Ann drew very
distinguished-audiences and, more
important, we sold out every
night. We did so well with Ann
that we managed to break even
for the season. Since then I've
never had a losing season in sum-
Vlmer stock. Some years the prom
Was S3, OUl 11 was a prum.
After Falk acquu-ea nis two sum-
1 mer theatres, he found himself
happily sourrounded by theatre j
; every summer but his winters
were more or less miseraoie. ne
did his best to make them cheer cheerful
ful cheerful by spending them in Nassau,
"1 thought Nassau was great
place to spend the winter," he
says, "but I got tired of Just sit sitting
ting sitting around On the beach. I thought
it would oe raraaise u i coui ue
in Nassau and be connected with
the professional theatre."
Paradise was offered to him in
1953 bv three men who had been
operating tne cnusn uoiomai play playhouse
house playhouse at a loss for a couple of sea seasons.
sons. seasons. They invited Falk to get up
off the beach and take oven He
not onlv did but he made money
M.ViILYN MONROE, HEAD-ON: "Beauty has its compensations.'' 1 on his first season yiuu.
"GIRL HI THE RED VELVET WHIG" Scandalous Society
Drama! On Tuesday, at the Bella Visla
Up she goes to the pinnacles of stardom.
Lovely British newcomer to the American
screen, Joan Collins, appears In the coveted
title role of "THE GIRL IN THE RED VEL VELVET
VET VELVET SWING," 20th Century Fox's authentic
account of the great social scandal at th?
turn of the csntury, when one of the nation's
richest men murdered- the country's most
famed architect over the affections of the
nation's prettiest glri the original Gibson
Girl. See this still controversial story in Cine Cine-maScope
maScope Cine-maScope which opens on Tuesday at the
BELLA VISTA Theatre with Ray Miiland and
Farley Granger iu co-starring roles. Advt
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STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND'
THE SUNDAY amtf.icli
Persian Countess And
Kadir Also In Sprint
Starring Polcmon, the Stud Valentino's classy
three-year-old Chilean-bred track championship
prospect, is certain to be the mutuels favorite when
he Roes after his fourth consecutive victory in th:
featured S750 seven-furlong sprint this afternoon at
the Juan Franco race track.
Four dangerous contenders are
ilated to oppose Pole mon. They
art Albatross, Blakemere, "Kadir
and Persian Countess.
Guillcrmo Sanchez will be a a-board
board a-board Albatross with only 110
pounds, as compared to 119 that
Polemon will carry. Improved f.p f.p-prentice
prentice f.p-prentice rider Abundlo Venjara,
as usual, will guide Polemon.
Blakemere gets in under 10 8
and will have the benefit of Fer Fernando
nando Fernando Alvare?' expert horseman horsemanship.
ship. horsemanship. LikePolemon and Albatross,
Blakemere qualified for the March
11 $7,500 added six and one-ha.f
furlong Francisco Arias Paretics
Classic (formerly known as the
, Kadir, which disappointed in his
classic qualifying attempt, has a
reputation for being a consistent
performer and has seldom been
out of the money in any of his
local starts. Kadir t will carry the
top 'weight assignment of 321
pounds "for this. race, i.uis uisai uisai-do,:
do,: uisai-do,: now in throes of his worst
slump, will do the booting aboar.l
Antonio Eskildsen s ace,
Ppsian Countess, undoubtedly
the best mare in training at pres present
ent present at the local oval, could sur sur-Shp
Shp sur-Shp will tote 111
rnnnndx including Jorge Phillip.;.
tup i nnrsters I dire mat me
crfrh.hnrnins Polemon will orof
it from the sizzling pace that fl
hatrnso Blakemere and Kadir
are almost certain to set during
the first six furlongs of the race.
However, there are many who ar argue
gue argue that good as Polemon has
proven, himself to be, he c a n't
allow Blakemere and Albatross e e-leven
leven e-leven and nine pounds, respective respectively.
ly. respectively. Kadir and Persian Countess
will be definite outsiders.
Eleven other interesting racer racer-are
are racer-are included on the program.
UP AND AT 'EM Billy Hunter, one- of the many aspirants for
the Yankee shortstop job, displays his wares before the keen
glance of Manager Casey. Stengel at St. Petersburg training base.' i
Juan Franco Graded Entries
Jockey Wet COMMENT
tit Ract "1" Imported 7 Fgs.Purse $375.00 Pool Close 12:45
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
Here's One Air Force Mark
Which May Be Hard To Top
DENVER (NEA) When
Bob Beckel decided to be a mem member
ber member of the Air Force Academy's
first class, he left to room for
Aficr scoring 97 points in three
games for Walla Walla High in
the Washington state high school
basketball tournament last year,
he passed up the final at Seattle
in order to take the entrance ex exam
am exam for the new academy.
Beckel didn't completely cut
himself off from basketball when
he entered the academy, however.
The six foot shotmaker has
pumped 478 points- through the
nets in 17 contests for the Air
Force's first team this season.
He hit for 54 points against the
Colorado A. and M. fro'sh and on
onlv three occasions has he been
held to less than 20 points.
Most of the Air Force Acad Academy's
emy's Academy's athletic records are ex expected
pected expected to be rewritten almost
yearly, until somebody establishes
a solid standard, but the fastbrcak fastbrcak-ing
ing fastbrcak-ing Beckel appears likely to post
a mark that may stand for years.
Beckel gets his points on a
sharp, 44 per cent shooting eye,
tremendous speed and a change of
pace while dribbling that leaves
LOT OF TROTTERS
Columbus, O. (NEA) -There
wll be 35 racing associations con conducting
ducting conducting pari-mutuel harnetss rac racing
ing racing meetings this year one more
than in 1955.
1 D. Duchess
5 G, Wonder
6 (Black Gold
S. Carvajal lOOx In and outer
F. Godoy 109x Could make it now
J. Cadogan 108 Rates good chance
J. Jimenez 104x Poor start in last
A. Creldidio 107x Form indicates
,V. Ortega 110 Must go lower
R. Gamero 96 Poor recent races
2nd Race "Special" Imp. 4f2 Fgs.Purse $500.00 Pool Closes 1:15
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Bos'un's Mate H. Ruiz 108 Hard to beat
2 M. Melody F. Hidalgo 108 Has strong finish
3 Arpegio J. Jimenez 110 Will-fight it out
4 N. Touch M. Guerrero 100 Early speed briefly
5 (Lucky Test E. Corcho 103x Will be good one
6 (Danlelo C. Ruiz 113 Form indicates
3rd Race F" Natives 6Vi Fg. Purse $275.00 Pool Closes 1:45
1 S. Time G. Montero 96x Nothing to indicate 15-1
2 Moonshiner H. Ruiz 112 Has strong finish 2-1
3 Lady Edna K. Flores 118 Hard to beat now 3- 2
4 Que Llndo A. Creidldlo 109x Tougher competition 5-1
5 Panchlta J. Phillips 107 Usually moves late 4-1
6 Avispa G. Prescott 113 Nothing to recommend 15-1
7 Cara de Sapo F. Hidalgo 104 Ran well in last
8 Regla R. Gamero 104 Not against these 10-1
4th Race "G" Natives 4'2 Fgs.Purse $275.00
Peel Closes 2:20
Elks 3, Spur Cola 2
In a thrilling endine Wednes
day afternoon the Elks defeated
Spur Cola by a score of three to
two. Goin? into the last of tnc
sixth trailing by one run the
Elks loaded the bases and on a
ground ball to first base tied the
score. With two out little Craig
Stoudnor -stepped Into the bat batter',
ter', batter', box and laced a linn drive
over second Into centerfield to
bat In the winning tun,:
For the Elks bie- Ed Eleakley
pitched the entire game giving
up two runs on seven hits, walk-
lne two and striking out seven.
Bobby Dilfer went the route for
Spur Cola elvlne ud three runs
on five hits walking two and
stming out lour.
SeymonrAgency 2, Police t
Thursday afternoon Freddy
Huddleston won his own ball
game when Seymour defeated
police by a score of two to noth
ing, in the fifth Inning with a
team mate on base Huddleston
hit one of Brown's pitches out
of the park for a homer and the
only run of the came.
Huddleston pave up no runs,
three hits, three walks, and
struck out eight. For the losers,
Brown eave un two runs on five
hits, four walks and nine strike
Lincoln Life 0. Gibraltar Life 1
Boby Brandon pitches first
perfect rame in Pacific Little
Friday afternoon at the Pa
clfic Little League Park it took
Bobby Brandon about fifty-eight
minuies w retire eighteen Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln Lifers in 'order to enter
baseball's Hall of Fame by allow allowing
ing allowing no runner to reach first
base. Brandon struck out eleven
while performing this feat using
fast balls change-ups and curves
in baffling the Lincoln Life bat batters.
ters. batters. Brandon also scored the
only run against Lincoln Life's
pitcher Worden French when in
the second Brandon led off with
a triple down the right field
line and came in toe" score the
only Gibraltar run when he
Brandon gave up no runs, no
hits and no walks. Worden
French allowed one run on two
hits, one walk and struck out
The box scores:
Spur Cola Ab R H
rerantie, 2b 3 I 1
Albritton, cf ..,3 0 1
cnase, ss 2 0 1
Zelnick, lb ............ 3 n 1
Boswell, rf ., 31 1
Dilfer, p 3 0 0
Bowen, 3b ., 3 11
Rybickl, If I,.,..., 2 0 0
Whitney, c ............ 3 01
- A I
TROPHY PRESENTATION Col. 1 John J. Davis. USARCARIB School commandant, presents
the Atlantic Area championship softball trophy to Jack Carlson, Company "A", 72 Ordnance
battalion- The Ordnance nine swept through an eight game schedule without defeat to cap capture
ture capture the Crown. Looking on are Capt. Harry. J. McGinness, left, unit commander; Lt. John
Seibert, center, team manager; and Jack Ferguson.- (U.S. Army photo)
2 Golden Pick
5 Tilin Tilirl
F. Godoy 107x
A. Creidldlo 101X
G. Montero 105X
; F. Hidalgo 108
E. Gutierrez lOOx
C. Isleslas 120
A. Vasquez 120
C. Ruiz 113
S. Carvajal H2x
Shouldn't miss now
Stronger group here
Has late foot
Closes like flash
Not in this distance
Racing to best form
Should be close up
5th Race "H' Special Nat. 6 Vi Fgs.Purse $275.00 Pool Closes 2:55
A. Vasquez 118 Ran well in last
C Iglesias 108 Should win again
V. Brown 113 Best early speed
J. Avila 118 Best early speed
S. Carvajal 115x Quit badly in last
EARLY BIRDS A rookie bears down early, so these three St.
Louis Cardinal right-handed pitching prospects get their arms
in shape early at St. Petersburg, Fla., camp. Left to right are
Roger Fister, Gary Geiger and Will Lackey,
6th Race ''H-l'' Imported 6 Vi Fgs.Purse $400.00 Pool Closes 3:35
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Gay Spot ; A. Creidldlo 105x Post position helps
2 Amer. Maid F. Alvarez 113 Could win acain
3 Casrador O. Montero 102x Rider only handicap
4 Y. Prince : G. Samhez 110 Danperous this time
5 La?,v Brook V. Castillo 115 Should score off last
6 Dixiprincess E. Ortega 110 Rates chance too
7th Race "H-27 Imported 6 Vi Fqs Purse $400.00 Pool Closet 4:05
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
25 2 7
Stoudnor, 2b ....
Cross, c 3
Berger, rf 1
x Lincoln 1
........ 3 1
x Batted for Burganer in 6th.
Seymour Agency Ab R H
Calif Ja, 3b 3 0 0
Corrigan, C. rf 4 0 1
Anderson, G. lb ....... 3 0 0
Dubbs, c ...31 0
Huddleston, p 3 1 1
Boatwright, ss 3 0 1
Anderson, K. 2b ,30 0
Carlson, If ... 2 O 1
Brockman, R. cf ...... 1 0 1
Pearl, 3b I 0 0
Mallory, lb 0 0 0
1 El Regalo
7 Must Be
G. Sanchez 113
J. Phillips 113
M. Hurley 115
S. Carvajal 107x
V. Brown lOSx
F. Hidalgo 110
C. Iglesias 110
.Should be close up
Victory was revealing
Could repeat victory
Returns from layoff
Poor effort in last
Rates good chance
8th Race "F" Imported 1 MilePurse $500.00 Pool Closes 4:40
1 Dev. Club A. Creldidio 97x Would pay nice odds
2 Barlyon .A. Vasquez 115 Regaining form slowly
3 Ciprodajt R. Gamero 108 Distance to liking
4 Fellac . S. Carvajal 105x Could score at price
5 Kin? H. Ruiz 115 I-ooks like topnotcher
8 (O. Smuggler G. Sanch'z 115 Seldom repeats
7 M. Maker F. Hidalgo 105 Could help entrymale
9th Race (,G" Imported
7 Fs.Pue $450.00 Pool Closes 5:15
tfcrra a jx ujb rac ttoeiii Rlw AiNEEO roots
4 Orn. Star
5 E. Magic
8- C. Prince
H. Ruiz 103
A. Vasquez 115
F. Godoy 115x
F. HldalVo 115
A. Creldidio 105x
F. Alvarez 112
: A. Ubldla 110
! J. cadogan 105
Dropped in class
Nothing in months
-Powerful race last
Will force the pace
-Will fight It out
Pan wide in last
Not in top form
10th Race "B" Imported
7 Fgs.Purse $750.00 Pool Closes 5:40
1 P. Countess
J. PhilliDS 114 Always dangerous
L. Glraldo 124 Weights hundicap
A. Versara 119x Better each time out
F. Alvarez 108 Good chance here
G, Sanchez 110 Handicap in favor
28 2 5
Dempsey, 3b 3 0 0
Ashton, ss 3 0 2
Priester, lb 3 0 0
Dehllnger, cf-lf ........ 2 0 0
Browder, If-cl ......... 2 0 1
Corrigan, T. 2b .3 C O
Brown, p 0 0 0
Glazer, c 2 0 0
Catron, rf ............. 2 0 0
1 Merry Mason $5.80, 3.60. 2.40.
2 Lanero $8, 4.20.
3 Marianina $3.40.
1 Supersun $5.40. 5.00, 2.80.
2 Firenze $3.40, 2.40.
3 Coronelino $5.
FIRST DOUBLE $20.20.
1 Ika $8.20. 4.00.
2 Redondita $5.
1 Panzaretta $3.20. 2.20, 2.20.
2-Dixie 3.20, 2.20.
3 Rada $2.20.
, QUINIELA L $7. .
K FIFTH RACE
1 Tanara (e) $4.40.
2 San Cristobal (e).
1 SIXTH RACE
1 Andes (e) $4.20, 2.20.
2 Opulento $2,40.
1 Fontainebleu $3.8Q, 4.40.
2 Don Goyo $3.80.
SECOND DOUBLE: $9.80.
1 Don Grau $14.80. 8.00. 4.20.
2 Julie $14.60. 6.20.
3 Valarla $10.40.
NINTH RACE p
1 Rosier le) $3.20. 5, 2.20.
2 Begonia (e
3 Maria Stuardo $2.20.
ONE-TWO $12.40 ;
Iguaiu (disqualified placed 2nd.)
1 Supper Girl $8.20, 3.40.
2 Iguaiu $5.20.
1 Tingit $3.20, 2.20. 5
2 Yosikite $2.20
Juan Franco Tips
.. 11 iiriHflffWPWWIhv 11 mf- "i-ii TejWKi 1 iillHIr r 1
15th ANNUAL CITY BOWLING
a rf a. m,inVt HlciiGQlnn &tA de-
liberation, It was finally decided
t.n hold the Annual Citv Bowline
Tnnnnrriol Vt1 OPOI t.hP
Balboa Bowling Center. Opening
Nignt will be Marcn i t ana piay
wui continue each, night
through Match 23. ;.
TarxVi 17 111 onrf 10 nrlll V
nnrtflno4 t.A fli70.mgn tom knurl
ing. March 20 and 2i will be for
doubles. March 22 and 23 will
wind up the tournament with
ine singles event.
The entrance fee is $3 for each
vpn nflit man Avoenr. t.ha oll-
event, which is $1. Those wish-
20 0 3
Lincoln Life Ab R H
McElhone, 2b 2 0 fl
Beck, ss ............... 2 0 0
French, L. 3b .......... 2 0 0
French, W. p ...........2 0 0
Ward, lh ........ ..... 2 0 0
Ledbetter, if ....... 200
Nessler, rf l' O 0
Engelke, cf ............ 10 0
Bowman, rr ........... l 0 0
Joynor. J. If 1 0 0
Bradshaw, c 1 0 0
1 Golden Wonder
6 Laty Brook
9 Ornamental Star
11 Grey Juan :
Bos un's Mate
, Lady Edna
J Amin Didi
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
Hert Is a list of renresenta
Diablo rlasslrt learne
, Diablo Major league Cur Curly
ly Curly Bates.
Diablo Mixed, leio-ii ft..
K. Soyster. ...
Diablo Cnmmflrr.lal leaciiM
Albrook AJ.B. -Mixed
League M-Sgt. Frank Root.
Albrook j- 778th Rand leatru
W. W. Jones. I
-Albrook Albrook A.P.B. In Intramural
tramural Intramural league M-Sgt. Henry
Albrook Albrook High-FHers
league SSgt. Carmen A. Cas-
Ft. Clayton Armv-Tteeh-
ing to be covered for the all- Serv.-Of fleers league Maj. H.
Pirpnt. mitef cfof. crt i An ntru K. Ptlllftr.
" f viw inuuv ouwuc uu uu tuvj
blanks and nav the all-event fee
This tournament is sanctioned", Curundu Curundu Mixed
by the American Bowling Con-iielsue m.- f. russeu.
Entries with bowlinir fees must
be in the hands of the tourna tournament
ment tournament SeCy-Treas. c. A, Schecker
no later than midnight March
10. Thp nat.t.ern nf this vpnr's
tournament will follow that of
STAY ON TOP
Hermanny, rf 3
Snyder, D. lb ......... 2
Fraunhelm, cf . ... , 2
Brandon, p 2
Hutchinson, c ......... 1
Orr, ss ; 2
Wilson, if 2
Hunt, 2b .... 2
Hanha, 3b ............. 2
University Park, Pa. (NEA
Ponn Ktafp has tuffprpH nnlv
18 0 0 ?e losing basketball season in
'i..e last 15 years.
18 1. 2
j r.t rm nt 7? vivns!
1 1th Race "C Imported 6 Vi Fgs.Purse $650.00 Pool Cles.
t Chivl'inao J. Phillips 105 Fractious, unpredictable
2 Persiflage V. Ortega 122 -Could win afain
3 Grey- Juan v H. Ruiz 118 Form indicates
4 Barpe Royal F. Hidalgo 106 Better form now
5 Bradomin S. Carvajal HOx Rates good chance
12th Race 'H-2' Imported 6 Vi Fgs.Purst $400.00 Pool Closet.
1 Hurlccano V. Castillo 118 Should score off last
2 S. Sl'pper A. Vasquez 113 No. 1 ,contcnrlcr
Tfpi'ii 'P.Offtriprw -ttV Www rpriHe-
f ,rv'n D'fli J' Phillins 110 T'as strong finish
5-(J, Flddlinj S. Carvajal 105x -Belter chance now
PR0N0STICOS HIP1C0S DE
U REVISTA "18"
2 Bos'un's Mate
5 Apache i
6 Young Prince
' 1 Giey Juan
12 Single Slipper
TOPS AT WHITE WASHING
Bradenlon. Fla. (NEA)
Warren Spahn, Milwaukees left lefthander,
hander, lefthander, holds the shutout record
for active National League pitch pitchers.
ers. pitchers. He has 34, seven more than
Robin Roberts of the Phillies, his
TooM Encanto .35 20
' Raymond Massey, in
"SEVEN ANGRY MEN"
Diana Dors, in
"WEAK AND THE WICKED"
James Cagney. in
"RUN FOR COVER"
Martin & Lewis, in
Capt. L. B.
Curundu ... rhimnrlti T fi s
Mixed league Geo. Y. Scott,
i John F. Voss.
; Ft. Kobbe Ft. Kobbe Mixed
league -capt. L. P. Fuerst,
On the Atlantic side.
Margarita Margarita Men's
League Frank Light.
for example, say several men1. a aicuiea vo
who are elielble to bowl in the ue "'.cnarge 01 seating.,. Line
committee men are John Vn.
McElroy, Bob Bowen, Capt. L. B.
Pilachowski, M-Sgt. Henry Bar Bar-bee
bee Bar-bee and Sgt. Jacober.
Official scoring wilt again be
taken care of by the women,
headed by Lillian Gunn and Pat
BOWlinir will start.
each night at 7:30. Bowlers must
report no later than 7 e'clock tor
the tournament secretary. Team
captains or members of air1
teams will report to 'secretary
Idead-Hne 7 nm tnr otlow
drawings or secretary -will draw
for them. Schedules will be
DOSterl on nil hnullnv hullatln
Last year Curly Introduced a
new tournament .follow-up angle
in the form of a post banquet
gress and is governed by their
ruies ana regulations. & powier
can enter in as many five man
team events as he is a bonafide
member of leagues. A bowler,
however, may bowl on a team in
another lpflcrne hut. trt Hnlntr sn
forfeits the right of bowling on
a team in nis own league.
For example, say "several men
ho Are elitHhle t.n hnwl In the
tournament, but cannot get i;p
a team out of their own league.
get together with some other
men swho are, also eligible from
some other league and form a
team. That team would be hon
ored by A.B.C. rules, but as
stated before they then forfeit
their rights to bowl On a team
111 I hi 1 .A IPU
five man team event that a "P0!1 no Iater tnan 7 'clock to
player bowls in his score for thel
au-events. A bowler can only!
enter once in the doubles ftnd
wurnameni win ionow tnat oi j ui a p"si oonqupi)
last vear's. ntffnitarles from the1 and dance, called sponsors nieht.
Governor's Office, Armed Forces i5 received such an ovation
and Pan-Canal again will be in- rromh5 sponsors and the bowl bowl-vlted
vlted bowl-vlted to officially open the tour- that it will be, held again
nament on March 17, by roiling:.""0 w Anas naraens
the f'rst ball on all 12 alley?. I1" Panama. Curly will be In
Thes? civic minded gentlemen! cnaree of this Sponsors Night
will receive awards for lending i and also of ticket sales,
dicnitv. snnnnrt. ennneratinn! AU bowlers, wives, sweethearts
and good sportsmanship in offi-if" Triend, are cordially
cially opening the 15th Annual vte5 ; t0 attend this party.
atv Tniimnmont r a cnheb Tickets are $2 Def nerson. nin-
Pp onH T)liH DnlJla, mill, nrpcprif ner will consist of ehniep nt
the awards. chicken, steak Or fish, mashed
potatoes witn gravy, s t r Ine
C.F.N, will again lend support Heans',,saIad;. cle r ice cream,
by making a tape recording of ,nt .ro1?. coffee, Wine or marti marti-nrasnin.
nrasnin. marti-nrasnin. ;u mtiia . n,n ka'ni. Music will he fiirnlshert h
opening night. This will bp
broadcast at a later date. signal-Corps
will also help by in installing
stalling installing anfl -tnnint.ainlntr t,h
P.A. system through the tourna-
the Atlas Garden's popular band
and Lucho Muiioz and his or organ.,
gan., organ., i ;,i,;.;.v. ....
Last year team sponsors, mer merchants
chants merchants of Panama and Individ.
ment. seats will be reserved f0r!ch?nts J P?nama and Individ.
Arm.j tt- n . n m lfuais ma fle this rmrtv nniwi
throughout the tournament un- fS'T'. 80 i8'ain this yar yar-til
til yar-til bowling time. C.F.N. is car- This friendly get together gives
rying spot announcements dai- bowler and the sponsor a
ly. listen for them. In fact, the chance to know and hob-nob
Armprt vnmae. i ninr all nut I witn one another. Those who
same as thev did last year. for'imade this party possible last
League representatives were
selected this year to be respon-
sihln fni t h loo on pntrles In
iihe tournament All bowlers get
year, were Seymour Agency, H.-
i. noma ana ;o., colonial in insurance,
surance, insurance, Fuerza y Luz,- Omaha
Insurance, Chesterfield, Powells
Indians j of Colon, Margarita,
Hotel El Panama, La Guardia
ill bUUUll WltXl Itiicac iiiCll, binJ(eiiA uiuuui-i alCUCS ItllQ U.
i have thv for m and will help you., Coca, Cola..cf Panama, .Carta.,
I fill them out. and- collect your. Viej a, Sam Friedman Co. and
:"TZar I bowling fees. ' W. T. Coney and Co. :
By HARRY GRAYSON
I tion is his attitude. Jbe reporters young pitcher who talks like
rrit a Inart nf that h"i the "fr-ltnai.
- CLEARWATER. Fla. (NEA) sonable young man from Meadow-1 I'aid $63,000 for signing as a 17-j-The
blunt truth is that Curt! book. Pa. drove him to downtown year-oia, Simmons, once ne iound
Simmons mav be throueh at 26. "Stadium, where the Phillies UauiUhe plate, on a given day or nignt
For four years the Phillies or- here. (was aDout as ciose as a pitcner
iginal bonus baby and whiz Kid jean be to being invincible. Team-
was one of the feared pitchers in I "IF I CAN LEARN a little moreied with Robert, he was spared
bascbalL But the finest doctors! about pitching, get so I can slowiirom military service long eaougn
and master phychologists cannot
up more, Simmons was saying, in woo 10 pucn- me rum iu intu
convince Simmons' that there is
nothing wrong- with his precious
What alarms the- Philadelphia
brass more than Simmons' condi-
' If I can get the curve over a liHlirsi pcnnani m jears
tie better. I have jammed up, I
Simmons returned trom serv
can't do that any more.
ice in Germany apparently as ov overpowering
erpowering overpowering as ever and tied lor
tne league lead in shutouts With
six alter a late start m 1952.
Uobtn Roberts and the Phillies
aren't going to get much help from
N.C.S., W.C (CLA
Expected To Gain NCAA
, NEW YORk. March 3 (UP (UP-,
, (UP-, North Carolina State, West Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia and U.C.L.A. were expected
to earn conference berths in the
N.G.A.A. basketball tournament
last night' while Alabama now
ranks as the Southeastern Con Conference's
ference's Conference's leading candidate for
the same post-season chase.
North Carolina State can wrap
up the Atlantic Coast Confer Conference's
ence's Conference's bid by beating' Wake For Forest
est Forest In the finals of the A.C.A
playoffs at. Raleigh. N.C. Re Regional
gional Regional eliminations will be play played
ed played at New York starting March
West Virginia hopes to pain
a berth in the same regional
series by whipping Richmond
in the finals of the Southern
Conference Tournament at
N.C. State gained the A.C.C.
title round Friday by down down-In
In down-In Duke, 91-19, while Wake For Forest
est Forest upset North Carolina, 77-56.
In the Southern Conference
championships. West Virginia
moved into the finals by edging
Furman, 77-74, after Richmond
topped Washington and Lee, 65 65-56
56 65-56 "Hot Rod" Hundley tallied 41
points for West Virginia, out out-scoring
scoring out-scoring Furman 's Darreli Floyd
bv 11 points.
Sugar's Bowl Fills,
And Brings On Basilio
By JIMMY BRESLIN,
NEW YORK (NEA)'-"The
sidewalk in front of Sugar Ray
Robinson's business enterprises is
humming again. Robinson has his
string of store3 and saloon alone
Harlem's Seventh Avenue, be
tween 124th and 135th streets, the
center of uptown life in this spraw sprawling
ling sprawling citv.
It was mismanagement of these
same businesses that forced Ro Ro-hinson
hinson Ro-hinson back into the ring and now
that he has regained the middle-
. weight championship, the people
are back, looking for him and talk-
ing about him. And along with
them comes the money,
it's a little over two months
since Robinson ought, and in that
nerind business went up -skyhigh
for him. In addition, he picked up
$20,000 for television appearances
and a magazina article. His come comeback
back comeback has .been more than worth
' "WE HAVE HAD Robinson thin thinking
king thinking strictly of business," Ernie
Brac'ca, one of his managers, says.
"It gives him a good layoff from
"fighting. He's been spending a lot
of time around his enterprises and
thev are reall; booming. This
time, tlfe money will be Kept
around, too. Nobody puts his hand
in the till. Joe Glaser (the top thea theatrical
trical theatrical booking agent who is anoth
er Robinson Manager) and myself
have reorganized things and
there'll be no more leakage, shall
Robinson's six-figure tax troub troubles
les troubles with the government should be
straightened out with the guaran
teed purse 01 $;,wu ne is 10 re receive
ceive receive for again fighting Carl (Bo
, bo) Olson; this' time at Los Ange-
i les, April M.
-After that, Robinson wants "one
for myself." That would be a New
York outdoor shot at Carmen Bast
I met Julius Helfand in Cluca
U.C.L.A. clinched at least a tie
for the Pacific Coast Conference
tlile and an automatic berth in
the N.C.A.A. championships by
turning back California, 85-80.
The same teams meet again to
night, with the Bruins favored
to wrap up the crown,
Alabama, meanwhile, clinch'
ed its first Southeastern Con-,
ference title in 22 1 years by
whipping Auburn, 93-82. How However,
ever, However, the Crimson Tide may
not represent the S. E C. in the
N.C.A.A. championships since
Us entire starting team would
Top-ranked San Francisco,
wnlch earned a N.C.A.A. bid ear earlier
lier earlier this week, extended its rec record
ord record unbeaten streak to 49 games
by walloping Pepperdine College,
68-40. The Dons grabbed a 23-0
lead In the first eight minutes
and merely went through the
motions the rest of thaway.
In the Ivy League" race, Dart Dartmouth
mouth Dartmouth moved a step closer to
the title by downing Harvard.
86-71, while Cornell surprised
Pennsylvania, 83-78. Bo Rober Rober-son
son Rober-son scored 31 points for the Big
Red, one more than teammate
go," Robinson says, "and he made
me promise that I'd bring the Ba Basilio
silio Basilio fight to New York. I said I
sure would. And you know some
thing? I think there s only o n e
man in the world who wants that
fight more than I do.. That's Basi
lio. Guess he has a pretty good
idea of what money is, too.
ROBINSON HAS DONE little of
anything except business since he
flattened Olson at Chicago, but he
is due to start a month of work at
Greenwood Lake, "N. Y., before
leaving for the coast.
His board of strategy is frankly
surprised that Olson and his" man
ager, Sid Flaherty, picked up the
option for a return bout.:
"We hear Olson's domestic trou
bles are straightened out." Bracca
says, then wj hear differently
We don't know. All we care about
is to protect ourselves by having
Kobmson ready lor anything."
It still seems strange, however
The notion here is that Carl never
got over his first meeting with
Robinson at Philadelphia, in which
he was belled out. Certainly, he
looked like anything but a tiger in
' HOW HE CAN GET himself up
for this match is a puzzler; And
how Los Angeles fight fans can
get enthused over the ,match is
even a bigger question. There is
absolutely no guarantee that Bobo
will not flop on his face and, as
Joe Di Maggio said so well, be-
come "the guy who never gets
up." And real early, too.
Yet Truman Gibson of the Inter International
national International Boxing Club feels the Ro Robinson
binson Robinson camp will exercise its priv privilege
ilege privilege of taking 30 per cent of the
net gate instead of the flat $75,000.
"It is a hot match," Gibson says.
We'd feci a lot better, if we were
a ringside ticket buyer, if Olson
nut in a tough 10 rounds against
stiff 'opponent-as-a-condttionerf or
HE SAYS THE TROUBLE start started
ed started eany in 1954 and grew increa increasingly
singly increasingly worse, hitching coaches ai ai-tnuuie
tnuuie ai-tnuuie it to the common cause,
tauity timing. In Simmons' case,
tne trouble is setting the toretooi
down bctore releasing the bail ana
rnnspouentiv oultine" more -strain
on the arm and shoulder.' That'
The shoulder hurt so Dauiy
last spring that Simmons maoe
oniv two Dn.it appearances in ex-
hioilion games and got otf to a
poor start when the season open opened;
ed; opened; ..
"After-that, tne snouiaer seem seemed
ed seemed tj be OK at tunes," he recalls,
"DUt it never ict me torget it. inc
shoulder would be stilt ancr warm warming
ing warming up. Then it would leel good.
I'u pitch and the next day the
pain would be there again.
Late last season the shoulder
seemed to ge straightening out,
aithoueh on one occasion at Wrig-
inu P'ipIH Simmons had to wait
atier pitcnmg to one batter. He
wound up with an 8 and 8 record,
had only three complete games,
his earned-run average jumped
from the 2.81 of 1954 to 4.92.
t had no snaD." recollects Sim
mons. "I lost the tail on the fast
ball. I had even less stuff alter six
or seven innings.
SIMMONS. WHO WORKED in
. ovmnasiunt hard by Philadel
phia fnr a month and then report
ed here two weeks early, has not
. ... "Oniu ahnut three
yei icv uui. v"w -----
quarters," he says.
Whitlow Wyatt has Simmons ex ex-nrrimentine
nrrimentine ex-nrrimentine with a new delivery
calculated to relieve the pressure
on his left arm and shoulder. But
the crew cut has Decn in p4m.m
for nine years. After atretch like
it' pxtremelv difficult, if not
!-,. imnossible. to at-
tempt to smooth out what was a
highly ettecuve neiy-j:i.j
.; thot camp naturally.
Mavo Smith and prescribes
throwing hard as a cure for the
adhesions, if any. The front office
insisted that Simmons do this be before
fore before signing at $20,000 plus.
-ru pwiiiM will be hurt much
mora than Curt Simmons if
lefthander doesn't cut loose.
Second Hall Standing Marl
qiud Agencies ouib
American Legion .... 3
Cerveceria P. Liquldo 0
26th Engineers ..... 0
Sienal . 221343 n i
Pan Liquldo 011022 4 8
c for in this second half.
pitcher Lane of Cerveceria 'Pan
Liquldo" has had a perfect rec record
ord record 4 losses in 4 appearances.
His latest performance -before
Hearv and Signal resulted a
lODslded 17-4 loss. The other 3
losses were to Grba (Signal) 7-6
Cheney (Glud Agencies) 5-4, and
Adams (American Legion) 7-6.
Pitchers also proved to be hitters
as Lane led ms ciuo wiu..i
in 3 attempts and Heary was
tops for Signal wun r
The box scre:
Stewart, lr j
35 17 13 18
Hamlin, ss ......
Stringer, c ::.ri
Lane, p .........
Contl. If i.
Campise, cf .....
Hoik. 3b .,
Roach, lb ........ 2
23 4 8 18
Two base hits: Hagle. Stewart,
Tingler, Lane. Three-base hits:
Wirth Home runs: Wirth. Mat Matsomoto,
somoto, Matsomoto, Hoik. Bases on balls off:
Heary 5, Lane 9. Struck out by;
Heary 3, Lane 3. Winning pitch
er: H6ry- nosing piicuei; tiiwe.
Thursday : 26th Engineers con continued
tinued continued to keep Pan Liquido com company
pany company In the cellar as they lost
thtlr fourth game In the second
half. American Legion climbed
a little closer to the top of the
league and? waits lik a hungry
vulture for one ol them to fall.
The box score:
Amer.. Legion 332 702 017 13
26th Engineers 001 000 5-6 7
Mindt. rf ..
Ab R H Po E
4 3 1 0 0
,3 2 2 8 0
5 5 9 -R n
4 2 1-1 a--0
4 0 1.' 4
TAKING A CUT -Rip Repulski, the St. Louis Cards cleanup
man last year, tears ir)to a pitch with fresh authority in the
Hank Greenberg Expects
Pretty Fair Story When
Chico Carrasquel Shows Up
NEW YORK, Mar., 3 (UP) 4-8 record with thp Giants last
Chico Carrasquel's had time tojseason but pitched two strong
write a fair-sized novel since he games against the powerful
last communicated with the! Brooklyn Dodgers toward the
Cleveland Indians so General
Manager Hank Greenberg is go going
ing going to demand "a pretty fair
story" when the slick-fielding
shortstop finally shows up for
Greenberg expressed annoy annoyance
ance annoyance at Carrasquel's continued
absence yesterday but said he
didn't know whether any disci disciplinary
plinary disciplinary action will be taken
when Chico arrives. Carrasqw!
was obtained by the Indians
last winter in a deal that sent
Larry Doby to the Chicago White
"let's wat until he gets here
and we hear history." barked
Greenberg when asked what
the Indians intended to do a a-bout
bout a-bout : Carrasnuel. The Indians
last heard from Chico two
weeks ago when they instruct instructed
ed instructed h'm to nay his own way to
Tucson, Ariz., and then be re reimbursed
imbursed reimbursed by the club.
"He may be cominer by boat."
quipped manager Al Lopez, who
is chafing because he has yet to
put his regular Infield on the
field. First baseman Vic Wertz
was granted permission to re
port late and second baseman
Bobby Avlla is a holdout. That
leaves third baseman Al Rosen
as the Indians' only regular ln-
fielder on hand.
At nearby Phoenix, Ariz.,
meanwhile, the New York Gi Giants
ants Giants received bad news from
pitcher Ramon Monzant, who
cabled them- that he has decided
not to plav baseball this year.
Monzant, like Carrasquel a na native
tive native of Venezuela, who has been
pitching ln-the Giants' chain as
well as in the Caribbean Winter
League for several years, said he
was "too tired to play this year."
It was a major blow for Man
ager BUI Rtgney because Mon Monzant
zant Monzant indicated late last year that
he might -be an effective major
league pitcher. He had only a
OUT OF DOORS
IN SOUTH DAKOTA
By AL McCLANE
. Fishing Editor
South Dakoth is a leading state
from the viewpoint of the sports sportsman;
man; sportsman; it's duck and pheasant hunt hunting
ing hunting are nationally famous.
J; Newman; lb -v. 1
Inannpr rf ....... 4
iBradley,"2b 3 3
"iVeeh, p 2 i
JiMoran, p 1
Hicks, rf ....
Sharpe, p ...
Stowell, If ..
Turk, c ... ..
Richards, lb ;
36 17 13 21 2
. .,, .;- j
3 2 1 3 2.
2 0 0 0 0i
2 0 0 0, Oj
4 0 2 0 0
..... 1 0 0 1 0
2 0 0 3 0i
.....4 11 3 0
3 1 13 1
.....2 10 5 0
.....3 0 1 11
.....10 0,0 0
.....2 11 0 0
29 6 7 21, 6
Two base hits; Bradley, Ban Banner,
ner, Banner, Green (AL l; Sharpe, Ned Ned-row,
row, Ned-row, Adams, Carlucci (Eng.) 3 3-base
base 3-base hits: Gorski (AD. Home
runs: O'Connor, 2, Hanmanjand under are commonly encoun-
4 Nelson (AL); Lopez (Eng.) Bas
es on balls off: Veeh 0, Morani
1, sharpe 6. Struck out by: Veehl
0, Moran 3, Sharpe 2. Innings
by: Vecb, 3, Moran 4,
Sharno 1. Winniho' nitrher!
Veeh.- Li---Titchei' t- fehar pei.wiUi -U ia;.sota TheJaUs.aUrun-mark..ior.rookl2 D iirst
l'Scorer; Peterkin. I ford some of the best fishing, out-'men with the 42 he hit in 1354.
close of the camoaign,
The effects of the "rubber
chicken circuit" wfre in evi evidence
dence evidence in soto other camps
with short stop Pee Wee Reese
of the Dodeers and nutf elder
Minnip Minnso of the While
Sox struck by minor in juries.
Reese suffered a pulled hack
muscle in yesterdavN workout
and will be sidelined several
davs while Mifioso twisted an
ankle in an intra-souad ame
and may have to take things
easy for several days, NeMher
Iniiiry was cons'dered serious.
Pitcher Wilmer (Vine ear
Bend) Mizell, returning from
two vears of Army servlre flash flashed
ed flashed ''overwhelminff stuff" In his
SDrlnr debut with the .St. Louis
Cardinals. He is regarded as a
c'ne h 15-game winner and a pos-
siDiiuy ror zo victories by tne
Veteran southpaw Mel par-
neus first workout with the
Boston Red Sox was described as
a comnlete: success and Parnell
himself said. "I never felt bet
ter" nfter nttchinff to the hit hitters.
ters. hitters. Parnell had a 2-3 mark last
season and has been haunted by
lnturies the last two vears.
Robin Roberts, perennial 20 20-game
game 20-game winner, fired six warmup
pitches in the bullnen and then
pronounced himself readv for
another fine season with the
Philadelphia Phillies; outfielder
Roberto Clemente signed with
the Pittsburgh Pirates to com com-nlete
nlete com-nlete theif roster1' rnnble Rill
Werber,- 25-year-oid son of it
rormer big leaeuer, continued to
impress in the Tampa, Fla.
camp of the Cincinnati Redles'J
ana the New York Yankees re remained
mained remained unsuccessful In their ef efforts
forts efforts to sign second baseman.
Billy Martin and relief pitches
jjui soutn UflKota s uiisnmg is
limited and spotty, although it is
certainly superior to that found in
several of the other plains states.
n..l r It W a.
jnere is indeed a fishery prob problem
lem problem in the state of South Dakota;
it poser a sharp clash between
man and nature With limited wa
ters that as a rule might be fish
less were it not for thj persistence
wt'tlP-nf thp -tints hava rinni
i great deal toward putting sport
I fishing well out in front.
The eastern third of the
(cast Oi the
oi ine Missouri mverj ana
the Black Hills region in the west;
provide the best fishing to be had
in the. state.
In the Black Hills there are a
number of pure, spring-fed, clear clear-water
water clear-water streams, which are: kept
stocked by the State and federal
government hatcheries that oper operate
ate operate in the region..
The streams in the Black Hills
are practically the only ones that
the propagated fish can be releas released
ed released in, and the happy result is that
you don't have to wait long be between
tween between bites. In some streams,
such a: the Spcarfish and Rapid
River, rainbow trout weighing up
to 16 pounds have been taken.
In the spring fishing, trout
weighing four or five pounds are'leaps and bounds, and they are
fairly common and those a pound
An interesting area in the north-
eastern corner of South Dakota
is Lakes Traverse and Big Stone,!
. which form the 7(1 mile horderi
ROCKY MARCIANO'S jaunt to
South America, supposedly on va vacation,
cation, vacation, has political undertones....
arranged by a Rhode Island poli politic
tic politic to foster neighborly good will.
Our gnt bacK from Australia
Ovists Olympic visitors that
bitting on tn nags Down Undtr
it vn riskier than a couplt of
bucks en trotttr. ....
Julius Helfand, getting a hefty
swag lor writing a out nis New
VorK boxing job in a national mag magazine
azine magazine (three upcoming install installments),
ments), installments), is ice cold to aiien inter interviewers
viewers interviewers ... .unless you should pique
his pride by marvelling over the
tact he never takes notes the
Com mish fancies his retentive
Why should th Ntw York
Knicks hay bn to worriid
bout Walter Oukts missing a lit little
tle little practice (and getting fined -100)?...When
he was Harlem
Globetrotter, Walt uted to do it
up resplendent missed a plane
from Hans to the States. ...
The Willie Mays vs. Duke
Snider. argument is on again, with
no better qualified authority than
the Braves' Billy Bruton spurting
right into the middle of it the
Milwaukee eenterfielder goes for
Snider on his longer experience.
....Speak-his-miind Billy also says
Ernie Banks is more valuable to
his club than Roy Campanella...
On the verge of conversion to
Catholicism is future boxing
champ Floyd Patterson.... .who's
been taking instructions tho past
Connie Mack's death revived
anecdotes about the patriarch's
trouble getting names straight....
Grove was Groves, Cochrane was
Corcoran .... but never was he
more nonplussed than the night in
1934 his all-stars on a tour of the
Orient arrived in Nagoya.... and
found Moe Berg behind the desk
at the hotel checking in the boys
in Japanese,... "Oh migosh," ma-
naged Mr. Mack
Whispers around the NBA that
a couple of old all-star standbys,
the Knicks' Harry Gallatin and
Dick McGuire, show signs of be
ing washed up have lost that
extra half step...... Jack Stephens
of the Hawks; dribbling the ball,
outran McGruire.... The pros rate
George Washington's Joe Holup
another Gallatin. ...
, Fhog Allen is giving i tthe Ben
Hogan treatment teaching his
kids to shoot basketballs...koeps
talking about "pronation" which
was the big Hogan secret, too...
The basketball pros spend most
of their time on trips playing cards
...and currently in the throes of
a wild game are the Boston Celtics
-they call it "Oh, hell" ... with1
the most avid participants being!
Bob Cousy and Bill Sharman, their
backcourt stars. ....
New heavyweight sparkler Ed Eddie
die Eddie Machen comes from an ath athletic
letic athletic family his uncle once out.
slugged Luis Firpe down Argen Argentine
tine Argentine way, and his dad was an
active pitcher at i7,;;;r.
Old sports entrepreneur Larry
McPhail must be proud of the way
his youngest, Bill, sewed up the
telecasting of pro football as a
i :rs nr us v ... IhP kirt nut m a
solid two months of negotiation to
corral every team in the NFL. ...
Between you'n'me. with Wes
Santeo hers do sport, isn't the
AAU worried about conUmina
tion when those hundreds of si
mon-purts from nearly W col colleges
leges colleges invade the marine bass for
the Quantico Relays in early
April? ...Wes is only the meet
side of trout, to be found in South
" Big Stone Lake is the deeper of
the two and has better fishingXlt
contains largeinouth bass, w a ly ly-eyed
eyed ly-eyed pike, great northerns (some'
huge ones), and introduced white
bass have been increasing by
now among the most sought-after
fishes in the lane.
(Distributed by NEA Service)
vcro ueacn, ru.-t ic.a -m
HoOCCS noias me au-iimi" nmr.e
. .'.T!".. ....... : ...a
i lit ht ien ions oi cum j.
he .till manage, slight smile and thumbs-up ""SjJ
occurred In coal hopper in Kingston, OnUrlvC.Md.. Ropj
was tied around Walters to keep him from slipping failher dowo.
into the coal pile. He was rescued alter two hours.
BATTING AVERAGES FIRST HALF
Player AB R H PO A E RBI Average
Pearson: . .. . V 2 0 1 0 0 0- 0 .500'
French. .... . 29 14 14 5 22 2 12 .483
Barbier. .... . 33 9 14 7 9 6 3 .424
Pederson. . . 31 17 13 16 18 8 2 .419
J. Morris. . Z . 22 7 8 13 7 2 .1 .364
Durfee. . . ; . 36 12 13 78 9 6 10 .362
Snodgrass. ..... 26 7 9 10 5 9 8 .346
Klamco. 9 2 3 0 10 5 .333
Bradshaw. 3 1 1 0 2 0 0 .333
Engelke J, ..... 32 9 10 .14 1 0 3 .313
McGriff, .. . ... 39 8 12 46 25 10 6 .308
Godsey. ...... 33 5 10 8 16 4 6 .303
Chase. 30 8 9 80 16 7 5 .300
Webb 30 3 9 65 19 1 1 .300
Ammirati 37 4 11 18 22 3 5 .297
Eberenz 28 18 8 5 2 2 3 .286
Musser.. . . . 28 3 8 43 2 1 1 .286
Corrtgah P. ..... 39 11 11 10 14 8 9 .282
Eastman. , . 37 8 10 14 3 2 3 .270
Days. ..... 15 5 4 7 5 2 1 .266
Hitchcock. .... 27 3 7 19 14 3 2 .259
Thompson, . 31 5 8 15 5 5 3 .258
Parker. . . 35 6 9 27 10 6 1. 57
Watts. . . i 20 5 5 0 0 1 2 .250
.Kline, , . . 13 5 3 18 1 1 1 ,231
Trower. ...... 22 3 5 10 6 ,1 1 .227.
Scott R. ...... 36 5 8 15 2 0 6 .222
Reynolds J. . . 9 2 2. 2 2 3 1 .222-,
Schwarzrock. . 32 3 7 28 24 7 2 .219
Garcia. ...... 37 15 8 17 8 4 8 .218
Seise. 29 5 6 9 7 4 4 .207 i
Frangioni. . ... 34 9 7 27 16 4 4 .206
Hcle. v. . .. . 20 5 4 8 1 2 1 .200
iStelner. 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 .200
Simms. . . : . 26 6 5 7 1 2 1 .192
Hall 16 I 3 6 2 I' 1 .184'
Corrlgan, E. . .. . 42 4 7 67 3 4 3 ".167
Laatz. ... ... 12 1 2 25 1 0 0 .167
Pearl. 6 1 1 5 2 0 0 .167'
Hadley 32 7 5 9 1 1 4 .156
Boyette. ..... 28 2 4 29 2 2 1 .155 1
Tubbs. .... . ..20 2 3 51 10 3 0 .150 J
Feeney. . .... 14 1 2 0 0 0 3 .143 1
Amato. ....... 31 6 4 15 12 1 1 .120
Morris, R. , 8 0 1 4 4 1 0 .125.
MoNall 9 1 1 2 1 1 1 .111
Chassln. f 19 6 2 19 16 2 3 .103.'
Rathgeber. . ... 20 4 2 6 8 5 0 .100
Engelke, W, . . 33 4 3 6 2 0 3 .091
Stahl. . . ... 11 0 12 11 0 .091-
Scott A. .... . 33 0 3 33 1 2 -1 .091
Sander. t . 12 4 1 32 1 0 3 .f"l
Dubois. 13 3 1 15 0 0 0 .077
Roe. .... ... 13 0- 1 5 3 I 3 0 .u7
Shock. . . ... 27 3 2 9 11 1 1 074
DesLondes 29 5 2 8 3 2 1 063
Priest. ........ 15 3 1 7 3 1 .1 .067
Marquard. .. ..11 1 0 4 4" 2 0 .000
Ruiz. . 10 3 0 1 0 0 0 .000
Cunningham 8 1 0 7 4 2-0. .000
Pajak. . 6" 1 0 1 5 1 0 .000
Culbreth. . . 5 0 0 0 0 2 0 .000
Dolan. . . . 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Corrlgan L. . . 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Womble 3 0 0 1 0 0.1 ,oot)
Crook. 3 0,0.0 0 0..0. .000
Hern 3 0 0 0 0 0 0. ,000
McGowin. ..... 1 0. 0 0 1 1 0 000
Caldwell. . . 1 :, 0 0 0 0 0 0 ,000
.McNabb., .... 10 0 .0. 0 .0 . 0 000
:Rager. v . . 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Scwart. ,1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Brockman. 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 .000
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service V
S.S. "ALMIRANTE"' .March 5
S.S. "LEON" ;, .March 5
S.S. "SIXAOLA" March 11
S.S: "TELDE" ... March 12
S.S. "TI VIVES" -.... .... .. .March 18
S.S. "MARNA" . : . ... . ........ .. . March 19
S.S. "CIBAO" ... . ... . ....... .... . .... . March 23
S.S. "SIXAOLA" April 1
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
New York Service
S.S. "SANTO CERRO" .I...
S.S. "LIMON' ........................
S.S. "CANDIDA" .. ...................
S.S. "SAN JOSE''
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Anzeles, San Francisco
' ': : and Seattle.
Special round trip tares from Cristobal to New
York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.
To New York $240.00
To Lot Angles and San Francisco .. TO-DO-To
Seattle ......... $365.00
" CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2W
i r.n uuiiiim Wallers. 57. but :
......... March 26
......... April 2
Gl STUDENTS TOUR PANAMA'S
MODERN HOMES AND BUILDINGS
WINNER In black
, s t
Army Docsr Denilsls
Gel Bonus, More Pay
For Career Service
WASHINGTON, March 3 (UP)
The House voted today to give
blpger bonuses and a better
DreaK on promotions to aoctors
and dentists who make a career
out of military service.
Rep. Paul J. Kildey (D-Tex.T
said the bill which now goes to
the Senate, should make it un unnecessary
necessary unnecessary to extend the "highly
discriminatory" doctors draft,
due to expire next year.
Under present law, military
physicians and dentists get a
$100-a-month "bonus. The bill
would raise the monthly bonus
to $150 after three years service,
$200 after six years, and $250
after 10 years.
It also would give doctors five
years" service credit for time j
spent in medical 1 school, and 1
dentists four years' credit. This
would be counted toward time
necessary for promotions, and I
vwould mean an average pay!
boost of $50 for each doctor and
dentist now in service. Doctors
now get four years' service cred
it, and dentists three years.
The bill also would mean that
doctors, after completing (their
Internship, could go Into the Ar Army
my Army and Air Force as captains
and into the Navy as lieuten lieutenants.
ants. lieutenants. Dentists could get the same
ranks after a year's experience,
either In civilian or military
Total cost of the bill was esti estimated
mated estimated at 18.5 million dollars a
year,;: 1 ;''',.,..-.
CLEVELAND, O.. March' 3
(UP) A 48-year-old woman
told police today she poured
ground glass in the milk of an
upstairs couple because they
"made too much noise."
Mrs. Dorothy Kaplan, charged
with administering poison, said
she did not Intend to harm her
neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
"I just wanted to slow tnem
down a little." she said.
CRAND RAPIDS, Mich,' (UP)
A itine-week wallpaper sales
training course, believed to be the
fust of its kind in the nation, has
been started here.
About 40 students attended the
course which covers the history ol
wallpaper, color, and how to use
it. manufacture of wallpaper,
decorating with wallpaper, hanging
wallprTr and olhcr rinses of
wallpaper' ''merchandising.- The1
, Grand Kapm.s Jioarrr or cancanon
I "i 1
and white class, MSgt. Thomas
AF Photo Contest Produces
Small But Good Exhibition
The friendly, smile and cordial
handshake belonged to Maj.
John L, Smith, Jr director of
Military, personnel. The recipi recipients
ents recipients were. tlje .four Judges being
ushered, into the Caribbean Air
Command's photography con contest
test contest held at A'brook Officers'
On hand to bid us welcome
ty chief of staff, personnel and
Administration,' and several of officers
ficers officers of his,' staff.
All pictures 'were top quality.
"Few, But' Bright." rainbow-
hued color transparency of a
clothesline against straw thatch
ed huts, by' A-2C Oscar Acosta.l
won out over the dramatic "Pan-
SUNDAY, MARCH 4
8:50 a.m. 2:41 a.m.
9:09 p.m. 3:08 p.m.
TODAY! .75 .40
Shows; 1:05 2:20 4:00
5:40 7 15 9:00 p.m.
I Soldier Of -Fortune in an
amazing true adventure!:
I IN COLOR AND
..v.. . .... XM ..V-.W 1 ji
M;SiM HIE ii
ama Canal" bejewelled and
blazing stilly under a black vel velvet
vet velvet night,1 owing to fine color
arrangement, composition, and
general photographic excellence.
Most points In the black-and-white
class were totted up by
M-Sgt. Thomas Biggens ''Hair ''Haircut"
cut" ''Haircut" a refreshingly unposed
street scene, having that all too
rare common touch.
"Dead End" the kid with the
smeary face, by S-Sgt. Alberto
C. Rlvas, came in second and
showed good structural use of
light and shadow.
Third place winner, "In the l
Still Of the Night" was a head-
cill Of the Nigra" was a head-
on, well balanced shot of the
1 S si.
THIRD In black and white class, "In the Still
L U X
0.75 aftd 0.40
Mamie Vandoren, jn
MUSICAL COMEDY IN
Shows: 1:10. 2:32. 4:15, 5:58,
r jkh. a tttt J nryrm
fl.A J NEW LOOK 1
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SECOND in black and white
Canal at night, a good subject
in color or in biack-ana-wniie.
There were fine studies of old;
stone walls and steps, a ruined
boat, and lively street scenes, all
showing good technique and
A small exhibition but a good
of the Night."
, 0.75 and 0.40
In CINEMASCOPE and
IT STARS y4 i
ALAN LAOO J
class, SSgt. Alberto C. Rivas
COLOR section winner, A2c
STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTOR or the Architectural and. Engi
Balboa, look at this example of the use of modem design and
" vv' ugQ'Buea py oiempei, pupu of the worid-iamea architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
"tpf fie people
Members of the 723rd Ordnance Battalion "B" Company, Coroial. who are enrolled1
in an Architectural and Engineering Drawing course at the Canal Zone Junior College,
recently made a tour of residential and business districts surrounding Panama City.
This educational trip" wag
part of the course -Instruction
and was designed to give the
students a practical Idea of to today's
day's today's architecture.
The class was able to observe
the present trend toward mod modernization
ernization modernization In the construction
and design used In the modern
homes and buildings of the
Panama area. .
POINTS OF INTEREST
The main points .of Interest
were the new Panama Canal
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v.i imn ii 1 1 "C linniiiiiiin., .,- 1 i , ..
THIS MODERN HOME Is one of the many studied by students at the Canal Zone Junior Col College
lege College during their field trip. Here students study the "new-look" In architecture which U
being used in many residential districts surrounding Panama City.- (U.S. Army photo)
know the truth and the
JANAHIA, R. P., SUNDAY, MARCH 4. 1956
quarters at Ancon, the Univer
sity of Panama, with its vari
ous examples of nydjrn archi architecture,
tecture, architecture, the Hotel El Panama,
the Panamanian Government
buildings and the new homes
In the .El cangrejo district,
with their ultra-modern Span Spanish
ish Spanish architecture.
Homes" designed by Stempel,
a pupil of Frank Lloyd Wright
world-famed for his strik strikingly
ingly strikingly original idesigns and by
W t I
2n7r?r- v u
neering Drawing course at the Canai Zone Junior College In
construction. This home, which Is located In the Fl r.
i i i
country is safe' Abraham Lincoln.
architects Schay and Holz'er
were special points of Interest
to the 6tudents.
Calmer A. Batalden, the ar architecture
chitecture architecture and engineering
drawing Instructor at the Jun Junior.
ior. Junior. College, was guide for the
Batalden pointed out" the
types of architecture and ex ex-plained
plained ex-plained the process and mate,
rial used In the construction
of various buildings.
TEN CENTS i
was a co-spwisor d the course. ,cz
s. i A
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DIVIDING UP THE FISH
ivypl, PELICAN claims that the square he faces
can be divided Into four equal parts by drawing
two continuous lines with three fish in each division
Can you do It?
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SPACE Is where earth's fit
man-made" satellite wiD re revolve,
volve, revolve, of course. And space is
required If you wish to utilize
the following Idea. But the space
required here is of a slightly
more down-to-earth nature the
space offered by a large open
field. The Idea is to make your
own tail-less kite which may be
hooked up in a manner that will
permit it to revolve, satellite satellitelike,
like, satellitelike, with changes of wind. Con Construction
struction Construction details are as follows:
Start with two sticks 25 Inches
long, & Inch thick, and free from
knots. One of these (A-C), called
the spine', should be stiff, and the
other (D-B), called the bow,
should be flexible for bowing and
also must balance perfectly at
(E) the exact center. Lash or
tie the two sticks (at point E)
so that the distance from the
top of the spine stick (A) to
where the sticks cross. (E) is
five inches. v
Whittle, a slit In the four ends
(A-B-C-D) to receive the stout
outline string, as shown -in the
dotted lines of the front view,
then carry this string around
from A to D and fasten securely.
The framework is now ready to
be covered. Lay the frame with
the bow side on the covering
paper and cut this one inch
larger than the outline string
with a little extra to allow for
slight looseness at points F and
O. Fold the one Inch hem over
bffl 8 At
the outline string and paste se securely
curely securely In place and allow to dry.
A single string is cut the
length of distance B to E to C
to form the bridle string (I-J).
One end is brought through the
paper7 and attached where the
two sticks cross and the other
end is fastened at point C, The
flying string (L) Is fastened to
the bridle at point K. Next tie
a bow string (H) In back of the
kite at B and D, and the bow
stick Is bent so that the distance
11 to E is 4Vi Inches.
The kite will fly by itself fas fastened
tened fastened to a stake or stump with a
fisherman's swivel (small Inset).
TOPSY-TUKVY BIRTHDAY TEST
EVERYONE agreed they were
having a wonderful time at
the birthday party and they were
all delighted when the artist an announced
nounced announced that she would draw a
picture of the guest of honor
while the party was going on.
When the picture was finished,
however, there were a great
many gasps and raised eyebrows,
for Included in the drawing, ob obvious
vious obvious for everyone to see, were
ACCORDING' to one old saying,
Marh is a month that comes
in like a lion and goes out like
a lamb. Another old saying
makes the following comment,
presented here in the forrd of a
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takes. mistakes. No one knew just what
to say or do.
"Oh, don't look so concerned,"
laughed the artist "I decided to
have some fun with you by mak making
ing making the drawing into a game.
I've put 22 errors Into the pic picture,
ture, picture, purposely you see, to find
out who has the sharpest eyes."
Of course, a great sigh of re relief
lief relief went up from the worried
guests and they
about finding the
many of the 22 in
the picture, left,
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A CALF and a colt cost $150,
the calf costing $26 less
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the calf? nrjRuop
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Greetings of the Season in Dots
WHAT can you draw for the line from dot to dot consecutive consecutive-squirrel
squirrel consecutive-squirrel to see? Clue: It ly to dot 19.
heralds a change of season. Color the picture appropriate
Beginning at dot 1,' draw a ly afterward.
Figure It Out
FILL IN THE 6 RIVERS
TVHEN Freek'a Famous Cir-
" cus recently exhibited in
Podunk tho cages containing the
animals were arranged as follows
during the performance: J. Tiger.
2. Panther. 3. Mystery Cage. 4.
Wolf. 5. Lion.
All the creatures In the five
cages had a total of six heads,
18 legs and five tails. The four
ftAlmals named, that is, those in
cages 1, 2, 4 and 5, have a total
of four heads, 16 legs and four
tails. Thus there were missing
two heads, two legs and one tail,
which belong to the occupants of
the mystery cage, No. 3. What
can they be? vwt 9a0 pn8
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name of the
group is at the
bottom it has
There is at
least one jset of
in which one letter may be taken from each name
to spell out an appropriate word reading from top
to bottom. After you've found the rivers, see if
you can And such a word.
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a lion and a
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tasks to develop
cold feet But
' Professor None Nonesuch,
such, Nonesuch, shown at
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make his way
back to camp.
travels on foot
until he meets up
with his -faithful
came who Is
waiting for him
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cross his own
path at any point
Helping Yourself This Is a Brain Tnistei
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Prospecting for Atomic Min Minerals,
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The Stamp Collectors' Ency Encyclopedia,
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ton Sutton (Philosophical Library, 350
pages; ?6). General handbook of
terminology in International
philately for the advanced col collector's
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the key words
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tice Notice there are four ellipses marked A, B, C and D.
Thirteen numbers have already been inserted.
Remember, a number Is to be placed at each of
the intersections presently unmarked. The total,
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It's Your Move
By Eugene Sheffer
1 Jonathan was his beloved
friend (1 Sifm. 18:1)
ft How many brothers did Joseph
have? (Gen. 42:3)
8 One of the cities of Judab
. (Josh. 15:42) l
16 Ruth's mother-in-law (Ruth
19 Cudgels. 7
20 Greek letter.
21 Caressive touch.
25 Bishopric. 1
28 Whais the fourth book of the
30 Dnube tributary.
31 Largest continent.
32 No man can serve two what?
35 Metric land measure.
39 What high priest's sons served
Belial? (1 Sam. 2:12)
40 Plant seed.
41 The name by which Peter,
called Dorcas when he raised
her from the dead (Acts 9:40)
i 50 Midday.
,55 Eating a restricted menu.
59 Silkworm. .
60 Legal science.i
' 61 Large deer.
63 Italian-make violin.'
6.-Stray from truth.
67 Islands (poetic)
69 Biblical valley (Judg. 16 A)
70 Female ruff.
74 Mineral veins.
3 Necessary to life.
4 Cyprinoid fish.
5 Abhor. '
6 Bed canopies.
7 Epoch, '
8 What Is a title of the sixty sixty-first
first sixty-first Psalm?
- 9 Peculiar to particular locality."
11 Dwelling place. 1
12 Live coal.
13 Soars aloft
22 Biblical city (1 Car. fi;70)
29 Fly ins mammal
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' 33 Wing.
36 What king of Judah had peace
for 35 years of his reign? (2
38 Female sheep.
42 Interest (abbr.)
43 Resembling pedal digit
44 Hour (L.) .
REPEAT aloud as rapidly as
you are able;
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Bing Bloor blow big blue
The sick shlek sheared six
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45 Replies. 53 Defensive equipment
48 Commanded. 64 Headdress.
47 Bucket. 66 Lazed.
48 What is the 26th book of the -57 Female relative.
Old Testament? 58 Exploits.
49 Steep flax. 64 Spread for drying.
52 What did Paul shake off Into 1 66 The turmeric.
the fire? (Acts 28:5) 68 Sign of hit play.
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board. White, moving upboard,
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NETTING A WINNERLovely Hollywood actress Donna
' .': survived shell and fire in South Korea's Pagoda park, AMERICAN CARS FOR CARACAS D E ALE RS Waiting to be delivered, American automobiles rest on a pier at La Gua- Reed models a white net and red satin evening gown
- near Seoul. Buddha fides on the back of a stone turtle, ra, Venezuela, ine cars are neaaing wr oeaiers m Caracas, ine Rooming economy Venezuela ana me dPm ex. Heart-shaped corselette is enhanced with a rose. Draped
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GRIME DOESN'T PAY In real life, they say, but it certainly pays off inal paintings, brasses, etchings and antiques. Conte does a little paint
Jn the movies, as star Richard Conte would' be quick to agree, ing of his own and spends some between-pictures time In his large 11-
Well-known for his rough guV roles, Conte, along with hl wife end. brary. In the dining room, Conte studies his script. On the polished old
ton, Mark, lives in a "hideout" that reflects his love of luxury, The mahogany table are -fine antique candlesticks and on the, wall is his
house, itself, nestles among huge old sycamores in awanky Beverly collection of mugs and rare prints. Despite a busy schedule, he plays
Hills, Inside the house is part of Conte's large collection of rare, rig a lot with his son. This doesn't sotond much like a movie gangster.
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A HEARTY GREETING Beyerly Neal of Miami wants everyone to know that she hopes
they have lots of valentines on that day. To help out, she is sending one of her own.
NORWAY'S NEWEST The Ber gensfjord, Norway's largest luxury liner, ncars comple completion
tion completion at Wallsend-on-Tyne, England. The flagship will make maiden voyage to United
""States tn June. Automatic etabilutr kwp.hcr-jDn even. -ltccLeYenin .FPi-'Sh.wppthcr
THIS IS THE WAY these three old-timers settle the problems of the younger
generation in "Suds in Your Eye'r the Theatre Guild's next production which opens
jbomorrow at the Guild Workshop at Ancon for six consecutive nights. Shown sharing
PL convivial beer are (I. to r.) Miss Tinkham, (Claude Aycock), Nora Feeley (Mary
Po'gham) and Mrs. Rasmussen (Betty Hutchinson.) : -
More Pidorcs and Story, Pages 2 & 3
PANAMA, R. T., SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 195G
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EDITOR'S NOTE: The Theatre Guild's newest produc production
tion production opens tomorrow at the Guild Workshop at Anron. It will
run lor sis consecutive nights. Ticket at $1 each may be ob obtained
tained obtained at the door, but reservations must he made early by
calling Mrs. Hoyle at Balboa 1515. Here Is one viewer s descrip description
tion description of what rehearsal she attended was like.
Beinc one' of those persons who
is fascinated by tne make Dciieve
! maeie of the play as it comes over
!the footlights on opening night it
er into a rehenrsal of tne comedy
er into a rttiersal of the comedy
"Suds In. Your Eye" at the Thea
tre Guild Playhouse.
Stagelighls beat down on a white
gate standing in the middle of the
stage. On one wall is a chalked
circle with the word bulf. scraw scraw-Plotnikoff,
Plotnikoff, scraw-Plotnikoff, general stage manag manager
er manager and general everything else,
staggers across the stage carrying
something that is. of a certainty,
supposed to represent anything but
what it acutally is.
CHINATOWN repairs some of the merchandise In the family junk yard despite the unhelpful
suggestions of customer Reynolds (Jack Boggs) and tax collector Fitzgerald (James Nicely).
A quite ordinary stool lo one
side becomes a cigar store indian,
the word "bull" Is w-iere a bull's
head will go, eventually, and a
wall supposedly erected out '? of
500 beer bottles, a monument to
the heroine's dear, dead husband,
just isn't represented by anything
at all, yet.
Sadly, Alex explains that they
ha vp located a bull's head but the
owner loves it like a son and would;
sooner part wun a tniro cousin
than let it out of his sight and,
'vps thpv hv located a ciear
store indian somewhere in David,
bat the owner loves it like a son,
and etc. I
At his moment a small boy it
jeans wheels a bicycle on stag
yelling," Paper, buddy?"
All offstage actors clap enthu enthusiastically
siastically enthusiastically "Hold it!" calls a voice. Wir)
Roy Xllickenhaus bounds from th
back of the darkened auditorium
He is director of "Suds In yom
Eye." An adjustment is made and
the rehenrsal is resumed. Roy look:
around. "Where's the first work
er?", No first worker. No secont
worker either, as far as we ar
gather and that goes for th
Chinese nephew of the Irish junk
dealer as well as several Spanish
"Come next week vtryborfy at
tends rehersahOor else?'' or else'!
Roy. "This play opens in thre
weeks!" All members present tool
virtuous, Cynthia Matthews, promp
ter, reads the lines for abseni
members. Mary Brigham, as Mrs
Feely, wife of the defunct junk
dealer, who has built-in beei
thirst, and Claude Aycock as Miss
Tinkham, the gently off-c e n t p i
spinster go through a give-and-take
of some fairly funny repartee.
Varous act6rs are cued on and
off stage. There is some 'difficult)
in the fixing the location of non nonexistent
existent nonexistent props in their minds and
there is a good deal of walking
ASSEMBLY-LINE FEEDING Just placed on public exhibition,
two rare hybrid bear cubs, two months old, are bottle-fed at the
Washington, DC, loo. The cubs' parents are also hybrids, off-j
spring of an Alaskan brown bear and a polar bear. Third tubj
In the litter died. .-- -
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Sunday Atneticaa SufpSentci
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SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1G
tlirouch tables, walls and suchlike. The rehersal comes to an end f
John McTaggert. Army medic. Andrwith a prompter who, one suspects,i
juvenile lead breezes through a! would be talking to herself if she
love scene with Pat Lee, rust-jhad ary voice left. Betty Hutchin-ji
haired dimpled, Gorgas Hospitals son. who plays Mrs. Rasmussen,'
nurse, then sits down only to jump noeraiea uanisn, moiner-uiiaw,
tip immediately at a cry, of an
guish from Roy Glickenhaus.
"That's the indian you're sit sitting
ting sitting on," Roy informs him coldly.
Roy soothes a case or two of
stage jitters. .Discussion comes up
about whether to keep the word
'pregnant" in the line- "brefoot
-and pregnant." It is agreed that
the word has become quite re respectables
spectables respectables i n c e emancipation.
"Yeah!" glooms an objector. "But
there might be somebody in the
audience"-who isn't so respectable.
How will he like ill"
will probably speak in an accent!
that slides bacic and lortn with
happy impartiality between Huga Huga-rian
rian Huga-rian and Danish with overtones of
Yiddish, for some time to come.
Roy Glickenhaus runs a tired
hand through his hair ahd hopes
aloud that someone will clear out
the coke bottles and beer cans so
the cast may be able to navigate
with reasonable safety on its re-
urn to rehenrsal, Monday.
All in all, it has been a very
JOHN McTAGGERT has woman trouble.
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witii hair over face, and son-in-law (Angus Matheney),. i
lose your shirt
( and lic:pit en!
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' N SPANISH TEACnCB Kate (Patricia Lee) finds her class of assorted students a bit unwieldy.
SUNDAY- MARCH. -4, 195C Si.i:y bssisa Sir;!cn:r:t s. AGE THJiJ
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Iniermhsion Potatoes Stalled- i
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By POCGLAS LARSEN and KENNETH O. GILMORE
By Victor Riesel
HEARD ON TIIIS BEAT:
FBI agents have been neerina
under some Big Tops these pastj
lew months seeking out a couple!
vi muscic men wno movea in on
the carnival field and set them themselves
selves themselves up as a union. They're on
the run now, after having threat threatened
ened threatened to drive a stake into the
skulls of the legitimate labor peo people
ple people in the field. 1
And a bubbling field it is. The'
American Guild of Variety Artists,'
led by comedians Jackie Bright
and Joe E. Lewis, who are mighty
serious in their union work, has
succeeded in signing up some of
the most fascinating unionists in
the world. And this with the back backing
ing backing of AFL-CIO president George
Meany, who loves his vaudeville
as much as his golf having been
raised on the hard 25-cent seats
of the old Bronx Opera House.
In recent weeks AGVA has led
off the organizing drive by signing
vp a tribe of north woods Indians,
12 professional '"tree climbers"
and a number of dogs retriev retrievers.
ers. retrievers. All these perform at sports sportsmen's
men's sportsmen's shows. The union's member membership
ship membership cards are actually listed in
the dogs' names and it costs
the canines $109 each to join.
The barking members of AGVA
include Lassie and Km Tin Tin.
Each doggone dues card lists the
name of the canine and its trainer
and reads, for example, "Lassie"
(oer Trainer. John Doe). There's
a big membership potential in all
this. One carnival just signed by
the union is the Royal American
Shows, the world's biggest". It
moves in 110 railroad cars.'
Next on the list is the Barnum
and Bailey Circus. Down in Miami
Beach, its owner, John Ringling
North, met with AGVA chief Jackie
Bright, Teamsters Union official
Jimmie Hoffa and his colleague
Harold Gibbons. Hoffa acted on
Dave Beck's suggestions. They
said no contract, no opening of
the circus in New York's Madison
Square Garden. The circus is con
sidered a non-union shop by la
The showdown between the air
craft industry and the AtL-uiu
Machinists-Auto Union coalition is
more important than jrou think.
Thic lahnr pnalition. soarked by
the International Assn. of Machin
ists, has literally started a two
front war on the airplane and
iiii,lwl .missiln industrv. On" the
east coast they'f fighting for a
10 percent increase, un ine wra
coast, in Southern California, the
unions have opened their: cam cam-noicn
noicn cam-noicn for a as hour week.
The Machinists cover three quar quarters
ters quarters of the fieM. A 35 hour week
victory would set the pace for all
h.ouv industry bargaining across
America and many major con
tracts covering millions 01 wur
erg expire between now and June
Walter Reuther has postponed his
trip to India for a short time. He
planned to take off early in March.
But he had called a convention
of the now famous AFL-CIO In Industrial
dustrial Industrial Union Dept., which has
all labor, industry and govern government
ment government officials intrigued. This ses session
sion session was scheduled for the end
of this month. Many union chiefs
couldn't make it. So now it's set
for March 7 or 9 in Washington.
Reuther and his aides are work working
ing working on a program for this de department
partment department which has 7,000,000 mem
bers and a monthly income of
Jl.400,000. The program w still
highly secret. .
Annarpntlv "Riilhr in aus
tere these days. He's the only ma major
jor major labor leader ,1 haven't seen
in a bathing suit and he almost
tnnlr (hp nliincrA in Miami Beach.
But ne s mingling tnese days
and has oeen seen in ourerem
costumes these past few weeks,
when ho attAnriprf an Auto Union
civil rights conference in Grand
Rapids last monto, ne went om
mil Hnnneri a hnpe sandwich tick
et sign, parading with strikers be
fore Lear, inc., makers m suviau
instruments. He took a flying trip
fi. th Roll Aircraft local in Texas
W bIV r-rK-m mm
and arrived by Helicopter, inen
he put on huge ten-gallon Texas
.nnKnm md HispnsspH the mer-
its of cowboy boots. Next he u
even smoae. .
ru. iiiiMi't inHonmrtoat unions.
IUC WHW I ,
who Jiope to compete with the
aft .no hae set Sect.
ilAill T V .
26 as 4heir merger convention
dale. They have unions in the ou,
telephone, electrical, meat pack-
mg, dairy, cneimw, ;
auto and aircraft industries They'll
meet in uncago 5 noiei p-
... iVila mnnth in.
maian inmu wiw
Communist leaders of Caribbean
into the Russian Embassy in Mex-
ico Uty. xney aiscusscu
in again on Guatemala. All this
will be boefore President Eisen-
hower and nis ami nm.v...
guests wnen tney raw.
What Are They Doing Now Dept.;
Remember Dr. Irving Peress, the
V I s ... -v. h Vav figure
demist .- -i'rirthv.
Army feud? Well, the last time I
saw Peress, he was moving his
office irom o u'syu "Vi" j
York, a huge building. He had
T . u n.ir with-
been were ior
out his name on the door on m
the bulletin listings.
He pulled up stakes and dental
chairs wnen ne uce
threatening oie u
This is the second Ume he nas
WASHINGTON fNEA Lent. I
aim ine enieriainment rece.u which
it brings, didn't arrive a day too:
soon tor uiis party-jaded com-:
A lot of the town's brass, in
cluding President Eisenhower,
decided that it was also time to
duck south for some rest.
While Ike was trying out his coif
clubs in Georgia for the first time
since his heart attack Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles tested
some new spinning reel gear off
the island of Abaco in the Ba Bahamas.
hamas. Bahamas. :
Attorney General Herb Brownell
had gotten in his sun session
earlier in Puerto Rico. i
Of course Secretary of Treasury
George Humphrey was entertaining
ine at his Georgia Milestone Plan
And. with practically nobody left
worth having a party for.
hostess Gwenn Cafritz decided to
go to Nassau.
A man must be mirhtv careful
in an election year, as Rep. Jerry
Ford (R Mich.) well knows. A
couple of days ago Rep. Hamer
Budge (K-idaho) struggled into
Jerry's office fugging a bushel of
"Got some of the best Idahos
you ever tried Jerry" Hamer said.
"Well don t bring those spuds in
here," Jerry said, firmly easing
Hamer out of his office. "They also
grow potatoes in my district. Only
the Michigan variety agrees with
the Ford family."
After being introduced at a din-j
ner the other night as one of the
youngest men eve; to serve in the
U.S. Senate, 37-year-old Sen. Rus Russell
sell Russell B. Long (D-La.) blew his top
"Aren't they ever going to let
me .grow up?" he stormed. "I'll be
carried to my grave with the title
Af 'that Iwrn CanAP1'.
An attache at the Philippine em embassy,
bassy, embassy, Lt. Col. Deogracias F.
Caballero, has a remarkably
intelligent wife. At a cocktail party
she made the following statement:
"American husbands help their
wives around the house by doing
such chores as1 changing diapers,
washing dishes and cooking, more
than any other men in the world."
: Naturally there were loud cheers
from every American male in the
"But that's why they die sooner
than their wives," the Colonel
Other day an elderly couple
stood in front of a downtown photo
studio admiring a huge picture of
a family on disnlay.
"They're such a wonderful look looking
ing looking ail-American family," the
It's probably just as well that
she didn t know it waa the family
portrait of Aleksander I. Zinchuck,
first secretary at the Soviet em
A few nights ago the Japanese
embassy tossed an official fancy
party honoring departing Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador Sadao Iguchi. However, as is
traditional, when the official guests
all loft, members of the embassy
siau locxcd tne doors.
They put away the Martinis,
Manhattan and nlhpr a
refreshments. Out came the hot
sake Japanese rice wine, and
Japanese beer. Trays of sembi,
cas.es cooxed in wild seaweed,
were served. And huee nlatterc nf
tempura, a Japanese shrimp, were
It was close to dawn hpfnro this
second-stage party rocket fizzed
Postmaster General Arthur Sum Sum-merfield
merfield Sum-merfield is really steamed by the
rhubarb over whether a new me mechanical
chanical mechanical stamp-selling machine
he's about to put in post offices
should say "thank you" after the
There are charges that it was a
waste of money to add a record
device to the gadget to mechani mechanically
cally mechanically tjtaflk the customer.
''What's -wrong with Uncle Sam
being courteous to stamp buyers?"
he demands. "The manufacturer
put the device on the first ma machine
chine machine free but if the public wants
to be thanked the post office will
pay to put it on the rest of the
When anyone gets excited in the
presence of Sen. Estes Kcfauver
(D-Tenn.) these days he advises:
"Be like me. I'm always a
bundle of relaxation."
Walter Winichell I ir Wew York
II 1 111 IfvLT A rT-CT-Tr 1
STAR LIGHT, STAR BRIGHT!
Kim Stanley, who called the crit crit-tcs
tcs crit-tcs "fatheads" (in an interview),
will challenge them to a new dra drama
ma drama titled "A Clearing in the
Woods." (End of Communique) .
Shirley Jones, practically an un unknown
known unknown a year or less ago, is now
starring in two Broadway films
. . Kim Novak has arrived at last.
She's the subject in four scandal
mags . "18 Tons," one of the
biggest song hits in eons, is hav
ing tons of censor troiible on Brit British
ish British networks. Many of the lines
scissored . The Sardi Set is sure
the Pulitzer Medal will co to "In "Inherit
herit "Inherit the Wind" . In ''Mr. Won Wonderful"
derful" Wonderful" Jack Carter sings "With "Without
out "Without You," which is the title of a
ditty rendered in "My Fair Lady"
by Rex Harrison and Julie An Andrews
drews Andrews . Terence Ratigan is re
ported miffed at the brush-off
given him during that Sir Laurence-Marilyn
He merely wrote the film ..
How to start a war: Joan Collins,
who hails from. London, announced
"The British do not really know
how to handle sex" Lines that There aren't many sounds pret-
stay in the ear; When Shirley Mac- tier than "June Is Bustin' Out AU
La ine is suddenly kissed by John' oyer" in the "Carousel" movie
Forsythe (in "The Touble Wlthl. .... Those Academy Award nomi-
Harry") and giggles: "I've got a j nations on teevee rate an Oscar
for boredom ... Stars are movie
fans just like people. Gary Cooper
is one of Audrey Hepburn's
Why everyone tries to write
songs. One of the writers ot uo
On With the Wedding" is the jani
tor at Nashville's Grand Old Opry.
The other two are dump truck dri
vers . "The Zicgfeld Follies"
will have a cast of 66 . Cyd
Charisse's big secret ambition: To
be Gable's leading lady in a film
. . In his forthcoming epic, "Sere
nade." Mario Lanza has an
emotional scene displaying his re
nowned temperament. Storms off
stage during his New Yorn operai
ic debut and wings to Mexico
critic was consorting with the ene enemy.
my. enemy. "We all," he said, "like the
same thing. Good theatre." Well,
what is good theatre? A critic's
definition may be an actor's obitu obituary
ary obituary The reason given by a
midwest hotel for firing Lu Ann
Simms: "We knew they didn't like
her act. They didnt stop eating!"
. . If Lu Ann is paid up with the
Actor's Union she can collect big
... "Debut" is one of the few
shows to make the long journey
from Summer stock to Broadway
. The characters in Paddy Chay-
efsky's dramas temind you of Clif Clifford
ford Clifford Odets' earlier plays . Con
stance Smith, former zanuck
actress (now in Italy) will marry
again shortly. He is Michael Self,
a writer, working on the Marlene
Dietrich film, "Monte carlo. "; con
stance was recently wed to Brit
ish actor Brian Forbes . Russell
Moore of Lester Lanin s crew mar married
ried married Princess Pawlas of Wiscon
sin's Oneida Tribe . Teepee-
ancholy title, is a gay thing .
Cesare. Siepi sings three perform performances
ances performances next week at the Met Opera.
Something of a record, they say
. . No honeymoon for Hal March
and Candy Toxton. Move into their
new 5th Avenue manse very soon
. Gisele Mackenzie, the nightin nightin-gal,
gal, nightin-gal, declared: "My dream man is
a combination of Ed Murrow and
Gregory Peck." Gad! That's the
perfect description of W. Winchetl!
short fuse. Light me!"
Linda Christian is said to be un unhappy
happy unhappy about Tyrone Power's Lond-'
on appearance. He is. working far
below his film wage. The divorce
terms give her a percentage of his
income ... Eva Gabor says she
bought that new 15-karat diamond
'ring, but insiders suspect it came
iirom mcnew nean, ur. jonn wu wu-Uiams
Uiams wu-Uiams . Nothing new under the
sun deDt.v "The Big Pond," a
Paramount film, produced about
25 years, had M. Chevalier coming
to the U.S. to introduce his new
invention: Liauor-flavored tooth-
' paste. Now the rage here ... Five
chaps from Zulu tribes now make
recordings in N.Y. ... Call them themselves:
selves: themselves: "The Manhattan Brothers"
. . The CBS-TV "You Are There
program made a hefty settlement
out of court with Joe Kugelmass
over alleged plagiarism . Sing
"The Rock and Roll Waltz" then
"Tennessee Waltz" 1 See if
there's much difference.
Nancy Walker of "Fallen An-
pcls" thanked critic Hawkins for
; his good notice. He replied that he
i cmilH not understand why actors
behave as if associating with a
Stars who visit New ork to
exploit their pictures frequently
endure over fifty radip-tecvee andi
newspaper interviews in a week.
Quite an ordeal ... Why Susan
Havward's acting in "I'll Cry To
morrow" rings true. She visited
jails and studied the unfortunates
who had one drunK-ioo-mucn .
l isten to the wav Lena Home cud
dies uo to "Vi hat's Right For You."
It's rieht for everybody .-. v Poor
People of I'll," despite its mel
Att'n Rown tt Martin-," the new
comics we paragraphed about the
other morning: Contact Dan
othei day: Contact Dan
Friendly at the Palace on Broad Broad-work
work Broad-work there, he telegraphs . The
Empress Hotel, (Miami Beach)
paid Hoagy Carmichael $5,000 for
a week, "just to keep its night club
filled." The hotel has under 300
rooms . Success Story: Billy
Goodheart, co-founder of Music
Corp. of America, retired to a
farm 15 years ago at the age of
40. He is in N.Y. on a vacation
. . March 17th is the date for the
annual Polo Ball at swanky La
Coquille, Palm Beach. Proceeds
to the Runyon Cancer Fund. Hen Henry
ry Henry Ford II will be emcee. Guests
will buy gold keys to fit the first
prize, a Caddy. The owner of the
key that fits the car wins it. A
new gimmick to do away with auc
tions, bids, etc. Clever? . B'way
has a new pianist; whose name is
Rodgers & Hammcrstein are en enjoying
joying enjoying another last laugh. Their
"Pipe Dream" reaches the 100th
perf tonight. Still Standing Room
Only Ted Browne's Calypso
songs at the Crazy Bear (on 6th
near 55th) lure stay-ups . Greg Gregory
ory Gregory Peck's first name is ackchelly
Eldred . the "Mr. Wondc r f u 1
cast calls Sammy Davis, J"s.
father: "Sammy Davis, Jr., Sr.,"
... Fancy Dan Dept: Brooks At Atkinson's
kinson's Atkinson's wordage: "A rather con contemptible
temptible contemptible parvenu." (He means up upstart)
start) upstart) i The tragic suicide-attempt
by young actress Joyce Rob Roberts
erts Roberts (who was banned from the
Rehearsal Club' on 53rd Street
over the bad publicity) recalls the
theme of ''Stage Door," the hit.
Fiction come to life . Begin Beginning
ning Beginning of the End: When she starts
kalling you" Darling instead of
Sweetheart The. Torch: The
Slow Burn after The Big Brush.
, SUNDAY; MARCH 4, I'M ; ;
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WHO'S AFRAID OF HIM? Napoleon, done In snow, delights
these youngsters in Champaign, III. The large showman-statue
of the French conqueror was built by the fathers of Valerie Llnne,
2V4, left, and Stephen Wood, 5. .,-,-
ORDER FROM "MADAME MOLOTOV"-This float depicts.
Soviet Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov as a superbosomed matron
telling a symbolic figure of West Germany to take off his army
helmet. It is aimed at Russian efforts to prevent the rearming
of West Germany. The float was entered in the Rose Carnival
Parade at Cologne, Germany.
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THE 1956 PRESIDENTIAL election campaigns are
off to an early start with President Eisenhower's
oeaun apparently ine dominant issue.
PANAMA CANAL PILOTS asked for and got
permission to ouadruDle their orieina! half-million
dollar suit against their boss, the Panama Canal Co.
Yesterday, Democratic chairman Paul Butler ore- Th. n hi, v, ium i,i,
Today, Republican National Chairman Leonard Hall
said Democratic use of the health issue would boom boomerang
erang boomerang and, they would lose votes.
Hall strongly indicated a belief that the President
had stolen Democratic campaign thunder by his
frankness in discussing his physical limitations.
Hall aloo said the Republicans contemplated using
the health issue against President Roosevelt in 1944
but concluded it would be in bad taste and would
Nevertheless, a whispering campaign about the late
President's health forced Mr. Roosevelt to undertake
some barnstorming In an attempt to silence the health
Hall also scoffed at Ideas that Vice-President Nixon
would be dumped from the Republican ticket this fall.
He said Mr. Eisenhower were merely observing the
proprieties by withholding endorsement of Nixon as a
running mate until after the presidential nomination
in August. ) i
A Congressional supporter of Nixon Representa Representative
tive Representative Patrick J. Hillings of California challenged any
Republicans who oppose Nixon to come out in the
open. Hillings said no responsible Republican official
had expressed any hostility toward the vice-president.
He charged that Nixon was the victim of a smear
campaign by Democrats and left-wingers.
Republican Senator William Knowland of California
abandoned his presidential hopes todav in view of Mr.
Eisenhower's willingness to run. But Knowland warn warn-e
e warn-e l his party the 1956 election isn't in the b even
with Mrv Eisenhower on the ticket.
President Eisenhower has sent best wishes to Pope
Pius on his 80th birthday. .. And hopes that the Pon Pontiff
tiff Pontiff will have many more years of devotion to free freedom
dom freedom and peace.
The cablegram also said the President was arrang arranging
ing arranging to have a personal representative at the official
birthday ceremonies on March 11th. Mr. Eisenhower
asked John Mlccone. a businessman from Los Angeles,
will act in his behalf that day.
Four Canadian air force jet fighter planes collided
in a close-formation dive 25 miles south of Strasbourg.
France. At least three and possibly all four pilots were
killed in the accident. Canadian air .force officials say
all four F-86 Sabrejets. based in Germany, were on a
training mission at the time.
An airplane has crashed and burned about eight
miles north of Okmulgee, Oklahoma, and first reports
say several persons were killed. The Okmulgee Country
sheriffs office says several ambulances and fire trucks
have been sent to the scene along with state and local
police units. The crash occurred about 30 miles south
of Tulsa, near the Okmulgee Airport.
The Senate Investigation of the activities of oil lob lobbyist
byist lobbyist John Neff has ended, with a sharp conflict in
testimony. Iowa Republican committeeman Robert
Goodwin told the committee that Neff tried to give 25 25-hundred
hundred 25-hundred dollars tor the state GOP campaign fund for
Senator Bourke Hickenlooper. Neff swore he did not.
Now, Neff's attorney, and two other lawyers filed for formal
mal formal affidavits, challenging various parts of Goodwin's
testimony. Goodwin took the stand again and stuck
bv his previous statements. Committee counsel Charles
Steadman hinted that the Justice Departmen may be
railed in. : -. : ;
The Naional Farmers' Union has ureed Congress to
legislate a boost of about 25 pee cent in the average
level of Tarm prices. The union's nresldent, James Pat Pat-ton,
ton, Pat-ton, told the House Agriculture Committee that price
supports should be made a must for allfarm commodi commodities
ties commodities at 100 per cent of narity. He said farmers should"
be sivep that return either through covernment price
supports or direct government subsidy payments.
A Neero Congressman took a potshot at the Presl-
iM-ni ioaay on trie metal issue.
Democrat Adam Clayton Powell of New York said independence But it requires the North African land
that instead of shooting ouail in Georgia recently, it to maintain so-called "bonds of interdependence" with
nave ueen peuer h vne rrexicippt soent that France
Despite the declaration, violence continued In Mo Morocco.
rocco. Morocco. Six French foreign legionnaires were killed and
13 wounded in a clash with rebels near the Riff moun
In the Middle East, Britain suffered a, blow to Its
In U.S. District Court Friday their motion to amend
the original suit was allowed and they are now ask asking
ing asking for $2,147,000 $28,250 for each pilot.
They claim the Canal owes them for overtime,
holiday, travel time, night differential and basie
pay since July 1, 1951. Their suit was filed three
'. years later.
Joining local attorney Charles Ramirez on behalf of
the pilots is a Washington lawyer, William Tyson, now
on the Zone. ;
Earlier in the week the Governor was one of seven
witnesses questioned by the attorneys in the overtime
pay suit. Depositions were taken from Frank Munroe,
Jr., Edward Doolan, E. C. Lombard, H E. Turner, Leo Leonard
nard Leonard Wolford and Mrs. .A. Cawl, in addition to the
A Jury trial was waived because both sides agreed
the jurors would be "too prejudiced."
The question as to whether it is legal to pro prosecute
secute prosecute in the Canal Zone after a period of more
than three years have elapsed since the cmmis-
sion of a crime, was beind debated in U S. District
Court in the case of Jasper G. McCatty. convicted
last month of burglarizing the' Madden Dam Com Commissary
missary Commissary back in 1948.
McCatty was sentenced to spend 18 months in the
penitentiary on his plea of guilty. Acting for the de defendant;
fendant; defendant; attorney David Robles filed a petition chal challenging
lenging challenging the court's jurisdiction.
The freedom of the burglar now depends on the
interpretation of section 64 of title 6 of the Cana'. Zone
criminal code. The matter was continued until next
A damaged sui against the Panama Canal Co. was
settled for $17,000 in District Court. It was brought by
the United Fruit Co. which sought to recover dam damages
ages damages suffered o the S.S Antigua, which on Feb. 10
struck the center wall at the Pedro Miguel l ocks caus causing
ing causing damages which amounted to over $18 000. The
Fruit Co. charge negligence and unskillfull handling
during the transit.
An unusual accident to the Anna Maersk resulted in
the 10.200-ton cargo shin being backed down the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa channel stern first after the shin had run a a-ground.
ground. a-ground. An earlier accident when the- shio began her
southbound transit occurred when she hit the center
of the Gatun lock wall. A faulty steering gear, which
apparently only failed for a short time, was blamtd
for the accidents:
George A. Rowland was named to head Local 00,
GCEOC, AFL and CIO's Atlantic region branch. He
has been authorized bv the administrative commit committee
tee committee of the local to appoint the people he wants to help
him in rebuilding membership on the Gold Coast.
John Eberenz. member of a well-known Canal Zone
family, died suddenly on his 43rd birthday. Mr. Eber Eberenz
enz Eberenz cbllansed in Cocoll shortly after his birthday cele celebration.
bration. celebration. The 43-year-old American was emDloyed by
the Navy, and is survived by a wife, three children and
Former Argentine President Juan A. Per6n was al almost
most almost simultaneously ousted bv the U- S. government
from the U.-.-owned Hotel Washington and granted a
special permit by the Panama government to reside in
peron moved out of the hotel early In the week. He
had resided there for three months following his exile
from Argentina. Panama finally ruled that Per6n Is a
political refugee and Issued him a special residence
permit after having had the case under consideration
for three weeks. He had applied for a one-year resi residence
dence residence permit which is the first step toward obtaining
permanent residence However the special permit au authorized
thorized authorized him can be withdrawn at any time
time In conference with "Neorn and white leaders to
keen Negroes from being shot."
Lowell attacked leaders of both parties on the racial
He demanded that President Eisenhower act to head
off threatened race violence In the smith. Powell said
thnt "the future of America as a first class power" is Influence in Jordan
being decided-ln Dixie.
Tn other news growing out of the soreoatton Issue.
Student leaders at the Univrsjtv of inbnma amwr amwr-enMv
enMv amwr-enMv believe school officials did the right thing in the
Autherine Lucy case.
The board of trustees exnllei the NeTn co-el on
'he grounds tbnt H onuM not to'ernle a studpnt at attacking
tacking attacking the "intesrity" of the school or-ir officials.
The expulsion grew out of. rhymes mtde durinr her
co'irt. act'on to rain re-ndmUnro to university
Waiter Flowers he'd of tb Pturient G'""rnm'nt
Association slrt todav (bn- there was "no other
,cr"r.ie for te trut"s to tpVe."
No'nn Cole editor o tn .ctu0" nowsnp"pr
.K'd Ms Lucy was expelled through "just -and legal
-Tfs a Tnjveddrw -on he -interr,tnrw-w,en. Sonr
Western gains.., Some losses... And a lot of maneu-Vp-infl
Ppnce- t'ted to ln pepee In North AMp. A F'",n-ro-Joroccan
cWIp ration was signed in Paris. , Oiv Oiv-Jn
Jn Oiv-Jn the nrotector"to a ereater sav in its pffpirs. Th
dp'lnrptio" ceMing for "("'""nence within inter-
cipnncience" w? signed in Parfe.
wintr Hnsspin howed to anti-British sentiment and
fired a British general Glubb Pasha as head of
the famed Arab legion.
British Prime Minister Eden called an emergency
cabinet meeting to discuss the move. The British for foreign
eign foreign office called the ouster of Glubb shocking.
In Washington, American officials said Saudi Ara Ara-ria
ria Ara-ria apd other Arab states have expressed Interest in
buying jet planes in the United States. At the same
time, Israel prepared' a last-minute appeal to Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State Dulles to let the Jewish state buy weap weapons.
ons. weapons. ...
In Cairo. British foreign secretary Selwyn Lloyd said
the United States and Britain would act jointly a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst any nation that renews the Palesine war;
Nature at her worst around the world . Torrential
rains. .. Roaring winds. Record snows, and : all
took their toll. -
Rain apparently was responsible for a landslide, that
smashed five homes near Wallace, Idaho.., killing
10-year-old Tim Spencer.
Gale winds lashed Europe for the second straight
day. And raised hob with shipping in Great Britain. A
400-ton ship was broken up on rocks off the Irish
coast and 10 sailors clung to the rocks all night before
The-f'yeenuJnti jijfeffect. give's 'Morocco home rule Navy helicopters rescued theni:
. 1 1
THE NEW YORK Athletic Commission has hand handed
ed handed out record penalties against, the promoters of the
Mondav nleht tplpvisinn tvut. v
After two previous delays, the commission today
revoked the licenses of Tex Sullivan and Willie
" Gilzenberg and their London Sporting Club. The
commission also fined Gibsenberg and the club
five-thousand dollars apiece. It's the strongest ac action
tion action taken'against any New York fight promoter
in modern history. : v
With Sullivan and Gllzenberg out, a Dumont Net Network
work Network executive says the TV shows will continue a
promoter approved by the commission. A search is
underway now for a successor to the London Sporting
Today's penalties against Sullivan, Gllzenberg and
meir ciud were based on nine charges Tne commission
cleared them on one count consorting with crimi criminals
nals criminals but found them guilty on the eight others.
Those charges include conspiring to sabotage the com-
v mission s nan against tne Doxine euna . MaKins Dav-
ment to a manager instead of the fighter, . And ne negotiating
gotiating negotiating with an unlicensed manager.
The ban against the promoters goes into effect after
next Monday night's bout at the St. Nicholas Arena
in New York. :
Sullivan's atorneys have announced plans to ask the
. New York Supreme Court to set aside the decision and
issue a restraining order until the court can make a
final ruling. -Sullivan was matchmaker and president
of the club.
Gilzenberg the treasurer surrendered his New
York State license on January 23rd, However, Com Commission
mission Commission Chairman Julius Helf and said this was merely
a ruse to take Gilzenberg out of the commission's ju jurisdiction.
risdiction. jurisdiction. The fines Imposed against Gilzenberg and
the club are the maximum fines permitted.
Elsewhere In boxing, light-hcarywelght champ
Archie Moore has an interesting explanation for
his speed in flattening Bob Dunlap in one-56 of
the first round in San Diego. Moore says he want wanted
ed wanted to prove he isn't getting old.
Stocky Miguel Berrios scored an upset majority de decision
cision decision over featherweight Bobby Bell Monday night
at St. Nicholas Arena in New York'
Berrios hit Bell with rapid-fire bursts of hooks to
the body and head to gain the decision. Bell was a
strong favorite 5-9) at fight time because of his
greater ring experience.
Referee Mark Conn gave each fighter four rounds
and scored two even, but he favored Berrios on points,
, 5-4, Judge Artie Schwartz had Berrios ahead on
rounds, -5-4-1. And Judge Artie Aidala called it even
on rounds, 5-5, and even on points, 6-6.
The United Press had Berrios ahead on rounds, 6-3-1-
The 23-year-old Berrios staggered his slender 27-year-old
opponent with a left hook to the head in the
10th and final round. He also knocked Bell into the
ropes with a right to the chin in the second round.
The national AAU has made public a 40-page ex explanation
planation explanation for the suspension of Wes Santee.
It bolls down to Hgures which shown that the man
who has turned in the fastest American time for the
mile also turned in expense accounts above AAU lim-
Santee now a Marine Is alleged to have taken
670-dollars more than the limit for three California,
meets within three days last year. His wife is reported
to have been paid more than 11-hundred dollars for
expenses for seven meets. .Through the AAU bars
expenses for an athlete's kin.
Santee was suspended for lire on February ism. ine
basic facts behind his ban have been revealed since
then. Today's report wraps up all the charges on
which the AAU acted. k
The leatherneck has threatened a civil suit. But at attorney
torney attorney Pincus Sober head of a committee that in investigated
vestigated investigated Santee says Santee doesn't have a legal
leg to stand on on--
- on-- The AAU action won't bar Santee from running
In the All-Service Track and field championships
as Los Angeles in June. '
The Marine Corps says any Marine is elegible for the
service meet, -regardless of his amateur status. Secretary-Treasurer
Dan Ferris of the AAU says amateurs
may compete in service meets against Santee withost
losing their amateur status.
- A case of professionalism has hit one of the lead lead-ins
ins lead-ins small college basketball teams.
New Mexico A&M fiehling for the Border Con Conference
ference Conference chamnionship learned that its star A""3ie,
Paul Plodzinski once played nro baseball anrf is thu
ineligible. Plodzinski renortedly played for a Cleveland :
indinikjsrm club in 1948.
wun uie ASKiea.-- riuwAtuoivi .jcu mc :
ketball conference in field raal accuracy, sinking al almost
most almost 48 ner cent of his shots- He also was high man
on free throws, with an averaee of .790.
Aided By Plodzinski, the New Mexico Agfies were !n
second place, half a game behind Texas Western in
the Border loop.
' Now. ConTcrpnce pre'dcnt Eniii Larson v
rejrardlpss of Its record New Mevo Af-M is -ineligible
for the conferencp title. . Thro-th the
school and coach Presley Askew are cleared of any
l. blame. .
'The 71181106 Department is aiming an anti-trust in'
vestigation at wrestling. .. . : ......
Stanley Barnes head of the Justice Dcpn't;Tl"-'t,
Antr-Tnrst Division told a Srnate comm-" th"it -the
wrestling Investie;ation will be similar to the in inquiry
quiry inquiry conducted on boxing. Barnes said the anti-trust
case against boxing is ready for trial.
The anti-trust chief said there has been ni p'-snd
i)ry action yet on wrestling, However, he sul tne Jiifc Jiifc-tiqe
tiqe Jiifc-tiqe Department's criminal division may -invest igA't1
alleged violence against some managers who as
tkhies put it have refused to "knuckle uhcici"" -'
SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1956
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