The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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COOKIES ARRIVE Canal Zone Girl Scout official happily
receive a shipment of 22.200 boxes of Girt Scout cookies which
arrived yesterday at Cristobal for sale on the Canal Zone.
Pictured from left to right are: Mrs. S. Frank Masn HI, At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic District chairman: Mrs. Roy Walther, chairman of the
cookie sale, and Mrs. William H. Allen, public relations chair chair-man
man chair-man of the Girl Scout Council.

GV Scout Cookies Arrive,
Distributed, Ready For Sale

Yesterday was a long, busy i gins tomorrow and will continue
day for several members of the throughout Girl Scout Week
Canal Zone Girl Scout Council. provided 'the cookies last until
But it was especially busy also; March 17, ; ;
lor employes of BUdcn. Inc.,' Brownies will sell the cookies
which provided the men and the! to their neighbors while Inter Inter-trucks
trucks Inter-trucks to' pick up a shipment of mediates and Scouts will ssll
Girl Scout cookies at Cristobal them, at booths located at corn corn-docks
docks corn-docks and transport them to the missaries, clubs, post exchanges,
district chairmen; who will dig- service, centers and other conve conve-tribute
tribute conve-tribute the" cookies to their nient sites,
neighborhood chairmen. j ;' ; :
The neighborhood chairmen; H-f, rAMl,
will supply the troop cookie AfilfiiOfila 110111

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that each Brownie, intermediate!
and senior service Scout receives)
her quota of cookies. -The
Girl Scout cookie sale be-
Eisenhower Meets
With Select Group :
Of SfrdcgislJ
WASHINGTON. March 9 (UP)-
President Eisenhower met l' s t
night .with. a highly, select group
of friends and political strategists
at the White House. i
The guest list strongly indicat indicated
ed indicated the principal topic of conversa conversation
tion conversation was the 1956 campaign and
possibly who will be Mrw Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's running mate thisr year.
The group of about 16 met with
the president at a private stag
dinner. A White House spokesman
confirmed that a dinner-was Ji eld
but declined to give any details,
However, it was learned the
guest list included Attorney Gen General
eral General Herbert Brownell,.: Jr.; Thom Thomas
as Thomas E. Stevens, former,, presidential
appointments secretary; presiden presidential
tial presidential assistant Sherman Adams,
Undersecretary of Commerce
. Walter Williams; -former Gov.
Thomas E. Dewey of New York
and Gen. Lucius Clay.
It was l-eported that Postmaster
General Arthur E." Summerfield
"was present, but this could not be
confirmed. According, to an NBC
broadcast, Paul Hoffman, automo automobile
bile automobile executive, also was a guest.
This group includes many of the
prime movers behind the cam campaign
paign campaign to get Eisenhower to
run for the Republican presiden presidential
tial presidential nomination in 1951.
12'Kcirusrs ci Ona
Family Mod Doalh
In FI-:r.3 Sh:tt
OXFORD; Pa., March' 9 (UP)
Twelve members of one family
burned to death shortly before
midnight when flames destroyed
. their two-room wood and card cardboard
board cardboard shack on the borough lim limits.
its. limits. ; -...-
Police said the victims, all
Negroes, Included Mrs. Katherine
Twyman, 35, nine of ?er eleven
Children and two grandchildren.
The children ranged from to
20 year? old.
Mrs. Twyman's husband, John
37, was in Baltimore last night
and returned earlv today to find
most of his family wiped out by;

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Broken Glass Gauge ;
Brings Out Firemen
A fire engine was summoned to
answer an emergency call at the
Tivoli Commissary where a break
in the ammonia refrigeration com compressor
pressor compressor caused ammonia fumes to
escape from the room Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night.
Vira nffirials whn arrived nn the
scene found that the fumes were
caused by a broken glass gauge
which permitted them to escape.
A firoman and a refrigeration
engineer who donned self-contained
breathing apparatus opened up me
room for ventilation and turned
off the supply of ammonia.
The incident occurred at about
7:35 p.m. No damage or personal
injury was reported.

Army To Use New Performance
Rating Plan Starting May 1

A new type of performance
rating system for Armea f orces
civilian employes will go into
effect on May 1. 5 -
Thir Information was received
here today from Howard Munro,
legislative representative 01 tne
Central Labor Union Metal
Trades Council now in Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. '" : y""'
He said that the Army had
been conducting an 18-month
trial in the field and announced
that the results have met the
approval of both supervisors and
employes. t
The new system does not
change the three adjective rat ratings
ings ratings of "satisfactory, unsatisfac unsatisfactory
tory unsatisfactory and outstanding," but it
calls for a review of the ratings
at least once a year, according
to Munro. He said the ratings
will also be supplemented with
a written evaluation of the em employes'
ployes' employes' i work. These evaluations
are to be discussed between em employe
ploye employe and supervisor, and then
placed in the personnel file.
. The employe will be able to
apneal h's adjective ratings
but not the evaluat'on. They
'will be permitted to write on
the rating and evaluating:
form any comments regarding
the evaluation including any
disagreement with it.
In addition to the yearly rat-,
ing the only one that becomes:
part of the official record ad
cuiionai evaraauon r e p o rt ;

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British Arrest Gypriot Archbishop
In Major Crackdown On Nationalists

Allegheny Floodwaters Pour
Crest Toward West Virginia

PITTSBURGH. March 9 (UP)
Allegheny river floodwaters
lapped the fringes of Pitts
burgh's golden triangle today
and poured a flood crest mio
th Ohio river toward West Vir
ginia and Ohio riverside commu communities.
nities. communities. River forecasters said the Al Al-lpahpnnv
lpahpnnv Al-lpahpnnv finallv reeedina from
its flood rampage upstream In
northwestern Pennsylvania and
western New York, wouia nil a
hleh of 27 feet, two feet over
flood stage, at noon.
But only slight damage was
exnected and residents of this
steel-rich metropolis regarded
their flooding rivers more as a
curiosity than a threat.
The Allegheny had bouea over
Its banks for more than 200
miles along Its upper reaches in
New York and Pennsylvania.
leaving two riprsnns dead and
drlvinst some 300 persons from
their homes.
Warren. Pa., near the New
York state line, and Salamanca.
N.Y., were hardest r hit Dy tne
finivt waters : before the crest
nAofH: Anwri stream
At Warren, where water swirl
ed lx feet i deep throuen nan
the town and forced 2000 per-
trt fihanrfnn their homes
HUU VVJ
yesterday, Alegheny and Cone-
wango creek floodwaters arop arop-ped
ped arop-ped a foot this morning. But
Anin nni main hiohwav remain
ed completely open into the vir
tually maroonea town oi.io.u""
residents, experiencing their
worst flood in history.
River forecasters had Ohio
River communities alerted for
hiah water for nearly 280 miles
downstream from Plttsbursh.
Crests of three to four feet over
flood stage were forecast for
Steubenville, Ohio, and Wheel
ing W. Va.. where one main
river side highway already was
under water. Wheeling authorl-
tu ooM no streets In trip south
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end of the citv and on Wheelln?
Lsland would be flooded Dy late
tonight if the present crest pre prediction
diction prediction holds.
Health and cleanup problems
took precedence at Warren
nvra 4nHu.trip nH sfhnnls re
mained shut down and residents
waited imDatlently to leave e
mergency centers.
should be made throughout the
year as needed. For example,
when a supervisor or employe is
transferred to another job under
a different supervliorjor whom
the information is intended.
Munro said that the Army had
issued instructions to all its su su-nervisors
nervisors su-nervisors that they are to sit
down with the new as well as
the old employes and discuss the
requirements of the job and ex explain
plain explain what is expected of them.
The instructions emphasize the
point that this is not to be a
once-a-year thing but rather
should be frequent Informal
talks with the employe relative
to his work problems. However,
the instructions caution the su su-DervLsor
DervLsor su-DervLsor that he is not to
"breathe down the employes
neck" to watch his work, y
Cn the back side of this per performance
formance performance evaluation form Is a
space where supervisors can call
attention to an employe's po potential
tential potential for advancement and
suggest that he be considered
for more responsible assignment
or for promotion.
,. Munro said this is the Army's
answer to many employe's com complaints
plaints complaints that the present three
adjective rating system is mean meaningless
ingless meaningless since more than 89 per percent
cent percent of the employes are graded
"Satliiactory" and makes no
distinction between an ambitious
and" a"Tn-or-the-m'.lt' employe.

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PANAMA, R. P- FRIDAY. MARCH 9, 1958

Seybold Assures Firemen
They'll Keep Their Jobs

The proposed consolidation of
flrefighting facilities on the Canal
Zone will not only protect, the jobs
of U.S.-rate firemen, but will call
for more promotions for those
ratings, according to Governor
John S. Seybold.
The Governor issued the state statement
ment statement concerning the plan in a let
ter to R. G. Condon, president of
a firemen's union here, because of
what he termed "erroneous" re reports
ports reports from individual firemen
which indicated that 25 American
freighters might be replaced when
the plan goes into effect. j
"Tho firtmtn who ar nor
promoted to effictn will net lost
their ob, but will remain at
incombtnts of the fireman peiU
-.Jianiconvrtl to the loeel re re-"cruitment
"cruitment re-"cruitment befit," the Governor
seid.
He added that such workers
would b' protected because Un Under
der Under the plan, their individual rates
of pay existing at the time of the
conversion action would be conti continued.
nued. continued.
The Governor pointed out that
under the consolidation plan the
military would retain some 80 men
for "crash" firefighting, but the
rest of the fire fighting protection
for the entire Canal Zone would
2 From Cantuta
Arc Guaranteed
Their Fare Home
Eduardo Ingris, leader of
the Cantuta expedition, and
Natalia Mazuelos, the only
woman aboard the raft, early
this afternoon appeared assur assured
ed assured of their passage back home
to Peru.
Peru's representatives In
Panama guaranteed them the
fare. ...
Still In Corozal Immigration
Station, with no .immediate
prospects of freedom, are Can Cantuta
tuta Cantuta crewmen Mirko Gurecky,
Czechoslovakia Andy Rost,
Dutch, and Joaquin Guerrero,
Argentinian.
The Cantuta crew arrived
here yesterday from mid-Pacific
aboard the United States
Navy ship Greenville Victory
practically broke.
' Because they had no papers
for entering the CanarZone,
nor for proceeding anywhere
else, were placed in the cus custody
tody custody of the Immigration Serv Service.

Investigators Battle Top Officials
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Over East-West; Trade Control Hush

WASHINGTON, March 9 (UP)
Two top Administration offi officials
cials officials faced a double header bat battle
tle battle with Senate Investigators to.
day over East-West trade con controls
trols controls and the off iclal, secrecy a a-bout
bout a-bout them.
Commerce Secretary Sinclair
Weeks was called back before
the senate Investigating sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee later today to resume
testimony he. began at a stormy
session yesterday.
The subcommittee also sought
jniormaiion irom former for
eign aid chief Harold E. Stas
sen, now President Eisenhower's
disarmament adviser.
Stassen was chief U. S. Ne
gotiator in August, 1954, when
this country assented

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be furnished by the Canal
government.
Zone
By reason of the necessity of
replacing witn civilians the uni uniformed
formed uniformed members of the Armed
Forces now occupying such posi positions,
tions, positions, there will be no reductions
in force of firemen resulting sole solely
ly solely from the utilization of locality
recruitment practices, the Govern Governor
or Governor emphasized in the letter sent
to Condon, who is president of the
International Association of Fire
Fighters. Local 13.
Seybold added thet It his been
officially recognized that the con conversion
version conversion to tho use of locality i
recruitment end locality rates of
pay it clearly for tuch caute at
will promote tho efficiency of tho
ttrcice
Humner ni preswn firemen e a U
reasonably expect to be promoted
He luryier offered assurance
that those firemen who are not
promoted to officers will not lose
their jobs "but will remain as in incumbents
cumbents incumbents of the fireman positions
converted to the local recruitment
basis with their individual rates of
pay "grandfathered," or continued
at the same rate so long as the in individual
dividual individual .continues in the same
position.
Writing to the local fire fighting
association official about the con.
sohdation plan which has the ao
proval of the Department of De Defense
fense Defense and the Canal Zone Govern
ment and Which is contingent upon
next year's budget', the Governor
stated that it is hoped his lengthy
explanation would clarify any mis misunderstandings
understandings misunderstandings which may have
arfsen as a result of an announce
ment of the proposed action.
Body Of Engineer
On Empire State
Returned To Balboa
The death at sea of the asst. en engineer
gineer engineer on the S. S, Empire State
was reported today to Canal Zone
Police.
The body of Robert W. Conroy,
a l-year-old American was found
on the floor of his state room on
Wednesday when the ship was a a-bout
bout a-bout 60 miles out at sea after
having left Balboa bound for LongH
Beach, California.
Police investigation did not re reveal
veal reveal any signs of injuries or vio violence,
lence, violence, and they learned that Con Conroy,
roy, Conroy, who had been employed a-
board the Empire State for sev
eral years, had no known enemies.
The man's family, a wife and
three children Who reside in San
Jose; California," have been noti notified
fied notified of the death, according to a a-gent
gent a-gent Payne and Wardlaw.
The ship returned yesterday and
the body was taken off.
trols on shipment of strategic
goods to Communist coun countries.
tries. countries.
Weeks yesterday refused chair chairman
man chairman John L. McClellan's de demand
mand demand to produce recomitenda recomitenda-tions
tions recomitenda-tions of the Joint Operating
Committee (JOC), an intera interagency
gency interagency group which suggested
that the, United States agree to
decontrol of about 100 items pre previously
viously previously considered strategic.
McClellan said congress is en entitled
titled entitled to the information to
learn whether Stassen "went a-
gainst the best advice" of the
government s own experts.
Week conceded yesterday that

954, when 250 million pounds of copper wire
1 to 14 of shipped to Red nations under
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NICOSIA. Cyprus, March 9-
(UP Britain arrested Greek
Cyprlot nationalist leader Arch-
bishop Makarios and neid mm
for deportation today.
The Bishop of Kyrenia, anoth another
er another anti-British nationalist lead leader,
er, leader, also was arrested and ordered
deported.
" At the same time, the British
a i j ,u-v,f hi.t
strategic Mediterranean island
S cypruW"11 tCrrnSm
The drastic crackdown against
the anti-British Nationalist fore
es was expected to set off new
trouble in this island which has
Z
future status,
The forcible removal of the
pro-Greek leaders also was ex expected
pected expected to precipitate a cr'sis in
relations between Greece and
Britain.
But Gov. Sir John Harding
moved swiftly with the backing
of the government In London to
put into force a new and
tougher British policy aimed at
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immediate censorship of all
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and the Bishon of Kvrenia were:?0"'? late wife, Eva, and her!

ordered deported to a "destlna-
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Makaiios
faced leader of the Cyprus inde
pendence movement, at 36 was
the youngest Archbishop In the.
history of the Greek Orthodox
Church. He is 42 now.
He was a student at Boston
University when first elected
bishop... had gone to the United
States in 1946 to study sociology
and theology on fellowship from
World Council of Churches.
,
in iBto ic was appuiui.;u
Bishop of Kition on Cyprus and
lpft. stiirilpe t.n rpt.nrn nnmt-i
two years later in open election
of church members according to

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unopposed to the Archbishop of l being said here, they them them-Cyprus..
Cyprus.. them-Cyprus.. I -i.

Born m 1913, son or a cypnot
peasant. .birthplace near pa
nhos. mythological scene
earthly birth of Venus Aphro
dlte...
Studied in monastery and at
Cvprlot orthodox hleh school in
Nicosia. .went to Greece to at
tend University of Athens short shortly
ly shortly before outbreak of Wprld War
II...
Hp, graduated in 1942 but re remained
mained remained in Greece durng Nasi
occupation Uved a double double-life:
life: double-life: that of graduate law stu student
dent student by day, a fighter in the
Greek anti-Nazi underground
by night.,
With the end of World War II
he" took on robes and beard of
Orthodox priesthood and went
to United States to study... ws(s
only 38 when elected religious
and rjoUtlcal leader of Orthodox
Cypriots who form 80 per cent
of population of the Mediterran Mediterranean
ean Mediterranean Island...
Tall, thin, pallid.., he wears a
neatly trimmed full square black
beard...
He is a tough negotiator, as
Britain learned during nearly a
year of talks aimed at compro
misinsr British defense needsi
and Greek Cyprlot demands for
sen-determination.
was used lor military rather
than civilian purposes.
But Weeks defended the ad administration's
ministration's administration's role in a 15-na-
tion 1954 agreement that let this
country's allies sell more strate strate-elc
elc strate-elc goods to the Communist bloc.
He said the United States made
the best deal it could.
Previous testimony brought
out that 250 million pounds of
copper wire nave been shipped
behind the Iron Curtain, chiefly
by Britain, since the controls
were relaxed.
Weeks was asked whether this
was used to raise "living stand
ards" or went to the Red war
machine."
"I would guess it has gone in-
trrthrmir machine,14 he replied.

Argentine holms
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tribune reported today that on Argentine commission has
;.!,lat oustcd ctator Juan D. Peron has $700,.
000,000 hidden in the United States and various European
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I he newspaper said in o Buenos Aires dispatch that

unottical estimate was
represenr one or rne largesr

tory."
The dispatch from Buenos Aires attributed the esti estimate
mate estimate to the national commission investigating Peron's
10-year-rule.
It said the Argentine government will attempt to re recover
cover recover the nest egg on the ground it consists of misappro misappropriated
priated misappropriated funds and is thus the property of the Argentine
people.

ca-Lit is having difficulties, the
Story said. With the SwiSS gOV-

ernment and Swiss banks whe,-
a large part of the sum is said
to have been deposited by Pe-
0rwer, Juan Duarte.
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5,1 i ,;;ve ''s"s-
mandft for Information about
Peron's holdings there and re refuse
fuse refuse to confirm or deny the
Argentine government's re reports
ports reports on them.
"This attitude has angered
Argentine officials and has a a-roused
roused a-roused suspicion here that the
Swiss themselves have designs
on Peron's fortune," the Dis Dispatch
patch Dispatch said. :
"it. is pointed out that the
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for
owiss, navmg Qcnieck f eron s
quest for a passport visa
Ih nnhin, t.i
access to his reported holdings.
If the Swiss maintain this
Atlantic Bicyclisls
Reminded Of Final
Class At Margarita
Youthful bicycle riders on the
Atlantic Side are reminded that
the second and last bicycle safety
class to be held in Margarita is
scheduled for tomorrow morning
at 9 o'clock.
The class will be held for all
those Atlantic side children who
missed the first class which was
held in Margarita last Saturday
morning.
At that time 132 children took
the course and were given diplo diplomas
mas diplomas by Sergeant William E. Hugh Hughes,
es, Hughes, of the Cristobal Police, who is
in charge of the program.
A class will be held Saturday
March H by Sergeant Hughes for
the children in Gatun. Instruction
will start at 9 a.m. on Gavilan Road
near the site of the old commis
sary.
uunng tne class, students are
taught safety rules of the road,
given a balance test and offered
other pointers which will help
them to become better and safer
bicycle operators. t $
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PanCenal Lisls 14
Service Vacancies
Fourteen positions are presently
available in the Panama Canal
Service according to the list of
vacancies contained in the trans transfer
fer transfer vacancy bulletin issued this
week by the Personnel Bureau,
v Seven are in the classified and
retated group and' seven are in
the craft group. The positions may
be filled by transfer of eligible em employes
ployes employes and applications should be
transmitted (o the Employment and
Utilization Division.
Vacancies in the following types
of work are listed in the classified
and related groups: t chemist, elec
trical engineer, mechanical engi
neer. costal clerk, sanitary end-
neer and supervisory sanitary en
ginecr.
Positions open in the craft group
include: road and vard conductor
locomotive electrician, locomotive
tmchinit,-nd tock-eperatofr

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correct "it probably would
nauis in contemporary his-
selves might be in a pos'tion loi
inherit his fortune..;"
The dispatch said several mil-
lion dollars are believed to have
been traced to a New York hank
which has declined to disclose
anv Information.
That.-money was said to V
'posited bv Jo.-.
r ; J- in ptiaon and "p- )-
wijr uiie 01 ine present govern governments
ments governments best sources of inform.
tion about Peron's holdings
abroad."
Other large sums in gold, cash
and securities are said to be on
deposit In Italy and Germany,
the dispatch said.
Elderly Laundress
Seriously Injured
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A 62-year-old Panamanian la und
ress who fell. through a skylight in
the Bodega Ancon on Tivoli Ave Ave-nue
nue Ave-nue when the store was still clo.
ed yesterday morning, was consid considered
ered considered to be in serious condition to to-dav
dav to-dav at Santo Tomas Hospital.
The freak accident occurred
when Margarita Dixon, launfreis
for Arturo's Beauty Shop a s
hanging towels to dry in th pa patio
tio patio of the first floor apartment on
"J" Street.
Despite constant warning hf
proprietor Arthur Weil thaOhe
should not step on the skyligU in
the patio, the laundress yesterday
stood on the glass to hang up" th
clothes. , I'
; Weil, who was having breakfast
m a room overlooking the patio
noticed this and yelled at the wom woman
an woman to get down, but it was,, too
late. The glass cracked and she
fell through the skylight, a distance
of about 12 feet from the ground.
Her fall was broken when she hit
the counter of the liquor store and
bounced off.
Because the slore was still clos closed,
ed, closed, Weill immediately called-the
manager to open the front door.
Meanwhile, Mrs. Weil lowered
some aspirins and drinks to tho
injured laundress.
The woman was carried out of
the store about 15 minutes later to -an
ambulance which rushed her to
the hospital.- Today she is still in
.enous condition.
Famous Playwright
John Emerson Dies
PASADENA, Calif., March 9
(UP) John Emerson, one-time
Broadway star and playwright
in collaboration with his wile,
Anita Loos, died In a sanitarium
here yesterday. He was 84.
: Emerson and MLss Loos, mar married
ried married In 1919, collaborated on such
plays as "Gentlemen Prefer
Blondes," from Miss Loos's best best-selling
selling best-selling novel, "The Social Reg Register,'7
ister,'7 Register,'7 "The Fall of Eve," and
"The Whole Town's Talkins."
Parking On Rails
Costly To Youth
NEW ALBANY, Ind.. March 9 9-(UP)
(UP) 9-(UP) Bay Franklin, 17, was'
charged today with imp.-- r
parking. He left his car parked' r-rt
a railway track while he went f r
gasoline. A Pennsylvania Raiirnal
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THE MARQUIS AND THE LOVELADY
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-" This U In reply to "The Marquis'" letter In the Mailbox
"w 24 The Mquls purports to .be the author of the Marquis
Queensbury rules. Of course, this Isn't true, since the real
KTe?8disSdu1me!hJwevert thai he Is the Marquis so as not to
-mcture his hot-air bag of egoism and thus end his feeling of
associates
4 impeccable." That is a matter of opinion expressed by the
Slraufai and one which he, in his naive thinking, apparently
es for granted will be accepted by his readers.
I woufd bet his self-appraisal of Ws reputation was no
i takpn serloulv bv any person who read his letter, least of all
' Uve"ady On the other hand, I would bet my last dollar that
! Loveladywould defend his right to make such statements. That
Is the kind of a 100 American Lovelady is; that Is why Lovc Lovc-llady
llady Lovc-llady has been for several years and still Is the number one
labor leader on the Canal Zone. A, ......
Who do most employes here run to when they need help or
; advice from someone who knows the laws and regulations?
' 80 of them go to Lovelady.
1 Can you The Marquis, prove that Lovelady ever turned one
I away or refused to give help where the perso was actually
deserving of his assistance? I defy you to prove that he has.
i I agree with your evaluation of Mr. Runnestrand (not Run Run-'nerstrand
'nerstrand Run-'nerstrand as you spell It) and consider him an outstanding
(American and completely honest. However, the fact that Mr.
1 Runnestrand and Mr. Lovelady may not see eye-to-eye on all
' things does not mean that Mr. Lovelady Is any less an honest
and loyal American.
It may be that Mr. Runnestrand in his high position of
assistant to the Governor has to officially disagree with Love-
ladv on questions which in his own mind he is In agreement,
llryour less naive moments (if you have any) have you ever
1 thought that such might be the case?
You tell "Viva Lovelady" that he will most certainly regret
'defending the man he so highly praises because he wUl be your
analyst and will reduce your grade. I am sure that Lovelady
would not cut anyone's pay because of his inability to write a
'letter If he would, you had better arrange to be on leave
when he studies your job. You ain't no Shakespeare yourself.
You state that "Under my rules everyone has an opportun-.
lty to speak that is his democratic right that will never be
lmpuened. But when one' speaks one should adhere to the
faCtCan you, The Marquis, prove that Loveladv has ever denied
anyona the right to speak when it was in order for him to do
sounder the rules? Can you prove that "Viva Lovelady" mis misrepresented
represented misrepresented anything in his article to which you take such one onesided
sided onesided exception? i ;
'- .I'll wager that you are one of the free-ridefs whose condl condl-tRs
tRs condl-tRs of living and employment Lovelady and his AFGE mem members
bers members are constantly working to, Improve. I'll go so far as to
make the positive statement here, that you are not a member

of Lovelady's union or- any oth for that matter, la giaaiy
stand corrected If you are and will publicly Identify the Union
to which you belong.
As for myself, I don't belong to the AFGE, but I am a long longtime
time longtime member of my craft union and pay dues to. the Canal
Zone Central Labor Union.
- In your final paragraph you said "It shall not be necessary
for me to write agairt because the world knows who and what
'the Marquis of Queensbury stands for."
The Eighth Marqiuia of Queensbury has been dead lo these
i$8 years. There is no employe here who was living In 1866
(when he wrote the Queensbury Rules.
On the other hand, Lovelady Is very much alive and In our
JJnldst fighting forthe rights of those he represents. The modern-day
employes of the CanaJ Zone knovr what he stands for,
"and I believe I can sav without fear of contradiction that 95
..of them are behind him, you to the contrary notwithstanding.
JJTherefore, it will not be necessary for me to write again.

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GORGAS
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Jf Several month sago I found out I needed a major opera operation
tion operation and two weeks ago I was ODerated on. Being my first op operation
eration operation I was not sure what it would be like. Afterwards I
Jifound out it leaves a person feeling quite miserable and in a
great deal of pain.
j; But I also found out something else. I found out how kind
and gentle the doctors, nurses and everyone else in Gorgas
Hospital Is. I can well Imagine what it would have been like
,Jf I had not had the constant and cheerful care that I had.
Even though I'm feeling fine now, I feel that I have to ex express
press express my gratitude for the wonderful care I had. This Is why
J I'm writing to the "Mall Box" io thank the people of Gorgas
Hospital from the bottom of my heart.

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Vita Lovelady II
STAFF
Richard L. Mallctt
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Peter Edson
In
Washington

WASHINGTON (NEA) The
United States, Britain and France
are now preparing to take a great
Dig gamme mai boviet Kussia will
noi send her own forces into the
Middle East, in case new fighting
breaKs out between the Arabs anu
Israelis.
The principal reason given is
that in past Communist aggres aggressions,
sions, aggressions, the Russians have always al allowed
lowed allowed others to do the fighting and
dying for the Moscow cause. This
was true m Korea, Indo-China and
Greece, where Russian generals
did all the masterminding, but not
one Russian soldier riskea his life-
In the Middle East, however, the
Russians have no satellites on the
borders of the trouble area. There
are Communist parties and under undergrounds
grounds undergrounds in Syria, Lebanon, Jordan
and Israel, But tney do not control
governments or military forces forces-only
only forces-only mobs.
Russia, through Czechoslovakia,
is now supplying arms to Egypt.
In the event war breaks out again
between Egypt and Israel, the
Soviet involvement would have to
be limited to this indirect aid un unless
less unless the Russians put their own
troops in the livid.
To do this, they would have to be
moved through or llown over Tur Turkey
key Turkey or Iran. This would be some something
thing something brand-neW in Communist ag
gression, u could easily start
World War III.
Concern over this possibility is
the number one consideration as
U.S. Undersecretary of State Rob Robert
ert Robert Murphy. BiiUih ana French
Ambassadors Sir Roger Makins
and Maurice Couve de MurvUlc
meet to shape what western policy
should be in the event of new Mid
dle East fighting.
Their tasks art- an outgrowth oi
the recent conscience be'.wocn
President Eisenhower and Untisti
Prime Minister Sir AnUony Eaen.
it was proposes men mat i nnce
be invited to join in a new declara
tion that western military forces
would be sent to the area ta pic pic-serve
serve pic-serve peace, In ase cipher tne
Arabs or the Israelis committed
new aggression.
Soviet Russia reacted immediate immediately
ly immediately with a statement that 3tiy such
action would be a gross violation
of the United Nations charter and
of Soviet interests in the arers as
well.
The Moscow foreign office state statement
ment statement did not say flatly that Rus Russia
sia Russia would send in its own military
forces if the western powers took
action. But the implication was
there.
The present inclination is to re regard
gard regard this as bluff.
Meanwhile, there' is continuing
effort behind the scenes to Uy for
a more peaceful settlement of
Arab-Israeli differences. ,ln spite
of all the border incidents, there is
some hope that a satisfactory
peace formula can be found.
Sir Mohammed zatruua Kann,
former foreian minister of Pakis
tan, now a judge on the World!
Court, has made one informal sug suggestion
gestion suggestion for a new approach
that may have some merit. Instead
of trying to settle everything in
one package, he would break it
down into smaller, more manage manageable
able manageable parts. i; 'v
He thinks the Arab refugee prob
lem is the greatest cause of ten tension
sion tension and should be settled first.
His own suggestioa would be to
let such refugees s desired to do
so, return to their former Palestine
homes and reclaim their property.
Let the others then be paid dam
ages for property ost by abandon abandonment
ment abandonment or through confiscation by
the Israelis.
The second problem is Israels
boundaries, which are admittedly
unrealistic from both points of
view. They split the Arab bloc at
Aqabah on the Red Sea. This
Ecypt. Jordan ana sauai Arama ao
not like. To the north, the present
frontiers of Israel are so irregular
as to be indefensible, The elements
of a trade exist int his situation, f
With these two issues settled in
dependently, the Pakistani states statesman
man statesman believes a political settlement
possible.
Solon Recommends
Wariness On Atomic
Rearmsmenl Plans
WASHINGTON. March 9 (UP)-
Sen. John 0. Pastore (D-R.I.) said
today the United States must be
warv of entcrinu into atomic ais-
armamcnt plans as long as there
is no sure way to detect hidden
atomic stockoilcs.
Pastore said this fact ought to
hn emnhasized repeatedly es
pecially to th5se areas of the world
which do not understand why the
United States doesn't readily ac
cept Russian offers to outlaw a
tomic weapons.
Before agreeing to such a Rus
sian offer, Pastore said, the Unit
ed States should have a technolo
gical mean that would provide a
surer guarantee than inspection
teams could that Russia was not
concealing atomic stockpiles.
Otherwise, Pastore said in an
interview, "we might strip our ourselves
selves ourselves of all our atomic weapons
only to wake up some morning and
find out Russia has not kept her
word."
Pastore Is a member of the Con Concessional
cessional Concessional Joint Atomic Energy
Committee and a special member
of the Senate Disarmament S u b-
committee.
EXPENSIVE RING
PROVIDENCE, K. I. (UP) -If
youd like to hear the chapel
bell ring at Brown University Hall,
just give the university $1,000,000.
President. Barnaby.CKeeneyJof
Brown ruled that the bel will ring
cn'y when sombody donates such
' nm. 1

"Somebody Should Spread Crcb Grass Over Russia"

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Walter Winchell In

Man About Town
The Nanette Fabray-musicman
Marty Mills merger may happen
in a few weeks, according to pals
. .Jayne Mansfield promised
American Airlines pilot R, Robin Robinson
son Robinson to 1-Duet when she ends her
run in the "Rock Hunter click. .
Bill O'Dwyer and Ella Logan are
Mexicooing again. .Shirley Jones
and Johnny Anderson of Movie-
, ville are on a carousel of their
own. .Jess Barker, now telling a
judge about Susan Hayward,
squires Grace Kelly's sister about
H'wood. .Jackie Fields, former
light champ, and his wile recon reconciled.
ciled. reconciled. -She was a Latin Quarter
cutie. .Gloria Swanson's pursuit
overseas is Count Dominick de
Sallo. .Mane .VcUonald's i. i.-groom
groom i.-groom (H. Karl) is ever The Torch
because Zsa-?sa and Susan Hay Hay-ward
ward Hay-ward are so imJet!tiHniling V .I'e .I'e-cpite
cpite .I'e-cpite thet thitchat-i-Artcne Dabl
and her Fernanttii Lama are n n-clinchable.
clinchable. n-clinchable. v .! ace't, nickname ior
her Triiice is Ray. H?r father calls
him "Shorty."
"The Continental who of'ers
romance on tcevee, isnt lucity at
love oif it. His romance o ten
year wearied of waning for Mm
to get a divwce. Xlaire wina wina-sor'i.
sor'i. wina-sor'i. current interest is oilman
Harold Boyd. .Phyllis Millar be
came Mrs. Stuart Price recently
. .Lynn Chalmers, actress, and
Variety's Jesse Gross were wed at
Alexandria, Va Felix, former
Sardi's maitre d', U ill at Medical
Center .Caru! Risser (under (understudy
study (understudy to Gretc-in Wyler in "Silk
Stockings") married former South
ern Cal. grid star Bernie Meyer
at Forest Hills ...Jeannie Dawn
(of the Gleasou iro?ram dancers l
and H. Livingston a CBS stage
hand) eloped to Montreal. Honey
mooning at M:ams.
Claire Bloom and Farley Grar-
eer (co starring on TVs "Cae
sar and Cleopatra") have the
Broadway crowd wondering where
a British player in "The Lark"
stands after all those dates.
Lionel Ames of "Time Limit!'
can't stand the agony of being so
far from dancer Marcy Blane, who
is in "Mr. wonderful at hhiiiy. .
Gypsy Rose Lee's ex-husband,
Bob Mizzy, and pretty Laurie
Palmer (she wrote "The Marilyn
Monroe Story' paper-book) beat
Spring to town. -.Jackie Bissett,
the Admiral's dghtr, and Fred
Chandler make the Embers their
rendezwoo. .Teevee announcer
Richard Stark's wife Jane Is Look
mag's new fashion ed. .. It's a
son for the James Dalys. Pop's
the mare leeo in the Phoenix Thea
tre show, "Julie. Mother is ac
cess Hope Neweu. .rroducer
Norman Frank's office staff at

LIFT UP YOUR

(A Lenten feature of the Pana
ma-American, prepared by the
Rev: M. A. Cookson, Episcopal
Churches of Our Saviour-St, Mar Margaret.)
garet.) Margaret.) ...... .... .. ... ...
NOT ALONE
Read St. John H:2S.- 33. "St "St-hold,
hold, "St-hold, the hour cometh, yta, it ow
comt, that y shall be scattered,
very man to hit own, and shall
leava ma alont: and yet I am not
alone, because the Fathtr Is with
mi."
THE SETTING of these words,
spoken by our Lord, is at His last
meal With His Apostles when He
looked forward to the betrayal of
Juadas, the denial of St. Peter,
and the desertion by the rest of
His closest followers.
ONLY A FEW hours after mat
ing the prophecy that He would
I thus be deserted by His best

NBC birthday-gifted him with a
bullwhip.

'Arnvidecci Roma" lyric writer
Teddy Reno is on the trans-Atlan
tic phone daily to Terry Linden.
a We w, York top model. .Aricne
Francis will coyer the Monaco
story for NBC . .Joan Loring
invited intimates to an informal
dinner the other eveg and intro introduced
duced introduced them to ber new husband,
a medico. .Time and Newsweek
missed the most interesting item
about zillionaire A. Vining Davis,
new landlord of Boca Raton. He
has 900 million dollars. His ambi ambition
tion ambition is to amass an even billion and
live to 100. He's almost 8J. .Gary
and Philip Crosby (Bing's'boys)
are rushing Holly woodoiis carol
Dennis and Pat White. .Barbara
Hutton's son Lance thinks Edna
HarringUn, a Palm Springs wait
ress, tons them alt. .Socialite
Wm. Hr.rmon and Dorothy Ann
Curtice; dghtr of the GM chief, a
duet at Manny Wolf's. .Ty Power
and a "somewhat" married British
star are as breathless as Smirnoff
Vodka m.Londoi..
Shcllev Winters received a ruby
and pearl necklace from ex-husband
Viuorio Gnssman. Chums
call it a reconciliation bid. The
star savs they are dear friends
and let's keep it tl at way, "I'm
not marrying my leading man,
either'' .Elizabeth Taylor and
Mike Wilding fmicr snapped split-
talk by trading jewels on their
4th wedding atmy .n-usmirgn
Pirate Lr.e Wall and joarne Pros Pros-te
te Pros-te seal it. in Oct. ." Jimmy Dorsey
and songstress Jean Blair are En Enjoying.
joying. Enjoying. Grace Kelly nix'd all of
fers to endorse produtes (at tall
fees) from hundreds of inms. Says
it isn't dignified
Oregon lumber hein Louise
Anderson married John Burma
last Weunesday after a 3-day court courtship.
ship. courtship. H j'v hair-stylist at Larry Mat
thews ialon. They met when she
came thtre for a shamrco . Ethel
Barrymore's boy Sammy Colt and
model Eleanor Elilririge have .that
LiUV-and-Marrii look'.. Actor Lance
Fuller's dreamboat u Marian Staf
ford, the eyefui on the Playboy
cover. .Teno stevc Poland in
"Pipe Dream" t married Donna
S a n d e r s. (last seen in "The
Vamp") at Warwick, N.Y. .Ac
tress Maggi McNaniaraa nd" play playwright
wright playwright David Swift reconciled. .
Rowan & Martin, the new domics,
will debut on Broadway at the
Latin Q soon. .An ad agency ty tycoon,
coon, tycoon, who married in Los Angeles
16 days ago. is back without her.
She changed her mind after the
honeymoon. .Gene Lvons of "Wit "Witness
ness "Witness for the Prosecution' and Bar
bara (Bus Stop) Baxley make Up-
stairs-at-the-Duplex their personal
friends, He went to the Garden to
pray. Even those nearest to Him
whom He took into the shadows of
Gethsemene to pray as He com communed
muned communed with the Heavenly Father,
fell asleep. "What, could yet not
watch with me one hourP" Our
Lord knew at first hand the depths
of loneliness. ;
THERE ARE two kinds of lone loneliness.
liness. loneliness. The first is- isolation in
space, and the second, is isolation
in spirit. The first is simply the
distance which separates one per person
son person from another. It is the expe experience
rience experience of every man who goes to
sea away from his closest
friends, his loved ones, and his
family; the crowded streets of his
home town.
YET ALL of us know that he is
nnt. rrallv alnne. His are the
- thoughts ofuie family and friends,
and perhaps a girl on shore, and
the constant knowledge of their

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fa Yoru
heaven. .Lrtest torchant is titled
"I Hope You Drown in My Tears.'
The bidders for The Rome Daily
American include the Egyptian
Gov t. .Newsreel spectators in
midtown New York cheer Eisen
hower so lustily you can't hear the
preface. .Monty Salmon, long longtime
time longtime chief exec at the Rivoli The-
a tor, has resigned. .Arizona's
Senator Goldwater is considered
the most literary writer in the Sen
ate bv colleagues. .Dr. Clarence
Hall (of Christian Herald) is the
new senior ed of Reader's Digest
. wit's a girl for, the Ed. Langes.
Pops the sportscaster. .S. Bil Bil-lingsley
lingsley Bil-lingsley will play' himself in the
Hitchcock film about an ex-bass-fiddlcr
at the Stork who was iden identified
tified identified as a stickup man and was was-nt
nt was-nt .A tragic story that brought
his family misery. ,Ty Power's
next ("The Eddy Duchin Storyl)
assures him of least (700,000. He
can use it. Ty's alimony to his two
cx-wives cost him $50,000 a year
each.
Everybody i in TV Is hilarious
over Kenneth Banghart's revenge
. .Neilsen gave him a rating of
zero, meaning nobody listened. So
Ken mentioned it on his 11 p.m.
newscast and urged listeners (if
any) to writt him. .11,000 did.
G. David Schine's mater bought
him f $25,000 new type plane. -It
has features of a helicopter but
Isnt. Flew it solo to Florida. .One
Of the things be learned while
exiled by the Army in Alaska. .!
Hollywood actresses are hep to the
letters "pp" on license plates. It
means the occupant is a press pho pho-tog.
tog. pho-tog. .Yana, the English siren in
"Cockleshell Heroes, and Cliff
Robertson of "Picnic will cement
Intl relations. .Eileen Barton
wingd to Florida leaving Vie Jar Jar-mel
mel Jar-mel in tatters. ; .Chet Whitehorn,
the new owner of Limelight mag,
and heiress Barbara Wilson are a
Cavanaghs couple. . Press-agent
Wm, Hegner and burlecutie Candy
Cane have the Dunhalls set rice-
shopping. Candy Nelson has enter
ed r lower Hospital for surgery
Barbara Huttons marital orohlems
are eased by Wool worths latest
financial statement The 5&10 em
pire (last year) took in 768 million
The haters, in Alabama (who
mail their venom) will get a shock
when Ihey discover Who" likeness
is on the 3c stamps. .They com commemorate
memorate commemorate the ir.0ri Birthday 'Vn-
ny of Bcoker T. Washington, great
Negro leader. The Gag of the
Week: The reason Eisenhower de decided
cided decided to run: He didnt w?nt to
run his Gettysburg farm under
the Benson Farm Program,

HEARTS

genuine concern for his safety.
He may be separated from them
by space; there may be a great
deal of water between his s h 1 p
and land, but he is not alone.'
THERE IS the greater loneli loneliness;
ness; loneliness; the loneliness of the soul.
Sometimes when we are in the
midst of a crowd of people we
have the sensation of being ab absolutely
solutely absolutely alone, for there is no re response
sponse response of recognition or con concern.
cern. concern. ;..
BY FOLLOWING the footsteps
of our Lord, who out of His own
experience ha sthe ability and ca capacity
pacity capacity to understand the need for
companionship, lonliness cannot
reach us,, for we say weith Him,
"I am not alone, because the Fath Father
er Father is with me." And because He
understood what it was to be lone lonely,"
ly," lonely," lid" promlscd.T'XorT-' am
with you always even unto the
end of the earth."

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WASHLNGTCN -It is tint alvin c
a happy job for a newspaperman
to puoiish facts which may not be
palatable to a large body of people
in the United States.
This may have been one reason
why I, along with othprs. vii utili
ty of not reporting the state of
President Roosevelt's health when
he ran again in 1944. I did report
m uuic ueiau me maa scramble of
the Democratic bosses to Dirk thpir
own candidate, Senator Truman, for
vice president at tne Chicago con convention
vention convention because they feared the
President might not last his term.
But I and other newsmen failed
to report on Roosevelt's health,
beyond stating the known fart that
he had gone on a cruise to Alaska
at the height of the war to rest
from the strain. There was, of
course, a wartime censorship which
protected much of what the Presi President
dent President did. We seldom saw him. Be
sides, it is unpleasant and disagree disagreeable
able disagreeable to warn publicly that a man
may cue in ottice.
Yet when the office of president
is all-important to the well-being
or tne united states and the safety
of the world, those unpleasant facts
have to be faced and I resolved
after the omission of the press in
ism never to oe remiss again.
That is why I reported as early
as Aug. 4, 1953 that President
Eisenhower had a heart condition
and had to take very good care of
himself. This was denied by Mr.
Hagerty, but nevertheless it was
true,.
, IKE'S HEALTH HISTORY
It was not only true, but a well well-known
known well-known fact in the hiaher echelons
of the Army and among Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's friends that he had high
blood pressure. He also had a verv
serious illness in the summer of
1949 and had to go to Key West.
Florida, for two months to recovJ
er. These are facts which the pub public
lic public has a right to know about any
one who holds the high office of
President instead of having those
facts hushed uo and denied.
It is quite clear from President
Eisenhower s own statements that
he is not a party to hushing them
up. He has talked frequently about
the erosion on the health of the
President, has urged Republican
leaders to build up other men, and
no later than the other, day on the
golf course expressed fear about
his physical condition.
It is also quite clear that, as
wilh Roosevelt, the men around Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower pushed him, a 1 m o s t
goaded him to run for the same
reason the men around Roosevelt,
pushed him up onto the sacrificial
election block namely, so they
can remainin office. ?
The public does not, for instance,
realize that many, doctors, Repub Republican
lican Republican doctors, have been aghast
that Dr. Paul D. White should make
a report to the nation so obviously
contrary to known medical knowl
edge and to his own previous medi medical
cal medical advice. i
Dr. White, for instance, gave ad advice
vice advice quite the contrary to. his re report
port report on Eisenhower when he wrote
in uie Anna is oi internal lvieaicinc.
in 1 ,n, . ,'
yeceiuuer, ioi, page juiu, regard
ing neart patients:
"Dear, great pleasure, anger.
and the excitement of an athletic
contest, such as viewing a football
game or boxing match, directly
or by television, or even listening
to one over the radio, have caused
inumerable deaths in patients with
serious heart diseases, especially
tnose witn coronary insufhcieo
"One of the rules in treatment
that we have advised for many
years." continued Dr. White, "is
that such patients avoid nervous!
strain.
"Sudden death," he said, "may
result from what may seem a
minor nervous or emtional
strain."
Yet the presidency is a position
which must normally absorb con
stant strains and nervous deci decisions.
sions. decisions. Word may i come that U.S.
troops are standing" by in the Near
East, ready to intervene to prevent
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family name
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Germany
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war; or that the Chinese Reds
have attacked Quemoy and Matsu
and a decision is necessary as ta
whether we should drop the atom
bomb.
Or the President may be in informed
formed informed that a certain senator is at.
tacking him; or a disturbing qu?s qu?s-tion
tion qu?s-tion may be asked in a press con conference;
ference; conference; or a cabinet member may
resign or be asked to resign. These
are frequent events in the life of
a President the most harassing,
nerve-racking office in the world.
One doctor who publicly dis
agreed with Dr. White's medical
report, assuring the public that
Ike had "five to ten more years"
of active life, is Dr. Samuel Le Le-vine,
vine, Le-vine, the noted Harvard specialist
who no later than one day after
Dr. White's report told 25,000 doc doctors
tors doctors on a closed television 'circuit
, U n tt 1

mm iiuinAijr mu accurately pre predict
dict predict the life span of an individual"
heart patient.
When- asked if a heart attack
shortened a man's life. Dr. Levine
bluntly replied: "Everybody knows
the answer to bet hat it wouid."
In addition to doctors, many bus business
iness business and political leaders are con concerned
cerned concerned over the manner in which
the President has, been pushed by
those around him. Congressman
Hugh Scott of Philadelphia, former
GOP national chairman, feels the
same way. So does Congressman
John Heselton of Mausachusetts.
These are not starry-eyed New
Dealers. They are Republicans
who are realistic and who knov
the repercussions if the American
people are fooled.
I repeat that the health of a
man in high office is not pleasant
to discuss. But the future of this
country is more important than a
matter'- of nnnlrasantness.
Expulsion 01 U.S.
Hewsman Suspended
By French PremierJ
PARIS, March 9 (UP) French
authorities today "suspended"
an expulsion order against an
American news magazine corres correspondent
pondent correspondent lust hours before he
was scheduled to leaye the
country.
Ben Bradlee, 34, chief Euro European
pean European correspondent for News Newsweek
week Newsweek magazine, was ordered on
Tuesday to leave, France within
48 hours. His expulsion was bas based
ed based on his attempts to interview
rebel leaders In strife-torn Al Algeria..'
geria..' Algeria..' The Ministry of Interior sus suspended
pended suspended the order after urgent
conferences with Premier Guy
Mollet's office and the Foreien
Ministry, Bradlee promptly can
ceiled his New York plane reser
vatlons for tonisrht.
The Interior Ministry said that
Bradley could remain in France
pending a "more complete in investigation
vestigation investigation to clarify once and
for all the circumstances" of the
correspondents stay in Algeria.
Bradlee admitted he tried to
contact the leaders of the Fella Fella-gha
gha Fella-gha outlaws in .the French
Northwest African territory but
said Jim did every other corres correspondent
pondent correspondent who was down there."
Bradlee said he would welcome
the government's investigation.
He said he is "going to stav nut
now until this thing Is settled."
It was understood that Mollet
himself ordered Bradlee's expul expulsion
sion expulsion postponed. v
TWO BAD BREAKS
DES MOINES. Ia. (UPV
One morning in the winter of
1954 Dorothy Gottlieb fell while
running to catch a bus and broke
her left hip threcinches below the
hip socket. Four days less than
two years later she fell while hur hurrying
rying hurrying for a bus near the spot of
the earlier tumble and broke her
right hip three inches below the
hip socket. v
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Sen. Gore Refuses To Head
Lobby Investigating Group

WASHINGTON, March 9 (UPV (UPV-Sen.
Sen. (UPV-Sen. Albert Gore (D-Tenn.) with withdrew
drew withdrew today from the running for
chairman of the Senate's new '"bi '"bipartisan"
partisan" '"bipartisan" lobby investigating
committee, charging that Republican-proposed
rules of procedure

would "hamstring" the inquiry,

Sen. Styles Bridges (N.H.) sen

ior Republican on the "blue-rib

bon" committee. retorted the

GOP proposals were "reasona
hie" and aimed at preventing i
"runaway" investigation.
Sanaft Dtmocntic L ,a d r
Lyndon B. Johnson (Tx.) final finally
ly finally warned that tho Sonata's rs rs-olr
olr rs-olr Democratic controlled com com-mittott
mittott com-mittott will takt over tht in inquiry
quiry inquiry unless tht wranojo is rt rt-'..
'.. rt-'.. solved.

The row over rules for the in

quiry into lobbying has been sira

mering since the eight-man- com

mittee hew its nrst meeung iasi

week. Gore, who had been expect-

rd to be chairman, has resisted

GOP efforts to curtail the normal

powers of a Senate committee
chairman.
The four Remibltcan members

have demanded that majority rule
rontrol of the investigation, in-

cludin? Issuance of subpenas, sub subjects
jects subjects for investieation and, selec

tion of witnesses.
Gore, who had been meeting
with Bridges as a two-man sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee en eommittee rul,
rose in the Senate todav to de denounce
nounce denounce the Reauhlirant for pro propping
pping propping "unworkable" rules. 5
The rules, he charged, would

leave the committee so "h a m-

strung" it "would be doomed to
failure before it started."
Gore said he was withdrawing
from consideration as chairman in
hopes this would improve pros prospects
pects prospects of getting the inquiry start started.
ed. started. He said he would continue to
serve on the committee "subject
to the will of the Senate."
Bridges replied that Gore wis
taking a "very gloomy view."
Ceiling the rules proposals "vo-

Church-By-TheSca
Holding Special
Services For Lent

A rvcle of Lenten Services are

being held at Colon's Episcopal

Christ Church By-the-Sea. with

presentation of a series of ser
mons by the rector, the Ven. Mai

nert J. Peterson, and his asso

ciate, the Rev. Henry A. Blake,
Each morning during Lent there

is a celebration of the Holy Eu Eucharist
charist Eucharist at fl. Questions from the

question box are answered by
Archdeacon Peterson at the 9 o'

clock Choral Eucharist on Sunday

Stations of the Cros on Friday

, mornings. He also preaches on

Sunday nights at 7:30 ana at ine
Stations of the Cross on F r i d a y
nights at 7. Sermons on the theme
"Personalities of the Passion" are
presented by Fr. Blake on
Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m.
Announcement has been made
that Confirmation instructions are
being given to adults following the
Service on Wednesday evenings,
and to children at the close of the
Children's Eucharist X Friday
mornings at 9 o'clock.

ry fair," he. noted the special
committee is evenly split be between
tween between the two parties with "dual
responsibility and dual d i r e c-
fion."

Sen. Thomas He'nnings (D-Mo.)
said he will move to dissolve the

committee a week from today if

me dispute is not settled.

Grace line Starts
Carrying Foreign
Mail In Containers
.The Morgan Station of the U. S.

Post Office in New York City was

uie locale recently for the inaugu inauguration
ration inauguration of the carriage of foreign
mail from New York in cargo con containers.
tainers. containers. The first shipment left on

Grace Line's Santa Paula March
2 for La Guaira, Venezuela. Other
Grace Line ports of call will be
included in this new arrangement
in the near future.

Greaver Allen, transportation

division of the United States Post
Office, Washington, D. C. collabo collaborated
rated collaborated with Grace line in the ini-

development of this project and
the first shipment will be moved
from the New York Post Office
which, under Postmaster Robert

H. Schaffer, dispatches and re receives
ceives receives more foreign mail than a a-ny
ny a-ny other American city.
From the standpoint of the Post
Office, as well as the carrier, the
new procedure is one of consider considerable
able considerable interest. Handling mail des

tined for a foreign country in con

tainers as a unit shipment rather

than as a large number of indivi-,

dual bags may well aid in achiev

ing the best possible out turn at
port of destination and should con contribute
tribute contribute materially to the efficient

and rapid movement of maiL

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Pianist Hugh Adams

V

PRIESTLY WINNER High

est honor in American chenuY

tryi the Priestly Medal of the

American Chemical Society, is

going; this year to Prof, Carl S.
Marvel of the University of Il

linois. ; Professor Marvel, is an,
authority on synthetic rubber,
and plastics. He will receive j
the gold medal in April at the
society's 129th annual meeting :
in Dallas, Tex.'

Featured Artist
At Easier Concert

Residents of the Atlantic Side
will hear Hugh Adams, talented
young pianist, on Easter Sunday,
as he is scheduled to appear- as
guest artist at the annual Easter
concert program to be presented
by Christ Church Choir Guild:
The program will be held in the
Church, beginning at 3:30 pm.,
and will also feature Prof. Gilber Gilber-to
to Gilber-to Perez, violinist and present di director
rector director oft the Colon Bombero
Band.
In addition, to anthems by the
choir, solos will be rendered by
Miss Constancia Bell, Miss
Blache Savage, Desmond Daniels,
and Cecil Miller. With the appear appearance
ance appearance of these artists, the coming
concert promises to be another un unusual
usual unusual treat to music lovers as a
fitting, celebration of the glorious i
Eastern Festival on April first.

f'' MAkT CDIEktne

A man removes his hat when

he stops to talk to a woman. I
And he certainly should never
talk to a woman with a cigaret
dangling from his mouth. If he
intends to talk for more than a
minute to a woman he meets on!
a city street, he walks alone with

her, instead of detaining- her.
That 's, a man does these1

th ngs if he is a GENTLEMAN.

DO-IT-YOURSELF MOTOR SLED This motorized sled is the
pride of Joe Zagony and his nine-year-old son, Stevie. Zagony,
of suburban Cleveland. Ohio, rigged up the contraption after two
years of experimenting for "something that would be fun for
Stevie and me in the winter. It's an eight-foot sled propelled
by a motor-driven rear wheel. The sled will whiz along at 30
m.p.h. It's equipped with a hand brake, a steering wheel and
seats. Motor has a one-quart gasoline tank. The rear wheel is
cleated for traction. Zagony says the finished project cost him $200.

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Canal Zone delivery

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The distribution of question

naires to employes of the canal

Zone organization subject to

Panama income tax is being
: rn.de this week. Gov. John S.
Soybold announced Wednesday at
h!s monthly conference with
representatives of Local Rate
Civic Councils.
Article II of the 1955 Treaty
pe-mits Panama to apply its in in-conte
conte in-conte tax to its nationals who
work in the Canal Zone and to
. other non-U.S. citizen employes
1 who work in the Zone but reside
in the Republic. As a matter ol
. voluntary cooperation trie Canal
Zone government and Panama
Canal Co. are obtaining and for for-warriinu
warriinu for-warriinu to the Government of

Panama information

be useful in checking

Governor stated thai eonsh eonsh-tent
tent eonsh-tent with the policy of former
years, a limited number of
positions were established for
the employment of students.
A request also made last
month, that space be provided
in La Boca for a boys' softball

diamond was considered by Wil

son Crook, Community services
director; Leonard : Brockman,
Personnel Programs Coordina Coordinator;
tor; Coordinator; and Cleveland Roberts, of
the La Boca Civic Council and it
wag mutually agreed that no
new baseball diamond Is neces necessary.
sary. necessary. However, arrangements

were made for the use of the
present ball field by re-schedul-

me its use with the Physical ta-

that will lucatlon Branch of the Schools

the re- Division.

turns of Individual taxpayers. Other matters of civic inter inter-The
The inter-The questionnaires are belngiest discussed during the eonfer eonfer-distributed
distributed eonfer-distributed by time keepers inience were the correction of faul faul-tbe
tbe faul-tbe various units who have been ty drainage condition between
issued instructions on how em-'Houses 5917 and 5918 in Rainbow

ployes are to complete tne:uuy mis nas oeen none; eiim-j
forrns Thev In t-irn, vi" h in'inatlon of the 24-mile speedi
a position 'to assist individual limit on Gaillard Highway at!
employes on questions they may,Pedro,MiRuel a 40-mile an hour'
hrve speed limit has been set; a re-
n answer to a question by D.' quest for improved hard surface
F White of the Rainbow citylwalk with standard street lights!

Civic Council, the Governor stat-llor the bachelor quarters in me

TMS tSUUfcr-lbM TKA.VELS IK) PkCK-UKB SCHOOLS
AWP ATTACKS t-AR6Ef? GCHOOUS Cfc 5MAIXEK FISHES,
AS TMS MEK1HAPEN AND HERRIN(S. FlEBCE AN 17 WJTHLES5
TO OTHER 6P55lg5,THS BUJEFISH SEEMfi TO PESTR47V

ed that the questionnaire d not
In any way replace the tax dec declarations
larations declarations required bv the Pana Panama
ma Panama Tax Office. He also said that
the deadline of March 15 set for
the completion of the question questionnaire
naire questionnaire is not related to the dead deadline
line deadline set by the Panama Tax Of Office
fice Office for the filing of estimated
195 tax returns.

When the questionna-res are
completed and returned the
information will be forwarded
to Panama. It Is- planned that
earnings statements will be
furnished annually by tJie f a a-nat
nat a-nat administration to the Re
public for those employes sub subject
ject subject to taxation early In each
calendar year, the Governor
added.
The questionnaires, which
must be completed and returned
by Individual employes before
March 15. are printed in Span Spanish
ish Spanish and English and employes
may use either form.
The Information sought In-

chtdes the name, address, resi resident,
dent, resident, citizenship, rate of nay,
and marital status. In addition,
employes will be asked to list
their dependents by name age,
relationship and state whether
thev reside with the employe.

The Governor also announced
that, as a further cooperative)
measure, the Canal Zone Gov-i

ernme'nt is furnishing copies of
the questionnaire to private es establishments
tablishments establishments tn the Canal Zone
with a request that they furnish
similar Information to the, Ca Ca-tval
tval Ca-tval zone Government tor f or or-tvarding
tvarding or-tvarding to Panama.v l ; i A
During the meeting a motion
was made by E. L. Fawcett of
the Paraiso Council that a reso resolution
lution resolution be drawn up by the Civic
Council representatives thank thanking
ing thanking Eugene C. Lombard, retiring
Executive Secretary, for the
support and assistance given the
local rate communities during
his many years in office. The
motion was seconded and passed
"unanimously by the representa representatives.
tives. representatives.
In response to a question
t brought up during the confer- i
ence last month by Eric Oak Oak-'
' Oak-' lev of the Paraiso Civic Coun Coun-cS
cS Coun-cS regarding elig'bUity of Lat Lat-Hn
Hn Lat-Hn American School students i
for summer employment, the

namn Rierd section this re-1

quest has been forwarded to the
BIngineering and Construction!
Director and a reply will be

made as soon as the study is
completed, and; a request that
the time given blood donors to
hn nhKent from their 1obs when

giving blood to the blood bankl
be extended this will be j
granted.
The Governor announced that
the old baseball stand at La Bo-1

ca is to be demolished because it
Is considered unsafe for use and

the remaining grandstand will I
accommodate the spectator re requirements
quirements requirements at the ball field.

The Civic Council representa representatives
tives representatives were informed that the
Market Basket price for January
mrM f J B avi A.

was jJD.io, a decrease oi zo ceins
from the previous month. The

total Market Basket is now $2 19!
under the first pricing in July,

1954.

Smashed Panels

Of Greek Plane
Hint Sabotage
LONDON, Mrch (UP)
The Instruments of a Greek
airliner were found smashed
to pieces shortly before it was
scheduled to fly to Athens to to-ri;y
ri;y to-ri;y and officials said "it looks
like sabotage."
Maintenance workers at
London Airport discovered the
"wrecked instrument panel In Instruments
struments Instruments on the four-engined
Greek DC-4 while wheeling it
out of a hangar.
The plane was scheduled to
fly to Athens by way of Paris
today.
"ThJs looks like sabotage," a
Greek airline representative
said.'
The aircraft was rolled back
into a hangar and police were
eahed in for an inspection.
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TWICE LOST
OXFORD, Mass, (UP) -Twice
in four months, Mr. and
Mrs. John Gustafson lost their
home -r first by flood, then by

fire. to

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fTell-worn steps and rugs be uses,
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IIIS r ANA. 1.4 AFRICAN AN INTCfrXTtXT -DULY MTSFAFEZt

These Are Hats
The Salesgirl Said Th ey Are
But You Can 'i Blame A Man For Asking

US Urgently Seeks UiJ Action
To Ease Mid-East War Threat

By GICK KLEINER
NEA SUH Correspondent
NEW YORK (NEA) The
idea is to make w.oman look like
should have a slim shilhouette, up
to the neck, and then bust out on
top like a bloom. To assist in that
treat endeavor, the hat designers
ave this year come up with the
largest hats since Lillian Russell
was a bobby-soxer.
At one salon a designer held up
a tall thin lake rose.
"This is fashion," he said. "The
women today wear the sheath
dress, which makes the silhou silhouette
ette silhouette as slender as the stem of the

rose. And thev wear a oai uite

this." Ho pointed to the creation

the model was wearing.

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It was shaped, roughly, like a
football helmet without the ear
guards. And it was all over rose
petals silken pink things, sewed
tier on tier.
"You have to be careful who

warn that hat. ".one of the sales

girls said. "Put it on a short girl

and she looks like a pixie unoer a
toadstool."

I.

"But on a tall girl," the man

said, "like a flower she looks."

one like a chrysatnthemum, one
big bold' black-eyed susan.
We used to call that one daisy,"
he said, "but then we made it yel yellow
low yellow and changed the name."
The whole hat industry Is a a-twitter
twitter a-twitter this season. Ther e's
more chanee in hats, they say,

since 1946. Everyone is excited-

customers, designers, salespeo

ple, everybody. .They think hats

are going to maice a pig unpres&iuu

this season. -:
"Thasa art HATS," said the
aiaccriri "Inst fpw vears. thev

were just little things, nothing to

them. But these are real nais.
Thev naraHed a strin B of them.

all bis. all cart of what the hat

industry calls "The Bountiful
Look. There was one called the
turtle, one called the cork, anoth another
er another the barrel. They looked, respec respectively,
tively, respectively, like a turtle, a cork and a
barrel.

Most of them came down ; low

m front, barely clearing the eye eyebrows.
brows. eyebrows. They all covered the head
completely, something women's
hats haven't done in 10 years.

"They'll keep the head warm,"
the girl said. "Jly mother used to

say if your medulla oblongata was
covered, you'd never cattch cold."
And thasa lurt will keep the
nation's feminine medulla oblon oblon-gatas
gatas oblon-gatas cozy. To say nothing of the
entire cranium. And, in some
cases, ears.
"But women shouldn't wear
hats for warmth," the man said.
"They should be worn for beauty
to finish the costume." :
Some more costume finishers
were trotted out. These were
smaller for smaller women.
The same idea, of course, but
where the first batch made women
look like roses or black-eyed Sus Susans,,
ans,, Susans,, these were more like por-tulacas.

It may take a yaar or so for
these high styles to sift down to
the "hat bar" level the $14.95
class. Currently, they're available
only in the custom sales, at prices
somewhere around $75 per. You'll
see them in the Easter Parade a a-long
long a-long Fifth Avenue. j
How long will this high-and-l
wide hat trend last?
"Only a season or so," said the
man. "After that, I have a hunch
the profile hat will come in again.
The profile hat is the job that
comes down over one side of the
face, and ends in a point. Where

the present stuff makes a gal look
like a flower and even some
weeds will, look like flowers the
profile hat will make them look

like they were peeking out from
behind a wiondow shade.
But. as lone as it lasts, the bis

hat busisess wilL change the lace
of Amenca. If you can find the

face, i

Biggest Public Works Project
In History OKd By Committee

WASHINGTON. March 9 (SP)-

A House Public Works siwom-

mittee yesterday approved (k big

gest public works project W the
country's history a vast 50 bil

lion dollar interstate h ig h w a y

building program.

uiief goal of the wear pro

gram is construction o a 40,000-

mile network of suierhighways

linking most stati cpitals. The

new roads, vital t ddense in case

of enemy attack, ouia De capa

ble of handling fle. greatly in

creased traffic pected in the

next 10 years.

Under the sipcommittee dim,

the federal govtnment would put

uo $36,600,000 01 the total with

the states coiWbuting the rest.
The ctoud is ected to complete

action on miior provisions oi uie

21-page bill morrow.; n
The tax-whing House Ways &
Means Committee already has ap approved
proved approved a .ompanion bill to in increase
crease increase taxS for the next 18 years
on gasolhu diesel fuel, t i r e s,
trucks, bues and truck-trailers to
help pay for the huge project.
The additional taxes, including
a new fivy of $1.50 per 1,000
pounds on trucks weighing more

than ?6,00O pounds, will be incor incor-nnratprf
nnratprf incor-nnratprf in thp hitrhwav hill hpfnre

it is brought before the House,
probably later this month.
There has been general agree agreement
ment agreement between the administration
and Democratic congressional
leaders on the urgent need for

such a roadbuilding program. The
big disagreement lias been over
financing methods.
The subcommittee's measure

calls for federal expenditures of

$24,825,000,000 in the next 13 years
for the modern interstate highway
system. The states would put up
$1 for every $9 contributed by the
federal government.
It also calls for a gradual expan expansion
sion expansion of the present primary, sec secondary
ondary secondary and urban road building

program tinder which the federal

government and the states share
the cost on a matching basis. Federal-state
spending on this pro pro-gram
gram pro-gram would total $21,350,000,000 in
the next 13 years.
In addition, the federal govern government
ment government would spend $1,160,000,000
in the same period to build and

improve so-called federal domain
lands those in national parks and

other federal lands.

British Deny Tale
Oi H-Bsmb Test On
Monte Bello Island

LONDON, March 9 (UP) A

British spoKesman saia wuay dhu
ain will not test hydrogen bomb

at the Austranna proving grouiiy
this year. A
A spokesman for the Atomic fr
nergy Authority explained that fle
tests scheduled to be held off ty
te Bello Island will involve stf''
evolosions as previously annoflc-
ed. p
"That means atomic, not AW AW-mnuiclear,"
mnuiclear," AW-mnuiclear," he said. h

The spokesman was commp,
on a Japanese news agency pon
that the tests would include voro voro-gen
gen voro-gen weapons. The KyodNews
service quoted "circles cjse to
the Japanese Forieign Offift W
its source. .

p-itish sources said it I avvm avvm-ur"":ely
ur"":ely avvm-ur"":ely that the United Ln5dor"
w;,l be ready to test arvH-bomb
before next year." But tfre W
she'll ation that i scientist! jorkine
on their own, have air-'" com-'-;ted
the first BritishAt-bomb.
Red Crs
mm what tha Ameri

can Red Cross wtH on its first
' dUaster relef worh" Miehl Miehl-jian
jian Miehl-jian fortst firit, ItM ivn aid
In torn ,000 opertiom in its
o'desf servlco Isasttr relief.,
The Red Cross htk i" bout 300
such operations h year. Join
nd give Jenerouf o that Red
Cross disaster wrkers will be
always on the l
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SKELETON OF KENTUCKY
DERBY WJNN.g?: STUDIED
SACRAMENT. Calif. -(UP)-Te
skeleton o re most contro controversial
versial controversial Kentucfcrperby winner is
now boing use) W the University
of California flr.anatomy classes.
m'e horse -vfs Broker's Tip
w'"'?h won tH 1933 Kentucky
Pr-by over Hi'd Play. The con controversy
troversy controversy conced a hand-to-and
b"t'e betweenoekeys Herb Fish Fish-e'
e' Fish-e' and Don jade as they rode
th'- mrr-nts A'vn the RtrptoH,

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IT'S LEAP YEAR AGAIN Their "fifth" birthday finally coming
up, these leap-year twins in Charleston, W. Va., close their eyes
and blow out the five candles on their cake. They're Mrs. Greta
Sexton, left, and Mrs. Glenda Wolf, celebrating their 20th birth birth-flay
flay birth-flay (Feb. 29) a little early.

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WASHINGTON. March 9 (UP)-

The United States today was ur

gently exploring United Nations

action on at least three fronts to

ease the threat of war in the Mid
die East.

Administration officials said a
"wide range" of possibilities were

under discussion at U.N. head

quarters in New York, between al

lied diplomats in Washington and

at various western and Middle

Eastern capitals.

So far, no final decisions nave
been reached. But these possibili

ties were reported under discus
sions:

1. Consideration by the U.N. Se Security
curity Security Council of the latest Israe Israeli
li Israeli and Syrian complaints about
shooting incidents against each

other. :...':;,.

2. New behind-the-scenes efforts
to widen the shooting distance be between
tween between Israeli and Egyptian forces

in the Negev demilitarized lone

The merits of this U.N, backed
plan were said to have been dis

cussed at the White House Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday by President Eisenhower and
acting Secretary of State Herbert
Hoover, Jr.
; 3. New U.S. pressures on the A A-rab
rab A-rab states to get going on the Jor Jordan
dan Jordan valley development plan as a
way to ease the Arab refugee
problem and avoid new trouble
with Israel. U.N. Secretary Gen General
eral General Dag Hammarskjold is parti particularly
cularly particularly interested in action on the
refugee problem.
American concern over the
Middle East crisis was relected in
the announcement that a battalion

nf U.S. Marines would leave next
week for the Mediterranean area.
The official announcement said

the Marines were going to the a-

rea for training. But other offi officials
cials officials indicated the marines were

being sent as a precautionay mea measure
sure measure to protect American lives
and property in event of trouble.
Mr, Eisenhower told his press

conference Wednesday that the U U-nited
nited U-nited States was trying to avoid
an arms race in the Middle East.

"We have consistently restated
our position that we believe the
United Nations should take urgent
and early action on this matter

(Middle East crisis;, the Pres
ident said. :

His remarks underlined a grow

ing feeung on the part of observ
ers that the allied powers are talk
ing and thinking more about U.N

action that unilateral action by the

United States, Britain and France

in the Middle East,

Hearst Tells Asia
US Ready To Figh!
To Prof eel Allies

TOKYO, March 9 (UP) Wil William
liam William Randolph Hearst Jr., editor-

in-chief of the Hearst Newspapers,
said today the United States is
prepared if necessary "to fight to
safeguard our Asian allies from
Communist conquest"
In a speech to the Foreign Cor Correspondents
respondents Correspondents Club here, Hearst
said "There seems to be some con confusion
fusion confusion regarding America's deter determination
mination determination to resist aggression in
Asia."
"They (the Asians) should know
that we have no intention of aban

doning all Asia to the Commu-

nits," he said. "We will take all

measures required by the circum

stances of any new aggression.

We are. if necessary, prepared to

fieht to help safeguard our Asian

allies from Communist congest

if

Cqbsl En!d:s
Dii3 Dy Ikrch 31
.High school students still have
time to enter the National High
fccfiool Photographic Awards, an
annual contest sponsored by the
t'astman Kodak Company exclusiv exclusively
ely exclusively for students in grades 9 12.
March 31 is the last day for mail mailing
ing mailing pictures. All entries postmark postmarked
ed postmarked by midnieht of that date will be

eligible for the 256 individual priz-.

es worm a total a S5,ooo.
Winners will be announced In
May. Judging will be done in four
classes: (1) School Activities: (2)

People outside of school)' (3)

ricionais and still Life; and (4)
Animals and Pets. Top winner in
eh class will receive $300. sec

ond $200, and third $100. In addi-i

uon, lour Special Awards of 150 will
be made, and 240 $10 Honorable
Mention Awards will be invent

- Past experience proves one need

noi De an expert or use complex
equipment to come up with a win winner.
ner. winner. -Many photographs that have
rated top prizes have been made
with simple "box" cameras.
As in previous years, a selec selection
tion selection of winnine nrints will h

sembled into a traveling salon av available
ailable available on a free loan basi tn

schools, libraries, and similar in

stitutions.
Details may be obtained bv writ

ing to: National High School Pho-

cograpnic Awards, 343 State Street,

nucuesier xwew xorK.

MIAMI CRACKDOWN

MIAMI. Fla. (UP) Miami'

six municipal judges have started

CTacKin down on drunk drivers

rrom now on jail sentences will be

metea out to all second offenders

ana aiso to nrst oitenaeri ; in

scuuus cases.

NOW SPECIAL

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Immitation Bamboo sofa (without cushions) . 2.00
Tables .50
Beds with Springs 1 5.00
Chests of Drawers ....15.00
Kerosene Stoves (NEW) 9.95
Wardrobes (Mahogany) 29.00
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Bethel Mission's I
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The young people's society of
, the Bethel Mission Church, Pa-
raiso, will observe its anniver anniversary
sary anniversary tonight with a program in
which other youth groups will
.participate.
On Monday, a week of evan evan-'
' evan-' kellstlc meetings will be held at
the church by. the Evangelical
.... Minister's Council of Panama.
An anniversary program, in
- which several churches will par-

tlclpate, will he held on March
25 at 3 p.m.
APPLIANCE
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Refrigerator "LEONARD'!
9 cubic feet. 25 cvcles,
used a little over a
year, perfect condition
(can be financed )
originaUy $398.00 ,. ,$198.00
Refrigerator'
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, a year perfect condition
lean De unanceaj -originally
$260.00 .... 160.00
Freezer "LEONARD"
Brand New!
7 cubic feet, chest
tyne (can be financed)
originally $395.00 ..... 295.00
Washing Machine
"WHIRLPOOL,"
completely automatic,
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buy .................. 95.00
Washing Machine :
"HOOVER" slightly
used and in excellent
condition .v.. ..." 70.00
Washington Machine
"HOOVER." 25 cycles,
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Washing Machine
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excellent for the
children's clothes,
handkerchiefs, diapers,
etc. Barealn for
only! 15.00
Dryer "WHIRLPOOL"
Gas Brand New!
(Can be financed).
Originally $385.00 243.00
Electric Ranee
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Water Heater "UNION" -for
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practical and efficient 30.00
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FOR SALE. Mahogany china
closet, excellent condition $25;
refrigerator defroster,, never
used, 25-cycle; new English wool
gabardine man', suit and English
Donegal tweed .port coat, both
iixe 40. Inquire Hou.t 3220
Empire Street, Balboa.
FOR SALE:- Four-burner itove,
good condition, $25. Phone 3-
0850.-
FOR SALE: Jan.sen ipinet pia piano
no piano in blond finish $300; one
mahogany buffet, Empire style,'
purchased at W. b J. Sloane's,
New York $145; one mahogany
bookcase painted black (.action (.actional)
al) (.actional) 12 rcet long by 5 feet 10
inches high $110; center section
of bookcase open to hold mi
hogany twin bed, painted black,.
$35; spring and rubber mattress
$40; one mahogany magazine
table painted black $30. Call
Panama 3-3068 between 10 and
12 mornings.
FOR SALE: Bed, Beautyreit in in-nerspring,
nerspring, in-nerspring, round mirror, hassock,
fVigidaire, four burner electric
range, .lands, lamp, dishes, step
ladder. 0776 F Williamson
Place, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Household furnish furnishings:
ings: furnishings: bedroom, living room, din dining
ing dining room sets, new water heater,
stove, refrigerator. Apt. 1 1
House 44 on 46th Street, Bella
Vista. See anytime.
Hev General Motors
Policy Discourages
. Cuf-Threai Seflinq
WASHINGTON. March 9 (UP)
Harlow FI. Curtice, president of
oenerai Motors urp., today an announced
nounced announced a new company policy
aimed at discouraging automobile
bootlegging, unethical advertising
: ana cut-tnroat selling.. 1 -: .,. : .:
I' Ife oullineft the proVram, which
I went into effect March I, in a
I statement to a Senate subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee investigating auto marketing
practices. Curtice predicted the
jnew plan will benefit GM's thou thousands
sands thousands of dealers and ultimately
the consumer;
I The National Automobile Dcal-
ers Assn. laoeied the move as
i "highly cratifvinc." But it said
I "we shall continue to press for
(Passage of bills" to protect deal-
I ers from unfair contracts with
auto manufactuers.
Some GM' '.dealers have told the
subcommittee," headed by Sen. A.
S. Mike Monroncy (D-Okla.) that
the auto firm overloaded them
with cars, forced them into high high-pressure
pressure high-pressure sales tatcics and revoked
the franchises of dealers who
failed to meet sales quotas.
" NADA President Frederick J.
Bell said "It is highly gratifying
to learn from Mrs. Curtice that so
many of the basic objections of
dealers to the form and wording
of the sales agreement with GM
have been dealt with."
But, he added, "We feel it es es-sentiat
sentiat es-sentiat to the continuing tranquili tranquility
ty tranquility of the industry, and very much
to the public interest, that the
pfinitv TMisition of both Dartics to a
contract be firmly established by
law. .,
Curtice said auto bootlegging De
camp a "vr.rv serious Droblem" in
1954. in that vear, ne saw, me
Justice Department blocked, a plan
under which GM tried to buy back
pTppsn curs at dealer costs..
".We have 'bten and are 'doing
what we can to eliminate possible
contributing causes to bootleg bootlegging,"
ging," bootlegging," he said. "We have been
nlanninff nnr nrnilnctintl carcfllllv.
j! adjusting our schedules to chang
ing marketing conditions.
3
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m sale-..
! Ave. Eloy Alfaro 15-159
Tet. 2-0610

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FOR SALE
Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1951 Studebaker
Comm. V-8, radio, 2-door se sedan.
dan. sedan. 2-1713 early evening.
FOR SALE: 1948 Cadillac 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, fully equipped. $725. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 86-2200 Albreok.
FOR SALE: 1948 Chrysler se sedan,
dan, sedan, Windsor model. Phone 2 2-3484.
3484. 2-3484. FOR SALE: 1949 Chevrolet
2-door sedan $400. 5759-B,
Diablo. Phone 2-1851.
FOR SALE:-1955 Ford Custom Custom-line
line Custom-line 4-door Sedan, 9800 miles,
excellent condition, many extras.
Will take good small car in
trade. New Hi-Fi speaker en enclosure
closure enclosure complete with new 12"
speaker. Phone Balboa 2-3069.
-FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet
Convertible, good condition,
powerglide, with radio $500,
Call Balboa 1072.
FOR SALE: 1954 BelAir Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet 4-door, 2-tone, powerglide,
radio, rear speaker, wsw tires,
tinted glass, excellent condition
$1450. House 782-B, Tavernilla
St., Balboa. Phone 2-1358.
THE AMERICAN RED CROSS,
CANAL ZONE CHAPTER. OF OFFERS
FERS OFFERS AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in pub public,
lic, public, will be received until 10:30
a.m., March 26, 1956. in the
Red Cros. Office located near
the Civil Affair. Building, An Ancon)
con) Ancon) for tale of one Ford 2-door
Coach located at the Rd Cros.
Office," Ancon. Invitation for bid
may be obtained at the above
tource

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LOCAL BOY GETS DISTINCTION-Hoiaclo Burrowes on his
way to the Necchl convention about the latest push button
sewing machine of the well known Italian make, Is being- seen
off the plane by Mr,. Guillermo Herrera, Necchl concessionaire
in Panama and the Canal Zone. Mr. Burrowes has acquired
thorough technical ability In a few years with Necchl's local
distributor and his proficiency Is being rewarded with this trii)

Native Canal Zonian Promoted
To Top Standard Oil Position

The promotion of P.N. "Pete"
Johnson, native Canal Zonian, to
the presidency of the Salt Lake
refining and pipeline companies,
the two principal Intermountain a-
rea affiliates of the Standard Oil
of California, was recently an announced
nounced announced in California and Utah
papers.
The news of his promotion to one
of the top positions in the Standard
Oil organization will be of interest
to his many friends in the Canal
Zone where he grew up and at
tended schools through Balboa
High and Canal Zone Junior Col College.
lege. College. He is a member of a well well-known
known well-known Zone family and his broth brother
er brother is F. R. Johnson, who for the
oast three years has served as
supply director of the Panama Can
al. Co.
The nromotiori of Johnson to
present position follows a climb
through a series of positions with
Standard Oil of California from
his first which was digging
ditches at one of the Oil firm's leas leases
es leases in the San Joaquin basin. He
went to his new job from a special
assignment with the corporation's
oil planning department which has
charge of scheduling production to
meet market aemanas.
A deseriDlion of his career from
hk birth in Balboa in 1916 to
ht nresent position was given in
a recent issue of a Salt Lake City
nanpr under the title of Business
Portrait." It said he began his
business career. selling newspapers
in Balboa.
After graduating", from Junior
College, he entered the University
of Michigan for a degree in chemi chemical
cal chemical engineering. He was told when
he joined Standard Oil that he
wou d start at tne pouom dui jus
ditch digging job, came as a sur-
Pe' .. ..... ... i.-jLA
rrom uiai siari im uas wumeu
his way up in the organization, the
artir le stated, and has since cov-
r,liforniV 1
Johnson was married in 1944 to

MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 203 If ANCON, C.Z.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet
Deluxe, excellent tire, and! en engine.
gine. engine. Refrigerator Wetinghouse.
all porcelain. Excellent condition.
Cristobar 2138.
FOR SALE: Grand piano. Pye
radio, wardrobe, dressing table.,
Phone 1158, Colon
FOR SALE: Tropical fi.he.,
goldfishes, aquarium., bulk dog
food, tinging German canaries
$10 u. Budgie., all tort, of pet
supplies, garden supplies Acua Acua-rio
rio Acua-rio Tropical Pet -'Shop,' 49 Viar
Espana, acros. from Tropelco.
Phone 3-5411.
FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniel fe female
male female black and white, 6 month,
old. Apply Ave. J. Arosemena,
"Balboa" building. Apt. 18.
Position Offered
WANTED: Secretary (female)
.experienced, unmarried, $175
per month. Apply "Colocacione.
y Secretariado," Avenida Mexi Mexi-.
. Mexi-. co, 25th Street (corner). Phone
2-4655.
WANTED
Automobiles
WANTED :-1949-'51,
No eraok.
2624.,
-Cyl black Ford V8
in good condition.
fhono Panama 2-
(Mercuric)
Miss Paula Stokes, of Pasad ens
and they have three girls. He and
Mrs. Johnson visited his brother
and his wife at Balboa Heights for
several days about two years ago,
u vrao iime ne renewed acaua-
mtence with many of his former
scnooi mates.
Syrian Money Offer
To Jordan Aimed At
Ousting Of Britain
AMMAN, Jordan, March 9 (UP)
The Premier of Syria arrived
here today with a reported money
offer for Jordan from the big three
countries of the Arab world aimed
at ousting Britain from this king kingdom
dom kingdom for good.
Syrian Premier said G h a z zr
came by 'plane directly from Cai Cairo
ro Cairo with a top secret message for
King Hussein from his president
and the chiefs of state of Egypt
and Saudi Arabia.
Ghazzi immediately drove to the
palace for an audience with "the
21-year-old King who rocked Brit British
ish British influence in the Middle East
last Friday by firing the British
commander of his crack Arab Le Legion.
gion. Legion. V
': The Syrian Premier would say
only that he had a message from
the Cairo meeting. I will return to
Cairo this evening."
i He refused to disclose the con contents
tents contents of the message, but it was
believed to contain an Arab of
fer of money to match the present
$33.6 million annual .subsidy Brit Britain
ain Britain now pays yearly to Jordan.
Authoritative Arab sources said
the message also congratulated
Hussen for firing the British com
mnrler and expressed the view

ilhat it inidit.coutain M- invitation) who.has headed the, bitter, year-

Ifor HusseTh to join the conference
in Cairo.

FOR RENT
Apartments

ATTENTION G. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedroom., hot. cold tel.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished or n.
furnishe j 2-bedroom apartment
at exclusive "El Cangrejo.'' Indi Individual
vidual Individual bathroom., dining-living
room.,, maid' room with bath.
Linen, Nlishe. & -complete kitch-"
en equipment. Phone: Business
hour. 2-0321. Sunday. 2-3525.
FOR RENT:- Apartment.: one
.mall, one big. 29th Street No.
9. Phone 2-3403.
FOR RENT.wModern apartment
in El Cangrejo Development: two
bedroom, etc., hot water, all
screened. Further particular.,
please call 3-4946 or 3-6737
Panama.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, kitchen uten utensils
sils utensils and linen, one "bedroom, liv living
ing living room, porch, dining room,
garage, garden, hot water, G.I. G.I.-in.pected.
in.pected. G.I.-in.pected. 9th Street No. 47,
San Francesco, near but .top.
FOR. RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment in El Cangrejo
for 2 month.. Available April
the 15th, to reliable couple or
tingle person. Phone 3-491 1 of office
fice office hour..
FOR RENT: Modern apartment
2 bedrooms, living roomdining
room, garage, etc. "El Cangre Cangrejo."
jo." Cangrejo." Phone 2-1456.
FOR RENT: Vacation quarters,
April 30-June 30, completely
furnished new 2-bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Linen, dishe., etc. all for
price of normal rent; maid serv service
ice service available. Phone Panama 3 3-6572.
6572. 3-6572.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
.apartment. Clean and comfort comfortable.
able. comfortable. B. residential area. 43rd
Sreet No. 13. i :
FOR RENT: Large beautiful
apartments in Rio Abajo on main
highway, No. 5010-A. Phone 3 3-2078.
2078. 3-2078. FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms, living room,
dining room, porch, kitchen,
beautiful view, centrally located,
cool, quiet. Phone 3-0276 or
3-081 1, "La Miniatura,' Peru
Avenue No. 99.
FOR KENT: Modern two-bedroom
apartment with maid's
room and hot water system. Lo Located
cated Located in bolt residential area,
From 1 to 6 p.m., 3-0601.
Jungle Do's, Don'ls
Feature YMCA-USO
Talk Next Tuesday
The Army's Jungle Warfare
Training Center will -stage its
fourth leclurein the current "More
About Panama" series at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa YMCA-USO next, Tuesday at
7:30 p.m. ;'" :
Maj. William F. Schless w 1 1
speak on the general subjc- of
jungle warfare training, w Lt
Jerome H. Anderson a n i. Lt.
Charles B. Beaumont will speak
about "do's and dont's" for those
who enter the jungle. Such sub subjects
jects subjects as picking a place for camp
ing, edible plants and fruits, build building
ing building a shelter, drinking water etc.,
will be covered,

Materials and equipment u s e dtest wjn be announced tonight at
:il u i i 1 WA..l .... ... .!...

will also be displayed and they
hope also to bring snakes and a-
nimals found in the jungle.
This is a continuation of the seri series
es series started last Fall and is the 13th
In the total number of lectures
presented to give local residents a
greater knowledge and appreciation
of their local environment.
. Admission is free and the public
is invited.
Greek Archbishop
Drops Out Of Sight
En Route To Mens
NICOSIA, March 9 (UP) -Fie-

ry Greek Archbishop MaKarios,,Ba,bo, 1277 until 6:30 p.m. to-

leader of the anti-British move
ment in Cyprus, disappeared to
u-n.. i r. i,nloH
flight he was to make to Ainens.
British Governor Gen. bir jonn
Harding.immediately ordered cen
sorship of all cables to Crete, Long
distance telephone calls were ban
ned. .'
The Boston-educated Archbishop
had planned to leave for Athens
for consultations with Greek gov,
eminent officials about, the latest
breakdown in negotiations with
Britain over the island s future.
His limousine went to the air airport,
port, airport, but it was learned later that
he had not boarded the Athens Athens-bound
bound Athens-bound airplane. His whereabout,
were unreported.
Informed sources said "an im
portant development" was expect
ed shortly.
Rumors immediately circulated
that the British may have arrest
ed or deported the Archbishop,

long" Greek Cjpnot TU against perty" Disposal
I Britain for 'self-determination.",4149).

FOR Rl;NT
Houses

FCR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished chalet, garage, garden,
etc. "Urbanixacion rViiatlore..''
Phone 2-1456
FCR RENT-Chalet: to bed bed-room.,
room., bed-room., bath, porch, living room,
dining room, kitchen,! maid',
room and bath. Aquilira de la
Guardia No. 24 Phone 1-1878;
FOR RENT: Top floor of luxu luxurious
rious luxurious modern house, completely
furnished: 1 bedroom, fcvinj fcvinj-dining
dining fcvinj-dining room. First Avenee, El
Carmen, opposite No. 94.
FOR RENT: Furnished chttet:
2 bedrooms, refrigerator, cttYe,
garage, garden. 18th Street No.
10, San Francisco.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Chalet at Santa
Clara, comfortably furnished,
7200 square meter., 4 bed-?
rooms, living room,' dining room,
3 baths. Call telephone 2-0027
or 3-0763 Panama,
FOR SALE OR RENT: Three Three-bedroom
bedroom Three-bedroom house, garage & maid',
room, La. Cumbres. Call Balboa
3179.
Help Wanted
WANTED: Experienced maid,
live in, general housework and
laundry. Reference, required.
.Phone Balboa 3546.
Du Ponl Chalks Up
Record-Breaking
Sales During 1955
NEW YORK, March 9 (UP)
E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co.
today reported record breaking!
sales and earnings lor 19a5. climax
ing a 51,200,000,000 postwar expan
sion program.
Ihe world s largest chemical
company said its sales last year
spurted 13 per cent to a new peak i
of $1,909,197,444 from $1,687,619,767
in io4.
Net income rose to $131:555,884,
equal to $9.26 a common share,
from $344,386,015, or $7.33 a share
in 1954.
Crawford H. Greenwalt, presi-
dent, said the postwar expansion!
program included construction of
14 new plants. He said 119 mil
lion dollars was spent last year
alone.
He said four new plants are un under
der under construction a finishing plant
at Tucker, Ga.; a sulfuric acid
i i v.! , .' i. : ..
Jiaiii near lanciunau, vino; neu- j
prene unit at Montague, Mien., ana
a tetraethyl lead and "Freon" re refrigerating
frigerating refrigerating plant at Antioch, Calif.
Sales last year ran 194 per cent
above the 649 million dollars rung
up in 1946, he added. About 27
per cent of 1955's sales, or about!
500 million dollars were in prod products
ucts products that did not exist 10 years
ago, such as Orion and Dacron.
Policemen's Queen
Will Bo Revealed
Al Toniohl's Ball
Thf winner n! the Queen's con-
the Policemen's Ball which is be
ing held at El Panama Hotel.
El Panama $ Clarence Martin
and his orchestra and Angelo Jas-
pe and his orchestra will furnish
music. Jaspe will also play tor tne
floor show.
Carl Martvn. well known
throughout the States for his danc
ing ability will begin the snow.
Juan Soto, winner of last year's
U.S. Army Caribbean singing con contest
test contest will lend his talents to eve evening's
ning's evening's entertainment.
Dolores Kosan, beautiful Span Spanish
ish Spanish dancer will present her Span Spanish
ish Spanish dances, followed by Al Mar Mar-chese
chese Mar-chese with his accordion. Don Ra Ra-mey
mey Ra-mey will play the drums and pia piano.
no. piano. Gorgeous Mayra Sucre will
present own versions of the Ha
waiian dancing.
PacnruQtinnc will ho nprpntprl
- night an(i wiu be held until 9:30
- n m
Army Will Accept
Excess Property
Offers March 26
Bids in quadruplicate will be re
ceived by the Property Disposal
Officer at the Corozal General
Depot, at 9:30 a.m. March 26 for
128 items of foreign excess person personal
al personal property.

The property located at build building
ing building 706 at Corozal includes:
Duplicating machines, generat generator
or generator sets, assorted typewriters, field
printing outfit, coin counting ma machine,
chine, machine, electric motors, kettles of
steam, electric and gas, coffee
stands, cots, ranges, and saw
machine..
For information regarding sub submission
mission submission of bids, contact the Pro-

uriiccr T,uuozai

RESORTS

Shrapnel', furnished houses on
beach at Santa Clara. Telephone
Thompson. SjlLoa 1772.
Gramlich'a Santa Clara leach
Cottage.. Modern conveniences.
6-44?
moderate rate.. Phone Gamboa
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. One mil
past -Casino. Lew rotes. Phono
Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceansido Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 435. Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1177. Crltto Crltto-bal
bal Crltto-bal 3-1673.
WANTED
H
ouses
WORKING COUPLE need vaca vacation
tion vacation quarter, starting April 15.
Phone Navy 25-3301.

HELP WANTED
, Accountant preferably with a university degree.
Qood salary for selected applicant. Must speak and
write both Spanish and English and have at least
five years experience in general accounting, com-
-putation of taxes, etc.
V Apply in persona to Mr. A. Acevedo C, person person-fel
fel person-fel director, CompafWa Panamena de Fueria y Luz.

EXPANSION SALE!
We have to SELL
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and sell low! I

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tiiesh
at
COLPAN
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COLPAN OVER-FLOW LOT

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Tlis week's
LUCKY 'BUYER SPECIAL
'49 Buick Fortfa 395.

COLPAN Reconditioned
COLPAN Safy Checked
COLPAN Guaranteed
'53 WILLYS '
Station Wagon .U,. 4 1195
53 HUDSON 1 "'.
4-Door ......... v A..... 1095
'52 MERCURY V(
"Hard Top" 1095
'52 PLYMOUTH V
: ClubCoupe ....... u.; ...1095
'52. FORD ;
4-Door . . . .... ..... . .-. 995
'52 ENCLISH FORD
Consul 4-Door r, , , 650
V52FORD
12 Ton Stake Truck ,... 950
52 CHEVROLET 1 f
4-Door V...... 995
'51 STUDEBAKER A
4-Door ................ A, 595
;,51 KAISER St
) 4-Door X. ... 395'
'48 NASH ..
4-Door V',... 250
FAST FRIENDLY FIKiNCING
LISTEN! COLPAN bring you the
Lottery Drawings Siidays
10:55 a.m. Radio Panai,ricana

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1090 Kcs,
2-1033
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FOR; SALE
Motorcycles"

FOR SALE: B S A 125-cc.,
very good conditio!, $150 ca-.h.
Tel. Balboa 2-2438 aHer 3:30.
FOR SALE: 1953 motor tcoot tcoot-er
er tcoot-er Cu:hman, excellent -condition,
new tire.. Phone 5-169.
LESSONS
DO YU WANT to learn Span Spanish?.
ish?. Spanish?. Experienced teacher will
tech you. Write Box 929 Pan-
ama.---V:h- ":-.-..' ;.-.:.' '. ".:-.'
FAMILY MATTER
BIG RAPIDS, Mich. -(UP)-Patrolman
T. L. Voss, off duty at
the lime, gave his 17-year-old
daughter, Sondra, a ticket for fail failure
ure failure to have her car under control
after she hit two parked cars while
turning a corner near her home.
the new
the Street
Panama 123CiCcs. Colon
. -ill
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wiroLio TivoLi CEflTRALTIicrc LUX T 13 EAT HE DHIVE-iri Theatre CECILIA Til EATHE ... JZLlli
BANK NIGHT! 7 Sc. 5L 40c. 73c. 40c. TT TTT: hi, m ran. "' 0c' Uc' B,t,rr .r,,,.
TEN WANTED Shows: 1:10, 2:52, 4 55, :58, 9:01 p.m. Technicolor Weekend Release! Popular Night! $1.10 PER CAR. Panic... Horror... with the greatest Bank Night $360.60 BAREFOOT THE j
Errol Flvnn. In horror picture of all time Gold Prize! ....,,..
MEN EDGE OF DARKNESS Burt Lancaster Dianna Foster John Payne -Mary Murphy, in ESTHER WILLIAMS TARANTULA maima
.. and Diana Lynn, In HFI 1 c. Kl AKIh J w u In Cinemascope! .pi,-.
' -Plus:- THE KENTUCKIAN tnTOn V' and RICARDO MONTALBAN, la P1US: SITTING BULL
int rvtti i uvMMn In VISTAVISION! ARTHUR KENNEDY In In Technicolor!
DFVIL'S MAN BEHIND In Cinemascope & Technicolor! Love hate and adventure amidst the FIFTA tuc kiAWcn mawm THE BIG
Ut1L THE GUN A mountain of a man... Tne story full furv of the Tropics! f 1 c 3 1 A IHt NAKED DAWN BEAT THE DEVIL
GODDESS with Randolph Scott of the, great American! 3:04 4:59 6:54 :52 p.m. In TECHNICOLOR! In TECHNICOLOR! with H. Bogart GUSHER
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA1 Ex Exclusively
clusively Exclusively Yours: Red Skelton had
an unotticiitl talk with a visiting
state department official about
tourng Russia this summer. He
thintrs he can unfreeze the Soviets
will, his pantomime and says he's
rarin' to eo. Next day.- proving!
KVo ,,r.f ,.-..:4 ni'tkinn Hah!
climued in'o a leopard's cage for
Disneyland photographers!
Alter seeing "Picnic, Alan Wil Wilson
son Wilson decided it's so good it will not
only draw people but t nts.
There's a new headache in the
wind for theater owners. Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood film, distributing companies
are' plotting'. to grab a cut of the theater
ater theater lobby jiopcorn, candy and soft
drink piofit?. The money, often
bigger than the box office take,
h:'s always gone into the theater
owner's pocket, t
Litest press agent crash-in on
f.race Kelly's marriage is the
silliest yet. A Kansas City inte interior
rior interior decorator wants to make the
Palace of Monaco "more condu conducive
cive conducive to modern-day living" as a
wedding present. Claims the dec dec-nvjtnrr
nvjtnrr dec-nvjtnrr '"Th nalace is ornate.
overelaborate and doesn't lend it-i
self to a young married couple.
Don't worry, old boy.
Her Highness will brighten it up.
A COMPLETE vaudeville show
is coming up soon on a Burns and
Allen telefilm. Sophie Tucker, Ed Eddie
die Eddie Cantor and George and Gracie
will be the headliners.
Hollywood will roll out the redi
carpet for the winner o fthe NEA;
Service Bugs Bunny Easter color-
ing contest this year. First prize
is a trip to movietown for the win winner
ner winner and one parent, sponsored by
Warner Bros. There will be a
three day entertainment tour of
seeing how movies are made and
luncheons with the stars.

Josann Berenger, the mystery, Not in the Script: Tony, Curtis,!
girl in .Marlon. Brando's Ufa. isn't deep-freezing temperament stories
a question:" mark to members of about TUina IjoHobi'igida: "The:
the 1 American Acting Companjf! only thing' difficult- about Lollo-I
that Vanessa' Brown heads in Hol-fbrigida is how you pronounec her
lvwocd.. Josanne attends every1 name."-

Union Rejects Mediation Proposals
For Settling Vestinghouse Strike

WASHINGTON, March 9 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The AFL-CIO Electrical Workers
union' today rejected mediation
proposals for settling the 144-day
Westinghouse strike and ordered
its negotiating committee to re returns
turns returns Viarffainine immediately.
. Union President James B. Carey i
told a news conference the union s
75-member Westinghouse Confer-i
ence Board voted unanimously a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst accepting the package pro-
posal. It already had been accept accepted
ed accepted by Westinghouse Electric Corp,!
While Carey insisted the action.
is "not to be considered a rejec rejection
tion rejection of" the mediation package,
it amounted to that since the -proposals
Were submitted to .both
sides on an all-or-nothing basis.
The three-man mediation board
has said it will not change we
recommendations,
Westinghouse said In a state statement
ment statement that "by refusing to accept
the recommendations as a pack package,
age, package, and demanding changes" the
union "has clearly rejected them."
It said union leaders "therefore
must accept full responsibility for
tnp continuation oi uus uiasuuu
strike." .'..' ;
many concessions to the union in
an all-out effort to end" the walk walkout.
out. walkout. It termed the union's action
"an example of flagrant abuse of
power." , .,
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tde longest major walkout in 20
years. But Carey left open some
rope when he told newsmen that
the conference board had found
"a number of recommendations"
in the proposal to be acceptable.
But, ha added, several "basic
recommendations" are "not clear"
and this makes the package "un "unacceptable,"
acceptable," "unacceptable," He mentioned partic partic-i'iany
i'iany partic-i'iany company work time studies
and a proposal to arbitrate the re reinstatement
instatement reinstatement of 36 of the 93 strikers
fired for alleged violence on the
pi'-'-et lines.
The three-man' mediation board
haa recommended a five-year con contract,
tract, contract, with minimum wage in increase
crease increase of 25 cents an hour over
that .period, in an effort to end
t'' strike of 44,000 1UE workers
at 30 Westinghouse plants.
Carey criticized a proposal un under
der under which the company would be
permitted to make work time stu studies
dies studies but would submit the results
to arbitration before putting them
into effect..
, e said this' provision might al allow
low allow the .company to 'cut the wages
' ;!'j,uu0 workers as much as 37
. cents an hour by shifting so-called
incentive workers to hourly rates.
He said the union will insist on

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meeting of the group. She ia con conducting
ducting conducting a French class for some
of the members and hopes to be
in the group's first play, "Slaugh "Slaughter
ter "Slaughter of the Innocents."
The Witnet: Dept. of slurred
words: Parents of a Los Angeles;
teen-ager asked him why he
bought all of Dean Martin's re recordings.
cordings. recordings. "Because," was the re reply,
ply, reply, "1 can" understand him.'
BIG-EYED Carol Channing, the
"Diamonds Are a Girls Best
friend doll in Broadway's "Gen
tie men Prefer Blondes', is head
pa nn mm siaruum as linger
Rogers pal in RKOs "The First
Traveling Saleslady.' Ginger
goes to Texas as a barbed wire
saleslady and Carol goes along to
provide the comedy barbs.
But Carol's five acres of eyes
flashed a storm signal when she
overhead Director Arthur Lubin
telling me: J
"I told you Francis the mule
would be a big star. Now I'm pre predicting
dicting predicting the same thing about Carol
in this picture. 1
Comparing a doll to a mule can
e.', aocmpbiiment only in Holly Hollywood.
wood. Hollywood. But it can be a shuddering
experience for a movietown new newcomer
comer newcomer like Carol. About all she
could say, and she said it, was:
"I guess Arthur Lubin believes
in everything he deals with."
That ht does, ma'am!
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ANNA MAGNAM, m person, is
just as superstitious as the doll,
she plays hV The' .Rose Tattoo."!
She was asked to make an ac acceptance
ceptance acceptance film in advance of the
Academy Awards but nixed the i
idea as bad luck;
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This is Hollywood, Mrs, Jones:
A press agent is dreaming about,
cashing in on the Bridejt Murphy i
craze by having dog star Rin-Tin-i
Tin hypnotized so he can an-'
nounce; "He remembered another
life as Helen Twelvetrees." I
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He said the union also still ob
jecus to arbitration for 36 of the
discharged strikers. The medi a
tion proposal recommended the re reinstatement
instatement reinstatement of the other 57 bul
the union has insisted that the
all be rehired.
Masked Gunmen Rob
Holdup-Proof Bank,
Escape In Daylight
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., March 9
(UP) Two gunmen, their faces
masked with handkerchiefs, rob robbed
bed robbed the year-old "holdup-proof"
Cambridge branch of the Harvard
Trust Co. of $25,212 today.
The bandits held five persons
at gunpoint during the daylight
robbery at the drive-in bank. They
made their escape successfully in
a green sedan, roaring down a
highway in the direction of Arling Arlington,
ton, Arlington, Mass. The automobile had
Massachusetts license plates.
One of the bandits, armed with
a Luger-type pistol, stood guard
near the door of the bank while
his confederate forced three tel tellers
lers tellers to fill cloth sacks with cash.
Bank manager Gordon M. -Flint
said be pressed an alarm button
during the robbery without the
bandits' 'knowledge but they had
escaped by the time police arrived.'.'-
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Robert W. Newcomb, public re
lations officer of the bank, said:
"This bank was designed to be as
holdup-proof as possible." The
most modern type of alarms had
been installed and the tellers were
protected in bullet-proof -cages.
British City Once
Ridden With.Polio
Nixes Salk Vaccine
BURTON-ON-TRENT, England.
March 9 (UP) This city once hit
by a polio epidemic decided today
against vaccinating its children
with a Salk-type vaccine develop developed
ed developed in Britain.
'. City Alderman Joseph Clark
said the decision was the result of
the government's "cockeyed
method of organizing vaccina vaccina-iion.':
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COLONEL G. E. LEONE addressed the regular
Council Thursday morning at the Quarry Hei
agement of Mass Casualties." Seated at the ta
Caribbean Member, Senior Distaff Council; M
chairman, Executive Distaff Council; Mrs. W.
chairman, Executive Distaff Council; Mrs. Reu
Council, and Mrs. L. V. Hightower, Army Mem

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PARAISO CENTER Father Joseph F. Konen, superior of the Vicentlan Fathers In Balboa,
stands among a group of acolytes and children following the blessing of St. Joseph's Cath Catholic
olic Catholic Center in the Canal Zone town of Paralso, which was formally opened on Feb. 26. The an annual
nual annual summer school for children of all ages will begin Monday at the Center, which will be used
for rill activities of St. Joseph's Church, particularly those involving the children of Paralso.

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Former "Sweetheart of Sigma Chi" at Purdue Carolyn Feimster, one of the seven Burdihe's
models who will arrive via Aerovias Panama Airways (APA) on Saturday to appear in the
Burdine's Sunshine Fashions at Hotel El Panama, for the benefit of the Panama Red Cross.
The show will be followed by a dance, with Lucho Azcarraga's Orchestra and Clarence Mar Martin's
tin's Martin's playing for dancing. (Advt.)

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monthly meeting of the' Distaff Executive
ghts Officers' Club on "The Early Medical Man Man-ble
ble Man-ble are: left to right, Mrs. Louise T. Heath,
rs. L. C. McGarr, past president and presiding
C. Morse, current president and presiding
ben C. Hood. Air Force Member, senior Distaff
ber. Senior Distaff Council. (U.S. Army photo)

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To Accompany Reds
On Visit To London
LONDON, March 9 (UP) One
of Russia's top aviation designers
and a leading atomic scientist will
accompany Soviet Premier Niko Nikolai
lai Nikolai A. Bulganin and Communist
party leader Nikita S. Khrushchev
when they visit Britain next month
it was reported today.
The Soviet visitors will be fol followed
lowed followed by a delegation from West
Germany. An official announce announcement
ment announcement said West German Foreign
Minister Heinrich von Brentano
has accepted an invitation to visit
London on April 30. The fcoviets
end their state visit two days ear earlier...
lier... earlier... -. .
The names of Andred N. Tuplev
and A. Kurchatov were included
in a list of the visiting Soviet party
presented to government officials
today.
Tupolev is a winner of the Stalin
Prize and is believed .to fie worn
ing on Russia's long-range strate
gic bomber project. Kurchatov is
a leading nuclear physicist.
All members of the party prob
ably will get a close lock at Bri Britain's
tain's Britain's latest aircraft and atoms-
for-peace installations.
An official announcement sched
tiled for release tomorrow will dis
close Soviet acceptance and de details
tails details of the forthcoming t our,
starting April 1. Agreement on
the program between London and
Moscow was reached in week-long
consultations.
It will provide for extensive dip
lomatic talks between the Soviet
chiefs and Prime Minister An
thnnv Krtpn. V
The visiting party also will In
clude Minister of Culture k. a.
Mikhailov, who recently visited
Britain on a goodwill mission; r.
Kumvkin. deoutv minister for lor
eign trade and Andrei Gromyko,
deputy foreign minister.
Several security officers also
will arromoanv the parts', scot
land Yard will provide 50 special
detectives to help guard the Krem Kremlin
lin Kremlin chiefs.
Informants said the government
has planned some of the most ela ela-hnrat
hnrat ela-hnrat seeuritv measures in his
tory to prevent possible incidents
from members of large and em
bittered refugee groups from east eastern
ern eastern Europe. ; ,-.
FISHING HAZARD
ANCHORVILLE, Mich. (UP)
Donald R, Wagner, 21, New
Baltimore, paid a fine and costs of
$23.90 because his reckless driving
was endangerinj; fishermen, Wag-
jner was arrested for racing ana
SKMCine niS car nn iw-mvncu
Anchor Bay where fishermen were
busy.
World War II
Hero
Audie Murphy, most decorat decorated
ed decorated soldier of World War II,
brings hia war exploits to the
screen in Universal Interna International's
tional's International's "To Hell and Back,"
filmed In Technicolor and
Cinemascope.
"To Hell and Back" will re release
lease release Tuesday 13th at the Cen Central
tral Central Theatre. Advt.
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Jeen-Agers Take TV To Taskl
' By Ker. James P. Conror

THE AMERICAN teen-age boy
and girl spends about two or
three hours a day watching TV TV-For
For TV-For the moat part they are
intelligent and discriminating
viewers, alive to the moral quH
ity of the programs.
This fact is revealed in sur survey
vey survey conducted recently among
13,141 high-school s t u d en t s
across the nation. The survey
shows that the teen-age viewer
won t allow tele- r
vision fan-clubs
io coniroi nisi
TV preferences.
He Is indepen independent
dent independent in his likes
and dislike.', be being
ing being critical; of
suggestive jokes
and scanty cos costuming.
tuming. costuming. THE SURVEY Conroy
also reveals that most young youngsters
sters youngsters can be critical of the moral
weakness in many of the lead leading
ing leading TV programs, while full of
praise for good, wholesome en entertainment.
tertainment. entertainment. The count was
more than 2-1 that some pro programs
grams programs offended against decency
and 3-1 that some shows ad advanced
vanced advanced religion and high ideals
among youth while not being
strictly religious programs.
The Loretta Young show was
highly praised for the good ex example
ample example it showed, while Youth
Wants to Know was praised for
promoting good citizenship. On
the other hand, many top enter entertainers
tainers entertainers were criticized for sug suggestive
gestive suggestive jokes and immoral cos costuming,
tuming, costuming,
High School Boys
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CLEVELAND. Ohio. March 9- 7 iocx D f tl ,1
(UP) Six high school boys ex-' 7' "956. Returns, May 5,
plained in Juvenile Court today,' t
they staged a fake kidnaping lastV'SG. Round Trip $95.00 I
month a an-experiment. ll- ''.
"We wanted to find what public.I (a, saving of $40.00). Con-
reaction is to kidnaping," one of, 1
Btetim t0ld Refcrce CharlM act Cecil ('Cess') Warner,
"If that was your m o t i v punn. ru;. I
Brdtz said, "the experiment was1, Phone Panama, Office: I
a success. There is lethargy and I n ln.r , I
apathy on the part of the public I 2-0925, Residence 3-2093.
toward crime and delinquency a!.'. I
thweh everyone talks about it." P. O. Box 1408, Panama.
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DIABLO HEIGHTS
"flVE FINGERS''

SIUWIM AT YOUR SERVICE CENTER
' THEATERS TOMGHT!

Balboa 4:30,6:15, 8:00
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Sat. "FETE KELLY'S BLUES"
MARGARITA 6:15 8:05
Eleanor PARKER
, Robert TAYLOR
"Many Rivers To Cross"
CinemnScupe toior
Saturday "GLASS SLIPPER"
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prove Tor one thing, It shows
that TV is being watched with
critical eyes In many American
homes. TV producers who kno
that many viewers object t
Immoral programs will be care
ful if only from the view-point
of Hooper-ratings.
The survey had a less encour encouraging
aging encouraging feature however. A fairly
large number of students failed
to answer th& questions about
the decency of programs and
about Inspiring, non-religious
shows.,
IT IS disturbing to think that
some American young men and
womenminority though they
may be can look for hours and
hours at a television screen
without judging whether the
entertainment is morally good
or bad and whether or not it
should be turned off. Young Youngsters
sters Youngsters oblivious to the moral value
of their TV entertainment can
hardly be zealous Christians.-.
Parents ran and should make
their children vigilant TV view viewers.
ers. viewers. In his pamphlet, TV and
Your Child, Msgr. Edwin Brod Brod-enck
enck Brod-enck suggests that parents ask
their children after watching a
program, "Did you like that
show? Why? Did it uphold
virtue: "Was your sympathy on
the side of virtue. Did it impart
a worthwhile lesson?"
Children who are asked, or
who ask themselves, these ques questions,
tions, questions, will be Intelligent TV.
viewers. They will also be good
Christians, using God's gifts
such as television, to take them
to Heaven.
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Frankl LAINE
"Bring Your Smile Along''
Sit. '1UMP INT0 HEl.l."
GAMBOA 7:09
"THE SQUARE RING"
St.'BriH Your Smllt Along"
GATL'N 7:00
"TRIAL"
Sal. "Many Rivtn To Cross"
CRISTOBAL 6:15 8:00
Air-I iindlllimro
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"DESERT SANDS"
Superscnpe Coloi I
Saturdar "I.OVK IS A MSY
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Duke of Edinburgh (right, facing camera), receive the chiefs of province of Nigeria
during tour of colony, The queen had just been presented with model of war canoe,

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"CHIEF SNOW-IN-THE-FACE" This twelve-foot piece of snow sculpturing on the the-main
main the-main street of Spootier, Wis., is the creation of Joe Barta, a wood carver. Entitled
"Chief Snow-In-The-Face," it is a favorite target for local and visiting camera fans.

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BAD POSTER POSTURE Shapely Italian movie star Sophia
Loren fell afoul of an Austrian censorship law which bans
posters that are considered too "lurid." Workmen in Vienna
are going to cover this with a poster asking citizens to
"Drink More Milk." Title of movie Too Bad She's Bad.

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I CAN Hi STOMACH THIS?-John Wolfe's eyes pop when he stares at a pile of deUcious navigates a ski slope at Old Forge,' N. Y where he opened 83 he is introduced to a skeleton by Prof, Torsten Pehrsson (left), chief of the new
J pancakes at a supper held by parents and teachers in-Milwaukee, Wis. Co easy, John. a wjnter carnival in one of the Adirondacks' playgrounds. Zootomic institution at Stockholm university. Skeleton in photo is that of a monkey.

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l A S THE YEARS ROLL BY, the Washington monument grows in first President. ; The monument attracts an average of 1,000 visitors

xx popularity as an attraction for tourists. The monument, which cany wun tne peaic loaa arouna nis oirtnaay. ine urst elevator was
was started in 1848 and opened to the'public 40 years later, has re- a steam hoist, but it was abandoned in 1900. The present elevator
ceived more than 22 million visitors The 36,912-ton marble obelisk, reaches the top in 70 seconds-. If hardier souls want to walk' up, there
555 feet high,' symbolizes the sturdiness and integrity of the nation's are' 50 landings and 898 steps. The monument is an historic shrine.

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the box mimben Iktfd iatljr In "So "Social
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Hifttinfi cannot bt acrtplta by tele telephone.
phone. telephone.
Balboa Woman's Club

Taboga Outing

A group of young mothers was
discussing the problem of juvenile

out us cause-;.
A grandmother who had brought
up a large family of her own and
now has several teen-aye crand-

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t WASHINGTON. March S (UPv

iThc Asncullure Department

iask Congress to authorize actdi actdi-Jtional
Jtional actdi-Jtional spending authority for its
surplus disposal program. The
I program is about to outgrow its

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Conference of the General Feder-r The Balboa Women's Club will1 billion of its SIS billion SDendinsi?m?.,wn the same age;

ation of Women's Clubs held in : go to' Taboga for their regular; authority to finance exnort sales of: ls,.'i. Kids today are bored.
San Jose. Costa Rica, were given monthly meeting. The launch will 'surplus farm commodities. Since!. nf' don t nave anything to do
by Mrs. F. J. Meehan and Mrs.; leave from Pier 17, Balboa, on Uhe program has been operating on-jut amuse themselves. And they
.1 I. Supar and the F.l Panama : l arch ii Ujliiri:v mi i,'i okmif is mnnthc anrl has n bout iaon t know how to do that.

luncheon for the- delegates en 8:30 a.m.' Bring your- own luneh'i7 months to jto. odds are that the i r's. lhfV. ride. around in carsjind;
route to the conference from the; or you can-buy it at Taboga. iremaining spending authority won "t; start getting into trouble. They ;

States was reported by Mrs. Art For reservations call Mary Wor- last throufih the stretch. J expeciea m ao anyimng.
thur Mc Lean. ley 2-4203 o rMarge Coffey 2-3t50f.! Department officials are so pleas4wi h tlicir time but have fun. They:
Mrs. Roth reported for the nom-) . ed with the way the surplus dis-ifcl mto trouble because they have
mating committee. .' Cirdni Rivtr Garden Club posal program is working out that ito "',lcy t'e to kill."
AH offices being filled but thattTo Matt ... a request for .more funds prob-j think, that, grandmother is

of Treasurer, nominations will be; The regular monthly meeting of ablv soon is a einch. ? I?nt-.in. .?rcat many.ftomes to-

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The surplus disposal program. ic

received at the election meeting, the Cardenas Kiver Garden Club

m April, for any office. will be held Tuesday. At about
The Philanthropy Committee; 6:30 p.m.. at Morgan's Hill, Mira Mira-would
would Mira-would like to receive any o 1 d j flores.
clothing and shoes at any time. All members are urged to phone
These may be left at-the Club reservation's to their chairman. A
rooms. ; very interesting evening has been
: planned.
New members were Mrs. Rich-; V
ard Parker, Mrs. T. C. Robertson,! Inttr Amarican Woman's Club
and Mrs..- Ethel Lowerie. viLimchaon t

Members leaving permanently ) Members of the Inter-American i I l I L
for the States are Mrs. Charles j Women's Club wiU hold a special i IJT?.flfl 111 F.r!

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iday both Mama and Pana

authorized by th e "agricultural; worwns so mat uicir Kias wont
trade development and assistance to.
act of 1954" or public law 480,' Ty figure they owe their Lids
makes available CCC funds for use;3 "ice ome, spending money,
in selling farm surpluses to friend-! good 1-clothes, a social life and use
ly countries for foreign currency. the farai.y car. But they don't

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Show Importance In Odd Ways
j "Sis doesn't help with the housc housc-jwork.
jwork. housc-jwork. Junior doesn't take care of
the yard.

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Guests were Mesdames H. Clan-: Alice Lombard on Tuesday,

cey. j. Hogan, m. uoau, Henry ia-.iz.m at, me union ciud

dema, Moodson and Arthur Wil Wilder.
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' A MARYLIN ALICE FORD TO WED
Mr. and Mrs. Randall H. Ford of St. Petersburg, Florida,
jrmerly of Balboa, C.Z., have announced the engagement of
their daughter, Marylin Alice, to the Reverend Malcolm Lysle
. oster. iRey. Foster is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Ronald
t'oster of Valley, Nebraska.'
The wedding will take place in June.
Miss Ford was graduated from Canal Zone Schools and
he Katherlne Gibbs School In New York. She is with the
ashion Department of "Seyenteen" Magazine in New York.
Her fiancee was graduated from the University of Mi Michigan,'
chigan,' Michigan,' the School of Sacred Music of the Union Theological
seminary, and the General Theological Seminary. He is curate -at
the Episcopal Church of the Resurrection In New York
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CZ Pelictman's Ball
Tonight
The CZ Policeman's Ball will

take place tonight at the Patio of i
the El Panama Hotel.
Dancing starts .at 8:00 p.m.
with Clarence Martin's Band and f
Angelo Jaspe's Orchestra playing. I
Tickets will, he available at the j
entrance.. Table reservations will!

be held until 8:30 p.m.

Sailing Plans Changed
Mrs. T. A,. Aanstoos who was
scheduued ta sail on the S.S, Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal on. Saturday, will sail in

stead on March 17 on the S.S. An An-con.
con. An-con. -.
I Mrs. Aanstoos is returning to

her home in Annandale, Virginia.

Neither are they expected to
earn their own spending money.
What Mama and Papa can't do

For reservations, please call Wj .....aiifv in jfliey hire done so the kids can

Club Headquarters, Mrs. Elisal NEW YORK, March 9 (VV ; have their fun.

Heurtematte (Panama 3-056tn, or a second suspect in the S188.400 oopea up in ernes, ooys witnout
Mrs. Beverly Friedman, (Balboa Srnhherv of a suburban bank was responsibilities lead aimless lives.

0! DriYe-In Bank

1427),

Democrats Srnarling
Oyer Senate Defeat
On Farm Price Bill

questioned today shortly after FBI mey nave so uuie to ao .mat mey
J agents arrested the first suspect p. m for peroxided hair, crazy
1 hiding out as a hospital paHent. haircuts, outlandish clothes, etc

I U S Atiornev t am vvnuams uv-j. r'aJ u,s "6"j6

'disclosed that the unidentified sus

pect was seized by agents last
night, a few hours after the arrest

bullying and petty thievery.

WASHINGTON, March 9 (UP) (UP)-Democrats
Democrats (UP)-Democrats smarting under Senate
defeat of their drive to restore ri rigid
gid rigid farm price props, said today

mey win win me -decisive yoie on j two charges, bank robbery and
the farm issue m the presidential dnapin fhe kidnaoing charge

"We did it for laughs,"' a couple

of Arthur L. Paishucr, 33, a horsc.ot teen-agers who were finally
trajnpr caught after a succession of hold-
Authorities said Paisnuer hadiups told the arresting officers,
entered a Bron Hospital for minor And that pretty well sums up
snrferv three davs after last Fri- the attitude of today's juvenile de-

day's holdup of a drive-in bunk in linquents. They do things for

Port Chester, IN.y. f au wi laugns uccause
Williams said the government they have more time and freedom.

will try to have Paisnuer indicted, man mey Know wnai to ao witn

Forinost people work is the best

medicine for boredom. But we've:

When you add a square of SATINA to your
hot starch, you will enjoy these advantages!
The iron glides smoothly over the fabrics.
The iron doesn't drag or stick, therefore
you're through much sooner.
Clothes keep cleaner longer because dust
and dirt roH off the SATINA finish.
Apart from giving your garments a "like-

new" gloss, SATIN A
gives them a clean,
fresh fragrance.
Buy SATINA today, and you
will nott greater eat in

your ironing and better
appearance in your clothes.

Papal Nuncio
To Give Reception

, reception will

mtnean

en it

would stem from Paisnuer's al-; taken work away from youngsters,

OLD WORLD STYLE STUFFED
CABBAGE ROLLS ARE
DELICIOUS
By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor

be given

I Barbacue At
I The Leon O. Greenes

bv! Mr. and Mrs. Leon G; Greene!

Monsignor Bernier Apostolic -Nun-lwUl. entertain tor Mr. and Al r .t (stuffed

cio,, in me near luiure to ceieprate JU view u uany i a uaiue

cue ai meir country non e "U)S!01d World

i vviuca

Mrs. Bcrnlce Skabialka of Kan

sas City. Kansas, nas an oia-

rccipe for OotabKi

cabbage rolls). In a

election.

The Senate yesterday voted 54 toileged abduction of Mrs.- Maryland have reft them only boredom.

41 to knock out of its omnibus farm F. Kostolos, a teller who was tak tak-aid
aid tak-aid bill a Democratic provision re-1 en on a ride and forced to wait1
storing rigid 90 per cent price sup-j hours until other bank employes,
ports on cotton, corn, pdanuts and; showed up and opened the vault,
rire. Conviction on the kidnaping
Fortv-one Renublicans and 13: charge could bring death in the

v lC 7

electric chair.

St. Christopher's

he AVIl anniversary of the Coro-
ation of his Hohuess Pop 1'ius
aU. -

Panamanian 1 Minister
To Germany Leaves
,' The Panamanian Minister to
Germany, Camilo Porrst left
Wednesday for New York where
he will be Joined by his wife and
children. The family will then pro proceed
ceed proceed to their new post in the West
"German Republic.

Democrats defeated the provision.
Thirty-five Democrats and six mid-

've' farm belt Republicans voted
for it.

"victory -nusnea Aaminisirauon g i i i

forces predicted they will cap theirjJCnGuUIGS LCnTcn
triumph with defeat of a Dcmo-L, J i
cratic provision fo put 90 per cent Fnlirfh Aft" IVlt I6i
simiinrts on millthle whnt, The' s','u '.V" nv,,,',,lv'3

met this morning to con-t--Appropnaie. erv5i. win mil

tVio nniHia Ur.nn.u he onservsnce ot me loui'in aun-

I day in lnt : at St.. Christopher's

T.r .' Project to find the best cooks withtilulp. vntin n ne nolitieallv-DO- the observance of the fourth Sun

UJS WncM fnmilu ru, nm lhai: ---.--?-

I,' .. VIU IfW.ll .U.1111T IVW I'li tAMt hill

iu jcj vaue on Saturday vara. ntv it.n.nti Wrt,n, new.' . ... in,'., p.. 'h.:

. f r' ine uemocrata aenouncea -i n ei'vi. "jw--

BTwi ... . . ii mi i ii

no nosieii tuncn
For Mrs, Ptlachowtkl

The day will begin with Holy

mmunion.'at 6 a.m.,' followed by

i

rtirrhl

s 1 inaner them, riiscoverea i rs..i.!!. .,:.!.. ..j .w. n ki' i

Skabialka and many other talented !lirr Wn,m in er,nprn i Co

kitchen-'artists with recipes tn-,Qne Democrat called for possible' the Sung Eucharist and Sermon at

A no hostess lunch was civen ai:'"V,'1!" V. iV-V c i k j Tu 'impeachment of Secretary ot.Ag-i '"b u"-lJ

h. i fi. l"ce inculture Ezra T. Benson. uiurcn acnooi ai iw.oo a.m., uo

. T 1 :'aencious way m siunmg eauuage
Guest House yesterday in honor of i.. :

Mm l jiniin. Vil,..n,.,clri V U '"""'

Mr. And Mrs; Bruce Holmi
Visiting Hero

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Holmes ar arrived
rived arrived Tuesday to spend a few days
on the Isthmus.
Mr. Holmes is President of the
Esso Standard Oil Company of
California.

The Holmes are registered at!

the Hotel El Panama.
Dr. Benjamin F. Burns
Visiting Isthmus
Dr. Benjamin F. Burns arrived
by plane yesterday from San Cle Cle-mente,
mente, Cle-mente, California, to visit his parents-in-law,
Capt. and Mrs. Clin Clinton
ton Clinton JBaverstock of Balboa.
Mrs. Burns, the former Char Charlotte
lotte Charlotte Baverstock, and her young

Patrick Angus, have been

party was a surprise, and a love lovely
ly lovely gift of a banquet size grass lin linen
en linen tablecloth was given. Mrs. Pi Pi-lachowski
lachowski Pi-lachowski by those present.

Those who participated in thei

aftair were: Airs. Ruth Bain, Mrs.
Terry Sellner, Mrs. Rose Keitfea Keitfea-iy,
iy, Keitfea-iy, Mrs. Elizabeth Sudron, Mrs.
i'erne Levee, Mrs. Peggy Guen Guen-ther,
ther, Guen-ther, .Mrs; Kuth Peterson, Mrs.
Margaret Wiggin, Mrs. Grace
Mac Vittie, Mrs. Jeanne Wheeler,
Mrs. Billy Galloway, Mrs. Jessie
Degenaar, Mrs. Alice O'Dell, Mrs.
Irene Veno, Mrs. Sue Magee, and
Mrs. Cindy- Selden. 1
Cristobal Woman's Club

Hears Talk
Cristobal Woman's Club hears!
stimulating talk by Ivy Harnet, oil

me ranama -unarm scnool," on

crCam and tomato soup. Pour the
sauce over the cabbage rolls for
the last 10 minutes of cooking.
' Variations: Mushrooms, celery,
green pepper and tomato paste
may be added to the meat filling.

Mushroom soup may be substituted ment for 'this schooi is still open.

iur. luiuaio soup to uitming uic

sauce. -

Stuffed Cabbage Ralls
Trim away the thick part of tli
cabbage core. Place the cabbage
head, eore down, in a.-saucepan.
Pour scaWing water over the head.
AUow to steam for a few minutes.
Remove the cabbage from, the
saucepan and carefully take off the
tender green leaves. Allow the
leaves to drain while preparing the

. : . . INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UP )
Filling wo cars were sllen the same
1 (lav from the narkine lot at Marion

One-tliird cup rice. 1 cup water, 'County courthouse. Both were 1955
1 pound ground round steak, Vi Chevrolets. Both belonged to for for-pound
pound for-pound of ground pork. 1 egg, lVimcr assistant city attorneys. Both

teaspoon ot pepper, i tauiespoon oi;ci khiu m yiw.uuo aw

grated onion.

(and

Evensong and Sermon at 6:30 p.m..
" Throughout the week, the Dai Daily
ly Daily Vacation Bible School will con continue
tinue continue to meet from 8:30 a.m. to
noon. The second school for 1956,
for children in grades 1 to 6 and
high school, will open on Friday,

March 16, at 8:30 a.m. The enroll-

IN DUPLICATE

t ministration. Both were unhappy.

the topic, "Charm, a W o m a n's! JI tmnv f7om heat. Al-

sMiss Harnet gave several defi-

son, Patrick Angus, have D e e n niuona vi cnarm nrsi tact, uien tur .., s nccesSary when the
iit nf her Barents for scvera humor, generosity, disinclinaUon'iVr. S. k-j th. -m.t

J "5 llmi TJ .-: .J VMin t 4hn. oil h (Ce 19 V-UIUMUWU n .-.v

WCCKS. Ul Rim u a dim. us emu ti'i vw y

I low to stand about 15. minutes. The

rice will be watery. The extra

the haby, now residing at the Ti
voli Guest House, expect to re

main on the Isthmus for two Or
three weeks.
Visitors From Mia ml
Feted
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Creel of Coral
Gables, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. Scott
Drummond of Hollywood. F 1 a.,
and Mr. Syd Cushworm, all of the
- Miami Window Inc., Miami are
staving at the El Panama Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Smith
entertained for them at a lunch luncheon
eon luncheon at the Cabana Club on Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. '

stressed the necessity of develop

ing an inner sense ot serenity and
a calm exterior.
Also stressed by the speaker
was the careful attention a wom

an must pay to her appearance in

Mii the beef and pork together

Add the egg, salt, pepper and
grated onion. Blend well. Pour the
moist rice over the meat and mix
together.

In the center of each cabbage

and behaviour

Posture, makeup and sugges suggestions
tions suggestions for enhancing one's persona personality
lity personality were discussed by Miss Har Harnet.
net. Harnet. In closing, her advice was to
"always try to do one thing bet

ter than anyone else, develop

the meat filling. Fold the corners
of the leaf together and place with
the folded side down in a skillet or
casserole. Add Vi cup of water.
Cover. ., ,
When using a skillet, simmer on
low heat for 45 minutes, or until
th pahhace leaves are tender.

a

good philosophy of life, and above

all have faith in yourself, purpose IL, ,,ine a casserole, bake in a

Ja.iue': ,, j,-,-, f. f moderate) oven for

.. Mrs. Artnur Logan, president I h, ,mtii th rahhae

9anccii rv, j.va.uvu v m luuii uuoiuvsj iuto-u..,,., tnnripr ine size oi me

The Miam iVisltors mg. Mrs. Ruth Rubelli read the .,,Xh cabbaae rolls determines
Last night Mr. and Mrs. George; "Club Woman's Collect"-,- I f,luJf,!L,u tim. t.

1 ra "eannnohn" 4nr Tho Silvpr Tea O! von UTln,, oil,, i .vw..

J.1VVCJ' Vl gV JHIIVUV.I1VI VI v a.v I V HUI1UW1IJ
Mr. add Mrs, Joe Creel of Coral I by the Club is open to the public.
Gables and party at their home in I March 15 from 2-5 p.m. at the' Red
Panama. Cross Lounge. There will be door

Everybody enjoyed the fun and I prizes, and the proceeds will

Sauce

One-half can of condensed tomato

the "sancocho."

Fishing Trip
For Miami Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bennett of
Juan Franco will take Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Creel and party on a
fishing jaunt to;Taboga today.
The Florida visitors will spend
' the weekend with the Bennetts in
E1 Valle.

prizes, and the proceeds will go nr 1 tahle
o 4he jm-:!iS.

Club, f

All members interested in mod modeling
eling modeling clothes of their own making
at the April Luncheon 'and Style
Show, April 7 will please contact
Mrs. William Brooks, or Mrs, Bet Betty
ty Betty Purvis as soon as possible. On Only
ly Only hand-made clothes are shown
at this annual Style Show.
Reports of the Pan American

simons sour cream.

Mix' together the

flour, sour

(cn:l Zc-3 Dept. ol V.F.W.
FIELD DAY
Saturday," March "10 at 10 a.m.
BARBECUE From 12 to 4 p.m.

if A
(MEXSANA
Powder

Soothes dlipn rash.

refresh an i pro pro-4J".
4J". pro-4J". lerln the nkin.

"- ' I 11,1 J

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For iwnburn, and for your
ihiw,. ma Maataai
Skin Balm.

4 tin mut j
i.,,....-
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Guard the charm men can't resist!
Use new, longer-lasting MUM.
Don't give underarm odor a
chance to start . be sun you
are nice to be near ...
Delicately fragrant Mum is non non-irritating
irritating non-irritating to normal skin ... will

not rot or discolor 6nest fabrics. 1

M-3 Is ..the secret I

Mum ctfnuini i m.ric
bitrcilitw. Vi-, whitb
estrors odor-cauting
Wciena , penpira penpira-inn
inn penpira-inn odor annoi nee
tut.

CRSAM DEODORANT
mill ml dry $ut in thi r)

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BICAUSt IT 15
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NO f0T-NO BOUNDS
HEADIN AN INSTANT
vsiMssnvmncm
THAN AV0UHV OF GROUND
comilMviHin is
NO WASTE
. i it eototu's, n's oot n ti oooof

Kohl 1 patama pmutU
BURDiliE'S SUIISH1IIE FASHI0II5
featuring
the most beautiful girl in the world,

"MISS -UM VERSE

anc

f '$K-

7 lovely Burdine's models flown from
Miami by Aerovias Panama Airways' (APA)

Sponsored by Dona Olga Arias de Arias, Panama's First Lady,
for the benefit of the Panama Red Cross
the latest CATALINA swim suits, nnd cocktail, evening -and
daytime dresses by outstanding designers will be shown.

Coiffures by CHAL'S BEAUTY SALON

DASCING TO THE MUSIC OF TWO ORCHESTRAS-
Clarence Martin's and Lucho Azcarraga's
ftiom will beam at 10:30 p.m.
TOMORROW NIGHT

Admission: $2.- Tickets on sale at
e Lou Olud's, 85 Calle Estudlante
e APA Office in El Panama Lobby

Plcn'f make lnhl- rmrrvadoiu
early with Max, 3-lBflO

A Klrkrhy Hotel

1 OB 1 III I -V-r. I I IS

witn i-iviiLJ u

you mafe,
perfect pancakes
every tlmal

There's not a woman who's tried Aunt Aunt-Jemima
Jemima Aunt-Jemima Pancake Mix who didn't please her
self (and family) with these light and fluffy,
golden-brown pancakes.
Really it's so EASY . and results are
wonderful. Aunt Jemima does Taw-things for :
you. First, most of the work is eliminated.
You make pancakes the modern quick way
with Aunt Jemima. And when you follow the
simple instructions carefully, off your griddle
come the most appetizing, smooth-textured
pancakes you could imagine, ;
So he a better cook . -. and get lots of com compliments.
pliments. compliments. Buy Aunt Jemima Pancake Mix
today and surprise EVERYBODY tomorrowl

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Eric Returns To Races
In 7 Furlong Feature

Grey Juan and Persiflage, two of the more suc successful
cessful successful of the large crop of recent thoroughbred im importations,
portations, importations, are scheduled, to continue their "feud"
when they tangle again in tomorrow's featured $650
seven-furlong sprint for Class C imports at the Juan
Franco race track.

List Sunday, Grey Juan evened
the score at one victory each
when he barely eked out a head
victory over Chivilingo while Per Persiflage
siflage Persiflage wound up fourth after
meeting interference. Barge Roy Royal
al Royal was third a half length ahead
Of Persiflage.
All of the above mentioned hors horses
es horses plus Bradomin, a trailer in
this same field last Sunday, and
Eric, which returns from a well
deserved layoff, are slated to start
In tomorrow's main event.
Two weeks ago Persiflage beat
Crey Juan by a length and one one-half.
half. one-half. Tomorrow is more or less
the "rubber match" and opinions
ire about evenly divided among
the two horses. ,
j Chivilingo is also given a good
Chance to make it this time be because
cause because he will again be getting a
ig pull in the weights-110
pounds, as compared to 122 f 0 r

Juan and 118 for Persiflage

Barge Royal, which gets in with
the feather of 100 pounds, could
also take it all.
RraHnmin i annarentlv Out

classed. Last on the list of start

ers but far from least is the rpom
cinff Philpan coll Eric. This stout

hearted three-year old chestnut
appeared to be a better prospect
than the now starring Polemon

when he was lam ott ana reports

indicate that he has Deen uierai uierai-ly
ly uierai-ly burning up the track during his

early morning worxouis.

Another interesting contest on
the twelve race card is the sixth

in which several high priced new newcomers
comers newcomers will match strides in i

two "SDecial" for non winners.

Milrmo Onulento. Cartillero

Trirreme, Semipleno, Town's Wall

and Brisk are the scheduled siari
ers in this one.

Juan Franco Graded Entries

M. Hors

COMMENT

ODDS

Jockey Wit.

tit Race "H-V lm.ort.4 7 FPrt $400.00 PmI CImm 11:41
v FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBll

1 Vertlcordia S. Ponce 112 No factor recent

2 Joe's Fiddling H. Ruiz 112 Could make music here

J, Phillips 110 Rates good chance too

F. Alvarez 110 Bound to improve
V.Castillo 112 Early speed only
S. Carvajal 109x Would pay well
A. Creldldio 97x Doesn't seemi likely

8 Golden Wonder U5 Contender again
9 Flrenze C. Iglesias 108 Could get up here

3 Amln Did!

4 Don Danl

5 Panzaretta
9 Coronellno

1S: Windsor

25-1

2-1
. 2-1
41

8-1
15-1
25-1

3-1

5-1

2nd Rjc "H-r Imports 7 Fgi.Puti. $400.00

SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE

PmI C1mi 1:15

College Cage Scores

80

63.

(Wtdnesday)
OHIO VALLEY PLAYOFF
1st Round)

Western Kentucky 84, Tenn Tech

NAIA DISTRICT THREE
(Final)

San Diego State 91, Humboldt

DISTRICT 15

(Final)
Coe 91, Wartburg 69. j
DISTRICT 21
(Final) ,
Indiana Central 96, Manchester

Pacific Softball
League
By G1LBERTO THORNE
SECOND HALF STANDINGS

DISTRICT U
(Final)

83.

Elon 84, Presbyterian 7.

EAST

March 7

Glud Agencies Stars
Signal
American Legion ...

26th Engineers

Columbia 78, Princeton 69.
Penn 67, Yale 60.
Harvard 79, Brown 66.
Temple 71, St. Johns (Bkn) 66.
Gettysburg 76, Franklin-Marshall
59.
Bucknell 95, Albright 88.
Kings (Pa) East Stroudsburg 87.

Fastlich
League

1 Hurlecano V. Castillo 112

2 Dona Beatrix L. Glraldo 118

3 Vedette
4 Kensington
5 Matruh
8 Copar
7 Espaglrico
8 Malaga

J. Phillips 110

F. Alvarez 105
H. Ruiz 110
V. Brown 712
A. Vasquez 118
F. Hidalgo 110

Usually close up 31
Will improve here 5-1
Faltered in stretch 8-1
Disappointment to date 4-1
Usually runs well 10-1
Hard to beat here 2-1

Down another class 4-1

Could make it now 2-1

FmI Clt 1:45

3rd Ric "BfrC" Nativtt Vi Ffli.Pum $350.00

ONE TWO ...

1 Don Grau V. Ortega 120 -Seeks repeat victory 21
5Va1arta Tl. Gamero 103 Strong effort last 4-1

3 Nacho E. Gutierrez 105x-Gets steadily worse 20-1
4 Joe F, Hidalgo 104 Last doesn't count 3-1
irion Rrieldo H. Ruiz 106 Dangerous contender 3-1

fiNarfln1azo S. Carvaial 109x Improvement due 4-1

7 Jull. A. Creididio 102x Good chance too 51

4th Rac. "C" Nafivti

fVi Pt. Puna $275.00
QUINIELA

PmI CUiei 2:20

1 Sirena
2 Chepanlta
3 Bagdad
4 College Girl
5 Apache
6 Regia
7 -Volador
8 Sherry Time
9 Okiland

IV. Creididio 105x Must show more
H. Reyes 108 Dubious effort last
C. Igleslas 115 Has good finish
A. Mena R. 115x Reportedly ready now
F. Hidalgo 113 Better each time out
V. Ortepa 118 Contender this time
C. Ruiz 113 Was never better
A. Mena 118 Can't go much lower
108 Should win off last

15-1
3-1

3- 1
8-1
2- 1
4- 1
4- 1
5- 1
3- 2

5h Race "Non-Winneri"-4'i F.PurM $250.00 Fl CImm 2:55

1 Cachita C. Ieleslas 103 -Has shown nothing 30-1

2-San Cristobal O.-Chanis 112 -Horse to beat here 3-2

3 Guarare J. Phillips 108 Depends on start -i

-(Fundador H.Ruiz 106 -Bad legs hamper even

5 (Kitty F. Hidalgo 110 -Sizzling workouts even

i; u i i i

v

A SoAl)

ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE

(Standings March 7)

Coco Solo Braves .... 3

Moriand Pirates ..... 2
Police Pals 2

Coco Solito Cubs 1
Mutual of Omaha .... 1
Coca Cola 0

GB
;T
1
2
2
3

Th Plra.t rfnnned their bat

ting togs to build a T7-run sec second
ond second Inning and defeat the Coca

Cola Bottlers 18 to 12 Monaay
afternoon, -v

Both clubs started their

younger players, and after 23

runs naa teen scorea in a rec record
ord record hraklnff second innlne. the

game developed into a race by

the Pirates to get enougn innings-
In to make an official
a-umn as no lnnlns: mav begin

after l p.ni. The tourth Inning

started at two minutes Deiore o

r . . .

Dick Herschfield came into nis

own with three for three ana

fnnVritn. hattsrt In. Phln. Hutch

lnson and Cotton all with dou

bles were the only extra oase
hitters of the fray. L. J. Chrls-
tnnh nlflcd tin hi Recond win

of season while Phil Sanders was

losing his initial start.

6th Ract

"Special" Imp. 7 Ffi.Pun. $500.00
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

Pool CImm 1:35

The box score:

Moriand Pirates

Murray, rf

Will, 3b

Hickey, cf

Chin. If

Hllty, c-3b .............
L. J. Chrlstoph, p-ss w

Hulka. 2b ..............

Herschfield, lb-rf
Sanchez, ss

Green, c
Ebdon, lb ......
Scheldegg, p-ss

a

Ab R n
2 2 1

2
2
2
2
2
0
2
0

1 0 1

In the field Walt Kleefkens on
the play of the day took Bud
Wainio's bid for extra bases deep
in centerfield. A Mutual double
play from Field to Tobin to Wal Wal-nio
nio Wal-nio erased Kenway and Cooper
and killed a police rally.
Plucky Rusty Field, the Oma Oma-ha
ha Oma-ha catcher, appeared to have

suffered a broken finger, but
later reports Indicate that the

finger Is not broken and that
Rusty will soon be back in ac action.
tion. action.
The box score:

Omaha Of Mutual Ab R II

Bath, lb 3 0 1

Field, c ............... 1 0 1

Wilson, rf .............. 2 0 0
Rudy, rf 0 0 0

Wainio, p 2 1 1
T. Billison, cf 3 0 2
Cum, ss 300
Tobin, 3b 3 0 0

Geddis, rf-c i. 300
D, BUlison, If ....2 0 0
Burza, 2b v. ............ 2 0 0

Totals 24 1' 5

Police Pals

Kenway; ss 3
CooDr, rf 3
Deaklns, rf 0
Kleefkens, cf 0
Bialkowski,, c ....2
Leon, p ................. 1
"Igger, 3b. 2
Carpenter, 2b .......... 2

Karninskl, 2b .......... 0
Coffin, lb 2

Orr, If I....... 2
Smith, If 0

Totals

.17 2 5

Score Br InnKnrs

Mutua of Omaha 001 00 1 5 2
Police pals 101 002 5 1

Totals

16 18 10

Coca Cola

W
. 5
. 3
. 3
. 1

Cerveceria P. Llquido 0

GB
Ui
IV2
4
52

26th Engineers 00 340 29 5 2
, cerveceria :,U 000 004 04 6 6
The i' 26th 'Engineers finally

parted company with pan Llqui Llquido
do Llquido in the. winless category.
Pitcher Rex Adams broke into
the winning pitcher's circle with
a 9-4 victory over Lane who Is
still trylnn to win one. Lane
who has been on the losing end
of six decisions, homered in the
sixth inning in a vain attempt to
help his own cause.
Top hitters- of the game were
Richards (Engineer) 2-4, Roach
and Lane (Pan Llquido) 1-3. He He-rrera
rrera He-rrera also hit 1-3.

,

Pumas 9, Ocelots 7
The Pumas scored another up
set at the Fastlich Park y ester

day afternoon when they upset

the Ocelots 9-7 In a rr.ee nitung
game.,
The Pumas collected 10 hits off

the offerings of Reynolds and
Schoch while Stahl gave up 8
hits to the Ocelots.
Trower, Schwar z r 0 c k and
Reynolds led the Puma attack
settinc: two hits apiece: while J.

Engelke was the leading hitter

tor the Ocelots getting 2 for 3.

t Melrose

1 Opulento
3 Cartillero
4 (Trirreme

5 (Semipleno

L Glraldo 113
C. Ruiz 116
-J. Phillips 106
G. Sanchez 110
G. Prescott 110

6 Town's Wall) F. Alvarez 110
7- Brlsk) H. Reyes 112

Unknown quantity
Last indicates
-i-Longshot possibility
Quit badly in last
Makes 1st local start
High priced racer
Should fight it -out

151
even
10-1
4-1
4-1
,3-1
3-2

7h Rac "H-1' Imported' 7 Fai.PurM $400.00 Pool CImm 4:05
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Y. Prince
2 Amer. Maid
3 Alminar
4 Salustlo
5 Gay Spot

8 Lanero
7 M. Slipper
8 Don Goyo
9 (Marlanina
10 (Ocean Star

G. Sanchez 115 Good finish at times 4-1
F. Alvarez 110 Racing to top form 8-1
G. Montero lOlx Not in best form 10-1
A. Ubidia 105 -Will foree pace 151
A. Creididio 105x Last was excellent 2-1
F. Hidalgo 112 Returned in good shape 3-1
V. Castillo 112 Fair effort last 8-1
A. Vasquez 113 Dangerous contender 3-1

S. Carvaial 105x Showing improvement 3-1
J. Phillips 115 -In top form 3-1

D. Wilder, lb-p-cf .....

Hutchinson, ss-p
Peterson, 3b
Rankin, 3b .....
B. Dockery, c ...

Cotton, c
Burns, 2b ..............

P. Dockery, 2b
Stohrer, If
McLeod. cf ....... .....

L. Wilder, ss 1
Crouch, rf ............. 1

Taber, rf 1
Sanders, p ............ 2
Cronan, lb 0

The box score:

Ab R H Po E

The box score:
Engineers

Carlucci, ss ...... 4 3 l
Turk, c 2 2 1
Richards. If ..... 4 2 2
Adams, u ........ 3 10

Russell, 3b ....... 4 0
Ellison, 2b ....... 3 0
Veres, lb ........ 3 0
Knisel, cf 3 0
Kubaske, rf ...... 3 1

Pumas
Trower, 3b
Schwarzrock, ss
Webb, c ........
Reynolds, lb ...

Hele, cf 3

Stahl, p 3
Klamco, If ...... 0
Pearl, 2b ........ 2
Hall, rf ..... 2

Ab
2
3
3

3

R H Po A
2 2 11

2 1
1 3
2 6
1'2

Totals

21 9 10 15 6

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V. Ortega 112 Will score soon
A. Mena 116 Mud track specialist
A. Vasquez 116 Shouldn't miss here
S. Carvajal 112x Back in good form
F. Alvarez 115 Could surprise

6 (Moon Beam R. Gamero 106 Must go lower

7 (Mayflower G. Sanchez 1L3 Jockey should help

1 Barlyon
2 Fdnix
3 King
4 Jaquimazo

5 Rlqui

34
10-1
even

2-1
51
4-1
4-1

Sr.nrm Rt Innlnrs

Moriand Pirates 1 17 018 10 3

Coca Cola 2 6 412 3 1

Th Police pals took a 2 to I

contest-from the Mutual of Oma Omaha
ha Omaha team in a well played ball
game on Tuesday afternoon.
Larry Leon and Bud Wainio
matched pitch for pitch in the

thrliune duel in which eacn

Ditcher eave un five hits. Ken

way and Billison with two hits

each and a double anieee Kept

the hitting honors evenly divia

ed.

9th Re "D" lmportl Ji, Fi.F.ir, $600.00 Pool Clotf 5:15
ONE TWO

Ocelots

1 Febrero II
2 Topocalma
3 Suoper Girl
4 Lifeboat
5 M. Stuardo
6 Begonia
7 Tony

G. Sanchez 118
O. Chanis 113
H. Ruiz 110
F. Alvarez 105
V. Castillo 112
G. Prescott 115
J. Phillips 112

-Will fight it out
Ran well in last
Distance handicaps
Improving slowly
Form indicates
Rider handicaps
Depends on start

21

4- 1
5- 1

3-1
2- 1
40
3- 1

1

3
0
0

0 4
1 2

1 10 1

0 10
1 0 0

29 9 .. 21 2

Pan Liquldo

W. Engelke, cf ... .2 0 0 2
Ammlrati, 2b-ss ,2 1 0 2
J. Morriss, 2b . . 12 0 2
Womble, If ....... 0 0 0 0
McGrlff, ss-c .... 3 2 12
J. Engelke, rf-3b .3 1 2 1
Thompson, lf-2b .2 0 0 0
Laatz, lb ........ 3 11 2
Tubbs. c 1 0 1 0
Schoch, p 2 0 0 O
J. Reynolds, 0 ... 1 0 1 0
R. Morriss, 3b ... 0 0 0 1
Boyette, rf 2 0 0 0
Totals 22 7 8 12

Hamlin, 3b

4 1110

Score By Innings

Pettlerew, c .... 4 1 1 5 1

Roach, lb 3 0 1 11 3
Lane, p 3 1 110

Camplse, ss ...... 3 0 0 2
Herrera, cf 3 0 1 0
Mike, 2b ......... 2 0 0 0
Takachi, rf ...... 3 0 0 0
Baker, If 3 111

28 4 6 21 6

Two base hits: Roach; Home
runs: Lane. Double plays: Lane Lane-Roach.
Roach. Lane-Roach. Bases on balls off: Ad Adams
ams Adams 1, Lane 3. Struck out by:
Adams 2, Lane 3. Winning pitch pitcher:
er: pitcher: Adams, 1-3. Losing pitcher:
Lane, 0-6. Umpire: Metheny.
Time: 1:22. Scorer: w. Peterkin.

Ocelots
Pumas

520 007 6
522 Ox-9 10

I Oth Rac "C Imported 7 Fat. Pun $650.00 Pool Clout 5:40
1 Grey Juan A. Mena 122 Hard fight here 2-1

2 Barge Royal A. Creididio lOOx Better chance now 4-1

3 Chivilinw J. Phillips 110 -Could get up 3-1

4 Bradomin R. Gamero 105 Would pay off 30-1
5 Persiflage A. Vasquez 118 In, nice spot 3-1

6 Eric F. Alvarez 110 Returns in good shape ) 4-1

SUMMARY Errors: Trower 2
Hall 1, J. Morriss 2. Ammiratl 1.
Runs batted in: J. Engelke 3,
Laatz 2, Tubs 1, Webb 1, Reyn-
nlrl.i 9. HpIp 1 Twn.has Vitto.

Trower 2, Reynolds 1, J. Engel Engelke
ke Engelke 1. Three-base hits: Laatz.
Left on bases: Ocelots 5, Pumas

. Bases on balls off: J. Reyn Reynolds
olds Reynolds 1. Stohnr-h S fit.ahl A fitrilrn

outs by Stahl 3, Schoch 1. Wild
pitches: stahl 2. Winning pitch

er: caaiii nosing pitcner: tscnocn.
UmDires: Mnhl and TAttt Srnrpr

Mead. Time: 1:30.

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1 Te Gano V. Ortega 115 Gets first test here 2-1
2 Money Maker J. Avlla 120 Fair effort in last 5-1
3 Fontainebleu J. G6ngora 113 Could go all fhe way 2-1
4 Valley Star F. Alvarez 118 Has beaten better 3-2
5 Merry Mason S. Carvajal llOx Rates good chance ' 4-1

b Dev. CluD A. vaiaivla 115 Longsnot specialist : 15-1
7 Clprodal G. Sanchez 115 Not enough distance 25-1
12th Rac "Elimination" 1 Mil Fun $600.00 Pool CImi.

1 Tempestad G. Montero llOx Nothing to indicate ,- S0-1

2 unoice Brand 100 Distance handicaps 8-1
3 Westow K. Flores 118 No. 1 contender 2-1
4 Granero A. Vasquez 118 Should beat these even
5 Atom O C. Meslas 106 Could score in upset 4-1

6 Lot O Trouble P. Alvarez 110 Nice effort last 3-1
7 Double In V. Brown 108 Excluded from betting (frac

tious). ;

' The Coco Solo Braves contin

ued their winning? ways when
Ronnie Hytenin threw a one
hitter at the Coco Solito Cubs

atid took an eleven to zero game

on Wednesday afternoon.

Camacho,- the Cubs catcher

stopped Hytenin's bid for a no

hitter when he drove a sizzler
down, the third base line in the
second inning. Pat Thomas had
three of hig teams ten hits all
of which were singles except pe peters
ters peters triple and Hytenin's double.

Totals

16 12 3

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The box score: '.
Coco Solo Braves Ab R H
Thomas, rf 4 2 3
Ricclo, c 4 2 1
Lutz. lb ,...4 1 2
Hytenin, rj 3' 12
Gaskill, 3b ............ 3 0 0
Ravesi,' cf 3 1 0
Hayes, cf .... ...11 0
Peters, ss 2 1 1
Messlmer, ss-rf ........ 10 0i
Reid, 2b 4 A 01
Pate, If l ;o 0
Broom; If 1 0 1
McFarlln, ss . . ... . ...20
Totals ' 33 11 10

Coco. Solito Cubs

Patton, If
T.elgnadier, If .

'sllzey. ss ,.

Lugo,- Sb-p

camacho.. c

Qulnn, 3b 2

Lonar, lb .V. 2

Todice. lh .............. n

davenport, rf . .', 2
"ahey. rf 0
VlHams rzo, p-2b ....... 1
tes, 2b 1

Mlev. Cf 1

Drew,, cf .............. T

n
0
0
0
n
0

n 0
n n

on

n 0

0 0
n 0

n n

0 0

Totals

19 01

Score Bt vnnlnr

Graves . ?01 12 It in 0

Cubs 00O 000 0 1 4

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f.HCST- STUFF T -Wea
Keese, Brooklyn shortstop, gets
in the Florida swing by sport-

I ing a pair or Bermuda shorts

I at Vero Beacn camp.

c

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THIS 'HURTS Boston goalie Terry Sawchuk doesn't mind th
'all. but the puck flying past him really hurts. It was whistled
into the net for a goal by Danny Lewicki of the Rangers ii
game at Madison Sauare Garden.

' : ...... ... .
JOE WILLIAMS!,

MIAMI BEACH This is the time of year baseball managers)
go in for the Big Experiment. They must see how an outfielder
looks at shorstop, a catcher in centerfield, a third baseman in
the pitcher's box. This helps to keep their genius off edge. I
also makes the day go faster,
There's Mayo Smith of the Phillies, for example. The day
camp opened he walked over to Stan Lopata and said: "From
now on you are my first baseman." It's a clubby, reassuring way
managers have, of building: up a. player's confidence, You'r
right. It does sound more like a song cue.
Lopata's union card describes him as a .260 hitting; catcher,
who in eight years with the Philadelphia club has always been
second string. At this time last year Smith was experiment experimenting
ing experimenting with him in the outfield. To the extent that Lopata wasn't
fatally skulled by a fly ball it was a success. During; the sea season
son season Smith began trying Him out at finrt, evidently, with en encouraging
couraging encouraging results.. ;
Jimmy Foxx, ; who Is currently ; coaching: the Miami V,
baseball team, has positive ideas on the practice of position
shirts. In brief, he's dead against it.
"The shifts can't help but hurt yon," the distinguished
obsolescent maintains. "It's popular to say a good ballplayer
can play anywhere. But that's true only if you don't care bow
well he plays,
- "They tell me Al Smith playe six different positions with
Cleveland last season. Maybe the Indians had a lot of emergen emergencies.
cies. emergencies. If they didnt Smith was foolish. If he keeps up this sort
of thing he'll shorten his career by several years.",
Old Double X is an authority on baseball proteanlsra. In
his time he's played everything but the Star-Spangled Banner.
Though he's remembered most as a first baseman, he cam
up as a catcher. In the fading; tattered hours of his career,
he was even pitching and winning for the Phillies.
,::r::;:i;rCAREER:XTJT.SORT"";r
This is a matter about which the almost invariably serene
and placid Foxx is astonishingly vehement. Why? Having lasted
some 20 years, he could hardly claim shifting around curtailed
his c&r66r? i .'
"On the contrary, I have to think it did," he said, "and,
in a way, I hate to say this because it sound like I'm griping.
I played where I was told, but unless It was at first base I
wasn't happy about it.
"First was the one position I knew I could play, and play
well I did my best at the others, but that wasn't enough
to make it big league. To the layman all positions look pretty
much' alike. Actually, no two afe exactly the same, . ;
' "Playing one position this week and another the' next can
hurt you mentally, as well as physically. To hit to your mark
you must be relaxed and composed. But the more they shift
you, the more complicated your baseball life seems to get, and
because the physical demands differ from position, your
muscular system becomes disorganized, too. How can you miss
losing something?"
Old Double X appeared surprised these remarks did not ring
a reminiscent belL
"If you check your files you'll find an interview in which
I said the very same things I'm saying now and at that time
I was still playing with the Athletics."
. Give the man a cigar . but from the AAA's he moved
to Boston and into still another position shift , which, "if-It"
wasn't the one that broke the camel's back, was, or so Double
X must 'always believe, the one that put Br'er Foxx out of
business.
"All of sudden the Red Sox had no catchers and I was
right back where I started., Behind the plate with the tools of
ignorance. I was only 32. The year' before I hit .360 and led the
league in home runs. I seemed set for three or four more pro productive
ductive productive years. But catching murdered me. My legs never came
back. I was through as a big leaguer."
i .,
SOME MAKE SENSE N
. it is jimmy's whimsical notion that the player who takes
a bow ior being able to play every position on the field should
have gone in for music ... "I lyar some of those one-man
bands do right well." v
' His criticism is restricted to, shifts involving players who
have established themselves as specialists and naturally has
nothing to do with the maneuvering of youngsters in their
formative years, or hard-hitting pitchers (of the Ruth-Sisler
type) who are converted to get the maximum-value of their
bats...'' ; ; ,--. "- ..r. -.
' Foxx readily concedes that the average, or run-of-rnill
player might prosper, rather than suffer from, shifts .
"After all, he doesn't have much to lose to begin with." ;
Still, this would seem to apply mostly to those, who turn to
pitching, Early Wynn, Bucky Walters, et al. All that happens
to the others is that they get to be known as all-around
players. . "A nicer way of saying mediocrity," according to
FOXX. 1 .:,. '.
- Perfection makes' '.'someTpeopIeW
lng' how many artists yearn to paint a mustache on Mona
Lisa. And one year Casey Stengel actually did brinjrthe flawless
Joe DiMaggio in from center field and put him on first base.

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TIT2 PANAMA AMIf.ICAN AN IXBFrEXDEXT PAIL I M.nsrAFtfi
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Mother's Illness Prompts
Decision; Sievers Remains
Only Major League Holdout

: By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, March 9 CUP)-Ramon Monzant
made it official today the New York Giants will
have to search for someone else to take Sal Maglie's
place as a "Dodger killer."

Monzant. a 24-year old curve

bailer the Giants were hoping
would be able to handle Brook

lyn's rieht-handed power this sea

son. notified the club be will not

play major league ball because of

his 'mothers illness, ne aaaeo. ne

hoped to resume his career with
the team in 1957.
Maniant had a 7-1 record with
Minneapolis and a 4-1 mark with
the Gitnts last season but he
pitchtd two excellant games a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Dodgers in tha. clos closing
ing closing waaka of : the campaign,
leading the Giant front office to
believe he could beat them con
sistently -a la Maglie of recent
years. .: -.
At Orlando, Fla meanwhile, the
major league's only remaining
holdout was expected to come to
terms with the Washington Sen Senators.
ators. Senators. Club vice president Calvin
Griffith said he and first-baseman
Roy Sievers were only a few hun hundred
dred hundred dollars apart after yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's conference, Sievers is be believed
lieved believed asking for $20,000 a raise
of $7,000. : ..
With the Grapefuit League
scheduled to open tomorrow, the
managers were getting set to stu study
dy study key "question marks" under
game conditions.

Execyfives -To Play
AnnoEl SdiiHll
Ccnfsx! Tcmbrrov

Ancon Laundry field will be the
scene of the "softball game-of-thc-i
year" tomorrow morning twenty twenty-four
four twenty-four alleged softballers from the
Administration Building assemble
for their annual softball game.
The game is scheduled to get un underway
derway underway at 9:00 a.m. and the sec secondary
ondary secondary attraction, "tapping of the
keg" ceremony, will be held
shortly thereafter.
Some veterans from the. former
champion Executives tcamof two
years ago will be on hand to show
a few of the newcomers how to
play the game of softball. Return-

Manager Charley Grimm of mX'TJ"'
.nm,nrf w elude Pablo 'Abogado R u n n c-

rookie Frank Torre will replace

Joe Adcock at first base in tomor

row's game with the Philadelphia
Phillies. Torre hit .327 for Toledo
last season and is given a fine
chance to beat out Adcock.
Walt Moryn, an impressive
slugger in intra-squad garnet,

got tha nod from manager Stan
Hack te open in right field for
tha Chicago Cubs; Joe B I a c k.
National League "rookie of the
year" in 1? 52, received the hon honor
or honor of starting on the mound for
the .Cincinnati Redlegt in their
opener and the Phillies named
Bob Miller, Seth Morehead and
Chick Pieretti to work for them
against Milwaukee. Morehead
and Pieretti are important roo rookie
kie rookie prospects in Philadelphia's
plant.'

Doubt that rookie Luis Aparccio

will be able to replace Chico Ca Ca-rrasquel
rrasquel Ca-rrasquel at shortstop was voiced
by manager Marty Marion of the
Chicago White Sox for the first
time. Marion criticized Aparicio
for his play in yesterday's intra intra-squad
squad intra-squad game and said he might
recommend that Luis use a small smaller
er smaller glove so "so many grounders
don't skid off the end of his mitt."

Diamond Diggings

By Victor Gray

Fred "Rosy" llead, Henry "Jock "Jockey"
ey" "Jockey" Makibbin, Jim "T i g e r"
T h q m p son, Sr., Jim "Tiger"
Thompson, Jr., Bart "Jota" Elich
and George "Granpa" Logan.
Oldtimcrs from the Administra Administration
tion Administration team in the old beer loop in

elude Walter "bhorty" Allen,

Charley "Jiggsy" C ro s s, Lou
"Gabby" Poletti and Ed Deer-

foot Jones.
Rookies Jim Maguire, Dick Er

De ana xom Burrow win be on

hand to do any "planning" neccs

sary in the conduct of the game

and Dave Markum, Johnny Coo Cooper
per Cooper and Maury Morton will han

dle the players claims versus the

umpires.

Personnel problems will be han

dled by Jorge Welsh, Bill Taylor
and Charley Garcia. N. B. Steph Stephenson
enson Stephenson and George Hudgins will
have a blueprint on hand to show

the players around the bases and
SS ticket agent Fred Wells will
have a supply of "free passes" for
any of the players who may be

drafted by the major leagues.

Officials for the game will be

Bill "Golfer Hardie, umpire in
chief, with Jerry "One-Eye" Deta

more on the bases. Mrs. Connie

Bishop will be scorer with an as
sit from hubby Dale Bishop.

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tialional Dislillers
Best Ball Tourney

Finals On

Sunday

Dougan
Watson

The Eighth Caribbean Series
brought to Panama several good
ball Dlavers, and no doubt sev

eral of them "will be making tne
headlines during the fortheom fortheom-alon
alon fortheom-alon leaeue season.

Champion Clenfuegos of Cuba,
as hustling; an outfit, to nerform
on a local diamond, walked oil

wjth top honors while, to the
surprise "of many, tH6 "htfhie "htfhie-standing
standing "htfhie-standing Chesterfield wound up
in a tie for second place with
the highly touted Caguas of
Puerto Rico. Venezuela repre represented
sented represented by the Valencia Club was
a' poor last, after having won
the opening game in convincing
fashion.
We are now left with the se serious
rious serious problem of making profes professional
sional professional baseball a fixture in Pan Pan-ama,
ama, Pan-ama, Our present population is
by no means adequate for the
upkeep of a league as the one we

hart last season with so many

hish-salarie star players, in

addition a. three-team league
leaves the fans tired of seeing

the same 1 plubs competing a a-painst
painst a-painst rach other nearly every

nipht. Rven the nlayers have

been heard to complain about
the lack of meeting new opposi opposition..
tion.. opposition.. :
A fourth club In the league
could be the solution of this dell dell-rate
rate dell-rate nroblem. but xhe Question

remains, "will the fans support

"the league"? r,;., :,.
Fans in Panama have become
"classification, .conscious," and
are of the opinion that the local
league should provide teams of
equal rating as those of Cuba,
Puerto Rico and Venezuela, the
other members of th8 Caribbean
Conference.
- Despite the splendid showing
of our native Class "C" ball
players such as Ellas Osorlo, Eu Eu-genlo
genlo Eu-genlo Houradeau and Marcelo
Gordon In the recent Caribbean

classic, it cannot be

home to Panama fans :that
leagues of higher classification
in organized ball are so few, that
it is almost Impossible to have
every good local ball player as assigned
signed assigned to a club. Most of the
criticism anent the shortcum
lngs of the local league can be
heard from those who take in

The Police moved into undis-I
outed first place this week by Bell .

taking three points from the A-t Wright J,

ces. dropping them into sevemniEder

place. Stllson's boys couldn't
seem to get started against a
verv determined team of Cops.

the came by radio, accompanied The co-medalist team of pear-;it seems they are out to win uns
by the familiar saying "You son-Fulton leads the way intoihalf and they are doing a rpetty

think I would pay my money to'tne semuinaj rouna or me iH3tjguuq juu oi u wu,

see such nonsense." National Distillers' Best Ball
Have local fans stopped for atToumament meeting the tough
moment to consider that atti-!duo of Connor-Chadwick at
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Estrada; executes a "pose natural" with his back to the charging bull. Sunday's bullfights will
be at regular prices. Tickets are already on sale at several locations and at La Macarena bull bullring.
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kill the sport? Will they be will

Inir to forget the classifications

and turn out nightly at the ball
park"tb cheer their neighbor's

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136
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155

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520
476
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463

785 817 779 2381

Gowan-Gross were eliminated
last week by Hlnkle-LeBrun.

The tournament committee

Pushing the Cops for the lead
are a pair of teams, Powells and I Hicks
Wright Bros., trailing ay onlyiReccla

one ooint. powens iook mice saiiner

WRIGHT BROS.

son John when h hits a homelhas announced that the final

run? Or to boo Willie, from down

the road who plays on the other
team, when he strikes out?
.Baseball In Panama should be
taken as a sport by those who

attend tne eames, ana it is a

bout time that we wake up to
the fact that every nickel of ours
that goes through the turnstiles
should In a measure serve to

help deserving local pall play
ers, who' unlike many a foreign

er, gees out on the field doing
his utmost to satisfy the paying

customers.

The suggestion is herein offer

ed that all present ball players
with ratings in organized ball
be equally distributed among the
four tlubs forming the' league.
Add to these a rookie or two,
reduce the number of importa importations
tions importations per club to three, and es

tablish a player limit of not more

than 16 players to a club. At this
rate, employment will be assured
for 52 local players, and al although
though although this may not turn out to
be the Overwhelming success ex expected
pected expected in the first venture, In
time to come the local Profes Professional
sional Professional League would have turned
out more than the present quota
of good ball players and Pana Panama's
ma's Panama's prestige In the baseball
world would have soared to
greater heights. .

Gone, Indeed, will be the lux luxury
ury luxury of an all imDorted Carta Vie-

la Club, but in its stead will be

brought; a league with four well-balanced

ciubs... and fans attending the
games will be Justified in seeing
well-contested matches along
with the satisfaction that their
ntfehtly fares contribute to a
cause which in the future will
represent a means of livelihood
for many a needy Panamanian

pan player.

round matches are to be played
on Sunday. March 18. Starting

times for these matches will be
published early next week.
National Distillers will hold
an open house party immediate immediate-lv
lv immediate-lv following the completion of
the tournament March 18, at
which time the various prizes

will be awarded.
This week's pairings:

close ones from the Mail MenButz

ChaniDionsh'p Flight
Pearson-F u 1 1 o n vs Connor Connor-Chadwick
Chadwick Connor-Chadwick Hlnkle-LeBrun vs Stovall-Se-well
First Flieht

J. Perantie-Drennan vs Duffus-'Not bad bowling eh?1 Bart?

Macuuory
Collins-Spencer vs W. Coffey
W. Wheeler

who are still holding onto tne

cellar. Wright Bros, split with
Butler and Son to work Into -a

tie with the Plymouth men.

Mitchell of Wright Bros, had a
545 series to take Class B honors

for this week.
Tortorlci of Butler took Class
C with a 522 series. Tortorlci al

so took hieh Class C came of

this halfwith a nice- 226.
After being in a tie for first
place last week the Elks dropped
into fourth place by taklnz only
one point from the Navy. Hoppe
of the Sailor team took high
Class A honors with a 563 series,
being followed closely 'by team teammates
mates teammates Haberthler with 540, Hold.

er with 537 and Turner with 534.

Mitchell-

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NEW YORK, March 9 (UP) 1
Morehead State, highest scoring!
major-college basketball team in
the nation, today became the 25th
and last team to enter the field for!
the N.C.A.A. tournament. i
The Morehead Eagles became!
the Ohio Valley Conference repre representative
sentative representative in the tourney last nighti
by nipping Western Kentucky, 81 81-80,
80, 81-80, in the final game of a special
playoff. They qualified to meeti
Marshall of Huntington, W. Va Vain
in Vain a first-round tourney ea me it'

Fort Wayne, Ind.. March 12.
Morahtad, Wtittrn Kentucky,
and Tannittt Tach had finish.
td tha saaion In thrat way
tia for Ohio Villty Titlo.
Western Kentucky downed TechJ
by the same 84-80 score Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday in the first game of the play playoff,
off, playoff, and held Morehead even at
b(i-66 midway in the second half.
But then the Eagles, who set a
new record with a 96 points per
game average this year, went on
an eight-point streak for a 74-66
lead with 2:30 left. Western ral-

lied to trail by one point but two

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NCAA-bound Manhattan wound
up its season with a 16-7 record

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716 888 810 24141

NAVAL STATION

Second Flight
Favreau-Edstrom vs Bongorni Bongorni-Thompson
Thompson Bongorni-Thompson Stephens-Thompson vs Mat-hews-Castenada
Third Flight
R." Coffey-M. Wheeler vs 3.

Salterlo-J. Salterio

Hayes-Honn vs Rodgers-Zor-
nes

Ladies Flight
Pi Montanye-Trim vs

Judson

Porter-Daniell vs Zornes-Cher.
ry.

Askew

Won Lost
Police 23 17
Powells 22 18
Wright Bros. .......... 22 18
Elks 21 19
Naval Station 20 20
Butler and Son 19 21
Aces 18 22
Post Office 15 25

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504
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828 761 782 2371

POLICE

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Mufti Trails
In U.S. Debut

. Former Juan Franco star
Mufti, wh'ch is now racing in
the U.S. under the name of
Mufti 2nd, made his stateside
debut yesterday and wound up
trailing the field.
Mufti was topweighted for
the six furlong $3,500 sprint
which had a claiming pric- of
$10,000-58,000. He was ridden
by P. Bailey, broke sixth in the
n'ne-horse field, was sevtnth
at the quarter, ninth and last
at the half and finished seven
lengths behind the next to last
horse. It was obvious that he
was not ready. The time for
the race was a fair 1:12.

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how 6-7 Frank Sullivan, Boston
Red Sox pitcher, looks to Joseph
Crowninshield Of Tauton. Mas.,
a visitor to Bosox' Sarasota base.

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British Refuse
Involvement In
F.liss Lucy Case
' LONDON, March (UP)-Tha
Conrvativt govarnmant rafva rafva-d
d rafva-d today t tat involvtd in A A-marica't
marica't A-marica't Autharlna Lucy eata.
liborita M. P. Jvlian $nw
called wi tha jovarnmant U hv
vita th Naara woman to attand
a British uoivority tlnco iht
hat boon oxpollod by tha Uni Uni-vority
vority Uni-vority of Alabama. Ho aktd
Miniitor of Education Sir David
Ecclo whtthtr ho would istue
tho invitation.
ondoritand tho lady in a.ua a.ua-tion
tion a.ua-tion now hat othor prooccupa prooccupa-tiont,"
tiont," prooccupa-tiont," Eeelot ropllod.
Ike's New
Scheme May
Soften Soviets

WASHINGTON, Mar.
The United States expects
president Eisenhower's new dis disarmament
armament disarmament gcheme to soften so soviet
viet soviet opposition to American ei ei-forts
forts ei-forts for ending the world s arms
"-This Is the opinion of Harold
E.' Stassen, the President s dis disarmament
armament disarmament adviser. Stassen leaves
Saturday for a new round of
disarmament negotiations m
London Marcn 18 wun ku,
Br'taln, France and Canada,
m nre.conferenc move
Tuesday, Mr. Eisenhower told Sp Sp-it
it Sp-it Tn.mtpr Nikolai Bulsanin
bv letter that the United States
would agree to & ireze u su suture
ture suture production of atomic weap weapons
ons weapons under proper controls. Bui
this would come only after a
combined air-ground arms in inspection
spection inspection system was in satisrac-
tiM... nriAraHnn I
Stassen told a special press
conference yesterday he expects
the President's new proposal to
be more acceptable to the Soviets
than previous American propos-
aI'ln the past Russia has com complained
plained complained that the United States
was insisting that It accept Mr,
Eisenhower's plan for aerial in
spection but was not mieicsicu
in actual disarmament Thus,
the soviet Union maintained,
h. v.txtnhhwer aerial inspection
plan really did not get down to
the heart of disarmament. v
Stassen made clear, that ne
will be ready to unfold actual
disarmament proposals at the
London meeting, not just pre
HUarmament schemes.
He said the United States will
concentrate on these four points
In its disarmament efforts:
1. To brlnff under control "the
nuclear threat that hangs over
the world."
2. To find a way to stop "the
competitive arms buildup,"
3. To open up nations "so as
to guard against the possibility
of great surprise attack."
4. To Improve the world situa situation
tion situation so there will be better pros prospects
pects prospects of lasting peace,
Zoo Keener Weeps
To Find Precious
Alnne On Menu
TOKYO, March (UP) -Tho
osvornrncnt contidorod protteu protteu-tion
tion protteu-tion of a rottaurant today bo bo-caiio
caiio bo-caiio too koopor almott wtpt
ovor tho momi.
Hiao Hyahl, a too official,
found downtown ToWvo rtt rtt-t'urant
t'urant rtt-t'urant foaturt Kamo-Shika on
tho monu,
; Kamo-Shika It a rara Jipa Jipa-noto
noto Jipa-noto antolopo which it protoct protoct-od
od protoct-od at national traasura. Thoro
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D ulles Agrees I o Extension
Of SE ATO To Pakistan Border

NEW DELHI, India, Marcy 9
(UP) Secretary of State John
Foster Dulles arrived here today
after winding up a three -day
meeting of the Southeast Asia
Treaty Organization in Pakistan
at the end of which the United
States reluctantly agreed to ex-
pand the size of the Southeast A A-sia
sia A-sia area it is pledged to protect a-
gainst Communist aggression.
Dulles agreed to a plan extend extending
ing extending SEATO protection to the Pakistan-Afghanistan
border. Russia
supports Afghanistan in the bor border
der border quarrel. But Dulles managed
to get the foreign ministers of
Britain1, France, Australia, Newj
Zealand, the Philippines, Pakis Pakistan
tan Pakistan and Thailand to agree in the
final communique to a soft clause
pertaining to the disputed state of
Kashmir. i
Pakistan is involved in this dis dispute
pute dispute with India for control of the
state,
At Dullot reached Now Dtlhl
for conforonctt with Primo Min Min-itttr
itttr Min-itttr Jawaharlal Nohru aimod
at-onding tho long toriot of mii mii-undorttandingt
undorttandingt mii-undorttandingt botwoon India
and tho U.S., ho tchodulod hit
firtt mooting with Nohru 90 min min-uttt
uttt min-uttt after hit arrival. Ho wat
accompanied by tix tonior ad ad-vitori,
vitori, ad-vitori, including Sherman Coo Cooper,
per, Cooper, U.S.- Ambattador to India.
The Dulles-Nehru talks were
viewed by the Indian press as
"momentous" but all shades of o o-oinion
oinion o-oinion were apprehensive over the
outcome, particularly the touchy
subject of Kashmir, a major i-
tem of disDute between India and
Pakistan. Both claim the rich
state.
Indian newspapers also showed
apprehension on the subject of
Terry Moore Ends
Honeymoon, Returns
To Movie Canfal
HOLLYWOOD. March 9 (UP) (UP)-Actress
Actress (UP)-Actress Terry Moore and her hus
band, Eugene C. McGrath, a Pa Panama
nama Panama insurance executive, are in
Hollywood today after an extend extended
ed extended honevmoon tour of Miami, Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, Caracas, Havana and the
San Bias Islands.
The couple married in Las Ve Vegas,
gas, Vegas, Nev., on New Year's day.
gentina Receives
firican Present
Of 7.1 Iron Lunqs
BUENOS AIRES, March 9 (UP)
A U.S. Air Force Globemaster
arrived yesterday with with 21 ir iron
on iron lungs, the gift of the American
neonle to Argentine victims of in infantile
fantile infantile paralysis.
Dr. Jessie Wright, American
polio specialist, and Marvin Glaa Glaa-ser,
ser, Glaa-ser, of the National Foundation
for Infantile Paralysis, arrived to today
day today from Washington.
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the Portuguese
possession
on India s west coast. Dulles
touches off a storm of Indian cri criticism
ticism criticism once-by referring to it as a
Portuguese "province." India re regards
gards regards it as an unwanted colony.
Indian nnlitipal lpfiHpre a i rf
. - r "
! they believed Nehru had an "over
whelming advantage" at today's
meeting because of the tremen tremendous
dous tremendous progress India has made in
its just completed five-year plari,
its free elections, its huge army
and navy and the amount of in influence
fluence influence Nehru wields throughout
the Far East. r
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IN THE ARMS OF THE LAW After refusing to walk, Leo Leonard
nard Leonard O. Hamilton is carried to a patrol car by Detroit police.
Hamilton was identified by five victims as one of the "lure"
bandits who had been robbing truck driver salesmen in the
Detroit area.

White House Strikes Back
At Charges By Sparkman

WASHINGTON, March 9 (UP)
The While House struck back to today
day today at Democratic charges that
President Eisenhower plans to del delegate
egate delegate certain "constitutional du duties"
ties" duties" to subordinates if elected to
a second term.
Murray Snyder, acting presi presidential
dential presidential news secretary, said Mr.
Eisenhower has made it clear he
"has not delegated his constitu
tional duties.!' He said the Pres
ident plans, only to curtail his
"hospitality functions."
Snyder issued a statement re-
Kef auver Thinks
lie's Gaining Ground
On Adlai Stevenson
WASHINGTON. March 9 (UP)
Z.Rer. Estes Kefauver said today
I he thinks he is (raining ground
in both New Hampshire and
Minnesota, where he faces his
first two presidential primary
contests against Adlai E.: Stev Stevenson,
enson, Stevenson,
Back In Washington for voting
on the farm bill, Kefauver told
a reporter h expects to get "a
majority or a little better than
a majority" of the national con
vention delegates elected In the
Democratic primary : in New
Hampshire next Tuesday. j
He would make no forecast a a-bout
bout a-bout Minnesota, 'where he is
bucking the state organization
headed by Sen. Hubert H. Hum Humphrey
phrey Humphrey and Gov. Orvllle L. Free Freeman.
man. Freeman. They are backing Steven Stevenson.
son. Stevenson. I
"I think I'm gaining ground in
Minnesota," Kefauver said. "If I
could just spend more time
there." r
Nev Hampshire will have
eight delegate votes at the Dem
ocratic National Convention. It
will not provide a head-on clash
between Stevenson and Kefau Kefauver
ver Kefauver because Stevenson, did not
formally enter the primary
However, a slate of pro-Steven-.
soelegatt candidate
fauver.

DAILY KEWSPAFER
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country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.

These leaders laid India itself
wat the West's biggest bulwark
against tho
Communism
encroachmontt of
in this area and
not SEATO.
The clause Dulles managed to
insinuate into tho final commu communique
nique communique at Pakistan, which may
help him ward off trouble dur during
ing during his talks with Nehru, oils
for United States action or "di "direct
rect "direct negotiations" to settle the
Kashmir quarrel. India has fa favored
vored favored direct negotiations.
Dulles also offered a positive
military program to protect the
11
plying to Mr. Eisenhower's Feb
29 second term announcement.
Sparkman said Mr. Eisenhower
would be a "part-time president's
because of his health. He also de
clared Mr. Lisenhower has 'said
he would band over the associates
certain functions "which, under
the constitution, cannot be dele
gated.-;
But Snyder said "I think the
President very clearly stated
last Wednesday and yesterday
tho distinction between hit con constitutional
stitutional constitutional duties and hit hospi hospitality
tality hospitality functions, tho Utter being
tho department in which he hat
reduced hit activities."
Snyder noted Sparkman's state statement
ment statement that Mr. Eisenhower now
works only a 35 to 40 hour week
compared to the 60 hours he put
in before he "suffered his Sept. 24
heart attack. ..
"I don't think the senator would
measure his own services by the
numoer or nours ne puts m on
the floor or in his office or bv
the number of constituent visitors
he receives,: the .White House
spokesman said.
Illinois supporters of Senate
GOP Leader William F. Knowland
served notice they plan to push
his candidacy for the Republican
presidential nomination regard regardless
less regardless of Knowland's wishes.
Knowland has announced be
does not want to compete with Mr
Eisenhower.
BOO Years Of Art
To Be Displayed
At RP University
An exhibition of North Amer American
ican American Art will be Inaugurated
on Monday at 5:30 by Univer University
sity University of -Panama rector, Dr.
Jaime de la Guardla, in the'
University's auditorium.
v This exhibition will be Riven
under the auspices of the U.S.
Embassy and the University of
Panama, v
Special invitations have been
sent out to figures in the art.
social and educative world.
The general public is invited.
The exhibition will remain
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.Vital Southeast Asia region from
Communist aggression. He said
the United States bases its Asian
plans on a strong strategic strik
ing force.
A high American official said
Dulles also had in mind a buildup
of the armed forces of the Phili Phili-pines,
pines, Phili-pines, Thailand and Pakistan, al although
though although not in any standing SEATO
army as such.
"We were drawn together and
we hold together," said Dulles,
"by the noblest and most en enlightened
lightened enlightened of human sentiments
that is tho desire to help one
another."
British Foreign Secretary Sel Sel-wyn
wyn Sel-wyn Uoyd warned: "The threat to
the integrity of the member states
continues although Communist
tactics change from time to time."
The Communists "are trying to
sow dissension between Asian
peoples by exploiting genuine dif
ferences of opinion," he said. 1

Ambulance Wins Mercy Race;
Cancer Victim Sailing Home

HOBOKEN. N. K., March 9 -(UP)
An ambulance completed a
900-mile race yesterday and arriv arrived
ed arrived in time to put a cancer-doomed
mother aboard an ocean liner
before it sailed for her native
Holland, where she wants to die.,
The ambulance, accompanied by
a police escort, arrived with Mrs.
Antonia Manders, 27, shortly be before
fore before the Holland American ljner
Maasdam sailed at noon.
Mrs. Manders had been driven
non-stop for 26 hours from her On Ontario
tario Ontario home. She was carried a a-board
board a-board the liner and taken to the
ship's hospital. Although partly un under
der under a sedative, she smilled weakly
at reporters. 1
"Papa will speak to you for me,"
she said, Jooking up at her hus husband,
band, husband, Cornelius, 28.
He was holding their 18-month-old
son, Willie, who had been
brought here by train by a frined
Mrs. Winnie Lacomb.
Mandert was flravo and com composed.
posed. composed. He told how he went to
Canada In 15T from hit homo
town of Ulden, Holland and found
work In Sudbury. He taid that
In May 1953 he went back to
Holland and married Antonia in
her homo town of Boekel and then
took her to Sudbury. Their ton
was born and they wort happy.
"Then she noticed a little vein,
but did not go to the doctor atj
once," Manders said. "Finally she
saw a doctor and last December i
she went into the hospital for an!
operation for hip cancer. She camej
home the day Deiore uinsimas.
"She kept losing weight and
dropped from 154 pounds to under;
100. She went DacK. imo "e nus-i
pital and we were told she had,
fatal cancer. She decided s h ej
wanted to go back to Holland.
The town's newspaper, the Sud-
bury Star, heard of Mrs. Manders' j
Stevenson Lashes
Out At Illinois
Governor Slrallen
CHICAGO, March 9-(UP
Adlai E. Stevenson Jast nignt
accused Illinois Gov. William
Stratton of trying to become the
GOP's hatchet man now that
Vice-President Richard M. Nix
on "is officially on his own.
The charee was. a tit-for-tat
rejoined to Stratton's free-swing-in)?
attack on Stevenson's rec record
ord record as Governorpf Illinois.
Stratton succeeded Stevenson
in the Illinois Governor's man mansion,
sion, mansion, but had generally refrain refrained
ed refrained from head-on collisions with
his predecessor until he opened
up in New York, last nigni.
He called Stevenson "one of
the weakest" Democratic presi presidential
dential presidential candidates and said his
Illinois admin istration was
marked by "neglect. .open scan scandal
dal scandal and erievous disaster."
Stevenson wasted no time in
branding stratton's attack as
"hysterical" and charging that
he is trying to achieve a nation national
al national role as a Republican hatchet
man. :
"We Democrats have some cu-
riousity about the composition
of the Republican ticket," he
said. "We know who is going to
wm wieia me natcnet."

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BACK ON DRY lAnd-.Happy seaman Jim Corrigan (right) waves his life jacket after ar arriving
riving arriving in Seattle Wash., from Kodiak, Alaska, whtire he and 59 other persons aboard the S3
Washington Mail were taken when their ship broke in half and sank In the Gulf of Alaska.
Sharing the happy event with Corrigan are Ueft to right): Frank Meyers; Mrs. Stacy Cleve Cleveland;
land; Cleveland; her husband, Stacy Cleveland, and Corrigan

Man Who Helped In Canal Construction Construction-Finally
Finally Construction-Finally Gets, View Of Vital Waterway

Although the New York firm of
J. H. Winchester & Co., world world-known
known world-known shipping brokers has been
connected in a business way with
the Panama Canal since early
construction days, its senior part partner,
ner, partner, J. Barstow Smull, had never
had an opportunity to see the o o-cean
cean o-cean to ocean waterway until this
week.
With Mrs. Smull, he arrived
Wednesday aboard the Panama
Dlieht. The OaDer started a ca'm
paign that brought in more than
51,600.
J. P. Miller of Sudbury donated
the ambulance for the trip here
; Last Sunday Mrs. Manders lost
me baby she was expecting. Phv
sicians have given her six weeks
to live.
Youth Risks Punch
In Nose To Save
Lovers1 Hideaway
VALFRETON, England, March
9 (UP) -Norman Colledge, 18,
said today he is bankine on Dolite-
ness and the eagerness of young
love to' save him from a punch in
the nose and the loaal lovers' lane
from extinction. -
Colledge said he nlans to roam
the lovers lane Saturday night to
get spooners to sign a petition ask asking
ing asking officials to veto a plan to turn
the lane into a school playing
iieia. m expects to tap the spoon spooners
ers spooners gently on the shoulder and say
excuse me, very politely.

TODAY

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Line Cristobal and has been
spending his time this week taking
a look a- t some of the engineer-i
ing wonders his firm had a part
in building. Yesterday morning
he and Mrs. Smull were taken to
Miraflores Locks by Mrs. J. S.
Seybold, wife of the Governor.
During the construction period,
Mr. Smull recalled, J. H. Winches Winchester
ter Winchester and Co. was responsible for
transporting to the Isthmus a ma major
jor major part of the coal which was
used to fuel the dirt trains in the
cut and the locks excavations, as
well as a considerable amount of
cement and much of the other sup supplies
plies supplies used in the construction
work. -;
"Sometimes," he said, "the job
was enough to keep one awake
nights. Everything was h u r r v.
hurry!" .
Each month his firm would be
advised that a certain amount of
coal, possibly as much as 100,000
tons, would be needed -in the Ca
nal Zone. J. H. Winchester & Co
would line up shipping to handle
that amount. T h e n favorable
weather or olhir conditions .would
cause a spurt in the excavation
and the demand for coal would
be increased. It was up to Mr.
Smull s firm to charter enough ad
ditional ships to handle what
might amount to an additional 25-.
000 tons of coal. The same situa
tion prevailed to a certain extent
later in connection with cement
shipments.
Depending on the Beed in the
Canal Zone, he said, Winchester
& Co. would have anywhere from
10 to 25 ships a month plying be between
tween between N?w York and .Cristobal
with Canal supplies, during the
peak' construction period. On their
return trjp the ships frequently
were diverted to Cuba to take on
loads of sugar.
Mr. Smull, a native New York Yorker,
er, Yorker, has been in the Shipping busi business
ness business since 1894 and a -vice presi president
dent president of J. H. Winchester & Co.
sine'e 1923. Between 1921 and 1923
he served as vice president, and
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later president of the United
States Shipping Board Emergency
neei mrporauon.
He and Mrs. Smulr are sailins
tomorrow on the Cristobal to re return
turn return to their home in New" York
City. .
Little League
Boys 7, Girls 5
Twelve babies were born in
Coco Solo Hospital during the
week ending at midnight
Wednesday, according; to the
regular hospital report. During;
that period 86 patients were ad
mitted and 91 discharged.
Babies were born to the fol4
following American citizens: Pfc.
and Mrs. Eldon Sensabaugh,: of
Coco Sollto, daughter; Mr. and
Mrs. Treltoa Seaboldt, of Coco
Sollto, son; Lt. Jg. and Mrs. Mar Martin
tin Martin J. Gillan III, ,of Coco Solo,
son; EM-2 and Mrs. Maurice
Fitzgerald, of Coco Solito, son;
AM-2 and Mrs. Richard Michel,
of Coco Solito, daughter: Mr.
and Mrs. Harrell Y. B. Parsons,
of Fort Gulick, son; Sfc and Mrs.
John Murphy of Coco Solito,
son; AK-2 and Mrs. Donald
Mumm, of Coco Solito, daughter.
Babies were born to the fol following
lowing following parents of Panamanian
nationality: Mr. and Mrs. Luis
R. Murillo, of Colon, daughter;
Mr. and Mrs. Rodrlgo Duffis, of
Colon, son; Mr. and Mrs. ; Ru Rudolph
dolph Rudolph Coppin, of Rainbow City,
son; and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
E. Critchlow, of, Colon, daughter.
BA UK) A TIDES
SATURDAY, MARCH 10
HIGH LOW
2:25 a.m. 8:41 a.m.
2:50 p.m.
9:05 p.m.
Nesbit Thaw!
The rise... the fall of
the most beautiful
Floradora cborine.
wbose lovei triggered
the Harry K. Thaw Thaw-Stanford
Stanford Thaw-Stanford White
Murder of the Century!
In tfw wonder ot
STEREX)PH0N1C SOUND

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