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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
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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]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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PANAMA, R. F THURSDAY, MARCH 1958
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ATS Connies
To Operate
Into Howard
The Military Air Transport
Service, starting May, will be begin
gin begin operating Constellations
into Howard Field, according
to Caribbean Air Command
announcement today.
According to the announce announcement:
ment: announcement: "Initially the Constella Constellations
tions Constellations will land at Howard
rather than Albrooky and If
satisfactory from an opera operational
tional operational point of view, may con continue
tinue continue to utilize Howard."
MATS has not operated Con Con-tellations
tellations Con-tellations to the Isthmus reg regularly
ularly regularly before. During May and
June they will carry freight
only. Thereafter passengers,
air evacuation and cargo will
be carried,
Air Force sources today had
no knowledge of any aircraft
presently operating into Al
brook being re-routed to How
' ard. ' :
Present Canal
Toll System

Best Se
i r.tyTTnTAW UfarrVi 95 f TIP)
Panama Canal Zone Governor
. . r J that
J. S. SeyDOia saia yesiciuaj
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od of computing tolls would re result
sult result in shifting to the U.S. tax taxpayer
payer taxpayer substantial costs of the
canal enterprise.
If Ccinal revenues are not
required to cover complete
costs of Canal operations, in-
eluding the Zone government,
Jie Mid,-"the 'special interests
who would benefit thereby are
the ships using the Canal, two-
' thirds of which fly a foreign
flag, and this benefit is in
reality a subsidy to such ship-
PSpybod concluded Ms testl
Tiipsdav. in a fen
ate commerce subcommittee
hearing on a proposal to trans transfer
fer transfer Jurisdiction of the Canal
from the Army to the Commerce
Department.
Seybold is opposed to the pro-
vtncal onrt nai-HcillftrlV to the
idea that costs of operating the
frovernment in tne uanai z-one
ehould hot De mei Dy uanai rev
enues. ,
Charles R. Seal, general coun coun-eel
eel coun-eel of the Virginia State Ports
the proposal, on behalf of the
North Atlantic r oris Assuciauoa,
Inc. ; v ''.''
He said his organization
feels that '"' the government
should pay part of, the tost of
the Canal Zone in order to re-
. fleet the defense importance
of the Canal, and that the
company has exceeded its au authority
thority authority in its pricing practices
nn tnll TfttfiX
The hearings were to continue
this afternoon or rnaay, witn
representatives of Canal Zone
laDor organizations tesuiying.
Horn And Yegg
VENTURA, Calif., March 22
(UP1 Police prevented ver
lin Morris, 45, from applying for
a ham radio station operator's
license yesterday. They said he
stole the jiu.oou worm oi equip'
ment he planned to use in set
ting up his amateur station.

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SPEAKING IN SPANISn, Panama Canal Executive Secretary Eugene Lombard, who is retir retiring
ing retiring from Canal service, yesterday accepted the Panama government's decoration of the Order
of Vasco Nunez de Balboa with the rank of Gr and Officer. The decoration, which marks his
second in the order, was made at the Foreign Ministry Office in the presence of officials
shown with him, 1 to r: Samuel Lewis, Panamanian Ambassador in Washington; J. J. Valla Valla-rino,
rino, Valla-rino, U. S. Ambassador J. S. Harrington, Lombard Camilo Levy Salcedo, Foreign Minister Al Al--
- Al-- bertooyr asi" Finance minister Alfredo1 'Aleman.1--

British Plan Fast
Action in Event of
Arab-Israeli War

LONDON, March 22 (UP) Britain indicated today
it has an emergency plan peady for Immediate military
action if war breaks out in the Middle East.
. A Foreign Office spokesman declined to comment
directly on a New York Times dispatch that Britain has
completed plans for such military action using forces in
Cyprus within 24 hours of the outbreak of an Israeli-Arab
war.

But he added sienificintlv: "T
do not wish to throw down ideas
that we have Dlans."
" The spokesman said it waj well
known that Bntian was consultin
wiui uie unnea Mates ana r ranee
in Washington on what action the
three nations must take in event
of a Middle East Uareup.
He indicated that consultations
on joint-action in a Middle East
emergency had not yet been com completed.
pleted. completed. V.
But the implication in his state
ment was that Britain had a plan
reany. .-:
Military ebtorvtrt atsumtd It
would provid for tht u$ of
British alrpowtr and airborno
troops prntly maittd on the
Mtditorramtn island of Cyprus,
The Royal Navy also has a fleet

Bomb In General's Bed
i 7 SLEPT BETTER THAN EVER'

NICOSIA, Cyprus," March 22
(UF) Cypriot rebels planted a
time .bomb Tuesday night in the
bed of British Governor General
Sir John Harding.
. Harding slept on the bomb all
night but it failed to explode be
cause the timer was set wrong.
The bomb was found yesterday
and detonated harmlessly 'in. a pit
outside iiarding s Home. Ordnance
men said it could have blown up
half the building.
It was the boldest act to date
by the pro Greek Hoka under
ground. But it failed to perturb
Harding. ... '. ,'Y;V ''';"v
"I slept batttr Tuesday night
than vr." tht governor said.
The Hoka underground has open
ly boasted it could plant a bomb
in Harding's bedroom at Govern
ment House if it wanted to.
It was the first attempt on the
me oi a tup criusu oinciai on Cy Cyprus.
prus. Cyprus. r -.';
, Tho bomb was placed between
two mattresses en Hardin's bed.
Hit orderly tound it while mak making
ing making the bed the next morning.
The bomb incident followed a
wave of at least six bombings and
a series of shootings across the
strategic Mediterranean island.
One British soldier was killed
and two others wounded in the an
u-British outburst.
Officials also found the body of
a Turkish Cypriot who had been
shot to death near Limassoi.
There has been rioting between
Creek and Turkish Cypriots, but
authorities would not say wheth
er the killing was political.
Officials redoubled their protec
tion of Harding's home.
The governor general, a field
marshal in the British army, took
off by helicopter for Tamagusta,
after ordering a thorough screen screening
ing screening of all Cypriot servants in his
home.
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in the Mediterranean near Cyprus.

This island bastion is the Brit
ish key base in the Middle East
It lies 200 miles off Egypt's north
era shores and half that distance
from the western Israeli coast.
Meanwhile in Washington, offi
cials said today that the Eisen
hower administration mav ask
Congress for stand-by authority to
use American military forces in
the Middle East if United Nations
peace move fail.
The danger of a Middle East
conflict and the possibility of U.
S. military intervention as a last
resort was sure to come up at a
meeting later today between the
president, Secretary of State John
Foster Dulles and the National Se-
curity Council,
une newiy-nirea cypriot was
missing and police instituted a
search for him.
Extremists in Famagusta wel welcomed
comed welcomed the governor general
with a burst of anti-British vio violent.
lent. violent. They threw two bombs at a Britr
ish army patrol in a jeep and
sprayed the patrol with gunfire.
One soldier in the jeep was killed.
Two others were wounded..
At Lanarca, extremists hurled a
bomb at the home of a British ar
my sergeant who was asleep in
side with his wife and five chil
dren. The bomb exploded harm'
lessly.
Other extremists threw three
more bombs at a village between
Famagusta and Lanrca. They also
fired on an army car, without in
flicting casualties.
Gasoline bombs burned three
parked cars at Limassol.
A British army camp at Po Po-mos
mos Po-mos Point drove off a raid by pro-
Greek guerrillas.
Another band of masked men
raided a police station last night in
the Paphos area, burning records
and stealing weapons before es
caping
Palo Alto Road
In Para i so Closed
Palo Alto Road from Paraiso
Road to Dominica Place in Parai Paraiso
so Paraiso was closed to traffic today, and
will continue to be closed until An
pril 5, it was announced at Balboa
Heights.
The street will be closed to per permit
mit permit the construction of a new box
culvert through that area. During
the time it is closed, traffic will
be detoured via Dominica Place
and a short section of Paraiso
Road. i
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POTTER Oil HIS HEW

1 Grew to Love People
Of Central America'

OMAHA, March 22 (UF). Brig. Gen. W. E. Fotter, scheduled
to be next governor of the Canal Zone, says he considers his
appointment "one of the greatest honors that can come to an
nfffoer f nrineers."

Since 1952 Fotter has been Missouri River division engineer,
one of the country's largest flood control projects.
nurin th last two months since I first heard of the ap

pointment," Fotter said, "I have devoted considerable time to
refreshing myself on Central American matters especially those

relating to Panama.
"I spent three years In Nica Nicaragua
ragua Nicaragua (1929-32) and grew to ap appreciate
preciate appreciate the problems of the
Central American people and al
so grew to love tne peopie a
great deal
" am looking forward to re resumption
sumption resumption of a very fine rela relationship
tionship relationship with them.
' "Of course the Panama Canal
Is the outstanding achievement
of the Corps of Engineers over
the years. No one can help but
feel proud in a position such as
this.
"The Canal is the Vital life lifeline
line lifeline between the Americas."
Potter was graduated from
West Point in 1928.
In 1929-32 he worked on the
Nicaragua canal survey, later
attended staff and general
command schools and spent a
year at MIT.
After a number of positions
on eastern engineering projects
he spent three years as assist
ant proiessor oi military icience
and tactics at Ohio State uni
versity. '.-" -v.':' :-';,:- :
From 1940-43, he was m vari various
ous various command assignments; with
armored forces engineers. He
was responsible for the planning
and operation of logistics for
the Invasion of Europe in World
War n. which included plans for
Norwegian Vessel
Damaged Slightly
By PanCanal Tug
The Norwegian cargo ship Mol-
danger, which suffered slight dam
age when she was struck by the
Panama. Canal tug Cardenas
Tuesday while docking at Pier 6
in Cristobal, was scheduled to re resume
sume resume her trip sometime this aft
ernoon.
A welded seam in the 8,055-ton
vessel was opened by the tug's
fenders early Tuesday morning,
while the ship was docking.
Repairs were made at the In
dustrial Division in Cristobal. The
Moldanger, which is en route to
Long Beach, California, 'from Lon London
don London is carrying a cargo of auto automobiles
mobiles automobiles bound for the West Coast.
Fenton and Co. are agents for the
ship.
7CG0 Panamanian
Workers In Zone
File Tax Returns
Approximately 7,000 Panama
nians employed by the Canal Zone
have submitted their income tax
returns to the Ministry of- the
Treasury, it was reported today.
The report also said a new of
fice expressly for the collection of
taxes from Panamanian Canal
Zone -employes is being installed
on Jose Francisco de la Ossa Ave
nue (Automobile Row) and will
be in operation at the beginning
of next month.
The Office will be headed by
Maximo Luque Jr.
Oscars For:
HOLLYWOOD, March' 22 (UP)
Homely newcomer Ernest Borg-
nine and his picture, a low-budget
little film named "Marty," swept
over veteran actors and expensive
pictures last night to win Holly Hollywood's
wood's Hollywood's coveted Oscars.
Another offbeat newcomer to
Hollywood films, Italy's fiery An Anna
na Anna Magnani, was honored as the
best actress of 1955 for her explo explosive
sive explosive role in "The Rose Tatoo,"
her first U.S. movie.
The supporting player awards
made it an all-newcomer year.-Jo
Van Fleet snared the award for
"East of Eden" and Jack Lemmon
was honored for "Mister Roberts."
But it was the toothy Borgnine
and the unpretentious "Marty"
that -aptured -4b -ntimottt ef.

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JOS.
ports, roads, hospitals, railroads
and troop supplies. He received
the Legion of Merit and the
Bronze Star for this service.
After the war he spent one
year in Alaska in charge of a
70-million dollar construction
program.
In 1945-48, he was Kansas City
district engineer, and in 1952
took over as Missouri River div division
ision division engineer.
Stamp Designed By
George Moreno, Jr.
Wins Honor In D. C.
A certificate of honor has been
awarded to George Moreno, Jr.,
Balboa High School student for his
Friendship Stamp design which
was submitted in competition re
cently with winning entries from
each of the United States and teH
ntones. ; ., .,f.
The announcement that yoiras
Moreno was one of the 12 honor
winners was received today by Si
gurd E. Esser, Superintendent of
canal zone Schools, from the
Council of Chief State School offi
cers in Washington, D. C.
The stamp design submitted by
Moreno was judged the best a
mong those entries submitted by
art students in the Canal Zone
schools. It was sent to Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, D. C. to be judged in compe competition
tition competition with a winning entry from
each state and territory.
First place in the stamp design
contest was awarded to Ronald
Diaz, a student in Hawaii, accord according
ing according to the announcement.
Moreno is the son of George Mo
reno, personnel assistant witn me
Personnel Bureau in Balboa.
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1
BRIG. GEN. LOUIS V. HIGH HIGH-TOWER,
TOWER, HIGH-TOWER, chief of staff of the
TJ.S. Army Caribbean, who will
be guest speaker tonight at
the opening of the Joint Boys
and Girls State programs at
the Fort Clayton Hospital. The
program will begin at 8:30 p.m.
Parents of boy and girl stat stat-"ers
"ers stat-"ers will attend the opening to-
night and also on Saturday at
6 p. m. when J. Addington
Wagner, national commander
oi the American Legion, will
pay an official visit, address addressing
ing addressing a joint assembly of boys1
and girls.

Borgnirie, Magnani, Lemmon, Van Fleet

i more than 2000 celebrities in black
tie and glittering evening gowns
who jammed the Houywood rent rent-ages
ages rent-ages Theater on Hollywood Boulc
vard for the 28th annual award
ceremony.
"Marty" was made in New York
from a television drama at a cost
of only $300,000. ; : ''
But it swept over such multi multi-million
million multi-million dollar productions as "Pic "Picnic"
nic" "Picnic" and "Mister Roberts" in the
election among the 1700 members
of the honorary Academy of Mo
tion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Borgnine a year ago was only
a player of a small villain roles
in films and a virtual unknown.
But last night the 38-year-old ac actor
tor actor heard his name called by Grace
jUUrJaft year.' best.actres3.vin-.

Oil

1,820 Permits
-,(.
For Duty-Free
Liquor Issued
Exactly six weeks after Zonians
were permitted to apply for duty dutyfree
free dutyfree liquor, a total of 1,820 permits
were issued to residents on both
sides of the Isthmus. This cover
ed Canal employes, and those
Americans working for private a a-gencies
gencies a-gencies on the Zone.
A report from the Armed Serv
ices could not be obtained because
there is no central agency which
issues permits to the military.
Each unit commander individual individually
ly individually gives his men the permits.
Balboa, with 965, was exactly
100 permits over the Cristobal cus customs
toms customs office where the liquor appli applications
cations applications are being issued. Cristobal
reported a total of 865.
Officials who has been issuing

nh0UcPeabieitS ,?Se!nuji9 up "whole family of atomic weapons" Comparable in
just after pay day. They claim versatility to the larger U.S. nuclear arsenal.
frlhSdiW Such weapons include atomic warheads for every every-which
which every-which a local-rater applied for, to; thing that now uses high explosives artillery shells cs

several cases of liquor.
They also added that so far
they have received no complaints,
and they feel no one is abusing the
right to purchase duty-free liquor.
Denial Technician
Talmadge Brown
Dies In Charleston
The chief ..dental terhnJrinn
far,:.:,thr Ni"',,,.:.T''i'''Be -A-Brown
died lass nleht of a
heart attack in Charleston, S.C.,
several hours after he had been
evacauted by air from the canal
Zone. ;
Mr. Brown, who was 46 years.
old. was dlschareed from Goreas
Hospital several days ago after!
having undergone treatment for
o rvimi hMrt- nttftrk we riled
a previous heart i tta. He
rcharleston Buriil will be at
tJtTVnZ
u! .v.i i. v.t,
u'rrn
Rodman, a daughter Gaye of St.,
Petersburg, Fla., his mother,1
Mrs. B. Brenner of Otrden, Utah,
two sisters and a brother, all of
the States.
Chief:, Brown first ennstea in
the U.S. Army in 1927 and serv served
ed served until 1933 when he left the
service to attend Dental School.
He enlisted in the U.S. Navy in
1941 and served until 1945. He
was recalled to active duty in
1950 and remained until nis
death. Chief Brown completed
20 vears of active and reserve
military service in Nov. 1955.
The deceased was exiremeiy
active In flvine in the Canal
Zone and Panama. He served as
a rivil Aeronautics-aDhointed
nrivate nllot examiner and held
both U.S. and Panamanian lr
structors .licenses. He wns B'ao
a flight Instructor at Paitllla
Airport in Panama City.
Brown was a member or tne
Masonic Lodge, Waukeesan. 111..
the Balboa branch of the Fleet
Reserve Association, a Navy or
ganization, and the Eastern Star
in SDOkane. wash. Mrs. Brown
will make her home in Spokane,
Wash.
Sea Trunk
SARASOTA, Fla., March 22
(UP) Press Agency is about
to hit a new hteh here at the
expense of an elephant named
Sunny.
Promoters of the Sunshine
Springs and gardens resort have
rigged up 15-foot-long water skis
for the 1300-pound elephant and
plan to take her water-sking to
morrowf1
ner, as the top actor of 1955 for his
first starring role of a gentle,
lonely butcher in "Marty."
The heavy-set actor kissed his
wife and hurried up the aisle to
claim his gold statuette. On the
stage the soft-spoken Borgnine be became
came became so emotional he could hard hardly
ly hardly speak.
"I want to thank my mother
for giving me the idea of getting
into this wonderful profession
and my pop for being steadfast,
and my lively wife for helping
me," he finally said, and pumped
the hand of
master-of -ceremonies
Jerry Lewis.
Another Italian actress, support supporting
ing supporting nominee Marisa Pavan, accept accepted
ed accepted the Oscar for Miss Magnani
now in Rome,

Relieved

All-out On Nuclear
...

allistic Missiles

0

WASHINGTON, March 22 (UP) Official sources
speculated today that the new Soviet nuclear test means
the Russians are going all-out to perfect atomic warheads
for long-range ballistic missiles.
Others said it proves the Rus.ons have achieved
"atomic plenty."

Thev are now. one well

small as eight inches in diameter, a growing variety of
missile charges, bombs of many calibers, land mines, tor
pedoes, and depth charges.

The new Russian explosion
was announced last night in
London and Washington.
It was part of a series of ex
plosions wnicn nave Deen ruius
on intermittently since August,!
Although the "United States!
has reported only five Individual
snots m ine -fries, hhuiuii
soi rcfts Vf.ld the e m?y. have
b:T. .ir3'' V T"'T'"y'"" ';'.'. .!
Never be frv, Mnre thrir first,
test In September, W have
the Russians been able to stage
se many tests in so brief a
time. Instead of months, the
gap between tests previously
had been years.
It was Sen. Henry M. Jackson
(D-Wash.). a member of the
Congressional Awmic iuu8,
ltte. who said the Rus-
Congressional Atomic Energy

' apparently ."are d?velopin'from short-range anU-aircraft" Co
a whole family of tactical ana;mtercontinental types.

stratenc weapons,
l Tactical atomic weapons
Tactical atomic weapons are
designed for battlefield ; use,
strategic for destroying uai ci
ty and industrial centers iar
from the fighting fronts...
Jackson has saia oiten tnai
the Russians may be ahead in
development of far-ranging mis missiles
siles missiles which, with H-bomb war warheads,
heads, warheads, could destroy entire cities
without warning.
Jackson and other memners
of the committee were quick to
point out that he Russians, de despite
spite despite propaganda talk of nu nuclear
clear nuclear test bans, are toiling as
hard as they can to build up
the size and quality of ther
atomic stockpile.
The Atomic Energy Commis Commission
sion Commission did not say whether the
new explosion which occurred
in the "past few days," was an
atomic or hydrogen device,

U.S. Promises Details Of Do-lt-Now
... h;'
Disarmament Plan; Red Reply Waited

LONDON, March 22 (UP) -The
United States promised further de details
tails details today of its do-it-now disar disarmament
mament disarmament plan to add to the drama dramatic
tic dramatic "test strip" proposal it advanc advanced
ed advanced yesterday. 'r.-"-'-Informed
sources said Harold
E. Stasssen, President Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's adviser on disarmament, will
enlarge on the American plan at
today's session of the five-power
arms conference while awaiting a
Russian reply to his initial offer.
. Stat ten proposed ytsttrday
It was a big night for the Italians.
Borgnine, an American, also is of
Italian ancenstry.-
None of the winners had been
nominated before for an Academy
Award.
Miss Van Fleet, a recent addi addition
tion addition to Hollywood from the New
York stage and TV. won the sup
porting actress Oscar for her first
film.
Lemon is another comparative
newcomer who was lured from
the New York stage and TV, won
the supporting actress Oscar for
her first film.
Lemmon is another comparative
newcomer who was lured from
New York television.
Both winners ran to the stage of
the rantages to claim their sta
tuettes.

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Worlun
informed source said build-
It used the word "nuclear,"'
which could be either.
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UnUSUC! I'iCClI
WASHINGTON, March 22 (UP)
The Pentagon has set loose a
flood of new guided missile infor information
mation information in an evident effort to
knock down Democratic claims
that weapons development is lag lagging.
ging. lagging. In less than two weeks, the Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces have given details on
four new guided missiles, ranging
The Pentagon also has disclosed
improvements to two others.
It also was giving special
treatment today to about 10
mambart of Congrtss who art
visiting th Caribbean whtr tho
Navy demonstrating its new
guided missile cruiser Boston, as
wall at tht super aircraff .car
ritr Forrattal.
, The flood of weapons data is re remarkable
markable remarkable for the usually secretive)
Defense Department and indicates
change of policy since Senate
Democrats first began steady cri criticism
ticism criticism when Congress returned in
January.
Less than three weeks ago, De Defense
fense Defense Secretary Charles E. Wilson
said he wanted to quiet down guid guided
ed guided missiles talk because he
though the sales department was
ahead of the engineering and pro production
duction production departments already.
that tht UniUd States and Rus Russia
sia Russia both create test areas cover covering
ing covering 20,000 to 30,000 square mite
roughly the size of West Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia in which military experts
from the two nations could ex experiment
periment experiment jointly with meent
detecting war scale military
buildups.
Each test zone would contain
at least one port, airfield and rail
terminal and various non secret
military installations in which a
major assembly of soldiers and
supplies could be observed.
The proposal is a logical sequel
to President Eisenhower's "Open
sky" plan for air inspection as a
means of guaranteeing peace.
Russia s Andrei Gromyko did
not reply at once, and observers
here doubted he will do so until
he has had a chance to check with
Moscow.
The general belief is the Rus
sian response will be delayed for
days if not weeks perhaps until
Communist boss MKita nnrusii nnrusii-chev
chev nnrusii-chev and Premier Nikolai A. Bui Bui-ganin
ganin Bui-ganin visit here next month.
Dry Run
AMARILLO, Tex., March 22
(UP) Lean Ray Hays, 23, re returned
turned returned to the local jail eight
hours after he broke out and told
officers he escaped "to see what
you fellow would do."



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Utttn an tacalvaa' aretthilfv aae eraal4 to waotl eaieiUI

.eieaaat.
K vm eeatribirte a Mtw daa'l be Imaatital If ft oeaM t aaaae tk

Mir doy Lalttn ar MbluM4 m Iha ardat Mcaivao.
laau try to ktta the lettart limited to eaa aaee length.
Utiht t kltat ntn b kali ill ttrktei BlBea.

Tbtt inirir)' ewnmai aa reweavbilitv a tati-aatf at olniaai

exrt4 ia lattan from jaaaera.
THE MAIL BOX

UNDEVELOPED PANAMA
To North American Doctor: Vn
How come you are not in one of the rich 43 states? You
know you could make room lor one: Panamanian, na at yur
salary possibly two. ,.,..
I wonder why so many of our people try to paint a picture
of the V. as purely a land of milk and honey, where money
grow on trees and all you have to do Is. pick it or have some-

Having lived there most of my life' I can tellyou it isnt
that easy. I have had to work and work hard for every nickel

I have gotten there, no forty hour weeu, tsaturaay ana ouuuajr
off, all holidays and two months leave per year. Did you hap happen
pen happen to notice in The Panama American that there were three
million unemployed people in the U.S. in fbruary? That hap happens
pens happens to be over three times the total population of the Repuo-
. Als? thnational debt of the U.S. was over $1700 for every
man, woman and child, the last time I noticed the figures and
till going up. 'Your children and mine will be paying long
after we are dead. ... .
Also look in the World Almanac. You will find this state statement,
ment, statement, about Panama." Of the total area of Panama, five five-eighths
eighths five-eighths are unoccupied and only a small part of the remainder
is properly cultivated. The forest resources are great.
, Why can't Panama do something to help Itself? Turn some
if these Chinos loose on some of the unoccupied ground and
--r" rv,pV will noon be feedinn the country.

Look what they do with the gardens in the Canal Zone, but

they work
You can't force a way of life or prosperity on a people un unless
less unless they want it and are willing to work to get It. If a fellow
wants to live out here in a grass hut that is his business, and
.ntiQ t think h i hetter off than I am, but he should

not expect to have the same as some one who works hard to

accomplish something.
The sooner we realize we can't support the world and change
it the better off we will be. It's a standing joke among the
Latin countries that the U.8. businessman kills himself making
a lot of money and then never has time to enjoy it. It is too
true, but they should be content to have more time and not so
much money unless they wish to do like wise.
Whv are you here? Frankly for the same reason I am.
Because youknow you couldn't go back to the States and prac practice
tice practice the same caliber medicine you do here and Ret by. You
wouldn't be on any forty hour week Any. half-way doctor can
make a eood living in the States but he -won't do it like he
works here They all seem to do very well here if they work
r KReany now'doctor, what would Panama be without the U.S.
or would there be any? Panama and the world can.be thank thankful
ful thankful the US. has control of this ten mile strip for I dont think
there is another country that would have donf as much for
them. If any country except the U.S. had this strip they would
E a "old mine of it by charging ships plenty to go through
heiCjf we would all be as realistic as Panama's Pdent when
he F3ld the U.S. citizen had a right to want to protect his job
I believe we would have a better understanding .The anaman anaman-lai
lai anaman-lai has .thht to want the Job and the U.S. tizen hjls -rtht
t0 surettheir country, but who "developed It. That Is the
small part that has been developed. Let's develop at least some
more of the unused five-eighths before crying too loud.
Are you sure you are not Just a North American-Educated
Physician instead of a North American Physician? .Thereis
quite difference you know. Anyhow if you are a North Amer American
ican American one you are a 30 year man, so I'll be seeing you at the
pier when you are 62. But the way things are going we wiU
probably both be pushed W the Dler long before we are 62 1. Oh.
well 1 guess I can make a living and hope you can. But it tint

Labor News
And
(iomnienl

Killed Him a B'ci

By VICTOR RIESEL
For the first time there is

chance we may learn the identity

of the Mr. Bigs running the Amer

ican Crime Syndicate

These are the men who smeUed
the lush aroma of $26,000,000,000

worth of union welfare and pen

sion funds. They doled out vice-

presidencies to men of more mus

cle than mind and put them in
charge of narcotics and shake

downs, so the Mr. Bigs themselves

could handle the problem of mov

ing into big time labor and what

could be the greatest legal racs-

et of all time.

There's a Federal Grand Jury

in New York which has been hear hearing
ing hearing scores of witnesses, some of
whom know intimately the men

behind the murderers now on the
loose. The killers' assignment is
to silence those who squeal and
those who might squeal. First they
knocked off Willie Bioff. A warn

ing. Then in Chicago they cut down

the financial brain of the Capone
mob. I almost wrote "old Capone

mob." But it's still operating,

Then they threw four bullets at

tha head ot Louis sapersiein
who kicked back to this mob and

it divisions across the land

Saperstein's money came from
handling welfare fundi and pen

sion insurance lor a siring ot un un-inn
inn un-inn Ha took orders from the top

of the crime syndicate through its

nM vi nrptidpnt. at one time in

charge of building service employ employes,
es, employes, (jeorge Scalise.
No one hands out a murder
"contract" without first consulting
th man lust hifiher up. No one

approves a "contract
"miUiniz a meet" with

special protector known in under underworld
world underworld iargon by a word I wont

use here since it is taken from
one of the great religions.
This "protector" is the one who
can reach the eight or 10 men
who are the Supreme Court of
what the underworld calls the
second government" a phrase
showing complete contempt for our
own law and order.
Th- Mr Bies including those

involved in the attempted murder

of Saperstein nave inumaic
associations with congressmen and

SO.

3

r
i

without

his own

InIwIII f''f '''-ioSs--- Z'lTfw y "ry

1! H i
V A.iii. ...7

1

4 r Dngy pair-.ri'i

v.: V'0"-! nailed it as a chance tn hHn

. ... ..

lagging industry.

vvuju nnve ucen xorestaiiea if the

r-iiennower administration had
acted more promptly. Pro"babIy the

Soviet New Look
By PETER EDSON

judges. They have been immune

for so Jong oecause oi men
ical contacts and financial con contributions.
tributions. contributions. ..

And the Mr. Bigs reawi uu

manv a union, jnarniauau b

Frank Hogan named a "TonyJooo words. If published in book

gonna be easy.1

Sir;

No Milk, No Honey

WHO'S ON WHOSE BACK?

rh. ,it.t.aw'Hins nnestion that recently seems to pervade the

atmosphere of the Canal Zone, and has tended r to i use the
term of "famous"' Southern racist from the United States
to "prostitute" sne thinking on the part of the average Amer American
ican American Zonian, is that of who is actually .subsidizing who on the
Canal Zone scene. s , ....
It has been the contention of many' irresponsible U.s. Rate
employes that they are subsidizing the Local Rate employes.
But under analysis we find that the same as the very status of
v.. r!ai 7nn. u nrartnylcal In that It is American territory

while at the same time it U not; the Question snbsiAyJs
also a paradoxical one and many factors must be taken into
consideration if one is to have a clear picture.
No impartial observer who would remain on the Canal zone
long enough to observe the acUm! operation of an average shop
or office, where as a rule the brunt of the work s borne by
Local Rate. employes at starvation wages, with a handful of
high-paid, arrogant and indolent North American supervisors
would long have any ouestlon as to who is actually subsidizing
.WhDld i? ever "occuMo 'the average U.S. Rater that if the aver aver-Tnni
Tnni aver-Tnni tirPrp to hp renlacert bv Americans, he would In

actuality be forced to get off the gravy train and really start

wauiR0m. Ignoramus,

MASH NOTE

la,

' I have just read the article headed "Who's An Allen" by
"Dam Tired and Mad Panameno."
I am a Dam Tired and Mad Gringo. Your yellow rag is a
completely prejudiced and one-sided newspaper if it can be
Ar,iaA hw hino pallert a newsDaner. ,

. You print only what suits your biased opinion without re regard
gard regard to what is sent you by your reading public.--You dont
have either the guts or the honesty to' print the letters giving
nfhsr 1H nf the areument.

I know for a positive fact that several letters have been

sent to you recently that portray ine iavoraoie siae oi jbovemuy

and the unitea otaies. you, in your vyauy uwaw yv
l. Vntr. nnf nrlntH thp.QP IfttterS.

nnn't thint fnr a moment vou are foolina' the people on

the Canal Zone by. your persistent policy of publishing letters

maligning Lovelady and the unitea siaies uovernmens is onim
swallowed hook, line, and sinker by the Canal Zone people. You
may fool all of them some of the time, some of them all of the
ttm, hut von ran't fool all of them all of the time.

I know I'm wasting my time in writing this because you
print only what suits your prejudiced mind, but it's some sat satisfaction
isfaction satisfaction to let you know what I think. t
The five minutes it took me to write this is well worth the

effort to get my gripe off my cnest. .
Dam Mad Yankee

WASHINGTON (NEA) The

complete record of the Communist

party's 20th Congress in Moscow

has now been translated into Eng English
lish English and circulated among govern government
ment government experts on Russia for
analysis and determination of coun coun-terpolicy
terpolicy coun-terpolicy measures.

The transcript runs to over 900,

Ducks"- Corallo of New York's old

107 St. mob" (the dope peuo ens;

as -a nooa wno inuueiitcs ai,

five unions. The saperstein
cinatinn attemnt further disclosed

that the wounded man's own net

work reached into suu omer tir.

CIO Outfits. : , : .:.

They reached into many a wg,
iv vt Ishor's own new policing

system-the Ethical Practices Com-

mittee IS noi ye movuis, nuv.6..
the core of crooked unions inside
labor is also the core of the crime
syndicate's newest bonanza. ;
There will be one clue to the
decision of labor's own policing

department to move or nov j
That will be the continued

prcsence-or dejarture-of Joseph
Curran, the big sailor who leads
M.tinnoi Mxrtime Union, ii

he stays on the. five-man Ethical

Practices commmee u
sign that labor J3 planning to clean
its own house, u
For if the committee doesn t act,
Joe Curran will resign. That w
be clear implication that he wm

not have lus own nanas ueu m u
fight on or, off the waterfront.

curran saia so vcij Bp5;,"-."j
at the committee's first 'organizing
session in the Hotel Monte Carlo
Miami Beach the week of Feb.

6. He told the other four men that
they might not want him to start

serving. He sam ne wwum
''after a decent amount of time
if the committee were pigeon-holed

They told him they wanted him
to stay and then went over the

records of the benaie buu-cu"i--.
tee on Welfare and Pension Jf"?ds
of the Senate Labor Committee.

The committee sew w
minute book along to the national
AFL-CIO officers for action against
? iioi f th amall Umt-

a lesser un. v. - .
ed Auto Workers (of the old AFL)
-a fellow by the name of Angelo
(The Sisco Kid) Inciso of Chicago,
whom I exposed long ago. Incise Incise-immediately
immediately Incise-immediately took his Chicago local
out of the AFL-CIO.

. tviar wo i rnnsiuernuic umw.

testimony before .the Senate sub subcommittee.
committee. subcommittee. Saperstein hj in

squealed jui ner uu vu..

Labor action cwuijicu

v..i. ni-anrt .iiirv. can nv

all. Now Jet's wait and see what

happens.

SECRET

DENISON, Tex. -(UP)- A lake

bid a thrft for several n.

then disclosed 'it. a v.T
sedan, stolen at Lewisvi e. Tex
last Aufiust ha s been pulled from

Lake Texoma, near here, ine
missing car was discovered when
the lake level reached a low point.

form it would be about the size of

"Gone With the Wind," or Adolf
Hitler's "Mein Kampf,"
This latter work was not studied
as closely as it should have been
when it first came out. The result
was that all but the few scholars
who had taken the trouble to read
it were caught totally unprepared
for the Nazi aggression.
Speeches of the Russian leaders
some of them hours long are
now regarded as just as important
and as dangerous as Hitler's rant rant-ings.
ings. rant-ings. -.
But there are still considerable
differences among experts on what
there is to see in the Soviets' hew
look, and what the free world must
be warned against and prepared to
meet.
Stalin has been dead for three
years and his book, "The Problems

of Leninism, which was the
''bible" of international commu communism
nism communism for many a year has been
scrapped.
The proceedings of the 20th Con

gress take its place. But the con concensus
census concensus is now that the 20th Con Congress
gress Congress did not mark the beginning
of a new policy. It marks instead
the ratification of an earlier
change in Communist policy.
The idea of a "collective leader leadership"
ship" leadership" is not regarded as new. Com Communist
munist Communist Russia had collective lead leaderships
erships leaderships before. Stalin collected
leaders and Beria liquidated
them.
There was another collective
leadership affer Stalin's death, in
which Beria himself was first liq liquidated.
uidated. liquidated. Then Malenkov and Molo Molo-tov,
tov, Molo-tov, Stalin's wheelhorses, were
demoted. .
What has happened now is seen
as the assertion of power by four
old-time Bolsheviks of the Lenin
era, Khrushchev; Bulganin, Mikoy Mikoy-an
an Mikoy-an and KaKanovich. These four

top men in Russia today are de

termined mere snail oe no return
of Stalinism with its internal, se secret
cret secret police terror.
Skeptics do not believe that this
collective leadership will last, how however.
ever. however. Khrushchev is now seen as
far more powerful than the others.
He may in time emerge aa the
one top dictator, which would be a
partial return to Stalinism.
The second principal declaration
of the 20th Congress being given
closest study is the intent to
achieve international Communist

aims by other than forceful means.
One of Lenin's major themes was
that war between capitalist and
Communist systems was inevi inevitable.
table. inevitable. World communism was to
triumph through revolution and aggression.

The announced new line is that

this conquest can be achieved by

"united front" political action in

the democracies. This implies
that parliamentary systems will be
used to destroy parliaments, then

to Set up Communist dictatorships.

This is what the-Communists

tried but failed to do in Greece,
This is what they did in Czechoslo

vakia. Mikoyan's speech before the

20th Congress says thir more open openly
ly openly than Communists have ever ad
mitted it before. v

They are apparently willing to
take a chance on neutralism like

Tito's in Yugoslavia and Nehru's

in India. The condition of accept

ance is that the neutrals be willing
to throw out American influence

and coexist under Communist dom

ination.

The concern over united front

action is that the Communists
mieht succeed in this strategy in

France, Italy, Indonesia or even

Germany, it wouia De none dv
uniting the left wing parties with
the extreme rightists to oppose and
finally overthrow the center, demo

cratic parties.

Walter Winchell In

0

DAAnUfAV BBATAU

MfW-itr ri I j AUIVCU. 11 0111. WU3 BUVC SUC U
be lunching with E.C. at the Metro Metro-It
It Metro-It came as no surprise to the'pole!"
reporters covering The Europeani
Beat that Margaret Truman fellr Daniel, his fellows say, was so so-hard
hard so-hard for Daniel. .His confreres clal but he wasn't high-hat as a

be solved. "If she was alive she'd will deal with Els Maxwell. An

other will satirize the elaborate

report that "E.C." had been the

champ among American heart-

breakers abroad for nearly 15

years, .The list oi women who
have been in love with him can
be found by turning the pages of

the Almanac de Ootha, the screen
mags and Dun a Bradstreet's.

Daniel's biggest previous ro

mance came during the war years
in London when he was exnected

to marry the Countess of Jersey,

who used to be Virginia Chernll
of Hollywood. .Daniel was rated

the most social of the foreign cor

respondents. .The marriageable

daughters or scores oi nome tami tami-lies
lies tami-lies were simply mad about him

. .And so were their mothers.

When the N. Y. Times assigned

him to Moscow, the top quip

around Fleet Street (London) was

that the mystery of Anastasia,

newspaperman. When a big story
broke he could run as fast as the

next guy.. .His betrothal to. Mar Margaret
garet Margaret will do no good to Anglo Anglo-American
American Anglo-American relations. Thev'U be

hanging out the crepe on a lot of

stately nomes of England.

''My Fair Lady," the musical

version of G. B. Shaw's "Pvr

malion," arrives tonight. It is al

ready Broadway's Favorite Girl.

It has a Fort Knox advance sale
plus Tiffany bids from Hollywood

. .ine Messrs. Shubert lost this

goldmine because they wouldn't

guarantee the producer a theater,

ine bnuoerts obviously need a
manager. .Arthur Kennedy is the

only actor in a Broadway play up

tor an uscar Decause ot his lawyer
role in the movie,. "Trial." By way
of coincidence, he plays a lawyer

in le i eater -i "a nt "iir

plans for building a modern pal

ace atop tne rennsy station

Looks like the Democrats are in
for a peculiar year. A wedding in

Independence and a Wake in Wash,
ington.

A New York lady (dwelling on
Riverside Drive) planned a trip
to Europe for over a year. v She

booked passage on the "Constitu

tion" eight months ago with April
2nd the sailing date, .Now, with

so many of Miss Kelly's friends

sailing on that liner on that date

she has become somewhat of

minor celebrity. .Because she
has a 1st Class ticket and gate

crashers and others from every

where are offering fantastic sums
for her passage. . She will not sell
.. '.Not because she is a movie fan
. She has never seen Grace in a

film. .She is simply determined

to let nothing Interfere with her

plans for a holiday in Europe.
Not even for a future Princess

score would have been just the

same. However, nere is the rprnM

of the deJay and rrocrastinatinn

of Secretary Dujles' State Depart-

ui mi.

As early as last June nffiViai

knew that Egypt considered buy buying
ing buying Communist arms. Premier
Nasser told U.S. Ambassador Hen Henry
ry Henry Byroade so.

However, Secretary Du11p

laved. At that time he had the tre tremendous
mendous tremendous economic weaoon nf

dumping U.S. surplus cotton in the
world market in competition with
Egyptian cotton. Secretary of A?-!

riculture Benson wanted to dump'

i mat ume, DUt.as reported in

tne wasnington Merry-Go-Round
August 7, Dulles said no.

so Egypt bartered her cotton

for Czech arms, while U.S. cotton
continued to roll up rent in U.S.
warehouses. Part of the arms,
however, were paid for out of U.S.

on royalties, advanced to Kins

Saud xf Saudi Arabia and loaned

in turn to Egypt. The State De

partment could have pressured the

oil companies to stop this loan,
but Undersecretary of State Her

bert Hoover, Jr.. is an executive

of Union Oil. The State Depart

ment, troubled witn a split per personality,
sonality, personality, did not act.

Egyptian arms were delivered

in October. Finally, on February
26, after U.S. cotton had lost most
of its bargaining power, Secretary

Benson announced that he would

dump U.S. surplus cotton. He
made the announcement In return

for getting the support of certain
cotton senators to help him defeat
rigid price supports in the farm
bill. He did not use cotton as a
weapon in the Near East crisis.
As of today the United States
faces three possible alternatives
in the Near East. They are:
$. Force Israel to make territor territorial
ial territorial concessions to the .Arabs. This
will be hard to do.
2. Throw the dispute into the lap
of tha United Nations where, un unfortunately,
fortunately, unfortunately, Russia can and prob probably
ably probably would veto.
3. War.
In case of war Russia would
probably stay on the sidelines, the
boys in the Kremlin laughing, up
their sleeves. The thing they need

most is oil. and the present snarled-

up situation is rapidly driving

Arabian oil in their direction.

The United States would also

try to stay on the sidelines, but
might have to intervene to pro protect
tect protect American lives in air bases

surrounded by Arab fanatics. The

situation is by no means a happy
one.-' v,- '-;

Note The Kremlin has secretly

promised Premier Nasser of Egypt
that in case of any long, drawn-

out war, Moslem Russians from

Turkestan would De ennstea as a
Moslem Legion to come to their
defense.

:'' FDR's DREAM
It has been exactly 20 years

since Republicans in Congress

killed the Roosevelt proposal to

harness the tides of fassama fassama-quoddy.
quoddy. fassama-quoddy. "' '.
Harnessing these tides, which
drop 60 feet In the Bay of Fundy,
was the dream of Franklin D.
Roosevelt ever since he spent his
summers in Nova Scotia as a boy.

When he became President, there therefore,
fore, therefore, he proposed that the Public
Works Administration work out a

plan to generate electric power
from the tremendous rise and fall

of the Passamaquoddy.
It was immediately hailed as a

boondoggle and a pipe dream.

Roosevelt was painted an an im impractical
practical impractical visionary. Congress killed
even an appropriation to study the
project, despite the fact that the

Army engineers naa oecreeu ii
completely practicable. .

Twenty years passed, and this

winter a Democratic-coniroueo

Congress passed a bill to survey

Passamaquoddy. ; u was passeu,

Congressmen RnVrt UsU

Charles Nelson. Maine Republi Republicans,
cans, Republicans, were bitterly disappointed,
however, when Eisenhower signed

daughter of the Czar, would soon Limit!'! . .One of the sketches in (continued on Page t)

HEAR
BILLY GRAHAM

in

THE HOUR OF DECISION
I IOXO, "The Voice of the Isthmus"
TOMGirr 8 :30 760' kcsr

t 1
1

LIFT UP YOUR HEART

(A Lentan feature of tha Pana

ma-American, prepared by tha

RtW M, A. Cookton, Episcopal

Churches of Our Saviour-St. Mar-

9 a ret.)

v GOD HAS A PLAN

Raid I Corinthians 3:6-14. "For

wo are laborers rogarner wirn

Gad: yo aro God's building ...

"For other foundation can no man
lay than that is laid, which is Jesus

Christ."

ST. PAUL was very much aware
that God has a plan for every hu

man life. That is what Chnstiani

ty is trying to tell you: God has a

purpose and a plan for your own

person no one else's fingerprints,
for example, are exactly like
yours and He has put you on

eartn to play a definite part in His
eternal scheme of things.
YET God has decreed thatvhis
plan shall not advance without the
voluntary and freely given cooppr.
ation of mankind "we are God's
fellow-workers."
JUST as it is easier for any par

ent or teacher to do an appointed

tasK nimseit than to guide patient

ly the stumbling efforts of his

charges, so we might have expect expected
ed expected that God would have complet

ed Himself the development of the

Kingdom ot uod on earth.

T)ITlhrihIlaIovfi?ouWnave

GOD has made you a unique decreed that this work should wait repentance?"

the bill. Actually th

appointed that he signed it; they
were disappointed that he hadn't
let them know in advance so that
they could have their pictures
taken during the signing ceremony.
This would have been great po political
litical political hay for them in Maine for,
instead of being a boondoggle, Pas Passamaquoddy
samaquoddy Passamaquoddy is now i practical
project! How the tides of political
fate have changed!
Note Only real difference be between
tween between Passamaquoddy of Roose Roosevelt's
velt's Roosevelt's day and the proposed Passa Passamaquoddy
maquoddy Passamaquoddy of today is that it's now

Intended to hand over the power
at a cheap price to private power
companies. In Roosevelt's day it
was supposed to sell public power
to co-ops. y
NO TREES POR SOIL BANK
One thing senators overlooked
during the hectic debate on the
farm bill was the difficulty of put put-ting
ting put-ting the surplus acreage, to be set
aside under the soil bank, into
grass and trees at any time soon.
This is beeause Secretary of Ag Agriculture
riculture Agriculture Benson three years ago
lowered the support price on grass
seed with the result that grass
seed is now in short supply. Thus
it will he impossible either to buy
or produce enough seed between
now and next fall to seed the sur surplus
plus surplus soil bank acreage.
Second, Benson disbanded U.S.
Government nurseries. In many
cases he turned them back to the
states, and the states in tum. let
them grow up in underbrush. Thus,
there will be no government seed
lings' with which to plant the mil millions
lions millions of trees necessary to create
a permanent soil bank.
For instance, here is what hap

pened when the U.S. Department
of Agriculture turned its nursery

over to the Mate of Minnesota at
Winona, Minn. The State of Min Minnesota
nesota Minnesota proceeded to remove all
the trucks, tractors, tools, the over

head irrigation system," and some
of the choice nursery stock. Then
they abandoned the site.

The site is now owned by the
Winona Sand and Gravel Company
which purchased the thriving U.S.
Government Nursery on a bid ba basis
sis basis for $3,000. This price included
such equipment as a butler build

ing valued at $12,000, plus all irri irrigation
gation irrigation equipment that could not
be moved, including a pump, mo motor,
tor, motor, etc, plus other minor build

ings.
In brief, the once thriving U.S.
Government Nursery, which was

equipped to supply low-cost trees

to farmers, is now a gravel pit,
and it will take three or four years
to grow new aeedlirjgs. "v -Note--Conifers
require three or

four years, though some nursery
stock could be ready by the spring
of 1958.

MERRY-GO-ROUND
Ex-Sen. Millard Tydings of Mary

land, once defeated with Senator

McCarthy s help, is set for a Sen

ate comeback. He shouldn't have

much trouble making it The
FBI has picked up reports that

both white and negro youths in

Alabama have been buying up all
the switchblade knives they can
lay their- hands on . One
trouble with the Cabinet's Congres Congressional
sional Congressional relations is that Eisenhower

once casually remarked to Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of Defense Wilson that lie did

not have to. tell Congress every-

wing, wuson iook we remarn lit literally,
erally, literally, as a result has been telling

Congress almost nothing. Senator
Jackson of Washington has been

trying for weeks to get Wilson to
Bive concrete facts regarding
guided missiles, But Wilson per

sonally nas ducked. He has made
one appearance behind closed

doors of the Senate Armed Serv Services
ices Services Committee, but was so con

descending and evasive that both
Democrats and Republicans have
been grumbling ever since. Some

however, with the enthusiastic sup- of the stanchest GOP senators

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Anti-Kefauver Democrats Seeking
Dark Morse Substitute for Adlai

WASHINGTON, March 22 (UP) Anti-Kefauver
Democrats began surveying the field of dark horses and
favorite sons today for a Presidential candidate.
There was a widespread feeling among these Dem Democrats
ocrats Democrats who dominate the party organization that Adlai E.
Stevenson had suffered a serious and perhaps fatal defeat
in Tuesday's Presidential primary in Minnesota.
He lost to the underdog. Sen. Estes Kefauver of Ten

nessee.
This reaction was evident among

that wide segment of party pro professionals
fessionals professionals who favored Stevenson

' or at least considered him more
acceptable than Kefauver. But
they also were asking, "If not Ad Adlai.
lai. Adlai. who?"
The names being tossed around
Included; Gov. Averell Harriman
cl New York; Senate Democratic
leader Lyndon B. Johnson of Tex Texas;
as; Texas; Sen. Stuart Symington of Mis

souri) Gov. Frank J. Lausche of
Ohio: Gov. G. Mennen Williams of

M ichigan and Sen. Robert S. Kerr

of Oklahoma.
There was no evidence ytt of

n organixod top-Kefauver move-

mtnt but en can bt expected ir
Stevenson fails to got up off the
ground.

Stevenson set forth today on b
com e-frorri-behind campaign to
get the Democratic Presidential
nomination despite his stunning

Minnesota primary defeat.

Stevenson promised to set up
the temno of his campaign and

"work harder than ever." But he
refused to change his policies or
try to out-promise other candid candidates.
ates. candidates. "I have tried, to toll the peo people
ple people the truth," he said in a news
conference yesterday. "I have
not promised them the moon and
I never will. This may not be

the way to win elections, but it
is, in my opinin, the way to con conduct
duct conduct a political campaign in
Democracy."
Stevenson admitted he is no long longer
er longer the front-runner in the nomina nomination
tion nomination race and faces an uphill bat battle
tle battle to overcome Kefauver's Min Minnesota
nesota Minnesota victory.
The Minnesota returns were still
Incomplete because some of them
'must be brought in by canoe from
north woods precincts.

But they already assured netauv netauv-er
er netauv-er 26 of the state's 30 Democratic
National convention votes.
With 3573 of the state's 3786 pre

cincts counted, Kefauver had 234,-

651 votes to Stevenson s 17,4W

Stevenson conceded Kefauver

'the first round," but vowed he
Isn't beaten yet. v ;
He pointed Out, that the Dem Democrats
ocrats Democrats polled a 2-tol heavier
vote then the Republicans and
said: "If anyone should be wor worried,
ried, worried, Ike should be even more
worried then I."
The Illinoisan based his come comeback
back comeback hoDes on victories over Ke

fauver in the May 29 Florida prim

ary and the June 5 California prim

ary. He admitted ali hone would

be lost if Kefauver wins both of

these.
"It would be a little late to with withdraw
draw withdraw then it would be all over,"
he said.
The Stevenson camp also kept a
worried eye on Gov. Averell Har Harriman
riman Harriman of New York, an "inactive"
candidate, for the nomination.
Stevenson aides charged that a
secret "Stop Adlai" meeting of
Democrats was held in Denvea two
weeks ago for the purpose of boost

ing Harriman.
Stevenson and his aides busied
themselves today m figuring
out what went wrong in the Min Minnesota
nesota Minnesota race, where he had been
regarded as shoo-in favorite.
Meanwhile in Britain, the Lon London
don London Times said today that Steven Stevenson's
son's Stevenson's defeat by Kefauver in Min Minnesota
nesota Minnesota "proves once more that

the Americans are funny people.'

The Times said in an editorial

that Stevenson is "one of those A-

mencan leaders whose stock prob

ably stands higher on this side of

the Atlantic than it does in his

own country."

His liberal pronouncement, at

the time of the last Presidential

election, found their echo in Eu Europe,"
rope," Europe," The Times said.

More recently he impressed
those whom he met on his tour
of the world, with his balanced

and senisiblo judgment. Never Nevertheless,
theless, Nevertheless, it is possible for an A A-merican
merican A-merican to have all those quali qualities
ties qualities and lack appeal to his own
people.
"That charge has been made
from time to time, and for that,
among other reasons, his heavy
and unexpected defeat in the Min Minnesota
nesota Minnesota primaries must be taken
seriously."

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JUICY Meet pretty Dorothy
Steiner of Boca Raton, Fla.
She's the new citrus queen of
her state, which explains the
basket of oranges she holds as
she poses on the beach at
Winter Haven.

RP Cooperative
Council Sets Up
Headquarters

Ike Says New. Bill Would Buy
Farmers With Surplus Crops

WASHINGTON. March 22 iUPl

President Eisenhower said todav

the Senate's new farm will would

bury the farmers" with surplus
crops and cause a new break in
farm prices. ..

His news conference remarks on

the measure carried the implied
threat of a veto unless a House House-Senate
Senate House-Senate conference committee rad radically
ically radically changes the bill. I

He expressed hope that the com

mittee, "looking at this thing sen sensibly,
sibly, sensibly, may write a eood bill, and

one which can really be helpful to

me iarmer.

The Senate voted to retain the
flexible price support system fa favored
vored favored by Mr. Eisenhower, but it
wrote in other provisions that ho
considers unworkable.
The effect of the "back door

approach" would be to reauire the

administration to support basic
crops at close to the 90 per cent
of parity level provided lor in the
old rigid support system.

benate Republican Leader Wil

liam F. Knowland (Calif.) pre

dicted after a White House con conference
ference conference yesterday that the bill will
be vetoed unless "modified" in
conference.

Mr. Eisenhower did not make

this threat directly, but he said
"I don't think it is a good bill.
I don't think it is workable. I think
it would bury the farmers under
surpluses that they couldn't stand,
and it would break the prices still

further."

he sent to Congress was "com "comprehensive"
prehensive" "comprehensive" and would have help helped
ed helped the farmer "with) his present
problem by giving him some
profitable way" to cut down on
the sixe of the crops.
By passing laws that encourage
more production, he said, "We are

going to pile up trouble that we
cannot possibly solve."
There was a strong possibility
that Mr. Eisenhower may be in
for a disappointment in pinning
his hopes for an acceptable bill
on the joint conference committee.
The House last year passed a

bill calling for restoration of 90

per cent supports on basic crops,
High support advocates undoubt

edly will fight to retain this pro

vision.
Chairman Harold D. Cooley (D (D-.
. (D-. N.C.) of the House Agriculture
Committee predicted today the
Senate would accept a compro compromise
mise compromise based on a one-year re restoration
storation restoration of rigid supports.
He said his committee will stu study
dy study an analysis of the Senate bill
and then question Agriculture Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Ezra T. Benson on Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Then the conference commit committee
tee committee can go to work in an effort to
iron out differences in the two
measures.

It likely will be sometime nexfN

month before a bill finally reach reaches
es reaches the President's desk. The House
starts an Easter recess a week
from tomorrow and won't get a a-round
round a-round to the measure until it re-

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Museum Building is Bingo O'Malley, 21. An art student at Carnegie Institute, O'Malley is inter-l
ested n art m any form, and he says the three-dimensional medium of flower arrangements stim-l
ulates his ideas for good design. 6 uom-j

He said the soil bank program turns April 9.

The National Coopera 1 1 v

Council (Consejo Nacional de
Cooperativas) has established an

office to handle all matters per

laming 10 cooperatives in ac
cordance with the laws of Pan

ama. it was announced today.

The law empowers the council

to provide, direct and coordinate

tne cooperative movement.

The Dostal address of the roun.

ell Is Box 3121, Panama, R.P,

me announcement said.

Wherever, people of distinction
meet you'll always find

Senate May Hake
Changes In Proposed
Election Amendment
WASHINGTON,' March 22 (UP)
Senate Republican leader Wil William
liam William F. Knowland said today the
. Senate may make some changes
in the proposed presidennial elec election
tion election amendment.
Knowland is one of the 54 spon sponsors
sors sponsors of the proposed constitution

al amendment aimed at reducing
. the chances of electing a president
by a minority popular vote.
The Senate went into its third
day. of debate on the proposal that
would distribute the States' elec electoral
toral electoral votes on a proportional ba basis.
sis. basis. At present, the Presidential
candidate who wins a majority of
a state's popular vote gets all its

electoral votes,. 1
Knowland's : s t a t e m e n t That
"there may be some amendments"
to the proposal followed a series
of speeches by Republicans and
Democrats attacking itl Sgnators
charged the amendment would in increase
crease increase the influence of "one-party"
states. "' :. ;:i
Sen. George A. Smathers (D (D-Fla.),!
Fla.),! (D-Fla.),! defending the proposed a a-mendment
mendment a-mendment yesterday, said it will
"make the vote of every person,
count." But Sen. Herbert H. L e h-!
man (D-N.Y.) called it "political
bash," (
Lehman was the last of a group
of speakers who contended the a-'
mendment would mean the large
vote for both parties in big states
like his own would split their elec electoral
toral electoral vote nearly evenly. But he
said the dominant one party in
smaller states would give a large
margin to the party's standard

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Liturgy Of Holy Week
Undergoes Some Changes

It Is doubtful that the Catho

lic world will again see such a

great change in the liturgy as

win De witnessed aunne ine

coming Holy Week.

These changes have two pur

poses: l) to restore to Holy

Week much of the solemnity
which has been lost from having
Holy Week services In the early

morning : 2) To elve everybody

the opportunity to be present at
these solemn liturgical functions.

Tne principal changes for Ho

ly Week are as follows:

Faim Sunday: The most to

portant change Is the simplify

ing tne Biessmg or the Palms
and restoring the procession of

Irenr Jolicl-ftriD

Funeral Ceremony
Held At Sorbonne

PARIS. March 22 fUP) Irene

Joliot-Curie, a victim of her re research
search research into radioactivity, was
buried today beside the bodies of
her parents who pioneered in the
field.

The official funeral ceremony

took place in the court of the Sor Sorbonne,
bonne, Sorbonne, where Mme. Joliot-C u r i e

pernicious anemia in 1934. Physi-

husband, tredenck Joliot-Curie,
exploring secrets of radioactivity.

She died Saturday at the age of

59 from cancev brought on by ex

posure to radioactive rays.
Her mother, Marie Curie, died of

pernicious anemia in 1934. Phusi Phusi-cians
cians Phusi-cians said her work with X-rays
had contributed to her death.
The United Press erroneously re reported
ported reported March 17 that Pierre Curie,
father of Irene Joliet-Curie, died

of exposure to radioactive rays.

Actually, he was killed in a traffic
accident in 1906.

TV TROUBLE
ALPENA, Mich. (UP) It

was no mystery to Leonard Bo-

boltz why television reception was
poor at his home. A car went out
of control, crashed into the side
of his house and broke his TV

antenna. .

the Palms to its former solemni solemnity.
ty. solemnity. There is also a change In the
Gospel from which the account
of the Last Supper is now omit omit-ed.
ed. omit-ed. The Gospel noW begins with
the agony of Christ In the Gar Garden
den Garden of Getsemane.
There will be a tendency In
the future to stop using "Palm
Sunday" to designate this day.

in future years 11 will be refer referred
red referred to as "The Second Sunday in

Passiontide."

Monday, Tuesday and Wednes

day of Holy Week: No change

except that the Gospel on Tues

day and Wednesday omits, as on

Palm Sunday, the account of the
Last SunDer.

Holy Thursday: The sacrifice

of the Mass Is to be offered be

tween 5 andv 8 0 clock in the

evenings. The only exception Is

In Cathedrals where Bishops are
permitted a morning mass for

the blessinar of Holy Oils and

Chrism. Where the Bishop has
offered the morning mass, he is

permitted to oiler the Thursday

evening mass as well. The cere

mony of washing the feet may

take place at the Thursday eve

ning mass. The customary visits
to churches on Holy Thursday
will hereafter be made at night.

Good Friday: services must oe

held between "about" 3 or 6 o' o'clock
clock o'clock In the afternoon. The mass
of the Pre-Sanctlfied has been
changed to restore the original
character of a simple commu communion
nion communion service. For the first time
in centuries the faithful will be
permitted to receive holy com communion
munion communion at this service.
Holy Saturday: The liturgy for
the vigil of Easter remains un unchanged,
changed, unchanged, but it must now be cel celebrated
ebrated celebrated between sunset and mid midnight.
night. midnight. With the Easter vigil serv

ice held in the evening, it makes

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. WASHINGTON, March 22 (UP)
President Eisenhower will leave
Sunday night for a meeting with
the President of Mexico and the
Prime Minister of Canada at White
Sulphur Springs, W.' Va.
The White House said yesterday
the President will leave here by
train Sunday about 10:30 p.m., ar arriving
riving arriving at White Sulphur Springs a a-bout
bout a-bout 7:30 a.m., Monday. He will

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Charleston, W. Va., and reach the I i
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Presr ScretaryJame -CrHa
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Newest record star is Nanette

Fabray, the ultra-high-talented

shuer and comedienne of stage,

TV and kitchen. It is delightful

io liear a singer who gives as
frank an appraisal of her own
'itylc as Nanette.

Nancy Berj

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outside o her new records, her

new nance, music publisher Marty

Mills, and her last few months of
TV work with Sid Caetar on NBC

is cooking. She's taking lessons.
It has nothing to do with her im impending
pending impending marriage, because Nan's
a pretty good cook to start with.
'I'm a good garden-variety
cook," she says. "But I've always
wanted to learn how to cook this
fancy 'flambee' sort of stuff. So'

'I I'm taking lessons from a former

Cordon Bleu chef. He shows us
;!how to cook, and then we eat it.
Very delicious, too."

i i So between the sinpinff lessons

jj learning how to rock and roll

, x ana '"e c00lun8 lessons, poor
' 1 i Nanette could wind up confused.

Vioiic migni turn oui an omeieuei
";' a that really moves. I
V A
Nanette Fa bra t Another new lady en rtcordi it!
Viinnu Rnrtf Kha'o (tin Vinont iful

'. 'Ntw York model who has a late!
"I'm a square singer," she says, night TV show on NBC in the big
Tins squareness stems from 11; city called "Count Sheep," a five-.

"year j of performing on the Broad-i minute program in which she lulls

vay siajie where, as she says,; listeners to sleep, meoreticauy.
"I "worked behind an orchestra and' Anyhow, Nancy's been signed by
just had to sing loud and enunci-lTCA-Victor and will record an al-

ate 'clearly. You can't try any j bum of dream songs. She, too. has

tsnry pliramnr; on Broadway." Ibeen studying with i.nnette War War-So
So War-So when Coral signed her to a.ren and Phil Moore.
'record contract, she had to learn j
to sing all over gain. First they j When Eydie Gorme recorded
wanted her to record "Get Up, j "Too Close or Comfort" for ABC ABC-Ciot
Ciot ABC-Ciot Up." the song Jaye P. Mor- Paramount, she had to go back
gan has waxed. Nan loved the; and do the song over. The first
number, but she wanted time to j accepted take turned out to have
study it first. In the record busi-tsome mechanical imperfections, j
ness. there's no time for silly When the disc jockies began
things like study a record has! playing the record, however, some
to be made today in a competitive : liked it and some complained
market.. (about the bad recording. About

Coral and Nan decided to wait. 3,000 copies had gone out, and'

She studied with Bernie V ayne, I nobody knew which DJs got the
learned the fine points of close; good one. which the bad. So ABC-

mike technique and intimate phras- Paramount had to rush out 3,000
ing. Then they found another tune, i new copies, ail good. Somebody
"How Soon," and the results are j goofed,
pow at your record store.

Xnnctle is a very sunny gin. DICK'S PICK5: Eddie Fisher

liven on a rainy day. In fad, morel has a potential hit in "No Other

so on a rainy day. On such days.jOne" (RCA). Others: "You're
she wears an outfit she reserves; Mine" (The DreamWeavers, Dec-

fir tioornv weather a gay rcd-;Ca): "Till I Waltz Again With

AT THE ENI7 OF THE TREK ii
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SUMMEU 6EAZINS cSKOUNPS, THE OLYMPIC ELK
6TA&& AN EXUBERANT PAN OF CELB&fZACTtOH.

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fiiifl-while strined allair. That, add

ed 'to' her happy smile, seems to
produce a .sooliiht of sunshine in

winch snc wants.
At the moment,

ON TOUR"- MaJ. Gen. Wil William
liam William II. Malhi, Army provost
marshal general, arrived here
thte morning aboard the USNS
Gibbons for a two-day tour of
the military police Installa Installations
tions Installations in the Canal Zone. (U.S.
Army Photo).

You" (Billy Vaugh, Dot); "Hit the
Road to Dreamland" (Betty Hut-

ton, Capitol); "Tom and Huck"
(Richard Himber, Rolls): "My

her big interest fDestiny" (Mario Lanza, RCA);

"Beat Me Daddy Eight to the

Bar" (Gary Crosby and Sammy
Davis, Jr., Decca); "Walk Right

Un" (Snooky Lanson, Dot); "What

a Heavenly iNigni tuinan nnore,
RCA).
Vocalists for your long playing
pleasure "Eolafonte" on RCA

'nuf said: "Introducing Rita

Moss" on Epic features a gal with
a, unique style; Greta Keller does
some of her best work on "Re

member Me" (London); Mary Mar Martin
tin Martin lends her charm to the songs
from "Anything Goes" on Colum

bia: Vieki Benet sings French and

American songs in "Woman of

Paris" (Decca)', Decca also has
new 'albums fcaturipg Bing Crosby
("Shillelaghs and Shamrocks")
the Mills Brothert ("Singin' and
Swingin' ") and Ella Fitigerald
("Lullabies of Birdland"), ... ...
Good recent symphonic releases
Sargent and the BBC Symphony
(RCA) with Tchaikovsky's Sym Symphony
phony Symphony No. 5; Szell and the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Orhcestra (Epic) play Haydn's
Symphonies Nos. 88 in G-Major
and 10t in D-Major; Van Beinum
and the Concertgebuotf Orchestra
play Bruckner's Symphony No. 8
in C-Minor and Schubert's Sym Symphony
phony Symphony No. 3 in D-Major.

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cvnxFY PETERSON LEADS OFF at the luncheon given in her honor by the Panama
?ii SSWlc Blie t the home of Captain and Mrs William E. Thomp Thomp-son
son Thomp-son in Golf HteWaturday:.- The.Bt. Pat'a Day motif was carried out in the table
decorations. Luncheon was enjoyed by thirty ladles.

MRS. OLGA DE ARIAS TO BE HONORED AT TEA
The Monthly Social of the Inter-American Women's Club
will be a tea honoring Mrs. Olga de Anas, wife of the rresi-
ThePteaawili be held In the Bella Vista Room of the El
Panama Hotel, on Wednesday, April 4th at 4:30. .
Members may make reservations by calling Club Head Headquarters,
quarters, Headquarters, Balboa 3465.

Engagement Announcement-
Mrs. Biondell Gladney of 16 Da Da-v,;t
v,;t Da-v,;t Blvd. Tampa, has announced
the engagement of her niece, Miss
Betty Pate, to Donald Hamilton
Beall, son of Mrs. Mary Beall and
the late Mr. Cyril Beall of Bella
Vista. "-
Miss Pate is a graduate of Plant
High School where she was a
member of the National Honor So Society.
ciety. Society. She attended business
school in Tampa and is employed
by the City Planning and Zoning
Board. ' ;
Mr. Beall graduated from Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School. He received his
B.S. degree in architecture from
the University of Virginia where
he was a member of Alpha R h o
Chi fraternity. Mr. Beall is em employed
ployed employed by Franklin 0. Adams, ar architect,
chitect, architect, Tampa.
The wedding will take place on
April 17, in St. Margaret's church,
Margarita, C. Z.
After a short stay on the Isth Isthmus',
mus', Isthmus', the young couple will return
to Tampa, where they will make
their home.
Baby Son Born To
Mr. And Mrs. Jack MeGrath
Mr. and Mrs. Jack MeGrath are
the proud parents of a fine baby
boy born recently at the San Fer Fernando
nando Fernando Clinic
Mrs. MeGrath and new son have
left San Fernando Clinic for their
home at. El Coco del Mar.
Weir-Wellman Nuptials
At USO-JWB m
The marriage of Miss Florence
Weir, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Weir of New York, to Otto
Wellman will take place Friday at
10 a.mu at th j USO-JWB. Rabbi
Nathan Witkin will officiate at the
private ceremony.
A wedding reception at the Tivo-
11 Hotel will take place on Satur Saturday
day Saturday at 8 p.m. for friends of the

couple.

9 veil "' .
Among those spending past

weekena ai lauuBa wee,

Stio Rinphart. Mrs. Louise Mc-

Keown, and her daughter, Mrs.

Janet Lockhart, Miss Maria uou uou-zalez,
zalez, uou-zalez, Miss Margaret Forrest and
Miss Louise Zug.
Ovtrnight Guest
Mr. Kennth Montanye and Mr.
Michael Lazio'of Barranquilla, Co Co-inmViia
inmViia Co-inmViia wprA the overnieht guests

of Mr. and Mrs. John Montanye
of Ancon, on Monday. Mr. Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth Montanye, who is Mr. John
Montanye's brother, is General Su-

penntenaent oi rianis ior mc io.
Colombia de Electricidad, and Mr.
Lanzio is the Electrical Superin Superintendent
tendent Superintendent for the same company.
Both are on their way back from
a business trip to Mexico City.
In El Valla
Dr. and Mrs. Gilbcrto Arias, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by their children, have
left for El Valle to spend a vaca vacation
tion vacation of a few days.
Travelling Tp Guatemala
Mrs. Mark P. Quinn has left for
Guatemala to join her husband
Mr. Mark P, Quinn.
Naval Officer' Wive
Meet At Fort Kobbe (
The Naval Officers' Wives' Club
,A thoii- poanlnr m P. e t i n E on

Tuesday at the Fort Kobbe Offi

cers Club. A very aeugimui wimr
eon, hostessed by the Mesdames
w v lianlpv. J. E. Johnson, A.

m! Patterson, and A. II. Goyne

was thoroughly enjoyea.
The Easter theme was carried
in thn Hppnrntinns and SDring

flowers added lovely colors to the

tables.

Mrs. W. B, Tucker presioea o o-....
.... o-.... iun montinc and pxt.pnded her

personal thanks to the members of
the executive committee who have
worked with her during the past
; .nnnthe tprtti The nominating

committee presented the slateof

candidates ior me nuxi icnu,
President, Mrs. J. E. Johnson;
ProciHont Mrs. E. M. Saun-

ders; Treasurer, Mrs. H.J, Hoops,

nprnrdmc secreiay, mis.

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BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
THAT morning, Ronald had sev several
eral several reasons for exploding anger.
The previous evening, because
Baby Sister had a sniffle. Mommy
had wheeled the crib into her
room, leaving Ronald abandoned
down the hall. At breakfast, she
denied him chocolate milk. Final Finally,
ly, Finally, when it began to rain, she
made Ronald stay indoors in instead
stead instead of continuing the game he
was playing, under the grape arbor..

So, when she grabbed his fire
truck because he'd left it in the

kitchen doorway, he defied this
frustration as the straw that broke
endurance.
He made two wild jumps at the
shelf that held his truck; and un

able to reach it, turned on Mom

my with a badly-aimed kick. Then,
crying with rage, he flung himself
to the floor which he began to bat batter
ter batter with clenched fists as he wish wished
ed wished to batter Mommy.
HE was still sobbing spasmodi spasmodically
cally spasmodically when a neighbor telephoned.
Answering, Mommy said, "You
just ought to see what a state he's
in! I never saw such temper in my
life! he gets if from his father's

Dad not my side. Why, if I'd car carried
ried carried on like this at his age, I'd
have been spanked so hard I
couldn't sit down for a week. He's
just getting too much for m e,

that's all

And listening, her little boy felt
exactly as you and I do when
some scientist tells us what' ter terrible
rible terrible things atomic power can do
to us. He felt fear, desolation and
desoair.

He felt these painful emotions
so sharply he couldn't stand them.

ao he did exactly what we do with
our terror of atomic extinction;
be put them out of his head. In Instead
stead Instead of fear of his temper, he be began
gan began to feel a mounting vengeful vengeful-ness
ness vengeful-ness toward the parent who had
made htm feel it and bitter re resentment
sentment resentment at his mother's helpless helplessness.'
ness.' helplessness.' HE'LL make her pay for scar scaring
ing scaring him with her fear of his temper.-
."
The more she promotes it as ter

rible, the harder will be her punishment.

For each time she suggest his

temper is more powerful than she
is, Ronald's suppressed fear of his
temper grows and with it, his
vengeful need to punish her with a
big and better display of it
Dr. Lawson G. Lowrey is a
psychiatrist who knows as much
about children as any specialist in
this land. In a published discus discussion
sion discussion of tantrums, he asks us to our ourselves
selves ourselves this question:
"Do I cause my child to have
temper tantrums by impressing on
him what a fearful temper he
hase"

Finalists Of Spelling Bee
End Competition Tomorrow

Corresponding Secretary Mrs. H.
II. Spicker.

A report was given on the fine

progress of the "E v e n i n g of

Games to be sponsored by the
Club to raise funds for the Wel

fare work done by the Club. The

Chairman of the Ways and Means

Committee. Mrs. George King re

ported keen interest by all and
ticket sales very good. The event

will take mace at the Army wavy

Club, For Amador ,on April 3, at
7:30 p.m.
The very honored guest and
speaker, Mrs. Oscar McKenzie of

Quarry Heights, gave a delightful
talk on laughter.

A fond farewell was given to

Mrs. F. Choisser and Mrs. L. E.

Holliday who will be leaving soon

for the States.

The Club welcomed newcomers,

Jaene Clark and Mike Harrison,
and were pleased to have as

guests; Mrs. Ester Ball, mother

of Myrtle Manqels and Mrs. btie
lau.' guest of Dee Colvett.
The first door prize, a silver cig

arette box. was won by Mrs. A.

M. LaLande, second prize, silver

butter dish, by Mrs. A. U. Boyette,
and third prize, silver ask trays,

by Mrs. H. M. Mangels,
(Continued on Page 9))
St. Anthony's
Church To Sponsor
Elocution Contest
St. Anthony's Orthodox Spiritual
Church will sponsor an elocution elocutionary
ary elocutionary contest tonight at the Church

in Parque Lefevre between inter

mediate bunday School students.
Acting as judges of the contest
will be Mrs. Lurlene Johnson, Da David
vid David A. Williams and J. A. Phillips,
with Mrs. Ismay Markland presiding,

Names of the contestant for the
finals of the Spelling Bee sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by the Caribbean College Club
have been announced by Mrs. M.
L. Nash, chairman of the Activi Activities
ties Activities Committee. The finals will be
held tomorrow night at 7 o'clock
in the auditorium of the Cristobal
High School, v
The list of contestants and the
teachers who will call the words
follows: 1
SECOND GRADE
Teacher calling Mrs. Ruth
Morris.
North Margarita
Charles Polian, Margaret Sulli Sullivan,
van, Sullivan, Arthur Messier, Janet Smith.
South Margarita

Juan Melendez, Audrey Duncan,
Marie Bruland.
Cristobal
Barbara Bramberg.
Gatun
Lillian Thomas.
THIRD GRADE

Teacher calling Mrs. Vera Jones

- North Margarita

Paula Maples, Donna Burow, Pa

tricia Comstock.
South Margarita

Pamela Robertson. S e w i r t

Brown, Roy Herrera.
Cristobal
Lynn Egger.
Gatun
Andrew Metzeer.

FOURTH GRADE

Teacher calling Mrs. Rosa Epsein

North Margarita
Michaela Kane, David Cram.
South Margarita
Nereida Vasquez, John Voucher.
Cristobal
Michael Belanger, Donna Wong.
Gatun
Franke Borsellino.
FIFTH GRADE

Teacher calling Mrs. Vireinia

Craig.

North Margarita
Yvonne Leliadipr. Jnriith niral.

deau.

South Margarita
Mary DuBois, Sandra Halliday.
Cristobal
Miriam Ramirez, Tulo Martino.

Gatun
Elaine Asbury,
SIXTH GRADE
Teacher calling Mrs. Henrietta
Cheek.

North Margarita
Mary Rainey, Marty Hayes.
South Mirnarita

Elizabeth Glogovcsau, Carol

Bruland.
Cristobal
Elizabeth Hanna.
Gatun
Verna Raye Hilderbrand.

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Learn Riding at
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Riding t Jumpi dosses doily
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Suicide Says He
Killed Teenage
Girl In September
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N.J., March 22

(VP) A 42-year-year-old man wasj.candiford,"Wilbert Morrison and:

found aCHCl -nci um.r w .....-
tion of Ras fumes. Police found I
suicide note spying the victmt KiU-
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last Scptcrmbcr. a t f-
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Charles E, Hickman wa'1 ''j'i
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rooiue "j VV"
Frank Mansfield.
A note said:, "Goodbye t cruel
world, notify my sister I h a y e
cone to help my falhe' and moth mother,
er, mother, as they need me. They are go go-ing
ing go-ing to help me at the same time
as I killed a 17-year-old girl.'Mie
was very beautiful. I buried her
in the woods. They did not find
her yet. 1 killed the girl last Sep September."
tember." September." Pniirp immediately started
Investigation into the reference to
the girl.
Send Off Service
For Evangelist
A send off service in honor of
Evangelist M. Foster will be held
at the Pentecostal Faith church
of God, Chorrilld at 7:30 tonieht.
Evangelist Foster left the U.S.
Dec. 15 on a missionary tour to

Barbados,' Trinidad. Aruba Tid!by taking his baggage on a sled

Panama. She arrived
oa the
Isthmus on Feb, 28.
During her stay In Panama
she conducted evangelistic ser services
vices services at the Pentecostal -Faith
Church of God at Chorrlllo and
Colon and at the Nazarene
Christian Church, Rio Abajo.
Special prayers will be offered
In her behalf as she leaves Pan Panama
ama Panama for her home.
Ileed Personnel!
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for screened applicants for
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lected selected to meet your re requirement
quirement requirement at absolutely no
cost to you. Prompt Con Confidential
fidential Confidential service. Call Pan Panama
ama Panama 2-4655 or write to
P. O, Box 683 Panama for
details.
Large Assortment
of MOULDING
We MAKE
TCII KK FK1MES,
for pictures,
, diplomas, etc.
' CLASS
' ind 'MIRRORS
Mut'lrleria
"EL DIABLO"
.13-25 CenUaLAve,.
Tel. 2-2401
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FOR SALE
Household

FOR SALI: S-piece mahogany
living rcom set, large mahogany
ward cbe cedar lined, other mil
cellancous. 3-6042.
FOR SALE: Living room, din dining
ing dining room, bedroom sets; new
water heater; Hove; refrigerator.
Can be seen at Apr. II, house
44, 46th Street.
FOR SALE; Mahogany bar with
china closet, upholstered chain;
also beautiful flower poti. Easy
payments. Telephone 2-2291 or
3,1024.
FOR SALE: Beautiful Kemble
English piano, good tone, prac practically
tically practically new. Upholstered living
room set: 3 chain, one sofa,
center table and 2 end tables.
9"xl2'' rug. Dining room set: 4
chairs, table, liquor cabinet and
sideboard, Modern bedroom set:
double bed, 2 night tablet at attached,
tached, attached, vanity with large mirror,
chiffonalre. chair.' 'Good price.
Phono 3-0505 Panama.
Paraiso Welfare
Workers inonsor
Prooram ToinicFhf
The Welfare Workers of Par-j
aiso will sponsor a program in- j
troducinR local talent at the pa pa-ralso
ralso pa-ralso gymnasium tonight at 7:30. i
Monthly: programs of similar!
nature will bp sponsored for the I
youths of Ea Boca, Gamboa and;
Rainbow City.
Father John Rutledge, of the;
St. Joseph's Catholic Church.l
Paraiso, will deliver the princl-i
pal address and a short talk giv-!
en by Karl Harris. ... ;
Musical selections will be ren rendered
dered rendered hv OIph Davis Jr. .Tpan
HOlness, Herbert .; Ford. Ernest
.ua rviu uiuwicm, ciuuuiiiiHMi.y i
item by Marie Davis and dance!
exhibitions by other groups. j
jcuis tawceu. cnairman or tne,
Welfare. Group, will be- master of
"iiiuuies., i
te f'ut. miH J?10,ve

iiusiica, o me u.o, ui-jn District. U; S Navv and staff
frvrmaf fin : Sm-v n a on tu 11 ho1 nt..i v vy,.ana MBit

, v
PanCanal Official r
Tells Of Weaiher
Woes In liew York
A first hand story of the weath-
er tribulations of New Yorkers of
; inc pum lew uap was reiaica uy
L. A. lerguson,. chief of the Pro Procurement
curement Procurement Department of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal Co,, on his arrival
here yesterday for a ten-day visit.
Business' In the metropolitan I
area has been nearly paralyzed by j
the blizzard and snow storms and
he was unable to get to his office
in downtown Manhattan this week.
Snow drifts had blocked all traf traffic
fic traffic in the area of his home with
the result that he made his plane
connections to the Isthmus only
rrom his home to the railroad sta station
tion station a half mile away, plowing
through snow drifts up to his knees.
Mr. Ferguson is here to confer
with officials of the Supply and
Employe Service Bureau and es especially
pecially especially Commissary officials on
procurement problems. He plans to
attend a meeting tomorrow of the
monthly conference, of Commissa Commissary
ry Commissary retail store managers. He will
meet during the coming week
with Storehouse Division officials;
Mr. Ferguson was visited the
Isthmus on previous occasions and
has many friends here.
Men Who Kidnaped,
Robbed Mrs; 6ray
Gel 20-Year Raps
TOPEKA. Kan., March 22 (UP)
I Two Texas hoodlums who ab ab-I
I ab-I ducted Mrs. Georgia Neese Gray,
I the first woman U.S. treasurer,
land robbed her bank were sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to 20 years in federal
prison today.
A woman accomplice in a sec-
ond but futile attempt to rob
I Mrs. Gray In her Richland, Kan.
' Vinvnfl Hrottr a fivA.vPai minimum
! term for robbery conspiracy.

Sentences were meted out to;-"Aciress Jane Mansfield s es es-'Louis
'Louis es-'Louis Dee Young, 25, of Dallas; tranged husband charged today
i James Arlington Debenham, 24,!that she "is not a fit and proper
J of Fort Worth, and Mrs. Franklei Person to have custody of their

; Evelyn Fletcher, 27, of Dallas, by
Judge Arthur J. Meiioti
The two men and Gene Ross,
23, of Dallas abducted Mrs. Gray
at gun point from her home and
forced her to open the Richland
State Bank vault and surrender
$2,101 on Jan. 2.
On Jan. 27 the two Texas nuri nuri-men
men nuri-men tried to rob Mrs. Gray's
home again, but mere routed
when her husband, Andrew
Gray, shot and killed Ross.
Policy said Mrs, Fletcher drove
tlie Eetawaycaf"bfT" the "Second
robbery attempt and loaned the
gunmen her car for the first
holdup.

FOR SALE
Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1950 Pontiac Cat Cat-alina
alina Cat-alina hardtop Sport Coupe, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Phone 3-1606.
House 5615-C Hodgei, Diablo.
B'.RGAIN: 1955 BUICK SPE SPECIAL
CIAL SPECIAL 4-dr. Riviera Sedan, wiw
tubeless tires, dynaflow, Sono Sono-matie
matie Sono-matie radio, windshield washer,
complete safety group, 8500
miles. Can be financed. $2495.
Fort Clayton 2171, after 4 p.m.
6143.
FOR SALE: '53 Pontiac Chief Chieftain
tain Chieftain Deluxe. Duty paid, radio,
heater, back-up lights, foam
rubber cushions, directional sig signals,
nals, signals, excellent condition, Origin Original
al Original owner. Phone Panama 3 3-0898.
0898. 3-0898. FOR SALE: 1951 Studcbaker
V-8 Commander 2-door, radio.
Phone Balboa 1713 early eve evenings
nings evenings FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet 4 4-door
door 4-door l d a n, good condition,
clean, excellent paint, $450.
543 5 -A, Diablo, after J p.m.
FOR SALE: l954Ford 2-door
edan, cadet blue. Call 6-739,
Gamboa.
FOR SALE: 1954 Taunus Ford
with radio, wtw tires. Attract Attractive
ive Attractive price. Phone 2 2298 3 3-1034.
1034. 3-1034. FOR SALE; Hot Rod, very fast,
racing type, perfect condition.
Sabmo, Rochet Street.
FOR SALI: 1950 Pontiac Cat Cat-Ima
Ima Cat-Ima hardtop sport coune, excel excellent
lent excellent condition. Phone Balboa 2 2-1606.
1606. 2-1606. FOR SALE. 1947 Chrysler 4 4-Vn
Vn 4-Vn 'Jl0' 9aci ""d'Hon,
83-6,59 CUfUnIU Ph0fle

Visiting Navy Chaplain Here

T AiJ I C
I U AilQ 111 rQSSOVQY OPfVirPC

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," :'-A:;r:"' -o:
runt ru... ..,
tJSN District Chaplain, 3iird Na v-1
. napiein, eastern Sea Front pr
ar-
mtiftiinri fs I 11.. j
ers 15th Naval District, for two
weeks. Chaplain, Goldberg, while
here, will assist in conducting the
Passover services during the Je Jewish
wish Jewish religious holidays.
An outstanding member of the
American rabbinate who for ma many
ny many years has taken a leading role
in Jewish affairs, he is the first
rabbi commissioned as a Naval
Chaplain in World War H. He is
the first Jewish Chaplain ever to
be appointed a$ District Chaplain
in the U. S. Navy (Aug. 5, 1949K
He came to the United States in
Nov. 1916, and shortly thereafter
volunteered in the Armv. anrl spi-v.
ed with the American Expcdition-
ary Forces in France. H Is erprilt.
ed with five major engagements
in World War I. For his service in
tvorra war iiy he received Cita Citation,
tion, Citation, with commendation ribbon,
from the Secretary of the Navv
Born in Bobrouisk, Russia, on 6
January 1896, he was educated in
Hebrew schools and gymnasium of
mar cuy. He continued his studies
at the Colleee of Herzeliah. TVl
Aviv, Palestine, 1913-1914; the U-
niversuy ot uciessa, Russia, 1916
and was graduated from the Je
wish Institute of Religion, New
York, N. Y., with the degrees of
Rabbi and M.H.L., 1926. The Heb
rew union college-Jewish Institute
of Kengion awarded him the D.D.
Degree in 1951.
Upon hit return to civilian life
after World War I, he taught
Hebrew, and in 1926 was graduat-
ed from the Jewish Institute of
Religion. From there he was
called to serve at Rabbi of the
Astoria Center of Israel,' where
he remained until 1942, when he
joined the nevel service. He
was elected Rabbi Emeritus, in
1950.

in' civilian me, Goldberg servedicd "Four Chaplains Award nr.

as Chaplain of the Department of
Hospitals of New York City; trus trustee
tee trustee of the Queensboro Public Lib Library;
rary; Library; member, Executiye Council,
Queens Council, Boy Scout? of A'
Jane Mansfield's
Husband Seeks
Custody Of Child
1 l0S ANGELES, March 22 (UP)
v-yedi-uiu uaugiutT,
r ..1.1 j i .
But in New York the blonde and
buxomy Broadway star said her
husband, Paul J. Mansfield,
"doesn't have a leg to stand on."
"Despite my stage career and
my busy schedule, my little girl
has always come first." she said.
Mansfield, 26, a public relations

agent for a railroad in Dallas, VIENNA, March 22 (UP) (UP)-Tex.,
Tex., (UP)-Tex., filed an answer to his wife'siSeven nersons. includinc Rn.

suit for divorce. He denied cruel cruelty
ty cruelty charges and asked for custody
of tneir daughter, Jayne Marie.
eu in several movies, is siairms
in a
cess
Broadway play, "Will
Spoil Rock Hunter."

iViiiLfcLLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031. ANCON. C Z.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC, Dr.
Leon C. Brathwaite. Office 2nd
Street Amador Guerrero 2006.
Telephone 3 12-A, Colon
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Beautiful violet
roses for Easter gifts and many
others. Phone 1464 Balboa
FOR SALE : Hallicrafterj SX-7 1
communication! receiver with
"Q" multiplier. Phono 5-500.
FOR SALE: Hone and saddle,
$40. Call Navy 3315 days.
FOR SALE: Genuine Astrakhan
fur coat, brand new. Value $600,
telling for $250. Phont 2-3078,
10 to 12 mornings.
EASTER BABY ORCHIDS, corT
sages, bouquets delivered any anywhere
where anywhere United States, Canal Zone,
Panama Phone Pan. 3 -0771,
Cristobal 1033.
FOR SALE: Complete deep
well assembly, including pipe
pump and jack $50; also small
gasoline engine "F.-iggs & Strat Strat-fon,"
fon," Strat-fon," in Arraijan I Vi miles from
check station on Pan-American
Hiwhy, name at driveway John Johnson.
son. Johnson. PERSONALS
GEORGE D. BARB. JR., H. E.
European spinal adjustment tech techniques.
niques. techniques. Coordinated manipulative
therapies. Release of nervous
stress and strain. Ortho-Kinesi-ology.
14-49 Avenida 13 Estu Estu-diante,
diante, Estu-diante, 28, 10 to 13 to 8.
Phone 2-2525. fly appointment.
.
.
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CHAPLAIN GOLDBERG
intnca; state uiaplain, American
Legion, Department of New York
He is a Vice President of t h e
Queens Colleee
Chaplain, of the Grand Lodge, Free
and Acceded Masons stai r
New York; national Chaplain, Je-
wisn war veterans of the United
States; National Chaplain, Reserve
Officers Association of the United!
States
He speaks six lanquages, and
is widely known as an -interna,
tionel traveler and lecturer, and
as an active participant in the
good will movement between Jews
ona non-jewt. On July 30, 1953,
Chaplain Goldberg was appoint,,
ed a member of the Committee"
on Moral and Spiritual Resourc Resources
es Resources of the United States Informa Information
tion Information Agency,
He recently received the covet-
sented hv B'nai Frith th.'--hE-h
Jewish Safemil BeSr!.' "ti,?-01
ucwiftii iidtuinai oraer. This a
ward is presented each year to an
outstanding Jewish, Protestant,
and Roman Catholic Chaplain in
hnnnr nf iha tn, ru.fi. I
"r w"
gave ineir lives in ine sinking of
ri. amnMie, uii.
tne USS DORCHESTER in oder
that sailors might have their life
jackets.-. ;'' ..-
1 Chaplain Goldberg is to be guest
speaker at evening services to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel
at the USO-JWB Armed Forces
Service Center Rabbi Nathan Wit Wit-kin
kin Wit-kin will officiate.
A cordial invitation is extend extended
ed extended to military personnel and their
families, and to the public of the
Canal Zone and the Republic of
f anama to attend the services
Seven Killed
e v
In Danube Floods
slan soldier, were killed in the
recent Danube River floods, the
Hungarian govern m e n t an-
saia mp nooas destroyed 3.5
ium. "u uuiuugiu aiiuvuvr u,
000.

FOR SALE
Ural Estate

FOR SALE: At Santa Clara,
chalet "El Pino," 7200 tquaro
meters, $5,500 cash. 4 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 3 baths, living room,
dining room, kitchen. House
completely furnished. Tiled floors.
Call Panama mornings 2-0027,
afternoons 3-4603.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT: Furnished room in
family homo near Hotel Et Pan Panama
ama Panama with independent entrance
and service, garage and tele telephone.
phone. telephone. To gentleman only. 52nd
Street No. 10, apartment 3.
But Davy Was Three
When He Col A B'ar
ABERDEEN,. Wash. (LP)
Step aside, Davy Crockett you've
got a rival in this bear-killing
business.
He is Bill Hulet, of Aberdeen,
who shot his first bear 45 years
ago when he was 12 years old.
Since that time, Hulet has shot
2,941 of the beasts. He has killed I
more bears than any other hunt-1
er in Washington and possibly inj
the whole Pacific Northwest.
Hulet made his latest killing re-j
cently when a Weyerhaeuser Tim-;
ber Co,, bulldozer awakened a hi-,
bernating bear and her cub while j
a crew was clearing an area near
here. The crew put in a rush call ;
for Hulet, and he arrived on the!
scene just as the female charged!
out of her den. j
Hulet's rifle cracked three times.)
and No. 2,941 was accounted for.
Hulet handles such chores fori
owners of three farms in this area.)
Marauding bears do extensive and
costly damage to timber.
Missing Stale Sent
To Boy, US 48-Size
I PROVIDENCE, R. I. (UP)
State officials recently shipped
Rhode Island off to a boy in Cali California
fornia California so the state could get back
on the man.
Seems Alan Zukerman of tan
Leandro, Calif., had a map of tne
United States made up as a plastic j
jig-saw puzzle. One day he noticed;
that Rhode Island was missing so
he wrote Gov. Dennis J. Roberts
asking for help.
Officials contacted the manufac manufacturer
turer manufacturer (Hassenfeld- Brothers) who
happened to be located in the state
and outlined the predicament. The
manufacturer said Rhode Island
frequently gets lost out of the sets
because it is so small. The miss missing
ing missing piece was mailed to the boy.
Mayors Trade lips
An Bunninn Cities
J
I r1 t pcottdp: MloK MTPV

Mayor Charles Waddel ,meett."' &"itL

PaSm?n S 1 fiS;
;pening here and tell Clark what is
hannenine in Parchment.
Five days a week, Waddell trav travels
els travels to Parchment to work in a
factory. En route he passes Clark
who operates a pharmacy here
"We eet toaether as often as
possible to exchange information,"
Waddell said. "I know a lot about
Parchment that escapes Frank,
he knWs' a i?
burg that I
don't have a chance
to
find out.
Italian Kin Settle
In Washington, D. C.
WASHINGTON (UP) Fam
in Boveglio, an Italian village,
I have more relatives here than at

home. Agar aaued that "this thing will
The mountain village numbersjgrow so fast, the average city will

250 persons. There are over 4uuinced room to land helicopters on

1 former villagers
or their de-
.P-nHanfe in Washineton.
. i. i r it,.
T ft Amhrnoi nrpsulpnt Of Ine
Washington-Boveglio Club, said,
"Boveglio now boasts of around
1,000 relatives in the United
States." V'..;;: :
Oldsters' Belief
In Own Longevity
Pays Off At 56
MANCHESTER, Conn, (UP) (UP)-Fred
Fred (UP)-Fred A. Verplanck collected $4, $4,-337
337 $4,-337 on a 16,000-to-one shot that be
wouldn't live to be 96.
Verplanck outlived the mortali
ty table on which his 20-paymenl
5A5UU ine msurahce policy was
based when he took it out in 1901
The policy became paid up in
1921. If he died before he was SW
the money went to his estate; if
he lived, he collected it himself,
witn accumu ated nterest and
ectert nvpr th fh. nii,.
- !in:ueu 1I1ITI J4,aj on fllS
'birthday,

FOR RENT
Apartments

ATTENTION G. I.I Just built
modern furnished apertments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT J In chalet, private
apartment completely furnished.
Kitchen utensils and linen, one
bedroom, living room, perch,
dining room, garage, garden, hot
water, G.I. Inspected. 9th Street
No. 47, San Francisco, near bus
stop.' ;
FOR RENT: I -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, good location. 32nd Street
No. 4-08, corner Ave. Juste Ar Ar-osemena.
osemena. Ar-osemena. Phone 3-1179.
FOR RENT: Modern two-bedroom
apartment in Bella Vista,
51st Street No. 42. Call Zubie Zubie-!.
!. Zubie-!. Phone 3-3337.
FOR RENT; Small apartment,
furnished. Tivoli Ave., Muller
Apartments. Preferable Ameri American
can American family. Call Panama phone
2-3035 after 6:30 p.m.
FOR RENTf Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dining room, two
bedrooms, refrigerator, stove.
Two married couples. 43rd Street
No. 64, upstairs.
FOR RENT: Small comfortable
apartment, furnished. Phone 2 2-0710
0710 2-0710 and 3-1177.
FOR RENT: One-room furnish furnished
ed furnished apartment. Near all bus stops.
Beautiful location. 43 rd Street
No. 13.
FOR RENT: Very nice apart apartment
ment apartment in new building, hot wa water,
ter, water, bedroom, sitting-dining
room, all large rooms, very large
kitchen, balcony, well ventilated.
Well furnished $110; unfurnish unfurnished
ed unfurnished $80. Avenida Nacional and
S Street, in front Firestone A A-gency.
gency. A-gency. Call Mr, Mire, Phone 2 2-3436,
3436, 2-3436, Panama
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms, living room,
dining room, perch, kitchen,
Beautiful view, centrally located.
Cool, quiet. Phone 3-0276, 3 3-0811
0811 3-0811 after 1 p.m.
Cities Told To Gel
Sel For Copier Age
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SAN FRANCISCO (UP) Most
cities may not realize it, but if they
dnn't start maHn nion.
they're going to be left Out in the
cold when the helicopter age ar arrives,
rives, arrives, according to Carl Agar, new
president of the Helicopter Assn.
of America. . ..
Agar said he expects the whlrly whlrly-bird
bird whlrly-bird industry to be ready for
regularly scheduled commercial
flights from airports to downtown
areas throughout the country with
in tne next five yearss
"And it's imperative that city
officials start making their plans
immediately for the heliports
they're going to need to handle
this traffic," he said.
"By i960 we should have the
necessary twin-engine, multi-pas-f
senger copters perfected to the
point that they can be used com-
landin and take"
Agar, vice president of Okana Okana-gan
gan Okana-gan Helicopters, Ltd., at Van Vancouver,
couver, Vancouver, B.C., said cities, "and
small towns too," should begin
laying plans for their heliports by
thinking about financing and allo allocation
cation allocation of space.
"Otherwise they're going to
wake up some day and find the
fefe
before they have
the facilities
available," he said.
Agar said it is "only a matter
of time"; when most cities will
have, "at the very least," heli helicopter
copter helicopter running passengers from
airports to downtown and suburban
terminals. ; -.
- "This already is beins done In
, Los Angeles. Chicago and New
j York," he said. "Eventually it will
be commonplace.'' .
strategic public buildings, too.
Every hospital, for example,
should start making plant for a
heliport."
Dental (curse Costs
About 12,C:0 D:lkrs
CHICAGO (UP) Four years
of dental schooling costs nearly
$12,000, the Journal of the Ameri American
can American Dental Association say.
The Association'! Council on
Dental Education and the V. H.
Public Health Service surveyed
9,521 students and found that tul-
tion and similar expenses amount'1
ed to an average of $4,4!5. Utf-j
Ing costs were about $7,343,
The Journal said It costs about
three times as much ech year to
educate a drntal student as It did
20 years ago, But it said Diet If:
allowance Is made for the decline
in purchasing value tA the dollar,
today'- knut vtiA tbkt tiul hlh

)licyer factors, slndenl expcriws ronii't ronii't-9Gih'ly
9Gih'ly ronii't-9Gih'ly sp(roiimat lhit.t of 20 yfr
ago, i

FOR RENT
Houses

FOR RENT: Chalet tmfurnish.
ed: 2 bedrooms, ettice, servant's
room, and all modern facilities.
Near La Salle College, El Can Can-grejo.
grejo. Can-grejo. Call 3-1382 between $
p.m. and 7 p.m.
FOR RENT: Chalet: two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, bath, perch, living room,
dining room, kitchen, maid's
room and bath. Aquiline de la
Guardia No. 24. Phone 2-1871
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
two bedrooms, refrigerator, i i-raga,
raga, i-raga, garden. 1 8th Street Ne. 8,
San Francisco.
FOR RENT: Small residence,
comfortably furnished. Far six
months er mere te married cou couple
ple couple without children. 1st Street,
El Carmen, facing House Ne. 94.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Cabin cruiser 17'
long, 5, wide, 3' depth; Ne. 1
condition, newly painted $300.
Trailer special built to handle
boats $50. Can be seen at 2003 2003-C,
C, 2003-C, 1st Street, Curundu. Phone
83-6226 after 4:30 a.m. P. O.
Broome.
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JUAN SANTIAGO, civilian employe of the AlbroOk AFB Trans Transportation
portation Transportation Office is shown belnsr presented the Meritorious Serv Service
ice Service Award by Base Commander, Col. John W. Oberdorf, in a
ceremony on the Base Operations ramp.
' The citation signed by Mat. Gen. Reuben C. Hood Jr., Com-.
mander, Caribbean Air Command stated: -
"Aug. 9, 1955, Juan Santiago demonstrated unusual courage
and competence in an emergency while performing assigned
duties: While loading an aircraft engine on cargo aircraft, the
tackle rope broke, causing -the engine to move rapidly toward
the rear of the aircraft. Without consideration for his own
safety, Santiago plunged his hands into the spinning tackle
and seized the broken rope, thereby checking the movement
of the engine and preventing; serious injury to two persons and.
damage to the aircraft. In so doing, Santiago sustained injury
to his left hand."
Following the reading of the citation by the Base Adjutant,
Capt. Dallas L. Nash, Santiago received both the citation cer certificate
tificate certificate and the Meritorious Service lapel emblem.

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Shrapnel's furnished houses ea
eeoch et Sent Clare. Ttleehtne
Thompson. Salbee 1772.
MAKE PANAMONTE INN,
: IOQUETE
your headquarters for hunting
and fishing in the Chiriqui high high-lends.
lends. high-lends. Jungle jaunts, picnics and
excursions. Wire reservations.
FOSTER S COTTAGES. One mite
past Casino. Lew rotes. Phone
Belbee 1866.
PHILJ.IPS Oceenside CeHagea,
Sante Clare, Bee 43 J, Belbee. I
Phone Panome 3-1877. Cricte-
bo I 3-1(73.
Baldwin i furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
Help Wanted
WANTED: Maid te sleep in.
Laundry, cooking, housekeeping.
After 6 p.m. 6-566.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: Smooth
tires, suitable for reconstruction.
Reconstructed Nacional, Peru
Ave. ?. Phone 2-0406.
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"Restaurant again? That g-jrl would fix you a few mal
at home if you'd flatter her cooking like I did when I
courted your mother!"

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by Erskine Johnson

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HOLLYWOOD (NEAV Holly Hollywood's
wood's Hollywood's sale of hundreds of its
pnzei old movies to TV in the
last few weeks Is a new headache
for live network bosses. They're
nut admitting it, but they're- wor worried
ried worried about major studio movies
with top names out-drawing the
best of the live network shows,
The dale label oil Hollywood
films, rating polls show, doesn't
bother TV viewers. Star names are
the audience pullers. And it won't
be long before live shows will be
competing, with most of Holly
wood's star-packed movies.
Hold onto your seats, folks.
It could be live TV panic.

JACQ3T CM BRtDf 1 f
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service

Merle Obcron sails for London,
March 22, to play a newspaper
correspondent ifl a 26-chapter CBS
telefilm series based on the French
Foreign Legion. She'll be the host hostess
ess hostess on all of the shows and act
in four or five for what she calls
"a fabulous amount of money."
Merle just completed a Hollywood
movie, "Price of Fear," and will
be back for more.
Those ntsty words he fid tinned
in a tense moment on a live New
York TV show put Lloyd Bridges
on the front pages but not in
the TV doghouse. Since starring on
''Climax," Bridges is weighing of offers
fers offers for two series shows. The film
star about his choice of words that
shocked TV viewers from coast to
coast:
"I guess I got carried away, I
lost my head. I'm just surprised It
hasn't happened before en a live
shew."
Ironic sight in the area where

some of the nation's top electronic
experts live at the Air Force's
Holloman Air Development Center
in New Mexico, scene of the world
premiere of "On the Threshold of
Space":
A TV repair truck parked outside
one of the homes!
It happens in the best of fami fami--
- fami-- lies.
TV-gal-oM,000-faces note: Ta Ta-mar
mar Ta-mar Cooper, a luscious young mov-
ietown ingenue, apparently can
play anything. Her varied telefilm
roles in recen. weeks: The cigar cigar-smoking
smoking cigar-smoking Bonnie Parker on "Gang "Gang-busters,"
busters," "Gang-busters," an Indian in "Frontier,"
a lovelorn co-ed in "Halls of Ivy,"

Jackie Cooper s inept heiress secre- Some husbands and wives don't

tary in "Ihe People's Choice," and; get along well at the bridge table

A nuiui

Errol Flynn and wife Pat Wvmore

will star in four of the 2 telefilms
due for filming this spring in Eng England
land England as. "The Errol Flynn Theater."

ine star win nost ait ot them.

So the shortage of TV comics has

come to this!

Chimpanzees on NBC's "Come

dy Hour"!

Sid Kuller has been filming four

15-minuie spots with the chimps as
actors for inclusion on the show
beginning March 18. Some of the
titles: "High at Noon," "Pete Kel Kelly's
ly's Kelly's New Sound," and "Chimpion."

. Universal-International, one of
the few studios steering clear of

TV, will release the British come

dy, "Simon and Laura." It s a
blistering satice en Mr. and Mrs,

television teams.

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Knows Best.
The Wlfnet: Phil Wolfson's sug

ried competition for "Medic," A
series of telefilm: sponsored by the

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Seewald of South
St. Paul Uhn will hn U'olinmina

AinciiL-au vuiu-jjc 01 ouigeuns miu piayers mis wceK-cna to tne tourn tourn-featurng
featurng tourn-featurng only operations. Phil's1 ament in St. Paul.
title for the show: "Shower of A simple play thai' Mr. and Mrs.
Scars." j Seewald recently executed at a
, touniament won a fine score. Many
Not in the script: Jack Kelly, I experts missed it.
since starring on the Warner Bros.! Mr. Seewald opened the king
Presents show: y of diamonds and continued with
"Ne one thinks of me anymore the ace when her husband played
as Nancy Kelly's brother. But oc-lthe encouraging eight at the first
casionally I'm asked if I'm related i trick. Leo completd his echo by
tu Grace.' playing the three of diamonds at

Walter Winchell
(Continued from Pate 2)
Tennessee Williams, now co-starring
with Miss Bankhead in "The
War With Tallulah," is completing
another drama titled "The Seven
Descents of Myrtle" .'.'.Most avid
cinema-fan in town is Julie Harris,
the star. Witnessed 51 films in a
month. .Renato Rascel wrote the
music to the popular song, "Ar "Ar-rivedcrci
rivedcrci "Ar-rivedcrci Roma." You may have
enjoyed his acting in the Italian Italian-made
made Italian-made film, "The Overcoat." It had
a long run at the Little Carnegie
. .The scantily-clad Brigitte Bar Bar-dot
dot Bar-dot in the movie, "Doctor At
Sea," gets her applause in the
form of long sighs. A peekabeaut
. .John Wayne, who gives Indians
such a hard time in films, is ap apprehensive
prehensive apprehensive about Big Chief Col-

yumiss. At a party nonoring ma-

da, says Variety, Wayne cracicea:
"I haven't saved my money so
I won't tell any Hedda-LoueUa
stories."; v..-
Lu Ann Simms has started suit
against the Detroit Statler which
fired her act. Claims the unfair
nublicitv ruined bookings. .Rick

Ingersoll, MGM publicity man for

Susan Hay ward, weds beauutui
Carol Wood (an artist) In H'wood
on the 17th. The old NBC Sym Symphony
phony Symphony of the Air (without Toscan Toscan-ini)
ini) Toscan-ini) will be Mutual Nctwork'd for
an hour starting April 14th. .Lord
Henry Audley of Britain and Mon Monica
ica Monica McCall dated at the Monsign Monsign-ore,
ore, Monsign-ore, .Sally Kemp, daughter of
the late orchestra leader-recording
star Hal Kemp, becomes Mrs.
Thomas Rosqui this year. He's on
the stage. .Nina Foch reports
that a phony rumor distresses her
because it may affect roles on
tv and hows. She is not enceinte.

. .Lana's 12 year old heiress is

taller than Mommy.

A movie star at The Chardas

last night was telling o her nig
frioht the nicht before. She was

at a nartv which Dolice raided.

When one of them displayed his

shield, she sighed with reliei

"r.P! A fon! I thoueht you were

a magazine writer!" . .Latest
blooper was heard on the Comedy
Hour when the announcer signed

nff with: "Portions of Wis mm

were on this nrogram" -'.Bert
BrechtuEast JGermaDy's poet: for
the Communist. Line., will witness
his anti-Nazi play, "The Private
Life of the Master Race" (on the
21st) at The Open Stage, down downtown.
town. downtown. .He says his favorite play
critic is Walter F. Kerr. . .The
Duchess will call her book; "The
Heart Has Its Reasons" .Kim(
Hunter plays a roving mag photog photographer
rapher photographer in the "Bermuda Affair"
flicker. Inspired by Margaret
Bourke-White. .Anna Magnani,
Italy's movie queen, hasn't made
one there in 3 years.
Cosmopolitan's top eye-catcher
is Ava's color-photos. The loveliest
rainbows. .The new play, "Af "Affair
fair "Affair of Honor," has a sunny future
despite its cloudy notices in the hin hinterland.
terland. hinterland. It has been sold as a mov movie
ie movie for Gregory Peck. . The slap slapdash
dash slapdash quality of Bing's tv "High
Tor" was disappointing. So much
talent, so much coin, so little en entertainment.
tertainment. entertainment. .Nothing is perfect.
Her Grace'will dwell in a 200-room
castle, the plumbing of which is an antiquated.
tiquated. antiquated. .Sportscaster Bill Stern
was just ejected from the colyum
for reporting that he read a mur murder
der murder mystery (about-a brewery) and
knew, who did it all the time. The
Bottler! . .Hollywood's Debra
Paget has a controversial opinion:
"You can have fun and be a lady
at the same time." (Ha!) . .Jayne
Mansfield, top pufflicity-getter, is
paid with newsprint instead of nug nuggets,
gets, nuggets, Her salary in "Rock" is a
mere $350. She's the best thing
in it!
"Meet Me In Las Vegas" (at
the Astor) is crowded with talent.
Cyd Charisse proves she is a Star
. .Edith Adams Marilyn Mon Monroe
roe Monroe mimicry at the Persian Room
is La Adams at her best. Jed
Straeter's cres (at the P 1 a z a)
is better than ever. .Joseph
Kramrn, who wrote "The Shrike,"
and Lillian Barrett, who were quiet quietly
ly quietly wed this Winter, quietly explod exploded
ed exploded shortly after their hasty mer mer-ger.
ger. mer-ger. The divorce will be friendly
. .Errol Flynn, who told the
March issue of Theater Arts: "I
can imagine nothing so abhorrent
as going back to Hollywood," went
back for the film, "Istanmil"
Item: "Margaret Truman to have
ouiet wedding." Fine way to talk.

are among the bestl about Harry's planner playing. V
Among thee aresl We doubt that Margaret's fiance

is really a Foreign Correspondent.
We just saw a photo of him being
interviewed and he had his trench trench-coat
coat trench-coat off!

Russian Bosses May lake
10 Years to End Stalinism

Editors Note: What does the
future hold .for Moicew't : cur current
rent current anti-Stalin campaign? Unit United
ed United Press correspondent Herwy
Shapiro, dean of Moscow corr correspondents,
espondents, correspondents, gives an assessment
of this question In the following
dispatch, which was delayed It
hours by censors.

MOSCOW, March 22 (UP)

Leaders of the Soviet Union have

turned their peaceful but powerful
fourth revolution into a dogged

campaign to erase Stalinism, even
if it takes 10 years.

From all indications, it may take
every bit that long to carry out
the intensive educational plan to

remove the last vestiges of Stalin

ism from the memory of the peo

ple.
But Soviet leaders are determin determined
ed determined to see it through.
This is a purposeful, cautious

and skillfully-directed revolt from
the top to the bottom, and for the
present the leaders are content
for the campaign to move slowly.

R I VOLT AGAINST
DICTATORSHIP
The revolt Is not against Josef

Stalin personally. It is against the
phenomenon of his dictatorship
termed by Communist party chief
Nikita Khrushchev as the "cult of

personality."

one ot tne main messages in

a partner, out a lew spouse

combinations
in the came

Rosicrucians
To Observe Old
Hew Year Rife
The re-enactment of a ceremo

ny that began in ancient Egypt fl flyer
yer flyer 40 centuries ago will be the
hiehliaht of a local Rosicrucian

conclave to be held here on Sun
flaw at 1 n m

Aceorf ine to tee w. nauRnion,

master of the Rosicrucian Pronao,
here, the ancient Egyptian, from
the time of Memphis to the Ptole Ptolemaic
maic Ptolemaic period, began their New
Year on or about the time of the
vernal equinox when the sun on
its journey, crosses the celestial
equator and enters the zodiacal
sign of Aries, which always oc occurs
curs occurs on or about March 21.
This was considered the begin beginning
ning beginning of the New Year because
spring is symbolic of new life life-the
the life-the bursting forth of blossoms, and
the growth of living things.
The occasioa of the New Year
is celebrated by a symbolic feast
in which the participants partake
of simple foods corresponding to
certain basic elements of nature,
such as: salt, corn, and unferment unferment-ed
ed unferment-ed grape juice. ...
Maroh 21 is also the beginning
of the fiscal period of all Rosicru Rosicrucian
cian Rosicrucian lodges, chapters, and pronaoi
throughout the world; and the
date is marked by the Installation
of new ritualistic and administra administrative
tive administrative officers. , ,
New officers of the local Rosi Rosicrucian
crucian Rosicrucian organization to be install installed
ed installed are: Frank M. Best, master;
Henry Fergus, secretary; and Luis
Narvaez, guardian. ?
The ceremony and conclave Is
to be held at the Effort Lodge
Hall, No, 3037, Avenida JustoA JustoA-rosemcna
rosemcna JustoA-rosemcna and fourth street, Co Colon.
lon. Colon. Visiting members from the
surrounding cities are expected to
be in attendance.
Talk On Cancer
At Paraiso School
The Welfare Committee of the
Paraiso Civic Council will spon sponsor
sor sponsor a talk on cancer in women to tonight
night tonight at the Paraiso School by Col.
Nichol of the Gorgas Hospital
staff.
A film will be shown In conjunc conjunction
tion conjunction with the talk. No male or chil children
dren children will be allowed at this lec
ture.:"''-':""-:--"-'.-'--''''''-"'

This is TV, Mrs. Jones: Shooting led her last diamond.

count on his partner for the ace
of clubs when he needed only the
ten of hearts in Mrs. Seewalk's
haste to defeat the contract. He
merely led his last diamond.
Declarer had to ruff with the
jack of heart to shut out an over over-ruff
ruff over-ruff by West. And now there was

the secona trick, so Mrs. Seewald 21 PiAT'"8

two telefilms -at a time gave Louis

Hayward an idea. He's planning to
film two movies simultaneously in
Jamaica. Two full-length features
starring himself as The Lone Wolf,
the character ne created for TV.
Edmund Purdom's film emoting
in "The Intruder' cost him a $10,-

000 TV check. He had to nix the

Leo took the third trick with the

queen of diamonds and looked
around for one more trick to defeat
the contract. Many experts led a
club at this moment, hoping that
West had a high enough club to
Win a trick. At these tables declar

er gbt to dummy twice for trump

a trick with the king of hearts.

CAR GIFT
ADRIAN, Mich. (UP) Carl
Shaw of Mosherville hired James
Eckert, a former diver for both
the Army and Navy, to raist his
car from nearby Devils Lake after
it plunaed throuah thir ice. He

ifinesses. easilv winning the rest

vidco'Tcrstonr orrncsnrartd nco- of the' tricks. igave"the "salvaged "ear KTEctccrt

paira oecause ot the movie , ,i Leo ieewald saw m. reason toto pay for the tedious job

Khrushchev's speech to the closed
session of the ?0th Communist
party congress here last month
was a condemanation of tyranical

one-man rule and its attendant e
vils.
Khrushchev cited Stalin's mis

deeds to illustrate the dangers of

autocracy, although he dwelled at
length on Stalin's extraordinary
merits as a revolutionary leader.
Apparently this left no d o u b t
that Stalin will have a place in
history as one of the major archi architects
tects architects of the Soviet regime, al although
though although today's leaders are deter determined
mined determined that Stalinism will not be
repeated.
: CAMPAIGN NOT NiW

The detailed revelation of Sta

lin's misdeeds is new, but the So Soviet
viet Soviet campaign against the person personality
ality personality cult is three years old. It
was launched immediately after
Stalin's death in 1953.

Georgi Malenkov'a first post-Sta

lin government began the trans transformation,
formation, transformation, which included a plan
to re-examine records of the purg

es of the mid-1930 s.

Many victims were released or

rehabilitated.

It is understood that by the end

of 1954 most political prisoners

had been freed and given top prio priority
rity priority in housing, pension and health

facilities.

The average Soviet citizen has

begun to enjoy a feeling of free

dom from fear.

Never in 20 years of residence
in Russia has this correspondent

heard so much open and uninhibit

ed talk as now goes on wherever

two or more Soviet citizens gath

er.
Citizens are in fact now encour encouraged
aged encouraged to talk and criticize.
Tens of thousands of rank -and-file
agitators roam the country to
explain the new regime.
Top leaders themselves visit
shops and factories to outline the
party congress decisions to the

workers.

Bureau Chief Says
Weekend Wealher
'Threw Us A Curve'
WASHINGTON. March 22 ifP

The weekend storm that dumped

neavy snow on the eastern sea seaboard
board seaboard was described by a weath weather
er weather bureau official tnrlav i "ral

fooler that threw us a curve."

The official, who requested his
name be withheld, said "Nobody

but God Almighty could have
known beforehand how bad it

would be."
The official wa ininorl hv fir.!.

bert M. Little, assistant chief of

tne u. s. Weather Bureau, in say say-ing
ing say-ing weather torecasters did "not
too bad" a job in a very tricky
situation.

Little denied a renort mmtinff

him as saying an investigation will

oe made of the New York weather
bureau. It has received some cri criticism
ticism criticism for failing to give adequate

warnins or rn sppnnn honvv mnm.

fall that blanketed the city with

snow.
Little told the United Press he

actually said the bureau would
"make a scientific study of the
storm as we do with all stroms
and will publish the findings as u u-sual
sual u-sual in the monthly weather re review
view review when they are available in
aoout three months.
One official said advisories by
some local weather bureaus may
not have been too good, But this
official said it is a tough job pre predicting
dicting predicting events 8 to 10 hours in ad advance
vance advance when conditions change
hourly.

RP Churches Urged
To Join Powell's
'Day Of Prayer'
The Panama Negro Improve Improvement
ment Improvement Association today issued a
call to all local churches to join
the U.S. "Day Of Prayer'' pro-

Dosed hv TI.S fifn. Adam riav.!

ton Powell (D-NY for March 28

on behalf of the rights of Ne-i

groes in. we- v s.
Th association, led hv Keiloiro.

A 11 W I .1 i

statements made bv 50 Lone Is-

land Baptist pastors, who the
said "misconstrued" the purpose
of the movement of Powell, who
Is' also pastor of the Abyssinian
Baptist church.

Studied By College
COLUMBUS, O. (UP) Ohio
State Universit. astronomers are
studying "radio signals" from the
planet Jupiter in quest of data on
the- height and nature of its at-

mospnere. : ;
Dr. John D. Krause, director ci
OSU's radio observitorv. xairf th

signals from Jupiter, the only plan-

in our solar system sending
them out, presumably are pro produced
duced produced bv lizhtninff or elertrical

discharges high in Jupiter's at atmosphere.
mosphere. atmosphere. i Some of the signals he said are
sharp and crackling, and some
have a low-pitched rumbling
sound.

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DOWAGIAC, Mich. (UP)

When junk dealer Irvin G. Lando'i
truck caught fire, he didn't bother
to turn in an alarm. He drove it

to the fire-station where firemen i
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here with a mammoth parade in Frankfurt,' Germany. One of the floats features a

c wn" a Sifin asKins Cltv autnorities to build an indoor swimming pool.

THOSE LITTLE WHITE "PILLS"-William Schilling (left)", Vineland, N."j.'p glass artisan"
shows Congressman T. Millet Hand of New Jersey a hand-blown glass figure of golfer
"mounted" on arr Tspotheearyjarrvrhich will be grrar to President Eisenhtrwerr Jar con con-tains
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A STEP UPWARD French starlet Brigitte Bardot goes

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THCHSDAT. MARCH V. V

HT PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAIXT NF.WSFAFEIt
Social and Oti
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the Dux mimtwri likttd daily In "So "Social
cial "Social and Uiturcw ti. r delivered
fey hand Is the ellica. Notices ml
meetings cannot b ccepltd by lei,
phone.

Tewer Club Members Enjoy Talk port and for his design of the sta sta-By
By sta-By Mr. Harry S. Cesttr tue honoring Marcos A. Gelabert.

Tower Club members fortunate1 which was dedicated at Airport.
enough to be able to attend last The USO-JWB Gallery, located
Monday' meeting enjoyed an ex-jat the USO-JWB Armed Forces!
ceedingly enlightening exposition : Service Center, is open from'
of the manv diverse and imDor-.9:00 a.m. to 10:00 o.m. dailv.

tant activities Of the US1S in Pa! An invitation is extended to aU Curuodw Civic Council
nama. After his discussion. Mr. -to attend the exhibit. ;, To Meet
Harry S. Casler, Public Affairs Of-I -' I The Curundu Civic Council will
ficer of the American Embassy; Balboa YMCA Presents hold an open meeting in the Cu-
here, answered a volley of ques-l Reliojous Motion Picturo ;rundu Theater! March 27 at 6:15
tions and distributed explantory i The Balboa YMCA-USO present- p.m.
literature. To members interested led another in its series of religious M altera to be discussed and act act-in
in act-in enlarging, their knowledge of ; motion-pictures on Thursday eve- ed upon will be of vital interest
this branch of their government, ning. : to community residents, who will

if- .1 ij : :.. i i

-ui. easier c.icnueu an invitation
to visit the new building of the U U-nited
nited U-nited States Information Service
located on Central Avenue to the
rear of the Lux Theater.

Open

Jtanino Exhibition Still
At USO-JWB

Currently on display at the
USO-JWB Gallery is an exhibition
by Juan Jeanine of Panama. The

exhibit, which has been arranged;

be afforded the nnnnrhinifv nf nrs.

The picture on the 'Life of St. senting their opinions and corn corn-Paul
Paul corn-Paul series which was previous-; ments during the meeting. '
ly not obtainable was shown. Thei All residents of Curundu a n d
title being The Trial at Jerusa- Curundu Heiehts are .m eed in at.

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"If it had not bee a for some
one donating blood, my five chil children
dren children would be without a moth mother.''
er.'' mother.'' So wrote a severely burned
woman whose life was taved by
blood. It costs money to collect
the thousands of pints of blood
the Red Cross annually distri distributes
butes distributes to nospitals served by its
blood program. Contribute gen generously
erously generously to the Red Cross to keep
the blood stream flowing, keep
the technicians and nurses who
take blood, and the donors who
give it on the job!

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lem." In addition another picture

Uidden treasure was present presented.:'
ed.:' presented.:' Vv-"'V"
"Optn House" ;
For Eugene C. Lombards

air, and Mrs. Henry L. Donovan

tend and take an active part

tms meeting.

in

Mount Olympus Lodgo
The officers and members of

Mount Olympus Lodge No. 559, IB

in rnnnoraHnn ttith tho Tana 7ni are giving an Open hOUS6 tO- ,u- .1 i... w...:A.

ffirrt "ffi'- remam U" lvXth?! 7:30 P"1-

The? artist, who interprets ex-;bard. ::-r-.
pressionism and impressionism in

his use of strong colors; nas re received
ceived received many awards for his
works. He studied in both Pana

ma and Buenos Aires.
Mr. Jeanine is well known for
the creation of the floor design in
the main building at Tocumen Air-

mtrtcan

SPICE-NUT SPONGE CAKE
IS A PASSOVER FAVORITE
By CAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor

Panama tine
Sailing

The Panama Liner Cristobal
was scheduled to sail from New
York today with- 39 passengers
tor Cristobal and 3tt passengers
tor Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
The complete advance passen passenger
ger passenger list for Cristobal follows:
Justo Arosemena: Mr. and Mrs.

L. E. Bowman: Mr. and Mrs

Hunter College of the City of; K,? V 1 d
New York recently held a sym- yv d Arthur Con Con-posium.
posium. Con-posium. on "Jewish Life as Re-tinnH Llt?0'
fleeted In Jewish Foods." Food 2 children; Miss Ma-
editors and home economists werej" a iTlaJi:.M,r' nd ,rs ,rs-the
the ,rs-the special quests. Among the ?,fyAf. Leder, Jr : Donald M.
speakers were Dr. Sidney B. Hoe- i e' Mr; and Mrs- Gibson; and
nig," professor of Jewish history at!Mr' and Mrs- Lawrence F. Ma Ma-Ycshiva
Ycshiva Ma-Ycshiva University and Miss Edith :aoy,
Stoffer, director of home econom-Li,Iowai'd Nagtslsmlth; Harry
ics of The B. Manischewitr Co.. 'dlei?; Luis E- de la Ossa; Don-

am c. remoerion; Mr, and Mrs.

Margarita Laymen's Fellowship
The Laymen's Fellowship of the
Margarita Union Church will meet
Monday in the Sunday School as assembly
sembly assembly room.
The guest speaker for the eve evening
ning evening will be Fritz Humphreys, who
recently returned rom aroimd-the-world
cruise. He will exhibit
slides along with a commentary of
the countries he visited. Dinner
will be served at 6:30 p.m.

Edward A. Pettis; Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Raimon; Thomas A.

KOCKett; KODert K. Sentz: Jeth

co-sponsors of the session.

"To analyze the nature and ori origins
gins origins of Jewish cookery one must
trace them through practically
every nation, from the Mediter Mediterranean
ranean Mediterranean to the Baltic," Miss Stoffer
said., ""The involuntarily miaratorv

Jews, adopting 'the. most suitable

dishes from each country into I p
which they have wandered through I rtnUHCIftn rftHnH PI
the years, have drawn an internal "IJIUJIUII I UUHUCI

tional sampling of dishes, which is i
now termed 'Jewish Cookery'."

"There is one other dominant
force influencing Jewish cookery.
That is Jewish dietary law, or
Kashruth," she added.
Mrs. Stoffer gave us this recipe
for Passover.

Balboa High School
To Produce
FinianY Rainbow
Balboa Hiph School's produc
tion of the famous musical play
Finian's Rainbow is about to go
into its fourth week of rehears rehearsals.
als. rehearsals. Production date will be April
17. Finian's Rainbow was chosen
by the drama and music depart departments
ments departments for the year's point pro production
duction production because of its delightful
mixture of Irish whimsey. social
satire, pentfe fantasy, romance
and lyrical music. Originally a
major hit of the 1947 season on
Broadway, Finian's Rainbow has
elements which will appeal to
all, vouh or old. It is. in short.

ro J. Small: Mr. and Mrs: Ahei play. wWcfi' affords joy -to all

opening; Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Weber; and Mr. and Mrs. Har Harold
old Harold Wiseman.

OOPS Somebody seems to have been in a hurry to close the
doors. But actually, that's the -ray these "nose-dock" hangars at
Otis Air Force Base, Massachusetts, work. The planes, giant
RC-12TS. are driven nose first into the hangars, which cost about
$2,159,000, and then large steel doors close around tbeir fuselages.
That way, engines are kept warm, and hangar space is cut to a
minimum. This cuts hangar construction costs, also.

Ford Co. Names New Director
For Latin America

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Sei TrealfflenI Abiise

concerned.

In the local' production to be
nreseiited'at the Balboa Theater,
the role of Finlan, the jolly old
Irish follower-after-dreams is
nlayed bv phris Hearon; Hi Independent-
daughter who finds
both trouble and romance In the
state o 'Mlssitncky is Dlayed ey

onarun ijfm. woony, tne soutn

Spice-Nut Sponge Cake
One box kosher sponge cake
mix, Vi cup kosher Concord grape
'wine, 2 teaspoons cinnamon, Vi
teaspoon ginger, 6 eggs, Va- cup
coarsely chopped walnuts.
Separate the eggs. Allow to
reach room temperature. Beat egg
yolks and wine together until pale
and fluffy (2 minutes at high speed
on an electric mixer). Mix the
spices with the sponge cake mix
until smooth (4 to 5 minutes at
medium speed on an electric mix mixer
er mixer ). Beat egg : whites until stiff

enough to form a firm peak. Fold

COLUMBUS, Ohio (UP) iern country boy who aspires to
Dr. J. Mitchell Dunn, who ad- ? 'New York to lparn folk,
ministered the first blood trans-! sinsing;, is portrayed by Larry
fusion in Columbus in 1917, had a Sieffei: Jon Ebbs, .known nmohir
difficult time proving the value of! "ls fellow students, .as a natural
transfusions to contemporaries! S0U1-ce" of comedy. Is admirably
then, but argues a different tacktsuited to the role of that last
now. (ditch defepder of the Glorious
"Blood transfusions are beingjOld South, Senator Billboard
used in too many surgical cases Rawkins. Injecting some of his
today," he said. "It ought to be own fuckishness into his Inter Inter-saved
saved Inter-saved for necessary cases." Dretation, Jimmy ., Doran por-
Dr. Dunn said he will "never I trays R the Irish leprechaun,
forget" that first patient, Charles l wno Eradualjy assuming hu hu-Kepler,
Kepler, hu-Kepler, a coal miner.. man .form and therefore falling
"There had been a bad minc'Prey to human distractions. Oth Oth-accident."
accident." Oth-accident." be recalled. Ha haH in er principal roles are nlaved bv

a lot of blood. I had bought equip-l0"! McGriff David Brown, and

ineni ior transiusions, a Kimpton-JulCi
Brown tube, a class tnhp-likoi

contraption lined with paraffin sol Upwards of 75 'talented lilath

blood wouldn't stick. - j school students will recall for

An intern voluntpprprf tn riv i tne Isthmian audience such

beaten whites and chopped nuts his blood. We drew blood from the! tuneful -songs as "How Are

carefully mu the batter until no intern and pumped it directly into I Things in Glocca Morra." "Old

unmixed whites are visible. Pout". the vein of the miner. We had no'Dev11 Moon," "If This Isn't

into ungreased 9-mch tube pan and blood banks then." iLove." and "Look to the Rain

bake in a moderate oven (340 de It was successful, and Dr. Dunn D0W-1' 'An interesting feature of
grees F.) one hour and ten min-'read a paper to a medical society ithi' Production, one which will
utes. Remove from oven and; "They tore me apart . said iProvlde many of the show's
invert pan until cake is cool. Loos-1 patients could get well without highest points, is the new dane dane-en
en dane-en sides with a straight knife and: transfusions," he said. in chorus under the direction

remove from pan. "Then transfusions became aort t01 Mrs. Jean Berest. Musical di-
rection is by V. A. Herr and stair-

Honey Frostinj jtients wanted transfusions. I don't iln D- E- Musselman. Tickets

'want to hurt any drives for blood.lj1 ?n saic ai cre jewisn wei wei-One
One wei-One egg white, Vt cup kosher Lots of people are living today who I rakre .Board ar)ri, at the Balboa

noney. t wouldn't be alive without the blood n"--' "ox umce
Heat honey over moderate heat I transfusions they had. J
until boiling. Beat egg white until I "But there is abuse, and blood

stiff. Slowly pour m the hot honey, should be, saved for necessary
beating continuously i until fluffy cases and not be used in trivial
and firm enough to hold its shape. 'operations."

Newly appointed as regional di-
rector for Latin America and the!
Orient of the International Di Division
vision Division of the Ford Motor Com Company,
pany, Company, J. S. Andrews will be iu'
; Panama within a month, j
' The retirement of Thomas G.i
Eybye, regional director for Lat- j
in America and the Orient, Ford
International Division, Ford Mo-j
tor Co. effective March 1, 1956
has been announced. He will be
succeeded by J. S. Andrews, as-1
sistant regional director, who!
will visit Panami at the end of
April.
Eybye, a native of Snejbjerg,)
Denmark, joined Ford Motor!

company late m ivn as assist assistant
ant assistant to the executive vice presi president
dent president and later transferred to the
staff of Ford International Divi Division.
sion. Division. v During his lonr business
career,. Eybye held many execu executive
tive executive positions overseas in the au automotive
tomotive automotive industry.
In view of his vast experience
in the international field,- ar arrangements
rangements arrangements have been made for
him to be available to the Ford
International Division for .; spe-

Mr, Thomas G. Eybye,' whose re retirement
tirement retirement as Regional Director
for Latin America and the
Orient has been announced by
Ford International Division of
the Ford Motor Company.
cial assignments and as a con consultant
sultant consultant through July 1956.
Andrews, a native of San Die Diego,
go, Diego, Cal, also held many import important
ant important posts overseas in the auto automotive
motive automotive Industry before joining
the International Division for
the Ford Motor Company early
in 1950 as assistant regional di director
rector director for Latin America and the
Orient. In June 1954 he was
given responsibility for facilities
and operations planning to plan
major facilities rearrangements
and expansion for Ford assem assembly
bly assembly plants in Europe.
On completion of this assign assignment,
ment, assignment, Andrews returned to his
former position as assistant re regional
gional regional director for Latin Amer America
ica America and the Orient in September
1955, which post he retained un

til his assignment on March 1, as
regional director for Latin A"-

merica and the Orient.
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Yankee Outfielder Gets Off
To Best Spring Start Ever
By JOESARGIS
NEW YORK, March 22 (UP) From the way
Mickey Mantle is hitting the ball out of sight this
spring, 1936 may be the year he finally becomes the
"new Joe DiMaggio." 1

' The New York Yankees have
been waiting for the commerce,
.'' okla, outfielder to bloom since
1951, but each season he has
-missed top greatness. Mickey
never has batted higher than
.311 in any of his previous five
major league seasons, although
, .he reached his peak year in
... home run production in 1955

. banging out a league-leading ji

He reported to training campjth Milwaukee Braves to picK up

thio spnsnn determined to eetia
off to a good start. Thus far,
Mantle hasn't disappointed. In i
fact, he is batting a robust .483

including five home runs, mostnust as easy, downing the Fhiia-

i nf t.hom Rnt.hian hlasts,

There was no doubt about a
triple and a home run Mantle
hit in yesterday's 9-5 victory
over the Kansas City Athletes.
The triple, a mfghty shot,
dropped just In front of the
jgn-fint clirn in rvht. renter.
and the homer traveled an easy

1 475-ieet over ine ience anu
V1 landed alongside a palm tree.
I The best part of Mantle's
spring showing has been the lack
J of strikeouts. In 31 trips to the
plate, he hasn't been fanned yet.
One of the biggest gripes man man-!
! man-! ager Casey Stengel has had m
"the past was the numbr of times
Mickey has gone down swinging

rchasing bad pitches.

Bobby Avlla and Mike Garcia.'by Larry Doby to down the Bos-

ti couple of guys
Cleveland is
vanlrln rn fnr nnmehacKS in

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Z 1956, led the Indians to an 11-4
victory "over the Baltimore Orio Orio-.
. Orio-. les. Avila, the American League's
batting champion in 1954 with a
"341 mark, smacked a pair of
J3 triples and drove in four runs.
Bobbv slipped to .272 in 1955.

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HE BETTER BE RIGHT Cincinnati Redlegs' trainer signals
that Ted Kluszewski's back injury is coming along fine during
treatment at Tampa, Fla., clubhouse.

City Bowling Tourney Results

FINALS DOUBLES EVENT

7 Scratch Handicap Total
1. Hogah & Hoppe. ..... 1135 150 1285
2. Bus & Reynolds. ...... 1023 L- 1261
3. Schimer & Burbis. . , 1121 is 255
4. McElRoy & Ellenberger. , 1100 130
5. Klumpp & Helton. . . 1020 198 Uift
6. Almeda & McGarvey. . . 1129 84 1213
7. Pahl & Amato. .... . 1031 178 1212

LEADING IN ALL
Team
1. Balcer. ..... 595
2. Almeda. ... 554
3. Hogan 580
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m down... usual

8s Year

Ga.fia, one of the Indians'
ia.
big three in past years, hurled
four creditable Innings, giving
up two runs and "five hits, his
best showing of the spring thus
far. Last year, M'ke had a 13 13-11
11 13-11 record after four banner
years In which he won 79
tames.
The St. Louis Cardinals took
advantage of loose playing ty
9-2 victorV. The Red tfiras
banged out 14 hits aeainst Chet
Nichols and Dave Jolley.
The Cincinnati Redlees had It
delnhia Phillies. 5-3. Jack Mever,
the Phils ace reliever, walked
three men in the first inning
and two of them came home to
score: In the fifth inning, the
Reds picked up two more runs
as Marino Pleretti walked five
more.
Kandv Jackson's bases-loaded
single in the 10th inning
off Duke Maas earned the
Brooklyn Dodgers a 3-2 victory
over the Detroit Tigers; Ver Vernon
non Vernon Law and Ronnie Klflne col col-,
, col-, laborated on a four-hitter to
K!ve the Pittsburgh Pirates a
6-3 win over the Washington
Senators.
The Chicago White Sox blast
ed out 12 hits including a homer
ton Red Sox, 6-0, and the Giants
outlasted the Chicago Cubs in a
slugfest. 11-10, as each side
came uo with three home runs.
The Orioles announced the
first cut of the spring season,
sending rookie inflelder Brooks
Robinson to their Texas League
farm club at San Antonio.
EVENTS (Scratch)
oublas' Scratch Uandicap'Tolal
597 1192 10 ....
628 1182 40 ....
595 1175 62
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J,k around Florida camps is ot rookies, but Stan Musial of
Hob'rU th" Phillies' riKht"handed 8un"
at Clearwater

THE

Mickey
12L
READY, BUT Gerry Lynch,
Pittsburgh catcher, watches his
mates work at Fort Myers.
Gerry has been sidelined from
the outset with ripped muscles,
suffered when he picked up a
suitcase on way to camp.
General Paint
Tourney Moves
Into Semifinals
Paul Moran plays Rey Valdes
and Anibal Galindo hits the falr falr-aainst
aainst falr-aainst Col. Schull in the
semi-finals of the General Paint
rnmnanv snonsored golf tourna
ment currently being played at
the Panama Golf Club,
m t.he second flight of the
event, George Boyd matches
strokes with George Sibauste
while Dr. Frank Raymond plays
Bob Boyd. .
The ladles nignt nas reacneu
the finals where Wllma Banks
meets Kay Purdy.
Moran advanced to tne semi semifinals
finals semifinals of the first flight with a
surprisingly easy 6 and 5 victoty
over Maurice Muller, the first
flight medalist and one of the
pre-tournament favorites to cop
one of the beautiful sterling sil
ver prizes donated by me ueu-
Valdes upset Jimmy de la
Guardia and Anibal Galindo had
to go 35 holes before putting Jim
Des Londes Sr. on the sidelines,
and 1 Col. Schull tooK lull aa
vantage of the two strokes Don
Mavor gave him and won 4 and
Valdes gives Moran two
strokes in their seml-nnai go
this week while Galindo gives
the Acting Governor oi Tne Man Manama
ama Manama Canal six big strokes In the
lower half of the flight.
George Boyd continued nis
winning ways by, eliminating
rtpn pmi Mnrse s ana 4. SIDausie
defeated Bart Elich 4 and 3 and
rir: Ravmond defeated Dr. MaS'
sot in a battle of the medicos
one-up. Boyd defeated Joe Mul-
larkey, also one-up.
Mrs. BanKs eased pasi v eggy
Porter 5 and 4 to move into tne
finals. Kay Purdy bested Char Charlotte
lotte Charlotte Hunter 4 and 3.
The semi-finals in the two
men's flights must be completed
hv this Sunday. The ladies fi
nals will ailso be played this
week.
Atlantic Basketball
Officials To Hold
Meeting Monday
The International Association
of Approved Basketball Officials
Atlantic Side board will hold a
meeting and clinic at the Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal Y.M.C.A. next Monday, Mar.
26. at 4 D.m.
Those desiring to become an
ouicifl are cordially invited to
attend this meeting.
NO YOUNGSTER
FORT MYERS, Fla."" "(NEA)
Pitcher Red Munger, at 37, is
the oldest player on the Pittsburgh
roster.
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Mantle Fioolly

Robin Mori and Hurls Buick
To Victory, In Mound Debut

Analysis Gives Albrook
Edge to Cop Tomorrow's
Seventh Balboa Relays

By Crystal Ball
With all events anlyzed except
the four relays, the score for the
seventh annual Balboa Relays
favors Albrook by a wide margin.
According to the predictions
the FlverR should have 28 points
up to now, leaving tne resi oi
the pact trailing thus: Athletic
Club 15, Ft. Kobbe 13, BHS 11,
Junior College 8 3-4, Navy 1 3-4,
Marines 1, and CHS 3-4.
Can Albrook keep this sub substantial
stantial substantial margin? Will the Fly Flyer
er Flyer mer victorious? Do they
have such an edge in points that
even superhuman extorts cani
catch them? These questions will
he answered in this third and fi
nal chanter of the story enti
tled, "Why Run The Relays, This
Guy Told Us Who Would Win."
To be considered a winner
In the 440 relay, a team must
have four top flight sprinters.
In longer relav races, one fa'r
runner won't kill a team, but
in this one the slightest falling
inn result in defeat.
Using this as the yard stick It
would appear that the young
team from BHS has the four best
snrmters." Thev might not have
the one fastest boy, Charlie
French, but they do have four
very capable sprinters In Dan
winkloskv. Owen Sutherland, K.
Wheeler and French. They have
a practice relay clocking oi .&
n will hp hetween A.C. and Al
brook for the next two spots and
right now we see the club ahead
nf the Fivers.
The half mile relay Isn't too
different, but here the one really
fast runner can maite up ior
lsri whn isn't so eood.
Ther are ten teams In this
event, at least five of which are
of unknown, speed. One or more
of them might be capable of
pulling an upset, but we are
fnrcpd bq alwavs to forecast on
what has been seen. In addition
to the three given the edge m
the one lap relay, there Is a
fourth team here the Crista
hal Hiffh atrereeatlon.
In practice the other day the
BHS team oi wuiKiosKy, wneer
er. Sutherland, and French ran
1:35.4 which eauals the Inter
scholastic League record. But by
the 'time this event comes up
snmp nf the hnvs running for Al
brook like Leonard Travis, Al
Guidet, and Danny Mescall wiU
have done a lot more running
than the hieh school auartet,
The A.C. team really looks
stronger here than in the 440 re relay,
lay, relay, in fact the team of Francis,
Tuttle, Rlvas, and Jones looks
strong enough to edge the Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs by about an inch. So we
find AC first, BHS second, ano
AAAFB third.
. The medley relay has turned
into one of the most popular
events from the spectator point
of view. Each year it has pro produced
duced produced some of the most thrill thrill-in
in thrill-in e races on the card.
This is one event where there
are so many ifs, ands and buts
that It JUst can't be adequately
covered In anything short of a
220-page thesis, As that Is out
of the question, we will let it go
bv saying that the A.C. BHS,
and CHS win place iresner
teams on the track than any
other group.
If John Clark doesn't run the
mile for Albrook, and we didn't
figure he would when predicting
the order of finish for the
event, then he will give the Fly Flyers
ers Flyers the top flight anchor man so
essential in this race. Cristobal

DOWN. BUT NOT OUT Spanish matador Damaso Gomez is knocked to the ground for the
second of three times during a bullfight in Bogota, Colombia. Gomez, who lost his cape on his
first fall, went down three tunes before the charging bull, but the assistant at right distracted the
bu!! each time, saving Gomez from serious injury. Judges felt Gomez turned In such a brilliant
performance that they awarded him the bull's ears, i

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KANGAROO Bob Lowe has
been a cons stent performer
for the Cristobal High Tigers
all season long in both the
high jump and the broad
jump, Bob is capable of push pushing
ing pushing 6 feet in the high leap,
while H wouldn't surprise any anyone
one anyone to see him over 20 feet in
the broad jump. Bob will close
out the 1956 season in the Pal Pal-boa
boa Pal-boa Relays on March 23rd, at
Balboa Stadium, and his team teammates
mates teammates are counting on h'm to
help make this the year for a
Tiger victory.
lacks the 880 boy to stay in
there, although they will be
right ud there until that leg
takes over. All iacts considered,
and completely guessed at, we
say Athletic Club one, Albrook
two, and BHS three.
In the mile relay, the f'nal
event on the program, it would
appear that CHS has its best
chance for the gold trophies.
In fact, they have such a good
chance with Bill Rankin, Gy Gy-land
land Gy-land Lane, Phillip Brooks and
Dave Hawthorne that these
boys are favored to win.
Next we see the A.C, and it
should be a real nice struggle for
the final outcome. For purpose
oi scoring let's iavor the BHa
boys by virtue of having a fresh fresher
er fresher team to enter.
Now then, dear friends and
gentle people, that is the total
story. Those spine tingling; ques questions
tions questions asked earlier have been
answered. The Flyers are Just a a-ble
ble a-ble to hang on and edge the Ath Athletic
letic Athletic Club 33-31 with BHS pull
ing Into third with 21, Fort Kob Kobbe
be Kobbe 13, Junior College 8 3-4, Cris
tobal 5 3-4, Navy l 3-4, and Ma
rines l.
Be on hand Friday night at
Balboa stadium and see for
yourself if this isn't exactly how
Mings will happen, give or take
a dozen points either way. Just
De sure to get there early to as.
sure yourself of a good seat and
to avoid standing in1 line. Box
office opens at 6 p.m. with tick
ets at so cents, good for the 100,
hurdles, and all field events will
start at 4 p.m.
THEY MADt IT
EAST LANSING, Mich. (NEA)
--Ihree former Michigan State U
mversity oaseoau players are in
the major leagues pitcher Robin
Roberts of the- Phillies. Cubs'
catcher Hobie Landrith and White
box bonus outfielder Bob Powell.

ATLANTIC TEENAGE LEAGUE

STANDING
Teams Won Lost Pet.
C.P.O 5 2 .714
Mottas .. 5
Buick .....4 4 .5U0
M.R.A. .... 7 7 ."o
YESTERDAY'S RESULT
(at Coco Solito)
Buick 10, M R.A. 5
Rookie righthander Robin
Morland toed the rubber for the
first time in his short Teenage
'.nue career and pitched the
iuick team to a 10-5 win over
lof 1 Gibson's MJR.A. club,
norland wetn all the way for
he winners and his good con con-aol,
aol, con-aol, backed up by the excellent
latching of his battery mate,
leorge Trimble, and the sharp
lefense of his lnflelders were
od reasons for his victory. He
llowed only three walks and
truck out four.
His opposing pitcher, Doug
hiliins nerformed a highly
ireditable job and If It had not
oeen for a bad second Inning
when he gave up seven runs, he
might have been the winner. For
the remaining six innings his
control was excellent and he
struck nut eleven batters.
The leading hitters of the
game were Marshall and Gibson
of the M.R.A. team who each got
two blows Marshall providing
the extra base power witn a
double and a triple.
The box score:
Buick
Ab R HI
J. Will, cf-2b ..4
Hopkins, rf-lb 1
W. Will, cf 1
Pernlgottl, ss 4
Trimble, c 3
Donahue, 3b 4
Lawrence, If 3
Sanders, If 1
Palumbo, 2b-3b 1
Morland, p 3
Powers, rf-c 3
Hannah, rf 1
Totals
29 10 7
M.R.A.
Irvine, 2b ....j. ........ 0 0 0
Mayo, 2b .. ..... 2 0 0
Marshall. 3b 4 1 2
Cabanillos, ss ... 4 1 1
Gibson, lb 4 0 2
Wood, cf ., 3 1 0
Barfleld, 11 .-.... 1 0 0
Carle,-If 3 0 0
Ender, c 4 11
Phillips, p .......... J 3 0 1
M. Sanders, rf 3 1 1
Totals
31 5 8
Bette Ford Plans
Europe Bullfight
Tour Next Year
MEXICO CITY, March 27' (UP)
Bette Ford, American girl bull bullfighter,
fighter, bullfighter, said today she plans to
fight in Portugal and France next
year m the first invasion of Europe
bv a woman bullfighter from the
United States.
"But. first, i want to become
more seasoned bv additional ap
pearances in Mexico and Central A
menca," the former JNew xoric
model said. "I'm sure I'm ready
before going on tour over there.''
Miss Ford, who is 24, is general generally
ly generally recognized as the best of sever
al American girls who have fought
in Mexican bullrings. She has three
fights scheduled in border towns
next month before returning to me
Mexican capital for another pos possible
sible possible crack at "big time" in the
Pla?a Mexico.
She is scheduled to fight in
Laredo. April 1: Juarez, April 8,
and Nogajes, April 17. No definite
dates have been set for her pro
iected European tour. Miss Ford
expressed disappointment at not be being
ing being able to appear in Spain, where
no women bullfighters are allow-

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STRAIGHT RIGHT Toto Ibarra (left) connects with a
straight right to the head of bantamweight champion Melvln
Bourne during a workout at the National Gym. Ibarra engages
Battlin' Byron Cumberbatch in a ten-round return match at
La Macarena bullring Sunday. Cumberbatch, who was a win winner
ner winner by TKO over Ibarra in their first meeting Dec. 18, was
stopped by Bourne In a January title bout.
Calidonia Fight Fans Request
Increased Bus Service Sunday
For Ibarra-Cumberbatch Bout

A group of over 50 Calidonia
boxing fans who plan to take
in the Toto Ibarra-Byron Cum Cumberbatch
berbatch Cumberbatch feature match at La
Macarena bullring Sunday
nhrht. have sent a letter to
Assemblyman and vice-presi
dential candidate II e radio
Barletta, who operates a large
transportatson service, asking
that the amount of buses
which run between San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco and Panama City, be in increased
creased increased Sunday evening so as
to-facilitate the crowd that is
expected to attend the boxing
program.
An early reply to the letter
was asked.

Bob Pettit Leads St. Louis
Into NBA Vestern Division
Finals Against Fort Wayne

NEW YORK. March 22 (UP)
Scoring champion Bob PettltJ
who stopped George Mikan on
the shot that counted, iea me
surprising St. Louis Hawks into
the Western Division playoff fi finals
nals finals of the National Basketball
Association today against the
Fort Wayne Pistons.
The Hawks nuallfled for to
night's opening game In Forp
Wayne by nipping the Minneap Minneapolis
olis Minneapolis Lakers, 116-115, in Minne Minneapolis.
apolis. Minneapolis. At the same. time, tne Syra Syracuse
cuse Syracuse Nationals upset the Bos Boston
ton Boston Celtics, 102-97, In Boston
to reach the Eastern finals.
The Nationals will clash with
the Philadelphia Warriors In
he f'rst game'of that series to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night at Philadelphia.
Each series will be best-of-five.
Pettit was the big man In ev ev-erv
erv ev-erv wav for the Hawks, who
camp "back after taking a record
133-7 drubbing in the second
frame of the series. Biff Bob loop.
ed in 41 points to take scoring
honors and to atone for his 14 14-Dolnt
Dolnt 14-Dolnt showlne In the second
trame.
And Pettit saved the game for
th? Hawks in the closing seconds
after Ferrari's pair- of free
throws had given St. Louis Its
116-115 lead with 55 seconds
7-
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THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1351

Sunday's meeting will be th
second for Ibarra and Cum Cumberbatch.
berbatch. Cumberbatch. The Chiricane was
stopped in seven heats last
Dec. 18 at the National Gym
before a sellout crowd.
Three other matches round
out the program. In the eight eight-round
round eight-round semifinal flashy Claudio
Martfnex engages Victor Asprl Asprl-11a
11a Asprl-11a in a return match. The Im Impounders
pounders Impounders fought to s thrilling
six-round draw in January,
The main prelim brings to together
gether together featherweights Manuel
Prescott and Vicente Worrell.
General admission is $1. Cur Curtain
tain Curtain time is 8 o'clock.
I go. With eight seconds left., the
Lakers fed the ball, to all-time
basketball immortal George Ml-
kan.
Mikan spun for his famed hook
shot but pettit leaped high in
the air to block It. The ball roll rolled
ed rolled loose and Jack McMahon of
the Hawks Rrabbed.lt to clinch
tne game.
Clyde Loveiiett lea the Lakers
with 31 points as they were beat beaten
en beaten In a first-round playoff series
ior the first time m their nine-
year history,.
The Nationals, defending
plavoff champs who only made
?t this time because they won
a special playoff game for
third place, rolled to a 57-45
halftime lead at Boston and
never fell behind again. A late
Celtic rally cut the margin to
71-70 with three minutes left
in the third period, but Boston
never could get in front.
Adolph Schayes starred for Sy Syracuse
racuse Syracuse with 27 points. Including
key baskets, and 17 rebounds,
while Bill Sharmanv; had 22
points for. Boston.
The upset marked 'the Nats
first win In Boston since last
Dec. 17. But It marked the third
straight year that the Nats had
I beaten the Celts
In the first
to'round,
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8:00 p.m.
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fiwond Half Standings

' Team
Gibraltar Life ,:.
Lincoln life ....
Police
Elks 1414 ......
Seymour Agency
Spur Cola

Won Lost Pet
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By MURRAY OLDERMAN
NEA Staff Corrtipondent
HALLANDALE, Fla. (NEA)

The jet age-can't come too sooni

for this two-buck bettor' para

dise -by-the-sea. uuitstream Fark,
they call it. and Racing Secreta Secretary
ry Secretary Horace Wade must be thinking
of dredging that inland lake into
a landing strip the way thorough-

breds have been swooping m from

all points.

The Florida Derby, Mar. 24,
shapes up more like the Benduc

Trophy.

From far away California the 1

ron birds not to be confused with

POISED ON THE BRIM

Gibraltar Life 6, Llneoln Life 2

The Rocks pf Gibraltar behind
-the excellent pitching of Bobby
' Brandon took sole possession of
! first place Tuesday afternoon by
: defeating Lincoln Life by the
' acore of six to two.
I.inpoln drew, first blood In the

very first inning but were unable

third which rfc beat out. Took
second on a hit by Jaime Ward,
went to third on a fielder's
choice and came in tcseore on a
line single to rieht center bv

Dennis Bradshaw. This was the

.572;Onlv threat of I.inrnln T If

.500, til the bottom of the feurth when1

.429 1 Bradshaw led off with a sinele'thnse lnn-Wn fi.mintmAc r.no

tnnlr f nrr i I il.it --00-- r

. t. .Si uu!Mori has hovering over nearby
7ni? rthlrd 0n sin8Le bylHialeah-have carted in the Ralph
Johnny Joyner and scored m;ElUworth-BIish--Tennv. entourage

aet.p,Ta D&J- of three-year-olds.' They include

.V7v,U J ,'?u 1W ""i""! Terrang, Airide and Like Magic,
K,e top 01 toe C0IV? PVthe latter the famed Swaps' little
four blR runs came in aftei the brother.

iuoi, mo omiers to iace woraen
French had grounded out Joe

429

J33

Emm tL turn mtt i-irt V i

y um uu oene nermanny doiu come Count chic pride of the pii pii-drew
drew pii-drew bases on balls, Dickie Sny-'. 0, the Pacific North-

Iffi lnLftet Mia nuinflr DinA I .m v rtninc

w,; n7 Jl "?J I i? a GroyVn west. His owner, Dino Lozzi, doles
Hunt, a Dassed ball and a stolen L.. cAni

! hflSA mir. rnnrturi rw mttrrri rtHI...

to come through as BranaoT third and Gene Fraunheim hit al kI T.ulf of Mexico and

hnmi FraunhpTm ,iJhich recently won the Louisiana
nome, Fraunheim went to third' n h Raclt ,qcj anothpr Lmii-

dmj!H lu Jiu Aui'siarta horse was coaxed into

led off with a slow grounder to

Fastlich
League

. Palomas

Pumas
Conejos
Ocelots
Macaws

Won Lost

Pete Corrigan's Macaws got

back into their winning- stride a a-KAin
KAin a-KAin Wednesday afternoon at
Fastlich Park by beatinc the
league leading Palomas 11-8 In a
loosely played game.
Both teams made 13 errors be between
tween between them, seven being charg charged
ed charged aeainst the Palomas.
Barbler and Pederson were the
leading; hitters for the P lrnas
while Charlie French, with a
home run and a double, led the
Macaw attack.
No game will be played Friday

aftednoon on account of the
Balboa Relays.

Brandon that got through the

1 r(.l..la.M (innnJ t an4

iW1 S on a" to Tun off w",th
r,u.n.0? Pli-i.t.Jthis same Florida Derby. Paid 15-

"'Utomi auuvu anuuier lany1, u, hj u;-. tnt Rut nnt with
in the fourth on two hits and il1- We had h m, too. But not with

alif t th fth rw uH'out a struggle

on with a aouwe down the right

field line took third on a passed
ball and came in to score the
sixth and final run for Gibraltar

on a hit by Gene Hermanny.

Brandon won his fifth straight

nan game of the second half giv giv-'ng
'ng giv-'ng up twe runs on five hits,

walking two and striking out

eleven, woraen French was the

Joser and now has two wins and
two losses for the second half,
allowing six runs on nine hits,
walked six and struck out seven.

The box score :
Gibraltar Life

Hermanny, rf

Snyder, D. lb

Four times his trainer, Tennes

see Wright, tried to cajole him up
the gangplank into the plane, and
four times Money Broker balked.
One more try, said Wright, and if
the nag turns it down, we abandon
the trip. On the fifth attempt, the
colt cooperated. And Grissom was
$88,000 wiser and richer.
The air cavalcade added a touch
of international flavor with the ar arrival
rival arrival from the Caribbean of Solid
Kid, which has been sending them
on Puerto Rican tracks.
Another air transport which
won this classic previously was
Correlation, planed in from Cali-

. nlfornia in 1954. The 1955 $100,000

5 T ol swag went, of course, to Nashua.
M. ir:t .11 IL. Klrt ;.nrtin(T thai.

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Jtwt a P55 big 3-year-oii ris-airy
wa East (Nashua) vs. v.'e$t (Swaps)...

'Cj

I "vat snLfi
f .... the duels of iflHf Vf?tMAPAay
I iwogeogwphkally iVtTf
r V opposite cotts ffffiJZ r
. X promise to 'Mhf f r v
(V feature.... ((Mp :; ;
L Voa sixty (t jIN f
I f f i It ffll QACING I jj Ivy 1 j j ; i
II II pPfi At4$ T THE hjAO U ttJ.
1 ?y 1 ps.

i j With all the big invading chai
.. ... il- 1 i.. Kt thi

Fraunheim, cf !!!!!!!i'.'2 i 2'lfinSers' the horse to beat in the
Brandon, p 4 0 revival wlU .st'11 be 4home;

The box score:
Macaws
Amato, 2b
Days, cf ........
French, as ......
Corrigan, p. p ...
Durfee, c .......
Hitchcock, 3b .
Corrigan, E. lb .
DesLondes, If ...
Dubois, rf ......

Ab RHPo

2

4
3
2
3
3
4
0
1

Hutchinson.

Wilson, If
Orr, ss ..
Hanna, 3b
Hunt, 2b

Lincoln Life

Beck, ss

Ward, lb

2

. 4
. 4
. 3
. 2
28

: 2 1 French, L. 3b 3 0
i iiFrench, W. p 3 0
i i I Bradshaw, c 3 l

Totals

22 11 6

Ledbetter, cf

, iijoyner. J. if
I Bowman, rf ..
JJ!McElhone, 2b

0 i orea, weeaies, ngm now om uum

0 l in tne race ior mree-year-om nun
1 1 ors, after his fine winning efforf
0 i in the Flamingo, i
1 ft His big test figures to corns
..from Terrang, the Californian I

9 Terrang arrives 011 a ois vcuirj

in ine oania Aim tciuj,
wouldn't pay to discount Swaps
full brother, Like Magic, which
fast in that event.

1 1 At any rate, Wade has built him him-1
1 him-1 self quite a race. In 1952 it was
9 worth but $17,550 to the inaugural
i winner. Today, it's a cool $100,000.
). And, thanks to the Wright broth broth-1
1 broth-1 arm th nntsiandine talent is on

0 hand to vie for it.

Diamond Diggings
By Victor Gray
, ; : : "': 1

(The tevtnth of a sariti of elost-iLong were with the Phillies, Frank
up ind valuation of M a 0 rj Thomas or Roberto Clemente with

Leagut clubi in fht 1956 ptnant the Giants, or Bob Friend taking

raca).

PITTSBURGH

Vandy Finds
Good Players
Travel A Bit

NASHVILLE. Tenn Vk-

a regular tun. on a Cincinattit vanderbilt s basketball team this
mound, the above statement would season comniled the hMt

PIRATES (N. L.),be borne out in every possible re- record ef iny Commodore basket-

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Cricket News

Sumy ,171 for I; Excelsior

for I.

Palomas

23 2 5

Eastman, cf ..... 3 .3 2 0
Pedersen, ss 4 1 2 1
Barbier, p 4 13 1
Garcia, 3b ....... 2 1 0 1
Snodgrass, c ..... 2 0 0 4
Allen, If 3 0 12
Kline, lb ........ 3 0 0 fi
Feeney, rf ....... 2 1 0 0
Ruiz, rf 10 0 0
Corrigan. L. 2b ... 2 0 0 0
Sander, 2b ....... 1 1 1 0
Totals 27 8 9 15

Pastrano Gets
Strength Test

In Arthur Bout

Score By Innings

raiomas 103 702 8 ft 6
Macaws 344 00x-U 6 7

SUMMARY Errors: Macaws

v, paiomas 6. Runs hatted in:
Frenrh 3, Corrigan, p. 2, Bar Barbier
bier Barbier 2. Days, Corrigan. E., Peder.
sen. Two base hits: French Al Allen.
len. Allen. Home runs: French. Left on
bases: Macaws 8. Palomas 6.
Eases on balls off: Barbler 11,
Corrigan. P., 5. Strike outs bv:
Barbier 2, Corrigan, P., 0. Wild
pitches: Corrigan. Barbler. Win Win-n
n Win-n ng pitcher: corrigan. Losing
pitcher: Barbier. Umpires: Wil Williams
liams Williams and Diaz. Scorer: Cun Cunningham.
ningham. Cunningham. Time: 1:45.

NEW ORLEANS (NEA) Wil?
lie Pastrano; the undefeated 'teen,
age will-o'-the-wisp, apparently is
ready to step up his campaign for
higher heavyweight ranking.
Pstrano's camp has steadily
maintained he hasn't matured
physically yet, so he has been
matched accordingly.
But now Pastrano, 185 pounds
and ranked seventh as a heavy heavyweight,
weight, heavyweight, is paired with Johnny Ar Arthur,
thur, Arthur, the Johannesburg, South A-

frica, giant. They'll meet at New

Orlenas, March 26, and out of It
should come a line on whether
Pastrano can handle the big boys.
Arthur is 6-3, weighs 220 and has
scored 22 KO's.

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spect.

To the average observer, the' Pitching, as in the past, Is still
Pirates appear to be the happy-j the sore spot on the Pirate club,
go-lucky bunch with nothing much! Bob Friend, Vernon Law, Max Sur Sur-at
at Sur-at stake:, suiting up in time forjkont and Dick Littlefield are sup-

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GOES TO COURT Famed
Kansas miler Wes Santee ar arrives
rives arrives at State Supreme Court
ln New York to attend a trial,
which opened on the runner's
request for a permanent in injunction
junction injunction against his lij3tlme
suspension by the AAU.

YcuSh

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Tc:m Al US School

11m luiKDy oi uurunau was a
member of the junior varsitv

wrestling team at the Pflrkiomen

School in Pennsbure. Pa.

Kirk by, a sophomore who never

wrestled before this season,' had

a record of four wins, no losses,
and one tie. JThree of his four wins
came by pins.
Grappling at 165 pounds, Kirk Kirk-by's
by's Kirk-by's 1 best matches were against
wrestlers from Germantown Aca Academy
demy Academy and Penn Charter School. In
the Germantown match, he pinned
his opponent in 1:15, and in the
Penn Charter, 1:45. v
Tim, a sophomore, also played
as reserve guard and center on the
Perkiomen varsity football team.
He is the son of Mrs, Ann M.
Greene of Ricardo Arias and 52nd
Street, Canal Zone.

DIDN'T PAY,
LAUREL, Md.- (NEA) The

shortest payoff in Laurel Race
Track's 45-year history was Alsab,

the ball game and when it is over
resigning themselves to their, u-

sual fate, losing.

True it is that tradition is being

upheld on the majority or occa

sions, this being no exception, and

even Branch Rickey has been
convinced that trv what you may.

there can be no improvement to

the 1'irates.
All considered, the faithful fans
of Pittsburgh who turn out to watch

their hapless charges go through
their paces at spacious Forbes
Field, have not given up in the
least, finding solace in the consola consolation"
tion" consolation" that Pittsburgh in its hey-day
with the Waner brothers in the

outfield, Pie Traynor at third

base, George Grantham at second,

plus a pitching staff led by Vic
Aldridge, terrorized the senior -circuit
for nearly an entire decade.

bcrappy Bobby Bragan has been

hired in a last effort to get the club

out of the doldrums on the strength
of the fact that during the man

agerial career of the turbulent one,
he has yet to manage a second divi division
sion division club.
On IhA PittchiircfVi rnctpr thcr.

jre many players, whom if they

were to appear with another club

posed to be the big four, but some

how, or other they have always
failed to click. The rejuvenated

ball team since 1929

Vanderbilt finished third to Ala Ala-bam
bam Ala-bam a and Kentucky In the South South-eastern
eastern South-eastern Conference race and ran
up a 19-4 record. 1

One reason for this may be
found in the home addresses of 10
lettermen who made it bis for

George "Red" Munger (37) brought.Coach Bob Polk. Sophomore Jim.
along to Pittsburgh from Holly-, my French of Nashville is the on

wood where he won 22 games, ly monogram-winner from Tennes-

may oe ot some neip.

The infield, which every year
sports new faces, will undoubtedly
start with Long at first, Curt Rob Roberts
erts Roberts at second, George Freese at
third and Dick Groat at short. For
reserves there will be the O'Brien
twins Johnnie and Eddie, Gene
Freese and Preston Ward.

The only bright spot in an other-!

wise aismai picture is me starting
outfield of Jerry Lynch in left,
Frank Thomas in center and Ro Roberto
berto Roberto Clemente in right. Also high highly
ly highly rated are the two extra picket
men, Cuban Roman Mejias and

Robert Del Greco who comes up

from Hollywood where he had a

good season.

The less said about the catching

the better. Toby Atwell is suppos supposed
ed supposed to be the best of some seven or

eight hopefuls, with rookie Dick

Hall to fill in the second spot,

Final analysis of the Pirates is
as follows: Catching: Weak. Pitch-

see. Four others are, from India Indiana,
na, Indiana, two from Kentucky, and one

1 T"l : j -in' :

each from Florida,

Missouri.

Illinois and

One of the largest ratherine nf

cricket fans seen here in recent

years was on hand last Sunday at
Rainbow City to witness the murh

talked about encounter between

what undoubtedly are two of thp

strongest clubs in Isthmian crick

et: fcurrey and Excelsior.

The weather was ideal and the

huge crowd was treated to, and
enjoyed, a full measure of its fav favorite
orite favorite pastime ud to the moment

when the gam j was brought to an
abrupt conclusion iust about

five minutes before the scheduled

time.

Capt. T. Reece -ef the Excelsior
, C. won the toss and decided

to send in his opponents for the first
knock on the excellently prepared
wickets (a maneuver that is still
being debated amongst followers of

tne game).

Wilson and Critchlow oneneif tnr

aurrey Dut me latter s stay was
shortlived as, with the score at 5,
he was caught at Cover Point by
Harwood, off the bowling of Camp-

uen. v.

The Skipper: W. DeSouza loined

Wilson, whose score stood at 16

when his defense was penetrated
by one of G. Small's tricky offer

ings (2 for 42). Drakes, the incom

ing batsman, soon feH victim to
the same bowler (S for 86), as did
Morgan, who added 27 runs be

fore leaving (4 for 138). .-: I
During all this time, DeSouza had
been thrilling the onlookers with a i
flawless exhibition of run-producing
strokes. His personel effort yield-.

ed a hefty 74 runs before he was
caught by Hamlin off Small (5 for
138). R. Waterman hit 5 "fours"

for 20 runs, then was bowled by

Groves (8 for 157). Two more wick wickets
ets wickets fell with the scare mounting to
171 runs when the inning was dec declared
lared declared closed.

L. Maloney and M. Perch were

Excelsior's opening batsmen. Perch
snicked one of Drakes' fast deliv deliveries
eries deliveries in the "slips" and was quick-l
ly taken, by C, DeSouza (1 for 7). I
W. Babb connected for 5 conse-l

cutive "ours" before succumbing
to bowler DeSouza (2 for 45). Two
wickets, Campbell and Groves Groves-then
then Groves-then fell successively, both to E.
Franklin (4 for 46). Maloney, who
performed brillianty for 30 runs
was bowled by DeSouza (5 for 50).
The same bowler accounted for
the next wicket. K. Gfith. who.

at 8, jotted one to Shoy in the out-

ueia (s ior 62);
At this point, a fine bit of de defensive
fensive defensive batting was on display as
P. Appleton and A. Hamlin held
the Surrey bowling at bay till the
former, at 13, lost his wicket LBW
to DeSouza (67 for 114).
' Hamlin, who top scored for the
side with 33 runs not out, was next

partnered by the skipper. T. Reece,
with about 7 minutes remaining

122 to play. Reece !mmerf;tTw ...

pealed to the umpire for "light
After a test by that official the
appeal was disallowed, whereupon
the batsman proceeded to remove
his pads, ignoring the umpires'
order to "Play Ball."

r Thus a day of fine erlrW -..

marred at the hsU moment by
the unseemly action of one player
much to the discust

tJ1?se 10 endance, who
felt that his action was entirely un unnecessary
necessary unnecessary inasmuch as a draw
verdict seemed practically assured.;.-'-
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PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1956

Black Cat Across Pgth Leaves Malenkov

With Brow Creased In Apparent

Worry

i TJTuiuTitfriWANr F.neland. Mar.i "Well," said

I7P Soviet Deputy Pre- luck to you."
the visitinir minister of he could take a thoughtful stroll.

electric power who was Stalin s
handpicked successor Interrupt Interrupted
ed Interrupted a guided tour for meditative
9ik with a Russian colleague.

i For Malenkov, who has been
Wdlnjr charm and good v'
this ftDparently' was not a good

day. :
s At one point during a tour of
; Birmingham power, station,
' hiik out crossed his nath.

tnM him the hlack

eat was a good luck mascot, not West German police today.

a bad luck omen.

Malenkov, "good He did the same

way Dae

West German Cops

Collect Scraps
Of Soviet Balloons

HAMBURG, Germany, March
22 (UP) Scraps of a Russian

weather balloon that strayed over

the Iron Curtain were collected by

Mnlnnkov aimeared strained

and harrassed in contrast to his
bubbling vivacity on all his pub

lic appearances since ne arnvea
here March 15 at the height of
the new Kremlin campaign to
debunk Stalin, his old master.

His apparent preoccupation
coincided with the announce

ment that Russia's security cniei,

thine on the Gen. Ivan Serov. Is flying to

ILondon from Moscow. He un-

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doubtedly will see Malenkov.

But Malenkov still was capa capable
ble capable today of flashes of wit
Once, as he watched a big
steel door moving into place In
an electric factory at Stafford he
quipped:
"I see you have an Iron Cur Curtain
tain Curtain here. We have discarded It."

American in Prague
Says jlazism Rising
In Veslin Germany
VIENNA, March 22 (UP) An
American who chose., life behind
the Iron Curtain with his wife and
fnnr rhildren has published", a book

charging that Nazism is on the
rise in West Germany, Czech news newspapers
papers newspapers reported today.
The papers said George 5.
Wheeler of Vienna, Va:-, who once
vmritPd for the U.S. military gov

ernment in Berlin, wrote a book

titled, "Cystraha," (Warning) m
wMrh hp ssvs "the big Nazis are

Asinine nower" in Free Get-

many.
Wheeler was accused of being i
Communist by a U.S. congression

jiI committee. He went to Prague,

Czechoslovakia in 1947 after' he

was fired from his military,(gov military,(gov-ernment
ernment military,(gov-ernment job.

Russia: and its satellites have

complained for the past several

months of balloons from nOn-Com-

mimist countries drifting into Red

territories. The Russian balloon

anna rentlv went astrav in Februa

ry's sudden reversal of the usual

West-to-East air currents and
came down in a pasture near Luo Luo-chow,
chow, Luo-chow, Germany.
Police said the balloon apparent

ly only about two feet, in diame diameter,
ter, diameter, contained weather i n s t r u-

ments in a metal container aooui

the "size of a cigar box.

Britain Embarrassed As Successor
Of Lavrenti Bcria Flies To London

Write-in
AUSTIN. Tex., March 22. (UP)

J. Evelts Haley said today he

has received only four letters

since becoming a candidate for

governor of Texas although

other candidates report getting
"avalanches" of .letters, s
Haley said two of his letter

writers Were for him, one bitter

LONDON, March 22 (UP)-Gen.
Ivan Serov, the man who succeed succeeded
ed succeeded the executed Lavrenti P. Bena
as head of the Soviet secret police,
flies here ioaay frem Moscow on
a visit that obviously embarrassed
the British government.
The uninvited Serov was coming

here to check security arrange

ments for the forthcoming visk oi
Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin
and Communist Party Chief JMki JMki-ta
ta JMki-ta Khrushchev.
But his visit, maneuvered Brit Britain
ain Britain into 'disclosing some of the.se the.se-nf
nf the.se-nf its own security organiza

tion for the Bulganin-Khrushchev
visit and the measures to protect

Serov himself.
T.nnHnn newsDaDens announced

the, visit, of Serov with a notable

lack of enthusiasm. The Daily Mail
hrfiinirt the visit: "Serov the

Thug Here Today."

"He is a thug and looks it," the

Communist system. He is the ex

ecutioner!"
It was not known immediately

if Serov 'would confer with Geor-

gi Malenkov,. the Soviet ex pre premier
mier premier now on, a visit to Britain as

director of power stations for the

Soviet Union.

MONTGOMERY. Ala.. March 22

(UP) A Negro woman testified
bitterly yesterday that members of
her race stopped riding bases be because
cause because White drivers abused "all
ef us 50.000 Negroes in Montgo

mery."
' Appltui brok out in t h
courtroom, filltd mainly by tO
Ntgrott charged with conspiring
to boycott tho bu$i, at this tes testimony
timony testimony by Ella Perkins.
. CircuiLJudge Eugene Carter rap rapped
ped rapped loudly for order saying "Here,
here, we can't have any of this.
The scene was the beginning of
the. defense case in the no-jury
trial of the Rev. M. L. Carter,

first of the 90 defendants to be

brought to trial in a 100-year-old

courthouse. The state had rested

two hours eaalier.

DEFENSE PRESENTS CASE
The defense Indicated quickly
that it would try to show the
Negroes stopped riding the bus buses
es buses in a big spontaneous demon demonstration
stration demonstration protesting their mistreat mistreatment
ment mistreatment rather than by organized
boycott.
The defendants were charged un

der an old Alabama law against
any conspiracy that interfered
with the normal operation of a
business.

Conviction tarries six months in

prison and $1,000 fine.., '..

Negroes in Montgomery'
The first defense witness, a 320-1 Mrs. Gilmore evoVod la

pound Neero woman, said she ston- several timM whil. ) h,.7 1"" ? ?eara'

ped riding the segregated buses
because of the way a "nasty" driv driver
er driver treated her.
- Another, a Pullman porter, j
said that several years age
driver forced his pregnant wife
to give up her seat to a white
person.
But the most dramatic testimo

ny came from Mrs. Perkins, the

sixth to testify along the same line.
She testified she stopped riding
the buses Dec. S, the day the boy boycott
cott boycott is alleged to have started but
she did not give a specific reason
until Judge Carter pressed her.
Then she said "because we were
all mistreated" on the buses.

"Who is 'we alleeT the judge

asked

"All of us, 50,000 Negroes in

Montgomery," the woman replied.
, STATE RESTS CASE

The state rested after two and

one-half days of testimony de

signed to show that the Negroes
formed an organization, collected

funds and set up motor pools to
compete with the public transit

system and wreck it economically,

Normally the busloads are 60 to

70 per cent Negro here.

The first defense witness was

hefty Georgia T. Gilmore, 35

lv opposed to him. and the Daily Man said in a ironi pase eu-

fourth couldn't make up. his itonal. "He represents an inai-is
mind. 'foul and inhuirian in the Russian

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Jacqueline Noyer, who won the
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Unlike the replica of the Venus
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American Legion Commander

Due Here Tomorrow At 3 pm

rapped sternly for order as she
described her experiences on the

ouses. I

She said she knew "quite a few

other" Negroes who had stopped
riding the buses before the boy

cott began.

Sht said the steppad because
ef the treatment the received
from a driver. ;
"I boarded the bus" when it was

crowded. There were two whites

on the bus. The people were half

way up the aisle and the driver
said "Come out, nigger, and go
around. Well, I didn't move. Then
an old lady near me told me to
go around."

LEFT IN STREET

stress whose arrest for refusing to
move to a rear seat touched off
the boycott.
Gayle and Bagley said that on

predominantly White bus routes 10
seats were reserved for Negroes

at the rear and on routes carrying
mostly Negroes 10 seats were re

served for Whites at the front.

Bagley said the company dis

continued its four main Neero

routes after buses were shot at
and stoned in Negro residential
areas at the beginning of th
boycott.

The witness said she then left

the front door, of the bus to enter
from the rear but "The 1 i c h t

cnangeo, and he pulled off

i was leit standing there.
"So I made up my mind I
wouldn't ride the buses any more.
Now I take a taxi but if it's warm
I walk home,"
"What did you mean by nasty
bus drivere" asked the defense

attorney interviewing her. 1
"Well," she said, "when he says
'nigger' I was paying my fare.
I didn't like the tone of his voice.
They, get their money. .j
"When they' count that money
they don't know 1 Niftro mOnty
from white money."
Final state witnesses were May Mayor
or Mayor W. A. Gayle and J. H. Bagley,

manager oi me dus company, wnonz a.m.
told of reports turned in on the 1:20 p m

Meeting In Catur
For Civil Defense
Set For Tuesday

; A Civil Defense meeting for Gat-

an(j!un will be held at 9 a.m. next

xuesaay at tne service tenter.
All ladies of Gatun are invited
to attend as the following items
will be discussed .in preparation
for the forthcoming National Civil
Defense test exercise: Individual
duties of Warden Service person personnel,
nel, personnel, Control Center message pro procedure
cedure procedure and posting of .Warden
maps.
The motion picture "U. S. Civil
Defense in Action" will be shown J

BAhtiOA TIDES

FRIDAY. MARCH 23

HIGH LOW

6:58 a.m.
v 7:34 p.m.

J. Addlnffton Wanner, nation-'

al commander of the American

Legion, and Mrs. Wagner are

scheduled to arrive ai lucumcu
airport tomorrow at 3 p m. to be begin
gin begin an official visit to the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal department of The

American Legion.

ftn his arrival he will be met

by various local legion officials

and memDer oi me auxiliary.

Among those to meet Wagner
will be department commander

nonmn a Kiflpit jr. vice com

manders David c. Harshaw, and

jack O'Connell national execu

tive committeeman ciauae a.

Campbell, post commanders Al Al-frmi
frmi Al-frmi t ntmvin steDhen Rainey,

Nlknlai Olsen. Georee Gillette i Navy veteran of World War TI,

and Charles Holmes. Many oth-;was elected to the legion's high

er lee-ionnaires are exrjectea w muce.mier nine years oi

A reception in his honor will

be held in evening beginning at
8 p.m. at the American Legion
Club, Panama Canal Post TNo. l, j
along with the legion's 37th
birthday celebration, to which i

all legionnaires and their ladles
are Invited.- .. . I
Saturday, the national com-!
mander, along with department!
officers will travel to the Atlan!
tic side for a luncheon to be
held at 1 rj.m. at the Elks Club
In Marearlta where he will meet
all Legionnaires on that side of
the Isthmus.
Wagner, an attorney at Battle

Creek, Mich., and a Purole Heart

be on hand to welcome the com-i

mander on his arrival.

Japanese Schools
Mirror Results
Of Birth Control

TOKYO, March 22 (UP) -Two

physicians introduced birth con-

tool methods to the crowded vil

lage of Sakura Mura eight years

ago.

The viBaee school announced that

for the first time in years there

will not be enough children to ful
the two first-grade classrooms
when the new- term starts next

month.

outstanding service in his rjost.

department and In the national
organization. ;
This will be his second trip to
the canal Zone, having passed
through here while In command
of an LCI on his way to San
Diego, Cal., where his shin be became
came became a part of LCI flotilla 36
which proceeded to Pearl Har Har-bor.
bor. Har-bor. Wagner was wounded dur during
ing during an air attack in the Okina Okinawa
wa Okinawa Operation and was presented
the Purple Heart by Adm. Ches Chester
ter Chester W. Mimitz.-. -.

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Another 'Safety Field Day
Planned By Paraiso Council

Plans are being made to hold hiblts in the basement of the

another "Pacific Safety Field

Day" in Paraiso on April 21, In
an effort to make the general
public safety conscious.
The field day will be sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by the safety committee of
the Paraiso Civic Council.
Tentative plans for the public
demonstration were presented to
the acting governovH.W. Schull
Jri, who gave his- endorsement
to the project

The committee in charge of

Dlannlnz and staging the dem

onstration is headed by Alfonso
E. Alexis of the Civic Council's

safety committee.

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Paraiso Civic Center building

which has adequate space and a
well-lald-out parking lot.

Plans also include inviting tnei
active participation of the Canal
Zone fire and police forces, the

safety branches of the Panama

canal, ana the Army and vari various
ous various operating units of the Canal
rganization.

various types of demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations and exhibits will again be

presented In an effort to give an

idea of customary unsafe prac practices
tices practices and why safety precautions
should be adhered to in order
to Save losts of lives and possible
expenditures of large sums by
government and private agen agencies.
cies. agencies. .. .; ;
Bureau heads are being urged
to make it possible to have rep representatives
resentatives representatives present at the next
meeting of the Paraiso Council
which will take place in the sci science
ence science room of the Paraiso School
at 7:30 p.m. next Wednesday.
Chinese Reds
Arrest Catholic
Churchmen

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munist Chinese police have arrest

ed two mgn Roman Catholic

churchmen, the Catholic news a
eency Fides said today.

The agency, which specializes in

missionary news, said the Reds
jailed Bishop Wan Tsu-chang of
Hengchow and Father Bartholo

mew Chiang, his Vicar general.

Reasons lor the., arrest. were -not

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