The Panama American

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:03043

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Plan Easter

Service Here

WHY'D SHE nAVE TO BRING SO MUCH? Ted Herrman and Sam Newhard are willing to
be helpful, but Lynda Geyer is asking a lot. L ookinR on are classmates from Cristobal High
School who. arrived for a week's stay at Fort Clayton to participate In Boys' and Girls' State ;
Activities. The "State" program 13 an American Legion-sponsored exercise in practical gov government,
ernment, government, during which the students will guide mythical communities through the workings
of local, city, and state government.. At the end of the program two representatives will be

elected by the students to participate in noys ana Girls; Nation at wasnmgton, v.u.

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Thish Cou' be Mushh Mor Fective, Too

Cocktail Parties Put 'Glow'
In US Foreign Policy Program
WASHINGTON, March 24 (UP) The State Department feels a friendly cocktail
is "a major tool" of American foreign poli cy. '..
' ' And the Department feels they have never been used to their full effectiveness,"
either., -; y -,::.' .;; ...',, '; '

Deputy Undersecretary of Stale, nerve liquor, but we also serve soft tool of our foreign policy."

Easter Sunrise Services, spon

sored by the Protestant Cnap-

lalns of the combined Armed
Forces of the canal Zone, will
be held in the large grassy area
faclns the beach, adiacnt to the

Post chapel, at Fort Amador,

beelnnine at 6:00 a.m. Sunday,

The Dersonnei ana acuviues

of the Protestant Chapels have

combined their efforts in prep preparation
aration preparation for this annual event

which began several years ago

and has grown In popularity, in

providing Inspiration for thou

sands of worshippers who as

semble at early dawn to hear

the message of the Resurrection
of Jesus Christ; the Reverend

Oscar C Olson. Pastor of the

Union Church,' Balboa, will be

guest speaker.
- Special music will be render rendered
ed rendered by combined Protestant
Chapel choirs of the Canal
Zone, under the direction of
Miiss Emilv Butcher and A-1C
Maurce Alfred, accompanied
by S-Sgt. William A. Johnston

at the organ. The church call,
prelude and postlude will b
played be the 776th AF Band
under the direction of CWO
Lloyd P. Overton.

The public is invited. Special

bus service will be provided, de

parting Ancon Post Office, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Circle, and Curundu 'Club

house at 5:30 a.m. Personnel de desiring
siring desiring transportation from their
respective military bases will
find transportation departing

from their respective chapels at
approximately 5:30 a.m.

The Sunrise Servire will Ini

tiate the day for worshippers in
their attendance at their respec

tive chapel services. A full morn morn-ine
ine morn-ine program of worship services
will be conducted in the chapels

or tne military posts of the Ca

nal Zone where they will hear
messages on the Resurrection of
Our Lord and excellent singing
by special children and adult
choirs.
The Sunrise Service will be
broadcast over CFN.

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HUSBAND ASKS CUSTODY OF CHILD Actress Jayne Mans Mansfield
field Mansfield applies the powder puff as daughter Jayne Mane uses the
comb' in the star's New York apartment. Miss Mansfield's
estranteH husband. Paul' J. Mansfield. rxVpH tnr rnstrirtv nt

proper person to have custody of their five-year-old daughter."

Runnestrand Appointed Exe cutive Secretary;
To Also Retain Duties Of Exec. Assistant

WASHINGTON, March 24 (UP) The president cf
the United States Citizens Association of the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone will leave tonight for home after spending two
weeks in conferences here on behalf of the interests of the
group which he heads.
President John Winter Davis Collins is scheduled ta
arrive in Panama City. Monday by plane after a one-day
stopover in Miami.
Collins has been devoting his time while here to con consultations
sultations consultations with members of the Senate and House and
with La Vern R. Dilweg, counsel in Washington for the
association, on legislative matters in which the association
is interested.

He came here expecting to
appear before the Merchant Ma Marine
rine Marine and Fisheries Subcommittee
of the Senate Interstate and
Foreign Commerce committee to

discuss Senate Bill 2167 which

wouia iransier uanai zone ope r- t

ations irom tne Army Depart-

ment to the Commerce Depart

meni. ..
The Subcommittee rnrnnn.

The appointment of Paul M. tive assistant to the covernor-nres-, he was emoloved as law editor for tered many delays ki hold-

Runnestrand as i executive sccreta-, ident, transferring to that post the West Publishing Com, of St I Int its hearinjs, however, that

ry oi me canaj .one government, irom me canal s Washington Of- I'aul until his employment in 19411 loiuns must return to t;

fr-..i a :i i j on i 1 i i .. i rm ui i

euvi-uve npi u i, ao sutveeu a..u. xtce wncre ne wasaiint tecre as an associate attorney m tne
Lombard who is retiring March 31, tary and attorney for the Panama General Counsel's office here. He
was announced yesterday by Canal Company for two years, t was promoted to assistant general
Gov. J.S. Sey bold. He will Runnestrand's appointment to counsel in August 1948 and contin contin-also
also contin-also retain tne title and the duties one of the top staff positions in the1 ued in that position until his trans trans-of
of trans-of executive assistant Jo the pre-. Canal organization comes after 15 fer to Washington in August 1953.
sident of the Panama Canal Com-years of broad experience in Pa-f ; Runnestrand will be the fourth
pany. inama Canal affairs. Most of his1 person to hold the office of execu-

Dunng the period of Lombard s service was in the office of t h e; tive secretary in the Canal organi-

Loy N. Henderson outlined mate, drinks, tea
department policy on cocktails in guests like

testimony before a house appro appropriations
priations appropriations 'subcommittee. The testi testi-'niony
'niony testi-'niony was reased last night.
- Henderson testified in connec connection
tion connection with the department's re request
quest request for $1 million to pay for en entertainment
tertainment entertainment in U.S. embassies and
consulates.

. He said the lunches, receptions
" and dinners which fall under-the
category of entertainment create!
friends for the United States. He,
said they make the embassy a
nrt of international center, and

add to the prestige and influence
of the United States,

"And they make .everybody leei
flood?" Rep. John .J Rooney (D (D-N.Y.);
N.Y.); (D-N.Y.); asked. v. '.. ;
f'Thev encburage friendly feel feelings."
ings." feelings." ilenderson replied, "furthoi-1
more, at these receptions we often
obtain' information which is desir-j
ed bv our government." I
"Most entertainments are cock
tail parties, arent't they?", Rooney
asked. I

coffee, whatever the

Byrd Jays 'Freeze1
Accomplished Goal:
More Understanding
NEW YORK, March 24 (UP)

Rear Admiral Richard E. Bvrd

He said the friendly

"should be considered as

Jap Plea For Delay
In Spring US TesIs
Denied; 'Hecessary1
WASHINGTON. Mar. 24 (UP)

And he added it is the opinion of said last night that the recent -1
the dnoartment "that this 'tool has "Operation Deep Freeze" exnerli- .d a JaPnese Pf"."

cocktail j never been used in a fully effecliva tioti which he led to the Antarctic KshTC

tests are vital to defense Qf the
free world. i

terminal leave from March 25 to general counsel.

31, Runnestrand will serve as act-i A native of Litchfield,

ing Executive secretary.
- For the past six months Runnest Runnestrand
rand Runnestrand has been employed as execu-

Minn..

Runnestrand was graduated trom
the University of- Minnesota with

zation. C.A. Mcllvame was ap

pointed to the post in March 1914
when the permanent Canal oper

ating organization was established

a bachelor of science deeree in! and served for more than 25 years.

1947 and a bachelor of law degreejHe was succeeded" by Frank H.
a year later" from the university's Wangb who served until his retire retire-law
law retire-law school. He was admitted to( ment seven years ago.
the Minnesota bar in 1938, to the ( Runnestrand and his wife and
Canal Zone bar in 1941 and later to two children, Sarah and Eric both
the bar of the Supreme Court of of whom were born o the Isth Isth-the
the Isth-the United States. mus, reside on Quarry Road, Bal-
After his admission to the bar.; boa Heights.""-:1-:;'"--':.'.' .-

a maior way.

MUGGSYMAGEE

"Cocktail parties are the
cheapest form of entertainment,"
Henderson said. "If we had mere
funds .we would have more lunch luncheons
eons luncheons and dinners and fewer cock cocktail
tail cocktail parties."
., "The piece de resistance of a
cocktail party is liquor, is it
not?" Rooney asked.
"We don't call them cocktail
parties," Hender son said. "We
cill them afternoon receptions. At
these afternoon receptions we

Russian Veterans
May Visit Ex-CIs

WASHINGTON, March 25 'UPi
The State Department said to today
day today it has no word yet that a
group of Russian veterans who'
want to visit the United States
ha'-'fi apnlied for visas.

Moscow radio heard in "London
said the Soviet veterans had acc acc-ccptcd
ccptcd acc-ccptcd an invitation from Amori Amori-i
i Amori-i can veterans they had met in C.er-

' many in 1945 to visit the United
States. :

accomplished its mam purpose

To transport equipment there for
the International Geophy s i c a 1

. j in a formal note delivered to
Interviewed bv Edward R. Mur.. th Jaoanese embassv here last

row in a television broadcast from Monday, the State Department
lis home in Boston, Byrd said the said "the possession and corn-

expedition also served its other petence in the use of nuclear

purpose,
further.

to' explore the Antarctic

The admiral, America's for e e-most
most e-most South Pole explorer, said
about IGY: "I'm impressed by
the chance for good will between
natins in this undertaking."
Byrd said the coldest tempera temperature
ture temperature he has ever been in was 83
degrees (f) below zero, during one
of his previous Antarctic trips.' He
noted the first ice breaker which
he used there almost 30 years ago
had only 200 horse power engines

compared with 31,000 horse power
of modern U.S. ice breakers.

THE FASTLICH LEAGUE recently held a "Muggsy Magee Day,
honoring; one of the Zone's all-time sports fans. Photographer
Ralph K. Skinner was along, and his record of the Teen-age
ballplayers' tribute to a great sportsman, is carried in today's
- Supplement.

Miracle Cures
Of 3 Daughters
Sought By Ccp

weapons by leading nations of
the free world are the chief de deterrent
terrent deterrent to aggression and to
war.' .'V-:-

Th note, released last night.

also rejected a. Japanese re-1
quest for advasce assurance the
United States will pay for any
damage or inconvenience the
tests may cause to Japan's ship--,
pin? or fishing. ; ; ,; ;,
, However, it said this country
would give "further considera consideration"
tion" consideration" to the matter If any offi

cial evidence is received atter
th tests of "substantial econo-

mlc losses"" by Japan or any of
its people. :
In Tokyo the Japanese foreign
office ..; said, after the rejection
was announced taht the United
States should take adequate pre precautions
cautions precautions during the tests.
ir'the' united States fails to
take precautions against dam damage,
age, damage, -"this becomes an illegal
act," the foreign office said.

LOURDES, Francej March 24
(UP) Three daughters of a New
York policeman one blind, one
paralyzed and one suffering from
leukemia bathed today at the
Grotto of Lourdcs.
. Their father, patrolman William
Maher, prayed for a miraculous
cure for at least one of them.

Anna Marie, Michcle and Marie. roloeical Research Institute spec

New Red Testing.
Done Underground
KYOTO, Japan, Mar. 24 (UP)

-The Kyoto University Meteo.

PAUL RUNNESTRAND

'Easter Egg KoII
Again Ike's" Bit
' WASHINGTON', March 24 (UP)

President Eisenhower will open
his spacious back yard again this
year for the traditional Easter
Monday egg roll, the White
House announced today.
The egg roll was resumed by

Mr. Eisenhower in 1953 alter a

! war-time lapse.

Alice (Maher, of Ilicksville,, N.Y.,
met Bishop Pierre M. Theas after
mass today and then went with
their father, to the Grotto where

uie spec- r

ulate today that the recent So- VOIIWS KCTireS
tfiat Munlna ovnlnolnn mlxt how

been set off underground. I Aff PT 4"? YPOr?

A 11C lllbll'UbC ICUUIICU

there i

was no abnormal difference in WASHINGTON, Mar. 24 (UP)
ntmnsnherin nressurp hetween Gen. J. Lawton Collins receiv-

tlie Soviet atomic tests or lastiea a neany 'ruuu iue. w yuu,

Rus- Doy; irom presment msennower

today on his reurement alter 43

Bernadette Soubirous saw a vi

sion of the virgin almost a century
ago.

The Mahers arrived by train November and the recent
earlv vpstprriav and thpv nlan to si an pyoeriments.

leave for Paris on the 8:56 tram The officials said they beiiev- years oi Army service,
tonight on their way home. led, therefore, that the Soviet Collins, former Army chief of
Anna Mario at a. (hp pldpst of device was exDloded under-staff, spoke with the President

lh three eirls is the leukemia ipround or was on a smaller! briefly after Mr. Eisenhower

sufferer. Michele was born blind. scale than previous test explo explo-and
and explo-and Marie Alice is paralyzed. 'sions. J nmif

Cool, Diz Beat
Will Rock Cats
NEW YORK, March 24 (TJP)
An 18-piece band, featurine

trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie, left

today for a 10-week concert tour

of the Middle East, under spon-

sorsnip or tne state Department.
The band will eive concerts in

Iran, India, Pakistan, Syria,
Greece and Yugoslavia. An ex exchange
change exchange visit to the United States,
possibly by a Turkish group, has

been scheduled tentatively. -BUY
AT HOME

broke away from a cabinet meet

ing to wish him well.

LOWELL, Mass. (UP) Bur Burglars
glars Burglars found only three nickels
when they rifled a service station
cash register here. They used the
nickels to buy cold drinks after
they tried unsuccessfully to force
open the soft drink dispenser in
the office.

Zone without appearing befota

Instead, Dilwee will submit a j
statement on Collins behalf for
the record of the subcommittee s
some time next week. f
Collins, who was accompanied
by Dilweg during his interview.

said mat tne only matter ; the
citizens' association is concerned
about In enate Bill 2167 Is sales
and services to employes of the

uanai zone.
He said the association's po position
sition position h that sales and services
should be received by the em employes
ployes employes at their direct cost only,
and that Canal tolls shouirt
carry any extra expenses of
the Zone. -

The association's views on
that subject, with sugrrr'H
changes In the proposed bill, 1 1
be outlined in Collins' statement f
to be presented to the subec r r-rnittee,
rnittee, r-rnittee, and another : statement
by Dilweg. I
Collins said that In his I
with members of Congress Jie re- f
ceived varying reactions, ; some
favorable to the association s ;
position and some opposed, ti 1
He said he did not bp!'"
that 2167 will pass Coi.r I
this year, but the assoctaluKt ;

wisnea to put Its views on the-
record. i
He and Dilwes expressed their I

appreciation of the attention t

given them by Rep. Carl Elliott
of Alabama.
. Elliott recently conduc t e d
hearings in the Zone on tl.s
minimum wage question and up upon
on upon returning here conferred for I
two hours with Collins and DO- j
weg, thoroughly exploring the
matter, they said.
Collins, said his stay here and
his contacts With congressmen 1
had impressed upon him the i:i 1
volved procedures necessary be- 1
fore legislation becomes law,

"I wa amazed to see sn he f

interests working on legislation, i

and tne hearings involved," he
Said.'.. '
"It was the first time that I
had participated in Capitol
Hill activities, and now I un understand
derstand understand why there are
many delays 'n getting legisla legislation
tion legislation through."
Collins and Dilweg said tb ?
would submit a draft bill con concerning
cerning concerning employes' retirement in
a week or ten days.
They worked on the prepo"
draft together during Colli:.
stay here and both cmif it :

for an hour with the Hou.-.e i -Islatlve
counsel concernini? it
The legislative counsel pi;
draft bills in the proper f r i
for submission to the Congrc

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SCAVENGERS, WAGE SLAVES, and others who
have been suckered into thinking fating essential, I was
brooding over a brew or two in Rolando's Hideaway the
other day, and wondering how Red the rickshaw wallah
had a hope of getting a nickel from the insurance com-
pany of the guy who allegedly broke the windscreen of
his Cantuta cab, because it is widely known around the
poolrooms and bar parlors and other temples of philos philosophy
ophy philosophy that the Cantuta cab has no windows.
Just stretches of brown paper, sketchily linked with
.. Scotch tape. :'
These things I was thinking, and furthermore the
cranial crepitation'touched on the announcement out of -Albrook
that starting soon MATS would be flying Con Connies
nies Connies Into Howard Field instead of Albrook.
Tinkered for a moment with the idea that this deci decision
sion decision may have been prompted by the fact that Connies
don't fit comfortably into Balboa High School, but soon
realized that I was wrong, as. always.
Seems the Air Force is going to keep trying at Al Albrook
brook Albrook with Globemasters, anyway. And everything else
that's going in there now.
But let me take this opportunity to tell you a little
thing that will draw from me no cries of astonishment. s
It is that after operating the Connies out of Howard
for a while, the Air Force will find these planes to be.
carrying so large a proportion of the traffic that it be becomes
comes becomes in the interest of more efficient operations that
other traffic is also routed through the same handling
facilities.
This would include much of the traffic, that at
present tickling the tiles of the school buildings at the
end of the Albrook runway. ; ;
And before you, realize it what will have Happened?
the Air Force will have removed the disputed opera operations
tions operations from Albrook to Howard, just as the parents of the
Canal Zone schoolkids have long been demanding.
They will have done so not under pressure of such
demand perish the thought but merely because it
became operationally preferable.
I would only pause to remind anyone who cares that
not so long ago it was unthinkable that Albrook flying H
operations, or any substantial part,thereof, be shifted to
Howard because of the cost involved in the switch. Far
more, for instance, than the cost Involved in putting up
a new school.- :-:v '-v:
It would be altogether rude of me to ask whether"
the cost of shifting servicing outfits has gone down,' ,or
whether the cost of building schools has gone up. It's
.just that there seems to have been some sort of change
m the balance. -
I'm glad some sort of a face-saving formula has been
found for easing off the Albrook operations.. Whether
the Air Force explanation is Connies or Ford'Trimotors
isn't important Just so long as there is a formula under
which no one, parent, schoolkid or Air Force officer, will
have to say; "We were wrong.". -
Face-saving naturally enough reminded me briefly
of China, wherr it is something of a national sport and
I understand on the program, for the, Olympics, when whenever
ever whenever they may be held in Peiping.
. And thinking of the Chinese reminded me of Com-f
munists.' And thinking of Communists reminded me of
the shouts of non-gladness which would greet any State Stateside
side Stateside adherent" of this cult who proposed abolishing the
obligation on United States citizens to abide by the Con Constitution
stitution Constitution of their country. :
There would be tch-tching, I suspect, in Louisiana
Pursed lips would be the vogue in loyal and patriotic
Georgia.- . ...
Reproving fingers would be wagged in South Caro Carolina.
lina. Carolina. 1
Now the other day a fellow actually, did get up and
say that certain holders of high public office should dis- ;
own any responsibility to the Constitution of the United
States. He further implied that the Supreme Court need
be paid no heed by these high officials unless they felt -in
the mood. ; .,-..
, There was no audible tch-tching in Louisiana. Lips
remained unpjirsed in Georgia. Reproving fingers went
unexercised in South Carolina.
The gentleman who advocated the overthrow
(through non-compliance by state governors) of the
constitution of the United States was Governor Kissin
Jim Folsom of Alabama.
It is only my allrencompassing foolishness that puts
me in the ridiculous position of not being able to dis distinguish
tinguish distinguish between his method of destroying the effective effectiveness
ness effectiveness of the Constitution, and the methods of the gents
whose Ideas are in the intellectual deep freeze, of the
Neva-Neva land of eternal No.
1 All I'm in need of is a quiet explanation. After all,
I'm interested in the Montgomery-Pretoria axis. Sweet
reason, in any of its forms, is my high delight. Specially
of poor little white lambs that have gone a-Strydom.
' Talking about sweet reason, did you hear of the
Canal Zone mother whose suspicion of all things non non-American
American non-American was such that she would not even let her kid
take Spanish?
After all, Stateside there were those two brothers in
New York who lived in an apartment stuffed with old
newspapers and other garbage, through which they scut--tied
like rabbits in a warren. N t
And there was Joe McCarthy. Permit me to repeat
the verb. Was.
All over you get goofy people. Just so long as you
can discipline yourself to pay less attention' to, them
than you do to the good folk who never do anything out
of the way to draw your attention, then there's no call
to worry about them.
Not even about whoever it was who wrote for un un-coming
coming un-coming Governor W. E. Potter the glad cry of greeting
to Zonians, as. relayed by United Press:
"I. . appreciate the problems of the Central Amer American
ican American people, and. . love (them) a good deal"
PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT this week is locked
in the archives of Congress, and by the account of the
United States Citizens Association's prescient president,
Winter Collins, likely to remain just there.
Anyway, what's not good enough for Congress, nor
for Governor John S. Seybold, nor for Gen. "William K.
Harrison, should by process of elimination be just about
good enough for this catchall column.
What is it that meets these specifications. Why, -none
other than Senate Bill
.2167 j
seeking to transfer control of the Panama Canal
Company from the Defense Department to the Com Commerce
merce Commerce Department.
Rid your mind of any worries regarding these al-
ternatives. Play the number with boldness, and you'll
be able to buy the Canal for yourself.

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All Washington Heads For Dig
Aeornautical Museum Is Monsy

WASHINGTON (UP) The
biggest aeronautical collection in
the world from ancient Chinese
kites to the first jet to break the
lound barrier will be housed
in a gigantic museum here.
It will be under the direction
of the Smithsonian Institution and
nrobablv will be called the

National Air Museum. Congress

first authorized constucuon or ine

building to house the collection in
1948, but funds have not yet been

provided, v
Hnuovnr the Institution is push

In? harder than ever to gei
in armronriate the

- vVfci vvj -., w -ri
long-delayed money. As it stands

Raleigh Remembers

o U.3. presidents

the caoitol square here stands an

Imposing monument to "the three

presidents North Carolina gave tne
nation.'
However, all three. Andrew
'TspVetn AnHrpw- Johnson and

James Knox Polk .were elected

from Tennessee.

4HCr6 13 even aunic vut'iwii

about whether Jackson was born

In North Carolina. On the night of

his birth, his mother was journey'

lng to visit friend in nearby
South Carolina. Jackson was born
at a bouse en route, but no one is
sure whether the house was in

North or South Carolina.4

Digginq Up Dough
Proves Real Chore
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (UP)-
Whfffi -Tiictip Vriurnrri rirccoi eot

nrn u ffis- nnn r wi iuui ia n

ns said-he would try and 'dig it
up." And he wasn't kiddin?.
Harris, accompanied by Mecosta

County Sheriff Howard L. Soper

and a state trooper dug up $2,990
buried in: quart jars in his barn
and one of his sons provided the
other $10 so be 'could be released

on bond on a felonious assault
charge.

now, the Smithsonian is so short of
space it has crammed some of

a aviation exhibits into an old
tin shed nearby. Some of these
have never been uncrated.

Hundreds of planes, most of
them "famous firsts," are await

ing admission in the proposed air
museum. The Air Force has some

:200 planes in storage, and many

more are scattered in hangars all
over the country.
The big problem facing archi architects
tects architects is that such a superstruc superstructure
ture superstructure would dwarf all surrounding
monuments and buildings, includ including
ing including the capital. The building would
be nearly 80 feet high and about
480 by 1,000 feet.
Some planners think v the site
should be in an outlying area
where it could not overpower ar architecturally
chitecturally architecturally whatever is near it.
Others feel that a "strong national
desire" dictates having the build building
ing building close to the other important
museums of Washington. Whatever
the decision is, the site 4s sure to
be a -big tourist attraction.

Large crowds now see many of

ine "lamous ursts m aviation his history
tory history at 'the present Smithsonian
exhibit. The Wright Brothers' Kit Kitty
ty Kitty Hawk plane and Lindbergh's
"Spirit of St. Louis" hang from
the ceiling,' supported bv steel

girders.' Lindbergh's silver mono monoplane
plane monoplane has been seen by more peo people
ple people than any other plane in history;.
In addition to ancient Chinese

and European kites, the institution
has models of crafts by the 16th
century jack-of-all-trades. Leonar

do da Vinci. These exhibits will

all be transferred once the con contemplated
templated contemplated air museum is com completed.
pleted. completed.
The air museum will want only
significant crafts that have made
aviation history. Each plane will
have to pass through "rigid stand standards
ards standards of importance" before be becoming
coming becoming part of the collection.
The exhibit will include some

lighter-than-air balloons, Wiley

Post s globe-circling "Winnie Mae?
and some World War I and II

planes, including Billy Mitchell's
famous Spad.

The first jet to break the sound

barrier, the Bell XI, and rocket
"firsts" are expected to be in the

incomparable collection.

Sign Firms Casing
Michigan Span Site
ST. IGN'ACE, Mich. (U?) -The
sign companies already are
looking-for spots to put up bil'
boards that will be seen by moto
ists coming into Michigan Upp
Peninsula over the Mackiir
Bridge.
The $100 million span, now half
completed, is scheduled to open

ior irame in ivovember, 1957.
Ellsworth" (Frenchv) Valliere

who owns about 11 acres of land!
just east of the St. Ignace ap-f
proachjo the five-mile bridge, said
he has had five "nibbles" for his
property from speculators. I
"The best offer was from a sign
company," Valliere said. "They
want to put up five big signs so
northbound traffic can read the
advertising aS they come into the
Upper Peninsula. But I haven't
made up my mind what I'll do
yet." J

rkd Cress

A factory werktr rtvivtd if
r binq ovfrcom by gat fum-
... a highway accidtnt victim
,rtned from bleeding to death
.... a swimmtr savtd f ram
rowninq .. Thtsa arc ftw of
the results of first aid and wifar
safety instruction given by the
Red Cress. Join the Red Cross,
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paign campaign and keep its safety in instructors
structors instructors on the job!

gm t II f Marcel
Grace Kelly Starts IrousseauS,

Shopping. Appears at Wedding ii

Marcel Palmare, the Monaco con- ties.

and his wife. Her own friends "We know how trj-v she's

until she arrived to com- to be. so we decided to wa;t t

;plete plans for some of the tradi-'. she got here to see what she'd r

Uonal bnde-to-be parties. fer, one close friend commer,

There will be a "miscellaneous") Miss Kelly will srnd Fl

ower attended by 16 friends next Sunday with her family in I i.

week and several small dinner par- idclplua and then return here.

SHORT DURATION
MERCED, Calif. (UP, The
title of Merced city veterinarian
lasted only five minutes. The city
council created the new municipal
cost only to rescind it action in
favor of another solution. Officials
decided it was more practical to
deputize a regular veterinarian as
a deputy poundmaster to vaccinate
dejs and issue licenses.

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timelesa beauty. Left to right:
Burgundy, Pointed Antique, Marlborough,
Tlorentine Lace, Georgjan Rose, Francis I.
SHAW'S

NEW YORK, March 24 (UP)

Grace Kelly attended the wedding
yesterday of one of her brides-;

maids before beginning a final 12

days of trousseau shopping for her
own marriage to Prince Rainier

III of Monaco.

The actress returned to Iter

Fifth Avenue apartment from Hol

lywood Thursday night and said
on her arrival she would attend

actress Rita Gam's wedding. Mi.ss

Gam, who will be one 06 Miss Kel

ly's bridesmaids at the ceremony

April 19 m Monte Carlo, married

Thomas H. Guinzburg, 29, a pub

lishing executive.

Miss Kelly told reporters who

met her at the airport that she

would spend most of the ime

shopping for' her trousseau before

she sails for Monaco on April 4.
"I've had no opportunity to do
any shopping because I've been
working so hard on the picture,"

she explained. She recently com

pleted the film "High Society" fnr
MGM Studios, which may be her
last movie.
have not asked for a re!rase

from my MGM contract," she said

when reporters asked about her
future movie plans. "I'm taking s
year's leave of absence,"
The Prince had said earlier that
she would not make any more mo movies,
vies, movies, and the 26-year-old actress
emphasized that his word will
be final
"I agree with whatever he de decides,"
cides," decides," she said. i
The, future princess patiently an-i
s we red reDorters mipstinn. fih.

admitted she was a little nervous

and "very excited" about hqr
wedding, then added wearily:
''The Prince and I are awful'.
tired reading about ourselves. av.
we thought other people would be
also."

Nie was met at tne airport by

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; Example of th frwinr Importance of the lUllan InAuence to
home furnfshlnn is this formal but affordable oettlnr. Color
i arheme of black, fray and white U hljhllihtfd by fold cndle cndle-ticki
ticki cndle-ticki and s vinyl tile floor of brilliant turauoUe,

BY KAY SHERWOOD
NEA Staff Writer
One expression of the general
trend toward more elegance in
home furnishings speaks out with
a richly romantic Italian accent to
beguile homemakers.
fispecailly for those who cannot
iwarm to cozy provincial or tweedy
modern, the formality of gilded
; accessories more prnnte t Curui Curui-ture,
ture, Curui-ture, marbled tables and even the
carnival motifs that smack of Ve Venetian
netian Venetian gaiety are .as provocative
us a cluster of resort travel fo'.d fo'.d-rr
rr fo'.d-rr on a chccrles day.
1 Mo 'Wupr soft oinks.
bronzes and golden tons accent accenting
ing accenting black, white and gray open VF
fresh color schemes.
mi ui. vti
is pegged in tr.e vumumi
price bracket. It can be plannt-d
at affordable prices. I recently
tsur cum nt a setting which was

I photographed so you could enjoy
' it, too. Most of the key matlcnals
are either available or soon .will
i be close io home.
: The area U small. UndLstitt-

ni:hrt hv noteworthy view or in
teresting architectural features. A
! wallpaper mural pro viae s ine
view and establishes tne iiauan
theme.
It g a scene of a carnival In Ve Ve-;
; Ve-; nice skillfully done in perspective
so that the area appears larger
than it is. Since murals have bo bo-come
come bo-come more popular and less ex ex-'
' ex-' pensive, many local wall paper
ami naint siorpR carrv samole
books covering a wide, range of
, subjects. -.
"Read me a made-up story," the
toddler begged his father. "Silly,"
aid the sister, "you don't read s
made-up story. You tell it." "Read
me a made-up story," the Baby
begged again. Father, who knew a
perfect audience when he heard it,
opened a book and made up a story
about a little boy and his sister.
Baby knows how he wants .; t o
play, but it may not be your way.
So if you build him a block tower,
don't be surprised if he finds enjoy
ment in knocking it down rather
than imitating you.
Baby's birthday can bring a tre tremendous
mendous tremendous number of the same kinds
5f toys stuffed animals, pounding
fovs. blocks. Many can be stored
n the top of the closet for rainy
iuy, a visit to the doctor or sick sick-"esj.
"esj. sick-"esj. Actual duplicates can be giv giv-m
m giv-m to neighbor Babies.
A bathrobe for Baby is a good in investment.
vestment. investment. Aside from its practical
:fes at suppertime and for break-
'ast, it makes a-very necoming
arb for good-nights to guests.
One kind of chair-in-table for Ba Ba-iv
iv Ba-iv feeding has a chair that can be
,uined around. In this position, and
-vith the legs adjusted properly,
iabv can sit up to the table with
hn family. Be sure to put a plastic
..at at his place.
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In keeping with the formal feel feeling
ing feeling of the room, the color scheme
centered around gray, white and
mack Jit with cold and a bncht
cerulean blue. Black, wroughtn. i-
ron table frame and chair accent
the harlequin thme with brass brass-studded
studded brass-studded curves reminiscent of the
trimmings on a jester's costume.
Chair cushion seats are covered in
diamond-patterned cotton. Mikel
Carvin designed table and chairs.
Instead of a glass top, the tablu
is fitted with a homemade top
that .looks, like soft gray marble
but is a new development in lam laminated
inated laminated plastic. A new manufactur manufacturing
ing manufacturing process makes it possible to
produce marbleizes patterns with
infinite variations on the basic co coloration
loration coloration so that no two sheets are
exactly alike.
Milano color way are clear but
muted: gray and while with Dale
pink and yellow accents Is the
combination chosen for the black
iron table. I also think the an
tique pattern in shaud of soft o-
chre, bronze green and white is
stunning.
, Although this laminate is rather
expensive, about .75 cents a sauar
foot, it's a material the home han
dyman can work with, and a few
square feet could do wonders to
rejuvenate an om iron table.
The one strong clear color note
m tne setting is the floor. .Vinvl
I tile in a bright turquoise is the
'practical but beautiful background
tor the predominantly neutral
scheme.
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Po shed cotton for the young, set's Easter Sunday Is sprigged with spring blossoms this year
full-skirted dress with velvet sash (left) has all-over leaf pattern. Extended shoulder line
forms brief sleeves. Tiny spring blossoms are scattered (right) over this dress with Peter Pan
collar and tiny sleeves. There's a tailored velveteen belt. Both dresses are by Kate Greenaway.

BY GAILE OUGAS
NEA Woman's Editor
NEW YORK (NEA) Defi-
nitely, the kiddies will dress for
Laster Sunday tins year.
In many instances, their fash
ions will be miniatures of the
clothes worn by mother or big sis sister..
ter.. sister.. The difference is, of course,
that little sister's clothes will be
scaled down in interpretation as
weit a-iTr-trr
j Just as in adult fashions, the
icn-emblo is important to c h i I.

HJiercver IJou oCive, 3Vs
5(y fabric Jlds Spring.

BY GAILE DUG AS,
NEA Women's Editor

NESV YORK (XEA) What
you wear is a matter decided
lartelv by the climate in which
yon live. But the chances are very
good this year that wherever you
live, your wardrobe will include
silk.
Whether it be suit, dress or
Coal, silk is top fabric for spring.
It may be light enough to pull
througii a ring or it may be a
pien's-wear type suiting with a
high luster in a mixture of silk

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(Pure silk takes two very different fashion forms for Easter (
jSunday. Nub-faced pure silk In pale honey tone (left) Is used
for suit with semi-fitted jacket by Mollis Parnis. Model wears;
jit with a ranch mink stole by Leo Hitter. Fresh white coin dotsi
'are scattered over the surface of a dress in moonstone blue pure
flllk shantung(right). This is from Harvey Berin,- Long bodice,
forms molded line above. easy skirt with pleated side panels.
There's a touch of white organdy at the neckline.

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dren's styles this year. When you
buy an ensemble for your smail
daughter, you'll be offered dress
plus cover-up in almost any form
from brief bolero to full length
coat.-. . ;'.
Some of the jackets have back
buttons (not for the little girl who
has a hard time dressing without
mommy's help). Some just hit the
waistline and some take on the
Empire look. They couldn't be
smarter and ther"Totrttn1 br
more like mother's.
This Empire look is, by the way,

and worsted. It may rustle, swish

1 or float.
! The variations on silk are near-
silks, silk alpaca and silk mohair.
There are fi!k chiffons, baratheas
(in dress weights this year), shan shantungs,
tungs, shantungs, taffetas, pongees, failles
ana crepes. Navy take top place
on the silk list but it's followed
closelyy by the beige tones. Black
is important, too, particularly in
the bilks with luster.
as smart for your little girl as it
is for you. It comes in all s i i e
ranges and is done with streamer
bows placed front or back, with
rows of buttons or flat, tailored
bows to mark the Empire line.
In fabrics, you've your choice of
cottons (polished, dotted Swisu,
swishy organdie), the silk blends,
embroidered nylon, and the
tweeds in all weights. Nylon
sheers (for the warmer climates).
fTff fTo very"""p 5 steT" e mbroldorlc;
Blossoming over skirt and collar
only,

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The slim and beautiful black dress for Easter Sunday is done'
by Roxane of Samuel Winston in black silk linen. This sleeve sleeveless
less sleeveless sheath Is beltless; yoke is in sheer black chiffon. Pink flower
petal hat is by Lilly Dache.

Jear Of XftipieaJanl

JflaleS Ud Erratic Parent

BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE i
IN the bathroom.' Joan ihas left)
the toothpaste tube uncapped,!
bath powder on the floor and her!
towel and pajamas in a messy i
tangie..
Though she's not yet left for
school,, we. don't call her to come
and correct this disorder. Instead,,,,
we tidy the bathroom ourselves
some unpleasantness between us.
A.fuG, one. uuciiua ua HKiiiui
1 f AM .hil AfffinH .... a. M I H
Home from school with a friend,,!
mey eat tne caKe we mtcnaea tor
dinner. And again, we resentfully
put right what Joan has put
wrong, preparing a new dessert
without explaining how we feel.
After the meal, she is talking on
the telephone when we ask her
the whereabouts of our magazine.
She doesn't answer and we blow
up. In an angry scene, we accuse
her of selfish disregard of us,
WE are unjust. Though our 15
year-old daughter owes us inter
est in bathroom order and family
dinner plans, she can't give us in
terest in our magazine while she s
telephoning. ...
Our demand that she can and
should is our unexpressed resent resentment
ment resentment of ber previous behavior.
Now exploding, it betrays us into
maiung an issue of the wrong
thing and makes us appear to be
a cruel and unreasonable parent.
In these situations, there is only
one thing to do. Recognizing that
unexpressed anger has made a
fool of us, we withdraw our criti criticism
cism criticism of Joan's telephone conver conversation
sation conversation to tell her how we f e 1 1
about the bathroom and the cake.
Fear of unpleasantness with
cniidren is bound to make us ap
pear erratic and unjust parents.
THE fear, by forcing us to ac accept
cept accept some action by the child to
which we actually object, forces
ben to offend us aeain. For she's
got to discover bow we feel about
what she's doing. Sensing our an antagonism
tagonism antagonism but unable to explain
it, she becomes anarv with our re
fusal to declare ourselves and
misbehaves again.
In the end, our inflated sense of
injury is exploded by some trivial
conflict as a pinprick burst a bal balloon.
loon. balloon. And we break out into exag exaggerated
gerated exaggerated attack over some minor
issue that convinces the child
are an irrational person.
Part of our craving for perpe perpetual
tual perpetual pleasantness with children" is
due to the "love" cultists of the
child guidance profession who
have made us ashamed of parent parent-child
child parent-child conflict. But part is also due
I to a more serious problem or in-
i iitti.Muy uciuduu iui a never um um-jturbfd
jturbfd um-jturbfd never risked, unchanging
"security."

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BY ALICIA HART
, NEA Beauty Editor
manufacturer, who has not
brought out a new fragrance in
some years, has just been put on
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gance, but by no means of the
I.MK iiihtkhi ii an AriArtt4i it
Brand new perfume for spring
is made, bottled and sealed In
France. The fragrance's theme
is nostalgic. v s
According to the maker, the
deep emerald color of this new
scent is entirely natural and due
to the ingredients. It contains ci citrus
trus citrus notes, milskv nnt and is Ha.
finitely sophisticated.
V SDrm? is a nnnnlar tim (a.
presenting a new scent. Many of
me vuiues 01 penume mat carry
one thrrttiuh th wintai. m
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getting old and losing thir top
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uuics. inusv wuinen aiso seeK a
brighter, crisper scent to go with
new fabrics, fashions and hats.
Though she may., never change
her hasirtvnp a wnmin 1,'Irna in
. X .'W..1WU IV
explore new, fragrance possibili
ties, a siiopping expeaition to tne
fragrance counter is. as mucljin
older in this season as a trip Tlo

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WHEREVER YOU

BY ALICIA HART
NEA Beauty Editor
1 Prospective mothers, no less

than any other womer, like to feel
that the new season means new
clothes and a fresh look.
But this isn't always so easy. If
the budget for maternity clothes
is being robbed to furnish t h e
nursery or buy baby clothes, there
may be little left for a new ma maternity
ternity maternity suit or even a jacket.
A good, but modest investment
is an artificial flower. L o t of
them are on the counters for fas faster
ter faster and the selection is wide Im Imported
ported Imported ones may run to a couple
of dollars, but they are bright and
imaginative. American-made Ones
are more economical. 2ucn a
flower can dress up the neckline

oColion for Jilcliei
J4a5 jbhpenJer

BY ALICIA HART
NEA Beauty Editor
ECONOXY SIZED bottles of
hand lotion with attached dispen
sers are being offered by more and
more companies. The latest com
pany to oner one has made a ter-
drop shaped bottle for their lotion
with a drop-by-d r o p dispenser
thrown in.
The dispenser is a great help in
areas like the kitchen, where the!
means that the bottle can be used
without removal from the shelf.
It is also, it seems, an irresistible
attraction to children. In families
where all the kids help with drying
the dishes, many find that the kids
line up to get their squirt after the
job is done. These are the same
kids who find nondispenscr bottles
the biggest bore in the world.
A white, nonperfumend lotion is
probably best for any site where j
the husband and kids are going to
use it. You may like something
more fancy for yourself, but
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mere s no narm in uavuig i w u
kinds.

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YOUNG women may get away
with fad diets that consist ot eat
ing a dozen eggs a day, or grape grapefruit,
fruit, grapefruit, and hamburger for a week,
bur these diets a r e definitely i
more dangerous for mature wo women
men women than for others.
It's just plain silly for a grown
woman to undertake a serious
diet without an exmination and
recommendation from her doctor.
One woman undertook to cut
out sweets to lose a. few pounds
easily, she felt, and soon was
quite fick. She, like most per persons,
sons, persons, needed her sugar for ener energy,
gy, energy, iriut her balance, it turned out,
was extra-dependent on little
things like sugar in the coffee.
It is quite dangerous for a ma

toaster Shoping
(9or fKicldtes

oJakes PL

qnntng

.p.
Buying an Easter suit for Mike
mother has prepared carefully

lis interested right now, but mother has a toy in readiness if he
?:ets cranky. Mother surveyed the stores in advance and knew -n
what department to find suits to fit This one's by Twigs )

Jor shoulder of that same old pleat pleated
ed pleated suit. They are also the top fa favorite
vorite favorite distractions from the balgo
'in front.
j A yard or two of veil costs 2l 2l-most
most 2l-most nothing. But it's floaty nd
'spring like. It also adds airy-',
j looking width above the middle.
j Women who sew can stretch th
'budget to cover a new jacket. A,
' f anv ntia tnr r fvpnintf pan hm

made simply on flared pyramid
lines with a bateau or scoop neck neckline.
line. neckline. A noniustrous fabric is best best-Many
Many best-Many of the more dressy cotton
fabrics are perfect for maternity
wear. '.-.,.' -.
At; worst, any presnant woman
iCan afford a new pink lipstick to
i go with her new glowing color,
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Big bottle of lotion, with at-'
tached dispenser, is kept in
kitchen for all the family to
use after doing dishes.
ture woman to do even a littla
self-doctoring in her diet. As a
matter of fact, many grown wo women
men women find out from their doctors
that their diets are seriously lack lacking,
ing, lacking, even though they may satisfy
hunger. He finds this out by tests
and examinations.
He may recommend many die dietary
tary dietary changes, some of which may
surprise the patient. Certainly, if
one is troubled by weight loss,
weight gain, fatigue, jumpiness,
indigestion, constant hunger or,
loss of appetite, diet may have
something to do with it. But only
a 'competnt physician who does
careful records and examinations
can recommend dieting for two-.,
man in her middle and later
years.
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isn't such a hard job, since his
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THE SlDAT A.MF.7.ICAN
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MATfHEWS-McBRlDE WEDDING PLANS ANNOUNCED
It. and Mrs. R. C. Ashman announce the engagement of
Mrs.. Ashman's daughter, Barbara Rea Matthews, of Norfolk,
Virginia, to Lt. (je) John Bruce MeBride, son of Mr. and
Mrs. R, H. McBride of Aliquippa, Pennsylvania.
Miss Matthew is a graduate of Maury High School, Nor Norfolk,
folk, Norfolk, Virginia, and Is currently attending Canal Zone Junior
College. Lt. (jg) McBride is a 1953 graduate of Edinboro
College of Pennsylvania where he received a B.S. degree in
math and biology. He. Is currently serving at Headquarters,
Fifteenth Naval District, and is awaiting further orders to
Pensacola, Florida, for flight training.
An early spring wedding is planned.

f

t which followed, reports were read

hy the chairmen ot various com

mittees: Mrs. J. L. Sugar, Scholar

ship; Mrs. M. I. Nash. Activities
(in charge of the Spelling Bee);

Mrs. fye ISorris, fenny fcociai;
Mrs. R. L. Brians, Membership;
Mrs. V. L. Morris. Program. In

accordance with the constitution,
the chairman of the Nominating
committee, Mrs. W. F. French,
Drescnted the slate of Officers for

the Club year 1956-57: President,

Mrs. W. E. Rushing; First Vice Vice-president,
president, Vice-president, Mrs. J. A. Bialkowski;

Second vice-president, Mrs. w, j.
Peterson; Secretary, Mrs- E. E.

Hamlm; Treasurer, Mrs. c. a.
Townshend. The election of Offi-j
wilt la'tif dace at the' April:

General Assembly, at which time

further nominations may oe maae
from the floor.
Mrs. J. M. Brown, president, an announced
nounced announced that letters had been sent
to Mr. Esser, Mr. Collinge and
Miss Elkins inviting them t0-attend
the finals of the Spelling Bee

at the Cristobal itign scnooi auui auui-toriura
toriura auui-toriura at 7 p.m. on Friday, March

mri that ih( hODed a larjfef ft"u a""" unuc ouun wuicu auicu auirii mi jrraicruny

' k h (iih mtmhe r s! at ine Manama Hotel, miss iioiste is the daugnter or Capt.
number of the Uun me m p e r s Ha,0, vnr w-nhe r.A ti'

Thirst Not Proper
Guide For Drinking

EROOKINGS. S t). (IT) A
South Dakota Sta'e I'c'.Wte o'.h-,
ical sas thirst is not nei.e-aril
a guide to adequate water dnns-i
m.
An extension nutritionist. Rena
Wills, said one shuuld be conscious
of the amount of water he drinks'
, because various factors .jtiecti
; thirst A lower than normal waterl
! intake results ln'Josf annniitp. and'

i undernutrition.
I A. mnjtAratplv ptit-A nurcnn tn

the temperate zone can get along

aueiluaitMy on mom nvc ana one one-half
half one-half pints of water daily.

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TO BEST FIT YQU.7

CIJIID'S I.'EEDS :sr.J0Sffij
Earh tablet contains Vi grains of pure AF-I,J

aspirin the preferred standard of accu

rate dosaee measure. Children

or-- flavor. AccCDt no atibsl

get St. Joseph Aapirin For .Children.

wonto umiit aiuwe aapmiN re chiidmn

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ij MISS BARBAR AHOLSTE was orie of he star attractions of
e Ann Lattin's ''Little Show" which scored such a hit yesterday
I of tVia T?l Danqmn Until Xfif TTnlcl-a In Va nnnl.taH .f rnv

j They are planning to spend Eas Easter
ter Easter in New York.

Farewell Party Planned
For Mmt. Julienne Vast

' Dr. and Mrs. Jean Canavaggio!
and Mr. Guy Canavaggio jointly) Cocktails
will give a party in honor of Mme. Miss Ann Boyle, of the United
' Julienne Vassc, wife of the French; States Embassy, gave a cocktail
Ambassador who is lea v in g'i party on Thursday night at her
shortly on vacation. i home.
The affair, will be held at thei

home of Mr. Guy Canavaggio in
Golf Heights on April 9th.

niiH iikft ho nrpspnt. The interest

iini.ri in thp Snollina Bee by pu

pils, parents and teachers had

been most grauiuiB.
At the close of the meeting, re-

frv,monia uifrr served by Mrs,

J. F Meehan and her committee.

Ail.-:- CM Art ShflW

mi tain iv
Sponsored By Ntwcomtr's Club

All tnieresiea arums h"11"-1'"1
i tn th fnrthcomine Atlantic

cu. thnw rp reauested to.

enter their paintings at the Red
Cross Building Lounge, Old Cris Cristobal,
tobal, Cristobal, on Thursday, between, the

hours of 4 to p.m.

Paintings must ,be framed and
wired for hanging. Each artist is
limited to 3 (three) entries.

Artists must be at least ia years

old or older, and residents or tne
Atlantic Side of the Isthmus.
ir-V,ihit nitl nnpn to the DUD-

lie from March 31 through April 8

and is sponsored by tne iNewconi iNewconi-er's
er's iNewconi-er's Club. There will be no admis

sion charge.
To Spend Holy Wook j
In Managua i '
The Rev. John H. Townsend, Ex-
.n..iiv' iSerretarv of Missionary,

District of. the Canal Zone, left
,nini for Mananua. ni-

r ruiay nnjiii.i.,

Holste of Fort Kobbe, and

Lattin's School of Dance.

a pupil of Miss

Icaragua to spend Holy Week and going to be repeated intact at the
I'T.tn. L'. VLk. C : n lf.

Easter. IFort Kobbe Service Center Mon-

Rev. Townsend plans to return dav at 8 n.m. Manv of the chil

dren in the show live at Fort Kob Kobbe.
be. Kobbe. This performance is especial especially
ly especially dedicated to the children and
their friends. All are welcome.

is There is no charge.

to the Isthmus on April 3.

"Llttla Show" V
To Co On At Fort Kobbe x
Ann Lattin's "Little Show"

Arrives For Eastor Vacations

Cirh notice tot Inclusion In
column should, nbmiUd in type typewritten
written typewritten form and mailed l
the bos nnmhera Hted dally lit "So "Social
cial "Social and Olhenwwe," re delivered
hy hand to the ottice. Notitea of
meeting eannot be accepted by telephone.

At Mrt John W. Shiw'l

A benefit card and tea party
was given recently for the benefit
of the British Aid Society at the
home of Mrs, John W. Shaw in
Campo Alegre.
About, sixty-five ladies attended.
The door prize was won by Mrs.
Una Arias.

'Pot Luck' Lunch At
Mrs. Earl Schilling's
Thp Kalhnn Women's Club and

Mr Innia Martin7 Jr. arrived i farH Grnim will have a "Dot luck I

Thursday night by plane to spend luncheon at the Westwood farm:
the Easter Vacations with his par- home of Mrs. Earl Schilling,!
enis. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Martinz Thursday.

of Golf Heights. j Gueiu m arrive time iH.; Pan; Am.rieW- Day

OH,- f'i4,n fomitv Tilan tfi a n r, m T nnihnnn t 'l h ri'Pti T .Q!OI

spend a few days at their country! at 12:30.
home in Cerro Punta before young!

Mr. Martinz returns to his studies! Benefit Card And Tea

at the Taft School, Wartertown,
Connecticut, on the 9th of April.
Farowoll Party Planned For
Mr. And Mr. E. M. McGinnia
Arrangements are being made
for a farewell party honoring Mr.
and Mrs. E. M. McGinnis of Ba( Ba(-boa
boa Ba(-boa who are leaving the Isthmus
in Mav after a residence of many

years. Mr. McGinnis, Architectur- Caribbon College Club
ai unrnnppr in the : Enfiineermg n.nri Ac.mhi

Division, is retiring March 31. The General Assembly of the

The 'despedida' is planned for; Caribbean College Club was held
:30 p.m. Friday, May 4, in thetat the Red Cross rooms in Cristo Cristo-Ferii
Ferii Cristo-Ferii Room of the Tivoli G u e s t i,al on Tuesday, March 20. Mem Mem-House.
House. Mem-House. Iters of -the Garden Study group,
Tickets for the farewell party, at. who were resnonsible for the pro-

$4 per person, may be obtained (gram, decorated the room .with
from Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, at 2-!vases 0 flowers and potted plants,
. r f t t n T nUA;MMnn

ZHtfi or z-iaau, or iium mi. and Mrs. r.usiace lkk, vuvumau

Program

T VSIDI) IB1IV ...... .,,
The Colon Unit of the IAWC will

sponsor a Pan-American uay pru pru-Hanci
Hanci pru-Hanci in he held at the

Washington Hotel, April 14 at 7:30
p.m. ,
. UAmliArs &nn thpir cuests are

invited to attend. Also invited are
the Consular Corps and their
wives, the officials of Panama,
the Canal Zone and the Armed
Forces.

C. Myers, at 2-1469 or 2-3053.

Buffet at Tiffany Richardson
Mr. and Mrs.Tiffany Richard Richardson
son Richardson were hosts at a buffet supper
at their hnnlp at Pflraue Lefevre

1 .. iA t Ikflltt. fvlAn1e An i

HI aIUUl W VI IHCll IUVMMJ
Friday;' -
Eugene McGrathi Leaving
For U.S. . .
, oiirl Mra Fnapno fp(rath

ar lavins for the United States mpntn nf the nrpAsinn

tonight by plane for a short stay.' During the business meeting

aim ....... j m...-
nf thn tho ffrmio'. introduced Mrs

Stanley Guest, who spoke on "How

to care for native orenms. wrs.
Guest had brought several of her
own orchids, .which were in bloom,
nnH Head thpm In illustrate her

points to a large audience,, .which
evinced great interest by their
minut'innc Hni'iii? and after the

talk. A beautiful arrangement, of

Vanrls orchids was presented to

Mr. Lee bv Mrs. Guest as a me-

COTYl

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Pan American Day Program
At Colon LAWC t. .
mu i-ir,lA TTnit. nf the T.A.W.t

will sponsor a Pan-Am"icJn,?tt

program ana aance w uc

the Wasnxngiun xiu,

Members and their Ruests'are

Invited to attena. aiso mv
are the Consular Corps jand
their wives, the officials of Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, the canal' Zone and tne
Armed Forces.'

Seismologist Calls

Earth's Core Solid
. CLEVELAND, Ohio (CPV-The
earth's innermost core Is solid, not
linuM a H:irihRi in most con

ventional hypotheses, according to

Prof, L. Don Leet, narvara uni university
versity university seismologist.
He bases his new hypothesis on
seismological research, the meas measurement
urement measurement of the speed at which
nsfthnoolra KWM trVel thrOUEh

different materials in the e.arth.

. He said tne outermost layer
20-mile thick crust, probably crys crystalline.
talline. crystalline. A region called the mantle
extends another 1,800 miles below
this. Inward from the mantle the
earth's core begins,
"For still another 1,360 miles the
core transmit no shear waves,"
he added. "The innermost 790
miles of the core is probably solid.
Sick Trees Demand
Expert First Aid
RTAMirnRn form fUP)

Trees involved in highway acci

dents otten neea ursi am.
An out-of -control truck or auto
mav corimiclv rfphark a tree trunk.

As soon as possible, says Dr. Phil Philip
ip Philip L. Rusden, pathologist of the
Bartlett Tree Research Labora Laboratories,
tories, Laboratories, "paint the scar with an

antiseptic wounj aressing.
"If you are iu a rural area,
nlnctarinff the wound with fresh

cow manure is' even better.
Next,- shade the wound to keep
the sun from drying out the dam damaged
aged damaged tissue. Build a ring of burlap
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aoout tne wounaea area, auowiug
cotrsfol inrhp nf air snare be-

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something new has been added ;
to our popular Sunday evening
STARLIGHT BUFFET. ..
. : from 7 p.m. f 9th Floor
, ANITA RAVEL.
Last appearance tonight!

Our singing Sensation will -add even more pleasure to your -enjoyment
of this lovely, dry-season buffet in the air-

conditioned Bella Vista Room or outside terrace. Anita's lovely to look at, delightful to
hear uith a captivating voice. And need we remind yon how captivating our buffet iU

self is? Or how irresistible the music of Clarence Martin's Orchestra?

Anita Ravel sings at 8:30 and 11:30 p.rR.
Come to the buffet or drop In to hear
her after the movies (no cover,
no minimum)

Buffet $3.50 per person
Call Max, 3-1660, for table reservations

Ml?;

A Klfkeby Hotel C foA

UNDAMAGED BY 524,880 KIIIFE-ED.GE IMPACTS
3-T NYLON HOW MAKES POSSIBLE A NEW AND BETTER

FUBGLGSS SUPER-CUSHION

Lift Romance Braasiere.
Circle-ttitcheii cotton cupi ,
cater to your comfort
. .: Veep you alluring.

M Qcujiime .
Life Thrill Brassiere.
The new underbust design lifts,
molds and aupporta with
comfortalle (irmnesi.

Lift Confidential Brassiere. The thin
padding gently shapes the bustline for
today's higher, rounder look.
Perfect with sweaters, blouses.

pp Now
cife Urnssiorcs
by Formfit
Here are brassieres particularly suitable
" ""' for your many "activities Formfir r
designs brassieres that will enhance each
ensemble of your wardrobe.
THE FORMFIT COMPANY Export Dept. Chicago 7, U.SA
factory tepreientaf ives
A. A. SASSO, CIA. LTDA.
, Apartada Postal 63 Ti. 2-2267, Panama

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Hera' murdereus fast fer tlrel Track raili
were laid edgewise to male knife-sharp sur surface.
face. surface. Then, a test driver took. 3-T Nylon cord
tires back and forth over this torture rack. After
more than half a million jarrins; impacts, the
tire were carefully examined inside and out.

'And no iirt htdy damage of any kind could b$
found! Not one tire rord was broken! Inrred
ible? Just more proof that you can't beat Triple
Trmperrd 3-T Nylon cord for miracle atrengtlj
and safety. And only Goodyear has.it.

Ollfy 3-T. NYLON CORD GIVES NEW
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TUBELESS SUPER-CUSHION THIS STRENGTH
On the outside, the new All-Nylon Cord Tube'less
Super-Cushion looks like a conventional tire but
inside, revolutionary structural differences jnake it
able to outperform any other passenger car tire,
, What makes this possible ? Goodyear's exclusive 3-T
Nylon Cord the miracle fabric that made this new
tire's famous predecessor tough enough to .withstand
; thousands of impacts in a knife-edge steel rail test,
3-T cord is made in gigantic machineVunder precise

., j,une, lensionana temperature control. Result: The
world's strongest tire cord! ;
Be sure the Tubeless Tires YOU buy have the miraclo'
-.. strength of 3-T Nylon cord by Goodyear.

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DR. R. AVILA JR-, M.D.
TWoIt h of July) Ave, No. JIA24
7oppo.it. Aihm School Playground)
' Iretirement, LIFE
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TRANSPORTES BAXTER. SA.
m..s.. SliiBBan Mover
auiui BIDING SCHOOL
Hiding Jumping class -oily
re 5 p.m. rne -v
ar by appamtwanr.
"W .hen. Your r'tW
' BODY-EEDUCING
t famoui Mr Levy Machinee
Swedish Meauga Steam Bat
for mala ana lemala
ORTEPEDIA NACIONAL
(Dr. Scnolls)
M Justa AroaemeM Pa. 1-7211
HARNETT & DUNN
BALLROOM DANCE STUDIO
Balboat 1-423 ar Pan.i 3-166
wrrarnra. ttKTIL TOU LEARN"
Studio El Panama Hotel
PdmSuiidiY Service
For Rio Abajo Gron
' Palm Sunday will be observed
tom6rrow with special ceremonies
at St. Christopher's Mission, Rio
Abajo. The observance will begin
with.HoIy Communion and distri distribution
bution distribution of Palms at 6 a.m. At
7:30 a.m there will be the sung
Eucharist, sermon, distribution of
Palms and the traditional Palm
Sunday procession. At 10:30 a.m.
Morning- Prayer and Church
.School will be conducted. The day
will; close with solemn evening
song and sermon at 6:30 p.m.
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J I Holy Week Schedule
Monday through Thursday, Holy
Coimmunion at 8 p.m. Monday,.
Tuesday and Thursday, Stations of
th Cross at 7 p.m. Wednesday,
closing program of daily vacation
Bible School. Good Friday, three three-hour
hour three-hour service at noon.
Isfenifen Baha'is
To Cclebrafa
Vjcrid ph Day
"The Guiding Purpose for Life
Todav" is the theme wnicn win
be! discussed at the Baha'l Cen Cen-te;
te; Cen-te; at El Carmen, tomorrow at
3:45 p.m., In a joint meeting of
Baha'is of Panama City, Colon,
the canal Zone and their friends
in 'observance of world Youth
Day,
two principal talks will be
Riven on this program. Miss Amy
McAllister of Colon will speak In
Spanish and Mrs. Eda Keith of
curundu win give me gngusn
talk.
Under the "direction '"of Miss
Emily Butcher, an octet from
her famous Alumni Group will
sing several numbers.
Refreshment will
after the program,-
be served
DUMP DISCOURSI
MILWAUKEE (UP) Filled
!n land was the subject under
discussion in Mayor iranic zeid
ler's : office. Budget supervisor
George Saffran said there were
manv homes built on former
dumps in Milwaukee. Zeidler,
strong backer of slum clearance,
retorted: "And there's many a
dump standing today as a home,
too.", y-
CHAD THIS!
Are you Interested for a rldl-cu'--"
low price, in a beauti beautiful
ful beautiful I t at Fanama'i closest
and finest beach resort? Jfoa
can jay as you see fit. We
want nice neighbors and
mor y .ls DO oMct. CORO CORO-NAi
NAi CORO-NAi i.tAtil 43 lailes from
Ferrv. Call Eisenmann Pan Pan-ama
ama Pan-ama 2-4505 or see Castilla at
CorosiaJo.

FOR SALE

Household
FOR SALE: RC-80 Garrard rac rac-cr
cr rac-cr hangar with Audax pickup
and diamond naadla for LP, plus
Hi-Fi cabinet. Call Gulick IS IS-362.
362. IS-362. FOR SALE: Admiral falavjtion
tat and stand, excellent condi condition;
tion; condition; circular floor fan, never
yed. Call Coroial 85-3102.
FOR SALE: Piano $75; cana
mill (tnpiche) $50; tawing
machine, radio, wardrobe, beds,
chain, ate. cheap. Office houn
Balboa 1859. or Panama 3-2839
(home).
FOR SALE: Coldtpor refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, automatic defrotter, like
new, $250. Cell 3-103? from
8:30 to 4:30.
Civil Engineers
To Hear Talk
By LeTourneau
R. G. LeTourneau. wOrld-
famed designer and manufac manufacturer
turer manufacturer of heavy earth-moving
equipment, will speak before the
Panama section of the American
Society of Civil Engineers at
7:30 p.m. Tuesday, in the ball
room of the Tlvoll Guest House.
The announcement of the
meeting was made by Col. Hugh
M. Arnold, president of the So Society's
ciety's Society's Panama Section.
LeTourneau will be introduced
to members of the society and
their tcuests by Lt. Gen. William
K. Harrison, jr., commander in
Chief of the Caribbean Com Command.
mand. Command. He will speak on "Engineering
Yesterday and Today."
Invitations have been Issued
for members of the society of
American Military Engineers
and the Panama society of En Engineers
gineers Engineers and Architects to attend
the meeting.
Joe Beaver Bailies
Human Race In Dam
Conslruclion Fiahl
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (UP)
On the south fork of the Feather
River mankind is trying to prove
his superiority over animals or
at least one of them.-
Mankind, with his great power
to reason, is represented by Cecil
Koenig and his California highway
maintenance crew at Quincy.
In the opposite corner is a medium-sized
amphibious rodent
known as Joe Beaver.
It seems the highway division
decided to build a road across a
small stream south of Blairsden.
That's where Joe and his beaver
family live in the stream, that
is, not Blairsden.
Engineers built a small dam
across the stream in constructing
the road and Joe Beaver looked
on with approval. The dam was
right where he wanted it.
But in order to let the stream
flow under the highway, the en engineers
gineers engineers constructed a culvert and
put a 36-inch pipe through the dam
and under the road.
Joe was horrified. Any sensible
beaver knows you can't build a
dam with a hole in it. So he
plugged the culvert.
Contractors spent $300 unplug unplugging
ging unplugging the culvert, and by the time
the state had taken over mainte maintenance,
nance, maintenance, Joe and bis industrious fam family
ily family had plugged" the-pipe again.
Koenig and crew cleaned it out.
They worked from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Thar night Joe, his family, and
perhaps mends, wonted to piug
up the hole. Stupid human beings!
Koenig ripped out me piug ana
build fence around. the pipe',s
opening. -
it took- joe atwut a, wcck to
"die" this nervous arrangement
But with perseverance that makes
an insurance agent iook luce an
amateur, Joe dug his way under
and once more plugged uie cut cut-vert.
vert. cut-vert. Koenig found the tunnel and
hung a bucket of creosote there,
with a hole in the bottom so it
dripped out slowly. That would fix
the rascal. Koenig unplugged the
pipe again.;v
Joe Beavef got cresote in bis
fur and maybe in his eyes: It
stung and the smell made him
socially unacceptable in beaver
circles. But he didn't give up: not
Joe.-
He waited patiently. Soon the
weather turned cold. The creosote
froze. Joe tunneled and plugged
the dam once more. -Now
Koenig has built a protec
tive fence of steel mesh and steel
stakes so close and so deep he is
sure Joe can t dig that deep.
It's Joe's move.
KEEP IT QUIET
" DETROIT (UP) Carl J.
Watts. 33, a guard at Jackson
Fri)aAtoppcdJii&car Jicrcand
asked a stranger for directions to
Detroit police headquarters, watts
explained he was a prison guard
The stranger promptly grabbed
Watts service revolver ana lied

FOR SALE

Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford 2-door
ledan, cadet blue. Call 6-739,
Gjmboa.
F03 SALE: Dodge 4-door se sedan,
dan, sedan, 1952 model. 25,500 miles,
good condition, $1000. Duty not
paid. Phone 3-0059.
FOR SALE: Triumph TR-2
Sports Cm, 6500 miles, white.'
black top. Call Curundu 83 83-3218.
3218. 83-3218. FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet
Tudor R 6- H. 18,000 miles,
$1075. Call Balboa 4197.
FOR SAll:r-1952 Pontiae red
convertible, hydramatic 8, e e-cellent
cellent e-cellent condition, fully equipped,
$1050. Fort Kobbe 84-2230.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
BelAir 2-tone 4-door, standard
hift, 11,500, miles, $1400.
2356-B, Owen St., Balboa.

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GENE LOMBARD, retiring Executive Secretary of the Panama
Canal Zone who departed from the Isthmus yesterday, was
presented with a final tribute from the American Society of
Panama. The presentation was made by Elton D. Todd, Presi President
dent President of the Society, assisted by Luis Gomez, Inscription on
the scroll reads as follows: The American Society of the Ke Ke-public
public Ke-public of Panama to Eugene Cristopher and Alice Quinn Lom Lombard
bard Lombard as an expression of our esteem, our pride in their achieve achievements
ments achievements as unofficial Ambassadors of pur country during their
long, residence in the Canal Zone, and our deep feeling of
regret that they are soon to leave us. Vayan con Dios y
hasta luego.

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GETS MEDAL Emmett W. Argo, representing the Scottish
Rite bodies, presents medal to the winning platoon leader,
Cadet 1st Lt. Harry Cody, Balboa High School, at the ROTC
field night at Mount Hope Stadium.- Shown also is Capt,
William J. Lober, Jr., PMS&T of the Canal Zone ROTS.

PANAMA

CAS FILL YUUH NEEDS!

MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031, ANCON, CZ.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
Wanted Position
EXECUTIVE secretary, able te
handle English and Spanish cor correspondence
respondence correspondence and dictation by
herself, Official Translation with
quite a number of years of e e-perience,
perience, e-perience, offers permanent serv services
ices services to a large concern either
here or abroad. Free to travel or
work extra hours. Write Secre Secretary,
tary, Secretary, P.O. Bo 842, Panama,
R.P.
FOR RENT
Kooms
FOR RENT: Ventilated room,
furnished, gas, light included.
First Street. Parque Lefevre 21 21-A.
A. 21-A. Phone 3-5350.
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Wanted to Buy

WANTED TO BUY: Smooth
tires, suitable for reconstruction.
Reconstnictera National, P a r
Ave. 7. Phone 2-0406.
WANTED TO BUY-25-cycle
washing, machine. Call anytime
Navy 3469.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Hi-Fi comer cabi cabinet
net cabinet with new 12" speaker; oxy oxygen
gen oxygen tank, half full, new valve,
100-cu. ft.; tw 60-cycle pow power
er power transformers (radial 120
mils. Phone Balboa 2-3069.
FOR SALE: Beautiful "Linder "Linder-man"
man" "Linder-man" baby grand piano. 50th
Street No. 53.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS
FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in pub public,
lic, public, will be received in the office
of Superintendent of Storehous Storehouses,
es, Storehouses, Balboa, for the following
items:
INVITATION No. 257 School
desks, seats and tables. TO BE
OPENED .9.-30 A.M., MARCH
29. 1956.
INVITATION No. 246: An Anchors,
chors, Anchors, babbitt, cardboard, ce cement,
ment, cement, ink, lens, quickset liquid,
webbing, wire, coupling, gask gaskets,
ets, gaskets, rods, air compressor, steam
crane, sand loader, digging and
leading machine, blueprint ma machine,
chine, machine, water maters, time re recorder,
corder, recorder, motorcycles, trucks,
coupes, sedans, grinding ma machines,
chines, machines, woodworking machine,
steel tank, rope, battleship lino linoleum,
leum, linoleum, blades, snaths, bucket,
conveyors, drill, generator, pipe
cutting machine, mower, pump,
rods, spreader box, portable
oven, fog horns, asphalt distri distributor.
butor. distributor. TO BE OPENED 19:30
A.M., MARCH 29, 1956.
INVITATION No.-255 Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital equipment. TO BE OPENED
1:30 P.M., MARCH 29, 1956.
INVITATION Ne. 250-lAd.pt:
rs, clamps, cocks, faucets,
tops, streps, washers, faucet
Prts, pip fittings, taes, elbows,
laterals, crosses, bands, unions,
discs, flanges, traps, valvea,
gaskets, offsets. TO BE OPEN OPEN-Jjr
Jjr OPEN-Jjr 2:30 F.M., MARCH 29,
Invitation may be obtained from
ffice of Superintendent of
Storehouses, telephone 2-1815.
FOR SALE: Urge mahogany
... iek $30; office chairs, large
unfinished mahogany work ta tables
bles tables which can be also used as
' helve $10; electric typewriter.
addressograph, mimeograph, etc.
'; Everything In perfect working
condition. Also bicycle, refriger refriger-'
' refriger-' ". Calle 29
7 above Lindo y Madura, or
Phone 3-3226 between 2 and
4 p.m. Monday thru Friday.
Rice Hulls, Asphalt
Make Up (heap Brick
o BATON ROUGE, La. (UP)
Bricks made without straw but
JSr-1 V?ixture of m- sphalt and
rle"A nii I lo At.
1 L 0 vvea ine way for
India anoara 01 living in
An arr!ii1tiivl
University of Louisiana here, John
brick. What's more, it may be use-
fill j. k..:u: l 11
.... w uuuuiug sneiiers mat would
resist atomic fallout.
' Hough said farmers in rice-growing
areas which have the raw ma ma-terial
terial ma-terial at fianr! hh m.i. .u i
------ vu inane uicir own
bricks easily and build their own
tmiAfla... TTl m 1
a lj ucliii x t-i in TArrn 1 1 1 n -
" -w.. V4IUUia
MIX fh ftchoo kit Ks.wm.J
- wu"vb wi wuuicu rice
nulls, emulsified asphalt and plain
dirt Add water, stir, and pour into
minis. wnen mo material is dry,
vane uu. me oncKs ana start build-
mg. y--.
. Word of the development went to
India, and one engineer thorn mnu
that it may contribute- great greatly
ly greatly to the building of cheap farm
houses for many of that nation's
underprivileged millions.
'Tt IK ffraotlv flnnp.nin(.4 it..
people of India, extremely poor as
...n n f U .1 I 1
ti no wiuic. wia we nope
that this Louisiana brick will
strengthen v Ind-American rela
tions." -'--
Francis A. Woolfley. Louisiana
civil defense director, said the
H1lr k-- Knn. A-i- 1. t : ..11
outs, and it appears to be holding
up well.
"It may solve the problem of
uiiuiug cvuiiuinicBi. uuraDie ana
effective shelters -against radio
logical fallout," he said.
New Auto Doesn't
Always Bring Joy
AUBURN, Me. (UP) Few
frustrations are as great as that
experienced by a young bachelor
with a slick new convertible that
ne can't put on the road.
Scott Jordan, son of Mr. and
Mrs, Charles A. Jordan, ; was
awarded an electrically powered
miniature car by an automobile
agency as a promotion stunt
Police told the boy he can't use
tt-w-the--street and-mrlywttn
the law. And sidewalks are for
pedestrians.
Scott has had to settle for mo
taring in his backyard.

FOR RENT

Apartments
ATTENTION C I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedroom, hot, cold a t t
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT. Vary nice apart apartment
ment apartment in new building, hot wai waiter,
ter, waiter, bedroom, sitting-dining
teem, all large roams, very large
kitchen, balcony, well ventilated.
Well furnished or unfurnished.
Avenida Nacienal and $ Street,
in front Firestone Agency, Call
Mr. Mire, Phone 2-3436, Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, ,:.
FOR RENT:- Furnished studio
apartment. Also furnished room
with private bath and entrance.
El Carmen, Ave. Primera Ne.
77. Phone 2-0434 or 3-4207.
FOR RENT.- Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, including ref ri $rHr.
Coed surroundings, screened, til tiled.
ed. tiled. $60. House 112, Via Beli Beli-Mrie
Mrie Beli-Mrie Forrai, near Roosevelt The The-ater.
ater. The-ater. ; ...
FOR RENT: Screened com completely
pletely completely furnished one-bedroom
apartment, hot water, near trans transportation,
portation, transportation, located at El Cangre Cangre-jo.
jo. Cangre-jo. Available at once. Call 3 3-4644
4644 3-4644 between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
FOR RENT: Newly furnished
and unfurnished apartments. Al Al-hambra
hambra Al-hambra Apartments, 10th Street
No. 8061, Phone 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT; -Modern apartment
at El Cengrejo: 2 bedrooms, ate,
garage. For more detail phone
3-4946 ar 3-6737.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished one one-bedroom
bedroom one-bedroom modern apartment, ga garage..
rage.. garage.. 168 Via Balisarie Porras.
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FOR RENT: Small apartment
furnished. Tivoli Ave., Mullar
"rnn, rreraraoie Ameri American
can American family Call Panama phone
2-3035.
FOR RENT: Large, cool com com-fortable
fortable com-fortable and cheerful two-bedroom
screened apartment in Bel-
Ph0M 3"1747 "d 2'
1455 during office hour.
FOR RENT: Modern two-bedroom
apartment, screened, maid'
room with bath, garage, $100.
House No. 51, 50th Street, near
ErBarurro" market. Phone 2-
FOR RENT: From April first,
1 -bedroom apartments, hot wa water.
ter. water. New building, corner of "L'
Street tr Alberto Navarro Street,
El Cangrajo. Phone 2-2711.
FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom apart apart-ments,
ments, apart-ments, maid' room, gafaca.
$100 and $110. "Irma BuV
i"S." F Street, El Cangrajo. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 2-2718.
Coronado Crass
Looks Like Monev
To Arid Ranchers
STILLWATER, Okla. (UP) -The
Spanish explorer, Coronado
was unsuccessful in his search
through the Southwest for the
tabled Seven Cities of Gold, but a
new pasture grass bearing his
name may mean more money in
the pocket! of ranchers in this
region. ....
tThe plant, tin improved strain of
Slde-oats trrama' tva iI.i.U..j v..
the Oklahoma A. L M. college ex-
feruueni station, t ive years of
testing have shown it will grow in
mo tuuicm Biies ox ine oust Dowl
eoimtrv nf uractnni. nirl.t... .u.
Texas Panhandle and immediately
ujaceni areas or new Mexico,
Colorado and Kansas.
, It's deep-rooted, drawing mois moisture
ture moisture from aa far iIaidh
feet. Yet in spite of the deep roots.
iv v-n ue piowea unaer ana re returned
turned returned to crop land in one aeason.

"SEVENCITIES OF GOLD" SUSPEHSEFUL
DRAMA QfJ ygSDAy tie ggj- yigjfc

Lust for gold and glory vie with faith In
the conquest of California as told in 20th
Century Fox's exciting historical drama,
"SEVEN CITIES OF GOLD," which open on
Tuesday, at, the Bella Vista Theatre.
Anthony Quinn and "Richard EgarOircr
starred in the Cinemascope production as
the ruthless leaders of the Spanish expedi

FOR RENT

Houses
FOR RENT: 3-bcdroom house,
furnished, 2 'l month from A A-pril
pril A-pril 9. Phone Panama 3-0691.
FOR RENT. 2-bedroem chalet.
Living dining room, bathroom,
kitchen, maid's room. Las Cum Cum-bre.
bre. Cum-bre. Boyaca Street No. 2107.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
WELL BUILT retirement home
in the Sunshine City of Florida,
St. Petersburg, from $7,500. Al Also
so Also reasonable rentals. Contact
TROY HAYES ca A. F. WHITE,
Realtor, 195 9th St. North St.
Petersburg.
VIRGINIA farm and real es estate
tate estate for sale. Sand for free list.
London Atkins, broker, Farm Farm-villa.
villa. Farm-villa. Va.

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Shrapnel's furnished he
hooch of Santa Clara. Telephone) 1
Thompson, Balboa 1772.
'GramlicVt Santa Gara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rate. Phone Gamboa 1
6-441.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. On mil
past Casino. Lew rates, Pkoaa
Balboa 1866.
PHIUIPS Oceenside Cottaeee,
Santa Oara. Baa 435. loiboa. 1
Phone Panama i-1877. Crista-
bal 3-1673.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE s Cabin cruiser 17
long, 5, wide, 3' depth; No. I
condition, newly painted $300.
Trailer special built ta handle
boat $50. Can be seen at 2003 2003-C,
C, 2003-C, 1st Street, Curundu. Phona
83-6226 after 4:30 p.m. P. O.
Broome.
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in DeLuxe color and produced by Robert
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screen" 'play "also'stars Jerfrey "Hunter and -Rita
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I The program for a festive night
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s vetcr-s an restaurateurs Harry Tsakas and
Frank Harris have achieved so sophisticated
phisticated sophisticated elegance in a lavi.sh
letting for solid citizens and top
executives who appreciate the fin finest
est finest food, quiet but opulent at atmosphere,
mosphere, atmosphere, subdued music and rich
but tasteful decort The white of the
classically ornate chandeliers and
the banquettes is in effective con con-irast
irast con-irast with the deep red of the walls.
Unexcelled service is directed by
popular Andrew, formerly mailre
d' at the Stork Club. Cornish game
hnn or breast of canon souffle and

crabmeat Andrew are amon the

t cnpfiultipc

U

X

I Carrying on in gala mood, the
I next stop' is the Majestic Theater
1 where fcr'ky Walter Slezak's sly
i humor, fabulous Ezio Pinza's sing sing-!
! sing-! ing of the melodious score, a warm,
tender love story with a ; novel
i twist, and unforgettable character character-'
' character-' izations make "Fanny" one of the
mo.f delightful musical plays on
Broadway.
""" Another- night the gay round may

Well begin with dinner at sumptu-t

ous Quo Vadis, frequented oy so society
ciety society and stage luminaries. The
roster of celebrities includes Grace
, Kelly, Helen Hayes, Peter Arno,
Elizabeth Taylor, Carl Sandberg
f and Anne Baxter. J Steak Brozelli
1 is one of the specialties m a menu
; replete with mouth-watering" sug sug-X
X sug-X gestions. Gino and Bruno ; hover
) solicitously -While- chafing dishes
J Marine on. tables herald culinary

inumpns serveu in mc giauu man manner.
ner. manner. The- most exacting gourmet
wilt' find .that here dining is an art.
The play for tonight is "The
Chalk Garden." Perennial favorite
Gladys CooperY gifted Irish ;actress,
Siobhan McKenna and acompe-i
tcnt cast give a sparkling pcr-1
fovmance of a tongue-in-cheek co comedy
medy comedy with scintillating dialog.

1

!V. Virginia Oiiice
Seeker Likes Seven
I CHARLESTON. W.Va. (UP)
j Perennial office-seeker Sam B.
I Childton of Charleston thinks num num-j
j num-j ber seven may, make this his lucky
i year.
j Chilton is filing for the office
I of secretary of, state of West Vir Vir-I
I Vir-I ginia for the seventh time. He has
never been successful, although his

'novel announcements have served
i to get him a great deal of cam

paign advertising.
In filinq for the Democratic nom nomination
ination nomination in the May 8 primary, he
listed his name as "Seven (7)
Sam B, Chilton."
"I have two objects in view," he
pYnlained.

( "First, to commemorate the fact
I that I am 70 years old. This is
the seventh time I have run for

Uhim nfftno onH th nffirp is one

of the seven state elective offices
uhirh are ex-officio the state

Board of Affairs.
"Second, more than 25 per cent
f thp volers iumD from the gov

ernor to the county ticket on the
primary ballot, ome advertising
mioht all the attention of the

voters to a choice in these impor

tant offices. .
"The basis of all advertising Is
association of thought. Man O'War

I sucgests a race horse, not a oauie-

I Ship. It S lll.V UUe urni

Goldwyri Girls Coming Soon
For 'Guys & Dolls Siunt

lcncd by Jean Simmons isn't ty

pical as Goldwyn Girls

come the Ions way to the theatric
cal high road via dance schools,
summer stock, light opera, teicvi
sion and films.

ef

Clllly IV HIIIU, UillllFU -j QjjQq,
s, met both tandards ad'iarge
e(i to tour as a Goldwyn 0j

Twentv-five vears aeo. Samuel Goldwyn Girls. However,

Goldwyn picked a passcl prt-t the dancers in the film, a hnnd hnnd-tv
tv hnnd-tv chorus gins for the movie some and agile blonde from

Whoooee and called them the C.ol-1 Wayne, Pennsylvania, named I.ar-

dwyn Girls. They sang, danced or ri Thomas

simn v stnnH arnunrl And thfv hf. ; was clCCte

came sort of a sequmed symbol of Girl, too. She may prove that the
thp mam mnth mnuieaU fnr uhn-h old tae can work wonders for a

he was then especially known, new chorine. A quarter century
What was good for Goldwvn was 'hasn't chanced Sam Goldwvn's
even better for some of the rirls concept of what a. Goldwyn G ir!
he tapped: Betty Gra We, Virtiinia should be. I choose them", he ex ex-Bruce,
Bruce, ex-Bruce, Paulette Godilard, Lm-Uio plains, "for beauty, fcrm and Intc Intc-Ball
Ball Intc-Ball Laraino Dav. Jinx Fslk-en. Iliaence and personality, too, A-

BIG ROCK
WEYMOUTH. Mass. (UP

The largest remaining glacial,
boulder in Massachusetts is situ situated
ated situated in this south shore town.-

Called "House Rock." it is as

as a small house: Because

its faint resemblance to the

Egyptian Sphinx, it sometimes isi
called "The Weymouth Sphinx." 1

I

go. Shu's' 1 I ITTI 1

j i m m m warn w m wmm m mm j m.

mi-4

: It's 0nozing how many peopl
Kove o soft spqt in their heart!
tor hard ca&h.

burg, N'irginia Mayo.

Now, after an interval of nwc
significant enterprise (i.e., T h e
Best Yeary of Our Lives) and

gentle musical lantasy (hsns

bility isn't particularly important;!
that's developed by the really de dedicated
dicated dedicated as they go along,. "I saw
Jinx on a Los Anc'es tennis
court," Goldwyn recalls. "I ea'l.H,
her to come and sec me the ne.t

Christian Andersen), Mr. Goldwvn' day. Look where she is now.

'seven

has brought his girls back; Prima Primarily
rily Primarily a publicity inspiration, lh?y
were assembled to tour the country
and tout Guys and Dolls, his now i
film version of the hugely sucr ess-;
fill stage show built around n?m-i

on Runyon's tales. The movie stars

For Rpttv Grable. I added a

special dance in Whoopee. Ihr.l
started her. And Lucille Ball, an another
other another celebrated Goldwyn : grail,
"is -very proud she began that
way," says the. producer.
What' made Goldwvn single sul
Larri? "That cirl," he says, "is

Marlon Br.anto. Jean Simmons.

Frank Sinatra and Vivian Blaine. I soinff to be a personality. She s as
And it features a more-'han-likc'y-j beautiful -as- any of the Goldn
looking chorus. But unlike the five- Girls of Hie nat. It hanpcn thnt

may remind the voters of Seven i touring Goldwyn .Girls, '-who wro she dances, well. And I think., sue

(7) Sam is. cniuon iw i winnowea trom a group of s o m e has dramatic possioiopes. ioo. ;
of state, v "! 150 models and movie hopefuls bv Miss Thomas, who doesn't say
- ''Our daily walks of life provide j mr; Goldwyn himself, th v. g'rls one word in the picture, but dance s
abundant. reminders of seven., The nine was nicked bv 'dance director and .sings in three Vis mns:eai

DONNA KEEDt. : Now starring in G.M.'s "RANSOM.'

,By BRIAN YOUNG

Almost every;, actress on
M-G-M lot.Diit in a bid for

meaty role of Glenn Ford's wife
in the new thriller, "Ransom!, '?
but the- coveted .part .was won. by
Donna Reed, It is the most emo emotionally
tionally emotionally demanding assignment at attempted
tempted attempted by Miss Reed since her
Academy Award winning portrayal
in "From Here To Eternity.",
Tellins the susDonse-packcdl sto

ry of a young couple whose son is

kidnapped, -Kansom- casts

Miss Reed as the anguished wue

. plele absence, of "temperament."
' However, she"1 is the first to deny

tnc; that praise.

tnci

seventh day. The world was maae
in seven days. .The, seven wonders
of the world. Seven colors of the

spectrum. The seven aumei ia.iu
Sisters. The seven-year itch The
mystic number of the galloping
CUChilton advertised himself as
"Sidewalk Sam" .in the last U.S,
Senate primary campaign because
"more people walk than ride. But
the name didn't work enough mag magic
ic magic to get him elected.
Wages Of Clerical
Help Up Last Year

PHILADELPHIA. (UPY OM

4 ,Uice clesical workers' pay. averaged if
I i 0 hak Mrnnlr in lO.fhfln in I E

f 196 JILUIC WCtR lit mibh

1954 according to a survey by the
National Office Management As As-jsociation.
jsociation. As-jsociation. I Accounting clerks led the office
I pay field for the third straight
I year with a high of $102 recorded

in Beaumont, lexas

Michael Kidd for their dancing a-! numbers. Take Back You'' Miwc
bility and for a look of "enthusins-, Pet Me Poopa, and a ..Havana
tic naivete and thel appy, scree- night-club brawl in which s h e
chy voices typical of the dolls of mambos with. Brando and is wl-

The West Coast showed an av av-erase
erase av-erase weekly increase of $3, bring-

A few vears ago, during a par-!ina the regional scale average to

ticularly nerve-racking time on the$64. The national average was $o0.
set, Miss Reed remained perfectly Lowest paying clerical jobs In
calm and unruffled. the nation, according to the sur-
"Don't you ever get mad?" he;vey, were messengers. Spartan Spartan-was
was Spartan-was asked. burg, S. C, stood at the bottom
"I'm boiling right now," she i of the list with ar. average of $30
grinned, "inside!" per week.

Late dinners or anur -uieaici th ho tnrn, on npr nus

;M iliA Drtfb-tjViIv'a TTnlol art

iA K 4Ko .nft JUe 'in

strains of TV-radio star Ranalo k'dnappcr to justice

an attempt to bring

s

the

Rossjii's guitar as. he strolls a-j
mong the dinners playing their j
favorite selections on request; for;
the benefit of- Latin Americans re-1
frains from Agostin Lari followf
a musical comedy hit or a melo-

dious gem from his endless reper repertoire
toire repertoire perfect accompaniment for
quiet enjoyment of 4he unsurpas unsurpassed
sed unsurpassed continental cuisine. The digni digni-fied
fied digni-fied tone of the Norman Bel Ged Ged-des
des Ged-des decor is enlivened by two biz bizarre
arre bizarre screens which conceal the
doors leading to the kitchen; each
of these is in the form of four
huge colorful playing cards. An
ideal spot to terminate another
ligthful "nighttime in New York."

The new role marks Miss
first appearance at M-G-M since
ber performance as Elizabeth
Taylor's jealous sister in The
Last Time I Saw Paris." Ucr
most recent picture is "The Ben Benny
ny Benny Goodman Story."
Miss Reed is often called the
"directors' actress," because of
her application to work and com-

Ccjrtrccm Play
Dy CZJC Class
Set FcrApr. 11

Businessmen Used
To Conduct Exams

WORCESTEP, Mass. (UP
A group of Worcester business

men presided at final examinations'

in a college saiesmansmp course
and decided which students passed.
Instead of ; assigning written

students for a 15-minute sales pre-

senlation based on techniques jt
taught in'tlm course.' jt

Permission has been granted for,- Students who .impressed the ?
one performance of the tense court-1 visiting businessmen were signed,.
room.,drama, : The People Versus j for job interviews oif the spot.. .;
Maxfn Lowe.-to be eivca in the -

Canal Zone. Written and published
in .1955. the' murder-trial play is
Um logical '.and worthy successor
ft. the old favoritej, "ight of Jan Jan-ttary
ttary Jan-ttary lC..' '-.'. -"vv-
The .Canal Zone Junior,' College
-jn-esent tbe moderh, up-to-date
niurcler. trial at tlie Diablo
Heiahts "Theater for one showing

only on Wednesday, April 11. The
cast of over 20 from the college is
working daily on the show, i
The People Versus. Maxine Lone
concerns the trial of Mrs, ; Lowe
for the alleged shooting of her hus hus-band.'It
band.'It hus-band.'It appears that most of the
witnesses are against her,: but
what is ; worse, she herself refus refus-:
: refus-: es to testily or even reveal the
truth to Tier court-appointed law law-yen
yen law-yen ; ;'',".'- :
Students in the class which ac

tually-studies' drama are respon-i
sible for the production. While i
th"-. Canal Zone Junior College
itve pi mentations are usually co-1
medies. The People' Versus Max-i
ine Lowe, with its closely-knit
.. plot and its well-drawn characters, j
""shotild"'Trove'jin-"witertammf! -v-
" hing to all theatre-goers of the i
Isthmus. I

BA LBO A Wf DW (

ADULTS 60c.
Children 25c.

LUCHO MUNOZ
at the Organ
J. C. TRIO

SCREEN ATTRACTION!
6.75 9.05

t sin" .'irf A

KAREN MAGNUSON ROSITA BARCIA
AL MARCHESE and His Accordion
-15 PIECE SONORAMIC BAND
AL LOHMAN i- M.C.

J

suowms at roun service
CENTER THEATRES TODAY

Diablo Ills.- 2:30, 6:15, 8:30j

. Rrx HARBISON
t Virgmm MAYO I
"KING RICHARD AND
' THE CRl'SADERS,
Cinemascope Color
Mnn. "WIN(iSOF DASGKR"

OAMBOA 0

'PETE KELLY'S BLI ES"
Tiict. "RING Rlt llARt AND
THE CRUSADKKS"

"GENTLEMEN MRR'
BRUNETTES"
Thm. "NAKKU STREKT"
" 1 WWi mi

Margarita 2:30, 6:15, 8:2."i

W iliiam HOLDKN
Jennifer JONES
"LOVE IS A MANY-
SPLENDORED THING'
Mon. "NAKED STREKT"

Cristobal 2:30,6:13,8:4(1

.,ir-ri."'iniini'it
John 'AYNF
p Tom Tl,Nl,,
"THE SEA CHASE"
CinemKbcopt Color'
Also Showing' MONDAY!

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rvLD'JrV 2;30 4:35 6:40 5:45

TMEEpTi

THE Vi"

STRANGEST
COVENANT

MAN i

EVER
. MADE
WITH

GOD!

SOD!

DELUXE V

t,m ii mm tjilnt.'mikk Mm m ii IT mi i Pi i

CINemaScoPS

Proted t, BUDDY A0LER
Directed br EDWARD DMYTRYK
Screen FIW b, ALFRED HAYES

ALSO SHOWING MONDAVI

PARAISO' :15 :J5

f Jbiiim DEAN
' "EAST OF EDEN"

I A "OCA

Ciuv MADISON
"THE COMMAND"

' SANTA CRI B :I5
Eiirllm Kitt
"NEW FACES"

8:15'

CAMP HlfcHIt .1S I:

WICHITA"
ClnemaScuiie Color!

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I O Till ffl I fit' r 71 H t o n
cn a -"-7 -7n ',71 H

Polcmon, Empire Honey jGridder. Hardy
Top Contenders; Kadir jjabs Baseball
Also Rated Dangerous T r
o iTouaner Game
i
i Miss Virginia de la Guardia's classy and expert-!

sive Chilean bred black colt Melendez is scheduled
to make his first start since his thrilling victory in
the $7500 added Francisco Arias Paredes Classic a
fortnight ago when he goes against five of the
track's best Classes A and B imported thorough thoroughbreds
breds thoroughbreds for a $1000 purse over one mile this afternoon
at the Juan Franco race track

Leading jockey Alfredo Vasquei, Persian Countess, which gets in

as aual, will be aDoara nieien-iunaer me leamer ot n pounds, ap-

dez. He will carry 118 pounds, giv

ing away weight to every starter

except Empire Honey wnicft wm
be under the game impost. Bias
Aguirre will replace the suspended
Guillermo Sanchez aboard the
Honey.
Speedy Kadir, stout hearted Per Per-aian
aian Per-aian Countess and strong finishing
Polemon and Pappa Flynn round!
out the field. I

Raul Gamero has the leg up on
Kadir under only 104 pounds. This

prospect could make it a postto-

post victory.
KmDire Honey was a fast clos

ing third behind Persiflage and
Kdir last week. Sanchez, who

rnd Emnire Honey, was suspend

ed for eight meets because of "not

doing his best anoara tne norse.
The mile distance should greatly
improve Empire Honey's chances.
Juan Franco TiDs

pears to be outclassed. She has

not raced to her best form recent-

ly. Brauuo Baeza will ride tierardo,' on the roster of Mobile

TUCSON, Ariz. (NEAV Car

roll Hardy, former football star,
who is trying for an outfield job;
with the Cleveland Indians, finds
his present occupation toucher;

-In football, you learn your as assignment
signment assignment and that's it," Hardy
says. "But in baseball, you can't
plan at all. You try to figure out
a pitch, but you're only guessing.
It's harder on you mentally here
than on a football field.".
Hardy was a backficld star at
Colorado and then played with the
San Francisco '49crs. He now is

of the

BOWLING FIRST BALL W. H. Crook (far rightV, representing the governor of the Canal Zone, nearly scored a strike on this effort only the ten-pin
was left standing as he led dignitaries in a pre game tournament ceremonies Saturday week ago. Others, helping the 15th Annual City Tournament get'
off to a good start,' are (from right to left): Colonel Joseph II. Wiechmann, representing the commanding general of U.S. Army Caribbean; LU Command?
George King, representing the commandant of the 15th Naval District; Colonel E. W. Napier, representing the commanding general of the Caribbean A I
Command; and John D. Hollen, representing the lie utenant governor of the Canal Zone. In' addition, ot her dignitaries helping get the bowling meet off
were Major Normal C. McCardell of the USARCARI B Special Services; Colonel Peter Peca, commanding officer of Fort Clayton; Lt. Colonel Franklin B.
Simmons of Fort Kobbe; Lt. Colonel Richard T. Lively, of Albrook Air Force Base; Major John Morrisey of radio station CFN; C. W. Kilbey of the Service
Center Division, PanCanal Company; and Leonard M. Brockman, of the Personnel Director's office of the PanCanal Company.

Southern Association, but Cleve

i. ,u. 'i : t4.'-''v.:Hand is keeping him at Tucson for

here. His relatively light weight """"A
assignment of 108 pounds plus the.
mile distance should be right down I J I IV J,' J J-his
his J-his alley. The question mark is Milt 10 IIV flPnflC

madcap Chilean rider Cristian!! IUIUVI IIIIUVIIUJ

Rebolledo who is as unpredictable

a rider as has ever been seen here

Distance loving Pappa Flynn is
another danger threat. The Flynn
returned from a long layoff last

week and wound up last but was
gaining ground on all the starters
at the finish. He will be ridden by
Fortunato Hidalgo Jr. and will car

ry only 103 pounds.
Eleven other prospective thrill thrillers
ers thrillers are included on what should
be an excellent program.

By LUIS ROMER

1 Lot-O-Trouble
' 2 Arpeglo
3 Chepanita
4 San Cristobal
5 Tingat
t Coral
1 Double Four
ft Cara de Sapo
9 Rosier
Jo Polemon
11 Oranero
13 Enriqueta (e)

; Atom-0
Rada
College Girl
Malagueiia
Yosikito
Lyrical
Te Cano
Tap Lady
Salero (e)
Empire Honey
Grisu
Malaya

Terrang's Dam

Gave Ellsworth
Start In Racing

Juan Franco
FIRST RACE
1-Quilacoya $6.60, 4.00, 3.60.
2 Panzaretta $23.40, 7.00.
3 Firenze $3.00.
SECOND RACE
1-Kensington $9.40. 6.40, 4.80.

2 Espagirico $6.40, 2.80.

3 Panicus $3.60. r

FIRST DOUBLE: $54.20.
THIRD RACE

1-Slrena $7.60, 3.60.

2 Volador $3.00.

ONE-TWO: $23.40.

Woodling Gives
Rizzuto A Boost
From A Distance

1 PHOENIX Ariz. (UP) Gene

Woodling of the Indians read sto
rv out of Florida which told of Ca

sey Stengel's problems in picking

a shortstop.

FOURTH RACE

1 Uyuyuv $4.40, 3.80, 3.20.

Dr. Bill $8.00, 3.00.

3 Filon $5,40.
QUINIELA: $15.20.

Today Bncanto .35 .20
Clark Gable Jane Russell
In "THE TALL MEN"
In Cinemascope!
Andre Morrell, In
"GOLDEN LINK"

Today IDEAL.-. ,25 .15
George Montgomery, In
"MASTERSON OF KANSAS"
Deborah Kerr, In
"END OF THE AFFAIR"

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (NEA) -If:2-

Rex Ellsworth has a special lik liking
ing liking for Terrang. his 3-year-old Ken

tucky Derby candidate, you can't1

blame him. FIFTH RACE
il Justina $3.60,, 3.00.
Back in 1939, Ellsworth got in- 2 Rina Roi $3.
to the throughbred racing businessl
with a purchase of four yearlings I ; SIXTH RACE
at the Lexington fall sales. One 1 1 Empire Magic. $5.40, 2.80, 2.40.
he named Flying Choice, a daugh-12 Master Melody $2.60, 2.40,
ter of Flying Heels out of Raml3 Clprodal $2.40,"
Crow. Ellsworth paid $1,300 forj .pr,D'Bjre
the yearling and Terrang is the SEVENTH RACE
mare's 10th foal. Opulento (excluded from bet-
i ting).
Flying Choice has produced oneil-"aPPy Abode $8.40, 10.60.
other stakes winner, Konsonet, be- anero 4-80' 3 00- (5-40.

siaes Terrang, winner of the Santa!"

'This savs he's got seven or

eight of them," Woodling said.
"But I'll make you a bet with without
out without me being anythere close to the
Yankees this spring. When they
open the season, those other six
or seven won't" be around. The lit little
tle little guv will be right there. Who's
that? Rizzuto. Who else?"

Don't 'Sell' Exhibition Games
Short; Way For 2nd Divisinn
Clubs To Boost Advance Sale

By JIMMY BRESLIN

Anita Derby,

Basilio Robbed?
He Isn't Alone

COMING!!...
World' Professional
HIGH DIVING
CHAMPIONSHIP
ND AQUA:THRILLS
at Hotel
U Punamn Pool
April 6-7-8

NEW YORK (NEA) Bill
Miller, a. beret wearing Harlem
fight manager, has a story as
strange as -anything' which has
happened to the fighter he devel

oped, Johnny Saxtorr,' the welter-'3Elko $3 60

SECOND DOUBLE; $45.00.

EIGHTH RACE
(CANCELLED.)
NINTH RACE
1 Begonia $16.00, 5.20, 4.60.
2 Iguazu $8.80, 6.00.
3 Eric $4.80.
ONE-TWO: $172.20.

TENTH 'RACE
1 vSupper Girl $13.80. 3.60,
2 Lion's Claw $6.80, 3 20

3!0

I Miller, an old-time who special.'

, te aeveiopmg amateurs into
j top pros-Coley Wallace and Sax
ton, for example guided Saxton
through 37 pro fights. Johnny nev nev-cr
cr nev-cr lost. ...
! "Out of somewhere, never could
find out, where. Blinky Palermo
i steps in an I'm out of a fighter,"
! Miller says. "Did I get paid for

l"L'ou.r 1 Oia.: ennKy gave me BRADENTON, Fla. )nea)

nw auer the l ony DeMarco fight I Bill Bruton of the Braves hit Into

m DUMon. jnais noxing lor you," only two double plays last season

- NIGHT HAWK

Sarasota, Fla. fNEA) Ted'

Williams was t h e American
League's best ..night game hitter
last year with a .368 average for
28 games.

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NEW YORK (NEA) "GU
Hodges," the radio announcer was
saying, "has gotten only two hits
in his last 25 at bat. He's working
on a new stance and it doesn't

seem to be helping. Well, here we
go into the fourth inning here at
Miami and first up for the White

&ox will be.

The discussion started and it

lasted through the next three in

nings. The patrons in this Brook-

lyn tavern were mnaninp

"H "It's no joke," one of .them
' I .oill "nil vn.nlrn... J ...UL

awu, Vli, lliuunca BIUUI1U W1U1
that stance and he'll be right
back missing those outside pitch pitches
es pitches again."

TOUGH TO DOUBLE

This it a rtiulf of the

Spring Training Nonsense. U will

be with us until April 17, when the
length of baseball box scores will
be reduced approximately by one
foot. . .. .; ..
It happens every year. When

conditioning ends and the Grape-

truit, cactus or what-have-you ex

hibition -games begin, fans grab
at losses or defeats and turn them
into items worthy of discussion at

an Open forum.

Games are beamed back by ra radio
dio radio with your favorite announcer

screaming m mid-season form.
Newspapers handle it straight,
with box scores, batting averages
and close coverage. The public
eats it up,
so for those who follow them

faithfully let's take a look at what

they actually mean. Ftom it, you
get a good Idea of why some
clubs do well and others do miser miserably;;
ably;; miserably;; vv':pr'::;
To begin with, clubs with the
best records in exhibition games

I usually are destined to be out of

I sight by August. Pittsburgh took

the Grapefruit League title last
season with a 19-11 recrod. They
nosed out the Giants, who had a

16-U mark. Brooklyn was in the

second division.

The Pirates went on to lose 94

games during the season and were
last.v The Giants fell apart and

were lucky to finish third. Brook

lyn, of course, had the pennant

clinched somewhere around Mem

orial Day.

Attendance is the key. Clubs

like Pittsburgh or Baltimore have
to catch customers early. Once
the summer sun or the poor

nome club begins driving fans to

the beaches during mid season,

you can hunt tigers in the grand

stands at Forbes Field or other

second division parks.

With this,- non-contenders need

something to excite fans early
The best way is winnirre exhibit

Great ,tion games. It's not a hard job,

either. A club like Brooklyn, for

example, is more interested in
getting a good look at its many
rookies than it is in winning. That
comes later. IN

COMING BACK Vic Wertz
of Cleveland shakes off the
rustiness with a jog at Tucson,
Ariz.; camp. Wetz was hit by
polio late last season, is trying
to make it back to Tribe's first
base post.

The poor relations give it all

they've got. The first line pitch pitcher
er pitcher goes an extra inning, The few
good hitters get an extra swing at

rookie hurling. It adds up to vic

toriesand a healthy advance sale

for early season games.

Take the Baltimore Orioles In

their first year in that town, 1954.
They won everything in sight out

on the Arizona desert and Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore fans, who had never seen
them, were certain they were get getting
ting getting a hot team.
' '. -"Look
at th way w're win winning,"
ning," winning," a cab driver enthused to us
that spring.

When summer arrived and the

new heroes took on a suspicious
Browns look, people Wouldn't ima imagine
gine imagine what happeiea. V
So, Baltjmoreor Pittsburgh will
probably be hot this spring. And
the Brooklyn fan will worry. It

doesn't mean a thing, but don't

knock it. People go for it.

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RIDGEBACK COMES
INTO ITS OWN
. By JOE STETSON
Dog Editor .

the

pure

JThe recent recognition of
Rhodesian ridgeback as a

breed by the American Kennel

Club has created quite a stir
probably more than anything else
because of the nickname "Afri "African
can "African lion dog."
This recent recognition is not an
indication of a new breed. T h e
Rhodesian Ridgeback Club was
formed in Southern Rhodesia in
1924 and quite a number of dogs
were exported in the. '30s' parti particularly
cularly particularly to Britain.
The dogs are most probably the
result of crosses of larger breeds
such as Danes and bloodhounds to
native dogs with the possibility
that the distinctive line of hair

ries to the Pekingese which was
also referred to as dragon dog and
Fekin palace dog.
A Tibetan relative is often re referred
ferred referred to as the Tibetan lion dog.
These breeds weight in at 10
pounds and would be more meat
than match for a lion.
" We find a lion's mane kind of
clip used on today's poodle and
for many years on the Portu Portuguese
guese Portuguese water dogs. It is interest interesting
ing interesting that base reliefs and other E E-gyptian
gyptian E-gyptian art depicted dogs with
lion clips. These latter were neith

er ancestors or tne poodle nor

fighters of the lion, but war does

that were clipped like lions to add

to the ferociousness of their ap
pearance in battle.

Were they not c 1 1 pp e d they
would look much like the big,
shaggy sheep dogs they probably
really were. In battle array or
guarding palace grounds, their fe

rocious appearance could undoubt

edly be demoralizing to say the

growing m the wrong direction a
ions the spine could very likely

have been inherited from the Pho least

yuoc, tneoniy other Known pure Getting back to the Rhodesian

uivw io iiave mi ciiaiacieiiBiii:. riflgeDacK, we snOUlQ, expect Ul

ine rno wuoc is an oDscure uer-ithem sturdy medium large does

man pointing breed seldom seen; 0f general all-round ability whose
indecent times. i f - ( chief use in this country would be
Courageous and loyal as dogs as as companions unless trained for

ui.s uicru scrui m ue, u iiiuhi iiui ; sdpcihI Diirnnsfs

(Distributed by NEA Service)

HE DOESN'T HURT

be thought that they, or any dog
for that matter, are a match for
a lion. Packs, however, have been
used by some hunters to harass

the 1 ton until the hunter can get TAMPA, Fla. (NEA) Ted
near enough for effective shooting. Kluszewski of the Redlegs bandied
Another confusing thing about! 1482 chances last season most
the use of the name lion dog .is j for National League first base base-that
that base-that it has been applied for centu-lmen and made only eight errors.

hem

t:00 o m.

ROULETTE
21 (BLACKJACK) -CRAP
TABUS
POKER
SLOT MACHINES'
BAR SERVICE

Juan Franco Graded Entries

PJ. Oorse

Jockey Wgu COMMENT

ODDS

lit Race "Elimination" Imp. 7 Ffs.Purst $600.00 Pool Closes 12:45
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

A. Reyes R. 102x Could make it here v 5-1
A. Creididio lOlx Nothing in months 10-1
J. Avlla 116 Depends on mood '?.. 3-1
- B. Baeza 107x Rates fair chance 5-1
E. Ortega 112 Could take it all -4-1

6 L. O Trouble A. Vergara 109x Should beat these EVEN

7 Atom O A. Gonzalez 106 Rates good chance S-l
8 Doutjle In E. Dario 108 Excluded from betting (tract
. . '. tious)

1 Ch. Brand
2 Our Fancy
3 My Dear
4 Faneio

5 Tempestad

2nd Race "Sptcial" Imp fi'i Fji.Pim. $500.00

SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Le Sabre B. Baeza 103x Nice effort in last
2 Danielo C Ruiz 113 Fractious at times
3 Arpegio 3. Jimenez 115x Will fight it out
4 Venganza J. Phillips 107 Hasn't shown much
5 Bosu'n's Mate F, Hidalgo 110 -Last was very poor
6 Rada S. Carvalal 105 Improving steadily.
7 G. Buzzer A. Creididio 97x Nothing to-indicate'1
8 Mrs. Halligan H. Ruiz 100 -Got left in last

Pop! CIoim 1:15

vl0-l
3- 2
2-1
15-1
4- 1
5- 1
50-1
5-1

3rd Race '6"

Natives Vi Fgi.Purw $275.00 Fool Clotei 1:15

ONE TWO

1 Oklland
2 Papa Rorra
3 Regla
4 C. Girl
5 Mochlto
6 Chepanlta

O. Chanis 108 Good early speed v
H. Ruiz 113 Usually fails here
B. Baeza 103x Regaining best form
S. Carvajal 109x Poor recent efforts
A. Enrique 118 Quit badly in last
A. Vasquez 115 Should beat these s

8-1
.4-1
3-1
10-1
51
EVEN
V

4th Rica "H" Nativct 6 'i Ffli.Furt. $275.00 Pol Clortt 2:29
QUINIELA e

1 Consentlda A. Creididio 9flx Early speed only
2 Malagueiia S. Carvajal 103x Ran well in last
3 Golden Pick V. Brown 112 Rates fair chance

4 Ebony
5 L. Dancer
6 Souvenir
7 Guarare
8 S, Cristobal

Gl Montern 103x-4NothmB recently

A. Gonzalez 118 Could score in mpset
A. Reyes R. 102x-tDoesn't seem likely
X Phillips 1101. Lest doesn't count
F. Hidalgo 113 Improving steadily

.10-1
2-1
V
iv- 15-1
10-1
,
EVEN

5th Race "A-B" N.h'vt. 7 Fii Pum SJ75.0O Pel Ctoitt 2:55

1 Yosikito A. Vasquez 115 -Will fight it out
2 Tingat B. Agulrre 119 Mutuels favorite
3 Daniel S. Caivajal 112x Could score again
4 (Black Gold J. Avlla 122 Dropped in class
5 (Petite A. Creididio 87x Usually disappoints
6(Don Grau B.Baeza 97x Not good enough

3-1
EVEN
. 2-1
3-1
3-1
3-1

6th Rata

'H-l" Imported 7 Fgi. Purse $400.00 Pool Clotta 1:15
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE v

1 Lazy Brook H. Ruiz 115 Would pay off
2 Lyrical C. Ruiz 115 Could go all the way
3 Dixlprincess A. Creididio 105x Apparently washed up
4 Am. Maid B. Baeza 103x Always dangerous .
5 Ponton F. Hidalgo 115 Has outside chance
6 Bar One V. Castillo 118 Depends on start
7 Bright Blade J. Phillips 104 Must improve more
8 Coral A. Vasquez 115 Should make it now

15-1
v-M
25-1
'.. 5-1
10-1
41
10-1
EVEN

7th Ran "F Impprted 7 Fsi.Purs. $500.00 -SECOND
RACE OF THE DOUBLE r

Peel Clotat 4;05

1 Oro Purlto

2 Escorlal
3 Goyonder

4 Fenix

5 Te Gano

6 Moon Beam

H.

Ruiz 113 Returns from sick
110 Hard to beat here

R. Gomez 108 Nothing in months
A. Creididio lOOX Early speed only

A. Vasquez 110 May improve here

B. Baeza 97x fcarly speed only

bay

7 Double Four B Aeuirre 115 On the way up

8 Jaquimazo R. Cristian 110 Back in top fornv

9 Riqul 105 Too many "lobos"

41'
, 3-1
.'30-1
15-1
5-1
10-1'
EVEN
2-1
: -10-1"

8th Race "F" Natives

7 Fsi.Punf $275.00 Pool Closti 4:49

QUINIELA
1 Bagdad B.' Baeza 112x Could score again! 2-1
2 -Cara de Sapo F. Hidalgo 110 Form indicates 3-2
3 Tap Lady A. Gonzalez 105 Rates good chance " 3-1",
4 Folletito S. Carvajal 109x Best early foot 10-1
5 Que Lindo- A, Creididio 96x Would pay juicy odds .' 15-1
6 Moonshiner E. Gutierrez 102x-rDangerous contender 3-1
7 Don Jaime ;J. Phillips 112 Could score at price 4-1

9th Race "C" Imported

7 Fi.Pur $650.00 Peel Closes 5:15
ONI TWO

li-Chivilingo
2 Rosier
3 Embassy
4 Albatross
5 Alormina

6 Tony
7 Topocalma
8 (Blakemere
9 (Salero

A. Verjara 105x Longshot specialist
A. Vasquez 118 Seems sure thing
F, Alvarez 110 Could go all the way.
B. Asuirre 118 Poor race in classic
B.' Baeza llOx Fastest at getaway
J, Phillips 108 Would pay nice odds
H. Ruiz 110 Not against these.
J. Avila 120 Depends on start

Crisliaii 110 Dangerous1 contender

R.

' 30-1
EVEN
- 2-1
- 4-t
10-1
5-1
10-1
3-1

10th Rjca'A-H" Imported 1 Mile Purio $1000.00 Poof Clotai 5:40

1 P. Countess

2- -Polemon
3 Papa Flynn

4 Emp. Honey
5 Kadir
6 Melendez

& Baeza 97x Must go lower J
R. Cristian 108 Form indicates
F. Hidalgo 103 Could make it here
B. A?uirre 118 Dangerous contender
R. Gamero 104 Only sprinter in race
A, Vasquez 118 Gets real test here

30-1
3-2
a:
, 3-1
2-1'

11th Rata 'tlimimtien' Imp. 7 Fi Pura $600.00 Pool Clout,

1 Coronelinci C. Lino 115 Rates, fair chance

2 Verticordla J. Avila 118 Runs wide on turns

3 Grisu B.' Asuirre 118 Could get up here

4 Granero . A. Vasquez 115 Looms sure thing

5 Lord Basur B. Baeza 105x Rates fair chance
6 Dev. Maiden F, Hidalgo 112 No. 1 contender

8-1
31
3-1
1- 2
4p-l
2- 1

12th Race "H" Nitivoi Ffi.Puno $275.00 Pool Cleses.J

1 D. Barbara E. Ortega 110 Rates good chance"
2- Malava J. Cadoean 104 Hard to beat here

3 Doa. PotQAyaldivia.ll2-VVill fighLit out
4 (Enriqueta x A. Jordan llox Nothing recently

5 (Takeaway G. Prescott 118 Early speed only

2-1
,3 2

3-1
3-1



J
iluiidio .loriinaz Also
jYbsls Victor Asprilla
In Samifinal Rematch

..r m i ...

Local bantamweight contenders Toto Ibarra
and BattlirT Byron Cumberbatch, who drew a capa capacity
city capacity crowd to the National Gym in their first meet meeting
ing meeting last Dec, 18, clash tonight in a ten-round 120 120-pcu'rtd
pcu'rtd 120-pcu'rtd return match at La Macarena bullring.
In the secondary feature, 118-pounders Claudio

Martinez and Victor Asprilla engage each other in
an eight-rounder which is also a return bout. The
boys fought to a tnrilling six-round draw nearly two
Months ago.'

rvi. vptfiran cumberbatch, who

has been fighting for over ten
years, will enter the rlnK lull of
confidence tonight, for he hand handed
ed handed the-youthful Ibarra the only
setback of his professional ca career
reer career when he scored an upset
seventh-round TKO In the De December
cember December bout. .
I In that battle Ibarra had
Started fast and seemed on
his way to a sure win until the
tide changed in the top or the
.seventh. Battered about like a
sh'p In a stormy sea for six
rounds, Cumbcrbatch Inflicted
a cut under the Chiricanos
left eye early in the senth
and that was the Incentive for
the calidonia battler to move
in for the kill.
i Before Toto realized what was
happening he was down on his
:nees after taking a right to the
ye and blood was streaming
com the Injured spot.

'A

r

1.1.

1

TOTO IBARRA

BYRON CTJMBERBATCH
been ooiinjr. with confidence.
Trainer V c HU1 said last
week, "Toto is a strong, prom promising
ising promising kid but he has not yet

acquired the experience to
beat a sharpie like Cumber Cumber-batch.
batch. Cumber-batch. Sunday's fight will Just
be a repetition of the first
one."....; :
In the main prelim feather-1
wpifhts, Vicente Worrell and

I Manuel prescott swap punches
I;ln a scheduled six-rounder and
fin the purtain raiser Melanlo

s- pacheco ana Ernesio iay.

who are also 126-pounders, are
set' to slug it out in a four-heat
affair. ,
General admission Is $1. The
curtain goes up at 8 o'clock.

J Lions Club

I Pony League

This experience was something
new to the Chlriqul slugger, who
had up to then racked up tour
kayo wins in as many pro fight.
With the help of referee Isaac
(Young) Herrera, the youngster
struggled groggily. to his feet, a
severely beaten young man
and Herrera immediately stop stopped
ped stopped the slaughter and awarded

CumDeroatcn me victory.
Many observers who saw
that fight believe that experi experience
ence experience and rang savvy won out
over youth and raw slugging
power. Ibarra's manager, Al Alfredo
fredo Alfredo Perez, has been trying to
improve the youngster's left
jab and has concentrated on
defensive strategy du r i n g
workouts for tonight's battle.
For the past two weeks Toto
has srjarred with' 118 pound

champ Melvm Bourne who stop

ped Cumberbatch in seven neais
In a scheduled 15-round title

bout In January. Perez says he Is

satisfied Ibarra has improved
enough to be a winher tonight.
The Cumberbatch camp has

TEAM STANDINGS
ELIMINATIONS

Won Lost

Lions Club
Little League
. TEAM STANDINGS

TEAMS Won Lost

1 Betanla .. .,
2 Marafion ; .. .. ...
3 San Miguel ,, ,,
4 Santa.. Ana
5 Bella Vista
6 Calidonia. ..
7 Chorrillo ..
8 San Francisco

LEADING BATTERS

8
4
2
3
3
2
2
0

AB H Pet.
Jose" Tun6n (BV) v 16 "11 .687
Felix Flores SA) 17 9 .528
Juan Melia (M) .14 ; .428
J. San Miguel SA) 14 6 .428
John Calvin (SM) 16 7 .425
Jos6 Salcedo (SM) 15 8 .400
F. Martinez (SM) 18 .. 6 .385

G. Dudley (SM) 13 5 .334
Juan Ojeda (SM) 16 5 .312
0. Malonev (C) 17 V 5 .294

HOME RUNS
John Calvin (SM) ............3

Franklin Martinez (SM) 2
Jose" Tunon (SM) .. .....1
David Sousa (B) ........... ..1
Samuel Lindo (B) ............1
- Two records were set by John
Calvin: ,
V .. ' '..
1) Two homers in a game.
2) Three homers en Little
League competition. (Calvin
can better these marks with
Wj team having eight remain remain-tag
tag remain-tag games to be played.

PLENTY POP ALL

0M"NA BEACH, Fla. (NEA)

A.WA.R s W56 prize list has
been boosted to over $.100,000 for
stork car race winners.

TEAMS
1 Calidonia
2 Maranon .
3 Santa Ana

4 San Miguel ..

5 Bella Vista ..

6 San Francisco

7 Rio Abajo.. .,
8 Betanla ..

.
NOTE: The first four teams
classified for the series final.
The winner of this series will be
champions of the Lions Club
Pony League for 195S.
GAMES TO BE PLAYED
March 25: Bella Vista vs. San Santa
ta Santa Ana (Balboa Ave. I A Maranon
vs. Betanla .Balboa Ave.).
March 27: Betanla vs. Santa
Ana (2 p.m., Balboa Ave.) : San
Miguel vs. San Francisco (4 p.m.
Balboa Ave,).
April 3: Rio Abajo vs. Santa
Ana (4 p.m. Balboa Ave.i. x
April 5: Santa Ana vs. Calido Calidonia
nia Calidonia (4 p.m. Balboa Ave.).

Farm, Little Loop

Officials To Hold
Meeting Monday
The Farm and Little League
of f 'cialg of the Pacific Side
will meet on Monday, March
26, at 7:30 p.m. at the Elks
Lodge 1414 home on La Boca.
Road. All members are urged
td attend or to send a repre representative
sentative representative if they must be ab ab-,
, ab-, sent,

Earl Averill. Jr.

ANOTHER EARL Earl Averill, Jr., Is highly regarded by the
Cleveland management. The catching son of the old outfieldlng
slugger finished batting .298 in 62, games for Nashville in '56.

JOE WILLIAMS

MIAMI BEACH The Indians had finished second last sea season,
son, season, three games back of the Yankees. The White Sox, third,
five games back. The inference of the completed, though abor abor-tive
tive abor-tive labors, wan clear enough. A little more something and either
could have gone all the way. v
The Indians decided what they needed was a tighter defense.
They were giving up too many runs, and adding to the burdens
of an' aging pitching staff. To correct this weakness they were
willing to sacrifice some of their power. Even Larry Doby, their
best long-ball hitter, if need be.
This was a proposition that peculiarly Interested the White
Sox. What thev needed was Dower. Now If they had Doby on

their side last season when they missed the pennant by only five.
They decided to sacrifice defense. Accordingly, they traded
Chico Carrasquel, a shortstop of exquisite skills, for Doby's big
bat in, one of the major transactions of the of f season. Now
Marty Marion, the White Sox manager, was saying: "I don't
know about them, but the deal is going to-work out fine for us.
Just fine:' ., -f ,.
Doby hadn't had a particularly illustrious season last year.
His homerun production dropped to 26 and he batted in only
75 runs. (The season before he had led In both categories,
31-126.) A chipped bone in his right hand handicapped his siving.
Otherwise he appeared to be physically sound. And he had just
passed 30.
Once the spring sweating rituals began, It didn't take Doby
long to convince Marlon... and a number of the Brooklyn pitch pitchers,
ers, pitchers, as welL.. that neither the rhythm of his swing nor the
explosive quality of his power is impaired.' At last accounts he
had a slugging average of .800 plus.,
" Marion is pleased but not surprised 'by Doby's Spring play.
"He figured, of course," said the young manager. "But if
the deal was to help us in an Important way, The Kid at short
had to .make It. That was the long gamble we took. At first I
wasn't so sure. Now I am. He's definitely big league. And even
if he hits no more than .240-.250 he'll pull his weight."
;.
Baseball Sense
"The Kid" is Luis Apariclo, 22, 5-9, 160, a native, of Mara Mara-caibo.
caibo. Mara-caibo. Venezuela, who. in his second year of rirb ball, hit .273

with Memphis in the Southern Assn., last season and stole 48

pases to lead the circuit. .. i
"What makes ,vou so sure he'll make it?" Marion, was asked,

"Some players have baseball sense, Others don't. Instinct
may be a 'better word. The Kid has it. Does everything natur natur-ally,
ally, natur-ally, effortlessly. A good play maker, fine arm, and being fast,
covers a lot of ground. He's still green around the edges, I'll

aamtt, but wonting alongside Nelly he it develop last:"
Nelly? Oh, yes, the second baseman, Nelson fox. For a mo moment
ment moment the interesting thought occurred that the White Sox might
be going coed. .... ,;.s ....

What Marlon appeared to be saying was that the club lost
nothing by letting Carrasquel go, and when it comes to short shortstops
stops shortstops few are competent to speak on the subject Jcith more
authority. For 10, years or so ''Slats," as the 6-2, 165-pounder
was whimsically called, starred with the St. Louis Cards in the
National. He. had some vibrant years at the bat, too; and in one
World Series he hit .357. : :
So, when he says Carrasquel won't be missed and that The
Kid will prove big league, you must listen respectfully. Still,
even he could be wrong. Short is the most demanding position
on the field to play, and not too many make it with so little
experience 'as Aparicio has. had. And it's hard to believe that
Carrasquel, only 28, once so brilliant and promising, has slipped
as badly a3 the 1954-55 figures testify.
;.:;., A: ,. -;: ;
One-Two Punch
The White Sox led the league in hitting last season, but
they were sixth, in home runs.. Most of, their hits. were "little
hits." .Walter Dropo, the. 220-pound first baseman, was, their top
bomber with 19 home runs. The three outfield regulars had a
cmbined total of 27. (One more than Doby's.)
The White Sox park is an inhospitable place for muscle muscle-men,
men, muscle-men, and Marion concedes that Doby isn't likely to break any
records there (the right-field foul line,' for example; is 32 feet
longer than the one in Cleveland) out. .
"He'll pet a lot of long hits, at that, and keep in mind we'll
have him fot all our road games, and if Minnie (there's that
cond touch again) comes back, as I'm pretty sure he will, we
reed that to stop the intentional pass and to. score runs."
Minnie, or Orestes Minoso, to be formal about it, skidded
from .320, 19 home runs and 116 R B.I.'s to .288,. 10, 70 last season.
All Marion can do is hope that '55 was an off-year. Minoso has
had only five seasons in the majors, yet he's crowding the mid
30's. "Of course," frowned -Marion, "if we don't get the pitch pitching,
ing, pitching, nothing's going to help us. Not even a dozen Dobys." .-

Jackie Jensen

MIAMI. Fla. (NEA) A promi

nent American League magnate is
begginng trouble Decau.se of his
faculty for getting into trouble dur during
ing during oif-hour reveis on the Citrus
Cicruit ... or how long can under underlings
lings underlings keep him unaer cover?
The Vttck influence: the Dodg-
ers found the onct solid grten
walls tf Miami Stadium a multi multicolor
color multicolor blaze to match the hues of
Sportthirt Bill, covered with bill billboards....
boards.... billboards.... Since Rocky Graziano made
juvenile delinquency popular (with
his "Somebooy Up Tnere Likes

Me ). the fad has spread ... now

Jackie Jensen, the Bosox muscle
buUer. tells how sports saved him

from boyhood iniquity in the (what
else?) Jackie Jensen Story, a TV

production tiiat breaks with the

opening of the baseball season.....
Here's one way to acquire a
race track: Jimmy Donn, (he bur-r-ry
Scot who owns Gulf-stream
Park, was simply the florist who

beautified the place, but found his
bills unpaid so in lieu of money,
he took over the park......
vThink Wes Santee was alone?
.. A Honolulu promoter tells us
how he presented a $500 bonus
to one of our most famous track
champs (still "active) ... the boy
was cagy, though he .wouldn't
take it in the house of the promot promoter,
er, promoter, only in the front yard, insisted
that it be cash and in an unmark unmarked
ed unmarked envelope...."
The horse trainers' grapevine
whispers that Gulfstream paid the
shipping costs to get the Ellsworth Ellsworth-Tenney
Tenney Ellsworth-Tenney stable of Swaps and Co.
from California to the current
meet.....
Our in'-the-know agent insists Be Be-bo
bo Be-bo Olson won't be Sugar Ray Rob Robinson's
inson's Robinson's next challenger, despite the
contracts ... that His Sugarship
will duck off and take on Bobby
Bovd. Milo Savage or Johnny

Saxton ; with a 10 per cent' cut
of future purses to protect ngainst

possible loss of the mmaieweignt

title

Carmen Basllio, tough even
when losing, comes by it naturally
... his 70-year-old father recently

flattened a farm hand who tried
to jump him in the onion fields at

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DEMONSTRATING to Col. Robert E. Coffey, commanding officer of the 33d Infantry Reei Reei-ment,
ment, Reei-ment, three of the four firing positions used in the recent 33d Infantry Regimental Rifle
Matches, are the three highest individual scorers. From left to right are, first place winner
MSgt. Charles L. Roberts of company "Q" who fired a score of 222, Col. Coffey, Sfc. Wil William
liam William J. McFeeley of company "I," who- took second place with 219, and Sfc. Donald M. Bare Bare-naba
naba Bare-naba of company "L," who took third place with a score of 217.
(U.S. Army photo)

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Al Weill, suddenly worried a

bout retrieving some acclaim for

that fighter ne s got wno noias a

title what's his name, Mareianoc
nut .a proposition to Abe Saper-

stein ... wanted the Globetrotter

wizard to draw up a full-scale pub

lie relations campaign to get the
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flower cauliflower curtain and was turned
down cold...
Jimmy Foxx, piloting baseball
at the University of Miami at Cor Coral
al Coral Gables, has another diamond
job to tide bim through the sum summer,
mer, summer, too ... as a coach with the
International League Marlins .....
; Incidents: Dodger outfield aspir aspirant
ant aspirant Gino Cimolo was a junior col college
lege college basketball star who could have
dunked them at any major school
..... Jack Nichols, the left hand
Boston Celtic sharpshooter, is a
right hand dental student .... and
saves money on dental equipment
that way .... Mike Agostmi, the
Fresno State sprinter who broke
the 220 world mark, learned he
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track' books in his native 'Trinidad

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Fur r tab v. u:L.'U...;rA ii Amfii-t'fin rnnU Kv.lieve he had courage but he was

the German invasion of Greece in 1941, now realizes that He toyed with 'Jie idea of try-!
the "innocent paper" he was asked to deliver was for Brit- j
ish Intelligence. Now he is in an Anzoc uniform, trying terious list. He tried to justify it j
desperately to get out of the country, and being sought, fJJ-
bv two men either of whom, or both, might kill him to get utj's peace of mind for the rest;
the paper. The retreat has reached the southern part of broke in cowardice

Greece.

THERE'S -A HOTEL hi THE S At I BIAS

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VIII
MORRISON saw the Aussie
Captain and the Palistinian Ser Ser-,
, Ser-, ceant walking in his direction. He
ducked behind a tree, but he heard
their voices as they passed. ...
"The Germans have entered
Athens."
The full weight of the news
crashed down on Michael Morn Morn-son
son Morn-son The Germans would regroup
at Athens, and a day, maybe two,
would find them rampaging down
the Peloponnesus. The enemy in
the sky would not be the only men men-C6
C6 men-C6 now.
of 30 trucks

came to a halt on the dirt roadj

o iinrtrr of a mile

wooded area

. I FROM the edge of the woods a!
adventure. -Almost unconsciously tall blond man wearing a New;
his "hand reached inside th e. Zealand uniform looked at Mike;
breast pocket of the khaki tunic. quietly. (
He held the small white envelope; The sun began to rise on the!

up to his eyes.
He frowned as he studied it.
Scrawled in Fotis Stergiou's ele-

eant hand, the envelope

"Sir Thomas Whiteiy-12 tfeau tfeau-cham
cham tfeau-cham place, London S. W. 3. Kind Kindly
ly Kindly deliver in person."
Mike bit his lip as the impulse

overwhelmed him.

Gulf of Messinia.

The tall hlond man stermed

read: from behind a clump of trees and

walked up behind Mikes seated
figure. Mike sensed his presence
and turned to look up into the cold
blue eyes of Jack Moslev. He was
not startled nor was he frighten-

He ripped the seal open, and his ed. It was a calm acceptance.

fingers dug inside nervously. AU right, Morrison, stand up
There was one small folded sheet no outcry move into the
of paper. He sat up and unfolded: woods."
the sheet.
In Slcrsiou's fine writing,! Mike arose and preceded Mos-

. Ik.llL lint Al Hqm.D OHM j.i.. tU. ... ..),. ..n.ll tUn.. llnf A

a TflllC iroiu iiicitnuie was not uo'w jejf jutu uie wuuua uimi mcj nuv

All ore;inizalion! cities, ine

reverse side w a s

viicintpcrate. The soi-i blank.

5 r,i from the woods and' He looked at the names

boarded the trucks. They needed, Obviously not

from the NCO's

no prodding

No choice but to join them.
Take the ever-narrowing gamble
that Mosley and the little m an
would not find him lake the
i,m rhance the British

jniullt yet escape.
11c hustled through the woods to
a point where the road ran close
.The trucks sped by. As the last
truck bore down he stepped into
it, nath and waved. The vehicle

slowed enough for him. to race a-!

round back. A nan aozen uiu6
ttunrlc nnllrri him in.

,Th n.mirirW on Wheels

down form the mountains
stopped in the town of Kalamai or.
the Gulf of Messinia. This w a s
the end of the line. There was no
place farther to run.
The truck rolled into the
square. Three Stukas spotted it
immediately.
Mike dashed across, the square.
ciHrV-niw hi feet flew out from

,mK him no had stumbled over

a dead horse. He lay there for
v p r 1 seconds, mesmerized,

in inta the animal's eyes

They seemed to be .mocking him.

saving, "It isn I my war,
Mike backed away from the
Knren finrt Mil for a row of ncar-

hv houses. As a rack of bombs hit

listed.

Greeks if they

tolwere, this was some type of code.
iMike was a bit deflated. By this

time he expected to less than some
secret formula..,.

He read down the list
names:
Jon Petersen, Johannesburg.'
Lorrie Daniels, Sydney
Elmer Jackson, Montreal. ...

MIKE was burning with curi curiosity.
osity. curiosity. Who were these people and
what was the meaning of the list?
Each new guess only made him
the more curious. Well, one thing

came! was certain. Whoever they were

was of extreme importance to
both the British and the Germans.
The people who were after
these names certainly put no

price on human life. If the names
were found on him, he was as
good as dead. What if the names
were not on him? He might have

a chance even if the evacuation
Hirln't come '; off. Suppose he

memorized the names it would
ha simnle onlv take a few mo

ments. ..

There was another reason In
back of Morrison's mind. A rea-

son he would not even admit loi
himself. The experiences of the)

past days had done mucn to
knock the spirit of neutrality

isolated from the beach. Mos

ley produced a pistol and level leveled
ed leveled it on Mike as he leaned against
a tree. His haggard face cracked
into a smile.
"Touche." Mosley said with a

mock salute of his pistol. "Your I

little drunk act was quite convince

ling, I must say. Threw us all off
of for a while."

Mike was silent. His eyes nar narrowed
rowed narrowed in hatred. He waited for
Mosley to relax for only a second.
"You'll be interested to know
that I got through the lines last
night after the surrender. I had
a phone chat with our mutual
friend, Konrad H e il s e r, in
Athens. He was quite over overwhelmed
whelmed overwhelmed with joy that you
hadn't departed from this pleasant

little country.
"If you're going to kill

i A clean, comfortable, small ho-of small fih. Al.-o, there is excel- and Tnd'jm niwi,
tel that serves excellent sea foods.., lent rock fishing from smaU boat fnd just&'n o i JTUC,05)
beauntul white, sandy beaches.l There is water sking in the at!on general relax-
i lined with coconut palms; water crystal clear lagoons' around the
jso clear one can see the white Islands -ski channels have been sPPnd a pleasarf pacfn, t.
; sand and colors ol coral to feet be- marked with banners. ; ,'h. a r... I East" .holiday
low the surface that's the Hotel Visiting tne Villages and homes emr.l frinIry.youiLhaBd at
San Bias Inlands, at Porvenir. j of the colurful htUe Kuna Indian Tdd in .if th mY'L
! The temperature of the water is is most interesting. a "Li lh mentioned
just right for bathersifs wonder The hunter will not believe there radise '' You Jon" hT" "P,T
Jul and skm diving is unbeatable, are so many wild pigeons in the vou see if 1 believe 11 Until
; People who ssin dive all over Mau Keys until he has seen them.
: the world have said that no place ;
they have been have they seen so Along the mountainous coastline atj modep-
j many co on of coral and fish as such gtme abounds as jaguar, oce-
beneath the waters of San Bias, lot, mountain lion, tapir? deer' Jl'NTTr Trv n r,,
! Fishing is fine. Tarpon are run- wild pi2 turkev lareT o r ,. L ,T.JI ,Day-phMe
ining through April. Spinning reel (perdiz'pac. aghoutf and other .Nt -Phone Fana.
enthusiasts ran have th host t ma ... J, ut"t ma, j-iJLb.

! ,. t : r sinauer game. r

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THREE LITTLE GIRLS IN- A ROW Dressed up in their
colorful molas, and sporting jewelry around their necks and
rings in their noses, three barefoot San Bias gals take a solemn
pose.

Howe -Wilken, may his soul
in peace, was my partner."

rest

uj :muuv.. ;;: "ri..r shock uie- v
the square he half-threw, himse f f .

downa flight of steps into a cci-, He sighed gnd wondered jf he
lar. .' n .,,, was crazy. He memorized the
Cowering against a waH tore the paper to shreds and

an oiu man ou scattered the pieces 10 tne wina
One woman clutched a scream- , thfi vast ex

intf mtani: lie uu inn" v ..

himself and prayed souiy. An Another
other Another women was becoming hys hysterical.
terical. hysterical. Mike turned his eyes
from the sightV
Three hours passed before tne
planes ceased the attack. Mike
starred from the cellar into
twilu-ht. The ashes of Kalamai
smoldered. Thc'dcad horse with
the' mocking eyes was still lying in
the town square

get it over with," Mike said
quietlv. I
"Kill you? Oh, dear, no. Herr
Hcilser has such a lovely reccp-i
tion planned for you in Athens. I
believe you have a bit of informa informations
tions informations he'd like. I do hope our car
for Athens won't be late. ." Mos Mosley
ley Mosley sighed. "Soon as the business
of hauling your friends off to a
prison camp is cleared we'll be
underway.

"What are they going to do with
me?"
"Do? Depends on you, old boy.
You know, I have disagreed with
Konrad about his messy methods
of extracting information, but I
will say this for him he does get
excellent results. By the bye,
Morrison would you give me the
name of that splenddid tobacco I
smoked with you? I must send to
America for some ..."
A sharp crack of a pistol report
sounded.

THE man who called himself

me.'Soutar lit a cigartet. "Don't be a

fool. I'd've killed you along with
Jack Mosley if I thought for a

panse of water and on the horizon
saw the first of many little black
dots. ....
Shins were moving into the

Bay of Messini! An odd expression came over
I Mosley's face. His pistol spun
IX i around on. his finger.. His hand

I nnpnort unit thi nistnl rirnnnpH to

MIKE MORRISON ran down
ihe hillside, desncratelv deter

mined to get aborad a ship and;

the ground. Mosley wavered. He

wok a step toward Mike anoin anoin-er....His
er....His anoin-er....His knees buckled and he fell

i ii l u .11 xnmhlmna nf

MIKE stumbled down the "ad s en The un.
from town. A passing : t0P;; armed men were in a frenzy to
ped for him and drove him w .... d on the tringe

woods wlvicn enneu bwui ."";! nf .-uf
tm iho sea Here, the remains ofi"i "r

get out of Greece When he reach-' to-,he fmm and roed over at

Mike s feet. Mosley kicked and

witched. Then he lay still. His
mouth fell open, the expression of
amazement still in his dead eyes.

irnm thfi spa. Here, the rem i

the late British Expeditionary
Force awaited evacuation.
Mike stretched out m his fox -hole
and looked at the blue sky
above him and thought of the
dead hourse in Kalamai. H e
thought of the whole fantastic

howling mob 200 yards deep

and every man had but one a MAV stepned from behind a
thought. , I tree a few' feet away. He was a
Mike had to reach the water. litUe m only five eet laU and
He had to be there when the hB .nrn r;mmoi oia0.

noats came, ceninu nun h c

could heau the sounds of battle
coming closer and closer, ...
Suddendly it became still.
A British colonel stepped out in into
to into the water in front of the men.
His bearine was regal, but he

rimmed glasses

smoking pistol in

wore horn

and there was a
his hand.

He picked up Moslev's nlstol
and shoved it into Mike's hand.
"Hide this under your belt," he
said.

The little man shook Mike

could not hold back the tremor m then took him by the arm. "Come
hi voice. "We are prisoners of on mon .. ne said we,ve t tQ
a h a anirl emit I V ' a i

hope had

TC

-.75, .40

war. tie said sotuy.

' The thre ad of

get out oi nere. They circled a

bout and approached the troops

on the beach. The men were stack-

The glow of catnpfires studded thcir riflcs for confiscation,

JO Cwmwy.toi pnitm
Good

r.iOminfl.

r.ifss

roios b, Df luxe "z
Om'M to HENRY KOSTERrf-5

the beach. Michael Morrison

'trembled as he sat by a campfire

I He was frightened beyond any fear

Mike slumped down on the

sand and shook his head.

"We are in luck," the little man

he had ever known. He visualized said .No one heard the snot
I a black club smashing down on his The litlle man sli d

jhead and men KicKing at nis nos beside him t-nd
and throwing water on his un- whispers. Mike
, conscious body to revive him for mouth shut.

! turther torture. He wanted to be'

man slipped down

talked in half half-da
da half-da m p e d his

San

momen. you weren't the right

sun. i neara wnat you said to

Mosley.

It seemed futle to resist him.
He knew his name, who he was.
Anyhow, he was certainly done for
one way or another if this Soutar

was a German agent.
"All right," Mike said. "I'm
Morrison and I'm an American

citizen. I've had it I want out of! finally shook them to make his ten-

mis mess, i wa; sucked into it and aezvous with Howe-Wilken.

pers, chub and many other types cruioaTskV boats 3-4671

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WATSON Phone Panama

FAVORITE PASTIME of the younger male Dobulation U tnkin.
Bias homes dot the shoreline popmauon, is taking

a ride in a

cayuco.

gious' home and Soutar set out to,list-what docs it nN.f

mu a Piane irom Athens snntar ,urn r ..

knowing he was being followed! Fn. lZa. wcu J1"

spent most of tho day leading his bes "known barrktPrc r l"e
shadows up and down Athens and me!iSSviZtGt!eeet me!iSSviZtGt!eeet-n
n me!iSSviZtGt!eeet-n vih tumi. ..!.. i.! u""rw me, iiauans. invaded Greece

last winter. Stprpinn nnntanln1

... -" VUlllUL LCI I

I want out."

"That," Soutar- said with an
impish smile, "poses a bit of a

problem You may as
up you're in this up
NECK."

Soutar arrived at Petraki 17 nn

y lew iniiiuies arier Mike had; to them

i un ui m a urunKen stupor. Howe Howe-Wilken
Wilken Howe-Wilken lived long enough to relav

well facet the fact that Morrison still had the
to y o u rl list and hoped he would bo to the

latoi airdrome.

-"Why?" Mike demanded.
. "Like it or not. You know,
Morrison, sometimes we have lit little
tle little It say with the turns of our
lives."
Mike pawed at the sand, feel feeling
ing feeling more confidence in Soutar now.
The little man was right Mike
knew it.
"All right," Mike whispered,
"I'm in."
As they sat and waited for the
German round-up, little Soutar re related
lated related his story in his thick Scot Scottish
tish Scottish burr,
WHEN the German army invad invaded
ed invaded Greece and Yugoslavia, he and
Major Howe Wilken were sent
to Athens to get the Stcrgiou list.
From the moment they landed
they knew that they enemy h a d
got wind o ftheir plans. This was
later cofirned when Soutar dis discovered
covered discovered that Zervos, a government
clerk, had suspected and sold the
information to the Germans.

, Souta and Howe Wilken
avoided making contact with
Stergiou. They arranged, instead,
to have th. list passed to Mor-

Soutar lost contact at the" air airdrome
drome airdrome during the raid traced
Mike to the train lost him and
continued his search.
"Of course I was at disadvan disadvantage,"
tage," disadvantage," Soutar said, "never having
seen you or knowing exactly
what you looked like. But then
your good friend Mosley solved
the problem for me,"
"Exactly who is Mosley?"
"Well,, he had a half dozen ali aliases.
ases. aliases. He was an Oxford train
ed German agent. He worked
hand in glove with Hcilser."
"This Ileilser-I take it he is
lop dog..."
"Ah, Konrad. I've met him
twice before. Norway first then

mam nii.-..i. : . i

...,ij vAunais in we liTPPk ant,.

lernment and posed a prooositinn

ThpV .WprA tn turn 1

laoorators if occupation became
imminent. Seventeen men agreed
to this. They are now working for
the Germans as far as the world
at large is concerned. All of them
are in important positions there
are two or three cabinet ministers
among them. Actually, of course,
they are working for us..' Waiting
for us to contact them."
SOUTAR ground out his cigaret
and looked off te the horizon.
"No man on the, Stergiou list
knows who the next one is. Each
man works; separately In case the
Germans, find one out, they won't
be able to bag the entire lot."
Mike remained quiet for several
momenl5v.lt-seemed such a futile
gesture. "These 17 men what
can they hope to do against what
we have just seen?"

"Do?" Soutar said. "Many

France. Brutal persistent. He'lli war has been won or lost in our

hunt us d.own if he has to look be

hind every -tree and rock in
Greece."

Go on

business. Among- them, they'll

nave access to secret documents
they'll know every move the Ger

mans plan in this theater 'they'll

; "Not much more to it," Soutarlknow every submarine operating
said, "When I saw Mosley on the from a Greek port they'll know
train I knew he was searchin' youi every troop and gun they have.

out. msieaa ot looxm. tor you li rnis war win take a turn, one dav

he'd

try-

watched Mosley in hopes

lead me to you. He did."
Mike grinned. "I've been
ing to get away from you.

Very good for a newcomer,

rison. Then they made their move ; Morrison, very good. The list you fronts."

as a cover to exclude Morrison have it ?"
from any suspicion. I "I memorized it and tore it

Howe-Wilken went to S t e r- up. Mike paused. "The Stergiou

mark my words. And when it
does the Undergrounds in Greece
and the occupied countries will

handcuff 25 Gernfan divisions and
keep them from fighting at the

'My name is Soutar. Major

iTITLED Lovely. Emmi Ruck-
enbauer poses with her regal I
sash after being named "Miss'
Vienna" in the Austrian eapi-1
tal. She'll compete for the
1 "Miss Austria" title, and if she
wins she'll enter the next
..''Miss Universe" "contest at
.Long Beach, Calif.- Vital statistics-
37-22-37.

Ill i I IHIWHONII, SUUNO

Esquire. Author Of 'That Piece' Here;
Has Changed Mind About Latin Lovers

A bright-eyed, dark haired beau-1 young artists in Greenwich

iy, who in a wea& moment once lage

wrote a piece caned Latins Are

(TO BE CONTINUED
NEXT WEEK)

IlirrL-nin h Celled
(By A Prc-n.'jrsrajl) (
Ditna Ct-'i-felj.Too
WASHINGTON, Mar. ?4-(UP)
Some southern Demon ?t& saw
their bad dreams coming true
today in New York Democr"
Chairman Michael prendergtj
statement that Gov. Averell Har
rlman is "definitely" a preslden preslden-tial
tial preslden-tial candidate,
Prendergast said last night the
New York Governor's entry in
the race for the Democratic
presidential nomination was as assured
sured assured by Sen. Estes Kefauver's
defeat of Adlal Stevenson in
the Minnesota primary. HarrU
man has consistently said he is
an inactive candidate.
Many southern Democrats find
the thought of Kefauver as their
party's standard bearer unpleas unpleasant,
ant, unpleasant, some are even more op opposed
posed opposed to Harrlman.
- A convention fight between
Kefauver and Harriman for the
nomination would leave. many
southerners v with little choice.
" A highly placed sotuhern poli political
tical political figure already has predict
ed flatly that "a splinter group
will be formed in the wake of
the Democratic national conven convention.
tion. convention. He said he is convinced the
convention will nominate a can candidate
didate candidate and write a platform that
will be unacceptable to southern southerners
ers southerners because of the racial segre segre-gation
gation segre-gation issue.
Both Kefauver and Harriman
have taken strong anti-segregation
stands.

THE STORY OF EGGBERT An Easter Adventure

BY WALT SCOTT

Vil-

Lousy Lovers' visited our shores

this week and denied it all.
She's Helen Lawrenson, who
still has the same joie de vivre
and fire which back in 1936 shock shocked
ed shocked Cubans with her frankness.
Although first written anony anony-mously,
mously, anony-mously, the attractive author of
the controversial piece soon hail

At El Panama Hotel for a short
stay during which she glimpsed a
bit of our night life, the native New
Yorker recalled vividly how Pa Pa-namaniaj
namaniaj Pa-namaniaj rolled out the red carpet
for her back- in 1938; following her
expose.
A prominent Panamanian gentle gentleman
man gentleman threw a party in her honor at

wnun he invited the cream of

to own up because women all over Panama's society but only men
the Stales were representing tl;em- "Nothing like it has ever happen

seives as me concocicr oi tne fis-jea to tne before- or since he

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Although she considers herself
the "world's best dawdler," -plans
for the immediate future include a
piece on Panama ("I used to think
it was a sinful city, but- it isn't")
a profile on Aristotle Onassis for
Esquire when she reiurns to New
York, a flying trip to Hollywood
where she'll stay with ;. an old
friend, Joan Crawford, and just
look around and "get impressions"
and 'then possibly a .short hop to
Europe. ..
Sumimns no her seven dav

nas

iaunt here. Helen Lavrenson

says with a faraway .glint. "I've! come to the conclusion that Lal-
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.u t t0VM Dc(n Puo'ed; lant gesture." She savs they didn't Uive and bright." and their wome:i
is hat Mrs. Lawrenson married a seem at all mad, but were trying "extremely chic."
Latin from Venezuela shortly aft-1 to convince her thnl the title of!
rv her article blastmr, the 1 o v e her story was fallacious. I She's loved every minute ot her
technique of Latins vas published Now on her return trip, after 18' stay and jokingly adds that lomc
She later divorced him, and for. years absence the vivacious' writ-' dav prcttv sunn she'll ho writ in? a
iJ.CmaA mCI? haprp,-ly ?r finds 10,hinK nas chanced asi story called '.'Latins Were Lousy
Vln Marme off,cjfar as the warm hospitality of the Locn But They Ain't Any-
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