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

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No Visible Progress, Bui...
Optimism Remains High
In Disarmament Talks

. LONDON, March 26 (UP) Five-power disarma disarma-ment
ment disarma-ment talks nsumi her today and optimism remain! high
despite an inconclusive firtt week.
The lecond round in the resumed discussions by the
United Nation disarmament subcommittee was expected
to produce a Russian answer and perhaps counter-proposals
to the two Western plans put forward last week.

These were: ..'
1. An Anglo-French plan for
gradual three-stage disarmament.
. 2. An American plan to set up
"test" disarmament areas in the
United States and the Soviet U U-nion
nion U-nion to check on both the Soviet
ground inspection team and Pres President
ident President Eisenhower's aerial inspec inspection
tion inspection proposals. iV
Russia will press uie nesi
firm committment to ban produc production
tion production and use of atomic weapons
now before it considers any West Western
ern Western disarmament plans, informed
aources said. ;
Soviet deputy foreign minister
Andrei Gromyko has criticized the
French-British plan for disarming
in three phases, but has not Re Rejected
jected Rejected it, informed sources dis disclosed.
closed. disclosed. 'V.'
He has made bo comment on
th U. S. proposal t' cut Soviet
and U. S. armed forces toS'
million each and to et aside a
20,00ft to 30,009 square mile Jt
are in. each nation for mutual
inspection. 1 .' "' "'
The U.S.. proposal is to .start
now with a pilot plan for disar disarmament
mament disarmament and advance by gradual
stages, to a nuclear :' production
Britain and France propose dis disarmament
armament disarmament in three phases.
'it- wAiiM tart with an armi
fi-p-ie and then aim at toiai pro

i. mmm f niirlpur weapon anai

destruction of stocks of such wea-

pons-once scientific control can
be effectively set upf
S:niV SffiiJ S::n
On Ai'.:iiti:l l&i
To Supply RP Vslsr
Two French firms are sched scheduled
uled scheduled to start a survey soon on
the possibility of creating an arr
tlficial lake to Rive Panama its
own water supply system.
A $235,000 contract signed .here
Saturday between the Pnrna
government and the French
firms of Eaux et Assalnissement
' and C. Chabal calls for creation
of a dam near the mouth of the
Las Lajas river, if the locale is
-f found adequate for the purpose.
. The contract was signed by
Dr. Sergio Gonzalez Ruiz. Min Minister
ister Minister of Social Welfare and Pub Public
lic Public Health, and Maurice Duchez
.in representation Of the French
companies. ;
Preliminary surveys and plans
should be completed by June
1957 tccordln? to the provisions
. of the contract. Work on the
project, aimed at. supplying Pan
'ama City with 30,000,000 gallons
of water by the year 2000. will
start immediately afterwards if
it is found the Las Lajas river
- will continue to be able to cope
with the city's estimated con consumption
sumption consumption for the next 44 years.
The plan is aimed at meeting
Panama City's water require requirements
ments requirements which at present are be being
ing being filled by the overloaded Ca Ca-nai
nai Ca-nai Zone water, system. c. .'.'.-
Black Ma nic Culls
Pislno In BrHaln, ;

Cliicn Cli:rass
v BIRMINGHAM, England, Mar.
28 (UP) A prominent British
churchman, has charged that
the practice of "black magic" is
increasing in tnis country.
Canon Bryan Green, rector of
Birmineham, said there are 400
active black maer1c cult members
in Fno-land's Midlands.
"Nothing ran be worse' or
more depraved than the deliber deliberate
ate deliberate distortion of the beautiful
and natural gift of sex for sen sen-rjrtiis
rjrtiis sen-rjrtiis and perverted feelings of
mtlflcation," Green (1uAnd
this is what black magic does."
Passover Program
On Radio Tomorrow
A special Passover program will
be heard tomorrow morning
starting at 9:15 over Radio
. Station HOG.
. j .' ' 'i
The : 15-minute program
especially transcribed for the
'lassover holidays and consists of
1. V U 1 1 1.
(layers cy nauui xvosun jiui;r
vand
a story narraten by Rapw

Aba. KUlel Silver and Hctu v HuU.!Ju?h..fasliion.iabrka long enough,"

Music is provided by a chorus i
of the School of Sacred Musi.', ofj
the Jewish Institute of Religion,

Russia objects to the France France-British
British France-British plan e the grounds it
places abolition of nuclear wea weapons
pons weapons in the indefinite future, in informants
formants informants said.

The sources said Moscow wants
a commitment on immediate dis
armament of conventional w e a
pons and a complete ban on atom
ic weapons, to oe accompanied oy
a firm commitment on targets and
dates.
The Soviets were understood to
oppose the plan to establish con controls
trols controls by aerial inspection before
actual disarmament starts.
The French-British plan propos proposed,
ed, proposed, that President Eisenhower's
"open skies" aerial inspection
plan and Soviet Premier Nikolai
Bulganin's key ground points in inspection
spection inspection plan be put into effect in
the first tages of disarmament.
Pcnzm-rrJm Xlmm
Held On Beliery, -Inloxicelion
Count
A 29-year-old Panamanian
woman who only two months a
go was placed on probation for
1 1 lMtnwlAa(Afl attain f4frf
t. t,9lhno Ma0rt.trt todav on
u
The case against Sara del
Carmen Vernaza, a resident ol
Panama CHy was continued un until
til until later this afternoon and she
is In jail in default of posting
$25 bail.
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Besides intoxication, the de
fendant is charged with battery,
"unlawfully using force on Do-
mlniro Ouinonez bv biting him
on the left forearm and break
ing and tearing the skin."
The incident allegedly occur
red in Gamboa yesterday.
On Jan. 4, the woman was
found guilty of intoxication and
given a suspended sentence. In
addition she. was placed on one
year probatlon.,on the condition
that she would not be guilty of
a similar offense.
I!:ly Ar.!:cin:!2X
Visit From Pcrcn
'In About 2 Weeks'
MILAN, Italy. March 26 (UPV
Italian newspapers reported
today that ousted Argentine
president Juan D. Peron is ex expected
pected expected in Italy "in about two
weeks."
The Milan afternoon newspa newspaper
per newspaper Corriered'Informazlone ban bannered
nered bannered the story last night. Other
Italian papers carried it this
morning.
Bruno Bailatl. the Milan in
dustrialist who first reported
Peron's proposed European trip
in a recerlt Interview with Unit United
ed United Press, said today that the de deposed
posed deposed Argentine leader would
come at the end of' April,, as
planned. ; -.
At the time of .the United
Press Interview' Peron declined
to comment on Vailati's state statements."
ments." statements." r-T!M.'.T."r!r" r'
VaiJati. who recently visited
Peron In Panama, said he was
helping make arrangements for
Peron's EuroDean tour, which
would carry the exiled Argentine
to Italy. West Germany, France
and Switzerland.
'.-.--' v -.,
Vailati said Peron would enter
these countries on a tourist visa
and had no intention of asking
for political asylum.
In Italy, Peron was exnected
to visit Rome; Milan, Turin and
the Lake Cnmo area where, ac according
cording according to Vailati. there are in industrialists
dustrialists industrialists anxfous to entertain
him at their villas.
Vailati say? he would come to
Rome to meet Peron.
Fashion Designer
lauds Burlap Bag
For Summer Vccr
NEW YORK, March 26 (UP)-
v incw i one designer disclosed
today he is fashioning an entire
summer wardrobe made of bur burlap.
lap. burlap. Potatoes hve been dressed in
said Dan Bsrkin. "They has had
their day, Now the city girl will
have hers."

(NEA Telephoto)
TEST FLIGHT The MX 774
rocket, which is the predeces predecessor
sor predecessor of the Atlas intercontinen intercontinental
tal intercontinental ballistics missile under de development
velopment development at Convalr Division
of General Dynamics Corpora Corporation
tion Corporation in San Diego, Calif., rises
from the ground at the White
Sands, N.M.i proving grounds.

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hi-

. (NEA Telephoto)
GUARDIANS OF LOS ANGELES Scorpion all weather jet
fighters swoop down on Nike defenses in Palos Verdes penin peninsula
sula peninsula at Point Vincent, Calif. The objective was to show how
the Air Force and Army are cooperating in working out mutual
problems in defense of the Los Angeles area.

' 7 .- (NEA Telephoto)
MASTER WEAPON Soldiers at Fort Meade, Md., set up photo photoelectric
electric photoelectric light guns as part of a new Missile Master the coun country's
try's country's first electronic system designed for controlling and coor coordinating
dinating coordinating anti-aircraft missile batteries and other advanced

Army weapons as they become available. The new Missile
Master was developed by the Army and Glenn Martin Co.

Mel

US Research Expert Warns
Of Red Ballistic Progress

WASHINGTON, March 28 (UP)
.Th npfpnse Deoartment's re
search chief warned yesterday
that. Russia is "closing the gap"
on the United States iri the race
to develop an international Bal Ballistic
listic Ballistic missile and new jet bomb bombers.
ers. bombers. .....
Dr. C. C. Furnas, assistant se secretary
cretary secretary of defense for research
and, development, said the Sov Soviets
iets Soviets "haven't caught up with us,
but they're making rapid prog progress."
ress." progress." h snld this .country is faced
with an 'uncomfortable and
rhallpncine" situation.
Trevor Gardner, a California
Industrialist, auit as Air Force
research chief Feb. 8 after crit
icizing the administration for
falling to speed development of
the city-wrecking unerconunen unerconunen-tal
tal unerconunen-tal ballistic missile.
SOVIETS MAKING PROGRESS
Furnas said it will be "per "perilous...
ilous... "perilous... if we become compla
cent and think everything is
rosy."

o

He was Questioned about the
relative weapons progress of the
United States and. Russia in a
filmed television interview with
Rep. Harold C. Ostertag (R-
N.Y.).
Furnas described the situation
as more one of Russia "closing
the gap" than the United States
"falling behind."
In fact, he said. "I feel quite
certain it is correct to say we
are well ahead."
He added that "if you want to
go into particular kinds" of mis
siles, "the story is probably dlf-
lerent."
There are certain missiles,
he said, in which "the Rus Russians
sians Russians have been specializing
and in which they are prob probably
ably probably getting quite close to us."
SEE-SAW RACE
Mr. Eisenhower said at a re
cent news conference that this
country is ahead of Russia in
the development of some mis
siles whll the fommnntsts nrnh
ably are ahead in other aspects
or tne program.
On the intercontinental ballls
tic missne. wnicn would nave a
range of about 5000 miles. Fur
nas said the United States has
not "perfected" such a weapon
and "I'm quite sure that Russia
hasn't."
He described the so-called
IBM as "pretty close" to being
. He said he believes It. mxslhl
to evolve "at least a partial de de-fense"although
fense"although de-fense"although not "100 ner
cent effective."
Defy Day Ciuf:;.
Ccnib Brilish Group
NICOSIA. Cyprus. Marrh ?
(UP) Cvprlot extremists v-
ploded a bomb and fired at a
group of Britons yesterday in
defiance of a 24-hour curfew
that transformed all hie CvDrus
communities into virtual ghost
towns.
British troops, with fixed bay bayonets
onets bayonets and tommy guns, stood
euard over the ricprtH trt.
of towns and cities to enforce)
me curlew .that confined vir virtually
tually virtually all Cyprlots to their
homes.,
- The restrictions were ordered
by British Governor General ir
John Harding to prevent violent
outbreaks by advocates of union
with Greece on the occasion of
Greek independence Day.
One man was injured by the
time bomb explosion at Ktima
and police arrested three sus suspects.
pects. suspects.
A rifle bullet smashed through
a steel shutter and scattered
four dlce-playlng Britons gather gathered
ed gathered in a bar here. No one was
hurt and troops cordoned off the
area.
au out, essenuai worxers were
ordered to stay in. their homes.
But even those judged essential
had to have special passes from
the British and were constantly
challenged by troops.
Groups of four or five soldiers
were stationed at each intersec intersection
tion intersection or road island in big cities
throughout the island where
sentiment is strong for union
with Greece,
Uaiiiier'sXhapkinl
Played I Isfchnisker
For Grece, Prince
t numAW ii l mm ...n. M.'.
ijv.xujii. luarcn cs y in ine
Sunday Express today quotedl
Father Francis Tucker. Prince!

Rainier's American chaplain. asicunmHii. the 50-vear-old civilian

saying he was the matchmaker for
the Prince and Grace Kelly.
'I don't dare a rap if people call
me a matchmaker. I am a match
maker, and I can tell you that
this royal engagement is not the
first match-making I have done,"
Tucker said.
According to the Express, the
Wilmington, Del., clergyman said
that when he found both the prince
and Miss Kelly were impressed,
by each other, "I started making
inouiries." ;
Tucker said, "Grace was over overawed
awed overawed at first. Yod see, all Ameri Americans
cans Americans are overawed when they
think about royalty or titles.
"But Grace soon got over being
turned inside out at the thought of
marrying a prince
Tucker told the Express there

were "mean people" who criticiz- zled Beduln chief and Brlglttej years of aee. His 75 sons say he's!
ed himu.,,4 .Jjlarogala 18. of Landau, Bava-lclor to 65. But he Is clear-eyed;
"One woman wro'who do you.ria exchanged their first vows by .and his strong, white Icetii belie,
think you are Rasputin?' he mail. his years.
said. All that keeps them apart is' Sulseiman acquired a German-'

France Pours
More Troops
Into Algeria
ALGIERS, Algeria, March 26 26-(UP)
(UP) 26-(UP) France began air-lifting
troops into Algeria from French
West Africa today to swell the
ranks of rcinfnrrmnt( hln r
thrown into the fight to crush the!
nationalist uprising.
Giant Armagnac troops and car cargo
go cargo carriers of the French A i r
Force started landing troops at
Despite the arrival of reinforce-
tirS&SrASt

persons were reported Kinea in ungci u uimcu iruiiuer pian wun jyria, rvuaaie Casr C,i C,i-new
new C,i-new action. But no large scalelnnrf het rnortefi tnAnv
clashes were renorted hetwn Prcnes reponea TOOay,

French and rebel forces.
The troops arriving were part
of 30,000 reinforcements ordered
into Algeria in an emergency
program that will raise French
forces fighting the rebellion to
almost 270,000 men.
Other troops have been arriv arriving
ing arriving by ship during the past week
from Europe and West Africa.
The 7th French Mechanized Divi-
sion is due to start .landing here,
tomorrow.
Advance units of the French 5th
Division disembarked in Oran
Friday.

These two NATO divisions, in Arab Legion. -
addition to the five already in! It was believed to be the first
Algeria, leave France with only time the chiefs of the two coun coun-two
two coun-two half -strength divisions in tires had met since the dismissal

Europe.
In Paris French Premier Guy
Mollet opens another trying
week today facing decisions
which may alter France's mili
. tary rale in the North Atlantic
Alliance.
Tomorrow, the bespectacled ex-
English teacher and his cabinet
devote another long session to the
Algerian problem. --' 'I
- .Z1- .
The big questions facing the
group are: now many more, men
must France send to Algeria, how
many of them can she scrape up
from her now almost depleted
NATO forces, and can France af afford
ford afford not to replace at least some
of the men she has drained away
from her NATO commitments?
One set of answers to the those
questions is contained in what is
"Ue1
tne "Bourges-Maunoury

plan presented to the cabinet last vy cruiser there in a "show the were extended either to the Arab
week by defense minister Maunce(flag- move the first of its kind states or to Israel and the Securi Securi-Bourges
Bourges Securi-Bourges Maunoury. ...;. I since the fleet was sent to Abadan ty Council hoped to end its work

uaclc y Governor oen. ODeri
Lacoste, the plan calls for send
ing 100,000 troops to Algeria.
Half are already on the way
Ike In W. Virginia
To Meet Canadian,
Mexican Neighbors
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS.
West Virginia, March 26 (UP)
Prudent Eisenhower came, here
today to meet and establish closer
,,.,. i .nn..t. ,ni, k. k.,j.
I o( government of his two closest
ne!ghhorinif countries. Mexico and
Canda.
- - .....
The United States Chief Execu Executive
tive Executive arrived here by. train in the
early morning and had the day to
himself before President Adolfo
Ruiz Cortines and Premier Louis
St, Laurent were due in the late
afternoon by plane.
Tipsy Army Worker
Develops In teTesf
In Conning Passes
Hary V. Colbert, an Army am am-ploye,
ploye, am-ploye, today was fined $25 in the
Ralhn Maoictrt' fnnrt far in.
.
tnnratinn
According to a complaint re-
iiivrt hv th- Militarv Pniir at
was asking people in the c 1 u b
bouse to show Mm tneir passes..
He was arrested early Saturday
morning and charged with intoxi intoxication.
cation. intoxication. Colbert is a heavy equip equipment
ment equipment operator.

39 Wives Sooth Sheik, You re Dern Teuto

BERSHEBA, Israel, March 26
(UP) Sheikh Suleiman of the
Huse'El tribe hvlsrael'g Negev
Desert had. his 39 wives
gently
mother him today while he stud studied
ied studied the German words he will
need to converse with his 40th
bride.
It is now a year since the griz-
It is now a year since tne griz-

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Last Link

As Jordan Joins
m

yria-Egypt Axis

LONDON, March 26 (UP)

the Arab'B g Three" military alliance against Isrctl

Drirain meanwnne puouciy caned Egyptian Premier
Gamal Abdel Nasser the No. 1 trouble-maker In the Mid Middle
dle Middle East. i
The new united frontier plan would provide an un unbroken
broken unbroken line along Jordan and Syrian borders for joint ac action
tion action against Israel. Syria is already allied with Egypt and
Saudi Arabia. 1;:

Dispatches from Tel Aviv said
the measure resulted from conver-
sations held last night between
Gen. Shawkat Shukier, chief of
staff of Syria, and Maj. Gen. Radi
lAdab, the new commander of the
of Gen. Sir John Glubb as com
mander of the Arab Legion.
Britian branded Nasser the
Middle East's No. trouble troublemaker
maker troublemaker when the foreign office
publicly rebuked him for his po policies
licies policies and propaganda --against
Britain and its allies.. ;
Meanwhile two Arab nations
were today reported actively con
spiring to deal Britain another
kick in the teeth in the explosive
I Middle East.
Tne London Daily Mail acem-
ed Saudi Arabia lnd th- Vemen
of financing an armed rebellion
against Britain in remote but
strategic Aden, which is just re recovering
covering recovering from a prolonged and
violent strike.
Experts here also said a new

outbreak may come any day on! Until this development the coun coun-Bahrein,
Bahrein, coun-Bahrein, the oil-rich Persian gulf cil session was expected to be
Sheikhdon where there were re-: brief, and unanimous agreement

cent anti-British riots.
Rri(.in ha rushed a
Rnvnl K.
J95! .fter Iran ousted British
oil men.

Further Primary Wins Would
Make Kefauver Hard to Stop

WASHINGTON, March 28 -r-i
(UP) Sen. Estes Kefauver now
has only five per cent of the na national
tional national convention delegates he
needs to win the Presidential
nomination. But a continuing
string of primary victories could
elv. him formidable strength.
By his primary victories in
New Hampshire and Minnesota,
the Tennesseean won 34 of the
delegate votes to be cast at the
Democratic national convention.
To win, a candidate must have
687 of the 1372 convention votes.
The next Presidential pri pri-mary
mary pri-mary comes a week from to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow n Wisconsin, where
Kefauver will pocket 28 more
delegate votes without contest.'
That primary will bring his to
tal to 62, still less than 10 per
cent of the total needed.
The 10 states in which Kefau
ver has etnered or announced
plans to enter Presidential -primaries
have a total of 276 con convention
vention convention votes.
In most of these states, Ke
f auver has his own delegate Blate
or the delegates elected are
committed to th winner of the
primaries.
If he keeps building his del delegate
egate delegate total, he presumably will
be picking up some strength in
the Israeli ban on Germans en
terlng the country. The Sheikh
- has hopes the ban soon will pe
dropped. ;

He picked Miss Marogaia irominer "nooie lord oi tne cescri
a host of German girls whomust be translated for him.
wrote him when stories appear- He has plenty of time f
ed in the European press of his study.
matrimonial aspirations. Life is good to the beaiJ-

The Sheikh admits to be

gD

Gosgs

Jordan has linked ifstif
The other explosive point, the
Aden protectorate, is on the south
east coast of the peninsula and is
the site of a new oil refinery.
Meanwhile at the United Na-
tions, in New York, the Arab
states were reported seeking tt tt-day
day tt-day to postpone the United
States move for "urgent and
early" security council interven intervention
tion intervention in the Middle East.
The Security; Council called a
meeting for later this afternoon to
consider the American move
which was expected to result in a
peace-making trip to the Mid-11-East-by
U.N.-'spcrclary jr.v
Dag Hammarskjo!d..
, Dispatches from the Middle
East hinted that the Arab stalf
would seek some means of delay delay-ing
ing delay-ing the action and an unconfirmed
report from Damscus said the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union would support them.
Both Syria and Lebanon were
reported active here to delay tho
Hammarskjold mission and the
Lebanese and Syrian delegates in
dicated they would ask to be
heard at today's session
appeared certain.
Hnwpvpr. no Affinal invitation!
quicklv-bcfore the Jewish Pass-
'over begins at sundown.
states which do not hold Pres Presidential
idential Presidential primaries,
Meanwhile Adlai E. Stevenson
gave up a Florida vacation and
prepared today for a flvma
"Stop Kefauver" trip to California..--:
,,:..;'.'-'
' Stevenson made his sudden
change in plans at an emergen emergency
cy emergency meeting at his Chicago head headquarters
quarters headquarters yesterday.
He expects to leave Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday and final details of his Ca California
lifornia California swing will be hammered
out at a staff meeting today.
An aide said Stevenson will
probably stop at San Francisco
and Los Angeles in an attempt
to bead off any mounting pop-
ularty for Kefauver.
Stevenson announced he -will
"work harder than ever" to gain
the Democratic Presidential
nomination after Kefauver whip whipped
ped whipped him in last week's Minneso.
ta presidential primacy.
However, he had hoped to rest
up this week in Florida wtih the
second oldest of his three sons,
John Fell Stevenson. The youth,
a Harvard university student.
j was seriously hurt n a recent
auto crash.
cstevenson apparently cai'ej
off his vacation plans on the
basis of reports from his back backers
ers backers in California.
iArabic dictionary and has br-
boning up on the German lan
guage. in tne meantime, tn
letters his briae-to-be senas i
56iSheikh. His wives care for
and bake bread.
lie eats quant.itjps of r-
while'" nioit cf his'trlLc t...
mainly on bread, cheese t
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an evening reading a paper bought with his own nickel, but
pj elerg to borrow his neighbor's, and if that is unavailable he
misses what he had hoped to read or had written days in ad advance.
vance. advance. 1 auggest he oraw up a contract with The Panama
; American Co., and then, like myself, he'll get a copy of the
newspaper every evening, thereby not missing a single Mail Box
column. -'.
Aren't things bad enough without him putting in his two two-bit
bit two-bit piece? It's bad enough the way we live among the Pan Panamanians
amanians Panamanians with a mistrust for each other. Bitter words only
create enemies. A thief doesn't like seeing another person with
a bag or sack on his shoulder.
I will try to save space by equalizing as closely as possible
my answers with his statements pertaining to non-voters, non non-buycouers,
buycouers, non-buycouers, non-murderers, non-kidnapers, non-punishment and
barred education facilities. In disagreement of No. 1, 2, 3 and
4:
No. l.-i-Want to know why people are scared to let them
. vote? Because uncivilized people like you, Mr. Fed Up, believe
that with a mass vote someone will be placed in office who, in
turn, will prevent troublemakers of your type from hanging
your tongue too far out of your mouih, thereby belittling the
civilized American wherever he goes. The one you refer to is
one of the most Intelligent of our Congressmen. One of his
democratic princip!e3 is that of free speech, for me as well as
..- you.
Iunocent remarks are made by the wisest of men, may I
assume. He would be the first to uphold (not destroy) your
and my democracy by simply doing what he preaches. Thats
uplifting, not depriving as in your case, Mr. Fed Up.
, The uneducated masses, if given power, at least would edu educate
cate educate the uneducated and prejudice-minded, not fight against
his own brethren but against Communism instead, and at the
same time- give out wholeheartedly, with their best for their be beloved
loved beloved country as they have done in the past. 8ce?
'"'No. 2. The Alabama law-pertaining to boycotting is in it itself
self itself illegal It's legal for those who are illegal, but white; and
vice versa (illegal for those who are legal, but black.) If its
not too complicated for you, maybe your son who is in the Army
can explain it. .
' Borne of the boys In Washington I agree are very smart, but
much dumber when they want to be. (That goes for things
they see and know but about which they turn their faces the
otherway and keep mum.) Bulganin may give us a tip or two
on our own democracy. I. was born in Alabama and raised in
Washington, so I know, chum. -.- 'i.
' No. 3. Murder and kidnaping never should be, condoned by
civilized people period whether it be deliberate or vol voluntary.
untary. voluntary. The real law is God's law: "Thou shalt not kill." i
vmni. nf vnnr tvn npvpr ran live ions because your own con-1

acience eata your heart out and

arteries (coronary thromoosisj a jury reany wouia uc unauic
tor sympathize with you because you will be dead before the Jury
sentences you. See? '.
No. 4. Buster is surely bending his ear attentively, but
please be advised that it was as an American citizen (I pledge
allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, etc)
that the young lady chose the college she desired to attend;
also that she was encouraged by some of the students attend attending
ing attending said college who were her bosom irlends from childhood
and white ones at that. She never thought that other so-called
civilized students would do what they did. Did you ever wonder
Why she was born an American? J ':
The truth Is already coming out. Didn't you see how many
white students were in her favor, that they even wrote her let letters
ters letters of sympathy, and didn't you see how many were expelled
or suspended for what took place? ; .
You will Shortly see who is going to blush when Eisenhower
steps in. He's an Army man, you know. Just like our Governor
here. He's tough, when he gets rough.
There's no color chart when you're chosen as a draftee for
the Armed Forces, and when you're fighting on the front,
bullets don't look to Bee If the white will be killed before the
black, or vice versa, you know. ;
, Since you speak like a Ku Klux Klan member, why Joes a
person like you come down here to make it hardera s Amer Americans?
icans? Americans? Your type is unwanted down here, in answering some
of the questions asked by "Mr. Observer'': t
' No. 1 .Yes, because we Americans try to make the world
(eel that they were not created equal. ; v
No. 2, Yes, especially white Americans like you and me, be because
cause because we do not practice what we preach so they mistrust us.
No. 3. Yes, because we Americans also told them to stay
" below deck until out in the open sea. -.-. ,: ......
No. 4. Yes, the Germans feel superior and act superior,
even to the white Americans. Right now the majority of our
bjad doctors and scientists in the atomic research labs and
plants are German. We depend on them. ;
No. 5. Yes, because they don't have confidence in anyone,
cot even us Americans. We are too two-faced.
No. 6. You're telling me, Bud! Buf I guess we Americans
'have some say in it, like back home. . ioo
No. 7. Because as Americans wc should do better, because
we know better.
r No. 8. Yes, it's identical to the Klu Klux Klan now de defunct
funct defunct but being re-formed under a different name.
No. 8. Yes, we Americans helped sponsor it by giving them
our ideas. Bulganin said so. .
American-Born

PAST AND
Sir:
'(pnt.n; th Mines. Insults

resident on the other side of Fourth of July Ave have ibeen
intensified towards the people (Panamanians) on this -side of
Avenlda Cuatro de Julio. -'
Panamanians are conscious of the egoism, segregation and
discrimination attitude towards us. , t '. ;
Many Panamanians ,who tendered service in strategic posl posl-tlon
tlon posl-tlon on the Canal Zone and other places during World War II
were commended for their loyalty and excellent services to the
United States government. There was not a single case where
disloyalty had to be investigated by the authorities. On the
contrary, many of the gripers on the Canal Zone were probed
by the authorities as to their loyalty to Uncle Sam.:----
Now that the situation is back to normal once more and
peace is restored, these identical Americans who were crying
their heads off in those days and trembling with fear wdnder wdnder-ing
ing wdnder-ing what the next day may bring, are griping and fostering
These identical "gringos" wno were also willing to fight
rlongside Panamanians, Africans, Hindus, etc., in defense of
freedom and equality for all are quietly back in their "cage"
bating their gums about Panamanians.
i Mr. X.

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

tw:
Another week of this same

t'tt at this nice green foliage, the trees are putting out, to say
nothing of the fruit crop that's aure to go. Further north the
prospects for fruit are still good, and an old friend writes from
Oaliiornla that the prune crop is sale so I guess we'll be able
to keep full of prunes. ...
The doctors have cut salt off my bill ot fare, so it's mostly
fruit for me with a few saltless eggs. I can say I'm feeling
tetter than I did a month ago, and you may hear from me
another year. If there'a anything special on for this one, I
haven't heard of it.
Frank is in the hospital trying to get even with the Mutual
cf Omaha, and daughter is hopping around trying to protect a
rheumatic leg. I'm the only one left that can get around.
There is plenty of speculation this morning about what the
results will be from the death of Senator Kllgore. It couid
caue a switch from a Democrat to a Republican majority, but
1 uon't logk for it, as the next election is a cinch for a gain of
cr.e seat and of all things, it's Taft's old seat In Ohio.
Texas is going to have a lot of candidates for Governor
eliminated and it looks to me like it will be a newcomer in the
.f !!(. Looks--like-&!iiatur.-Pi,lce DiUiU'Ls.ii-ilLtii;op.in and scatter
hat bunch of hopefuls who are almost equal to Wiilnun Jen Jennings
nings Jennings Bryant for President who never Rave up hope. '..
I'd better close now as my eyesight isn't so eood.
Pop Wright

AMERICAN

PANAMA AMfKICAM PIUli INC
Am as iono
the, preposterous comments of
it shrivels up with a clog of the j
PRESENT
and abuses bv the American
warm weather and It's going to

Labor News
And
Comment

By VICTOR R1ESEL
Some of the top American Com Communist
munist Communist leaders are folding their
tenets and trying to steal silently
into the night.
They want to set out of town

out of sight, anywhere they caH
stav out nf iheir nun imHv lima. I V

light during the fight between the
Khrushchev forces and the old
Stalin' bloc. The American Com Communist
munist Communist chiefs are being purged on
orders from Moscow Khrushchev
orders. While that may mean
mereiy being dumped irom the
Party, it might also mean being
dumped into the river 'or lime, as
a comrade or two nave been in
the past.
The Kremlin's command now is
to purge those who were most
closely and publicly identified with
the Malm era.
Moscow's orders are to then
turn the American Communist par
ty into a really tough underground
revolutionary force. This is based
on the theory that the Communists
can only take power in America
through eventual violent revolu
tion because the comrades could
never build powerful congressional
blocs here as they have in Italy
and France. There they have the
biggest blocs m the Parliaments
Thus the Party is being built
into a tough machine for indus industrial
trial industrial sabotage and leadership of
violent and prolonged strikes and
riots wherever they can be pro provoked
voked provoked on any Sssue such as
even the racial issue in the south
Leader of the Party today is
ex-convict Eugene Dennis, who
took over as soon as be left the
Federal oen. '. He now seeks to
ouree the 75-year-old William Z
Foster, whom the government may
soon try on charges ot violating
the Smith Act.
The Party plans no real defense
of its seine chief. If he should
go to jail, that would take care
of the man who replaced Earl
Browder.
Who. then, will be the public
leader of the American Commu Communist
nist Communist party? There have been ru rumors
mors rumors that Khrushchev might re rename
name rename Browder. I checked with
him Browder, not Khrushchev.
Comrade K just never answers
my letters.
Here is what Browder, the for former
mer former leader of the American Com Communist
munist Communist party, had to say. It is
the first time Browder has pub publicly
licly publicly criK;d the Communist par party
ty party itself since he was ousted:
"That (being recalled as Party
chief) would be extremely surpris surprising
ing surprising to me. And it should be equal equally
ly equally surprising to any objective
observer. For, it would Indicate an
'SueUectuai regeneration that is
impossible in people who have re renounced
nounced renounced th use of their inteln inteln-gence
gence inteln-gence for over 10 years." ;
I asked Browder to comment on
Lthe current crisis inside the Amer
ican Communist party.
"They can't do much more than
echo what they hear from Mos Moscow,"
cow," Moscow," Browder asserted.
I pressed him for more com comment,
ment, comment, but he replied: "Any further
comment from mc will have to
wait on history. . I'm doing
some serious thinking about writ writing
ing writing something. Nothing has been
formulated and I haven't clarified
in my mind" just what I might do."
If Browder does write a defini definitive
tive definitive book, he can rock the world.
For he was the behind-the-scenes
liaison between Moscow and Wash Washington
ington Washington for quite a while as well as
being public leader of the Amer American
ican American Communists. He also knows'
the full story of the intrigue which
led up to the Communists' capture
of Chlna..---!v;v: i
But whoever does lead the Com Communists
munists Communists will have difficulty be being
ing being Khrushchev's orders for revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary training in the U.S.
Scores of Communist leaders have
been in jail, serving five year
terms for teaching or advocating
the violent overthrow of the gov government.
ernment. government. Many others such as
Harry Bridges right hand man
in the west coast Longshoremen s
Union, Jack Hall ,of Hawaii-have
been convicted and are awaiting
appeal decisions. i ".
If the Communists now start
building a new revolutionary ap apparatus,
paratus, apparatus, secretly planning violence
while Khrushchev smiles at us,
they face new prosecutions and
new jail terms.
So, in the most secret Commu Communist
nist Communist high command meetings these
days, they are developing a jiew
Aesopian language which rnust be
so- skillfully devised that it will
stand a court test. The new ver verbiage
biage verbiage must sound innocuous and
yet be able to deliver revolution revolutionary
ary revolutionary instructions and commands.
This will require some dextrous
semantic antics to keep out of
jail. But orders are orders! Ah,
my friends, it's tough to be a
dated over there or jailed here.

Not

liftt

NEA Strvict, H.
WASHINGTON (NEA) Pohti-i
cal effects of the manifesto by a
hundred Southern senators and con-.
gressmen, calling for "reversal by
lffa1 mnana1 n trt a Cnnnam a
Court's public school desegregation
decision, are not being taken too
seriously in Washington.
vb wi ui oupicmc
Close study of the manifesto has
shown that it contains not even a
veiled threat of defiance of the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court. It outlines no
program of political action to
nullify the court's, decision. It docs
not mention "states' rights" nor
"interposition."
Calmer spirits among the signers
toned down the more violent lan language
guage language contained in an original
draft. --v.. --.'-,'
It was prepared by a small com
mittee of Southern senators, head
ed by Strom Thurmond ,(D-SC)
Dixiacrat ( presidential" candidate
in '48. ;
What, emerged, therefore; is now
taken as a political campaign
document issued largely for home
consumption in the South. Its effect
will be largely on coming state
primaries. v
As a matter of practical pontics,

it is recognized all over the coun- political leaders in Washington that
try that no Southern candidate for the Dixiecrats were not too happy
office can hope to win nomination over the results of their 1948 cam cam-or
or cam-or election if he publicly favorsipaign. They are not anxious to go
even gradual integration. through another third party ordeal.

Walter Wincldl In

THE BROADWAY LINE V
The George Bernard Shaw es
tate gets 10 per cent of the "My
Fair Lady" gross. The new hit
can cross $65,000 per week. The
terms of his will give the money
to some such nonsense as sim
plifying the alphabet. .Universal
Int'l Pictues paid Jimmy Stewart
nearly $2,000,000 for acting in "The
Glenn Miller story" film, in a
profit-participation deal. Probably
the tallest amount ever paid an
actor. Now they can t even get
him for a film. Too many com commitments.
mitments. commitments. ."Carousel" is doing
so well at the Roxy it will delay
the, premiere of "Man In the Gray
Flannel Suit," which was expected
to open on the 29th for the Easter
biz. .Harry Belafonte's next
Broadway show, "Sing. Man.
Sing," bows in the late Fall. It is
being written by his manager, J.
Richard Kennedy, who wrote the
screen treatment for "111 cry To
morrow . .When Sammy Cahn
the ton-flight songwriter, came out
of "My Fair Lady" opening night,
he was asked how he felt about
the score. ."Jealousl was the
snapper. .Three films featuring
.. ..,.....

LIFT UP YOUR' HEART

(A Lenten feature of the Pana-,was

ma-American, prepared by the
iiev. m. a. cookson, episcopal
Churches of Our Saviour-St. Mar-
garet.)
"CHOOSE YE"
Read St. Luke 19:43:47. "And
he said nnto them. How. say they
that Christ is David's son? And
David himself saith in the Book of
Psalms, The Lord, said unto my
Lord, Sit thou on my right hand,
Till I make thine enemies thy foot
stool. David therefore calleta him
Lord, how is he then his son"
JESUS our Lord chose the
I.nrft- hnw ia hm thpii hia annA"
, j
SIMON of Cyrenepatron saint
of many a faithful Negro congre-
gation had no choice. The cross

the Leader to Follow

Manifesto a Political
By PETER EDSON

This is beina cited as an exnlana.

'lion of why such liberals on other, Democratic Presidential Candidate
issues as Sen, Lister Hill (Ala) Adlai Stevenson dared to issue his
and Reps. Brooks Hays (Ark) and'statement that the Supreme Court
! U7si rri Dntmnn iTm, U 1 a ; a r i :

mifinv i aiiiiau va oifiiicu uic'was riKmv miiQ me jouineni ma ui

manifesto.
Northern Democratic political
leaders recognize that if such men
were defeated they would be re replaced
placed replaced by extreme reactionaries on
the integration and almost every
other issue. :-r'-:
This is One reason which such
liberal senators as Lehman (NY)
and Douglas (111) to whom the col colored
ored colored vote is important have been
so restrained in their comments on
the manifesto. Tbey deplore the
fact that the Southerners felt they
had to issue this statement. But
now that it is out, they are not
inclined to regard it as too disrup disruptive
tive disruptive 'polTtl factor.
A grand re over the civil rights
issue at the Chicago Democratic
national convention in August is
still not ruled out. But since this
convention comes only 12 weeks
before the November election, it
does not give much time for or organizing
ganizing organizing a third party.
There is a general feeling among
tv stars are dying at the boxof boxof-fices,
fices, boxof-fices, "Forever Darling," "Lone
Ranger", and "Sincerely Yours."
The Playwrights Company is re reported
ported reported paging newcomer Susan
Kohner. She stole the out-of-town
notices in "The Quiet Place,"
which never got to Broadway. They
want her for a big role in Jean
Anouilh's "Time Remembered."
She promises to be next season's
Susan Strasberg, they say. .Jul
ius. Monk's "4 Below" (in a Raths
keller at 51st and 6;th) has that
many in the cast. It is getting a
play from the stay-up crowd. Do-
die Goodman is the star. ."Lov ."Lovers
ers ."Lovers and. Lollipops," a new film, is
expected to be a click. Opens at
the Normandie April 16th. Lori
March is its star. She just joined
tha cast of "Chalk Garden". .
Twelve of the 25 Broadway pro-
ductions are in trouble. They are,
not expected to survive until Sum Summer.
mer. Summer. .The, rave -reviews for
"Time Limit!" were no help.
Three of the songs in the upcom upcoming
ing upcoming revue, "Sugar and Spice."
were written by a waiter and bus-
boy working at Ronnie's. .Pa-
1
iiiiiiijiMiii i jijiiiMtiiiM iwi rat irrw linn lit' Wi"1!''" 11 '
imposed upon him. proud
though later he was to have car
nea it tor nis Lord.
BUT Jesus went forward to Je Jerusalem
rusalem Jerusalem knowing what would be befall
fall befall Him, and He -went to the
Cross as if He were going to His
coronation.
coronation.
WE icannot follow Christ in His
redemptive work, for He died and
suffered on the cross, not merely
as our example, but as our Sa Sa-viour,'
viour,' Sa-viour,' and it is a Saviour we need.
"He died that we might be forgiv forgiven."
en." forgiven." THE CROSS of Christ is the
,. ,, , ,i
and the sin of man True love to
more than pity: it is the. identi-
1 fication oi one life with another.I

t;" r

Pawn?
I-
Thin is civpn nn rpasnn uhv
team wibuj( vu uic Aaauc lamai
segregation in public schools.
This may be a direct chal
lenge to the- Southerners to put up
a presidential candidate of their
own, in opposition to Stevenson at
the Chicago convention.
Northern and Western state dele delegations
gations delegations greatly outnumber the
South for a simple majority con
vention vote, however. And respon responsible
sible responsible spokesmen for the Democratic
party organization say it is incon inconceivable
ceivable inconceivable that their 1956 convention
will reject past platform dec declarations
larations declarations on civil rights;
Northern Democratic leaders like
to boast that the greatest progress
toward eliminating segregation has
been made during their past ad
ministrations.
They find it ironic that it is their
party which must now face a split
over this issue.
President Eisenhowers press
conference appeal for patience' is
being taken as a help to both
narties and both sides in avoiding
extreme emotionalism, over what
might otherwise become a highly
explosive issue.
NewYont
tricia Owens, a waitress at the
Coffee Mill on 56th Street, is also
a John Powers model. You'll see
her soon in the Pennsy R.R. tv
commercials. .Bandleader Lester
Lanin's new armumtion is Peru Peruvian
vian Peruvian heiress Mercedes de la Gran Gran-ja,
ja, Gran-ja, .Claire Bloom, the top tempt tempt-res
res tempt-res in "Richard HI." is a be
witching beauty who seems to be
made of moonlight. .uimgosn
The lyric of a new song rhymes
"sandwich" with "bandage"
Reddest face in town belongs to
an editor (of a book firm) who
rejected "Bridey Murphy," the No.
1 best-seller. Told author Mqrey
Bernstein "It won't go.
The New Yorker's page 38 car
toon is more truth than clowning.
Hardly any mag will offer a tv
program an award unless it is
assured of a Plug on it. .There
are now a dozen different record-
ings of "The Theme from Three
Penny Opera." The blue-piate spe special
cial special is the Dick Hyman Trio's turn
teetumtum. .Melody Keyes, a tall
Texas eyeful in the Latin Quarter
line, is the niece of star stripper
Lois DeFee. .Coronet is tossing
(Continued on Page 7)
"I died for vou." Wherever
love
meets sin, we have a cross.
JESUS chose to bear the Cross
for us, and He asks us to make
a choice: to bear the cross with
Him. "They, also, standing by the
cross, found, that' the Cross stood
k thm
LET US beware, however, of
speaking of our cross, or our
crosses, for a Cross is an instru instrument
ment instrument of death. On it selfishness is
put to death and life becomes cen centered
tered centered in Crhist, arid not self is
the center,
UTIEN vou choose the cross be
prepared, to say with St. Paul:
1 "ITsv ha ii ft Am an i aylntv cava
in-.
v" w ri'';i v
S-Vwhlcfc ? world
hath been crucified unto me, and
unto the world."

it. 2

WASHINGTO N-The
men;
around lice have decided on a
major shake-up of the .Eisenhower
Cabinet. As a start toward clear clearing
ing clearing the decks for action in the
coming presidential campaign they
plan to unload a total of four mem members
bers members of the Cabinet, the first having
already been announced Secretary
of the Interior Douglas McKay.
They will be unloaded adroitly
and diplomatically, and this col
umn unquestionably will be de denied.
nied. denied. Nevertheless, the fact re remains
mains remains that the men who are steer steering
ing steering Ike's campaign are deadly
cArinti mnA Annt nlan tA lot inv
deadwood or monkey-business in interfere
terfere interfere with victory in November.
In addition to Secretary McKay,
the cabineteers they have marked
Sinclair Wkt. ttcrtttrv of
commtrct Who in inner White
House circles is sometimes re referred
ferred referred to as the man who stayed
too long. He joined the Cabinet
with the expectation of staying one
year and has been here three. He
likes Washington. But the pow-ers-that-be
at the White House
don't like him. Also his ambitious
undersecretary, Walter Williams
nt Washington Stat, had lone ex
pected to step into his shoes. Fi-
nalltt "Qinnv" has hA h hip hllKl.
nt lahot m unmiictaker.lv Dinned
on him that it's decided he will
have it go.
nuuams, wiiw oyai f.utavui
the GtiTns-for-Eisenhower Commit;
tee and has been spending almost
more time at the White House than
at commerce, will take his place.
Arthur Summarfiald. tha DOtt-
muttr 9nral Who isn't popu popular
lar popular on Capitol Hill, and was always
frowned on by the Henry Ford
forces in Michigan, is next on the
list. Summerfield has piayea Dau
with the General Motors faction
in Michigan when it was emnat
tied with the Eisenhower wing of
th r.np mi i not considered as
loyal politically as he might be.
Replacing may be: Len Hall.
The genial, barren-beaned chair
man of the UOf is ncning ra w
the iob. but that doesn't mean he 11
land it.
Charlie Wiln, ittretary of de-
ftnse will also et casualty
a : J mi
thougn not a iorceo one.- iiieie
are mixed views about Wilson in inside
side inside the Eisenhower high com
mand. He is considered a strong
man as far as the Cabinet is con-
KarnciA thnimh tint atrontf Boliti-
cally. He has put his foot in his
mouth too many times witn sennei
dogs and what's good for General
Motors statements; also is too
closely stamped with the big busi busi-ness
ness busi-ness tar-brush.
However, Wilson has been talk talking
ing talking about resigning for health at
the close of Congress; so when
the time comes he'll be allowed to
do so without much; argument.
GENEROUS DOUG McKAY
Th manner in which these res
ignations will come about is illus illustrated
trated illustrated in what happened in the
case of "Generous Doug" McKay.
The strategy was worked out by
assistant President Sherman
Aitamo Attnmev General Brown-
nuMJiuj, j T,
ell, GOP Chairman Len Hall, and
Secretary of the Treasury ueorge
Humphrey. These are the right
powers of President Eisenhower;
the general staff which runs his
administration just as General Be Bedell
dell Bedell Smith and General Omar Brad Bradley
ley Bradley ran his combat strategy during
and after the Normandy invasion.
At a meeting of these four it
was decided that McKay should
leave the Cabinet, though leave on
a polite and cordial note.
Adams and Hall then approached
the affable and unsuspecting sec-
rotarv nf th Interior Thev Aid
not force him to resign. They did
a Lynaon jonnson on mm tney
"sweet talked" him. They talked
about the need of a strong man
to run against Senator Wayne
Morse in Oregon. They told how
the President had set an example
bV'TOnninff hlmuplf. thrfnM it
was McKay's duty to knock off
me senator wayne Morse who
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12 Bewildered
19 Ampere (ab.)
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32 Smells
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34 Seasoning
35 Diner
38 Reposer
40 Aroma
42 Set free
43 Scout group
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47 Sphere
50 Reiterate
53 Lodger
56 Small space
57 Embellished
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2 Interpret
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4 Decay
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had turned against the President.
And they emphasized we rrefi rrefi-dent's
dent's rrefi-dent's courage, his soldierly devo devotion
tion devotion to duty, the fact that others
must not let him down by per
muting nun 10 oave a v emicranc
Coneress.
McKay, softened but not entirely
agreeable, McKay still required a
talk with Eisenhower himself to
bring him around.
Six weeks earlier, the President
had phoned Governor Paul Patter Patter-inn
inn Patter-inn nf Oregon to ask him to run
against Morse, and a week after
Patterson consented he bad died
of a heart attack. V
Ike, therefore, was loath to urge
McKay to run. However, Adams
and Len Hall advised that it must
be done. Besides, the President
dislikes Wayne Morse more than
any other public figure save Harry
Truman. So Secretary McKay had
an 11 a.m. Thursday appointment
with Ike, after which he denied 1
that Ike had asked him to run
but after which he immediately
flew to Oregon and filed for the
GOP nomination.
He had to act fast, and so did
the White House aides who sweet sweet-talked
talked sweet-talked him into it. The deadline
for filing expired just after Mc
Kay got to Oregon.
Note I -xpeciea successor
to McKay will be ex-governor Dan
Thornton of Colorado.
I ' '.
. nine 4 iv t""
given up on getting Ezra Benson
nut .erreurv of aencuiture.
Though they still consider him a
political liability, they don't think
his exit is feasible in view of the
Senate farm vote. ... ''
-.WASHINGTON PIPELINE
Archbishop Makarios had been
planning to attend the annual
Ahepa dinner m wasmngion jusi
before the British booted him out
nt rvnnia The Aheoans Amen-
'cans of Hellenic descent were
bringing the Archbishop from, cy
prus especially for the dinner,
nnu, Ann feel kindlv toward the
British for stealing their star speak
er. .Harry iruman ana me mrs.
will visit the Tyrolean mountain
nf Mr and Mrs. Stanley
1 iiiiaav v t
Woodward in Austria. Woodward,
a
a career diplomat, bandied proto protocol
col protocol matters at the White House
Trnmnn was President, be-
Tviivta a
came so fond of the Trumans that
he resigned from diplomacy, later
became treasurer ot me .. ieiuo
f;. Natinnal Cnmmittee. .One
of the best jobs the Republicans
did during the tarm aeoaie was iu
get able, intense Senator Clint An Anderson
derson Anderson of New Mexico to introduce
the first flexible price support
amendment on cotton, peanuts
etc. The fact that Anderson is both
TAYiftflF3T find
took some of the sting out of the
fact that it was Republican votes
which chiefly defeated rigid price
Tf I.vnrlnn Johnson
hadn't been so wofned over the
gas lobby probe and wasn t a pari,
time leader, he would have talked
Anderson out of authorizing the
amendment. v ; r
DOG TAX
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pet dog of Mrs. Katherine Richter

received a S250 mneruance, uui
had to pay $14 inheritance tax.
The dog was classified as a stran stranger
ger stranger and got a $50 exemption, but
inheritance tax had to be paid on
the other $200.
By the time o women con of of-ford
ford of-ford o fancy figure for her
clothes, her figure isn't fancy ony
more.''- . nia
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A DIVISION OF
R. WALLACE & SONS

TUT PANAMA AMTRICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAIIT MWSP4PER

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FRIENDS AND CO-WORKERS of Eugene Lombard, retired Executive Secretary of the Panama Canal ga thered at a luncheon Friday held In the Tlvoli Hotel
In his honor. Host for the occasion was Governor John Seybold. The Lombards sailed the following day for an eight-month around-the-world tour.

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IN A RECENT PRESENTATION CEREMONY
quarters at Fort Clayton, col. Robert R. Robert
IAGS employes for their suggestions relative
omies. Honored (left to right) were: Mrs. Ele
liams, $50 and certificate; Mrs. Ruth D. Dan
tificate; Robertson; George Hensen, certificate;
Dasen, $10 and certificate; Claudlo Carter, $10
picture Manuel a. Quintero and Porter A. B

at the Inter American Geodetic Survey Head Head-son
son Head-son (center) awarded checks and certificates to
to improving operations and effecting econ econ-anor
anor econ-anor Fidrick, $10 and certificate; Justin B. Wil Wil-iels,
iels, Wil-iels, $10 and certificate; Merrill R. Brown, cer-
Miss Colbumbia Medina, certificate; Rene M.
and certificate; and both absent from the
engston. (U.S. Army photo)

Some Cancer Cases

Cure Themselves;
Scientists Confirm

CHICAGO, March 26 (UP)-Two
scientists said today that results
of a preliminary survey confirm

a widely-held belief that some can cancer
cer cancer cases apparently cure them

selves.
The rare phenomenon, called
spontaneous regression occurs

rarely, or about once in every"!!,
000 to 100.000 patients, they said.

The continuing study is being
made by Dr. Warren H, Cole, rpo-

fessor of surgery at the University

of Illinois College of Medicine, and

Dr. Tilden G. Everson, of the sur

gery department. It is supported

by the American Cancer society.
The scientists said their survey
shows, however that spontaneous

regression is not a "matter ot mi miracles":
racles": miracles": ",
Some of them are logically ex explainable
plainable explainable with current knowledge
of cancer, and the remainder of
the cases studied are due to un unusual
usual unusual causes that still escape sci scientific
entific scientific detection, they said.
The doctors surveyed 302 cases
listed In the only large-scale study
of the phenomenon, undertaken in
1918 ind covering the period 1890 1890-1916.
1916. 1890-1916. Investigations eliminated all
but 88 of these for want of sufficient-evidence,
and between 20
and 30 of the remainder may not
stand further investigation, they
said., ':
Thus faf the study has uncover uncovered
ed uncovered about 70 cases of cancer which
the doctors believe will meet all
tests as having been cured by
spontaneous regression..
Among the known causes for
spontaneous regression, they said,
are (1) Temoval of the entire can cancer
cer cancer by biopsy, (2) removal of the
cancer by surgery but leaving be be-'
' be-' hind masses of apparently cance cancerous
rous cancerous tissue because they cannot
be cut away from vital organs. In
this case the suspect tissue may
be Inflammatory tissue which
looks like cancer but isn't, and a a-gain
gain a-gain incomplete surgery may cut
off the blood supply and starve
the tumor, and (3) a delayed to

action of radiation treatment

Butler Flays 'Peace, Prosperity'
Campaign Being Waved By GOPcrs

PHILADELPHIA, March 26

(UP) Democratic N a tionai

Chairman Paul Butler said yes-

leraay "trie American people
will not be duped by a 'peace and
prosperity' issue" In the 1956
presidential campaign.
Speaking over a nationally
televised debate with GOP Na

tional Chairman Leonard Hal',
Butler charged that "apparently

the 'great prosperity' is not

broad enough to include the na
tion's farm families."

' Butler seized on an admission

by Hall that the farmers were
not "enjoying the prosperity
shared bv the American people."

Though Hall laid the blame on

congressional "stalling of the
administration's new farm bill,
Butler said the decline in farm
prices is due to GOP "favoring"
of big business. ,
"Though prices were declinlne

in the Truman administration
they all were above parity. Now

an prices are weu ceiow parity,
Butler said.. . -. ,
The farm issue appeared to be
the major argument between the
two party leaders, and brought
the most heated exchange.
Hall said "The American peo

ple like the climate of peace and

prosperity we have. today." Hall

said the negotiation of peace in
Korea, more employment, higher

wages, and the "integrity of the
Eisenhower a d m in i stration"
would result in a GOP victory
next November,
Butler said the Democrats
would win "because the people
want the government returned
to the hands of the people."
Butler said. "We believe the
Eisenhower aHmini s t rat. inn

serves special interests, not pub

lic interests, on mat issue a a-lone,
lone, a-lone, the American people will
return to the oartv of the neo.

pie."

One Issue that both men a a-ereed
ereed a-ereed unon. however, man hpp.

gration. Though there was some

aispuie as to wnicn party nas
done more in the area of civil
rlchts. both men sairt their nnr-

ties "would and should" support
"all Supreme court decisions."

3 Interns learn
From Motorist
1 0f Them May Die
MIAMI, Fla., March 26 (UP)
Three interns, who learned from
a passing motorist that one of
them mieht die. today relaxed

from the fear of a deadly disease

set out to enjoy a Floridavaca

SAME PEANUTS
WAUSAU; Wis; (UP) Robert
Dudley, business manager of the
1 1 7 ......... u I n i. i

nausau uaseuau team wnicn is re reentering
entering reentering the Northern League this

season, saia ne aoesn t minx tne
Milwaukee Braves will hurt Wau Wau-sau's
sau's Wau-sau's attendance. "Our park is just
as food a Dlace to eat nnnrnrn anri

peanuts as the Braves' stadium,
and the diamond is the same size,"
he commented.

tlon.

yesterday while on the way
from Washington, D.C to Mlamt,
the three men learned from a

stranger that one of them had
been exposed to spinal meningi

tis and his uie was in danger.

The stranger, a passing mo

torist known to the interns only
as "Mr. Miller," told the three
vacationing medics that a four four-state
state four-state alarm had been sounded
for them and that they should
get to a hospital in a hurry.
Not knowing which of the
three had been exposed, the in interns
terns interns drove 20 miles to the near nearest
est nearest telephone.
It was a.posslble race against
death for Drs. George Polls, Mar Martin
tin Martin Stoker and Stephen Alphls,
all of the staff of the George
Washington University Hospital
in Washington University Hos Hospital
pital Hospital In Washington.
AH three were inoculated by
Dr. Thomas C Frells in Hlaleah
City, Fla.
Today Dr. Frells pronounced
the interns "out of danger," but
said they probably would have
to take some booster shots to
keep their resistance high.
"Now we lust want to relax."

said Polls. "It's a strange feeling
to have a "passing motorist tell
you that one of you is going to

die if you don t get to a doctor.
"We sure wish. Mr. Miller
would show up so we could thank
him,'' he said. - --,
, --, The interns said "Mr. Miller"
stopped them just north of Ft

I J Red Cross

7.

Twenty one million American
children are members of the
Junior Red Cross. Through
their local chapters, these young
people assist in fund raising ac
tivities, serve the ill, ageing, and
hospitalized veterans and serv.
icemen, and help out in non non-technical
technical non-technical jobs at Blood Centers.
When disaster strikes In other
countries, the Junior Red Cross
assembles and sends gift boxes
of needed supplies. Through its
program for Juniors, the Red
Cross is on the job helping the
youth of America to become to tomorrow's
morrow's tomorrow's responsible, sympa sympathetic,
thetic, sympathetic, and enlightened adults,

which may-occur after' the case
has been given up as hopeless.
Beyond these real and .logical
explanations, the scientists, said,
the records show thaj nature has
done what medicine could not do
in a few rare instances.
If the actual cause of these re regressions
gressions regressions could be learned, some
of the presently incurable cancer
cases might be cured, the doctors
said.

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3-Ddy-Old Infant
Found In Locker
At Pennsy Station

PHILADELPHIA, March 26
(UP) Police today investigated
the death of a 3-day-old boy whose

, body was found in a public locker

at tne Pennsylvania Railroad's

suburban station in central Pbila
delnh.ia.

The infant had been stabbed 10

times, police said.'
The victim has been wrapped in
a sheet and blanket and placed in inside
side inside a paper shopping bag, police
said.--;;-1 ?.
NAME TROUBLE

1 EAST HARTFORD,- Conn.

(Ur) Eustace Lmsley Hawees

J3mcrTeorge-RoWnsoii"'had-,m!r-

name changed to James J. Robin-1
son. "Not to shorten it," he ex ex-p'ained,
p'ained, ex-p'ained, "I got tired "of beinij called'
'Useless' instead of Eustace."

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Lauderdale and told them that
he spotted the Massachusetts
auto tag number which had been
broadcast over the radio.
"We thought he was kidding
at first," said stoker.

8 luncheon settings 6 pc.
2 table spoons

sugar shell
butter knife
mahogany chest

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Bolivia En Route To Becoming
Top Oil Exporter Estenssoro
LA PAZ. Bolivia, March 26 I UP) plora'Jon of Bollwan al field
President Victor Paz EsUasoro jajce t&e country opened its door
sa:d today that Bolivia u we!l on to foreign capital, tbe president

t fcrsr::: TruD Life Adventures

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world's large scale oil exporters.) With completion of the proposed
Estenssoro told the United Frets pipeline to the Chilean port of A-!
in an interview that oil prw'tion frica and further development of
h'irJ inroitfttf mr.r than lime ire Wfenseite RAhvl4 mm!! knlap

a large

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m the past lour years ana inai world oil market on

nereai buiivh uHweuj v icaie, r.i:onioro saia.
import 13,000.000 (worth of oil a. The president admitted that bis
year, it is now exporting $6,000,000) government's nationalization of tin
worth of its own oil. mine four years ago bad not been
Several American oil companies a complete success and that tin
have engaged in preliminary ex production had dropped fiv or six

tern wic juic luvft uvci

j mines.
f t f II i This was partly due. the Pros-

IJVy tf f?H J I Wont said to depletion of tho
i I 1 'j minee, but ho admitted that in in-ff
ff in-ff f& fS experienced manaiomont, lack
I li i li i rf diuinlin imtna th work.

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Written for NEA Service

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1 N.T Pass Past Double
Pass Pass Pasa
Opening lead J-

When an opening bid of one in a
suit u passed by the respondcr, it
is usually sound for tbe fourth
player to reopen the bidding on
suspicion. Perhaps the hand be-

can drive the opening bidder too, dollar has risen in the free foreign
L1..L f i ..I, 4-w 1tT RAIL

ors and o shortage f foroign oiv

ginoora had boon comribvting

Estenssoro spoke with pride,
however, of other basic measures
taken by hia government, includ-

in? agrarian reform, increased a-

griculturai production, improved
'sanitation and diversification of,
industry. He listed development of j
,the oil industry as falling under;
the last category.
i Agrarian reform, Estenssoro j

'important contribution to the na na-!iinn
!iinn na-!iinn The Indians, who formerly

worked as slaves without pay now

earn daily wages for tarm wonu
and also own their own land,
through the land distribution pro-

gram. j
The living standard of the In-j

dians nas improvea 10 we cau-um
that they are wearing shoes for
the first time, sleep on beds in t
house which have tile instead ofj

thatch roots ana enjoy impruveu
public health facilities, including
mobile units. The Indians no long
er look for witch doctors when they
fall ill, the President said.
firtonr that de

velopment of the oil industry and
mtra ffirint niwation of the tin

mines would solve Bolivia's No. 1

problem inflation.

In the past iour years, me v.o

ill

patwek wntJl zsrr& iata
INTERFERE, KWTHER Vt,i"
LETS HIM KKJtfW XfS KWKS C1 H!S BDS.'KJcdi

hiKh

The situation is quite different,
: however, when the opening bid is
! one no-trump rather than one of a
suit.. Tbe opening bid of one no no-.
. no-. trump guarantees 18 to 18 points
which is quite a bit more than a
minimum opening of one In a suit.
Then again, the responder's pass
doesn't necessarily indicate a com completely
pletely completely worthless hand.

In today's hand, North had six!

exchange market from 300 Boli Bolivianos
vianos Bolivianos to 5,700 each, due tu in inflation.
flation. inflation. ,
Estenssoro promised that presi presidential
dential presidential and congressional elections
scheduled for may will be the
freest in Bolivian history. lis said
all of political prisoners would be
freed and political exiles a'-lrwed
to come home so that they may may-vote.
vote. may-vote. ,.
tu nrnelrlBnt tairl nnr.tlcal rTHv

nh U12. fOUlCai PSUJ- uik

TKiinti in hiffh cards and a fair five-L..:iH nn(tAav at t.'iOO

card suit. North would not have Estenssoro pointed out th. he

Will be the urst Bolivian rresi- i-u

passed it South had opened with

one in a sun; out u was qime
proper for North to pass South's
opening bid of one no-trump.
North knew that s the combined

inr-A ia35i to comolcte bis (our

year term without beini 0 7r
throw ....

He said he will invii ncwunirn

t mint ii onlv 22 in 21 nnints. !.. iTr,itH fitat and cverv

; which is seldom enough for game, south American country to on on-II
II on-II ,o,.ld have hrnn correct for16"8 tne on.

East to reopen the bidding a houtn
' had opened with one club or one
. diamond and North had passed.
' But when South opened with one
' no-trump, East should have
passed.
' The double turned out badly
South guessed the clubs correctly
winning five clubs, two diamonds,
,'a spude, and a heart. He wound
up with 450 points above the line
and 80 below. If East had passed,
Smith would have scored only 60
' points above the line and 40 below.

1

MISSING SIX YEARS
citt tup riTY fLT) Mrs

Effie Dawson reached into the
ui... f ha rnrVinff chair for a

lusuiuua v-
misplaced tomb and found a not

water Dome misaius, ii ir:'
It was atill full of water and with with-...4
...4 with-...4 i.,ir Tho urhiie.haired Mrs.

Dawson explained she is hard ot

hearing ana 'want nouce bui bui-gllng
gllng bui-gllng through the years as ahe
rocked.

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"We're just practicing! When we grow up we going
to clop!' V

Faltering Philip
fhiMp's life U filled with brnlaee.
VTell-wont ttepa and rugs he usee.
Repairs would leift hla home like new.
?. A. Classifieds. Imrt the right cloe

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rTTiiv T thf L'MON CLl'B luncheon given by 'Mrs. Cyril E. Friedman and
SMILING t RETTLAJ l im u Manuel H. Stein are Mesdames H.
Y! Iajor' Harry Hirschl and the Misses Ann Sharp
and Miriam Hlrscbl. :

LADIES 10 MEET AT HOME
OF MRS. ALBERTO BO ID TODAY
The wives of the diplomats accredited to Panama n
f N Aibnt? Bavd to wolve plans for the corning
SkiiMlS 'Pi-WkS. Day, April 14, at
the Union Club.
u ladv, is at present a student at the
Returns to Wjshmgton re.'Qcr'ed Heat Convent in Bogota
. horK WMhingtolcotombia. She belongs lo the Ctrl
turned to his home in y Panama and her scout
D. C. alter spending a lew :u Jnioni, wigh her aU the best
us the Isthmus. jon this day.
T The United .States 'w1 Shower And Despodida
mm liW i'ogarty has left lot j T rT

.WlW AZtai shower and de.

MaThe Party iLl vac.

tion there.
. . At .' tilvm Dinner

jnn nw" w gave

Mr. ana Mrs.

peditia was given Inday at tlie

Army-wavy uu.
The shower was in honor ol Mrs,
. TKa ririrts W h 0

Irene uoiu.
were feting her were also biddnig

HAA

lSSr Friday at their hpme.

Vrtm JntHe United State
Mrs'ltosemary Parker and her
two children
Sttes visiting with her- mother
Mw Julie- Brower and her aunt
Mss Carmen. Brower.
Ktenan-Fester Engasamen
ASrw!li.m H. Keenan of St.
Petersburg, 1'lorida announces the
enfiagement o' her daughter, 1st
VirginU R. Keenan preeny
. i-.-.j -.itk' h 'Air Force m

K Mrs Shirley- Berger

it,i tn isvs Inmnrrow

for art around-the-world-tnp wun

her father, Josepn urossman. u..
Bergr will probably be away lor
two jnonlhs.
eaater Fashion Show Jreehted

'mv- iv.h r.iiii.if w n Wives

Club presented their "Easter
Fashion Show" Wednesday eve evening
ning evening in the main ballroom of the

club.

rhairman for the affair was

Mrs Jesse Hess. Ladies who as-

stationea wuu u ----- igtsted ner were: -ir.-lllm
Germany, to 1st Lt. George white. in charge of decoraUons
n Foster stationed at Amanllo and seating arrangements. Uri.
Air Force BaBe Texas. Helen Luker, who furnished the
It Keenan was born at the Colon; music, Mrs. Marcella Jacques,
HesDiUL She graduated from Cns-i make-up artist for the models, and
ffillighool class of lM2.jMr.. Candy Gardner m charge of
..u !....!, riloffP 1944. andMpwelrv worn by models.

Colm-ado StatJ College of Educa- Models were Mrs. Connie Jones.

tinn in f .rpelV. WHM BUU. u- erase u.-.,
was Physical Education In-Johnson, Mrs. JanU Finnegan,
tractor at Balboa and Cristobal Mrs. Ursula Spence Mrs Carmen
JirW.u"... cv.r9l vears. I t utw Mrs. Carol Milne. Mrs. Jean

Hinn aviiou"" -- Mro ,nanna York, and

Wir ru TexasiMre i npil e Marrero.

UcUand Air Force Base Tex

and has spent uie
hrwedtoi.'wai take place ear early
ly early in summer.
Dr. And Mrs. Maxime Carrixe
Have Daughter
The many American and Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian friends of Dr. and Mrs.
Mimo Carrizo will be
hir of the birth of a girl to the
young couple at the Panama Hos Hospital.
pital. Hospital. Mice Chapman Celebrates
. aa JmJ tarn ftMMeetjs

Script tor me tasmuii nuw
planned and written by Mrs. Con-

nie llosKing, am ub. iV-vy

Mistress of Ceremonies for the
evening was Mrs. Connie Hoskmg.

n.... ..toe invpiv selection oi

clothes modeled which included

. .. if.iiin. pill'. Mil tiir.ancjo.

evening .-,
hats, bags, bathing suits, sports

wear ana jeweiiy.
fi-u i,,i riATr nn7ps were

drawn by Miss Joanne Jones, Miss

PtfAtm l-iPfift- MlliB JVttlllv

ta Mice Pat TInskin

U1I, snim - w
ear: Af iViA rlrtiP nH7P WfTG

Rafael Antonio Crodoba, Leovigiz-

Mis. Rlanca Rosa C h a p m a n Rafael Anionio ii-ouou, 6
daShter rt Mr ana Mrs. Camiloido Betancourt, Mrs Alice Machio Machio-dauhter
dauhter Machio-dauhter oi n. rereiv-iu-9k Mrs. Raymond Herrera. Mrs.

ing conTatuWiona today on the1 Malcolm Fe Mrs Kathleen W a a-Snt
Snt a-Snt of her birthday. The young lek, Mrs. Daphne Murray, and

HELD OVER!
: ( By POPULAR DEMAND
AIIITA RAVEL!
our $ong$trest
with the mllry voice

who'll be with us the
rest of this week
singing: every night
(except Friday)
s.t 8:30 & 11:30 p.m.
In the Bella Vista Boom

If you have heard Anita, you're a Ravel fan already . ...
if you some strange chance you haven't, come look
and listen! She's as easy on the eyes as on the ears!

NO COVER, NO MINIMUM

AQUATIC THRILLS
nminf next wrrk!
With lh O'S TROFrS.
SI ON Al. Vi'iH DIVING
CHAMPlONStliP. April (, 7
nd g El Punami PmI.

S3

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BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION Mrs. Mamie Eisenhower holds a
miniature birthday cake which was presented to her at a be belated
lated belated birthday party in Washington, Mrs. Eisenhower's 59th
birthday was on Nov. 14, but the party was delayed because of
the President's illness. The party was given by. the wives of
officials of the 61 independent government agencies.

tth Botit'C for inc' ision In thi
feliimR ihnuid tubmilirri In lyp.
Mrulrit form and muled to one of
III fcitx kumlx-n IKlcd oil. ih Su Su-nl
nl Su-nl ami tlihrnn is, or drlivtrrd
by ka4 lo the oltire. Notien f
iretings cannot bt accepted by tele tele-phone.
phone. tele-phone. Officers of Justice Lodge
A special meeting o officers
of Justice Lodge No. 832, IBPO IBPO-Ev,
Ev, IBPO-Ev, will be held tonight at the
Panama City Eiks Club to dis discuss
cuss discuss important business
The meeting will start at 7:30.
Isthmian Nurses Altec ietion
To Meet
The regular meeting of the Isth Isth-'mian
'mian Isth-'mian Nurses Association will take
place at the Holy Family Church
at Marsanta at 7:30 p.m. April 4
Dr. Harry Kno, member of the
American College of Surgeons,
will be guest speaker.
Tuesday Evenirty Bridge Class
Te Be Postponed
The Tuesday evenine Bridge
Calass at the CSO JWB Armwl

jForces Service Center will be

postponed only March 27, The
class will resume its weekly
schedule on Tuesday, April 3 at
7:30 p.m.

Southerners Take Vait-See Attitude
In Race For Democratic Nomination

ATLANTA, March 26 (UP) i other Louisiana party leaders

eluding

Long.

Gov.-designate Karl

Mrs. Clara Hollenbaugh.

Refreshments were also served,

Passover Festivities

At Hotel Tivoll

Guests of the National Jewish

Welfare board at the first seder i
of the Passover Festival will bej

more than 300 members of t h ei

Armed Forces in the Panama A A-rea
rea A-rea and their families.

The affair will take place at the

Tivoll Hotel this evening al 6:30.

Southern state Democratic chair chairmen
men chairmen appeared yesterday to be tak taking
ing taking a wait-and-see attitude toward
the bitter battle for the Democrat

ic nomination prize. coiner to hp 'ai nantiai

While a few chairmen say they ble." Hp said it k bu inh in.t

to eieci me candidate no matter

V.F.W. Pott 3835 t Cocoli
To Hold Election Of Officers
Tonight
The Gen. Geo. W. Goethals Post
3835 Veterans of Foreign Wars of
The United States will hold the
election of officers for the year of
1956-1957 tonight at 7:30 p.m. This
meeting being the most important
of the year it is wired that all

members attend a vote for their

A candidate. Tne following Post of-

Rnr n K'ArtK r...Mi Ai.: jikcs- win oe open ior nomination

John D. LarkinV j rV. d"hVUi ? .ordCT f f.Iect'Rn- Jhe Po.st

vuujiiiuiiuii, i,f iiii: vim. ...a iiuci

are leaning toward one person or
another for the nomination, most
say they are taking a hands off

Jr., Vice Commander, Post Quar Quartermaster,
termaster, Quartermaster, Post Advocate, Post
Chaplain, Post Surgeon, Post

(3) three year Trustee and Chair-

position in the pre-convention fight! John Sammons Bell, who has call-inl?.n ,of ,the House Committee
or simply refuse to declare their, el for nartv miiv in it,., v,r M Refreshments will he served be-

stand on particular candidates. bcr election, said "he felt the South! fo'ie f nd ater vmei,etug

who it turns out to be.

Georgia Democratic Chairman:

I Ladies nite will be held in the

Club during the Post meeting.

Wedding Announcement

Miss Lori Sealy of Portsmouth,

Virginia, and Los Angeles, Califor California
nia California and Mr. Robert E. Daisey, son

of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Daisey of

Margarita, C, Z. were married on

March 16th at Norfolri Virginia.

Mr. Robert fc. Daisey is a grad

uate of Balboa High School.

' The young couple will be at

home to their friends at 9345, 12th
Street, East Ocean View, Norfolk,

Virginia after April 1.,

State party leaders also appear-! could snnnorr surh man ac eta

ed to be steering clear on the third j venson, Johnson. Svmington or
party talk that has been heard in Lausche, He said Kefauver and
louder tones in Dixie in the wake Harriman um,,u h

of Adlai E. Stevenson's loss to to the South """l COLD CONTRIBUTION

Sen, Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn.l inl

Minnesota. I Herbert S. Walters, Tennessee1 BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (UP)-

Neville Bennett, head of th e. Democratic chairman, said "Who-iWhen members of an AFL-CIO
South Carolina Democratic party, I ever the majority elects will be' union made a collection for strik-i
is typical ef the southern chair-1 acceptable to me." He said he was ing workers at the Bryant Electric
men. He said he is not ready to not leaning toward any candidate' Co. they got more than they

go on record for any candidate atiat the present time and declared bargained for. Found among the

what cash in the collection box was a
14-carat gold wedding band.

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This Week's Lucky Winners:

Ralph Conine
C. Contaris
Mary Denis
Luis' Banderas
Sheila Schirm
Margaret Ball

Ana Rosa Cajar
B. Velasquez
Edna McLaughlin
Dr. Tomas de la Cuardii
Eileen Roberts ;
Margaret Zeyen

Mamie. Grace. Meg
Share Top l!:n:r$ -As
Fashions Plates

NEW YORK, March 25 (UP) -Mrs.
Mamie Eisenhower, Grace
Kelly and Margaret Truman shar shared
ed shared top honors today on the Fash Fashion
ion Fashion Academy's 1356 list of the na nation's
tion's nation's best-dressed women.
The three and 12 other women
will receive gold medal awards
for topping the academy's 27th
annual list.

Mrs. Eisenhower was named as
the best-dressed woman in public

life. Miss Kelly represented the
screen and Miss Ti'uman the con

ceit stage, although she has for

saken singing for radio and tele

vision appearances,
Others on the list were Mrs.
Robert Wood Johnson, wife' of an

industrialist;, Eloise English, ex

ecutive of a firm specializing in
helping women lose weight; tele television
vision television star Nenctte Fabray; sing singer
er singer Teresa Brewer; Mrs. Lauritz
Melchoir, wife of the former ope opera
ra opera star; TV actress Jacqueline Su Su-sann;
sann; Su-sann; actress Lynn Fontanne, mil milliner
liner milliner Lily Dache; Mrs. Edgar Ber

gen, wife of the ventriloquist; com

edienne Nancy walker; Mrs

Gwen Cafiitz, Washington D. C,

hostess, and skating champion
Tenley Albright.

HOP

Fairy-Tale Aspect
Will Accent Frocks
At Grace's VeddLig
DALLAS, Tex., March 26 (UP)

Bridesmaids and flower guls
dressed in delicate gowns of sun sunlight
light sunlight yellow silk organdy and pure
silk taffeta will precede Grace

Kelly down the aisle of the Monaco
Cathedral for her wedding to
Prince. Rainier. .
The colors and description an announced
nounced announced today by Neiman-Marcus,
a Dallas specialty store, were
created with a fairy tale aspex-t
in mind. The simple gowns, de designed
signed designed by Joe Hong, have full

fluid wide skirts and sheer belt belt-shaped
shaped belt-shaped sleeves caught by a tiny

cult just below tne elbow.
The collar is simple and small

with tiny covered buttons leading
to a high obi sash tied at the
back with three small, separate

bows. Back interest and motion

JlmM's largest
ScIlinjAiirm
for Children

Approved by more

doctora, liked by

more -motheri and
children than any

other brand. Each r apniniu

the pi tier red siaud- lb A biiniiii. i

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tablet is l'i grains,

fsr.j2sfrni

tliis time and that the South Caio- "I want to wait and see

lma delegation to the national con- develops,
vention will go to Chicago "with i

every intent ana purpose or get-i
ting candidates and a platform",
acceptable to the South.
"We are very anxious to solve i
Our problems within the party
and are going to v Chicago in i
geed faith," Bennett declared.
South Carolina is the first Dixie1
state to name its delegates to the
August national convention. An un-:
instructed delegations was select-!
ed iast week at a state convention1
which also left the door ajar to
a possible party bolt if the nation-1
al convention does not go to suit
the South Carolinians.
Virginia Democratic Chairman
Thomas H. Blanton said he has
no "leanings" as yet but that he
does not think Kefauver could:
carry Virginia if the Tennessee
senator wins the nomination, He
would not comment on Stevenson's:
chances but said he though Sen-j
ate Democratic Leader Lyndon B.l
Johnson (Tex.) "would make a
right good run In Virginia, I
Tom Tubb, Mississippi Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic chairman, is on record as:
favoring Johnson or Sen. Richard i
B. Russell (D-Ga.) for the nomi-j
nation. Neither is a candidate and

Russell has indicated he isn't in-:

terested in seeking the prize.
Chairman Rufus D. Haynes f
the IOuisiana Democratic Central
Committee is reported as leaning
toward Stevenson as are several

Anil They Won for FREE!

TAHITI
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are given the design by flowing
streamers from the bows.
Corolla hats of misty hairbraid
In petal-like layers repat the pale
yellow of the dresses, with a small
butterfly bow at the back.
Flower girls dresses in the same
simple design feature embroidered
yellow and white daisies in' the
white swiss organdie. They are
worn over soft yellow organdie
petticoats, Little petal hats and
nigh-pleated obi sashes with small
back bows are all-white.

Sec Gloriously
msc!h Skin
in 7 days
Vhen you start mine; Cuticura
Soap and Ointment-blackhead,
oily shine, externally caused

pimples ami rashes are
relieved, Yoor akin
looks soft, clear, radiant

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Mexsana also sets
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fe3

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ON THE BAND WAGON

LIKE THESE FOLKS WHO WON IN OUR
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R. C. Harrington
Cyril Pierre Vaugham
Joaquin Melcndez
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"Tfcv Will Be Done." a religious

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Depicting the first Holy Week of
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play is Jerusalem, starting on in
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Playing the roles of the Apos
ties Peter, James am John are
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Farmer Orth Harvey penned
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but that wasn't the last he heard
of them. Two Camden, Mich., men
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manv miles to stake a claim on
the chance their missing hogs had
strayed the more than 100 miles.
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lied. Call Coroial 85-3102.
FOR SALE: Coldspef refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, automatic defro.ter, like
new, $250. Call 3-1039 from
1:30 to 4:30.
FOR SALE: Bedroom eat, Frij Frij-idaire,
idaire, Frij-idaire, ttova. Sea at Apt. 11,
houie 44, 46th Street,
FOR SALE: 25 cycle Easy
Spindry, $65. Call Phone 2 2-3631
3631 2-3631 on Mon., Tuei., Wedi.
from 8 to 12 or 4 to 6.
FOR SALE.- Furniture. Cheap.
' Buyer hat option to apartment.
Juste Aroiemena Avenue No.
97, Apt. 4.
FOR SALE: Studio couch, rec record
ord record player. Phone 2-3775 Balboa.

Leaders of 14 Groups Opposed
To Electoral College Revision

WASHINGTON, March 26 (UP)
Leaders of 14 organizations call called
ed called on Senate leaders yesterday to
reject proposals for revising the
Electoral College system of elect electing
ing electing U.S. presidents.
In telegrams to Senate Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Leader Lyndon B. Johnson
(Tex.) and GOP Leader William
F. Knowland (Calif.), they said a
vote for the proposed changes
would be "a vote against civil
rights."
i They said pending constitutional
amendments would place greater
electoral strength in "one-party
low-vote states" and penalize
states which have benefited from
vigorous two-party competition
Among the 14 organizations were
AFL-CIO unions, Americans for
Democratic Action, the National
Association for the Advancement
of Colored People, and the Nation
al Bar Association.
Copies of the telegram were sent
to all members of the Senate which
willjutart voting Tuesday on var various
ious various proposals for changing the
present Electoral College system.
Under this system, the presiden
tial candidate who receives
plurality of a state's popular vote
receives all of that state's electoral
votes.
One proposed change would abol
ishthis "winner-take-all". approach
and divide a state's electoral vote
among the candidates in propor
uon to the percentage of the popul-

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3218. 83-3218. FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet
Tudor R fr H, 18,000 miles,
$1075 Call Balboa 4197.
Position Offered
WANTED: 2 young ladiai of
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a.m. to 12 noon and 6 to 9 p.m.
Help Wanted
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housework and care of 2 chil children.
dren. children. Apply 6349 Madronal St.,
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do housework. Must have refer refer-encei.
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ar vote they received.
Another proposal would allow
state legislatures to chose between
tins propprtional plan "and a sys
tem whereby each congressional
district would have the right to
decide one electoral vote, with two
"at large state votes to represent
its U.S. Senators.
These proposals have been op
posed by senators from populous
states on grounds they would
penalize the big-city voter. These
opponents said they can muster
enough votes to prevent the pro proposals
posals proposals from getting the necessary
two-thirds vote for passage.
Vatican Lifts Ban
On Ex-Peron Envoy
DAPTC Mo roll ta fTTP Tkf.
A nieAUi Ml Hi VII WA' 11 V
Vatican has lifted the excommuni excommunication
cation excommunication of Jeronimo Remorino. for
mer Argentine Ambassador to the
United States and Argentine For Foreign
eign Foreign Minister, Roman Catholic
Church authorities revealed yestcr
day.
They said the Papal Nuncio
Monsignor Marella, called on Re
morino here to notify him.
It was understood the original
excommunication was taken follow
ing the Argentine government s ex-
pulsion of two hish church officials
last year.
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BOX 2031, ANCON, C.Z.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC, Dr.
Leon C. Brathwaite. Office 2nd
Street Amador Guerrero 2006.
Telephone 312-A, Colon.

15-Year-0ld Lad Kills Father

Who Browbeat
TROY, N.C., March 26 (UP) (UP)-Allen
Allen (UP)-Allen Thomas Brock, Jr. 15, was
in Montgomery county jail today,
but he had. a lot of sympathetic
friends working for him. His story
to police was a grim one.
lie lay in bed brooding over his
father's mistreatment of his moth
er. He decided.it would never stop.
Allen had scratched out a lit little
tle little garden to help feed his nine
brothers and sitters on an im impoverished
poverished impoverished farm. The four-room
cabin had no electricity and was
slowly falling down in decay.
The children slept four or five to
a bed.
Still Allen had advanced to he
eighth grade and "did pretty well."
considering his environment. His
father made moonshine and tran transported
sported transported it in thedead of night.
His worn-out mother, expecting an
11th child with the 10th still in her
arms, had to start the gasoline gasoline-powered
powered gasoline-powered washing machine with a
rope, like an outboard motor.
Allen told police what haonend
after the washing machine broke
down.
"My Daddy fixed a piece of the
washing machine. My mother's
hand was sore and she could not
run the machine like it was,
' He got mad because he had
to fix the washing machine and
he kicked her in the aye and the
stomach when she stooped ever
to put starter rope en the ma machine.
chine. machine. "When Team home from School
he began bragging about her hav
ing a black eye. That night he got
to cussing and fussing at her a a-gain.
gain. a-gain. I went to bed and was just ly lying
ing lying there thinking that he would al
ways do that.
"The next morning I thought

Jewish Festival Of Freedom
Begins With Seder At Sundown

Passover, "the Festival of Free-I
dom, will be observed by Jews
throughout the world from sun-:
down, today, until sundown, Tues
day, April 3.
This holiday, an epoch making
event in the early history of the
Jewish people, is associated with
the "redemption of the children of
Israel from Egyptian bondage" in
the days of Pharaoh (Kameses II,
1300, B.C.E.).
More than 300 members of the
Armed Forces of the Jewish faith
serving with the Army. Navy. Air
Force and Marine Corps in the
Panama area with their fami families,
lies, families, will be guests of the National
Jewish Welfare Board at the first
seder which will be held at the
Hotel Tivoli today at 6:30 p.m.
ChaDlain TC&Dt.) Joshua 1. cold-
berg, district chaplain; Third Nav
al district, N.Y., and Kabbi Na
than Witkin will officiate at the
traditional Seder. Passover greet
ings will be given by Chaplain,
(U. col.) Roy A. Morden, assistant
command chaplain, U.S. Army
Caribbean: Chaplain (Cdr.) Cyril
Best, district chaplain, 15th Naval
District; and chaplain. (Ma.) vo-
igt M. Sink, Caribbean Air Com
mand.
The Jewish communities of the
Canal Zone, Panama and Colon
have extended invitations for home
hospitality for the second seder
night tomorrow Mrs. Schaye Wiz Wiz-nitzer
nitzer Wiz-nitzer of Panama City, a member
of the Panama Canal Zone JWB
armed services committee, is home
hospitality chairman for the Paci Pacific
fic Pacific side, and Harry Kris, chair chairman
man chairman of the Atlantic sector JWB
armed services committee, will ar
range for home hospitality on the
Atlantic side of the Isthmus,
On his recent tour to the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean and the Antilles, Rabbi Nath
an Witkin made similar arrange arrangements
ments arrangements for members of the Armed
Forces and their families of the
Jewish faith at the U. S. Naval
Base at Guantanamo Bay. Cuba:
in Puerto Rico, and at the U. S.
Naval Base in Trinidad.
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Wanted to Buy

WANTED TO BUY: Smooth
tires, suitable for reconstruction.
Reconstructora Nacional, Pars)
Ave. 7. Phone 2-0406.
WANTED: Electric refrigerator
(small), good condition, 60-cy-cle.
Federico Boyd No. I, Phone
3-1516.
Pregnant Mom
now is the time to stop it. It's
Peen going on ever since I can re remember.
member. remember. I got up, put on my shoes
and things and picked up the jun
ana snoi mm.
"I picked un the kevs and walk
el to the truck, started it. Me and
mother came right down to the
sheriff s office...."
Sheriff Elwood Long said the
eider Allen Thomas Brock was as asleep
leep asleep when the boy shot him with
an automatic shotgun from 10 feet
awav. He died instantly.
Young Brock was charged with
first degree murder and held in
the Montgomery County jail.
Hit father, the sheriff said.
was a 38-y ear-old combat Infan Infantryman
tryman Infantryman of World War II, whs
was "nothing mora than a block blockaded'
aded' blockaded' (liquor runner.)
Long said the shooting and the
events preceding it apparently oc occurred
curred occurred exactly as the boy de described
scribed described them. Officers found only
a soiled dollar bill, in the father's
pockets.
"It was the only money they
had in the world and there wa no
food in the house," he said.
long said he took the famil to
the Welfare Department for food
and money to buy clothes for the
funeral,
"You know," the sheriff satd,
"the boy told me his father beat
him with thick stick when he
tried to make that garden The
bey tald hie father got mad
when he couldn't plow straight
line through the broemttraw. It
Isn't easy te plow broemttraw."
Long said young Brock "it a
good boy" and "we're going to
have a hearing in the next few
days and try to get mm out of it."
Similar Passover xcrvire nr
being held under the auspices of
me mnonai jewisn welfare Board
wherever personnel of the Armed
Forces are stationed, both in th
United States and overseas.
Chaplain Goldberg and Rabbi
Witkin will conduct Passover serv services
ices services at the USO-JWBClub. Balboa
on the following days:
Tuesday. 9 a.m. and 6:30 o.m.
Wednesday. 9 a.m.. Sunday. 7:30
p.m.; Monday, at 9 a.m. and 7:30
p.m.; Tuesday, at 9 a.m.
Memorial ervirfe. tnr thm rle.
Darted will he. recited rinrirtff the
Tuesday, April 3, morning service.
Rojas. Brouwer Win
Interior Peinling
Jobs For PcuCenal
Contracts for the Interior paint
Ing of two houses and five apart
ments located in various Canal
Zone townsites were awarded this
week to Daniel Rojas and Servt Servt-cio
cio Servt-cio Brouwer.
With an offer of $825, Mr. Rojas
was low bidder on the interior
painting of one house in Ancon
two apartments in Balboa, one a a-partment
partment a-partment in Ancon and one apart apartment
ment apartment in Diablo. (
Serviclo Brouwer, submitted a
low bid of $298 for the interior
painting of one house in Margari Margarita
ta Margarita and one apartment in Gatun.
Houses scheduled for painting
tinder the contracts are No. 8521
in Margarita and No. 286 in An Ancon.,
con., Ancon., 1
Apartments on the, schedule are
Nos. 784-D and 0779-G. in Balboa;
No. 0433-F in Ancon and No. 5612 5612-B.
B. 5612-B. in Diablo; and No. 123-B in Gat Gatun.

FOR RENT
Apartments

ATTENTION & I.I Just built
snedera furnished aeertmeatt, I,
2 edreeisuj, hot, cold watts
Phone Paaaase 3-4941.
FOR RENT.- Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, including refri o e r a t e r.
Good surroundings, screened, til tiled.
ed. tiled. $60. House 112, Via Beli Beli-aarie
aarie Beli-aarie Porrat, near Roosevelt The-
ater.
FOR RENT:. Newly furnished
and unfurnished apartments. Al Al-hambra
hambra Al-hambra Apartments, I Oth Street
No. 1061. Phone 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment
at El Canareje: 2 bedrooms, etc.,
garage. Pot more details phone
3-4946 or 3-6737.
FOR RENT:- Large, cool cem cem-fertable
fertable cem-fertable and cheerful two-bedroom
screened apartment in Bel Bella
la Bella Vista. Phone 3-1747 and 2 2-1455
1455 2-1455 during office hours.
FOR RENT: Modern twe-bed-,
room apartment, screened, maid's
room with bath, garage, $100.
House No. 51, 50th Street, near
"El Baturre" -market. Phone 2 2-2718
2718 2-2718 FOR RENT: From April first,
I -bedroom apartments, hot wa water.
ter. water. New building, corner of "!''
Street fir Alberto Navarre Street,
El Cangrejo. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom apart apartments,
ments, apartments, maid's 'room, garage,
$100 and $110. "Irma Build Build-tag."
tag." Build-tag." t Street, El Cangrejo. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Modern two-bed-room
apartment in Bella Vista,
51st Street No. 42. Call Zubie Zubie-ta,
ta, Zubie-ta, Phone 3-3337.
FOR RENT; Apartments: living-dining
room, two bedrooms,
maid's roam. Call Phone 2-2577.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment:
ment: apartment: living-dining room, two
bedrooms, stove, refrigerator.
Bella Vista, 43rd Street No. 64.
FOR RENTi One-room fur fur-.
. fur-. nished apartment. Near all but
1 ateea. Beautiful location. 43rd
; Street No. II.
President Of Cuba
Reiyrns To Havana
From Florida Visit
DAYT0NA BEACH. Fla. Fla.,
March 26 (UP) --Cuban President
Fulgenciio Batista was scheduled
to fly back to Havana today aft
er nis tnree-day visit nere witn
his family.-'--'.
The Cuban strongman p e n t
most of yesterday relaxing in the
home he owns here on the Halifax
River and sightseeing. He and his
family went to church at St. Paul's
where the president s youngest son,
Roberto, was baptised nine years
ago. . v 7 '".'' 1
.. Batista and his family lived
here for three years during his
exue after ne relinquished the
reign of government in Havana.
But he reeturned to his island
home in 1948 and four years later
regained control of the govern government
ment government in a bloodless coup.
A Fort Lauderdale youth provid provided
ed provided the only unpleasant incident in
Batista's day yesterday when he
shouted "disparaging remarks" a a-bout
bout a-bout the president from the steps
of the church when the president
and his family arrived for 11 o' o'clock
clock o'clock mass.
Authorities quickly told the Cuban-American
youth to "move
on."
The president was nearly a half
hour late arriving at the church
and kept his wife and daughter
waiting on the steps. They had ar
rived before him in a separate
car. .7 ..;.7,...:'. ;
Batista's two sons, Roberto and
13-year-old George, attended the
services with their family. Both
attended school here before the
president returned to Cuba.
Britishers Launch
War Games To Test
Hong Kong Defense
HONG KONG, March 26 (UP) (UP)-British
British (UP)-British troops today launched a
four-day program of military ma
neuvers is the colony wew Terri Territories
tories Territories area bondering on Commun Communist
ist Communist China. )
Local press reports said the
war games were designed to test
Hong Kong's defenses aginst any
possible attack from the Chinese
mainland.
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Wonted Position

EXECUTIVE secretary, able to
handle English end Spanish cor correspondence
respondence correspondence and dictation by
herself, Official Translation with
euite a number of years of ex experience,
perience, experience, offers permanent serv-
ices to a large concern either
here or abroad. Free to travel or
work extra hours. Write Secre Secretary,,
tary,, Secretary,, P.O. Boa 842, Panama.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Large mahogany
desk $30; office chairs, large
unfinished mahogany work ta tables
bles tables which can be also used as
shelves $IO;electrie typewriter,
- addrassograph, mimeograph, etc.
Everything in perfect working
condition. Also bicycle, refriger refrigerator
ator refrigerator (GE), stove. See: Calle 29
3-15, above Lindo y Maduro, or
phone 3-3226 between 2 and
4 p.m. Monday thru Jriday.
FOR SALE: Beautiful mahog mahogany
any mahogany 6-ft. bar with crystal liquor
cabinet, mirrors, upholstered
chairs, indirect lighting. Original
cost $1200, sacrificing, for $300
cash. Phone 2-4902, 3-1024.
FOR SALE: Beautiful ported
plants, rocking chair. Phone 2 2-1024.
1024. 2-1024. David DaSilver
Dies; Funeral
This Afternoon
Funeral services were to be held
this afternoon at a n'owv ;n ,.
, W WfVO. Ill II 1C
fcanta Ana Church for David Da Da-Silver;
Silver; Da-Silver; a Pans fYl A PlTV moirlnnt
who died suddenly shortly before
uuuu ouiuruay.
Burial will follow in the Amador
Cemetery.
Of Portuguese descent, Mr. Da Da-Silver,
Silver, Da-Silver, a language professor, of-

FAMED KOREAN BATTLEFIELD
REBUILT FOR "TARGET ZERO"
0PEIII1IG 50011 AT THE LUX Thsslre

R. .:Slt

Richard Conte telephones headquarters, while Peggie Cas Castle
tle Castle lonka nn hnnefnllv In a anon & l.nm OTam. i- ,, ...

oer Bros.' tory of the glory of the fighting G.I, opening
goon at the Lux Theatre. -
The little man who designates those puzzling abbrevia abbreviations
tions abbreviations to every project the Army undergoes, did it again re re--
- re-- cently when he came up with OCWBTZ.
This one however, hardly meets the complexity of some
of the more famous forebearers, and is easily transposed.
Several months ago, Warner Bros, asked and was grant granted
ed granted permission to move a location unit to the Army's Fort
Carson, Colorado, for the filming of "Target Zero," as story
of a handful' of foot soldiers who become trapped behind
enemy lines during the fighting in Korea. The Army, in
habit of giving an official title to practically everything
which all ex-servicemen well remember, soon dubbed the
approved production, "Operation Co-operation Warner Bros.
"Target Zero." ... -j
Cooperation Is what they gave, too, In the form of some
of the finest technicians and engineers, not to mention the
1700 men loaned for the filming ol a climactic battle se sequence
quence sequence in which thousands of "enemy" forces stormed a
shabby position called "Sullivan's Muscle." Advt

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RESORTS

Sorry can't accommodate mere
of our friends Easter Week I Re Reservations
servations Reservations available beginning
April 1st. Shrapnel's Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Phone Thompson, Balboa
1772. 1
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. Om mile
past Casino. Lw rotes. Phoae
Bolboe 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceonside Cottage, i
Santa Clare. Bos 435, Bolboe i
Phone Panama i-1877. Crine Crine-bol
bol Crine-bol 3-1673.
Women's Congress
On Housing Said
'Vaste Of Iloney'
WASHINGTON, March 26 (UP)
Rep. James M. Quigley (D-Pa.)
said today the administration's
proposed women's congress on
housing to be held here is a wat
of the taxpapers' money."
Quigley referred to a meeting
announced reppntlv hv : TTnucinn
Administrator Albert M. Cole.
cole asked housewives to write
him letters on the types of houses
they disired. He later announced
that about 100 women would be in invited
vited invited to a housing congress, prob probably
ably probably late in April, on the basis of
the letters.
"If the Eisenhower administra administration
tion administration is really sincere in its prom promise
ise promise to economize so as to provide
tax relief to the average wage
earner, this certainly is a ridicu ridiculous
lous ridiculous .way to proceed," Quigley
said.,
Why Cole wants to know "what
the women of this country "want
in the way of a house is beyond
my comprehension," he said.
ficial translator anrl acrnnntant
was 70 years old at the tim e of
nis oeatn.
He has no known relatives on the
Isthmus.
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An exciting drama of the West...
Kirk Douglas and Elsa Martinelli, in
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in' Cinemascope and Technicolor! ;
Shows: 1:15, 3:10, 5:05. 7:09, 9:00 p.m.
cho Villa's fabulous saga, comes this
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Rory Calhoun Shelley Winters
Gilbert Roland, in
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In SuperScope and Technicolor!
Shows: 2:55 4:31 6:41 -8:51 p.m.
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By Colbraith

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V'Oh, yes, Harry shows plenty of will power keeping
ihis resolution to stay on the wagon! What he never

mentions is his blood pressure that's the big reason!,

(JOLLY

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MOWfS TV HADIO
by tnkini Johnson

ttOLLOMAN AIR DEVELOP- 'copter for the zippiest pin-up photo

MENT CENTER, M.M. A self-! of the year.

guided miss is no match for Uncle

Sam's guided missile boys

Especially if she's busty, blonde
and from Hollywood.' 5 :
The self -guided miss from Mo Mo-vietown
vietown Mo-vietown arrived here on a Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood junket for the premiere of
"On The Threshold of Space" and
crashed into space all by herself.
Ntwspaper, magasme, CBS-TV
newsreel and photo space.
Marilyn .Monroe couldn't have
outpointed her. v-
The doll was Cathy' Marlowe,;

a film bit player.

"Give your pilot a kiss," some

one yelled at Cathy.
She puckered up faster than a
rocket' sled' accelerate!" But she
couldn't reach the grinning pilot
high in the helicopter's nose.
"Someone boost htr up," came
th cry.
A balding civilian who looked
like be could be a grandpop
rushed to Cathy's side.
He picked her up with both
arms and started to lift but the
exictement was too much for him.

His legs buckled and he collapsed

Cameramen and the U.S. Air i to the ground wun utny;.on top

Force went into a spin as Cathy of him.- ;
lifted her skirt higher, let her It was the first time, the Air
neckline drop lower and breathed Force ever cheered a crash land land-deeper.
deeper. land-deeper. -, ling. ; :'
GUY MADISON Jeffrey Hunter! CATHY THEN checked her white
anH ariBf Kirm Hamilton were i mink around Mr. Baldy s neck and

wind-blasted out of range as still they tried again. This time Cathy,)
.u. knotin', Auf all nuer nraohrsllv:

Waiter Winchell
(Continued from Paee U

a hooly for Joe E. Lewis at John

ny Johnston's 2nd Ave. spot Apr.
10th. The mag is publishing the
Chicago chapters of Joe's book,
"The Joker Is Wild" .They are
blaming Billy Marchant, author of
"The Desk Set," for starting the
Tennessee Williams TaUulah
Bankhead fracas. Marchant alle allegedly
gedly allegedly steered a newsmag man to
Williams when he was feeling high
(in Fla.) just to see what would
happen. Meant it as a gag. .It's
Broadway's top feud!
Gene Kelly is looking for an ac actress
tress actress (between 8 and 11 years
young) to co-star in his next pic picture.
ture. picture. Stage mothers may phone
him at Mon. 72-01 in Paris.
French television has no commer commercials.
cials. commercials. But the movie houses kill
you with them. .Bing is now said
tn he worth 15 million. This in

cludes his many biz enterprises. .:
Not all European actors have eyes
for Hollywood. Robert Dhery, a
Frenchy starring on the London
stage, rejected $50,000 from Para Para-mount
mount Para-mount to appear in "Funny Face i
. .Mussolini's widow is reported,
very ill in Rome. Her son Romano
is on tour with a jazz band. .Gma
Lollobrigida is currently involved
in 8 lawsuits. She's doing the su suing.
ing. suing. .Ethel Merman is hereto,
discuss a musical version of the
film, "AH About Eve." Producer
Robert Randolph wants her lor
the role Bette Davis toyed with in
that click. j
Specs are getting $100 the pairi
for "Fair Lady," the new clu
show. ."Middle of the Night,

starring Edw. G. Robinson, is now j
No. 1 drama hit. .Ushers are not
permitted to open the side ex ts
at "Fanny" until the very last .cur .curtain.
tain. .curtain. So that Pinza doesnt catch,
cold. .The daily guided tours at,
Clifton Daniel, Jr's

include his desK. w
Miss Truman's fiance wors i;
"Th- Zieefeld Follies" will be -the (

i-ct-nrired ticket. .End of tne

c...n Mnio- The book.

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dd from $1 to 50c. .The day
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in the -London Sketch.
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Behar was legai, -.vM

Rede.' The internauou

Forum Discloses Sharp Contrasts Between

NEW YORK, March 26 (CP) are attending elementary, secon-'about one out of everv 5'i of the versities. colleges and academies Ife world, Americans are the
Top officials of the Soviet and A-:daty and vocational schools and; estimated 200,000,000 Russians go; while in the U.S. today there are- 5- C8t H lar8elv as a result
merican school systems d r e wj institutions of higher learning. An-: to school full ti.ne. 1,758 colleges and universities rescir.cn m educational instil u

States as In the" rest of the world
combined."
Folsonv said that in addition to
being the best educated people in
the world, Americans are the

sharp contrasts today between ed- other 3,000,000 adults are getting Other differences outlined by the

demo

ucational practices under

cracy and dictatorship.
Marion B. Folsom, U. S. Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of Health, Education and
Welfare, and Ludmila Dubrovina,
deputy education minister of the
Russian Soviet Federated Socialist
Republic, appeared before the

New York Herald Tribune's 10th
annual "F orum For High

Schools." 1

The forum was attended by 38

delegates trom as many foreign
countries and 2,000 U.S. high

school students. The theme

the world we want

secondary and higher education on two speakers included:

a part-time basts, she said.
This is out of a total Soviet po population
pulation population of nearly 200,000,000 per persons.
sons. persons. In the United States, Folsom
said, 40 million persons are full full-time
time full-time students in primary, secon secondary
dary secondary and higher educational sys systems.
tems. systems. Of these, more than 3 mil million
lion million are enrolled in colleges and
universities. i
One out of every four of the to

tal U.S. population of 160,000.000

wasjis going to school full time, fol folsom
som folsom said.

1. The Soviet Union's new five;

year plan, running from 1956 to
1960, provides for completion of
the transition from the, seven-year
general schooling system to a 10-'
year system for children from .t,
to 17. All schools are co-education-1
al and all will be free beginning1

nest September. All are state run.j

3. Russian schools are stress stressing
ing stressing science studies for all stu students
dents students and exactly the tame
courses for all, but in the U.S.,
the education system is design designed
ed designed to meet the needs and de desires
sires desires of the individual Ameri American
can American students choose their own

vocations and professions.

tions. Education also has helped

make U.S. farmers the most cfli--cient
in the world, he said.
Miss Dubrovina said Soviet boys
and girls have a deep respect for
American culture. Among their fa favorite
vorite favorite authors, she said, are Mark
Twain, Fenimore Cooper, Jack
London, Edgar Allen Poe, H?nry
Wadsworth Longfellow, Walt Whit

man and "contemporary progres-

''Thfll. to n f nn, in liwAiitB

.... .... M ..w ..a ,iv wii ui mini iia civ UM-itAre
In the United States. 44 per cent who is not educated everv dav bv, e W1HC-

of all students are enrolled in pri-j our expanding network of mass! Miss Dubrovina ended her
vate schools, which are a demon-, communication and cultural en-' speech bv inviting American
stration of the concept of freedom' richment," Folsom said. "In the1 young people and teachers to visit
in education. General education last quarter century, the number; the Soviet Union,
usually runs through 12 years of of museums in our countrv has1 "Com friends. nrt se how w

Miss Dubrovina led off by boast- Miss Dubrovina's figures showed, grammar and hiah school. iouadrunlcd. Three times as manv livp." shp said "Yon will h our

ing that nearly 37,000,000 Russians, that the ratio in her country was 2. The Soviet Union has 765 uni- concerts are given in the United most welcome guests."

"Where

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out alt over, practically: start in May. In yarf-What's'
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tihotocranhers. the newsreel bovs. bustm

Air Force cameramen ana ama-ciaweu ner .way uu wan iyi,,"naram She

teur shutter bugs focused on Cathy, isme as Mr. uaioy ooosieu. iiviy wn j- m s Crow.
Once named Miss Lawn Seed as The pilot got his kiss, an icy j disguise h.ef tV f'arf ul of the
a MinneapoUs model, Cathy, in a; Mare from his wife on the sidelines ford is ttiii one.eyed
tight sweater, proved she was stilled the crowd went wild. Icameras. talis w v.

a moaei. ane Dianieu nerseu in ic vi w 'r v iuw

:nouywooa, v. uw mhj

front of every camera within a

10-mile area as she eloowea ner
way into space. j.
That was on the afternoon tour
of this fantastic ; outer space ex experimental
perimental experimental center. Then she topped
anything ever seen at a Hollywood
premiere wh en1 the Hollywood
guests were" taken to the base
theater in helicopters for the eve evening
ning evening premiere of the new 20th Century-Fox
movie, starring Madison
as a space medic, and partially
filmed on location here.
Cathy, in a tight red dress and
white mink stole, made surf she'd
be in the last helicopter to arrive
at the theater, where about 1,000
Air Force boys were waiting out outside
side outside to see the celebrities.
A COUPLe? of voune lieutenants

lifted Cathy out of the quaking I two

Air

Transport Service, was to premiere
"On the Threshold 4t Space," an
excellent science-fact movie, and
to show off this famous Air Force
Air development center and its
hush-hush projects. -
But Cathy stol tht show.
Even famous Lt. Col. Paul Stapp,
"fastest man on earth," couldn't
keep up with Cathy. While he
briefed us on the trip's highlight,
a 920-mile-an-hour rocket sled run,
Cathy was posing for leg art be behind
hind behind the spectator stands. --It's
said in the movie that su supersonic
personic supersonic speed is "making the hu human
man human body obsolete."
Rut that, of course, was before

self-guided Cathy Marlowe showed

the guided missue ooys a ming or

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By EARL WEIGHT
NEW YORK March '26 (UP)-Bobby Shantz,
110 pounds of spirit and determination, appears to
be winning his comeback fight and this good news
for the Kansas City Athletics could mean trouble
for the American League's top teams in 1956.
chant 7 h had enough 'mis-the fourth inning of the second
snantz nag nao cuuurh nitched four

KSeWrlaUit. baseball. But WlMtS

the flve.footL.m-mcn
he looks liM Kansas iw ,v.
pitcher. .,

Bobby went six innings againsijert field :ence in tne iu;n i" i"-u
u i"-u iiroehiwirtnn senators Sun-mint at Clearwater to eive the

JL Inn chnwsrt some of the
un v
stuff that made him the Amer
lean League's "mosi vaiuaoic
niover" in 1952 when he won 24
i i iiai
games.' He scattered seven Sen
v- . . I
a tor hits, giving up one run on
Jerry Snyder's single and a dou
ble by Roy sievers. ...
While Shantz tamed the Sen Senators
ators Senators at West Palm Beach,
Fla.. veteran Tommy Byrne
and rookie Ralph Terry pitch pitched
ed pitched the Yankees to a 5-0 tri triumph
umph triumph oyer the world champion
Brooklyn Dodgers at Miami
Byrne, who lost the last game
of the 1955 World Series to
Brooklyn, allowed only two sin-
1 im 4 l-i a iner iv Innlniro and
Kiel IU W'o no
Terry held the Dodgers to two
hits m tne last mree. amy aajco,
the Tight hander who blew up In
St. Louis Choice
To Win Western
N.B A Playoffs
NEW YORK, March 26 (UP)
The St. Louis Hawks, who
need only one more victory, re remain
main remain heavy favorites to w'n
the Western playoff finals in
the National Basketball Asso Association
ciation Association today, bt any anybody's
body's anybody's guess who'll win in the
'East.:;.. '. '. ,
The Hawks grabbed a quick
lead by winning- the first two
games of their best-offive se series
ries series against Fort Wayne, and
weren't hurt too badly by their
1(17-84 setback in the third
- game at Fort Wayne on Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. The fourth game tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night is on their home
. court,'
But the Eastern finals now
are tied at one game each aft after
er after Syracuse's 122-118 victory
Sunday over the Philadelphia
Warriors at Syracuse. The
third game is hi Philadelphia
tomorrow night.
Russians Accuse
USVeishlliilers
01 Being 'Sissies'
PARIS, March 26 (UP) -The
Russians today accused Ameri Ameri-'
' Ameri-' can weightlifters of being a
bunch of "sissies."
The top Soviet sports weekly.
which likes its athletes plain and
strong, condemned the ritual by
which western weighlifters com
pete for the title of "world's most
perfectly built athlete" in annual
world championships.
"These beauty contests have
nothing to do with honest physi physical
cal physical culture," and editorial in the
current issue of the official Phy Physical
sical Physical Culture and Sports report report-ed.
ed. report-ed. "The participants are sissies
who don't practice any sport," it
said.

"MIRACLE IN THE RAIN"
Teams JANE WYMAN and VAN JOHNSON
. Opening Wednesday at the Central.

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''Miracle In The Rain," Ben Hecht's classic love story
hag been made into a motion picture by- Warner Bros.
Jane Wyman and Van Johnson star in the roles of the
two lonesome people who meet in a small building-doorway
during a dismal New York downpour and build a love that
remains forever. .;.--
The oft-honored Miss Wyman returns to her' home
studio. Warner I'ros. where she won an Academy Award for
""Johnny PeH- 3a ncr last Warner assignment was lri Edna
Ferber's "So Ciff." Since that time she has been active else elsewhere
where elsewhere and has won another Academy Award nomination
her third for .-"Magnificent Obsession." Advt.

led V ive-hit

HRmt,.P hit 3-2
pitch by George Susce over the
PhiirrdelDhia Phillies a 1-0 tri
J ..
umph over the Boston Red Sox
mamner is Daiung me ivcu
Sox lost their third straight
- i a i. a. r n r- mi n
game although Willard Nixon
got them off on the right foot
t- By patching perfect baseball for
ine iirsi six inpmgs.
Larry uodv got two nus ana
drove in two runs and Sherm
Lollar collected three hits to
help the Chicago White Sox de defeat
feat defeat the Cincinnati Redlegs at
Tampa, 6-1. Doby is hitting
.400 and Lollar .394. The White
Sox have won five of their last
six exhibitions.
At St. Petersburg. Rip Repul-
clri'a spvpnt.h Innintr sinirli with
the bases loaded broke a 4-4 tie
and propelled the St. Louis car cardinals
dinals cardinals tn a 7-4 victorv over the
Plt.t.shnrirh Pirates. T.arrv Jack
son and Barney Schultz pitched
scoreless Dan auring jne lasv live
innings t6 help the Cardinals
score their sixth straight tri triumph.
umph. triumph. The Milwaukee Braves scored
tVircA civ InnlTiw ninn at. RrnHpn.
ton' to down the Detroit Tigers,
D-Z. pODOy inumsun coiiecueu
turn rimihloa onH a sinclo nnH npl
Crandall three singles to lead
tne winners.
Earl A v rill, Cleveland's rook rookie
ie rookie catcher, singled Al Sm th
home with the ninth Inning
run that gave the Indians a 4 4-3
3 4-3 victory over the New York
Giants at Tucson, Ariz. Jim
Busby hit a three-run homer
for the Indians and Willie
Mays hit a two-run homer for
the losers.
Cubs made 13 hits while beating
Cubs Rot all their runs off Bill
wigni. von Hoaic, roh tnree nits
an4 ITritlo Tlonlro nnllonfflH 4-nrrt n
boost his average to .415 while
pacing ine uud auacKi
Fighting Irish
Honor Memory
Of Knute Rcckne
SOUTH BEND, Ind., March 26
(Uf) Nearly 25 years ago a
stunned nation received the news
that the clock had run out for
Knute Rockne
Rockne, a living legend in foot football
ball football during his. 12-year reign at
Notre Dame, was killed In a plane
crash near Bazaar, Kan. on March
31, 1931.
At dawn yesterday a s 1 1 e n t
group walked across the Notre
Dame campus to attend i special
mass. It wag the Sunday before
March 31, a day that has become
a tradition at Notre Dame.
Every year they congregate In
the shadows of the famed univer
sity to pay tribute to .the man
who guided football's most famed
foursome, the Four Horsemen.'
Tom Conley, who captained the
last Rockne team in 1930, spoke
at a breakfast attended by- many
former players and friends of the
coach.
Later, they placed a wreath on
Rockne's grave which lies close
to the university.

WINNERS OF X5AMBOA ANNUAL SOFTBALL

Hunter shown presenting the championship tr
nater. Team members: (kneeling, left to rig
representative). Standing (left to right) Fritz
Mater, Jim Marshall, Dow Lacy, Jim Hunter
Larry Jones, Vic Melant, Sam Catlet, Lou Hll
ment will take place April 7. The pairings lor
nounced at a later date.

Kadir E kes Out Nose Victory
Over Polemon In Mil e Sizzl er

Antonio Eskildsen's one-time
track championship prospect
Kadir yesterday showed a return
to his best form by holding on
gamely to nose out stretch-burning
Polemon in the season's fast fastest
est fastest mile race at the Juan Franco
track.
Kadir went off an outsider
in the mutuels in the featured
$1,000 run for imported horses
now classified in the local
track's Classes A and B. He re returned
turned returned $16.60 ped win ducat.
Peruvian jockey Raul Gamero
gave the five-year-old chestnut
son of Killarney-Escaleta and
unexpectedly good ride.
The f lve-hbrse field was sent
off to good start with Kadir
leamnir out of the. .cates first,
Persian Countess and Empire
Honey alternated in second and
'third places for the first half
mile while poiemon came sweep sweeping
ing sweeping around them down the back-
stretch after overcoming early
interference,
some threp furlones out Pole
mon made his first bid to over overtake
take overtake the flvine leader but Kadir
responded and slightly increas increased
ed increased his margin. Again on the
homestretch turn, Kadir was
seen to respond and hold his
lead but Polemon. game colt
that he Is, made one last des.
Derate bid down the home
stretch and almost swept Kadir
off his feet in the final six.
teenth.
The two horses flashed un under
der under the finish line. 'as one. The
judges called for a photo and
the .picture showed Kadir
reaching the wire by the sl'm
mest of margins. The tJme for
the mile distance was exactly
two seconds off the track rec record.
ord. record. Thp fractional times were
24 3-5. 49 1-5. 1:14 2-5. 1:40 2-5.
The dav's best win dividend
was Kadir's with Dona Barbara's
$16.40 a close second. Leading
iockey Alfredo Vasquez increas
ed his margin with three more
victories. Fortunato Hidalgo Jr.
and Bias Atjuirre were runnersup
with two wins apiece.
The dividends:
FIRST RACE
1 Lot-O-Trouble $6.60, 3.60, 2.60.
2 Atom-0'$6; 3.
3 Fanglo $2.80.
SECOND RACE 1
1 Le Sabre $10, 5, 4.20.
2 Arpeglo $3.20, 2.60,
3 Danielo $3.60. .. .
First Double; $36.60.
THIRD RACE
1 Chepanita $3.60, 2 40.
2 Regia $2.80.
One-Two: $12.20.
'-.,-, FOURTH RACE
1 San Cristobal $3.60, 3, 2.60.'
3 -Ebony $4.80.
Quinicla: $21.40.
FIFTH RACE
1 Tingat $3, 2.20.
2 Daniel $3.20.
SIXTH RACE
1 Coral $5.80, 3, 2.60.
2 Lyrical $3. 3.
3 Ponton $4.40.
SEVENTH RACE'
1 Double Four $3.80. 3, 2.60.
2 Moon Beam $23 80, 9.80.
3 Te Gano $2.80.
Second Double: $9.20.
EIGHTH RACE
1 Cara de Sapo $3.80, 2.20, 2.40.
2 Bagdad $2.20-3. (
3 Folletito $5.4(1. 1
Qutniela: $5..
NINTH RACE
1 Rosier $3.20, 2.40, 2.20.
2 Alormlna $5,2.20.
3 Tony $2.20.
One-Two: $65.
TENTH RACE
1 Kadtrie oors:
2- rPolemon $2.20.
ELEVENTH RACE
lDoiia Barbara $16.40, 18.
2 Takeaway $3.60.

up

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TOURNAMENT Civic coun c 1 1 m a n James
ophyto Atlas Club team captain Bill Do La La-ht)
ht) La-ht) Charles Giavelli and Glen Lee (Atlas Club

'Cheney, Les Brissett, Bob Dunn, BUI De h&
and Gamboa civic councilmen Raf Nickisher,
zinger and Bill Stock. The 7th annual tourha tourha-this
this tourha-this single elimination tournament will be an-

Sports Briefs
WEEKEND SUMMARY
h By UNITED PRESS
SATURDAY
CHICAGO (UP) Ted
Wheeler of Iowa won the Bank
er's Mile in the 20th annual Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Daily News Relays in 4:07.5.
Phil Coleman of the Chicago
Track Club was second.
SEBRING, Fla. (UP)
World champion driver Juan
Manuel Fangio of Argentina
and his Italian driving part partner,
ner, partner, Eugenio CastellotU won
.the Florida Internat onal 12 12-hour
hour 12-hour Grand Prix of Endurance
auto race in a Ferrari sports
car.
HALLANDALE. Fla. r (UP)
Florida-bred Needles won the
$145,000 Florida Derby at Gulf Gulf-stream
stream Gulf-stream Park covering the mile
and one-elgth in track record
time of 1:48 3-5.
NEW YORK (UP) Louis Louisville
ville Louisville won the National Invitation
Basketball Tournament by de
featine Dayton, 93-80. St. Jo
seph's of Philadelphia, won third
place by downing St. Francis of
New York, 93-82.
ST. AUGUSTINE. Fla (UP)
Judd Brumley, a hotel operator
from Greenville. ,Tenn.. defeated
Peter Snekser of Hollywood, Fla.,
3 and 2, to win the American
Senior Golf Association's ama
teur title.
AINTREE, England (UP)
E. S. B. won the 110th running
of the Grand National Steeple
chase In near record time after
Devon Loch, the Queen Mother's
horse, stumbled with victory on
ly 40 yards away.
STILLWATER. Okla. UP)
Oklahoma A and M captured Its
third straight NCAA wrestling
title, it was its 19th champion championship
ship championship In 26 years.
SUNDAY
HALLSBORO. N.C. (UP)
Curtis Turner of Roanoke, Va.,
won the 100-mile Nascar con convertible
vertible convertible race at the Orange
Speedway. Joe Weatherly of Nor
folk, Va., was second and Gwyn
Staley of North Wilkesboro, NX!.,
wrs tnira.
-' TALLAHASSEE, Fla.- (UP)
Wanda Sanches of Baton
Rouge, La., won the Tallahassee
Women's Amateur Spring eolf
championship by defeating Billie
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Ung bat-Ung practice from this vantage
point at Lakeland, Fit., camp.
Wickllffe of Athens, Ga., 5 and
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MEICO CITY, Mex. (UP)
Mexico's Raul (Raton) Macias
knocked out Leo Espinosa of
the Philippines with a two two-fisted
fisted two-fisted attack in the 10th round
to retain his NBA world ban bantamweight
tamweight bantamweight title.
MIAMI BEACH. Fla (UP)
Herbie Flam of Berkeley, Calif.,
whipped favored Vic Selxas of
pniiaaeipnia. tne worm's top top-ranklne
ranklne top-ranklne amatelr. 3-6. 7-5. 6-3. 4
6. 7-5, to win the singles title of
the Miami Beach Good Neighbor
tennis tournament.
LONDON (UP)" A husky
Cambridge University crew de defeated
feated defeated ancient rival Oxford by
a length and one-quarter to
win the 102nd renewal of the
Thames River rowing classic.
Center Theaters Tonight!
DIABLO HTS. 6:15 "7:40
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"THE NAKED STREET"
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IT.A.T. Biidgestone .. 4 5 .444

Arsl Cola o
Cerveceria Nacional 3 6 .273
REMAINING GAMES
March 28 Alfredo Aleman
Jr. vs Arsl Cola at paralso.
March 26 T.A.T. Briage Briage-stone
stone Briage-stone vs Cerveceria Naclonal at
Santa Cruz.
March 27 Arsl Cola VS TAJ.
Bridgestone at Paraiso.
March 28 T.A.T. Bridgestone
vs Alfredo Aleman Jr. at Santa
Cruz.
OFFICIAL BATTING
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31
32
34
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11 .474
12 .462
10 .4iS
13 .419
13 .406
13 .382
10 .385
12 .375
12 .364
7 .350
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A. Griffith (CN) ..
R. Allen (TB) ....
J. Boyd (AC)
G. Reyes (AAV ....
E. Wilson (AC) ...
J. Morales (AC)
V. Austin (AA)
E. Brathwaite (CN) 32
V. Walker (CN) ... 33
A. Blades (TB) .... 20
G. Tait (AC) ...... 27
E. Lyder (CN) ..... 34
F. Morgan (TB) .. 31
G. Layne (AA) .... 28
V. Grazette (TB) .. 23
T. Malcolm TB) 20
9 .333
11 .324
10 .323
9 .321
7 .304
6 .300
MOST HOMERUNS
G. Layne (AA), C. Dorville
(TB), V. Grazzette (TB), 2 each.
MOST TRIPLES
V. Grazzette (TB), 2.
MOST DOUBLES
E. Lyder (CN), 3.
OFFICIAL PITCHING AVE.
' Won Lost Pet
O. Joesph (AA) .. 3 0 1.000
L. Bailey (AA) .... 2 0 1.000
G. MILure (AA) ..2 1 .067
D. Carrmbell ( AC ) 2 1 .667
aires
Take Rainbow Cily
Softball Loop Lead
The nark Millionaires. ; de-
fonHIn hamnlnn.t of thn Rain
bow City Open Classification
Softball League, moved into trie
current season s ieaa dv ueieai ueieai-lng
lng ueieai-lng Agustin Cedefto 6-4 in a con contest
test contest taht featured bases on balls
and wild pitches,
nark Millionaires used Wil
liams and Simon to offset the
.Viallenoaa nt HonrV Thomas'
kunuvug.a v w-
charges as they kept hacking at
DM but leu snort on tnree occa-
Carlos Joseph of Agustin Cede-
fin mHA nitrhed four times after
issuing walks. The combination
of wild pitches and oases on
balls accounted for five five of
the six runs scored against mm.
He gave up only four hits in his
losing effort. His team mates on
the other hand outhlt DM 6-4.
The wildness on both sides left
a total of 17 runners on base base-AG
AG base-AG 12 and DM 5. Thomas, man manager
ager manager of the Agustin Cedefio team,
used his imported players Joe
Brathwaite. Alfredo Farrell and
will! .Tiiipsin a wild third in
ning, only to get a temporary tie
which was lost in the bottom
half of the same inning.
Cedefto again tlea tne Miiuon-
ot In tha tnn nf t.h fifth And
HUVQ .A. V.1V UUJ. w -
once more the BB-WP combina
tion spelled their doom. A aou aou-hi
hi aou-hi Kunrtwlrhed between two
walks and two wild pitches net netted
ted netted the Rich Darkies their two-
winning runs in the bottom oi
the fifth. .,
aha lpQiriia mill resume Its ac
tivities today when Powells Ga
rage will play Dipai.
&
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QUICKIE Mike Agostlnl, 21-year-old
Fresno State College
sophomore from Trinidad,
smiles after hreakinsr Mel
Tatton'r world "record- for "the"
220-yard dash with a 20.1
clocking. Ago'stini also ran the
100 in 9.4 one-tenth off the
world mark. He'll represent his
native land in the Olympics.

IN CLOSE Toto Ibarra (left) and BattlhY Byron Cumber Cumber-batch
batch Cumber-batch move In close to each other during their ten-round
feature bout last night at La Macarena bullring which' was
won by unanimous verdict by Ibarra. A good crowd took in
the fight which saw Ibarra start slowly and finish strongly to
win by an ample margin. Cumberbatch had scored a seven seven-round
round seven-round TKO win when the fighters met for the first -time
last Dec. 18.
Ibarra Outpoints Cumberbatch
To Win Unanimous Decision

ttnvrt nnnrhincr Tni.O Tharra.
119, last night cagily boxed his
way to a unanimous ten-round
decision over BattluV Byron
Cumberbatch, 120, In the feature
at La Macarena bullring.
The start or tne oeaaiiner
had been delayed for 15 min minutes
utes minutes when it was discovered
that three of the gloves the
contestants were to use were
for the right hand. Promoter
Sidney Arias rushed to his
home by car and returned with
a new set. :
Unlike their first meeting
when Tharra mns TKYd in the
seventh after being comfortably
ahead by points on tne oinciais oinciais-score
score oinciais-score cards, the winner started
dnuilu and Wadnallv increased
his pace in the final rounds to
nnisn. strong ana in compiew
control of the situation.
Toto's left 1ab was in opera
tion from the very first round,
in which both fighters felt out
each other, neither lanainir tell
ing blows. In the second Cum
berbatch looked good as he con connected
nected connected with short punches and
made the Chlrlcano miss several
times. '.;.: ..,;--..:.-.
In the third a cautious coun coun-terpunching
terpunching coun-terpunching Toto made his op
ponent lead. Solid punches
were exchanged in this round.
Toto fanned the breeze a lot
in the fourth as Cumberbatch
confidently danced around
while landing right and left
combinations to head and
body.-
. In the fifth Ibarra seemed on
his way. He began throwing his
right hand with more accuracy
and by the sixth Cumberbatch
had slowed considerably.
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fensive in the seventh as ha
pounded his rival steadily and
nad nim back peaainng.

In the eighth and ninth To Toto
to Toto poured on steam, while
Cumberbatch alternated be between
tween between fighting back and cov
erlng up from Ibarra's tena- II
clous, two-fisted attacks.
The winner showed vast supe

riority in the final round when
tne loser, apparently all in.
hardly threw aa effective punch.
When the gong sounded ending
the frav Ibarra was still Bound
ing away, with Cumberbatch fu-

tneiy trying to get away from

the onsiaugnt.
In the semjflnal, Claudio
Martinez, 116 and Victor As As-prilla,
prilla, As-prilla, also 116Va, fought a
brisk eight-round battle that
was 'declared a draw. The deel- -sion
was roundly booed by tba
fans who evidently believed
that Martines won. It was the
second draw verdict in as
many meetings for the two
crowd pleasers.
Manuel prescott, 124, and Vi Vicente
cente Vicente Worrell, 125, drew in th
yawn-provoking six-round pre prelim
lim prelim arid in the curtain raiser
Melanio Pacheco, WO', was a
winner by unanimous verdict
over Ernesto Taylor, 121. Taylor
was down for an eight-count in
the second heat of the lour lour-rounder.
rounder. lour-rounder. Before the main bout, one
minute of silence wag observed
for former featherweight champ
Pedro Tesis who died in an au automobile
tomobile automobile accident in the Madden
Dam area last Thursday morn morning.
ing. morning. Tesis was to be buried this
afternoon at Mount Hope cemetery,

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By D.WE BLRONIO .coach to see if I might wangle an New York's Madison Square Gar-!

invitation to compete la tr.e iian- Gen. tie noias we wona outdoor
VALLEJO, Calif. (NEA) -ijsas Relays just for the chance to' record, 60 feet, 10 inches.
Parry 0 Brien was eager to dis- meet Nieder," said the six loot-j "When the other guy starts get get-cuss
cuss get-cuss his inevitable meeting with1 three-and-a-half-inch, 235 pound, ting close like Nieder I get kind
Bill Nieder. ) O'Brien, taking a brief time out of uneasy and eager to get at hira
The Kansas undergraduate best- from a heavy practice session to' in competition," smiled O'Brien,
ed the muscular O'Brien's nation- talk of his plans for the spring' the California sun bouncing bright bright-al
al bright-al collegiate shot-put record, flip-' and summer. "The competition ly off his broad, bare shoulder,
ping the 16-pound iron ball 59 feet,! would be good lor both of us."! "I like action where you have
9u inches. The world and Olym I The Kansas Relays are to be held comeone forcing you to your all-

n r liames recora nomer set me ai Lawrence. adi zi.

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42,300,00

sccredicted mark, 59, 2u. in W.3

while attending the University of

Southern taluornia. r

N. Y. (A)

O'Brien hasn't had any serious Bklyn (N)

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O'Brien, who established a new, challenger for the past few years.) Byrne, Terry (7) and Berra.

Olympic Games high in Helsinki Nieder s rapid improvement in oes, Roebuck (5, Hugnes io.
r ... i il 1 a. 1 ....... 1-. ... , a 1.11a i Of k aH

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Campanula. WP-Byrne.
Loes.

(10 lnnlngsv
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Nixon, Susce (7) and Sullivan
Roeovin. Dickson (6) and Semi

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roai uniy bonus

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-i j virion nnui limitp.' wnrirf inrfnnr mrk Worn in a the nation of the novel O Brien style,

nant at nearby Travis Air Force' first man in history to put the shot' seems to have imbued the cx-Tro-

Base im looKing lorwara 10 more uian oi leei. sua me -r
X.mnpHBB' asainst him before the one ever to attain 60 feet, indoors! it He s working harder than ev

M,nii. TriaU Th latter are or out. he stunned the world of.er.

.horf.iiml for the Los Aneeles Co- athletics with 61 feet, 5ii inchei

liseum June 29-30. in the National Amateur Athletic

im wuiuij, .uib. u. r r- .- ..spll tpphniQll Hi tllans!Vt olni.lr.nn T.PSuSCe

to compete in both the shot putuu Hamner (Pha).
and discus for the San Francisco

Olympic Club this spring, will try;N Y (N) 200 000 001 3 R u
to earn positions in both events on' cieve (A) 003 000 0014 6 0

the United States Olympic team. worthinKton, McCall (8, Zan-

His best in the discus is 184 fe.'i si ta westrum. Schmidt

Recently, 'in his first outing of in i .mim. J?core (5) and Aver-

the year, he won with 175 feet, 2 ni. WP Score, LP Zanni. HR

incnes. t Busby (Cle), Mays inxj
O'Brien makes a weekly trip to

Berkely for consultation with Bru- Baltl (A 302 000 00O 5 8 3
tus Hamilton, the California coach. 'rhlra. (N)'SIO 600 00x 10 13 1

the 1952 Games, checks the pow- Wiffht. Besanna (4t, Dorlsh

er-packed Air Force officer lor. (7) 4nd Smith, Gastall t7);
Hamilton, who coached O'Brien in rj,h T.pwieht.

flaws, nrovides coachine hints.

The soutnern tawornia aium- ,.r..h tk nnonmooo 1 a

nus welcomes the challenge of BuTK city (a) 600 403 OOx 13 17 0
Nieder. I wi.iier r.roh (7) and Court-

Parry O'Brien sees in tfle Jay- ney. ghantz. Cox (7 and As As-hawker
hawker As-hawker the perfect sparring part troth. WP Shantz. LP Wiesler.
ner for his preparation for the O- HR Lopez (Kan), Zernlal

lympic liames in MeiDourae nexii (jjan).
winter, nist what he needs to out

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by
JOE WILLIAMS

and Brooklyn, so had carte clubs were on the scene. Harvey

blanche from his old friend. John, Kuenn and Al Kaline went to De

W. Galbreath

The result was that he threw
bonuses around like ticker tape in
a lower Broadway parade $49,

000 the first year, $750,000 in all

troit, for example. Rickey, not get getting
ting getting any younger, had lost the
touch. The scouting system fell
down. Scouts no longer confined

themselves to what the young

Thirty or more young men whomlster showed. They were more con con-Rickey
Rickey con-Rickey and his scouts considered cerned about what others bid.
prize prospects were obtained inf
this way. 1 There are no more than eight
. I of the 30 bonus players toiling in
What hurts most Is that the bo-'this pretty town, that was the win win-nus
nus win-nus babies, with the exception of ter home of Thomas A. Edison,
nick r.mat a kmrnevman short- and. as stated in the foregoing, on-

stop, could be a complete wash-ly Groat is for sjjre. The others
nut. 'have been assigned to minor

Times had changed. The other league affiliates and forgotten.

bea flipped before.

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Andre Morrell, In
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Today IDEAL -20c.
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LOS MONARCAS DEL AIRE
Plus: -TWO
PICTURES!

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Hoeft, Bunning (5), Blrrer (7)
and House; Johnson, Jolly (6),i
and Crandall. Rice ().. WP-Jol-ly.
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Pitts. (N) 000 400 000-4 10 0
St. L. (N) 110 110 30X-7 121
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Tavlor. Acker (5), Podbielan

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iwriw p.viruit um. nnt unreasonable to expect that

Walter Alston, having led the Brooklyn! toheir firU cons

tutive world's championsnip aier an ummityy ui i'r"tz
experience the season before, would be, as the saying has n, a
changed man this spring.
. He had come into the league a stranger, a huaner,reuy.
since he hadn't been good enough to play In the majors. mm mm-self,
self, mm-self, and when the '54 season failed..." team the bat bay couw
manage'',,. the- apostate school teacher from Butler County,
Ohio, stopped more than his share of verbal brickbats.
Nor had he found the road to the championship free oi
pitfalls, booby traps and sniper's fire last season. For a while,
m the spring, It even looked as if he had lost contro I o the
team. A New York headline cried; "Jackie or Alston must go
in showdown." '-l u mn
Robinson had been airing his grievances agains t the man manager
ager manager in the press almost daily, and as he had previously assert asserted
ed asserted that Shotton, Durocher and Dressen all were more compe competent,
tent, competent, it did seem that one or the other would have to go. ...
Others joined Robinson in telling Alston how to run the ball
club. Russ Meyer didn't like the way he was being Vhed Roy
Campanella protested against the spot he had in the oatung
wo- tinniu, nnti Newnnmh tlatlu scorned an order to

pitch batting practice. ' j,tLS
Newcombe was instantly suspended for insubordination and
it was popularly agreed it was this action that made Alston a
big-league. manager and the Dodgers the world's champions. On
that day he became the "boss," the Dodgers recognized it and
from then on gave every play the all-out effort. .,
' It would be more accurate to say that on that daj Alston
had simply reminded Newcombe and any other dyhtlng Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers that he was the boss, a fact he had lSA
earlier when, his patience ended, he had called a clubhouse
meeting, and in positive, vigorous language defined his position.
' Give It Your Best
To have" gone' on from there to win the pennant, to achieve
the unprecedentes by masterminding Brooklyn s first World Ser Series
ies Series championship, and in the end, to be ace aimed as the man manager
ager manager of the year. .well, a fellow Just wouldn't be human if such

a sequence or nonors ana suc-a unu u...
him, particularly a fellow like Alston, who had spent most, of
his life in comparative obscurity. .
Now he had arrived. He belonged. He was big time. Why
he had even beaten the great Yankees the great Stengel.
A fellow like Alston wouldn't know how to change. What
would he-change from, .his natural, reserved, self -assuming
self? And what would he change to., .a flamboyant pose, a glad glad-handlna
handlna glad-handlna pretense? Alston Is a well grounded, knowledgeable,
conscientious baseball worker who gives the Job the best he s
got; if it's good enough, as it was last year, fine; if it isn t, as
" happened the year before. . well, a fellow can do no more than
hlS Inhere are fellows who can take victory or defeat without
breaking stride. They are usually made of sterner stuff. Alstons
background qualifies him for this category. He worked his way
through college, determined to get a degree so he could be a
teacher. .' ......
This icas during the depression and he had fust got mar mar-tied.
tied. mar-tied. Teachers were being paid even less then than now, so
.'Alston augmented his income by playing summer ball. He had

a gijl jor WOOO vurvyny urm tn cuwi nm p'"""'!" )"""
somett'iait.
Between the two jobs for the next six or seven years, he
didn't get to see much of his family. But slow as it was, he felt
he was making progress, and he had faith that one day he d
get a break that would justify the labors and Ihe sacrifice.
Runs a Fine Camp
It goes without saying, too, that Alston knows more about
the league than when he first came up. Now he doesn't have
to take anyone else's judgment on an opposing hitter or pltch pltch-yer.
yer. pltch-yer. Consequently he figures to make his moves with, greater de
clsion and dispatch. To this extent, then, he should be an im im-.
. im-. proved manager;
A fellow who has had to practice the small economies of
life isn't disposed to treat details lightly. This may explain why
Alston tuns such an excellent spring camp, with the assign
ments so nicely balanced nobody is overworked, nobody is over over-f
f over-f ooked.
WVOn"the field, Alston watches everything that goes on just
ablutas sharply as Dressen did... which is saying a lot. He
stands behind the battlna cage by the hour and scrutinizes
every man who takes a turn, pitcher and. hitter alike. And
whether lliey stay or go back,, he'll iiave a full lock on every.
anonymous lookie that suited up this fcpilug.
Even Robinson has come around to saying that maybe Al Alston
ston Alston knows how to manage a ball club... this makes it official.
Alston can't miss making the Hall of Fame now."

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Durgn in a hilarious state of ex
citement when he said goodby.

to be chairman of the Pirates'
board of directors and adviser at
$50,000 instead of $100,000, a year.
Mahatma Rickey's five year
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132.00
132 00
132.00
. 132.00
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2.2M.00
132.00

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132.00 0882

132.00 0982

: 132.00
132.00
132.00
132.00
132.00

2,200.00 7582

132.00 7882
132.00 7782
132.00 I 7882
132.00 7982

782
7182

1282
7382
7482

132.00
132.00
132.00
132.00
132
2,200 00
132.0
, 132.0
132.0
132.0

No.
8082
8182
8282
8382
8482
8S82
882
8782
8882
S982

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' 132.00
112.00
132.00
132.00
' 132.00
2,200.00
132.00
132.00
132.00
132.00

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0082
9182
0282
0382
0482
0S82
9082
9782
0882
9982

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132.00
132.00
131.00
. 131.00
44,000.0
132.00
132.00
132.00
132.99

Approximations Derived From First Prize

9573 440.00 I NTS 440.00 I 9577 44?.00 9579 440 M 9381 440 00 9584 440.J0 I J38J 44J.00 IM 440.00 9590 WO OO
9574 440.90 I 9571 440.0 I 9S7S 440.00 9580 440.00 9383 440.00 9SS5 ; 440.99 I W 449.09 9-S9 O4Q.90
Approximalioas Derived From Second Wize
063S KtM im 220.00 23$ 220.06 303S 2V Sf "L 4?
7R0 MOO WS 111O0 7.30 110.00 'im- -.110.00 I 11.00 7837 110 0 739 110.JO I JJ4I 1100 1842 lJOOO
J82T 110.M 7929 110.00 7431 110.00 .1033 110,. 703 119.0 7038 110.00 1S4 ' 7W U,TO 1M1
Approximation? Derived From Third Prize
"3 132.M' 1903 132.00 2903 132.00 3903 ?. 4903 132.0 5903 132.9 903 t32.0 ""' I 132.H
. im .1 n-N j W T M 00 9 MM 9007 SS.00 j2 7' MJJS I MU SJ.JJ JHT gjl MJJ j JJ-
989S 08.00 t 98SI SS.00 9899 M.O 1991 S8.W 9904 S9.0 9900 --88.00 WW-."-" -'- "'

Prize-winning Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were sold at: 1st, 2nd and 3rd Prizes in Panama
The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending in 2 and not Included in the above list win Fortyfour Dollars ($44.00) each
' ' The whole ticket has 44 pieces which comprises "the two series "A" and "B"
' Signed by: FELIPE ROMERO LOPEZ 1

The Representative of the Treasury RICARDO A. MELENDEZ

WITNESSES: Carlos G. Bazan, Ced. No. 47-1545?
Miguel Vega, Ced. No. 7-3M38

ALBERTO J. BARSALLO

Notary Public. Panama

PABLO A. P1NEL M..
. Secretary

MATC. Th wtnnlns ticket with Iho last ciphtr and with th two l1
TiJ I C. ciphers opply only to the First Priie.
Th First Prize end the 2nd nd 3rd Prizes l"'nn,P',r,ly- VL
proximatiens sr. cslculsted on tn. Pint. Second and Third J"-
a ticket hould carry th numbers of each prize, the holder U entitled to
claim payment (or esch. v

dm;i::3 o? the 3 striaes
Sunday, March 25, 1956
Drawing Number 634

- Fraction
First Prize. ..... 82, $H.00

Second Prize. .... 35

3.00

Ticket
$220.00
60.00

Tliird Prize. ...... 03 2.00 40.00

Th. prizes will be paid In accordant, with the Official Lint f Panama In
th. offices .( th. National Beneficent Lottery situated on Central Avenue.
Plan of Ordlnarv Drawing No. 1934 which will take
place Abril 1st, 1956
Divided lo Iw. seris ol 22 fraction each denominated "A" and "B"
- FIRST PRIZE ..

1 Tirst Pri7e. Series A and B. of 122 000.010 each series
1 Second Prize, Series A and B. ol 6.000 no each series
1 Thud Prize. Series A and B, of ..Wti0 each series
IS Approximations. Series A and S, f tM M each series
9 Prizes, Series A 'and B, of 1,100.00 esch series
90 Prizes. Series A and B. of 00 00 each series
000 Prizes. Series A and B, of 22 00 each sense
SFCOND PRIZfc
IS Approximations. Series A and B of S i 00 each series
Prizes. Series A and B, of ; 110 00 each series
THIRD PKIZL

ISADDroximations, Series A and B of S 44 00 each series

Prizes, Series A and B. of

06 00 each en

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Price cf xt whole ticket ttttv
Price of a forty-fourth part

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RrssnV JFT ARRIVES IN LONDON Gen. Ivan Serov's arrival In London t from Moscow
five, the Western world 1U first close-up vie of Russia's new Jet passenger plane, the TU TU-givej
givej TU-givej ine "CHcin k -,art tn r,,,Pi, .er.untv ananecments for

of Soviet
the 10-day visit
Khrushchev.

104. serov, soviet KiB:r n

Scandals Bared, Broken
In CZ Government (j.g.)

The power of the machine po
; ...inniiinr iha n ft 9 ir of
Lockport was totally and finally

broken over the weekend. j central Lanor union, udim- mie per hour jet airiiners for use
An aroused citizenry turned the; ma, Hs vice president, ana K. L. Qn Soviet internaj air rouleS rouleS-annual
annual rouleS-annual town meeting from a rub- Blaney, its legislative represenU-.

ber-stamp device inw an jni.uu-
mont of cood eovernment.
Brian M. Cox, Nills Linsfors
Jr., Jack Flower and Dltk
Wright led the attack on the mis mismanagement
management mismanagement of the town's af affairs
fairs affairs in two stormy session.
U. AiMtifncm was (lii-Pflen
at former Selectman T. S. Kobb.
Close questioning Horn the Hour,
revealed that very many mem-
hA nf hi familv had been added

to the town payroll during his ad-j front citizens residing, in the Ca Ca-minislralion,
minislralion, Ca-minislralion, and' that lower bids nal Zone, and the role of the Asso Asso-had
had Asso-had been ignored in placing town ciation in helping to meet and
contracts with his relativ-s. solve them.
Robb left the Town Meeting A demonstration shirt sleeve
hurriedly and could not be conference climaxed the study
rrhd for eomment. of the affairs of Canal Zone

Veteran political observers were
tul
-j a n Tmirrt MKotino

Attempts by the machine to con-! Pacific Civic Council, P. L. Se 1 1-troi
troi 1-troi toe voting were thwarted at ers, president of the Margarita
the outset when C. M. Wilson Jr., Civic Council. H. F. Jen n e r,
Donald Taylor, and others with e-i president of the Gamboa Civic
qually notorious connections with Council, Mrs. Marvin Banto of
the machine, were forcibly exchid-'the Gamboa Civic Council, Mrs.
ed from participation in the meet- Rhoda Brians, reporter at the

ing, as no longer being residents
.i i

The controversial anti blue members of the Margarita Civic
jean ordnance, enacted last j Council,, participated in the discus discus-year,
year, discus-year, was repealed. 1 sions.
The repeal movement headed by,
James L. Dorans and Jelfrey F.f The demonstration conference
Slaughter; out-maneuvered s U p- realistically represented th func func-norters
norters func-norters of the ordnance to force a tioning of this unique and impor-

vote .. v :
It was expected that Police Com-
missioner
Owen c. Jsuineriana

would receive orders to release tne, MfiU Wnrnkmnn
Innumerable violators of the ord-j INeW rarOllUOJ
jance presently crowding the townivjsion Jq
.,ew Selectmen, pledged to pro-
vide good government, were chos. UWll AlOITlIC AriTlS
en to replace the members ot the
discredited Rpbl) mtchine WASHINGTON, Mar., 26 (UP)

i nese ini luue t n i 1 1 1 1 u
Hearon, Cleve Griffin, Gerald A.
-e ana Darry.waviauu.
Mikeocher was installed as
town clerk. .
Under the leadership of the new
Se.cctmon the meeting took ac-
count of the growth and .,prosperl
iv o Locfenort by enancting t reso---
lution. caUing for. incorporation as
y at the earliest practicable
IU1IC.
..
... t did the meeting leave mc
form of Lockport's future city
tion. After careful deliberation and
I. lu. it,r mono nor fni-m
ic, uie tiiy niaimnti juiiu
ipal government w a s
espite strong pressure Ion
of mumci
ciioson. dc
a popuiany-eieciea mayor iype. I
V.iiie the city manager will
wield powers of administration,
ami appointment, the citizens also!
provided for a mayor of the city,
who win lunction as us leaaer in
ceremonies and other civic activi-
ties ot a non-political nature,
The youthful citizens of Cross.
rnrV Boys State took time
out from their study of munici munici-i
i munici-i m government to consider pub public
lic public affairs in the Canal Zone.
Francis F. Sulley of the Gener
al Counsel's Office talked to the
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MIGHTER THAN AIL THR ARMS OF THE CONQUISTA CONQUISTA-DORES...
DORES... CONQUISTA-DORES... THE CROSS OF FATHER JUNIPERO SERRA
CONQUERS CALIFORNIA WiTH FAITH!...

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... '"riTt-Ii w. STEREOPHONIC '?(

RICHARD EGAN
.MICHAELENNIE
RITA

premier Nikolai Bulganln and

boys about the structure of the
Canal Zone eovernment.
. naicnc i, piejwem m
uv,...iijvifu
cussion oi me roie oi
in tanai tone iiie iem uums U
' particular the contributions of la
i bor unions to me wcuare oi w
' individual citizen.
i
Mrs. Frances Longmore, a for-

mer president of the United States the newspaper pravda that the
Citizens Association, explained to;TulM ,.is seriany produced
the Boys Staters the unique proD-!for u,. soviet aircraft industry."
lems of democratic life that con-.

0AVPrnm0nt
Edward
rector of
A. uooian, personnel w
the Company, Charles,
Mc G. B. Randl. president of the
bmrtsieeve Pnire"ce- uer'u. 1
Schear and Fav M. Brown, both
itant instrument of democracy
the local community.
us
A brand-new type of paratroop
division will be organized t h i s
fall a paratroop division with its
own atomic weapons-and will be
ready for .overseas service early
jn
The division win nave only
11.thousiind.500 me but wiU pack
firepower than the usual full
djvision of more than i7.thousand
m Thfi paratr00pers will be
Gen" Thorn-1.
commanded bv Mai,
Sherburne Jr
BS tnerDurnc' r
US OtierS Aid
TQ Hunaarmn
' u 1 lUliyui mil
CA4 ...
rlOOU V ICTIlTIS
VIENNA, March 28 (UP)
The United States today offered
aia ior communist Hungary's
flood-stricken areas, radio Buda-
pest announced.
- The broadcast said U.S. Min Minister
ister Minister to Budapest Christian M.
Ravndal called on Hungarian
Deputy Foreign Minister Sndre
Sik to express American sympa
thy for the nood victrns ana of
fer assistance.
VISTA
O SHOWS:
3:00 4:45
:59
9:00 p.m
ANTHON QUINN
--JEFFREY-HUNTER-
MORENO

mmmiinit' P.rtw hns., Nikita

Communist Party boss Nikita
Red Jet Airliners
In Production,
Designer Reveals
MOSCOW, March 26 (UP)
Leading Soviet aircraft designer
Andrei Tupelov said today Russia
has gtarted mass-producing 500
other Russian air officials con
firmcd that Russia was wen ad.
ced in th fie,d of civman jet.
liners under development.
Tupelov, who designed the Tul04
jetliner which flew Soviet secret
police chief- Ivan berov to London
last week, said in an interview in
He said the plane is designed
to carry between 50 and 70 pas
sengers and six crewmen in a pres
surized cabin,
The plane, named for
has two powerful jet en
provide a cruising speec
Tupelov.
ines that
of 500
h at aititudes of 20,000 feet.,,
r
"The Tul04 caa fly non-stop for
instance from Moscow to NovOsi NovOsi-birks,
birks, NovOsi-birks, that is a distance of 3,000 3,000-3,200
3,200 3,000-3,200 kilometers (about 2,250 mil miles),"
es)," miles)," the designer said.
The swCDt-wine plane is a civil
ian version of the Russian medium
jet Badger bomber
J
Czech-lo. Korean
Trade Pact Signed
TOKYO. March 26 (UP)-Czech
oslovakia and Communist North
Korea have siened a new trade
agreement following negotiations
held in Pyongyang, the Commu Communist
nist Communist held in Pyongyang, the Com Communist
munist Communist Peiping radio said today
The broadcast said North Koret
would ship non-ferrous metals,
ores, iron alloy, tobacco and oth other
er other eoods to Czechoslovakia in ex-
change for machines, measuring
instruments, electric wire and
motor venicies.
Weil-Known Barber
Buried At Mr. Hope
J.mj"
for fc well-
known barbershon concession
aire, Melquiades Diez, were held
today at 2 p.m. at tne Mt. nope
Cemetery.
Mr. Diez. a lone-time resident
of the Canal Zone died yesterday
at 7:15 a.m. Htf was recently
concessionaire at the Cristobal
Clubhouse,
Mr. Diez Is survived by a wife,
Sara, and a daughter, Yolanda.
Thev asked that no flowers be
sent but contributions may be
made to the cancer fund by
those desiring to do so.

THE STORY OF ECGB.ERT An Easter Adventure

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SEGREGAT10N-AT-ANY-C0ST MISS1SSIPP1AN DECLARES:
South Not Bluffing In Threat
To Abolish Its Public Schools

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(NEA Telephoto)
MINISTER SMILES AFTER CONVICTION The Rev. M. L.
King and his wife (center) smile as they stand in front of a
group of cheering Negroes following King's conviction for his
part in the Negro boycott of Montgomery, Ala., buses. King
has appealed his case and the execution of his sentence
$1,000 fine or 386 days in jail was withheld 'pending the
outcome of his appeal.

15,000 Pilgrims
Cheer Pope Pius
On Palm Sunday
VATICAN CITY, March 26 (UP)
Fifteen thousand pilgims carry carrying
ing carrying olive branches cheered Pope
Pius XII vesterdar on Palm Sun-
dav. ooenina day of the Holy week!
devoted to the passion death and
resurrection of Christ.
Horn honking from 4,000 cars

in St. Peter's Square greeted the1 expressed by- anti-discrimination
Pope as he made a brief window, group leaders In the area and by
appearance to bless the umbrella- leaders of the National Association
dotted crowd. Bain which has fall-1 for the Advancement of Colored
en through most of the morning People and the Civil Liberties U U-had
had U-had subsided shortly before. inion in New Yo'rk.
- Th Mpwerl olive branches the Mrs. Martin Luther King Jr..

crowd was waving towards the wife of the convicted Negro min min-Pope
Pope min-Pope symbolized the palms that ister, sent word from Montgomery
were strewn before Christ when he; she would welcome any support
entered Jerusalem in t r i u m p h readers of the Asbury Park Press

more than 19 centuries ago.

know the truth and the

PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, MARCH 26, 1958

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N. J. Clergy Seek
Funds For Leader
Of Bus Boycott
ASBURY PAHK.' N.J : March 26
(UP) Clergymen in the North
Jersey Shore and today supported
a fund, drive to aid a minister
i convicted of leading a Negro boy
cott of buses in Montgomery, Ala.
Approval of the drive also was
1 might give her husband.

country is safe Abraham Lincoln,

WASHINGTON, March 26 IV?)
Sen. John C. Stennis (D-Miss.)
said yesterday the South is "not
bluffing' in its threat to aooiisn
public schools rather than carry
out the Supreme Court's racial in integration
tegration integration orded
He said it is important that oth
er areas understand this determi
nation and also recognize the "f a-
grant abuse of judicial power" in
volved in the court's ruling.
"I couldn't express tee strong-,
ly that great areas of the South
re not going to surrndr their
social partorn," Stennii said on
the ABC-TV program "Celebri "Celebrity
ty "Celebrity Paradt."
' SOUNDS A WARNING
He said one of the purposes of
the "manifesto", signed by 101
Southern members of Consress
j was io aien people 10 me pnn pnn-MfpTe'
MfpTe' pnn-MfpTe' involved and to show "it can
happen to them on other matters."
The, segregation issue also was
discussed by Reps. E. L. For
Tester (D-Ga.) nd Kenneth B.
Keating (R-N.Y.) on the CBS ra-,
dio program "The Leading Ques-
Forrester said the Supreme
Court's decision means in effect
that "we have no Constitution."
He said the ruling was "contra "contrary
ry "contrary to all legal precedents."
Keating said the Constitution
Is "a living document' that can
bo "interpreted in the light of
the tlmts."
He said the Southern manifesto,
pledging its signers to use all le legal
gal legal means to overturn the court
order, was an attempt to "re
write the Constitution.
FEARS PARTY SPLIT
Stennis expressed fear that both
political parties will make increas increasing
ing increasing use of the segregation issue in
the coming campaign.
He warned that Democrats tak
ing the "extreme view" could split
the party at its national conven
tion next August.
Asked what the next step would
I be by segregation forces, Stennis
said .were is "lots or room tor

passaee of additional laws" or altional whaling rules in the An An-conshtutional
conshtutional An-conshtutional amendment agaimt tarctic area durlnz the nast

the court's ruling.
Matilda F. Harry
Dies In Residence
Matilda F. Harry, a 74-year-old
Jamaican resident of a land
lease farm in the one died yes yesterday
terday yesterday of natural causes.
According to a a police report,
the elderly woman had been suf
fering from asthma and a heart
condition for many years.
BY WALT SCOTT

riVK CENTS

Ho said 'Southerners do not
fool that "we have had our day
in court yet."
Forrester, noting that earlier
Supreme Court rulings upheld the
principle of separate but equal
facilities for Negroes, said the new
decision indicates the Constitution
"will mean one thing today and
will mean another thing tomor
row."
DENOUNCES DECISION
...
"If that is the principle that we
operate on, he declared, wt
have no constitution, and we nev
er had a constitution."
Keating replied that "It Is al almost
most almost ', ridiculous to .claim
that, a decision ef the Supreme
Court Is illegal. Tho' Supreme
Court is tho onunciator of t h e
law. . that i the last world."
Suggesting that a constitutional
amendment is the only "orderly"
approach, he said "the law must
be enforced. No municipality and
no state can be permitted to defy
dulv constituted authority."
"We took an oath to support and
defend the Constitution of the li
nked States," Forrester retorted.
"We did not take an oath to sup support
port support the Supreme Court. I consi consider
der consider it my duty as congressman
to dispute a decision that I think
is illegal."
Onassis Whale Oil
Seized In Hamburg
On Norwegian Writ
HAMBURG, Germany, March
26 (UP) About 9000 tons of
whale oil unloaded in port here
from a tanker owned by Greek Greek-Argentine
Argentine Greek-Argentine shipping magnate Arr
istotle S. Onassis nave been seiz seized
ed seized by a court writ upon the re request
quest request of the Norwegian Ship Shipping
ping Shipping Association.
Dr. Werner fichoen, represent representing
ing representing the Norwegians, said today
the action is hoped to bring a a-bout
bout a-bout a. civil court trial of Nor
wegian chareM that. t.hA Dnas-
whalini? fleet. hrnk interna
whale catching seasons,
The Hamburg state court con
firmed the writ but refused to
reveal further details: The court
said that neither the Onassis
representative here or at Monte
carlo nad yet reacted to the
coniiscation which was carried
out Saturday afternoon when
tne onassis tanker Olympic Sun
was unloading ts o carco at.
tne "Han Samatex" nnnv in
mmourg's nort.
The Olympic Sun is owned by
the same Onassis-run shipping
company in f anama as the On
assls whaling fleet.

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WASHINGTON, March 26 -'v'.t
House committee has
asked 27 experts on Communism
to evaluate the new Russian
"propaganda offensive" against

uie me joser Stalin.
(E rpmrnthancis E' Walt
iu-fa.) or the House rommini.
on tun-Amerlcan activities said
yesterday that all tho.,- ".12
f1' their views have had
intimate experience with tari.
ous aspects of Russia and the
international Communist con.
splracy."
Amonsr those nnllerf ,,.. ni
llam C. Bullitt, former amDaKa-
mlmu1 x-mmunists
Wh ttaker Chambers and Louis
Budenz; William Simms, former
foreign editor for Scripps-How-
iu ncwpijBrs; xun Rastvorov
former Russian .a ....,
. upj r anu Merie
Fainsod of Harvard University
ue new -soviet
policy can "result n more
damage to the free world than
the sword-brandishing agres agression
sion agression of the past years unless
we formulate a positive plan
for meeting the situation.
' Walter said It was the first
time a Congressional committee
has organized a "symposium" of
this kind. He said the committee
felt it would be the most effec effective
tive effective way of getting the informa.
tion together for responsible gov gov-eminent
eminent gov-eminent officials and the nut)-
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PeruYian Publisher
Praises Slruiile
Of Colombian Press
LIMA, Peru, March 23 (UP)
Pedro Beltran, publisher of th in.
dependent newspaper La Prensa,,
hiu iouay mat me Colombian
press is now bearing the brunt in
the struggle for freedom.
Beltran was released on March
14 from El Fronton island peni peni-tentiary
tentiary peni-tentiary where he was helofor 26
days on untried charges of direct
responsibility for", the 'uprising
an army garrison in the Amarl I
river port of Iquitos. La Prensl
was silenced by Peruvian censor censorship
ship censorship for 19 days.
. Referring to the closing this
week of the Bogota, Colombia op.
position newspaper Information, Information,-Beltrain
Beltrain Information,-Beltrain said.
"In recent davs! it has been th
lot of the couraceous Cnlnmliin
press to bear the largest share of
sacrifice before the altar of free freedom
dom freedom of the press.... ..
"Informacion, of Bogota, has
joined the numerous victims which
(Colombian President Gustavo) Ro Ro-jas
jas Ro-jas Pinilla has heaped up in his
drive against freedom of thought.
"Jn our unfortunate Latin Amer America,
ica, America, newspapermen who do their
duty of reporting and opining truth truth-fully
fully truth-fully and independently are Still
subject to the risk of dictatorial
excesses a risk they must con consciously
sciously consciously assume.
"With its scaVs still fresh and in
the knowledge of how much pain
the right to speak freedly costs us
in our America, La Prensa sends
its colleagues in Colombia, special specially
ly specially those of Informacion, a word of
solidarily and encouragement.
BALBOA TIDES
TUESDAY, MARCH 27
HIGH
4:16 a.m
4:34 f.m.-
LOW
10:21 a.m.
10:56 p.m.
1:15, 3:i. S:0S. T:09. 9:00 p.m.
le fought the Sioux as
fiercely is he loved on
of their women!
mm
DOUGLAS
IMSOOUCING
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