The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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]
normalized irregular


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Panama -- Panama


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

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IN LONDON Soviet Secret Police Chief Ivan Serov, left, Is
shown with Jacob Malik, Soviet Ambassador at the Russian
Embassy in London, after Serov arrived In the British capital
from Moscow. Serov was there to arrange security measures
for next month's Khrushchev-Bulganln visit.
Pray da Gets Into Act
Of Knocking Stalin

MOSCOW, March 28 (UP)
The Soviet Union fired the o-

jjciuiik kuu muay in vast puu puu-lic
lic puu-lic propaganda campaign to
-destroy the "Illusion" of Stalin
as the "great architect and
genius of the Soviet state."
Pravda, organ of the, Commu Communist
nist Communist Party, launched a bitter at at-tack
tack at-tack on Stalin's vanity and one-

man rule.
Until today, the Soviet press
had blasted "the cult of per per-sonslity"
sonslity" per-sonslity" and one-man rule
but had treated Stalin ginger gingerly,
ly, gingerly, mentioning his name
- sparingly.
Now, apparently, the lid is
' For the first time the personal

qualities of the late government 1.
art?" re undet al will Cost liimzn

Pravda sharp attack was fe

rn !n -i'ti ntr iin rtria

trs here as "pretty strong
stuff" in view of Beria's un unsavory
savory unsavory record.
Pravda said that Beria "worm "wormed
ed "wormed his way to a leading position
in party and government" as
result of Stalin's "cult of tite
Beria was shot in 1953 as "an
inveterate aeent nf tmnerlallsm

Observers here also noted with
Interest that Pravda accused
Stalin of failure to discourage
pralsg and adulation.
. The newspaper said Stalin
actually encouraged them
(praise and adulation) at every

Scuffle In Panama public 'i'i;i''" cam campaign
paign campaign to (. ;-u-oy "V '"ions"
of Die Soviet jjjpie about the
one-time Stalin the Great.
The newspaper's linking of
Stalin and executed security
- chief Lavrenti Beria was re
garded by diplomatic observ-

1 V1 4

Canal Zone Chapter
Up To 31 Per Cent
Of Red Cross Goal

An Albrcmk airman, iniurrd in

a scuffie with a Panama police policeman
man policeman who was attempting to ar arrest
rest arrest him. will suffer Impaired

viaiuu io ins ieu eye.
The Air Fore ui4 tnrtov rf

is now felt that. t.h vuinl t

Luis Barrelro's Injured eye will

uq jmpaueu.

The airman, who i sttaxha

to Hq. Sq. 6T00 AB Group was
hospitalized' at Gorgas three
weeks ago after he was Injured
m the eye while reportedly re resisting
sisting resisting arrest bv a nnllcemon In

V "sTree'f Ity ln the viclnlty ot
At first hospiWr:,aiitiiorities
feared he would lose the eye, hut
today he is considered to be in
good condition...
Pa rram l I. -u ji

from Dr. D. J. PaoluccV fund his physical Improvement and
campaign chairman. J also the receipt of a request from

i,.."Mr7;iC .f Lu ranama government to turn

' i i pim over to them for trial
nnerations. American Red Croys. p,.,s u .

Caribbean area, amounted to'they wwldBar m
$4,812.25, as of March 26. Xrges or ?esiSn
With the larger Panama Canal Xen he MlfHS fmif!
n .rnvemment. hnreai.. r"en.. u "'eased from the

. M. .. 1L - 1 1 .11. 4.11

irom ine smauer uniui, as weu
8j a. progress report from the
Personnel Bureau continue to
arrive at campaign headquarters.

Big 3 Talks
End On Note
Of Harmony


in-icu m tun President

S -2" oas,y e d e d the
North Amfnrin "c, ,:.

- ...... uuiiiiiiu con-
lerenee in an mn nr

harmony and goodwill.

ine President planned brief
farewell -meetings with Candiait
Prime Minister Louis St. Laurent

iu rresiaentKuiz Cortines of

imico oeiore warding a train for

Mr. Eisenhower

turn to the capital by train instead
of by plane because of expected
bad weather. He planned to return
aboard the same Chesapeake
Ohio private railroad car that he
used traveling to this plush resort
Sunday night.
American officials told news newsmen
men newsmen the conference accomplished
its main objective of creating a
bond of friedship between the
leaders of the three nations. The
officials said the friendship would
aid solving any future differences.
. They hinted- the President mav

hold similar meetings following

me me reiaxea procedure in the
future possibly the meeting this
July with Premier Jawaharlal
Nehru of India.
White House Press secretary
James C. Hagerty said the three
chiefs of government made "no
concerete agreement one way or
another" on Canada's proposal to
"call Russia's bluff" in the eco economic
nomic economic cold war.
Lester B. Pearson, Canadian

secretary of Foreign Affairs, urg-

eo. me tree world to propose to I
Russia an exchange of plans for1
future economic aid to underde-
veloped nations.

"An exchange of blueprints. .
can be followed in the economic
field as well as in th field of dis dis-armament,"
armament," dis-armament," he said, "Let's tell
ihe Russians what are goinf:
to do. . M l ii Russia to jm
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MUCH INTEREST was displayed in the opening of bids yesterday afternoon at Balboa Heights
for the Panama Canal Company's project for the replacement of its locks towing locomotives.
The bids wefe opened by Col. Hugh M. Arnold, Engineering and Construction Director, seated
at the head of the table. Representatives of two of the three manufacturing firms submit submitting
ting submitting proposals were also present. They were R. G. LeTourneau. head of R. G. LeTournea i)
Inc., seated third from Colonel Arnold's left; R. L. Tourneau, second from his riant; an.'
E. G. Bromilow. of General Electric, ln shirtsleeves ln the foreground with his hands on the
table. The bulky packages at Arnold's elbow are proposals submitted for the replacement
program which will cost several millions of dollars.

Radical New Design Of Mules

. i
Nov Under Study By Canal

The sum of $6,984. or 31 per
cent of the Red Cross campaign
goal of $22,330 for the Canal
Zone chapter, has been realized,
according to an announcement

Charle H. Crawford, chair chairman
man chairman for the personnel Bureau,
reported that .the drive was
nearing completion and that
$206.35 had been received. Miss
Kathleen M. McGuigan, chair chairman
man chairman for the office of the Comp Comptroller,
troller, Comptroller, reported completion of
the campaign in this office and
a contribution of $349, George
Logan for the Administrative
Branch, handed In a final re report
port report and $446.25.
Residents of the Canal Zone
nho have not contributed and
wish to do so can mail contri contributions
butions contributions to the Red Cross Cam Campaign
paign Campaign Fund, Box 322, Balboa
Heights, or make their contribu contributions
tions contributions to Mrs. Carolyn Glbbs,
campaign treasurer, at the Red
Cross Chapter House (telephone
Balboa 3362) next to the Civil
Affairs building.

Juiie Crowe Uphlds
Drunk-DrMng Fine
By Miisfrie
' "' 1
A decision by the Cristobal
Magistrate's Court in fining an
American crane operator $100
for drunken driving, was upheld
today in the U.S. District court.
The defendant, John C.
Thompson, appealed an e arlier
conviction today in the Cristobal
Division of the higher court.
District Court Judge v Guthrie
F. Crowe upheld the Cristobal

magistrate s decision.

Oars, Juke Boxes
Mufed By Pt-nama
During Holy Days
n Panama City's Mayor Ramon
Real yesterday orderd the closing
of all bars, liquor stores and a a-musement
musement a-musement places from mirfnioht

tomorrow until midnieht finnd

Pointing out that the majority of
Panamanians are rathnii k.

Mayor also suspended the. use of

jime ooxes,. orcnestras and "other

means 01 maKing popular music
between midnieht tnmnrrnui anl

noon Saturdav.

Some 25,000 persons are expect-

ea in leave ranama Uty and the
Pacific side of the rnai

starting today to participate in

the .traditional Holy Week festivi

ties in me interior of the Repub


Government office and

business establishments, including

DnKs, win remain closed on both
Good Friday and Holy Saturday.
In addition to the city ordnances
issued by the mayors of Panama,
Colon and other towns and cities
on bars and popular music, the
Catholic Church ha

faithful against beginning the tra-

aiuonai oiona Saturday dances
before midnight v when the Gloria
mass ends. Formerly the Hanr

started from early evening.

aeverai religious processions
have been scheduled for tonight by
Panama City churches.
All Panama-licenscrl vehicle cm.

ing to the interior between now

and Sunday must pass a safety in inspection
spection inspection at a checkpoint set up
opposite the National Guard head-

He is WOrklnff for- the T.nnli-a nnartera nn "4" A.n...

uvcrnaui project ana is 48 years Highways leading to the int


Eisenhower Jests

At Hubbub Over
'Poisoned Pop'
Va., March 28 (UP) -President
Eisenhower jested today about the
hub bub ctfused by "the case of
the poisoned ginger ale."
He referred to the riisnln cur

that three persons suffered gas

tric upsets three days ago after
drinking ginger ale in the railroad
car which broueht Mr. F. ispnhnui.

er here from Washington.
"The incident caused a mild se security
curity security flurry in the Secret Serv Service,
ice, Service, which investigated the n risi

bility that the ginger ale was poi

soned, ine inquiry, has uncovered
no evidence so far the the matter
was anything but accidental.

But. Eisenhower had breakfast

today wtih Walter J. Tuohy, presi president
dent president of the Chesapeake and Ohio
Railroad whose 'private car was
loaned to the chief executive for
the trip here. r-
"Who are they trying to get
you or me" Mr. Eisenhower ask asked
ed asked Tuohy. '--
"it must be you," the President
added, "you are the pop drinker.
I haven't drunk pop for years."
Tuohy, a tee totaler, usually
specified r ginger ale when asked
to have a drink. One the occasions
that Mr. Eisenhower has a drink
before dinner, he usually takes
scotch whisky with water.
Were you hot yesterday? No
According to weather re reports
ports reports from Balboa Heights. It

. was 93 degrees yesterday, not

a recoro, put nigb lor Utli

-tls ; ir t!if re) irf in'Tit of anfl Tt. C, T
lit? i i. i (,;,'W Jo.ks towing, Longvic, '1:a

locoiiioiive-, opened yesterday at
Balboa heights, brought offers
ranging from a low of $4,983,400
for 30 towing devices of a radical radically
ly radically different design from those now
in service, to one of $10,992,431 for
57 units of the Panama Canal
Company's design.
Three large United States mann,
facturing firms entered offers,
these being the International Gen General
eral General Electric Company, of New
York; Sandy Hill Brass and Iron
Works, of Hudson Falls, N. Y.;

"!irnP-''H,.'-l;n(, pf

Tht Canal Company had Invit Invited
ed Invited proposals for 57 towing loco loco-motivat
motivat loco-motivat built to spttificitions
furnishtd by th Canal with in
craittd tewing capacity and nu nu-mvrout
mvrout nu-mvrout other improvamtnti td
rcplac tha 67 now In rvic;
the same numbtr with modifica modifications
tions modifications by tha manufacturar; and
for towing davicat of any nature
to maat the requirements for
handling thips of all sixad in the
Locks. Proposals ware alio soli solicited
cited solicited under these general terms

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nierea apparent low proposal in .!,, fu 0f.;wu t' r
iLximat SSffsSiX ot inwntii nut l.j

t-ant fur on iitia of tiia Uch:

and for two for uie for tait pur

The General Electric Company

cnierea apparent low proposal in


proximate general design of those
in service.
The Sandy Hill Iron and Brass
Works submitter! offer nnlu In?

locomotives built to Canal specific

R. G. LeTourneau, Inc., entered

only an oiler lor new towing me mechanisms
chanisms mechanisms designed normally to re require
quire require only two towing locomotives
for each ship handled.

Says Reds Gamin

PARIS, March 28 (UP) Gen

supreme commander of Allied forces in Europe, said today
the West still can win any war with the Soviet Union. But
he admitted that the Soviets are building their strength

Gruenther expressed his views at a lunch meeting of
the SHAPE correspondents jassociation at his 15 nation
headquarters just outside Paris.'
Two years aqo. he oredicted that the Wi wmiM ul

any war against the Soviets. Asked if he still felt that way.
r l i.. ...I- i.

sjruenrner repnea:

As of now, the Russians. definitely wnulrl ln n we

because their defense cannot cope with bombers like the
B-47and the new class of V-Bombers coming into service
in Britain.

"We have a bia advantaae over the Rerl nren' nrw

but they ore definitely closing the gap."

He said the basic nrohlem of air Hofoncs !e n,, ..,a.i,..

the West is air defense againstlnow."
surprise attack from behind the! But he added that his hearlmiar.

Iron Curtain. ters had recommended an "inte-
H nntpH that th '. hue orol..l ...Jn.

jet fiRhters and bombers that can j which wc think' is going to be ap-

upei aiv ii uiii K's r u n w a y s,4 proven.
vhi'e the Vrslrrn fihtrrs cannot,! c s,rl (hrrp aKrict h- :,
- TIhk would cive th furl Varra .rnnrriimiinn u,t, ,u. i..

an advantage in any sneak, sur-j warning sj.sicm of the Nnrlli' A A-prise'
prise' A-prise' attack a factor which must mcrican contincn and that of Fu-



"' He ttressad that the' tjme
draftees earva in the' Armed
Force of tha NATO nations
needs to be longer rather than
shorter became of the complexi complexities
ties complexities of training for modern war warfare.
fare. warfare. He also noted that SHAPE has

recommended that the large na

vip nf h wnrlH Istc snmp

their surplus vessels out of moth

General Electric Comnanv, '"''plus vessels out 01 motn

entered offers under all t h r eY ?'ls "n? "se 10 Ke?p !? n

.... i vip fir vnrwav uimiiiiii a uihpci

SAFE AND SOUND Governor of Cyprus, Field Marshal Sir,
John Harding, right, talks to a Wiltshire Regiment warrant
officer In Kyrenla. This is the first picture of the Governor
since he escaped an assassination attempt when a bomb was
placed ln his bed but failed to expldde.

schedules of the basic and first

alttrnate, but with four separate

mas tor tne use of ss many differ different
ent different types of as the towin"
apparatus. The four different types
of winches" are those manufactur manufactured
ed manufactured by the McKiernan Terry Corpor Corporation,
ation, Corporation, C. H. Wheeler Co. WaterNir

tool Division, and Westev Gear
The range of General Electric
. bids for locomotives built to Can Canal
al Canal specifications wis at follow:
For $7 towinq loeomotivet, $7, $7,-580,000
580,000 $7,-580,000 to $9,84000; 30 units,
$4,767,000 to iS 509.000; and two
test' units, $630,000 to $?0 m.

For tnwind nnmntivia -with tnnJ Other nine

dificatinns bv the mnnnfar'nrpr

the range of General Electric of offers
fers offers were: $7,238,000 to $9,S24 .000
for 57 units; $4,087,000 to $5,329, $5,329,-000
000 $5,329,-000 for 30 units; and $616,000 to
$790, for two test units.

vies of Norwav. Denmark. Greece

and Turkey up to date.
Gruenther pointed out that "our

For 60-Cycle .Povrcr

Feeder Al Hospi!:!
Tbe Panama Canal Company in
now soliciting bids for the construc construction
tion construction of an emergency 60-rvHff nnw.

nI er feeder to Coco Solo Hospital.

.... piMIIH VUVU- dJIU M?ifmi4 IJI
served by a single 12,000 volt cable
which runs from Coco Solito sub

station to a 12,000 to a 2.4O0-vnlt
transfoi mer substation in the vicU
nity of the hospital. Power is dis distributed
tributed distributed to 22 distribution trans trans-formers
formers trans-formers located at the various u u-nits
nits u-nits of the hospital over a 2,400 2,400-volt
volt 2,400-volt cable.

The new 12,000-voll powrr line
and the1 new 2,400-volt distribution
cable will, in general, parallel
the existing circuits and provide
emergency service. Standby power
is Drovided bv a AieuM enrrinm

driven 25-cycle generator which

The three proposals by Sanoy
Hills Iron and Brass Works for

basic only were: $10,992,424 fr 57

units;, $6,775,378 for 30 units; and

$1,304,000 for two test units

Briloni To Have
line More Monlhs
Of Ausferify

Bflm. irite- AntVinnv TTlo, 0"Ven 25-Cycle gef

government yesterday warned;1'1 be replaced with a new 60-cyclo
Britons were in for at least an- nerator under another contract.

mer nine month, of "auster- Bids for the construction ot the
Vr.'o..fiet, emcnyPwer line will be op. the morning of Apri 16 in

.ff-t tluu "eig.its.

Uianw vvij tfistj) J Vnl vv

increase exports and decrease
imports, reversing the trend
that cut Britain's dollar reserves
from 986 to 757 million dollars
last year.
The white paper said that even

more stringent restrictions will, tan
be imposed if present anti-inf la- I 0 UlCU I H J C T

Paul A. Hor.b!rs:
Named As Sc!:IIcr

i T.,.,,'. .i i tt. J e unposea ii present anu-miia- i
LeTourneau s nrooosa s fo,- the i Jl j. i iuJ

new iuwiiiK ucviLea were: a4.unz.411u 1,.

for 30 units- S3 277 200 foe ik nnif I Siu . The Army today released the

uuic.eni:ior one sine 01 ine iocks;. lcv throuehout this vear will be ,. b ua

and $728,700 for two test units

The bids for the reolacement nf

the existing towing locomotives

were ODened bv Col. Huch M kr.

nold, engineering and construction!

director, wno announced it will be
a matter of weeks before a com complete
plete complete analysis of the bids can be
completed because of the manv

complexities involved. After the
proposals have been throuehlv

nalyzed and evaluated, appropriate
recommendations will be made to
Maj. Gen. John S. Seybold. Gov Gov-(Continued
(Continued Gov-(Continued on Fage 6. Col. 6)

. ,r i? j jj .. V who was Kiiicu ysLCiaay wiif-n
to limit home demand so that the jeep In which he was ridl
more of our production- can be skldded and hit a bridge rail on
flvnAftaH a tWf f Via Alilh

c;i'""tu w ",a "f '"""'iBonnquen Highway near Con-

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Zone Observatory
Changes Schedule
Because of the Good Fridav and
Easter holidays, the Miraflore?
Observatory will be open to the
public this week Thursday nicht
and Saturday night instead tf Fri Friday
day Friday night and Sunday night.
The observatory will be open
during the regular hours of 7 p.m
to S.p m. on each niht. Th rro.

ular Friday and Sunday night

senenuie win rip; TPsiimci nr-r

of imports Is mderated," the
announcement said.

Among the antl-inflationarv
measures are curbs on credit; an
Increase from 4Vi per cent to
5V, per cent on the bank rate
and enforced down payments of
from 30 to 50 per cent on install installment
ment installment payments.
Thev touched nff wove, nf

public resentment that brought

a near-crisis in tne government.

Ex-Canal Emplove,

Walter Emery. 76,
Succumbs In D C,


Walter Emery, 76, who served rv
various legal capacities in Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, died yesterday; at Garfield
Hospital. He was formerly with
the Magistrate's and District
Courts in the Canal Zone.

lor 25 years until his retire

tractor's Hill. He was Pfc. Paul

A. Hombirg. ;
Arrangements w e r e beir.
made by the Army today to ship
his body back home to Metro Metropolis,
polis, Metropolis, III.
Another passenger in the
jeep, Pfc, Donald A. Coleman, is
in :'; Gorfeas Hospital suffering
from a skull concussion. His con condition
dition condition is not considered scrlom.
Driver of the jeep, pic. Frede Frederick
rick Frederick G. Walker who rceivrd
facial injuries, was not hospi hospitalized.
talized. hospitalized.

Muscovite Farmer
minims 184 Years
LONDON, March 2F (UP)-Mos.
cow radio reported today tl-,t a
farmer in the Soviet Republic cf
Azerbaijan has reached the ?
of 184.

The broadcast said "the" fu-i

uiu. o. i. rraiiKPi was ine op- nnr are neavtiv nniiomi K h .j u. --.-..-n . r vncn na auu-oiiviaii wis mar- scnenum -win tip resiimri nr imt i, f iri.- m,i,k.i

ucparimerit. owned bv & British tranimort t "w MCC" "UiC tununue unni we advertising and economics for. the I warded the Soviet ordr r,

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Labor News
Com men I

Next Question



In answer to Colonel BllniD's recent letter truly an excel

lent and unusual letter, though obviously written with frequent
reierences to Webster.
No. 1 Re the Hay Herran treaty of 1903. I'll acept your inter interpretation.
pretation. interpretation. It wou4d seem to me you missed the boat, that deal
would have been almost as good as the one made with the Dutch
on Manhattan Island. ;
No. 2 Re present payments to my government. I think you
will find that the annual proliU from the Panama Canal have,
made this Investment a very handsome one. The Panama. Canal Is
the most important asset on the Isthmus (and one of the most im important
portant important assets of your country) and it's only fair that the country
in which the Canal is located should benefit to the maximum from

sset. The Canal has played its part, mannea muio u

hr. ircal Rate employes, in two wars, wim no. ont uian..
Msoiape traced to any Panfmanian. As one Naval veteran said in recalled to duty in Korea, "I'm not pleased at being recall-.

ed to service, but I'd rather n?ni in .urea wmu .j
yard" The part the Canal has played in' getting this veteran and
ill the necessary paraphernalia to Korea, to enable him to do his
Job cannot be ommitted. That he did his job well, I loin you In
hUmN0y a-Rfthe Soo.000 paid to Colombia in 1921 T that pay payment
ment payment mv friend was to protect your country's interest in the
Panama" canal, has paid off In the last 35 years considerably
mrNfSh4!li?iou will Inquire what it cost to bring an American
cltonto work in the Canal Zone, plus
siire vou will find that the C.C.C. camps and the N.R.A. was a iar

niericans to tne uanai oiic, s'u .-

that tne united s u ""i; not one million,
font .tretejlc Air to". base, beta to

better here, don't you thin.

"i n nnt'i niiuiu --- .....

in ciosin. w"...';-;ii.h nartnonist. Hardly a fitting

;. tne iamuus i"s""

a humorous character

. Un T .nT

signrture for such an excellent letter.



notice that



There have been a lot of P-Ple tcWng for a t unem
ce that .didn't, corne, datlnR tacK f n air t0

Zone in April, wit LrXhl,'rSleen since, and I

he Id my astmna. i -'s, T never felt better,
.reaped" the age of 93 years .on March A I neve century
some til the females of out teancgg: the age of 94,
mam. but we haveno recordjof a .male wM

I had uetwr ep Z.iIl' lady here 103 years old just
neck. I heard last week Pl f j 't to take a

nprinr from a broKen ieg, Duu xcv..- .-rr-..',

- w ; i. UnA rrt-kT. 11 nPSLCU

Tne lemaica bv- ------
hrta f-ards noured In from every

about the aame aenumwu fr0" me month



chance. The jemaiw .v. -"--wherei and all carried

Ti Vt imM lOrriS T l 1 1 I C(l 111 wa.a. t 11 tnt

5 "th. wnfimwU 'Congratulatlons-Arnae

- 4k. ih Bait rcuar away iium uv

tury." p .eci" "r;p0";; t feel so fresh. ..

country in Panama, ndfrom .the num wm same

estimates are usuauy bh thU month and it is

inspeciw" "T,, ff t.h road, creat-

!U,UUU Wl" ue u-
?odheaSmS and cold so far, but It
luu.u... .i- vr frPP7 which

.mii Ka a rhnnce to get kliiea wiia

Texas' new

estimaiea ini "D" 'ZX. pbIpm
tag a bonanza lor automobile dea e -.-.,.,1, tlrtta

usually comes J-""r Mr Rtarics.

Had a visit iasi d..u-, v :

the old Zone

Had aim M" rovlnE ton and wife. He was

plumber. m.V workers at Ancon, but w

once one 01
dWni.S,d7hiffi everything that; j apnened
cleaif up to the lugar mill and on to Fuerto Armuelle



vacation Is here

This rear M ffl.MTi.rfU to Santa Clara

This year, also as in a then will be

MtnStS eK oufthe atrocloustions; Of

s year, aiso as m '-'- ont. riara
&A 8Raln as in years past am 8a gar

the Teenagers up there.

he Teenagers up tnere. f Wf.minK to those few
This letter is being year m Tou don't like the
id grouches who,wri e in dwa.'-:-Either that,

grouches. . ; a bunch of young kldslo Just

not ."e,; tv,,nV baRk a feW years at the shenanigans pulled

t0daiyA closing I'll say, Cool It man, and get with it. Easter

fighting. Keep your nend Santa Clara


"r: i,r,. tn tot that nanclm course that the

. l. ".S". ".: hm take their Advanced Brain

Sing TeTeek aftVr their'grade cutters got through
cutting me down to a peasant they drug me off to school.
After four classes they convinced me that making less money
was patriotic, farthered Flshency and Conomy, and w?uldJjut
the income tax. I went home kissed the wife, mae the kids
ivart living on corn, pone and sow bell? again, and thanked the
Lord that I had been made a miserable poor but Grade A Num Number
ber Number One supervisor.

In a scries of secret meetings
throughout the south, regional la la-bur
bur la-bur leaders have begun planning

and seeking legal counsel on bon boning
ing boning the AFLrCIO to launch an all all-Wiiite
Wiiite all-Wiiite Souihern Federatiou of
There have been such sessions
in Mississippi. Tennessee and

Georeia in recent weeks.

In Mississippi, leaders of some
AFL-CIO Construction Trades

Unions discussed splitting frjm the

national federation with a Circuit

Court Justice.

This off-the-record conference

was but one of many involving

sections of some of the AFL-CIO s

major unions. These include the

Carpenters, tha United Auto Work

ers. the Brotherhood of Electrical

Workers, the Plumbers, all the

other Building Trades Craf

Unions, some of the Railroad

Brotherhoods, the Rubber Workers,

the Steelworkers and the UU worn

ers crisscrossing every section
of labor from conservative old
AFL unions to the most militant

nlri C.ICi oreamzations.

Their followers number hundreds
of thousands in the nation's key

industries and atomic and nynrc nynrc-en
en nynrc-en installations.

For the first time, even the most

vocal and swift-moving national
labor chiefs are quiet and not
because they don't want to head
off the secession.
Such men, ranging from th"
middle-of-the-roader Maurice

lintpheson of the Carpenters to

Walter Reuther, who would ordi ordi-narily
narily ordi-narily welcome it as a challenge challenge-are
are challenge-are not rushing to move publicly
because they fear they might pro provoke
voke provoke violence.
There is fear that the :.ove for
an all-white Southern Federation
of Labor can result in bloody bat battles
tles battles which would make the recent
ties which would make th rercnt
southern campus incidents seem
like May Day pole dances.
This could develop if the AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO unions try to counter a split
with legal action to lift the char charters
ters charters and an attempt to take over
the assets and headquarters of
the seceding unions.
Most of this is in a still secret
report passed on to AFL-CIO pres president
ident president George Meany this past
week. The hush-hush report on the
efforts to launch the Southern

Federation of Labor was compiled

after investigation by the AFL-

CIO's Agricultural Worker's Union

chief, H. L. Mitchell.

His probe reveals that scores

of second and third echelon south

ern labor chiefs have joined local

White Citizens Cpuncus.

These labor men. who have con

siderable influence inside southern
unions.' are not. iust sitting in on

such council sessions but are he'p-

ingto devise strategy, fnr the f ;:ht

against desegregation ofTNesit"es.

These union officials are deeply

bitter over George Meany's state

ments on desegregation and claim

that they know of hundreds of

protesting "handwritten" letters

pouring in daily on labor's nation

al office, urpmg the AFL-CIO to

stay out of this fight.

Wherever they can, the support

ers of the all-white Southern Fed

eration of Labor concept are tell

ing it to the national men in per

son. A few weeks ago, for examnle
Roy Reuther, Walter's brother,

told a roomful of unionists that

the "situation is particularly bad
in the Atlanta region :

Walter Reuther gave orders "o

read the riot act" to the anti-

desegregationists in the Unite!

Auto Workers Union. Regional of

ficials immediately went Into the

area. Men were dispatched to baw!

out the local leaders. They read

uie not act.

And the riot act was read right

back to them. Incensed local
unionists insisted they had auton

omy and told the United Auto
Workers representatives to keep

thr . noses out of here

National leaders of the other
unions involved are studying oos-

sible educational" action. Such
men as the Carped' exs' Maurie

Hutcheson, whose Mississippi lo

cals .are active in the secessionist

group, believe it can be worked

out quietly. ;

There is the belief that whatever

Is done, nothing must happen to
spark running battles which would

make it seem as though pink tea
had been spilled in the old days

of Bloodv Harlan.

Hutcheson's approach, if It is

snccesful, may be followed by
the ret of the labor movement.
He is considering, dispatching a

hiah official to the south -i first

to learn tha details of the Car

penters' role among the secession

ists and then to talk it out with
them' privately In an effort to

avert a public split.

That might side-track the chance

of Ditched battles. Then, in a xaim

er atmosphere, as unionists they

could decide that neither iri

should participate in the conflict
while it is being settled in the

political arena.

This at least would keep union
brother from fighting union


j a-fc."!



An Aussie Irishman

ZENAG. New Guinea You

might say it was like meeting Col

umbus Columbus in his middle
SO's, with a pretty wife and four
lovely kids and the' greatest viewi
in the Highlands of New. Guinea;
Columbus sitting serenely over
teacups and scones, white-haired

and happy in the land he found. I
This is an Australian Irishman!

named Mick Leahy, who discov-j
ered the promised land, a Shangri Shangri-la,
la, Shangri-la, no longer ago than when I was

a junior in college in 193J. He

found the Highlands, a land of

green-grassed mountains and lof lofty
ty lofty trees, and valleys so soft and
sweetly rich that Shangri-la is the
only applicable name for them.
He found people, too people
that were not supposed to exist.
He found half a million people,
more than half the population of
both 'New Guinea and Papua
and nobody even fctoew they were
thereJ- : V :
In W days I met M'kR Leahy,
his brother, Jim, and Jim Taylor
as well, which is exactly, in this
day and age, like meeting Colum Columbus,
bus, Columbus, Vasco de Gama, and Balboa.
. And I met the first woman, to
walk all the way from Salamaua
to Wau, when the gold rush start start-Id
Id start-Id at Edie Creek in 1924 a fair-

skinned, rosy cheeked lady of

great charm Dons Booth, a
former nurse who owns a gold


These are mighty folk, all, prop

er pioneers of our time. They are
people whose reckless vision could

change a world, oeoause rew uui

nea is going to play an enormous
part in the affairs of the Southern1

Hemisphere, and the Eastern

world, in general. i
The Japs want New Guinea, and

so do the Indonesians. The Chin

ese would love to have it. and

right now the United Nations, the
Australians and the Dutch have
got it.

I have been staying with a for former
mer former district commissioner, Ian

Downs. He is such a mighty man
in a township only about four years
old that the natives and I am
serious really believe that Dec.
25, with its ceremonial celebra celebration
tion celebration of Christmas, is in honor of
Downs' birthday.

Jesus is only missionary talk to

the Gahuka-Gam, but Ian Downs
is concrete. He built them roads

and administered stern justice,

great sympathy and understand

ing- As district commissioner, ne
made a new world for natives,
fresh from the Stone Age, in the
Goroka area where a black man
is a full man alongside the white
man, to the mutual advantage of
Mick Leahy has a fine ranch
now. His brother, Jim, grows cof coffee,
fee, coffee, cattle and geese in Goroka,
a brand-new countrywide which
looks like Switzerland. Jim. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor now has t coffee-plantation in
Goroka, and so does Ian Downs.
The Leahys and Taylor found
this brave new land, and Downs
adapted it to the present. There
will be more about all of them,
but this is mainly about Mick


On the prowl for new gold in

New Guinea, he found none. But
he literally walked out of the sky
into a land no white maa had ever
seen the fertile valleys of Bena
Bena and Wahgi and Goroka, the

vast mountain which bears nis
name, and Mt. Hagen, the moun mountain
tain mountain on which his brother, Dan,

lives and people. People who

wore plumes and pig tusks, used
stone axes, practiced cannibalism,
and decorated their footpaths with

formal flower arrangements.

Mick has a deaf ear from a
blow from a Stone-Age club. He
once had to tell Dan Leahy, in
the middle of. a spot of bother

with the savage Kukukukus:

"We have to make up our minds

whether we are subjects for au

topsy or hanging. I'd rather risk

hanging, because we're still alive

'Ul they bang us."

So they broke out the rifles and
shot guns and went into action.
Mick today sits on his broad

veranda, looks at his mountains
and contemplates') his cattle and
fruit trees. He plays with his kids

and has almost forgotten the sur surprise
prise surprise .raids of howling natives, the
showers of arrows and the sharp

cracks of magic things called guns,
which killed at great distance.
Mick Leahy, the original "Red
Stranger," Is just as much a man
from the sky as the fictional fel

low who found Shangri-la, and he

is well alive, robust and hearty, in

these our times. And so, to a great

.'.3 usnrao:.

- e.

. f l 1 f I It r


VS .sfgata ol Ito eotire ,,mV, "f"

miuMi emuassy siau in tairo in Anvwav thp rpmifm
an effort to track down a Russian fgins 7s' brold vh JZ
agent believed to have been eoI-lL iJhe 2f!

laborating with one of the two Brit British
ish British spies, Donald MacLean, who's
now behind the Iron Curtain.

The investigation came about as
a result of a coded letter from
Louisville, Ky., that slipped out of
a book in the embassy library.
The incident is taken so seriously
that American intelligence agents
have been brought into the case.
What happened was that the
British librarian, a girl, and an
American visitor in Cairo discov discovered
ered discovered the strange letter in a copy
of one of Lord Cromer's books.
The letter fell out when the book
was opened for checking some ref reference
erence reference material late last Novem November.
ber. November.
The letter, sent from Louisville,
was date June. 1951, and is be believed
lieved believed to have been placed in the
book by an agent to be picked up

from the book by another agent.

The utter read in part:

servea or undeserved, and hi.

young colleague from Massachu Massachusetts,
setts, Massachusetts, Sen. Jack Kennedv, isn't
doing much to improve it. Kennedy
is Jokingly telling how Green, an
ardent Democrat, got out of a
taxi in front of the Senate office
building after telling the taxi driv driver
er driver what a great man Eisenhower
"We've got to re-elect the Re Republicans,"
publicans," Republicans," said ar-dent Democrat
Green, taking the exact change
no tip out of his purse. "Re "Remember,
member, "Remember, vote for Eisenhower."
The taxi driver glowered and
drove off cursing the Republicans.
Some of the American editorial
writers who staged a crusade over
suppression of La Prensa in Ar Argentina
gentina Argentina have been quiet over a

much worse situation in Colombia"

has been closed by Colombian pres president
ident president Gustavo Rojas Pinilla.

Here is the roll call of his sup-

As lam writing, the news otiilZTLll

Donald s disappearance is coming
over the air. . .He must be given
- i v LJ : j i u

time to howl. .Donald Is very ri A vnrttmnrt
cautious about David's replacement .?1 2. !ForemoM Mwapa-.

chap and hasn't decided what he.P" 7 hDJf, "5
is like. . .Am sending over for FnrPes'?Lf ?vlVnpb"nn0S.efd
m,..,. ..,k .,ni,n D..n,rAnaa or approximately nine months af-

. Tt Z.,t T.,v. Tniu iter it criticized President Rojas.
a lot about Guys and Dolls. t..kii. ., j t
t-. .k..i u.;.,u LS Republica owned by ex.

Ever hear about a British Con

sular man named Tyrell? ... .1
bought two shirts and some towels
off him in a Cincinnati store."

American agents believe the let

ter was a coded message between
two Communist agents reporting
on MacLean.. They also believe
there have been serious leaks in

the British embassy.
Every book in the library has

now been punea down ana

searched to see if any more let-i

ters can be found. The TBI has

been involved in the check, and ef efforts
forts efforts have been made to locate
the person who mailed the letter

iirom' Louisville. This, however, is

like looking for a needle In a hay haystack.
stack. haystack. NIXON LABOR TROUBLES
The NixoiV family won the bat battle
tle battle but may have lost the war,
as far as union orgainization of the
Nixon family drive-in, market,
bakery, etc., are concerned.
The vice president's family re recently
cently recently have been experiencing la labor
bor labor problems in their now rather
ramified collection Of Testaurants,
markets, etc., at Whittier, Calif.
This has now grown from a country

store where the elder Nixon worked

with the vice president's brotbfrJ, attest the pp-

" As a resulC various A

President Osplna Perez, was closed

after it wrote an editorial criticiz criticizing
ing criticizing the police and army for forc forcing
ing forcing audiences to stay at movie
theatres and watch official news news-reels.
reels. news-reels.
El Espectador and Diario Gra Gra-fico
fico Gra-fico were suddenly given ficti fictitious
tious fictitious fines of 750,000 and 85,000
pesos, respectively, on trumped-up
charges of back income taxes.
' El Colombiano of Medelliit was
shut down after publishing 55 years,
a long time in Colombia.
Meanwhile, Dr. Alberto Xlcras,
former secretary general of the
Pan American Union in Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, ha given a real challenge to
President Rojas by publishing a
series of articles criticizing abuses
of the nation's tax money and
charging that the President took
a 250,000 peso advance on his sal salary.
ary. salary. Dr. Lleras was immediately
shot at five times at the country
club, but so far has survived.
Meanwhile, the reason for the res resignation
ignation resignation of another courageous Co Colombian,
lombian, Colombian, Dr. Eduardo Zuleta Angel,
ex-Colombian ambassador in Wash Wash-ineton,
ineton, Wash-ineton, has become clear.
Two hundred prominent ladies
in Bogota endeavored to call on

President Rjoas at tne presmeniiai



Mick was, a former arm boy, extent are the cavemen he found

who was a' railroad clerk; who; on New Year's Day, 1933, when I
was a gold prospector with a lot of i had just recently flunked a math

courage and a nervous foot. 'exam

ge and a

Walter Winchell InMewYoru

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MEMOS OF A GIRL FRIDAY the coast in a big way. .Jayne. Despite all the stories. Ebbets

Mansfield, who rarely, avoids a 'Field hasnt been sold and wont


- m

Don't sit and wait
for "Lady luck"
Go and meet her .

It's a "musf for J
effective selling

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Dear WW: The MGM discussions

are set for Monday in Hollywood.

Sounds exciting. Right up your al alley.
ley. alley. .Judy Holliday and her hus husband
band husband are on the verge of making
their dirge public. She will an

nounce it. .Fhyuis Mcuuire, wno
paid all costs and damages to
have her estranged husband's

trouble (with the cameraman he

slugged) settiea out oi coun, is
planning no divorce at this time.

Rut a handsome aenusi wisnes

she would. .The Dept. of State

ia in a dither trvins to decide who

should represent Grace's Uncle

Sam at her wedding. .Steve Al

len read your paragraph on Fred

Allen on the rxomgni program

There's a Lillian notn liquor

store on L.I. . .Remember how
long ago you said Anna Magnani

would win the uscar?

Nat King Cole has news for
U.S. acts booked for Havana night
clubs. He just played there. The
King says Cubans pay only a nine nine-cent
cent nine-cent tax. But U.S. entertainers
are clipped for 22 per cent, which
the bookers never warn them
about. And the 22 p.c isn't de:
ductible from their taxes here. .
Martha Raye says Ed Begley (her
5th husband), who is su!nS f5r
Hivnrro cannot SCrVB her Ul N.Y.

Hvfmm Ansonia. Conn, and she

dwells in Westport. She tells me
she's the lonlicst gal in town.
The Stantey Theatre which played

nniu Moscnw-maae movies, nas

Various AfL-Llu Aith fira hnM.

mirwT. Ai theladies was the mother

r a' ..ii of ambassador Zuie a.

the Joint board ot resutarant. em

ployees.- However, the in i x o n s
claim a company union, "The In Independent
dependent Independent Employees of Southern
California,'' with headquarters list listed
ed listed at the Nixon establishment at

Whittier. . ; V
Finally, an election Was held

last week to decide the labor, fate

of the Nixon coffee shop, bakery,
locker plant, drive-in, resturant.
and market. Though past company
union meetings had been poorly

attended usually about 10 or 12

a total of 82 turned but to vote
for the company union. The AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO turned out 45.
Thin mav be cood for the Nixon

family, but the long-run political
results may not be so good for

tne mxon Doy wno lives in wusn


uVriirin't like having his mother

drenched by the man he served
in Washington, and resigned.
tlimilfon Girad Staled
To Give Main Address
CLINTON, N. Y.-CUP)- Ham Hamilton
ilton Hamilton College will look to its own
graduating class this year for a
commencement speaker.
President Dr. Robert W. Mc Mc-Ewen
Ewen Mc-Ewen said "we feel it is most ap appropriate
propriate appropriate for a student to deliver
the main address on his last day
as an undergraduate.

'"The" college has every expecta expectation
tion expectation that the quality of the student
talk will match that which we
have had from our outside speak-

Deliehtful Sen. Theodore Francis ers," he added.

Green of Rhode island is the old

est man In Congress, one of the

A list of prospective speakers

camera, refused. to pose for a shot
that i n c 1 u d.ej Dagmar, Betty

ueorge ana Meg wyies.
The "Hatful of Rain" i author
(Mike Gazzo) is enjoying the
breaks. His first play is a big
click and he may get a large role
in "Full of Life" which Columbia
Pictures is casting now. Mike hap
pened to walk into that studio the
other day to visit friends and some someone
one someone decided he was just the type
. .United Artists will run 2-page
adverts on "Alexander the Great"
In every paper in a dozen major
cities. First time any movie firm
did that. .A Cleveland paper cen censored
sored censored leading lady Claire Bloom's
charms in an ad there last week.
Thawt her legs and bust were
too ahem for Clevelanders, so they
covered them. S

Grace Kelly promised her prince
(before he departed) that she
would not smoke, drink or dance
until she saw him again. .At a
Hollywood party Danny Kaye
(seated alongside Grace) asked
for a dance. .She told him of her
pledge, ."0, come on now,". Said
Danny unbelievingly, "this is Sil Silly"
ly" Silly" . .He left her and phoned
Rainier in N.Y. Danny told him
Grace wouldn't dance with him
and what the hell? .Hi sHigh sHigh-ness
ness sHigh-ness waved his wand and told
Danny it was okay with him. .
When Kaye reported back to Grace
shB said: '"I hone vou are not kid-

been torn down; uuuaozers are dmg me because I wouldn't warn

clcaringvtho mess. to hurt him for the worm. Ana

, she danced.

Hal Humphrey, reminiscing

about Fred Allen, said' that Fred
shuddered at the radio-teevee rat raters
ers raters "They make their living on

trouble," Fred moaned, ".fttier an
the air. Hooper once

made a few hundred phone calls
and reported I was through" .
Hal also says Fred tut-tutted
ou-arHa "I )t a Peabody Award

ona.4-earandJLP'?sn't. on the air
that season" . .Conrad Hilton

iart better watch OUu Mary Pick

ford is going into the hotel biz on

TtCA-Victor is trying to get Blng

Crosbv to sien a recording deal by

offering him, among other things,

a guarantee ot ?ioo,uw yeany, no
matter how much or how little Bing
sings during the year. .The late
Wm. Woodward. Jr.'s fancy white

sports car is now offered at a low
fee. He's the sportsman whose

wife accidentallv shot him dead

the family, which 'sold Ifashua,

want to dispose of everything he
owned, to forget the tragedy.

be until Dodger boss O'Malley

gets his new stadium in Brook

lyn and no place else. '.It's a
boy for the Daily Mirror's Glenn

Nevilles. At N.Y. Hosp.

Roz Russell says her next star starrer,
rer, starrer, "Auntie Mame" (due on
B'wav in Nov.). has an advance

of over $1,400,000 among brokers

and theater-party agents. This is
amazing, considering Roz saw the

first draft of the best-seller only
this week. .Mae West, who head headlines
lines headlines the Latin Quarter again start starting
ing starting April 19th, got her fame' as a

"sinful woman. Very few know

she gives a sizeable amount of

the loot to a church out west

The Bronx district attorney's of

fice can't figure oui, why the Flor Florida
ida Florida police won't dig up Willie Pep.

They want his -statement on what
he knows (if anything) on the Ma-

cri murder. Florida cops said they

can't find him. He just won
fight in Tampa. V. '.

Despite the snickering rumors,

Vivien Leigh insists it was her
idea that husband Sir Laurence
eo-star with Marilyn. In fact, she
adds, she invited Miss Monroe to
be their house guest when they
make the film in London. .Re .Remember
member .Remember the dance team of Doro

thy and Gilbert? They starred in

the ton hote s. Gilbert is now on

the board of directors of Jupiter

Oils, Ltd. Dorothy is his wile. .
Their friends say Doe Avedon, the

beauteous one, win next wea movie
nd stapp star Viveca Lindfor's

former husband, teevee, director

rnn Riottpl Actor Cliti liooen

son and Kim Stanley seemeu 10
be very cozy at Chateau-Madrid
. .Frank Parker of the Godfrey
program has a new distraction.
She is Pony Sherrell, Vegas show show-gel.
gel. show-gel. '', ;'-:
Former ambassador Douglas'
daughter S h a r m a n does a big
burn whenever the colyums say
h is looking for a titled English
husband. "Just shorten that, she
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wealthiest, also hat the reputation will tie submitted to a committee
of being one of the stingiest. The of faculty members, and then tha

latter isn't true, but results from entire faculty win vote on a se se-the
the se-the fact that Green walks to work lection.

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49 Measure of
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PARIS (NEA) The ques question
tion question whether smoking during a
meal is an insult to one's host as
well as a display of complete ab absence
sence absence of gastronomicai "savoir
faire" is again firing up a violent
controversy with French goar goar-mets.
mets. goar-mets. This time it's because in a re recent
cent recent issue of a publication called
"The Cuisine and Wines of
France" the issue was 'raised by
no less a person than- 83-year-old
Curnonsky, a gourment with no
first name who is uncontested
prince of gastronomes.
"I proclaim, he wrote, "that to tobacco
bacco tobacco is the finishing touch, the a a-potheosis
potheosis a-potheosis of a good meaL There
is nothing more satisfying that to
indulge in a good smoke, elbows,
on the table, in the dining-room
where one has Inst ratpn a aiinwhi

, According to Paris-Presse, Cur Curnonsky
nonsky Curnonsky has been an inveterate
smoker for the last 65 years. He
mokes everything cigars, cig cigarettes,
arettes, cigarettes, even a pipe. But he does
make one reservation smoking
should only be allowed with the
coffee and naturally after the
But Countess Marie de Tou-


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f As for Robert Courtine, who is

a command oi.the Cordons Eleus
of Dtion. home of castrnnomv i

well as, a disciple of Curnonsky,
when asked for his opinion on the

controversial matter, he made a
gesture of despair and said:
" "Not lone aeo two Amerirane

came to ask me whether it would
not be possible to designate the

orana of cigarette to be smoked
with certain dishes, as is done for
wines. Imagine!" ..

He stormed off in a cloud of

smoke from flaming brandy, not

tigait-ucs. ......

louse-Lautrec, blue ribbon cook
and consultant to the coman'si
weekly "F.I.I.p vi.a.m.t pn

Evenbodv known that

never dreams of lighting up a cig cigar
ar cigar or cigarette before the cheese
After aome moments of reflec reflection
tion reflection she added: "To amoke at the
dinner table anyway is bad man manners.
ners. manners. Personally I find these 'bis-;
trot' habits most displeasing."
Another eminent gastroneme
and a follower of Curnonsky, Ed-1

ouard de Pomiane, went further.
"At the dinner table it is usually
the women who start smoking.
What is more they generally use
too much perfume, which just as
disagreeble as cigarette smoke so
far as the enjoyment of a dish is
concerned," he muttered.
Maurice Carrere, who presides
over the destinies of the world-famous
restaurant Maxim's, is defi definitely
nitely definitely anti-smoking. He would like
to see the revival of the "smoking-room"
of old.

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.The trouble with having to
l-sten to most toll toles Is thot
Y oren t short enouah. mmt

When Vnn retiim hnmftir vi.

itin? a citv whr friend nf vnur

hostess entertained you it is gra gracious
cious gracious to write each hostess a note
of appreciation.
It nH nnlv Ka chart rtntA

it will show that you really did

appreciate ine things mat were
done for you.

OCDEN tftah HTP Alirin

atauuer returnea nome to una an
afternoon burglar had entered the
hmiSJt taken fnnr shirtc iwn naira

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of pants, a suit, and had cracked

open a piggy Dans ior a naui ot

i.ou. aiauner, puzziea mat tne
.yegg met no opposition from the

lamuy aog, aiscoverea we iniet

I apparently nao. lasen me aog, too.

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Kiosco Panama (al lado del Gimnasio)
Cia. Panatnena de Tabaco (Rio Abajo)
Muebleria Eduardo Casa Felicidad

Voz del Tropico
Henry Simmons Q.
AtTicultor Chiricano
Carl Friesse tt Co.

Botica Angelica

Casa Espino


, i f
Jlmy dpixli corns bsdteh

led a small diamond toward

Jim saw his chance and took
fall advantage of it. He playei tee
jack of diamonds! This made South
ail the surer that Jim led from

both nonors and was now "split "splitting
ting "splitting his equals."
Hence South played low from
the dummy. Jim now led his last

diamond, and South confidently fi finessed
nessed finessed dummy's ten. This allowed

I ''e to win with the queen. Sc :
! neu-r sot a second diatpfmrf t--.

and never got to dummy for a
tiub finesse.
We wound up settm? the con contract
tract contract three tricks, easily wiunr?
the board. If we hadn't" mana,!

(to hornswogsle declarer in the
; diamond suit. South would have

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and a spade, fulfilling his double


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Wert Nerlli East
Pass Past Double
Past Pass

Opening lead 3

. Earlier this week we learned the
danger of rennnom'no n r,

... --r-r-.fc vx, OUOU1LIUU
when the opening bid of one no
trump is passed around. Here's a
hand in whirh i u!

same dangerous action. It helped

ovu aim ana me win a national
championshin a emmU nt mnnk.

aeo. but we hnth Irn.ui ..,

ou thin ice. i
When one no-trump was passed
around to me, I hated to pass!
the East hand, hut I Tv ,.,.

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to rely solely on a bid of two

spiaes. nence i tried a dangerous;

uuuuio. I
Jim opened the three of dia-i

monas irom tfte West hand, hoping
that I would be able to lead
hearts through declarer. Declarer
Played the seven from dummy, and

iMBjcq. me eignt witnout the
llhtest hfsitHnn

SOUth WOn With tha a n W,'.

monas ana now had the impres impression
sion impression that Jim hurl loH frnm

. ouiuc
comDination headed by queen-jack
He didn't know the club situation,
but he thought that he.knew what
was what in diamonds. Hence he

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DECORATED Rep. Barratt
O'Hara (D-IJ1), 73, only Spanish-American
War veteran re regaining
gaining regaining In the House, has been
awarded Cuba'a highest mili-
tary honor. He received the
Order of Military Merit With
Distinction, becoming the first
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Here s one woman's answer to a
recent column nf mm ...i-j:..

women th.t S.T.-.wVl'SS"

today isn t how to eep usband ;

V .r eep nusoand alive.
in it I nnintorl m, k. .-..i

. -- r' vui me trying
netl fat- umraa .l

husbands to keep in good physical
condition, to give them well-'
balanced meals, to get them to

na.u weir weignt, etc. i
SaV the tr,tortJ J I

tioned ahnvo-

.f'lleB. tre like labies. You can't
tram them on what a doctor says

ui niiL vim rcann in hAnb-a v...

just can't train them, period,
"For 20-odd years I have been

" tllu m. give my nusDand well well-Dalancen
Dalancen well-Dalancen faf.froo n.ii. aj -i

he keeps gaining weight while my

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"My husband doesn't gain Weight
on the meals I aerv him Tt. u.

lunches he eats away from home
and the snacks he prepares for
himself between meals and in the
evening while watching TV. ; lie
leaves the living room for the
kitchen at least three or four times
every evening; If I don't 'feed the
brute' th hriita fa4 hlm.oK


inat is just on of the many
letters I have received from wives
Who want tn mini thai k...k..j..

health but trot no 4nnniratirn iam

the men.

The Big Question For Husbands

- m""""u iui Hus Husbands:
bands: Husbands: Are you shortening your
own life in spite of all your wife

ia vrymg io ao 10 protect you?
Do you shrug off her suggestion
that vnn miffhi tn hur.

a tiiiiiuime
physical checkup? Do you supple-

juciii auojuaie meats witn latten latten-me
me latten-me snacks? Do vou fhsist tht n

cant get. away for a vacation
because vnur hnsinooo i

. WUiUU t KCl
along without you?
Do VOU kid vnurenlf ki

have as- much strength and endur endurance
ance endurance at 40 or 50 as you had at 20?
Are you too vain to admit to your yourself
self yourself that vnn r "imum j

that the time has come to slow

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" Jan's Up On Bridey; Finds
: Past Life On Ouija Board

NEA Staff Correspondent

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Inmn full.flpdsed member of the

Greenwich, Conn., Volunteer Fire
Department and, as such, has been

o,-i,if railed nut on more than one

Murphy, meet Jan Sterling. While' micdle-of-the-night blaze.

Bride, urpnyfw .. u; M ,f

. wmgBypnoss. ov --"-J, ;: .".,, Lollipop. Mi. now

lOuno ner previous Y ?, t V. .rui....r. f "Th
. hot session on a ouij.-. -IrL'u -fVtfr!lr,--2r

"I reallv don t know wnai io pe mi - j
lieve"bout this says the blonde bar- best part to date and the
ictres" "Butl do know it was Culmination ef an ace.d.ntal ea-
VeWeird'Mt good word for it'sh.'. a Hollywood fliri who hJ
The Wa board told her that, in' no acting ambition,. So sht am.
1752 she wm London girl named to Now York 9tt iw.y from rh
pWoSw married to Ned Hollywood atmosph.rt. Sh. mar mar-Cro'we
Cro'we mar-Cro'we NeTcrowe TiUed himself ritd on actor, Aloxandor Scourby,

-that tat way ou. r"r' ni.. d w.. back in

it. Before ws r;.7,W i and all h.r

old Ned had Mipra, ,tin-

Tyinrlna I Tver a DSDer jau bj j


spill, town iHt.
i San Misuel Islanc

of Southern

the never heard of, but which sub-

Sho took actina lossona for

zne never u.u . Ba ,rt on a aoap

sequent researcn aiscoverea ouiui-'"- m.wb"-
iTexistl J. London between 1720 opor- Stop t. Hhj

n4l76- to b.; movi. star.

Th HHo Meurtion into Jans


past was sandwiched in-bttwoon
discussions of hr equally fasci fascinating
nating fascinating present. Tha life of Jan
Starling (195 modal) is full of
happy details like fudge and bar
4Vvmonth-old ton, Adams Douglas.
Jan it married to Paul Douglas,
the brilliant actor.
"Vv lust com from the Wom

en s Exc&ange," sne iaia., wnere
I stuffed myself with fudge. I ate
so muck I'm akk, Did you ever eat
their fudge? Delicious, but prac practically
tically practically all augar. Must be 800
eortes a piece."
While discoursing on fudge, she
was showing a folder of pictures
'of Adams to everybody including
two actors at the next table in
Sardi's. Tom Ewoll and Karl Mat;
ion.' They were satisfactorily ad ad-ininng.
ininng. ad-ininng.
She put the pictures back in her
pallet and talked about the big
change in her career. She's a nice
girl these days. This, after years
of playing loose, looser and loosest
vomen. A.
"It was lough making the
Bwitch," she said. "I keep getting
calls to play strip-teasers, call
girls, everything but nice, home home-loving
loving home-loving wives."
So she jumped at the chance to
niav a nice, home-loving wife

.ohieh ; nrottv much what she is

in "The Harder They Fall." She s
married in that one to nice, home home-loving
loving home-loving Humphrey Bogart. She
thinkt this la one of the best
pictures she's ever been m. She s
also a nic girl in "1984."
She really hasn't any idea if she
was nica or not, in 1752.

In a roundabout way, hart's

somo Information about President
Elsenhower's favorite songs. It
mt ho't planning to go to tha
Horoonbrior Hotel and hisyaldts
notified tho Greenbrier' f band band-"
" band-" Itader, Ctorgo Cardinl, to ply
- "n.i.k t. M. Onlv With Thin.

Z yot" and "Down Among tho
Sheltering Palma" during tha p.r.s

idtntial visit. ., 1
Who's Doing WhatJulius La La-Rosa
Rosa La-Rosa i Ha s teaching his fiancee,
, Uavw in nlav Chess. It

'-ought to be a dandy honeymoon.
Perry Comos He's facing a. tough
problem-tha longest vacation in
his Ufe. He'U be off for e weeks.
... iri.. Mimtin She'll have

anomer snowm
in tha spring. To Kim, painting

comes easel-y.

Elaino Malbin, the star of TV
and opera, was posing for pub publicity
licity publicity pictures. Ever eager, the
photographer asked ber to rais
her dress and show her knees.
"What for?" asked Elaine
"We need some more art," an answered
swered answered the photographer.

i "In that case, sne saw, wy

don't you take

vocal cords?

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Film starlet Lorl Nelson has
been named 1956 "Buddy Pop Poppy"
py" Poppy" Girl by the Veterans of
Foreign Wars, She's shown in
Hollywood, Calif., holding 'a
basketful of posies that will be
offered during the campaign in

A contribution c-'ainer

Faltering Philip1.

Philip's life is filled WHS bruises.

Well-worn steps nd rags ha oea.
Repairs would lem Us bone like new-

A. Classifieds, fnat the rlrbt eioef

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ROYAL ANNOUNCEMENTS MaryseyDemlchells, an employe
of the Monaco National Printing Shop, Is helping to prepare
the packing of 5,000 wedding anonuncements. They're be mail mailed
ed mailed for the royal ceremony joining Prince Rainier III and
- actress Grace Kelly in marriage April 19.

MR.' AND MRS. LUIS MIGUEL DOMINGUIN stop for refreshments at the Coffee Shop of
the El Panama Hotel Tuesday evening. Mr. Domlnguin Is the top flight bull fighter who
thrilled Isthmians with his performance at the Macarena. Panama's bull ring, a few weeks
ago. Mrs. Domlnguin Is the well known Italian movie star, Lucia Bose.

The Foreign Minister of Panama, Alberto Boyd, gave a
luncheon recently at the El Panama Hotel in honor of the
Panamanian Ambassador to Washington, J. J. Vallarino, who
has been visiting Panama for a few days.
Those at the luncheon were Dr. J. J. Vallarino, .Deputy
Aquilino Boyd, Mr. Tomas Gabriel Duque, Mr. Juan Galindo
and Mr. J.J. Vallarino, Jr.

Easter Week In El Vlle

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mallory and
family are spending Easter Week
in El Valle as the house guests of

Captain and Mrs. F. Weade.
Wedding Anniversary

Mr. -and Mrs. Richard Bilonick
are celebrating a wedding anni

versary today.
American Consulate Tea

Mrs. A. H. B. Perkins, wife of

the British Consul in Colon was
honored with a.tea by Mrs. Rob Robert
ert Robert W. Weise, Jr., wife of the Amer

ican Consul in .Colon recently. The

tea was attended by the ladies, of

the Consular Corps of colon.

Mrs. PerkinWaf he leivfng soon

for Greece where ber husband has
been assigned "Consul to Athens.
Vacationint At Santa Oara

' Mr. and Mrs. Henry LeisjT of

Diablo are spending Easter vaca vacations
tions vacations at Santa Clara Beach.
Mr. And Mrs. Charles F, Kline
An informal barbecue was held
Sunday night at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles F. Kline at
Golf1 Heights in honor of Mrs.
Kline's aunt. Miss Henriette Ei Ei-aemana
aemana Ei-aemana who is visiting in Pana Pana-.
. Pana-. ma.-' .:.
In Boquete.
Dr. and Mrs. Guillermo Chap Chapman
man Chapman and their children are spend spending
ing spending a few days in Boquete.
In Costa Rica
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lewis have
left for San Jose, Costa Rica for
a few days.
V.F.W. Post 3835 To Hold -Benefit
V.F.W. Post 3835 announced it
will hold a Benefit Dance on Sat Sat-.
. Sat-. urday, April 7, starting at 9 p.m.
The dance will be for the benefit
of Canal Zone charitable organiza organizations.
tions. organizations. Music for the affair will be fur furbished
bished furbished by the Eddie Edwards
Quartette with surprise appear appearances
ances appearances of some of the top talent of
the Isthmus.
' Next Thursday afternoon and
evening the Committees for the
Atlantic side Art Exhibit will en enter
ter enter pictures for the Show which
opens at 2:00 p.m. Saturday at the
Cristobal Red Cross 'Lounge.
Heading the Newcomers com committee
mittee committee on arrangements is Mrs.
Nathan Fuller assited by M r s.
John L. Sugar and Mrs. Howell
' Wynne; Mrs. Lorenz Gerspach
will have charge of decorations,
Mark Sugar, recordings, Mr. -Hugh
Linn, lights; Mrs. David' B el 1
tosters, which are seen a bout
twn. The attractive posters
were designed by Mrs. Bell. Hugh
Linn assisted in painting them.
MrSi John Snodgrass will be' in
charge of the Reception the New Newcomer's
comer's Newcomer's Club, will give for the ex exhibiting
hibiting exhibiting artists and Mrs. John
Greening is Chairman for the Artists.-
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There will be a great variety of
pictures for the public to view.
Some of the artists have had ex extensive
tensive extensive training, studying in the
States, London, France, and Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, with some of the very fin finest
est finest teachers of art and at the fin finest
est finest of Art Schools.
The idea of an Atlantic side Art
show was the brain child of the
founder of the Newcomer's Club,
.Mrs. John L. Sugar of Margarita.
Many of the Newcomers had
missed the Art Shows of all Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Art Club members, and their
children missed the trips to mu museums
seums museums in the States, so the idea
was that the Atlantic side artists
might solve the problem. Mrs.
John Greening was ready to
help, as were all those exhibiting

in me snow, once more snowing

.meuna. cooperauve.pirifr-of old

er residents to help the newcom newcomer
er newcomer be happy in new surroundings.

Artists will assist the club mem members
bers members in hosting the exhibition at
each showing. Morning hours are
reserved for the school children.
The public will view the exhibit
from 2-4 in the afternoon and 7-9
in the evening. There will be no
admission charge.

Artists as hosts will be M e s-

dames Inga Prier, John Greening,
R. D. Armstrong, Eleanor Blen-

nerhassett. Lea Lane. Floyd Mc-

Dermott, Eunice Delvalle, W. R.
Reeves, David Bell, Victor Clarke
and Hugh Linn.
For the Newcomers Mesdames
John Sugar. Howell Wynne,' James

Johnson, Orville Jones, Richard
Hocan. Lorenz Gersnaeh, J o h n

SnoJrass A. Lu.VilderC- Lar Larson,
son, Larson, James WalshllenriTTryncr,
Robert Weise Jr, Kd. Donohoe,
Walter Goggins, C W. Langdorf,
Kenneth Hamcr,. Shirley Blair and
Betty Le Doux.

The reception committee fill be
Mesdames Harry McGinness1, Mos

es Hartman. D. E. Grier. woman

Hutchinson, Ralph Dials, Jon
Campbell William Stanford, Le-

Roy Gilbert, Mrs. J. L. Sugar,
Mrs. John Snodgrass chairman.
Robert MacSparran Initalltd In
Hiqht Office in DeMoliy

Robert W. MacSparran, Master

Councilor, and other officers who
will serve with him, were install installed
ed installed at an open meeting of Atlantic
Chapter, Order, of DeMolay on
Tuesday evening. The ceremony
took place a the Cristobal Mason Masonic
ic Masonic Temple in the presence of more
than one hundred twenty -.five
members, parents and friends -of
DeMolay. : .
Jay A. Cunningham, who had
completed his term as Master
Counselor was the Installing offi officer
cer officer and was assisted by Irl R.
Sanders, P.M.C, as Senior Coun'
selor; Ralph E. Malcolm Jr., P.
M.C., as Junior Counselor; Leslie
W. Croft, P.M.C, as Senior Dea Deacon;
con; Deacon; Rev. Milton A. Cookson as
Chaplain; Harvey S. Gullickson as
Sentinel; John F. Thomas, P.M.C.,
as Marshal and Miss Grace Argo
as Organist.
As the officers entered the Chap Chapter
ter Chapter room for their installation they
escorted officers and members
of Cristobal Assembly No. 2, Or Order
der Order of the Rainbow for Girls,
dressed in white formals and
wearing wrist corsages of orchids.
The officers for the new term
are Robert W. MacSparran, Mas Master
ter Master Counselor, who escorted Don

na J. Humphrey, Worthy Advisor

of Cristobal Assembly; Lemoine

E. Werlain, Senior Counselor, who
entered with Patricia Leach; Bar

ry L. Davison, Junior Counselor,
with Edithann Eckhoff, John A.
Willoughby, Scribe-Treasurer, with
Terry Louis; Mark C. Sugar, Sen Senior
ior Senior Deacon, with Shirley Keepers;
Philip S'. Hadarits, Junior Deacon,
with Rosalie Radel; David S.
Stanley, Senior Steward, with Lun-

da Geyer; Raymond C. Croft, Jun Junior
ior Junior Steward, with Colleen Salter;
Ralph W. Boggs, Chaplain, with
Sandra Hughes; William P. Fus Fus-selmah,
selmah, Fus-selmah, Marshal, with Sandra
Jones; William C. Lawrence, Stan Standard
dard Standard Bearer, with Linda Cunning Cunningham;
ham; Cunningham; Theodore J. Herman, Orat Orator,
or, Orator, with Rachel Radel; Jon P.
McGraw, First Preceptor, with
Huey Lee; Ernest A. Stiebritz,
Second Preceptor, with Bonnie
Smith; Joseph H. White, Third Pre Preceptor,
ceptor, Preceptor, with Judy Griffon; Lester
A. Bailey, Fourth Preceptor, with
Jeanette Swicegood; William J.
Bird, Fifth Preceptor, with Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Engelke; Irl R. Sanders
III, Sixth Preceptor, with Fay
Wray; Jackie D. Bedwell, Sev Seventh
enth Seventh Preceptor, with .Janet Swice Swicegood
good Swicegood and Thomas E. Sellers, Sen Sentinel,
tinel, Sentinel, with Nancy Gibson.
Following the installation of the
officers, Rev. Milton A. Cookson,
Rector of The Church of Our
Saviour, and guest speaker of the
evening, gave a most inspiring ad address
dress address on Loyalty. ;
The tradition rose talk; Demo-

lay's tribute to womanhood and

hespecially ; to their mothers, was

given in a most impressive cere ceremony
mony ceremony by the newly installed Mas Master
ter Master Counselor, Robert MacSpar MacSparran.
ran. MacSparran. Upon taking office the new Mas Master
ter Master Counselor was presented a
gavel of native wood, suitable in inscribed,
scribed, inscribed, by his father, Mr. Thom Thom-a's"
a's" Thom-a's" Page, to be used during his
term of office.
The Past Master Councilor's
jewel, a gift from the Chapter,
was presented to the outoing Mas Master
ter Master Counselor, Jay A. Cunning Cunningham,)
ham,) Cunningham,) by the newly installed
Master Counselor as his first offi official
cial official aCt
Special guests at the installation,
escorted to seats in the East in included:
cluded: included: Mr. E. R. Albritton, As Assistant
sistant Assistant Deputy of the Supreme
Council, Order of Demolay in the
Canal Zone; Mr. David S. Mcll Mcll-henny.
henny. Mcll-henny. Chapter Advisor; Mr. Wm.
B. Wray, Advosory Council Scribe;
Mrs. Charles W. Hammond, Chap Chapter
ter Chapter Dad, Pacific Chapter, Order of
De Molay; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred T.
Marsh, Worthy Patron and Worthy
Matron of Royal Palm Chapter
No. 2, O.E.S., Mrs. Marion
Green, Worthy Matron of Coral
Chapter No. 3, O.E.S.; Rev. Mil Milton
ton Milton A. Cookson, Guest speaker for
the evening; Mr. Wm. A. Hada Hadarits,
rits, Hadarits, Worshipful Master of So Sojourners
journers Sojourners Lodge, A. F. It A. M, ;
Miss Donna J. Humphrey, Worthy
Advisor, Cristobal Rainbow As Assembly;
sembly; Assembly; Mrs. Jean D. Judge,
Mother Advisor of Cristobal Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow Assembly No. 2; Mr. Emmett
W. Argo, Rainbow Daddy; and
Mr. and.Mrs. J, A. Cunningham,
parents of the ougoing i Master
Counselor.. .
? Refreshments were served there
there was music for dancing in the
banquet hall of the Temple follow following
ing following the installation ceremonies.



Etch noW tar Inclusion la thl
Mluma shouU tubmittrd la lype lype-wriltea
wriltea lype-wriltea form and mailed to ane ol
th box aumbers titled daily in "So "Social
cial "Social and OUtmwbc, ar delivered
by aand to the oil ice. Notice at
awetincs cannot be accepted by telephone-

Colon IAWC To Attend Tea
In Honor Of Mrs. Olga de Arias
The members at th Tnlnn ia.

WC have been invited, by the Pa Panama
nama Panama IAWC. la attend i In in

nonor oi me first unv. Mr n.

ga Arias. The tea is to be held at

me ra ranama uotei Wednesday,
at 4:30 p.m. Anyone desiring to at attend
tend attend this tea. nlease rail M I c

Thelma Godwin immediately for

reservations, teiepnone 3-2776.
USO-JWB Ceramics Class


THE Ceramics Class at the USO-

JWB, Balboa, will be cancelled for

mis evening.
Classes will be resumed next


Rainbow City Civic Council

The Rainbow City Civic Council

will hold its monthly meeting to

night in the High School study hall

at 7:30 p.m.

Aside from report on the recent

shirt-sleeve conference with the

Canal administration, a general re

port will be given on the recently

completed clean-up campaign in the

various sections ot Rainbow City.

community-residents are wel

come to attend and present their

problems for consideration of the

A parking meter is about the
only place where a cor con stop
on a dime. eau

Balboa Union Church
Good Friday services will be at
7:30 p.m. when the adult choir will
sing the sacred cantata, "The Sev Seven
en Seven Last Words of Christ," by Du Dubois.
bois. Dubois. Soloists are Mrs. M. T. Smith,
soprano; Paul F. Helton, tenor; an
Edward Black, baritone. Mrs.
George A. Thibodeau, minister of
music, will direct the cantata. Mrs.
A. J. O'Leary is the organist.
Rev. Oscar W. Olsen, pastor, will
preach on the theme, ''Life's Su Supreme
preme Supreme Expression of Faith." Mem Members
bers Members of the pastor's class will be
received into the church, and the
service will conclude with the ob observance
servance observance of the sacrament of the
Lord's Supper.
On Easter Sunday there will be
two identical services at 9 a.m. and
10:30 a.m. At the first service of
Morning Worship the cherub, car carol,
ol, carol, crusaders and adult choirs will
sing. At the second service of morn morning
ing morning Worship the chapel, chorister

and adult choirs will sing.

The special Easter anthenflrwl
include; ."Christ's Holy Morn"

Vulpius, ""Easter Carol" arr.
White. "In Joseph! Lovely Gar-

fif-n" Dickinson, and "That Bles

sed faster MOrn'.v Caldwell.
At both Easter services, the Rev.
Olsen will -preach on the theme,
"Eternal Life Now.'.

siding during the business and initiation.

Plans were discussed for a Chi Chinese
nese Chinese auction to be held following
one of their future meetings with
Patricia Leach, Chairman in

charge of arrangements.

An invitation was received from
Balboa Rainbow Assembly No, 2,
for officers and members with

their escorts to a semi-formal Eas

ter dance to be held Saturday eve-

nig at the Fort Amata Army and
Navv Club. r-f

Plans were completed for obli obligation
gation obligation Sunday, April 8, when all

members of Cristobal Assemmy
will atend the Gatun union Church

in a bodv.

Special guests invited to seats in

the East included Mrs. Alice oun

derson, Mother Advisor of Balboa

Rainbow Assenbly Mo. 20; Miss
Dixie Lee Stoudner, Worthy advis advisor
or advisor of Balboa Assembly; Mrs. Ma

rilyn Marsh. Worthy Matron of

Royal Palm Chapter No, 2, O.E.
S., Mrs. 'Marion Greene, Worthy
Matron of Coral Chapter No. 3,

O.E.S. Mrs. and Mrs. Thomas N,

Page, parents of the candidate,
and Mrs. H. Housel, grandmother

of the candidate.
Other visitors at the meeting in

eluding the following members of
Balboa Assembly No. 2; L i n d a

Longmore, Caroline Z 1 r k m a n,
Christine Huff, Mary L. Smith,

Doris Bleakley, Harriet Gunder
son, Sandra Nelson, Sylvia Johans

son, and Nancy Hughes. Also pres-

Atlantic Sid
Wednesday: Conf anion,
Coco Solito, 6:30 p m.
Coco Solo, 7:30 p.m.
Ft. Davis and Ft. Gulick Confes Confessions
sions Confessions before Thursday masses. j
Haly Thursday
Coco Solo Mass, Procession 5
Ft. Davis Mass, Procession 6:15
Ft. Gulick Mass, Procession 5:30
, Hours of adoration before the
Blessed Sacrament after masses
until midnight.
Good Friday
Coco Solito, Station 2 p.m.
Coco Solo, Stations 3 p.m.
Coco Colo, Mass of the Pre-Sanc-tified
3:30 p.m.
Ft. Davis, Mass 2:45 p.m.

Ft. Gulick, Mass 3 p.m.

Holy Saturday

' Coco Solo, Easter Vigil 10:30
Ft. Davis, Easter Vigil midnight.
Eattar Sunday
Coco Solito, mass 0730. )
Coco Solo, mass 0900.
Ft. Davis, mass 0930.
Ft. Gulick, masses 0830 and 1145.
Jungle Warfare Training Cen Center,
ter, Center, mass at 0730.

ent were Mrs. Helen Beil and Mrs.
J, Palmer Smith.

Mary Bartlatt Circle To Sponsor

Ham Dinntr And Square Dane

The Mary Bartlett Circle of the

Gamboa Union Church is sponsor

ing a Ham Dinner and Square
Dance on Friday, April 6 from 5

to 7 p.m. in the Gamboa Civic
Center building.
Price of the dinner will be $1.35
for adults and .65 for children.
Tickets are being sold now by the
circle members, or may be pur purchased
chased purchased at the door.
v An invitation is extended to the
community and friends all over
the Isthmus to attend this dinner.

37 Injure When
Bridge Collapses
KUMAMOTO, Japan, March 28
(UP) Thirty-seven persons plung plunged
ed plunged 30 feet into a river near here
today when a suspension bridge col collapsed
lapsed collapsed because of a prank by boys
trying to frighten some girl friends.
Nine persons were reported seri seriously
ously seriously injured.

Cable Splicer Job
Open With US Army

A job vacancy as a wire com communications
munications communications cable splicer is now
open to a qualified U.S. citizen
desiring a permanent position.
The qualification requirements
Four years of progressively re responsible
sponsible responsible experience in mainten maintenance,
ance, maintenance, installation, repair, and

trouble shooting of wire communf

icauons equipment sucn as: sud-

marine and subterranean cables

carrying communication lines for;

teletype, telephone, telegraph, v a a-larm
larm a-larm systems, switchboards, recti

fiers, power panels", microwave cir circuits,
cuits, circuits, etc.
Applications will be submitted to
the Civilian Personnel Division,
USARCARIB, Building 23, Corozal.
Isthmian Star

Lodge Installs
New Officers
Manuel Salazar was Installed as
Illustrious Grand of the Isthmian
Star Lodee No. 13. nf iw v ;

in ceredony held recently at the

morning star wage Hail.
Other taking the oath of office
were: Reeinald Ocarrn. n m

Charles R. Goode, sec'y.; Kenneth

u. Morns, asst. sec'y; Selvin Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, Sr. deacon; Stanford Hill, Jr.
deacon: Ivan T.puis inr) anani-

Ozias Shockness, tyler; Ralph Mor

ris, cnapiain.
The ceremony was performed by
Alfred S. Oneal, CM., assisted by
Walter Leslie, G-Tyler and visiting
delegates of the Mechanic Order.
A banquet followed, the installation

Cristobal Rainbow Assembly
Obligation Sunday, April $
The regular meeting of Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal Assembly No. 2, Order of the
Rainbow for Girls, was held
Thursday' evening at the Cristobal
Masonic Temple with Donna
Humphrey, Worthy Advosor, pre-

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Transport Union v
Calls Off Strike
On Penn Railroad
The AFL-CIO Transport Work Workers
ers Workers union has postponed a strike
scheduled against the Pennsylva Pennsylvania
nia Pennsylvania Railroad, the National Medi Mediation
ation Mediation Board announced today. The
walkout was slated to start at mid midnight
night midnight tomorrow.
The board said the union agreed
to postpone the strike pending me mediation
diation mediation of the dispute by the board.
Mediator George S. MacSwan will
start talk with both sides tomor-

iuw morning at i'nnaoeiphia.
The union had called the strike
in a dispute over layoffs of main maintenance
tenance maintenance workers.

In the Balboa Room from 12 noon
Music for dancing by Lucho Azcarraga
Eric the Great v
in the Bella Vista-Room from 7 p.m. y
Music by Clarence Martin's Orchestra
Anita Ravel singing.
Complete dinners from $3.50
Small portions for children at half prices
Special favors for the children
Call Max, '-1660, for reservations.

COMING APRIL 8-7-S El Panama root


five-man board of selectmen
debated for a month before voting
to paint the town's parking meters
green instead of red, The three
who voted for green were Dart Dartmouth
mouth Dartmouth (Big Green) alumni. The
two who wanted red were Harvard
(Crimson) men.

by popular demand
our lovely singer
2 shows nishtly:
8:30 & 11:30 p.m.
Bella Vista Salon


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LISTEN: COLPAN bring you the lottery drawings

Sundays: 10:55 a.m. Radio Panamericana
1090 Kcs., Panama 1230 Kcs., Colon



The Largest on Automobile Row

A Ktrkcby Hold

Ministering to All Proteslunts
- 9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. EASTER SUNDAY
Sermon by the Rev. OSCAR ,W. OLSEN, Pastor
Anthems by Adult and Youth Choirs

GOOD FRIDAY Communion Service 7:30 p.m.
The Choir will sing

A warm and cordial wecome awaits you at these services.


I Street No. 11
Agsncias Internal, de Publicaciones
No. J Lottery Flan
Central Ave. 45
1K2 La Carrasquilla
Ne. M "' Slrees
' 4th of July Ae. A J fit
A. TlwU Ne. 4
H Central Ave.
1S4 Central Avenue
J. Fee. e la Ossa Ave. K. 41
. Josta AmemeM Ave. and Si St.
Si Street Ke. S3
FARMACIA EL BA1URR0 Leievrc J Street
Via Porras 111
Via Cspaiia Ave.

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12 WORD5


Tlroll (4lh ol July) i,A;
(opposite Ancon School Playground)
Tel. 2-3011 Panama
', Pbone Panama t-055t
Packer Shipper! Mover
Phones 2-2451 2-2562
i Lear Riding at
(tiding t Jumping classes dollv
1 to 5 P.m. Phone 3-0279
or by appointment.
"WE will relievo Your"
I corns, callotissM, nailf
J (Dr. Scnollt trained)
S Juste Awwemena Ph. J-22I1
Communist Paper
Still Publishing
Despite Tax Raids
NEW YORK, March 28 (UP) -The
Communist Daily Worker pub published
lished published its regular. daily edition in
rri'ikpchift nffires todav with as
surance of. treasury officials that
veJ-erday's tax raids were not de:
Rtsfied to interfere with publica-
VJVII Vfc fcW ...... i -.
Internal Revenue agent raided
pnit seized the property of the
Cnrfimunist publication in Detroit,
ChrpHKo and New York for non non-parent
parent non-parent of income taxes.
aI fhn torn timp trpanurv 'S'
WW raided and locked offices of
the i Communist party m i.os An An-ycles,
ycles, An-ycles, San Francisco, Chicapo,
rhiadelphia and New York for
refusing to file a claim for tax ex ex-mt'tion
mt'tion ex-mt'tion and failure to cooperate
vim tax investigators.
The Dailv Worker staff left, Its
oftiee on the eighth floor of aj
Nc York building when agents!
sealed the door with warning;
stickers savin the property hnd!
hcen seized for non-payment oft
internal revenue taxes.
."f :j
Editorial ofhces were set up
hastily on a lower floor of the
same "huilding where the Worker
is printed b? the V and D puh puh-lishind
lishind puh-lishind Co... Inc., a lob printint!
conceffi not otherwise connected
with the Communist publication.
... 't
The Worker made arrangements j
later to establish semi-permanent i
ertioiial offices in quarters nccu?
pied by the Morning Feiheit, a
Yiddish language Communist!
newspaper at the same address j
Buy l'KOTO for ail or your home, ;
farm or shop tool nrlfi-tliualily
brand pri'ferrrd by profionals.
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Household Automobiles
FOR SALE: Coldtpot refrigera-
tor, automatic defroster, like FOR SALI; 1954 Ford 2-door
new, $250. Call 3-1039 from Mainline, excellent condition,
8:30 te 4:30. $1190. Call 6-739 Gamboa or
. 27-2-224S. Ask for Allen.
FOR SALI: Furniture, Cheap.
Buyer hai option to apartment.
Justo Arosamena Avenue No. FOR SALE: 1950 Pontiac Cat
97, Apt. 4. alina Coupe, eacellent condition.
FOR SALE: Rattan 7-pc. living 606,
room tat; mahogany bookcase,
I nest of tables; wicker: 3 chairs
' wcushions. 1 table; 2 occasion- CfD QAI P
al chairs, floor lamp, plus misc. IWlX jMbk
items, all for $350. Fort Clayton ... 11
5136. Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Electric stove FOR SALE: Drafting table,
(new) $200; electric clothes fishing rods, Venetian blinds,
dryer $150; 12 cubic ft. deep basement picket fence, 200 ft.
freeier Hike new) $300; din- poultry netting, miscellaneous.
ette set (new) $70; blonde Phona Balboa 1602. 0861 Ole-
modern dining room set $300. ander Place, Balboa.
All appliances 60-cycle, Gener-
I al Electric. Quarters 30. Phone F0R SALE: Beautiful mahog-
! 2188 Albrook. eny 6'tf- bar with crystal liquor
,,. cabinet, mirrors, upholstered
j FOR SALE: Complete set Min- chairs, indirect lighting. Original
ton china and crystal. House cost $1200, sacrificing for $300
j 5360 Diablo. Phone 2-2918. cash. Phone 2-4902, 3-1024.
FOR SALE: Items of club fur furniture,
niture, furniture, located at Ft, Kobbe NCO FOR SALE: Beautiful potted
Club, Bids will be accepted un- plants, rocking chair. Phone 3 3-til
til 3-til 1200 hr., 5 April 1956. 1024.

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YOU CAN'T BLAME Pvt. John H. Crumley for the smile that
piece of paper he holds excuses him from walking guard duty
at Fort Amador. Crumley, a member of '7440th au at Fort
Amador, recently made outstanding guard for the fifth con
secutlve time; and under a recent incentive letter that meant
he was excused from walkinp; guard. Col, L. C. Plttman, Fort
Amador commanding officer, here presents him with the letter.
. of commendation and his congratulations.
(U.S. Army photo)

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HARRY S. CASLER, public affairs officer of the American Em Embassy,
bassy, Embassy, presents a $50 check as an incentive award to, John B.
Sinclair, employe of the USIS Information Center Library,
Sinclair earned the award with a suggestion which has contri contributed
buted contributed to more efficient operation of the library, resulting in
greater service to the public.


maw scevW-SftVt',i

year's work for' Mrs. Frances Longmore (right) was given
this week to the U.S. Army Caribbean employe' by Col. J. L.

1 Frink (It
left). The outstanding

commendations arforMrrxromorrsoirnarrm

1 the period from March I, 1955,

Longmore is


performance rating, the hiRhest
to March 1 of this year. Mrs.

iruiK g secretary.
(U.S. Army photo)


BOX 2031, ANCON. C.Z.
Leo C. Brathwaite. Office 2nd
Street Amador Guerrero 2006.
Telephone 3 1 2-A, Colon
Panama Line
The Tanama Liner Cristobal is
scheduled to sail from Cristobal
Saturday with 64 passengers for
New York. No passengers have
been booked for Port-au,- Prince,
The complete advance passeng passenger
er passenger list for New .York follows:
Harold L. Anderson; Mrs. Doro-
tny a. Andress and son; Miss Bes Bessie
sie Bessie Billinger; Miss Fay Brown;
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Buell, Jr.;
Mrs. -Louie. Cohen and two sons;
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Conley; Mr.
and Mrs. Ward B. DeKlyn: Robert
L. Dickerson; Herbert S. Drlscoll;
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Dutton; Mr.
and Mrs. George W. Fisher and
two sons; Mr. and Mrs. Jac Hof
henstein and two children; Roland
E. Hoopes; Miss Marian Kleman
and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M
Mr. and Mrs. Gibson Maher;
Mr. and MrHxawrence Mahoney
ana two cmiaren; Air. ana Mrs
Bernard J. McDonnell: Howard
Nagelsmith; Harry Odien; Mr,
and Mrs. Edward A. Pettis; Mrs
Jottie Price; Mrs. Ketura A.
Price; Miss Virginia K. Roberts;
Thomas A. Rockett; Richard J.
Salvato; Robert K. Sentz; James
B. Shaffer; Mr. and Mrs. Marion
Spangler and two children; Mr
and Mrs. Abe Sperling; Mr. and
Mrs. Lyman Stowell; Mr. and
Mrs. Gustave Swanson; and Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Weisman

Hermann Field BaclHome
Says Poles Kidnaped Him

NEW YORK, March 28 (UP)-I
Hermann Field, Cleveland, Ohio
architect who was imprisoned by
the Communists for five years,
charged today he was kidnaped by
Polish security police when he
stepped from plane it Warsaw
in 1949.
Field, released from a Commu
nist cell in October 1954, arrived
here today aboard the liner Queen
Mary, nearly seven years after he
sailed for a brief European visit.
He has been convalescing in
Swiss sanitarium and with his
wife's family in England.
Field said the Polish authorities
never charged him with anything.
'I was kidnaped, he s a l a
"thev keot Investigating and in
vestigating but could never find
anything out from me. i was pui
in the cellar of an interrogation
center outside Warsaw and kept
there for five vears.
Field said he went to Warsaw
partly to inspect the architecture
of reconstruction trom ine war
Wind Topples Tower
Al Idlewild Field
NEW YORK M.arch 28 (UP)-
A gust of wind toppled a 79-foot
steel tower at Idlewild Internation International
al International Airport today, killing one work work-man
man work-man nnrl iniurine another.
Alfred Peterson, 48, was crushed
hv thn falline structure. Anthony
Nevlller 22.- suffered serious head i
the two men were dismantling
the experimental lighting tower
when it fell across an unused run
Red Trawler Crew
Nix Rescue Offer
Of Friendly Scots
WICK, March 28, -(UP)
The crew of a wrecked
Russian trawler refused to be res rescued
cued rescued by friendly Scots in the North
Shetland Islands today.
The N12-man crew waited until
other Soviet trawlers could reach
them and remove them from their
grounded vessel.
The trawler ran against jagged
rooks off Unst Island in a heayy
fog. A rescue launch from the
British cable ship Ariel put out
but was waved off with shouts of
"nyet, nyet" no no.
A house crashed into two cars
herer Policesaid tlia-..two-stor'
frame house was being moved to
a new location when it snapped its
cable, rolled down a grade and hit
two cars, "flattening" one of them,


ATTENTION & I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedreams, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 1-4941.
FOR RENT: Newly furnished
and unfurnished apartments. Al Al-htmbra
htmbra Al-htmbra Apartments, I Oth Street
Ne. 1061 Phone 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT: Apartments: living-dining
ream, two bedrooms,
maid's room. Call Phone 2-2577.
FOR RENT: Apartment 1 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, sitting-dining roam, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, bath, $60. at Ne. 20 Via Es Es-pane.
pane. Es-pane. See De Castro, Na. 24 "B"
Avenue, Phone 2-1616.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
2 bedrooms, 2 bathe, maid's
room, kitchen, porch, garage,
$100 at "Anayansi" building,
Bella Vista, N. Obarrio Street
No. 23. See De Castro, No. 24
"B" Avenue. Phone 2-1616.
FOR RENT. Furnished apart apart-ment,
ment, apart-ment, very comfortable, hot wa water,
ter, water, one bedroom. Perejil, Sec Second
ond Second Street No. II, Phono 3 3-2694.
2694. 3-2694. FOR RENT: Modern unfur unfurnished
nished unfurnished apartment in El Cangrejot
2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, din-ing-living
room, 'maid's room
with bath, garage, hot water.
Phone, business hours, 2-0321;
Sundays 2-3525.
FOR RENT: Screened com completely
pletely completely furnished ent-bedreom
apartment, hot water, near
transportation, located at El
Cangrejo. Available et once. Call
3-4644 between i and 7 p.m.
FOR RENT: Modern two-bedroom
apartment in Bella Vista,
51st Street No. 42. Call Zubie Zubie-ta,
ta, Zubie-ta, Phone 3-3337.
FOR RENT: One-room fur furnished
nished furnished apartment. Near all but
stops. Beautiful location. 43rd
Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment:
ment: apartment: living-dining room, two
.bedrooms, stove, refrigerator. r
Bella Vista, 43rd Street No, 64.
and partly to check on the where whereabouts
abouts whereabouts of his brother, Noel, a for
mer State Department employe
wno disappeared in Prague, Czech
osiuvaiua in may ms.
Noel, accused of Communist ac-

tivities in, this country, was re'supply the two test models, which

leased in 1954. The circumstances
of his disappuarance never have
been clarified. Not! and his wife,
Herta, apparently have chosen to
remain behind the Iron Curtain in
Hermann said his brother may
be in prison, and that he under understood
stood understood he is a "pretty sick man."
" Field said that during his stay
in the Polish prison he was kept
in complete isolation from time to
time. VI was in solitary confine
ment for one and one-half years,
iney aiso used lood as a weapon.
I was sick because I went on three
hunger strikes while a prisoner,
tne longest lasting tor 27 days.
VThey gave me the impression
that I would never get out alive,"
ne said
Field, accompanied by his wife,
Kate, and their two sons, told
newsmen he never expected to
be talking to you on this pier to
day." He said the Polish govern
ment paid him $50,000 for the il
legal jailing. ;
Field said he planned to make I
brief visit to Washington and then
go to his sister's home in Illinois
for another stay before taking his
family to their Shirley, Mass.
home. He said he will resume his
architectural work ip Boston.
French 62l$ Really
Home, Mother Type;
tnjoy Going Dutch
PARIS, March 28 (UP) The
average French girl is the home
and mother type despite her aura
of romance, a survey indicated
The French fashion magazine
Elle said a check on 1,500 made mademoiselles
moiselles mademoiselles showed the average to
be strait-laced, teetotaling and
amiame to going autcn treat on
According to the survey, 83 per
cent said they date men merely
as good friends, Only 7 per cent
said dates meant more than that,
Of all the girls interviewed, 84
per cent said they do not drink
alcoholic beverages. Fifty-four per
cent said they mind mother and
only 8 per cent said they listened
to the sweet nothings whispered by
boy friends, V
Almost half the girls 43 per
cent said they do not smoke.. And
38 per cent said they avoid using
those French perfumes.
L Perhaps moal-intri2uina.lrora
the masculine point of view is that
64 per cent said they go dutch
treat and pay their own way on


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The 33d Infantry's provision
and 2nd Battalion marched
a comnosite Retreat Parade;
m; KehesU i wtrVnd fiS-n
A. Durham of Headquarters
Company with awards of Purple
Hearts for wounds received dur
ing the Korean conflict.
(U.S. Army Photo)
Radical New
(Continued from Page 1)
ernor of the Canal Zone, with
whom will rest the decision on a
He said manufacturer awarded a
contract will have 14 months to
may be used for as long as 12
months before delivery of the rc
maining machines is commenced,
, If any ef the proposals is ac accepted
cepted accepted the contract will be the
largest single one awarded by
tha Canal organization in more
than 15 years, being exceeded In
amount of money involved by
tome ef the contracts awarded
for the third locks prearam.
t The replacement of rebuilding ol
the towing locomotives is made j
necessary by the Canal Company's,
present power conversion program,!
t in stem rna. OYiciino iiiiiiiiiitiii taa
""V .""B, .f"T i.
powerea oy io-cycie cuuciu.
ny of the locomotives have been
in service since 1914 and it is con
sidered more economical to re
place all units rather than convert:
them for 60-cycle operation.
The design and specifications sue-
mitted by Lexourneau lor tne new
tvpe of towing locomotives providj
that they would operate only on
the center walls of the locks, but
onJhe existing tracks.
yCich locomotive would be e-
quipped with two electric uy-op
rated winches with towing lines
attached fere and eft to each
hip snd each line providing tow
ing or braking power. Under this
arrangement vassal would ba
towed through the lorks adjacent
te the cantor wall while the ves vessel
sel vessel would be spaced or hold off
from the lock wall by a pneuma pneumatic
tic pneumatic tired fender, suspended and
controlled from the locomotive.
An entirely new feature also
proposed in the LeTourneau design
would be the equipment of a line
boom on each towing locomotive
which would pass a, m anil a mes messenger
senger messenger line to a ship upon its ap approach
proach approach to the lock watt which
would eliminate the present me method
thod method of manually passing the con
necting lines from towing locomo-1
tives to ships upon approach.
Some modifications would ne re
quired to the lock walls lot the op
eration of the pneumatic-tireo tenn tenners,
ers, tenners, as well as to the existing re repair
pair repair sheds.
for screened applicants for
any position. Personnel se selected
lected selected to meet your re requirement
quirement requirement at absolutely no
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Local Army Conference Leadership
Courses Show Spirit Of Cooperation

outstanding examDle nf ro-

Zm TvnAnT .or" problems-, in
R firth? nIBr bcm? dls;' addition to successfully hurdling the
n-i. eKPost rrCorozal, and course requirements
ort Davis where conference lead
ership classes affecting the entire I The aim of the conference lead-

rauaiiia rea command are bemgiership program is not to 'foster an

The current classes, which be began
gan began Jan. 10 will result in over 150
numary and civilian supervisors I
and executives being trained this!

year in tne Know how of siiccessftil to save time now wasted' bv'
conferences. These people repre-needless conferences. In some in in-sent
sent in-sent practically every USARCAR-! stances, however, additional ron-IB-Panama
organization employing ferences may be beneficial. The
civilians. i classes are designed to meet this
Instructors are drawn from eiv-i need- als0'
iliari and military guDervisors whni tu i.. -... i:.

have had conference leider train-
Tle f"" (17 Z9ni
AJfTLl0. .S!, 10
Bin' 1
a Kac

nil fK an i ilxii hhs ikianpci urn nnw.i.j u i . i .

uj iT X jj i7 7 r,. ., ii'u uiiuiiiu way ol uui year, arc
tded by the Adjutant General-CiviN; J uA r u

knfPerMpnfl JJivismi trainmg
Many organizations have named
raining coordinators. They help
the function chief select candidates
for. classes,, coordinate scheduling
nrlf K thai saitll at nitnrnnn! InelHiMie
V 1" 1 "" "'Tl
act as program advisors.
These coordinators include:
Charles Leslie, Engineers; Francis
Loughran, Inter American Geode Geodetic
tic Geodetic Survey; Frank Malavasic, Ord Ord-annce;
annce; Ord-annce; Len worth Este, Quarter Quartermaster;
master; Quartermaster; 1st Lt. E. D. Frankhous Frankhous-er,
er, Frankhous-er, Signal; Capt. W. G. Holste and
Lawrence Keegan, Transportation;
WO John Fowler, Army Audit Ag Agency;
ency; Agency; Paul Moran, Comptroller;
1st Lt. John Bryant, Provost Mar Marshal;
shal; Marshal; Lt. Col. Leslie Wood, Spe Special
cial Special Services; John Burke. Medic
al; Capt. Richard P. Taffe, In
formation, and 1st Lt. Richard
Cator, Chemical.
The local conference leadership
classes are designed to provide
supervisors with techniques use.
, ful In solving management prob
lems, to assure understanding by
i subordinates ef new
policies and procedures, and to
train others in effective super.
Most conferees use actual
nrnhi.m, .hi0tc tnr ihoir
j practices, and many of them are1



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part Casino, lew rota. Phone
Bolbee 1866.
Baldwin's furnished apartment
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
PHILLIPS Oceansid Cnttegea,
Santa Clara. Bex 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877. Crista,
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Sorry can't accommodate mar
of our friends Easter Week! Re Re-servationt
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Position OrV;ed
WANTED: 2 young ladies of
good appearance for waitresses.
Must speak English, Spanish per perfectly,
fectly, perfectly, Good salary. "Chop Suey
Oriental." See Mr. Juan Siu, 10
a m, to 12 noon and 6 to 9 p.m.
finriinn .-i.
avalanche of conferences. Better
conferences rather than more con conferences
ferences conferences is a program eoa!.. The
instruction is provided tff' make
present conferences more effoelive
ference is a uiied effort, p pool-
: ...

g 2 expenenT'- l"v
reach worthwhile group conclusions.

Th( class, whicrl- ire sthedlll.
Army's, supervisor, development
(civilian Personnel Division of th
Adjutant General Office, and are
receiving increasing attention line
! operating organizations and line
. .
supervisors are taking over more
and more of the practical planning
and presentation of the training.
Pilot Nose Dives
To Avoid Crashing
RAF Jet Fighter
LONDON, March 28 (UP) -An
airliner pilot 'instinctively" shot
his plane into a nose dive today
to avoid a collision with an RAJ
jet fighter. Half of the 23 passen passengers
gers passengers aboard were injured.
The unbelted passenger on tht
British European Airways twin-'
engine transport bounced ajRint
windows and ceiling, but none suf suffered
fered suffered more than minor cuts and
The alternative to the. dive was
Pilot F. Jenkinson said I jusi
realized it was eoing to
onH incrinnthrnlv tnnk OVflsive KC-
tinn ti airi th Vammre let
peared suddenly out of a mist.
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Q U I E N B E E ;,yJ.
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John Wayne, in
Ed. G. Robinson, in
60c. 30c.
in r
Bank Night! Golden
Prize 9500.00
1 30c,
In Cinemascope and Technicolor!
Burt Lancaster Diana Foster, in
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Cub Win Track Honon I

On Graduate To Scut j w

Track meets honors were earned'pomts.


T.-lh. U.I,P. Oft. 31

Maiaica dated him a aid ha triad to kin har, but
you know how Jeaaicatts avery boy iha goat out
with.isiarribla wolf I" -

RA Movies tv io 1j

wood night-dub' narking lot:

. ou drive your huxbana to drin:
there ample parking here."

bv 11-year-old James Dykes, on
the day of his graduation f r o m
Cub Scouts, when he won the high high-man
man high-man trophy with 14 points Satur

day, at the Pack 7 Curundu tracs

meet at Summr oaraens.

Jimmv placed first in the high
in mo. first in the baseball throw,

second in the 50-yeard dash, and
fourth in the broad jump. He had
stiff competition from Kenneth
Underwood who placed second
with 13 points, and Gibby Freud,
third with ten points. James Ho Hovan
van Hovan and Clay Taul tied for fourth
place with seven points t
The track meet is an annual dry
season event in Pack 7, which is
sponsored by the Balboa Lions

Club. Innovations this year were

the awarding oi iropmcs ior mgn
nnint man and for high point den,

The Den trophy will become the
permanent possession of the den
winning it three times; it was ap ap-nrrmrist
nrrmrist ap-nrrmrist elv won this year by Den

4, who has been high den at the

nact three track meets.

Thirtv-nine Cub Scouts, with

their Barents, brothers,' sisters,

and guests swelling the crowd to

over one hundred, gatnerea

Summit Gardens at 9 o'clock m

the morning, carrying family pic

mc lunches.

After registration, the track
meet got under way, monitored by

members of the pack committee

under the direction of chairman

Chuck Lavallee, and assisted by
other dads. Loud speaker system

was set up and helped to accele accelerate
rate accelerate the progress of the events.
Rain interrupted the proceedings
at noontime, and a recess was
called for lunch, and track events
were resumed in the. afternoon,.
Th track meet was followed by

a short pack meeting at which ad advancement
vancement advancement awards were presented

by cubmasler Johnny Gough. The

2nd Kenneth Underwood, Den 4,
13 points.
3rd Gibby Freund, W Den, 10

(points. v

4th J, Hovan, C. Taul, Den 6, 7
Dan Scores:
1st Den 4, 37 points.
2nd Den Webelos, 27 points
3rd Den 6 21 points.
4th Den 1 and Den 3, 9 points.

Senate-House Conferees Agree
On Rigid, High Price Supports

Republicans tftday accused Dem Democrats
ocrats Democrats of stalling to block a vote
on a compromise farm bill before
Congress recesses Thursday for
an Easter holiday. V
Sen. George D. Aiken (R-Vt.1,
congressional leader of adminis

tration farm forces, said Demo

crats wouldn t vote this week on

Relay Race:

Den 4
Den 6
Den Webelds
Den 3


rs paid for."

Mary'Kaye to a heckler at Ciro's:

inen me nriKicr -saiu jes,
ary flipped: "Well, then will jou
ease let un and toe"

Escort to a blonde in a mov

town cocktair lounaeV "isn't th

your husband across the roomt

Aher peering intently for a m

the lady with him." I

'Bill Bishop about a pal whi

failed to make the grade as a son

writer: He starteu out to write

tU'inking song and never got
jond tne first two bars."

U l .. r .1 I (T'l.

.i nci u annuel saiu u; aiic icr

nuLLX wuuu (jtA) n aut0 makers are all putting in

juaugn raraae; sign in a HoiiifPtv helt i heraiio nennle are by cuDmasier jonnny v.uugn. m

m::. i.;m.j u it,.., k.. fh awardine 'of the weoeios Daage

Ll lll-T Kllirtl IJt'llll O LUC V 11-VC illC I .

. UlMUt 'tiK Cinn vartlr trt .1mP

Dykes and his graduation to Boy
Scouts, were, the highlihl of the

I "Are viiu I man with' "a- jVt-uD-' meeting; vScmitmaster-wes jvenne-

Two new boys, James Fehren Fehren-bach
bach Fehren-bach and Santos Samson, Were in inducted
ducted inducted into the pack and received
their Bobcat pins.Two Bea,r badg badges,
es, badges, three Lion badges, one gold ar arrow,
row, arrow, and two silver arrows were
awarded. Presentation of stripes
was made to new denners and as assistant
sistant assistant denner?. Acknowledgement
was made of three anniversaries
in Cub Scouting, and of four birth birthdays
days birthdays which occurred in March.
DiiDlicate honor den banners

were awarded to Den 1 who had
100 per cent parent-cub attendance
at the February blue and g o 1 d

banquet, and to Den 2, who had I

100 per cent parent auenuauce an
the track meet. i
Cub Scouts were divided lnlo
two groups for the track meet,;
group I for the smaller boys and
group II for the larger boys. In i
addition to the trophies for high
man and hiah Hen rihhnnS were I

awarded to the first three places!

-lian Film Star

ieVeds Aclor Aliment


i ,u i Z7, rch 28 (UP) Park-haired ila ila-A
A ila-A rather large bill was returnee,, fiim .tn- w

to a HJUywood eatery U" mtrried to jean Pierre
day by. a noted playboy who ha(moti 44-year-old French actor

.w ,y ..u u.c.,, was once llnked romantically
.written "C.O.D. v Ihe managenid Grace Kelly
telephoned him and demanaed,Sw, rpflllv mflr.

HI wonderful s fd the

4. V'a ,r """"Be after the civil eeremon.
L!;,,;, Ln.til lier Angeli, twin sister of the
w.Vt,?Mn th ftf ft.i.rf.'file and matron-of-honor at the
was talking shop witn a nurse inS,ijns ba .,lh.v want )n h(1
. a Hollywood hospital. "You should .5 .wlSSi II .Ti--see
our hospital now," said the,1"1,, h"h In I aly but
L.A. nurse, "we have a TV iet!V lul l f,et 'h!re s0

tig uwviutu uai H VIYU V VI til VII J

Inmont, whose first wife was

in every room.
"That's nothing," said the Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood nurser'tte have a TV star
in every room."


1st John Stabler, Den 4.
2nd Ed Fehrenbach, Den 1.
3rd James Hovan, Den 6.
4th Clay Taul, Den 6
1st James Dykes, W Den.
2nd Ken Underwood, Den 4.
3rd Steve Henderson. Den 6.
4th Gibby Freund, W Den.
1st Jerry Worsham, Den 3.
2nd Gavin Taylor, J)en 1.
3rd Clay Taul Den
4th Ed Fehrenbach, Den 1.
1st Gibby Freund, W Den.
2nd Ken Underwood, Den 4.
3rd Bob Singleton, Den
4th James Dykes, Den.
1st James Hovan, Den
2nd Clay Taul, Den
3rd Carlos Beechner, .Dea
, 4th JerrWosnlln,1'' Den 3l
. 2nd (Gibby freund, WDen.
3rd Ken Underwood, Den A.
4th Gibbr Freund, ,W Den.
; .i F "'
. 50-YD DASH" Group, I
1st Frank Major, Ven I.
2nd Bob Russell, Den 2.
3rd Carlos Beechner, Den 4.
4th Caly Taul, Den.
50-YD DASH Group H
1st Ken Underwood, Den 4.
-2nd James Dykes, W Den.
rd Richard Bacot, Dm J.
4th Gibby Freund, W Den.

orously oppose both moves. The

effect of the committee s action
would be to give farmers high
price supports on some basic
crops than was contemplated in
either the House or Senate bills.
Benson, in a last-minute state statement,
ment, statement, hinted again that Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower will veto any farm bill call

ing for higher supports. He called

Millionaire Could

In Critical State
JUAN LES PINS,. France, Marsh
28 (UP) American railroad mil

lionaire rranf jay i.ouia, is, was w.j be stlEwJ on Arji 12 at the

reported in critical condition last Pacific Service Center, featuring

night following a severe asthmatic monologist Leroy .Washing', w, and
i UI. 1. mains PaoHindl


Show To Be Staged
Here On April 12

A variety "flail of Fame" sbo

tne controversial measure oemg on the conferees to approve a
worked out by Senate-House con-j "sound" bill that "can be signed
ferees because they knew they; by the President."
didn't have enough votes to get it House farm leaders announced

through the House. He said Housejthat the compromise bill will not
Democratic ranks had been thin-;b readv for voting beofre Con

ned by early departure for the 10-

day holiday.

But Speaker Sam Kay burn ana
other House Democratic leaders
said it would be Impossible for the
conferees to write a report before
next week that would explain ade ade-auatelv
auatelv ade-auatelv the compromise bill even

if an agreement on it coma. e

reached today.

The conforoes touched fff a
hot round of charges and coun counter
ter counter charges when they agreed
yesterday on restoring high, ri rigid
gid rigid price supports this year for
corn, cotton, peanuts, rice and

Secretary of Agriculture Ezra T.

Benson termed the action "inae

fensible. .a serious mistake.

Gould, son of the 19lh century

his "Jamaica Readings.

Washington, who will be making

his last appearance on the Istn-

i r- IJ k.. ,,f I ui. Will "C icoiuiiu
financier Jay Gould, has been uf-,the Four Notes quRrlet, the llar llar-fering
fering llar-fering from asthma, uremia and mon sisters, Catalma Dagomol

liver trouble in his home on the, and others.

French Riviera.

I Tickets are now on sale.

gress starts its 10-day Easter re

cess Thursday. Chairman Harold

D. Cooley (D-N.C.t, of the House!

Agriculture Committee saia tnerei

was even some oouui wiifuier u

will be ready when Congress re resumes
sumes resumes work April 9.
A separate Heuso-Sonato con con-forsnco
forsnco con-forsnco committee sgrood on a
compromise bill to relieve farnv
ors of tho two-cont-a-gallon fod fod-oral
oral fod-oral tax on gasoline used in
farm production. It would save
farmers about 40 million dollars
a year through tax refunds re retroactive
troactive retroactive to last Jan. 1.

The committee drafting the o-

verall farm bill voted to return to

political logrolling." He was par- 90 per cent supports on corn, cot cot-ticularly
ticularly cot-ticularly bitted about the approv- ton, peanuts, rice and wheat for

one year, unless congress passea

ano her extender next year, mis

at of the so-called dual parity

formula which forces him to cal calculate
culate calculate price supports at the high high-ott
ott high-ott nossible fifiure.

The 10-man conference commit

tee, ignoring renewed threats of a

presidential veto, aiso voiea 10 re retain
tain retain the so-called dual partity sys

tem. Tis forces the Agriculture

Department to use the highest pos

sible parity figure ; in computing

dollars-and-cents support prices

means 1957 farm prices could be!
Supported again at from 75 to 90 ;
per cent of partiy.
The conferees also agreed to!

eliminate a Senate provision that
would limit individual price sup support
port support loans to $100,000 and pay payments
ments payments under the president's $1. $1.-200,080,000
200,080,000 $1.-200,080,000 soil bank to $25,000 for
the nroDosed acreage reserve and

Mr. Eisenhower and Benson vig- $7,500 for conservation practices,








at the Organ

AL MARCHESS and His Accordion


Overheard at one of the big
"This is the boss' son. He's go

ing to start at the botnojn for a
couple of weeks."
. ',-.'
Eve Arden said it: "The small smallest
est smallest packagge in the world is a man
all wrapped up in himself."

Although millions heard Irving s with disarming candor, "to

tiilinnil, WUUhf IIIM Wilt" Wrt'i n""'"lu! vw i i I
late actress Maria Montez, and eaeh event. All first places-in
. . .... I ; .. .1 : '..! ...4 wai neorAntfiH

Drute win be married again
?l Catholic ceremony in Rome
sjbout six weeks. They will go
aiawaii first for a two week
9'ymoon and then visit N e w
!k before leaving for Europe.
alter Winchell

I (Continued from Pace

Berlin sing his hit songs during two;(eing for

worm wars, me composer uses 10
tell this story about the smallness
of his voice. Before microphones

and loudspeakers were introduced

a Husband . Janet

Vulerbilt, the popular Phoenix

rtaurateur, undergoes major sur sur-!
! sur-! any day. With husband Max

sli runs Amsterdam House, the

individual events were presented
with a Cub Scout pocket knife in
addition to the ribbon. Five points
were given for first place, three
fnr second, two for third, and one

for fourth except in the den relay

in which ten points were given ior
first, five for second, three for

third, and none for others. Each 1

boy was given three tries In the

high jump and tne Droaa jump,
with best score counting.
The track meet honors were a-

warded by Lavallee, were as fol-l


ior b iigers, vumeuian joe nsco S(f no celeb misses. Last time ucmu m mBi.i uuu, viimentionert Ihpm thev ont

and asked him to get up and sing

Vie kit AmAmho,

Berlin obliged, and 'after he fin finished
ished finished singing the sons, Frisco said
to the audience:
'.'Great little singer, that Irving

Berlin. But you've got to hug himv
tinot Kim .

s,j iivpi atniit t;

BALBOA 2:00 P.M.

Abbott .& Costello
"Meet Captain Kidd"

Margarita 2:30 P.M.
James Stewart
"Winchester '73"

vi ia avuni SOS

re any a nice ieuow. tie a ici you
do anything for him." v


PP from everywhere. .Dana

water is one of the few Holly Holly-$
$ Holly-$ intellectuals. Took 2 years

ofi-e-med at Rhodes College. J

j1 Kusseii seems like a lot ofi

gii but she weighs only 135.

H'dJ high-school weight. .Mike!

Stf, the mag writer, won his'

Rtllihpl nit All frnm Ih, tsm.


n I Mt V nccfta, w tuc till
Spencer Tracy, who wih star in jiolre who recently paid $22,

Ernest Hemingway's "The Old

Man and the Sea, tells this story
on the author. Someone was show showering
ering showering him with questions about his
dramatic adventures in Africa and

finally asked:

"Is it true that wild beasts in the
jungle won't harm you if you carry

a torcne
"That all depends," replied Hem Hem-1
1 Hem-1 ingway, "on how fast you carry it."
Don Ameche still holds the title
of Hollywood's No. 1 practical
joker. One of his best productions
was when he and Ty Power were

working together in a movie. Ty
had studio permission to leave
work early to meet a girl friend
arriving in town by train and
parked his car outside the sound
stage for a quick getaway.
But when he rushed to the car,
Ty lound it standing high above the

.ground, on jacks, with all four

hur Vining Davis, who will

in a few weeks, is the zil-

5001)0 for the Boca Raton Club.

Hitlvealth is said to be over 900

mili n. A reporter asked him why
he t ught Boca. I "To make "mon "money,'
ey,' "money,' he glared. .Those peanut peanut-hea
hea peanut-hea ; in Alabama must feel a little
sill; Jverytime they use one of the
300 roducts George Washington
Car t, the great Negro, got out
of 1 4 peanut. They practically
save the farmers of the South. .
I ha e not been able to learn the
nam of the Palm Beach lady Ru Ru-birosa
birosa Ru-birosa hopes to wed. But many of

the iociety people there echo the
talk.. .Barbara Hutton, his last
frauj is furious with a novelist
who allegedly said her concept of
making over her life is dimply to
continue the same life but with
some other man. .Tennessee Wil-

lianft is really miserable over the
misunderstanding with Tallulah. He
says he adores her and will write

wheels missing. Standing right be-a play especially for her, if she
oide it.wa-U-ulpirt,.-Am!herWij. ontv-ntfyp-msking himery;
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building in Washington, D. C, to clear the way for another House" office building.

I MEXICAN BRUSH SALESMAN The Mexican version of the did-door brush
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FUN IN THE SUN Lovely Hilda Branel wants to remind
anyone looking at that vacation calendar that It's very

MODERN FAREWELL The last operational jet squadron of theJial Air Force

:l warm in Miami Beach, Fla where she enjoys the sun, 4 makes a farewell flight over the Pyramids in gypt. It's now beinied on Malta;

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IT'S COLD OUTSIDE-Soofy, the giraffe at the London, England, zoo looks hope- I
fully at keeper Bill dribble as the latter checks a thermometer to see if it's warm I
enough for a Jaunt in the Open air. The old spell has confined animals to quarters, f

SEA TRAIN This sea train is hauling raw materials for Puerto Rico's more than
350 industrial plants. An LST unloads freight trailers at San Juan. No dock needed.

NEW A suede calf cham chamois
ois chamois bag combined with
natural leather is newest
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SHCFPING CENTER OF THE FUTURE? This aerial view of the New England Center at Saugus, Mass., near Boston,
";"" ; r.'JC!patos some of trends of the shopping center of futurLgest unit in center .is a department 5tore.Three
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jockey, zigzagger, Sunday driver, road hog. An insur insurance
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CAMPAIGNING Clese to a.-llai Stevenson campaign poster in Los Angeles, Democratic
Presidential hopeful Sen. Estirtauver smu ed and waved to a crowd. He's on a hand handshaking
shaking handshaking campaign tour of So-.rn California. -,


Adlai Maps Ganaign Strategy
In Do-Or-Die alifornia Race

LOS ANGELES, March 28 (Ulason, are neither "frantic or pan-
Adlai Stevenson arrives here tcky" about the California prima prima-day
day prima-day to map strategy for his "cy,
or die" campaign in the Califo ''Both Pat and I agree that the
nia presidential primary. ituation is well in hand," Ziffren
Stevenson cancelled a Floridaid. "Kefauver is doing a fine
vacation to make a three-day Cob, but I'm certain he is running
lifornia trip to consult with hor the vice presidency."
campaign heads here amid r. Meanwhile, Texas Democrats
ports of growing support for Seivere invited to choose sides today
Estes Kefauver. or t. battle of political giants.
Paul Ziffren, California democn 4 -
tic national committeeman and i"h gintwtrHout. Speak Speak-Stevenson
Stevenson Speak-Stevenson backer, said the June V Sam Rayburn, Senate Deme
California primary "is a do-or-die' leader Lyndon B. Johnson

election" for the 1952 democrat)", Gov. Allen smvari
nrpsirfpntial ranrfiriat A battle Was 8-breWU

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Stevenson ha sot To win"1?""'" wcurku i t
htrt," Ziffren said. "But therehe democratic national convention
is no question that ha will wirt.'i Texas' favorite son candidate
Kefauver departed from Interior the presidential nomination,
tional Airport here last night ais was a move to box in Shivers,
ter a five-day speech and handle led ihe campaign that car car-shaking
shaking car-shaking tour of southern Califoiii'd Texas for President Lisen Lisen-nia.
nia. Lisen-nia. He maintained the same breauower irA 1952 against the Rayburn Rayburn-neck
neck Rayburn-neck pace here that supporter olinson combination,
claim helped produce his upst Jn a speech before the Texas
victory over Stevenson in the MiriHfmoerattc Executive Committee

Vomsn Allocked By

Rabid Fox Refuses
Medical Treatment

CALLANDER. Ont.. March 28,

(UP) -A 56-year-old woman, bit

ten bv an apparently rabid fox i

several davs ago. today barricad

ed herself in- her isolated farm;!

house and refused medical treat-!
ment. She declared, "I don't care i

about dying now.

Mrs. John Hart, 56, brushed t-

side the appeals' of authorities i
and her three married daughters;

to undergo Pasteur treatment for i

the potentially, fatal rames miec-


"I've had a full life," said Mrs.

Hart, who lives alone on a farm

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ah nonues saia mey coum nui

legally force the woman to sub-ij

nut to a series or i injecuons io,
stave off the "almost certain" in-i

fection from the bite. Rabid foxes

have been numerous In Ontario.

By the time symptoms of rabies;

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Ziffren said he and State AtlyOhnson where he stands, m et et-Gen.
Gen. et-Gen. Edmund G. (Pat) Browned, he challenged Johnson to
atate campaign manager for Stevhoose between the democra uc
1 i onservatives of the south and (he

ew deal wing, which dominates
he national conventions.
a Ravburn and Johnson art par-

fy regulars, committad to tup'

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To Present Annual
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boa Heights will present its annual
Easter concert Sunday evening at
In addition to several choral
numbers by a choir, the program
will include quartets, trios and sol solos.
os. solos. Soloists for the evening will be
Mildred Hearne and Nellree Smith,
sopranos, and Webb Hearne baritone.

oviets Propose Disarmament

Ian Similar To America's

J fiNnrw March 28 (V?) Rus-1 reduce all armaments accordingly.

Choir director Mildred Hearne, an yesterday proposed a disar-l Jules Moch, French delegate at
alnn with church nr?nsr iriiU itmpnt nlsn which aereed with! the week-old conference, raised op-:

Swafford and church pianist -Janet i American plan for trimming jeetions to Gromyko's proposal!

woods, have prepared a program iventional armaments but swe-1 grounas i aoes noi proviae any;
to include Easter' favorites as such. I nnrd the issue of atomic wcap-' decisive measures in the atomic,

"Were YoiJ There," "Listen to thej limitations. domain." -

Lambs," "The Holy City," "Hosan-

na," "I Know That My Redeemer
Liveth" and many others.
There will be no sermon but all

who attend will receive the Easter I oappointcd

message tnrougn music : ana toe
reading of Scripture by pastor

. wuiiam H. ueeby.

kmprican smil-pes said the Unit

ffstatp considered the Soviet ( Exact details of the Russian

nhnia "serious and important." plan remained secret pending stu-

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lance and Britain were repwiwiuy y .uie uoyciHiii?iiu.-

I But official sources said the Unit-

, Job For Equipment
Insblbr Offered

A job vacancy as a central of office
fice office equipment installer and re
pairer, is open to a qualified U.S.
citizen wishing a permanent position.

The qualification requirements

!nvif.t rtpnntv Forpisn Minister )ed States viewed it as a '"serious"

Afrei Gromyko, representing his j attempt to break the arms dead dead-cintry
cintry dead-cintry at the five-power disarm-, lock.
aent talks erased five years of All the western proposals are
Itted Nations disarmament nego-j based on the premise that disarm disarm-tiions
tiions disarm-tiions by proposing for the fir,stjament must be on global lines and
tie' that the issue of conventional include all ; weapons, nuclear as
a I1 nuclear arms reductions be' well as conventional. This had not
cisidered separately. I been disputed since 1951.
ources said Gromyko proposed) Gromyko was reported to have
to he representatives of the Unit- said that the long-range Kranco Kranco-ed
ed Kranco-ed States, Britain, Canada and; British program is not likely to
Fmee that limits be set on the break the 11-year-old disarmament

rnntinnal military strengm 01 aeaaiocK

French officials appeared to' be

most opposed to the Russian plan.
They argued that it leaves room
for a continued race in the most

th.Riw. Knur nlus Red China.

yplan introduced by U.S. "dis "dis-anament
anament "dis-anament ambassador" Harold
F MacKPn last week would trim

theAmerican and Russian armed powerful of all armaments a torn-

. 'fnrfi to 2V!i. million apiece an ic and hydrogen weapons.

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fiw Avianca Brochures Highisght
Erect Maps Of Major Cities ;
r d 1 I a . T I t .1 I : 11. .1..

A jew twist in airline route tors ana aisungmsnea dv meir
rotiures is making the prob-! neatness and clarity, these maps

lemt ,of getting around in a are a boon to tne iirst-ume

nurrJfr of tne wonn s mosi la-ivisn-ur io mcse ciwit-a,- wu
mous 'cities a lot easier for pas-1 prove valuable even to the
seng'is of Avianca. Colombian seasoned traveller, since they
National Airways. f, I Include almost all the lrrtport-
Aa in aid to the time-conscious1 ant buildings and landmarks in
traveler in his introduction to each city.

ment, fire, siren and disaster con-; such famous cities as New York, Of particular interest to visit-

verting call swtiches, test distribu

tors, connectors,' manual switch a
test toll boards, teletype repeaters,
adjusting brushes, checking volt voltmeters,
meters, voltmeters, ammeters,, circuit break break-era,
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fn wium-fn the civilian Pci-snnnci Divisinn bian airline serves, Avianca has

USARCARIB, Building 23, Corozal,

Hcd Crc:s

even year Aid lthe. Nu

YorkXboV it lliva todav hemic.

hit tixfaen year old Sea Scout
ntighbort learned artificial respi respi-ration
ration respi-ration inVtjd Crois first aid
eaortt. Th tcoiiit rescued th
child from drowning in neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood pond and then used ar-

imciai rnipirarion to restore nor
Nl biciathinffXTht Rod Crott

rn rna 00 jasr year teach

incliirlecl in its latest route

I brochure detailed colored street
I maps of these cities. The street
maps supplement standard maps
i showing routes to New York,

Miami, Jamaica, Bermuda. Co Colombia.
lombia. Colombia. Venezuela, Ecuador, Pa Panama
nama Panama and Europe. :
This is believed to be the first
time an. international airline

has Included in its route bro-'face

chures street maps or the1 and

of the city's" famous, but some somewhat
what somewhat complicated, subway sys system
tem system showing transfer points
from one line to another and
stops nearest major points of
Interest. The Avianca route
maps are also finding favor
with native New Yorkers, be because,
cause, because, they Include. In addition
to the subway map, an aerial
view of New York City and its
environs showings them in sur-

transportatio n arteries,


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major cities it serves. among other things, the loca-
In addition to indicatint? the I tion of all the famous theaters
maior streets and avenues of i in the Broadway area.

these great cities, the, mapsj The new route maps are avail-

shows the locations of the nrm- able aboard all Avianca aircraft

cipal hotels, theaters, embassies, 'and at the airline's New York
public buildings and points of i headquarters at 342 Madison

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gion was celebrated Friday at the American Legion Club by a large turnout of legioil-es ati'd their guests.

The 36th birthday liversary of the Pan

ama Canal Post NJ of the American Le-

From left to right are: Department Commander George Black, Jr., Mrs. Wagner, wif

mander, Atlantic Vice Commander John O'Connell and wife, Post Commander Alfred 0

of the Department Commander, Mrs. Cauv'm,, wife of Post Commander (behind Mrs. Ivin Is Madam Vasse,

wife of the French Ambassador to the Republic of Panama) Russell George Post Fina

Mr. Conrad Appin and. J. Addington Wagner, National Commander of the American lfn.

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Makes Lanky Righthander
Potential 20-Game Winner

NEW YORK, March 28 (UP) Frank Sulli Sullivan's
van's Sullivan's brilliant Grapefruit League record made him
a cinch opening: day pitcher today and a potential
20-game winner for the dark-horse Boston Red Sox.

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The towering, 26-year-old right right-bander,
bander, right-bander, who is slated to hurl a a-eainst
eainst a-eainst the Baltimore Orioles on A-

pril 17, shared American League

honors with Whitey Ford for most

victories last year with an 18-13
record. And, off his spring form,
he is almost certain to do better

this year.

Sullivan was nicked for only two
runs in six innings yesterday as
he collaborated with Ivan Delock
in cooling off even the red-hot Lar

ry Doby and giving uie Jtea ox
i 7-2 verdict over the Chicago
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Senators Send
Vibert Clarke
Back to Minors
ORLANDO, Fla., March ?I
(UP Panamanian Vibert
Clarke and Venexutlan Pompe Pompe-y
y Pompe-y Davalille of the, Washington
Senators were sent down to the

the miners yesterday with op option
tion option to 24-hour recall.
Davalille, who last year play played
ed played with the Sugar Kings In the
International League, was sent
te the Louisville club of the A A-merican
merican A-merican Association League.
Tony Roig also went along
with Davalille to Louisville.
This decision by manager
Chuck Dressen was apparently
Influenced by the fin spring
training performance Jerry Sny Snyder,
der, Snyder, who like-Davalille and Roig
plays the Infield.
Clarke who arrived at the
Sena&rt' spring training camp
with tn Impressive record in the
mlneKs, was sent te the Charlotte
club in the Sally League.

per; this year -and yesterday's

win stopped, a lour-garae Bos
ton losing streak.
' Sullivan, who had a 2.91 earn earned
ed earned run average last season, now
has yielded only two runs in 17
Innings this spring. The news
couldn't be worse for the Orioles,
whom he beat; 7-L in the 1SJ

The world champion Brooklyn
Dodgers. St. Louis Cardinals ami

Kansas City Athletics also werelfi

encouraged by stellar mound nor.


The Dodgers got four-hit Ditch-

ing from 20-game winner Don New-

combe and relief ace Clem Labine

to beat the Philadelphia Phillies,
6-2. The loss was made especially
bitter for the Phillies when third third-baseman
baseman third-baseman Willie Jones was "bean "bean-ed"
ed" "bean-ed" by a Newcombe Ditch in the

fifth inning and removed to Mor-

.ton Plant Hospital in Clearwater,


X-rays disclosed no fracture but

jones was retained in the hosmta

overnight and is feared lost to the

Phillies until the April 17 opener.

Lou Kretlow yielded two hits in

six innings and Art Ditmar lock

ed it up with a hitless three-in

mng 'job to lead the Athletics to

7-2 decision over the Detroit Tig

ers. The loss was the 13th in 17

games for the Tigers, who saw

four pitches combed for 15 hits,



Second Half Standings


Gibraltar Life


Lincoln Life ....
Seymour Aeency


Spur Cola


... -; ,d

e a 5






Gibraltar Life 2, Elks 6

Gibraltar Life AB
Hermanny, If. rf ...3
D. Snyder, p, lb ..,.2
Fraunhelm. lb,, p ..2.
Brandon, ss 3
Hutchinson, c ....... 3

Wilson, cf ..........2
Zapp, rf ..,..0
Hanna, 3b ....... ..2
Hunt. 2b i..... o

Orrr If .............3
Lombano, 2b .......2


LOS AXGELES, March 23 (UP)
State investigators today examin-

ca me irnie Diacx Dook" of match-

maxer jBabe McCoy, charged in
testimony with "fixing" fights,
splitting boxers nurses, and rhi.

iraruy appointing managers.

A special governor's committee
opened the eighth day ef its
state boxing investigation by

cnacKing me book.


is New York's boxing beat in the
era of confesions, court rooms and


Sneeial n.mi J.m.. v .k "V""""1 rarue

; tempt proceedings after Mcrnwi .j v.. f 1. .



2;.....,.. rivn.reuui(g racv-oy
iitynA 1.1. J .....

G;...ivu 1119 ictuius uver io uivesu uivesu-I
I uivesu-I frt.. 1. ..i.. i i .i

Oiiuis. me yviuj nuicamaxer nas
i H ATI I A4 1... .11. i

"ly or indirectly linking him with a
dozen alleged fight "fixes."

McCoy, who has been absent
. I from the hearings since last weak

Patterson Nop Wis for Rocky;
Challenger S anrJ Still, Lib

The Rest of tfie Being World

NEA Staff Ceri'eipendtnl

Fcr Waps Win
liOA Playoff Games
: NEW YORK, March 28 (UP I
The!: Philadelphia warriors can
nail down a berth in the final
roundi of the National Basket Basketball
ball Basketball (Association nlayoffs to-

ntRhU-and suddenly it looks as
If thejFort Wayne Pistons might
be their opponents.
The, Warriors seized a 2-1 lead

Jn the best-of-flve Eastern Divl
slon finals last night by drub

bin? ,the Syracuse Nationals,

119-9ft in Philadelphia. Theyi
can Wind up the series by feJ

peatlnc; the win tonight in Syrai
cuse. but If they lose, still wil

be picked to wjn the deciding

game tomorrow. ;

Vinegar Bend Miiell, Luis A-

rreye and Ellis Kinder, three of
manager Fred Hutchinson's key
pitchers, turned in a two-hitter
as the Cardinals scored a 2-1
triumph over the Milwaukee
Braves. The trio held the Braves
hitless through the last seven in innings
nings innings after a single by Bill Brut Brut-en
en Brut-en and Johnny Logan's double
produotd run off Mixed In the
The Pittsburgh Pirates icored

their 11th victory in 18 games
when Dick Cole singled home the
winning run in the ninth for a 5-4

decision over the Cincinnati Red Red-legs.
legs. Red-legs. A homer by Lee Walls tied
the score for the Pirates in the
eighth after early homers by Ray
Jablonski, Stan Palys and Frank!

Hobinson helped Cincinnati build

4-0 lead.

1 ,rta m liii unit

Gene Con ley

FANCY Gene Conley of Mil-

wauxee is caugnt oy tne cam-,
era In the midst of his ballet ballet-like
like ballet-like delivery during a workout
at Bradenton, training, base.
Conley recently reinjured the

jigamenw m nis right shoui shoui-aer
aer shoui-aer and may be lost to the
Braves for the season.

Clayton To Field

Experienced Team

In Pistol Matches

Thursday afternoon the T.Iks

defeated the Gibraltar Life lads
by a scor. of six to two behind

the pitchine of yount Michael

Williams who gave up two runs
in the third Inning and blank blanked
ed blanked the lead leaders for the rest

or tne game.

in the Elk' half of the first

inning thev scored i run nn

six hits and two bases on balls
given uu by the starting hurler

for Gibraltar Dickie finvder.

Gene Fraunhelm relieved Snydew

in tne nrsi inning with two out

gave up a single to the first bat-

wr co face him J. Devore, how

ever Tommy Ganele was cut

aown at the plate on the throw
in by the riehtflelder. Trann.

helm then blanked the Elks for
the resf of the game giving up
just two. hits.

22 2
Lincoln Lif 6 Police I

me rouce moved to with n a

half came of the league leaders

niofly anernoon as they down downed
ed downed Lincoln Life by a score of six
to zero.

The Police scored three rims

In the first inning on three hits

one run in the second on one

nit ana two more runs In the

uie ruin on three hits.

Gene Beck lost his second
game of the season allowing six
runs on seven hitsi walking no

one "and striking out nn nn

the mound for the police was
Leo Dehlinger who gave up three
hits to Lincoln Life, walked two

ana sirucx out nine.

due to illness, said he planned to

appear inursday with famed crim criminal,
inal, criminal, attorney Oscar Erlich of San

rrancisco. McCoy has been nurs

ing- a bleeding scar from a recent


The Olympic auditorium match
maker today declared in an ex
elusive, signed Stery for United
Press that "There is no founda foundation
tion foundation te any of these charges."
He said the hearing had failed

to call witnesses pertinent to the

accusations made against him and

Gymnasi u m.

his Dlare at

noon jnn by 1:30 he is looking
to lock up a full hour and a half

oerore normal closing time.
You walk uo Eishth A

blocks and find Tex Sullivm if.

ung tn tfte second-floor offices of
the London Sporting Club, which
ran televised Monday night shows

ai me at wicnoias Arena.

nut ao i Know' Tex says.

i m in court tying to f eht th

commission order that KO'd me

. uown a few blocks. Custy

vnimio, wno nas jnoyd ratter-

son, was naving coffee at a cafe-

D'Amato looked out the window

n Macuson square Garden, across
the street.

"Why am I so demandine?" he

spuuerea. "i got the only heavy-

.1 be surprised how many
othoeopie want to promote a
Ma -Patterson match.
. i promoter that holds the
teght H.tleLcontro11 boxins.'
ilOWA you think Mib ; T-w"




He had Joe Louis.

mat Boxing Club

The Rocks two runs ram In

the third innine. Lomhann iprt

on with a single advancing to

scucna on a passea Dan. Her

manny popped up to the first

Daseman. Dickie Snvder walked

The 23d MP Company of Fort ?ne. rIa"Pheim a?s 6

Clayton will field a team of exJJ.i"!0 p!ssj."0.dd7 BT&naon then

perienced maDchmen in the i"."' F.u.D,e oeiween lert and

forthcoming USARCARIB Pistol


A company competition last

month saw five men tmeran as

best shots In the pistol-bearing
MP company. Since the .45 pis

tol Is the basic weanon of the

Military Police, competition wag

Keen ana scores were unusually


1st Lieutenant Lawrence J.

Cipriani will cantain the team.

He has. fired in matches at Fort

Knox and Camp Gordon In the
States before coming to Panama.
SFC Christen Arnhelter, who Is

The box score:

Jim Busby homered ii the ninth J1!1 the Military Police Inter-

inning to give the Cleveland In

dians an 8-7 win over the Orioles

and the Chicago Cubs walloped 20

hits to down the New York Giants,

13-10. despite homers by Wes West-

rum and Foster Castleman.




preters Section, has been active

ior-many years in Pistol com competition
petition competition with various organiza organizations
tions organizations In the Republic of Pan

ama ai well as the Canal Zone.

Gary N. Whltinger is rated
the top shot on the team. He
fires consistently In the ,'mid
300's. As President of the Police

Science Pistol Team as Washing Washington
ton Washington State College he comDeted

In many matches with West

uoast coueges.

Donaia R. Cook anrt Chirldi

Thomas, MP Patrolmen who
have had experience in

competition in civilian life, com

plete tne rosier ior the Police


Lincoln Life Life-Beck,
Beck, Life-Beck, p
Ward, lb .....

L. French, 3b
W. French, ss

Ledbetter, cf
Nessler, rf ....
Engelke, rf ....
C. Joyner. c ...

McElhone, 2b- .,
Bowman, rf ,.,
J. Joyner, If .,
Fernandez, e. ..

Bishop, 2b .....

centerf leld scoring Lombano and

Williams was the winner giv-

k uy two runs on live nits and

vurce wains striKinor out iv

Snyder was the loser being

wrKFu wnn an six runs, al allowing
lowing allowing five hits, walking two
and not striking nut-. Ktt.

Fraunhelm allowed nn run nn

w.?illour and regis- pempsey, 3b

Asnton, ss

Browder, lb



UtlU 1IUI ""J -X- .1

that Cox was trying to "smear me w ? 1 wft0 me'ni1 anything.-They

because he is politically ambitious r i me 10 "b Hurricane Jack Jack-and
and Jack-and wants the job as the 'Czar of ?" ln n elimination bout. ; The

California boxing."




tered on strikeout.

The box score;


Stoudnor, ss

Devore. cf



Mulllns. 2b s

Uncola,. rf 4.3
Williams, p 2
Berger, lb ......... ,2
Cross, c .......3

Burtort, 3b ...3
Gangle, If i
Bleakley, x l
Hern, rf .....o



uennnger, p ,s
Prlester, If j..
T..Corrigan. 2b
Bettls, c ........Va n
Potter, c r.4...w..l i
Glazer, rf 2

2 -v
0 u
0 s


i Cln. (N) 030 100 0004 11 0

1 Pgh. 001 100 1115 2 0

0 Fowler, Black (8) and Bailey.
0 Llttlefield, R. Hall (4), Waters
0 (6). Swanson (8) and B. Hall,

0 rt.raviw w,
0 WP Swanson. LP Black.
0 HR-jablonski (Cln.), Palys
0 (Cln.), Robinson (Cin.), walls
0 (Pgh). ;

mu. uiu UUU DUU i z n
St. Louis 000 001 lOx 2 I 1

Buraeue, Gorin (8), and Cran-


winner fights Rocky Marciano for

we uue.

xney want me to take the

same television money $4,000

ini mey give Tony Baldo Ray
Drake, Jackie LaBua and a dozen

"I'm riding out this month.

ai went is going to have to

ao someining with Marciano.

wnen ne does, he will pick the
promoter and the opponent. He's

a DUSiness man. He wnn'f a witK

- v n.u.

uieso peopie across uie street Just

vrcause mey are promoters.-

mi ieua wiin Jim nnrn is

real. He's going- to go where the.

money is.
4" '.the only fighter
the public will accent aaainst Man.

ciano. I don't have tn en tn w.m

He'll come to me. I

Htuf1111 016 hevyweight
uueould happen again. It al-

Ctfown, in a. carpeted and
asn-f studded office, Weill
slipapestions with practiced
, "if is down by South Ameo
ica.riii be here the end of the
monlAl said. "Then I'll start
usm cropper about Septem.
ber. got to fight in September
ThCsto SUVS. Jarkvnn ant P.K

tersi just layin' around. They

am iosin' no interest.
"ano would murder this
Jack Well, what are Ten

goin sdo? It's up to the public.
I auto salesman. We'll i

whawhat when the correct and

prornme comes.

bag.i a tnD to Santa Mnnira

Califms as up on the heavy.'

weiusmess as anyoody.

"Ws Marciano?" he asked.
"M never seen Patter-

son 1."

Fr Florida. Max WTmn

Demi-'s booker, asked- "whir.

goin in New York? And
whatthis stuff on the coast?"

Did mean a Dossihle t J

fighf the price on Friday
nigh fight at Madison Square


J mean investigation and

said. "Fights? I never

fights any more."

reel, who formerly pro-

e saiuraay wgnt Fights.

a train from New Jersey.

oncing now ior an indus indus-t."
t." indus-t." he sad. "There", noth

ing xing right now."

Heaeumg us.
Wefsted a day finding out.


trial I,




White Sutohur 5?nrinf w v.

. r o-t

uittAj san Snead may take

anoujer cracK at th Rr ch rw.

m i. vrcu

f una uilliucr.

Mizell. Arroyo (7). Kinder i

anH CmltV, T

WP Arroyo. LP Burdette

HR Boyer (St. L).
Bkt (N) i 110 010 030 14 1
Pha. (N) i 000 101 0002 -,4i

Newcombe.. .lAhtna ... r7i ,.

t Wehmeier, Qualters (8), Llpe-

nr-vj na lionnen.
WP Newcombe. LP w.h.

meler. HR Blaylock (Pha)

Fort Wayne, down and al almost
most almost 'out, upset the St. Louis
Hawks. 93-81, last night at St.
Louis' to deadlock the West Western
ern Western Division fJnals at two
games each. ( 4
The Hawks, with the home
court "edge, had been favored to
win this one to clinch the series.
Now, when the series concludes
tomorrow night, the home court

ecige will be with the pistoners
and they'll be favored.
Philadelphia, playing before a
rpcord home crowd of 11,292, led
almnsl all ffia wav laef nirrVtt

with a 32-22 first quarter edge f

and 6-47 rat half time. When't
Syracuse tried to rally, the War-1 f
rlors ran off a string of 11 points I
In the, fourth quarter for a 96- i
.76 lead that settled matters.

Six3 Warriors scored In dou double
ble double figures, led by Joe Graboskl
with (20 points, while Ed Con Con-lin
lin Con-lin led the Nats with 19.

ft. ;

f 8ttm to be lttin atop

i .v..iH""nc puie auring a jumo
Fort Wayne, which lost the t St. Paul's Battle Creek elide,
first two games of the playoff
and now has won 'two straight,!
was l?d by George Yardley with
30 points and Bob Houbregs with' .

Jaclt Coleman led St. Louis
with 19 points while scorinp
champion Bob Pettlt was held
to 15.

Tccy Snconta 35 20
J AT 9:00 P.M.
X- On the Screen:

Paulette Goddard, ln



''cott Brady, in

William Henry Cane,

'Mr. Trolling Dies


iur William Henrv Cane.

president of Yonkers Racewav

Inc., and known in the sports

worm as "Mr. Trotting" died

yesieraay. He was 81.
Pane was hospitalized two
weeks ftero at St. Franri Hrvent.

tal here with a heart and kid

ney disease. "..
Cane was active in harness
racing as an amateur driver,
owner, breeder, promoter g;nd

iracx operator. He promoted the
world famous Hambletonian, the
top event in harness racinp. we

won the Hambletonian himself
in 1929 with his horse Walter

uear. -. ...

Diamond Diggings

By Victor Gray

K. City (A) 001 001 311-7 15
Detroit (A) 000 010 0102 2

axcuow, uitmar tv) a
Shantz. ,


Rodman Handica

Second Round

those up-

Clubs In the 195 pennant race)

Walter Was ln the const..

lion Business. He erected the
80,000 seat Boyle's 30 Acres n

jersey city for the Dempsey-

Carpentler .lights

tie was also a truste of the

Hall of Fame of the Trotter at
Goshen. N.Y.. a former memheri

or tne New Jersey Racinir nnm

mission, former vice president

or tne .National Association of
facing Commissioners and a

iormer orncer of th Wolverine

Harness Raceway near Detroit

ana tne Micnigan Racing Association.

Cane maintained homea n

uosnen, N.Y., and Miami Beach
and an apartment In .Terspv


Can the Red Sox do it thU voar9

That's the question makingrthe

rounas among thousands of nav.

ing Fenway Park patrons.
Ever -since 1946. when the Car.

mine Hose? walked away with the
American League bunting by the

rraicuious margin oi 18 games

amy 10 aisappoinj in uie fall clas classic
sic classic by losing to Harry 'the Cat"
Brecheen and the St. Louis C.trA.

inals owner Tom Yawkey has

teen trying to make It up with the
fans by producing some of the fin finest
est finest players that his money could

acquire, only to end up falling

Along The Fairways

Betty Havter wmvt.ha' Phsm.

pionship flight of the Sprrri!?
Handicap Tournament while
Harriet Sercer won th firct

flight, in 4 the consolation round
Bea Fish will play Bey DiWer.
At the regular u-ppktu laHioc

tournament, Ethel Perantie won
low Gross with a 77 and Pearl
Sims, Bey.Dilfer and- Rohhii

Hughes came y in first, second
Ji4.-tiUrd-.iot.ioiiL.aet. prises J.

This year's Red Sor Is

tion to all other Sox clubs. Packed
with power on the field.- caoable

reserves on the bench, and a nhh.

uk sian ioaaea witn experienced

pneners, Boston, with a few breaks
should be in the thick of the fight.

For the, first time In several
seasons, the House will be MmuH

with the great Ted Wffliams'in'the
line-UO on nneninc 1aw With

opienaia apiinter" powering the
horsehide with his accustomed au authority.
thority. authority. Boston hurlers will mnrt

or less get some kind of cushion
to work with.
The Red So mound mme

by tall Frank Sullivan, winner

oi jlo games last year, is Indeed a
formidable array. Righthanders
Bob Porterfield, who came to the

nuo rrom wasnmgton m a trade
last winter. Ike Delopk. WiliarH

Nixon, Tom Brewer, Dick Sisler.

Billy Susce and reliefer Tom Wiirrf-

plus southpaws Bill Henry, Frank
Baumann, Leo Kiely, Mel Parnell

on whose shoulders rest the task

imi-uwg xiea 6o x victories.
In the Infield are two first base-
JhAhTft iuld be of useto 5
club in the leacue Wo Nnrm r...u

m, whodespite a low batting aver average
age average last year, knocked in

thejSenators with a lifetime bat batting
ting batting averase of nvr m ... tu.

gentlemen. The rest of the infield
is comprised of BiUv finm.

second, Ted Lepcio or Grady Hat
ton at third and Billvi Kia.,V r

'.cwvuiuer won uuddin takiog over
tte short stop post. Ted Lepcio
Billy Consolo and nilr r..-i

lln VV1UCU fllC

mv tcaerves.

Outfielders f we

?."!8) ,-!? ecess to the Boston

L-J1. lea wuiiams, the

umi .inner m Baseball holding
left field, Jim Piersall iS
center, and Jackie Jensen in-right,
the i Sox still have to worry where
and when to play Faye Throneber-I

j, iu vmpnieit ana Gene Ste Stephens.
phens. Stephens. Marty Keough from Louis-j

viue, youngster with a

rating is being given a lot of at attention
tention attention by the Boston management.

roytax, Tieienauer (7). role

man (8), 8tump (9),ind Wilson.

wriprewow. JJVFoytack.

Boston (A) 100 010 2217 in

Chi. (A) 000 110 0002 7

11 suuivan, Deiock (7). and

a. euuivan.
Fischer, Stuffel (8), Wrew (9)

rJ?Z-T- Sullivan. Lp-stuflel.

jxtv oawatsKi (Chi.).

Bit. (A)
Cle, (A)

Ferrarese, Locke
(8) and H. Smith.

200 120 200 7 12 0

12U 110 0218 12 1

(7), Dorish

Maelie. Mossl f5) Da lav ret

and Naragon. J
WP Daley. LP Dorish no.

rrancona LOCkUn (Cle),
Busby (Cle).

The second round of the Rod

man Handicap Tournament pro-

""Y acirem upseia. "Banaoag-
Be5 JY1 hot H'oss 71 to up upset
set upset Oliver. Oliver liad a rrnT.

nnMaaak a A tf a. a a i

5lu, A 43 DUl nta W aTlye away
5 strokes which wa ail w

; i w matcn on th

ma noie.
On the distaff atria e,,i

Iiyan defeated Ann Todd to take
the chamDionshin of t.h t.ohu.

division, inis matcn was really
an upset as Sully finally troke
1 Ml Oik A a 1 a

iuu. .ouo icKea a gooa Gay lor

Harry Hochstadt finally lost a
match in club comnetittnn hi

Jack White defeated Jilm 4 and

The palrintrs" for the

ana inis week's result in.

Championship Flight
Wise vs Harrison
Bean vs Rltter



I. rst FUght -.,
Holt vs McGlnnis
Best vs Young
Second Flight
Hudson ys Helm
White va Chapin

Ladies First FfJght

(finals) .... .
Stempel vs Marge Haiy

ona Round Results

ampionahip Flirht

upset OUver l up: Harrl.

red Lund 1 up; Bean de-

Shanholtz 3 and 2 and

Ritt eliminated Pyffer 1 up.
H defeated Johnson 2 up;
McC lis was a 3 and 2 winner
ovei cCue; Best tflat Bell 3 and
2 ai Young took Shaw on the
lStliole for a 1 up win.
1 Second Flight
mon eliminated Lonr 4 and

3; ftn defeated McNulty Sand
2; lite beat Hochstadt 4 and
3; Otpin upset Melnick 1 up.
Ladles Championship
I (Final Result)

In Sullivan over Ann Todd

Ladies First Flight


en Stempel over, A. T. Web-

lup. Marge Hazy over Sue

2 no.

I semi-final rounds must be

coipleted by 6:30 p.m. April 1. .-:


Beer IMcs Oldsl

Favorite To Win
Marbla Classic

TS.fIGAJ?:.En8,l!ind. March '28
(UP) Betting men put their
moneyon George Maynard, 84


Sam White. a a ha

up with the best, and his assistants
will probably he Pt nolo,,

mjhtou auuivan.

OUr OPmion. the onlv vnlnar.

suoi on me Knstnn rinh n.,M

be the infield, where last season
quite a number of games were lost
because of the failure of the Sox
inner cordon to come up with that

mucn needed double play,
The Red Sox rate thus:
PITCHING: Rood- tvftft n

rair;- OUTFIELD: Powerful

vmwimu. uooa; riiNi&H: Third

today to win the world's marble
championship on Good Friday,

aiwiuugn ne nas aiwava hn an

aiao-ran. ;:i : "; - rr"
A Pint if beer weighed the
odds ln Maynard's favor.
Despite the protests of local
clergy, the ban on drinking on
Good Friday was relaxed to al

low me retired woodcutter to
have his pint of beer when he
knuckles down.
"I can onlv nlav marhlea wh an

meres a Dint or hear Kv mv

aiuc, sam jwaynara. 'DOffi
seem natural otherwise."

Flinchini Makes Far Misting
Sheeting Editor ;
OUR hnntinff nnnnlstinn

r-,-..uuu.i, -. B,iurr
thmg over 15 million individuals F'



Allnf Ic; TcenIoopL:

Posfes Gimas

Unlil 15x1 Vc

in 1955, is beset by one of the most h

ravaging and frustrating diseases
known to man: Flinchitis. I
.This malady attacks many
thousands of hunters, giving theml
the shakes, the finger-jerks, the
shoulder-jumps, and causing their

same oags w couapse into an

avuic auiie oi empuness. r
Not to be confused with buck
fever, an illness striking the same
group, flinchitis has a similar end
result, that of complete frustration

we've developed a chase of
hitis before a trip, no matter

t the cause, we aren't enini tn

let it or recover suddenly hist

use there's something with

and horns on it in the sights.

linchitis is a subconscious

g, an automatic anticipation of

t we nave tome to thmk of as
ainful kick;, and though we

y; not at the time recognize it.

trigger-jerk of the shoulder
ch will be there, shovin? the

hts off the big six-point bull,
-es cures it bv triving hi Aw&e

light rifle, one of the new 8 mm.

jfbs that pack so much killin e

pfinch but so little recoil, and

Officials of the Atlantic Tenn-
Officials of the Atlantic Tew
postpone the three remaining
games en the schedule until next
week in observance of Holy
Monday, April 2, C.P.P. will
play M.R.A.
Tuesday, Buick meets C.P.O.
- Friday the final game of the
league- will be played between
the league leading C.P.O and
Mottas who are deadlocked Jer
first nlaea.

to the nimrod. He can't hit nut-.ffroducing his flinching dude

bin', just within. .'.:,-:-.. r--. few to on the lange,-
Les Bowman, who 1 from hia'f Les loads the rifle but every
L. B. Ranch outside of Cody, Wyo iw n4 then ne Jst sim.y fails
outfits a dozen or more hunteri JP Put 10 a cartridge Then, when
each all into some of the finest !he' Ahicher realizes he h a s
elk and mule deer country on the fimme(l his shoulder forward or
continent. finir. at Jerked on the trieser in tnticina-

- -"O J V .111,9 UIIC U 1 -
be a sort of professor on flinchtis i.on Df nothing more than the
He can diagonose it at 40 roads cliclc tne striker falling there's
and. at least in some cases, work Opportunity for a bit of therapy,
out a cure. a mighty insensitive individ-
Causes? Too big a rifle-, as far Ua' wh0 cini en realize, usual
as the big came hunter ia ion..! h- with a sickly grin, that unwar-

ed; or painful range experiences, "ated fear of the weapon has -with
a rifle that probably was too Dcen makinK him miss,
big for the individual in the first Witn the trouble recognized, he
place. We all differ in mir ahit n usually go on to pick off his r

to take gun-kick. Some frail souls Rlu'ey or his 'antelope satisfac
shudder at the miM ki torily encured at least for the mo

of a .270: some like mvsif ttent. ;

have either no sense or no feeling t Z ; " ,-

vu gci uu aozen oencn rest.- wn iv.c

rounds from a .375 before. heii n-" flalianfa : f avion Kfk .' XlaaA

ning to shoulder the buttstoatnr. u1a k. rJi.nt.

w u u ntl:Patm of the jar of Future Book for the Kentucky Der- 7
t acq, shot. 'by v

i f



i: PiXASLi A'.irrJC.'.N .AN rNDFTENDEXT PAHI KrwsPArrrt tv
fi:: i
efa Will Hce
To Come
Pacific Women's
Softball League.
From Bolstred -Pitching

"si! iv, Mino a, 1


By HARRY GRAYSON fcs .tojes with more eagerness
$an tijnt. '..-
(NEA) -Summer and the CUT BACK I BRANDT, tt, waa the
ball have come early for the CrSlostVluable-Rookie in the Inter Inter-dinal
dinal Inter-dinal rccurits. national Leairue. but is itrlcftr a

The training' season h Httg mat who hasn't enough power

more than half finished, but ita play the outfield. Billy Jurges
already mid-August for the pherjjoueht he had the hands of an in-

menons you heard were ipnnklf.eMer, but when tried at third
throughout the far-fiunz St. Lwfcase, and particularly shortstop,

National League chain. They' the Omaha lad who looks like Mi Mi-had
had Mi-had it for this year, as far as t:key Mantle hardly was at home
parent club is concerned. there.
Fred Hutchinson, the new ma with Houston, Hal Smith ted
ager. already has decided thfexas League catchers in every

the old lineup Is the best one. thing but hitting. A highly Intel-

There were high expectations ficent receiver who mines his
the outset for Infieldcra Don Blalimitations, the 23-year-old Arkan Arkan-ingame
ingame Arkan-ingame and Dick Schofield, Onas developed somewhat as a bat bat-fielder
fielder bat-fielder Jack Brandt and Catcher In "55. He believes he can help
Hal Smith. There was some hopy hittiny behind the runner, etc.,
that Tom Alston, the stringbefcut the trouble with him as a

first baseman, would live up to Kardinal is that he won't e t
JlOO.OOO price tag, or that J rrauch chance as long as Bill Sarni

Cunningham would reeain t rt, t and shows a little life.

home run range which enah Tom Alston can't hit a ball close

him to break in so spectacularly 0 his hands and they've given up
1954. b Joe Cunningham.
.. ... ... i So. It's the same old cast, and

. ih. Ki .(ffM.i,.H4 k... nave to come. from a bolster-

front office has sought for yea? Pttchin8 ufL
and suckers for left-hand DitcheiL . .

with which, they themselves afllarrilfK Htflrtflfl


blasincame; h is so fBv Flia Of Coin
that they call him The Blazer. iff.. WVI"

Mississippi Kid .snonstoppea i LOUISVILLE (NEA) Except
the playoff-winning Houston clifor the flip of a coin, and the way
of the Texas League in 1954, lag hit. there might never have

year was tne American Associhpou a rp known as th Derbv.

tion's Rookie-of-the-Year and K a About the time that King George
Star second baseman. But the bc was failing to put the squeeze

wey can give mm nere ai ai L,aron the stubborn colonists in this

icid on uie at, Petersburg wate-punt three-year-old race at

, front is- that he might be taken mile and a half wa auifsested

, loni for the ride as a utility mafe London, and enthusiastically ac-

D.asuiKame s rra is a iepted. A coin was tossed to de de-strong
strong de-strong enough for s h 0 r t s 1 0 p,, whether the event would hen hen-reads
reads hen-reads the report. "His future lie Coloned St. Leger or the Twelfth
in second basing and as a toaqjarl of Derby.
off man." t ; viThe coin fell In favor of the
Some, felt that. Duckie .Schofielqfcari, so the line of Derbies was
was ready for major league shorgtarted.
stopping at 21 after spending mo -.
of last season with Omaha, b CHAIN STILL UNBROKEN
the bonus baby continued to swtni St. Louis (NEA) The Card Card-for
for Card-for the fences with all his fivftals lead the National League in
feet nine and 160 pounds, a njn inor league club affiliations,
right now schooled observers sKThey have 1.



CLOSE QUARTERS Referee Frank Udvari climbs them in shower of shaved ice as Gordie Howe
of Red Wings sends Toronto's Gordie Hannigan into the boards during Stanley Cup play at the
Detroit Olympia. Hockey becomes even rougher when they're shooting for the biggest prize of all.

Atlaic Twi
Game Tonight


tthnlll on


Standings, Marcb 27

Glud Agencies Stars .9 2

tlgnal 6 3 2
IB 1 1 m

American -region ,.,.D o o4,2

ICervecerta ....,...,.3 8 8
26th Engineers 3 8 6

Atlantic Twilight Baseball
- (Play-off Series)


Army Atlantic




Adams, p 3 2 1 1
Veres, lb .. ... .3 0 0 14
Nedrow, 2b ...... 3 11 2
Knissell, If 2 0 1 0
Williams, rf 2 0 0 1
Togashi, cf 3 0 2 1


Alfredo Aleman Jr. ..9 2
Arsi Cola ....... 5 6

T. A. T. Bridgeston A ,6
C. Nacional ..........4 8

Alfredo Alemn Jr.
1956 Champions


With the final game of the
1956 season in the Pacific Wom

en's Softball League slated for
this afternoon, at the Santa
Cruz Ball Park, the Alfredo Aln Aln-man
man Aln-man Jr. girls softball team will
be crowned the 1956 champions
In a pre-game ceremony sched scheduler
uler scheduler for 5:00 p.m.

xrus iinai game win also De
Important tar the TA.T. Brldge-

stpners because they will need

this victory in order to main maintain
tain maintain the second position in this
loop. :

Highiiehtina: the pre-eame

ceremony will be distribution of

the 1956 trophies to the cham

pions, runners up, third place!

nnisnerj, lourth piac ilnlsti-l

ers and batting and pitching

"Ten-Leading Hitlers"


.27 4 6 21 2

1 AB
R. Allen (TB) ..-..'.33

0:E. Lyder (CN) ,...38
0; J. Boyd (AC) ......27
0 O. Reyes (A)) ....32

V. Austin (AA) ....28

26th Eng. ...010 101 14
O. Agencies ..100 101 03

Glud Agencies is finding

pace a lot tougher In this late
part of the season than in the

- dim ct"iy otoKca. leavciuBjr mccion tt.i r
'dropped a thrlllinB 4-3 match to L. HUzinger.

Tonight's Game
Powells vs Army Atlantic (final)
By Trevor Simons


MIAMI -.HACtt.As usualthti Yankees strategy :fortht
oTfroachmg bat and bail camwn calls lor gHting then justest
iiiirino moitesti-Ihey are the deep in almost erie'ru position.
Ana. old x,ase would seem to tie but oneproblem... .whether
10 open the World Series wiWord or Turley. ' u
1 .fhe possibility that what Sow lntendea as profound re re-nectlon
nectlon re-nectlon might later be mocked lurid exaggeration by tht real realities
ities realities of field action is freely cofded, baseball being not unlike
Mexican lotteries, shipboard rdnces and Cape Cod auctions
as to the element of cnance.
"" .JJE,ra 80 the Yankees are finitely improved. They have
added a at&rUng pitcher In Mfice McDermott, a left-nander
acquired from Washington at riacrllice In material. Ted Wil Williams
liams Williams saya 1 he snould win 15 18, and Chuck Dressen. who
here 1 year, eoncuile has been Impressive, down
A year ago at this time, B( Turley was the pitching new new-1
1 new-1 Mier .w'Al 'a make the 'SXennania mere jormaliiy, and
tM-Pouni righUhan41rom Baltimore won 17 and
f st 13 in Ktriking out 210 hittefyobodi) mistook him for Wal Walter
ter Walter Johnson,:. orRed Rujing, Uer. Jor that matter.
T? an potatoes 8cA is his last ball All he has
to do to win big is to rear bac und let it go. But somewhere
oiong the line last summer, he 4 the idea this teas crude and
tulgar, that he might to be moricientiic, So he began experi experimenting
menting experimenting with sliders, knucklers,6rewballs and such.
One of the more complex andelicate problems of the train train-trig
trig train-trig period has been to persuadSurley that he can win more
games with his arm than ht3 het Turley has trouble with his
controf, anyway, and that's all ttmore reason he should con concentrate
centrate concentrate on a simple pitching pdern.
.B.ob,r!m also could be a bi wlnner. lt Is agreed that his
20-6 in '54 Is more representative his true form than hia 7-5
last season, and he appears phjically sound; at the moment.
Can Tommy Byrne do it again? ie can if he hangs on to his
control And U Whltey Ford Isn, the best pitcherHa the AL,
What the trade calls a "deejoench" has been a dominant
factor in tne success of recent yakee teams. In order to make
substitutions and tactical shifts ithout appreciably weakening

u-uy regimes personnel in: is both competent and ver


The Scooteii Role

.The current Yankees appear be uncommonly well equlp-
( ped In thls respect, and since tfe! manager has a fetish for
piatoonlng based on the lefty-rlpty doctrine a great variety
- of defensive and offensive alignmats may be expected. Indeed,
so infinite are the possibilities tht even Stengel may not be
aoie to exhaust them. That happen last season you know, and
. he had to use Hank Bauer behind the bat.
The Yankees had Bills Martin fa only 20 games last season.
Now he's umilable for lbl He met U their only infielder to
start and finish in the same positiaU.and the odds are against
tnat, too. first baseman Joe Collin is never surprised when he
finds himself tn right field. Bill S:owron's tool chest includes
ooth first base and ihird base mitt, Gil McDougald will start
AV,eal07! at 5hort- Where he'u ttish may be something else.
: And in. between times he's likely to seen at second and third.
Phil Rizzuto's days as a reguUriare ended; If McDougald
cant make ft Billy Hunter will get the nail. He's a J30 hitter
cr tist, bu. .ie can make the plant, and being younger, will
cover ynore found. A fugitive frorrithe missing persons bureau
named Tony tlubek is even listed ahtad of Rizzuto.
What's going to happen to the little guy? Nothing. He'll
spend the season laughing in the di?out, then take over In the
World Series, as he's been doing for decadex
" 'I
Hornsby Was Tardy
The Yankee brass think this 1 t.M vm Mirkev Mantis

come into nis own as one of the truly great players of the game.
They point out (1) this is the first spring lie's been all in ene
piece, (2) he Is less sensitive to hecklers, and (3) he's more re restrained
strained restrained at the plate, going after fewer bad balls, striking out less.
. He had a big season last year, tut it was big only in a
relative sense. Be hit .306, drove in 99 runs and whacked 37
nrnners, leading the league in muscled He played 147 games,
closest he's yet come to a full schedule, This is his fifth big big-league
league big-league season coming up and he'll be 25 in October,.
Most of the greats don't wait that long to prove that they
are extra special A conspicuous exception was Rogers Hornsby.
At 24, in hh fifth year as a Cardinal, he tore the National
nTi?paS!i he hit -370 then had a consecutive run of
! -397, .401, M4, .424 and 403.
Mantle never looked .better JbJLihtJong balL with great
ci consistency. The Yankee brass could be right. It wouldn't be
the first time.

The final game of the 1956
Atlantic Twilight League cham

pionship playoff series, rained

out last Monday night, has been

rescheduled for tonight at 7:30
at -Mfc1- Hope Stadium. The two

competing teams, defending
chamDlons and first half win

ners. Powells, and the winners

of the second half of play, Army
Atlantic, will be throwing their

full force of attack Into win

ning this one and winding, up
the season's champions for '56.
Only, two pitchers have .seen
action thus far in the series and
1 J 111..!., i U -1 .nll,fl.

Ik 15 nut unci; uiat iUMiiiu a
game will present ans changes

on tne mound. Gioson has ton
ed both games for Powells, win

nlng the first by a 6-2 count,

and drooping a close 1-0 deci-

sion In a 9-winnine affair last

week Thursday.- Both times he
was opposed by Klussman, start

of the Army mound-staif.

It hag probably been several
years since two teams, so even evenly
ly evenly matched, have met for a
playoff r series In the Atlantic
Twilight League. Both teams

boast good pitching and power

laaen onenses. Not even tne

seasoned experts are naming 1
favorite for tonight's big same,

The scheduled starting time
of the game has been changed
from 7 to 7:30 p.m. at Mfc Hope



University Park, Pa. (NEA)

renn Mate s wrestlers have drop dropped
ped dropped only six decisions in the last
six years of dual competition.
Sarasota, Fla. (NEA Ted
Williams has hit 14 grand slam
home runs in his major league

26th Engineers

Turk led off for the Engineers

with a pop up which Bob Dunn
caught Carluccl got on via Bill
de la Mater's error, worked his
way around to third, where he
was caught squatting. Stock
caught Russell's line drive on
the fly, touched third base com

pleting an unassisted double
play with Carluccl standing on
the base path too startled to

try to scramble back to the

base. McArthur doubled for the

Stars, went to third on a passed

ball ; and scored when Pescod
grounded out. f
Adams evened the score- in
the second when he walked, took
second on a passed ball, stole
third; and crossed home plate
when T.awver allowed nn nf

Pescod'a tricky pitchers to get
past him.
Adams singled In the fourth
and scored from second when
Nedrow lined a single to left
field. Larry "Over the Fence 'i
Jones hit to deep center for a
singleton (one-run homer) which
tied the score In the lower half.!
The Engineers set the pare1
with Nedrow scoring In the 6th
and Lawyer tielng it up foe tha
Stars, Turk walked in the sev-i
enth and scored on Russell's
Glud trailed 4-3 when Bill
Stock marched to the plate In!
the 7th. Stock lost a 60-yard;

dash down the first base path
by a slim margin, Russell's
throw from third reaching a
split second before he did. Mc McArthur
Arthur McArthur sent a screamer over sec second
ond second base, with extra bases writ written
ten written all over It. when Nedrow's

alove got in the way. Pescod I

swung lustily at his second of offering
fering offering and Adams gathered in a
weak roller to the mound. A
short throw to first made his
3rd win a fact.

The box score:

2Bth Enr AB It H TO E

Turk, c ......,,,..3 1 0 10
Carluccl, ss .......4 0 0 1 0
Russell, 3b i......4 0 10 0

Glud Agencies
Cc. McArthur, rf 3 1 I I

2 J. Pescod, p ...... 4- 0 0 0
3 L. Jones, cf ......3 11 I
,C. Giavelli, If ... .3 0 I 2

the'B. Lawyer, c 11 0 2

ft. Dunn, zb 3 0 0 2
V. Melant, lb ....3 0 1 9
W. De la Mater, ss 2 0 12

.10 0 0
.2 0 1 2

B. Stock, 3b


A. Griffith CN)
A. Blades (TB)
J. Morale. (AC)

0 G. Talt (AC) ...
0 V. Walker (CN)
0 v



H Avar,

16 .485




The Mills Cricket Club came
through with its first win of the ly batsman

season last Sundaj

.421 ; V J x If I X
385 . Jy l IS
.368 "'' V V I A V

',. .,...... .... f t

to hit double figures' route


av at Rainhow i:i-lllU) as Dowicrs j:

it t it itv bv hanrlilv dpfpitins th( Wan- sarnerea ( wicseis iur iu

. Stolen bases: Adams. 2" base
hits: c. McArthur. Home runs:

Jones. Doubleplays: ,-Nedrow,
Veres, Stock. Sacrifice hits: Mc-

deres C.C. Displaying a

brand of fielding coupled

suddenly effective trundling crops,

s 1 i c k' M. Brown, 2 for 11, and ,J,
with a band, 1 for 11.



In its turn, the Mills club amass amassed
ed amassed fiu runs for the loss of 9 wick-

32 cts with J. Cole, 16 not out, and L.

run total. rinorne, 14, lop-Bconng.
The veteran Marcus Clarke, said effective however, was the bowl-

to be making a comeback with the ing of Reyes Escalona (7 for 291

the Mills' men proved unbeatable
on the field as the opposing side

Artnur, Lawyer. Bases on balls was skittled out for a mere

off: Adams 0, pescod 4. Struck Struck-out
out Struck-out by: Adams 1, pescod 0. win-

lng pitcher: Pescod (0-1). Um-'hoDe of being on tht selection' and old man "Sooner" Lynton (2 only two present-day ;. champion

Dire: Methpnv. Time" i-is SnnrJwhirh will nlav aaint th Knu-for 18). whose efforts doubtless who have not been knocked out-

en "home. ilish team on April 7, was the on-kept the win from becoming

Scheduled for play this Sunday

April 1st, are the following match.
es: Excelsior vs Wanderers at'
Mount Hope Surrey vs Midland
at Rainbow City. ..
. ''"

New York (NEA) -Rocky Mas-

ciano and Ray Robinson are the

a at one time in their careers.


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Arab Nations
Still Debate
U.S. Proposal


fan mm mm

'March ITV AsnerK-andete-ta'.es
invited Israel's Arab neigh

bors to ask the I'nited Slates to-;
da trt tvtU out in detail what
anted C. N. Secretary Genera!
Pa.; Hammir.ktold to do a the
ar-threalcned Middle East.
Lrbxnon, Syria. Jordan and E-.
pypt were asked to fpeak in J
the;r own behalf on the U S, pro-!
posal to dispatch Hammerskjold to
the Eastern end of the Mediter-'
ranean to make a personal effort
to relax the tension.
British and American delegates;
refused in advanct of the Seeuri-t
ty Council debate to speculate on
what the outcome would be. j
Itratl declared in favor of tha

mission, fcgypr ais was Known

"Let the people know the. truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.

"st VEAR









In Anti-Aircraft Missile Battle
WACUfVrTAW It 0 T TT i 1 tin, Ia f k K At. J t- 4 L T W J f J Tt . 1 TU V ...... It J i. J.

k f r a th atact ittk "ji'v iiaaii.ii to lUJ i iai.iiiS w me icscaitu, ucveiuy uie u ii aeu oldies miu it u s a s i ... uic ncaiings were caueti iu ue-
to m in favor ot rnt pfict-iti The Army today appeared to ment. enuineerine and Droduction Militarv clanners as vet have de- termine which service has the bet-

ina tria. But OThor AfOO nftTlont k,.,- M1M .: -. j J ,. ? ..u.,

. iiic wuii at icflM m it-mum at v vim


of guided missiles, except those vised no defense against them.

tory in its battle with the A ir already in use by the armed serv- But Sen. Henry M. Jackson (D-1

"- itS multi-hillinn rinllar Nik mis. Up caiH Mnrnhroa whn will hnnafnl" ahnut on snti.miccila nrn.

refused to diaclot their atand

The United States, backed

Britain and France, had hoped to sjje svstem

pet Security Council clearance ion stili bs,,!,, however, was

the trm ast Monday, ine Arao

nations do not have a vote on the
Council but Russia's Arkady a.
Soholev postponed a vote Jtor them.
AhouEh the Council ordered

the debate for today, at Russian s

the basic question of which the
Army or Air Force ultimately
will have the primary mission
of anti-aircraft defense of the U
nited States.

in an attempt to get an answeri

serve without compensation while' ject it has underway. He said it
on leave from the Esso firm, will 'has already done "substantial

concentrate on the development! work" on the weapon

ot tne tone-ranee intercontinental

ballistic missile.

The Defense Department


insistence it put off a vote on the ( this question, a Senate Armed

U. S.


resolution until next Tues

Meanwhile, ntw ground and
air ihooting incidents wtro rt rt-porttd
porttd rt-porttd along the Egyptian Is Israeli
raeli Israeli bordtri.
The Soviet Press accused Is Israel
rael Israel of frying to Increase ton ton-sion
sion ton-sion and "perhaps" start war
in the Middle East.
An Egyptian military spokes spokesman
man spokesman said Egyptian anti aircraft
batteries opened fire on an Israeli
plane which flew over east Gaza.
The plane was forced to "escape'
into Israeli territory, he said.
The spokesman also announced
.. i: J Tt.njilt0 DV

mat tgypiians aim
chnnged rifle fire across the bor border
der border of the El Auja demilitarized
zone. He said three tsrsc!: mili military
tary military vehicles approaches the bor border
der border and opened fire on an Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian observation post.
The spokesman said the Egyp Egyptians
tians Egyptians returned the fire and fort fort-d
d fort-d tho Israelite withdraw. He
said there was no Egyptian ca-

An Israeli military spokesman
eivit different version of the

clash. He said the Egyptians open opened
ed opened fire on an Israeli patrol half a
mile inside Israel. The patrol re returned
turned returned the fire and the Egyptians
began firing mortars, he ald
The exchange lasted three hours
and the Israeli patrol suffered no

casulties, the spokesman said.
Come Live With Me
And Be My Love. ..

services subcommittee announced

today it will call Defense Depart Department
ment Department officials to explain why the

Army is developing one type of

anti-aircraft missile system and
the Air Force another.
Defense Secretary Charles E.
Wilson meanwhile moved to spend
development of offensive ballistic

Wilson yesterday announced ap appointment
pointment appointment of Egtr V. Murphree,
president of Esso Research and
Engineering Co., to be missile
"Czar," with the particular av
signment of pushing develop development
ment development of th : intercontinental bal ballistic
listic ballistic missile.
Wilson told a news conference
that as his special assistant Mur Murphree
phree Murphree "will be given whatever au authority
thority authority is necessary to get the
guided missiles job done."
In his new post, Wilson said,
Murphree will be in charge of all
Defense Department activities re-

Jackson made the statement
after a meeting of a Senate Armed
Services Subcommittee which is
looking into the missile programs

of both the Army and Air force.

been under considerable coneres

sional fire recently for its guided

missile program.
Ballistic missiles can be fired

from guni like a shell at targets

ttibtisands of miles away.
Equipped with atomic war war-heads,
heads, war-heads, they would come crash crash-ing
ing crash-ing down on target cities at sev several
eral several times the speed of sound.
It has been suggested that the

appointment of a civilian "missile Two Italian Line sister ships

czar' would speed this country were slated to pass tnrough tne
whole guided missile program and Canal within one day of each
expedite the development of the other.
ballistic weapons. Yesterday the Marco Polo 8 r-

Long-range ballistic missiles, of- rived In Cristobal from Italy

Sister Italian
Ships Passing
Through PanCanal

ten termed the "ultimate weapon,"
are now being developed by both

VFW Post 3835
Elects Officers)

At a meeting held Monday night
in the home of UFW .Post 3835, of officers
ficers officers were elected: post com commander
mander commander Sol J. Kaplan, senior vice
commander David H. Searle Jr.,
junior vice commander William R.
Stairs, quartermaster Michael P.
Mikulak, post advocate George A A-lexander,
lexander, A-lexander, post chaplain Tommy E.
De Grant, three year trustee Joe
Galloway Sr., post surgeon James
T. Wimpee, house committee chair chairman
man chairman John H. Tverstol. i

ine following onicers were ap-

by Kaplan: post adjutant

Cast For New

Theatre Guild
Play Announced
Members of the cast for, "King
of Hearts," the next Theatre Guild
production, were announced today
by Len Worcester, who will direct
the play scheduled for April 23. )
Cast members are: S a n d r a
Kaufman, John An is ton, Jim
Stuart, R alph Edmondson and
Keith Glickenhaus.'
Tickets will go on sale shortly,
Worcester said.

w 1 1 n about 220 passengers.
Bound for Ecuador and Peru the
10,000-ton passenger ship left
early this morning.
Tomorrow, her sister ship, I
Usodlmare is due to arrive at
Balboa Jate in the afternoon. I

B'"?itaKM22?p.Men!,e?i ArmV made an

for Venezuela and Spain, and is

arriving here irom Chile.
Solon Urges House
To Utilize TV

- Rep, Martha W. Griffiths (D (D-Mich.)
Mich.) (D-Mich.) proposed today that the

House permit the televising and

Droadcasting of its session
those of its committees, i

ter anti-aircraft guided missile.

Jackson said tho Army in in-1
1 in-1 eluded in its presentation a re

port on the proposed weapon to i

knock down attacking missiles.
He gave no details.
Two three-star generals, armed
with plastic models and a .multi .multitude
tude .multitude of charts, gave the subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee the Army's arguments for
expansion of its Nike guided mis missile
sile missile system at key target areas in

the United States and at overseas

bases. (

Later, the subcommittee heard
two two-star generals from ; the
Air Force report on the merits of

the Navy-developed Talos missile.
The subcommittee forced the
showdown after learning the Air

Force planned to install the Talos

at some of its Strategic Air Com Command
mand Command bases.
Members said it m a d e no
sense to expand the Niko svs

tem if the Talos was a better
On the other hand, they said, it
was pointless to set up a competing

missiie system u tne Nike was

Jackson and subcommitteee chair

man John Stennis (D-Miss.) said


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luiniDtna ur uui sioui muurz, eaiboa, and one of th
nard of the 7461st AU Signal Company, Fort Clayton, trek th

actcu.HUH! inivc uiey toon, near tne Maaaen Forest Preser
practiced setting up an overnight camp in order to tiretiare t
tnct Boy Scout Camporee to be held at Fort Sherman in Apr

Boys State Instruction Be; s Fruit

; In Tight Race For Pilitical Pk

leaders Pvt. William May May-;h
;h May-;h the jungle during a re re-While
While re-While on the hike the boys
selves for the coming Dis Dis-(U.S.
(U.S. Dis-(U.S. Army photo)

Political fever mounted in Cross-,
roads today as the Federalist and

Nationalist parties nominatedl

their candidates for state offices

Twelve girls and 13 boys includ

ing a set of boy and girl twins

presentation" of its role in the
missile field. Sen. Francis Case

(R-S.D.) commented that the Army
"made more of a,;ease for Nike
than I had expected."
They said the Army officials dis discussed
cussed discussed plans t beef up existing
missile installations with an im improved
proved improved version of the weapon
knowns Nike II.

" . , I Will I VI V

xne newer moaei wouia .nave Martin, Jr., of Fort

Little League

Boys 13, Girls 12

and began vigorous campaigns td

win me support of the voters.

.Joseph C. Galloway,? Lockport
city councilman, won the nomina-!
tion of the Nationalist party for

me guoernaionat race.

He will be ODDOsed bv the mnv.

or of Lockport. James W a t o n

who won the Federalist Party pri primary
mary primary election for the same offiee

A rthrMS w- lrel Cs3-bserve rated the outcome ol
fnfCe!-? toss-up, and in.

iia m it at f ?u"'- 'n0De!endent poU showed that tht
Hamil on (Nationalist) in the raceMies were elnslv m,tohn

Governor's eves of the voti-


much ereater ranpp and wrtnld ho

and capable of carrying atomic war-



LONDON. March 2& (UP) A.

v Fleet slowed to & stop today (pointed

on the rockv road of matrimony. George Alexander and officer

He testified In court tnat nts; the day Kenneth v. B. Fowler.
wife: j' The following officers were re-
Smeared butter on the walls cently elected to the Ladies Auxi Auxi-he
he Auxi-he had just papered ana told liary: president Mabel Alexander,
htm to do th Job over again. Iscnior vice commander Ruth A.
Rat un with a carvlnr knife Mikulak. junior vice commander

and threatened to stab him if Ruby Galloway. Chaplain Mary J.

he went to sleep. 10'Aeil, treasurer Dorothea M. Kenr worif should be assigned to "those
Telephoned him at work 10 1 security Janette Wimpee, g u a r d who have passed the age of con-

or 13 times a nay wiw uircuw uamme iversioi. conauciress jaa ceivine he said. .

Young Men Should Be

Spared A?Peril, Says Doctor

nri abuse.

Made him lose lobs bv ereat

In scenes at his places of work.

Forced hint to adopt another ( officers will take place at the Post Brookhaven Laboratory, in a let-

name and keep his address sec

ret, from even his employes
The divorce was granted.

:4) a.m.
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11:41 a.m.

all members of the Veterans of

Foreign Wars of the United States
and their guests. In addition, it

will also be open to all Post 3835
associate members and 'their

guests. Plans have been made to
serve refreshments and an orches orchestra
tra orchestra will provide music for dancing.

WASHINGTON. Marrh 5S IXV fVimmiccmn'. Hivicinn r t,in1.,n,,

, - - ' ., I.HVII 1 IJUIVJJ
01 A medical authority told Con- and medicine, also testified that

gress yesterday that "fertile there is no cure now for radiation
young men" ; should be" spared sickness.
from civil defense duties that1 Cronkite described civil defense

would expose tbem' to large a- as "a stepchild in the federal
mounts of radiation. (structure, possibly a substitute for
Because of the impact radiation the old postal appointments."
has on human reproduction, this) "Much of today's civil defense

thinking is molded after military
thinking in terms of utilizing the
fertile young men as the fighting
van," Cronkite wrote.
But since future survival Is as
important as immediate survival
in event of an atomic attack, "Our
thinking should recoginize that the
fertile young men should be spar spared,"
ed," spared," he said.
He cited recue operations Involv

ing exposure to large amounts of

for the Lieutenant

u,.r. hnm t anra Hnnitai chair- JJ (Federalist) op

during the week ending at mid-t"?;'"" n"?r auonaiisupnstruction in the workings oJ

night March 26, according to the;.' v "V 'T vp"-Bte goyernment provided 1

regular hospital report. The twinsir." c.uc'"UM.'ckground for the campaign ac

were born to Set. and Mrs. E. J. w. P"1' "8. '.. f H'ity.. John A, Cooper of the Gen

. "i: i p r nwpn i rvai nno iri in tha iii i.t v

0T.S P.0' -nd Robert Strumptie of the gtate in a feder(ll gyg.
(Federalist), seeks 'election aim rim-in his talk to th hnvs

State Treasurer against National

ist Kobert ii orgs ted e


M. Fowler. I The sueeestion was made bv Dr.

Installation of the officers aid Ugene P. Cronkite. head of ex-

instituting of the Ladies Auxiliary perimental p a t h o 1 o g y at the

home on Friday at 1 p.m. Iter to Rep. Chet Hollifiald (D-Cal-

me insiauaiion win ue open 10 u,).


Tacey had been many
things to many men

...but only Clint, tho gambler
took her aa he found her...
and loved her for what iho waal


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The subcommittee has heard

considerable testimony on the ge
netic dangers of excessive radia

mm,: wnicn causes sterility or

damage to the reproductive cells.
Witnesses have pointed out se severe
vere severe exposure could cause abnor abnormalities
malities abnormalities in future gcneraltions.

.Z 8.Cr,V,i,rtr.e,ketl.;of Locona; Mr. and Mrs

diation exposure that will constR

tute a real genetic hazard to mankind."

During the same period 188 pa

tients were addmitted and 224. pa patients
tients patients were discharged.
The names and addresses of the
girl babies follow: Mr. and Mre.
A. N. Campbell, of Panama City;
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Edghill, of Pa Panama
nama Panama City; Sgt. and Mrs. J. A,
Frazier, Jr., of Fort Kobbe; Mr.
and Mrs. H. Morris, of Gamboa;
Lt. Col. and Mrs. T. A. Arnold, of
Fort. Amador; Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Tosolo, of Panama City; Lt. and
Mrs. W. L. Brubaker. of Fort Kob

be; Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Riggle, of
the 15th Naval District; Mr. and
Mrs. W. L. Eldredge, of Curundu;
Mr. and Mrs. D C. Frier, of Co Co-coli;
coli; Co-coli; and Mrs. and Mrs. J. D.

Moran, of Gamboa.
Boy babies weie born to the fol following:
lowing: following: Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Bir-


Balderamos, of La Boca: CWO

MTsJ. R. Jyhottek. of Aibrook;

Sgt. and MrsTtt. A. Summers, ot
Fort. Kobbe: Mr. and Mrs. E. G.

ine campaign was not mora

than a few hours old before the

State was covered with billboardf'hools.

and posters proclaiming the men

us oi ine various omce-seeKers

C, M. Wilson Jr., one of the Ed-

Icational Directors of the Legion's

Nationalists chanted "All thf uzenship program, discussed the

Way With Galloway" at a s t i rfrganization and functioning of the

ring party rally.

federalists staged an improm

tu demonstration for Mayor Wai
son and his running mates ai

breakfast in the State Capitol

lllnd 1

Cronkite's letter was made pub

lic along with his prepared testi testimony
mony testimony before Holifield's Govern

ment Operations subcommittee on radiation as one type of duty that

civil defense. ,:
He and Dr. Charles L. Dunham,
director of the Atomic Energy

Dunham eaM nnr-.nnc iaAtMnv Richards, of Paraiso: CWO and

a lethal dose of radiation will soon I Mrs. W. 0. Harris, of Fort Clay Clay-become
become Clay-become "actively sick, vomiting, ten; Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Melland-

ann havino diarrhpa later thou pr. nt a noa: Mr, anu jui. v. i.

will be prostrated and have fe


Vincent, of Panama City; Mr. anai
Mrs. P. A. Tunon, of La Boca;
CWO and Mrs. Leo Anderson, ofi

"In few days they will be' Fort Kobbe; Mr and Mrs. 0. B,

should fall to older men who dead," he said. "Nothing we knowiTinney, of Locona and Mr. andi

would be unlikely to have children today can be done to increase Mrs. D. W. Schwartz, of Quarry

in the future. 'their chances of survival." Heights.

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ing hall before an appreciative

t disenfranchised group of
ing ladies from Caribbean Girls

party leaders huddled and con-

red everywhere, plannins new

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Klection officials announced spe-

i nours tor tne airing and ven-

m during his talk to the boys.

id answered questions--ranging
om the mechanics of extraditing

gitive criminals to the problems
racial segregation in public


xecutive branch of the State gov- I


Instruction on the state judicial

stem and the state legislature

as scheduled to follow.