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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For Top-Pay Job

;. WASHINGTON, April 14, (UPj Unofficial reports
that Gen. Alfred M. Gruenther rnay be headed for a top
industry post paying up to six figures circulated today
among Pentagon officers.
Speculation on the foijr-star general's future follow


ed the surprise announcement yesterday that he will step
out as supreme allied commander in Europe late this year
and lay aside his rmy uniform after 38 years In service.

He is 57.

' President Eisenhower. In a
move that delighted the younj
but hefty U.S. Air Force.aggea
USAF Gen. Lauris -Norstad, 49.
. to succeed Gruenther In com com--
- com-- mand of all North Atlantic Trea Treaty
ty Treaty air, ground and naval forces.
;.'. Airmen here and abroadsln abroadsln-terpreted
terpreted abroadsln-terpreted the appointment as
recognition of air power's domi dominant
nant dominant Importance In Western de de-lenses
lenses de-lenses and of Norstad's status as
an officer-diplomat. f -....
Selection of Norstad, bnU;
liant svrman who has been a
general of ficer since he was 36,
also touched off speculation on
future roles for a number
, other top-flight air generals In
,: the same or slightly older age.
bracket, ; ; 1 .:
They are "be,lng boosted for
: chairman of the Joint chiefs of
taff, chief of other major Joint
commands and Air Force chief
of staff when vacancies come up
' In the next 18 months or so. -, v
' Military and diplomatic on on-'
' on-' servers saw Norstad's appoint-;
' ment to the. vital post as a sym symbol
bol symbol of the growing dominance of
air power. ;C 'it'tV-

- The move was announced as
Augusta, Ga., where Mr, Eisen-
bower Is vacationing; -ri r
t The Chief Executive has -regarded
Gruenther as one of his
most able aides s'nce-they
- nerved together"ln Europe in'ulil War IT. .f
Mr, Eisenhower Is Irtiown
I vatt-'feniiaiiv hi?h- confidence to

' Vs the slender and dynamic. Nor Norstad.
stad. Norstad. ."'vr-V--'
Gruenther's retirement came
' as a surprise, although he-has
u..-, .inn fnr nome time ana

' underwent a bladdei; operaUoo

. Jn December.-
Some congressmen, including
' Rep Thurmond Chatham (D-
N.C.V have cited Gruenther. as
f possible future presidenUal tim-
' Mr' Eisenhower told Gruenther
-' in a letter that the American
people and the European allies

s appreciate nis -unique
s l.VH.rshin" and the ."effective-

A Security Council
Sdsht By Arnbs
' WASHINGTON, April 14 (UP
The United States adopted a
neutral attitude today on teport teport-"
" teport-" ed Arab proposals that the u.N.
Secuslty Council hold a special
meeyng in Rome on the Middle
East crisis. tr'
Informed JSourcei said .the-u-nited
States would prefer to see
the Security Council continue
holding its sessions at New York.
- But they said if enough other
members want a special meet meet-lng
lng meet-lng at some other site, the Unlt-
ed States would go along.
The idea of a special session
outside New York is bein? put
forward in' some Arab circles.
- They feel New York's large Jew Jewish
ish Jewish population makes it a bad
site for- further discussions of
the Arab Israeli controversy
v during an election year. J f ; v
The Security Council presum presumably
ably presumably will resume discussions of
- the explosive Arab-Israeli con conflict
flict conflict after the United Nations
- hears a report from U JJ. secre-tary-efteral
Dag Hammarskjold
on his current neace mission in
- th Middle East - 4
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles told reporters yesterday
he had heard reports that a spe special
cial special meeting might be held In
Rome. -' ; -:- '
But he refused to sav whether
he d'scued -the matter during
a rush flight to New York yes yes-.terdav
.terdav yes-.terdav for a talk with,' Henry
Cabot. Lodge. VS. ambassador to
the United Nations. 1

CAB Proposal ;
Would ReqiIdteN
Airline Flights
The Civil Aeronautics Board

has proposed a new regulation it v-as the last romantic con con-to
to con-to reouire scheduled airlines to quest for Engel who wooed mid-

operate at least three-fourth of
thir pesseneer flights on time
The board said It appears
that m?n?" airlines have nub-
lished fllsht sced"'-'! V-hl

do nnt ccuratelv reflect their J ow got him from two to 10 yeRrs;tnaybe five or six million... But
actual times of departure andin the penitentiarv in 1950. He they were trying to take me, too,
arrival." j van released Wednesday fromlyou know."


ness of his efforts to build up
NATO forces.
Gruenther served as Mr.. Eis Eisenhower's
enhower's Eisenhower's deputy when the
Chief Executive was NATO com commander.
mander. commander. Throughout their friendship
Gruenther was a frequent bridge
companion of Mr, Elsenhower.
The White House said Nor Norstad's
stad's Norstad's nomination was approved
by the NATO council v
. Mr. Eisenhower described Nor Norstad
stad Norstad as "an officer of outstand outstanding
ing outstanding ability," well qualified to
help free forces "deter and. if
need be, defend against aggres
sion. .- .-
The biggest problem facing
Norstad will be the task of In Integrating
tegrating Integrating West German forces
into the NATO command..
' Norstad's ; appointment : was
believed to- have placed him out
of the running', as a candidate
for Air Force chief of Btaff. The
term .of Gen. Nathan F. Twin Twining,
ing, Twining, present chief, expires In
June, 1957.
Norstad now Is. Gruenther's
U.S. deputy commander for air.
vHls rise in the Air Force ; has
been meteoric. He became a bri brigadier
gadier brigadier general, at the age of 38
and a full general at 45.' tr-Six
He first caught Mr. Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's eye, In 1943 when he was as
sistant hlef of staff tor the
Northwest African Air Forces,
Later, .' he became chier of
j staft for the 2uth' Air Forced the
B-29 outfit that; laid, waste.' to
Japan tn the closing months of
World. War II. v
The White House said Gruen Gruen-ther
ther Gruen-ther requested, retirement for
personal reasons. 'V v '
The brief announcement gave
n6 clue as to his future career
but Mri Eisenhower expressed
"great disappointment" at his
decision and praise for his "mag.
nificent contribution" to NATO.
Hiroshima Msldcns
Fly To II2Y York,
Think Benefactors
(UP) Twenty-two of Japan's
"Hiroshima maidens" flew here
from New York today to thank
the United States for plastic
surgery to remove their dislig
urine atom bomb scars,
; They also planned to do some
sightseeing before returning to
New York tomorrow.
, The girls had lived as virtual
recluses for 10 years because
they were so badly disfigured by
the World War II atom bombing
of Hiroshima s.
. They came to New York about
a year ago for plastic surgery of offered
fered offered by a group of Americans.
Three remained behind today at
New York's Mt. Sinai Hospital
where they have been undergo undergoing
ing undergoing various Operations.
The girls,' their bandages con
trasting sharply 1 with their
bright spring outfits, were ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mrs. Barbara
WftivorA rtf ftf Tonlr f Unnrarri
president and geenral editorial
manager of the Scripps-Howard
newspapers.; : .
Two Japanese physicians. Dr.
Masakazu FuJil and Dr. Sadama
Takahasht, and Dr. William M.
Hjtzig, an American sponsor; al also
so also accompanied the group.
Sam Engel Great
Is Senile Ward Of
CHICAGO, April 14 (UP)
Sigmund (Sam) Engel, pint-sized
master Jover of women and
their money today found himself
a senile ward of the state at the
ase of 83. t ..
It was Just six years ago that
Enel, then a gav blade in his
70's. radiated suner chareed
charm to bilk a red-haired wld-
'uw nf S8.700.
de-aned women out of some 2
million dollars bv hand and
shoulder 1 r'ssing, lavish gifts
and flattery.
Swindling the red-haired wld

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j ARRIVES IN CHICAGO Singer Nat "King" fcole waves on

cancelled three aonearances in

I tacked bv three white men while nerformina: in Rirmlmrhum

Wo Draft Call for Zone Since
November; Volunteers? None

There has been no auota for
the Canal Zone branch of Selec Selective
tive Selective Service to fill since Novem-
The local draft board, reports
that a drastic dron recently in
the need., of National Headquar
ters with regard to maintaining
the strength required by thd
Armed Forces has resulted in no
auota beinr requested of the Ca-
!nal Zone for the last six months.
. According to Forresi j.- uuns-.
moor; state Director or seiecuve
Service here, the Washington of-
iice nas not oeen eauing ou
Canal Zone for nythingn
I: Be said their office here has
not had one volunteer since
November. v.- ?: '';-'
There are 92 registrants how
ever, who are available for miU-
tary service snouiu me necu -rise.
These voune men. aU be
tween the ages of 1 18 and 1 26,
were required to register by law..
They are all Canal Zone resi residents
dents residents and American citizens,
subject to call at any time, v
Dunsmoor also explained that
during the early days of the Ko Korean
rean Korean conflict a monthly, requisi requisition
tion requisition from the 48 States, Alaska,
Puerto Rico and the Zone was
about 40,000. Now their needs are
down to a total of 10,000 which
accounts for the sero quota for
the canal Zone. .'- j::
The draft official said he ex ex-nected
nected ex-nected to have a batch of volun
teers around June when high
rhnoi is over in the Zone. This
happens every year, he added..
Ernssf H:i7ii:3v;ay
Will Pass Through :
Tcraen Tcn!-h!
Writer Ernest Hemingway will
be passing through Tocumen to tonight
night tonight en route to Peru where he
will search for a i,suq pouna oiue
marlin for use In the film ver
sion of his novel "The old Man
and The Sea," now being maae
in Cuba.
Hemingway and his wife Mary
will not stay over in ranama.
They are flying on PAA's El Inter-Americano
The couple is expected to ar arrive
rive arrive in Talara. Peru,, tomorrow
morning. The' writer said he ex
pected it may take him. three or
four weeks to land the right fish.
Lilliputian Lover
State At Age 83
the Menard State Prison. Al Although
though Although technically a free man,
Engel was committed to the
State Security Hospital at Ches Chester,
ter, Chester, Hi., as a mental patient
Officials said Engel was a pale
carbon copy of the Romeo who
was only 5 feet 4 inches tall and
weighed about 150 pounds m his
heyday,- --m 3: ''j:,;,
Police said Engel probably
married about 50 of the victims
he "befriended' for-their mon mon-ey,
ey, mon-ey, ,'-.'r';-; ',r4-j-A-::; j
He once summarized his ro romantic
mantic romantic career: v-v f ;
I took women for minion

Inote the truth and the

the South and flew to Chicago
Although there la no way to
onus a prediction, Dunsmoor
feels that only a period of na national
tional national emergency would sudden suddenly
ly suddenly soar the canal Zone's quota.
.-" 1 ,.'."1. .V f'-'l'.
Red Cross GplI Hear
yifli llcporis Coining
($1 81 C 3 i)
4 ;j j-y -:' ;f:!- ;?;., f
Contributions to the 1958 Red
Cross 1 campaign for members
and funds now total-: 818,900.
This Is 84 per cent of the cam campaign
paign campaign goal of $22,330, wtih final
reports from several jinits or organizations
ganizations organizations not yet reported.
Final reports have been receiv received
ed received from the Marine and the
Transportation and Terminals
Bureaus. Charles T. Jackson.
chairman for the Marine Bureau,
reported 1,834.26 pledged by 1447
contributors: N. E. Demers re
ported' 1052 contributors irom
the Transportation ana ter terminals
minals terminals Bureau, with $853.31 col-.
lected. '
Three additional' divisions of
the Engineering and Construc
tion, Bureau have completed
their campaigns and reported a
iouows: Engineering Division,
B. Stephenson chairman;. 118
contributors, 8287.55; Mrs. E. Les
ter. Electrical Division, 275 con
tributors. $369.79: Robert A. En-
gelke, Dredging Division, 372
contributors 8415.25. Mrs. raye
C. Minton, Bureau chairman,
had previously reported $724.53
from tnree otner units, or a to total
tal total to date of $lk777.23 for the
Bureau. :V: v v- 'i.
Addltlbnal' contributions from
the military and civilians em
ployed by the armed services
brings their total contributions
as of April 11 to $7500.
1 ii 11 ': .1 1 1 j 11 "i 1 1 1 1 11 miwrt
Fata Of Kevbcrn ;
Warned By lSxdn
1 WASHINGTON, April 14 (UP)
Vice President Richard M.
Nixon said today "one out Of ev every
ery every 10 babies born today is
doomed to spend some part of
his life within the walls of a
mental hospital" unless drastic
correctional steps are taken.
He spoke at the dedication of
the new Dorotnea i.ynde dix paw
vilion at St. Elizabeth's Hospital,
a federal mental institutin
here. The 8 million dollar struc structure
ture structure sets the nace for mental
treatment with a completely
home-like atmosphere.
"In- economic terms, mental
illness imposes a direct tax bur
den of over 1 billion dollars a
year,. Nixon said. "That repre represents
sents represents the known cost of caring
for more than 750,000 mental
Satients across the nation and
it payment of pensions to war
veterans discharged for .psychia
tric disabilities."
He aaid that whle' progress
is slow, "we bave been and are
mak'nr strides In the treat
ment of our mentally dis distraught
traught distraught fellow citizens. In
1955, he said, "through the
Hill-Bur on program, we were
able to provide 10,488 addition additional
al additional beds in mental hospitals."
Also, he said, "we have ; ad
vanced programs for outpatient
diagnostic and treatment facili
ties as well as a greatly expand expanded
ed expanded vocational rehabilitation pro

eountry 'is tof" Abraham Uneolju

SUNDAY, APRIL 15, 1958
his arrival In" Chicago, Cole
for a rest after he wa at.
in ...
r (NEA Telephotor
Vinson (above) and two other
men are being held by police
, In -Birmingham, Ala., In con-
nectlon with an attack on N N-'
' N-' gro singer Nat "King' Cole,
i Cols received a slight back In In-.
. In-. Jury when : the s three men
pounced t)n him as 1 he was
singing in the City Auditorium.-
Ccmpiicalions Arise.
In Eye 'Condillon-'
Of Ylcbr Ri3$el
NEW YORK. AnrlM4 Vttp"
oenous complications" have
aeveioped in the condition of labor-
columnist Victor Rlesel,
threatened with possible blind
ness by en acid-throwing thug's
auaca. aoctors attending the
columnist, reported last night
; Police still are searching for
uie assauani wno inrew a vial
of concentrated sulphuric acid
In Rlesel's face last week. The
reward for the attacker has
reached almost $45,000, the New
yore Daily Mirror said today. -The
doctors said "Rlesel suf
fered severe burns of the eye eyeballs
balls eyeballs and the Inside of the, Uds
and... there was evidence of
deep penetration of the acid up
on initial examination." f.
' They said Today there were
regrettable signs of regression
in Mr. Rlesel's ability to distingh
bedside visitors. It is necessary,
therefore, to be cautious In of
fering a prognosis.' ; rj
Rlcsers "courage and coopera cooperation"
tion" cooperation" has greatly aided his con condition,
dition, condition, however, the doctors said.

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Mysferi bus Brow B at-1
Has Local Fish Authorities

A dark brown bat-like fish
with a long nose is causing Jocal
fish experts some consternation
. The seven-Inch long, creature
was scooped up along with other
less rare specimens by crewmen
of the tuna boat Mary E. Pet-
rick off the coast of the Gala Galapagos
pagos Galapagos Islands. : ;
When they tied up at Balboa,
word got around of their unusu unusual
al unusual catch and several Zone .peo .people
ple .people expressed an Interest in
glimpsing the sea anlmah
w. Lundy. assistant treas
urer for the Canal who in his
spare time dabbles in ichthyo
logy, convinced crewmen to lend
it to him today for purpose of


A congressional expert warned
today that urace Keiiy couiu
loss her American citizenship as
princess of Monaco.
She doesn't have to, of course,
Chairman Francis I. Walter (D-
Pa.) of the House Immigration
and Naturalization subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee warned of 'such a possibility,
unless the screen star and fu future
ture future princess acts with care.
Miu Kellv has said she ex
pects to enjoy dual citizenship
after her marriage next week to
Prince Rainier. American law
permits this but with certain
"As far as I am concerned,"
waiter tnA the United Press,
"tHere -will be no amendments to
the law to deprive her of cltlzen cltlzen-shlp.'f
shlp.'f cltlzen-shlp.'f But he said there are two
legal traps in ner way.
The first involves the swear'
lng of allegiance to a foreign
power. If Miss Kelly did that, she
would torien, ner American ciw ciw-n.hin.
n.hin. ciw-n.hin.
The second provision of law Is
nnt. tn iinrmt it lava an Amer
ican can who acquires dual na nationality
tionality nationality loses American citizen citizenship
ship citizenship bv "accepting, serving In,
nr nm-formlnor the duties of any
office, post or employment under
the government of a foreign
state or political subdivision
thereof A.:"
Walter said this Is the one
Miss Kelly bad better watch out
' American girls have married
forelen bririces before.-without
leonardlzlnB. their status at
home folks. But the alliances
have generally' Involved "non.
, Miss Kelly's Intended Is1 the
actual ruler and head of his
Will Miss Kelly find somCof
his official duties rubbing off on
her? Can she be sure where cere cere-monv
monv cere-monv ends and "the duties of
office" begin? Will her new rank
constitute "employment" by the
principality of Monaco?
Walter noted that It will be up
to the State Department, as
Mis Kelly's new career unfolds,
to answer such- Questions. to tar,
a department spokesman said,
no Question has been raised.
Riviera Robbers,
Sans Newshounds,
Hake Rich Hauf
MONACO, April 14 (UP)-Rl-viera
robbers striking at Grace
Kelly's wedding time stole Jew Jewels
els Jewels worth 50,000 dollars today
from th Hotel De Paris Room
of Matthew McCloskey, Philadel
phia ; builder and treasurer r 01
the Democratic National Com-
McCloskey, publisher Of tne
Philadelphia Daily News, said
the eems, were In a red velvet
jewel case Inside a wardrobe of
the hotel room yesterday aiwr-
noon. -'--j.-..- :- -,:
f He and Mrs. McCloskey did not
mls the lewels until this morn
ing. But he said he believed they
were stolen while i he and his
wife were out to dinner last
night. ':,'.? -'Vv.:'.V 'V
Another case containing Jew Jewels
els Jewels which McCloskey described
as even more valuable than
those stolen was left untouch untouched.
ed. untouched. 'f..
,The vanished Jewels were Mrs.
He said he showed the mys mysterious
terious mysterious catch to George Lee, bio
logy instructor at Balboa High
School, who claimed it was half halfway
way halfway in the scale of life between
fish and amphibian.
The creature from the sea has
well-defined legs which seem to
have developed from fins, and a
long nose, with a cavity under
It. slits in back seem to corre correspond
spond correspond to a shark's breathing ap apparatus.
paratus. apparatus. Lundy also showed the speci specimen
men specimen to James Zetek, research
specialist here for the Smith Smithsonian
sonian Smithsonian Institution, who claimed
he had never seen anything like
it. Although he couldn't identify
the bat-fish Zetek said he felt
that It still could be classed a
a fish.

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British DipScmai

Sees Reds Stirring



! t HOUSTON, Tex., April 14 UP) Sir Pierson Dixon,
Britain's ambassador to the United Nations, believesMlus believesMlus-sia
sia believesMlus-sia it mostly, to blame for the powder-keg situation in the
Middle East. T
' "The answer to the Middle East situation wouldn't be
hard to reach if the Soviet Union was not obviously using
its veto power to slow down the process," the British dip
lomat said. v. -j s
Sir Pierson Said the only solution was a permanent
treaty to, replace the bullet-riddled armistice: between
Egypt and Israel. He said U.N. secretary Dag Hamarsk Hamarsk-jold's
jold's Hamarsk-jold's peace mission is "exactly the tight thing'

The first Step. Sir Pierson said,
is to stop the border fighting by
helping leaders of both sides to
reach at least a temporary sun-
'Then," he said, "with- UJn
mediaUon, representatives i of
both nation must be maae to
sit down to some hard talks
which would result in a perma
nent settlement."
Sir Pierson said if such a set-,
tiement were reached the U.N
would- have to -preserve it by
'eheckine''-- -theV-ehlpment --rt
Communistrrms to the Arab
states., He suggested political
Sit Pierson said if the U.N.
secretary's mission falls "a serl serl-nn
nn serl-nn situation could result." .-.
He decUned to say if TJ.N.
armed intervention would be the
next step.
Evenis Menu Listed
For Pafaiso Safely
Line throwing,, fire fighting
and bicycle riding demonstra demonstra-tinn
tinn demonstra-tinn first aid demonstrations
and courtesy car inspections will
hiehliaht the Pacific Safety
rield Day slated for Paraiso next
Saturday. ;" .-'' -. : h'V I ;
TherrwiH aiso he safety ex exhibit
hibit exhibit booths prepared to show
varimi nhnsM or safetv. Four
teen booths have been reserved
for the Locks Division or tne
Pan-Canal Company, Navigation
Division, Industrial Division, Ca
nal Zone Schools, Armed forces
and Civilian Defense units. :
Th lin throwing contest
something new this year Willi
pit throwing teams seieciea
from among employes of Gatun
Mlraf lores and Pedro Miguel
Jocks. They will compete as
The Police and Fire Division
will conduct the fire fighting
and the bicycle riding demon demonstrations.
strations. demonstrations. "
The Armv will conduct the cat-
Inspection to show drivers and
car owners possible defects in
thejr automobiles. -
Several divisions, including
the Civilian Defense and Armv.
will participate in the first, aid
contest. Civilian Defense, won
the competition award last year
in the contest, i t
i ke Greature
In Quandary
. Because no one here was suc successful
cessful successful in identifying the little
monster, crewmen who are leav leaving
ing leaving tonight en route to Califor California
nia California will take it up (pickled In
alcohol) to an institute there
specializing in sea life.
They claim that natives a a-round
round a-round the Galapagos Isles were
Just as puzzled as the fisher fishermen.
men. fishermen. They had "never seen this
particular iype of fish. ;
' Because he is so interested in
the identification of the find
Lundy said today he was send sending
ing sending a letter with the crewmen to
the Institute requesting that it
let him know If and when
they probe the mystery ot the


Director Shift Set ;
For Point 4 Here;.
Will Hew Director

The International Cooperation,
Administration (ICA) announc announced
ed announced today in Washington, D. C.
that Vance Rogers Director of
the.'folnt Four in Panama, hn i
been transferred to"Mexico City,
as Director of the technical co cooperation
operation cooperation activities in that
country. He will be, replaced by
Ralph Will, Director of the
Point Four In the Dominican Re-
public, and formerly Director in
Pakistan, Rogers will assume his
new work Immediately.
Rogers arrived here m Sep September,
tember, September, 1952, and since then he
has made valuable contributions
to the successful operations of
the technical cooperation activ activities
ities activities In this country, particular particularly
ly particularly in rthe field of agriculture,
considered to be of greatest Im Importance
portance Importance in Panama's progress.
He was responsible also for the
creation of two new "Serviclos,"
the agencies through 'which the
United States and the Panama
nian government carry out their
joint technical cooperation pro-

gTamS.. '.,!;;-;. i;;...,.. mr. ;

The creation of the Inter-A-merlcah
' Cooperative Service
(SICAPV contributed largely to
the establishment of projects lot
agricultural experiments and
the training of Panamanian
technicians. With the assistance
of agricultural research, Pana Panama
ma Panama has been able to become a
sen-supporting country in rice
and other Imnortant agricultur
al ,vj, w l I .1
Another nroiect created under
Rogers' direction was the Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Service for Economic
Development (SCIFE) which
works with the Institute of Ec Economic
onomic Economic Development (IFE) in in-helping
helping in-helping to solve some of the ec economic
onomic economic and industrial problems
of Panama.
Britain's Alomic
Enerov Authority
Sued By Scbnlisfs
LONDON, April 14 (UP)--
Britain's Atomic Energy Author Authority
ity Authority has been sued for patent in infringement
fringement infringement in a case similar to
one that cost the govern government
ment government $300,000 three years see it
was announced today.
The suit here was filed br
Philips Electrical, Ltd., British
agent for a group of Italian sci scientists
entists scientists who hold a 22-year-old
patent on processes involved in
the production of plutonlum, a
principal A-bomb ingredient.
The seven scientists- who wore
out the patent Include the-lata
Enrico Fermi and turncoat B
no Pontecorvo, who is now work working
ing working In Russia. The U.S. Treasu
ry is holding $20,000 for Fonts Fonts-corvo
corvo Fonts-corvo as his share in the '1953
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' POOR PALTRY FOOLS, I was bobbing .among the
. bubbles at Rolando's Hideaway the other day, mecatat-
ing on the great things of this world, such as the great
effort it takes to bring Red's Cantuta cab tea halt when
it has the benefit of a following wind. You see passen passengers
gers passengers leaning out the windows (those are the holes where
the glass used to be) grabbing at palm trees as they V
pass, also telegraph, poles and abandoned chivas, .to try
to stop the forward progress. f ....
it's been that way .ever' since he started' using bit3' v
of ,Jbi4 brake linnings ,to jam the glass into position in
the acetykne lamps.. ; :'y, -'. i y ..
But the primary, task before me this week is to ex explain
plain explain what am I doing here at all.
Just how do I come to be the only eastern hemi hemisphere
sphere hemisphere newspaperman with a valid paa y salvo who. is.
not now filing from Monaco. " ; -;
. I could perhaps -tell you of the first guy I knew who
filed from Monaco. They had popped him in the stock stockade
ade stockade there during World War II. as I hear it. and he filed

like anything. ..
. When two of the bars were cut right through, tjb
betook himself to the beach and headed elsewhere in f
stolen fishing boat : : f
For this he got the M.C., or K.P., i- anyway,.one of
the flashes of ribbon generals use to cover the soup stains
on the breast of their uniform jacket.
But the thing of the moment is, who except me is
guarding the home front? What would happen should
a piece of news break down here, and everyone Is over in
- ' i
It's that very same concentration of forces which i
modern nuclear warfare strategists urge commanders to
It Is clear enough, of course, that many contestants
have resigned themselves to defeat in any headline-hunting
contest with this affair, whatever it is, scheduled for v
Monaco thii-wee-,.tv'f-.-: ct :s..;t-r:0;;:..'ivv?'i'!;
Joe DiMaggio hurried down to Panama and imme immediately
diately immediately put out to sea on a fishing trip. ' v
General Hightower became practically inaudible on
the subject of Nikes. -;
' Over in the Middle East, the Israelis and the Arabs ,:
more or less quit killing each other for a few useless ;
yards of rocky desert. No publicity.
Phano- W1.sVpV slr1nr(1 hl almnst wscklv RSSUT- r

) ance that hell be headed back to the mainland any time (

There was ho word, either,- from Zsa Zsa Qabor.
And poor .Geiieral McGamgave up completely. It :
wm M.AiinA-fi 1iik'4 Ka Iabwivmv fVia fi1tnT0t.hl" k"

about June. .
I personally do not share General McGarr's pessi pessimistic
mistic pessimistic view of the endurance of. the stranglehold young ;
Miss Kelly ha's clamped on the headlines. By June, or
even earlier, J'm sure there will be some 38 point room v
again for the Old Guard. v ;
What's the excitement over Monte Carlo matrimony,
in- the first place? I am certain that if those who Join-i-'; J
ed the squealing safari to Monaco had asked him cnurte- ;
ously, Balboa's accommodating -Judge Deming would
have let them kibitz one of the weddings at which he :
officiates with kindly regularity, y: '")
No hassle TV rights with brassiere commercials, and t
Rolandq's Hideaway is noticeably closer than it is at
Monaco. 1 '- -"
. No cause then, for this "exodus to the Riviera.'
French cooking, you might say, Let me advise a good ;
nourishing hamburger at the YMCA, right handy to the :
Deming wedding works. .
. Do I hear someone sueeest that the lure and fame

of the famous Monte Carlo ves the Kelly shennanigans
a gloss unavailable here. I ask, What true, red-blooded,
patriotic American' would prefer some foreign pleasure (
palace when the Knights. of Columbus, bingo game i?
available? ' ' '
J know not whether the Isthmus sports a primrose
and black Rolls-Royce convertible such as was flown V
from England to Monaco yesterday. But we have a two-
tone rust and verdigris Cantuta cab, of a sort rare- ;
ly seen In Monaco, where I understand people must keep
their garbage cans off the street.- '
And if there Is a move to have the hitching covered -only
by an official photographer, we have one of those.
What In the realms of world press photography can com-
pare with the precision which' Panama Canal official
photographer C. S. LaClair has for all these years past ;
been lining up parties between the water gauges in
Miraflores control tower, getting them all gazing : un unwaveringly
waveringly unwaveringly intothe lens,"nd maybg one with a hand
upon a control, then recording the unforgettable mo-,
ment for posterity. -. ,t wl
Precision why, I tell you, of all the Miraflores
:..., Mrtv thnf e h Vins tJlVpn. Ill v

COmroi vowcr wiuuig
- tourist', nnm mnthrs can tell each CuOlO .:,

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ttwrt from another. - i
. tr .. ... . i-i tv. Knrarri Vina tint.n. v ;

me omciai court puobOKiHiiu ui j
ing to teach us here in the matter of precision. .
- As for the excuse that Monaco is all prettied up for
the occasion, you needn't think the Panama Canal is be- ,
hind In this department, either. Have you been watch,
vio t,fti nftintina' contracts thev have been letting?

Interior painting of six apartments and four houses
In Ancon, Balboa and Diablo Heights, and the same ?
hand In Gatun and Margarita. Gay Monaco, forsooth.
Maybe there bunting in Williamson Place; but
there's lust About everything else, s
- It's no use for deamers to argue otherwisethe fact:
of the matter is that the Kelly circus on the Riviera Is
providing no more than is available right here on our
'pJtSr-tthe of the dry sea-
son, we too are scheduling a Rainier season. '
You can-be glad, then,. that I have stuck here
sturdily to my post, while others have ridden off upon
their expense accounts, in search of some chimera. ;
we have down here, as iUustrated by the manner in
Ihich ta& our Riviera into a tax collection
mCSmce when no one at all has been much interested
in hurrying off to the Riviera. ;
rrnr rco cnOTTNT this wpek. absolute-

ly infaUible as always, derives from the fact ,toA ; tws
. . .... v. ttii nir-x -vipriiii ft r.ivil wedcune

Kamier ieuow nu uic ivwjs" T :ii .i "
' April 18 and a religious wedding April 19, and if

isn t a quicK way uj we&iui uiu uvvh-i ;
not the foggiest idea of what the saccharine tumult has
: been about this past week, and I don't care..

j un dat, A.rsn-45, 13:$

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MACT EMPLOYES 30 ON' STRntE' 'Pelicc form coraorT around pickets at the freight,
entrance of Macy's Department' Store, lp-New. :York to-an effort ito keep the strikers away
from a truck making a delivery to. the store. Eight thousand employes of the Manhattan
tore and four other Macy branches went on strike after efforts to negotiate a new con-.
Itract broke down. .'H- v -- v. -


Vorld Beats Path To Village
With 'All You Can Eat' Slogan

; FRANKENMOTIT, Mich: CUP) j proprjations Congress might make

-Shortly after World .war in w imure, roe wagers id id-man
man id-man walked into one ol the three I formed Washington that they have
ft . xi : ...... IT. Btimwl mwp tHntiwht ahfflit fatftaral 9 iH

the register and gave Hong, Kong that they preferred paying their

S nis norae auuress

.... '. Y

-you anowt h wm.wiuic Its vUlage g0Vernment ig held
Interned in VJAaplnesVPJ?S up as a model; it is a miniature
camp that I first neara ? awm. cll manaeeri set-up without the

rrankenmuth and I the chicken dm- formalily of me Kj town.
naaprvMl here.," he said. I told I m ,. :j : ,..

-... r BU1U WAG9 C 1 IT fl USIU Ul 1UU

mv that an soon as I was iree -i,,,.,,. aa,. ii-., a K.

I would come over here, ana see turned ww to county treas treas-If
If treas-If it't true that you art served all IU aBd
1 you-can -eaU.,. .ii .v.vtf.-v parochial are big and new. Its

J "'VV' : :'vvi. tw nneraii churches are tlour tlour-Jle
Jle tlour-Jle found out ft wis true, just and the community has sent

ners i

410 twuiu www A- '
- .nuntioca npnnlB : have been

finding out -tor the past century.
Waitresses .keep all .dishes heap heaping
ing heaping full, and. the .meal ends only
when the diner has reached or
exceeded- his capacity, A
i Meals big and flavorsome are a
tradition that the pioneers of
Frankenmuth brought with them
.from their -native Bavaria la the
4 h.tji centurv.Tbe

settlement was made as "mis-

Bionary eHoru Anxious wi wui
tj;. tn rhrintianitv. a Lutn-

Mint tn .rrminv decldea

to send ot;mly a missionary but

at whole congregation w uio uew
world, so that the natives coifld

ee religion in everyoay ra.iua.
Tk. Indiana annn moved north-

. V XAJ , www
a..ct ornniHaif Out bv the White

an, But we Bavanan pioneei pioneei-inained
inained pioneei-inained to make their township
ine of the most fertile to the coun-

try. Conservauon exp-rac-nsKier
the land more fertile today than
when the- virgin soil waa first
-Mowed and thank good agricul

tural practices lor imw -tua
,iiia0' utilized vthef Ba-

arian skills, too. Today it has tvro
large breweries that use old Ger Ger-.
. Ger-. k. wAA;n& fai nrwision tool

: P14U. IwwiVww v w 1
blants where, traditional German

kills are displayed ana iwiup
t fr-mm auhirh Were beSUn

BuuimiH iaw -
as informal,, neighborhood groups
to practice the virtues ot German


une 01 in enjr ,r "C

was tmy hotel wnicn Drone, we
' m.4MMk CKi- in.

Saginaw, now both automobile cen-

tera. not omy .ww wcaij -'""
v Met 4hv nioved the

WtlLUIHC ujv .ao, w
meals that were served on a scale

that was large even :Dy,ine gen gen-.A.j.Jwi.
.A.j.Jwi. gen-.A.j.Jwi. aa th timherland

fronUer. Word spread, and people
made the trip by horse and buggy

ana oicycien. du-iuc-. a-w w-

Jy but steadfly. : ; vv-ji;.
. Theniwitli the advent of the .su
tomobQe, the whole state of Mich

Tin 1928, William Zehnder traded

'a 120-acre larm tor me i-xvo-uise
. Hotel and begatf family opera operation
tion operation that continues today as a team
effort by his seven children. The
wt1 na tnnum as Zehn-

Uer'Sr-began to expand by ,a series

- tof additionsrut always we,
tnal room!', where the first dinners
were served was preserved, and to

day. It is Kiu usea jut
ha Hips V' -X t.-.: v.'..- -;-,."!.--;.-:

't other hotels also serve

meals on an all-you-can-eat basis.
. Aniai anrinff week end

.: vCl Wl'-- -r..wo
they wiU serve 13,000 meals- this
. a 1 :n .j 1 im Visitors

, k. .11 iAr that United

COIHw uuiu AA w. w --
States and "Frankenmuth-style

chicken dinners". can be seen ad advertised
vertised advertised as far away as California
nit Florida. ? -

Mass production' methods- are
used in the most modern kitchens,
learning in porcelain and stain stain-r
r stain-r .i nt aii fnitfi la oreoared

1CS DlCwU A-" .www

immediately before rvinjr.-. "no

even epicures cannot ieu ui u-.-ference
between it and the food
cooked In a family kitchen.
Frankemnth's Bavarian bentage
la demonstrated by the bustling
waitresses who refuse to- allow a
Iilate to become empty and who
00k hurt when the guest admits
that he hasn't left room for des--aert
Not only are they as buxom
and blonde as, Bhineland maidens,
but they retain their Bavarian ac accent
cent accent and. are wont to lapse into
their own tongue when they return
a. al. ki.han That "lanenaee

CO -Ulw fftlAwlAM. wT
is a mixture of German, Bavarian;
1 irM,vlicH an Irwk rasnltj

' GlSlwCi flllU Ajll&l.Ol. M w..w -w --
it as distinctive and. sounds
much like Pennsylvania Dutch.
Frankenmuthers have retained
their traditional Bavarian inde inde-"
" inde-" pendence and self-reliance. When
US. Army 1 Engineers' plans for
flood control on the Cass River
were shelved, the village went
ahead and built its own dikes to

1 solve a recurring flood problem. 1
Informed that such action would
jeopardize their share of any p-'

more young men into the minis

try or parisn teacning protession
than any place 20 times its sue.
' '' .,
But it is Its" chicken dinners that
have given Frankenmuth its wid widest
est widest fame. This ia tha oantannUI

year of the original Exchange Ho-
1 a. I l..a. 1

uut nu special ooservance is
nlnnnpfl Rtrwthint itrilt ka

-- v. hiu.5 vvaaa wt ma
normal, including the exhortation;.
4VA 11 1

ptimu yuu cam

own way.

Its village government Is held

city manager: set-up without the

Retired Toolmaker

Takes Engineering

Joseph Kosten. 68, a retired tool

and diemaker, has. enrolled in

Grand Rapids Junior College so he
a. 11 a 1.

won t, go staie ana- aie.- -, ,
a Kosten is taking an engineering
course, and his instructor in en engineering
gineering engineering .drawing is John Saur,

factory many years ago when Kos

ten was toreman 01 tne piant a tooi
shop. 1.
; "Mv main roasnn fnr mint hack

tat school is to keep busy, said

Kosten, wno len scnooi ior wora

asier wwiiiuiwiuiic via jti auva

Frustrated Bridge
Decorates Campus

bndge is being built on the North-

wc$iern university campus in sub suburban
urban suburban Bvanston.
It doesnt hriri? anvthin Tt

wont carry any traffic. And it's
being constructed of all places
in a parking k

cut it wiu get-as- much of a
wprkouj, before it Itdismintled in
five years or so, as it would if it

wera part of a heavily traveled

highway, t, . .- a .-.' -r
- Tha hridi? U nart nt i tui mm

research project to be constructed
by .Northwestern Terhnnlnffi1 In.

stitute on truss members and con

nections. The purpose of the proj project
ect project is to improve bridge design.

ine onage win nave a span of
100 feet Tt will k TO fee mU anil

18 feet high. It will be 'supported

on concrete caissons 1-

TyftaHtntf tata avill maa liv

means nt hvHranlii 1ak-a anpnArajf

to the caissons. The jacks trill sup

ply luiiicient pressure to simulate

--wAwimia'ta-.arAAtaj...ahA.Va- an.

gmeers WUl (wing a great steel

oau at ine onage witn ine neip 01

a crane.
Tha ifin4 tKa Hnran nf PtiK.

. ...,.UV.,U,IIJ, ...W JWM.WWW w a WW
lie I)oads, the Association of Amer Amer-iian
iian Amer-iian Railrnada and teveral nrivate

fcorporatioBs are lending financial

suppon to tne rejearcn.

Retrieves Watch

WTMrWA Mm YtlP. Rale

Hunn didn't win' a prize in a Win Winona
ona Winona Rod and Gun Club fishing
contest but he was happy with his
- Hunn's leather-banded wrist
watch slipped off his arm and into
the hole in the ice through which
he was fishing.
Annther fisherman loaned him a

small magnet which he lowered to

Little Diomede Eskimos Keep
Sharp JEye On Russian Front


(UP) The 90 inhabitants, from
six to 60, of a little piece ot Aiiwr-

terntory than it is to the U.S.A.,
terriioty than it is to the U S.. A..

are doing their best for the de-

lens ol "our country."

They are the residents 0? Little

Diomede, in the Straits of Siberia,
only three cold water-filled miles

and the international dateline away
from the Soviet Big Diomede.

Their major activity is slatting

of a ground observer corps -post,

uiv laiuiCw. mvn ui nuiciiv a
sprawling system. Fifteen 0! the

Little Diomede Eskimos are men men-bers
bers men-bers of an Alaskan Army National
Guard pot,-V.-v:.v-.. -jiv

' A. native master sergeant. Mi

chael Okpealuk,' directs both the

UOC post and tne uuara unit.

They are train ea in operauon

a high frequency radio transmitter

that crackles out with sucn. mes

saaes as "JJello. Sadie Hawkins.

Hello, Sadie Hawkins.. This is GOC

ALMF 0545 for radio check. Time

0400 standard. Confirm.":
' Always Alert

"It will make me live longer, and' the bottom and pulled back gently

I want to live while-I'm living." The watcn came up witn iu

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.'Vyhether you' know much or. nothing ajboirt Christian Science, thes 1
-lectures will interest you, because rt will explain-ome the ;reaton
why Christian Science brings happiness, .Jhealth,jartfreedorri from tt
worries and fears. They will explain lioW priyer'il taught InXhristian
Science heals disease ; and solves all manner of 'human problems.

Accept this invitation to n

' Sadie Hawkins is not a day of
comic strip hilarity in isolated Lit Little
tle Little Dimoede. This is a code word
for a radar unit which receives
messages from Okpealuk's GOC
post, to be passed along to the
118th Air Division (Defense), a
Ladd Air Force Ra. commanded

by Brig. Gen. T. Alan Bennett
GOC Ai.MF 0545 ia the symbol ior
the post

During winter montns, 'ne Es Eskimos
kimos Eskimos hunt walrus in their skin

boats, armed with rifles, spean

and harpoons. When tha Ice of the

Bering Sea Is solid, they venture

out in search of white-camouxiaced

polar bear. Women, children and

Oldest male memDers 01 rn tnoe
carve ivory from long,-gleaming
tusks ot the bull wan us.

a Even while thev are hunllne.

flshiaa or carving, the Little Dio

mede residents keep alert for the

sound of low-flying aircraft that

micht be venturing- across the

straits from Russian territory.

Their villaec accessible in the

winter only by airplane, is located

on the shore of the little island

at the foot of lofty mountain.
Pressure ice building up alons the

shore frequently creates kmfe-like

ridges up to two feet In heights

and six tee long. The irregular

pattern of the ridges makes bind-
V j: ft! ia I 11-A A Al

ins uuiicuii auu puuis ireitueniiy

have to land on the sea ice as

much as a mile and one-half from

the village. .. . "... ..

' A Tough' Winter V.
' When an 11th Air Division GOC
training team visited Little Dio

mede recently, civilian bush pilot

A. u Hosier made the landing

and remained bi the plane shouldj

a quicK shut in weather force him

to summon the team for a Quirk

takeoff. . ' '" t

Along the Bering Sea, Mosley
knew, serene weather can turn in into
to into a howling, raging blizzard with

wind velocities up t SO knots wHh-

m minutes. : "-. r-

Normally,- heavy supplies-com

to Uttie Diomede by sea, panic

ularly during the ..once-a-year Air
Force-Army-Navy supply raiss'on

dubbed "Mona Lisa."

Last fall's "Mona lis was ore-

vented by unexpectedly early and

neavy ice from reacninguttie ui ui-bmede.
bmede. ui-bmede. By this February, the sit situation
uation situation became so critical (hat a

lumbering C-124 was sent to drop

u tons of essentials. -The
two passes bv the C-124

necessary to airdrop the supplies

carried the four-engined transport

close to the midway point between
Little and Big Diomedes, but there
was no threat of an international
incident as many authorities bad
feared. :
During the summers, the per
of Little Diomede come to the
mainland to sell their ivory carv carvings
ings carvings or to hire out to construction
companies for the few months that
building is possible in the Arctic.

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by GEORGE QIAIVNIIVG, CS.B.,of Sari Franciscoi California
Member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church, The
First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts.
entitled v
.1; Christian Science: Its Secret Prayer
. And Open nevcrd
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Christian Science: Its Constructive Hisdsn

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Astronomers Study
Twinkle, Twinkle

twinkle, twinkle of little stars is

getting a close look from Univer
sity of Pennsylvania astronomers.
It may i indicate the meed and

direction of certain high-altitude

winas, ,
Under a research contract ith
the Air Force geophysics research
directorate. Drs. William M.. Pro.

theroe and William Blitzsteir, are
clocking the rapid variations in
light that make the stars appear to

iwinaie. .. o

The observations of the two
scientists will, be- compared with
weathermen's reports of the -velocity,
direction, and altitude of
winds over the same area at the
same time. They nope to reduce
the effect of the winds on scintil scintil-lation,
lation, scintil-lation, or twinkle, to a formula
which will enable meteorologists to

gauge upper-air wmd speed by

"reading" th stars

' The study also may reveal clues

u uie meanaennes or th let

stream, a wind current of super-

nurncane force that t d 1 1 a 1 1 y
influences high-altitude aviation.

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SUNDAY, AFKIL 15, 1359
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Powder mitt fai fragrance matched' to bath oil,' bath soap, cologne
and- perfume te a nice Mother'; Day gift, .This scent combines
jasmine, rose and woody-mossy aromas.

'! NEA Beauty Editor
,A (?FT of fragrance is' a good
one for Mother's Day. And many
mothor!;,' old and young, will be
receiving a gift from the perfume
or soap counter this year. ....
Some) lucky ones will be get getting
ting getting entire sets in a scent p e r r-fume
fume r-fume and cologne, or a bath set,
or boil. i
'. Manji women aren't clear- in
their rflnds about the differences
in manufacture : and use of vari various
ous various sorts of,; t
This Is it Perfume is an extract.
Essential oils are -balanced with j
just enmign aiconoi to produce a;
oeautnni oouquei. iext in strengtn
is toilet water; it has more



Sheet should be closely woven
. with even, welt-stiched hems. A
good quality sheet will not yield
sizing,' .a white, dust like material,
when one corner is crushed in the
hand., -!
Labels on sheets should f indi indicate
cate indicate 'Jtorn size' thread count and
sheet length. "Torn size" indicates
that the sheet has been torn, not
cut,,wjiich helps to insure straight
hemsiend sides.-;-.'.'';" ;;'
, Thread count on a sheet should
be baknced between warp and fil filing,
ing, filing, Tj-pical counts on good sheets
are 768 or 94-86. To allow for
shrinkage and tuck-in she eta
should! be lot inches long.
Second or irregulars may have
Imperfections in weave, size 1 or
finish.; When buying these, one
ought tto look cioseiy and unfold
the garment all the way. : i
Quick, easy, and thrifty lunches
are always a challenge to t h e
homemaker. Research has shown
that taree balanced meals a day
are necessary" to nrcvlde the en
ergy needed to accomplish a full
day's work; A lunch supplying one
fourth', to one third of the day's
needs eips erase tnat tnree 0 -clock
slump. Spacing of meals is
also important in maintaining your
proper' weight. , v
' Often a picture will look better
if hung off center and balanced,
with some other accessory. j
Vanilla .Ice cream balls rolled'
in toasted coconut and topped!
with butterscotch make a tantaliz-'
ing dessert.
Roiling such small articles, as
doilies, dresser scarves and table
mats on cardboard tubes prevents
creases and utilizes deep, narrow
shelf space." ;;--X;"..
Sharp knives hot only make
food preparation easier, but they
are also less dangerous.
A chocomint doughnut sundae
is. nice for the kids. To make it.
split a doughnut in half horizon horizontally.
tally. horizontally. Place 13 cup peppermit
stick ice cream between e t h e
halves and top each .doughnut
with chocolate sauce.
- Wash old powder puffs and keep
them in your shoe kit to apply
wax polish. . '' -y
.When making a custard pie.
add two tablespoons of butter to
the milk before scalding to give
a nicely browned top to the pie.
To idd chewiness to Candied
" tweet potatoes, sprinkle the pota pota-;
; pota-; toes with 12 cup chopped nuts
- just before, serving.
t Boil dried beans for two min minutes
utes minutes before soaking to save time.
- After boiling, beans require only
one hour soaking, time. ;v
f Prunes make a nutritious s- bc-
tween meal snack to serve
RICii.MOND, Ind. (UP) A
traffic accident sent Mrs. Pauline
f'.liisuy,' 51, sliding down an icy
highway on her briefcase. She was
thrown from he car when it slid
into several, others piled up on the
ice near here. But Ms, Ellison
landed on the briefcase, scooted on
K on "the ice for 200 feet and
wa'Vcd awoy with oniy her dignity


rying agent. Then ;omes eoloe
ne. Cologne and toilet water, be because
cause because 4hey-are lighter, are used
on the. body as a base for- scent.
Perfume should be used on Dulse
spots and renewed throughout the
Sets that are comnletelv match.
ed bath oil, scented soap, dusting
powder, toilet water or cologne,
and perfume offer a woman an
opportunity to get the most our of
iicr lavurue iragran;e euner JOT
wore or aressup. i
Just in time for spring-'grvihg,'
leading manufacturer has match
ed bath products, to his,., popular
perfume and eologne concentrate,
in addition, there s nowva. spray

version 01 the concentrate m an
car-Jaerosol container;- ; s

straight from the package. ; 1.
Cook dried lima"' beani until
tender, then combine with diced
ham and a weU-seasoncd cheese
sauce for- a good casserole.'. Bake
in a moderate oven until brown browned
ed browned on top. c 1 n
A new dessert idea;-cook quick quick-cooking
cooking quick-cooking rice in reconstituted roz
en orange juice, Stir in a table tablespoon
spoon tablespoon of butter,' some all bed
dates and slivered almons orth orth-er
er orth-er nuts. Serve warm with cream.
' Good quality dry navy or pea
oeans nave a. natural white color.
are whole and uniform in size
and are clean and free from peb-
oies ana gray' mom.
Here s an idea to dress up
breakfast waffles.. Put two small
sausages through the center of
each well-drained slice of pineap
ple, tsrusn witn melted butter and
broil ten minutes.
Serve the family individual tarts
instead of the usual wedees of Die
Just line muffin tins with pastry,
tm and oaKe as usual.
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For the very young bride or for second weddings, the ballerina ballerina-lenath
lenath ballerina-lenath bridal gown Is still a favorite. We show the informal
bride in imported lace ballerina gown with easy fullness drawn
to the back. Waist is banded in pleated satin.

Iedecoratina dcin (fj)e 3t

If your bridal dreams of a fab
ulous; home, are bumping into the
reality of a small, rather incon
venient apartment and an inad inadequate
equate inadequate furnishings budget,' cheer
up and get acquainted with solu solutions
tions solutions to the problem. You'll be cop
ing with it the rest of your home-
making life. v
In my experience, tew rooms
are faultless and no budget al
located for decorating is ever "ad
equate." The trick 13 to organize
your ideas, your talents and your
ingenuity to get full value : f 0 r
what you' can spend, j-
One talent which many home home-makers
makers home-makers possess is the ability to
Many parents. have the old-fashioned
but still sensible notion that
you ; don't let go of all authority
over children the moment they turn
into : teen-aeers. And they have
found that the most satisfactory
method of controlling them is
through their driving.-
In.such families Junior, too old
to be snanked. sent to this room or
told to stay in his. own yard, can
still be disciplined oy taung nu
driving privilege away from him
tor a wees or a monw.
It works like a charm. The teen
ager of today finds that having the

keys to the family car or his owngew This talent and a husband's

battered jalopy withheld is indeed
a fate worse tnan aeau
Tt, turns him in an instant from

a big shot who can go where he I -,---,-pleases,
when he pleases to a kid. As an example, let's look at an

wno 15 no ioniser m uyoo.
it'aives hitnolenty of time to
think over and to realize that driv
ing a car is a grown-up privilege
he has to earn by acting like a
responsible citizen instead of like
a teen-age hoodlum, i v'V-v
u .ra tii inn ttiat nnlice who
often; ftad it almost simpossible to
handle the problem of juvenile de delinquency
linquency delinquency and dangerous and ex
pensive vanoausm cuuiu uso vuc
same big stick. .:- :;-
If teen-agers knew for. a fact that
if they got into trouble with the
law they wouldn't jet off with a
talking to or a fine but would have
their driving licenses suspended
far Twtrind of from 30 days to a
year; vandalism! stealing, reckess
driving, Knite carrying, eic., musui.
not seem quite so, smart or so
daring. ;
'i. ivt '.ml tf that

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Home awiBf and acaatew carpentry caa work wonders lav- redecentUur a room at

eoat. Thla chtratlnr room waa deeorated with f ornitare salvared from aecond-hand ttoret aaAJ
painted or refinUhed. Homo-aMde alip, covers, drapes, fatrie-oovered ralanoM aad kookeasea srw
the old farnltwa a freak look.. )

knowledge of amateur, earpentry
can keep costs down. Fabric can
unuar miiititiiila nf imnerfec-
:;. .
actual room transiormaiion.'
sic furniture Included' a worn but
still usable armchair, a studio bed
and a secondhand, but sturdy ta table
ble table with nice lines' and a pleasant
five-dollar, price Ugs ; t';
' Tha walls had 1 been f freshly
painted in a soft blue" green, Tw
vinHnw centered' over a lohr ra
diator recessed at one end of the
room suggested that a unified
treatment was neeaea w .roauce
the chopped-up effect. .;
' 1 ffnnlne interest In early A-
merican history.1 evidenced by
books on the subject and a few
prints suggests the general ap.
proach to the floor -to ceiling
draperies, for example,; ls.a cot cotton
ton cotton mint of cliooer; ships in
ahita nf erav." black and white;
- - . .,
ncfn(l from a
from a seconnnana
hnn a nine knee Me desk and a
soool chest add an authentic note.

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This .year's June bride is a formal bride. She wears here a
frothy wedding dress in white chantilly laee and tulle. A cas cascade
cade cascade et graduated tulle ruffles Bows from waist te hem. Sequins
-dge the neckline and front panel scallops. a


' ? , ,wedding gown look seems te come
NEW YORK (NEA) The foivfrom the fact that this year's

mal and romantic wedding gown,
pretty as a white-frosted cake, has
j come back into the fashion pic-
i turn '.- .' - ' ... 1
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Brides this June wiU'be wear wearing
ing wearing elegant t gowns -with f u 1 L
sweeping skirts and a light, misty
look provided by light-weight silk,
frothy lace or silk, organdie.


needed only-cleaning and waxing
to convert it to a lamp table.
Perhana like minv voune wom
en, you've sewed clothing btit nev
er tackled home furnishings.: The
techniques are not so different.
You don't need a special sewing
machine..-" "' '?. : ; ;:;'
A reliable "machine plus 1 few
of the simplest .attachments were
ail mat; were used nere. ine ad adjustable
justable adjustable zipper and-cording at
tachment inserts a zipper ,in a
dress placket and does the same
for a pillow cover,..!! also .stich,es
ine coraing arouna we aupcover
seamsv ' s -.
If this is your first try at home
furnishings, you can get specific
help from sewing centers experts
who also can show you new aids
to malting various types of drape
ries, new .materials that simplify
valances and the step-by step
aaavfciivu w Buvvfvi 11, a viuimvv,
a stiff material which can be cut
with scissors, shapes, the t seal
loped valance in this room..
Gray cotton tweed, easy to work1
with and presenting no tricky pattern-matching
problems, is a hand
some and practical choice for the
slipcovers. Studio bed wear a tai

of his Quae's (Bncli

This trend to the classic white
young brides want furmal church
weaauigs. ineyre not micresiur,
as brides of past seasons were, in
gowns that can double as evening
dresses after the wedding.: They
want one-occasion dresses and
tk., n.nn, th.w,- im.II...
uoj ,fiib viiiu a yiit ma uc-i
signers can make them.
-' :
. .New York stores say that wed-

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lored : cover with straight shirt
oronea oy kick pleats.;
Another -armchair; similar to
the one on hand, was found and
we two covered to match the
bed. For daytime, one bed pillow
has. a cover to match the drapery
fabric. Two other1 pillow covers
add a sharp accent color fire-
engine red..
Ships cut from -the drapery fab fab-bric
bric fab-bric are" machine' appliqued ; to
tbesj;. Bed. saildotb appear again
as a covering : for a loanrrubber
cushion 011 the1 'skat of the black-
painted desk .chair.
Some simple carpentry i helped
the cause .along; The table, minus
a few inches m height, makes an
attractive- coffee; table.- Twoc ftn
ished-at-home bookcases stacked
one atop the other hold part' of
the library. Open shelves above
louvered door cabinets hold the
rest;, f
- These units were ; made from
lumber yard boards and one second-hand
shutter. Fainted white
and .placed to flank the drapery.
they contribute decorative interest
as well at storage space, to
window end of toe room.
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Picture book bride wears a short-sleeved formal, gown of Im Im-orted
orted Im-orted White chantilly lace and nylon tulle. A Itted bodice dips

inio a long me wtsq. .ce

back panels.' Both skirt and alight train are lined In taffeta.

ding gowns in price brackets from
$125 to $200. soil well and the
headdresses that accompany the

gowns are priced (and sell) at JJO.squarecut. Some brides favor the

on tip. v
The ballerina-length gown u re-
served tor ma very young iieeo-
aee) bride and is .usually worai.
with headdress less formal in feel-
it.. AW k.i
tufi umu utc uiuvaii v icia-
loom bridal veil.
Sweeping skirts (without trains)
are cut with smooth fronts and


.. NEA Beauty Editor
MORE andv more women are
bothered these days by dry or sen sensitive
sitive sensitive skin. The women who have
this problem include not just the
mature ones, who are undergoing
the normal process of aging, but
many younger enes who formerly
never had a minute of trouble.
The causes are varied and may
range from scalp trouble the aft after
er after effects i of an allergy, during
which the skin flakes off. 1
Whatever the causes, the prob
lem is growing, as it is reflected
ut an increasing number of cos
metic products designed to clean
the skin without soap, to wash and
cure scalp difficulties,' to keep the
ups reo wiuioui orying mem, 10
keep the nose powdered without
increasing .the. dryness.. '.';' r.
A brand-new product Is Vo n e
designed not for outdoor wear,
but for- coping with the problem
during the sleeping hours.
This;is a facial 011. ine manu
facturer suggests that v a smau
amount of the product be warmed
slightly and then smoothed Over
the skm beiore retiring u is
designed to stimulate dry skin
and remove the flaky particles
that are as irritating as ; dan
druff, and more conspicuous, y
For women wno aont care to
go to bed with a preparation on
their, skin, the maker offers ran
alternate.. The ou a put: on ana
then a warm washcloth is applied

You "ean't be well'-dressed iflt's better to have fewer things
your make-up's overdone.; Put a j but to feel proud, when you wear

good, strong light in your bath-1

room or at your mase up lauie.iaKe crc ui uieiu. nang up

and don't coddle yourself with
frilly. shades or pink lights. .You
want the truth when you reach
for the powder box. ; ; ;
Paris -shows tortoise shell as
the newest medium for costume
jewelry and buckles.. t c'1 i
A Sound fashion rule is always
to buy the best you can afford.
Best fabric, best line, best leather.
FRYING v ".-i......-
mis A Food and Markets Editor
u. u- raeine for fried chick
en in a basket which has only 115
calories for a 4-ounce serving m m-stead
stead m-stead ,tl 235 for the same portion
fried 4he uaditionai way,
tt- nmo from Ruth West's book,
"Stop Dieting, Start Losihg. This
book of many recipes shows you
how to lose two or mree puuuua
. ir .nit ctill ninv pea soup.
nnrk choos., hot corn pone, appie
wcca auu
pie a la mode and other mouth
watering OlMie.
Fried Chicken or Chicken in a
. Basket
Cut 3-pound fryer into serving
pieces, u n 1 e s s you ve
"parts." Rub each piece of chick chicken
en chicken all over with the inside of a
lemon that has been cut into quar
ters,, squeezing juice out as you
Then' salt each piece liberally
n woraeo into I rent.' Side and
back interest created by ruffles.

bows and tiers. Best-liked neckline' ver, marketing must be invested
treatments are the bateau and the ion weekends or in the evenine.

perennial retex ran collar out
most brides lust want a nrettv.
iianering neckline. r
Many- of the formal
have short sleeves and are worn
;ik .k.a 1 -i 1 .L L

wiui anuii, wiiai jeuui wuue ueu aivunu ii. rreparauons are
(gloves though gauntlets and mitts1 made in advance, cleaning up and
are also shown for wear, with the'eatching up are dope afterwards,
short sleeve. v iover several days.


1 .
Very dry skin gets an appli application
cation application of a new facial It's
smoothed on, warmj' before
bedtime. -v. -. . r
and leff on for 15 to 20' minutes. It
may also, be used before- a hot
bath or shower. rv ..
them. And once you have them.
clothes to air at the end of ; the
day, keep shoe trees in, your
shoes, use saddle soapand polish
for. leather., . -
Do you possess kit overstuffed
handbag? Maybe it's time for re reorganization.
organization. reorganization. Do you really, need
everything in it? You'll be sur surprised
prised surprised at the amount of ; 0 v e r r-weight
weight r-weight you're toting. :; ; :
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with seasoned salt, of onion salt. ,?
lifting the skin and salting well
underneath it. Sprinkle with fresh-
ly ground black pepper. ;, k
Put the pieces m a covered dish
and let chicken marinate overnight 3
in the refrigerator. When you're
ready, to cook it,, put about 1 tea-'
spoon of butter ,or margarine in ?
a heavy skillet and brdwn the
pieces lightly on all sides, press press-ing
ing press-ing the chicken down, then moving f
it around so that doesn't stick. .
f As pieces brown, lift them .into ''
a broad,' flat- casserole. If the
pieces aren't very well or evenly ,1
browtfedt doft't worry, this will be V
done .later. -. "i":C:::-
Into the brown, crusty Temain-v'
der that sticks to the bottom of the 1
skillet, pour about cup of boil-
ing water and scrape residue until :
all is blended and the pan bottom
is clean. ': ,-.
Taste this mixture adding a little
salt, and perhaps Vi teaspoon- of ;
sugar untu it's nicely seasoned.
Pour over the browned chicken in
the casserole. ; r
Cover the casserole tightly with i
aluminum, foil and put it in the '.
oven, set at 350 degrees F. Let""
it bake there for 40 minutes.
Remove aluminum foil and bake
10 to. 15 minutes longer, or until i
chicken is as deep a golden brown v
as you like. -

NEA Beauty Editor

HOW does a mature woman who
has gone to work outside the home 41
manage to- keep up her -former
standards of entertaining as a ;
beautiful hostess? ,
It takes a little practice. It also
Ukes a little less entertaining. The
parties and dinners the gives can
be just as gracious and as much
fun as before, but there will pro-
bably be fewer of them.
: Meal planning should be done

so that there is a minimum of ''

work to be done .upon arrival ;
home.',' z !u x;
Clothes for the evening should
be cleaned.- mended and sorted
almost like -a fireman's outfit.

When a woman gets home from
work, everything she's going to
wear should be laid out or hung :
up so that she can get right into :
them. '-:t"j
If she usually' takes a bathi a .'"

woman should plan on a q tf i c k f
shower between work and the
arrival of company. She should

also schedule things so that her ''
husband can have one;, too, if he -wishes.'.
"'.' T'-...-.-j t.t '. .t.
Setting the table, setting e 1 1
glasses, chilling soft drinks, and

filling the ice trays can be done

in ine morning.
The hours of work that lay the
groundwork for a dinner party party-dusting,
dusting, party-dusting, vacuuming, polishing sil- 5

So a working woman wiH quickly
find she- can't have a dozen
parties a month and stay feeling
peppy and rested. I
1 A week in which a dinner
party is planned should be organ-
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Jos 134, Pan
ith Are., lOth-lltb Streets, San Francisco, one block from
Via Porras. New, modern building. Spacious, safe play'
ground. Transportation furnished. Open for enrollment
. from I te 11 a.m. Phone 3-3794.
Social an
Metropolitan Opera closed its
19i5-56 season With a performance
of "Fledermaus" that was the
&ij Staffers.'
503, Ancon

cl Oilier,

company's goodbye to the tune- j
ful piece which has been a staple!
of its repertoire for five consec consecutive
utive consecutive seasons. "Fledermaus"
won't be back next year.
The final sight .was April. .14,
opened its annual spring tour in
Boston. In effect, the tour be began
gan began before its season dosed here.
On April 9 and 10 it went to Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore and performed "Don Pas-,
quale" and .V'Tosca" in ,lhe Lyric
Theatre there
Speaking of opera, it will sur surprise
prise surprise some to learn- that on an
annual average, there are nine,

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MK. AND MRS. E. MORRIS CHERRT of Balboa, C. Z., have
word of the marriage of their son lit. Edward M. Cherry, Jr.
to Mis? Eileen Rogers, of Mountain View, Calif ornia. The young
counl were married on March 81st:; at Reno. Nevada. Miss

Rogers is a. former resident of the Atlantic Side of the Isthmus J

tax, cnerry is a araauaie ui ohiuu mjii ocnuui, og iim bccu
four years -of service In the United States AW Force, and Is
now taking an-apprenticeship with the Telephone Company in.
California.. The newly weds are now residing at 1960 Woodland
,..',' ... Ave., Palo Alto, California.

i lVi at Mtt mm an ARRANGEMENT' of red ginger to demonstrate the. fcHogarth-;
5?IJE& Mrs Morgan The .ggt&S
honor at the Flower- Show on Monday, at ,8:05 p.nv
are Mrs. Pat Morgan and Rear Admiral and Mrs. M. E. Miles. , T--f i

Rear Admiral and Mrs. Milton E. Miles will open the
Ftoww ShoTte be held at 4he Balboa YMCA-USO on Mon-
7,Tkto howconclud'es the present course in Flower Ar-
nnrement and marks 4he twentieth course conducted by
'mi? Pa t Mo?ia Taince 1947; Approximately 4,000 persona
. bten enroUed I ?n these courses since their beginning.
wSaSSSuntif enrolled will compete for .rdf
the basis of original design, color harmony, balance,
"ndMon and hiteresVof material and its relation to con-
?a?ner. Each student will place three entries: cut flowers,
f fruits and vegetables, dried and exotic.
i In preparation for the show entries b Jft'"

' n LeonelU Rodriguei, Adellna Sous, Anna
if if Maria Lulsa de Sanches, Herminia de Ri-
1 iSMhS!Vt Magnuson as -chaU-man;
! vera, reggy AD"".. ".. iaSa. Elena Escalona. Lus E.

and members, w -T:, ... Vele.. Havdee.

VSTSmH Mon Bever.
T. fem xfM,.J T Werner. Roberta Shirley, Amelia Hed Hed-1,
1, Hed-1, Anderson, MHd'ed WwM'v.rHe.M with Doris Little as

man Margare n?', ;

hairman.,., ;

Faella T Be featured (

.innll Will b1

Mrs n"t ivr
hostess at a luncheon at her res-tdUMto-
Bell-Vlsu. on
day at 1:00 pJB. Thts is-J;
la Thursday luncheon held by
the Spanish speakine. group. ol
Panama-and Cana Zone ladies
vho cet together ffot -nx"
nge of cultural .ideas In the
gpanlsh language. k
u,.:.cF j.v'...Wtm "nf .the

luncheon will .toj.f. "Plla
(Spanish Rice).
f oreptimist Club To Meet
The newly formed Swoptlnnlst
Club of I Panama will hold a
mating on Wednesday at. 40

Rosita palaclos, president, wl'liMiss Edna Hart

.open .the. meeting.. ; ;


Building on VlaEspftila

Wednesday at 4:00 p.m. v

Guests are invited to aueuu.

Hal Moore Has Birthday Party

Vminv Unl MnnrP son OT L.U1.

and Mrs. H. Moore of Albrook,
entertained a group of about tep
hti mnno fripnris at a- swim

ming party at Fort Kobbe Beach

followed by a binnaay umner i
lh home of his parents on Frt-

aay. .

Returns To M3aml
Mr. Rene Garcia of Guest Alr Alr-v.
v. Alr-v. Miami : returned vesterdav

hv apa after SDendine a few

nag v. QrDTinntTin nn mi 'ixlii

mus. He was registered at We

Hotel El Panama.

tar. Joseph Cunningham

In Costa Rica


At a meeting of the Zeta Upsl-

in the action of the musical
play: leprechauns 'hide in -its
hranr-hps mflnpo floats from it

at opportune moments, ''and !a-

mong iw roots lies me goiaeu
pot filched by Finian from his
native Ireland and used to en enrich
rich enrich the already, fertile soil of
Missitucky,. U.8 A :

Thoueh trees are one": of the

most common elements of the

daily scene they Drove to be one

of thev more .difficult natural
nhpnnmenft tn rinnllrnta fnr rira.

matic purposes. However, with a

iew two-Dy-iours, some cnicsen
wire, (?lue, paper machi, and
muslin Mi Rrto-ht in talrnr the.

task in stride. Using the banyan
trees along Rooseveit Avenue as
his models, he feels his finished
product will be of sufficient stur stur-dlness
dlness stur-dlness to withstand the buffet-

ines of the many cast member,!.

Thera rnwrf hi nn fee. thafc H

will fall over and do damage to

oaiDoa ineaiec s i)uu cinema

scope screen. -

fnr Snrfl .17 "TIpfrAte ay nn aaIa

aVthrjWB-Usd"and afsoat the

autooa xneaier box uiiice

The whnle world knows ibout the

vast stream of weapons and equip equipment
ment equipment that rolled out of America's
factories, during eWorld-War II -the
titanic tide, -flowing ; to the
ends of the earth., which bad a

: marked if not a decisive effect

on modern history. '.-;." l. -Few
Americans. 1owever. and

harHlv anvnn elsewhere 'realize

the enormous physical and political

prooiems mai naa ro ue gvercume
to translate America's industrial
ootential into the reality of guns,

ships and planes. ;

Francis Walton's mikacuk ue
WORLD WAR II (Macmillan) is
an-extensive exploration of this

brilliant achievement, examining

the problems involved, in the pro production
duction production of everything from pea-
miA hull ho-rino" tn the atom

bomb. 'and detailing -- as far aip

security i will permit the solu solutions
tions solutions that were found.. s r

while, this is 'fundamentally a

Ek notice (or tnehnloa la thl
cnhinn ahatiM ubmiHa im typc typc-wnlt
wnlt typc-wnlt (arm ud nailtd t (
the kox number! titled diilr In "S.
eial ami Oihenwlsc," or delivered
iby kind to the afflr. Neliee. (
L neelinif canosl k (crepled b Mia.
pbooa. .. r. ... ,.

American Legion Auxiliary,. V

By United Press


(Compiled by Publishers' Weekly)

1 ANDERSONVILLE i- MacKin MacKin-'
' MacKin-' lay Kantor.
' vO'Hara


O'Connor t.
Waugh 4
Herman Wouk
AUNTIE. MAME W Patrick Den-
' nis. . ...
CASH McCALL Cameron Haw-
;,e T ;


MURPHY Morev Bernstein

i Morrow Lindbergh '


fascinating story, much of it must i PROFILES IN COURAGE John

lneyilSDiy oe tola is un iorm m y ;r..&enneuy. t r -statistics,
tabulations f facta-and THE SCROLLS FROM THE DEAD

futures hard to dramatire.

. Walton, a t o r m e r newsman
turned industrial publicist, does a
masterful job' of telling his story

in language that is always clear

and readawe, onen wryiy amusing
and sometimes actually exciting.
He-has -supplemented his personal
h-nntulautoa. nf Wartimd' lluluStfV

-with- extensive research tato the

ncrsonalltici ana noucies mat

brought about America's prodigi

ous proaucuqn v y f;;; j .
fh t ri'l of THE VAN

QUISHED ANGEL, by Diana and
Mir Riilnn ( John Davl is Israel.

and the time, the turbulent yevs

during ana just aner worm war
II. This is a novel of Jewish strug strug-nia.
nia. strug-nia. jm ffint Jew. the terror

ist Irgun against the- British and

their mandate Jev, against Arab
in open warfare.' v v,
Yoel Bar Ze've has one dream
a free Jewish state. While, still
a boy, he joins the outlawed Ha Ha-aanab.
aanab. Ha-aanab. or Jewish' Agency for Pal

estine.- In London, where ha goes

to further bis education for greater

Edmund Wilson



i, noius raceiing to lurtuer nis eaucauon ior grciei
The American Legion Auxllia tervice, he falls in love with Oliv-

rv ITnlt Mn 1 halrl alsrtlnn nf

officers recently at the Ameri-

:Those elected toxoid office for

. Tourist congress in- ou
Costa Rica. He has bees named
special delegate to the Congress
and also, Representative of the
Interamerican Hotels Assocla-
: tion.' .,',;-": -.) v-';:X.u.:;:iivv
- Luncheon At Cerre AnlSl IZ
- Mr and Mrs. Ernest Koref will
ntertaln at a luncheon at theh
country home In Cerro Azul for
Mr. and Mrs. Terence Ford and
the consul of Switzerland and
Mrs. Robert Endinger, next Sun-
7' i-
" To Lectutt Here
n, vt nnlrlsfetrt wilt five a

talk on the Development of the
Mentally Retarded ChUd at thej
Beneficencla Israelita in Pana Panama
ma Panama on Wednesday at 4:00 p.m.
Dr. Goldstein is vlsitinjt here
at the Invitation of the Univer University
sity University of Panama. The Goldsteins
will remain on the Isthmus for
two weeks before returning to
Kew York. They are registered at
: the Hotel El Panama. ;
IAWC To Sponsor "
Lecture by Dr. Fairchild t
The Cultural Committee of
the IAWC will sponsor a lecture

trs and plants at the air concU-l

m a .meewug or uie ,citt Those elected to hold office for:
Ion chapter of Kappa Delta pi, ai1956.57 are president; Mrs. Joan
national honor society in educa-irvrnrm.n. i.t tr. vrb.iiint

Mrs. Muriel Black: 2nd Vice

President, Mrs. Anita McKeown;

I CWta Kica ,uauuuai nunur guuici; m cuui-
Mr .msenh R. Cunningham, Is : tion held at th State University

mtienaing iui nc iui& iwihcij vuuc(.

Fredonia, N.Y. last night, -Miss

Edna Hart oi itaiooa He ignw re reported
ported reported on her recent trip ta Ok-
lnhnma A onrl M' Pnlloffe In

Stillwater, Oklahoma &i a dele

gate to the biennial national
convention of this organization.
. Rhk waa fitnoiilarlu hnnnrpfi hv

the convention in being asked to

run as a meniDer oi tne national
executive board. She was forced
tn riftMfna hnwever tna.QmiiH

an executive member is required

to niua oiitce ior two years ana
Miss Hart will graduate from
Fredonia in June 1957. .
The members attending last
nl&ht"' rnnAtinnp rur noi-riiiilar-

a v u(t,v ba tt ayna viui.
ly impressed by her report and

recommenaauons. ine cnapter
felt honored that one of Its
members was asked to run for
such an Important office.
This was thevlirst trip that
Mis$ Hart had : made to the

southwest. She reported that the
south lives up to its reputation
for hospitality.

Clarence Bright

uupucates Nature

..... u.l.v, BbUUCilV
of Balboa High School will con

struct a semi-impressionistic cy cypress
press cypress tree for the forthcoming
production of Finian's Rainbow.
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tioned, theater of the usiSThis tree assumes an Importance

VAIT fcr lh2 FOrmAC SIX
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- See us' TODAY for-more details
: CIV A, S. A.'

Chaplain, Mrs. Bessie Campbell;
Historian, Mrs. Hua Rlgby; Sgt,

si Arms,- Mrs. cieanor uonnur.
Denartment Exepntiv. Commit

tee Women, Mrs. Patricia

George, Mrs. Joan O'Connsil.
Unit Executive Committee Wom Women;
en; Women; Mrs. Emma Gasperl, Mrs
Barbara O'Connor, Mrs. Caro Carolina
lina Carolina npriaanv .i

To Have Guest Speaker '

- capi. r-awara w. Hoagson oi
the Salvation Army, will be the
guest speaker of the Tower club
at tomorrow evening's .meeting
(to take place at 0:30 in Bishop
Morris Hall). For supper reserva

tions, you may call Panama 3-

0148, Panama 3-2765, or. Baiooa

Rosarv Altar Society to Meet

The Rosary Altar society or
the Sacred Heart Chapel in An-i
con will hold its regular monthly
meeting on Tuesday, following!
recitation of the Rosary at 7:30;
p.m.;;.:,, ;,p4:r;-?:i
A social hour will follow an
important business meeting. All
members are asked to be present.!

I CZ Pacific Squadron To Hold

Annual ciecuon oi umccrs i

On Friday, tne c.z. racux
SnnaHrnn nf th USPS Will hold

the annual : election of officers-

at the Pedro Miguel Boat ciuo.
Dinner will be served at 7:00 1
p.m. and will be followed by the
meeting. All U-S. Power Squad-1

run memoers are rcqucaicu w
be present.

ia Turner ffpntil. TheV mSITV

and for a time live happily in- an

agricuiiural .cuuiiuuuu;
fa. Then, with Rommel threaten threatening
ing threatening in tha' Wast Vael is called 'to

Jerusalem to oreanize a civilian

. . ? i i

ngntiflg iorce. uuvia u empivym
by a newspaper to act as a liaison

reporter with the Jjrititn commun commun-ity.
ity. commun-ity. i l '
Rnlhsra work in ff too bard tn

city where hardly a night goesby
without violence. When Olivia
seeks reassurance in the company
of a British police officer, her re relationship
lationship relationship with Yoel is strained to
Um kraalrina lthint.. I'

. The authors lfved for several

years in Jerusalem during the Sec
ond War. Their novel has the im

mediacy of first-band reporting

Trwin Shaw new book LUCY


CROWN (Random .House)

story of marital Infidelity and

J19- tuiiopiiucutra aiic iw-j -vv
Lucy. Crown, alone at a Vermont
mountain resort with her 13-vear-

old son. Tony, in the lummer of
.mam . 1 t. 1 111....

iiut, (inas nerjeu wuuuui uwn uwn-ing
ing uwn-ing how 4t quite, happened, in involved
volved involved in an affiir with a young

college student Jeff Bunner,

Tony7s tutor. Tony surprises .the
lovers and panics, calling his fa father
ther father back from the, city to tell
him. This episode and the relentlessly-snowballing
reactions of Ol Oliver
iver Oliver the father, of Lucy, and of
Tony coyer the, first part of, the
book. The second is concerned with
the destruction of the family and
the- reunion of mother ana son
twenty, years later. .-u t
.After a strong start, the novel
peters out to a disappointing fin finish
ish finish disappointing because the
first part is amazingly clear, per perceptive,
ceptive, perceptive, and persuasive. The sec second
ond second part, a mire of soap-opera
cliches, failed to sustain the read reader's
er's reader's interest ;
The A-B-Ca of cancer are pre-
.ntrl in a honlr hv Dr.. Charles

S. Cameron, medical and scientific
director of the American Cancer

Society. His book. THE "TRUTH

ARnirr tanpfr fPrenticeHaU)

is writted simply and lucidly and

explains air ui -passe oi. mis
dread menace that; could interest
the layman: first signs, with pic pictures;
tures; pictures; possible causes including
smoking; treatments chances -of
wire; cancer in children: a sec

tion on quacks. Dr. Cameron states
that '"Today, one-half of all. can cancer,
cer, cancer, patients can be saved IF
, traatari in ima." Ignorance

ni) rlna on the nirt of the

patient are the worst thieves of

tne saiety margin, me awiui a c

opera performances in the United
States every day. The annual to total
tal total is' 3,217 performances by 541
groups professional, student,
and amateur in 47 states. In

the last two years, 210 different
operas have, been beard in the i

United states. Only 65 were stand-1
ard repertoire operas. The re-1
mainder were by contemporary
American and European compos-1
era or were obscure 18th and 19th j
century works. ,

These- statistics were revealed

at a two-day opera conference

here sponsored by the Central!

Opera Service of the, Metropolitan
Opera's National Council. Some
So opera-producing organizations
throughout the country were rep represented.
resented. represented. :,.:;V-''.
The summer concerts of the Bos

ton Symphony at the Berkshire i
Festival in Lenox, Mass., will be-1
rri T.,w M MJ AMJ kurl .14 13 A

fin uij &v auu vhju nug u. be between
tween between those dates the orchestra

will play three times each week
end, on Friday and Saturday eve evenings
nings evenings and Sunday afternoons.

Beginning July 8, a chamber
orchestra made up of Boston
Symphony players will perform

for two consecutive week ends.

playing In the main, Bacb ; and

.Mozart. r .-. -.'.
For the series of full orchestra
concerts, Charles Munch will do
most of the conducting but Pierre
Monteaux will : conduct two and
Richard Burgin, Eleazar de Car Car-,valho,.
,valho,. Car-,valho,. and Leonard Bernstein
will conduct pse each.

!: The 39th summer concert series
in the Lewisholn Stadium of the
iTAllesa nt th Citv of New York

begins June 18 and will continue

fnr nt wMki inert m i De 3u

concerts altogether, five each
week and with Fridays and Sun

days held open ior concerts caueu
off because of rain. ; i-
Six conductors have been 'en

gaged Monteaux, Vladimir

n iKkmiin a axannar Mnaiiens.

Thomas Scherman, H o w a r d i

Mitchell, and William smcsiana.
tu. m still ka mabinv thair

Alls aat ww "--'
first appearances in the stadium, i ia aAnniiPTor nr ins xvu?

.a.wu,. . I

tional Symphony of Washington

nil strtrtunrt u conaucior oi me

Oratoria Society of New. York."

ITAUTiTftRn. Conn. -. .(UP)

Herman J. Grimme, 13, collected

15 bounty from tna city ior a rea
fox he shot within city limits.
Grimme,. who used a bow and ar arrow
row arrow to finish off the fox, was the
first person to collect the bounty
in $ years.


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Nursery School
87 Mexico Ave.
jet W545- ; '
'Best la town. American,
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Mis. CORNEJQ, Principal


' today
llt30 a.m. to 3;30 p.m.
In tha air-conditioned
, ,. t ..,v.,.,,;lt .,,,..-
marvellout combination f
braakaf and lunch for
; Sunday latiarisaril ;p f

Choice of complimentary cocktail of a really mouth
watering; Brunch menu. Music by tucho Azcarraga, at ;
the organ; entertainment for young and old by .'
Eric the Great. v. ; $2.25 pperson

have you heard the "Chlqulta Banana Oirl"7
, slncing at 8:30 it 11:30 p.m. nightly In rs
the alr-condltloned Bella Vista Boom. s

, Mlhlmum 12. person ,

' Call Max,
8-1680, -for


A Klrkeby Hdet

T ' .
enjoy yourtelf It'i eheaptr than you think at XI Pjimmil

iit a perience indicates.;

Pacific Royal Palm

OES Club To Meet
The Pacific Royal Palm OES;
Club will meet Thursday evening
at the Tivoll Guest House at 7:00
p.m. ,' '. -. i
Hostess for Ihe eveninn will be j
Mrs. John M.; Davis and Mrs.
Dow Walker.


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- DR. C. I. fABREGA, O.0.S.V
. pa Vacation, Until May lit.
TlvoH h al Jaly Aya.. .AM
(ooposit Aaron School PtaysreonM
TTxaV WS11 fa

-: phone Panama S-C55I,

TRANSPORTES baxub. s a.

ackers V SMonsrs
PhaM,2;245 2-62
tsar RMIt ''!.''. -!
Biding 6V Jmoplno classes 'Ms
! 1 .'hen 1-0279,
' at fcy wpintmnt.


' WB will relieve Vonr.

corn, catkratses, nails -.-CHIROPODIST-
(Of. Bcholls trained)


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FOR SALE: Btdroom, Uvinf
. room, diaiaj room furairura, ra
rigerator, gat stOTa. AH lw.
Ttrmt (TiiliUa. Pkaaa 3-5017 v
Paaama. r'

FOR SALE: Oa account trip.
Many furnitur, practically now;
daap fraaiar G.I.. II ft. 44th
Straar, Bella Vista No. 37, Apt.,
T. Call 3-0701

FOR SALE: 8 cu. ft. Coldspot
ratriearatar, apartment lixa iid
2 moi. Like new SI 60. Call Al Al-kraok
kraok Al-kraok B6T5280. w v

FOR SALE: Easy Spindrr $12.
excellent condition, used IS mo.
Original vain $225. Call Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook S6-S280.

FOR SAI,E?- Youth bed, new
Innertprint mattress $35; high high-:
: high-: chair $5. 204, Sth Street, Cu-
."randu.v 'iv -'-vt;V A

TOR SALE: Mahbgany drop drop-leaf
leaf drop-leaf tabl (Duncan-Phyf legs)
and four matching chairs,' ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Reasonable,
hone Curundu 4272. -


FOR SALE;-. Mahogany dining
table, 4 chairs, table pad $25;
baby furniture, bibv bed, high high-chair,
chair, high-chair, playpen, stroller, car seat.
All $30. 22II-D Curundu. tela-phono-83-5l04,


FOR SALE.w 1952 Oidsmobile
"98" 4-door sedan with hydra- -:
matk, radio and many extras.
Entire car in excellent condition
and Tory clean. Priced to sell
quickly. Phono, duty hours, 85
3206 and evening. 87-5246.

FOR SALE: 1954 Ford 2-door,-
low mileage, excellent condition.
Must sell immediately. Call 6 6-739.C.Z.
739.C.Z. 6-739.C.Z. ,;

FOR SALE. 1952 DeSoto Fire Fire-dam
dam Fire-dam 4-door sedan R&H, power
steering, ander 3 0,000 miles,
$950. 4273 Albrook.

FOR SALE: 1954 Studebakar
; Commander 4-door sedan. Over-
drive, turn, signals, excellent -condition.
Phono Balboa 1581.

FOR SALE: '49 Studebakar 4-:
.door Land Cruiser, looks good,,
runs good, $450; Wurlitier pia piano.
no. piano. Call 2-3607 or 2-3009. j

, FOR SALE. '53 BelAir Conrer Conrer-:
: Conrer-: tibia, undercoat, wsw, radio,
no-rust, $1250. 13 down, b
lane up to 24 months. Ft, Kob Kob-be
be Kob-be 84-3277. ,

FOR SALE t 1951- Oldsmobil
, "98" 4-door sedan. Hydrama Hydrama-.
. Hydrama-. tic, radio, hearer, good tires, low
mileage, car in vary good condi- ;
tien, $ at Qtre. 10-
C, Fort Clayton or call 87-4149.

New Orleans Symphony Orchestra
Schedules Panama Concert April 23

" WlirJlbELPHlA-TVi Inter

est in new office equipment tnd

office" machines U t one of the

highest levels in history,, accoraing
to a survey conducted by the Ne-

tiooil Office Management associ
ation. (:

' Th association said that new

equipment ia the top item of inter.

esi ior omces aecuuvw wuaj.
On firm reoorted that it expected

to purchase llO.OOQ.OOO -worth of

equipment uus year. n "
penditure Is expected to be $28,400,

. Adaing ana caicuiaung wai-muos,
typewriters, iurniture and filing
equipment headed' the list of items
of interest
Accounting and tabulating ma machines,
chines, machines, addressing machines, dic dictating
tating dictating and duplicating equipment,
and mailroom equipment followed
closely ,
V 4 mmmJim Meanaan ena-an
Prof Sees More
Chemical Elements

. CHARLTON, Mass.' (UP)
A five-ton boulder will be moved
. 40 miles from Charlton to Amherst

- to serve as a memorial to the late
Prof. Haven D. Brackett of Qark
The stone will be spotlighted in
front of the new $250,000 Alumni
House at Amherst College, Brae Brae-kett's
kett's Brae-kett's alma mater. ;
Twenty-five years ago, Brackett
had the following words inscribed
nn the boulder in Latin:

- "This Little Corner of the Earth

"Smiles in my estimation
"Beyond all others.'

n... 1 nn 111 ,1.,. mi m 1 inn nig, .M'MUriyii,iMiW.CS- J" t
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FOR SALE: Two Frigidair air air-conditioners:
conditioners: air-conditioners: 1 (One) 1-ton unit
220 V.; (One) 4-ton unit 1 10
V. Both in excellent condition
for $418.14. Tel. 3-09110915.
7 a.m. to 2 p.m.

FOR SALE-Three door press,
good condition; piano; wicker
chair. Phone 1158, Colon.

BABY ORCHIDS, corsages, bou bou-ejuets
ejuets bou-ejuets hospital, birthday anni-.
versary delivered anywhere U U-nited
nited U-nited States, Panama, Canal
Zona." Telephones: Panama 3-'

Q77I; Cristobal IQi.

FOR SALE: Cr adio. Silver.

. tone 1 948, excellent condition,
$20. R. W..Coy. Phono Balboa
2778. ..

FOR SALE- Nsvion 205. 913
hours total time, "213 sine top
overhaul, 20-gal, aux, tank. Full
tyro panel, lF transceiver. All
1 CAA mandatory- bulletins up.
Never damaged, Vary clean $1,-
. 000. Phone 3-5418 Panama.

Chrisliaii Science
Lecturer Channing
HerelThii Weritl

ALEXANDER HILSBERG, conductor and music director of the
New Orleans Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, works with
Peter Makas and Yuan Tang, cellists, during a recent rehearsal

1 11 1 nv wine ",'
tm 0OM
"I?ri! ...MlbeiiriHiie
Sasnjny Setl,
IVV,S, Vla'nana
' pVa-l f TVs' and 4Sth St
' I iT U

- The New Orleans Symphony
Orchestra, which will play la
Panama on Monday, April 23 un

der the auspices of the Daniel
Society with the cooperation of
the "-American National Theater
and Academy (ANT A), although
only 20 years old, Is currently
rated as one of the finest In the

Most of the national acclaim
heaped upon the orchestra has

Deen in tne last two years or
since Alexander Hilsbersr be

came musical director and con

Hilsberg,' who was associate

conductor of the famed Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia orchestra directly prior

to taking over the New Orleans

baton, has improved the quality
of his 85-plece group to the

point where It is universally con conceded
ceded conceded to be a big-time organiza organization.
tion. organization. v. .( ;:--:-:,'

Recognized as the outstanding
symphony orchestra in the

South, the New Orleans Sympho

ny, under Hilsberg. has intro

duced a new and exciting spirit

; !-jM 3 CHOICE

morexthan 600,000 school chil

dren in Louisiana and to an .es .estimated
timated .estimated adult audience of well

uyer a muuun.

Personal appearances of the

Symphony have Increased. Un-i!

der Husoerg, who nas been hail-;
ed as one of the great conduc conductors
tors conductors of our day4 the musics
whether by Bach or- Bartok

takes on a hew and richer mean meaning.
ing. meaning. ,,:,,,;,,..,':.,: ,,
Tlcketa for ; the April' 23 'con

cert are on sale at Morrison's,
Tivoll Avenue, and at the box of-

iice 01 uie uenirai xneaier.
Capital Cost Soars
In Transport Field

' House ; ;

FOR RENT: Chalet on Golf
Heights, completely furnished, 2
bedrooms (one air-conditioned (,
maid's ojuarton, 7th Street, San
Francisco (Chalet Chesterfield),
; Call 2-1050. r

FOR RENT: Chalet 2 bedrooms,
living-dining, maid's roam with
bath, garfo. B screened. Tele-
phone 3-1275, 3-3341. Trans Trans-Isthmian
Isthmian Trans-Isthmian Highway.

FOR RENT: Chalet at Las Cum-,
bras: 2 bodrooms, msld'i room,
living room, dining room, garage. c
Boyac Street (Los Andes Sur)

FOR RENTr-House. Las Cum Cum-bros:
bros: Cum-bros: 3 bodrooms, -maid's room.'
Balboa 2-3179

FOR RENT Furnished chalet:
2 bedrooms, liying-diaing, refri refrigerator,
gerator, refrigerator, garage, gardtni 18th St.
No. 10, San- Francisco. 4

FOR RENT: 3 -bedroom chalet
' with hot water and steal gym.
40th East St. No. 3-15. Phone

Real Estate

FOR SALE:-Due to trip, farm
5 hectares with Wooden house
- for living, chicken coops Mid
broo-d of American chickens,
l' fruit trees, river, electric plant, ;
well with water pump and motor.
' Now Arraiian. oa th National
Highway. Bargain $6500. $4000
cash and take over $2500 mort mortgage.
gage. mortgage. Call Mr. Benjamin Trotter,',
' Phono 3110 Cocoli, Panama 2 2-1347.
1347. 2-1347. ',cv',:'V:.T,--'.


ATTENTION 6. LI Just built
modem furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold w a t a a,
Phono Panama 3-4941.

FOR RENT: Furnished apart
meat J n c I a d i n g rof rigeratorv
Good surroundings, tiled, screen-
d. $65. 1 12 Via Belisaria for
rea, near Roosevelt Theater.

FOR. RENT 2-b.droem apart
ment with hot water heater, ua-1
furnished or partially furnished.
Av. Cuba No. 58,' Apt. 9. Tele Telephone.
phone. Telephone. 2-1227 or 3-3329.

FOR RENT-Furnished 1-bed-
room modem apartment, garage.
168. Vie lelisari Porras.

Help Wanted


PHILLIPS Oceeoaid Cottatea,
fantej Clam. Boa 435, Belhoo,
bol 3-1(73. v

Swim and relax at ShrapnaT
beach names, Santa Clara. Phone
. Thompson, Balboa 1772.

beach houea. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Balboa 1866.

Wanted to Buy

bp. outboard 1954-55. Trailer 'i
for 15-foot boat. Balboa 2321.

WANTED. Reliable maid over
30 with reference for' general
housework and live In. 6233-3,,
.Lea Rasa;.'.' .r i Z t v.'.

WANTED. Cook and laundress
-with experience. "Almacen Cyr--nos,'
Tivoli Avenue. Mrs. Stain-
ssr.cV-V"' -y. .'--, '-'--

Pof ifion Offered

FOR SALE: Beautiful chalet,
San Francist Read N. 129: 2
bsdrooms, sarvant's room, gar- :
den, fruit trees, largo garage,
ate. Apply within. Phene 3-2577.

FOR SALE Lots in las Cum.
bras, 4889 motors, 50c. meter?
lot on Trans-Isthmian Highway,
Mil 16, 7500 meters and 5000
meters, 60c. meter. CaH Curl

VIRGINIA farms and real oc octet
tet octet for sal. Sand for free Kst.
t Lenden Atkins,, broker, Farm Farm-'
' Farm-' vill. V. -y 7

WANTED: Experienced gar.,
doner. Parttim ob Apply Cess
Central 9126, Bolivas Avenue
. Colon. ,.

Support For Drive


! WE BWY-Pick-,p. V4-ton and
. 4-ton, excellent condition. Ga Garage
rage Garage Elias. Phono 2-1995.

Coats '& Motorf

FOR SALE: Mark '55 long
shaft Mercury outboard with re remote
mote remote controls and extras. Par
chased he January 1956. Contact
Capt. Vernon D Adams, Albrook
AFB. Call' Ext. 6275 Albrook
after 6 p.m. -,;,'V.V,

FOR SALE: 15-ft. outboaroly
with 1 5 hersepowor Evinrude.
cruise-a-day tank, trailer.- Fully
guippod. many extras, excellent
condition. Balboa 3-6344.

WARREN, Conn. -UP) Demi
ocratie Chairman Renrtrn Ch firm 111

hopes some day his party's town
MinimiHiu mill .Uni- ...

vuuiuiii4cc vriu aitatu iLo iuii mem membership
bership membership of 30. There are. only 2S
registered Democrats in Warren. ;s

WELL, BUILT retirement bomeo.
m the- Sunshin City of Florida.
... St; Petersburg, from $7,500. Al Also
so Also reasonable rentals. Contact
. Rsahor. 195 9th St. North St.
Petersburg. ':" iAr i

The annual Crusade tar Vr

dom fund raising campaign is be being
ing being held in the Canal Zone t thjs
month, .with the funds from the
campaign being used to support
Radio-Free Europj and Fre Eu Europe
rope Europe Press. 'i,yv4'. : 1
. Who. supports Radio Free Eu Europe
rope Europe Press? Radio Free Europe
and Free Europe Press are operat operated
ed operated by the Free Europe Committee.

Inc., a group f private .American
citizens. This .Committee receives

support from the American peo

ple, who contribute voluntarily to

me uusaae ior UTeeaom.

Each dollar vou donate means

one minute of truth to the people

behind, th Iron Curtain. Crusade
for Freedom funds are the sole sud-

rport for Radio Free, Europe- and

t ree Europe .rress.




More Recreation '..
Experts Available ;

1THACX. N.Y. fUP) More

and more people; know how to
stage a square dance these days
or other successful community
OUtingS. .:. ,v
Prof. Berniee Scott of Cornell

University, a recreation specialist!

ior 14 years, maae conuct witn
more than 8,000- persons in one
year to help promote recreation in

rural communities and help local

leaders. ....

LOS ANGELES (UP) Amer Americans
icans Americans travel high, wide and hand-!
some, but according to a Univer University
sity University of California transportation
expert, the capital cost to public
carriers competing for oatronaee

among major American ensem- has sKyrocKetea. rli ;. ?
bles. .r; -W;

No longer does this unique: or

chestra which numbers many
of the most gifted and outstand outstanding:
ing: outstanding: voune artists in the land.

limit its virtuoso performances

to the crescent City. ;
Under the dynamic leadership
of Hilsberg, the orchestra brings
Its artistry to wherever lovers of
good music gather. In the state statewide
wide statewide broadcasts -of its Youth
Concerts, the Symphony's fine
music is now brought directly to

As one example. Dr. Lewis C.

Sorrel! pointed out, in 1942 the cost
of a new passenger plane was
about $120,000 or $6,000 per seat
''Today's new Jet airlines have

price-tags of $5,000,000 or $50,000
per seat', Sorrell said, "A similar

trend has affected the railroads.

A new day coach in the 1920's cost
about $20,000 and carried more

passengers-' than today's model

does for its cost of $100,000,"

LOTS tor

, Av; Eloy Alfaro 15.159
v 'Tel 2-0610 ;

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APRIL 18th


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When one's thought Is kept

In line with spiritual Truth to

the exclusion, oi material sense,
he is nhevlns- the admonition of

Christ Jesus to pray Jn secret."
This Is what George Oianning
says. George Channing, C.S3, a

member of tne enmuan science
board of lectureship, will arrive
on the isthmus this week for the

purpose of giving two lectures,
one at Cristobal and one at Dia Diablo
blo Diablo Heights. .

Channing declares mat enns Scientists are proving that
this InteroretatiOn of the ad

monition to pray In aecret is
supported by Indisputable evi

dence that God does answer

prayer. iV n ;
He savs that diseases are heal

ed and untoward conditions
remedied by such praying, and
that he is prepared to testify
that his own-experience Includes
instances of answered prayer. He
says he will mention such expe

riences ia his lectures In the Ca-j

nai soiie., zj, fir--? v
One of Channlng's lectures,
"Christian Science i Its Secret
Prayer and Open Reward" dwells
largely with the matter of pray prayer,
er, prayer, i j' -;
This 'lecture win be delivered
at Diablo Heights Theater .? on
Thursday. April 19. at 8:00 in the

i evening. t ; '-,':

iThe otner lecture, -cnrisnan
Science: Its Constructive Mis Mission",
sion", Mission", will be presented in the
auditorium of First Church of
Christ, Scientist, Cristobal, on
Friday evening,' April 20 at 8:00
o'clock. These free lectures are
open to the public r t e t
Members of the North Muskegon

j High senior class were asked to
bring their baby pictures to school.
Editors of the school's yearbook

plan to put the photos in this
'year's annual.

: "There are more skilled leaders
now than there were five years

mora' people are able successfully
to conduct a party, a square dance,
community sing, and other social

events in a commumty, : ; i

And, for that reason, she added,
people are enjoying themselves
more at these events. t
-To meet the demand for trained
recreational leaders, another edu educational
cational educational institution here Ithaca
College has set up a five-year
course leading to a bachelor'a de degree
gree degree in physical education and a
master's degree, in recreation.
-,-r r :
Library Of Congress
Recordings Co LP

WASHINGTON (UP) Amert Amert-can
can Amert-can folk songs on long-playine
records are replacing bulkier al-

ourns wmcn the Library, of. con

gress lias oeen releasing.

The library announced recently
that all future issues of a "Folk

Music of the United States and

Latin America series will be in
LP (33 1-3 r.p.m.) form only. The
first six. albums in this series have
been re-issued and are the only
ones currently available in LP edi

tions.' v '.'

The newer records, each of

which is an enure album formerly
contained on five 78 r.p.m. discs.

can be purchased through the Re-!

coramg Laboratory.' Library of
Congress,' ; Washington 25, D.C.
They cost $4.50 each, plus 10 per
cent excise tax -and the shipping
cost. The library ssid descriptive
order blanks wul be mailed free

of charge upon requests- K

Overweight People
Prone To Diseases

Dr. William Parson of the Univer

sity of Virginia told the third Ohio
Conference on Human Nutrition
at Ohio State University that over overweight
weight overweight persons are more likely to

urn ui ucgeuerauvc uiseases.
t.--:i.' .,'.', .-. .',,:';;,,. ,.. s',j 'j';.

"Studies show that overweight

people nave 60 per cent more
heart disease, ar 275 per cnt

more prone to diabetes, 50 per
cent more likely to get cirrhosis
and 145 per cent more prone to

gau stones," ne oeciared. ;


UPON HIS RECENT ADMITTANCE to. the Caii4 Zon? raf,
Sp-Sv.8tanley-, Weiss; 7440 AU, Headquarters Detachment,'- Ft

Amador, is congratulated by Lt CoV R. W. Garrett, Post'; f.
Commandet!, Ft. Ainador. ; Weiss,, whose home is In the Bronx,
was admitted to the New York State Bar In January 1955 f
t.after he received his B3.A. Degree t the City "College of j
New York in 1951, and his L1JB- Degree at the Brooklyn Law ;
School in 1954. He Intends to et his Masters Degree, in LawJ
when he returns to the States and return to the Canal Zona
to practise law.' Weiss has beer In the Canal Zona for one)
year and is presently an auditor,; Internal Review Division, ;
Comptroller U.S. Army, Caribbean. Prior to his position as
auditor he worked In'a legaf capacity at, Fort' Kobbe and V
Fort Davis. .Weiss is the fourth enlisted man to be admitted.,. admitted.,.-to
to admitted.,.-to the' Bar In the Canal Zone (U.S. Army photo) v- v


OLNEY. HI. (AP) A lustice

of the peace here recently fined a
man and a woman for disorderly

conduct because they had an ar

gument while driving throueh this

city and wrecked their car. A cou couple
ple couple of weeks later they returned to

OIney. took out a marriage license

and sought the same justice to

marry them, t

Dramatic Challenge "I'LL CRY TOrjOMOW
' On Tcssday At Ths BELLA VISTA

The never has been a mdllon picture with ( suicide hefore gaining the help that enable!

the heart-tearing tension and emotional im

pact of "I'LL CRY TOMORROW the re remarkable
markable remarkable production starring Susan Hay Hay-ward,
ward, Hay-ward, which will be released on Tuesday at
the BELLA VISTA Theatre. v v
The intimate, gripping and sometimes
shocking story of a young, beautiful girl who
became a star of stage and screen, then en entered
tered entered a nightmare world of misery and near-'

her to start a new life, has been told in a po-.

ture tnat is a .dramatic cnaiienge ana wnictt-.
should go down in film annals as one of the
truest and finest ever made. ; ; -- -i.
CRY TOMORROW with Its-world-
wide appeal, -will delight all movie patron
and will be the hit of the year at the BELLA
VISTA Theatre. Advt-



r iv on
CZuYHAL Ti,::ire

StXDAT, AFIUL 15, 135S





55c-' 20c.
In Technicolor and
. -SuperScope!
' .
, Plus:

Z5c. 20c
In Technicolor and
Plus:,- i

The best comedy picture
Humphrey BOGART Aid RAT
; and Peter ISTLNOV, In
with Joan Bennett Basil Rathboue
4v and Leo G. Carrol

Sensational New Child Star.
Charlton HESTON Julia ADAMS
: -. and Tim Hyey, in
1:05 l:U 3:50 r 6:0! 1:33 p.m.

DUIVE-m Theatre
60. : 30c.
' -' '
.. f ;
'i.'" in


, and Cinemascope!.
Alan Ladd and June Allvson, in
' --Plus:
with Jack Sernas and Kurt Kasnar

In CinemaScope!
Stewart Granger, In
. "I Also : -THE

i ; -. Also:






Cpmk'Strip Authortfjeaiuied
W Guild's 'King Of Hearty


NIA. Staff Crrpndtnt

in her blonde. Bair. She flipping

about har .role opposite Dana An-

HOLLYWOOD (NBAV s.On-4drews;

stage, i Offstage and Upstage:


(. n . ... ..... ..- i t Li t.:

now vK&u i sprinKiing starausii- went inaiaway -sei in ouckswh.

He s starring in his tirst western.

Marilyn Monroe is a chump .for

going on a dramatic kick

isaroara vxmicdois.

"The Lonely Gun" -MGM is
talking to Eva Marie Saint about
taking overl some of the roles
slated for Grace Kelly IF Grace
tosses in the career towel.
- One of the reasons. Katharine

- :"She's a crazy doll,, man; with
crazy lines-and clothes. Man. it's

Hollywood's. a personality seller." .

newest Miss Zip another formers Marie Lanza missed the bell for Hepburn blew up while costarnng
calendar -girl (Esquire, '. 1951 lGolden V3py", at Columbia but with Bob Hope in "The Iron Petti-

didn't come mht out and aav that he'll do another- srae4i8ht vftrn'coat" in London: he wanted to

Kiif Aiii' faiV wrti

WM. U1U. .JA (U,.. k vr-.

Z U never -foUowJdarilyn's wirf-

fflpji into th I-wftnt.trr.h--tfrjt-

ior k major,' "studio this .year.



mong the most convulsing
At J J

4 uiB v.uv.. imp, jMn Arthur's, larbara is

Sandra Kaufman is featured as ""mi w ariraom a Hip strip

( "BtywM a Rea-

There's even a script on the burn

er RKO's William Dozier dust dusted
ed dusted off Goodman Ace's "I Mar-

that sells m the movies, hot great iried, a "Woman' script, owned by

ctiiig',; v.v- '.,:; : j'. the studio for several years, and to the name of

oxtered it to ;George uooei .

Gene-Kelly-lost no time in plung

ing Into Independent production

wear a comic deer-stalker hat not

indicated in the script.

Add trick nanus: An Arthur

Murray dance instructor answers

Donna meecny.

nart lurry ana cuaaiy e mr

iilyn and with a voice tht

th partnnnist'ii smrftarv f i a n-i'easer m RKO.

cee with the multiple-colored eyes,

and Jim Stuart portrays the part

of the shy but dogged young man
who saves her from the appalling
fate of matrimony with. the vain

and malicious 'king of hearts."

tenable Doubt,

She played a stripper in "Mira-

icle In the Rain," her first film

but it's all right with Barbara,
who doesnt mind being typed as

'Quake Scientists

after his release from. MGM. a 'cLl I-.. 11'.'. A
He's in Paris warming up to star Jt jnOKV UrOUnO
i Tniima.. fv a Slor s vara I

in "Journey to jl Star," a yarn

about a widow and. a widower
who find, romance through their

t Robin Raymond took1 Kef Tittle

a sexy babe with rah-rah oomph, miata, raised en TV, to tee her
: Sha aavf''"l'Va".litlni'fi in nwi. Ilr MvU In a thaalar' Aftar tha

Ralph Edmondson will have the Dl wn told me f should go to, film had bttn en 15 minutes, the

ipart of a ten-year-old orphan a-dramatic ;school out .that all Isyownttter whitpered: I ve got to

Local Moppets Appearing Tuesday
At Balboa In Tlnian's Rainbow1

Amone the -unusuallv larce stu

dent cast of "Finian's" Rainbow,''
to s be produced at the Balboa

raeatre. Tuesday, wiu De seen live
youngsters who might at first
glance .appear to be high school
freshmen .of lesser sophistication.!

wild hill girl who, deprived

power of speech,, communicates. 1

dancing. The only person

sensitivity to read Susan' move

menis. correcuy, is uenry, me lit t
tic boy.'. v I

red of the
nicates, by
i with .the

. The children have their'. h i t

in reality, these litue folks come; scene wnen ug, uie.ieprecnaunin,
to the show from Balboa Elemen- troduces them to the? magical
tary School and .Kindergarten. I dreams aroused by -a Sears 'and
Their's is not only to make ; the Roebuck Catalogue,, Besides. MV.
crowd scenes authentically :'epre-HoUen, the children cast in "Fi "Fi-sentative
sentative "Fi-sentative of the American SqiUh:inian's Rainbow" include, : Vickl"
they actually fulfil and important MqCoy, Jahyth Nelson, Jeffrey
dramatic function. For example, Hirschl, and Greg Musselman.
Henry, the role played by Mike 'r 1 ;v'
Hollen, serves as interpreter for! Ticket for the production iare
Susan" (Geri McGriff), the h aU'currently-on sale at the JWp-L'SO ;
, ij(f c.' i and the Balboa Theatre box office,

- i

do, just listen. Personality is what

irm dishing up.. 1,'ffl going to be
myself; not something produced

oy a aramauc scnooi.

dopted by the cartoonist as- a. pat
tern for further comic strips a

bout' a little boy which the car cartoonist
toonist cartoonist thinks : has cosmic signifi significance,
cance, significance, and Keith Glickenhaus will
be another tike he has made into

a friend. '(,'' j 'I
. '' t i -' -Len
Worcester will be seen as a
worldly editor, sardonic about the
cartoon-strip he syndicates to hun

dreds of newspapers, and others

in the cast include Laura Sanders,

Budd Haberstlck and H. Russell Iclowemg with t Sid Caesar n TV
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ipernial." vift'.v.iv''
I A Balboa, Calif.,- dance hall

called it. a "Dancerama" for va

Barbara, once, pleyed.l 'tfrippar cationinff teen-agers during Easter
. tu L...A u- . J i. 1 nA. - .'.luj u

en TV ree, fcut the winces:

j "Allthey'd lef .me take off was
,tlover,:'i. xWv'rjV
-"A 1953 Broadway' revival of
''Pal Joey" landed Barbara real
name Nlckerauer) in the big time

week. The teen-agers called it a
"Dangerama" t .- . Gerkldine

iBrooks and New York hotel own

er Irwin Kramer a, dating V.
Sign ia 'a :- Los Angeles steak

house: "In Case of, -Atomic At


"King of Hearts" has been con considered
sidered considered one of the most -amusing
portraits of a self-important bore

since George jtetiy 1 mercilessly

'pilloried the back-slapping Aubrey

Piper in "The ihow-otr in 1920,
The Larry Larkin of "K i n g of

Hearts would never guffaw or
slap backs as Aubrey Piper did,
for he is a snob specializing- in
smart sophistication. But b 6 1 h

Characters are the sort that most

people would walk miles to avoid
in real life;- and always find hila hilarious
rious hilarious on the stage. ,

after ah uncover career for theltack,' Keep Calm, Pay Bill. Then

girl-girly t magazines; r Then her Run ',Lke Mad."- i,

Joining, 4he.

landed her in the' jnovies..-

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PAUL NEWMAN. Soon to be aeen In M.GM.'i "Somebody Up
, ." " There Likes Me."" - -r

The' Theatre Guild's- next' at attraction
traction attraction opening April 23 for six
nights, will be "Kmg of Hearts,"
a satiric comedy about a fabulous fabulously
ly fabulously successful author of, a famous
comic-strips. Written by Jean Kerr
and Eleanor Brooke, the play a
title is the authors' ironic com comment
ment comment on their leading character
a prue, heel.. m s.
Tfi stnrv related bv the come-

Av ia of the come-uppance that be

fall this s aeomamac when n e

work. : ; i
J6hn Anitton will be starred In
the role of the' cartoonist so en engrossed
grossed engrossed in admiring hirWtelf that
when pinned down he can't re remember
member remember the color of his fian fiancee's
cee's fiancee's eyes even though they
are to unusual that one is blue
and one is brown.

Keenan Vynn
Signed In 1st

Warner Moyb

During the eight-months-longn '-.- .:

'run "King ot Hearts : in -:n e wi bujrbajnr, taiiu Keen an

lYnrlc. the Ions flatulent speeches Wvnn has been sicned for one-of

ira a "chost" to do some of his of this character were counted a-the top featured roles in "Melville
nires w Goodwin,' U.S.A.," to be produced

- ,-, I by Milton Sperling as a United

Stales Pictures production for
Warner Bros, presentation. .."
Starring Humphrey Bogart and
T.aiirsn Refill tha film will nrc.

Savil1e;gent Wynn is- Homer Gooch, an,

Introducing Paul; Newman

Paul Newman, a relatively
new face" in films, has all the

Producer-Director Victor-

as an actor "destine for. f II miarmv public relations officer as

greatness." UigneL to Bogart. The assignment

It was upon the completion ot. marks wynn's first picture ior

wi Warners. 1

..,.iik..i;i, (hF starrinm Hp's this picture that he returned to

5.i annA -tonkins, with sex ao-l Broadway- to star in "The Des-

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eoersv More-over,. he -is ; relaxeLieral r.ouUtanding

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Based on the J.' P.' Marquand

ap. best-seller. "MelvUle Goodwur, V.

casual and intelligent. And he can! pearances. Ho-theh was loaned to s.A.,' will be directed by Henry
act ''-JH-fM-G-M.forwJtiicr' nfc; Potter from a script by Natha Natha-i
i Natha-i Newman is o Johnny .come-r'Somebody iUp There Likes Me." niel Benchley. i'

" latelv t acting; sroadwaj hail- j rn the. latter jum ne is again
v ed him for bis performancel in united with Miss Angeli.
the" stage- play,- "Picnic" .and I .Near!-. .seven years of serii

serious t '.

"Tie Desperate Hours."-He has study and work, starting when he aiif V VlnUt YfW

appeared in a numoer ot it-ievi- was a- eiuaeni m umo ncnon,VVJtV vlf lailv' lllil

tiOB plays, lBCIUOim "TT ivwn. A-ujiege, ireiatcu ids pioocuL uv-i
and "The Battier.' v.' cess. From: Kpnyon;- be entered:
"Picrtie." his first New yVorkiSummer; Rpertoryf.'.ext"' he ei'
k.alit him a rrpn J riillrvl in Vale's Srhftol nf. Drama:

contract withi garner: Brothers, and after" ew York's not- IA., TU Cf4if
the romantic lead opposite Vir;i-ed Actors' Studio which hrt a- Vlli 1 f lial I U

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it comes to earthquakes,;
scientists are on shaky ground, ac according
cording according ... to Dr. Perry. Byerly,
professor of; seismology at, the
University of California.
Byerfy, head of one of the most

tomplete earthquake detection

centers in the world, reports mat
next year's earthquakes are even
less predictable than next year's
weather. e
A rpcpnt nredintion bv. a reputa

ble Mexican' scientist that San!

Francisco was due for another
temblor like that which jolted the
city in 1906 Surprised and even
shocked most seismologists. 1
According to Bylerly the only
safe prediction is that where the
earth's crust has shifted before, it

will shift again.
Accurate records, nave not beenU
i i a ffaturttilnpifi'

Heft lung cuuugii W .ww.-.
whether earthquakes "come in re
curnng cycles, be said. But scien scientists
tists scientists intend ,to continue studying the
quakes in hopes of learning enough
to predict them;
Other research aims at locating
the zones where they occur and
learning what types ; ot building
construction will standup best
against big jolts, Byerly said..
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Tho StromberB-Carlsoh division

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Whe Quebec Hydero Electric Com-
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i i uni.FORD. Conn (UP) After

ordering a plant for a hospitalized

; friend, Mrs. uorotny repe suiieieu
an appendicitis attack and wound
i up sharing her friend's room
i where she enjoyed her own gift
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nia Mavo and Pier Angeli in ?Thej mong its alumni Marlon Brando,!
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annual edition ol "On

Show," produced by Dc-i

rese Waites with the assistance of
her many pupils will .be held at;

Balboa Theater on May n ami
May lS'at'7:;30 p.m. -; ; I
Advance sale' of tickets will begin-on
Saturday, Aprd 14, and;
tickets may be obtained through
pupils or at thevDorese Waites
School of Dancing, Knights of Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus Hall, Balboa. It is custo customary
mary customary for some worthy group to
sponsor the annual event, and net'

' proceeds accrue to that g r o u p.
; The event is sponsored Jointly this
'.jear by the Boy and the Girl
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I Those who. have attended "On

With the Show' .over the years'
past know it is a production put
on in professional style. The cos costuming
tuming costuming is attractive, the routines ;
range from simple numbers for;
the tiny folk to intricate tap rou-

1 tlnni tinpo, nf difficult hallpt d.tncfS

for the advanced pupils. The show;

i starts promptly at 7:30 p.m.

- As thert will be but one showj
on May 11 and May 15, and as
demand for tickets usually ex-j
pMd scaline capacity in the Bal

boa Theater, those planning to at-;

tend are urged to obtain their iick iick-cts
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when Gambling Man Barry Sullivan beats him to the drawln tense
Texas Lady." Claudette Colbert co-stars with Sullivan in title role of this NatHolt pro production
duction production In Superscope and Technicolor for BKO Radio. Story centers upon the lady editor
of a pioneer town s newspaper and her fight against the ruthless rule of Texas cattle C'ants
In the Lone Star State In the 1880s.' - Advt.


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"Bcneatli The 12-MIK BeeP

..L 13, 1938

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Polemon, Mossadeq,' :
Melendez, Rosier Top
Choices In $3000 Race

" -Seven of rhe"1est imported thoroughbreds jn.trgin jn.trgin-ing
ing jn.trgin-ing locally are scheduled to dispute the 3,000 added purse
and a beautiful silver trophy today in the annual Guardki
Kacional (National Guard) Classic over a distance, of one
mile and five-sixteenths at the Juan Franco race track, :

The prospective mutuels choice!
is Polemon which will b ridden by
Chilean saddle master Cristian Re Re-bolledo
bolledo Re-bolledo under only 107 pounds be because
cause because he is a threeyear-old and
this race is a weight-ior-agC event
Four-year-olds and over will carry
.Probable rnuernp in the mut mutatis
atis mutatis and also in tie actual race
is expected to be track champion championship
ship championship aspirant Mossadeq. The lat latter
ter latter will shoulder 121 pounds in in-v
v in-v eluding Chilean Jockey Fernando
1 Alvares. ....
Next come Melendez and Ttosi
er, both under 121, Alfredo Vas Vas-queZ,
queZ, Vas-queZ, the track's leading rider,
will be aboard Melendez while the
veteran Bias Aguirre. iustbacki
from a four-meet suspension, will
have the teg .up on Rosier.
The. other scheduled starters
Trirreme. Kadir. and Supper Girl
are not rated much chance to win.
Polemon was so impressive in
qualifying for this race with a 1:40
mile in which he beat Mossadeq 'by
four lengths that many expect him
to go oil a shorter man even lav
rite. '";
Tedoy tncanto JS .20
1 In Cinemascope
Richard Egan, in. l
"View from Ponjpey's Head"
Also: Rex Harrison, in
7ooW- IDS AL .25 .15
8terllng Hayden; fn
--S. "TOP GUN".
1 1 Joel McCrea, In,' .' ',,
"Stranger On Horseback'


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Rosier won his onalifvin? ; heat

in the relatively poor time (in com.;
parision with Polemon s) of 1:41;
45 Erie was an impressive sec second
ond second behine Rosier but he has been
withdrawn from the race because
of unexplained reasons. -.
Melendez, third behind Rosier
and Eric, is believed to be vastly
improved for this race and is rat rated
ed rated a dangerous contender be because
cause because he is a high priced tho thoroughbred
roughbred thoroughbred and reputedly one of
the better Chilean importations
to be brought here in the last
None of the other starters have
done anything recently to cause
them to be rated a threat Ten oth other
er other races' are included on the at
tractive program.
Entries' are now being taken
for the Port Clayton company
Level swimming and diving meet
to be held May 8 at 10 a.m. at
the Fort Clayton pool. -The
events which will Joe in-
eluded are: 100, 200, a 400 meter
free style; 100 meter back stroke,
100 meter butterfly, 200 meter
breast stroke and 800 meter free
style relay alone with competl
tlon on the 'three meter spring
Rules governing entry stipu
late that each unit may enter
onlv one team in each relay
event and two men In each oti
the individual events. Each man
is limited to competition,, in
three events.
Awards will be given to the
two top teams as well as for
those who place first and second
in the individual events. .......


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Jiian Franco

1 Panzaretta m80, 3.80;. $.20.
2 Amln Dldi 2.40, 2.40. 1 5
3 Sweet. Windsor 2.80,
1 White Apr&n 5.80. 4.60. 2.601
2 Maruja 12.60, 3.00.' v
3 Two Colors 2.20. ...
DOUBLE: 91.80. '-.:
1 'i
1 Apache fl.OO, 4.60. 3.80.
2 Folietito 5 80, 7.60.
3 Buaba 4 80. v
ONE-TWO: 3920.
1 Must Be 17.20, 4.803.00.
2 Tingat 3 20, 2.20.
3 Venuanza 2.20. .. iV:
QUINIELA: J5 20. ;
1 T)on PPstor 79.80.7 40.
2 Petite 2-80. :
lCom8tose 5.40, 2.60 2.20.; 2.20.;-2
2 2.20.;-2 Royal stream 2.80,, 3.20.
3 Paqulro 2.40." ;
1Hapoy Abode 6.80, 5.00, 3.20
S Genizarlto 4.80. 2.80,.
3 TJona BeatHr 12.40 -.DOUBLE:
22.00. , v
1 Joe 9 80, 3.80. 2.20. 1
2 Julie 3.20, 2.20. '
3 Elenita 2.20.
QUINIELA: 10.60.
1 Cartillero 3.80, 2.80, 2 20.
2-Fenix 5.20, 20. (
3 Riqui 8 60.
ONE-TWO: 12.40.
1 Tony 8.80, 5.00, 2.20.
2 Blakemere 3.20", 2.20.
3 Persian Countess 2.20.

PRIZE $3,000,00

.k bitter Jersey Joe Wilcolt
r Thty Fall," Hollywood's vr vr-sion
sion vr-sion of the Camera rag- to-rigi
story V .- He bsdly noedtd rhe
S8.000 the eight weeks' work
brought him... after a ring .ca .career
reer .career in which hie last eighfytirj'
earnings totalled JU03J4S.
:- Maybe Jersey Joe saw a bit of
himself In the script . .Com .Completely
pletely .Completely and coldly dropped by
Felix Bocchicchio, his manager,
since he -quit the ring. . with
no interest at all in tho. mam mammoth
moth mammoth motel service station-ear
laundry-supposed to have been
.erected jointly in Camden, N.
si. where Joe toils as e SIS
e-day juvenile delinquent hv

"It's a shame," clucks Dan
Florio, Walcott's -. trainer-- of the
championship period. 'I never
saw him so bitter about a man. He
wont even, .talk to hira Why
doesnt he. do something about it?
Because he s. afraid qi Feux. ,,'.
.' So another former' h e a y y-(Weight
(Weight y-(Weight champion of the -world
turns fe wrestling for chance
to recoup. Add, irony': Bocchic Bocchicchio
chio Bocchicchio strongly advised' Walcott
against acting acting m the pic
ture "because peopte'll see -you
.in. it' and -they'll, -.think- -it's,
true." final, word: B ud d
Schulberg, who authored the ori original
ginal original book extremely unhappy
about the scripting wallop given
boxing at the end. . ;.. :
Jackie Burke got his first Impor
tant 'victory,; the Masters, at. a
stage in his career when he was
seriously thinking of quitting the
tour. I It cut in too much on his
home life. . "Families." Jackie
told us, "limit the development of
golfers. All your old-timers still
going great haveno kids, except
Sam bnead. .
Buck op, duffersfirsf reund
ever ."shot by amateur phenem
Ktn-Venturi was a 172 . of
course; he was 11 then. .He
bought his first putter on a SO SO-cent
cent SO-cent down payment, two hours
later paid off the $10.50 balance
betting on himself in a- putting
contest. . - r
Ballplayers tell you the betting-
est man in the- majors is the Ti-1


i jersey jo naicott
gers Bill Tutl!e;.C.'. Who'll wager
on whether or not the sun comes
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up ut uie morning on a clear day no jonger frowns on
pmcm suing to me races... xui xui-tie
tie xui-tie and Bob Nieman are steady pa
trons ':, -so s tne Dodgers" -G i l
Hodges. . .Ralph Branca" gradu
ated to- nluir'crin nam. fim Al
vin Crowder. erstwhile hnrl'r
runs a pool room in W lnston-Sa-
lem, n. . .
Jimmy Mann of Golf World it
keeping it in the family... will
wed Peggy Kirk Ball's cousin,
June' 2, at St. Clair, Mich;
She's Betty Wlnslow, blond and
ivalt . . -,
Between vnu'n'm pn nno nf
the Mantln twins iiiiftina Araotiiv-
ed baseball have-: anything to do
"With the slow born exercised by
Dig owner Mickey because the
Yankees didn't invite the kids to
spring, training this year?.-.;;
Tfn i nwn ann
Mrs. Anna 5nmmn lncf nnn
breach of promise suit because a
juage aeciaea sne lauea to prove
that George Walser had nromised
to marrv hr. Sh nlH fh
'proposal was made 21 years ago;

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ine uianis...aonnea a toaseball
uniform aain in Nev York- to
stufly the script for his aDDea
arrce On television "Salute Xo
Baseoau.-- The Lip is a TV exec

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The Panama Martin C1udS
4th Annual Teeny weeny Tour
nament new Marcn- 3-4, -was
the best yet. There was plenty
of fish and fishermen and prizes
ior me jucicy ones. t
'ine jocai iisnermen have had
an opportunity to enjoy the best
dry season fishine this vear than
for a number of years. Many of
the boats brought In catches over
the hundred mark for corblna
ana red snapper alona with eood
catches of snook, pompano and
grouper. The Caiman II led the
fleet with a catch of 134 Corblna
for a week end trip to Pacheca,
the Skip Jack II second with 101,
and the Hula third with 80 be
sides other species caught by
tnese boats, other boats makmtr
excellent catches were the Who
Cares, La Reina, Viking and a
numDer oi smau outboard motor
boats -
The Panama Marlln club will
present prizes to the winners of
tne Teeny Weeny Tournament at
the monthly meetine to be held
Thursday, April 19, at the Canal
zone ponce Lodge, Chiva Chiva,
Dinner will be served at 7 n.m.
All winners and their guests are
welcome, piease advise trie club
secretary. 2-1387 or 27-4152. be
fore noon Wednesday, April 18,
so that arrangements may be
made to accommodate vou and
your party.

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The -wlnnefs of the Teeny
Weeny Tournament follow:

1st prize Yellow Corblna, 20
pounds, John Childress; 2nd
prize Yellow Corblna, tiey 14'
pounds, Douglas c Schmidt?
2nd prize Yellow Corblna, tie, 14"
Vz pounds, Col. Paul C.-Davis.'.
1st prize Silver; Corblna, 29
pounds, Andrey Bishop? 2nd s
prize silver Corblna. 17 pounds
S. M. Watts; 3rd prize Silver Cor
blna, 16V4 pounds, Catherine'j.l
Mitchusson. i

1st prize Hed Snappr, 124 '4
pounds, w C WllliWrd; 2nd ;
prize Red Snapper, 20V2, Kath-'
erin F. Taliercio: 3d Prlae Red

Snapper, 174, Lll Tester. $
1st Prize OrouDer. fin nound.r

Leo Chester; 2nd prize Grouper,'

i pounds- lib via jj. uisnop. i
1st prize Snook, tie, 14 y,, Leo;
Chester; 1st prize Snook, tie. 14-V

Largest Pomnano: A noundn.
John Mitchusson; Largest jack'
11 pounds, col. T. W. Keefe; t
T.ftrirPQt. ajronVArAl 01
Mildred Larpent.
- Largest other Species. Doi Doi-phin,
phin, Doi-phin, 12 pounds. Wm. Ji O''
Connor, :
Largest fish caught by ft worn
an, Grouper 2314 pounds, MhV
dred Largent
Reservationj should be mad
as early as. possible. -,


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Vardon Grip Is Model

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Matttc of the Matter ;
; Writttn fr NEA Stnric
THEBE never was a good golfer
with a poor grip.
No grip, no game.' -1
us nd advocate the overlap overlapping
ping overlapping method of holding the club,
referred to as the Vardon grip. As
I point out in my book, "The Nat Natural
ural Natural Way to Better Golf (Hanov (Hanover
er (Hanover House), there are as many var variations
iations variations as there are types of
hands perhaps 50. Nevertheless,
there is only one Vardon grip as
aifcb. Learn it, and from it fashion
your own.
The Vardon grip places the
elub under the authority of the
lingers without sacrificing Jthe
needed power of the hands. The
.ik i. hold in the last three fing

ers of the left hand and the first
finger and thumb f -the right.
These hook on and around the club
in a manner that ensures it being
k.M thm umt wav at the top of

the swing as at the bottom.
.tv .haft lips across both the

fingers and the palm, diagonal to
the knuckles. The key fingers fingers-last
last fingers-last three of left and first two of
hooked into the club

firmly and comfortably. The little
;., nt the rieht hand settles in-

to the groove established b, 'the in-

dex ana mtaaie iuuscjs .v....
rrv.- ift thnmh settles UltO the

.... t hA riffht nalm. The right

thumb rides above and parallel to

the left thumo. inus ui
overlap, ' -
m. wricta ihonld be arched,

not bent, as they would be if the

; V 1

club had been whipped overhead
like a fly rod. ,
The easiest way to make sure

the palms are opposing one an another
other another is to check the position of
the V's formed by the thumbs
.n4 fmsers. When the

hnrf have been nlaced com

fnrtahlv nil the shaft. these V'S

.kn,iu h nirnllel to each other,

Without examining your hands, It
would be presumptuous of me to
lay down a law for the direction of
the V's. . u
n,u" thnuld noint somewhere

between the head and r j g h t

shoulder. s:
NEXT: Hand posHitn.1, ;



National Amateur Athletic Union

Gymnastics Championships and
Olympic Tryouts are being held
at Pennsylvania state Unlver-,
sity for the third time, April 27-'

Th show automatically noes

to University Park because Gene
Wettstone showed the AAU how

to DUt it on when he first under

took the job in 1948. Until then,

gymnastics meets naa oeen con contested
tested contested before a couple of hundred
people. This country's amateur
gymnasts had never before per performed
formed performed before crowds of 6,000.
Reserved seats for the 1956 fi

nals were sold out the day they
were placed on sale.
Wettstone. who coached the

United States Olympic team of
'48, has been doing this kind of
thing ever since he took over at
Pnn State In 39. Sellouts for

gymnastics are commonplace At

the loot or Niwany mouumuu-

Wettstone even master-minaeq

nation-wide tours for Swiss ana
Swedish teams the last ; three
years. ?, V. ;

With music flags and other
staffing terhninuee. he has made

the Championships an event to

be seen. There is every lnaicawuu
the two-day total for this year's
performances will exceed 10,000.
All income, after expenses, noes
tji th oivmnic svmnastics fund.

The AAU and the Olympic com

mittee couia use more snowmen

like Wettstone.

Juan Franco Graded Entries

- ;
v- ;; by- -; :

iMerabU tinkerlna with

111 recent years urai io i.w, . itrn.
ttie vresencation of baseball. New regulations have been intro intro-JiJolireTrevised.
JiJolireTrevised. intro-JiJolireTrevised. Mostly the changes were on the minor

tide, icith consequences io viuivh. M ff
Thlso year, however. rule w proposed VMMM

, tentlonal pitches. .

entlonal pu. ita AASe't! S&

since huims u puns v ;.mmmmdprt over
controversy, and endless Wj?'

automaUc walk In exhibition games . c-
. "At least, I suppose they went tJl.e?5t

r -missloner SOra T1CK yesierHay wucu id T.
Cd f worked out 'To tell yothe .truth, I hve no-rorts, one

I Jf'y or anoiner.

V "This leads
tention. or else

.LyIa thi. vneriment simplv because a number of people,

both VanTout of baaebaU, betteved it would make an inter inter-tsting
tsting inter-tsting study. ,; ;i;,;.r...,.:,l:-..",v':" : ;"
1 "1 would e firmly opposed fo snf'cMnu fftaf threatened
.in the slightest the original structure of the mrt., l thxn
" one reason lor baseball's continuing popularity is that we
have kept it simple. Fundamentally, we play the game today
juVr about as it was played in our forefathers' time."
- ,aL nikhr' nass. of course is to save time.

; wouldn't savi enough tomake it worth whUO Uw
,f" u ,iTnt.-af lo.t vur'i rpcorrt. Thi Reds Tea itlUS-

rewskl led in intentional passes and he drew only 25. It teetu
Jown a little better than one every six e5?i thU 18

i m. to believe that it did not attract much at at-H
H at-H was sparingly used. Actually I'm not in f favor
;ic walk, or whatever you want to call it. I con-

PFC KAY BARNES, of Fort Kobbe, medalist In last week'a Panama Area Armed Forces golf
tournament, receives a silver' platter from Major Norman C. McCardell, Sports Officer, USAR USAR-'CARIB.
'CARIB. USAR-'CARIB. Barnes sunk a six-foot putt to birdie the 72nd hole and edge out Fort Amador'j MaJ.
McGowan, 288 to 289. '

John Grk Cops
B.H. S. Decathlon
Vilh Record 4020
John Clark, the (treat all

round track athlete -from

brook Air Force Base, -won




Mexico Breaks Up
Horse-Riding Team

Icelander Finds
Dartmouth Door

f Borsc

Jockey tVgk COMMENT


I Race "C Nativu 7 Tnn $275.00 PmI CImm 12:45


1 Panchlta A. Creididio 103x Returns in good shape
2 Lady Edna B. Aguirre 113 Hard to beat here

S Cara de apo F. Hidalgo- 108 Should be close up


5 Rablblanco
6 Redondita
7 Dr. Bill
I Tap Lady

F. Godoy 105x Nothing in months

G. Prescott 115 Not with this rider
J. Cadogan 102 Would pay juicy odds
3. Avila 117 Fractiousness handicaps
A. Valdivia 113 Group too tough -A.
Vasquei 113 WU1 fight- it out

" 2-1

24 Race "G' MativM .'T Ffi. Furti $275.00 PmI Cbt 1(15


1 Winsaba
2 Avispa

3 Chanito
4 s. Cristobal
5 Mochito

6 Moonshiner

7 (D. Barbara

8 (Arranquin

C. Kam 112x-Back in top form
G. Prescott. 112 Usually disappoints
F. Godoy 109x Early speed only
A. Vasquez 113 --Should win again
A. Creididio. 105X Fastest for 6 furlongs
R. Gomez 115 Nothing to recommend
E. Ortega 104 Longshot possibility
G. Cruz 113 Nothing recently

- 34
' M
" 3-2i.

twrrn fmr iin u ttdi

Mexico's famous military I tunas ,ir Irnrle
horse-ridlnu team, winner ofl-cuus lU' l lUUIV

many international contests, was
disbanded today.

Three officers or the "Cen

iri Race "H" Nalivn 4V4 Ffi.Fimt $275.00 FmI CImm 145 '-'
:'i ': r V ' ONE TWO : ..,-;-;;;:.:. ."i.V
1 Conquistador R. GKmero 118 Good early speed "'. 1-1
2 College Girl G. Prescott 118 Would surprise 10-1
3 Regia S. Carvajal 113x Distance to liking ; 5-1
4 Muneco F. Godoy 112x Not against these f ,15-1
5 Oklland ; A Creididio 105x Plentv early foot H1
6 Guarare Q. Montero 96x Bad leg hampera - io-l'
7 M. Fighter A. Vasquez 115 Returns from layoff 4-1
8 Tanara F. Hidalgo 113 Will fight it out t S-f
Malaya J. Cadogan 105 Not good enough i ; 25-1'.
10-Olimpico C. Chavez HOx Has class plus ; W
' T' '. 1 r-
4rh Race "Eliminatin" lm. F Fun $600.00 PmI CUmi 2i20
- . .,--
1 Vertlcordla S. Carvajal 105x Completely washed up S-l
2 Grlsu R. Gamero-110 Could make it here 4-tt
3 Lord Basur V. Ortega 110 Rates fair chance, i 1- 3-1'-
4 Firenze - A.- Vasquez 118 Will fight tt out t-Vt
5 Coronelino ; ,' C. Lino 115 Form indicates ? EVEN-
6 Cames R. Cristlan 113 -Should be close up 8-1:
5k Rata "H.2M Imports Mile Fun $400.00 U FmI CImm 1:55
1-r-Merry' Slipper D. Barret HOx Not with this rider V .t

A. ; Enrique 115 ; Distance to liking : EVEN
F. Hidalgo 113 Should pay off in mutuels 1-2 J
B. Aguirre 118 Excluded from betting XXXX

r .;T' -'.t .. r v-v:-' :;' .-r:.

(rh Race "H-2' Imported 1 Mil Fan $400.00 PmI ClMft 1:15

1 O. Wonder A. Creididio lOOx-Has strong finish

3-Y. Prince'

4 Ponton
5 H. Park.

taurs" group were assigned to

posts outside Mexico City, Gen

rCi.H .V,nnTn nf th. BHS De-'P0Sls ouisiae Mexico cuyr oen.
hlnthK rerd total of Humberto Mariles. head of the
cathlon with a recora oiai o. --, th,

4020 points. Owen sutnenana,i
Balboa junior, surprised every
t-.-L nH.Vk art ovP Pi

one qui, -uuitovu Hiui iv m.t t
len performance, to finish acc-:,mae Ps.

ond w th 3bu ana enns r iuci ,t , ,

of-Albook took tihrd-honora a Bob Toothmfm-5-0


he Einarrson is entered in the spe

cial Olympic year hop-step and-

jump in the Penn Relays at Frank
Jin Field, Philadelphia, .April 27.

team, vhn won. for Mexico thn!.8'

1948 Olympic cold medal, was

expected to be named to-a dlplo-

ORMFUL- At 39, Mrs. Ma.
ie Hoesly is-the oldest entrant
. t the women's division of Na Na-'
' Na-' tonal Amateur Athletic Union
tymnastics Championships. ,. u

at. th. ronfiution of the 1952

Olympic Games, there was a hue
and cry that the Russians had

not the answer to tne nae-con?uim..8-?uie nir rit -"- v,' m gymnastics

A Frick to much more imp essea oy i" u" aVljA did" not win

American sports. The public In

; njound to talk with him more thanonce.

' f No Time Saver
-Now that one has real possibilltie's," npdded the commis commissioner.
sioner. commissioner. "Ws have some managers who seem to feel that if they
don't talk to their pitcher whenever a man gets on base, they
'aren't beine faithful to the young man or their public, either.
I wouldn't e?ven attempt to try to guess how many playing hours
'be noted, shared Frick's enthusiasm for the rule. The man man-lagen
lagen man-lagen all insist they never visit the mound except Jot good
'h? SuatloH instantly changing during ball game -pointed
out one manager. "Let's say your Piteberfc in trouble
In an earlv Inning and you are able to help him. Now its a later
!nniSg7and he's in trouble again; but thla Ume he's facing a
'J.ii"!' f vTt.. th. -nr and the runners-on situations

ar all; different.. There's a chance you might help him, but
vou've already used up your one visit to the mound. .
, ""Maybe I can't help him. Anyhow the rule denies me the
Vhance. mv man gets knocked out I gotta brlna Inanother

h. niVfcaa nrobably cost 5. 10 minutes. Yo say tnat mases

rense?" .v'; 'y

, x 'I '.. J ;; v . -v 1
The commissioner smiled, "Perhaps the managers are right.
We'll wait and see. We are not trying to speed up the game at
the expense of anything that is perUnent to the play, or the
Interest of the fan. I must insist, however, there is nothing ex exciting
citing exciting or colorful about a manager shuttling between the dugout
and the pitcher's box.' v
Fric recoiled that the managers frowned upon the rule
that compels the removal of gloves, tun glasses and similar
equipment which a player customarily left lying on the grass
when he-came in from his position.
V "It was something new, so they Just didn't like it. As a
matter of fact, it wasn't meant to serve a very profound pur purees,
ees, purees, and whether it saves any time at all. I honestly couldnt
say But it does leave the field less cluttered, gives it a big big-Jeague
Jeague big-Jeague look, and that I think Is sufficient to justify its existence."

with 3480 points.

Clark won .- tne mgn jump
with a leap of 5 ft; 4 In. and
set a new decathlon record In
the 668 which he won in 1:33.!
In the final event of the two two-day
day two-day rrind. Sutherland took
most individual first places
with top performances in the
120 low hurdles, 14.2; abroad
Jump, 19'6Vi; and tied for the
best In the 100 at 10 8 and the
220 at 24.6. This latter tied with
Charlie French, brilliant BHS
frosh track m?n. equaled, the
decathlon standard for, .the
fnrlnnr. : i. 1

Competition was extremely
close throughout the two days,
and Clark got his big edge by
two fine efforts in the shot and



-100 yds: 1. Owen Sutherland.

unarue French and Dan win win-klosky
klosky win-klosky 10.6 (4301 Shot Put; 1.
Chris Fluellen 47-11- (570), 2.
John Clafk 43-8 (470) 3. Jim
220 yds: 1. Owen Sutherland
and Charlie French 24.0 ( 420), 2
Dan Winklosky 24.8 (340).
120 yd.. LH: 1. Owen Suther

land 14.2 (460), 2. Ed Scott 14.4

(440). 3. D. Wlnkloskv 14.5 (430)

Discus: 1. Chris Fluellen 137-3
(570), 2.- John Clark 129-34

3. Ed SCOtl 113-7 143U)

Broad Jump; l. Owen Suther

land 19-6 ft (440), 2. Chris Fluel Fluellen
len Fluellen 18-7V, (380) 3. Dan Winklos

ky 18-6 (380).
Hod. St en Jump: 1. Chris Fluei

len 38-9'A (440), 1 John Clark

' Einarrson Is Iceland's national

champion in the event with the
record for the country 49 feet,

11-12 Jnches. Vt-

Although Fluellen won and Dan winklosky 38-9 (360).

those with record distance?,' aao vds: 1 John Clark 1:33.2

Idark wasn't Tar off, and theso (520), 2. Owen. Sutherland U34.0

general possesses little interebt,two events put nim out of reacn (500), 3., Charlie French 1:365

in, nyuuuiaui;a, : i0f me best 01 tne conicswima.'
about competition on .an mte', piuellen tossed the shot 47-1 1 j

'Just in from his native land and

bound for Hanover in the fall of

1954, Einarrson ended tip at New

York s Grand central station,

with no idea of how to get to Dart

He picked out an unmarked

door, asked the fellow next to

him, "Is this the door to D a r t t-mouth?"
mouth?" t-mouth?"
It was. 1 .

.. The lad next to Willie Einarrson

turned out to be another student

HEADED FOR Hanover. He and Wi

be are now, track teammates.

1 Eric

1 2 Andes

0 cacnaiaa ..-
4 Reynold 1
5 Double Four
6 Hlp6crates
7 Embassy


1 CjGlcXpco te)

Oat Nightly r"
. 8:00 a.m.



ar,i riii VIJ rlnrlr had '43

11 and 129-3. and sumerianu

had his two worst performances

natlnnal Krai-

Gymnastics fell off In clubs.
YMCA's and Turn Vereins and
among the Swiss Turners. So So-kols,
kols, So-kols, etc., but has had a resurg resurgence
ence resurgence In the colleges.
There have never been more
outstanding college-trained gym gymnasts
nasts gymnasts than there are at the pres present
ent present time." says Wettstone. I
can name offhand a dozen good
enough to make the Olympic
team." .
Boys like Earl Schwenzfeler
and Armando Vega of Penn
State; Illinois' Don Tonry, Able
nrnssfeld and Gavin Blair; and

Michigan State's Carlton Rlntz

will be hara 10 Keep on.

Six all-round performers, plus

alternates, are cnosen. aau in
dividual tltlists are determined
at the same time. All-round en

trants perform in six events.
Each team member must per per-form
form per-form 12 times twice more than

in the decathlon and every

n, In the hnriv Is usea. mere

is the long horse vault, which
requires leg spring; the horizon horizontal
tal horizontal bar and still rings; the paral parallel
lel parallel bars and side horse; and the
callsthenlc or free exercise event
which combines tumbling, Jumps,
strength and balance.
A gymnast has to be all ath athlete.
lete. athlete. Many months are spent ac acquiring
quiring acquiring fundamentals before he

can quaury tor even novice tout
natitinrr ""

nvmn'astir exercises are much

better for young people and the

country than sitting in a granu granu-stand
stand granu-stand watching a baseball or

football same or a horse race.

1 aniESS nmnks for Fi'lleton (BHS) 2620. 12. Bill Holt
given American gymnabi ior .;. R lbv (rhS
improvement they have made InMgJIS) 24o0. ii. Jim .beioy bh..

the Olympic Games. r ue y-"""'

lis wo Daa. ueiie :: ... t irTI? 1-74(1


Juan. Franco .Tips


f Chtpanlta

L t San Cristobal

3 Oiimpico

4 Cames


Great Wlute Flee

New Orleans Servico


in th. wclPht,. With- 33-10' HI Thpw. hart In ffivp Rprnilt Elmer

... ..- o j .i. ... a .- .

the snot ana bj-ivs w wo i Kooienga 01 eeiana an extra snaei "n

cus. ; v ., .; .101 paper to list nis Dromers ann o insn rrm 1
Fourth place' went to Charlie, gfslcrs when he joined the National 7 Double Four
French, who is only a freshman1 Guard hem The. medical history, Rosarlo -4
at BHS, with a very fine totalj form has four spaces for .listing 9Lucky Test
of 3430 points'. French .indicated! brother and sisters;, Kooienga.l6-Polemon
his future potential as a track nM 20. w '. .. J H Towns Wall

man wun goou enuna m
events,' and ties for the best in

his specialties, the iuo ana vm.
- Fifth was a young man who
fc competing .in track for the
first time, Dan Winklosky.
Winklosky scored 3310 -points,
and was probably the biggest
surprse of the entire decath decathlon
lon decathlon competition. Sixth place
went to Ed Scott, BHS senior,
who scored 3280 points on a
good steady performance in all

events.- I
The first six place winners
each received a handsome gold
cup. This is the first time thatj
the BHS Decathlon haa been,
opened to outside competition
and it is hoped that in future, will be possible to in-i
elude more track athletes from
throughout the Canal Zone in
the great ten event test of speed,!
strength, and endurance.
Final points totals:
l. John Clark (AAFB) 4020. 2.
Owen Sutherland (BHS) 3620. 3
Chris Fluellen (AAFB) 3480. 4.
Charlie French (BHS) 3430. 5.(
Dan Winklosky (BHS) 3310- 6.
Ed Scott (BHS) 3280. 7. Bob
Toothman (BHS) 3080.
8. Raul Barbara (BHS) 2960. 9.
and 10. Bud Curdts (BHS) and;

Joe Trower (BHS1 2830. 11. Ken

Dr. Bill
, ; Winsaba

Younr Prince

- EI Regaloi

- Ga'ucha

' ' Vedette

. Mossadeq
' King

can't put the Penn State show

on the road


HAMDEN. Conn. (UP) Alan

Postman gets around. He was ap appointed
pointed appointed probation officer for Ham Ham-den
den Ham-den town court, a post he also
holds in Milfordt West Haven,
, Oransft. Rcthanv and Woodbridse.

He lives in West Haven and has
headquarters in New Haven,

18 Carl Toothman (BHS) 1310.

17. Pettit Calvert (BHS) 1290. 18.
Tony Womble (BHSt 1000. Did
not finish: Jim DesLondes, John
Maee, and Harold Sorrell.
First three men in each event
with their effort and points:
70 yd. HI1: 1. Bud Curdts and
Joe Trower 10.3 4U), 3. Chris
Fluellen and Rani Barbara 10.4
in0). '
High Jump: 1. John Clark 5-4
(370). 2. John Magee 5-2 (330),




'' Arrive

, ..April 15


,, ...Apru us

..May 5
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Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargf


New York Service

S.S. "JUNIOR" April 18
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S.S. OMA Y AGUA" .....May 7
S.S. "SAN JOSE" ............................... .May 14
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Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New,
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
' 1. and Seattle. '
Special round trip (ares Irom Cristobal to New York,
San Francisco and Seattle.

-To New York and Return

To San Francisco and Seattle



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CWSTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2904)

2 Choya

3 Salustio
4 Marianlna
5 Hurlecano
8-Irlsh Profit
7 Encaehada
ft El Regalo

C. Chavez 109xNot affaimr tha 1

J.' Cadogan 103 Would pay well
O. Montero 101xNot off recent races
S. Carvajal 102x Poor effort last w
F. Alvarez 110 Distance handicaps
F. Hidalgo 113 Will fight it out t
A. Vasquez 119 Dangerous contender

3-1 S
lo-i ;t
- 5-t-f
,.2-1" :
- I!

7th Race 'D' Imported 7 Fji.Purii $600.00 t.ol CImm 4:05


J. Phillips 110 -Should beat these r.
A Creididio 102xVMust go lowe? -R.
Cristlan 110 Will be close up

F. Hidalgo 108 Showing improvement
F, Alvarez 113 Gets atiffest test
C. Lino 120 Returns from layoff :
B. Aguirre 113 Rates good chance

8th Rac."Elin." Im. 'j F9i. furtt $600.00
C .. .. QUINIELA ,

io H
. 'Si:

PmI CImm 4:40;;

1 Gaucha ;- J. Phillips 108 Should be close up
2 Atom-0 F. Godoy 107x Rates good chance
3 Choice Brand O. Cruz 110 Ran well in last
4 Our Fancy A. Creididio 103x Barclv missed in last

A. Valdivia 115 Usually fractious
B. Aguirre 113 Should oeat these
A. Reyes R. 105x Poor effort last time ''

O. Prescott 108 Rates fair chance

5 My Dear

s Rosarlo
7 -Tempestad
8 Alabarda
9 Double In

k 10-1

; 19-1




J. Cadogan 103 Excluded from betting. (fracW.
, -. - ious).

9th Race "H-l" Imeetttrf I MilePwrM $400.00 PmI CImm IMS


2 Gay Spot
3 Vedette
4 Goyonder;
5 D. Club
Lucky Test
7 Espagirico

A. Vasquez 118 Rider should help
B. Aguirre 115 Serious effort here
Q, Montero lOOx Ran well in last
R. G6mez 118 -Usually gets left
A. Valdivia 115 Longshot specialist.
C.Ruiz 115 Form indicates
A. Reyes R. 105x Last was very poor

- J-17
. io-i ;

I0TH RACE NAT'l GUARD CLASSIC 2100 MUn Puna. $3000 00
. Pool CImm 5:40, x ,''";

1 Mossadeq Yv. F. Alvarez 121 Will fight It out
2rMelnde& A. Vasquez 12V Rates good chance
3- Supper Girl F, Hidalfto 115 .Apparently outclassed
4-Kadlr i . C. Ruiz 121 Not good enough
5-rPolemon R. Cristlan 107 Should score easily'
6- r(Trirreme ; V., Ortega 110 Must improve more
7- (R0sler v B,-' Aguirre 121 Dangerous always

2- 1
3- 11


11 Hi Raca "V mfrti -f 7'Ffi.Pnrtt $550.00 PmI Clem.
1 Igiiaztf f A. Reyes R.'107x'-Not with this rider

2 Town's Wall F, Alvarez 120 Gets real test here

3 Galls to i B. Aguirre 115 Classic candidate

4 Orn. Star R. Cristlan 110 In against lions
5 E. Magic A. Creididio 107t-Not against these
8 King J. Phillips 115 -Will fight it out
7 Qulscence H. Alzamora 113 Not ready yet

10-1 1
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; THE STORY: Mike Morrison, an American caught by
the Nazi invasion of Greece in 1941, is trying to deliver
'information to British Intelligence at Athens. Germans are
tracking him down. Mike escapes with a "girl Eleftheria
from one village and has taken ; refuge with another Greek
Barba-Leonidas, who lost a son in the war. ( v ,.;

. xvn
.THE night's restful sleep in the
xkft down bed worked wonders on
Mike's tired bones. He sat down
hungrily to the dawn meal with
Barba-Leonidas and awaited ithe
arrival of Eleftheria.' His mind
was filled with plans to get to A A-thens.
thens. A-thens. The giant remained silent
except for his slurping of the boiling-hot
coffee. As the meal drew
: to a close feeling of alarm swept
over Mine.
"Where is Eleftheria?
ri .-.-; ,'i -' -y.i
he ask-
vshe went back. What differ-
. ence does it make why she went?
KHp wnt." .,.:w. :- '. i
It makes a lot of difference to
mci" ,
' Jon't get excited. She prom-
iaet to return on the Sabbath
The Sabbath came. Mike awoke
early and anxiously awaited the
arrival of Eleftheria.' By 'mid
morning his anxiety changed to
t RusDicion. Barba Leonidas be-j
came strangely silent. By after afternoon
noon afternoon he knew full well that one of
Turn thinpc had hsnnened. Elefthe
ria was soina to see that he stay-
.mA in Valnffhrianl nr Rarhl Leoni

das was going to see to it.; U" ''Believe, me, my friend, I have
In the early afternoon Mike hadi great love for you, but I must get1

' reached the breaking point anai
demanded to know what was go-
. ing on. Barba-Leonidas, who could
not lie with a straight face, re refused
fused refused to answer. He selected a ri rifle
fle rifle and stomped from the cottage,
announcing that he was, going rab-j
Ull UUIlUllg.

Mike turned to DesoO.' The agedj.viously, not: Greek, sat behind a

- wrinkled woman looked up sheep
ishlv from her .weaving. ; V.
"Eleftheria where is she?". -.
i Dt-spo shook her head.
Mike stood over ner,' leu.jne
where she is!" -' t s..;
'Sh was herel" Despo cried.
''She was here injnid-weck. You
were in the fields Barba-Leonidas
lent her away : J
wny? v iri
' you can never leave.",,;

MIKE fumed about the fottage
for 15 minutes. Despo sank -back
into silence, but her hands nearly
flew in nervousness over the
. t. ; u O .V. T id

WettVint ulacniitci paiu-i.cuiuupij
n?o mm irappea. n nu
' 01 Belling: 10 lernicn -uiuu i
ci'.. if -,t ri;r.rtinn Hp

1 ,S,,-8C"": i.

t reauzca, wo, neT

Kaloghnani.' Mike had only
f' u: Jr.. r.iri. onri tiav

, ,'?u u. T
- tit out. .,f;, A-if 'j..v...;..vYV...
,1 1 e formed from the cottage in'.
'search of the hunting party. ;

" the mountain beKan to grow steep-,
Ter. M iki! worked his w?y to a
v balding shoulder neat tho t o p.,
. crossed a rocky field, ana there a

; ncalc loomed but ... lew t-unorea
.yaMif up a sneer ,wau. t
e. DreauiaKing aig"'
I low him as he stood tiop the
"mountain with We thrill of a con conqueror.
queror. conqueror. To the cast the blue Ae-
'gean Sea and h islands and to
the west the rippling rtgimebts of
., .toills.',. ,-
Mike stood and looked and re-'-"membered.
he saw 17 men at elegant desks,
'or woking at files, or attending
cocktail parties of hob robbing
with German officers. The British
1 were probably desperate fort these

17 names. He had been overcau-iDr.

tious in. wasting weeks. He didn't)
. Know. But leave tne nuis oc must.
Bullying Leonidas would be no
simple chore Only yesterday Leo Leonidas
nidas Leonidas led the village in burning a
German oraer for wheat, a 1 1 o t t-ment.'.
ment.'. t-ment.'. ;'':." ;v;--.-r. ., :
The only clear pUn he could lor lor-mulate
mulate lor-mulate would be to send Elefthe Eleftheria
ria Eleftheria to Athens to contact Dr. Harry,
Thackery. She wasn't the world's
brightest and if there was any
troubie she b never be ablo to
'cope with it. V;";:.,i r'v"
- 'Do .1 have the right to make a
pawn of her risk her life? he ask-
:ed himself. Many people have sl

ready died because of the Ster-'sat

giou list. Life was a small thing gaunt and was pasty in complex complex-in
in complex-in the struggle to find the names, ion. His hair was thinning and
Then, Mike argued with himself, his face was bony.
f. Eleftheria would want to go to k- "You wish, to see me?" 'his voice
i thens if she knew what was at said in a monotone.

stake, y . : ; ; r
une com iaci remamea. Her ute

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or his was unimportant in the ul
timate delivery of tne 17 names.

Mike took one last look at the.h, rnuiH iniiw p. thu mmhi.

view iuu smrvcu uuwu uic mvuu"
IT was dark when he reached
the cottage. Barba-Leonidas was
pale when Mike entered. Then, up upon
on upon seeing Mike, his face broke in into
to into an expression, of relief which
belied his effort to pretend he was
unconcerned. :. ,''.;
"You stupid Englezos. I was a-
bout to go out and look for you.
uo not go roaming uese nuis
without me in the future."
"Tomorrow you go to Drnica
and get Eleftheria?; w-t :
"Sit down and eat and d o nt
talk so much."
Mike grabbed Leonidas by the
shirt.. ."You go to Dernica or I
Barba-Leonidas looked to Despo
and shrugged.' "Mad he i gone
mad."; ;
"All right, then. I'm : going going-right
right going-right now.! i i
He stared at Mike with an ex
pression of hurt written t over!
his i bearded face. "What is the
' matter With V0U. Jay?" .-!..
w Auiens.
"You you want to leave? You
realty want to leavt? '
'J .must, leave." tiW.i'.k.
,. -j" iSr;: ."t -., "' j'; ;
rA MIDDLE-AGED woman, ob-
1 small counter with earphones m
jher hwd. There was a desk and
many papers scattered on It. Elef-
theria approached with great cau-
I I wish to see- Dr.
: Harry
Thackery," she whispered,
"Your 'name, please?
'Eleftheria Yalouns."
f "Do you have an appointment
with (he doctor?" the woman
"l;:?' ?!"nl

2M;.:Sf S!.

uncomfortable peasant girl be-'
lore her.
"No. He does not know me."
;"Just a moment, please," the
hind the counter and disappeared!
behind large double door that'
uciuuu w taigu uuuuic uuui
Mcawnj" ""LC1 5 : M
led down a long corridor.
iin icn;iwiun iciumcu. .' ,.1
' i m rrv nr Thii-u. MnJ
. r""
. -:-
handbag nd shifted her weight
iui.oi timo fih truA to thinir
rhi -t. h.TtniJ h.- "
I what Jay had told her.
"When can I see him?" That
was the right thing to say.
is preparing an expedition for
some diggings."
; She remembered that as a small
child she had seen some foreign
men digging around Dernica. Be-
riore: jne war toreigners always
tm iu aix au aver tne province.

- "Bul-but- I have traveled all'; urw h

xne way-jrora naai. ,, xt is. very
Mhere was a buzz from the odd
box on the, desk. The woman
stopped, the buzz by sticking
piece of metal attached to a cord
into a Jittle ;: hole. ? The door
opened and two men who were
not Greeks came into the
and sat
at down and looked at mag
, T. J
J'Just what do you want to see
.Thackery about"
"It is a personal matter and one
ot great importance r- an
come a long way." ..
: The woman shrugged and once
again disappeared behind t h e
double doorSi She returned. "Fol "Follow
low "Follow me, please," she said. The
woman marched briskly dowp the
long carpeted hallway past sev
eral doors with little brass name
plates on them, turned sharply,
and opened one and motioned
Eleftheria in. She closed the door
behind the girl; :
The room was stiff and paneled
and Victorian. T h e only light
was a small desk lamn. A 'man
behind the desk." He looked
"Yo..areJ?r. Harry Thackery?"
That is corrects
4 i(-v. v.
- ta toffiM Hiw


SHE bit her nails and .thought'

very hard to relay Jay's exact'pass pay-off money oa the train
word i rM Vmi .m ....... u.-

"A good friend of mine," she
started, trembling, "stays in the
house of my cousin. He wishes
to come to Athens. He told me
that a mutual friend said to come:
to see you
"Sit downgirl."
She edged into a stiff mahogany
chair in front of his desk' and now
"He stays in Kalogrianl. It Is
a village that is in the province
of Larissa." -':
The man opened his thin lips.
"Tell me about this' friend of
yours.'? . 4 .v
"He is a British soldier. One
from New Zealand." ;
Thackery's face remained rigid.
"If your friend is a British, sol
dier it would be against the law
to bring him to Athens. America
is not at war with Germany 1
I am an American." 'f
"But my friend says .J-1
"I'm sorry. I can be of no help
to you.t I would advise you to
leave Athens. This sort of thing
can get you into a great deal of
trouble." -X
Eleftheria arose, puzzled. S h e
started to walk toward the door
then turned, her eyes beginning
to weU ; with i tears "But i your
mutual friend, a man 1 from
Scotland. '." V
Eleftheria felt her flesh crawl
under the steady stare from the
weird-looking man..
" Why does your friend; wish; ito'
come to. Athens?"
SHE felt a funny dryness in
her mouth as she opened her lips
to speak. "He tolcf me to tell "you
he has 17- excellent reasons why
he wishes to come here" ve "r; v.
' Thackery rose- from vhis""chalr.
"Remain here. I shall return in a
moment." . -v, ;, -i..S-
Dr.,r- Harry Thackery stepped
across, the hall to another office.
A man named Thanassis sat with
earphones on his head. He stood
up when he saw .Thackery. 1' c
"You heard : her,'! Thackery
snapped. "What do you
"It is Morrison,; all
lhanassis answered. i , :
"Thank God he's still alive.: I've
all hut aiven uo hooe."
"We edtmformation deS.
perately Thanassis said. "What
about that girl in there?" ;
"Are our traveling companions
outside" Thackery asked, re-
l Jlf tSJSZ
fop',,C0nsUnt w,tch 0,1 hl8 move-
v "They're there, as usual"
iii.h .,j .- w.
: Better order, a car. We re go-
,iine to have to sup that gin out
We can't take the risk Of bavin
,f . pan
eomact 1,158 io meet us at rapa-
Panos.' I'm sending her
- him tmmdiaipiv
et mea'aly.
I 1 (Viy
up to
the whole mission odd indeed and
too shrouded in .mystery, and un
said thines.It was the first fime
that Dr. Thackery nad mtftheid
any details from her, Bitf "Lisa
:i "C.i i .. TiIIi
unquestioning 'discipline war a -,r
te- She 5ue him;
.' same tune, .she didr't like
r.i.V v"
bring down lone British esca escapee
pee escapee was too much to iwallow.
l Perhaps he is i an officer of hieh
ran,t or some functionary in the
new Underground perhaps he
thought. l ": , v ;
"You will leave for Dadi tonitrht.

and I have,i0nce there, a girl named Elef-

uieria Y a lour is will meet you. She
will travel with' you to a village
named Kaloghriani. She will intro introduce
duce introduce you to a man you will know
Only at Vassili. You identify your yourself
self yourself at Helena. You are not to ques question
tion question him." ,
Lisa nodded and 'studied his
stone face,
uur people in uadi wilt ar-:
range his travel pass, papers and

THE SENSI-BULL THING TO DO "If you were a bull and heard that you were to face one of
the world's greateat matadors, what would you do. eh? Well, some may call me a aissy for trying
to jump out ot the arena in Mexico City. But I was in no mood to tangle with Spain's Luis Miguel
Dominguin. So the camera caught me making this frantic exit. There he was, with his cape,
word and gleam in"his eyes- He had Just returned to Mexico after a three-year absenee, and
the crowd wanted blood mine. So, can you blame me for wanting out?" .

Thu will
mey Win
rides. You are to spare nothing an
that clear?"
"Yes," Lisa whispered.
voce you arrive in 1 Atnens
. -. ...
take him to Lazarus' and contact
me immediately.
Lisa repeated the instructions
and checked her papers and
money. ,
,Papa-Panosr the little priest,
entered the room. "Come.- chil
dren," he said. ''It is time to -eat."
"Yes,'' Dr. Thackery said. "I'd
better eat and get along. I wouldn't
want my two German friends to
stand outside in the rain too long.'
They walked from the room- to
ward the kitchen. Before they en entered,
tered, entered, Dr. Thackery turned sud suddenly
denly suddenly and faced the woman. "Lisa,
you seem upset today. Is anything
wrong?". ':- r.".,"s .v-;'.
; "Wrong? No no of Vourse
not."' '-."'.; vv f
'tOne more thingr Lisa. Ia the
event tnat something goes sour,
a capture seems imminent you
are to kill him. He is not to be
taken alive by the Germans.?
As they entered the kitchen
Lisa's mind was spinning a plan
furiously. A plan that could 'save
her ..children but would make
her a traitor to her own people.
sprawling, into a sitting position
on the couch. His bead throbbed
Zeivos. the fat swine. had
thrown a four-day orgy to -, cele-
br4t acquisition ef his ne w
apartment house. r
A scummy government tlerk.
Zervos was s- getting too big, too
fast. He. was currying the favor of
everyone ; with promises of 'more!
fabulous, names.
.- He'd lay A the.:1 law down to
Zervos, show the Greek 'pig who
was who, Zervos had promised
10 million drachmas a month to
Heilser so that he could run his
little' extortion ; game, v. Hells Hells-er
er Hells-er would demand double that. ''
Konrad Heilser shuffled
through the papers on his desk, Es-,
capees were everywhere. The fil
thy British roamed tne lengtn ana
breadth of the land: Now .there
were reports of an Underground
movement, becoming more active
daily. r''.
But this was not, the main pro-,
hlem The main problem was the
Greeks working inside the Ger
man Command who were pilfering
Who knew where the American
was now? Each day he remain remained
ed remained free the threat increased. If
the names fell into British hands
there would be no stooping an Un
derground that knew what the Ger-i
man movements wpum oe.
Once the American was bagged
once tne wergiou usi w a
known he could set the resistance
back two years.
A knock on the door. Zervos en-
Heilser Blared at him in disgust
His tailor-made suit and vest
were of some weird color, and he
wax fatter than ever. Diamond
stick pin, diamond cufflinks, four
diamond rings.- Zervos walked up
to Heilser'a desk without a. trace
of the old fear. t '"
. "We have an appointment to
meet Lisa Kvriakides in an hour,
Konrad." Zervos gloried in' the
newly found equality which allow allowed
ed allowed him to call Heilser by his Chris Christian
tian Christian name. think it is .bout
time we dispose of her.'
"I still run i this ; department,
Mr. Zervos. So long as there is a
chance that, one of these people
will lead ua to Morrison, we can cannot
not cannot disoose Of them.": t; f
"But in Lisa's case,", Zervos
pontinued.- "she will not give in
formation. You know that It is
foolish to allow her to run around
free. The least we could do is put
a watch on her." -
' "You idiot! Put a. watch on her
and the Underground would
know it in five minutes. No ..Zer ..Zervos,
vos, ..Zervos, she will obey us as long as
we hold her children.",
cross Constitution Square toward

chanee his arniearanrc

Ms?.. fax. !::y
LONDON, April 15 "(UP)

Supporters of Britain's Sunday
"blue laws" complained today
the current plan to present Rus
sia's rulers to Queen Elizabeth a
J i uii. luuiuiiun ia m sen
., hronh nf nn1' rnmmanrf-


uled meeting with Communist
boss Nikita S. Khrushchev and
Premier Nikolai A. Bulganln at
Windsor CasUe will "harm Brit
aln's prestige."
Conservative newspapers which
had sparked popular opposition
to the Russian visit appeared
resigned today to its inevita
bility. They expressed hope that
it may produce some easing of
tension in the Middle East.
"Those rollicking Reds actual
ly will be in our midst, said th
Daily Mail, addiner that Prime
Minister Anthony Eden's purpose
in proposing the tour "must be
to get the Red finger of out of
the Middle East pie." -The
Dally Telegraoh also con
ceded there appears to be no
hope of" preventing the Reds'
visit, but added tnat any ieei
ing of optimism a b o u t it Is
"wholly illogical."-
US 6!:b:l Plane
KSiriy Fir.hhsd :
' WASHINGTON, April 14 (UP)
Ren. Chet HollfieW (D.CaUf.)
said today the United States is
"on the threshhold" of produc producing
ing producing ah .atomic-powered airplane
capable of circling the globe
without refueling.
Holifield, a-member of the
House-Senate Atomic Energy
Committee, made the statement
as the House Rules Committee
sent to the House floor a bill
authorizing 295 million dollars
for construction of new atomic
facilities. "-,".'- -i
The bill would authorize 55
million dollars for a ground test
plant In Idaho for an atom-pow
ered plane, as wen as lunds lor
facilities to try to harness the
H-bomb for peaceful uses.
Hollfield said he believe it
still will be Jrom two to five
years before ; an .economical
atomic Plane is built. v
, Rep. Carl T. Durham (D-N.C.)
said the construction nroeram
Includes facilities for tackling
the problem of harnessing ther thermonuclear
monuclear thermonuclear heat for power pur purposes.
poses. purposes. He 1 acknewledged that
such efforts are still in the "liv
fancy" stage.
- House leaders scheduled the
bill for a House vote next week.
Jefferson Birthday
Stamp Is Issued
14 (UP) The Post Office De De-Dartment
Dartment De-Dartment celebrated Thomas
Jefferson's birthday yesterday
by issuing a 20-cent Monticello
stamp, i-
Postmaster General Arthur E.
Summerfteld released the new
stamp for first-dav sales at cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies at Monticello, Jefferson's
home. i
the row f shops facing It on Her-.
mes street. Men Greek, German
and Italian all turned and watch.
ed her pass." She looked straight
aneaa, neiuier ignoring nor ack
nowledging the stares that follow
ed her. For Lisa had been endow
ed with a striking beauty that
could impress itself on a memory
even u seen oniy as a lace in a
passing crowd.' r- v
The lines or her face were
carved to perfection and set in a
halo of golden hair rare for a
Greek. Her complexion was a
shade lighter olive than most
Greeks'. She moved along Hermes
Street with the grace and carriage
oi a nooiewomaa.
Lisa was thin, a bit too thin
But- this seemed, to add to her
haunting loveliness. 1

a .

Charter Granted Employment

Group; FEVA
A charter has been granted to
a group of government employes
who have veterans' nre'ference to
organize a post of the Federal
Employes Veterans' Association,
v The charter which jwaa receiv received
ed received on the Zone designate the
new post, as No. 17 of the atn
uvu service District
. Any eligible person who wants
to join has- time to become a
charter", member according to
the temporary post commander
J..,pyrozakv k'"'
FEVA Vwa. create. ti".
tional brganization by reason of
a Charter of Incomoration
granted by, the State of Dela
ware on Dec, 22,' 1947. The pur
pose and alms of the oreanizai
ticn is to protect the rights, In Interests,
terests, Interests, and welfare of veterans
in. government employment,
Other tiDjectlvM "of the orga organisation,,
nisation,, organisation,, accordinar to Pvrozak
are to create better relationship
ueiween employes ana manage
memV.thus increasing the' effi
ciency of -their services.
FEVA keeps in contact with
officials of Army and Navy
Canidsi Paper
h France Urges
PARIS. April 14 (UPV Paris
Communist Daily XHumanite
today called for nationwide
demonstration and strike to pro protest
test protest Premier Guy Mollet's Al Algerian
gerian Algerian mobilization tilan to nut
80,000 French reservist back in
uniform. uu::-u:-, v,.iv- v,u
; The Red paper flung Its chal chal-ltnge
ltnge chal-ltnge atvlts followers in a one one-word
word one-word headline: Agitate. ;
Protest actions to date against
the mobilization have neither
been large enough nor strong
enough, the paper said. ?.
It called on oartv faithful to
spark demonstrations that would
be strong enough, to impede the
moDiuzauon, lmrjose an Algerian
cease fire, and force the govern government
ment government to open negotiations with
the rebels that Premier Ouy
Mollet yesterday promised the
nation he would not take.
The Formula passed to the
party members was simple: Or Organize
ganize Organize work stoppages at your
factories, hold demonstrations,
paraaes ana mass meetings.

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