The Panama American

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00308

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pr ted that Army Secretary teven will not resign, un- Inte res tentative in the i,
o course, his resignation limited by senator McCarthy U. office and the its ranks and
An editorial in The New York Times, last Friday sad tht even "to die wi out hesitation"
Sth Senate ha to takme reponasbility for Senator McCarthy si htoerebuild the Pty in thecoming
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S s unfreezingth of all polimmticl sthidon
". e us recall L ivic labor and governme e tal aied in
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agace e"' And then, three days later, the same Secretary delSvere jobs ranging rom we ters to TV e es
thesam Snathywould cont hinue his nvestigationofhe Army. It taking orders from the Communist
of curse, his resigcomm nation s demanded by Senator McCarthy. U. S. hfactor gledwork. ts ranks .
1 An editorial in The New York Times, last Friday said that Is reorganzig now that 'peace"
A 1 the. Senate has to take responsibilitylfor Senator McCarthy, is here.
dentashngton Correr h to take responsibility orth m secretary In the Party's own wodsv, 'e
S: Le us recall that as recently as lt Sunday Secretry ships wchwere estsfied in
Stvens announced that the commanding general of Camp Kilmer the expectation of the.laevtabl
s suffered "humiliating treatment" as indeed he had at of war aganut the SpielUn
hands of Senator McCarthy "only because he had carried out -come out of the under groun
tions which were his official duty M.d .executed an order he To do this it is puling as many
..eot e."- And then three days later, the sa s Secretary delivers Jobs ranging from waiters to TV
e tb same senator everything the latter asks, Including the peformers and Is ordering them
bill of the commanding general of Camp Kaimer. If 8ecdreary rote factory work.
Steumne undertook this Incredible reversal under his own steam,
ttoht be requested to resign. If heunde~ it. ., tble If this is hard for them-average
ow ecord."_. ...just remember the Tovarischi live
A1 IAIo In te laut Friday Issue of The Times James Raton, in -a world wbefe there is always
KfI.Washinsn Correspondent, referring to the meeting be: darkness at noon. However, even
'nhSEnitor McCarthy and Secretary Stevens. reports that eon- in the shadow-and there is rebel.
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inter acCaruny hna wi-a reporvUer on C
S tevens had left, that the Secretary of the
S given in "more abjectly if he had not down
,- However Republican Senator Pirksen,
'/ Clrthy Committee, said that he did not I
ur; u unwt with Senator McCarthy "as cal
Secretary of. the Army." When asked
.ithlnator Dirksen that Stevens had nol
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- aIaat a cue of reaching an agreement."
S-. M senator McCarthy surreptitiously
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S .rator McCarthy will not insist on t
events and that he will not trqTfsfer
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on his knees." who have been ordered to rip up __ I .t. .
a member of the Me-their homes .and move to factory ia r tte thei a
interpret Mr. Stevens' cities thereal-- the ca b fde.itn Geuet M -
jthlation on the part into industrial Jobs. -..,,
eg whether he agree So the Party is cracking down I who has nqve- noeklon
oen whether he agreed on the recalcitrant, "b` ; eMCCon n
t surrendered, Senator onte cawthat'sn .sac ..forn taso* d r v
"I agree with that. It "*ome Comrades view only a to
fulltime functionary. (paid park. -', lay .
V kicked his questioner e fn a ry cade t aab bf fellow R Ublican
nnl h v a l comma tod its. rl ... .. g what they did to him.
repair the value of Mr., c y. "Thats a w g ea eraiaote fl
t shake the confidence tion. Because of this incorrect ca EN ROUTE TO NEW ZEALAWD ty of in my memory is trying to You can stone me in the streets, L ger bangles y
However, let us hope cept many .. onntionaries do -Wuld you betting just alile make Boy Scot tro out. an but I were running a military
he resignation of See- not feel that thy are Part wear of th boy-6x army of armed force d t demo- installation. in a precarious world Not many people kpw it, butll i
.8. Bcot McLeod, who or are cons such by ours in ch discpline,- isa cracy. Into what be a I wod stop pampering the troops when the epte n-b. .ao Mrer ew a
State Department, to or committees. They do not fl slaee enough to let some .,000 desocracl-a frl te. A and shut down on the junior offi. vened one year ago,. Longer wi without akitg the e
therefore, thht assignments which G.Ls stampede a stage in Klea fighting en a pi- cers and klock a little luxury loose the only Republican no permlited wrapper off, -ever. smokes thelM,
- Crede Calhoun require personal dislocation 'are where Marilyn Monroe happened vate's o i00 tA cOrpor- from the senors, in the best Er- to take his seat epflpt conditiod- which caused So atOtflgUsat -J_
meant for them. to be appearing? I would, at any al, with e obed ita stretching nest King tradition; I would keep ally. Senator McCathw was -per- Wshi hton to efIt don't.
Peis Pule' rate. I would have a few stripes up as far at the Secretary of War the l01lywood hanms out of the nmtted to take hiseat dap oi e yeat fye't k
t-Tto Mous u e "We must overcome this attitude for a necktie from the company or Defense, or whether they call troubled areas, puV them down of the mott devastatig re ane tas Jut. t .
in every district. The solution of grade officers and field grade of- it these dismal days. simy as distrac f t only out ever submitted aganat. a PresIdent fruman_ t.. n
thin question is indispensable to the fioers, if I were in the Army busl- of hbuanh concern fo the feelings senator. pig trslwI he rSis-tu'Lo
building of the kind of Party that ness, Which I am not, thank heav- I am persona no more sym- of JhF men. to, toe ap6tiited
can survive all the blows of the en. pathetic to the plght.of tht,habd- On sueh awful rocks as the Pa- But when a ODDoupdf epblidans ow,. Mara r th .
enemy." uff vplunteers of thtlage than I ctfic Islands during WW-t*ile, 1frm North DI ai ed by Joe tows C tia .eV1
We muet adit that a semi- was to a a S volun- used 'to wtchwwtc h Wat a. .n of Q kaks, *t t4. Governor Wa
The enemy-that's us. peacetime military force is not A teer of W 1 War -L'Wf, n a Jot whla t some d tAN ve iditt t a:root oaLAer'
Here are the Communist Par- tremendously desirabe oceupa- .W iA taflies J"l. a ea.m 'p1t. ha elt .,V, bka e ai
ty ecific plans for rebuilding. tion. but an army is sill a army went r hee of to ye bsa t A tr dId b ackstage e
a' n now that the So- and not a ftilo It is not aepic- of low d.ChAow 1 thea beat .
S- armies are no tic or a at bigadieetur1 deat 2 ath :the Rve_ tsp op .,_s FIitllltF -lt/ was allowed to 'i Ar


tIfI I o dope dts a I to set "na- canary birds to kee$ time m sy Uiiat t et .- ..f14?., ', I
S ur ctclt ionl cadre ppy.' seans wearing thin who' gOt plrat at id w C fe bout
p the watU etal -terB srn ad at to Anlo Amnuadalcan and fra- m tA of D st iA m aths
m itary discipline. It mmu In the years since the last major wa. M the s of s e Ad
.it to to give waiter's war we have been awfully bu y afre oh ane of edace mikiug ommitew tan i sae they
Idt York res- making b.oyout t our s t I had a blool at puate in Ger due of the y lad o do
aeUd D r near the men. to where we. don't .et many laIt summer, when they We never a similar problem -
tsototronuclear plant, as drink beer and we censor th. were putting the boots to Genieal in the areas where war Was nera- e- W.rt em
'ri.e-cently ordered-he must do stuff they read. awe moMte f RnseM Cranger for trying to buld As war ai l t picnic asspets fl
so immediately, regardless of fam- rude approach 6f dlergean to h .. a little idiseptt'r into the occupa- IuregOended,.. M.Mnwhie, the Eisenhower a, -
1i 1 or home ties. The G.1.s are supposed to be as tieoi forces aromtrd Munich. u But back to the storming of Mli isteathil te E le so tr a td
goud ase the officers and the oly nBight have th6tught he was a crie- Marilyn Moaro, It the ag o oministation p tds A TA
Lives must be placed at the cts are supposed to be daAltir e Inal for cantd an officer wile fashion of a bozIy-sox mo dng Secretry 'f we Iptor, Fre d 3',
disposal of the Party," said the o th fli otheto the fee of the noncoms, or wAs a peBalia druk, and for mgd for Sintira, 1 think thm.re. Aafdahl, the man who ot l ...
edict. else some y's mother will wrte insisting that the trps wear eot- fleets a very poor fighting fie td run against JLwnger for th e WA H6ON J-.i. t
edit / a Coagressman and there's e rect unfrs and behave i a sol- with the fault startln g w _mtts bu a h t awho hn clled hi a -f te w,
Meanwhile, under the Part 's devil to pey from the liutenant derely maAger. The officers and and working lown to the lowest r ult. Anahi even ta a new gt
theory of concentration, the high general down. men aster hd it so g6ood In the John. As_ ln as we've* ,000 hotribution fiem Cul4 vas f th tel 1 M.
command is selecting special in. g e States, W ere busy beef to havu a heavy aWr a we t, e Texas oil e ylliae ye, to af thel a aaa e ote e
dustres. It believes that only in What we are uitly of In the thu COflrsimen that they never a iht s vtell abe it sottin featt Lnger. But wa e f aned, aue at aUilt similar to tw
industtial labor does the Party States, and have always been gull- bad it so bad. other than a fleer shot. l Ese o er at*a tra- liitday. .
o ave a chance to regain a mass d .bi the pAlitula l Ahy an f the fossils wtere coll
S, n For each industry there wIl by elevay g As abI l t one '6d and sait to t'hr uaIthsosla
be a special coordinator. Under the key spots. in the Iteriot insttut on ufor classfic
each coordintor there will be lit I Wn wepacent. l d d. s ev'ua a i, .
tie cadres, filled out of a central o 'These wr oeft Yen n'o cs Ii onl I -t t m n oly
pool, the way our military indue- ese werae ome ofthena roie i l -
-- ton centers dispatch recruits to By Peter Edson ** one-w eito J e r *fn ost t
C special camps. dc r e r E aSON North Dakota bided his tinUe until o.toi .' s a vkUI -
penhial,,, cm ph o definitely entrenched as clrlatto eating feature a th e
\ Once the cadres arrive, say in. I the Jodhtlisry Cmmitte By thes re t.d 8..RJt vMso.
Detoit or in Los Angeles, attempts WASHINGTON--(NEA) As a respondents a press release qttot- were In e 3200. But in He eve lnuary o his ar, he iew o name ithe p M .
Swill be made to slip them into. s ple of the things Capital so- ing a Brazil Herald editorial head- maths that this security prbram e could d hi. toh prot l
Strategic plants. These factories Vsi about in this twa d. "AmbAssador Kemper Does was in effect last year, re .eded 16 iIt have dier
are selected, not only for their where tatl Is the leading dusy. Good Job Here in First Six erampMt also fired 7474 euatel l target in Wi J. the f Iada d ld t v .*
military sensitivity for sabotage here are a few snashes of Manths." The mailing was timed Service employee "for 055e." F% Juntke of the dtate,-in or- sets le Hving t I A5 L *
SI I and espionage, but also for size, so maties overhpard at q Washington to arrive just before Ambassador the entire wear 17,210 wdre ds- '.'
that skilled propegtndists can s cktil nst$: a... reee er returned to Washlngtao missed for ause.. -"i*nl-: .... -" -.'' .. '
_______aga win followers. In addon abbut three de -atiou. The o for firings ptl SIDE iitt
,,,,.. valentaes that cate ato T e Tn IDck otis tears was a to ows: -
SAnd they are skilled, for they he White House for Amiriea's e S a of Agriculture tlra 152 ....."....... '
:' have lone through cadre schools new ewethbart Mamie Eites- af s ehSraeterizue P 1e3l 51 .......';..... .
gand wil soon begin to receive in- hower--thee were several hand to Eiseahower's farm progr 1951I .............. i
Instructions and discussions brain- kerchiefs-and ons as "It's some duck!" .180 ................... 10, .
numbing enough to replace the or- Mrs. Harold Burton is one of "Before the Presldent's detailed 1 ...........t. .
dinary sleeping pill. the most "hahapp women n fa message had been transmit- These figures are cited by Civil
Once weheadrearr "vWai e .wsfe of tbe. tt f to Cogress" says Scretary Servie Coamlsi t f M ..., .
A.teo every concentrationn dis Tre OUe Aa t n "ta people Wse y. owvre et
trmct and shop" is thus covered, eep qtde. a ..to i 's' de.a sduckl' eerL, onee a 5 mf lat 1 ... -
w be the coordinator expects that eail chapeaux, ee f thOugh the sut. -WI.w it must be a duck with es can stay o en .c Prn l -. Oy "A"
plant, building and department, ton d live laa .otel suite p. aS than nine lives because fs- OIe f a etr ler 1 .f
and even each shift, will have at Burtos mertelpss the hat O r d si c lee pirogm was wee plye aoycgets at. "'r i
least one cadre member. The sys. e on top f ether, along il q T sai m t c te, bav f y ratli e t
tem is working fine for the tovarn. wall, ... .. I to till t all over again." 9-day we.ari. 'fu f
ichi at the bugt Ford River Route e, "s tweo r lat. official 1 wies e e Or msae lov*, out lIe "
plant. That's the comrade's pride on town rekst. lshiytower asnit, tae government employ
and joy, and descriptions of it ill Mrs. Hrbt lOwfel. Both know Bls Iader President Zlishow- Just a Few BSHMal
that l.u-,trial repor to Moscoow. hw to toss & ts so sf secretly program int Tuhm i sed f a s
-u WA'.I.' *w sounding "i 1*10 theIr greeti. Ma IT and Dee. I, 1S, reg Is en peoy ee 'he
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age by cadres, they Party hope Dsleaska Prfts Aiget a. C*a i servicee pepd lai be .
to recruit a follownginton AFL utrwieW 'rnse" in an avers scrapeinhwnsfmpogm
CIO unionas-ad in their politics Pieobablyz m U. S in m thicas eeer AitT ll,
leagues and committees as w. r vd .es te
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By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets tdler
Cabbage is one of your-best auys
today. Not only is it abundiat and
cheap but it, a valuable vege-.
table.
'As the base for salads, cabbage
tops the JPt We think you'll be
grateful.or, these two .salads:
Apple Salad ReUpsh
(2 .)
One cup flnely hopped unred
apples, 1 cup finely, shredded cab-
bag, icup finely chopped celery,
1 tablespoon chopped green pep
per, one-third oup sugar, 3 table.
spoons vinegar, teaspoon salt,
VA teaspoon ginr, % teaspoon
mustard dash -cayenne pepper,
1 tablespoon chopped canned p1*
miento.
Mix apples, cabbage, celery and
green pepper. Combine sugar, vin-
egar, spices and pimiento. Add to
apples and vegetables and mix
lightly but thoroughly.
duiet Salad
'Two tablespoons gelatia, P4i
caps fresh der, 1 cup diced ap-
ples, (skinsleft on), 1 tablespoon
chopped pepper-or parsley, 1 cup'
shredded cabbage or diced celery,
V4 teaspoon salt.
Soak the gelatia in a cup cider.
Heat the ret 'of the elder to boil-
ing.'Pour over thweilatia. Stir ut-
itl el-cear* ChiRt ut's.u .. Sgot
Serve wnh~ftvoite-siadms-

Inelek Is PortablMe
NEW YORK (U.P.)-The frot OF
back yard Oeasie cVetedFiftbll'
UA"new pnt-be ridl
feat in diameter, taIs made by te
same manufeaturer who a few
years ago introduced the-portable
backyard pool .
The rink made of plastic sub-
stance called Krene, folds into a
small bundle when not .in use.
When stretched out on the ground,
It needs only two or three inches
of water and the aid. of cold weath-
ert o become a skating area.
(lOner Corp., Brooklyn N.Y.)


JUST RECEIVED

CYLINDER SLEEVES
a 85 .P. Ford Limited stock.


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This Month; Fogs Are Likely
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the follqlMng weather condit on the Pacific side aait. will be
ttona are based on the records on the Atlantic side.
of the past 47 years and may be d and. Suun he. The sty
expected to occur in the anal will be parL!y cloudy during must
Zoe and vicinity during g Mach, of'the daytime an" 'Zulv clear
Woatner: March t normally, a R$ight. There wiU l an-iver-
mnth of steady truale winds d. lag .or about 8 horse, a day of
dry, sunny weather. M a Beutuli9hlne or '70 per 'ceft-of..the
Ira.modcuts on. an asera ,2 amount posalble.
days during the zn0th at lb -Fois: Nighttithe and. early-
Heights and 11 days a fot. o mornxR fo.s may be eUpected
bal. The average rawiafl for occasionally ovrp the. GjUard
March is08 atIn t Balla dC w saetion of. the aal aI9 we
ielght, 60.44 inch at adCen c al action of tAt.xu. a-
Dam 'and 43 In2egs at Cr Jong the 'rran'a-t an gh-
dal3. ah rian 'tfh ettet h wn y but none likely to i
drettgta. owr~t tenAhturf, r e|rerh or
.0 inches at A Dam ar d mnl j pight an t before
.u091mch to 9.17 in eat Cr t a -


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r at d o s t rd 10 er hour a-
S en ht taid 85n a 77 1aog the Pacific oasThe max-
a at CrIstaobal. Th hign- Imum velocity is not likely to ex.
e and lo west t erature n ceed 35 mUs per hour.
reoid are 96 an ,0 d at To st^nts are likely, but in-
Balba. Heights 9 id : tnsfied Nbrtheast Trades fre.
degree at aau r b atlyO aum rough seas and wl.
iuldty:.Thl average rel heyj swll along the Atlahc
tive humidity will be .about 76 CoDA. As the prevaiVng winds
per cent at all stations, but the aloVg the Pacifc Coast are off-
ially rang between high and abshore, smooth tu moderate seas
low will be about-twice as great may be expected.

McCarthy To Investite Friend's

Loss Of Hiring And Firing Powers
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WASHINGTON, March '3 (UP- in effatt before the Republican
Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy.said to- adminU4tration took over f om the
day that stripping State Deart- l emI ctgta.Un4qr it the ddcurlty
ment security cief Scott McLeod' chief investigates. emnloye but
of his hiring and' firing powers personnel experts make the final
"doesn't look good" and he lutends decisions -on .hiring, firing and
to find out why Secretary, of State disciplinary action.
John Foster Dulles didl t. McLeod has la-iated that his
The Wisconsin Republican, a security and personnel duties were
good friend of McLeod, wal sharp- "inseparable.." ,But the State De-
fy critical of the State Department paftuent saild to4 change was in
action Monday taking away the lie with. --eeral recommenda-
controversial security e as per- tions 'ofthe Met orp., Cleve-
sonnel powers In -a department land,.0., analysts study-
reshuffle .ling State Deartent reorganiza-
McCarthy said the shift will tion.
"make it infinitely harder" for McLeod' avolned 'eperters fol-
McLJeod to do a good job and lowing anwouanemnet of the shift,
therefore Dulles' action "doesn't but officials seaid -he took the
look good on the surface." change with V pearoes -indicating
"Every lover of the old Aeheson he does.not intea8 to quit.
regime and. every extreme left- Some high department officials
winger has been using Sotty. as long have felt the r-Aponsibility
a whipping boy,'? the senator said. for security id personnel handi-
"The pitch of screaming against Ing sodid be separated. T h e y
him was in direct proportkm to complalsnd MeLeod was in the
the extent, t o which the critics position of acting as investigator,
were to the let of center." prosecutor and judge.
The reorganization shifted Me- Democrats have accused the Mc-
Leod to administrator of the new Leod of "po' lal huckstering" in
ly-named "Bureau of Inspection, making a series of speeches re-
Security and Consular Affairs." cently Jor the Repulan party.
Formerly he headed the "Bureau He has also been accused of dam-
of Security, Consular Affahis a aging mor*a of State Depatment
PersonneL" empoy.es- by s e Ve re security
The change restores the system measures.


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|S 4Ah Ufted.. e Ja s ix
er V84 onths earlier nee were only
16 V 3 8 8 Rusasians in this country.
Department records showed
That 121 Americans lived la
AK4 Ruasia on Jan. 1. six mnoths
...AQ1031 before, 108 U.S. citizens were in
KfIg a 4 the Soviet Union.
NaWt4auth sLu. The statistics were compiled
W .-' S-a~ by the State Department In
response to quries by the
SUnited Preas. The Russians
-rI port the mine of their official
missions to the State Deart.
ment as of Jan. 1 andJy 1,
.- but the reports normally come
',.' in several weeks late.
'ever Of thq 121 Americans in RuN-
g, la all but three were govern-
to ment officials and their de-
it pendents. The three non-gov-
hence your rik is t. ernment residents Include two
ver, you can reasonably h American correspondents and a
men or even slam since nei Catholic priest, Fathen Georges
onent has s ho w n any Bissonnett. All live In Moscow.
th. You therefore have much
a and little to lose. The Russian residents in the
Is true when you United States include 89 embas-
y. or the enemy sy personnel In Washington, vil
5s. Such a Russians at the United Nataons
^ igrealties In New York, seven represen-


9 yruo
a -am Sol-I
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S .a against the
a hU swn y.ap opponent's
peing 'bid. Hence your have much
to lose and little to gain.
The danger of an overcall is
greatest wpenyou are vulnerable
and when both opponents bid.
The facts were overlooked by
one of the payers in the recent
tournament Dallas.
During the mixed pair tourna-
ment, I bid one diamond on the
West cards 1o the hand shown to-
da.. My wi e bid two clubs with
the East cards, and South bid two
hearts: with more courage than
wisdom.
I naturally doubled, but I didn't
really expect to collect a penalty
of 1400 point However, this is
just the sort of disaster that can
overwhelm a- player who makes
uawqad overcaes.
1I opead the four of clubs, and
iy tife took the tn -of clubs nd
retutnether singleton diamond.
took two top diamonds and gave
her a diamond ruff. My wife had
discarded the nine of spades on
dthe second dfth diamond, and she
now cashed the ace of spades end
led ligh clubs.
DWpelta r miserably discarded a
dilaoand'o t third high elub,
W.. her n m *0 e shifedlto

my e t uff ad I still ad
anotherr p trick coming to me.
South made only three trump
tricks.

rin Says Ike

Is Still Opposed

To More Exempions
WASBHNOTON March 3 (UP)
Houme Speaker Joseph W.
Martin, :Tr.,&'ald here that Pres-
ident Eisenhower is still oppos-
ed to Increasing personal income
tax exemptions.
The Massachusetts Republican
made the statement after a tax
program iscuslson at the White
Martin; and the Republican
leaders br .the House and Sen-
ate devoted a go'd part of their
weekly le islatie meeting with
Mr. Eisenhower to mapping the
mechanics of getting adminis-
tration tax proposal through
Congress by the end of this
month.
rtin said -the House lead-
ership expects to have tax leg-
islatin on'the floor within two
week.
Many Congresslonal Democrats
are driving for a hike In income
tax exemp But they are on
notice they y run Into A preg-
Ideqtfal. vto even should hey
win the day in Congress.
Treasury Secretary George M.
Humphrey said last night that
unless there is a "drastic"
change n the economy he will
urg a Hr. Esenhower to veto any
bi to r lse exemptions.
Humptrey, who approves "a
selective reduction" in ex cise
taxes, participated in the White
House conference.
Martin and Senate OOP lead-
er W1Si b Knowland said Mr.
Eisenlhowr took no position to-
day rsarding excise taxes be-
cause hi did not know what the
House Ways and Means Com-
mittee will recommend.

Soviets Order
Tags, Tuna Boats
From Jap Yard
TOKYO, March (UP)-The
SoviM government has placed a
provitoal order for approxi-
matelfy UA1n0,O0n fishing boats
and tugs with the Hitachi Shi
bu a nil Company; a Hitai
%2we trmaction will be finalls-
ed wfien e Uts are signed for
ato sold to Russia by
firms In barter trans-

I m _contact, mt was said.
I r t Bsem t, rHitachi
I wfll ee tlv.e 3-ton tuna
aI witt thbi
a" n Swto Russe. .


uives o mthe official Isn
news agency Tass, one Pravda
correspondent three fficiale of
the Russian trade agency AM-
TORO and 272 wives and chUl.
dren.
Aside from the Americans of-
ficially in Russia, the United
States believes there are several
other U.S. citizens in Soviet
prisons. The State Department
recently named three of these
and demanded their release a-
long wth any others who might
be In Soviet custody. There Ma
been no. reply yet.
The three are Willam T.
Marchuk, Breckenridge, Pa.;
William A. Verdine, Starks, La.,
and John Hellmuth Noble, no
address.
After a similar diplomatic
move last fall, the Russians re-
leased Pvt. Homer H. Cox of
Oklahoma City and Leland
owers Of San Francisco from
Red prisons..,


Ordered -by-' lo"al ScoI u
thoritles to pick up tbh two
boats outmaster Charles for-
ter, set forth from Wi-.
Ington early yesterday in a 38-
foot picket boat. He had a crew
of three teen-age Sea Scouts.
As .Porter later explained to
authorities, np one was around
the Alexandria wharf when
they arrived,' but -the two boats
were riding there.
"So we tied them on and



Nehru Sumarily

ejecs like's Offer

Of Military M
NEW DELHI, India, March 8
(UP) -Indian Premier Jawa-
harlal Nehru sumMarily re-
Jected this week Presdent a-
hower's offer of miltry aid and
charged that Americans serving
as United Nations' Kashmlr ob-
servers are no loupr neutrals
because the United Bttes grant-
ed arms assistance to Pakistan.
Nehru told a cheering parlia-
ment Indiana would be "hypo-
crites and unprincipled oppor-
tunists" If they accepted the
American military aid offer
while opposing amlar assist-
ance to neghborn akistan.
In retaliaton, he said Amer-
Icans serving as observers in. the
Kashmr territory disputed b
Indi and Pakistan "can not be
treated by us as neutrals, hence
their presence appears Im-
proper."
The Prime Ministed expressed
his oppotlion to American aid
to Pakistan sd ad tlled his
stand 06 ~ .of.er ot.S. S tto
Pref a- .


Bltbnei, t.uwho.u Vd J
h ber of ho abh


ed ta Whoh

boat as .a
name.
that their legal title'
patrol boat wags a
clear. -%
As salvage operations fk
derway today, tpregp
nopnced that he wll '
test ownership of trhe
the Sea SBouts tke'
legI steps to get the
tlMn changed. -.
But he still thought
poseuion" rettar Hill
more of Cta
Dan Heard.
N aeao r ~

Hey ier Ba
NEW YORK (U.P.
toys for the. chUild 'sl
platic fabish tt ImIs. .s
made ofiotree
which make it eb .m
on the wind-up pdtal
held slightly under the
released, It sms
bubbles for i long s
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NEW YORK --,.NEA) -- Wendy jof -the comedian (7) of the same
Married, who has beq around the name.. It's a pity there- couldn't
.world seven times, has gone to be both a Crosby- and a .Hope In
Dayton, 0. Not that Dayton-is the Texas, but, after all, it's the Lone
Moet exotic spot she's seen, but Star Staet.
she's found a good job there, n- ....
tertainment business is following
h.r move with interest, becalise it a
apy start a trpnd.
Wendy has long been a top name
in English and American films,
and lately she's been successful In
TV, too. But she's chucked New
Yprk and London aol Hollywood
for Dayton. She's, doing a daily,
udl-hour telecast over WHIO-TV in By OSWALD JACdBY
'Tyton, WKRC-TV in Cincinnati Written for NEA Service
;ad WTVN in Columbus. She's seen
in much of Ohio, Indiana and Ken- "When do you match the dis
tu ky. cards of your right hand oppon.
Wendy's the first big name to ent, and when do you concentrate
ture. on matching those made by your
"I don't want to spend all my left-hand opponent?" asks an Ore-
]e competing with every little gon correspondent.
mamor l who comes along," she It's usually a good idea to match
says. "Eventually. I hope this will the discards of your right-hand
lead me into an executive job." opponent at your first and second
Her decision ins't financial-she turns-when you find it both pos-
says her contract, running f or sible and convenient to do so. Later
three years, gives her 575.000 the on, you are less concerned with
first year and a quarter of a mil- the player at your right, and you
Non over two years. AMd that. concentrate more on the player
should make some if th Broadway. who' follows you. '
sharpies revise theti:opniouo of the .
Midwest, which mwd of them are For exat su .a t P
sare begins in ,Jersey -City. player at,
e 1 V


"They've been very kind to me," I
Wendy says. "And I always think
it's good to go where they're kind
to you." ..
New York cabbiesa.hae discover-
Sd a delightfully Inexpensive way
to have a vacation. They. drive new
cars to Florida, spend a week or
ro down there, and drive old cars'
ack. Florida ca.-. dealers supply th
vehicles, and the cabbie only hasl
to pay his expenses wh4le in the
mhade of the old palm tree.
The idea has caught on among
the back jockeys so, strongly that
New York fleet owners have had-
to crack down -on sp -many winter
'vacations. It was getting so there
weren't enough left up north to
*ent tenders.
.BC-TV's next two color shows
til be "Zoo Parade" and "Meet'
the Press." For the former, Marlin
Perkins will come to New York,
ad bring his animals with him.
But Utis "Meet the Press." which
should be a color TV natural.
Just think of thdae red faces.
Sammy Kaye's definition of a.
-E'destrian: "A person who takes
His life into his own. feet.'T,
The town of Crosby, Tex.,
changed its name to Hope, in honor








Pto Mon da
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- lung at *'Mr ant t Iull
arp able to discard kia Lto ,
you have gWiv vt no iqfrtata 4
the player at your right. .
He willave qto make i- ne
discard In iig p '. o4abl
doesn't have r e's n
likely to start -by disc'adling from
a pair), and whatever else he
chooses mpy "hit" you very nicely.
He's in better lton if your
first., discard 43'. ethnlg else-
for example, If e has a ten,
he will with compara-
ae )sety...sitbetter for hiv.
ef course,. pt rte pletely bin
dscard, :^ "- '
You can afford tid make this kind
of discard (matdhidg the player
at your right) at your first tuer
when the pack is hardly worth
picking up. You can usually afford
it Ulikewise at your second turn.
Thereafter you are afraid of lost-
ing the pack to the player wh 9L.
lows you. Your next course, thet-.
fore is to match the first
discArds of the player at your It
This meaik that$iou must take f!'
trouble. fto remeitber what t
player deskarted at his first
second turn.
Such discards are usually (ibut
not always) safe since the 'player
at your left will usually throw
away tst the cards that ar
Monae a f to him.'
Q-In tht gfroe of bolivia,
oWML ed to mqld three or

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S bronoblaIbes.. rats why CHICAGO (U. anmu-
works so Itayou help you three
Belpu naure anr. lated ina a as flower
Ihk sreitl m j t.lro- vase ean'IW a mildE
f ee e tsr -t ndg IM solutia l.ddni gip bleach.
you soon f1_1K 1. Qutoy ?
htet eouhngt wheMng nees- Take ca o re ve traces of
at ansron ro drussiut the bl by, rinsing, tr flowers
hnow iuA t.' s n, placed i te vsase will b.e d -a
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TURTLE SUIT-Boys along the beach at Miamif,'1a., go fo,'
pretty Sandy Pendry whether she's wearing a Bikini swimring
lsuit or a turtle shell. Sandy found the shell and rawled uAer
to escape the hot sun.


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wr I sd hier no ven-, 0your1bredl*astsnlnmo i "i nadhV
,were lin-40 dine iceIn Bella Wco t swife ixowith an t cyw uAe.wfwe
, c.ou B.ldev have a Chinamn's,
eit a, ,. ,l "5 Acance a t making breakfast a '.,i ,...
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Johe into, the rit. f pjlt through n a bw drifts day
-e nd egg.so an amb l ance could brlnm s
| V .^ WO .Oeeadop foresgo hiding behind peth bat the
t paper? Would getLan Douma zed who
-OS d sor VQUI Would the tableion time, thetimA brs by teepone. He ad
Sapprciathe bathroom while 'a prem to bb e wachn for the ti-d
erwlor to d' today meet any. change o ready wth hovels iad eam
C*" Jw lOrt.' e "9l41A 1. 0ohom e, itIta 'ofh bm, it. '-

d be do the exusual, sited on the horses
w here are the bacon and eggs ad .now had drta, ted and made most
d Anyso cereal, for gosh sakes? roads impaa sbla for the return
wers to thos qustionshout a stuck Doumobilzed higs neal h-
so eWould the foughtake the time ors by tehoune. e Fasked
9'g fi appreciate l AMOro _ak- thmed fromabe theio i for ie toam-
"- A fas t provided othem by a Mami r1uleea floundein ad and to e
"willing to meet any challenfta ot ready with hovels and eamg ,I1
would the i, as usual, sit an the horses
edges of their chairs with.one eye Douma shoveled Sway the
S vsioy on pthe clock whie they hrled to smaller muscle alled, mbtean o

NevrMOfVl. D., at p foreansate stabrt-.t, .- ut orese the amo)sbutlance
I t 9S \Any housewife aen.gift4 e an- rems was s0ow. hen they et
.e. "swersc.o those questions, W to stuck Downsum. would si nal i
'e i th o ighokt. east r hou later Mrs. Daume
ild ehepisw arrived from the 'homei to al t
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ta aily can o without A'sa $dorWen muscle g ed, te ot
-a ereakfwm table', hoses pued the ambulance
ih.tha.tei o theyo iA t lt" ams fr the drills.
oW-ft- f~ i liot1 asIoMrahoutiatlater Mpg. Doma
a+1 'Ad help tid g rrved at the h spltaL
tihem tt o fronp doorwi'a
the belongings they are -s ead .-e
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(A LeSften feature f 'e ran- STA
a am-AMrican, prepared by
the Rev. M A. Cookson of the
Episeopal lArch of-Our Ba-
Iol* 1.,W Cristobal.)
.SfljTVA GROWTH
ASE W F Af THE BE-
NING OF LENT
Read. St. Jobn's Gospel 8:25-32
The Collect for Ash Wednea- .
day: Alm$ zty and everlasthia
God, who rather. nothing that
thou hait mpde.,uand dost forgive .
lte sins of. all. those who are
penitnt; create and make in us
new and contrite hearts, that w,
worthy lauenting our sins auu W
ucknowledgang our wretchedness.
may obtain of thee, the God di
all mercy, perfect remission and
lorglvpness: throu g h Jesus
Christ our Lard. Amen.
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This prayer offered during the
Lenten seasi.n is a call to qll I
Christians to createe and mare
4t'v",hearts. Since the heart of
man is the "incdbater" of ail
good and eviJ, this is the season
that can Je of great spiritual .
growth to many people. p ,
In thi .daily .ulumn during
Lent we shall iatempt to make
religion petzwnal in order Ithat
e may forms better human re-
JatIonsips -zoni "aall sorts and
- contlns of men."
The heart was once :eflned as
con.a4aln -'the sumn total of a
mAi's fater attitude towards
llfe." We car.n than inter that at ,
the core of the. heart Is the .
Spark of God thlt lives in every
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heart Is owerfl. Wt t /
heart relLy bekv wi .l l- ..
*etd to ia tnt it bias .iOPNO M~a' ps CARP.
Ited drlvq..:pbs.,b.toIseulsi w a cUwvi ..m a/ s,.6a6o, pr
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S FOR SAL FOR FOR SALE
OWN I, 4 July-AV46

Houstehol A.tomob..s. Ml.ce.i.eous L
h.i@r1 tglgia e IuQg, bridge lICI 1953 Fir4Custem 6 (tinted equ pment. Apply Contima Tampa, N i. .....
l i ass tpl 'lectrict clocks, gloss). just fished 2000-mite Colon. iU 1 re- ola l D
beds, porble ar, dk. checkup, $1650 Shmpnel, 150 FOR SALE:-Plano in good condition,.l-, @ .. p ,. rt, ,
Sl neous Items, Shrapnel, 150 Proapect Street. Telephone bIlboo $200. Transportes Baxter, next to .D o.- 8A d a[ L. '
"M"R-' SAL9 L 0 1wImribert I.
SALE:-Sofa. hvlnloom tables, FOR SALE:--1953 .Chvreillt .4-t or I BUY :- men's winter elethes per Eu- g R '
thee suitable, co-ld r climate, edn. Exeent. tiori. 426-A rpe. Sze eft. n., w m ge
mans size 42-44. woman's size Car St., albe. fr 4:00 p.m. o teN S e stti. 1 a
45" wide; mntchstick blinds, 3). new tires, hydrematic ond radio. FOR 'SALE w
nroapew t Street. Telephooe Rb. o O T

37 and 42" wide. 74" long. 44th Crott 82-5173 or 82-52T6. Fa orr ... te n
i St. No. upstairs. AmEado. Slel Ea te Fco RENT ,' FOR RENT* T
I" SALE:--One set di an Peel FOR SALE:-i953 De Sto. Excellent FOR SALE Farm, 3 miles fr tom
engroom or porch furniture, 5 -p. condition. For u.ther Aformation Chorrer. 44-4/5 hectares. Good O a t
Phone 84. 21,i r se. o Qtrs. ce ll Pano 2-44 6, 12 noon and for cattle, wqtei al year. Natioppl FOR RENT:- wei fumished ma ll '. "i Ma
S55-B Fort Kobbe. ofter 5:30 m: land with a ad pln. ox 3 bnalows reasonable i r E F INC. rres .. en
R SALE:-Fiesa i war, b dishes 14 0 C htw Canal Zone. otsof fruts lmACL. ret.ed men. 219
37 and 42S 0 id. 7gir li2" g. 44thMC o 82.5173oor,82t5rut. .Fort

SN 1,,', j l lnit du Fi Sltion. lighters. Epnd m 2 8 fross from Mercad i noon and oj INC rret e t i C rl t '
- electric clock $ T ela 2-4210 i al- LOOK -t he most beautiful n oppdor tyd 2 p.m. to ge p.m.B&r d a t
e I i FOR SALE:-oChaet. ninro omer icludin ,pho n 3T:-Chale3 : four edanraom. ,t o re ipk i er
W A N T D F8 S74 -2 r7, cl 2-2 2.r 2re meer ncud i aone c on be u s s lemaid's quarters, i r u r, on .1 a eo


r s comp letely fu rshed ome. Also Lvingoom, dining om
SCPoasti@on Offere d L Fie Stin. lights, and so forth. 38 mile. from 222n from 9 am. to nom n and at


.3 ,$ years old with capta-l S: II Ns P. Business opportunity. 2 p.m. to 6p.m nt. _. w AseO tA .r
S a 000 o l l o on black wit idnlfi Shrapnel. Phn Balbo 2-24 B RNm i ld wat. Tel. LT t, .-o l. ATe. t A a



-'Tel.r clck$-489. 24a1tin crds nd car keys. Te. 1ad- f3-3903. o erod Penam 3.4941. 1 B, t i [w," ., ofn aioi. S
dae FOR SALE:-Chaiet. Livingroom, din- epho-p 3-3715, Ranami. urn p *; 1W lled and du






, asbsoished U.Sao.n w ork Ci etas : FOR RENT:-Mne 6nr. y --- rie W winner
business in interior o~r Panema ~ ID mode n instruction irgroom, kitchen, two bedrooms 2 FR n fo ur bedroomsTU f nm orthe ly t e

m W faNhe D 'p r an a r I Pia nota F 8SALE: -Very reasonable price. canbFeR usedasEmaidsmsrvice




o r arssevelt Hetel. Z r' 2-1282 tze w inne apartment, 51st Street No. 42, o.
FORPitilla rsidntial area, B0 Mts.2. A tNTION 2 Just built modern t65t. Bp C-ri

Icome f Antuncedlyro 5fp s'd,00oo m A.soo ,dn c.

.N WANTED,-White P13O ,- Lr.:_,u*M Lesueps Pe.rk lady"Mo Fine? V opportunity for a family f fn atent, opmnte, BAXTER, StA. Pd toCt. do n
St for sales & delivery work ite blak be l1 helg wit identify. means; Phnes: 2-2969, D2-294, t edr n, h r to c ld water. Tel. LTDA. *.
Tel. -4896. cation .t cards and War keys Tel Sald 3-3903. thps v col ae 5, 4i41. S ,. lSe165 I 8 i5 h an


r es services of tlnamnaan bl- Apartment, 51st Street No. 4 .
ldricatlanarA BusinSe ss aponrtun FOH e Ryt: pm.tor6 pTm IFr 11111 WAI A e wl a
rh TP ne l b e Itr 9tt 17 until end of June, fully urnish r
it a woo til s ago, F n ed -Mrs. H. novn floor, Mdro uilng, El Cnrr t ra -
b ns tOhi ,rr nAd FRiED .No pe invsi, nt ou the I iE to. Elenlor, hh F wOR Rr, o xco-t Auto Row. Tel. 3-4911.1 1roes ona q t
74 otthe.i f Tl.2122 l ro m.Ernstoa fe co oe 1Aeuo. 58,4lrd us t ais daac sl l B $11.
















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S.'* It oo b ( ) r e c e ted th rL r h a mdia e run t iil en d p o f J un e fll C o vnir e n, Cl rz re x t h~ ao z n ot sP.e 0 0 111,e
















B ." 'hr8f't ^ tl E hU Cb* contribute. "FOR RENT:-Cmforntbe apartmentd
:i AUrnirdat .rsaa est a dangerous ttahtin. (UP r .dbiee nzWdto pp r4
















exal vheol'w* '' 15 MI E -b t fura,'" house No. 5. FirSt contrat M dr d. ings on Ojnr w Bget
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f romCaleI d t H. FOa. f oreniencei, modern, in "ElPn. mO R .. o m eri. _nf"a ad lm rt ara F
B1 9e.jp -,. t. lottey sBcios, oN epoubt, m nifualsoa.ioable, mperriceur- S PCOVE o e z t fa e 4 aotI..ir. PrW1







OT &N D ihtoday to negotiate a truce nied 2-edoom aportme nt in- t TPa that he walett G at d







.Y44MN WAT ED hip Po n-hL t terrorist Maf au or- cludf 0 un o thing but utilities. HA.th
.cfss vrORhRNoT: -Frn ished 2-bedrmans P he has brou2ht6 Ae. r 58, upst Fairs. d ad
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llin it e rts to. rto nt eCl RENT lERES n CTR -es tatHere to.mrrw itohe






reJstae v icsSS h ofai out 'at1 oMdtle bi-wPr W inn ers,, aidrd n 51s t Street; No. 4
mnoeu e e i n iSzi-or eifortts by generall FOR tm Furents in building near strlrNn Ainlt















asggs.. -m ho k de COUnh Board Soys rho.!, '..t ie'i voedt
Aibidt for qualiile tTno rr indeed ao Fol', dw ,e Leader Everyone Is Irish '3ru :n1on. om L,
ttche ihphUe b Canal Zone. Idea 3el orser 4ire HiGh FidlITy On St. Pat's ay S. t '' 'i
e ae nno aett t, e DI h -int o tabordnae furniohTed wih icebox, 4tove, for All Your me C 1CAO- March i (UP) at Cray s o
^ ^In. Ute a al ahomen'i a- th a ofial state t sai. piv bet prte entrance, C a l

l w Pnt orc maortiundart The statement said eston- to one two persons of good tae the Cook Con Bd ug-
i t w i e ta In t Ch who w wounded Tl tested that only co t ortrent f3,e r
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een i Lake "tFOR French Engineerst
.L~ t e~ I.~t anlu b ,ru I rfunfIder th s p n Mn FORRENT: -- Sariou cfble trtaedtl0m *: n dN 3.1re nisa3e s ima

tOM. r e af Aen IdLteraieters m derun, fn "t e u l fARdfrnta cCfntantral Avnn. 30 Where Rebels it (1d-
agofeel ;ed., P, H. :.Dejo.n Telephonf 2-1456. 'S whs p dl Oer tQE El Plaa qf
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Ina A u rm ooah e teo rit he a MiA or- h Edil everorutingss bu u i ncties 79offers is t hpata h a,-,fl e *. ,
negotia theatre iise rderowoatpartmient in-eh

S u Inin it smefrowtstodrri ve b er e.the i te a n a.nO nd
0.a c er) t l h m FOi' tRENT-- utifuod enrna fr-
s wili~U~-!~l~I M authoritiesewerdaidd t o Ull[D I :.r tb t.. t ri npt nateotro
""At terlwwttee c tesituatdc ther leadr bofot ACl !.en Aer5ca u uir. 'dt obtr'D-a.r t e
140 !up--lI a. 9011, ewuollowteLet EveryeI4 Ih adom S t a
ut ft 10td&1t0teA or 3-076OnbP t'sin ess houos-

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it.. I., ItgentddF Mo..Et-Ineltiosaeaiful i TIt OrAudio pmem c tMh.o' T at Cdr-we, twor c dy
fOfIfauo -fh0,_-,hbs ,WOKOrAlYorFIX ComxclapOr. D ap treeI-oDf nd "

V t pthe nhaie salt'Ad"O Rninroo, marie orHigdFiteeie
,th or ting Tas 3-FO RRENT:ur a ezuIs no t.n"
p thelYour i-Colmiss-cFurnished cooo.it-n t n the
fi* e f. 'as e p lp0 "o a Dtlyo n e Rl h n d iotols dom f drAi0ad 2 withar- mel s bteve,
bal e sispaciobueh, sol 21nt-rivo.t _No.n27,_Rerements._ an__-
to.... W.., ,.et erdrl cn ente a
noon.lofa fle me elliabo-vetteefihtinw-d .f businessoffices. 9AyeSantacAa Pa gave theent.re.54thofI ni. .
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by a!arge_ RnumAARlotd r-COLUMBIA R si d R IW_
New IA MrY March 1(UP) COLUMBIA Reords e
Is or Tay- thW" W dre I s an wh- loeiglature Ue si aIm to am
a,,.*ror r4."W3D" ai- RCA VICTOR Ro rds o bM1-
,t, y S.I 4. .p" aared i Spanish Guitars, Radios, ljW a '
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tI and1: as assvetr w le wo w t e orwdare we ^ u t ea r crdor adt eTelpe Clg p Prser, I
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Batting Champ Vernon Interscholastic In Isti r Tou i S Merits
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RLANDO, Fla., March 3 (UP) The trade ofr. t j.
were .blowing in the .WashIpgton training Bas eball TAernt ib W :
at Orlando, Florida, as a Boston Red Sox .a Inon i'andt "
.moved into town.f f' e .t ruls fer the oan,
moved into town. A new hunk of gold-platd o t Davi
S Sox General Manager Joe I start the season April 13. Ted hina reslidea n the Balboa High Ftk's 143 as .M .
sn4-ys his visit with Pres-'will leave camp tomorrow for school trohy ase. By troun.- s strokes better than ha e lout e tOew os.
Clark Griffith was purelyy treatments in Miami. ing the Jun'or Coille team;,6 riu a D Mitten and Ih YSfOtetvJ durpts the
But It's believed hold- Outfle)der Mickey Mantleito .1 the Be boa H School nln'e 'tnr better thn n lt! t er eh pj meets. It i s "
Sl .frbasema.n Mickey Ver- showed up in the New York earned the baseball trophy. gir- Arme tle g but andle r In t4 champ p tat t
:a discussed- during the Yankee camp at St. Peter burg' the winner of the interschn- asoadaliti Iap '- blr Morgadf p u.ta over -M t .lt4patlon.l n
arsion. The Red Box could and belted several hard drives .astic leagu. z h ad tota t the championship fight -
l.aoM power a w that Ted i batting right-handed. Manager For the Itrat time since 1949 TEa d to tr n .In .xteen are two erAK SC BI1L '*
a s s out with a broken' asey Stengel ordered Mantle. to the Pacific sid hih ol Crund ........s. ero an ue Vinee Lombra and -
bone. Vernon who is' stay away from the batting cage.. baseball tea. ha wFortl theb' ''tbe 1 out kela. iey. id three f i- d t r The t' hes
'35,000 froin Washington then relented. Mantle were an balJ title ar.d thilyear te t Wt- B aK .e. .... U 3 B I3Coca SolW c1 e bad h"t fla Doea. -tte, p.m. n at ltI
..as played the outfield., elastic bandage- on the right wwlirnewas accmrHhe und r Ft. Clar 1 .....2 3 : 3 the bs s wt. b iIku and Mike K U- m.' .atJC
db was more trade talk in; knee which was operated on last the soothing hand of Co Abroo ... .aoy o kow ... -.. -M?'u r. .. C at tHZ ,-.. -
ter... home base of the month. Stewart Brown. aribbean Com,-. 4 .'00 the nit" tn, T Oy' absent among thila Ap. I .- .n. sn iter.ntolast fc .
a Philh. It li belrleved Pitcher Bob Trice became the It was soon apparent the ..- ea e l. fr ~ year.a qu alfiers was Jtmy *. Conf eSeMe (
-T geon to the New Yoek Athletics cam in West Palm healthy in the last game of the g!4rhn.k at rt e tq r 'ta. winner a.Panama Open win- )
tnr- Dun Muelle or to the Beach. Trie fell on his left arm easop. In the third inn the murund atF td w t play be e -(1)JCH me.Team. () t Rome T m i
bdrgii PlrAtes for Hal Rice. while making a play at first and .TC left-fielder dropped a fly ba arib. Cotn ma andt. Ttorelis a of rdeparaa S hTRAnRdthe
ar and Rice are outfield- was unable to raise it above his he JC shore ton apd second Mottas score and gave up dwk is t ia co eaive TRA e RECOS .
S. shoulder. Fortunately, it wasn't baseman cne through wih a Curundn maintained it ne toa i l
tr.ai-signed pitchers Ralph his pitching arm. brace of bobt'les and Ed Nap* beaten pace in the seco d-hal COCO OLOe h new er ato mi hin roughoutdtlo
brace of bobt and E C C SOLOwill heatwatchin.h h u b e .ea
a&and Steve (iromek, leav-. A triple y rookie Nino f sea- leon swatted the first os Armed Forces Little. gu a PO the tourna m 14 was 100 yda.. Dash Beard CHS 5.
her Ned Garver and in-lera featured an intra-squad three hits and there was ttie lay Monday aftrdis oet wth Sullivan, Sb. 2 0 0 1 aconed with a 7 the first 20 yd sh S. 1
Johnny Pesky and Bud- ae at the Cincinnati base in doubt as tc the better team. lbaL-3 win ovet cellar- d n Detore, as r t thr e0 0 1 4 fete and i Wt aonte fir aa
bettenr-teDom".ighteelt Lad a one under par 220_yd Dh
as the only holdouts. Tampa. OHarray Perk Bud allman, JC cherve p :snd.e i c n Kar l ki, 0 U 71 arthe sond eightee. : (1 T un) C MArthur C.
; Pere 4 Hutchinsop Podbielan and Frank Smith did but three hits-hall to Napoleon Albok put a s serious cr 8mih, p 2 0 2 3 2 Th. Fort Davis course where yd. Carl uttle C $.
southpaw AAber s histh pitching.-but his port was ragged. or ln's tite pes Lu 2 0 0 2 the tournament is being held 880 iyd. run Hr. CJ t BBS 2:01.6 0
ng pitcher in an exhibition Right-hander Tom Poholaky Montavan, wi ni BS winl the dyo b e.bes oodlsde, rf 2 0 0 0 0 in excellent condition and One Mile Run S 4:36
ate Phils on Saturday. back fom two years in serv- uitcher. was ahead of the JC grie, wi Fort t- esser, 3 .0 1 0 under the fine..man etnent of 20 yds. H.. Hthes CH 150
hte Red Sox snapped from the ice John Mononosky batters from the start, became West Bank 7 4 to remain s Hunt, If 1 0 0 0 meant Mike Knlikwskil 0 yda. el DU Salas .. "
ilas following lliam's accll- looked sharp f a St. Louis Car- saltngy witL hits when the JC pnd-pe sl e Is now sest or the n f 0 0 0 ren e ne of the fnTl aoures (4 x 110") Y S-lh B- 4. ,a
.............set.the'become OIs of the f, 6 courses Youn g. Rea) Y r tle i .4 .
trd. blasted the ball all dinsl workout. Stu Miller, Bob- batters threatened, and called on The asRt Fort Kobbe- chardson, ef *3 0 1 0 0 on the Isthmus, 880 yd. Relay Tuttle, Hatg,
i lot at Sarasota. Harry by Tlefenauer and Gordon Jones his defense to keep the JC run- alllor Fort bb er irstrounmatces this week
f hit a long oke over the also pitched in the intria-squad ners to a--minimum. In the sev. Ld ame. Thursday Totals ise are six ihts o hot
taladFort roene. -dthi year there are six flightsst I of.n hot Put T0a Hugohes t oC1S4yer .4" 1
Cidd wall an rookie Vince game. theleesixsteen players eb matches Runing Jump R. Knkel B .
aro cleared the left-field Hank Sauer celebrated his first me, the College ladil, tr omd mn o el. LfTLE o TAa aes u
Relief pitcher Ellis Kinder workout by hitting two long esperately to get to the offe:- reading Cu:undu nine to thner B. Wills, cf 2 0 0 0 0Dmay be -played at the player Dscus '
oraftice session, cago Cub cap in Mesa, Aristrode to the. plate with wagon the late. hton banged o al, 07 Penalty for deay of matches Vaulteffres
wtaims believes h collar- zona. Outfielder Luis Marquez is Tongues as bats to provide the threephits in three times at a ,11afa

l nahue, .00 0 day morning March 7. L ai L Atbroo

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'g d A Vdr w sw tr g. ieWr hte bD lU ta managed' tol bring in- 1 on ly t o Jlanku trvs. ac k t bzek 1 .6 4 2 AAt Fot9a tate
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he 1-Discovery 3.80 whe t ree was Be a n,.1 ............... 2 1 0 WRats, Ip 1 0 0 v 0 isrta tse mar JthsrreeormjL'
S Pa U ln e d o n ly L MrN the ...e .. 1 w t the, fort a c 0 0 0 o n ies t EA l C om s ui ct at -e ;
bOn Alorminao. y tJGlassm85.40, 2.60- 1 lo o r a l e t perry s.kdu.c 3Withoal, 2 1 cr ogo r an s game with Albrook Sun-
also ,,tclosedfast to 2-Rabiblo 3.. n .0 p i nephe t lead dn t te Tj lo si e vs. Po Sare tohonF Kb' batt-i o h"er in B" ,
S- $ La., S... r... ,o-n e 1 ete 2 1tto .0_ Te .l s.e was o pee t mb a M D 2 s innndeani F Lgt i n Truera' i-el Forht wr IpEtobbe21e I, 1h- iS (WE I 11
g ack uR St.D s- -I o 1 .0 ,Terehllvw e safe onie errorssuear- Clark vs. MarionEarl ............e- 2 and 1 Ith eait bakt-t e oIr-les: re',y",o"
ithas..ii .n the p.' 1. 1 ort Clyton ,p 1001 2 0 g C running ham. En er and G Costello vs. 3. Des Lo AS Sr t e a Ice t c f ono ) o- Ori
NT at the Atlas Garden on a car- erR 31 ............... 3 0 0 Powe d as Ttter got a amuse Woody endeg1 0 0 0 0 bbe
'aid vs Ithe big Lo-atr UJT A elc npp Monday's wihme 'B o atterie: r t -Su e toh 2ierght.. n Morrise hefrry v Saunders.K obbe pitcher Jose Rosario -nad) ai
r,, debs i-Bidad *3,&0,0220 Firemena insurance 6, Navy Ratcliffe ( 1mid. Tubbs. Albrook For little n.urance, which 1.. Humphreys vs. Arthur Lopez heldrthl goen f rm I check -
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A -M i.n$5.3.20 in the top f the seven. PACInC TTLE LEAGUE Ammrat, b 3 1 0 3 i
r -Jaqulmavo $s. The box dcore: one hit an error and a i aV. c 3 1 1 Fort Kobbe 010000040-5 10 2
e Annie N ($12a .,d -E L r rd.. th ALi An d4thT'EG E N DI amFlights A bro A 0 0e I a ry A
reI.. 11q. e -1as) iA ( s "'" pon e sore accounts trun io e i ti rmng in fb a last try In the mp vs. Robert May arteries ort Kobbe-Rsaroy a
n "- on, ol go- FClendei t m 1 .. e decit e thehrd-oug. r ..ema i.f rt e
0tetoprie""wthtwZ.';0ga'me.ji~ve weththeebas eybit couldFbringInsonlyt-4taszeck'LP) and Boetto. atack ot
etch. 1-Annia.11 $12, 7.41) NO~Yvs GAALfurnlahed Fort Kobbe with the rmFIuled d off with a base aryer vs. Francis E. Barre
BOIL~r..Mondayann .rnoor1oFiremen's winnlwihmargin.uJohnAuylAl.ra0uCn m.n--Ros nde hutrGall MII a
u 2DIie64, 42 trance outpointed Navy six was te sore..g pitcher alt ough baoAtia.snedrn
totoTLusczreaotendttrenotsngKbe$3.-was alsol oA with a single,.scorin- Wilrks vs. B iey Ras1l up with the Reason's firf io -R A--
e t e days0L o'io npossed balls and an error. A DBaily vs. Tony Wagner no-run game. His feat.-caes's[ o S (6) .n $dt
btethreisivenySIXTH RACE the .in. but was I nhot water stms,. while en bakerss wa MArGRS oue Gonzalez sterling BaL
Iv a s t he.GTdecisio
Judges of the ni nthr 1,.,,Firene in.the. -botmn- of the s credit, d with the win,- Each gave .b ab r b Po a 5th FlIgh t battle agani yset Coco a.-l. ulw f.,
whc Disc.overy2,,n,$6.49,,'2,20 when he hind two runs In and up Only four hits bo t al tn d e.w3 0r? 1 1 Warbeck vs. Bob aun t In addition to Wh superb pitch fl er rP ot
aftyoIn w De Y t-..- uLr 0 $0 2.20 there men on with none out as oZ gnte Dank....and.shorotstop Fields, as ep H n vs erry0arandneove.runbrtandsm s af bt, wM i tera -s eo- t. ,
T e v ty-a result of an error on the r W nd h r t p m y,3o- ee vs .Freai n- O rut d P c a db nrn &-t
loked a ndt"iD d -p center fielder, a base on ballsmaie b apa0rlCenedy vs.Frobert Bonds i eff ort, Mait ylayon w- t
itoyoe P 4.0Dat tgbinouS2n21uont Peabnd y oneredrforae jal.
Stwo thses wOundcialuEVENu VAr20RasingleBand two more Iree Kobbe. Uenderc 3 1 1 10 1 D. Thomas VS.JackPeboypwI
4.ed$1 -...Da 20, 22.20. passes. However, Lou buckled e' box' s soare Terre, ff p ch. 3b1k0B201-oviSCourdivillevs.Jueenhe utch
"lcuo f the e- Comng.6, 2.40 downtnand struck out the next.FortKobbeaD.oHTrotter,1f 2 0 1 0 0 D. Holland vs. Winson IrwinoRo.









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Hu ted. Al, 3b 3 0 Coco olo Br 0S Polie SEMOUR AENCY be tes.ide
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will~V t*b, the 'Flagrta omtamned out w"aeLek teraturday at Margara,.ope ng The Seymour Agency lads Prauenbimv, ef 0 0 1 1) a
Shad! ,. fun.I Totals I9 6i the second halt 1 hAtlantie rsew ,ftrom behind t nip Aen m 1w int 5 -
i, rnneerAn:l Litte Lbue Loop. The run-e Poll 4 to 5 yesterday after- Br a U a 0 2 .e .
Little and F~bars Clere AS.- 39NAVY aura-nleotr the first half toek'nca, M' tv1 inc 8-'1og.
d fight Ms Belden and the first i fram Coco olII 'Poe had taken a five-r
r a JrJA b nHt 0. s condo game saw le d ta the first two innings ut .- ,
t:i sryone wil bb interested t Diorio, s 0 Powb te Marita Oil- Seyamour put 9 a five runs rally S -1 t3 t
tait" In April;Ch nY I nek eat four the. oS. Sr u s-4 eItI
aI" a' numbeAr CHoace, if 1 th -tS en ~the top of ireidy Eaddleton started r 'i inti e: ra (
h t g lok took fo rLmbi, Sb 9 1 .oa en. E
of h.3. 0-- A ft -20 three-bitsiwhilegivngeatnaLs : b lipr
ab lse at1Pardea ss 6free-DMa-. Jakle Peanr son 1. Stems a mn memf el o
bt the C.b J0o 1a fCIUo, rf 1 f 0 tmeas a a Ut. came win the rd-and fl- H Peare
-Sar atte CImib: W, r *1 l cLIeW n sr Wa stage. ep getting credit for the win bMPs : k. a,
.fl" o wilwNhintemejer, P 2 0S tfmON3 then stole wticb was his second wOm a41- recade:
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like to uns."e to 0l him The End'rble Dane,." Tork nrhw .. And yed high shool t
you o. "NI a preelae s The Durable Dane, but ft would flight h won 4y bout and bavwth RuVsaon, Panow
hat I touh cbke. for ure he was. fought two draw ColgatO.atudent....
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a WAS I :h eOH, la ldn't be noiihadldn." Drleve n i beat player in the nt if.. tyin
Pa uld be e that in'Atte harh, demanding uiMlta -g o Lbal Frank f vyar
lan eino then ceai aoade srib ththe natterm'ediate: You are oef 1 ai from the Im towq *.- .n.
like a tyi oyever thmW theandu bt te Dnof OeiS EAE BdWYrkIG Marh iThe ow And a h or Iaraaner troupe
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hate hsd. Atall toh cb t e. for sure.' he was. fought two draws tr!n. osaof..u ol
y he wld be t bum today," I remarked. vcory oer eree ear five s Angeles footba -am, with-
"Wbat I me .Isb he Wo C SUS t^t ee non Saon."- t e --' Impst
Pfthpus It bould be notod that in 'Attells harh, demanding a "u.hmt'oI ielf dozLe red-%y gO l
so ane is msde tfo the Intermediate: tLm You are hi eb e, hod tWe'".r. s0e 55.Wf-di-.tednb paro



S- B. Cottey owed wit 611. ats from Canada, war oe ep
nei_.les_.___-k,__,. ... oBe Slefurdin, vorli's pran rdmateu~rto gaeti ever cags-
"See what I mea n trme BbkI r of t t pol vu ltor, cals isf amee ro, adwitne Southern Cal-
day Tohisy eher andaCLoASSIGanCs1 fIWLIM oiy preacher trying to gtret htao-
l bt s, oe n w n A LEAGUE BOWLING bseaton S own'streaia fol Tennis Asnoatlon's pon-
ine l ro reo l,'aai n t heto h ni of the ,ack rmnmrer troupe
A e owtie po I uniW onf later-day chambr4ions on hi and2 .n so e ste en Harry Mo kowitz, t mnat tAglesn.'





rO ,, .1 P.& Batea hacked him UP co e ba sketba l fcial, is ,I.
"-'h*2tU r mldir t lteo u with Btgneha. Me wanjoa down. 4gIer tO Urst plheC e as they oven have a post office. .... Rumbl
YOOutt y. NeI' b L.. d hL.afll roubad to come from scored Ai IM id JaSmy to... becan e avsrie a a kidthe
behd Utathegwo eraaIre. victory vor the tears five 101 Aos neles football EIamins, with
aat ne a o. een a dJwSckim z was high maor1 ktalfied dozaer h e hady to blore
es far out. zroet It we a joke. Butin the 10th they le o ma gaes of 2Q2, their borne.... Herb Johnsonmn huf.
weredon '.a o .i. 1.,. .0. Omad, a322 r a strong 2L ; senk watchedd by the NeW YoS*
jhave Bete tBll Cofeyfy toltowed and jais trom Canada. wasm k .a
"See w8hathI mntrahea Battler wat.e muspri ter ehd to Foy r ear' Zelete ame through the cadets the West Point-
haVe't1marathon e. fulTody the p s tance with games of 209, 205 and bib g episode....









Srthon at one have en l@staond rce Ibs15 Jaek Is^veald^s
roundthe. tr h j 212 for a fine 626. Bud eBaer. A MeGue, the Eddie Sty
give hi troe pb Ao .wone the e-rewrotet e book li ey our4 Agencift settled r 1 Ihat usity we't subSdiSt A
teor yy bp~ut lIke ne. onut out of bu efOr good. a dpttican lW the tri40 44 f1r topo Int a the market efor
each wtlnilig 2 points. Seymor a e hfg Job ab.... Insiders nag 0-9
hav the reat. nr In fit plaerce hold a 7 ThKe Scorn.) Santa Cla, a f sop
:.... nt lead pvoer 1 rP amg a'4nb b Madiso Sqttar Gardent
A JOSE AO LONaD T Melanson Boled the StOr tiw h wasnked), I will
-A .j.'. ,.IFA. ,wi. Wtgmi8 aTf 18,21:hru 1 -D r An th e Probua.g -
n- o hism t ia223 ora.strong 6nhs91 n go ,5 1 $0! x Harry Moskowitz, a prominoit
=Sri t. .. a.mew"r. s at Cutley ates. bke bI up basketball iials enI c oi






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t l193 ponder at oe*n Colleg o .... .
Colbert 193 uorth CaIRbW t a oarIiy c ee
Cowes 9t fCr bakattke ll slrers, also ..
VanWie 191 ployn bcey .laee Is the eoff.
Wiaggoner ine ionas k 5V 1ri 3Lcruiter....
JanowskiMI The noJydlamed Ivy League's

oda 190 170 210 570 SE
Schultz 202, 201 221 025
Coffey 20 2 205 203. 611
Vady 160 192 203 555.
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Thomas 212 18 0 160 552 uiea o:n travqlbpg be
Siltineyer 150 158 1"9 467called' gn: mT& yer for
beites 200 205 212 6 calvled nt jl" YO
labor 23; 180 191 613 .dving 7.16.1we1: i

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f"NASH WILLYS e sIt bIalpl-
17* 1"t 141 HE S u' ipl
1891sr1 7, H S0 1ebis wThe cembustlon chaombe
"Il ebark -191 215 190 g 605 da
Colbert 18031I at Mad el meterially reduce i
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vanwieelo 172 125 200 547 the first tne
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h4d Ie le"t. the White lStockding. dom 6-p th lap.i
Thi results of Saturday's eao- ty fw wth thineo arrange- -P thhtpas t
,at pa aihisco nt foW g `nder a e


Tsh wn cub umoat deeid n catcher by the otpaaaln
in trophy in 195 asd i 5 beI- Mtck on it. took ot f a ia m to ot
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NIod m workouts. wte, wo a theein g l t ona theiscene to 4
ffigUf iMr o lowing aulta tad othu alnlTtslve tol pAy f the rq.
WAIIrr UP llll& 'Production wqch we m a.Withn thi.,it wtM
-t_ b, -is ,lpae ,tisa Ithis a common thina o Sping et- under wsp.4t
-woorvour- "154-. Training to be the object fm biting a ping trahitg. QOi^ j
Gn o m d ia g rsttely critldim' at thin tiae o year. a visit .to U.s A*,S, i
This wvandr med olio Bakes Many witersn, most of them, in- liked the toyq As ..
o u l onuuer stroner cndtetaiy, In the north, point to for his Athl* s..air--e
Ae n flotS uabton, the tremendous water of money. training eaexns
in warmntS. They say thel players themselVea The an mn
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SFATTLE, March 3 (UP).-The United States is entering
the jot transport plane field with a $15,N00,50,S0 whoosh.
The Deolnr Airplane Co. today unveiled the nearly com-
pleted "0175" representing a company investment of more
thSan s16,46,100.
SaIneer who designed the 128-foot Jet expect it to fly
'M6 maeuaas hour with an operating ceiling of 35,000 feet.
ev completed it will weigh 100 tons, about a ton of plane
ffety passenger.
eyeing predet William M. Allen said, "We felt uch a
was needed by the military. And we thought It was,
an Ameriean manufacturer entered the commercial jet
-tAndtI efer a plane could be described as a elgar with
sj-d gin. this It it. The 707 has the combined structural char-
'tisties of the portly C-97 stratofreighter and tbe sleek
with Its swept back wings and extended jet pods
For the military, It means a flying tanker that can oper-
with sqhadrons of fuel-eating B-52's. Unlike the propel-
tankers now in operation, the 707 will be able to
'1FTjwfuMa planes at high speeds and high altitudes. As a trans-
eoi troop-carrier, it will add greater mobility and great' "
khitag power to our fighting force.
MW din$g 1e dIe S oipi to sep.. .. .S thlg -ah man hauh s lee. J e .
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Corporation Tax :

IWASHINCTON, March 3 (UP)- would slash remaining excises to
'fte approved onea of President Th0s would affect the present.20
-paenhower's top priority tax re- per cent retail tax on furs, jewel- .
uests yesterday by voting to con- ry, cosmetics, luggage,, theater ad-.
.Eue. the present 52 cent-corpora- missions and club dues; the 25 per
.income tax rate another year. cent tax on long. distance phone "t n i tth roh ru d the country i aWfe" Abralam Liincoln.
W ilbur Mills (D-Ark.) and Noble J. chanlcal pens; and the 14 per cent i
.reiory (D-Ky.) casting t h e tax on rail, bus and plane tickets. TWENTY-NINTH YEAR PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1954 IFE CENT
-dfe.ting votes. Corporationtax Reed's blh will be considered by ', I l
ratis now are scheduled to drop to the coqmmidee today. It would ex-
4' per tent on April 1. tend present liquor, beer, tqbac- e RliII
while, Chairman Daniel A. co, gasoline and auto tax rated a .0- "'
imat.atn fus r dtakee it New Probe Or:rdered o o
I Y. ) i dtntroduce4 a bill to indf. They now are slated
nearly a bllidu dollaerb to dro April 1, Reed's pro se.
etainmetles, admiasion ti- AVrL ak.. ,w.
V#1 and many other items. Ta Prealent has ask4 Co*-aBI a toJ
.,wi continue present gress to continue present taxes on U i U U Ia, .
xs. liquor, beer, cigar- corporations pn. on liquor, beer, .
e nd autos, as re-cigarettes, gasolne and autqs to Isathiilan Coritns ctors, Inc.
Eisenhower, but Itkeep.^ewe the- expected 'Id-rCl ZaC appntrent Cos edet r the
'j ,dett la.te 18 month starting construction -t 1 'one-; mily WASHINGTON, March .3 (UP) tract until the investigation is The reverail hinged in part
next m.an" -hefU. to b e bUllt- In T .e AMy Che of.f ngle- complete. on wha t the e .gineeras .escri
S..el.a.r .T ,r len ,w hile.enhers Contra-turn thi entire Pali)ma con- for the construction of an a hotel clerk anama. neaed
"I believe that- o article or tors Company, lao, of Panama, satretgm controct case over t9 ordnance mwnitalat ce shop in Al o 9a s wh had -
Service d.ectedentered a parent lo b the (-a The Dnal tone e roe lo d1 -. ot.
c e tax xce osa of'10 P c honst o t -a e vr t e to he .creta of te Arms ti Canal The dlo hOd,.. ...i a ..I
Seed sol_ .ptt -, Brig..e0 64 ;.- bee If ., .iah.r -m9$ 10 6. e dn1n m6 ]gb o. ,

.. ,1 n .theconstrued4Wn. lc e t hruer- 1d co pn avolIed yd U .nt e wi ,e a. aI u ha: .
... e po. a pG eorge d M 4 r"btehe T r af.le d' the c ptlihate c ontr a e I I a l nr i rs v gor ou -
".lmomt ats oo. rrlve ,a oroP efa thst*ine .oh n on he "

al"ifon... T serda thne o esd to t rl Contr phe ne "a1 'h"a"?'d oa l' t hte gotten : ier^'"
tor orthq lAntli n alo a th l othe Ao ino Iginallydeci dd the delay had s eart men--i e lne out bf df





d Stc1- 60E Ameic Semt CtSvF o.es
cadmy 4anm NRt *F Srnns, 24 tt $59ii w 05t five oof the compW. ai *l cbeenIn received severe hand un- PanVnaia day bo w th Oad-




Durn the uiae, te o a wAvjah dA4 itio the b or t -i- that theer be .ia olo amnan auredmoite An American seaman, ran ure u. -
lds hl m Len perJoe talt o t u.mt. h p ed-..."d" ..r -- tructton ,and th a prceedngl undr the con- ald on the Trans-t han Karovin, aged 55, and hl wife .-" ar-'-..
Lti -- nacest card o rtdea n d 'e in- .. ...idd-ror a .t: "an d a after r v .. ... In tim e.









a essrt re 2 l o.ao ent offurthere a about two week.c .Later, a corm ts
m9vessel, thus 6.Ofl Tre v h th.fr e1o.o ord.Nvwiii oofsui p 0 oof s opewar rteva t and the er call for hel vse"hd pot re-eved ue
.h experlmed on subAcasy I th 2.e Ia s tie fh a rhihent-frinuo 0ea. e, he art...mo.ico. .d was .autbre rrsed ofor Fr atclved the l bid untrl a-.Coor to ,.rl
4 I dn Bear, and r. ..m o o 1 a a con. t i truct.o -coro mor o. the plane ad left-i -r wa e h.tt





California hhn a Te Gena .- p *h Nad been bribed by, Unit
it trsf r .thein nta lanlot f rtheai anants oqd officialsroY to make the: e.. -r

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,Ingt dig a torite 0Pnoath -- o fn t:e S.! fe eab D. Barinte auhltt I
L ocas n P. dror A s in eROtid ddersf1 Aorm, twoWard. Unrotedt Eneterprisea Inc.- U n oah.orlesl the sub-c mite
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Parulh o ,f hose -cieo. ,i e... ,beo nrs3I'S o a.. noti et suspicion ofA -.Ul -.
berth re.atn, n the Tos N|avas, a 1t-year-oldto p -e'rsfr.molew hur an- edrsen S0._on.A. e,1,
t: o eoe -t. -arrl e pan w. ee In .l nA.n, Inc. I oThe bids l .ALhDitc entnEolnt ber uno a.n l y- e eu
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i lber .ere also finedRs yesterday. Silvia "te .b .isruction of the m oA ahlneldn The' .l. of te Electrical' DDv t .l :-l"ll






t -- Ro'f1 "hu- en a de Koc^urredu tfar i,-oldt ef r Se. r .O. o_ t sey dy'ot i roell edinrtom Newr YIort ,Snconcioutodyat

amanheAddan, by pted 10 and Sa- f heu. -.. .. o Solo Naval H a... I
-...-T n ;..:.k- t i- a o a Up 0nd oUg ._t f ir $9. st b*sadbn rt. e By .EON DENNEN f '"rons, rawtnec n t .st u o'ns ustda
A" .rse an hiac f ene prob. tper wi ahl obids wan eo (R-Ohlos that enew whre his condition isdescr bed Frta Rc
tiM Pa. ph ele C OMw k afrom a flsi"^ sadiwonvwould disclose as aqr sl










by ....tsani- tSomibngo a creen d,.S t0,ot. .t o ,n v ... .....-
F Re O T was i e, T 24 Wonsle of the corns d received sevenheadFrmCs Ria
Aca.de wmy'.V an d$ 1 91, 05 ,-nreet- oa& ..^.. .. .. j-- sSe .... .
St uh d t a t eo *.lollrwing an automobile An American seam Fran
b" le to care forget te e Tran etman Karovin, aged 55, and wife
of t.u..ining.Thrp driv ers who were tb erm o the purchase use aHi s fe who was ap a .o nina, ,Cost s Rica, yesterday e r n j a a e-
...thus u jc s e i later de itiOn of Ia tW 4t t a In the car at the time of the se. ter call for help as received
e cp oolm."u -n.sbje.ts peedi"gereea, ., .. ...s" "nthearea. .The.:It" T.. ...dent-wastransferred toGorr
t-l.e weeks.. She h b eg :osh C.2 RO-d ,u- ;du_---,,__._____ T )d g d. was put ashore at Puntaren .h-nd
i-I"Caribbean area miles son hour In a O-mile zon H H for hospitalization four weeks di" a "M
;"ul-brI""Puerto .-'limit;-"rk."astman"Tibbets, "Inh" ago from the fishing boat Do- W e


.ameo r B b. lar,-. D.a r .-t o U. M Charles H. Barnes, aboard he -.
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6010.Court on asub.equent.offenseeof re It t t; d' OrT.eyoor w
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