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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00329
 Material Information
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: 1925-
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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00329
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President EIsenhower, com-
menting on Sen. Joseph R, Me-
Carthy. said today that a man
Involved In a dispute should not
t in Jnudment on his own Ces.,
The Predent at his news con-
ference declined to cogent
directly on McCarthy's insist-
ence that he be permitted the
right of cross-examination In
the investigation of a dispute
between his subcommittee and
the Army.
1 The Presldent did say however
that he did not believe any lead-
ership could escape the respon-
aibilty for carrying on the tra-
dition and practice that a man
should not participate In the
judlrment of his own ease.
At the outset of his weekly
meeting w I t h reporters the
President was asked:
"The Republican leadership
has said Senator McCarthy
should Nox participate In an In-
vestigatin in which he is in-
volved. Vrt. the Senator insists
bon the right of cross-examlna-
tion tn the investigation of
dispute between his committee
and the Army. What are your
feelings in this matter?"
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VOLUNTEER TO B5LP FRENCH Fourteen volunteer American pilots of the Civil Air Trans-
port stand outside a briefing ahack at Haiphn g. Indochina. They will fly C-119 Flying Boxcars
to the aid of Isolated French-Vietnamese garrisons. Among the group are (front): Ko. Milan
MlnneapoliUn. Minn.; Mecs Mlka, High .Point, N.C.; Roy Watts. Tom Bailer, Et c Schilling, On of
Washlngtob. D.C.: aM Woody Porte, Ban Francisco. In the rear are: Piniy Pinkava, Bayonne,
WiS.: A. L. Jud]tia, Reddlng, Calif.: Maurice Clough. Panora, Iowa: Hugh Hick., Hannlb a .;
Frank Hughes. Byradlue, N.Y.: pilot-in-charge Hugh Marsh, and operations officer E. C. kirk-
patrick. The name of the 14th pilot was not available. __

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Stamp Business "

Ancon, Dioblo, and Balboa Heights post offices wl
be put on a "mail disbursol" basis effective April 12.
On the some date, window service at the PedroM
guel and Gamboo post offices will be reduced to
hours service a day. ,-
No reduction in force of personnel is sEpected 's
it is believed that various retirements whki re due
that time will absorb the curtailed activities.
Box holders.at Ancon, Diablo and lptboa Hei
will be able to pay their box rents, pick up and mail
letters, but all other activities such as the sale of postagei
stamps, money orders and postal savings certificates,
be transferred to Balboa. ,
The announcement of the curtailment of post officI
activity was to be made at Balboa Heights this o
noon when Gov. John S. Seybold meets with represetw0
tives of U.S.-rate civic councils.

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could escape the it [arc, h4 rh :(M p'tc st n
SHRfor carrying on that aditiO~ it ipn See Charles E. wmJty s7-tar to the one Gen. n-- a
-and that practice. Wilson said today American and James A. Van Fleet headed in Panamanian First;Lady Ceci-
SLater in the news soterance French officials are discussing Greee. That mission, before the la Pinel de Remon was to be I i
the President was told that. Me- the possible dispatch of U. 8. Korean War, built up the Greek greeted this afternoon by a mon-
Carthy no lO6ner wishes to sit teclca advisers" to Indo- army which was under attack ster demonstration welcoming
in judgment. (he has Rive up ehina to help train native troops from Communists rIn te. north. her home from the Tenth Inter- -
his vote1. but feels he must a ve fighting Communists. Wilson.said that what he had American Confgrence at Cara- OME. March 24 (UP) Hol- the red marks of Shelley'
the right of crosa-examination. In mind was "somewhat aflilar"' c s. where she won the admira- lywood*' volatile Shel'ev Win- geralls acr his face wh
The President was asked to coam- Wilson said at a news con- to the Van Fleet misaton. But he tion of the delegates of 20 tero heaved a mirror at her es-sou t to
ment. t fa es that American militarypointed out that problems I Americn Republics. tragedy Italian husband and "sure it ha pened" Mi -
oHew reftused, saying hbe ded men believe training of natives Indochina might differ some- soudly lapped his Italian girl- ter said In the bar at L
^ ^Iknow enough as to the details should be done "more aggres- what from those in Greece. Dofia Cecilia is scheduled to friend last night, after the fracas.
of the e cuIt. Bute svely" and bsould be "organized arrive at Tocumen Arport at 5 Shelley's anger exploded when "He made some crack
thencasedthis chutheet.hesralead- bigee"o a bg ul. bWilson described the French p.m. aboard the privatee plane Viti rio Gauaman turned up on my movie friend., so l t
tan things for wc te led- as "receptive" to the Idea of of the Venezuelan President, Col. the e of he .ov .*mb the mirror at him h on a bas. Wilson described the rench pm aboard the vate plane Vtto aman turned up on my m
(NA Telephoto) ership. obvio-sly the top leaders He said that both the United spedian up and enlargin the Marcos Peres Jimenes. In which both are starring, ac- "Im not sure what ha
COMMTTES MEMBERS Sen. Karl Mundt (R., S.D.. left) and on Capitol Hill, could not escape States and France are "anxious aoaleof native training. He did companled by Italian actress after that" she said "B
Sen. Joa .h R McCarthy tR., Wis.) appei r as members of the responsibility. to get It the Indochina war over nollditcate'whether the French She will be.met at the airport Anna Marle Ferrero. the girl movie director and other peopl
Senite-mA llt pum Albcoomittee at .Washington. 8lbcom- with." have.approved the idea of Amer- by her husband President Jose Miss Winters accuses of break- rushed in to break It up.
mitteel rae, dowa os McCarthy when he tried to '|L Tid ican training or Vietnamese A. Remon, and other government Ing up her marriage. Anna Maria Ferrero
questle s oeral RBn01ell on why a newspaperman u Secretary of 8tate John Foster troops, which so far has been officials who will lead.a motor- The blonde Ameriean me- an issue between GSSmman
had not b pnte t for espionage. He was told that the sub- Dulles told an earlier news con-an entirely French matter, cade frou the airport to DeLes- tres greeted Gassma by Shelley last New Years' m
cnmalttde was 'not here to try espionage cases" but to consider Uference the United States has Wilson also disclosed that if steps Park. Mrs. Remon will leave heaving a mirror at him. she played "Ophelia" o
appropriation. 1 A been meeting Prench requests the French request more air-be convoy and walk at the head Then she resoundingly slapped man's Hamlet in Genoa -
for help in the jungle war as craft.and "they are the kind weof the large number of Panama- the face of the sultry Italian'Shelley had walked out on- .
Sl, I. o H foranfast as possiWbe and will try to can stud." they probably will be nainsa. who are expected to gath- miss. OGasman emerged with husband. o on h u
M e "icos. Con envonn a m. I *nvlla u continue doing so. supplies. er there, to Santa Ana Plaza.
SDefensThe iniHAGUE MaCornlch4 U In his news conference Wilson -- Three speeches are scheduled
told liant ay American conceded, after persistent qu Liner 'Panama to be delivered at the Plaza. Gov. Talmadge Stin
Underway A t El Pa na m a me wt betase is tionng, that the possibility ofS Speeches will be by rneto de
country whether Russia likes It ending "technical advisers" was SetToSail, for the organiz-
ornot discussed with .Paula uara. Jr.. for the organz-
-oWith. n0 tes fromatleasthto hck from hemor- S ra olthSnat eanAmer-e fthe oetncarme dtNorth Sundayco tee; M Carmen Out Of StateILoyal y Pled
~ i gth reiste reo thertagoing.Into ssock from henior- lean czadron will be located at forces, during 'a current vaalt h Sunday _Cueto, for Panamanian women. f S tate Loyalt Pledge i
nteon mer t be e dicaln Oter talks scheduled for to- the Dutch Air Force Base at o- hee. was asked whether the *e Panama liner. Panama, name of Panamanians of West .
convention to be held on the day Incl dedtscuslonof the use esterber. in central Holland e h i s arriving tomorrow at Indian origin. ATLANTA, March 24 (UP) hired on th local .-w
AIsthamus opened Its three-day of aned.so-called "hibernation nine miles from Utrecht. The Cr obal is now scheduled to Gova. Herman Talmadge took the teachers in county
sessions this morning. drug as an aid in anaesthesia United States unit will be un- I .. I, ,, sail northbound at 10 o'clock Doias Cecilia will answer the sting out of the state loyalty school systems and school
Following As invocaton by the by r. Bernardino Gonzalez Ru- der the overall command of The lsaidIP lSunday morning, speakers with a speech [n pledge today by announcing d .
CM,, ,Arqb .otPanama, the. Hospital. Dr. Qon leT sub- We welcome the American The Panama will put into her delegation's Intervention In to Informo on thelr relatives or untI where employed
cor tO '"-,atotl El2 Panama ject is "Experlences In the Use squadron as a valuable rein- In If IBaltimore instead of New York the Caracas conference. file their "dosiers" with a cen- The most controvera
was na ted officially by of Largacti a New Adjuvant cement of the Dutch Air I New York is still trikebound. trail security office. tIn struck out would hv
Mrdd A on oR men.n aery o ti t i rce and as the execution of a A roxImately 137 passengers The Panama Chamber of Coin- ""I
Preiaent 0e.. ofwel R om ien Surgery plan to integrate NATO air de- tdll" a m zp, tsail on te Pa merce has ordered all establish- Under many sided presuresthe emplayes swear w

spr^an Away h io it e c..0! S aS al kC Says Jobless ipe tedNW YORK. March ep Pn de dinemw rt. Oen. Undertenwvri^
sf L S 14 tru .of Got-_ r on .li -. "S to Scauean s Stl..on-" Sta said. ama Sund ay mor dayng that to close dow their busi stirred u by educational an lo il be a
-, m Shesee .ew ,,r4and 7sttpmem.hndr-prolitieal leaders the governor al- fil is ae present or
ntof the Vein Pathology. wna scheduled His statement rejected a for- neh between 4 and 7 p.m. tlees
h-ocrnofeethe-for presentation by Dr. John H. mal protest by Russia last Sat- .N tW YORK, arch. 24() o es tenm.d t o d until May I the mco f u O the

Uan ae si, ofPrIancknthe Is- c aii w'lso0A fDougc n Ansecialdtrain willberr erlu ndle ios eumeroF eb b
t -d eve Dr Fr.ank RaY- esr ou aSurger, m er NI r ,.,Universi ty of .,establish h c r B U.S. air bases In H.l-U ndownh eret bod a ihnutn ash f b n legt hor _, s _old be 'cm lundr-eth,--p ,--
mond d Clinic, of Illinois Schaol of Medicine. .nd two blocks efrom the home of histo the the demonstration. affirming their freedom from nerle n
mood ohopwho mhed over the Dr. Mortimer N. Hysa in- estranged fourth wife, Barbara AInto T e Act anytsubversive taint. The ori t

ncalt ...s b re Huto.. i. n repar at io oBofa tri aew xsu bverive taint he oo be rsti

rcin htif i m M Httn last night f.it tor tPte rseoH n complainedapOttrar Bus companies have volunteer-. n al deadline was April 1.pendn a
ram*fW te or nSino g Gyzniecolo gyNew YoButerk iikn Says Jobless to Paris to take v -his dutie asttEr- NW YORK. March 24 UPt transportaon for resd es to "I ame time. Atty. Gen.ased." rhoekd be w
(W .B tyai3 ani goe- H le-, l. takDoi rtmenican Minister to France.-The National Dunking As- of goutlyingareas and nearby he Eugene Cook held that theand va Mpe mo-ifk-.l

ift fr r No 2 S,,o e gcoemwrto discus '" shron ic &.b-rf-- a a*rsocia on S report tad ay that meon iiteriort s tratowns. oater empl oes of the Board ot.cotended. e eath .
t, ro,. m of sub. -,.. ICervicitts." it. uaA pI I ar adl hI ..t. l. new.pew.of drerhap. i9 th name ouf the op- Edetficopunl remain in or- aluhe re'tn O .
t.t. Teei ubcltis o! Ru ^bD te a-- mh utida bros.re thie 9dime store hir-. has been develpe wcn Wi ton e eoe sa tdlaothaw ich wll.ofs igm iene
S. 5 a Thesubject fapa byDr. eos'.flf the p.husband., arrive atthe decrease the amount tot coffeeal, a h ete "rrah" aof ystem" pe.r el oled o the iS
ldh a dvon. wofe ssoroSurhr But NotP Teterboro, N.J., airport last night socked up by a dunked dough- Duke Acts As It will be u' to the Bar of Re- de 3 Agenc-y utah!I
_.--- a p--"niversity"ofesr o f n s urgeyl r g at nine o'clock from Palm Peach. nut. I gents andra attorney general goeror Feb. 1,wl be
L3 deole o ~ Univer.Sit oflPewnsylvanI.ga Med WASHINGTON, March 24 (UP)TFIa.. in his converted B-3 plane Doughnut bakers% ill be en C Leader whether action should be taken tune to the depatme-l
Sh E io w the Larg Mowel" l President msenhower said to edwhich Mi Hutton reported ourged the portrause the new mix .re- er Leao er against non-signer s. nte ietaurI
c-hief.t.i'h'i-e Jbm aarno e n day that unem ploy0tt o r = 0. tHe w a co uter-m measure against the t several departm ent beads s ai d w ants to inspect a q ue q io
offi-ce f---Jto W3-3 atdeepulic ..... 'reached a pnt where a slam-.acamaned Y yhis e.. rising price of coffee, the -s l---- they wold e red e si
.A b tuse ...Delegates were received by bang emergency federal programtLelan Rosenberg an a Plo t. soclation-said.Fo "r rE lizabet under them who refusedtosign u
ellll etiPe . ot o a tJ U/[ ... . .. . -- ... t H e w en t im m ediately to a T e form ula of the new m ix and the g over or backed th eir, e of e d offi
o llenyvm W in tr. Ei noon at t resto'at nThe de nma e rADELAIDE., Astralis, Mar. stand. But after today's modlfi-'arnoited cons_ fetonal_
.lq5Von Jusdo... a .t down Fifth Avenub from-was not disclosed. id (UP) -The Duke e gjjl. cation the governor said "that the goveror and atton
or an severe amde"'to IpW.tu fence shortly afr the Cam ton calPi home. She returned to Si
_lin the -c--latit ..L. ,toU 11 t .m. today V5 doc-moerce Departmentublished a- 1 lStolenFace
and preventoe opatlent f"re.t,, 822011"es. 5"" 5re ortdathat hm 15,'.e errday ftr decaig her 72-I day wham war ve'inas oeed ues appears "a -very fair ard
-,-, Mr....- M ,sadtem-- Who&DftWBerkowitzj, a candidate Wilk...from J. Harold Saxon. execuesought the deu
an e KIUnit-ma Int creadt sdehnsecretary of the Georgia duca- ecuse dltr't01
rrulna0uiez mhev Im for the Democratic nomination Twenty-thre thousand me ti, Assn. Th.e GA had fought f .
,re1id, ..mm ed but headded. th It D noi Rnm oe e o a lbtt.i m today that his opponentw asAde ad. U, s.ultystadium1@ Be am articuklrlyPleased.sIud be
s.i..anb wleniroma w"o-l"amDabO i / d m eon i w gt a obher emples of the Board of:, d, lhs at
."". ----- time ...W.._. Idaabefore li f ParI M1odusl, on The lwh0ikeless. eeward w i sin of th yoftnheemployers iiha ed- aerie a
ii --the-am enthischaees of, An or- [" l the post to w. w.eWasl eampaln posters "at, amd shaded "ane-e" ucation system." pro i ng told

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." ~ Hollywood will forgive me, I
S --hope, afor Intruding on ,it duringa iis -Y. ^bn..
.. SI~bISS Wt ~SLUMN weck of secret deliberations over
i{ "the forthcoming Academy Awards. "
S p f ee The asmse Amy. But I'm certain it wont' tarnish
,,,aim*I n us a el IapeeMil sad sa l a wh..T scom thq iamor of their "Oscars" if I .-.. .,
sa e .*point out that we are preoeeulded...
abe e a a1e denIt be ImesiItl deset ppioe b.a with pats on the back, instead of
.. i i, _the knives In our bAck so skfblly
makers across the world., h

H LM A see greet America's name and rep-
utation in the theatres of Japan.
What's more, our Japanese friends
turned against us by motion pic-
o lure clippings borrowed from 1i01-
lywooo s generous him libraries by
FISHING FACTS some very polite Tokyo producers
D# lr. wh. Just asked for tnem.-
Sthat ome fish" exert are to come down here under The Nipponese film makers got
u* that some "fish" experts are to come downhere under thousanaa uttee& ot tam irom us-
a o 0O the U. 8. Oovt. to, among other things,endeavor although tey nave not promuc6d
'4O9 ofy Lake" with bass. Maybe that's a wortn project an Wn- eomenumst po psue suce
body, but I don't think the U.S. tax payer wOU I tAP 100. u* appuy, accurate reporting
it too much If he knew he were shelling out good US requires 1.. 1 DLe salad gUat tl s
*toot a private lake. This lake la fepced off and post- nouie itoi enuu, entaued *Life in
rh Rtrhan. a A bDeian ^'Uwv camp" was sup-
-rjllectiof proving the Chirlqul River might be a pressed oy our own authonues in
worthy o if the Panamanian GOvt. would take steps to protect aran to avo oing ruue to our -
Its &atersa against the native fishermen who are cleaning out th en ainaes, tie .Lussa a. "
river using fishing methods which, to say the least, are unsports-
idalike, for the sole purpose of selling the trout to certain peo- The Japanese, too, now select
I the area. Also. unless the Indiscriminate burning of the their 10 best mo--es. '.us year our
ts around. the headwaters is .stopped, there won't be anY o io *ies" ee ugnly
it able to ave lo th* water which is steadily getting warmer, al..b. i..~rlea4 or bed on, Aom-
If Panama ever wishes to push fresh-water fishing it will have niu..- novels. I would do better
come td the idea of protecting the fish by reasonable fishing ur &t;e mon'k.u 1 4i qIote t'e T
W as to,, how and When such fish may be taken. ai'...... ulea ul.'er&ll, M4e 'AF a
If these "Point-4 experts want todo something really worth- r .... e ToXo-a man
l jet4tem Cstud the posalbility of stocking Gatun .Gand Mad-. w,,E., uc ,iaaubdmy o0 mot1 n. o-
Lake with the.8outhern or Lar e-Mouth Bias which thrive tur r~Ars afla ncenac would ano
Fiord o wAters od prObably would here it given a real chance. well to 117 l iromn the Orienrt as
to the larg arela involved, it would undoubtedly take a lot a seaI er. 'aIey coulu spot ame 1.Wu
teaklhaS to proeduqg good fishing and fairly full-grown fish betL/ecAt jollnati O'Lon ,'cO Pranc- -
hav to be, used so they'd have a chance against, other g.- o sense spoiling we entur.
tory fish in the lak6ia But if these areas werh good bass- evemng.
usi5 g ikesw wd really have tomethe or the majority of r
)%o lher who aut aford deep-sea f os Ing -. mant thererd be "Lasit night we saw the' latest ad
ty Of rorm o the Pdasnmanian to flu haswell as the Am er- t L ..i. i., ma, "T'le becoll Wor
old-stick to sp ory ',tsmanlike methods no r ou sce oteo sm Tono,
if then or Ner woiu to ve, reported recently to ht
f MtlSAg,. etc. -- "Angler"h sup4r`ors on the AFJL' s bree trade I
Su_,ono t-ommsttee, headed by tne d
k eueration's vice-presldent, hi a tit
Crslatobal, C. Z. t I .mainlY made up of wretch- WASHINGTON -(NEA).- Any. quarterly, and ia his press con.

.......... we e ,L o rians y rel pwo tlal o *se w.merhocar andt' is mind off the f. w oe staments. i emte a izers
I rfer the Governor's plan to move local rouge famille i a panese or the er- T hsrn ae ke uto i owl t cino Poces

the rabbit we ren o inbow Cit to te more gu table talinChurchill, n nandoth i !i hte t al ei t th ortant f i
? ttn m oel embarrass someone person oor ortnhze be c retaliate s in case of a surprise ot Uo ch for ltis background of
n build, s in define l.. . .e-tandard t he aon aeaoosie ovi-t colem r tack b th e r eussan4 wd ow this gre at debate, has de-
.16ton ........ ..vrywere truly yourop--bu notund abouto who .. .. "densp Iw. u
t it I si a real plesmte to write oneIvg rasepr,,.,,,, nau whreal. impo to eviry citizen" the cranctv atonretaliate as the
g -l .. IL...s any reaSpictures of of.. America T ant-f .wold defeo ,1 -doter. war.. I

Sas they do, 12, extremely ar pt aoh- ro, takson planes, the, droppns g The k yu- raised by:. Demo- veloped. -, t .t come next Is
1bt commaniy uan.tary facilitIes for ihi .Acupat5 of te on ne stacks opl bombs th me- t operatic tdiala Stevenson in the I r.a .. location of these
-re building. In New OrlatobaL the quIlrers are nuhml motrowers. teJ.and, inals y teo e athe-. h _ii speech, In which he policies to pa euLar clrcumetanc-
grBrtee each aartmen containing a large living and dining tem n a ,iaon.n.oad tio retaton othe es.

atilsw the n.- _..o alowe tnair omant g to bfte bovrt o r t is i ei at n Nrpo da's Secre Oer Sa l, a e Oo B. considered ai attack against thm
S only or an ipoe n in their living conditions, but also or over th o arson in his soreaent speeh be. a.his at t e
or settuln them in an excellent environment, one of the best America and its destr'c-v poawr ore .the ianl 1Pres Club. An attac n Was nOta
I.V ni were show- b-ombing- Berlin, ieou;l If g atol- noy ntanks _-il 7riseP byaDcas -ro .o-Y, thoVLern-
Very truly yours, colf e ha the sha pi crc horr r W r, revn S., te ac the nitea notem
MFD ,t house. The isme.thoie--raA- te N w ih4eTol t .r France,t. a turo acting is self-
6 I inN ..... . ,,y brought another hiss. /Secretary aO,.o sFoster Dul- "rat, plalgt each of the other
W elee.a. rtaeea Co in .l on NATO eunlam to. alsist those at
d a u b o ad %u i rh o Cureh R elatdns in NeweYork acked "by takn--. such ac--on
a Answer to Previou PuZle I would ask Our Afri a. J .an14r as t dee ns decessatry.
I r n, l at any .Vice President Richard M.Nix. This at first appears to be an
m .e..ti Mthap 4 F eale i ,movfol w on iFd teven pTb'O crtei ism im tant wta an clause.
clean up their stble and adopt a sof P n hIs br oadcast nde democrats government
AC ros 4 olf moiud code oa ethics vhich will make t Ma Pruesid.t .Esenhower no other course of actioR is posi-
Cad torf i5mleents pWitoelbviobus "asoa tearn eer ttement that tihe Uinit Theee is a further, area of un
ua ve tr Jaanse ed Stats would not be drawn ino certainty in the NATO treaty. eI
Twor .... Peapola an ant-n .Ameiln iew Practically any Wnr~ laIndo-China thalesy it te attack came against westpn.
t .all i... o Stage plays o be all of the s material in the mad e was the result ohf a Consttutnal Europe there could e a hingtantad
i tre ase o -Hebrew lst night came from U S1i"larauton o war by o es. auomataeaptal-ation by the NAtO'
ars untrB libr rler." r ta' "a,*lls has now- r foreoes, for self-defense. If the ate
S Rei se Ira ascetic Jaep films become re f a this b an article in.tack came against western Ge.
M b mtr pro a nda weap in the new iSue otf foreign Affairs manly, however, r against the mid.
SRuian ruler 24 E aer 40 Church hands of enemies o the
88. De-.. lIt a new 28 God of loveI festival Natio4s. Several of the best NIc- *
Si New" constitution into Made 43 Pronoun pon-prouced Anti-U.S, films have
r wick R t14o6 melodious 44 Forward bndlspatched to Peking. There
ck se 17th Hebrew 34 mountainous 47 Female saints "e piltutre p are dubbed with Chi.n-
l r-- letter 35 Plante r (b.) o sese'oAi sn rains. ia they are "- "
I eew ..t.i.r -n I to fabr 48Wh. of mik shown throughout Jathe occupied l W I,,.
.A. t ulberry ..........nd.. of 51 Fruit drink maninand--ati elsewhere in thwae
'*1B dflabri 22 Sites eIther 53 Writing tool Orient..
SWalkg stick 24 Princes home 39 Freebooter 54 Abstract ben Sm of these ptures, made b
C'oliren ..- friend of the preCommun ist, antri-
,. -.' ." n A1, anti-CIO Sohyo (Japanese
UMa5sUSi ., Federatcon of Labor) are subtle.
pefl~latio They are exquisItely done- and
S ar IMteer- nlch .. I p they are designed to "discourage
2 wMnb leranPnal youngsters from joining the new
ae p a .. o ta I, thee security torce."
p P | It is this- Hontal force on which
aA o aS t we m st count Lt prevent the Soh-
tegra sb rioting or Labotaging our installa-

Posidt manpower, t Hoe ntal fails to hold
i te )ines, our troops must swing in-
Ru iarue 2M n 40Chto action aafnlst Japanese 'riot-
te 3 t -G era. That woulnS be lethal to our
reprtatMon frr decency and democ-
Ur sm w m4acy among our sensitive allies in
the Orient.
o* The next .moves- -and the next
movies-are up to us! Certainly it
is not wrong for us to fight as
SWN hard for our wiay as the friends ofW
80 ufthe Soviet Union fight for theirs. t
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ThA Is alseo,'why U -doesn't
In Wishlingteon the J int. Chiefs believe in pursh.
of Staff are so worried ab tldo- button w V to keep
China that arms to the French la- an active navy.
that country have been gienV p .ri-
ority over supplies to our. own .Those who don't aged-
r troops in Korea. ford point to te.' .WM t+,
SOommuHi ret.a t.
In Paris Foreign Minister Bid- md Mtle U t.
4* 'ault has held a series of oes a ,tng U,. support I a 4
with U.S. Ambassador Dillon n may now be- too la.
Shl which he warned that the Lanlal
government will fall unless Fratice President Eisenhower eha
yield in Indo.China and negotiates about midway between the d
an armistice. And if Laniel falls, .mic Chairman -f the Jewin Cief
Ambassador Dillon has been a Staff and his less daring dimple-
warned that the next Premier will ma advisers.
S L ..... be Mendes-Ftrance a neutralist,
de-eastern countries which aren't who would wreck tie North Atlan- Meanwhile It's an almost ieas.
Smbemers of NATO, how the NATO tic defenses against Russia. This capable fact that, unless drastic
forces would beused is not clear, has become the most urgent prob- steps are taken, Inde-Chuina"wil.eo
Atom,Changes befere ,o .ncepts lem facing Secretary Dulles.; Comunist before the end @ o '
During the past year, while the year, with southeast Asia whi
EisenhOwer administration h a s Farsighted Radford an American. army lid navy 01
been developing its new look" de- ... a war of thePaiffe to ve, fd.
Sfen pol ces the NATO com- Th' e man in ashington wh lowing tor
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This has been based on the real- of the Jindt of Staff. I 4U UltS H--1 U
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emnemakers, caught between high prices and a love of fashion, She stirs the burlap l4nte seldevere arefly lowe ft),
llkea back on old-fashioned Ingenuity. They are eonvert- makiag certain that the .eelorr I e vedy. e. IW
ateo seeks into everything from drapes to handbags. The she hasselected a mple eat pater and b a e t0 0 t
inLte the process is washing the lettering from the bag. partleularly well to umme a r .Ia s K 1 te.d
the s are opened (upper left) and the burlap Is dyed. (center) goes very am Ismtshe wu46 q.. I
seIf s m i a wheat-colored spring cost, so she make a handbag and hat Oi mteb hru n coat (OW). sVI
Tel "aonthe burlap before using an ern tint.It r age purse is of burt. -.
St*iatca might show that po- from napkins to slip covers can of us would love to own two '.Toobti
tato,&Ae staying a comeback, be made in burlap. As a starter, three ligbtwight c0Q tbUt few the leaflet on brlha, withe
but those who delve deeper know the leaflet gives illustrated di- budgets can absorb ithe nvest- charge, sendour reo0ttoB
that the ag's the thing. In the reactions for making place mats, ment. 806, making one of burlap w10 ,Lovett, ;485 5 .Aven
few yesasthe women of bureau scarves, pillow covers, should answer a real need. Nw York 17 N -Y.
Amerie, ha. hve been going mad curtains and aprons.
far bAels burlap that is. Of course, you could make It
f s- Detailed instructions are also in any sbade.but we rather Ra dio o S
Wh tholiir larders are over- given for converting the burlap vor the wheat tone that's achieve
dth potatoes ndfrom bagto fashion fabric. ed by lightening the burlap and \
ba supp Is still low then dyeing t a deep ecru.This
;Omhe ; Z hrn Adown the man it tells just how to open the shade is especially pleasing In
ho seatheseurlap bags. seams of a bag. how to remove the burlap, and, as you know, it
the lettering, how to lighten the is one of the top fashion shades
Ameng the articles of clothing color, when necessary, and, fi- for spring. Your COMMunit St#tio
that aleaflet produced by a tint nally, how to dye, using either a I I I., 1,
and d t m er lists as suitable pan on a stove or a washing ma- A duster-type coat that has 100,000 P11
for m affyrot burlap are play chine. neither collar nor buttonholes to
elothKaprons. handbags. hats, give yo utrouble.wlll prove easy-
skirts, dants and carves. In the realm of fashions for sewing, and also a versatile ad- Pi n
spring, we think a coat should dition .to your wardrobe. You'll
Arof "u the home, everything make an excellent selection. Most need four bags to make it. Toay, WdrendalMreh'*

"T J "Ktti UP-During a fashion show, there's scant time for changing costumes. The other
daY a e at New York models rashly boasted. "We are the world's fastest stocking-changers."
O'aft them said she could take off a pair of stockings and don another in 38 seconds flat. Slow-
p. t. the group took 52 seconds. A bevy of Columbus, Ohio, models emitted a ladylike "phooey
t ju-ey" wand went to work, timed by a stopwatch. Shirley Lewis, second frpm right, above,
- the. q k change in 25 seconds. Slowpoke of the Ohio bunch was Beverly Robinson. center,
i the quick change in a fast 45 seconds. Other hose-holsters are Sue Key, left, Barbara
o .- Jo Hilliker and Barbara Ann Harper, right. ..
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that half the price you pay is taxes. Drink Panama.
made products-drink Womack, and receive the value
of your purchase in whiskey, not in tax stamps and
fancy bottles.


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3:15-The little
3:30-Msic for Wednesday
4 :-FatUre Reviw
4:30-Whata Your Favorite
5:30-News .
5:3--Wthat's Your Pa&vorit e
8:00-The l rst Men' in tie
Mom (agBO)
6:30-The Christiani Setende
7: 15-The Jo Stafford Show
7:30-Report from the U S. A.
8:00-The. Platter Parae
S's-Codnmmentars on World
9:00-The HauntnK Hour
9:30-Paul Temple and the
Madso Mystery (BBC)
10:00-Un ersty Theater (.VOA)
11:00--The Owls Neat
12:00-News-fSjn Off
Tomorrow, Thursday, March 25
6800--8"g On The Alarm
Clock Club
7:05-The Alarm Clock, Club
7:30-Morntng palon
8:15-Murning Varieties
8:30-Music Magkers
8:45-Jerry Seats Presents
9:00-News ,
9:15-The Sbcrse Heart Pro-
9:30-As I See It
10 00-News
10:05-Oft the-'Record .,
11l:05--O.f the-Record (Oontd.)
ll:30-Mfet Ba1 d
12:30-Popular Music, .
1:00-News, .
1215-The P P'o'ty Prade
1:45-Lum and Abztr
2:00-A Cal! koL,.Lefa;
2:15-A Date forbnc *g
2:30-The An'ean. jrnal
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3:15.-The Little w
3:30,-Masle for ursday
4:00-Feature Revi'w
4:30.-Whats Your FAvolite
5:35-What's Your Farvorite
:00 -French m tIe. Air (RDF'

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8.4--Commentary u World
9:00--BWabetmn Theater
9:30-Tbe Re Ltures C)
10:00-Tommy N faes a a nis
10.15-The Latin Ateriean Ser-
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11:00-The Owt' NMea
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TST 'vT q"'Fr^TT^ r T T TT-T T
lling is still th thing with 00L a week In take-off-er, take-
sh0o u o a Tony homepay. And the work is steady
Batt' top re. -
e l ,.Mared on a 25-cty At the moment the top star in
tour matcally, all the post- burlesuqe is a tall economy-sized
ers I talis, -halt with blonde named Lil St. Cyr. who
Itfirst d lf with theoretically has added class to
.t And te bses are strippi Minsky cited one bit of
entered th M lgends- las e takes her clothes off
one ays "BM Tour" and while rolling down a staircase, and
one says "Faiti_ t Tour." what could be classier than that
Jokagly, Faih ~he driver of Minsky confesses that his ads
his jaus: 1 vy1 lv ou 0 ..every are a little classy these days, too.
time you best te =4eat bus into "I even listed oun choreographer
the nett ftowl." once," he says. "Nobody knew
what 'choreographer' meant, but
Alete.Dalton is the "Story Prin- everybody came because it sound-
cess" on NBC-TVs Kate Smith ed dirty."
Sbow.'After on telecast, Miss Dal- ---
ton was attacked by an enthusias- Richard Rodgers, at a crowded
tic small gir, who bugged her press conference before the big TV
and said, 'Story Princess, I've sho.- he and Oscar Hammerstein
seen you lots of ibes on tele- were producing, wearily found a
vision, but this Is the first time seat and sat Which reminded him
I've ever seen you in color." of an affair he attended in Wash-
You never know, maybe real live ington, where everyone remained
people will make a comeback standing in deference to Mrs. Tru-
--- man, who wag on her feet. Some-
It is'a great pleasure to inform body whispered to her that if she
you that burlesque is still prosper- sat down, everyone else would.
nl. Harold Minsky, who is pres-
enuly carrying on the grand old "She was astounded," Rodgers
name of Minsky whlih has been says. "She looked around and said,
bringing art to the masses since 'You don't mean to tell me that
18, says burlesque is healthy. they're all standing because of
"Outside of New York, as mat- me' "
ten of fact," Minsky says, "bur- Rodgers says Mrs. Truman sat
lesque is the leading form of live down 'st, having learned about
entertainment." Washington protocol.
There ae some changes since
grandpappy's day. For some rea- Wally Cox, who started taking
son, obvioqsly- sociological, more flying lessons a week or so ago, is
women ard in burlesque audiences grounded. It's a self-grounding,
these.day. So Minsky and his fel- however. He found no insurance
lo m aros are paying more company which give accident in-
atntlode to things women notice- surance to a student pilot, and Cox
like costumes and scenery. (The is the careful type who wouldn't
word costumee" a Mis Hky's, not fly without some financial protec-
mine.) tion. That's his policy.
The artists are all unionized now,
in a -group called the Burlesque There was going to. be a big
Artists of America. (Do they, in- Scrabble tournament at the Con.
stbad of .hAtdown strikes, have cord Hotel in the Catskills. It's
stai&ptill strikes) Salaries are been called off-shortage of Scrab.
generally pretty good especially ble sets.
for the "strip women,' who aver- Seems the guests walked off with
age more money than stage or them. And Scrabble without a
nightclub performers. Minsky says Scrabble set is tough, no matter
a gqod strip woman will get around how wide your vocabulary.

Old Timers Comment

On Goethals Calendar

"1 seem to feel again the warm ences at which all from the
pressure of Col. Opethal's hand highest to the humblest could
as he stood at, the gangplank and make suggestions or air his
welcomed those of the Medical grievances, real or fancied.
Department who had received audiences served three
wfltAen trin nations to pass f t-, oy -*ef
through the Caal on the first eqnt opportunities to be
boat to traverse those waters frerndt opportunrlematol be
from one knd of the Canal to heard and get remedial action
the. other,"' eneveve Russellwhen such action was needed;
now of San Diego, Calfornu l second, Colonel Goethals learn-
now of an Diego, Caiforn, ed many things about his organ-
wrote recently. Ization which he otherwiSe might
Her letter ameto the Co- never have known, and third, I
missary Division as a "thank- believe the morale of the whole
you" for the Calendar which is organization was thereby great-
sent each year to over 1,000 re- ly improved."
hired employee now living all
over the United States and in a A somewhat different slant
few other parts of the world. came in a letter from George E.
This year's calendar bore a pic- Matthew, now of Marietta, Ohio.
ture of the Goethals Memorial He wrote:
which will be dedicated next "Your Goethals memorial is
week. M- hut if th,., <.>,*. i ,,ha

It brought a number of Inter-
eating comments from Canal old
Many of the retired employes
wrote' that the memorial was a
"fitting" or an "appropriate"
memorial to Col. George W. Goe-
thals, and most who mentioned
It approved the location.
A few dissenters felt that It
could better have been located
near the Canal where It could
have been seen from transit-
ing ships.
A considerable number of the
letters had some comment on the
man- in whose h6nor the Memo-
rial has been built.
"He was a great and able en-
gineer and admfilnistrator and I
am proud to have done my bit in
servn uder him during his
entire period of administration
during the construction and ear-
ly operation of the Canal," J. H.
.yhrf~ wrote from Bay

"Like all of us old timers, I
still retain most pleasant memo-
ries of my Canal days and the
kindly thoughtfulness and wise
judgment of the great 'Colonel,'"
was Marvin L. French's com-
ment, from Baltimore, Marly-
From Oltewah, Tennessee, Mr.
and Mrs. 9. F. McKensle wrote:
"We are especially pleased to
have this calendar with a pic-
ture of the memorial to General
Goethkls. It is indeed a fitting
tribute to the great man whom
it honors."
John F. Warner, now of Bra-
denton, Florida, wrote: "Noth-
ng like a calendar to help an
o3 timer keep tab on the flight
of Tfte after retirement sepa-
rates one from a branch of gov-
ernlent activity made memo-
rable In designing and construct-
ing a 'cross-roads' for world
traffic. This world achievement
left on Memory's tablet a record
of marvelous egneerin serv-
Ice under most difficult ond-
Dr. Lewis U. Bates, now of East
Weymouth, Masachusetts, had
something to any on the famous
Sun da morning offte sessions:
I"landed on the Isthmus early
in on year ter ooetha
rr M first saton was cu-
LebsLand In due tme I became
ut wen acquaeinted with him.
He had many admirable traits.
-I always - -t

v. our ,i tne arc necTA s au
shown the Colonel coming down
the path at Culebra with his lit-
tle bag or located him on a la-
bor train, It would have been
more true to life.
"Now that the Colonel is taken
care of and given the honor that
is due him, why not show on
your next year's calendar what
really makes the Colonel's Pan-
ama Canal tick. You got me the
first time my true love, the
Chagres River."

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in St. Petersburg. Fla.. hospital. But to Milwaukee, it's far frati
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Teachers In Politics

Is Hot Issue In Japan
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'TOKYO (U.P.)--Japan's youth-
fl democracy is facing one of its'
best tests in a dispute over
pditical activities of teachers
'The government wants a strict
lI*v banning the teachers from
classroom support of any political
party or belief. But the teachers'
tfllon charges that the government
actually is proposing thought con-
t01l and 1 return to World War
1 Fascism.
The argument resembles some-
what the wrangling in America
*wr whether teachers should be re-
qgLaed to take anti Communist
oaths, but one important difference
rakes the question more vital to
theta free world in Japan than in
the United States.
&the United States has a wealth
of experience, in protectmg indi-
vidual liberties but Japan is only
three years old as an independent
democracy and is taking its baby
steps in the very shadow of Com-
gatmsma's second strongest world
power, Red China. One faltering;
step and the island empire could
stumble and fall to Communism.
In their youthful enthusiasm to
make freedom work, some Japa-
meo government leaders frankly
auSpect the teachers' union, rep-
resenting all public school instruc-
tors, of spreading left-wing sym-
patble contrary to democratic ed-

Unt.Jess.than a generation ago,
Japanese educators accepted their
roveunment without question and
taugHt eudents the policies laid
down by military dictators.
Now teachers, like all other Jap-
anese, are free to think and vote
the way they desire, but the gov-
ernment fears the union has gone
too far.



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Perhaps you're not fond of
South's jump to two no-trump in
today's hand. Such a bid should
show at least one sure stopper in
the unbid suit, and South's four
hearts headed by the ten-nine
hardly constituted a sure stopper.

Nevertheless South's bid of two
no-trump was the best available
bid. If North had a singleton heart
he would probably rebid some suit,
and if )North had two or more

,The parlinanet's vice minister hearts, fhe suit was unlikely to be
ft education, Isamu Fukui, charg- dangerous.
e4 the union is "an organization
of teachers with distorted political When West opened the six of
vbws" which "is guiding and hearts, South had to decide for or
Welding sway over the education against holding up the ace of
ekcle df the country." He warned hearts. The. "normal" play of the
that teachers' political activities experienced declarer at no-trump
have made controlling legislation is to hold up an ace of an other-
'mnperative." wise unstopped suit. In this case,
however, South very properly put
ot so, said the chairman of the up dummy's ace of hearts at once.
uiton's central executive commit
t T a k e s b Kobayashi. He It was reasonable to suppose that
wirtned that the government bill, West had only one or two of the
*n to be introduced into the Diet, missing high hearts. (If West had
l a front for "the ominous buga- all three he would have opened
bo of Fascism." the king rather than a small card.)
"Should he bill be given legis- If t he hearts were divided four-
1live approval, teachers would be three, the suit was no threat, since
considered as maintaining neutral- the opponents could take only three
Rt in the realm of education only hearts and the ace of clubs. If the
when they are giving lectures ex- suit were 5-2, however, it was vital
etly in accordance with the pol- to take the ace at once in order to
c, 1ft the government then in pow- block the suit.
*i" he ae4led
Between these two extremes, the When South knocked out the ace
president of respected, missionary- of clubs at the second trick, West
supported Rikkyo University said had nto way of defeating the con-,
teachers' "restrictive laws". are tract. If West led a low heart,
"Inevitable" in Japan because of East would win with the queen
what he called a "cancer that is but would then be unable to con-
frustrating the effort to build up a tinue the suit.
democratic society a
The uiversity head, JunoSa- IT West instead laid down the
saki. pId many Japanese show a king of hearts, he would drop his
"lack A good sense" in adopting partner's queen and be able to
dem oeUc ways. take the jack of hearts, but then
.... South would have a second stopper
"The fundamental reason for the. in the suit. Either way, South
absence of this sense,'! the educat- would be sure to make nine tricks.
or said "is to be found in the
fact thai the Japanese had neither South would have lost his game
training nor knowledge of the in-I contract if he had played a low
dividual dignity,. truth and freedom heart from the dummy at the first
that are he fundamental concept trick. East would have won with
of democracy." the queen of hearts and returned
At sane time, he cautioned the suit. forcing out dummy's ace.
the gdver.pent' against excesses This would enable West to defeat
that OUl "'plaee all educational the contract laterl on with the ace
paret under its cont. clubs and the rest of the hearts.


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as they know where to find them. During a recent blizzard, the
sheep were lost under a snow drift. One shepherd burrows his
way into the snow to reach the sheep, while his companion holds
his legs. They found the sheep halt frozen, but alive.

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wood, iae, swne she was
su dmme 'y ta. death o p Jer
father. *..

Mr .rhW Trout was the guest
of afor .ak a steak dibner-and
daeg v s Saft'asray evening al
me Mastmaoa h..m u on toe' c-
casion of his retiemet tomth me
anyservice bars of the om-
mis,~ evasion. Mr. Trout was
wiain aety Branch of thins

Ar. ivi Jenknl, the Master al
Cre nomif,..esened.the Mbaoree
wian awaten as & larweil ut,.
auu iL. 'trtut received a Royai
o14o "*haUaU Man." .
.ose atendig included Mr.
Pau. rieeaPa,. ,r. anda Mrs.T.
L. .Aougsn6,Mr. sad Mrs. J. k'.
,vaAs, r. anM brs L. .i. Mhay,
ar. ana Is Wdliamm U. mc-
,owin, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. bul-
ler, Mr. and 'Mrs. W.F. Robinson
Mr. a6d Mrs. M,W. iruaLU,Ar.
and Ms". i. D. elanson, mr.aod
Mr. U. 0. aiegar, r. sau mrs.
W. WmVe, Capamn add MS. Atr-
tur T'rourp, Mr. and Mrs. M. J.
aner r. and Mrs. A. J. bitch,
Mr. aldr Mrs. M. Dodd, Mr.aml
M 4.cSl0 (.1 B enia, ana Mrs.
W. ia W M s. u.h.

Mr. D. Mr."Bob
a aMirquard,

Mrm. ., .Laura
StaakBey l Cnart, Mrs.
Hn aith. Mna. Road JAIies. Mrs.

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CapS An Mrs. Patersna
To Leat.-Isthm .k
Captain George Patterson, U.
S. ., and Mrs. Patterson will
leave the Isthmus Saturday en
route to his new assignment.
tnror to t0 departure Col"el
S Mui USMC, i Mrs.
Neints wF f *or ;.buffetdfn-
....ivet r esi e at the
Naval w Dtot honor of
Captain ad Mrs, Pattenu.

Miss U Eaa deal, who plans
to lea0e FPm *&A oo -hr Lima,
Peru, *s -thoe uest .4 honor at
a frsewe dinner given Saturday
eveningJpy Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Maduro at their home in BeUl
Bridge i et Wiaoers
Winners the regular weekly
bridge tournament played Monday
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of be tf a.m. morning class and
?the ,Wrprm. evening eas taught
An. Fat Morgan at the Bal
YMA eah Monay will featured
dried a nd eat arrangements Ior
ae co ug week. .-.
Celw Movies Of FL
Co red movies f erW u will be
shown Thursday at 8:00 .m. at
the UO-JWB Armed 'orces Serv-
ice Conter, La Boca Road by Mr.
Theiodoe J. Heidenrelch, who spent
lour months last year in South
" Miss Dorothy Birckman, Dire-
tor of Activities at the U OJWB
Club, attired in native Peruvian
costume, will Introduce the eve.
ninth's prog am-
Mil'pry o5em. their families
and the a'abij e Ganal Zone
invited to attend.
Baea Elks To Meet Tonight
* The main order of business of
the regular monthly meeting of the
Panaaa Canal Zone (BHlboa)
Lodge No. 14m, B.P.O. Elkswhich
will be held in their Home on La
Bdea Road, this evening at 7:30
p.m., will be an election of officers
for the coming year..
Boek Review Group
To Meet Thursday
The Book- Review Group. of the
anal Zone College Clubwill meet
Thursday at the home of Mrs.
John R. Hammonl, 529-A Loro
Place. Aon. Mrs. Hammond and
Miss katherine 1. Clark will be co-
Tea will be served at 3:30 p.m.,
.r d the book review will be given
at .:00 p.m.. The book "Desree"
by Annemarie Selinko will be re-
viewed by Mrs. Alexander Shaw.
Member- of the Club and their
friend are invited to attend.
Coamutees Tm Meet TOeight
The Executive Committee of the

CWkatm Dies

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died dUN' a olon
died ev~ heart ailment olon
Hospital last night following a
lengthy illness.
The 7-year-old matron is sur-
vived by her husband, Richard S.,
three sons and three daughters:
Arthur George (Wally), Richard
L., Lijllan (in New York), Mrs.
Ruby Jones and Mrp. Ivy Edwards.
She Is also survived by i sister,
Mr.. Maud Thorne of Colon.
Funeral services will be con-
dueted at 2 p.m. tomorrow in the
Salem Mission Church, Colon. Bur-
ial will follo in the Mount Hope
Cemetery. .

Hoar Ye! Hear Ye!
One Week Special
(or while they last)
Regular Priced

new and used at specially
arranged prices.
Come early for yeos

Agendas Crawford
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PtUtes wta- le awvded the
rcnettrunaeaSM if jswin.
Swho are ot embers the
Marlin Club are crd ally invited
to attend. Wives and. sweethearts
of members and guests are also
Reservations for dinner may be
made by telephoning "Chubby"
Wright, 2-2423, not later than this
ExhltM At JWB Gallery
Currently snowing at the JWB
Gallery Is an exhibition by Elenor
Edwardb, arranged by the Canal
Zone Art L e in-. operation
with the'LOJWB Armed Forces
Service Center, La Bocas Road,


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BOUSEWIFE MARY MARKWARD with husbAid George and
daughter: A columnist's report gave her a harrowing time.
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The exhibit will remain hanging WASHINGTON (NEAs -
until April 10, and is open to the A housewlie, a lady photogra-
public daily from 9:00 a.m. to pher, a model and a gLand-
10:00 p.m. mother proved to the FBa that
,American women are coura-
i geoua and clever enough to do
Lift Up Your Hears really en.ectve undercover,.
counter-apy work.
Women -were included in
(A Lenten feature of the hazardous undercover activity
Paama-Amerin prepared by when it became' apparent that
the RevA. &Ao. okson,Kpis the Communist Party's activity
copal Church of Our Saviour in the U. 8. was so broad and
New Cristobal.) integrated that hre were
mniny facets of Its treacherous
SEASICK CHILDREN operations they could infiltrate
easier than men..
"That we thencefo-th be no Angela Calomirls, a small,
more children tosed to and dark and vivacious prolesslonal
fro, and carried about with photogippher. did her work in
every wind of doctrine, by the New York. so did Marlane
sleight of men, and' cunning Kowall, a mod&l and' daughter
eraftines, whereby they Ite in of movie actor Barton Mac-
wait to.deceive; But speaking Lane. Their reports to the FBI
the truth in love, may grow frequently contained e a c h
up into him in all things, other's wnme.
which Is the head, even Berenlece Baldwin, .a grand-
Chris." Read Epheslans 4: mother whose now a stenogra-
1-IL pher for the Army's Ordnance
oOo- District in DeLroit, supplied
Poor. seasick children. bobbing, invaluable information aOout
up and down on the choopy the CP's concentated activl-
waves of this man's opinion and ties in the violl defense in-
that man's new book and the dustries of the motor cly.
other man's latest sermon! We Mary Markward, nw a
are so anxious to have approved Washington suburban house-
opinions, and safe tastes, and ,wife, worked in a beauty
not be peculiar. And what do we parlor in 1943 when the FBI
get out of It? Seasickness of the asked her to Join the Party
mind and will spiritual fdtubr lo 'them,
ness, and interior qualms. Because of the FPrty's wil-

Paul uses to contract two wayk rutine ivca l tclal womeno-
of underatatindlne the ChristiOaneS ,or ep
life. One ls to think -it mo.ere- member -. heS o e
l ny as a -tter1 o 9h i gm.wOmel'gUw he.
A m P pinlons what TNJe '
talks A man's pelletss included me U
what he' ses upon. Te other Ing Uats, uesrecor 0ther
to think of It as a matter of li.h deLailed Manl tion 3
ing. or "growing up Into Chrilf, They were 1se #LWoto ex-
Abstract Ideas versus real lief pose the Party's effort to suo-
"I believe that God exists" or 'I vert women's group; in the U.
belelve In God?" and act ac- S. But It was not all accom- -
cordingly. pilshed without strain ,noa
Do we accept today's religious The most harrowing exper-
fad or do we accept the way lence pretty, petite Maiy Mark-
Christ ordained in His sacra- ward had was when she was.
ments the way of Holy Bap- one of only three persons in
tism: Holy Confirmation. Holy Washington who knew auout a
Communion that leads to eter- meeting op top Fartv workers
nal life? wlich was going to be held at
God's work In this world will the Willard HoteL
not be done by seasick children, -,
by men and women who. in Bap- Two days later when a
tism and in the life rooted In columnist (Walter Winchell-
Baptism. learn to grow up more Ed.) reported the details 'of
and more nto Christ. the meeting she was sure her
number was up. Party heads
'Splash Dance' grilled her *bout it for hour
Claton before she convinced them she
At F rt Cla n had nothing to do with the
t or Clyton leak, which of course was true.
Mrs. Markward has been
Refreshments and music., dane- able to name more than 200
ing and swimming will be corn- top Party members In the
bined Thursday evening when Washington area before their
the Fort Clayton Special Ber- use Un-Americ Activities ,
dance" at the Post swimming Committee, expose the activi-l
pool. ties of 18 Commle fronts op-'
According to Miss Olga ft-edterating In the area. and be a
new Fort Clayton Service club key witness In s Baltimore trial
director, dancing will commence of the six top Maryland Com-i
at 8.30 p.m. when the 60th Army mies, which found them guilty
Band will present an array of under the Smith Act.
fine dancing music. She has won a citation from
Admission to the splash dance the American Legion for her
is: One bathing sult! work.j

CANDY LOVER--Ie meat of hs faver, e cand brings TWLd
o.t of tMimu helb m e owner Bob wHnammer, of
Gono by. Th.e beer, raised fbonea sub by WBam-
0 ,od w c e.o mo a s a nd iy tesa

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led pu"e almost tripped red
spilled purse almost tripped

Miss Calomirls was driving a
group of FIrt.y bli-shots home
irom a top secret meeting. Her
purse, full or notes for her FBI
report, fell off her la, and
. piled open on thi. car floor.
The Party leader sitting next
to her obligingly stuffed them
Oack and put the purse on
Angela's lap.


he had read ust one'
I'd never ,-iv.a gotten
that night," she admiLt:
s t 1

Another night Angela and a
male Party methber were work-
ing at headquarters mimeo-
'raphing circulars When 1-.!
tepped out for a moment she
,ulckly opened a file contain-'
ng a membership list of an
important newly-formed front
,he had been trvlng to lay
,?r hands on for weeks.
Apparentiv It was a trap be-
,iuse her cn"-,'anlon returned
Most Instantly. ivin" An epa
'nlv time to stick the list
inder the stack of onper.s being
nimeographed. As tl-.- orintlna
continuedd they got closer tol
the list She was getting'
But when only one sheet
covered the list he said.
"C'mnn, Angle, let's get a
She never enjoyed one more
in her life. she says.
Miss Calomiris received the,
Pre.?dom Foundation Medl of
Honor In a presentation byv
Gen. Omar Bradley.
Another discovery these wom-
en made was'the complete sham
h-hind the Party's promise to
nIve women greater freedom
They learned that worran's re-
ward is nothing but a succes-.

He nrade his request In Idential
letters to Vice Pre t chard
, Nixon nd Houne Speaker Jo-
seph W. Martin Jr.
ronmell recommended that the
law requiring slot machine manu-
faitturers and dealers to register
and filb sales information with the
Justice Department be made appli
cable to those whose business lies
wholly within a state as well as
to those doing interstate business.
Under the present court inter-
pretation of the law, e'said, lot
er engaged onlyI in estate op
with these requirements.

"I is hny considered opinion,"
Browuell aidt, "that the congress
ftuended dealers registion and
iln provisions of theslot macih he
a halleapply to every manufac-
trerw a dealers, whether or not
engaged oin interstate commerce."
Brownell said that making the
law applicable to intrastate acotvi-
ties also would help 'to insurethe
effective enforcement of what is
concededly s valid ban on the
interstate transportation of gamn
*bling devices."
flin of the most difficult, dirty,
routine chores.
For instance, all four of these
women were forced to hawk
the Party's Daily Worker. Those
they euldn't sell they had to
pay for.

The Daily Worker showed its
oncettude for all thb papers
Mrs. Kowate tran sold by braning
Foer a glamourr Stookie" when
her role was revealed.
1her role was revealed. 1


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Accounting Machines
Cash Registers
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Business Said

-The government reported today
that the "gradual easing" of busi.
ness this year is continuing.
Manufacturers of hard goods
such ." refrigerators and.' teleid-
sion set, aed mlinag have'been
suffering mpsL -
"Th'llis has r,.ulted In urge part
from the continued liquidation of
inventories, particulady n manu-
facturing industries, and a further
drop in activity in plants produc-
ing defense goods." the Commerce
Department said in its March
"survey of current business."
Lower activity in these two

year. A decline pfii
durables was offset pats
creased spending tor i
Retail sales for Jam
February were 4 per cc
the average for the fi
1953. But much of this do
attributed to reduced pu
farm equipment aid it
lower sale for Susiness
by retail bullding matb
hardware storeL

Government purchases of
and services were dowpI
first two months of this
mainly because of lower op
for defense purposes. .

ndeiws accounted or the major
part of a rise in unemployment to Reduced defense spendl g
3,T0W,000 last month and a 10 per b6cn offset in the last half of
cent decline in industrial produc- by increased expenditures l .
lion since last July, the depart. and local governments aun.mi
ment said. federal government for other
poses, particularly for farm.
But the government economists supports. But price support expea.
said there also were bright spot ditures fell off as the markethi$
in business developments since peak was passed, w
January. vi
Private construction aeUt,
These included Airm p r I c Pe was 5 per OcnM higher 4n the
cood consumer demand, a high two months of 1954 than a
level of disposal co bumer income, aon. Construction of wareh
well-sustained construction activi- office buildings and retail U
ty and continued large expendi- ping centers have been "suMtl.
turer for new plants and equip- tially higher" and public ut '
ment. building "appreciably highe'" 'I
Earnings of factory workers Nonfarm home construction
were cut down not only by the been running "a little ahead' "-.1.
losses of jobs but by reductions In a year ago. *
hours worked per week by those ''
kept on payrolls. The reductions!
were particularly sharp in the
high-paying overtime hours. '
The money that people have to
spend-.- itposable income-w a s
bolstered by the personal income
tax cut of Jan. 1. Consumers con- oi coolis ns. nothing reMll
tinted to buy soft goods, such as quickly -i@ sa. M osn e Md
clothing. at about the same rate taE iS. ., utA, .d ^tt
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A E- Three mahony bed FOR SALE -Pilymout 946 Tudor Telephone 2-3479. Panama. moderaterafts. Phoei .n 4 V"o
Three maho any b d _| 94.
etF with springs and Simmons Duty pFd..Pr.. .of S S tan ,WA Tor ro
E, apposite Hotel El Panama. 2634 office 3-3957 evenings&. bTa Y F
SALE.-Househld goods in gen. FOR SALE:-1947 F6rd Deluxe., 5- MIetIaeels 0we0.. G O Dy onONOLULU, March 24 (NDA)
including stove, refrigerator passenger coupe clent FOR SALE :-Westinghouse" t rdo yu thlk of a
radioith Street 8052, Apt. 27, condition. Call Balboo 167, after S et n N 4, pm Clr. a 4 Ph one g an the Unit
Colo 6 p.m. coupe. Both in excellent condition. PanmAe- Ci a *-173. B St1ates Senate?
e 8102-D, Margaria. Phone 8t
SALE:-G.E. automatic drier. 25 FOR SALE --1950 FordV.8Fcrdor Hou-e 81O2-D. Margoril. Phow ef- CtOftO. On mile oa D, .P. oehatt
cycle. Good buy. Modern double with radio. ExceInOr condition. Call 3-1741. soma C.1r tle brim youh (and 11) Hawait, where 40
dresser. Phone Cristobol 319. Bolboo 2-2914 eft3r 6Pp.m. HausC,--- PhoneOC abs. 2-1826& T po tsent of e m aw0,00 powle a
S ALE.. 2- ccleo nore 0816, Plank Street. PANAMA CANAL COMPANY U D T.h1 IOf S oft 11 ate 6 pbackgsrou d. be.
SALE: s ne. FOR SALn-m2 PSr hl coupe OFFERS NON-FERROUS METALS FOR RENT .O 3 m bLacs40h t. on6s
...wtl'f type washing O FOR SALE:-942N th d, were on
completely rebuilt $65.00 Sterkline Excellent cn.ition, nt.iofor r SALE A Cbmally Testedh 60 re re an white, the
crib, complete and matching chest dia. heater $225.00J b fl.uAhenlealt Fu jF 60.000 residents are 61 wbite. the
I ,f complete 2and mtchingl chest dio ht. r 2... be received until 10:30 a.m,. April 1. ______g t___ il BetQtr Qat on seldom worries any ex-
of drawers 525.00. Cll Amador 2145.- 194, in the office of Superintendent *OR RENT:-Furnished new molem 'i Tb GrowS a microcopic minority.
..4128. FOR SALE OR TRADE:-1952 an- f Storehouses. Balboa. for opprcxi- chalet in Mraflores teachers resi- 'o u No Mss, awal s as serican as the
-Household effects, reos- tiac convertible. Excellent condition, mtely 721.500 pounds of Non-F.r- dental scton) : two bedrooms, ga- No T b- hodog and movie drive-Ins that
House 515 Manzanillo St., low mileage, Hydramatic, white rous Metals located ofatection "I." e $11000 monthly. Co 2 line t broad, pala-1nged
Ssidewall tires, leather uphtery Balboa Storehouse telephone 2-2720 3436 Pnam during office hours. GEO. F. NOVEY, INC. boulevard, even though the p-
? -l reasoioble ric 14th Stret No Invitation No. 59 moy be obtained tro. swaoing mustard or
AL-6-piece bedroom suite, I 17 Apt, Paitlo Phne 82" from the bov urcer from of FOR RENT: Chalet: 4 bedrooms. 2T Central Ave. TgJ -10 spp ing t the dark have brown
s l ofo-bed, platform rocker. 4261 days, Panamo 3-2279 eve- fice of Superintendent of Storehouses Ilvingroom, diningroom, kitchen. andyellow skins.
table, end tables. Tel. 3- ninp. Ielenhone 2-1815 garage and large yard $150.00. s
,OR SE -147 Chrs..e.r Wi----nr 252nd Street No. 15, Telephone 3- Does anybody In Boston or
ItE---25-ycle Aews- FOR SALE:-947 Chrysler Windsorring oice hours. Coretak-
-25-cc Apex wsh- dor edan. Good condition,- FOR SA Wh during oce hours Cretk-
,. ; trmchnlr motor for 60-cycle mo- dia. new point. Con be financed, pure bred. Ameri-n .overnmen r h t. Vet,worry whether the citizen
will trade Apex machine for -118 CMROPR a m
.,, r will trade A x .l fr Duty paid Tel. Pararnsm 3- 8, ertfi-sfe ortx Fe Pcultry Form .:OR RK NT:- Furmished chalet, S.on1111. A 111L alongside has parents that came I
S -cycl machine in goodA Box 96. Telephone 2-5206 rancisco, ormonths o childless fro Germany, Poland or re-
.llrlg condition. Tel. Ponoma 3. FOR SALE:- Clen 1950 Chevrole Panama. R.Pco o,
4 door: Completely overhoule a .Couple or two gentlemen. Pus s -- land?
". '371 4 brakes, new tires, shortwave radio .. "-" utnsis 3 r Here, on the endless beaches
,.0 SALE:--Complete set of More- Must sell immediately. Will accept C. C AI.F -Fnn. 25-cycle 24-inci- "OR RENT:.-/Modern chalet, indepen- I f _.1 n. I-I, nobody theles w beahether the
tfl end Koy Doulton china dishes. best cash offer. 3.1697. on flcor t-nd: 1 record pl-yer. 25-;. dent, three bedrooms, hot water, i olc t r.meur. he cameh nfrom Tokyo.h Mt-
Scrystal goses, oil painting. Very SALE: '52 -C-..- Frd cycle ,or' en-h: I gasoline driv I ng and diningroom. kitchen, go- 1 or ShanigharL
; r5aOAbple. Apply 2199, Via Espa- R SALE: 52 Cu.o r 3-a. n-rtor rage. ircning and bashing room,.. an .
p'OS from Mecodo 8urro. 00 mils, n l c n Hoe 77'1-B. Son Pablo Street maid's room, semi-intericr pti. Te prn e or g dp
Sell or trade. PJome Balboa 2-1784.1 Salbo, (TCecpaeRtagepoitors en
lot 'Ai.E-2S..yel* Wewtlnihoue .r b Ja__o_ with barbecue ond bar. Call 3-45191 25 C KerllnOr entagte bnak tS popu2aion R -1
-i. okbednfrom 9Rto12nandtfrtmtn t- O o2.rnpemto thile units:Japaes,1890
teor; sinolo bed, complete; A ........t... t...mt p w.0
FO.SALER .ne-10"-2-well furnished smaii g, 7,
Iron; singS spring; oak FO OR SAl One tinn or-FORRENT. l h part waian., ,000; all t*
dining table, 6 choirs; 3 mahoga- Real Estae bor w/60-cycle rotor. 1-hp. 3450- bungalows. Reasonable price for ratee' Es 32i 69 pur: Flpin. 63.000; Chin
ny chairs, reclining, stool. 5 wick. ____________ rom on stand w.th which rn- ac- American. 2199 Vie Espola. across ouTNES V p 2000 pr Hawaian 130
-r choirs; garden tools; 2 25-cycle ST. PETERSBURG. FLORIDA is collec cnri-- one co.p.-W or v.''-cv from Merodo Eteurro. P.A Pth t ~r- erto Ricans, 10.00; Korean
fans; dishes; miscellaneous houe- home by more Canal Zone famlie- cle /P-h co-ro. vh n r RENTThre-bdroom chet Th 7000)
hold goods; gas engine. 2-hp. than any other city in the U.S A. Foi rpaj., for -rovi, C'n cn FOR RENT:-Threc-b-droom chalet Themtre." C700)
Briggs o Stratton. 1538-A Mango iormatohn on Io .V. uf 151- Ft. 'i:k or cat' omngrcom. porch, terrace. 2 both- This his not yet a perfect r-
St. Tel. 2-2681. specifications write Jcmc3 F. O'lve. P- ,I4 rcc.s, .aid's ,am,1 Sit St. No.T is poradis e for there are snob
5-c y cl.cot .. os F .- 24, Bella Vista. lhone 3-4994 ob and cliques every 61lce. But o
AL.E-25-cycl- 7' gd ,"- c/o Robt, ES. Lea, Realor 6 SALt -Y 6 Ave Peru 7.1, office hours, -anized groups ofhyphenated
$75.60. 238-C. Cocoli. Ave. North. St. Petersburg. Flo (3 ALF -Yo, sll have 6 more e rsh
E-Refrl tor, 25 cycl; years of real eI te experience.) de t prchoae the "Trook- FOR RENT Completely furnished. TRANSPORTES tAmen are last va ng
e- bedroom set,.ho le;- URENT: eoves Saturday. .'r vate heater for onil very cool residence in Bella Vista erica's nee elg po
Sst bedroomQ Mustet sl Fday 26 th."bt.csh- 1 50 installed Regular price 46th St. No. 22. only to responsble BAXTER, S.A. givs the national dish tOrlen-
ic.es. House i040-G, l- u Fl2t beosfor, 4 o 00 Phnn. 2-13'6. Radio Col party: Porch, lvingroom, dinng- tals pce.
eF 90 squref m-et* tobutrom id'Oo. 126 Central Ae. 3-day room. 3 bedropma. ho t water. pan- Pe ]iNer. overs ie. ---
"d900 squtr, n o etrc fruit ffees free tr;cl try. kitchen. stgrage and patio. Tel. F. 8 RUDESHEIM Itermnarriage is commonplace
S E:- to desk. nir stand, near new R cetrack. st offer now 3-0436. $190.00 per month Taller Transportes Baxter here, A new race of phltscally
bed cib with mattress. -only $3,00 PATTERSON 2246.h that
r. pliypon. exlpnsion otes,
bupype. expansion otesm .. Position Offered FOR RENT VALERIO TURON *Made In look-ia nrow-
.30oI wtll be57 1________ m ail and aoeu WANED a 1001
Too, HoueNWANTED: ei. 21, 40th endert -nan o tUlr ha knocking for a loop Kip-
E--mmns double nBewuty 9.0 eIeato WANTED: experienced e xecutind ling famous "East 18 East and
ALE-Simmns double Beauty,-: wfl$ lectlon 0 Md. Lecretaiy. Must be fluent in Eng- ATTINTION 1. 1 Just built mrrodern nte Ms.- W i West and Never the
Bd l5 nw 90.00. and lish & Spanish. Call 3-4934, from fumlhd apartment. one, tw Twain Shall eet
5517,.Campo Allgre. r i : 3 to 5 p.m. bedrooms hao. cold water. Tel. The er n I dind e
kLf -Norg'r'efrgeatfor. I. A -'ephone Panomo 3.4941. ReIirs lastalatjn of gas home of a Chinese American
cycle;nhogny lingroom set. 5- d et es r WANTED Servceman for %i.,shing FOR ENT: Modern 2-bedroom wte family;ther guess Included a
pccle; thony Ivn r let. n l]r t ou? hrA-- Deat M JFOR RENT: Modern 2.bedroom Xn-A-
S piece; three steel dressers. Margrl- mhie. ve ndppnc apartment with nd dinn an--d a ewspaperman-
8054lWerthok -18 0.stoves and1applforiance ir apartment with living and dining-
to 8054-8, Phon3-1860. pairs. Must have commercial driv- room, kitchen, maid's room and Olerl ~ per American
t SALE:-W sin houe refrigera- er's n Ega" Ditribu dor bth in Campo Alegre, neghbor- T.: -3 S
ter. 25-cle. 802 1-D, Mrgaritaa WOLFFACOMPANCIrcn, S A. No. 72, Peru Ave hood of Hotel E PanamA. For fur- A.M. WORE OUARANTllD My host. whose commIssions
: for, 2 -,e. 8021-D, MorR holtt, WOLF c m iOMPANY s
hon 3-2490. their particulars please call 3-4968. are eared selling and buying
5th Street No. 22 FOR RENT: Two-bedroom oport- Wall Street stocks, has nk-
S' FOR SALE T. X-MW H l n t W e dment. scre eped. partly furnished, ngewoe complete withTV
S5- ei W n 75.00, Belisorio Porros 56. Key SIP COVERS deep-ree and wh
|' Mooryele WANTED: Moid for general duty Apartment No. 3, Phone 3-0841. cIPIUAfl TEie bthsy U sia" chOpr
SSALE-E h motorcycle. 650 No. 21. 52nd St Apt. 7, CampolFOR RENT: One-bedroom unfur- tUPHOUTR.NG ....
.c. lie.ne otorme 2-5426 a Apr eo 3-5817. I nished apartment near Canal Zone
S.fice hours. CO U Available rmetely Call Pon- HERES Thb- -year-Oo m w 0 r e
;S o -- News ma 2-0027 or 3-0763. RES blTs. ieans. sOr"elfn wai T-
>' S: Ot ArmV Ond FOR RENT: Furnished apartment AtTOMOBIL ROW 77 shirt and foter chow has-
r Explorer Seoutl t A = with 2 bedrooms at 46th Street and el 3-1i2R teno to get under and Jau
Sr o re fy Bndevu rlQy At Colon Venezuela Ave. Col Curundu 328 his hot rod roadster.
m plo erst of CanaTl Zone CouGn-..- FOR RENT:- 2-bedroom apartment. at n Mw a O-
llloft y oilNo i01,Be oy-c Ca ts ofnAmer- oito.,on Sunday bathroom. Recently built building .in m aJ-AtmeIanM fam.iR l il
S ao. he o W01 Bcouta o Aner- ."El Cangreo," Via Argentina No. ma-Amerlea ly hren the
lca, have been busy preparing The 110th Army Band, station. 55, Telephone 3-3164. RADeO AND et with swuerbr nood
na51 RADeIOt ANDn. ati ...stuffed mnu with fried noodles.
% NY for* tohe explorr Rendezvous tod Fort 0 di k will stuffert m RNTtRA IOrN
Sb held tl weekend at Ft. Ou- eda ort Ge w resent. aFOR RENT Two-bedrocm apart-' rice. bamboo shoots and other
b I eld th.s weekend a Ft,. Ch: icorcert Of ClataCsi_ and po.nular ment situated in El Cangrelo. Call Cantonese goodes.
S Frlances Qabrielle Daw- te 4 M.thi Friday. zoleXItlon et m wt O APPLIANCE canon. oo le
tonH at a-lbolweekelnd. rten-t, one l i -condtioned,. i eondltioned office of Tsyuklva-
e member b of n IsiteTof A special campfire expn o r he proe. am will consist f ,- onPerelil Street. IIEl 3-1277. "' ma and yam"chi. attornevs-

Bo e'A mosl tw. M4r y omfere under Lde hi o. Twelhphon 03 .Bat-rSd w he outma R c
l f r'i heedtd oeshte, fmnce ile hr i March. -'upe Caunlvpl.' 2. FOR'RENT:-Aportm. lust builtt-a. which could be .Todd and
f ep, de yestie RCn elle Chairmanod later unt m Overture. Ia.So Pr :- n dinl tatehood 2 erantewd
It the Veteran's Ad- ad Doyle. r.h charge. Thi b wil la. 4.. ,oe ,rc. ding. km?_lInIeo"n. rdp-n u

i. N. Y.; and Wrl- the jungl training center at Ft Ibuines, ofels 9 Aven^B '" Senate. mane of hia coreatues
i U n HospitalIn Buffalo, be followed by the Preordeal Or-6 "Heacultsh Panp S fe a,' 1 oa e rtoog,.m ea com.el E P re, .' so red. h l dvo inl-mJa,,R want-
Shad been a patient del of the Arrow Ination for Aon 20; and Scout Likee LiviMoon." Telephone 2313. ese extrcton for the fwhite-
tle Canal Zwone aMr underte Odelon oChief 40; saturday Of Spookin 20: Healtned P it I e time bund tlema s Renutei they
yesappoontm ton Post Colberg. d e." 11 Partic action yurniturpresident of the Territ. Sen-
Turrived b three 8,11snOf activitittarti Noun FOR ate (next
Sofd them wee h t bring t f 3, "Panama" Sco 14 national an- POSITION WANTembeEDr the enable U. Senate Ii

at the time of her death. part olffa with a forl. tbon 50: Equ12ment 45: Improu lu tka"sekeeoer with refrA
ospurver are a brother mal bridge and ball of hn then of Unite 25: and States and Pan- McesWr Box 37 Anon of os gran
hMarles, a student; the Fi ul0 eakfast and clean a ; SundayParticipation 50 e new areed Honor tl
S MarinesA M. Aeen The meaning will be spenter out OR Rke LENT0; Cookncentrlly 4t- able Wilfred fel.
N .Y..;W tju", n. fr dof.k..mawalks On the forOf the
.. Y..; .w.i- the un train.business, officcs.e9aAvenuH Se tie. manv of his colleau
wO mI s lamno iach. vi.The afternoon will be talc- Health and S safety 65: Partlp WANTED-Enlsh-Spsh secrea- e meen man f Jan
UPeof Balboa awardith to xplorr ndwho have Cleanp 75 and Scoutinalke Pack vin ry, good speler both ge. Co ndpon mi have had a

l I aaMcComack of earned thead f ie tsWhe rVialon of 40; SaturdaY0. Cook lumbi2 Pwture, Eusebio Mordes Hd A nle treo athlete yo -
C. adInMrl Jamei brl i a Holberg. nd Safety. l AvenPacue, El Conone Position. Mme crew cuts

D awoon ror _._. _._ _Px nFurniture.o will forget ab hodsht It.
Alof them we re 3 wNi_ ll W.eh tb..i .foris ; t Scout Like Livin .40: InspePOSITION WANTED:-Rehable We
ot the time ot her dt. t Of .Tee i.ies Wa aowO 5T0:. _qIpment 4I TrWoSTrC CR1 5:efr- rm o t

urvvor ardte Canal b one maneo br Chaplallot oon JaimvsE.i : and AbLit., 25 CAAL tE ONu n P ecorwit OrAlobal governor anth iena-
dT. Dwuta, doCted tram Hemann, te explkeri wCl take l D Sunoaypartcpat : e. co .*o.. U war Commurt ca n-

isters: Mars Aleu the leldfor cimonws w interation IN Tcu aike aTATn ge. *ik6. Prro-te TA_ BECODE__ 1 trel of reeal d r uniton"s wla l
W.. Gojlet, of l ;l ,.Beoa; chalar t of xlrerawno dvert- uANK 7;. ad Fi..al a OF ack ntc-r, s reprler ahne o ,wu.. Ca andpou mInstydul fav r hd.
sh a c t c w to ma lowa. _dinner clean .packand eCotlo 2 lmbSa Pctures, Euse o M-rs B cralest Alt a these alticl ye ang
.;oda.co Mrs. J hces F. Ir' ." AIvenue, El .ro. ilplW. AB hlhavere w cuts.

a w mornw as nbor e nr-moI w b heO..Pmoru, l I/ 11. I TI I he..e :.. lg"ggktagg th g W$8

M -dame to Are Ca wl, m. rne o maC, mrL a u- ,--1A l,, org ",o.vonI1 vl ptn eb obd" how-A c
rre-" 1"__e swith a-othe., .e. venOng.F CA, .. .! t ...

0- Buter o 800l.t_. w. tT. a_ DIST ICT OF !e .l "n' lik th de o -fa-

UNITES 19ST ad derc woll receive standard t ew 4 *r ter of the CanrI oeBwo fe*. In thr w
dtho"i Canal Zo e 2 hl '5 -..... Or'ieintal Governor and SAm-

r ,probi- lemsn ts. Major Royce lis mu m, rain 2 d ESTAhT II a-esta enaian ontol.h.eTink

orLsaIa wa ^ Eaes,, pc. Ohfof FRCNK at U.5rtsee CS the Cout at Eeas.Canale re.'a n oB Ge IdibvIe all the
the- -.. t- .. B- Io charl e of of P ost sMi Us hoehs Rt er fe t fohCr the hI rtaI of ." eeseld faI at ,
we-, t t work In Dee.w. andao! bepm' i I i S WnLT. ANDt HR APLICAT N h, i -- -- i.---- i Act lly seh wiba
W I a Srtn .-_an Sa Ke'w' ..Mi-m Noc i .oi hS w..b I n th.t a 1 t i m ii S fa as a rial

miiDlltel in kOai. has -lumed resoniwathil. tt aeu to at Am.as. Canal t. M arbs wede:

o wl be at faDow
nwud Rsattn of 650o (amu
points: PriMay, Pack
i Came etaup 50.

S.. .. ", . -... v. --... ,
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Pughi .
Is Ip s moobl
SJohn 30 2, 'waine yn
tertlay for pshg his -"-
*blocks t,bitahs emwn ter.
His ribe said she' was&I*'
ing along' pmitteet when
Kenny' cir" jolted her frot
the rear Ad pushed her a-
"I just ,anted to tall it
i her," Kenny jd..'

enrv Sommnerfremand
Mercurio Jew- ler. l etlarned
to Panama ths week after a
two months combined'r apa
tion and bites trt.W Mr.
Stmmnnrfrennd v Cb est
Rica, an Meazeo and reports.
that Mexico City h epdly he-
coming the eentpr of One
sterling eraftmaanbtl. The hI-
dustry both In deiy" ad In
workmamiWhp ad mnow p-
duces many hems cam" wble
to the famous **erUn de
of Dmnmark. Mr. SGmmer-
fre-rd asithq In de-':in. and f hbri-
cat-g many Items for Mer-

Doodling To Win
PROVIDE, R I. !,of ,
124 (UR) -I) -r Lore, In
court on a c.1r.e .of g
Ipolcy alps, t pld the udge the
;lecea o .papqr found ,.o his
pocket contain 'only "4ood-
ro conceded he does play
the numbers once in a wh le,
but he doesn'tt know. U the
mrm he deaJa w&th I A bookie.
. Doa be pa i rm if'you
win?" asked .the judge.
"I don't know." Langiona
.-1- "I er 'u In., -
He was iound Innocent.

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JWom.an 4. tiorM a rq.-..-rT', ;MHsBe 3ontfld a wt Aso__ e , exM. moats,. ,lltt an oave w ,es lit ps ide Mta. faA l; Mr OUTS AL-
S r91.MarmvsitAW. n AMOa e o.atot;
aAM. r. nd Mn Frs. a n Jola Rua cmer lr Mt "' 'a o. S. nhe
e aIi;-t Me Amy And Nav to O- s e 1ru
wanut. o U innetr nuea. a -Bi oub held m o uy wa a b ,. .a tever.. o~ a flM pa away eiybstar aln Gbl- .r and
0 a,!Pa o r, ine, I. Is ..dr aMr, m,- ,,,w rs .." .
Womauo a Mast. Pint t Monday- Alsopseit were . ind Mr a ; ,,e err c arn ,~- f t Mwn. .W wv. I pM. OURTESY CALL -
ko a pe po^1 W teHeJa Wam BtOW 11nhe 1.rcSS who th eP h"an*ike e Carw as a c sfr." stad M05. rmi: BWO arbe .and Govenor Robert C .L
te.. .us w o aasers T : Jeanne vidag. o oe t e -M w three chdr. ;imM... Aa.d M.. the courter viet to
a~t Ad. uses w e i Coo wbo k wlo l wed- '. Ob3arI P.r." Martin L. Bennett; Mt. u d tos esth

Noe. ad Ur s.. sul Sh l th e ohe aer s c red the bc." e ts s Gilberts. heos. Frederick aroffey;
ore. ,a u.m -nu ta. ,,d, -,a. P ___d _le flab fry at the lk W, e os-.., m ,.sr ,urf- f- ..+1 on-,Ba r.C fanod M.n M t' gne; Mr
an f-sa.. .East An d OWetrO ..r f3set a m from 11:30 a 'm. to all o io r ad 3dy C. and .M: a, BR ohek-
a.,e Manuel CsOulr ,s. ervedAsp le "adn.. d s a. n am e oandog fm a trh :esr cript 'M.a n d : DMo. ---,;. 1
-, Sra"C or no hd reon r o1 Dv 1
S1.M & OWaes ar as ai h Ko mnm h Mrs. o.rG o. r T e fish were caughtar.. bh Mess rs: r Ca W l U t i .. tie
S ammsa 3. N. A. Gt e Cyrus Field, Frd Trout md Fore dO her beLWeds Pat Kb a myr A advertising man, aeed bto W r i dy; amrM Mary 0.

ou m. , e,- --- -3-andk WMn.eeRrb iti .a ste uipicks.m imwas cookedby -D oDCabm- __mentae o, M. un llaMr. ns
s fr thecot ies eorru oe. M S e rt lra D. A Wads, ERt a t e of hr- of Beve y Micheels ined; iss
Oa 0Yv a. ,Mudo LOfts a ar kL en d W ri m a arc y .> la hit IS th e lae P Mdfal. Wom an t declined with:-- er two tae ch ren.; M. _r
. s.J. M asnMr acus .A... e,1 Mr A 0.."1 ro ter series Hand. I'm a Stranger to a lk air a C Mr.abo a lady b wdMr and Mrs.
los rep .... .ni, ta~.D u a ea rea tame E AMsess iirtng we re bon d h ke." o a. d te -and .three, m
Sar Ae ar, b Meea Tu ra see, Wa .e.... OpO n Dg C nl ren rM. and Mr.
19...re er ,te by ,new T o-bUalabOSuli Donald O'C. r and Sidney Q. Cftfsti, M is.,. ita. Cohen
t," ,. ^QUMU4A N Wen. f,"%h -t '.11,- eo au^uann ,ntl Ipend w J. in..

el ^ lt-: ^ ^ ^ S ^ ^o.w' uw. ,ai.r .... .. S ^ S "", -o we re n c- t ^ H
eAd.a.rr, a anes, .rus r.a. a "et' .emer tn oJ h n d e l Stanr i uc. a rellword Fit hes e as Preow s lert latest o b idea-abtrr two and the ldren; Mrs. Mar-

iaore. oainm a the choer. an Feauci, cooperation witWl te otoaer who stis-anod that goes for Vegas-Tak My joretsV. l; Mr and Mrs. me .
AMeiet Wsat JDaei w uiwf ew d- rd r Amed. orces. Norm de. was a berttate. Ha Orte BoSComb a a Mr -r. and -
ents or ar. re: A us velina the Monday Musical a nd the T y da t s at Grable rin l- HatChr; MrDs. Can Mrls .
aSced S a tgai iaacen. a re isy re who wer wtnvte to attended ci and Mras. inL eP asue RAll dt Jon S Rdion d George R.

we-*. MI.. "rhoe" !e doB h5? ofto pSig Curudt Rewa sthe ei- Mine.. Retired O desnenr, Reel; M.. T-.a F. Ridge; 8,=.
au ., ues PThe artists s a ty mer to her ork .ot *-- ( L -i Mr and MrCs". W Dl and M. Roc
Mise ..oeres a l m.rer tol.lv wm he to tie ever strain d of e p nw th ghw ; Barl W. har; M t

Zambra. e n r. ,a' Mra. Can one ree ai. s Italy to She la sh George rcobe, retired 7- rea pule; Mr. and Mr
tom ares oat ne ihu A" re Genis presided the punchtwo bow pDavis Officer Club Thu tled the seeeh al Athawg duhr. Ma. Ra w Si *h; a M r. and Mr.

S"a W i .- tl ae other gestanude: r.8: p.m. A new policy xi be aes atl the trouiole sao Jc rl iso andElli olmeln r. ISan r le .

"lioea l e t. oor "- la tl 'Peto Cle, s, ,MP..-. tv M-.
'o.1i.te ii and Mrs,.-Richard Edmundsh or inaugur'rated and there will be clims that he retses tO talk to Hb ie i Mr sMtATe Ir. a Mr.s .
na e.., 03 I poa.a. Mr. ard ers. C. J. as, M. cash prGies. t aMrld.cs pr ie sr ues their Of Cr i, M., arc. 2 t eU; Mis. Constan e
iLuc ill Fleiken Mrs. Mar-t ----s- .. r e le N a yof I

as- a .'oo wh;w as.Bc "h s.,. r a" -.;e- Didn't Work Locjal Rote Boord ,n
my po-. n ogMu theA rs. Usl-, o,- Oi, Vs* saytr i"n- t ea, a dent ,t ol *apl; H3sdck .omb-l; "' M
WaDi"S Worl end4(c...A0e0Mrs. Wii.m Clutedr J. PS W a so ;It ras apd him i by whichN, Tes, Mto serve Ne ) f iMrOt onOla anl;
Ash ai dor,ma M.n- ,Meehan, Mrs. Wlam B _roo_1 FZu h or walking outt of- give legal authorities a ohimeeton .l; M Lan l; Al IMPvaAP ORSE
D T Me .'n f Iselm ba vow lebenNson; Mr. Omd'Mis. Paul
as10. e B allr Ther a deal n the movie was not at the ite of an b- model t the 18foot

Sl atopen daily from 9 aim. to 10 Iurners in f i aereen 'Harian's, ei wi d'sang operatio. In a su i Mrp "d. at p to t L
t u. ,.m h ,. .. iAcontracts bi thte etn st Md io y T nOo Ir vr sy. et-Coi u-_ artte rLe -o-r thda s N .ughter; l5a g roeib at lI.I.
Davd I..i 3ru r ai a ftnoyll' u tta. C he .r e y tae rt to ply Mr w Roert Jude Mareon Boyd asked hi a i and Dr. and M. Lous Hehun.
b_.uu A -.Li. WO he. .. Aua % .hO i.Arel Mc onad m Ialadnimirotot, _,.-.lew

R e we S ,,,and ch e ,.e . t-h he oa Disxend in the ir .i.n. n offices ha ltd i. n t t corrti- RecreatMon C udsittee e. P
quLe LvwD % M s s arielctaIta I -an Gibson, John i ngoodik ) Crrnly. Oa .log _. it a be thinks it swam. be., -r A5v the'.tits'rstts.A Mr. an d Mr ht@ .
mucrtii ssCarmen aaeraca, ert Emerick, John ndGa llery is an ebyMo. has InredWntitute legal scion Patach; Mr. and Mrs. Merrill

a j ". Robervertio aetT. s "t They .. ad Sa AWaught me after I haddn preWentainon ofat ah ed
u i lagu Oech .i ranged by the Canal Zdws Art Colufs gtedio .Th e word' oui a a deiiarter ; Mr. and aMrs. tou
-HoLss-Leaf coopeftatn lt 1110 u otographers-and that goes for Poret; Mr. and Mrs. ZmU9 J

eC me red O e t that lart Stack does some He recBved a scy senPee .arod d M. l f
ients Mof airs. AA or i Rfour-alaan r a ctlt at "The Hi h for moonhimfg. theM. R and Mrs. Her-.
n ne a EL r tl Cha Center. d-tt r G g B c be rt R caseher; Mr. and Mrs.
7,e of Bets Sigma Mrs. Eho residesIntP A o

w .. M e; M4 J *-,w *,.., ,.^ +. ,. *. ,Ion rd whoin b transfer. M '
P....nd meeting o oW1sRe-b dU Mro. -- Temrs F. Ridge;
buness oefven n th e to e at o iand t Wiam o .Rock- nb

S.n o n e n cr fm ir lel, o ldWinto meismad i l^ onsi- pthrW. a nMI Mr. maMr he .r an Mr

",ip"l and-in Mi n ,m' 1 -ho t Al es e M.A
Hoteli [t"ol.T I0 l, ltoeUs i T every' a dtran t h o ee, , n ,
II.dmomese ; a.. ar Al , ,. at- z Canal e L 0.,e r e- Italy : Intoot&She Cla he rGeorge br com- e,.retired 67. p S~l W U d t,
Snd -.~' b cmU b.t centn hb t i;a wrst rI i n se promised the sleadin "Tcey year-old athe M anica hur H. S ith; Mr. and ris m
ltheI or omticrrole. oBuri eal
tlire:tn Women's uhi- q ramveW' t U-I and alon and Ciarles die eeryI Frn

IntIng,-", t of ien wic ws disp A e ood ageCa M to hni b the ir st cl ta rsen irom the hospitae m e s M. i ad Mrs.. Bdps.e d tr lmgee D
1A Warsga ta Mrs. Grady "11003a In unbnu, Tmrt BlatLnu- tr abl oa an his A natie l Itof earbados.. Mrs. Bs- d RaughtLr; Mrs.
U werin sa iNMon. "-lomoyenttal A"nvenue, 'TheO h lMP fot .Dold ipyo, fr the Lone combo ,issuivd I Ma mn, I Gor- .minad; JohnA. eber;
betofnftrouoi b -ut n El V ""L~l oi ... W... Then H y quit is don, an emiplye th nam
fo e t- so on d awe jobasanagentandJoinedK Hy- Amer a o trMrs.MrandMrs. Paul J. White-
no Also' d l .re aue toward as a production aide for the Slma& ea n Mr. and Mrs.
'- y Bli ne ad Mnn TV fia-le r 'tion to sTVa grandchildren. ROl d Wickens .d

W"td "onse-tch*. fhtan Didn't Work Local R .te Board
actor: 'ITcart read him like a k JACKSON, Tenn., Mor,24U C
Tbe public invited to the.ex- but I keep 'falling alp-iathai, HUI' ,Hil W was-em sta e '
AiM10 ea JWB Gallery Tcm a deal on the, movie was not a sIi4 atthe site of an a irlse espqi uI
open dafuy nrom 9, am. burners ff ua iw is dstilling-operation. C=n id"at
oAP e y o 0 ose Irish b r9 e thicker 11No, sir,' he rep tie whon R at bo w C ~y las tUrjrR' Inight,
evr to ylw Mr Boyd
lblon f le vey obert Judge akrion-Boyd asked hIm if the voluAitsrw of t he uiumer
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As 'Sharp' As Last Fall Zulueta Wins, Lose

MIAMI. March 24 (UP) Slender Carl .. l e_
b.Erskine looks as sharp as last fall when he set a G ileS Lashes CriticiselS
strikeout record in the World Series.
The Dodger right-hander-- onh enough for the New York f Cardinals' O w ners ,
. --ho fanned 14 New York Yank- Oiants to beat the Chicago ',W-t, ,,
es In the fourth Series came-- Cubsa. 5-0, on homers by Ebba --- o -
became the first pitcher to ao St. Claire and Bill Taylor. Larry 0 -
nine innings this sprain e s h-.' Jan~sn is the winner...Warren TAMPA, Florida, March 24 baseball exnres obu resentmebt
ceat the Philadelphia Athletics. Hacker the loser. The Cleveland- (UP> President Warren lUsel of thl unfair and unjustified
0-2. Erskine gave up five hits BalTimore game scheduled for President Warren es of this unfair and unjusttedsm..
oe nd walked two. Two singesl pnd Tucson was rained out. snapped bk a ti those who as crteakin at Tampa. sri.
hiladw errors account in ted for rto h w---a i -- takin g critical aim on th own- Giles also defends baseball's
Philadelphia runs in the forth. B Ir AO er of the St. Louis Cardinals. waiver rule.. .and the weent
CainThe Doderookie Ozzie Van Bob CWS BALBOA RELAYS QUE. Giles doesn't mention any "ale of pitcher Vie Rasehl from
.Ca an. roor.zzvan STANDINGSMolra "8is" Brady, poplarl names, but It Is clear his re- the New York Yankees to the
~ elected three 1 hits. I including aeI T N Dp, S member of the sophomore clasnmarks arq directed at Senator cardinsas.
on ed three i. g Surrey 1 20 B at Balboa gh school was reJohnson enn of Colorado. national Legue bosa
.omer. ent chosen the members of hnson recently Introducd leg- he Is tired of hearing mthe waiver
"The Boston Red 8ox also re- Excelsior 3 1 1 17' hen boasen th Scheool student isolation to make baseball teams rule criticized hv ersM who-
aseived good pitching as they Morland 2 1 2 15 the alboa 'Hi School Stude owned b brewers or other in his words--"now nothing of
.shutout the Cincinnati Redlops Silver Cit: 2 1 2 15 Association as queen-for the 1954 owned interests subject to trie ts o operation orrow nthess and
2-0. Willard xon allowed only Wanderers 2 2 1 12 Balboa Relays. This will be truth lawuAugust Busch---wn-bject to advntaR its ftre never and
two hits Tom Mills 1 5 0 5 fifth consecutive year for trust lawsAugust uschown- "All wa ls clear throw the
-Brewer gave un three the rest of, Midland 0 4 1 21', Relays, and only the second ti er of the Cardinals-also i pres- "All waivers lear thropff h the
,Brew e saye ltre ssstre nk .-,M arch 2_a girl from the sophom ore class dent of a letrge brewery, (Ann- latIonal Leair se office, s aysd I
way. running his scorelpes steak March 28 a ove hnr theheuser-Buschcott.) fbgles. "a"d I have been admin-
to 17 Innings this spring. Nixon Excelor vs. Surrey Mt. has received the ted this talk bout bi com- ster the Ntioal Leae of
doubled over one run. A singIe Hope. e silver City vs. Midland Miss Brady will be assisted b merclal interests owning bal flee long enouh to know what
bv Milt Bolling. Billy Consolo's Rainbow City. Morland vs. Wa n- iel e.laay o u erson,A ^aen clubs, to the detriment of tlee is oing oon.g
double and a fly brought in the derers -- Camp Bierd. hrely Ransom on A11, s poppy- The merlen Le e.w ed
other. The stage was set for this they will present the trophies gacoc."There says muQmore evp-on Rase/," add4 OLfes "Thed
Sunday's decisive encounter be- and medals to the winner" s indence that estutenes. muchad work ev rdinals. owned b a br "The
Washington edged the Phil- tween the Surrey and Excelsior the 17 event program that will and the ability to apprastse pay-ted ort bought hiowneds contract
adelphia Phils, 3-2, as Bob clubs as both handily won their make up the Balboa Relays. ers' abilities combine to win nen- what?" .
Porterfield outpitched Rohin engagements last week. The nants, than personal wealth or Olles winds un with thl to0.(-
Roberts. Mickey Vernon"-the Surrey-Mills affair could sael- .in Udustrial affiliation ever wHI." ment. "In my opiPlon it is more
American League battI be labeled *no contest" a bowl Balboa H Athletes "Baseball and baseball own- justifiable to purchase the serv-
champion singled over the era Alfonso Critchlow (7 for 19 ers." says Giles. "re belne made ices of an established m tor
wningn run In the fifth and A. 'Chicken" Hewtt 2 for target for unustified and un- leaue performer for a high
Former .New York.Yankee12' dominated the proceedings Pomi e WS fair public criticism. P the retha It Is to pay even 1hal
right-hander Vic RasnFi turn Facsed with this overpowering ouble .nature of our ame in- the amount to an untried high
-in six impresive Inningo as St.Iattack. the Mills contingent were vites this, but it is time we in school boy."
LouisMbeatMilwaukee 6-5. The'held to 23 runs all out. urrey s
veteran pitcher gave up five sin- o 23pair neor ._r_.
gles, no walk and str ek t S "- openi Wpair. George CarrIg.tO

ad a triple-as he drovein al I fo th m. evenscalled Iton ll did
fl e Milwaukee runs. Rookie o 0 t e was the top M ltll near hoc use-cleahfing: o r onfh
-Wally Moon of the Cardinals sin-I a day. H. Walker waswthe7run s istobal Tigers. All but four of
ed and doubled off loser Bob scorer for the lors with rutchedulad events saw the ______
'9 1, who worked the first six not out. xcelsior de- Bulldogs walk away with first
&tini a^AtHeights Oval, xc or8 ade t neither of the two -
eyalan an ano eted MorlAnd by a scored were able to establish P LIoD GUEYMOU AGENCY
te a t St.Petersburg. The "B "1 scored 28 runs and N. Benlke inn the morninO field events SO" ,PL b -
~ at St. otersburg.. 27.to ace the winners. Mor- Jim May and Montavani both Huddlesta, 3 1 1 2
S two -run homer by Frank land's successful trundletwere from ,Balboa, tied in the high Teams KS 2 2 1 0 2
s. First baseman" Joe Colli Roy Waterman (4 for 33). Calju with 6-0 and Quezada, wno i5VteL 1 Pe, 3 1 3 10 0
Ssine Marh 7 with a torn tr DeSoua (4 or 27), and A fully the wayside at 5-7 drew a Gibraltar Life 6 2 Pearl, 2b
S m le-retned to fred Drakes (1 for 19). The third place for the Tigers. r 2 2b3 1 3 0 0
,atsie Mar 7wgintoh ac -torny mour'" 1 he o.2 GibraltArLleen, e co P eal,2 2b
outfielder Hank auer hs-lard players displayed eco"nstder. The Bulldogs made a clean LincolnUrfeA cy 5 2 ocAllen, cf 2 3 0 2 0 0
v'eretfroma ankesr ainable confidence as their niinhg aweep of the broad Jump event Lf I 2 0 0 0 0
third sacker Gil eDongald onened. This however was soon with Ovis lea ing for a 19-3 Elk1 I 4, rf 3 0 0 0 0
eed a foot inuy and in nged as the bowling of Mal- finish followed y May, 18-11 and Police rice, ce 3 0 o 7 0
le r Andy Carey has a pulled ci Perch and As1to1 i Camp- E Napoleon. 18 /. The Tigers Ba y rDA ~ ,eu ULTS -
leg mu ,! scle, r bell took a steady tal. Per ed no compete or he eymour A ny [ 1
vy hitters took ever aS took the first four wikets and polevault and two Balboa HighDA
S hlearo hit Sex beat 'ArPd six wickets for 25 runts athletes, Jeffries and Huff each Sar vs. re by Inni
S f 9-. The Titers eouthit while Cm mnbell gained four for went over at 1-8 for another in the
Wbito 8S, 13-1t. but #aon. 27. A. Drakes batted forcefully Bulldoi sweep. I*eymour hoc stae in h lki 1414 100 000-1 4 01
vsep on base. The ir in runi. followed -bY S. Jody Roberson of Cristobal race for the half ao by 1
istagged lover Ned' FronklIn 11, apd R. Waterman, High, favorite In the discus ts- downing the ks 6, k to _t e,
-rfo- r seven rupm In sil 10 not out. In. ave the Tigers their first day afternoon. It lotks like Winning pitcher: Parson t4.-
ag, Including a two-run At camn Blerd, BivY r City E. winner with a 122-10 tos aFul.- three-way battle between earigh 1) Losg pitcher: DesLondes
omer ~ Wlard Ma.rhahl '.M. lod by' V. 'Brown -i- 28, OWIpd ton and Camubell of BalboA took Gibraltar and Seymour rg -7). Struck out by Pearson 7,

I tlon 6.0. Chuck Harmon cl"b rep'led with 95 for 6. at the ran off with the 100 ard ash thread In the first wb hen Foes dieston. Umpires: Ridr v and
o ie r incinnatl. Art 'l of tiwe. Archie Brathate despite a disappointin 10.4. red their only ran ter, Scorer: Mead. Time of
ler fos the winner, starred for Wanderers as -he Tuttle also negotiated the 220 hit in the fifth when Jackfe 1' gamTOe: 1:02.
pI, eone game was played In lay ge out B runs. Norman yard dash in 23.6 for a first place Vore beat out a slow ol/ler 1 .- _o u-
Ar and that wa called Kin scored 1. not out, aid Al- there too and ran the last leg of front onf the plate. Pearson re_- A Te al
r six inning by rain. It wt s bert o ere, 12. the 880 yard relay that the Ti- tired seven men o. n strikes an g Th Foir
2,- --e w--n-i-- gers won in 1:41.4. These and issued only one base on bais,
SRoberson's discus winner were racking up his fourth win in
the only first place finishes for five starts. GOLFINu AOSRIP PROM TE
Sam i t ofo r me Cristcbal during the day. Danny D.sTl nde went all the APLtADOR LADnE
SCoffey from Balboa igh took way for the bElks retirti seven
S- Ham 0 the 70 yard high hurdles Ir 10:- matters on strikes and ivin. rt Last Thuraday the "One Ball"
rt i .r._tArt, .Ah3.5. Newcomer to Cristobal track four walks and eleven base l111 To rnmament was Ton by Aimen
Sw outing in actual competition, was had erect tre for three at re ws second witha nt
,* * A lose behind, onish ng the disthehe 2late tn lead the wtwt' The pei prieF" was: for the
Sg tance in 10.4. th u l d dim Allen chioeed ein oith moat na' on the par 5 hole
I a! F ea p. it inrDeGroat from the Bulldou In three tries. V e rt. and war we by Lu Go
r b 80 team easily of h secon the mle Weale lerr CoMan with in-Than rted w TheswhMt yhe a
So-- 2 nr4His time of 5: though anot dle a tnd i1s Oerdia s th balln w uiie lusT hat wth
dy .oMIKec se ANDON a e T 2 2 0 wner, fo f' rsthplae iss from e teis thtAor ha i h fitno autI n o

Had. TAND2bINom P at Oieh fm h b see abe the d 10 e a r |holda tht e aher In-h
S.. Ia t NEJO. of Cristboal, 4I.1 and Ravborne i on 2iTreld e ealte

STs e reoae Chase. r rt 3 and Rtdgers added to the Bull- e nten lne tem t- resti game, and we hope toS
't Rosxer, lb 2 0 0 dogs laurels with a first place in The hx srtr seve a large group of les
|ttlng Palomas snatch- Chassn 2 0 o the 880 yard run. g ule rh cutting e s n
3 thriller from Million. c 3 0 1ablaseThe PutnRin br started on
S eterDned Conej os Tuesday p J.C.-BalHboa at Mt. Hope 4Vore.ct 2 0 1 2 0 Marlh r Will continue t inti A-
i ISn In a tight 9-8 battle. Totals 2 g Ttomtorrow DenLondest 3 0 0 i p ts 1. There are wtheral clote
eFnthuseastc crowd witness- G. PALOMAS .ni t d la Gldia, as a 1. 1 1 0 scare posted on this TournS-
the exciting game between winkloky s 4 1 2 Tomorrow fternoon at Mt Pajak, Sb 3 0 1 ment
tadional rivals as ethe Co- Hotz. c h 1 Hope stadium te Junior College .- Corrig 1 *
m.d.four runs . oea r 2 1 1 00ES w f ltckes ao.c te Tiers J. Hemn ,lb 2 0 rosictw1ve entrant. for the
Sminnn. Curdts, et 2 1 i Due to a f shortage of available Ptoud-or. 2b n 0 0 ping B'htdicap' Tburnament
the Conlos again scored in Chism 3b 2 1 0 tlent on bth squads. and in Cro,. 2b 2 0 0 1 ae advised thSt an 18 hole
S of the second with an- Schneider. lb 3 2 2 prticular in Junior College, sev- itt, m 2 g0 0 0 o qualbylg tound must be played
Sor talle Nwhile the Pa- Hatrhett. If 2 1 1 eral of the events will have to Tilley, rf 1 0 1 0 between April 8 to 11. The
S0mas started crowding when| xpedersen 0 1 o be left oft the schedule. How- P nI round tst be iy-
shoved seven across the Harley 5 0 0 ever, the few athletes that J. C. 2u 1 4 1 in threesounse but it as not
I late in the bottom of the same. I;rbier a 0 has been able to field will be -- -- neceary that ae l oe ayers In the
S. rValentine. b 3 0 1 aure o mke a ood account of threesome be entered tl the
Te score remained tied for themselves when they meet the L I an Thurnament. M tr. Bob Lombrola
hte fourth inning and the Co- Ttl a Tigers at Mt. Hope. ainhnW I TV y generousel donated .a prise
m failed to better their 9 Two tuts wahen winning run i rmealst (low t .
I the top of the fifth but scored. C ,;The tournament wl be tn
ia shorstop Winklosky xrwo outu when winning run Spo 'St horties rTr. Played tef .r ..,tt
S led home the winning 4 run xPeersen ran for 2atchett in n.efort e % aicp. Tmeree wil be atwo
fr0 aseond base with two outs h p I rl arie d forl ewach fights U.bbA.
1to nd the ball wich w a-s 8eoi b3 lealas t'Ilqs will be based except where
lled because of me -B. Conejos 440r0. One of the ost tccesaful local diles aply, Any infraction
L On. The win outs the Palomas Pomao 071 01-9 2 baketb c6tach e in the coun-I of rulte. willewst In lee t
Tak eoppa t L e-lay- chasrin, Mn1on chase uTie ay t dnh eState. BALL LEAGUE ftrred to the Tournament oat-
i bylbn e t- d ogloma 2 (Curdt. HarIey) hrea oftrswho has a T bo I mittee. Cadd cartep may g pe d
-for = .Pal uaI tted I. nvdlna reoRrdf 26 wt d only 84.. I a1

and was knocked out in the Winklosk Loez Curdts 2 loe intn years ofi coecht, Teata W m P'- maynot be a Tourn4.1t
itaninsg. aer Schneider. Hatchett 2, -Vale aso 4 2 .rTW -tII r ramidiesas ofb3A rt
a in ut out the nreine. Three-base hits: HayCdn 2 to taA over as h lla 3 te ed All final ia 0
Ing the assignment allow- toen bas: hs iHayden 2.

t y aw d too a hd Powel are 3 Stedby i as
only two hits and nIto Duble oI?' Ryte- A< begsOoalsc bBn 1 4 30 All

T.De walked two t.Barb er 4, t. Hi t rralla.Hare m se e.Umefr talWi
ok ut four men and giving TeO tan mt o g rl a Sholepplayan the flt- ot
out ou enh an 4/ Interfbberence by catch- a nSeaSet Lkes Naval t- Cerveeeria Geonal outslu arire a be pS ed wtrb
(9-1 1, Coneie hurler! er: Mi lion., Left on bases: C -P w ens Ou ae 134 yutsday prmrlbgd t r eomnleto.
l onetoo 5. Pajamas 5. Bases on aAttu onesyohe achot1ke vr the adepm Of at each roN.
the way. pitchingSa; balls: off Harley 6 is Barbe 0,moed tto a*U ef" ho w to take Rain tbo lwdcsMajoe ofat ebroaen t ae
t 4 yden0 Hts: w., Tourna t Cars ob was the wIt- da
i, ._ ,.for Ar. uns to 1-1/3 in.0ru s nltS :? 'a" I.S .
weetop.stickmen' 3-213 arden 9 for 9 run0-I in ,br.yfiured In basket- the ko. Api i M riay, . AMU
,-2/.....t.by. ....b by: ,,p we um t sports w"th thme for t n. was te .....t.her.Is a1 111w
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lando ulueta has learned '

Zulueta scored, a m c ".
decision over Dennis a Brady wto r B
Monday ightew York buti 7:0 a
'was Wio and lom et thal he lost Am iPrl4-1 '5, is g

.te .1a two rotmds when he the Pactic A |' Btan .. I ,
tired visibly. Matchmaker Terry R i5
Brenner says he will have Bra- The Psclfle All Stars boast a , II
any back for a return bout but starting -u bourne '
nothing was said about the fu- wifbe behind the' He isM [
ture of Zulueta. one of the best eate In the w w ,
In the Ight heavweight divl- allyt a e- iftt PbItKe
saon. seventh-ranked Danny will be Jerry a an excel-
Narco predicts e will stop lent flnt fleldin firt baan and
Charley Norkus tonight in Mia- clutch hitter to boot. AUOUSTA Oa., Mar24
mi Beach. The ex-Marine Is out -Retirin ten s star
for revenge following his T-K-O Lou Dedeaux. second to Ed Na- Budge ai .today that fell
at the hands of Norkus last Jan- noleon in batting, will olad see- professional Rlch- "Ppasnc]
uary. Narafco says had him ond base. 'His rule throws to Gonzales" looks lure the
out once during the fight, but home and first ale hard to player In the wor right new
the bell saved him. This time it beat. At shortstop will be L i dy Pudhge, who announced Sat
will take more than the bell." Strike's sparkplug. O'Lee, who a he was steppn out of
n London, heavyweight chal- man ytlmes eomes un with a hit JackKramer proesonal tro
longer Roland La Btarza had the when needed and to playing a t return to s Job at the Ta
crowd buszin during a five- brilliant ahorta. Tennis Club In ew York. s
round workou n fOr his March 30 good position to know.
bout with Don CockelL The on- At third will be DIorlo. His
lookers were impressed with his smooth handling of theball and He said he has won only v
harp punhing and -solid de- hitting prowess stand up well. of 48 singles and doubles mth b
fense against. sparmates.. fes since he has bedn with
wil.-tke -ore-ha-- In left fiel wll be E Nipo- tour and "I'm Just about co
.l..eon, lea g leading? g itter, a vinced that the com petlton
ports Briefs ower hitter and las" fielder too fast for me now.
JBaklng him up in center field The former amateur ace l
ewill Rbe Larry Jones.. another won the U.S. and Wimble
S... -nower hitter and excellent field- singles crown In d1du-s. and

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By United Press
(LAUREL Maryland) A
four-year-old bay colt. named
"Stars Shine" led al the way to
win the Sandy Springs Purse at
Stars Shine- owned by W. L.
Nutter crossed the finish two
lengths ahead of "'Bean Marchy."
"Shady Tone" ran third in the
field of seven. I
Jockey Walt Blum rode Star
Shine over the mile and one-16th
in one minute. 468 and three-
fifth seconds. The track was
fast. It was Blum's thirfwinner
of the dyo, Star ShineTaid $8,
$4.80 and $3.20.

Quarterback Eddie Lebaron
has jumped the Washington
Redskins to -lay for Calgary in
the Canadian Pro Football
LAague. Calgary's coach is Larry1
merin, who had LeRaron at
lege otf Pacific.
NEW YORK -. Majority leader
Joseph Sharkey of the New York
C tly c cil y he will intro-
duce a bill to close down Aque-
duct, Jamaica and Belmont
Park race tracks.
Sharkey says he also. will in-
troduce another bill next Tues-
day, calling for the track sites to
be used for housing projects.
Sharkey made his plans known
after the city council passed a
law taking only a two per cent
cut of the track parimutuel
handle. In the cast, New York
City had received as much as
five per cent.

er. so took he doubles title with
Gene Mako those same years,
In right feild. the nod Roes to Isad- Gonzales US. a Ingles
1ill Martin, a clutch hitter who chamn in 11048-49. has "an over-
knows how to handle hls posi- powering serve."
tion. ..
"Most people overlook how
On the bench, there will be good he and Francisco Se*ura
.Tim May, outfielder and clutch are because they joined the tour
hitter, ernere Herrin. another when Kramer was the best end
outfielder who pVmo bits in the he beat them regularly," Budge
clutch; I una, Womack Whtis- said. "But right now. I'd ?av
wey's atcgher whose arem and Donzales As the best in the
throws to second are hard to *world."
beat: William* Carlin, Jr.: the '.-
substitute first baseman, who Budge said. h' thought the
ranks a lose second to Jerrv "eagerness to i1n.b,to prO
Halsall; Dick COS, substitute they are the best" in thl youn-
shortston. is a mean flAefr .nd er player such qs Oo*es. Se-
good hitter, a"d Buddv'VOlz.. jat rura 'and Auit Frank
all-around. Ho can, apvarentlv sed a t their
plav any .osit.on qquallv well suecq ,"
and hits whenlte pressure is on. M'f' lo u ing to
S.. : '_ .:.' .. ,wi, b.t onlv to play an well as :
on the mound will be starter coldd" the Jqear-old tennis
Will Pretto with an 8 and 4 rec- ace tsid.
ord and a season high' of 92
strikeouts. His era 0.97 in 14 Budge salio he understood
games played in. Frank Kovacs,.would take bia
. olace when he givl up the tour
"W eblfI rne, wl4th a. and 2 in Jac M tomorrow
won and ptS mark, n his de- night. r h decided to
ceptive wud-ur and 'itches. His state wh will th redhead's
earned run average being 1.05 in snot but eomd-
13 Ram"e. ers aoI-amnd the
Louis Charles. Balboa HtWgh Budge, who will be resident
Reho4e alcehitcher, with sk 4 and prq and ananageror the Town
0 record and an earned run av- Tenhlis Club, Said he will play
erage pf 0.81 in 6 games. Lambert in a tournament "here and there
Montavani follows him for the just to keep my hand In."
mound. Lambert pitched good
ball. but had little support be- "I think I can still play well
hind bhim. His earned "run aver- enough to rlve the younger tel-
are is low. 1.21 in 7 games. lows a pretty-atiff ram',"
Conrad. who pitched for Wo- He, added that he and 8edg-
mack Whiskey has a deceptive man would defend their world
left handed side arm pitch. He. vrofeossonal doubles title at
too, has pitched good ball, but Wimibledo. .
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Uansas City tod a', md
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layermissead athefrst
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play i tthe f shot Is.
it's converted, the player g
second shot
The old -rule rewarded In
ficiency-by ving the ylaer a
other try. new rul reward
the good free-throw shooter. 0
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rules In the book calk Q
new set- p "a bonus."
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change. Coach Tpy e
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we need." Hank Iba of Okh
home A&M says he "thinks
will help." Bruee Drake of Okb
home says the new rle w
make the penalty for foull
more severe. Drake was re-ele4
S ILL ed chairman of the rules dco
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for the first 37 minutes of t
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will be layed under the press
rule calA 0 for two free throa
for all ifomu.
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Zqharias totals her record.
breaking 70 after the second
round of the Augusta Women's
Titleholdenr Tournament. Scom
was a mark for al profess
sionals. (N A)

TriaTgular Track
Meet This Friday

At Balboa Stadium
Balboa Stadium will be th
scene for a triangular tract
meet this Friday afternoon whei
teams from the 504th FA, Mill
tary Athrletic Club and 'Balbo
High School take to the track:
and field. The first field event
will start at 3:45 and the tract
events at 4:15.
This will be the first test Ao
the military -boys, and shdWc
give them a good chance to fint
out about sope of their boys
The regulatpVtogram of event
will be heldexcept that only one
relay race Qill be run, and that
Is the half mile relay.
For the Bulldogs from Balboa
High this W1 be thiir final tune
up prior to their two bit meet
of te season. On April 2, they
will engage 1 the annual Inter
scholastic League meet, and then
wind u the season with the big
one. the Balboa Relays. The
Bulldogs are defending title
holders in this one, and right
now still rate the favorites role.
In Friday's get together, both
the Military Athletic Club and
the 504th will do a lot of experi-
menting with their men to see
how they will shape up for the
best combination in te forth.
coming Balboa Relays. Both
teams will have boys in the great
majority of events, with the
S804th being strong In the sprints.
broad ump, high ump, half
mile. shot put end discus. They
halvemen in these events that
will be right up there when the
winning laoeas are picked,.
The Military AC. ha apoten-
tial first place in almost every
event. They will be unusually
strong In e field events with
Clrence ethaneourt in the
,va t .Bob otem in the heth
J a and juml p a d Vie
WSw In shot and dsews.
PE ware vlted to come out
and see this meAt Friday after-
noon. Thers wi be o e-
Uhe an exm nt o
to1 e man y o the U tprn







Foa En trance
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Te ts 4..Wou NowK N

KOKVnJi.L5J iep,,.

beir school tam
V d Fe
folk 1&a view of0ch%
otorety, whether true or false.
ey r i that the firstSory
a the one that sticks, even if
denied and eventually.. proed
Ellen's heavy blat was di-
rected at Vanderbilt for alleged-
. "trying out" the boys while
ey were visiting the Vander-
bilt campus.
Ouepe qulcky declared this
was not the case. The boys told
their.coach they donned sweat
suits and went through, a work-
o u t. Obviously, somebody is
wrong. If a tryout were held, the
NCAA might move in an start
Tryouts were legal until three'
years ago. Schools throughout
the lan gave the youngsters a

Isw r ey dan quafuy ior a "lree
ride" through the university.
After all, the genius has not
yet appeared who can make a
slow boy run fast, or who can
ave youngster a quick reac-
Football tryouts got a bad
name because many sahobli
s nrimmaged the rookies, gave
thm something of a "going
Such tryouts aren't necessary
at a. Mos ches, however, do
favor the speed-and-reflex try-
out, even though the NCAA per-
mits them no more.

tPirates Can Leave Cellar
o If They Use Mining Hats
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at By Ar aB oRATSOM

FORT PiaCS, Fla. March 24
(NBA) The Brooklyn and
Pittsburgh training camps at
one-time Navy bases are only 15
miles apart.
But Vero Beach, where the '
Dodgers hold forth-all 500 of
them-= a a dateline and then
some away as far as talent 'is
I'1'he only difference," says
Pred Haney of the Pirates, "is
ballplayers. "
Here Is the most striking ex-,
amole of the inequality of base-

the two liniment dspensares
best illustrate how one outfit
can be ,allowed to go completely
to pot while another strength-
ens Its Dolttl as a power. _t
The Bugcaneers would run t

The Bucs are imposedd entre- .. and the Meham aIl
ly of 0t1aded younsters and liand the wMhatm shahl
payers Whh~yse been tried too h 5t 1
When the multi-millionalre
owners decided that upward of t 31 games with the Pelicans.
$500,000 in bonuses for fussy- f9 an excellent judge as Bill
faced kids was plenty In view of Myer. the veteran manager now
decreasing a t t e dance, arid serving a consultant, says
Branch Rickey could no longer Country Al will make plays on
spend other people's money, te which the Incumbent, Dick Cole,
Mahatma's youth program be- couldn't come lost.
came a bit incongruous with the Curt Robertr as the first Negro
acqultltlon of such old pappy ever to appear on a Pittsburgh
guys as the 39-year-old catcher, roster. Andy Cohen, the old 01-
Walker Cooper. and 35-year-old ant infielder, discovered Rob-
Bid Gordon, who Is to be aimed erta, 24-year-old product of Oak-
off as a third baseman at Forbes land, Calif., in Mexican winter
Field. ball. He spent three campaigns
To keep the club solvent. Gen- with Denver, where he hit .291
eral Manager Rickey peddled last trip and set a modern West-
Ralph Kiner. Murry Dickson and er League record for assists by
Dannv O'Connell for -something a second basenmai, 468.
like $350,000 and an assortmel. ---
of Ivory, reduoi the rol The Pirate t"le*t*hnd
oretan somewhat In the fis hitting outfleldr Jerry Lynch
two cases, from the Yankees. The Worla
Ricke definitely had to dis- Champiops' front office did not,
rupt ihis re-ostfUotlo pla -in nuPect thadth majors league en-
disposinof Oonnell, whowill ry would at B. le r, so
at least. alternate it second baee nonchalantly elevated the 23-
for the Braves dnd at 27 was the y -ld LYnch, with two years
m lmtS 4iyerve behind him,
ek MoreO dle like that arid theo KKuns City, row which the
n only way Rickv will get the -I .Bs lted him for sWiond
rates out of the cellar is with profession, Lynh, ot of
a miners' hats, equipped with the Baginaw, Mich.N led the Pied-
: brightest lamps. mn Lich., led the t ed-'
Several of Rickey's bonus ha-M t Lea e In" batting. .333a,
Sbies-notably" shortstop Dick 320' do~ t, 33: and triplbaes,22.
Groat-remain in the armed 20: dub es, 33: and triples 22
forces, yet the Fort Pierce head- I lt e otd 2 ,e u o thruns.
d quarters is not without its prom- Y don't t la up on those de
d ising notes. ne e cso not it least until the day
Manager Haney expires to t tomomW.
show up Ithbrnd new du- Vernon Law, who could pitch
A up flna[th for n when hde lefti back from the
e Die play combfinautio.or exam "._,< >n>,. **, ^*u,_ ..-_
Sple. It would be compoed rvce. There are other sharp
SOair Roosevelt Allie and Cu Ads aroun, including three or
SBenjamin Roberts. The Pirate can use them all,
rtei ,. .. m and then soine, especially with
M ,le Is a abi Wake r mt im- ra, fwik' contract h for
nus, a left field pull hitter who .rmea t k co trac .. :
whacked 20 home runs In 65 rnewa next year.
g ames in NOm Scot.i before all
but shortstopping New Orleans ar
to the Southern Association eon-
nant In 1952. his maiden effort
t in organized ball. Breaking his
SanPkle while training in Havana
last spring, Allie was confined
SIll Question: Are there any "dou-
SISi l lUw m i n .ble petaltles" for rules infrac-
tlong? Prank Philbain, Chani-
Was 'Halved' By ,P e.. .Is
.Tribe Qite gs
Asswer: I||M Bo One e susapleais
the eia. a wie ft U

SWlUiAMSBURO, Vsa. March ase tft turi f i wna l or
X4. (MM2) WUilm and "cmee" play. A balks eaed,
Mara 1944 beutetbiU team habs tti th batter a b ase.
a peculiar notation on its recordL. What did Steve Buiko hit
It shows that the Tribe lost to for the Cardidnai lest yWadl
Duke 6W-13, at Durham MN. C.- hbow many homers did o IBet-
and efeasted Chestan, 81-30 on A. Sil b hi ..51, aw a t I
Its home court on the 03 nhi of lew 01119
Febrary 25th. n. What did Casm Michael hit
The record l correct. It allW ag year?-Oeorge Tobin, Lynn,
started when the Cheatan rame Mas. I
was sbedauled. The Tribe didn't A. MebdlB, the mew Chloags
fgurr to make the Souther sem d bm easa. hit .Sl forte
Cbftfrne tourner. At the lest %
miW how s. a was Invited. W 9t did Roky lNeb the
hae the sonAe leems or a hi
1 M baift sa Drhm aS, 3O mt a ul agh, WatSer
-5'- ..be~.

S.- Maaria ifwltla League AM STA
I 'l sto M Week 2n4tJ.altf
ei. ." -.; R i "'K Whk's Hatl
S. The Legue Is still tied up the White Batz
eMer's uox .: ,I n .*B White Hate replaced the Powell's Powell's
ran Uquido .143 teamIn the first place tie with Ace's
S ,.. the k' Wright Bros. Z
iUTXM&i cr Oallgad took all tour polntasPost Office
Firemen' rom the Post Office team by
Sa ring the pina for a b 633 WIBTE TSU
B_ se:: ries. gPo ain jme of 22,00, Cieplela 18I I
BUt.t and211, his&seris was the df- Breckel 120 150.
.. ference in the White Hats win- Shanahan 138 186
In onT of best d ning all four or only one point. Armntrout 181 174
games of the season, Lou il- That l if h had only bowled oalliran 222 200
te chuckt for n srem n Hs average. Hf 3 was good Handicap 4 4 I
ZUlszan e, beated i John Pls- for class A honors well a set-
ro, toeiag th rubber for CAA, ting a new high !or this half. an t 8
y ore of 4 to 4. Armintrout was next for the vs. POST OFFIOB=
Dick 0, the short stop for Hats with M15 while Hogan led Wallace 147 17
CAA, and lead off man In the the PO with 535. tepp 132 140 1
otp of the flrst frame, threw a The Elk's, knocked Powell's out Olick 180 I
scare Into the Fireman's when of first place by taking the last Brown 1i 152
he doubled and on the throw to three points after losl the Hogan 166 191
second the ball evaded the e- first game. This dropped Pow-
man and Cox hampered allthe el's back to third place while 793
way in to take a one run lead maintaining their own position
for the Aero lub. Ithehe tie for first. Steward hadACE'S
.Flreen'a Insurance cme a fine 582 to pace the Elk'aand inney 157 154 1
back In th bottom of the first and the class B Bowlers whileHirons 144 159 1
to go ahead thred to one when Collins 504 was high for Powell's ptilson 200 188
MeArthur walked, went to sc- and.the class C bowlers. Benaen 149 191
ond on a wild pitch and scored The Ace's moved up a notch Anderson 144 206
on a single by Larry Jones. Lar- by winning three points from
ry stole second and Pecod the Wright Bros. Plbg. team. 794 g7-
reaehed first on a fielders choice This means that the two teams
when Cor made a gallant pick- Just change places with the v WRIGHT BROS.
up at short but the runner Ace's In fourth and the Plbrs. Butz 142 18
Jones, was safe at third. Both in fifth. Bensen and Anderson Wlkingstad 169 1486 1,
Jones and Peacod crossed the Id the Ace's with 529 and 527 Armstrong 162 160 i
plate with the second and third while Butz was high for the Dugan 142 157 1!
runs on a double by A]. Husted. Plbra. with 489. Larrabee 141 143 1
The Firemen's added another Handicap 22 2 M
run In the second but were held WEEKLY PRIZE WINNERS Handicap 22
scoreless thereafter. After the 811 ig
Initial burst of one run In the Class A-Oalligan 633 -
first, CAA boys failed to dent Class B--Stewrt 582 ELK'S
the plate until the seventh Clan C-Colllna 504 Stalica 146 144 1:
frame when Platro singled, stole Fortner 102 168 lw;
second and scored on a single by 6 Kraka 194 18M 1
d ones TOP TEN Robinson 169 168 1T
H singer. the winner was (21 or more games) Stewart 192 197 1*
charged with two runs on seven Games Avg.
saftlet He rave up no free pas- Gilligan 67 183- 6 863 s $4A
ses and retired seven men via. Hogan 81 181-39 vs. POWELL'S
the strike out route. Bensen 47 179-20 J. Wright 181 145 140
Plstro. the loSer, was tagged Robinson 78 175-53 Martin 129 1568 12
with six hits and two bases on Larrabee 72 175-24 C. Wright 123 155 II11
balls. and fanned five of the V. Anderson 72 174-19 Nordstrom 166 138 14
Firemen's. Armintrout 78 174-14 Collins 193 150 1
Wallace 78 173-14 Handicap 60 60
The bon score: Spinhey 46 172-39
SHiron 81 168-78 852 8047
NameA R H

Cox, as
Caney. 2b
MalOen. Sb
Tarflinver, lb
Koslk. If
Hobart. rf

Kellaher, cf
Jones, c
*Struck out for
**Struck out for
McArthur, lb
Jones, ef
Hilzinger. p
Pestod. 3b
Husted. Al., Sb
Turner, If
Dunn, c
Neckar, s
Lacey, rf
Score by
Firemen's Insur.

4 1 1
3 0
3 0 2
.3 0 0
% 2 0. 0

2 0 0
S1 0

3 0 1
3 0
3 2 7
Hobart in 7th.
Kelleher in 7th.
2 1 1
3 0 0
3 1 0
3 0 1
3 0 0
3 0 0
3 0 0

25 4 6
100 00 1-2
310 000 x-4

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ettrsaotaeo uarenteed. '

NO VWINNER$ HERE-It's clear sailing on a md ,
only when youre ahead Jocks Al Tryon, James Lay
Rewoe isto, left to right, give plenty of proof their mounts
with thpackin race at Gulftream Park. Tryon was last
I wheeled his mount in second and Sisto was fourth.

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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" -Ab

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GOP Tax Vote Lineu1

Solid Against Deep I

WASHINGTON, March 24 (UP) t.xreduction bill today, with a
.-.en. Eugene Millikin (R-Coco.) vote expected later this week.
sad today he expects GOP sena- A responsible Senate source also
Sline up "pretty solidly" said he expects five or six Decmo-
Democratic proposals to crats to break party lines and sup-
'ederal excise sales taxes stand against another Democratic
a the proposed 958 million move to cut personal income taxes.
i year. Millikin, chairman of the tax-
de the statement as Sen. writing Senate Finance Committee,
Douglas (D-111.)proposed said after a two-hour conference
else taxes on automo- of GOP senators he feels the ex-
household appliances and cise tax measure approved by his
equipment. The Senate is committee will pass the Senate
to take up the excise before the end of this week "Just
about as it is."

SW. French

in Sanla na
W. French, retired Pan-
ial employee, and former
kown resident of Balboa.
Santa Ana. California
I 21 according to word re-
i here. He was 72 years old.

matruction day employee
rench first came to the
* in 1905 from his home
I Toledo, Ohio and work-
s clerk with the Commia-
ivislon of the Isthmilan
Commission at Mount
r the Canal was built, Mr.
was transferred to the
Department and was em-
lIn the administrative of-
Gorgas Hospital until
Len he retired from Ca-
ftlce. At the Ume of his
lent, he held the position
W AtratIve Assiatent with
th ureau
*r his retirement. Mr.
went to the States and
I' past several years has
iklnki his home in Santa
ng him Aire his wife and
s. Archle, Jr.. an em-
Mrhe Ppcific Locks at Pe-
NPel: John of Hampton.
8; Robert who lives In
Arizona: William of
California and a
z ona. who is now llv-
Btate Collee. PenrLvlva-
* Is plto survived by a
r M. W. Reach of Crlst6-

Ties will be helc
i Santa Ana. Call-

A House-approved bill would re-
duce excise collections about 912
million dollar a year. The Senate
Finance Committee raised this fig-
ure to 958 million.
Douglas offered amendments
to cut exdces by an additional
400 million dollars.
They would reduce the tax on
automobiles from 10 to 7 per cent.
eliminate the 10 per cent tax on

household appliar.ees, and cut front
10 to 5 per cent the tax on radio
TV equipment.
He said the additions are "bad
ly needed to give relief" to man)
people and to "release consumer
purchasing power" to stimulate the
sale of automobile, and so-called
durable goods.
Most Senate Democrats favor
the excise bill.
But they also are backing a
proposalby Sen. Walter F.Reorge
(D-Ga ) to cut personal income
taxes by raising exemptions from
$600 to $800 this year and to $1,
000 in 1955.
A Democratic proposal to boost
the exemptions to $700 was defeat
ed in the House by six votes.
Defection of five or six Demo
posal when it comes to a vote in
posal when it corres to avotein
the closely-divided Senate some
weeks from now.

HIS PRI' NOT BROKEN-Joe Diehl has been conined to
a Cleveland. hio, h-spilal for mnre thar, 28 years. but he hasn't
let thew IMol16 wasle He has a basement rubb) hole where he
Isend bih i repairing sriss, orsblood pressure instruments and
be pltal equipment Diebhl bhas been in the hospital since
& 1 t 11Ih faom a tree aud broke his back m three plaeet.
, -. '.. ".

"Tex and Mary Watson" In their romantic duets.

PACIFIC-SIDE ZONIANS will be entertained at the B<
Minstrel show will strut its stuff, beginning at 8 p.m.
pected to tour the Pacific side, stopping on various s
boa tomo row is the first to be held on the Pacfic Si,
ous Elks' charities. The black-faced minstrels packed
and will give a return performance at the I

SHayrnes Suspects
nc'nired "Ouster;

NEW YORK, March 24 (UP)- Ha1,ymes seemed "*disturbed and
Dick Haymes and Rita Hayworth worried."
asked friends in Washington today Haymes later talked to report-
to find out who "Inspired the gov- ers and appeared untroubled.
e J inment deportation at ion a- Miss Haywrta pe..ed over
P ^^ ^^ i w againstt the Argentine-born crooner, hi. shoulder but qeiy dkeI
Bare Crum, attorney for the back out of sight
S|singer Tad his red-haired actress Someone asked Haymes how he
Sm wife, charged that "interested par- felt.
ties brought pressure on the gov- "The same as always," he said.
ernment" to deport Haymes and Crum then appeared and said
A L C u t |sabotage his six-month marriage Rita wanted to tell the press:
to Rita. "There's something rotten in these
"There are parties who want to proceedings. I'll stick by him to
S- see this marriage broken- up," the end."
Crum said. The lawyer said Miss Hayworth
Icral UW ILr flOu, Miss Hayworth said she would had asked the help of Sen. William
i- IU lW IVIl R, VUI stick by her trouble-plagued bus- Langer (R-ND), chairman of the
y band "to the end." Senate Judiciary Committee and
r ea wrm iii a Ejan Attorneys already had filed an described by Crum as a personal
e VI A I1liJcl Im IU Dappeal oC-the deportation decision friend of Rita.
S and said they would fight to the Crm said ashe requested the
-h rl lin |Supreme Court if necessary to re- Senator to obtain the Justice De-
OverBUS Killings verse t. Crum said. te case might apartment files on Haymes' case
be tied up in court for as longa-ito determine just who was back
a JERUSALEM, Israel, March 24 four years. of the "inspired" charge. di
e (UP) The tense armistice be. Inimigration officials ruled to-. S. immigration ditrit drthe
tween Jordgn and Israel entered day the Argentine-born s in er tor Herman Landon announced the
a new period of crisis today must leaVe for his native land or decision to deport Haymesin Los
when Israel announced its walk- whatever country will accept him Angeles atter reading a report by
out from the Jordanian-Israelil because h ifegally re-entered the Special tory officer 4 osue P h
Mixed Armistice Commission U. S. from Hawaii after a trip Dummel. The ru'n -"as released
t was "permanent.", there to woo Rita. simultaneous y en. Her-
i Haymes, already plagued by in- bert Brownef Jr. n Washington.
A government spokesman said com taxS troubles alimony pay-. I his ruling, Landon explained
the ommission'sa indecisive ac- ments and evicted from a house in that 1aymes broke the law when
Stion had created "situation of Conectlout. heard the newest bad he returned from Hawaii June 7.,
n extreme gravity" because the news in the suite of a New York 1063, because he was an alien in-
n armistice arrangements proved hotel. eligible for citizenship. .
e Incapable of preventing a "want- he new McCarran-Walter Act
on onslaught.'' Crum predicted the appeal Brvide that such allies can
would prevent the government 1 the co etryj t U caunet r
Israel acted after Its efforts fro i actually deporting Hay mes Un.
to pin blame on Jordan for the for from two and eOe-hag to Landon said Haymes became in-
ambush of a bus at Soorpion fowr -rs e eg. ble for citaenahil when he
Pass in the Negev Desert failed The singer, Miss Hayworth and filed an application or draft ex-
when the American representing her .two children, Yasmin by Aly empUon as a citen of a neutral
the United Nations refused to Khan and Rebecca by Orson country, Argentina.
ost his tie-breaking vote. Welk. were romping with their At the time he uiPned a paper
Eleven bus passengers. two of boxer dog in the 1otel' suit here giving up all future claim to US.
them women, were killed and whek lawyer David C. Marcus citizenship.
two others were Injured serious- telephoned them the news from The ruling als found t h a t
ly when the bus was ambushed Los Angeles LHaymes was deportable for failing
in the Negev Desert near Beer- "I'm orry to hear that, but I'm to eep the Jstie Department in-
sheba March 17. Just beg ng to fight," the attor- formed of his current address last
The Is ell spokesman said re- ney quoted Haymes. Marcus aaidyear.
suits of te Commission's acti on -- ---------

of the Arab country Senate ee s GOove
ysuredl.siven n froriminal e ner.
lence that it is possible to exe-
cute schoutrages w ith I-To Boot New e ico s Chavez
(At United NaUons headquar-/ OBoo1 W ICO S aveZ
ters in New York, Lebanon dele-
gate Dr. Charles Malik said Is- 0
rael w as "so mad" at nthe U. N. Ware -A( U)t oateat filed by Republican Patrick
failure to condemn Jordan that .--The Snate today rejected i e. a J. --urley.
the Arab States fear Israel may mB.e. tod e Dr..M Chavez beat Hurley by some ,-
strike somewhere In the Arab publican 6. ... C ae v t roe b sw me ,-0al
rThe Isell spokesman said deo ttee recomme-ded that ..be
an Investigation of the outrage rer ..;, @W aS t toI 4 reod "so el w tht." -
proved beyond doubt it was per. you cal1 eas t Chalrmad .Frank A. Barrett(R-
petrated by Jordan ea t me "M Wy ) a the a was so
The Mixed Armittine CommIs- days i s e "permead wt tra3" wa
sion had two IsmeDl and two mtrlu ,pb f r l ,pole _ea k aer Chaeis
Jordanian memberU. a. Navy ld i w, bP t-ei e 11'----hC ... e T. a
Commander K HL othla age. .u 5um..I aatIw
acted as chairman and bad ta ef.a th
decldin vote.R Wa u a
Hutchison's decalon to ab- b e & ot e
stain pbaed Jordanian offlials meW Maic
Israell nsotw

"Van Y" with his guitar, and his novelty songs and tal, fi..exas.
alboa Theater tomorrow night wen the Crist Elks
This afternoon the wandering mib"ii shauwa'ex-'
treets to regale residents. Their performanceiat fial-
de. Tickets are $1. Allf proceeds will go to the num tr-
the house. last Thursday ac their : ist6but, le,
margarita Clubhouse hext Thurhsdy rl 1, .

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Army Engineers"RPelifx ew

Process Saved $5QOOOO
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RICHMOND, Va., March 24 (UP)
-The Army Engineers disclosed
today a new building process saved
the government nearly half a mil-
lion dollars on an Air Forceproj-
ect at Goose Bay, Labrador,last
Brig. Gen. Robert D. Lovett said
the engineers adapted a method
of tilting pre-cast concrete slabs
into place to complete seven 40.-
000 square-foot warehouses in 15
He said the method saved $416,-
560 on the $2,682,900 project and
represented a saving of 35 per cent
in time and 20 per cent in money
over original estimates.
Lovett is division engineer for
the engineers' East Oamn Divi-
sion with headquarters, Sre.
He said the engineer employed
th new method In order.to get
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several million dollars worth of
air base material under cover
before the Canadian winter set in.
Lovett said the warehouse flpors
were laid with road paving equip-
The floors were greased fnd
used as the base eof foms for cast-
ing the concrete walls. Cranes
tilted, the walls -l= a lae at tHe
edge of the fooe- lifted the
roof panels- and asupt sections
into position.
Gen. mLove d th e-cast
tilt-up psesis I ad i lble to
manI Unds of miliry -
lmen under ,
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