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The Panama American
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 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
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00331
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OW NI-.MSaIT "GOON" DEMOiMTTATONS police attempt to hold back a band of nol '
'demnhatrato at a New York City pier as mem bers of the old ILA heckled a back-to-wort.
hiov by APL longsborem4n. Moving from pier to pler. the "goon" squads tried to discourqa-o
the APIL dockmen who were manning about a dozen piers. Police have quelled flare-ups at
several of the piers.

AEC Grnted Colones AL Longshoremen
ll local Raters Move
Flon $ To New Crshbal Continue Returnif
rt e ol6n businamen and land- T Work On PW
TON Marc holders are votelig their vigor-
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Medical Parley

Ends; Dona Ceci

Talks To Nurses

The three-day Inter-Amerl-
can medical convention which
was attended by almost 500 doc-
tors at Hotel El Panama, comes
to a close today.
Earlier today. Panama's First
Lady, Dofia Cecilia Pinel de Re-
mon addressed over 200 nurses
In the Bella Vista Room who lis-
tened to an informaUtive speech
which marked the opening of
the nurses forum.
Doctors from the United Fruit
Co. comprised another group of
delegates who today were reap-
ing the beneflt&tof the conven.
Doctors whose, pressing duties
only permitted them to come for
one day, chose tfWe day on which
their specialty would be discuss-
M a ny regislrees hunted
through the 500 cards submit-
ted by visiting medics, to look
for colleagues and old friends.
During the presentation of
papers, many doctors, who had
been here during the pre-con-
struction days commented on
the behavior of some of their
colleagues, then who are now
scions of medicine., adding en-
livening notes to the speeches.
Delegates who have been at-
tending the convention have ex-
pressed the feelings that the
medical meet will have far-
reaching effects, and that the
stimulation received from lec-I
tures, as well as the interchangel
f pin Jon, was well WOrth -t


,right,. president of the Medical Association of the Isthmian
Canal Zone. is congratulated by President Jose A. Remon on the
success of the Inter-American medical convention, which ends
tonight. Pictured above are: Dr. Mario Rognoni. Col. Remon,
Camllo LevyjSalcedo. chief of Protocol, and Dr. Strumpf.


Other US Agencies

To Pay For Tuition,

Hospital Costs
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WASHINGTON, March 26 (UP) The Panama
Canal Co. appeared to be assured today of collecting
school tuitions and hospital and medical costs from other
U.S. agencies operating in the Canal Zone starting next '
July 1.
An amendment. made by the House Appropriations
Committee to Sect. 105 of the 1954 Civil Functions Ap-
propriations Act would also make possible the closing
down of the Ft. Clayton Hospital, and refer the treat-
ment of all military patients to Gorgas Hospital.
Congressional sources said that the Senate is vir-
tually certain to approve language in the House-passed
Civil Functions Appropriations Bill which removes any
legal questions about the right of the Canal Zone gov-
ernment to bill such agencies as the Army and Navy for
their use of Zone educational and medical services.
Heretofore, Gov. John S. Sey- sence of a statute so author s.
bold's efforts to collect from ing." he said.
other agencies In the Zone However, the House Appro-
have been blocked by the un- priations Committee had mean-'
certain authority of those a- while spelled out the" quthoritiy
geneles to make the payments., n explicit terms in An amend-
The legal situation was clarl- ment to Section 105 of the 194
fled in a letter to Seybold from civil Functions Appropriations
U.S. Comptroller-General Lind- Act.
say Warren dated March &
Warren said that there was no Interrogation t eybod Iby
e authority to make such Iemberl of the en
Dmentf V," Itpriatons .

I I tm ivns g e n rut f ltOabs pa
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e- ete longshoremen ntinued their Itr w generally elthatteover the -
&Ue/F P.. t e"v e valus In the New otplt- 'return to work.spite threats ot "nrA-ertcan Medieal Caonen-
committeeabal area will decline appreciably tie independ .longaboremen'sLIM wTfld be a lorerunnt to a
t t ho se houses will be o p iedn t w re i
eeryA aftZ bt tod ud io wa they term coasnto spht'of wnthe dtlre -y l progro am a lcon- WAMHINOON, March 26 II McCarthy group. flatly rejected POlice Raid Red
on we pens in t 1 l a ntutnedInto wha they trcoast In suppo of their -day-ventions n Panama. Sen. Karl E. Mwudt IR-DI MCarthy's demand that the U J
Weir ianti Ju,1A. "e men ntr tilt e.saidday he hopesthetelevised committee move on to other Headquar ters
ABC C a an L.discnination," sad one old tr ntiona Lon investigation bt Ben. Joseph R. Communist Investigations with- g
Strauss told. an Appropriations time Colon resident today, "we s~oremens Asaslation but,,, worJLastO McCarthy's sizzling feud w it h out waiting for the hearings. In Kingston, Jca.
Subcommittee that while the don't care who lives In the area. inr under contract with a dif- the Army can get under way 31 Sen. Guy M. Gillette iD-
incereAs in the atomic weap but those old condemned houses terent set of e.. oyers, were or- -A next week. Ia.' introduced legislation to re- KINGSTON. Jamalea. March 26
sons stockpile has been -vary should be torn down." dered by the IA yesterday tou n cceMundt,- who has taken over quire publication of rule s oe f (UPi-Security police today raid.
great," an even mote imnporttint observe picket lines of the strik- as acting chairman of McCar- conduct adopted by Senate corn- ed Communist headquarters and
development Is the increasing The solution to the threat of in dock workers l thy's investigating subcommittee mittees. Gillette said his propos- the home of a amaica labor lead-
a vr Iety thd versatility" of ru in n g property values, they w orke. t.. w The lat of the houses con- for the Inquiry, also said he al would not prescribe any rules er, seizing filet, book. and docu-
vri weatyms vnstwlasypr of said. was or thek Canal to con- At major tug owners re- pleted recently by the contract- hopes the hearings can be corn- of procedure but merely assure ments in a udden move against
e was rt o nue rocking down these an rted no work stoppageal- ng firm of Macco-Panpacif p d in five days. He said daily that they are made public for all Red ti udd mov agaivinstes
$5. 8,87 r ons uaedbathoubh there was no certainty Inc. in the Corozal housing de- sessions will run about four to see.
bill$5f6,8, p20 propriations uated building, and put uptumen had actay ondefied veloen, were Inspected and hours. 4 Chairman Leverett alton- Police said that papers found in
bill for aIout 20 so-called j.- nw ones. their union instructions. A accepted yesterday by the Con- stall R-Mas.i Of the Senate
dependent government agencies Over 20 landholders In the spokesman for the .Tug Emioy, tract and Ipection Division of The Senator told reporters Armed Services Committee asisthe home of Ferdinandof Smith, a-
to spend in fiscal 1955. The a. e o are estimated es' Association said secondary thePanami Canal many and President Eisehower s h o w legislation is needed to prev sistant sion of Trade Unions Jam-
ovenall bill was $363,604,837 c.;mor than '$1. 00000 worth oflboycott charges would be lodged turned over to the Housing Dl- "-ood judgment and good taste" subversives f r o m the milita 1 ais Trade nd resse Jam of
about six per cent. below the real estate have decdedtotake immediately against any tow-. vision for si nment, when he told his news confer- services from receiving veterans listed name and addresss of
budget estimated's. irprot estt, to thdGovern o boat crew refusing to work. Assignmenaltso the new houses ence Wednesday that no man benefits. He s a d present lawothermenbers ofn the labor or-
The Veterans Administrition the Panamti Canal t The liner Nassau In from Nas- have already been made by the should sit in judgment on does not cover this problem gSmith
was slated t ,get the largest sau was docked shortly after 9 Housing Division, it was an- self. The McCarthy A my feudW Smith was said to have cabled
om in the bill-S3.779,432.a00 "A letter is in the process of a.m. By a Moran tug at a Man- nounced. Pre-completlon assign- McCarthy has surrendered vot- which had been simmer forWFTurgig heaa quarters against whaVienn
The Tennessee 'Valley being written now," one stated. hattan pier being worked by AFL, ment is a policy which has been Ing privileges in the forthcom- sometime came to a head heteurgingmed a preign of against what he
tAuthority would get $103S,58- "We feel the Governor Is not longshoremen. developed in order to avoid delay Ing inquiry but the subcommit- Army Secretary Robert T. te rmed law areign of postce terror.a-
000, the Hotding and Home acquainted thoroughly with the The ILA apparently failed al- to the future occupants, ted-or perhaps the Senate it- vens and his chief counsel. Johnbl publicationslaw aans amendelast
Finance Ageqcy $112,8,500, situation. or he wouldn't have so to secure the active support of When the occupants move into self---atill must rule on his de- 0. Adams, accused McCarthy bleFriday to permit the searching of
General Services AdmInistra- ordered the move." he added. ILA groups in other Atlantic the last group of five houses, mand for the right to cross- and his chief aide, Roy M. Cohn F riday to permit the search of
t $149083300 and the exe- One *Panama Canal official orts. Boston longshoremen vot- all of the new quarters at Co- examine Army witnesses. Some of trng to pressure them into private me.
eutive office of t4e President source said today he didn't be- ed last night to continue their rozal will be occupied., op GOP leaders oppose this. gran ing Schine special treat- _- '
j8, 7,gim, lleve there would be any change refusal to work cargoes diverted Work on the New Corozal hous- Meantime, there were these ment ..
__._ ___ of plan in transferring Rainbow from New York but to continue Ing development was started other developments:
City families to New Crlstobal. working "our own cargoes." early In 1953 by Macco-Panpacl- 1C The Army said it is consid-
SnNeither had the Cpnal recwiv- Baltimore and Philadelphia fie Inc. and was completed at ering sending Pvt. G. David NoA AA T
ed any official protest from Col- union leaders announced yester- a cost of approximately $2.400,- Schine, nub of the McCarthy mWV I V
onites. o day they had no intention of 000. It was the major part of the controversy, to Its criminal In-,
Ohe new occupants rNswI.stopping work. Canal'A 1953 fiscal year construe- vestlgatdrs school at Camp Gor-;, l ancIlman
The new occupants of New Meanwhile, the AFL. which put tion program of U.S.-rate quar- don. Ga. It said such a c t i onily C uJ illenv
SCrLstobal have already received.3,712 men to work on the docks ters. would require waiving certain'
8 Iw their assignments and are ex-yesterday, reported 4.000 work- It included the construction of qualflications. M | a i
By bVV Ipected to move in within a week.'lne piers throughout the port 128 buildings with a total of 1688 2.Senator John L. McCellanl N Louisiana C.y
GOSTON, Jamaica. March_ -- -i today apartments. 'Ark 1, senior Democrat on the',
-so (P)-- A United States na- I CROW'LEY, La. March 28 -
vt board of inquiry opened LI]8 *SnUP Two Negroex were a.-
li atowngsuati- the Amer-d sure today of becoming the
ei hrnglate toda e Into recent first of their race to be elected
Sian sCEdFull Schedule Set For Old- Timers ra en.tisi.
sailors eusenvd of shooting at since the Reconxtruction era.
JA ilc4 Police andt night club In l rif Cermonyv A full schedule of events, be- shield shaped badges bearing from the "Star In a Circle" elub, Thoeh lctionrf a, a.d M^'
aSrta, ueru. r c nub v v m ginning with a partial transit of the names of the Goethals ora g a roup of Pacific side ZonLans. ph A. ,
CIn e case, a ttry on duty the Canal and ending with a people. G'oethals era songs a by a Barber dPh A. Pete. a barber, was as-
rd the US.8.D royer N.Ae EVANSTO. Ill., March 26 (UP) picnic at Morgan's Gardena. as The official program beglnsShop Quartet and music by thelaured when one of the white
was sa.ld t have dt'ed his rifle -Jon Morrow Lindbergh, 21, son been arranged for old timers of next Tuesday afternoon when Litte German Band from Ba. -leandda-es opposing them diedj
at a poleeman who oughL to of the famed flier.,was married to the Goethas era, here to attend the old timers take the noon' boa High School. and the other withdrew, leaving
_m.ent! American sailors from a Northwestern Uaiversity coed in the Goethals Memorial Dedlai- train at Balboa Heights railroad Wednesday, the day of the ac-i them unopposed for two seat-.
n a quantity of cigarettes a secret ceremony here last Satur- tion Program next week. The station for Gamboa where thet Lual dedication, will begin with^ ^'With less than 30 days left
asre without paying custom day, it was learned today. :climax of the program will be will go aboard the ferry Presi- the raising of a flag at Balboa before the city election on April
".. L Records found in the couniv the dedication of the Memorial dente Porras for a partial tran- Heights at 9 o'clock by the Ca- 13. It was too late fo r any other
.other incident_ said tocelert's office showed Lindbergh' Itself next Wednesday after- sit of the Canal Extra cars will nal Zone Boy Scouts of Amert-,candidate to qualify." said L. C.
who firel their re-bimn 23, of Evanston. n the meantime. the inform- commodate the crowd expected. exhibition baseball game by two ley Demoratic Executive Com-
?plvee1 a.I p-tease actreaui Ion center, set up just Inside The President Porras wltran- Little League baseball teamswo Ic "D c lravt May andEuv e r-
to make theta expeidte their act ? 'ie bride was listed as a junior the entrance to the Personnel sit the Cut, lock down through made up of grandsons and great tIPete alone In the field." 1Y
t a n el in the Northwestern college of hb. Bureau on the first floor of thelPedro Miguel and Miraflores grandsons of Canal old timers. May and Pete are campaigning
'Jtl 's .filed eral arts but a university a pokes. Administration Building was Locks and will arrive at Balboa The game will be played at 6for aldermanic jobs on the
orma ahli w.ith the mar said she was not enrolled in practically swamped with per- at about 5 o'clock Tuesday after- Little League park at 9:30 o'clock, eight-man City Council in the'
w ca eonsulat an. the *- the curre quarter. sonal visits and telephone calls noon. The ROTC honor guard Wednemday morning. There are dominaely Negro ThInrdi
oIsle of Reprmsentative a- from old timers Indicatinr their from Balboa High School the 33 LittM league players who arel Ward. White candidate Frank
S resolution demanding According to the manage rec- acceptance of the events of the Balboa High School Band and a dea undants of Canal builders. Schenkel dl d March 18. Russell
the culprits be tried by Ja- ad the ceremony was performed program. color guard of Boy Scouts will At 2 o'clock Wednesday after-, Chahere. the other white can-
courts and that the by the Rev. Water D. Wagoner, Yesterday 5 old timers visited be on nand for the official wel-i -the Goethas era old tim. dida, withdrew last week be-
MStaes government offer ualversity chaplain., the Center in person sad M come ceremony when the Pres- go to the Balboa Thea. cause of Illness. YOUNG AND SMILING. the 29-
Ipli --apologies_ _Young Lindbergh is a senior bl- registered by telephone. iThe dente Porras doc. stel an REO film of the ------- 17th descendant of Chrsopher
by .0rs o'e. Soah of ln* e sud ent at Stanford Univer- numbers are 2-363 and 463M.)f That evening, between 4:0 Canal and a short .tlm Balboa Tidrb formal pose this morning at 1
SIncluded Ca. WJ.F. lA. Ly alo Alto. aIfC. Two local old timers, Mrs. Cor- and 8:30 o'clock there will alof costrueton. left to call on President Jose Rel
-chalma_ m ; pt, R. C. is knows to be as publicity nelia Relmann and Mrs. Mary reception at the T1val Guest A d ooe. to be given by. gatorday, March 27 the Panama Rovernment to attet
i0104r. W. Win.low, shy as his faer, Charles A. l ad- Cecil lowe, volunteered to helpHouse in honor of the visltic the msd bands of Balboa and I igh nw sayv he will be honored at Santta
r. Armana uval. cou- bergh faiaes r his solo flighbt:and foir w sorted tot al- old timers. atertth lmeat wnt CriStdall Hh Sehools. will be-- 8.29 a.m ............. 2.39 asm Indian village visited by his i
P .- r thee Al e Nteen. b= AiU t rl-oedolrin'cludel t Mauas dwase t-eaM Ca~milad -i a Columna6 S).8:43 pJm. ........... 3:01 p.m. years

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Approprlatlon Bill reported
by the committee, altboth
some legal purists regard tfte
action as tantamount to leerl
lating in an appropriation bill.
The amendment would serve
to reduce the deficit In.oper- ,
atlon of educational and med-
ical facilities during fiscal 195
which the Canal Government
now anticipates.
In testimony before the SeM-'
ate Committee. Gov. Seybold es-
timated the 1955 deficit In
school operations at (1.632,000-
asumlng that other government
agencleN are billed for tuition
Gambling Casino
Opens Tonight
The benefit gambling casino.
will be in operation arstain ever
the weekend at the El Banebo
Play starts tonight and lasts
through Sunday with the us-
ual offerings-roulette, craps.
blackjack and chuck-a-lueck.


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isa. Leas m ae sived eos*-Ml *Gd er ba* kdied ts 1 whiy sn l-
deodll me-no.
It ysm aMtrt al atel don't be Imeatlent m i M'tes appear the
ma day. Lette ee published In he order received.
Pisse sry to mkep he shlesn HNlled to* *e pa glea IL
Idmeai of liter b sw ke Is held in strictet rnelidtMne.
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I auselon the right of the house appropriations committee
to medlq t Canal Zone affairs.
I of that congressional body is to control the ex-
penditure of federal funds, and to determine the validity of re-
quests for asqch NIda from federal agencies.
What ts committee and a good many others bave ap-
parently forgotten is that no federal funds are expended in the
operatln of the Canal. Panama Canal Company operating costs
are derived from company revenues; C.Z. ov't funds are ap-
oropriated annually by Congress, but in accordance with law, the
treasury Is reimbursed annually for the funds advanced, the re-
I omburment being derived from revenues of the company gov-
S ernmet. In other words, the house committee s merely n the
position of passing on an annual loan which the law requires to
The funds expended for C.Z. Gov't operation are not federal
Sounds: they are funds derived from tolls, from court fines, from
Slicense plates, and from aurcharges on commodities and services
V urched by Canal Zone employes, etc.
Why the ppDrowlatlons committee should concern Itself so
sis uously ab..t t. way private funds are spent escapes me.
Why the committee constitutes Itself as an arbiter on the way
C 5 company-government operations should be run escape me.
y the committee Is permitted to meddle and to complicate C.Z.
affairs seaops me.
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tar 2 GHrandparental
:ryof 3 Rome to
acbaals Italians
extinct bird 4 Daybefore ortifies with
xotln't b ( t.rd troops
lariers i n He appears onI 21 Aplcton
ivers the 21 AffHictlon
make a screen 24 Hindu queen
m istak Heart 2 ,Paradise
btthutiast c 7 Mlaying card 26Carry (coil.)
ardor. 4 Diabolical r2 Horse's gait
Mlick-be tle persons Story
~sesaor 9 Indolent .30 German river
Silkworm 10 Shakespearcanl3 Rodents
Cafty person 34 Dodges

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7 Wintry
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42 Meddles
45 Over (poet.)
47 VIew
48 Demented
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These instances are duplicated
in scores of border sectors.' There
pr, few ways to fight the smul-
gling. Our authorities know, for ex-
ample,-that dope comes through
in olive oil shipments from abroad.
But what can we do? Can we open
.nd spoil every case of olive oil?
..a.se could just as easily contain
..e vest pocket bomb.
We might buy information at the
so .:,-somewhere in Europe '-
but that is futile since it means
tr ying to penetrate the cagey
Kremili. What we ought to do is
increase the potential of accidental
discovery by increasing, instead 6f
slashing, our customs force.
For more than a year now, a
bill which would make possible an
increased patrol has been lying
unnoticed In the House Ways and
Means Committee. It is H.R. 40$,
introduced by Rep. Eugene Keogh
Mar. 17, 1953. It would insure ad -
quate personnel, including "radio-
equipped motor vehicles small wa-
Itercraft, and aircraft for use 'in
patrol work in harlors and along
the coasts and other borders of the
It would mak.' the Port Patrol

a permanent secuonu i i, gv..a I
meant. It is not one now. It must
get its appropriation out of the
Treasury Dept's money. So it's
sort of a step child, without money
of its owi. But the Ways and
Means Committee is jammed. So
the border patrol force will b e
s'rshed from year to year.
Good thing the inland police now
know how to recognize the vest
pocket A-Bomb!

Cristobal YMCA
Schedules Dance
For Tomorrow
The 60th Army Band will be
featured at a dance to be held
at the Cristobal YMCA USO to-
morrow. The dance Is entitled
"Ouys and Dolls.."
The guys will be the service-
men located on the Atlantic side
ald the dol' will be the mem' .
bem of the C;rls Service OrW'-
Mion et the Critobal YMCA


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By VICTOR gulf&
It is Impossible to prevent so
enemy from snuggfl the new
*'economy-size" A-bomb into the
We car only increase our
chances for accidental detecies of
such lethal smuggling.
Yet, for years this country has
been decreasin-inastead of in-
creasing -Its force of inspectors.
These are the very men trained to
recognize the pocket size bomb
long before it gets across a border
or a dock into the jurisdietiol of
the police officials who have now
been briefed on how to identify
the implosion gimmick.
For the endless details of the
slash in border guards I refer you
to the U.S. Customs Port Patrol
Officers, of the American Federa-
tion of Govern rent Employ-
es, AFL. Since 197 they've been
fightg a losing battle, their ranks
thUaing #a the government laid
them off by the score. This past
summer another slash cut off 50
inspectors from the New York
docks when their govelnmmet ap-
propriation Just got lost.
Yet these customs agents have
been trained for years to recognise
--and have been searching br-
atomic Weapon: and possible A.
bomb smugglers.
So this tiny band of Inspectors
can now cover only one aock in
five along the vast coasts of our
land-because fully .980 percent of
the Port Patrol Divisfons have
been wiped out since 1947.
Twelve thousand ships enter our
ports every year, but only MD per
cent are inspected-because there
just aren't enough men to go
around the clock on the piers and
launch landings, airports and In-
land border points must also be
These are not carefully patrolled.
How can they be? As far back as
1947 the Customs Bureau approi-
ation wast rimmed $3,5%0,000. This
wiped out much of the Customs
Border Patrol between Mexico and
tha U.S. and Canadaband the U.S.
Neither th, AFL union nor this
column means to imply that andth-
ei few million will keep this coun-
try safe f democracy by filtering
out every enemy A-bomb. That
jus. can't be done.
You could .smuggle In the old
fashioned baby-grand size atomic
bomL at'a dozen points. There is,
for example a firm which buys
special coal-rom England. This
stuff is brought over in ocean.
going barges. They put in at a
big East Coast port, sail right
through the harbor and are farmil-
lar sights to aUl authorities. They
pull4 p alongside the regular dock
.eand could unload a bomb, Just
easily as coal, if the enemy
*'Ated to simulate a coal batge
Lad t it in a day before the
regullkfe Li due from EngatId.
*I^ hBihoriUes know that. But
it cgl be done? You can't put'
a man aboard a barge In England
every time one is sent over. The]
enemy knows it. too.
'You could, for example, move
hundreds of vest pocket bombs or
parts in from the Soviet base in
Guatemala or the Comnmunist com-
munity in Mexico City with ease.
Just put the Ituff in the trunk of a
car and driv into Tia Juana some
Saturday or Sunday night. There
you join the line of thousands of
cars waiting bumper to bumper to
get back int- Lower California. It'i
anywhere from an hour to a night's
drive to naval bases from San
Diego to San Francisco. Then -

( .. almost totally misundersood ta
*' With a few days to study oti'sI t ax .
... [ m its 3.sreate pages, no con- has beenM l me

I .l' J [ >,'. ". '1 /B I "t I .. \ I sections dm tUni out to mean .............. '
&T ( g *q ep m atler ow cciam- tie a Mpgttan
tuouWasl vote ontelyl. aly o ver a
tsgeny on bil. a ven "Iresmt y a ot.

l i Eyeans t I aithe tax eawyers, e w r ..

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Sto too asets. ft1 ad
)yoe, .e. enthCm-
Sat tho e pvi s "whereoi ave and coma' a
., eawho rnee d eds nAre givel- and college 0"to
a preferred staos sm tam who tsIea a s y4
earn salaries .nd wages. ln its of tax liWy ratoto at
*j "place Democrats sbtute idea f '
a $100 inreseI n1002esl ta Ways and Mani Cosis .
exemptim, thereby helping lower were ,

e; ,*y~. & '-- a* a about 7.,000 people B tax offther study
/ The oneDemDeocrat E adi.- gas ,or-has t. eL % w.
agree with this almost iu ted a eber to ld ca r
ound by Democratich nge s Omen Sl a hemleftthe
Ies Thurman Calhem *ouof room
i IIJ-aSIS e y i. fllAU'jICarolina, who doesn't believe there
soIH Idr4 be a no tax b il t alL 'o c-an we vo i auWtly 4;
Chatham's family manu Ietures those provlMu. unlshwe ano
'ING A i c#Aess. A.W. .. the fam-ous Ch.atam blankets, t nd r them overlgs ote-- d
m____________ onoth ____a___. Hth _______'_rt If bo voted for the Republican bilUl tCo ssan WilbunrriteJE r.-
----- th -- ..... .. ... ...he aend his family would reap a esus w-ho has b h tea s lp i g Wt es r
i e t et o r m r tbonasia, because first their in. tax bills for rq. I
S c r Il t I I I sn Roe /como comes from divided; se- But the tlear-eold chairman
s adahnendhon 1 i because the nw tax bl I. I ai '- no.
Peter Edson In Washinton p tMes. i.
S. -0--- /however, Chatham doesn't believe tee member to vote
this is a time to reduce the na- out of the bMi They oul D not
WASHINGTO-(NEA) That tive activities of AA.. at the ed refueling boom as a tow rope, on'tis come, and a lot of other to put ti In oth w d
Ripon, Wis., ceremony on March of the war aHe then set up hi however, the tanker hauled the Democrats and Republcans pri- the committee i notN write a tax
20 to commemorate the founding own rival Federast for Railway ThunderJet to the end of the Berg- vately agree with him. bll. They sim took bll hand-
of t le Republican party 100 year s Progress strom runway, then let it land oa ad thembythetreasury e asdu re
ago touched off a bit of polietal Threo'etically the A.AR. is .a Its own power. Republicans on Spot permitted to vote onrly wnhtS er
horseplay the U. S. Senate. neutral group representing the in- o of It m out.
ReblIcan Sen. Alexander Wil- tests of afl V,. riads. But lon Rockefeller Is. the only When it comes to a vote to re- FinaolyUncle Danan eed has a
ey rm. Wisconsin, was giving the a couple o. charges made by American thus far mentioned asa commit the taxbill, about 20 Re- gag rde os tbea-bl *it Cannot
celebration a little advance pub- Young recently goaded A.A.R. likely successor to Dr. Alberto publcan congressmen are on the a mended duringhoue floor doe
Ucity with a speech. "A fweau President Wi .Farcy into L.eras of Colomabia, resigned g ec- spot. in the past they introduced bat. It has to be takl a im or
of the ceremony will be the light- a reply. rotary general of the Organization bils to increase the. peto"al ex- not at aI That's why the Defto-
g of t ha symbolic 'frdoma "Yt oung dds a n h misstate- of American States, formerly emption of individual taxpayers, rats wtl Oto d b7b to
ame, w h the e nthusastic 4- ment in saying that be did not known as the Pan-American Un. and now they are called upo nby committee with an inswteto to
oen of Ripon have pledged to urgthat the govern n nt prevent ion. During the war Rockefeller President Eisenhower. Speaker substitute the higher pnaoall ax-
keep alive as long as freedom railroads -from deoelong," says served as coordinator of Inter- Joe Martin and the GOP leader- em on r the referenenow ilv
lives in America," he declared. pF y an cy i.nouncemet American affairs and as assistant ship to vote against a better break enl to dividend holders,
After Senator Wiley had finished. "I cite him to his own sworn secretary 9f state in charge of for personal tax et o eento ea.
his aInouncement, Sen. Paul Doug- testimony before an exatier of Latin-American affairs. He is now In other words they're called Cats and Dio
las (D., IL) replied: "I have been the' Interstate Commerce Coanmins- undersecretary of health, educa- upon to vote directly against what
interested in hearl my friend i a in finance docket 14is1 on ton and welfare in the Eisenhow- they've already proposed, also A good ma. or Demerats are
speak of the candelghna cer- Sept. L, i, when.e said: 'I or cabinet against the Democra tswho ari veering round the dea that
mony. Let me ivq e wnirt ho It i o not think Is in. thepubUa i. Four Latin-Americans are being tolidly for what thfee Republicanl tax bl I so idded with lo
Will be to celebrate a birthday teret to operate diesels at aAu considered for the. top O.A.S. job originally proposed ioti s that it should wt defeated
or a wake?" and thaat'there ought to be a f One is alo ia, president o since the blls these 20 Re- altoether.
"I am very happy. to have that it m down here by some department Ecuado' frota th8 to 1952 and for- ,ublicanb have introduced are all
,very challn u on,e a- n t tt these r.- mer ae basd to Washington. matter of record, they'll have This is the worst tax bll in
tion Is Of course be a birthay. b ---- ered is, ardo lfarc of Pa ai i toloters back dme. Some, like s a P Zber
Roweveras theyoogeubiponlyi A:Aernica$ Jfleas'at Sunrome Lois intani siMiMexicos c forthright Cdogeiswoman1d I IWhat '
100 years. oo l e rui oM qtep. Ieadquartes,. Allied Forces n Ee- didate. He is now Mexican am Noure Rogers of Msanebusett, did wa tt l teat-andeg
vim and vitor as wilt be demon- rope. have devised a new gag ie;- bassador to the P.A. aren't going to do a explaui. proviaol that busIness has betn
started next ovember. premla m i errleing to documents Rr. ene Len ianch, Venezue- Mrs. Rogers plans to l I M- trying to get Into the tax bill for
"So I reply to the question.of which are ClAs as a dcret, las ambassador to the O.A.S. and victons and with the Doorat. years% and. -Mp them Into this
my friend, the senator from 1111- percent W o t et. The new, chirfan of Its Council last yeat regardless of the urging of GOP bil It will ta years to atralgh-
os that the celebratio will noeat inflated declassification is n b w is a fifth possibility. Leaders en plot the loe to the treasury."
heai wake, lut it mayu celebrate klowliias "ColoslOe C .- Others who have Inlrode tW saim-
the wake 'of the Democratic --- Some Indian chiefs recently ilar bills for higher persial ex- Eberhare d Milli of Akan
Party." Perhaps l. strangest ar rescue came to Washington to protest new emotion and are on the a-pot in- sag, who nt op the Ways and
---on record tas been reported from policies which would remove gov. elude. Meano Commiutte and who under.
7%e Association of American Bergstrom Air Force base near ernment protection from their peWo- Bennett Cla-dy and Bentley, standth te a x bill far better this
Railroads has, new become a re- Austin, .Te An F-4m Thundenrjt pe. They Were asked what the meMich.; usbey and Mason, Ill.; meat ooSgeeamen, both plan. to
Tlucetant coboelligent in the big was praeefieg rfieling in fit thought about the way their sf- Cole, Pillion and Wharton, N.Y.; vote against t.
lght between Robert R. Y oung irom a Boeing C-OT tanker, fairs were being handled. After a Kersten, Wis.; Poff, Pa.; eese.
and Wiliam White over control of The automatic gas cap on the week of hearings and visits to cone Kans.; Sayor and Stepson, Pen- M S h t, To .eatL
the New York Central. E-P4 faIled to elw after one con- gressmen w.hi c h accomplished na.; atd t, Calif. M Shot T Death
Young pulled the Chesapeake & tact. The Thunderjet was in daftn- nothing one of the braves remark. in addition to the above who s u p
Ohio out of some of the eoopers- geitof sing all Its fuel. Using its e: "Heap big fertilizer. No crop." ave proposed rising the personal For Complairt
tax exemdption, five other Republi- _
Scars have introduced bills Over Loud R dioe
t.. sto ioog increased benefits fortos
or who have dependoentsNin this XNOXVUIX), T4fa) z..pblarCb 2
W alter W HeY. are blind, a edr disabled, s
l r 1 ITc ll a In 1 1 1 or ctegory They aere: atesMass. (UP)oiSte w

Man Abeut Town divorce terms .,. ,Model Elaine pink up the finale of "Golden A'. Del. s ... mu
Alken tells chumd she will become pie, a fine musical show. Tekingb Other congressmen are watcin M s thwart tW police her
The roadway Bookies still the bride of tunesmith Robert Met- the hint right out of thawta, to see how the 20 vote- in the fina husband-was shotby one f t
"H avethe-blvers from the -el- l "... "High Jinks on the Keon- -m- showdown. men who came to Tilrr atar
laek:o, the took when an obscure dike" Is the 4th book by, Diek Queary from a Listener: "The Mo r ment ter tho' io" t ce-
horse named itxey's Rocket (2 to O'Connor (top rewrite mani) o the phone rang while-you' wer discuns. Bail Demeetate monafter the r4lohodent.
1 on The Morning Line) romped In Los Angeles Herald Express ... sing McCarthyCobe-Schinsetevrens What makes Denocratic con- Officers marched for the h-
1st as th rni season flnale'd. Americans in London report Brit- on you- teevy new. My a said gressmen so sore about the, ,aduin-or aU a uaspec t.
They poured a much ogllh Into shers xpet Churchill to retire you were unkind to cCarthy. What -
the track (amer hefty bettig h ) within S months., did I mios"
th streak 'o did I miss?" GLANCES
oThat thew r wound up' a -- Unkind? We simply said: "Me- SIDE GLANCES By Calbraith
Ion t to .L "Rwt was te besb Bre Carthy may be wrong, as he cer .. _ .... .
tip in years!" ... NBC is plotting Walter Howey, our first editor tainly was when he forgave the
to use t newest drama Series, the (on the N.Y. Mirror) 24 years ago), Nazis responsible for slaughtering I I I
higly-touted Te Medic," as op died Sunday in his slep. He fol- our men, who surrendeed in the I I
poa tion t 'I Love Lucy" lowed W.R. Hearst's line: "Ten Malmedy Massacre-7r w ..chwe /
next season ... "Miss Hutton" percent news, ninety pet cent en wi never forgive hm." --
the town's most eiswive reelu- tertanment." He inspr the le Anyway, read "McCarthy and I
siv,. Won't leave her suite ... of man ging editor i "Thre Front His Enemies," by Wm. Buckley, Is .
Dr. M. Heston. Their next read t- He was always patient and eivil book ye' for folks who love arou-. k l
iwoo is at Hllywood ... Chorines with us ... He called everyone ments ... 'The avtlors critic l.
who work late are on the new To- "Laddie Boy." The day before our him (objectively) when they findl r .: T ,>
mats Glamour- DMet... Before eol'r began in The Mirer he said: him Rofgh, RAdm & Ridiculous ... I r
.. 1.*t ,..iw tallied on al r.- "I amn going to .tat your stuff aB Price $5 ... If you order a copy \

... an Woukwill make more He must have seen our chin drop. befits $1.2. I | i Iw I *>
tian2 rilUon bux from all sources "Whatzamatta?" he said, "don't t i a !- n I
... Wal-ltreletew ae studying AJ you like, that?" The Run.yon Funi Contest for a B I B "I w I -eK" ad o \k f cV C c r
we pouted, ibie (1st Prise) has brougt in over 1 U I / fS U i
",Laddie Boy," he laddie-boy'd, $60,0b0 (in 3 weeks) v $a $1 en- i T \ I I f
Our oherva.on_: "There is no "I'm soxr you don't agree. t be. closures ... The theme is: "Why I u | J / I I I I I
wrong way of fighting eomnlu- longs on page once s ie tt will be I Could Never Be a Communist I' \ | I I U r
/aism. There's o wrong way the onl. ews in the paper." (Under 50 worn, please). Contest I I | / I / I
|fighng fire or y c Voice from ear: "He didn't ceo- ends midnight Ma. 3rd ... We 1 d I U I !
isemIaen" was tch-tend by some, alder it news. Just vaudeville" have over 400 prizes for runners I I I I u m
to wit: ,Row about gasoline?" -- up ... 2nd Praze: A P3.M0 ula\r I .T- k I i o !
The N.y. Csm n (ia Mach Wasl,. .tongue-wgge. believe: Darri .o car, a beautiful ] I 1 I
i1*b) earr tUlt P eiport frw "If.-.MeCart.. Hearing wereon thing ... Our latest donation is i | -- i I
Haloi: ..me s- ea red teevy, the p';y. would ied U from the Howard Refgre I" Jf 1I
forests (flAt Reds in m 4 ewit- wtm e eswhoinavokedNo. 5 of Perla. (A Mdel F-) upright JV)S ,r L .-.. "-
]China) w &IBmn napalm ...... .,ia Whale Exhibit at 00th and Freeser, value: $S35) ... 2000 I- f i j I
|That's WWW fire w r. Na- Brdwy Is antheruymn C paiof AdmratI ylos (0pr. ._.. I
nscaIe. tume, "Here." soumds like Verdr, tiege Perfume (5 brands)1 one J ii- W L' S i^

S--- Cara Name coloratura solo ero 1ae to each nnerp (f they
SVfirnst "ialtu" ... June Have's. prefer at to oer ); Bt *
show w-ls"VYim We e.e" mere at the ter at s-t atN B'w
b- ear (. mU- h.Wramo.. e. Week v-.
Iea. ar ir Is ar Is TLany's ma via t t hotels t N.Y. -ab s
la F& WTed St. retafl store .. Wastet awd r e... of
Day tl bel Ie ... elt LdIVo ... 6V" v -.. ri v sIa y- .....
ag-1 (a t2 t3ext ige 1t the t . You a*s asS aM m ea "Ar, u to mnti I'e ItS t Mwi ex"
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1saCM O hfar the H. Fabers oft . (ZoUe ) ... Thaus fr yar I
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1PW 'r W N w f. -4 today upheld the right o Wte
military to tourt martial cili -
I iita attadt I-i lean. for seriouss crimes commlt-
..~S ernIf'evo ut- 1 edwhie In med stice.
ft "%*Amydv -da The three-judge appeals panel
79Qe 1 3theS returned to the Air Force for
an 9 *Aile trial the case of Robert W.
3etthrou ** 4 Toth, 22. a young Pittsburgh
itda M. SAT steel worker accused of murder-
6&A 8i' A KJ ing a Korean civilian in Sept.,
1 68 I 'L5982 1952.
Lift Up Your Readrs (':*23Nis
l. g Y812 10 : 4 3 On May 1I. 1953, Toth was
o0tB'(D) arrested at his job in a steel
(A feature of the Pa6 Q 41 mill and whisked to Korea by
(A Lete feature of the P 4 plane to stand trial, although
ama Ameleasn, peparea b Q104 he had been discharged from
the Rev. M. A. Cookse* 3Ei- *AQJ the service some time earlier.
epal Chrch eof O Saior, Both ides vlFederal Judge Alexander Holt-
eW Crn ba N Wad soft later ordered Toth returned
FAT LU, .T Pss 3 ;T. Pan here. Then he released him from
FAITH PPam custody on grounds that the Air
".... add to your faith v- O lead-6 1 Force's action ias illegal.
tue, and to virtue knowOledg
..temrlanee, eime, dl- The Air Force's action was
Dom, =Wi heVnderblt Cup taken under a section of the
to brtherly -ane ht- neit sV derle t tCup tourra kU. S. Military Code which per-
ty." Bead Peter tI night, I am reminded of one of the mits arrest of ex-servcemenor
Smost interesting hands from last certain serious crimes commit-
Faith here neans what 4A year's conteLt. A most unusual ed while in uniform.
meant to St. John: sm ific play wa' made by Peter A. Leven.
Christian faith In Ood tr h trit, newly elected president of After Toth's arrest, his sister,
Jeus Christ. But we are not the American' Contract Bridge Audrey Tothbegan court action
Imagine that the mere holding League, whose team went on to on grounds that the Air Force
Of such faith is enough; or ra- win the tournament did not interpret the law cor-
ther, we must understand what Ruth Sherman, likewise a fa. rectly and, even it it did, the
la involved in Christian faith. It is mouse New York expert, opened law is unconstitutional.
faith plus-It has to be opened the seven of spades fram the West
out, so to speak, Into Its full hand. The declarer studied the The o oh
connotation. dummy rather longer than was e Lg
Bere'the meaning Is: See that nece"ary, thus giving Leventritt Th CF d
your faith has in It all that be- euh time to taik of his play That F ailed
longa to It. Add first virtue. The to the first trick.
point s: If your faith has virtue Aceording to'the ule of Eleven, CHICAGO. March 20 (UP--A
it, you are not just "good inSouth could have only one spade 75,010.watt light bulb. described
spots"; you are Christian In higher than the seven. (To this as the biggest ever made was on
your whole being. Faith and vir. re subtract the number of the display last night at the 75th
tue belong together, card led from eleven, which will anniversary dinner of the Amer-
"Add to virtue, knowledge. give you the number of higher lcan Power Conference.
Knowledge means more than cards n the three remaining Officials apologized that they L
simply knowing hngs. It means haria.) cold not light the bulb. They
stnerstandlng, realimg the sig- If South's only high spade was said It would burn the paint off
niicance of what is known. the ace, he would surely refuse the the walls and singe the hair of
Knowledge of spiritual truth Isa first tnc!, and it wouldn't matter the diners.
what the writer Is tnmawin o01: owever,Oiere was a big dhilr-
a grasp of what belongs to Chris- ence.
tlan life. Faith that is really When declarer finally played a
faith Is always Intelligent. It low spade from the dummy, Pete
knows the reason why. brilliantly played the jack of
"Add to knowledge temper- spades instead of the king. South
ance." Self-control is a better was afraid to refuse the trick for
translation. How far have you fear of losing five spades imme-
got mastery over your temper? diately. Declarer therefore won
Over your tongue? Over your with the queen of spades and tried
physical desirep1 Ove your the diamond finesse. Leventritt
Imagination? won with the king of diamonds and ,
"Add to your faith, patience." returned the king of spades. Miss
It means steadfast endurance- Sherman naturally overtook with
the ability to hold on calmly and the ae of spades and was then in
firmly though hardship, or op- position to continue the suit, set-
posatlon, or peraecutlon. or temp- tin the contract.
Nation to follow the easier way. hen this hand was played at
"Love endureth all things." the same contract in the other
Add, "odlinesa." -- reverence roor. East won the first trick with
for God and concern for ill the king of spades and then re-
Add, "brotherly kindness." Our turned the jack. South naturally
Lord said, "By this shall all men played low, and East had to aban-
know that ye are .my disciples don the sades. East later got his
If ye love one another." =.eking of diamonds, but declarer
your faith include love of the was sure of aine tricks.
Add "charity" which means
love like the love of God "ho Backf ired
the Saviour of all men. alth ..
plus The full power of the ., BT. PAUL Minn., March 26-
Christian life. (UP) Wlliam O0. Lewis, 67.
knew exactly what to do yes-
terday when his car wouldn't
'W AO Diagnosng the trouble as a
faulty carburetor, he opened the
m Fl DS hood, primed the carburetor
with one hand and reached
S through the window and push-
e* fd the starter button with the C
e -other.
m:o wHe caught up with the car a
few minutes later after It had
rammed three other cars, one of PANAMA
which plowed into the porch of
a house. Damage was estimated
at $1 25.21

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He has to be a man with a pride in his craft,; a man who
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rrant Banker In "ospiita
UFAULA. Ala., Mar; 2s (UP 'condition wa brlio ght on by
4oyall Reynolds, the e r r a n t mounting pressures since he re-
er who paralyzed the town turned six eys g ornm a 12 day
ices of little Clio, Ala., has mystery trip during which the
a hospital here for treat- "bank's" fund vanished.
t of a "nervous condition," The only remaining known as-
it was disclosed today, sets of the firm 81 W in an At-
.eynolds was brought from the lanta bank. have been tied up in
hfrbour Couy jail at Clayton to a garnishment filed by Reynolds,'
hospital here last night and aunt and biggest depositor. The
tted cnd an assumed name store, and citizens of Clio have
se that he wil not be bothered been almost without funds for 18
wihe be retss up," said Bert days.
D ds-n. hospital administrator.
Vmibezz lemIt charges h a v e Dr. James Reid, county health
bnba filed against the 40-year-old officer, ordered Reynolds taken to
head of the Cli Merchants Ex. the hospital after examining him
ehbnge in connection with the dis. at the Clayton jail. Sheriff William
Moarance of $75,000 of its despos- J. Adams drove the patient to Eu-
ft1 Reynolds remained under fausa.
ical arrest in custody of hos- Meanwhile, the cashless citizens
Uuaui las? in Barbour Coun of Clic virtually conceded their
is about 35 miles northeast chances of getting repayment di-
as and 15 mlles east of Clayton rely from Reynolds and concern.
pavidson said that Reynolds rated on trying to get a pro-rata
-__ ___ ___ tareturn from whatever funds might
be available. Reynolds claimed to
0k have deposited $7,000 more in the
Atlanta account. His aunt sought
$75,000 of the amount and presum-
Pid ably about $13.800 would be left
Paid for the rest of the depositors pend-
ing adjudication of the garnish-
mer. next month.
Reynolds had promised to repay
9 Guatemala Consul ever hpome
"every penne even if he had to
sell ha two utomobiles and his
ELIZ E. British Honduras, $20.000 home---the finest in Clio.
A ch 26 (UP) The Guste- But citizens were hoping to avoid
an Consul bohere paid the ne bankruptcy costs by entering into
i-Brtish P e o p I e's Unitedg an agreement to accept pro rata
Piaty who had been convicted of payment from the cash available.
dtiion, it was reported today.
Amando Diaz, a former PUP Amy Will Ring
mneaber, told the.commission in-
vestigating alleged links between f
0h opposition party and the I f V j
Cenmunist influenced Guate-
maWn regime that the consul l Nike Defense
gave PUP secretary George Price ft M e Defense
?t least $500 to pay fines and
their expenses in sedition cases. WASHINGTON, March 26 iUP)
D az said he was told of the ar- -The-Army disclosed plans today
rapement both by the Consul to pu. Nike guided missile defenses
WWd by Price himself. The wit- around Seattle. It said thiq will he
zlas, who was fined $120 for the last such project for the time
eition in November. 1951. said being.
Fine was one one at those
:1i with the Consul's money. Military witnesses before a House
Diaz' testimony was taken at Armed Services subeomndttee in-
bIosed session of the investigs- dictated that cities wanting Nike de-
tlqn yesterday, but he told news- senses hereafter will be asked to
aen later what he had said. provide land for the sites.
earlierr it wasannounced that The subcommittee approved the
Ihe first general election in the Seattle plan. calling for a maxi-
st'ory of this British Central mum outlay of $667.000 for acquisi-
American colony will be held tion of 195 acres in fee and 1,348
April 28. acres in basement.
The voters will choose nine of Nike si for several other big
members of a legislative coun- cities have been cleared previ-
it provided for by the new col- ously.
eril constitution. Three other Ira D. Bynon of the Defense
tamnbers are to be appointed hby Department properties and instal-
t governor. and three will be nations office told the subcommit-
go, ernment officials. tee:



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Sarea Burnin, Itchin P4ism iM
a.'on Cloudr Urine. Getting Up
rht, Rackrahes. Lumbago, ]
Nervoiusnes. Dialneus.. ead-
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Lyan, La of nergy. App*Ul,
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"We are urging the engineers to
place the Nike sites in the future
on city-owned property."
"We have the feeling that if el-
ties want to be protected they ought
to be willing to provide the prop-
erty.':" A. -_.

High-Flying Gospel
McKEEBPORT, Pa., March 26
(UP)--Plice today asked a 'sky
oilot" to quiet down hUi er-
Police Chief James Lolzes said
he had received numerous com-
plaints about the sermons and
nvmns delivered by the Rev.
Wetzel through loudspeakers at-
tached to his private plane.
Wetzel. an aviator for 23 years
and a former test pilot, became
a minister In 1950.

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carousel print against dear whlte background. Bedice Is mbldeq
for perfect it; skArt is very full for grace and comfort-By
GAILE DUGAS, NEA Woman's Editor. --

Faltering Philip!
.'haiip's life is tillea .tLh oruises.
W'ell-worn steps and rugs be ue.
?Rpairs would leave his home like new.
' A. Classifieds. fast the rlhbt cluel

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Pl'spf f/f

Of ear
and r
and xrgm f their
K at. and M.
SNaval l etw
lus.gi, i d1t1. ,
Car. ciam m A. M 8.N,
&aAn. Sora; and Mi rl Srey
Am. Bmrn.
*A DeeaMlaa. IMulud miatr
ha M fater Me h U% 2
Sthea th W

the iltedre0st s a
ur Annapolis,, Mw., b Cat.
Pattrson l be stated at the
Potomac vr Naval Ba .

,honored nd Mrs. Pattersm
*at a la_. a. a -
Mimr, U. S. N., ant 1Us. X'
roe were hosts for a sm.ll.failly
supper given fawe to Mte

H ea Ye! 'Y."
Oe Week Specal
(or whibue t6ey trt)

Regular Priced

Pinp aiee.

co. PAY -

&44ad Cut, Jull

I open took

P *MA- ** 1-o N

M 31 Balboth.i d

a CL .a. S. N.
a bufet ppr at their quar-
ters on the Pifteenth Naval reser-
vation lor t- Pttersomm.
CL Col M uts, U. S. IL C.,
W Mi Melints were hosts fr a
bufet .dnB given in farewell to
the Patterms t their residence
at t Naval ttaon Depot.

SJohn 8. Seybold apd Mrs. Say-
bold we hosts for a small dinner
givsn. a evming. at the Gov.
nowrM esidenescB Baiba Hgts.
in ho er of Mr. dward A. Bacon,
ommultant to the Secretary the
Army, and Mrs. Bes= ia' Mr.
Ralp H. Cake, a mem ed of the
board tof directors of the Paamas
Canal, and Mrs. Cake, all of whom
afe visiting R the Isthmus for
several days.
Mr. And Mrs. Q"nk T~ eatulta
Mr. James C. Quick, assistant
attache and economic fflecer of the
U.S. Embassy, and Mrs. Quick will
entertain this evening with a buf-
fe supper to be given at their home
in lawell to Mrs. Louis C. Nolan,
who with her sea, David. plans to
leave the Isthmus tomorrow eve-
ning by plane for the United States.
Citeeal Party Fo Srvey Bsrd
Capt. Douglas V. Glidding, U.S.N.
a lk Mos. Gladdu sad Capt. Kar-
ry W. nglmdI LT N.. and Mrs.
Englund will entertan this eve-
nng with a cektal party to be
given at the Sexhod residence on
e Naval Rew atid a in hoor of
Rear Adm. Clarence L C. Atkwon,
U. N. and the members f the
"On Sight" Survey Board, all of
whom are visiting on the Isthmus
from Washington. C.
Mr. And Ms. ee-
Leave Per liuda
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Rse of Di-
bloh le ersrday vi Pn Amer-
ean Arw s for Miami Florida
earoute to Coral Gabes were they
were s moned by thie doeth of
her mother, Mrs. Sema Brefman.

- Mr. and Mrs. Hugh White, form.
erly of Balboan ed now of River-
side, Californiua announce the birth
of a son, Robin Randal White, on
March 9.

Mrs. White is the oNmw Betty
Turek, daughter of Mr..afid Mrs.
Chester Trck of Balbok.
The patent grandmother is Mr
J. Whtiorerly of the Canal

College C b T Meet April 5 ..
The monthly meeting of the Ca-
nal Zone College Club will be held
pt the USO-JWB Armed Forces
Service Center, Monday, April 5.
at 4:00 p.m.
The Play Reading Group, of which
Miss Kat n Clark is chairman,
will have charge of the program.
The will be a board meeting
the Library of theUSQ-JWB
bat i: p.m. preceding the
Members and their guests are
cordally invited to attend
Cake SAed Tomorrow
"Th Balboa Rainbow Assembly
No. 1 will sponsor a Cake Sale to-
morrow it 1:00 a.m. to be held at
the Curundu, Diablo and Balboa

Milk Is oea of the oldest
known fs. Reous emist ad
co- rilk d 9A"" yin
ago. Sa ht writings 6,000S
*yeu ao tull how milk is oe
of the most meential of all
Kfoo. It w*a m s d
a medicine morsthanu.2,000
y Mag b di"athe at
EU Orlhilan Sripitures On-d
taint MW mzin to mlk
-omoi ai bst rMsembed-
"milk anil !'

- '/tmas the day

it left the Sunny hiry

Yowd haw to own your own pure-bred cow to
Pt mMa-~wy day-u frea& and good w a0m.
L*Slnta aEoflhimak ta yoir lips.TEaste Mat
amay-ich, smooth avor ites o ratrdning, any
tfe a dA.. And KlMris best kind of
ow~ay"e nma haw.
BUYvh 1tn fk Hedspecialy-packed t Mthat
kmnfiA.aw. aps. piy-th.aew n o tb.raark

FYI 9u30 "WAS


Project F Flower
Arangemet Classes
The-new project or members a
the 9* a.m. morning clss an
the 7:0 p.m. evening class, taug
b Mrs. Pat Morgan t the Balbo
MCA cb Monday wi fe.tur
dried and exotic arrangements to
the coming week.
rIdge Tenurmmet Mondray
The regular weel bridge tours
ament playd each Monday a
7:00 p.m. in the Card Room of th
Tivol Guest Rouse is opoe to th
bridge playing publi.

Loncheo Ari I For Card Gro
The Card Group of the Balbo
Woma's Club will meet at th
Panama Golf Club on April 1 a
11:00 a.m. for a no-host luncheon
Those wishing transportation art
asked to telephone Mrs. L. M. Rup
pel. 2-435S.
Emblem C0b To Meet
The Balboa Emblem Club No
49 will meet Thursday at he home
of its president, loda Monaco
6M3 New Corozal Area.

Deafsts C -
Dinner Party Tonight
Dentist delegates to the Inter
American Medical Concention front
the Canal Zone the Republic o
Panama and other countries wil
meetthis evening at 7:00 p.m. i
the Bella Vista Room of Hotel E
Panama for cocktails and a round
table dinner before attending the
water carnival at 10:00p.m.
Board To Meet Wednesday
Th board of directors of the
Balboa Woman's Club will hold its
regular monthly meeting on Wed.
nesday in the JWBLibrary.

oorado goveror

Igns Withholding

lax Billln Law
DENVER. Colo. March 26 (UP)
-Colorado became the second
dtate in the nation today to en-
act a state wtthholg tax law
Gov. Dan =Thoa i th
new tax meauMr lntn 1awftoda,
racing all Colorado waW epr-
*ra to have their state m on
aes deducted from their pay
checks at the rate of four per
cent of the federal withholding

Oregon is the only other state
having such a withholding tax
system, officials here said.
It has been estimated that the
new tax will raise some $1,500,000
extra state revenue during 1954
by collecting from persons who
now avoid payment.

increasing Prison

opulatin Wornries

p US Jalkeeper
WASNGTON, March 26 (UP)
-The federal government's boss
il'keeper said today he's getting
more and tougher "boarders" and
Y're staying longer.
Director James V. Bennett ofl
ie Federal Bureau of Prions
Id a Senate Appropriations sub-'
ommittee he will have about
000 more inmates during the
ming fiscal year than he o-
lnally estimated.
He said the average should runI
iout 19,700 instead of the 18.700
i. predicted last fan. As of today.
he figure is 19,544.
"Betides getting more of them,
heyre stryig longer," Bennett
Bennett attributed the bigger
l population and longer stays to
ugher jail sentences-about 10
or cent on the average-and few-

;eorge Lee Dies

George Emanuel Lee. a former
nploye of El Rancho beer gar-
m died Tuesday at the Santo
omas hospital after a potract-
I less.
Burial rites, conducted by the
chdeacon" Lemuel Shirley, took
iee at Jard-a de Px.s Left to
urnm are Mrs. Edna Fedee,
ughter, Walter.. Lee, son.
d several grandilden

proposal To Cut
uto Soles Tax
lixed By Senate
WASH0fO0ON. Varch 26(T7P)
rhe Senate turned down a
Sto cut the 10 enr et
- aon !esnd
n headed toward am on-

a of a mesaure to mil,'
lr exciseneks b] more san

ROMAN STUDENTS RIOT Students shouting
demonstrate In the streets of Rome. Premier
thins from getting out of hand. The students,
the sixth anniversary of the unfulfilled promise
Trieite's free territory to Italy.

Retai Employes

Plman Pacora Ouing

For Decoraion Day
The Atlantic and Pacific Re-
* tall Stores employes' annual out-
e inc will be leld at Pacora on
t Monday, May S1.
1. A committee for the Atlantic
e side under the leadership of
P. urcell Gilmore made a special
trip to Pacora last Sunday, to
make final arrangements.
A softball game ,I be played
on the day of the o .ting between
e the Pacific and .'.tlantic em-
, ployes. Any employes who wishes
to take part In the game. may
contact 8iebert Haynes of the
amp Bierd store.
Main events of the day Will be
swimming and dancing. atus
Swill be furnished by the momar
a orchestra.
f Application for the trip may
1 be made with the following
Members of the committee: 8.
a Haynes, 0. Reid and Glendora
d Burnett of Camp Bierd; 0.
Spencer, M. Haynes, C. Jordan of
Rainbow City; P. Fredericks, A.
Moran and I. Martin of Cristn-
bal; I. Mongerle of Margarita
and Miss R. Rennie of Chagres
and Gatun.
Tentative hour of departure of
the buses Is 5 a.m. from the
9 amp Bierd shoe shop on the
ay of the outing.

'Fanny' Jones
Dies In Gorgas
Miss Frances (Fanny) Jones.
37-year-old Panama City house.
wife, died early this morning In
Gorgas Hospital, where she had
been receiving-treatment since
last January for rheumatic fever.
She is survived by her mother,
Mrs. Mabel Jones and her sister,
SMiram, In addition to two chil-
dben. b.. .
OA Fuerat services will be an-
nouneed later'.

Ike To Address
COP Women's
Pdrley In April
-The White House announced
today that President Elsenhow-
er wil speak briefly to the Re-
publican Womena' Centennial
Conference here Aoril 8.

-e EaseOf

chafe, baby's d rash. World's.
gist s ling ma cted family
powdrI SSs ies^

Is s a (NSA Radio Telephoto
"Treste b ours", and giving the Paacist ahlut
Mario Scelba's swift-moving police prevented
nearly 2000 in hudmber, were belatedly marking
by the U.S.. Britain and France to give all o
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Cotton mattresses 3/3
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Uo useo1td .
M* R S*L-Furniture, newly built, at
WgreatrficLivnrom: 1I white
Oak upholbterdee chair, 2 white
agegg rugs& "&. 9 Il0*.. Dini..-
ioema;nl.oak.s taloe' nvhogpny to-
ble,6 olak stolned mehoaony clal,
upholsted-smts. Bedroom: White
S.enameled mahogn twin beds.
white. enameled bed table, drapes
and bed 'priedd to match Mi, cel-
laoneoum: Pictures, drapes for lounge
and spare bedrobom. 4 sfraldot' mo-
'- hogany chairs, I metal bed usedd,
1 metal dresse (used), 1 chest of
drMwes (used). From 10 am. to
12 noen Apt. 4-C, Moduro Apart-
Srmen, E6l Congrnio.
SSALE:-Refrlgeo itor, 25 e vttO;
S" dingroom set bedroom sethouse-
i; hold articles. Iouse 0840-G, IBdOr-
boa. ___
FOR SALE:-Norge refrigerator. 25-
v cycle; mahogany llvingroom set. 5-
piece; three steel dressers. Margori-
to 8054-B. Phone 3-1860.
0 (OR SALE: -' 4-wrtMtr stove, good
condition, JOlq Arosemena 97, top
SIOR SALE:- New Monitor washenr
S machine .-cycle. $50.00. House
24-D, Rio Grande Street. Pedro Mi-
guel. Phone 4-573.
?. IOR SALE:-Bendix diaolomatic wash-
S ing machine, one wool rug. Phone
86-5283. Qtrs. 291-B, Albrook..
FOR SALE:-Due to trip: Frigldaire.
stove, Rattan furniture, diningroom.
Simmons beds. Excellent condition
Phone Panama 2-4249.
R FOR SALE' Latr model General
S electric refrigerator, like new; gos
. i stove. Good price. No. 2, 48th St.
Apt. 1.

P fOR SALE: --Mahogany couch. 60-
- cycle automatic washing machine,
.. 60-cycle refrigerator 11 cubic feet.
Phone Panama 3-3923, 184-A
Belisarlo Porras.
FOR SALE:-Refinished Quartermas-
ter mahogany buffet. House 1555-
D, Bolsa Street. Balboa.
FOR SAL:-Complqfte bedroom suite,
: 7 pieces. Call Albrook 86-6226,
Quo terms 333-A.

I R SALE: Single Hollywood bed.
S dresser, night table $65; living-
Sdinlngroom table with 2 chairs $25;
platform rocker $25; rug 9x12, new
K .$50; cloth coats, size 38 $5; desk
or piano lamp $1; rose winegiesses.
S aOndwich set $2.50 each. Balbeo
3 3695.

1 !Polti6n Offered
WANTED:- Serviceman for washing
rnochine, stoves and appliance re-
pairs. Must have commercial driv-
el's license. "Elga" Distribuidora
Elictrica, S.A. No. 72, Peru Ave

;h NY March 31
SARASOTA, Fla.. March 28 -
S (UP) -The circus, with aU its
U. etacles and pa l, left win-
quarter td-y to open its sea
ew York o it way- by a

S The it. Rev. Msgr. Charles 8.
alemr lmeshed the train carry
0 S thecow.. hgh-wi* e art.ts
S .ed savage beasts of the big
!I >W" aetmudr as hbr .m w "-
; b dthe Ow dMtlbaprid nrum
SlBros. and Barnum
epel M Mediumn

FOR SALE:-1947 Chriyler Windsor
4-door sedan. Good condition, ra-
dio, new point. Can be financed.
Duty paid. Tel. Paam 3-16r8.
FOR SALE:- Cleon 1950 Chevrolet
4 *door: Completely overhauled
brakes, new tire, shortwove radio.
Must sell Immdately. Will accept
best cash offer. 3-1697.
FOR SALUs-1949 Chefwele Sede
dhmt y (III* -d WeMdlM), Mdel
fhr neor ner stor es, do-
iveMIy s Tsk vhlme Is IN ex-
cOllMt oMi .e., wI uu for
*eAy $900.00, Duty pld4 Ce1: C.-

FOR .SALL.--1941 Plymouth 4-door
sedan: radio, seat covers. 87-5201
days, 6305174 evenings.
FOR SALE:-1951 Ford V-8 Fqrdar:
Radio, under-coated, clean. Excel-
lent condition. Phone Balboa 1554.
House 5849, Diablo.

FOR SALE: Going Stateside Save
$600 on 1953 Ford like new, only
10 months old. 5700 easy miles.
V-8 Customline with Fordemotic &
w/s/w tire, undercoated. Phone
Albrook 6188.
FOR SALE:-1953 Singer Converti -
ble, perfect condition. Used only iIn
the city since new. Bargain, will sell
for $1,150. See it at the DODGE-
FOR SALE:-'51 MG two-rqassenger
convertible, 22,000 miles, good
condition, $800.00 cash. 716-B
Prodo, Balboa, Saturday or Sunday.
FOR SALE:-Studebaker Commander
four-door: Radio, original owner.
white sidewall tires. Federico Boyd
No. 1, Phone 3-1516.

Real Estate
home by more Canal Zone families!
than any othpr city In'the U.S.A. For
information on a home to suit your
specifications write James F. Olive.
c/o Robt. E. Leo, Realtor. 611 FIrsi
Ave. North, St. Petersburg, Flo. 133
years of real estate experience. I
YEAR, beautiful house: two bed-
rooms, two bathrooms, water, light.
berbece, garden Irrigation. BUis
con prove it cost 512,500. Selling
for only $6,500 with only $3,500
down. Rush to see two blocks bee
yond New Arraijon bridge, right
hand side with sign SE VENOlM
S2-2346j"PATTE T'Ek-
PCR SAE-Good o runity-e buy
a property and house with 1500
so.-meters, water, light and tele-
phone in San Francisco near bus-
step. Central Avenue No. 259, Tel.

BoaNt & Motors
FOR SALE:-16-ft."plywood boat with
shelteredd cabin, fully equipped, li-
censed for persons; also 10-hp.
Johnson mother and trailer. Phone
Balboa 2-2550.
Help Wonted

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EL VIN LO TO -O Offetn: SWm
desks, filing cobnets, office chase,
mimeographs, Karde, at fraction of
cast. Ave. A, 84-A.

FOR SALE:- White Leghom chicks,
pure bred, Amerlon government
certificate. Santa Fe Poultry Form,
S.A., Box 936, Telephone 2-5206,
Panama, R.P.
FOR SALE:-Zenith portable Trans-
Oceanic radio, 6 months old. Navy

FOR SALE: Radio ports and test
equipment, Kodak medallist, com-
pressor, Jeweller's lathe and nany
other bargains. I'm not trying to
make money. Hove to get rid of
everything by Saturday. Garage
761-X-I Barneby St. 7 p.m. to
9:30 p.m.

FOR SALE:-Winter Spinet piano very
good condition. Phone 3-4253.

Sealed bids, for opening in public, will
be received until 10:30 a.m. March
30, 1954. in the office of Su0Uhln-
tendent of Storehouses, Balboa, for
approximately 2.300 net tons of Fer-
rous Scrap Metals located at Section
"I," Balboa Storehouse, telephone 2-
2120. Invitation No. 55 may be ob-
tained from the above source, or from
office of Superintendent of Store-
houses, telephone 2-1815.

FOR SALE: Mahogany diningroom
set. Hutch buffet; maple davenport
set; doublebed, coil springs, inner-
spring mattress; 9-ft. refrigerator.
defrost attachment; misc. furnish-
ings. garden tools. Saturday and
Sunday. Payne, 0965, Bamboo St.,
lel. 2-1451.
FOR SALE: Year old Dobermn
Pinscher. Gentle with children $60.
Balboa 6381-.
FOR SALE:--Couch & chair 540.00
coffee table $4.00: pair of lamps
$5.00; 2 snall rugs $1.00; book
and 10 matching books $12.00;
end table $3.00; rocker $2.00. Tel-
ephone Albrook 6198. Qtrs. 203-A
FOR SALE:-Will accept partner or
will sell "Panaderio Ancon" on Es-
tudiante Street, Panoma.j
FOR SALE:-G.E. electric tan, 2 chest
of drawers, 2 washtubs No 2 Iron-
ing board, wicker clohes basket,
china cabinet. apartment size 4-F
burner gas stove. Via 'Porrat, 8th
SSt.. San Fronisco, House 182. G.l.

FOR SALE:---Grinder, Hone. Sunner,
model LB; 100-lb. Gas, Freon 12,
with cylinder; 3 cylinders, Freon,
150 lbs., empty; 20-lb. gas, S02,
with 25-lb. cylinder; cylinder, Fred-
on, 50 Ibs.; cylinder, Freon 10 lbs.;
2 units Westinghouse, 25 cycles;
compressor unit and blower for Chill
Room unit, large; deep freeze, 16
fr.: motor, I /-hp., 25 cycles; mo-
tor. I-hp.. 25 cycles; motor, /a-hp.
25.cycles; 6 motors, /4-hp. 25 cy-
cles, Coldspot; 8 motors, '/4-hp. 25
cycles; compressor and motor,
Westinghouse; compressor and mo-
tor. Crosley. Phone 6-324.

WANTED:--eook & housekeeper tor PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
couple, to live in. Must hove good OFFERS STRUCTURS
references. Call Fort Clayton 87- FOR SaL
5136 after 5 p.m. Sealed bids for opening in public, will
be received until 10-30 a.m. April 5,
!,, Ca 1954, in the office of Superintendent
Sip SodOs; of Storehouses, Blboa, for one lot of
| three buildings and one lot of four
Settle Suit buildings located in Ancon. one build-
ing and one lot of four buildings lo.-
dMPHI8, Tenn., March 26 coted in Balboa, one lot of seven
(UP) When John F. Raws buildings looted in Gatun, the Gam-
and John CrMIr apeared before boa Clubhouse, and the Margarita
City Court Judge Phil C bale Hospital consisting of three buildilris.
a their ears coidedm the Invitation No. 75 may be secured
Judge tod them to "settle It from the Housing Managers at BaI-
youselves." boa Heights, and Cristobol. Clubhouse
Manager at Gamboa and Clerk-In-
S et' have an Ice cream so.- Charge at 0"tun. or from office of
da," awls said. He and Canale SuperidtWAnit of Storehouses, tale-
reied to an lee cream parlor phone 2-195L.
and returned to the court with -
1l banutes to announce they Mt1
hd reached an agreement. ln l u .3i.
TIM did not even finish their Wsb W P iwSe
--6. To SIege 'A ek'

LEGAL NOTICE Tonight Al Albrok
wu&MVM wILVn A e imuuAAW

Camel Zone
D CAi IAL. aIo
WIIna Aaudaf, Paettlff
lty Aleuderf. Dm SUMMONS
r z..- I S o.7
Civil Doeket 10
To the* bo.e-nam.d defendant:
vT. ame heaby reuirem dt appmar mad
'anse, tr emaplatt filed In the above-
mttbnd oethe within nlaty dais alter
te. tiht ele of publisltion.
1T uoe of your failure to asIPsl
Ind answer juedsnl wmlbe takes
MaIell you by default for the nIlek -
WfiM She umora e Outbhre 1.
Cr. Ja 1e,. UmDted Ctate DMtrkt
in the Disritet a thO Coun tZem.
he M 11. los.

s Y om a u sak cme i& ther.
S m h*a dhri F. Crew.

After a successful run at Coco
3olo, Coral ind Port Kobbe,
Lhe Carbbean Players prode-
Lion of Arnkle and Old Lace wil
be rformd at Alb tt
at o'clock and wMli e atr
Oullck's 8 p.performance net
The three-act comedy hu been
received favorably by the Isth-
mus audience and the perform-
era, in general, have hilarousy
proven why Arsenic was a t
oam Broadway.
Arseni and Old Lace centers
arod two enal but crtm.
S iC MInsane who have
Iulo closed of a doon
9 11 to h poos-pjacked seder-

The waomspeetnguests have
iL beae buled by the doU
Oman In % collar dtebh conr
.0pot" q zkpbsy Te


ft=ri CIUMK OwWA -Upool,
swa Phg 41. e1=
mor _~

Gremllch Santa C h" cotta ,
electric refrigertion, as stove.,
moderao ram. Phr 6-441 er
WILLIAMS' Santao Clr. h .Cot-
nea Of 900 Mpt

FOR RENT:-Furnlhed new modem
chalet in Miraflores (techars' reli-
dentlal sectionn: two bedrooms, ga-
rage $110.00 monthly. Coil 2-
3436. Panoma, during office hours.

FOR RENT: Chalet: 4 bedrooms,
livingroom, diningroom, kitchen,
garage and large yard, $150.00.
52nd Street No. 15, Telephone 3-
2229 during office hours. Coretak-
er across the street.
FOR RENT:- Completely furnished,
very cool residence in Bells Vista
46th St. No. 22 only to responsible
party: Porch, livingroom, dining-
room, 3 bedrooms, hot water, pan-
try, kitchen, garage and patio. Tel.
3-0436. $190.00 per month.

FOR RENT:-Furnished residence, No.
36 Cuba Avenue: 4 bedrooms, 3
bathrooms, livingroom, diningroom,,
kitchen, receiving room, bar, maid's
room. rage. Telephone 3-3469 or

FOR RENT:-Three-bedroom chalet:
dinlAgroom, porch, terrace, 2 both-
rooms, maids room. 51st St. No.
24, Bella Visto. Phone 3.4994,
Ave. Peru 71, office hours.
FOR RENT:- Three-bedroom chalet,
new: Large livlng-diningroom, three
services and maid's room, garage,
large yard. Dr. Alberto Navarro
Street No. 26 at El Congrejo.
FOR RENT:-House on Via Bellsario
Porros, San Francisco, 11th Street
No. 8. Inquire same house.

ATTINTION 0. I. Just built modern
famMlsd apartment, oneI., t w C
bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel.
eplane Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT:- 2-bedroom artunt,
boahrotm. Recently buil nilld Ih
"El Cangrelo," Via ArgentinoNo.
55, Telephone 3-3164.

FOR RENT:-Two-bedroom furnished
apartment, one air-conditioned,
en Perejil Street. Call 3-1277.
FOR RENT:'- One-bedroom opart-
ment, completely'furnished: living-
room, kitchen, diningroom, indepen-
dent services. Two blocks from At-
las Garden. Call Tel. 2-0242 and
ask fr Mrs. Ine.

FOR RENT; Modem lust pointed
apartment: living-diningroom, two
bedrooms, hot water, 5 closets, ga-
rage. Justo Arosemena 97, top floor.
FOR RENT:-Comfortable apartment.
new building "El Cangreio." Well
located. Telephone Panama 2-1456.

FOR RENT:-,- Small department and
office (third house on street adjoln-
Ing Hotel El Pinama). Moderately
Priced. Apply Foto Halc6n (next
door). Telephone 3-1179 or 3-
FOR RENT.-Apartments. two rooms,
unfurnished. Carrasquillo. Sabonas.
New concrete house. Apply Estu-
diante 98.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom furnished
apatment. 2nd Street Perejl No.
11, Telephone 3-2694.

FOR RENT: Two-bedroom Apart-
ment sitajoted In El Cangrejo. Call
3-3164 after office hours.
AMERICAN COUPLE desires to share
clean furnished apartment. No. 13,
43rd Street., Bella Vista.

FOR RENT: -, One-bedroom apart-
snent, health, very quiet location.
See owner 4th Ave. No. 13, San
FOR RENT:-wo three-bedroom
dpaetments,furnIshd or unfurnish-
te 4th reet 7040, Melendez and
Broodwoy, Colon.

FOR RENT: One-bedroom apart-
ment in La Joya |uliding. Avail-
able immediately. Phone Panama 2-
0027 er 3'0763.

FOR RENTt Modem eparament,
water. Fir Avenue "El Carmen."
ntmce ing Juan franco, oFpo-
site house 94.
FOR RENT:-2-bedroom opertment:
LUiM-Ln., dhiib.-eem, hkreI ,
laundry room, maid's rm with
bathroom, o arom. Abert
Street No. 53, El Cangrejo." Tel-
ephone 3.-3070. Panams.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedroom
epa mbin wt fwineo nd dtlnhg
roomm, kitCdh maids rom -and
bot In El Ca.ero. Knieahaod
of Hotel m. For fham
particular please cll 3-498.
FOR RNT:--Fuanswd one-bedem
apartment, maelfm e Imti, tFed-
erico "ed Noe. 1, ne 3e-lSI

WANtED: 25 c-. eseitic
washing machine. Plue swm 3-
3927,.c^n ii*Biii^-ki~~lwrn --w Tre-w9

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Thet"n,"re Gd .


Paiikere, Ehippy Moe
Ir. 86. 1DSMiU
Taller Trasmpeete Baxter
Expert Mechaulc t& iftt.
mato ahd nidmramaTe Tranm.
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Mary Pickford, a fabulouS name In the hitory of Wtin
ctue who s not cased to be The 8 eat o
nlinleh r has only reased wIth_-av axnew

InterMesl apo, and will cotue their trip oexco tomor-
Miss Pickford s making her linrst tour outside of the tnited
states I many years, and her visit, In PanamA conl4_ with
the oelebcation of the Wth anniversary of -tile tfpnaUn of
United Artist Cor cporte.,
The Uied Ak sto Corgoration w" for ,d.on April 17,
1910. It s founders and eau o-owne wers y A Wkford
Charles Chaplin, DOugla Falrbanks and D. W. Onnh.
The gulding princpleas'of the new company, as s.t forth In
the Articles of Incwrpartion. were "to Impree the photoplay
Industry a" I rt U tand rds. and the methods of market-
ing photoplays," and to "market photoplays In- the Interests of
the artists wo create them." g.c.

Attention Canal Zone Resimtei

Pure Latex Foam'Rubber Mattresso for
direct delivery trpnt Holland

from $331.0 each.

CathedMtlagl ad the emner ar Ft I Btsa,
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One bHock from TW9M 'Caoe<

Tel. L 17f9

Bat 5ocdast XMM Luus and
-AMt oomno. w

* effft to et .m Id-E
bhaseenter coaMlUrn go~eMW~t.

there ad ethe
amok respin in suib

IMoteIUrWn on the matter,"
the motion omi.

den but jouraalis Brioa
Mute wrote *ae was the voxtm
of s sa-and-dope_ d that
her death w ue up by o-
lice. A witne at MutOl lldwt-
/I libel trial named pcco
ion, Pero. as an "asaimm.

Pe WI Attend

Final Left

nn April 9

LTICA l CI', March 26
) pa Plus1 XII has da-
d to atted the third and 1-
Lnten sarmo cedulM to
Mid In the throne o

be ,= dicieed this Inten-
to l s rate doctor, Prof.
H~rdo afe Ls anftr the
r c utomary daily vint
he an ten sermon wa
today in the throne room by
chln Father Clemente Da
S Maria In Punta, In the
mnce of all the cardinals
bishops and high prelate of
Papal Court.

The W-year-old Pontf, who
began e .thd month of Sl,
iUln yee1", spent thI re
matters In hsis a studio
with Ma nong= r ovanni mat-
tista M ,nil. Pro-leretary of
atto of ordinay affairs..
Nurher the Pope Mad attended
Masrctedhinsle private chap-
SelbyII efn Jeut fatherJo
sef Hendrix ad had rece=e
Holy communion.

Full Schedule
(Cmituted from Page 1)
gin at 4:30 o'clock at the Goe-
thas Memoeal at the foo of
the Adminstration Building

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u w a ared I have a d M

W e uh ,. y l-M, i .
t SM.e V d WII1 of at Mr..and Ms. SamiA Blackburn.
be arriv Tud aya et Jr. announce the U rMof a son -n
ma 0 trWinI v1 n the states. a -as110410c at Great Neck, L. L Le
._l her daughter, Ardis, to a by has been named Samuel
taW for her Je t fi toward, 3rd.
Which oek place e graedprnt
of v cdor.r aVM rm Samu Alackbuar
t . Mer., o Cristobal. Te maternal
G a la of Gl Theannual ram estival will andparen Mr. and Mrs.
g.o W e at Crldtoil HIh ak L n of Great Neck."
dt rFred, oid One-act plays wien USeIdd*

reRamual s w io Sin ter' An Brvnghhff cabled that he wished ee theX=OdtoR the UJns AM
Setd in draas a re nvid. take ploe this weekend at n ,
i ^___ n, how to get him down here. For RUm was in ores.
"MTNr Ahom ANOarae ( f CI'a serving a tour in le U t' my, Russ wax slightly
"es of Alantle Plans Motnt However two Ayays me. w Oaborne. Director of the
th s The A e Ass ollies and h Dve Contest received a cable saying that 1-
Sctthir annual re WASHINGTON, March 26 (UP) lin on furlouh, h tch lked. ,,h way as far aa Sn Fran-
Swivuesofte treat to b l u y at BI- -The United States has given the co ad he till trying to get Panamaa
he' medi Eal gray's pIace da Puerto luon. dploitte baush-t f to Rutia' Joe Cunntnghm, Manager o f E.aaam told a few Pn
second bid for information on Yuri mA business men about Ru sand they warm-h a
g e i nM'au telaeded: Hob C, NUiMm oa wVlM b ca oRastvorov, missing Soviet diploat agreed to extend a helping hand to _oeu dver. Reltst w
t Henry bratedlnat at 8:00 a.. spy. mtss tate D Mpartiart dI s- that Smoot ParPdes, cheiaerfleldOfs Ame
-uL vY. u Duib 1rin the Mines Medal Churtt, ed today. _Baaar, Arias PAbrega & Fabrega and Al Pa "c.Im
Day, of t a and thisT Wt followed a scom- Press clce Lincoln White said n" for Collins PAA flight to Pana nA to ty for tme,
SItlado Mr. union br At in the ha. Soviet Ambassador George N. Zarf- lton Todd, PAA Manager hManager emle Col
Jhn t Wflne* Bsses wlb at th. h to ubin "raised the question of Rast- Collns in private lif ist a pro ons high dfir Wih the
b t b' ....t t.he g & ewts. Pilmat vorow" Mho dropped out st "Aqua Thrill show. In the lat high d di uh1ampoh for
*-oo ; 9:00 am.-teach hi bto bring her in Tokyo two months ago urin prs. he placed third. The dive from thj IO ft. Is Jst
lunch. The costwl be a doUar a call yesterday on Secretary of "chicken feed" to him.and from all reports he has a good chance
S- to cqver the transportation and State John ouster Dulles. of winning the title tha tine.
al-Colon Rotary Club soft White said that Dulles "told the Collins due to th. goodwill of Panamt merchants will arrive
liMnore$ e Reserve Ofcess of For reservations cal Miss Blan- ambassador he would ye the mt- In time for the Itwaer au.s and Diving tonight. s.c.
ter his ittention." This frequently'
is a diplomatic wa of eosigning .
Open Air Community Party ... e ""- Church Of God Bishops
The United States has been play-
A Curundi Tomorrow Night ui aever sinceame wa To Have Showdown Today
+ former member of the Soviet me-
c ret police, dippared the night o
Sof Jan. 31 just before he Was sched--
Tbhe iWamin Pool Asses- ceaUo program of dances. I- uled to return to Russia. probably MURRAY, N.C., March 28 (UP) overlook& the shrine "Fields of
S inn ~hdu baa ach b edue clu. square dancing end mn- forurg. Bshop Homer A. Tomlinson the Wood," where A. TomUin-
mypartytobe jic- by on of the most popular wile ha country haa Mected of New York Is scheduled to lad son had a vision inl o0 which
be~l. tatpthe tennis entertainment groups on the a tight curtain of secrecy about a caravan of Church of God fol- resulted in formation of the
cd su night. lthmus. Prizes, many of them the episode, there is every inaes- lowers into this small southwest- Church of God.
T is oneIn r series of accumulate in connection with tion Rastvorov is in U.S. hands, am North Caroina community
actv t.rofde one year of the fair, Wl be many. Som iformants said he had been today for a legal and spiritual Bishop aomer said the two
iv the vlla Celebries who will attend he removto the West Coast for safe showdown In a "tragedy between million doalar e n t for the
"6f fCurand1t. fair are to be meomaiMOf the ty after being questioned by Amer. two brothers." shrine shoud ha 0 e to the
yeart tldes champo hip Clttle lean inteligenc agents on Okina- poor. and he cued h broth
otbne s indoor en- League baseball t wi wa. The 81-year-old general over- er's faction, lan ch ofrod
tortalnSpent and a street cari- have their own table at Will be seer of the Church of God which of p at Idolatry" for
al. prepared to pO e. autoraphU It alosbas been said that If ast- was founded near here a half- creating the ahrnoa
A deul of the material for any farsighted baseball fans vorov is in U.S hands he might century o by the late B30

Sall t hr1 deo r any vrndi lc enter- kus madeno iandite moie edehammer attack last O all (o the n.atest w
pie will do't IC all shovel warKJ talnmentist to h the public a after Rastvorov's mysterious d. vemberon the stone Ten Cd'- participate*lna Athern" that
upur and 'fins concrete and dd good time. T1o do that, It has appearance. Then, on Feb. 15 the mandment eq d by, rival night at the hig seholadi
h lumbing. When the poolsho been decided to keer this party Soviet embassy her sent a note chArch 'fact Ie his r, he said
completed for use it will re all the way over on the informal to the tte Deparmt cal ag at- brother. oes rl tn-
MCnt a siaebie investment p of -a siden. tension to press reports that e son of Cleve land Tenn. Noe al the ly wold be
rat community spirit and Teenagers can attend n dun- was in UI.S. hands. mhi m ,n d "moraIe in 4taegther,
labur o n whose n children earees with shirtT tails flying in The Commandments are in thntota
St5 he Saturday the bree- ft they wish, Refresh- The. Sate Depastmenat replied sev- side o Burger Mountain which defense.
night danOe Ia expected to bring ments will be barbecued ham- oral days later that It was "inves-
in wti dPr 0 of h oe required cash. burgers and hot degP. Conven- tigatilng." Nothing more came of "We shall aeI why tiatn gae
completed for cost those w hill o lently cached will be ample su- the State until Zarbi's call yes- brp is work as a rinterUn--
eat intend'., there w it be an e- les of ced beverage.nds.ter are th came a preacher juti months
hoe chhteheeeiesbwithhshirteron

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halboa 4:,6:15 7:50 DIAWJ TS. 6:15 :i
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Pedre.Miguel 6:15 -t8:25

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Chapters 7-9-0
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Last Chapters
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For Mexico C

representatives In PA-n= ,
Mexico. Guatemala, 9 w a,
31 Salvador, Nicaraguam#4d o-
ta Rica will meet wlt tWe Offl-
clal of PAA's Latin A~a ca
Division at a two-day ae~a de
in Mexico City next Mo and
Wilbur L. Morrison, eeoutive
vice president, in charge of the
division, will head the iteautives
from Miami Other officials will
attend from New Or leans,
Brownsville and Houatbm.
Panama will be renrmleted by
PAA Director Eltpn D. 5Odd and
Ricardo Arango Jr. traffic and
sales manager of Pananm City:
Charles E. Maher. traffic and
sales manager from Col6n and
Pindley B. Howard. Tocumen air-
port station manage ,
Methods of bettering 'aseNmer
and cargo service and ieriafng
efficiency throughout all dtpart
ments will highlight the confer,
ence, according to Edwin Dras-
cher. division manager.
Other topics on the program,
include.plans to increase tourist
traffic, and how PAA canl best
continue to aid the economy of
Panama and the other countries.
The Mexico City conference
will be the first of three such di-
vilson-wide meetings this spring.
A Caribbean meeting hba been
set tentatively at BOct Chica In
the Domtincan Reiublle in mid-
noril. and a South American
East Coast conference is sched-
uled for Rio de Jpneiro May 3-4.
From San Jos6. Costa Rica,
will come Rodolfo M. Ulloa. traf-
fic and sales manager Fnd sta-
tion manager Sidney G. New-
comb. Managua. in Nicaragnq,
will be represented hv George B.
LIndh. traffic and sales manager.
and station manager David M.
Wanton Jr. From TegvIckaln" .
lHondiuras. Luls Maricha1. traffte
end sales manager, and Joffre J.
Warren, station manager, will
Host in Me*ico will he men-
aging director Francis 8. Adams
and division renresentaett ps
Glenn tennis, traffic, and Ha -
ry Rammter, 'operations.
Other scheduled to attend lIp-
elude station managers Claude
P. Billiard of Brownsville and
John A. Parks of New Orleans.
James A. Maxwell Jr.. assistant
division chief pilot for the West-
ern sec t o r: Station Manager
Eriest Tudson Smith and Capt
Samtul E. Enfield, pilot, all of

Congressmen Agree

On Compromise BNll

For USAF Academyi
-House and Senate cbnferees
agreed today on a compromise
bIW eo allow the Air Force to set
isp a lion dollar service
The limit on the authorization
was taken from the bill as passed
by the senate. The House had set
a preliminary ceiling of 26 mil-
The tonference committee al&o
eompromjisa on a provision of the
Senate Bill allowing 12.5 per cent,
of the duats o all three ser-
vice acmdemies-including Wes t
Point sad Annapohs,-to transfer
to another service, members said,
The provision was rewritten to
require approval of both West
Point, and Annapolis for such


The committee dropped a Sen-
ate provision to require a five-
man site selection board to recom-
mend a site or sites within 45
soon as practicable." Also drop.
ped was a Senate requirement
that Air Force Secretary Harold
B Tlbott report within 15 days
making selection to the
Ard Services Committees of
e us and Senate.
A Senate provision was retained
requiring the secretary to accept
any unanimous site choice of the
seeetioO board.
The compromise may be ready
for Oetin m mthe Senate late this
week and in the House early hext

Clothiers List
Prince Charles
As Best Dresser
LONDON, March 26 (UP) -
The Tailor and Cutter, newspa-
per organ of the men's clothing
trade, listed 5-year-old Prince
Charles today as the world's best
dressed man.
Porftlrio Rubirosa, estranged
husband of dime store heiress
Barbara Hutton, placed sixth ina
the list of 10.
Prince Charles was put top of
the list, the newspaper said, be-
cause he sets fashions which are
copied by adults as well Is chil-
dren. Charles' cloth cap. "mould-
ed to a curved peak effect," and
his velvet collared top coat were

Spring Theme
To Highlight
The monthly orchestra dance
which will be held at the Bal-
boa USO-JWB Armed Forces
Service Center Sunday from 7 to
10 p.m. will feature a spring
A gala evening has been plan-
ned with male furnished by
Pete's Olhc Combo orchestra,
Sponsors for the dance are Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Spevak, Mr. and
Mrs. et umb Mr. and
Mrs. Almn Widegorin and
apt. d MrW& Beymour 8chaeft-

HOLLYWO -(NSA)-- Holly- In his
wood on TV: "Movie stars haven't named
ufered career setbacks on live
TVany more thn they have in
pictures or on the stage."
That's the wordage from Ernie
Cluckaman. who has given many ceisu
ellulold guys and dolls their video eser.-
baptism as producer of the Dpnald the a w
O'onnor and Martin and Lewis w t th
stanzas on NBC's Comedy Hour. chapter
Just because a couple of flm
tars have lopped It Comedy Hour A Holfly aIEne aaho r wh0f
laugh sketches, Erale's net hbm for obvious -ea- i .u U I
htlg, 'Hflywood, S t ay Away anoY lnymo, leap I e te
From~ My Der." He believes sov. over the q r ed Hol
le Idols have "great value" to any lywood dr t shows w this
TV show. But he admits there inside:
more risk for them with new ma-
erial In live TV comedy th an "Producen pew oter s ,
straight emotig. tossing asid ine, smuvltie s
Says Ernie: "Laugh hits on while lednf r what they call
Broadway are pre4ested on the 'exciting' plots. t the chra-
road but even then there are $300.- terms are hallo tat e dilg is
a00 flops. But there are dramatic weighted down with. c4dsdoq't
eggs laid on the screen and in matte, The p u td inud
New York too. If a TV show hatch. 'I's in the groove.'
es a couple of turkeys n e sea "The 'groove it- d 't eur
son of 39 weeks, it's a good aver- to the producers, I a deep rut of
age.*" mediocrity. .The co rows tale
Ernie's been around so long (as in Hollywood TV t' tIu-
comic, gagman, producer and di, dios than it does Iowa.
sector) that he remembers Jacke
Gleason as a. teen-ager begg i I
him for t chance to do a Durante K T
impersonation in a vaudeville show
of the early '30's.
He winces: "I told Jackie to UW S
get lost."
Matidoee Idol Foru B h r

It's a bull's-eye for Pinky Lee,
ithe little fellow in the checkered
coat and hat, in his third try as a
TV funnyman. It's his audience of
small fry this time around, says
Pinky, who have turned the trick
for him on NBC's late afternoon,
"The Pinky Lee Show," a 30-min-
ute caper for the kiddies.
The show j st hit the second

NKW YORK, Match M (UP) -
Johbi S. MoQuade Jr.. r ted in
society circles as one of the na-
tion's most eligible cholors be.
fore ils sudden decioto study'
for the priesthood in' 190, has
given a two million dollar In-
heritance to younger brother, It-
was disclosed today.

highest rating On NBC's aftern~o
lineup and inky told his ma At time of hi tr
1 sInto the novitiate, at S. An-
ager: dtew's-oj-the Hudson, Meaitude
Im going, out and celebrate. had si fed his ntti of
I'm going to buy my wife a mink giving t Whe for tte brth
stole and a five-pound can of rF. thnnalrd McQuade, Bqi his
coffee." wealthy friends refused to be-
elve m.
Television can kid itself
dept.: On "Topper Ann Jeffreys, John, who stil has abt 14
wild-eyed over a stubborn TV set, years before he. s ordained a
is asked: "What's on Channel 3?" Jesuit priest currently has a
Replies Ann: "Channel 2." teaching ajjgnment at the In-
S ostitutlon. Kinnaird* *t a student
First Hollywood teleflming in at the University Of Pennlvla-
foreign ,locales will be for Louis nia.
Hayward's 1"L1ne Wolf" series.
Europe will be the background for Re j j
13 of the firms, with others to be
made in .Mex ico ty, and Hawai, 1
Beami ov is escape from a
swashbuckling top-bat roles, If I
as their twonterivit eye. Hay-
ward's alred 1ted in San Franl
isco, at Dam, a in OW 0k
Reno for ses, and says:
"We're Y" location iDUM Mareh 6 (UP -
every ffvity of the 'flhivg fii dis lera today angrily re-
room plots' is over." |ected Soviet ims that Rus-
.b experts har* mastered tht
Areae nJcl1 skcrets of makieg Iish
Promised hoped for: Ed whisky.
Gardner's retux as Archie on the Moscow radio claimed last
telefilm versial of Duffy's Tavern night that the Soviet product Is
. .It's supposed to be a secret, so good it may be exported to
but the actor who does the Jerry ate lltes in Europe and China
Colonna.ish vo6ie of the tiger who 1nd possibly to: nations of the
bays at the n'Ipol in Bob Clam- Middle East.
pelt's "Time for Beany" is-Jefty
Colonna. He's paid scale for his, "Russian-made Sovyetsky visky
labor of love. . .That important- is not whiaky," said a spokesman
looking folder marked "Top Se- for Jobh Power & Sons.. a fam-
cret" on Deal Arna desk con- ed Irish distiller.
tains plans and specifications for "Irish pot still whisky Is made
the Carmen Miranda-Xavier Cugat from Irish barley in the tradi-
telefilm series. The Desilu Co. will tonal method. The Russians
film the show. .Dan Duryea pop' never will be able to duplicate
ularity note; A Chinese erstaurant genuine Irish."

DueI to tei IhII trIke, the feature
'Lo ng Lon Trafeew oit*inally sehed-
1*ld or fMareh 27-8139 will not be a-
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t-$ e Becord Shop
7:16-Radio Varieties UJB.A.
7:30-Reapot from the UJB.A.
5:00-The Platter Parade
8:30--The Blx Crosby 8haw
9:0*--MO Name (EBC)
9:30-Your Playbouse of Favor
10:00.-Londun tudio Redta's
10:30--Avouet uIes of PC 49
11:00-The Owl'k. est
12:0-.The Owl'c Neat (contd.)
1:00-Sign Off

Temerrew, Saturday, March 27
*600W--tn On The Alarm
Clock Club
7:<--The Alartm Clock (contd.)
7:30-Jas S6alon
8:15-8trlctlc Instrumental
8:30-BBC feature
9:00-News / -
9:15-Glad to Meet You (BBC)
9:3--As I See It
10:05-OIf the Record
tl.:0-O ff the Reaord (contd.)
: 1:30--Met the Band
2SO'-New 'ruIn Time
41:3-Popumar Music
1 :15-The Personality Parade
1:4,-The David Rose Show
2: .-'Throuih the Sports Glass
2:16-A- Date for Dancing
2:30--Aftrmooon Melodies
2:4I--attle of the Bands
3:0O-Mt)4usic for Saturday
3:0 --AMeeting of the Minds
3:45-The Little Show
4:o-Fea toe Review
4:30--W1h Your Favorite
S:35-What's Your FiovrIte
(fOc d.)
6:00-Lest We forget
6:8k-Much Binding (BBC)
7 :00--N8t P3 ORGAN MEL-
'7:30-R- t from the U.S A.
8:00-Pai, Star Time IRDIF)
8:W-Ra'l a LaUgh (BBC)
9.30-The Saturday Night Juke
S Bx, Club
10:00-Tommv Ndfies and his
10:30--ymphonv Hall. U;.8.A
11:00-The Owl's Nest
12:O5--The Owl's Nest (contd.)
1:00-Sign Off
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LMe Pr9mence

hi Argentie Press
BUENO AIRB, March 2 -,
(UP) NXew that Sollywood
singer Dick Haymes is to be de-
ported to his native Argentina
was crowded into the. bak pa7e
of afternoon papers here by
arrival of the Paris Foblues Ber-
gere troupe, which bit the front
pages with several "cheesecake"
"Mt. Hayworth" m'i=Iht have
lst his seven-month fight with
American Immigration autorl-
ties, but the delay saved h.im
from being tried hare for viola-
tion of 9he Argentine military
service low.
A recent act of Cotsgress
granted blanket amnesty to Uech
Hayoes went to New York at
the age of two with his widow-
ed m er, a- British actress who
sed saename of Margue-
rite Wilson.

RHaymes Was educate n SwIn t-
Serland, Prance and England.
Upon reach ltary a e
was at an
Argen a The recant
amnesty law absolved him from
ftulure to do so.
aymes' father. Bera,
wayrnes, was a
to pit. HI
married Haymsm' father a
later. Dick as bornSept
1918. Iu unces and a ofh
stilllive nemaso Airem.
There has been little local It-
tereet in yme' lgfight a-
E E.M may bove
beemn ee In part to his several
ital s before and ft-
e his maria to ate BaP-
worth, since this sUtiy Ch-
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danee of gangsters and Oelr gorgeous ddOlls AIt,

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l doesn't write English verse or give bird Imtation; he trains rac
horses, mnd it Correlation is andexample of his work he trih A
them exdngly well. You may haw I I T.V vie t.he BUY
3-y ar-old, with Wie Shoemaker Mp, catcb s mid a
....pa.lng Eddle Aiemo on Gofl mboi the stretch, to wnthe$
r M re .000.. M2lda Derby here Saturday. As a prev to t gal PALM BEAf *
Fo~ --reu a bn Sr g Da asvtle o 1 May L, theue were two noteworthy impHPtAC: 1. 4
-- o- tobeme hne19 r=--acII. o
( ) Another fine hurling job ,as io mr 'e n r at.o. fath oe .le. t to mte .ue Cab- Sl q
I.turned in at Sarasota where the lornia's vman & ucace: Ulike the orthn e, n ab a ll
The Inj jiax has struck at New Ybrk Yankees blanked Boa- MtA. 8n4 _aJah, aj e was able to run ; a,
th e Cle I.ndl fo.the ton, 2-0. Lefty Bob W rand he was favored by what the by call a -d a" ride.
second i da,. To Morgan alewed si, Shoemaker looked like All-America broken-f rer as he
teThe ta bitsI..- with WIesler wa ueve tread way tho aorseq to get hls mont Into the clear
that n mk ng . Ba e without tgo' aOuch ground en route to the Derby. Cor-
had b ag a dild- both Ya. runs of ,er relation will stop over in New Yor for the Wood. Oh, yes, Shooe-
Ing nd wl Joe Deo. maker coming akmg, too, and trhe mad.
teweref te o handl e Couetwsou ha d iWtaeaf he
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So In 3-Waiy Bttlel L.aLaiSc:

e of five scheduled starter in i a print for
Cla imported thoroughbreds should stage a eymour Agenda espd0 Up
b. royal tomorrow afternoon in the featured lSdIeo. Whleo mhey wee.n-
'"l-one.half furlong event at the Juan lg from S pars the cond
ae Palsma team was las-
FM 1 to the Naih roupt. Al-
to that he Is In ha will be tughEl P221nam bowled a
1at t .Jt he 2851 tbe t s-acin g
0 1 obO. out for 1 i fort. iV tw oftthe wree Iams. Jim
and Bendy (AcAM.) and V- Janowaki led thd efl five.
) whi wiR,, e an.zado'(
lelnhado Xmfl to. Daio) a Ap ftr L so,1 srt J' und
Victor cm.has been a con- tobe -outclsed over thoisp Abther o ith
esvei never sine ar- distance. However, Bendeaus lis te, a sWJIkc let in .the St..,.
has no been a known long shot naclalist and IWO aMfes Jim lay hrWle ftr -
Adt could pull ne sudden strike in there ad cam3 out LADIU GO2 rTOURNET PRIZES -U U Th e the to be ted by Mn de
1iAtlt be 869 serlee D ick Thies and Joe At the Gamto0 GolfClub.
n tomorrows dash. Another Inteiesting race.AHould Filebark hbd 5*9 and 860 re-
Sill be be the Class "D" evn furlong aectively. Billy Coffttey the
*i atthebethenJua FrancI Graded Entries C i hB x I Teamp
SWand and Postino are the stlckouts team, led his boys with 203. J fl raii (rfnl H n l n
tt t he door on here but there wl be added In- 33 and 176 for a atrong 12 I U l lu -
several casions before that He terest because three newcomers series. Ready followed with 680 Iu l
ji b in top form and will be are scheduled to make their local and Waggoner came in with -o -- llli
lsa Bargle, with favorite The new horses are Sin Pel St. .P.P. Horse Jeekey Wgt. COMIMiNT ODDS wiA, M Si (P) -
cke rilllo "qulnty" Castillo ner. Barge. Royal and Happy A' Seymour Agencies had an 1st Beas "CD" Native "s.Pura' eselel-i l Hardp Cuban teur
w him, return to ac- bode eas time with the Sears win- CD t a i thu el boxe]run dp t a team oft
Showing a one-onth lay- NinU4 oher races,are Actde ninth two games and losing the F.at Rae f the hmpl. 6, las nght the
f H ever, thlockers report on an eleven-race Saturday c. third by one pti after Melan- 1-Daniel H. tutl 103x-Cold-ol *the 1 M 3-1 rnter-Amecan
son failed to bring in a strike 2--Proonero 4. Aonsa., 96x-Not refmnnd 10-1 match here.
Son his last baIll. Melanso led 3-Pelon r F. Avila 118 -Ilociey dtp 10-1 In one of the bet bouts of the
the Seymour five with a 654 4-Doh Grau J. Congo. nx--om dt 2-1 nit, light welterweight Lul
i seIL ri e was high for Bears, tol- -. Bound V. Castl 110 -Ural lo p 3-1 Hernandei out-lued Aer.
a *lowed by Zelet e who had a 537 6-Okinagua r Rose 107 -ehowIng int 4-1 loan wuUr Davis In a hair.
silver. 7-Mtlil.eco 0. BSn. 114 -Rates outechance 8-1 ra-ng three-rounder.
-9. _W spor&tnt sI trunks with the
7F MToight'at Diabl6. Panama g- name of Joe Louis an the side,
S--o geltes can fioar revenge a- ad Race "I" Imported 4h Fgs.Pure: a .s Pul eleee: 1:15 the b. ffered two
ATLATIC c LIAGi Box score: ft' firat place over the preas- . meed back. with a barrage of
sATL C ur.e wil be- off a0.l I look for 1-tA. Collian L. Oa. 120 -Ihore to beat 2-1 left and right, owin.
,eo Coco Solito Cfb, both teams to roll some hot m hu2-rhe Blue. ro nl" Pr. hahndicapas 5it Ui flyhtMarc o-
gam s l b u- 0. Oraes on0laa .5 9,to'I . ..L 1l f-1 -pe tu anrner outf. with
W L Warfird, Sb 3 4 1 TEAM STANDINGS Apre Co 10.7x-8tup after 8 pI 4-, hird-wilnglng two-hnied at-
Cocolo 7 1 Aleguasc 2 0 0 6-lrrtolo A. iaia 1 i lll, .-WoMltitd l-1 ptac f.l pe, ne arly flooredtu d-
Ltl eMt stmoke t 1 ,f10 W L A 7-mCbre Fair t. Rute lbx--lteutns f Hyotf 15-1In the dtsafinnd'-oi
s 4 we,.c 30 0 Seymour Agencies 66 34 94 8-8. rey .O hali 08'-aryplononly 4-1 c emback inth t final trateu.-
Police 0 2 5he 2 0 Pama 57 ______ 91taking the decson. Botu
Co Solito Cuo 2 5 Vega, Jb-p 2 0 0 Naso 48 88 920 .
.Ma gtrit Oilers 1 Motae, -2b b o 0 Sears s 5 919 3rd B "B" N..ative *. rt tM lp1 el le./: l : 1:45 i londa
Monday 'sal. t' 3x-1 i0 1. OW TWo oedl n
., 0e0 5 MTop p p Tn Bowlerst b t
sowloeelnS ngig: uonota ole, r Top Ton 1 -Domino l p onmo 3-1 Aohr aout
?oiaO-^ R 050 1 1 1 0 Toal 2 -Dlans' V. from lyoff 10-1 uibas A redo Aromarens took
Do 1 651Xclir 196 UShe ee 1l eemrseht evei Moral In a feaer bout.
ts..;- C"ob er tL19.3 .. .1 1-0.era ,i RU 10-oodit e0uoit last li- tweight

scoep Cr33tdb19kL 3T 1L OA 1210 .- to t here -en xdt C outa
a pow b" r ran 14s 19 518 ie L --i intof Cuba dosoron ed
""r" 0 1- .,Xdd VilCaee withOf dlffi-
ankin,. b 1 Coca Solo Bra b CO W"12el 11 M th -ae " Nam"e i Iel elesesi .'aIe-

W-,ad itt" rI1I"eiilit -leet,2ePI1I n a of Dtw
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0 1Nt O, 1 1 0rA.llnlbl N m conto.ald1ddlewt
o l i_ __ _ l-V r A. It. 1.ra w-o &-k I *. ..ndon of Cuba won a de.-

3 -1-h o o e , 03 2o 1V 0 N1- Cr. *on reImaw f 0-1ica
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Thieeg InA11n a gshtes o fU
I%" Panama Amsteur
To unfatent will be ed
kay lt the Fort Davis b. t
Th presentation of prse W
be heid Sunday after aIt u e
Qi ned by a cocktail party ad R t
In the championship fltsht be
Dpc Mitten of the Panaua solf
Club and Sergeant Glenn Rob-
arts of Fort Davis will meet in
a S 601oe match. aots
This la the "Big Does" third
b#e in the amateur finals. Eneh
f the previous times the crown 115

this year's finals. Ge, ,,
Sergeant Glenn Roberts, Is h er
newcomer to lrth b an a ollOf., tobn u
wea ed the pea when h eh assnatoon.
defeated Jim Riley, former Amra- ,d ....b8
eunuas'y ou54 b.e a.
tour champion and presentat Por t .Davis d i-
Smoot ParIdeo champion. should pln to attnd
The 3 hole match between pldn t ."
their two should be excellent -
with the winner having to shootGFo- Tj l
Tr seol all of the W. A FordhamIi iTakes
In the lower flights all of the n
final matches are 18 holes. Ays Am lltm -
The frist flight finds Majorfi MWa rom
Amadore FInest Golfer0, meet- '54'% il. \iA
aIg big Pree Trim. During the Jr JJ I.N Q CAlE
tournament both of thbae pa- s, .P.lay-
era have smothered all of their NEW YORK, Marth mS
previous opposition and the Mllion 8j.qjl M
match between them should be basketball .ehedle,
a very fine one. a severe lather a er
The second flight finals were fice this past &ixMa
played on Monday between diUtonal 1h1 n l i.
H. Llverman, who was visiting Fordhem U.iv .
the Isthmus, and H. Swarta. plays all Its home ite ir
Both contestants played fine campus, ba anoune
golf with Swartz finally emerg- ule for next ye r wb leV r
Ina the victor. 2 and 1. Liver- fans drool.
man has the distinction of be- The Rams New b'0
log the only player In the tour- strongest team" last4 a .
nament who 1i both chronolo- have home datem
gically and golfingly in the cross. the NIT winner: ,a.
eventles. A combination of the the NCAA winner; -
iwo i very rare and all of Liver- quesne.
mah's opponents will long re- -______ ,
member him.
Marion Harley. the proverbial SINGING COAMP
golfing fox, meets Saunder In
the finals of the third flight. NEW YORKI. (NBA) -, t
Throughout the tournament no DeMarco. lightweight a = ,
nne has been able to extend makes his television nt
Harley to his utniost. In Baun- but on a New Jersey-i
dern he will have an opponent telethon.


MPANESI GILS display their dolls for the "'Hirnr-M
Sa Tokyo. Every household with girls celebrates 'this
em generation to another. The ancient dolls occupy bes

rt," or girls, dol.
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YOUGJSTtRS in West Berlin' begin their appreciation of nature at an early
age. These two youngsters are gathering leaves in the Spandau forest.

If Bheeville, D.,, firm blew up, the lllinois Cintral raidroadsed t
r looeotioltheto the Is to keep "steam up" at the.plant'untl
stalled. Some 500,.workerr.put spaghtti in cans at th fact,

BLONDE SOPRANO Frences Yeend indulges in toning-up exercises py
standing on her hands alongside a stack of syphonic scores, any poe of
which she can sing at a moment's notice. She s from Washi n tJate.


OIES HARTMANN, 12, gets some milk from fireman Jerry
an a burning buVding, but only after she had resOed her t
om left) Frankr Pat and Jean. Dolores also alerted an edierI3
i broke out in her New York home. She was overcome la

Ialy, -who canrled her
sisters and a brother
rna next door. Flash
ob smoke poisoning.

UL.Y CROATURE being hauled out of the Atlantic off Ft.L
Lauderdale, Fla., is a 600-pound mola mola caught by F.
I, Baxter, while b~g game trolling.. Giant fish was towed
to port by Capt. Gorge Bransford in his chartered boat.

W HEN DO GROWNUPS have more fun than kids? When the grownups are pro ni-
nent educators and consumers attending the annual Toy Guidance counewl',ne
in New York. The job of the panel is to select the best toys for children.
the panel got into a playful mood while screening thousands of toys for their et!iatt
and social values as well as their durability. In fact, the grownups had so much :i i'" 4t-
ing" the toys that the youngsters, as you can see, had a hard time getting their hanc..

rlgMhe deaf with od age. Igts fitted with a hearing aid and re-
glnm by his owner, Leand Winter (right). Silkie oes through her
Mt. "Samuel Winokur (left) and Charles Lowe. head of the hearing
Ido M1 one of the first canines -fitted with such a hearing..device.

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