The Panama American


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


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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OLD-TIMER from the movies, Mary Pickford, chatted with old-
timers from the Panamrna Canal construction days at Hotel Tivolli
yesterday. Shown left to right are Edward J. Vogel, one of the
visitors who never saw water in the Canal. Governor John 8.
Seybold. and Fred de V. Sill, who represents the National As-
sociation of Retired Civil Employe. and the Goethals Memorial
Program Committee.

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se V ores Top Saum romr, nJ g T s ReIuse Keos uig -in rentagon ani
's TodsrD In Gin
Nuclear WeaponsTo Warp In Canada's ADdenoBienpdhe Light Bombers, -
N, Mah 27 (UP) alon had affled that no newr mand that the commisson dis- WWS AC aU ft iirta nmJa .
) e Approplattlns construction money would be pose of government<-rin housing -III ~ ~ .l fj O ~ ll HANOI. Indochina, March 27 <
ay voed a record provided this year. operations at the atomic cities '' Of S o(Un) communist Vietmrnh 2
o build and tet a Some of the money will go to et Oak Rtdge, Tenn., and Ban- troops today extended their
it blgrl and bet- carry on new hydrogen and a- ford, Wash. ---- network of trenches almost
a hydrogen bombs tomic bomb tests like the one Besides cutting the TVA ap- under the barbed wire sur- s J ^- a
water pace. held in the Pacific March 1 that proprtaton request, the corm- NEW YORK, March n7 (UP) Left, who held an 18-day rounding the crucial Dien Bien
every cent sought astonished the scientists them- mittee directed the authority to Four tugs refused to dock a hear-in into the matter at the Phu outpost in a new attempt "-- ** *-
Z Eneg *Commis-selves with its destructive pow-s t a r t paying Interest on the Canadian Pacific passenger liner request of the AFL union, said to isolate the beleaguered
s development in er. money ,f gets from the govern- at a strlke-boud Manhattan there was abundantt evidence of. fortress. WASHINGTON, March 27 (UP) Key Stofl s
ear J.ul ... ment,. .r pier lots yesterday in the first overt acts and improper con- today endorsed the Defense Department decision to shd
n recently u The commission is scheduled It alsorote In a rider pre- move toward enforcement of duct" by Individuals of "un- The rebel troops crept close oh amer a
nut, achievement to set off an even bigger blast venting A.A from fixinir rates at striking longshoremen's threats savory character and criminal to outpost "Isabelle" under more planes and other war materials to the hard-prs-.
, "'variety and next month. which distributors can sell TVA to shut down the entire port and reputation prominently Identi- cover of darkness and dug net- ed French and native forces in Indochina.
*AmO we a s. The committee renewed it de- power., coast. fled with the Inde pendent works of foxholes, tunnels and S -en Richard B..Rssll (D-G .) I Hm
Im Include e.n a The refusal came. a few hours tmlon.l" narrow trenches. "Isabelle" s Sen. Richard B. Russell (D-Ga.) summed Up tIy gsa
i.y bill c a .rIng after the Indepeldent Interns- There were so many ILA four milea south of the main eral Congressional reaction when he said sending equi
to operate 0 In- Ilonal Longsnhormen's Ann., hoodlums arojind the polling bastion and Iti last outer de- d e-f bet* ta oop.
ernment agencle: which has crippled. the harbor places threatening to break the tense. meant s fr better than sending troops.
for three weeks In a dispute with skulls of those who voted a- No immediate criticism was voiced over the piln to
noheuerrva nlAL Fl navire h u ion ant thol iviin that tha Thp ost- dpfenaed bv an a %N t^ .0.9 a

--e Pun, cmea y a
estimated 800 men, was cut off dispatch 25 more B-26 light bombers, as well as paro*
luring the first week of the chutes, ammunition and medical equipment, to help the
th e F hopen en huthe ud French Union forces hold the embattled bastion of Die
nd have maintained liaison Bien Phu against the Communist assault. "
despite desperate Red counter- 'The Pentagon annomced the additional aid last
attacks. night as Gen. Paul Ely, chief of French armed forces, left
"Isabelle" ,covers the road out here after a six-day conference with top U.S. officials on.
f Dien Blen Phu basin to- .
ward Laos. If it fulls, contact the entire Indochina situation.
with north Laos could be lost.
Defenders in bunkers and Russell, ranking Democrat on Informed sources said he told
arth-heaped blockhouses with- the Armed Services Committee, Radford bluntly that the ey t
In the Fortress kept up run- said the stepped-up aid Is In tied French stronghold of e
inr machine gun lnd itle line with established United Blen Phu In northern Indohtn
ir throg hout tL riht to States policy of s u p p lying must be held at all costs in yew
rvent Vitmnh sldirs fro French forces with military aid. of the forthcoming Geneva con-
revent Viemine soldiers rom frence on the Far East.
getting a foothold nearer the Just before taking off for New
)ien Blen Phu airstrip. York, en route to Paris, Ely con- The Defense Department an.
Red troops have repeatedly ferred again with Adm. Arthur nouncement said the adlitlpn-
ome to within 1,30 eet of W. Radford. chairman of the al BS26 bombers will bsent to
Continued on Pace I olun ) Joint Chiefs of Stafi I doch a on a. tempoetry
*d i o..' e. an basift _

next year.

"I A& rL ugu g81aL 8LE5 ns eir union rar Te
The to was about 6 per lost a"Washington round In Its union" mlht' be"conaldered gull-" e
cent, below Frement masein- fiht for union life., ty of "felonious mass assault," d
bower' +budr4 nests% Four tugs of the Meseck Lef f said. b
ebterans ntraton Towing Co. escorted the Empressidt,
would get the lion's share,'$3,; of Scotland from quarantine up Ace M. Kenney. executive dl- a
779,432,00, some $113;040,200 less the North River to her pier at rector of the AFL union, said he d
than the President asked; the West 55th St. but refused t was confident his union will win a
Tennessee Valley A u t h or i ty dock the liner because of an JLA "overwhelmingly" if f e d e r al
would se $103,582,000, or $38,- picket line ashore. state and city authorities "coop-
218,000 below the budget request High winds prevented the rate to make sure that long- o
and the Botse and H o m Ft- liner, in bound from Havana shoremen will be permitted to w
.nce $112,568,000, down with 826 passengers, from at- vote for the onion of their w
,33101Y .ng an unassisted dck choice without .threats, intimi-
on the houedng prop'am, the CIVDR IO TI 1ow T U N an and he tu a escorted W al darien or violelke." al
Ont I ha direB nECEIVEDR ADIOACTIVE HeOWBER U.. W y n- nriv.eranacot o I he Indepen- i
committee a uhorizedte money bounced that its tanker, Patapsco (above)j received a slight but Empress of ad dentuin's campwereglum. n
mi 0 t0a Jaitonal mole not danErous radioactive contamination le operating with a was in Cristobal for one day "It looks IM however many fl
0 o4uo onlys20,0" tltonal pblic task force in the nlwetok-Blklnl area durt the recent H-bomb last week on its current cruise time we win a election, they lpi
hous unittS4-11110a]ld, scam- rs tst. "Hot" ashes spewed up from the t K ground showered A spokesman said an attempt throw it out on any excuse," p
pared w t t l=ldent'sr- down on.the tanker. None of the six officer and 86 men aboard to dock the liner would be made complained Patk J. Connolly g
quest, fdr"' ( 1" ofor 3W0 was injured. tomorrow morning on favorable the ILA's executive director. D
nie total *m t provided tides. Connolly de niU his union
f e t ereda Cromembers were responsible for
fm S eI 2 PCnrm ans -Violence erupted again on the thpction vioe le.
Sb Eraotlo G er m b pI Im '" l nsrwaterfreot today e National An nonhogshIrene, meanwhile.
.80o m4m e n c wa oa 1m.lB. oa h llhom u Biard, thiMhla ft toiler n to'work in

aortc cuts were mId husA l front electyn e opr.
_oatr-lnere ria
.f P other tennis which 3BERLIN', Mzar 27. (UP),+ -- ne divsons thtn the The independ et union hrd
y, onn iiinswti h 2x claimed .VUo in. the electIo4
A -bomb and B- Thousands of YOne g .ast Ger- few months. uThe votime lerl ebr
S1 n. mans my be may be ,ripted into a One of the Instruetors of the o Annlie hoodlums beat
e committee and commis- "Red Wehrniacht' withn.the con munis t wehiro t' l o UnIde n rti e h s t e-
tA.% next few months. informed FoBmer Field Marsbal, Medrleh toa IC around Brooklyn
NwTax Bil May """= "'-,. araas ee
Puuis, wh s uend ed t he s erv an M to pie rs .r
sources reveaIled today. Eas wol o oreis ndea d th e beer-n t r I

s TaaxBd announcement of a draft rixtheArmy atntainga one because It was conducted CARACAS, March 27 (UP) -
e eonoann with al.en de- law expected to Rollow Thurs dt o to pere o oa The Tenth Inter-Amrvicans were members

aswni be watching the day's declaration 1iy Sloviet au- m^ran n Bvt troop fear, violence and in.timidanon' Conference drew near Its end
1" 's action on Bill HB. 8300 thorbtes that Communist East srm, to ve tem- and reoft eAo anowheh today its delegation chiefs.

l|. great Interest wen it Germany Is now a ful-fledged po y the foIe ioua elction to de "termne hi ^Sta t in plenary session to give ,
p comor cCommu..drt.oP nar._on-Premieru Outt S rotewohlX a11nbee nion is to break thee h ll lln ltot a,
dM a clause which would perover foreign and domestl a c- ntrolo oi g ftcommlaston on urd l-
xeNn, March 3o0. o affairs, end nW1thel supervision eff te tothn i cl

,n++,,,+ ........... by e 8oie Si luiSh e Be1 d n. efit rNotcaso ^ Tne^ S ^r
C14.11 nP nm o d S o ..i.e.sry teStp of at athe election was T noit oa true,--s--
said announcement of a draft. I But they maintained their one because it was conducted InC..... Mrc.. 2 (P
l~ Znlnswlh /n e-" ............ .." rlghto:in 7 r-otmshreo organized uV ac U)-
la t epete t llw hu..o ..OA. ,a ... ... O-.....fn Te Tenth Int'er-American

cl tei on-ln..withizen de- lwisexpetedn tokesmen bThrs-mnadm Sv ros deaigtCn tMnuS TlOrig ht oe tadtevroursli
eowill be watching the e daovie move as a maneuver "*_fear, v once an nm tiConference drew near its an onven-d
be 1 ; would m aneonathnplettheeedzono ollow the Bnd eftc asinde t ata note r alo s w its weleg a pti on vh efs
9 action on deill H.I t. 8300 thori te b that Communist East p' .- noi etongt da hie d ion es
aWyull.freat interestlywlection to d which-toda
gul reld atinter e-tw en t Meanywis nowas l-oe Tus- elerwnat otnEl R an ho. .;met inplenary session to give

Id nof the American Federa- munists admitted for the first D *fM f A Ull beer garden, starting at 1:30. sessions for final acceptance.
ti o for conement Employes, time they have t eatned a Eat o "S ovrit i ao un t eh t the casino open- The ceremonal loste final of the.

said e oad received 72 calls German Army under the guise t n med to t nr e rowd o enn conference will occur tomorrow.
f rof peopl clamoring to in- of a "People's Police." I tis corp- Af R|f|A sraU thesiastle players, many of afternoon when the delegation
cludtabout alien dependents. posed of seven divisions, divid- VI DA lUI I Wt gV whom were hcavy winners. heads slgn the final act and
JLittlady said today he f e It ed into three army groups, In- WXSHING W Mr^O The largest crowds gathered ambassadors of those govern-
there was a good chance of the eluding armored units partly MImrm 27 Wi w-i a~round* the dice table, with mnents which wish to do so :
bill she senate equipped with Stan Mark Two U th to us m ani the roo-3(Wwhel as sec- affix their agenda s of the working the
bil ntd yRepThuday East Germ y moutng mlulmetr uc d th o M. Do snd oe. commvssions were completed
A..Reed (R-NYe. intro- in f utue exercise full'- control really a..

ovdcluse which would We str-vern soureign r evealed th forces In thre ant -ommunt -fr fin Ist hn I
trt xpyto their alesidi n thde- oistr twosl rcntinuee to be of eisio fntherm t Deot Ben T elpi PaCain
Canal Zoneand Panam to offlo ..5,00 'B_-L onsider' a cino he d itm
SeonJune 17, still would be kept inrplotit ma t o eld

rP anoitneohrhdoccupiedby'poviet troops."Th aulnypreSdn that same armedof he eded eio fromfhesIt fem
rh e o hhtheirZion-U.Sdcitizen de- Western spokesmen brandedmu s l fore it, and the various to-

e o dtsDeI ootrhe Soviet move as a maneverr oces in eope wadsolvency wasaprovded by
hi venr. whvie surveyobwasnwhichf oave Enst Oe nrny o MVm-t ep delrations a hved-

w ^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^ ^^l ^^l ^^ l y tempr'laryanhasb eenS^ ^^on dollar of th $75,000 miing~l from legd ^emberer's ant by mar-
.yelnlkmaeofromh% manon tt bankin oBenefit casino l ames wlk. tions whlch were appr.e
z ave alien dependents, Ru- policy dictated by Moscow. -- epmor r" -r o weentn tonight s t hEdR dcho twe respen ttforki ngreed
"i L~bvelady, national vice-pres- Meanwhdle East Zonecom-le do roardewn, artie ont 7:. sshonw s ooren a lt a to s fo m pe.
J of the AmericanFedera-munistsadmittedfortheL hst ob- n oA He d m lre sthcase inoto 7en.-heeron iad r in g aeptanhe

t1mn.1oa Government Employes, tilme they have treated asrists without ono to p on whicrhasoted supg the Ex-
'behadreceived72cHallhslerma n A rysornd t-h ed to a large crowd of a en- c conference will occur tomorrows-
stae Of rl. astnholar Burenurupmay oa ften oonwhnAtlanta b n
f r oln peop*e_,clamoring to In- of a "Peeple's Police!' I UScti am- tuis lyrmn tatronwe h eelto
lu~q*, about 11 alien dependents. posed of seven divisions. divid-OfS de 'B ra whom were heavy winners. heads sin the final act andI

elady said today he f e It ed Into three army oups, in- S d The largest crowds athered amba sadors of those govern-t
was a good chance of the cludin armored un ts pa f the unchartered and unin- than those to be borne by little
herthr napthsued drouletore whee njal at dee-so apertabs'
Whieheousnan.her oulettw elasnec-waffix theirs natures to the

bill rim Orthe equipped with Stalin Mare bounced that Joseph M. $Dodge. "l s must be
and Canada are also tanks ) after a i -hour stay in a Eua conventi- Jacksons. a friend of the
111uc will resign as Director* of the

Includg o ta t "coffee break" ts la hospital to e over the Jan- Reynolds family who playedBa5
Go o o e tzedw stern sources revealed thefr 1e w latest him after major role In working ort the
M FTED-West Gean inst of Economces Lwi the Linen t upply Association of he returned a week ago from a plan said everybody hops it

Erha and party pose with Panama officials during a reception America suggested today that 12-day disappearance during will result in a "85 to 90 cents
to Hs honor at the Oaofn International Exposition. Pictured they try a "wash break." which the depoalks vanished. on the dollar" payoff.
(L to r.) KarlmPteoira t. member of Erhard's staff; Mare o sGo wash your fthe. Dre But Reynols las pledged Reynolds. 40-year-old father
d manager of Institute of Economic Developmentof briy with a crd of the Detroit e asts porsble 22 of a 15-year-old SO and tuted
Mrs. Weste n Minister to Panama Dr. Eugene Klee a mediately feel refresh- h te t ou In "banker" for 17 year faces t
rl President Eisenhower said in

B > ard; of Protal a Levy aeede;a led" dtter to Dodge that he was0 mobl a three charges of embezzlement
(. a ualasaJrall, ~_ ace ot towl ward de a h ess. B His ae comes up 75, AprIL
with the greatest reluctance."0
Dodge has been in office 14--
month. I.. .. ... CLIO. AIR., March 27 (UP) -- father, Wiluston R ey nol4s"
He .irs defaulting president of theI pledged $14,01 from his life
4w s Ecornoic A.dvisor shortly aft-iilto Merchants E~xchange. his savingrs.
..e 92lcto.. .. ..Whte family ,and deposior pooedl The town's biggest boost to-1
+ H ouse said odge aden exp. eted their resources today in the hope ward solvency was provided byI
his government.serviceto eon- of paying off 85 censonteMrs. Vein, Mae Reynolds, the al-,
ly ..ben.o dollar of the $75.000 misigf o, leged embezzler's aunt by mar-.
leave from his banking position., the town's only "bank."' i rte and his largest depoafmr. I
_White House press secretary --At a meeting tonight the de-1 S-he wasreported tohave ag-reed,
.Jam~es Hage~rty said no successor positoM were To agree on how to stand a $25,000 loss from the'
hasbensletedyt much lows each musttk no- $7/5.000 she had in the "bank":
Dodge. has .held various o- der to ease the community's fi- and to drop a garnishment ac-I
ernment posts in te bidI I nancinl crisis without going to tlon which has tied up the Ex-I
yars. He Ied an. advisory V041-I the further expense of a time-.change's only known asset,s-.I
tton tor s.Eisenhower In posy,- consuming bankruptcy action. $UAW0 In an Atlanta bank
war Germany, and also Wa I The lqan wbo 1Ct the money Several other larger depositorsI
economic advisor mto -residentget await, Em ail, Reynolds, head a.. ... .. .. .ses gre te
Truman and to Gen. DOUlSnSS of the unchartered and unin- than those to be borne by little
J acrthur In Japan. sured depository. was5 in jail at depositors on a pro-rata. basnq
.... IOlayton. the county seat, on ema-I with the result that only aboift
Opp Unan rld ? J bezzlement chargs He was re-1$10.000 or $11.000 loss must be
Cream Or S .v turned there Thursday night shared by the latter.
CHICAGO, March 27 (UP) --Uter a go-hour stay In a S~ufal- I W. S. Jackson. a friend of the'
= Vow that the "coffee break" is~l hospital to get over the Jan-;Reynolds family who plaeyd a
., more costly for office Sworkers gled nerves tbat beset him after, major role in working out the
N FitTEDL-Wast German MAInistr of FRoomics L~dw*the Linen supply Association of] he returned a week: ago from a plan, said everybody hopes It
]lr~~land varty pows with Paam off l during a reception +America sugglested today that 11-day disappearance .duringlwillJ esult in a "315 to 9 cents
hIn honor at the C01on Interm-inalon Exposition. Pictured they try a wash break." which the deposits vanished. :on the dollar" payoff.
(L to r.) Karl, P+,otmeber 6f Rrhard's staff; Mario "Go wash your face. I Wv But Reynolds lus pledged I Reynolds,.,t0-year-old father 18
de [o manager of ns titute of Economic Development; brsl with &'Cotton,, I tw hish ,amsts of possible SZ ne,M of a IS-lear-old amD and trustees
MriW a r: e er~n Minister to Panama Dr. E'ugene Klee You'll immediately feel rl Mes-ft --4neludtnr the best bauses In l"banker for 17 years faces t
Gelsrd of Praeeol Aemao LeAeY l aicef; W Aald. Pa~ul Herr, ta- Clio WWl.two. antm.o~blls-:-to-, three charges of embezzlementt., Ih
m ieo et15 o we Il ward desslasnUkele 41 ssie, u ,1H cm becomes up In ApriL

The department saidd and
U.S. officials held a"f M
slon of current U.S. prolra"
for furnfhing armament mn
supplies to the French Union
forces in Indochina." It said the
new aid will be sent "in the near
Ely aso ave te the Joint Chiefs
of Staff a first-hand account -jf
the conduct of the Indochina
war. He came to the United
States after a recent trip to the
war-scarred area.
Defense officials huilted
Ely also was promised swgt do-
liveries of badly-needed iai*-
chutes for dropping suppHll
at battle lines. medical equp-
ment and ammunition, In ad.
edition to the new bombers.
The French air force in Indo-
china now includes about 70
B26s and 100 piston-engine
fighter planes.
The French are reported to
have an additional 40 combat -
planes aboard an aircraft ear-
rler in the area.-
American officials are unde ma
stood to feel that new ship *
ments to the French and friend.
ly native forces in Indochina
have a great propaganda as well
as military value.
The additional shipments, they,.
believe, will prove to the rest Of
the free world that the United
States is going all out, short of
direct intervention, to prevent
the Reds from sweepvin the
French out of Indoc#Ina.

Program Announced
For G6oethals

Memorial Dedkatton
The formal program of the
dedication next Wedne
afternoon of the Goethal
memorial, climax of the three-
day Oathals era celebration
in the Canal zone, has been
announced at Balboa Heights,"
The dedication cerem to.
which the public Is t :
wlU begin at 5 p. --t
be preceded by a
concert, starting at 4:30 td
presented by the masaed : '
of Balboa and Crlatobal i ,
The concert and dedfeatfa
ceremony will take place aV
the 56-foot memorial to GoL' '
George W. Goethals. fonftAlyl "
chief engineer, chairman of .th.
IsthmWan Canal Comllamio
and first Governor of th e an.
amra Canal.
President Joae Antonio RI's%
mon has been invited to abu
tend th? Memorial dedicalgag .
ceremony to represent H .
people and "to symbolM Wal.t
Important role the
has played in thin
humanitarian conl
Lthe commerce of tbhew

BUDDY ROGERS. shown here with Mrs Will Are.\ of Las Cum-
pres. drew the attention of all the ladies at the old-timers get-
oeether yesterday afternoon at the Hotel Tivoli Before he left,.
ie threw a klU to the ladles of the rocking-chai set gathered
on the porch.

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mic. Leatifr are irelved geaoully **d. are habdlmd i. e wholly coml -
dential mener.
If you camrirbe a letter don'tt be empalem M i Itt doesn't appear the
mean day. Leen are publkhbed nl thea de, resolved.
Plemae try to keep the 1rt. limited to **e peoe loeng
Identity o lte writers lo heK d in stridestt seaidense.
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Pig Knuckles, Ky

I know you would like to know the other half feels about the
programs CFN features, Sir. That la why I have taken the time
for answering "Mr. Ears' Letter."
It seems Sir. that a certain party which I'll call "Ears" forl
short, does not like the type of programs which are featured on
our CFN Radio.
I do not know who "Ears" is or what his job in this mans
Army might be, but it seems strange, that this certain individual
or Individuals whichever the case might be, should have such at
eaUy task. as to listen to the radio 24 hours a day so as to criticize
the type of programs which are featured.
There are still a few of us left who wake up in the morning
to a loud blast of a whistle, shattering our dreams and making
us jump a foot up in our bunk. Then by the time the "chow call'
* is announced. we have completed a half of a days work, and never
-otow thought to turn our radio on.
After our breakfast, we start on our dreary day of work.
"rushing to the barracks at 12 o'clock to get our dinner, and after
: Alt ia over back to the old grind.
It seems. Sir, that our Mr. "Ears," Is nauseated by the CFN
Iprogram.from 11:30 till 12:30 daily, because of Its type obviously
is e is not a good,old "Country Boy from as he puts it, Pig Knuck-
lea Ky or "Cracker Dust Virginia." If he runs his radio for al-
most 24 hours a day, then I am sure that the, poor thing would
aporeeitte'just one hour's rest. thus resulting In better reception
of the program for us "home loving folk."
As for those "Married Colleagues" who are not as fortunate
:as those who'live irt the barracks. because they are paying $75-
a-month rent plua their water and lights, driving to work' or rid-
Jng a bus to and from camp, and paying 70e. to 80c. a day for
their dinners, besides the truck load of groceries they have to
buy just to exist the other two meals a day, so they can afford
a "better" radio which will bring In good old Stateside music.
Well I've seen very few such radios and all I could get on them
was a big lot of static and noise in general.
We kinfolk from "Pig Knuckles" do not hate any one certain
kind of music, but as forthe classical music, a little of it goes a
long ways. The only time I really lend an ear to it is when I
can hear the "hoof beats of the. great horse Silver,"
In closing my little letter from us "Lower Standard" of peo-
ple. I'll just say. keep up the.good work, CFN, dad we won't have
trade off our good- old radit, that m ae -'MI.ues. to us a -.
Ut it it should grow sick and start to whine, I'm afraid I'll have
shoot It as I would any dying dog.
Thank you very much, Sir, for your time. I've just got time
'to hear the "First two strains of Beethovehs 7th Symphony in A
flat Miner," sharpened'up just a bit "Take er away Hank."
A Hillbilly from Pig Knuckles


/ Scott Air Force Base, Ill.
t r r : .
Would you please print the following In your "Mail Box."
[You see I am a-stamp collector and would very much like to
make some contacts with stamp collectors in Panama and the
Canal Zone. or wherever your paper goes. Here is the item that
I would like printed.
"I am very much interested in stamps of the Rep. of Pan-
ama and the Canal Zone, Will also take stamps from other
Latin American countries. I have many fine stamps from Ger-
=many and. other European countries. If you are interested in
trading them write, or send me stamps and I will send you stamps
tom other countries. Thank you."
M/Sgt. I, 8. Banlevles, AF 679037
S85th F.I.8., Scott AtB, Ill.
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Two men have been making the
rounds of the FBI, Congressional
investigation committees and even
the.Whlte House, under'-a clak of
what they hoped would be secrecy,
in an effort to sink a dagger into
one of the most effective anti-Com-
munist operations ever launched
across the globe.
These men arp so highly placed
that they could. at least for a
whi e, get to the topmost security
officials in the land-even to Press-
den Eisenhower.
They sought an investigation of
the AFL's Free Trade Union Com-
mittee, which is guided by AFL
president George Meany, AFL
veeps Matt Woll and Day Dubin-
sky, and d husky, blond legendary
figure by the name of ay Love-

Since some Congressmen are con-
sidering such a probe, I want to
put on record-out of first hand
know ledge-the fact that this AFL
committee has helped deliver arms
to our allies. It has saved the lives
of American boys. It has fought the
Communist Oriental opium rings.
It has checkmated the Soviet's
world-wide labor network.
It has been the only force fight-
ing "neutralism" inside labor the
world over-especially in Asia. One
of its men, with whom I'.e worked
closely, traveled deep into the wilds
of India and the jungles of Indo-
nesia to make. friends for "capital-
ist" America, and de-neutralize
some Socialists and partisan Com-
munists. There he contracted an
Asiatic disease which cannot be
diagnosed. Though one of the great
masters of music and its history,
this man has given up all, includ-
ing his health, to fight for hs land.
And for less than a good U. S.,
stenographer's salary. His name is
Harry Goldberg. I pay public trib-
ute to him now
In Rome last summer I literally
had to shanghai Harry to the beach
for relaxation, so constantly was
he working on the Sarragat 4o-
cialistr in an effort to swing them
into supporting a pro-U.S. cabinet.
Goldberg, living in constant dan-
ger of Communist assault, met 11
times n one week with Saragat's
party to win support for Prime
Minister Scelba, the friend of the
A colleague of Goldberg, a fight-
Ing Irishman by the name of Dick
Devereall, is stationed by the
AFL's international committee in
Tokyo. I L.ave seen copies of the
pamphlets his office is smuggling
into the Sovietized Chinese main-
land. Printed, of course, in hl-i
elde -on onionskin paper, o is
labeled "Stalin vs. Sun Yat'sen,
The Truth About Life in Commu-

rade Union Committee" AFL."
The AFL also has its people in
Guatemala. The federation's Latin-
American expert Serafino Ro-
mualdi" was th- first to warn of
Soviet infiltration there. Through
this column and through the "Inter-
national Free Trade Union News",
R mualdi revealed years ago that
the Communists were seizing con-
trol of labor in the Caribbean.
I've seen the AFL representa-
tives work in France and in Ger-
many, where they supplied such
items as paper and typewriters to
anti-Communist unionists to'match
the huge supplies of the Sovieteer-
ing labor organizations. I could run
through land after land showing
how the AFL committee it fighting
all totalitarianls. Even Tito's to
the point where Tito and his com-
,missars went out of their way re-
cently to denounce the AFL, in gen-
eral, and Jay Lovestoae, in partic-

The total boys hate Lovestone,
the AFL committee's secretary.
Some 25 years ago Jay Lovestone
spat in the eye of Joe Stalin-and
has fought him ever since. The
point of the proposed investigations
now being sought in Washington is
to "disclose" that Lovestohe led
the U.S. Communists in the Twen-'
ties. He did. He broke. He fought.
Under his direction the AFL Free
Trade Union Committee has been
hipful to every government agen-
cy concerned with the security of
the U.S.
On Sept. 30, 1939, Lovestone
"Time and again we htve pointed
out that the various Communist
Parties of the world are not politi-
cal parties in the sense one speaks
of such organizations in Western
Europe and America.
"For some tim" we have stressed
that the Communist Parties have
become more agencies of the Rus-
sian foreign affairs department
and the G.P.U. We have repeatedly
underscored that, without excep-
tion, all sections of the Commu-
nist International, have become.
like the Russian Communist Party,
police parties."
Lovestone t hen added, "After
I years of membership in such an
organization the individual mind
becomes warped, the duespayer
becrmes politically sterile ....
Then Lovestone said, "Today the
Stalin parties are no longer mere-
ly agencies of the Russian For-
eign Office," but are military
weapons of the Russians and Nazis.
That was 14 years ago. Not
enough peopi- listen

Rusty Reptile
NORFOLK. Va., March 27 (UP I
-Dr. Frank Helvestlne, Jr. call-
ed a repairman to see why the
water Pump at his home would
not work. The repairman pulled
a four-and-a-half-fooL black
snake out of the motor.

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Peter Edson In Washington

nine people who worked the hard-
est to dream up the Administra-
tion's n e w "Limited Federal
Health Reinsurance Plan" are di-
vided on whether or not this
scheme will work.

So now it' is before Congress in
the form of two nearly identical
bills, written in Mrs- Hobby's de-
partment, and introduced by Rep.
Charles A. Wolverton and, Sen. H.
Alexander Smith of New Jersey.

Chiefly responsible for the plan There is a fair chance that Con-
are Undersecretary of Health, Ed- gress will pass this legislation. The
ucation and Welfare Nelson A. cost is considered not too great..
Rockefeller and these eight east- A $25 million capital fupd would
rn insurance executives: C. Man-- be c":eated, but it is claimed this
ton Eddy, Connecticut General Lief will be eventually returned to the
Ins. Co., Hartford, Conn.; Henry Treasury, If the plan works and
S. Beers, Aetna Life Ins. Co., Hart- doesn't go bust.
ford, Conn.; Jarvt- Farley, as-
sachusetts Isn s. Co., Bos* The federal government, would
ton, Mass.; DrG. Hay- also pay admWstaative costs for
den, i{u sChfttslaue Shield, the first five ye-.heyo are e'ti-
Bosf 'MaWa S. Me- mated at maSf'e iiU -snildi
Nat ich Bl -as, De dollars a year itter that it is
trold ich'. ; *Lew, RIetz, Lin- hoped that theproft, re m the re-
colNatona i In Co., Fort insurance capi fund wi pay all
Waye d .t Hemy Smith,. adminftrativecoAtts.
Equitable Life Assurance Society,
New York, and James E. Stuart, The main attraction of the plan
Hospital Care Corp. (Blue Cross), to the administrationn is that it
Cincinntti, Qhio. leaves the job to private insur-
ance companies and to private
This group worked in Washing- medical care. Government parti-
ton for seven weeks to develop cipation is held to a minimum and
this first, experimental health re- state laws will regulate the whole
Insurance plan. When they got business.
through they agreed that it was.
the only. voluntary plan that would Anyone digging into the whys,
be acceptable to he private in--the hows and the wherefores of
surance companies. But only four this plan, and what premiums the
of them seemed at all enthusiastic private insurance companies will
that it would work. They were have to pay to buy this federal
Undersecretary Rockefeller and government reinsurance bumps
Messrs. Eddy, Smith and Stuart. into a completely blank wall.
Secretary of Health, Education
and Welfare Oveta Culp Hobby ap- Nobody knows. the answers to
proved the plan, however, and fec- most of the questions because this
ommended it to the President. whole field of health insurance is

so new that actuaries can't calcu-
late the risks. All that will have
to be learned by experience.
The general theory of the plan
Is that he federal' government will
reinsure private health insurance
companies against three-fourths of
their abnormal losses.'These loss.
es 'might come from selling poli-
cies which paY the beneficiaries
more money than collected in pre-
The. purpose of the'plan is to
encourage insurance companies to
sell more liberal-health insurance
policies, ..ith full .coverage for gen-
eral medical and dental care, aos-
pitalization, and catastrophic ill-
ness.on a non celleable, lifetime
hat. If the CQapanIea'go broke
at t, federal reinsurane Is, sup-
posed to ball them out.
One thing must be made clear.
The governments new reinsurance
plan isn't going to help people who
can't afford. to buy regular health
insurance from private insurance
companies or non-profit organiza-
tions like Blue Cross.
Sixty-three million Americans
now have no such insurance. An
estimated 92 million have some
form of hospitalization or limited
health insurance. Only about four
million have really comprehensive
Nearly 900 companies and coops
now offer some form of health in-
surance. Their annual premiums.
are about $1.8 billion and their
benefits paid 'out approximate $1.2

Return Match

Wilam.i;. Raeirs, Deputy Attor-
ney 46Wal.
Roges first got to know Mc-
Carthy when Joe was a very junior
member el the Senate Investiga.
tions Committee back in 1940 and
when Roge was counsel for that
committee T Demorats wore in
command thEn, but they retained
the abe Mr. RFelK even though he
was a Dewey s).ublie and even
though TrumaBhM just defeated
During the 1952 campaign Rogers
became a close friend of Senator
Nixon, traveled with him, and
became Eisenhower's No. I execu-
tive in charge of Joe McCarthy
problems. To that'end It was
Rogers who went to Miami with
Nixon last Chrlstmaf to' persuade
Joe to lay off the Eisenhower ad-
ministration and attack only hang.
over Truman scandals. The agree-
ment was honored for only a few
weeks. I
Meanwhile, Job MeCarthy is not
merely causing Ike trouble he is
causing trouble for, Mr. Rogers
right in his own home.
The Rogers children,.of whom
he can justly be proud, attend the
Friends School, as do also the
Brownell children. And after At-
torney General Brownell castiPgatoI
Truman re Harry Dexter White in
a political speech at the school
the student body demanded thai
they hear the other. side.
Among those who wanted to hear
both sides was alert, lovely Mary
Rogers, president' of Current
Events, whose father is the No. 1
deputy to Attorney Generaf Brow-
nell. -
The man answer Brow-
nell was none other than Michael
Straight. editor and publisher of
the anti-McCarthy Iberal New Re.
After Straight spoke several stu-
dents congratulated him, -among
them Mary Rogers. She explainedI
that she was a Republican and
loyal to her father, but she was
troubled by the issue of McCarthy-
ism. It was almost disrupting the
Rogers' home.
"That man," she sald, referring
to the Senator from Wisconsin,
"comes to our house and spends
hours with daddy."
Big Tax Advisers

One amazing thing about the cur-
rent 875-page proposed new tax bill
is that Ways -sd Means commit-
teemen outside "chairman Dan
Reed-have not known who the' big
business experts were who worked
on it. It ha. npt been unusual to
have big business experts worit-'
tax bills in the past. TheIradvice,
as well as that of labor and con'
sun'er groups, ws. always wel-
c9med. 'But te advice
ways given i. public sessions so
that everyone knew about it.
This time it was given secretly.
and Democratic members of the
Ways and Means Committee hith-
erto have riot been able to ascer-
tain who they were.
Howeevr they have just now dis-
covered that the Jones-Laughliq
Steel Companyk and Westinghodse
were on the committee which
wrote the corporate reorganization
sections of the tax bill. They have
also ascertained that Bethlehem
Steel and General Foods helped
write the pensions section which
reinstate the provisions of 12 years
ago whereby only top executives of
a corporation can have tax-free
funds set aside for pensions. Small,
scale employees cannot benefit.
Congressmen also learned that
Standard Oil of New.Jersey helped
writ the section on consolidated
tax returns.
Roy Cohn's family Is 'not ac-
quainted with the slings and ar-
rows of outrageous fortune. His
grandfather was mixed up i the
Bank of The United States scandal
... When Roy joined the New Y rk
National Guard a friend asked lim
why. "To get out of thl dr'it," re-
fplied Mr. Cohn, who can be very
rank. "What makes you think that
will get you out?" asked the
friend. "I'm going to be in the
Selective Service Office of the Na-
tional Guard." was Roy's reply ...
Cohn took his exam to enter the
National Guard in 1950, the year
the Korean war started ... While
working in Washington, Cohn man-'
aged to get a special dispesation
from the Washington District of
Columbia Guard to drill with them.
In the past this has almost never
been given ... juiciest portions of
the Army report on Cohn-MCar-
thy-Schine et all were omaitted. The
original report was about twice as

Butler of MaPA
when he. hasut
And not even tl
budge Id" ...
about t.he_ il
sented the eae

switch thdIk'redi, |
same minlo argu l i
45 minutes 8t t fi|
hood to -NOWT
budge. p t
bob should go hand-Il
No One Two k
inet officers are' 4 ove
who should take overg '
Amerieasl% rubber
slgn-aid boss
been tryla to d
natural rubber = r !i
America to. p
loss oSoutkeast
His a eny o .
out of business .
Commerte Weeks li t-r
culture Department, -T _akSl
over the rubber prSee-
retary of Agriculture to
it should go to the Coummeree
apartment ... p for the afte
you-Alphone a 1u is that who-
ever gets the rubber program will
have to dip into his budcgtW awr
for it.
McCarthy'd Meta1
Joe McCarthy has ead
letter he Isn't going to p It's
from a fireman on
vania Railroad Jacob
an ex-Marine heLb of h
Pa., Who collected his
put them in an envelope and 1en
them to the Senator from Wiseon.
"Enclosed at: all the medals I
received while in the Marine Corps,
plus a few extras," Brickley wrote
McCarthy, "they arena' nfteh,' but
they may serve you better. I mean
make 'you a hero,"
The medals included a shape.
shooter's bar a unit citation, bnd
theatre ribbdis for the tough fight.
ing at undaleut and various
litdIn Io nd ofta ae

Army Camp Vacuum&
While the- Ar Forceplhftt -t
open five new fields In various
rts of the U te Are y iis cl-
d o-.- one o& its historic bases
Camp Pickett, Va., whnIh could
just as wellbe turned over to a
Air Perce-a as part of the.
of not letting te laich 6 h e
service know what the other is
amp Pickett covers 45 .acres
of level farmland near BlacN=
Va., and originally the people
that area di't partcrly an
the camp. .Now that it-nh. ,cnis4
the removal of farm famiuaesna
drastically changed the lanIoealp.
however, they race an'e! o1
upheaval if the camp eloes. ._
cause of this, near-by cities war*
promised advance note U Ith
Army decided tomnove, .
As far as the army. wa con-
cerned, the promise ws "ept. It
did not propose to move. &L tee-
retary 1f9Wa s, with a
stroke of his pen, crossed out t
Camp lekeolt a,, ed"
ltg loea. citie .os only ad
vance notice of their fate.

lon as that the Army made
puic. Sne t aroused cts rona
retaied J AkItMS
Capitol News Capsules Justiee l n tt
toryno r.wSySSI whlb
Temperamental Talbotb-Air Sece junction against JeSSS. 14*.
retary Talbott almost spoiled his Ando Xrteon hatslmw
breakfast coffee when he read the or to turn the ea
recent Washington Merry-Go-Roa Air orc or
account of the elosed-door Co FO V a r tla _tom *qt* Is.
sional drelsigoI* Itve-n h _" by To thatp ed a
Con e eppard of t Camp Pickt
Ca.fcrn a and t introduced ea
Texas. One of the ir eilti, ture with the
Congressman Clair n of Ca Byrd to eto an IJ
fornia, an Air tFoee rieit was negta r the ca



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Sunday lama: 6: anad 8:0 .m.
H Maes: M :00 a.m. and 6*0V i-
CohMliaim: 32"4M and 7 ofr-a:00
Macous Medal: ..:00 pa on friday
Catein Clam: w 0O p.m. on Sunday.
Convert Clam: 7 V p.m. on Monday.
La soca
Sdda Main: 7. a.m.'
Holy Aay Me : 6:4S a.m.
Satardy:' 3Sd-7*30 p.m.
let Thursday; 6:30 pn.m.
Catedilam Class: 3:1 p.M. on Sunday
Sacred fart: .00 p.m. on SMadr
Convert CM: 6:1 p.m. on Wedtesday
Sunday ManM: 7:00. 8:00 and 10:30 a.m.
Holy y MaMe: 00. 800 am. and
5: p.m.
Saturday: 4.10-w and 71p-- .0 im
t Thursday: :00 p.m. Monday.
Catehins Clam: After 3I Maam on
ST. eion"rs CROmcm
SundaMai.a: 5:45 and 9: P.
SMama.: s4 and 8. am.
Saturday: 410--I0 and 7 to-8-00 in.
Mracuou Medal: 6:15 and 7T0 .m.
Saced Heart: 1-:1 pm. On dy.
Sorrowful Mother: 7:1 pjn. on Sunday.
Convrt Claw: 7T15 p.m. on Monday
end Thursday evening.
Catechlm Clahi: o,0-4-0 p.m. on Sun-
day. o
Sunday Massa: 7:0 and :ae pam.
y 4MMaa,:; *0 am. and 510
Confamlou: 46t-e 4 0 and 7-00-S60
pMm. on Saturday.
Miraclou Medal: 7:0 pin. on Monday.
Catechismn Clam: 1; .m. on Tuaday
Teen AiB Club: T:15 p.m. on Wedneiday
Filrt rridae Devotions: 10 n.m.
Sunday Masaa: 1t-0 and *8 p.m.
Holy Day Mamw: 6:3 a.u. and X00 pn,
Confielins: 70 pn.m. on Saturday.
mracul Me:dal 7-0 p.m. em Tuaday
sacred Heart: 710 p.m. on Friday.
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1025tssftn, ,will be
he ndochina front.
if IWo rmed m ti soures
ms wane made on .the ontro-
velal q on of whether
American m diersU duld help
trench forea In the training
at native toops battling the
Communist Viet Minb.
Authorities Indicatethat be-
sides more planes, presumably
Includht 3-38 light bombers,
Cy was asmred of a speed-up
Deliveries of badly needed
parchutes dropping sup-
pilie at the a title -e, medical
equipment and probably am-
It was not considered likely
however, that any subatantlal
Increase In current spending
rates for Indochina aid will be

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IIMPHIS, 'lean., March 2I
(UP) Mrs. R. R. Nolen was
wearing a nickel taped to her
arm today so doctors could see
If she Is allergic to money.
She hopes not. he has a Job
as a cashier.

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carch Tomorrow

On the ocasmion pf Refre/h
meant Sunday tomorrow, when
there s ome sladkenang of the
Lenten restlctIon the n will be
choral h it 7 a.m. In St.
Peter's bhurch In La Boao
Observance of the mid-Len-
ten. also caled MoUering Sun-
day, will continue with morning
prayer 10 am., and evensong
7:30 p.m.
The Rev. John S. McDuffle,
priest In charge will be officiant
and preacher at both the com-i
inunion service and evensong,
while morning prayer will be
conducted by the church school
superintendent. Victor T. Smith.
The nightly Lenten devotions,
which have attracted large con-
gregations. will continue through
the coming week.

Hornett & Dunn's

April 1 to April 15 ONLY
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Teenagers 10 hour course $9.
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Mr. Manuel J. Grajales R.
Manager, American Bazaar
El Panama, Panama
Republican de Panama

Dear Sir:

This is written to inform you that I have received the
three suits which-I purchased from you in January. All fit perfectly
and I am very pleased about this. Will you please thank the tailor
who took my measurements, and express to him my gratitude.

Someday I hope again to visit Panama and I will drop in
en you to say bell, and who knows I may order additional suits.

Thank you again.

Yours most sincerely,

Warren D. Lamport
General Manager

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'or_ European Army DU QUOIN. ., March 27 -
SBONN, Germany.. March 27- -UP' Leslie l. 59. Pinck-
(O'UPNNp. e rmany, Mac neyville. was brought to a hospil
P() Weast Germany stood tal here today with a broken
,'.gpady today to call up troops tal here tody with a broken
e, ,hat will join the European Ar- right lea.
r by. when a nd if the -Jropeanwa mlkln
Army plansratified bv all six He explained heow was stubborn an
member nations. hathuled of and kicked hern. n
German preparations were hauled and kicked her.
i.,gompleted with the signing .,' The cow was unhurt.
|: keat German President Theo-
ldore Heuss of three constitu-
S4lonal amendments igalizing
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But on orders of the Unlteli AW, Gwan. ..
States. British and French Hlih I
Commilabons. who till cxerch4e HOUSTON. Tex., March 27
lioal authority In such matters. ,UPP Policeman H F. Golden
:he' amendment authorizing ac- said he couldn't quite swallow'
j.,tuel drafting of men won't take the excuse of a night cluh oper-
' effect until ratification of the actor who led him on an 8f-mllei
European Defense Community chase before vullin, over to re-
..treaty la completed., celve a speeding ticket.
Reluctant France Italy and;
nemburg have not yet given' "I thought you were my wife."
Final approval to the plan the speeder told him.


I Fast FIelht Bemcrce to Colombian Ports
m Accepting General Cargo for
t Tumaco Buenavtentura. Cartagena, Barranquilla


Wilford & McKay, Inc.
Telephones: Cristobal: 2998 1760 2535


S.S. COUTANCES .................................... pri lath
S.S. DIEPPE .......... ............................. March 31st
M.S. WASHINGTON .............................. March 28th
S.S,. ANTILLES ...................................... April 16th
S.5S. LIBERTE ............. April Sth
Weekly Feat Cargo Ser~iek Between Crist6bal, Batboa.. & West Coast of
4L and Canada and Frotnightly Service Criat6bal, Cuba
Crltt*bal: FRENCH LINE. P.O. Box M01l Tel. 3-476 a 1818
PanamA: LtNDO & MADURO. S. A. Box 1038
Tel. Panama 3-1U3 3.-191


Great White Fleet
New Orleans Bervices Citorm b
"8.8. "H1BUERAB" ..............................
8.8. "JE8BEK" .................;..............I. SMeh
8.S. "LEMPA ..................................Mareh
*S.. "YAQU" .................................April
*S.S. "SIXAOLA" ................................April 10
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New York Service


8.8. "MARNA" ................................ March s0
8.S. "LIMON" ............................... ....Marh 39

Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New York,
New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Franciseeo and Seattle.

Special round trip fares from Cristobal to New York,
Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.

Special round trip fare from Crestobal to New York.
Los Angeles. San Franeisce and Seattle.
To New York ...................... ......... 40.00
To Los Angeles and San Francseo ..........27.00
To Seattle. ............................. 35.0

The Pacific Steam Navigation Company

Royal Mail I tns Ltd.
8.8. "F YHILLJ ......................... ......March 30
M.V. "SARMIENTO" ..... .............. April 9
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" 8.LO0 Tons) -._... .May 18
M.V. "SALAMANCA" ............................ March 30
S.S. "FLAMENCO" ......................... ......April 4
M.V. "DONGEDYK" ........ ...................April 4
S.S. "ABBEDYK" ................ ...... ....April 11

S.S. "DUIVENDYK" ............. .............. April 7
MV. "9IEMERDYS" ................. ;.....April 11
All willing, Subject to Chauge Without Nqitlee
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attsebdI "eB n t thnern daghe frar that ra and a mem
Sby pla ne I' Service Center, 1 c4B d a tin i at. an eity. Tih a ffai wUs to in- Wednesday, Dr. and Mrs. Earl oe and e "o b
Balboa, munize troduce t of latband l visitor McClaren, of Columbus, Ohio, and have been demandia g
Ro -dbertL p The exhibit which i i IsYd i Great Lain toofeials and prominent res.- their daughter, Sarsh and Cap-
i' ih s Le m.J' the pb dae, will remain ha caoeowo e m tain and Mrs. R. M. McClaren, of Visilag At Oa r.".
M i l, Ia d- til Apri' 10 an,' may be v 37 By way 14 reveries 28 Japanese city 46 Wander Dr. Eckhart has been making Fort Kobbe. Mr. and M L.
,:ron. ;00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. 1 Come in- 20 rl's name 30 Implement 47 Rim a tour of South America and ar- Dr. and Mrs. McClaren are family and their
1"l'- 4 ,a P 1i.French studisleMountain 31City in India 48-- majesty ranged his itinerary to be in Co- making a visit to the Isthmus Mrs. Herbert W.
S. but imbers use" 33 Amphitheater 50 China's staple lo for the Expositioa. The fa es were friends in the dauht Edith, f
SelAiolat ceremoules aBd to M.eeb 2 Born stocks 35 Come forth food -States. sending a few days a
S2 S .. ; Waal days as the house T Bae Presnted Wedesday 24 Mohammedan 24 First man 40 Demented 51 Plant Somrity leets Offcers ara."
a 'l a1ia. of her .son-law and dough. The Caqal Zone Junior Cilege name 25 Jacob's third 43 Roman river 52 Essential For New Term Mrs. Iglesias Addresses. r.
N., Nw t'aval r. nd Mrs. Eulle Benae of will give as its presentation for 37 In addition son (Bib.) 45 Greek being The Beta Chapter of Beta Sig- Progressive Circle. J on is ler
IlWaMeL. Pata am and their New Corosal Area. International Theatre Month "Mr. 2 City n Norwy2 ReykJavik architectural 55 Boy's ma Phi Sorority held their reg- The Progressive Circle of the o return to his home.
SWere scheduled Mrs. l rwin's late husband was Icebox" the Glenn Hughes dra 2 Run away resident tyle nickname uar meeting at their clubroomr at Cristobal Union Church met at the son will remain
eothte M T.. an eo o the Isthmus duriDg atization of the Paul Galico story. Fwy res Fort Gulick with Mrs. Jean Judge Church with Mrs. Betty Hogan weeks with her sa ster ad
"aO Onfti ddyrng ttzation of the Paul Gallico story. ,34Older ppresiding, r n-in-law.,
o dcon structio dAy This present-day comedy is being 3l presidingO posedpresiding.
1 given for one night only, at Dia- During the business meeting a Mrs. Alcibiades Iglesias, from
S e Te l eeby speal permission. South new corps of officers was elected. the San Bias Islands gave a talk
S, ,t otom.. ac ver T Ol, d-Th 'r.s a i. Im IsIAmerican 'I IThey were: president, Mrs. Trudy to the group on the work that is
k A reception will be given at the Geueral admission tickets at se- river Gibson; Vice-president, Mrs. Har- being done In the Islands.
Sthe over Tivo Guest House, Ancon on Tues- vety five cents each will be on 38bistance riett Serger; Recording Secretary. After the business meeting re-
IT4-1 812 the e vet day, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. inhabon- Sale lat the door at the thie of- the measure Mise Joyce Hewthorot; corre- freshments were served from an
S I Al Capt. WJ- or of construction day employes one performance. Curtain time is 3 Winged sending secretary, Miss L o.i s attractive able. Tall green papers
U- and Mrs- and their wives or widows, who are 7:30p.m. goddess of I Shannon; Treasurer, Mrs. Eva in crystal holders flanked a cen-
rs at Coco on the Isthmus to attend the Goet- vittowr / Hbrte. terplece of white frangi-pani, bou-
their 4wparture halt Memorial ceremonies. Need For Vblutary Supervisora 41 High priest 7 I A number of future plans were gainvilla and periwinkles.
SMembers of the Doctors' Wives 42 Insect -- completed. The Girl of the year Other visitors were Mrs. Thel-
StnaAMembers of Chapter 24, Natlod Club. Who would care to volunteer 44 O ent Dance is being arranged for Ma ma Rettinger Mrs. Va. Pellot
SAssociation of Retired Civil theiervice to supervise the ens again he Elk Home. There wl Mrs. Besse vis, Mrs. Leona
s U Employes, will be hosts for a pic- diatribe playroom maintained by 49 ure be adoor prize and spot prizes. McLarnan, Mrs. William C. Har-
..GI s Ith apt. nic to be ivenThs day, at 12: the Club at the Gorgas Hospit 53Pecu t. Tickets are 75 cents per person rell.
ip.m. at Morgan's Gardens, Mira. are asked to telephone Mrs. H.S. 54 Ea places and may be obtained from mem- Members present i ncI uded
tve hosts.-rda e g flaresat i n honor of the v56ile ad Murty, -2-4 Mr 1 h bers or at the door Mrs. Virginia Faris, Mrs. Jeanne
,Wi .- .meri. __ '--- 57 Hireling A cake sale is also being plan- Stevens Mrs. Vera L. Davisson,
Na reatinhonor of Rear Dr. And Mrs. Nah 58Chills ned forApril 20 at the Margarita Mrs. Helen J. Gercich, Mrs. Ber
Namvdul L. AtSn son, U. To Sail Sunday .s. N II oS trench il l" Post Office. nice Grich, Mrs. Thelma L. Koe-
Adg.i repAkison. U.. To gl Sunday 159 Fecsa
nd the members of t "On Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Naum and 0 Marsh ga Followingth business meeting M ex G. rr M
Board, whoarevi- their son, who hve been visiting 1 Grant a cultural talk on "Music Into Marilyn March, and Mrs. Virgi-

Mrs"., Visflng Here Philip L. Deade of Ancon will be Bak n Mrs. Beverly Berer was pre- Mrs.CMacy st Start tiring
Ja F W e .arrivedyesterf amongboard the S Panamail forNew JAC c am er well' from the group as a bon The Delta Dek bridge club met
day to attend the Goeth. York en route to their home in By OSWALDJACOBY tthehomeof .orryng ...Britta
I.Wron Lir fA ,cet Up Your Hearts bal, Missouri. of De Lesseps, for dessert and DorIi worry about
Woman's Club To Meet Thursday Hostesses for the evening were cards. first gray sand! Lew it be
.I.RO UGH TheeGamboa Woman's Clubwill WORTH U -t Mrs. Eva Harte and Mrs. Trudy The guests included: Mrs. Tere-
A RR U GH hold its regular monthly meeting 4A86 (A Lenten feature of the Pans. Gibon. s. Lowe, Mrs. Elva Woodruif, blessing in disguise -'
fThursday at 7:00 p.m. at the Gam- AA4 mae-American, prepared by the e other members r e s e n t Mrs. Hilda Coleman, Mrs. H sia to you t
M famous iic tr. were: Mrs. Pat Brenner, Mrs. riett Gonzalez,Mrs. Helen Gump
Mdd bMacohin teAJ43 Rev. M. A. Cookson, Ep is copal Doris Leeser, Mrs. Harriett Ser- Mrs. Anita Eder and Mrs. Helen i do i
Ad Machine At 8:00 p.m. the public Is Invited K C h of Our Savour, New Cri ger, Miss Jessie. Gardner, Mrs. Crowell. taini lovelier, n a
Acounting Machines to attend the meeting to hear the WEST RAT tobaL Marty Denlinger, Mrs. J o y c-
Atlounatong M guest speaker, Karl Curtis, lec- 6Q10 J 32 OUR SECR FEARS Hawthorne, Mrs. Kathleen Huff- Cotillion DanceTonight looking new hai
ture on ancient pottery and gold. V J75 10 3 man, Mrs. Lois Shannon, Mrs. E- The Cotillion Club will hold its relax and let R- .
Cash Registers His talk will be illustrated by slid- *1082 Q "Thy sins are forgiven. Go n dith Cleis. Miss Nancy Ramsey over! For Roux Oil
pe l designed for es as well as by actual pieces of *108 46542 'Peace. ResadSL Lke 7:3 i The pledges present were Mrs. -/
your needs, pottery and gold. SOUTH (D) a Elsie Hoberg and Mrs. Anita 0- Po Tint treatments
Light refreshments will be serv- 6K 54 Here -i an Instant where a wom. bereoltzer.rer v sta or.,
ed by committee members: Mrs. VKQS6 an squared her account with God,'
Sellens Mrs. Ehrinan, Mrs. Har- # K 6 A secret fer had beenlocked Mrs. ank Complimented
prison, lrs. Donahoe, and Mrs. Ca- l 4, A within her h art for Aayyears With Luncheon And Shower highlights adie
S tazaro. Both sides vul.I -the hauntin dread ofo y overy. A luncheon and shower was biv-t.
SAll Star Circle ToMeet April 7 Se~at Wed Nort h at She found release and pead en Mrs. Ralph Hauke at theo. subtle,
II|All Star Circle To Meet April 7 he ound reea and tel Washington, Wednesday by the that changes et &
I t"il Avenue Members of the All Star Circle 1 N.T.6 P N.T. Pau ldies wh work with her at the i
T04. 0 will hold their regular covered Pa Pas 1 The above account tells of Unitedw Fruit Company Office In L dt
dish luncheon Wednesday, April 7, openingW 10J the home of-a aPha-istobal.0
at the Scottish Rite Temple, Bal- seatedN sooner had our Lord The ladies who attended the
boa-t1: pd. seated Himself at the table than nd cipated inthe
us-h l .r boa at 12:30 A oruS jatp to six no-tnump a woman of that city, who hadi c an A C y o CAUOn: IL
aa s .- meem k a stab in the dark grievously sinned, fell it the feet gifts Included: rs. John Co fy, SHAMPOO'
l Concert Monday Evening b ifla actually simple and logi- of Jesus, utterly overcome with i Mrs. Leosia Ender, Mrs. Ruben
Ma will be p resented at caif you use the point count ontrition.a Colo o
r0athisopeningbidof on e su st Cora Lee, Miss Colombo Luque, me
S-Armeld Fores Se vtrll S hou s coputf otou er- tears of penitence rained (NEA Telephoto) Mrs. Herbert Lewis L nd Mrs. MsMleo-ANSS
Bocr a a Road, BalboabA ot Notha1 show ap c onts ofor 16ndI et oa havedrvn t eas ofro p hitteb r aineoic a Pierce. When a hostess Is having CA E
ush help your haring M on Menday at 8:o15 p.m. Professor thpii North has 17 points, ean o n th M ters feet and she TAFr charles P. Taft, broth- r small group of Intimate friends Caution: use only as
probrtm witie Naccomp is n to 35omts. o can Leidr Boort Taft nt$i* 0are. Cetrad. t .. -- ln r e al way of serving Is to set up
Geperalrm adanion Is $1.00. Stu- y ou uutally nee. ointment he a Los Angeles news conference A group ofjneembers of the Co- the coffee service and let each Dsrio' sheR lB
Newet Tran tor Aid dents 50 cents, and military per- Since you ually need 33 points that he does not believe Sen. c Solo Offiers' Wve Club made uest serve herself. That way
Nomwuniet Buildibe ad td :00reetr ons for a small slam and about 37 Jae ehor KS
sonny will be admttd free fora slam it The Pharisee who had invited Joseh R. McCarthy usesfair a trip to Bare Colorado Island conversation Isn't Interrupted as J O OS
t ra g sam, et i lea r e i o had e Investmative" methods In his yesterday. The. member h of a when the hostess is kept No. I "A" StLeet
(Eco mical Opra chati that this hand will provide a good Jesus was incensed at the woman hunt or subv s aft e party were: Mrs. Jeanne eybusy replentishin cups and Telephonte 2-2s1 s
$.00, $5.0 per annum) woma's Club To Meet April 7 play for a small slant butprobably and, were It not for Jesus, would ntor y n d s Naylichey Mrs. gi rnd ar o
Snot much play or grand slam. have driven he. from his home. an attorney who once led Mrs. Nancy Fleeely, Mrs. Ann bringing cream and sugar
TH. PE 10 BUILT SEThe Curundu Woman's Club will HWINa ^ ". Snet e t brok e 3-3, ful polivncal Ce e an u p Barrett, Mks. Doeothy Hofer Mrs. each guest. Co
hold its regular monthly business When West opens the ten of She had violate the moral code success local c e anu Baett, Mrs. Dorothi Haler Mrs. ea guest. R
e meeting Wednesday, April 7, busin the clubs, it is immediately apparent of thatday and in the eyes of campaign in Cinloinnati. 0. B. Gray, with Peggy and lenn, The easy way I often the
heOarngun nty Building at 9:0 a. to South that the contract depends te lf-righteous Pharisee, was_ Mrs. Betty Rascoe,Mr. Irene pleasant way for everyone. u
SCommunity Buildingon he proper management of the an outcast. But Jesus rebuked. the Goodmand Mrs. R.K.Y. Durs Ien-
SLMeeting Thur.dy At Albrook diamond suit. How would you play Pharisee, telling him that this berre, Cirs. M a r y Cassilbury, M.
The Abrook C. Wives Club this suit if you couldn't see the despised woman had received m lons To Re e i Mrs. Jerry McNeill, IMr at
&MAs e cs threl t he defender Hme. it sy ha oon To Receive Kenny and Mrs. R. G. o e GHTSt CAMERAS ACTOes
2;T--23 5- s business meeting Thursday at '. o30r he aft drla ed, ouh fI a
..++ 10 ;;.th he Game Roome^ othe ThantuPon ut Eoch Vrer, arntvalse. they hFm .ave BO ME
h edrl ls r hothe heart broke. After winning her lovexfor the understand ig Fr Lean o o n Isnlo nd houseguests Lieutennt Cor- -presents--
n u the ^ .clu rtricb therefore he compassionate Jesus. Bending o Island m under and Mrs. M J. Sullivan, Sam and Bell pewack's hilarious satire
lE .U IT I TA I imnutb ditely dtook three round s of vethewom theMaster-aid: of their COCO SO Hospital. They :a
THE PRE ONBUILT E N MACHINE hear. lne the suit broke 3-3"Thy l, are a forgiven. Go in LONG BEACH, N.Y., March 27 will spend a few weeks on the on Hollywood
Bi- en g t wido the mrdeclarebr r couls d count nine ticks peace."i (UP) Every Congressman in Isthmus.
U O rTME 9UARANTEE outside a -the diamonds. This a eWashington will receive one Since their arrival they have "BOY M EETS I R L"
meant h he needed only three ha s exaU y what God i s peanut in an envelope from this been the luncheon guests of Cap-


dhis threamond tricks ready-made. the -pe trate to Congress that the pro- and Mrs. R.K.Y. Dusiberre of Ticket on sale at Dama or at the ha
S. Ca thedral Pn- around the earner would have led a third diamond heard me and deliveredigme from mean "only peanuts" in ovlng ls n
from Felix Madure, Panama City Tel, 2-0324 toward.dummy's jack. This would all my fears." Psalm 34:4 to the working man. ,-.. ....-,-,,-*
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h resone for cashing the top PLAN ro ATTEND CHURCH THIS SUNDAY
hearts first was to find ot how AT THEMAKI PIFC
many diamond tricks he needed. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH T
If the hearts had broken badly,
South would have needed four dia-
,mond tricks.In that case bhe would BALBOA MEIGTS, C. .
have taken the king of diamonds(GfTS' C.Z.Bd)l'A
and thenfinessed dummy's jak (Jut below the Administrftion Building) INSTANTLY
in the hope that West had three 9:30 a.m.-BIBLE SCHOOL
adiamonds the qe.ha. thr9:30 a .ClassforanM ICID OR HOT...DELICIOUS-FLAVORFUL-THIFT *
Gunmen Break U '10:45 a.m".-BEA NG THE PEDIGREE OFDL I S AO UT_
Nehemiah 7
Slag Par Force 6:30p.j.-B.T.U.-Training In Chdian Living LADORA A ONAL S
DURANT, Okla., March 27 RADIO OUTLET-HOXO 760 Rev. W. H. BEEZT, Pastor
(UP) ive hooded men carry-
.: Ing pistols and sawed-off shot- EVERYONE WELCOME NURSERIES PROVIDED Don't judge an imported liquor by its price. Remember
uns broke up a stag party at that half the price you pay is taxes. Drink Panama.
the Durant Country Club today
by forcing about 35 members to, made products-drink Womack, and receive the value
take off their pants and give up of your purchase in whiskey, not in tax stamps and
their money.
fancy bottles.
The gunmen, who wore wom- W Exquisite
en's nylon stockings over their Wh b is*
heads, "smearing" their fea-
tures, got away with an amount IPIIA T
.estimated from $2300 to $5,000. 1UTIU TAL UM
They cut the telephone cord and I
topl_ OrPON"used an Ice pick to punctureIsbttr forD I N K
00 tires of the victims' automobiles b t fo
on will a puff-Ind s outside the clubhouse. AGEWOOD
mowe r and mmbr, ht.o BABY'S SKIN SC "'CLUBI ""RE
No wet sponge or gie fingers. Can't sp number of local businessmen, ROYAL MOUNTED
were left lying face down in the RON CORTEZ
More women use Aagel Face main di hall, their trousers a CuticmTalmo ilw., CASTLE CLUB GIN
S than other pake-upl and b= strewn over theCASTLE CLUB GIN, asia
floor. Only money was taken. t mo I.
The robbery was strikingly e a se$oth
In the IMoe cAMS. e npwlte with almilar n technique to a d Ouptt s0
puff w your Angel'Face heldup at Cuashing.Ok., last
June 4. In that a four en
S,,_Bm IieUueMig>UI,wishf. Jearam oa ma.k, -obed M .
low aw "a of higmh -stakes die game In a T-

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S Ineod S Aw FILED by prec s on saw filing Muelaeu Fo.s o One mile. PROFESSIONAL nMy.. 3 t
If5 ........ ---- .. n&nu.tvmhe. Reooming" 142 Ca"lls Es- OR SALE:- Whit.e Leghorn chicks. ia o 2.Clam. L
A i. U. ,e It u d ansE P h on e 2 16 8 3 < B _P nue b d m erio FlSeon A N- PW a M 0 w nun t irp a e
g sacrifice. Livingroo I white -'ipure bed, A New a d a Wgover ethe nt to
Si. W OREHAKE MEDICALE FOR SALE nith poCLINI crcte Tran- WLo Sant Clara Bach cottages. Marne asy Way oan

oemeled mohggony tw.inr bed. Oceanic radio, 6 months old. Navy to. c mfrtable. modern BY and Is making iS rst trip to
Nalt e enameled bed tobile, dr.op2cs AOvhum ile____ 3301. er c Belboa 300 xce Dry Vap, Protwethm of the Isthmus aince that time. m
.. oo Agps .- ., .o..unDo inig- C control, ver n( u. "Street Corner S.A., Boxob ... elphon e7-5206. p m.. ... ... ..S TOP R eUSTof he ttnd dee ng la

e picture, d rapes oad condition r epmt 01e89d St OI sOfJ s Bord Uof D reno hand
o uIr r 4-to srv ed g o,. 'de-lies4 79 --ll Pa n a m aPi.n n m f rO ar r R Tod r a t:es. P o n e d oo., 'T u n-O iOT oo zeNT rsol e d t Wle --

metenamrleds e tsad .o1 bed rap es t 9 A i. T l.Pom 3-1618. other brains. I'm not trying to ni-- o 1. B Army ast in first trip

r. A _.. .... ld. 2 l o, fo 8 sh_ goth c rnitn wh ry $. 3 4 5 r ..orB V d, $150fm.00. ""f m e F. N IF A e m Alast December.._ He hapI1

eal dressr(used)Ihs oil oE thK^SQTO-H N A fr ^ .OS I'm Lotyn to. AND FO $ .1877.Fmsedha1-2167.O.RE <. o
dr, uwers tusedi From 10 a i m tc SnoRcoL hcLOA make money. Have t9 get rid ao P A. y Tm aLe several t ips to et ae
.noton ko. Apt .-C, Maduro prt-D l civery (itl 8o panel l r b trcnt). Sd 2" We Stiof F. R /ol to TZo-B. the b ast bin. a0 P r e -Lar-when

oEr an rio forSfloristshop,. grocery r sore, Jd e-1 :3Tpm uvrotaioThande sco Diectr de.
.c SE $ 0iee i vell oSe l e l- d-1o arnM. T by St. 7 p.m. to l roo nd. o m. l Wh e An Nm__s nh i- b
4d- borss n er tO v g 9. to p |ll, s cbnd i tlo w ill so c rific e fi t F O R R E N T : c C h a le t: 4 b e d ro o m s N o -r- --- --
inion. Juso Araemen 97, tap $1v$9 000c Polo,*Cell car! FOR SALE :--Winter Spinet piano very livinaroom, diningraom, kitchen ._ I
S-- p n coupe: l n, excellntgood condition. Phon e -42, garage ndlarge yard, $ 0.O V IN. o oce agai sage ad sree sar sod od "Prom r t
SALE-endxonitor wschine condion. Cll Bboo 3167. off, o Mnes OR street No. 5, Telephone .. ove rhelm the embattled gar Holden won the award bet i," ond director John

? 25-cycle, excellent working condR- 6 p.m. -ed MlelLPanadmSct.Car ptely fmished house, one or two Cetr J A e. sTel. r2-o8. The first attempt, two actor of IB53. He layed the Livadary,
achi onde, 60-cle, $50.0 bHo FOR SALE-Fou, dr -coated, clean. Exielr o SALE:SA, Maho 2229 during office hours. Caretkn AVT with Lou41h R" sergeant 4tal
2 .4-D, ',o Grande Street, Pedro Mi 1 rl Phone ,Balboav ort across the street. at were
rug, brow background $10. house 849, Dibo $6000.00. set doublebed, coil sprion followinner-g FOR RENT:-Furnished residence, No heavy Red- losses ham ole ab a OUNGST Ge- The best car ofl T&.,Whis-
l t bot2649ior,284. phone 9-3021. oSteiknay be ontachmtednt; miRoundhousc. furn. two b edthrooms, liingroom, diningroom, Co ndqChief man thpriooner f wasr camD dur- ne, Pluk and oave Wal

R SALE-Gas tov, refrigerator X Form -tols.phot 2. a kitchen -br prch. Ei ormen, A- icle figerati Artdry an lowydng pa World War Disney production.
5crionb bedu Emell deskco nite sioand. 1 0moRnths od LE 00 easy le. ings garden to r. S .Aty Vr kitchdan, rmciNo room, bor, mids n supported l thv e Frentch union The best b portlee actor of i .
c hone Panama2 40th StreetS Tel. 3- ,..un00..ay l rr Siuoy. rnr.. Sup Verinndent, tleph oo t.,Froo Roctrck. Welp one36 i I m sIn antrymen in the attackion 1953 w above sea level in the An h best Ci b

0657 iIn V-9l. utomline o 810: -rdamot 2; Mic Lock o M t. -- o ,7, t e. ., a y the hlls dominating the het first dramatic role-who won an JectTheWad
S..L.E . .Qu a.te r m a s w it.w.ti r e s u n d or c o at e d P h o.c. I-3 -51 4 .11 M El u sn ata t o f i r e o n r ed c r o ss m a r k e d
m.rnaho gan y buffet. Hou se 155 5 A brook 6188. SA.... : ; Y .ar -old FOR RENT:- Three-bedroom chalet, c3 1 2-4 31111 hospital airp bon s evacuating li e p b r n Io l de n
-OR SALE:- 1953 Singer Convorti-B PiBck,. GentleA with,hilmendron$60. Barv nd maids room, gre o the besieged fortress. O.arfor hspartlnthemovi sorOverture,-o dd
SSALE--omG. tobedroom 2 chests ble, perfect condition. Used only n phone 48-315ic Pedro Mi uel Locks: FOR RENT r YNES top, TERAN CrA. rom Here to trnty. Donna n-Mar, Johnfirmaries
Spawers. Ca2 o ul Albrok. 6-622ron the city since new. Bargain, will sellMr T. H. Hoenke Superintendent, TDA t St. Central A. eed dance hatrl Athe Green
nuat brs 333 r c-A lothe for $1,150. See it at the DODGE- PA.ephne 4S-213; Section "I," Fore- Apart.en26 Ca"E Thatre col-. HC .. aI Uu .a. h ...
hi b partrrent si fu- DE SQTO-HILLMAN. Ask for Es- nERS STEAM CMTIVne 2272 FOR RENT: Furnished chalet, 2 rne E n bet supportnoesman for avrrThe de- The best two-re shrt
ressL-.eSn e ngh t~e ving- V*o d,-t kildsen. LOCOMOTIVE CRANIS IOR SALE rooms and garage. 6th Avenue No. o, o ro sald F rench Dparatr oop units Ete "B Count .
lore 'nigbleh chrs$5OR SALE --- 7 .le 5 de rn g u r Sealed bids,0for gam.l o opening in pu blic, utl hd -14, Coct del. Mar on Francisco h ave been al Bu ed erted to reinforce
ptform rocker $25; rug9x12, n onrble, 2,000 mle, on good 194, in thEiO7l ice of Sf uprihou endent FOR RENT :-hLuxurious, cool, unfur-D Tip Ren. B P W henad I t AudreyHepburnWol te Mo- s .e a
$5Q; cloth cots, e 38 $; des condition, $800.00 cash. 71-of Storehouses, Balboa, forone lot of shed 3-bedroom penthouse n fin the big ed puh be Aion Picture Acae award fordivon, "The Lvin Deer,
o can ros 254, oppose nPrlowo, Balboaot FRorSund. steam locmotiv ir $40.00; mat th nt copltly funishd: living- best actress f 193. he won it a the so a Walt Disney production
sandwich set $2.50 each. Balboa' R SALE- 2 1 947 F Doluxee o l ndhouse, Bglbqa, one lot of 4 lo- space, ricd's 0oom, etc. Coil 2- m e Thi spokesman Mid "many r her role of the princess in

spr as end mattress "15.00. Tel. seat covers. brivn 2000 eies e hon iAobrok 8 tu 6 rocrs. 20a VALERIO TURON which fternInt dfated ctah Reemt laye4 tmeopare"of a dance t emes aclhievedent in
SSALE end8. sine, compndin Call Blbo 67, r Locks, and one lot of 5 locomotive FOR RENT:--n Vista del Mar, just pointed l,... a,.. ed at by "enemy aHSl oi Bes t ach icote m

potic overhaul. Best cash offer at cro apartment: living-diningroom, two Expeof Mficehou. Ultra.. hgvn e ."t t Movoai tag ertan who worked on design for color film he t
o shin ven ogcon- Saturday, Sundy and dft duty FOR SALE-Grinder Hone Sunner, bedrooms hot water 5 closets go matic and Hydramac Tranm tt tarnt" rulle Hobl"With ostuhnwer by
-yo, excellew n working gc d:- 6 p.m. c roo rodrnelLcSe Ga Mroloeonck os, plaetely furnished house, one or two o er. a* o e'Is.lau iof s do. Toli. The first attempt, two actor of 1953. He played the iadary.
L q ti--. .nd.-eqsanabl.; I broadlom SA Pedro Miguel Loks and Section months April 4thr--3-0276. 11 bli mm Fiia: Theatref weeksago, was repulsed with "tough guy" se-geant in 'Stalag

tirug r ownd m20broud$0 FECAl ^ o Four puse2, Juan DiFz Balboa Stohouor-.rtment oF witorut RAY" frgea r ..o
SBalbo ^2649 o-r 3284. route. "Jew tire L$6000.00. Tle- motion and inspection the following FOR RENT:-'Nicely furnished chalet __l, ____ _I __, -_ heavy Red clossels, 17," a movie about e t ae oaer- e es crt "T, Whis-
FOR2p ea-ikonAe 99d 3..... "-3021. may be contacted: Roundhouse: Mr. Iwo bdroon, sEl'mC-dnWngraoom, Wt n- bh man prisoners a d wrcamp ur- t hen. 1 W
RSLE-Gs stove, refrigetor iOR SALE: -194 Cercu conv-pe Room u tnd, Forp; d telephone 2.6 kitchen-bar, parch. Modermtely n, pervnsor. Atvei f ir f ya ih P en n imed W t.. n.
crib, buggy, metal desk, nite stands.tible, perfect condition, rodo 3550, t4; atun Locks:r, l.Wm. A.Vbncy nido Primera No 77, opposite Juan up. Tpeoted the .ench Unioned The best supporting actor of
iHoue No, 2, 40th Street, lre Te$650.00letfphone br35, Hous 6390-A7, en, tor, Superinten. 25 cdent, tor, -p door). Telephone track. 79 r 3- A Woe Nft I atre iould follow unein the ttatrck Astdrae epburn-"R- Thebest on .i

065chelor only. Neretps Prk New Coro-l. 25cycles;6 M ortors, Wi-h n.25cy, 2407. *so ft-.r,- Iy-ear thn Weldo nai thhertkea to man Holiday"-Dicwd uo an o
clee2G'e Esctudit Pshonincete Ask -dor 'roeolphonme222nt. i ton ANjITbCANeCOUP desired fortr to shore ess.edao iia Oscar for cos n the movIe lner av ertureco. d.

F689 anod condition, radio, heater, visor. Wl singhu pcompre andt o clean furnished apartment. NA. 13,. i sl^ fOVfERS ; -- Edith Head. In the------
ET Nicely fu ished roo otlight, Fluid drive, ood tires, Cro ho 3rd Seet Be Vista. But tala 7 llam .
.R bo d.ker cloCAhe bi ket. S e .ent.oned A".n
i t. c ctes f 'ioc co vert15 bl ee it at the DODGE- iiceephOne 4 -213CTSection ," For Apowner 4th Ave. No. ts Theatre, Son amThe movicture "Shane" oerte d a n NEW YORK, Mah
jK TO Retua c ic...'ov,. kildle N. 60 FOaybe obtained from the .TI I, Jusl .m retor of "From Here to Eterl- e Wholesale F
orr I NOVnFFR Rnci o,----*e 8. pr eabov e soivis, oro"frdbm off ce of S. f.shed t. utw N scars t or exper Who we
+hone T -treet o- Del Ap. 2 tP dot la, 1954p in the office of Sq, .usipee rsnntenden. edr4 mS rht 0ldn MTel mndeun (hem tineW l udad "The Robe"l- m T s,-,. -,'...
in rear of Ba t on .. ... ...- .... .. A...-1 .... e- also"a W r
.A.M. re I 8astov evf 8 o1, l t of torehousesy. B-lbo. 1\ BropoNw Panomeln Hers 4941 .e *kably good onion and wdJulius aear.y- ..- -ntroduce % new quaer '
0 Uvenng equipment located n he Grovel Pl dih. Its a combination ea- Hereare ome o the er n midtown Manatta t-n
condition, price $350. n- For further informtoFOR RENT One-bedroom apert- BAX ', S.A. ,d m t nd poal witeeh ward rva out before- the Vited flower buyers and gro

AHOTO March 27. R AL and inspection contact Mr. J. A. Dris- ment n L Joyo Building. Avo A AN w on top.sprined wit awards for best actor and aead n men to a 6
V- Russia agreed today to n, ow, ex nt Assistnt Ci Dredin OR SALE:--DCouch chair $40.00; m eint, coMpletely furnished: living- Pcke d buttered tre, best director d besy t 30 a.m. Mon

1n 3SamFranciscoorat e R- al E,,tate sion, telephone 6-l,82. Inviition No. 027or_ 0 I A crumbss, ture f cmeoldier
lendlease during. World S, .- 2E1R07 FO s coffee table $4.00; pair of Superinten- Livongroom, kithen, diningrtoom, kitndpchen- e ARSed about it fron Mrs documentary roducton: In the r eye ene by dawn
R aL.oLF E ctS.L O U947.~S-.ror 715 2 aIt. ru $1.00; book dent service. Two blocks from At- F.s AIR Ests**o man rwho se i ncds o the Pearl Harbor att, that is the hour when me

ye United Stcite, had been! Tform onaGood staw Street No 53. "El Conwrejo a h of Mfci maed Texa ono to Yorks freh loer market be-
spring crd mattress T15.00. Tel. seat-covers., briven 2000 miles end table $3.00; rocker $2.00. Tel- sk for Mrs. In. VAL TUON wh l S rc
Since complete engine and Hydr o phone Albrook 6 98, Qtrs. 203-A. R RENT Mode -just pointedroom government ffo i s Reedlaye te part of dance tmes id.
aicrs of rerhu es. Best cash offer. a apartment: with livn ingroom,nd diniog-tw p n i t Ut e xpert who worked on des.
State Departlent sa turdF y SudBESTy and aft .FOR SALE:-Gri under Hone Suner bedrooms, hot o- mtic nd Hydramac Tranaro e to eternity u ith t .
irt'olywood style. Tel. -544ed Y weekdays e: twcl Abrook 6197 model 100-lb. Gas, ron 12, r JtoArse oo offe roeona e Premier A Gratin "You Can Grow i d l
Avnclude N 12 motor tupsl or- bbe 4290. withwo cylinder; 3. cylinders, Freon,1-..----f Hotel- El Panom -;W For furthere, said the fre wa B dv rylmo)ry wUritt ded for the best a--
t and 2 submarine barbecue, garden irrigation. 50 lb., t; 20-lb. gas COMANY pF EN:-Comfortable olapartmen 3-4968. Noble, who has been an amateur
FOR t, RE. Radio, with 25-lb."cyi0nder;',,li der, Fre- new building "El Congt"jo." Well ..Ir r
cated the Blac Sea. cn provide it 'cost $12t500. Se, ll ino Oi L UMS oR RENT:-Two-beProm furnishedpars: ltliat onsix to of twourc s rportedilg orchid grower for twelve year t wit
ans ill deliver the for onl 500 withC 2 units Wastouse, 25 cycles FOR RENT:- Small apartment and stooies, water heaters, etc. the slTrao e en ~r l ti achievement in sound' re- Cer a --
REat latanbul ducompressor ofrunit and blower for Chilf officethirdone 3-2694on street adjoin- SIDNp MORRELL ed potatoes, on the book placed In-odcai C

RENT:ne. | Wond New Arrainon bridge, riaht bereceiveduntil 3:00 pim., April 15, c ---------- 3 tablespoons margarine or but-culafion during e past wee
Shnd ndde wth sCrE VENDE. 1954om unit, or deepo ftreze, 16 ing HotelR El ona).-Two-b deroo telyr u shls d a ter,.3 talieplcy ml 1% n by the Canal Zone 'braryee w

ion s or return o the 2-2346 PATTERSON. Mner, Commssry Diviion unt oprtmtoneir-cndoned,.on i (ti wtr and mil), Mrs. Noble bieve that or-
S1st Stre conti Off tbe, perfect condition, rd $550 ft.Hope, C motor, 1 300 -ho., cycles; m- Priced. Apply Fat3-1277. Hlc6n(next OUSEOLD EXCHANE teaspoon had ward that he picture that tarredifficult ement art
i thelor only. Negr PeLesseps Pork. New Corodol. 2-y cycles; 6 motors, -hp.d 2 cy- 2407. Twobroom prt New UedW and gund tc per ee gae t grow nor more tim-conkumn an

A n aters. io dstrl Lbrtory facilities, pl42y-yord for child Wy B a- Se. bitrtnret yaft bread c ton. os common hostage plants. The rh
4 Estudiant, Ph o ur P C 194 Dodge 2-door cycles; c thMompressor ad motor AMERICAN COUPLE desires to sh Oaurement or their e
4 r r, Supply Diresor Blbo Heights FOR RENT: Two-bedroom oprt- i c wat us Dro ltivHead. on
"- -_r good condition, radio, hooter. visor, Westinghouse; coopressor and to- clean furnished apartment. No. 13. + IC
SRENT- NicelytSfurnis spotlight, Fluid drive, ood tires, troy. Phone Bele Vista.Genero Mn- mentStam, er. Ck l ript The coalagete l .t Of tw E- *

S DE OT, March 27 UP Com y Diviion oun r maid room. Chmpsaur, Tel a der, about nute: Dra; ve tarring vehifor ann oned by
se bus stop. Up0tai, 5 Furth 5623-C, Diablo, 2-4u83. .. FOR RENT:- One-bedroom apart- A- m other ate-
SJuly Ave. o SAtE .OR TRADE:-1952 Pan-. PANAA COMPANY met health, very quiet locationT.fULEbroo.. be mentioned in l anyote
^ '-- -"r"y -- AA-;---M CAaAL c very gory
S.March t UP) veti bl e. Excellent condition, h F rS n LTRICAL er conQPM See owner 4th Ave. No. 1 3,S n Sn T.m oni e ryg n od meor Bisn n.
Sre, e there are not more Ward's Repor Inc a sterSeocalede & tsoiler, boby bothanct. OcR R-T:ar for ther best color onslsalatyHartt-ated Wilesale a I rs .s
To Return I oIre, lot whioterealedb, for e in pbll will FOR REITTwo or three-bedroon1 i 11111TOMO1,IL ROW 77 NEA NO l O there b slor winIiq. Corp. came up with a ne*- one
k m .1I Duty paid. Reasonable price. l4th be received, i1030a.m., April 5, oprments, or unfurnAsh- .i 3-4628 ,ateOscars for experts who WnDrqYI
zmgllINaval 1 Street No. 117, Apt. 2, Poitilla, 1954. in the office of Superintendent ed. 4th Street 7040, Melendez and + : l"e's a 'm y good oniontand 'Juinus Cles'r."" -T Robeioptroduc Its new qu..ters
I Phone v82-4261 days, Panama 3- of Storehouses, Balboa, for electrical Broadway, Colo. H"od ther a inlue o Th e e-
Area, Gambo. For further information FOR RENT: --One-bedroom apart- 11 d me1t and potatoes, withawards handed out before tie o buyers and gow ,
*WASHINITON, March 27. FOR SALE and inspection contact Mr. J.1A. Dris- menintaJya Bidngra_.e.. ... r Ohioanson top,hsprinkled with Awards for best actor and B L-"":10nwmn Mo ,
--Russia agreed today to coil, Assistant Chief. Dredging Divi- able immediately. Phone Panama 2-- grated cheese and buttered tress, best d.recter and bestpc a :0 am o
rm n 30 small naval craft It Real Eqtale sion, telephone 6-i82. Invitation No. 0027 or 3-0763. crumbs. ture:
Ved from the United States' 61 m~y be Obtained from the above FOR RENT: --2--,bedroom apartment: I'Ar.LI. Distinctive- achievement In Guest were Invted to ip
lendlease during, World ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA Is ,coled' source, or from office of Superinten- Livrngroom, diningroom, kitchen, We Porter Caenot it f ome Mibn.shorsubjectsr rdviion: n Thely lihtt be.eso.ete" y nm'-
home by more Conal Zone' families dnt of Storehouses, telephone 2- laundry ,oo m. m,,ds ,ooR E P A IRW. uorttsCavesoon, "aheny. ui.hsortesubj ctstdivioon, '"M
WWII than any other city in the U.S.A. For .18 5 teepo 2 laurroom, mai's brtovo wth I The wife of. a men- who sea tonds -a, tlt lthe hour when .ev

u+ tere are not morel+ Ward's Report.. Inc., a statis-i ve&oopede &, t~oilei', baby bothinet, FO'-R RFNT. __ t ... ,,,,_ ne an t......Hert

000 to 20000 loyaltl aenecy of the atomobie baby stroller, baby lst net crib meat. Cool, airy suitable for Amer. We havs permanent tok o r; stir -in flto r. Par Wtte W ar. MR adh.
y members in industry, said todaythis week's & mattress, kitchen Coster table. icon families, 2 and I bedroomas e..sur-Co
adtuk. edwt arnwtmra seue 12as2r ctitn eswannd the sunas.
ni g t production will total 138.915 cars stepoler,. bridge tab le dburn th St. Poque Lefevre. Call LONDONrfil to ups witry; Aki
ust omplted by week's 144.98 Production Boy Scout uniforms sizes 14 ,12 F --WESTMINTER Rerd nu r re. a o al V A finr Lindcoln MP FOa o e t
aWMi m than so far this yer about per 2 Lionel 0-gouge trains & much FOR ENT: Apartment furnished, vdx I~T ld Rlld s ok tB a: air winod Mhee,
have been cent under 1953. track, toy steam engine; elso evail- cool, clean, garage. No. 182. Via v RO.B ai. thim cvness, vacation ror Malgret, SlmenS rihes a P. A Wem M4 M
hebie soon: Magic Chef stove, Porras, Son Francisco, Tel. 3-5582. gOLUM!AIIA R rde .or i the 5 te-,poo sl t. Anna Fitoalan, steM.
EINTS IN tnd washing60machine,4 ver- F6 SALE EL
CANAL ZONE: size wonderful tropical canvas c8.s. F6R s +A peppe: and 1 aW teO gratedEi0e"-O.i
rye rad r Re- Se'bert. 3-3358. o n top, ces withe U a- 'a
-t'----IVfrle t works on 251 Real &H Moltora0 venig legB raM
Ia 0 d les, 8150.u ,OR SALE: Thoroughbred Boxer fOR SALE -16-ft. plywood bot wit -c a =t wc eatl mme ted i,
ll gvLIA EL AO pupres. 8 weeks ed- I i tobee sheltered cabb fuliy d **s Ea Nowhed -sdate OV (3 1.
Sentl Ave.. Panamk 12- tt, new soil ond 3 E.r nrue J .caensed for 5 ptsons; a *e 10-.I1 -- ,, b end adrm=bs -
outboard $15000 or trade-n -_ car -"- .-. ..:. 5.-. 1.---

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,'O' "LLYWOOD -(NEA -hxclu There's a hitch in Mario Lanza's
i -I ,ee role ian t .k e wouldbe signed Y if he
Lance"-the picture that winds up reported to Mennangbr clinic for
me "a. on records are o Wlddrk, Wedn't fancy .
92i1.Wmaeer s. S i g. ,lolay booid I ddie tohero 3oc The feverish activity of James

.ut IB e pear that they're Hollywood's hap-
: a with Us B W Jimmy Durante isn't talking eyebrow-raiser. Tne Masons are
s own record. ap (*1 put it, but after one of his dishing ugr pure fiction.
awayin~g along Goodnight, Mrs. Calabash, wher-
ever you are" sign-offs on NBC-. Jess Barker answe questions
thw )ears go' Sam Tsay TV he received a collect hone from a battery of legal-eagles for
.. bue manager d thiscal from a "Miss Calabash" in over three hours ant his deposi-
At j g n "t-m Wat, tnId coming. We ied 9 upper New York state. Jimmy re- tion on life with Susan Bayward
ttous, tI ats fused" the call, brushing it off as runs pages. Between book cov-
ry t'a long-term contract. So be does au pleas for an epliana. ers, it could be a best seller.
S ot ear deal with Colum- tion of the Calabash routine.

OWN A swynhae .v The big battle between Marln a Veronica Lake, who shook the
s a A i that shoul see hm safely rand and Darryl lZauck over gold dust of Hoywood out of hers
hougBh the next aw trends. ref sal to star il "Thle Ehi one-eye-coverig hair years ago, Is
At l -1 insc red Jerry Lewis to sed being offered to Las. Vegas hotels
vi mea ^J IFsS Jli Mrusical mom Soe"a ty S faad nlapuek this wire from the "Big as a star attraction.
r t still eightye to The abselate lowdow La s Vegas e -

u ant mCs"tg "I don't think ismbak kvry courteou obouncing two I stung in ao hvwnd IM e da o
Adver big battleme na movie trade arli sur n Laker whook. ae
He'. a ~ OFvslow :Ag thatrshora see him an ely. 'Fs a d Da,. ranpr 'Vi rrg l MaiObugh a olda ssdut fe ofHllewsod- A .outof I

""e clb pi rieovernor Bel.ev sro bw ats to send beln e led to Ls Va s hotels
-.-? Wny weruse yoaluN Scantea, gnoter uiswire orom the stas Io w star attraction.

admit 'b o toist erdii -sTet-it's o- S r eaticon W ol C at Chi, np .'
Woulls dSi O&ei t Chaos l. Davis halth certis that she am

tales.1 to riches. CKS PIC think this bank S: Best of a poor ryaourtou-bounnstw a ce ree l ng ette back
week ia Teresa Brewer's latest, S epahr onla smwie ihat Hoilywood in a harry.
to ltaen" on Coral. Others yoi7 may hides onlbouttog
I ,-. -.-,. like are ..."Somewhere There is DATdNA BEACH, Fla., Mar. mlie School system oVe to privatee "Vera Cruze" bathing scene while Miami Beat riti oerleM
TIe Golde A ." pope," L ou Monte (RCA) 26 (UP) ,orgla' Gov. Her- individuals should vte rm G ooper and Butt Lancaster cloae, t d.r. on ho...... .. .
S .s.a f r Hear" TolArden (Co. man Talmae sal td hat C rt outlaw sol e look on, a have started an"I- Haylos thse ois BeaisRa'
Aey ws, the r lm a) Tsuamen" Bob San. end segr action in Suthein is decision n the f-vei nd-ysta 'zl dVny o bo et iubhy m iHs erformies. A the
se' re Ba to a te- to Maria (GM)- "uck Dance," school would "create chaos not in cases. te" feu Fiery Mexican actress Cloer Club wits givingmane
a pu9C& -fede reced o her Dav C rSoll (Mercury); "Boo seen since teconstruction days." Joluson said, however, that Serta Montlel has a bathing scene gon, nitero osaahe" -o- Kajaroo." by Ralph Flman- Talmadge's statement o iade even if such a "atEtUnd plan.i.' the same fil1 and says .he.ll agreed to v ithr t orw in hve
u e eor (CA)or esE rt (Colum. n a speech to the Florida State was put into eft there still shd *veryth, s toe e stars. t
album of the show-h Lugg (M ). loners, followed the predictionac, D r Dan Pier Anel's ar ol tr
wa, a abm weale m h are better in opere by Go. Jame Byrnes of A Negro educator, dthe only An eye popping article about Ptrica, as ofe th
a.itr0iEmord e south Carolina Thursday night eber of his race to bc en l ery sP e m Toee t i. stf

Ssiw wh w "Naughty Marietta" out Sge that an cod to school Chaana- her of ancedmon ttn t na l
notwo versions. Capit has it with ton "would mark the -t maor Southern cit ahospoke! alea on the desk of a 20th Bute strongmidedmother who
Ge=ordo-s Maaci ane Marguerite of the end of civilization in the out today against the ont tuay.Fox attorney. There ,ay be tee s ft detP akd t ,
les wle. GMco us It wth th as we hav known It." In o r etdacoa e It tws r wire servicethat > sis ter, Marissa Pavan, said
wdoebe-header The president of the Souther Dr. Ruus ent a mm. d' returning to the night-club twBn es
operetta treat. MGM has also is. Sociological Society, Dr. Guy ber of Atlanta's Board of Edu- spotlight. NO
mov VnC of "o Ma Orie," North Car said tod ow- C brof Commerce tha Shelley Winters' yells may hit e i (.
e1, tlsuee 6and Howard Keelh ever, that there will be a "Mrad- the Shool system oeuld to r ie if she sees U-I's western. mI111 3K -tasa
h My. on a itol, does ual mixin of the races" the rovlde two equal school stems awn at Socorro." A sign in the r
Operetta," ght gay South'a schools regardless of lor whit and Negroes, I would ow of a sagebrush town set
j o*. .and 'aswging arrangements o( oCA) what the Supreme Cour. rulou become eanstrupt I t o dooreadsr alagcbuht-wnsk
dl rretta classics. Jo" se n, *sn eaio in AtloIty, Clement, a lunch guwe tha ,f t s oe have
ma A "bhtsaid. m no of the races would Jaycees, ate witst the ht Fancy Dressmaking- Madame r' e
u-d -Z n e label has a good ver- come aboulirat In the rural a- remembers of the group, the V. Gasaman."
sr 0 ion of o)art's Concertos in G- areas because the "burden of try- time a member of #race ha W o rae th
SMaOr and D.Major for flute and lng to finance equalized country done so. World's greatest athlete Bob M- "The Lon Long Traier" the
orchestra, bert Barwaser toots school in a s would be toogreat. tuttheres wsh don't peve y pro ythootball after scheduled weekend movie rtoo.future
the flute with the Vienna Sym- Talmadge rt-nfCouante isi ba making "Tue athias Story" and lease for the Balboa Theater has
Sve oi______ )"CryingP tenDono turning eorg' pub- l .A a serving sMrletltayso: hit the long lng trail and Is
e abm-fMs ow- (MG M)e's set enough |e!ly ed feet- riv te r in srctions due tothDvNew
SmbeerWa:read0,0 P y M. ov. James._r. By rnesofANegro educator.Us, onlhPier Angeli's six-year old-si ster,

L Tould oArr Oe orn e e ia e oPatrinia, was offed the moppet
Rings are better In ton Ao ril 1 d out on aighta uaed n treating cansr l The substitute picture for the
.........rty' Marietta"out ain' a s- .Of.r w siAlboard o U n.IDon"Niley. ini sensational magt Fitme raln w'hic abylonRevisited "

SKB or's Tmes Square, openu ihon the box o pens th rea- week-end will be "Take the High
two versions Caitol has it with tton. t wouldmarkthern t ee lid ofn leade bo conainn l stvhese s ailfnro ther

Goron Macae and Mruer teo the hef executive will use a vatet n electricacircuit andybe- ht the Panamae toanal er vice
r aouth aweoactivh se arelted Ic ony JOblemsl the chance r society. Tetn-re a

Amkttna prl 1and cted n l i un terg M aiann Pava si d
;4 lo' ieoowroaemlemherSTheSpresident of the routher Dr.Ruus.Clement,o aeo.m returning toen the aght-cl w -Ndilbe, Make te Hig
operettatn teanua Amre.rMGa ChncrtlsoiisrmaociGiogical society, Dr. Guy B.|er Of Auanun Boardi wsn,
osucitthedsorvdftrorkfofsthtonmeasuresradiation illvertitThefshippints aAlsantaoJunior
moeofw se Marioa North Carvlntrsaidc.todayhow- Chamtr of commerce tetPa.C Shelley Winters' yells may hi'
withAnn andapoward Keel.,dever, that there willbeha "grad-lthec ea ,highnCif she sees U-Is'wemCern' 0m'aa uses r,
NohtOeetsiouth'sschoolsregardlessofe.reobandsNeemeet.aItfwoulterwindow ofsalsagebrush town se.
activrescalclassoles.anejos tne acnesIntAyicarlementsaalunchaaaegt of the ANN

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Schmeling, oc the topes in the first round of their famens
rematch ina this seen from "The Jee Louis Story," UaIted
Artists release which will open tonight at the Drive-In Thea-
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the ring and outside it. The picture that bares his life. hi
love and the wicked whispers that flamed within his le end.
It's all here the victories he won. the woman he lost, the
wild, lurid stories they built around him.
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First Homer In 19 Games League Bourne-Martine y Bout CrMa1 Games
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NEW YORK, March 27 (UP) Reports .e ---- -.,. Th gl sc?
Teams standing s- 2nd Balf i .. *|M .ib c B C .. -. I
that Ed Mathews "had lost hs home run' touch" Teams w ,L et. tm A tea-
were labelled "premature" today by the Mil- Firemen's insur. 11 1 .1r7 a te -nse oB -as
waukee Braves' big slugger and Manager Charley Navy 3 .r 667 ,i cAoolOn armUs wms 3.i.rem ,
Baxter's Movers 4 7 .364 ay L th C Lou"
Mathews, who challenge Babe innings and was touched for on- YrSTE IurREST tn bia rT W L P t3
untl1 lae Fionse unneararnedrun@rmhei Fireen 'o Itnsurance 9,I

Ruth'sackers. Mthe hd on Feld t bor the .s on I thei bst ames of pace Lost on blatl; Pr olne uIearne riua ro ArN iba 10 .0i0 sthT s Aau1os^te
lasthomern, hit his first round- era, however, thrill hold a -2 lead Baxter' Movers: 5 PeAron.Dobl ElE A: GIbe- rtnr uler r ( au) fh w '

S 1 ripperxf the Grapefruit eating n the other t e aterdiy. t' MO ta 5 Pr to Pear.son to aIu. aIt ThesTME I s MiaaiM al .i Iaur Te t a, Ms 13 i -r-
hraves' 11-0 ruat of the Atlmnta Yankee Stadlum and E bbets Firem men's Insurance vs.Navy b s Morris Kc 4 PoerM a- e, ate llae 2ands n t th o r tb 12 l k.0 r -.
homarlessInMilwaukee's previ- opens. the,-.n. ._ ,., ,
Cracmers..Maewshad goev Fild. jt b e the year o yesterday amternsoo n, ibralr Wo os n 2 banhis: Pere n TWO- t n.-Doub. (..I "e-pla "s.ap) fit

ois 19 exhibition games leading n the other games yesterday the ate o Gibraltar Life Agency 8 ubl ea
tothiny-veiled htth me-athe Cincinnati edleg edged 2 uther's Move s fi tehe in the Sears 5 2 Pz to peasl M llnar w n Abroo lt e A Attla I

once in the sixth alnd twirme n' bralAg Le took a full one a.f sitle Th rs2 ande g t o thing was wrong with hiPm. the St. Louis Cardinals, 3-2, de- fifth inning to allow Firemens ou Agency 5 pitch: Raymod lin. lght mr between sylves-nw lto d eArea.l re t-erira

A TheNe York Y a n kees r th. sevenths apme Itad oaer sears in thchalkuive big 14143pires: Fal, end te e an o at i A I At
Program Honor fng Oldte mers e s*;:*= a*e**econd half rce Fed y 8th h dcoTim r pa tt e b ort.dor pithin prradRd.SW"ad PneloAOb h
whie.irteban mreane, bt 2gme winneroHarvey ru and consequently were on Lincoln Life 2 6 Scorer: Meod .Teu of game: l at"_ at In UO i etonof Aht.

meanwhile.h w noo e mour Agencywr The ra 6o tr t hlteooon Admissleal andw roan d aftcracod wt 2 o'clock when theram (WP) d 2ol w e
K old ethir mi wrd aion Kor urnan 8- Haddisi; the W gton Sena te short end o the stick by a Police 2 6 1:4. Tahw Oe f-ru r ild tane i th the Trooper
4e orthe scored e nine to five race ed on Thrsday f tw e l A thee weeek le must fao e ter r ycl u.hoo r o.t. 2e
+Dodgers. Alle Reynolds, turnin10-, and the hilp delpbhaa Philbu The Fi st were una lted ae for i r h I one at ha n mi a i i r o1 ~w:knd0, aLe Fort
in one of strongest outings of lies defeated the Detroit Tigers, scoreless for thre. innin8 but FRIDA RESULT E 6, Brote ie j gr e nw, Ji O i

the sparing, ptched the last four 6to overcamhe e ledd twi set by Gibraltar e 9,n n. Agen cyon and (I0 *r t wubk game.. r. t')
Sorthd five th mesin ithe ff aet met ta e n I r tau ti the lLarl ^ M nar, Th brook era mt thi .

on which till honor ltorlianavstorf overseas telhoe hat ls n and wacrae fth an e a a other t the light w
the seventh. geme led over ea in lks 1414 behind the eThed pening ontext will ort Clayton Saturdsaynlit at Army Atlt6 -- 1 .

Iing old timers who will attend cables. A display construction fie runs on only three sae on. peymour tchAgenc will pl t o Charley Bradshm R Sea t a have Coce L flr r- (4 8). )
the Prun lead Intls temoreal Dd-edan photrphh berth e btnghes. Lou a. bit wild and twhe1ir final tto game .nxt weeira thd f a M g atonF ad SAdlook an d a (u) nc oli
ns next week ot underway n the l nd lidhe ney walked and wenbut e mour Agency too a m- suerea 6 s 2 first a o the n the Ar AtlniOOt 2 o'clock when ta
totructon days will be shown truck out five Koura t ingle standing orunf lead n the second half Brig there al hits oodr or e tangle with the Trooper nine.

ets arranr- On Wednesd then scored w en catcher iDuntn trae up ub nhed o Thursday for two runs ain the iii two in o ene dol~nd for general yt gaei n o r (Cat
edb noari d laord tanols w, : .t. the oanal overcome t he lead ea gd noon ba Gibraaltar came o Lba ingl. Rlalp Pa rwe came oon in r l Ib n hostingg Coamo Solo ad ( or me a-
and bar u t io n the ors- onr Clo e H i l prIe giremen's Insur aner's Movs butn the bottom o r the sthrd -for S earsecon and fin r the A tlat ae ort oemri. t rl un (M T) h
l program en r omd fourth and fifth frames. The orren t 11 metandings are is plate. When th cracking up nine fourth win E nne i r Albrookon cot (ts 1

dle withe partio trant t the nd n Diab r loo HeIantl s the ater runs, Hlzinger marked sti an- above with ears having three in six games.o ws th t xtlon.ran u the iaft ob e ar (E
which will ho nor loe and vuera o overseas pctieon e is camtd other win anrkd uwas charged wtme teo play and Gibraltareding hitter fo r the fr nnerePol polse of h it bpllce. Rrer (T)
idente Rol tiosevelt. tho wmers taes. A ho will be apld o co nstruceon e runs on only three safe one. Seymour Agency will play tw r thrBa ad phSents 0 210-10 12 tle Leharleyam radeor wh la
the oethaturday Memorial Dedica- daywhotographsha s been etuP bingles. Lou was a bit wild andto their top of thgame nurexth weeandParker lead the kloe alsoa g ut led IFrox 010 000 000- 1 7 2afl4

group of about 20 of the old tm- Anotherlevbnt dedicated to the stopsthe ball and Md~rthur ushed two run across and Ol- ting two for three. and shes. Dixon (6) and Oldis e collecting at least one
tioa h rne week gbot underwaYim e lo by anu ds idesaon con- issued even free asses. butSeymouradency it 8 to corign-suere hammered first ples ar the ry, B .n (5) and orton, t/he, Js Rosart nionee
today. h sa arucnO .nWdays wiu be s owni struck out five of th-oving mand run in th lead f ifth the Lodge Brother knocked him forWte t(e) Wt he, LP .iwlea over the Flyers.

ites f Empre nd Clebranng of April 1. The preram Dunn markedboys first twohree Innings andafter- four runs in the ball ame The box score: At Leld Flrd biore the next ate right-c s
ed by various local organizations 31, at 7:30 p.m. the Canal Zone l Cheney hurled a rood noon but i braltar came backn .. inlder r nie Lenn onblat-,

A double header ball game was Oldtlmers who visit the Atlan- three af er' eer b the winnna run with a r base LINCOLN LIFE te 000 100 100-2 5 0 33-foot home run over th eeleft A 4
M al ngra tm w which begins Tues- three-act comedy Mr. Icebox ameoraxr'MoversutIn the bottom f th third andthe second and hed theI

scheduled to start at 1 o'clock ti side will be int.tedtaged wi thee lrss on rnne soent ds1 men to the plate. When game racking up nine strikeouts. d fence wiovt two t o

at the Balboa stadium. The first Panama Canal Company exhibit continue hs hitnteak K and ry Pr^ez n ohn Mor onetoed
gamthe aof a Learue fePlayof Pre-ThepodutonIsderdiatedt r uneh two for to a ris started in ou ofthe mng was Danny DesLondr, was the At Laman HR Joa, tmner. Floidn-0 cuante tek ooi .
he Canal aboard the fery Pre- The otrodt l e ne.on te to stru ut o made the game was all tied u leading hitter for the win nersU. P. possession f first place. Rera ()
Aid ente Roosevelt. uthe. odatimewrsiwho will be admit-eman.he. being Bobo McArthur .at 6 and 6. Seymour fought back with two for three and R iph Senators (0 100210-10121 _TheLifeliners, win was- large-
At 9:15 Saturday morning a ted without charve.. .an failed to n the top of the fourth andP lead the hyr oeo0 team eo, ithw all o bbe

groutee of about 20 of the old tim Anouildihe ng arrent edcated h a en catcher Dunnt btorh quutc Mo tpce on twand 0 rParkerl ef o 3 o g Rd naSo 010 000 8 00 0 ft mKobbe 0m 200a lt-8t n e
Balb rroar YMCA-USO will hold itabrary Museum in conunction drastop the ball and McArthurshedwr a toss was Cing two o thr and hea Dixon () and OYarsld AFB 000 000i e-0 e llet
regular Committee of Manaelrwith te Diac Hei t Cam reach h first and eventuallybraltar made Ito n to scoring Parker hmer t tripl for H Br (5) a ensd r ort Kobbe toario

t m eetng. The meetnoo will Club and the Carib ean tamp sore Pn e run In was the hlttinhi ong ocs of the White (). W 8heran- j agand Rosari e Albrookyers.r"J
takenby bus to see the locks in Balboa High School upper gym- Jennings Turnr had two si l In the bttom of the sih O- (gam, ie ePiS ,L 1 Kobeso IL
operhalsdaa wheno visit the oYA's ersum at 8 o'clock In e the ea for twob 3 2 1 make t two ator three. teb 4 Dodgerst- 020 1h01e t G I ^ p ed Claytri o
sites ofEmpire and Culebrahning of April 1. The plt deta kt Du bhe t"* a t t p put on a rally tha net glef ten next eight II at
e many of them had lived ofl o Dunn marked up two for td two runs and the ball game The box score.: At Lakelan Florida o r EOn en hits wase a dn
rthreeand McArthur garnered with Charley Rager furnhinft lles, 001 20 the rth
t double header ball game was Oldtimer who visit the Atlan- SEYMOUR AGENCY Deore- LINCLN 201 D -foto hed L run o ,e left
scheduled to start at o'clock at here will be nterestriving ed oont eLtee 2b 1 e Sts O, I F ferra 0en e with two mar on
at the Balboa Stadium. The firstlobby, wrPaa anal Company ebit For Baxters dgar Kourany loaded single to left. constant, Penson ( and The wit sn Kobb e into
scheduled for 6:50 o'clock next position, near the walked u to for to. started inthe mound but Sander, If 2 00 Lakeman. HR Jok, Hamner, -0 leadi T the asecondin A-

ed fo u. *Bmmerman, 1 0 0 L. LiaJfle 100eo001-24k3 ohe f cf

neou~a ^^or> o O l n., ,rT'.nd f 5 S 0 GIBRALTAR LIFE Elksn4- 221 10x-r 7 4 e s s -- r, p', ?^ ,^ .
evening and to be This open daily. Bernie Herring all but had neither was around for the Dubois, rf Sb 0 1 WP Kor anty. LP Hoeft.
with special ceremonies. Other eh ofnterest to a oag r Marshall n alas 2 1 1 Brads 2. Parker 9.hits- all singles. Flyer at

oned wth spe ene Oteeh seventh. McNall, c 4 2 0 on balls: Bradshaw 3B 1 .1 o 4 4 o. ,+*
reularmens Committee of Man with the DiabloHehtsCamnur 000 251 2-9 teiner f Klne 1 1 0 and Parker. Ptchng records: M, and A.
n tMn cel, and Baxter's M. l00ub 022 -athSta Hartley, 2 1 0 Bradshaw 3 hits 4 runs () 2-2/3 Mot(9) Fort bb osao (

I--The following revised schedule -----annir rieMrker 4 hrti 2 runs In 0n til by 8 0 f ** .i. .
nat meetno.Tehmeemnd wil e Cluba Bu ar b arty Pere was the hitting White, If and Rgsario; Abrok
Balboaa MCA-Ucedwinltholdollow"ibrary bysInninn conrunbtioradsha0.0ampirf esinCr. a ms .(600 0 0 -0(9)-,
e FIREMEN S INRANC star of the gamer collect t four C rooke lb 1 0 0 Corilan (0) and Bai ly a .BartholomewR

Weds era oldtimers who have Goethals era oldtmeri located Name a A for four for perfect day at the McElhone. rf 1 0 0 Bell. WP' layed game fio Cerveerp (3), Smith ( ac. 4 3 .71tto
s ltved as YMCA Committeeoon the first floor of the Balboa McArthur, If 5 2 3 plate and ChayRaOer in a4- Ward,3b, rfIa0.0Luna. R-eftfielder D oradiu ind
bers are invited to attend Heights Administration uidin Jones, L., 3 0 0 edition to his innin Bowman; rf 0 0 0 a a ae3 71

Only the island of Jamaica (British West Th3 April 1-Baxter's Movers CERVECERIA FINALS AT gal on Sunday. Fraidr tec shots ble topgthemonb t HrDlem Sporters 3 4 .429 ^
and renew memories of the pGoe- just and e the entr GAManBOAce to thS HNDA e lkingeraet s t t Powell Garw s .
s when the YMCA's ersotection make bureau. There old pr 3b pen. '2 1 makn the it two fory of Panamathree. that ns s 3 1 arage 4d wit
re opera ly labelled as clubhouses foTr JAMAI Turner il waters Mo- of a top tournament wioer oe taCm ayn employes. official and not ... proga nCamp rf 13 0 0d The box score: ELKS 1BUn14 Newcifbe, Black (5), W 8 ojey Wednesday night. la

Sringtheir stay here all old- and May be enabld t a proven tournament AC"Dunnc121 h erhitsassi
tl1bers are invited -Baxter's veteran, not only locally, but in last hole when she beat Wa l r 0 0 no w the IM" tsof
Sth t onow have been a regular tour- record holder. c en e.a. She 0 ing hitter of the gamRee wtas the h ng sho
YMCA facilities. ct at herIng pro had she not let love upe of o are arriving eLaMaer, 2b 4 1 1 le o e I t. Itt Iot o y
al a a include- the lobby, writ-,for.the'e.r-MO.Ies.MelantlbI.1B rra. HR Newcombe, c-l of t
G'i he l 0P np She Ts very cool 0HnntiCgas anc 33 1 al Troops team wtas dive
SAfer m s JAMAIAne, lb 3 2 1 DesLondure. lb 3 0 2 Cinci) ha"B" mad this S 10 scr the plate by catcher of
A OT E Pearsot when behind, the true ark annual tournament r the gals Croft, 3 two hits ourth-inning t atl
Kbouf4arny, r. ss 0 1 2TPearl, b cf Lt 4iwaee,(N)11, A lat yt ,for Fort City,
Medinger,-S 3b2 0 0 Allencf2Atlah lby0t 1 0 D. HernIf 1 0 0 (Southern) 0. ,h as th e d ltng shert,-
Herring, cf 4 1 l1 man. if 1 0 1 le(MAGNfourreIning.OnyGa Seduled). .e th h in ,
RobrerLaat, 2b 3 0 (1 u r rf 3 0 0 21 6. r. _eadescame In to screCay 4 0 0 Price, c r 0 0 tons r nly run of the game. w h
Evans.o, -lb1 0 Score by Innings .a attempted pick-off pa a '
M a r s h a ll, If 3 0 0 2 4e7 .a, 7 i-af i, Ir b wa s .th ow n w de o
*Zimmerman, 1 0 0 L h.Life 100 001-2 4 Atn the target.
Golden, rf 1 0 0 suk)la lpthe third strike past 1.
Cheney, p 2 1 0 Marluard, 3b, p 4 0 1 Winning pitcher, T. Bright League Clayton batsmen.
Herne, _-4 Brandon, 2b 4 2 1 (4-2). Los.Iin pitcher: C. Brad-- O I Ft.' Clayton 000 100 000-1 3 I
Totals 27 5 s Morris, p, 3b 4 1 1 ahaw (1-1). Struck out by aright Sp. Troops 01 110, wx- 91
*Grounded out for Marshall In Sales, as 2 1 1 3, BmruiaW 2, Parker 9. Vaiea FINALn STANDINGS
seventh. MnNall, c 4 2 0 on balls: Bradshaw 3 Bright 1, Won Lo1 t
SScore by Inningd rf 0 0 0 Parker 4. Two base hits: Dubo ls, 'cC
F I51....9 Baxter 's .. t 022 Steiner, If 1 1 0 and Parker. Pitching records: M.R.A.,9'_ 9s 14nl I owll lV W ".
e gig w your sBaxter's M. .01 022 0-5 Hartley, cf 2 1 0iBradahaw 3, hits 4 runs -in 2-2/3 MOtt,- 3 14
S'eI- The following revised schedule Inning, Parker 4 hits 2 runs in
* 4 rfor the rem ainder of the second 24 9 I3n-1n sPi arkeI Hit by pitch n -/ k w secon hal titl by
.ordhalf is announced In the f b B asaw.By defeating Ch P.O. te Date, isitos followed TSorebi 0Innin1-9 TVie of gBrshaw .Umire. e ..inth.pla -off of a ie
nlg order: Agency 411 200-4 73 Raer and DeVore. Scorer: Thusd-ayaf ht eat
and d ne Umpire: .. Thursday_. -I. ..t..4'Cm -
Mon. Mar. 29--Firemen's In- Solito, MeGreene's
surance va. Navy CAA. I became undisputed chaMPiOnS leRty e

I kl~~l-- best when behind, the true mark annual tournament for the gallsicroft. n 3 # .+tw hits in four tie at bati-

B1- >I +of a real champion. Amador the equal f the annual Panama Wall, ct one of wh w e-rn
should be proud to have a golt- Open aP for the m, er, .2 2 home. i2,1or._ _
IW < nAr f M /O -* er of -her ability.P ess and y b f SJi Hitchcockb" 5 0
(W AMALQBLCleo started her golfing career timewlltoloe In the ot too Perniott, rf 0 0..
at Gamb9a under the able tub- distant future when the Panama3 -
Wlag o Harry Hart and .4 1Open Cog fmite wm ip en o I .in 38 5
Some up fast. She s one of the the Oeorge May in his seery a
= ladysgolfers ever loped Tam OtOrna M nts by C.P.O. 200-5
[E. : .S' IJoi o..all ,y and will be a real threat recogl.t the al ad rua- Buck 103 1 IK-5I 8 I I I i I
""', ,^^ I'~ i*~ I*-.-- mto the championship aspirations ing ther World Champlashp/ Summary: Rome ran: Boa. If i I IL A
of any of theals.Itoe Atlantic loan with the mea's. W hy not Two base hlt: Trimble, Croft.
Lbido and esecalyBraetwhere next yarl Hamilton. Pelt. Bae o nbe off
she is now a member., are pl- Croft 1, Hamilton 1. Struck out 11 l i li
Ing their all on her. by am ltaon 7, Croft L. Wini dl a mm t rt ... S S
f ANO PLAYBZ SHORTAGE pitcher: Croft. Losing : Th. i lad
.-i_ .1.. ,J!.- 1 M I ,St I B.lther ene of theee fal wI Hamulton. Umpires: o e of---ese gals wiEiE ia
.i.. ..T-f I.J".l play golf with any of the tOp Willana, Pa. (NA) Zebraaki-ReW i S ..
Go 2- d|.Simm Alb9S rdy. amateur anywhere. mid Ut- More tham Will Py, Lek tfor date of AD-War agg
ansd bp e hady oly awe| Ites course record of T7 at ia the IAWO aseb M to be played at pM ? I
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eepemr, tries out the Yan
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- Stanley Graism, a
tedium pitcher's mound



MIAMI BEACH. the spring-6rnla business has reached
a point where It is possible to bring the h ighghts of fact and
shadows of doubt into something appro:xmating a cmprehensible
tfoeus If all the questions haven't been answered by now, at least
the larger areas of speculation have been illUminated. The man-
ager has seen enough of his squad to know who has a chance and
who hasn't. Like most of the others, he could name his lineup
tomorrow. -
Consider the Yankees. They've become a national Institution
on the one hand. and. a national menace, on the other. They Vre
going after their sixth in a row. Only their relatives and close
friends seem to be rooting for, them. "Hating the Yankees" has
replaced nAidget golf a h popular sport craze. Bad news about
the Yankee la good news. And there has been some bad news
this spring. Or so, it was interpreted.
The abrupt disposal of the popular Vic Raschi to the St. Louis
Cards was most un-Yankee like, The fact that no players were
involved, only money, was unusual, too. The Yankees seldom Jet
a mawr go without adding to their player stockpile. Even if it's
only a emi A theFM angry, accompanying wa ing
about "coo~p byX M te Weis..
'Was this a sign that the team is finally beginning to some seams, the esprit de corps, less a Jest in the Stadium
than &.mpt.arks, has ost it* spictal SpeU? Success: and conm-
SlMeBFy-dun aand fae, though, the Yankees
have been a to restanidWA p it from public knowledge.
One of the pller Yankees Qe Rufflg. Henrich or DiMagglo
woul'IA bgtebulgg os onfto"ty. '-This was "Y'm kee
pride' tactlon. A vital nreaient of the success formula. By
common, unspoken agreement thie role of exemplar passed on to
Phil RJaab. It wll be thaetbIuh'to discuss the Scooter's qual-
Ifications when moe Is now about the complacency angle. How
deep It went. How real Ir ,U. Whether it was real at all.
There was a dispositith to see something ominous in the de-
partures of a handful of Yankees at the end of- the season. Mize,
Blackwell, Sain. With the drafting of Martin and the sale oi
Raschl. thlbrought.the-total to five. Sain has since reconsider-
ed. If there are noserlous injuries. Martin may not even be miss-
ed. Normally, you'd rather have Raschi on your side than other-
wish. Mize and Blackwell were dead woo4.
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The Yankees haven't been winning. They didn't look sharp
and assertive until they got good pitching and good hitting bac
to back in tre las. game here with the' Dodgers. Nobody pays
much attentive 4 spring camp results, but somehow there' a
dark feeling the Yankees have had it that their long Victory run
is about to end.' And so anything that happens to them down
here, even-an Ininoctous'exhibition defeat, is ghoulishly examin-
eo for a clue, a tip Q& an omen.
Despite medlcaMiurances there's nothing wrong with Mick-
ey Mantle's knee intelligently rationed rest won't cure, the
gossip persists tuble Gtum won't be ready for the opener, and
may even be out for wkeks Then, there is the manifest uncer-
tainty of the old pitchers. Lopat and Reynolds, and the nagging
question of what would happen if Rizzuto, who will be 36 in
September, can't stand up at short, where he has held the team
together so long.
Of course, if everything happens to the Yankees that could
happen, they not only won't win, but might very well finish sixth.
And Its true that when the devil's got the dice he doesn't lose
often. StiU unLi' Lopat and Reynolds prove they no longer have
It,* and Rlzulto deflpitely shows he is over the hill, it's Just as
sensible and logici to take the optimistic view as the pessimistic,
for one could bq as dght as the other.
In thisWurious. morbid ruiM to bury the Yankees, the laws of
probabilities are ignored. These laws apply to good luck as well
as bad. The Yankees have a number of fine young pitching pros-
pects. They col lu cky and have two or three come through.
And remepberf, hings still 75 percent of baseball. Why
Raschi wa-tage dst of Lopat or Ieynolds, wouldn't know,
but hiseW was rarely n ofn6 the chief reasons he went.
When you have three old pappy guys on the staff you live in
clammy terror all of them are going to crack up on you at the
same time, so you plan to drop them one by one. This lessens
the terror, but more important, forces the manager to develop a
younger.arm. Unless pressed, most managers prefer to stick with
veteran knowhow and contr6f.
Actually. Harry Byrd who came from the AAA's, along with
Eddle Robinson. may be much more valuable than Raschi. HeI
won 11 With the wretched Philly entry last season and was over-
powering against the Bums the other afternoon. He might be
Sgood enough for 15. Youngsters like Tom Morgan. Steve Kraly,
aom Gormian. Bill Miller and Bob Wiesler are all Well regarded.j
My pick is Wieslr, a e-S. 195-pound letter. This young man could
be a big winner. Real pig.
S Whethedroping Raschi helped the team may be debatable.
I t tr no Question that dropping Mise for Robinson st e
I the attack. Robinson had 22 homers and 102 RBaPAs a nst
I Jawva tour and 47 last year. Mantle's going to be al right
I unl the pedics rve talked with don't know what its all about.
| ut if they have to, the Yankees can do without him.
Even now Bob Cerv doesn't figure seriously in the outfield
la but U he keeps on knocking down fences (eight of his 11
I i so far have gone for extra bases) how's Casey Stengel going
to pa him up? And playing regularly they might not ever get
hin out of there. He's no good aa a part-time operative. Gets
too heavy.
With Robinson available for first. Collins alga becomes out-
field material. And if Rizzuto has to be spelled for any lgth of
tme. Column can go 10Short, McDouNId to second and C"r
(fMe AL teamI want til youngster) to third. Coleman, Ini.-
dall.has convinced everybody down here e t none otf us
el stane In Korea. hi was a queson mark laSt l.
.' Yankes" Mal. In be headed for a cataclysmic col-
li W tAOr nnow., e no *ar g sig anals beyond the cvesn-
mLe4an Ing mBfaUY present at the start of any 154-game
Y T _po On the contrary. I ee actual evidences f added strength
?t ewPoils."asmatterof teIths could be the easit
:M= 1 teglswaing of w.- I

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Gold Coast

Team Choice

The Pacifie lineup:
Rayboume, catcher
HaR s 1 base
Dedeaux. 2nd base
Diorlo, 3rd base
o0'Leary, sbortstoI
NapoloM, left field
Jons, center field
MartI right fid
Pretty, pOtcher,;



A combined taNm batting ay
erage of .300 las wht the Pcfli
side pitchers from their Twilighi
League will have to face In th<
first of two scheduled All-Stai
games to determine the stronger
er of the two loops. The 13 play.
ers selected to represent thi
Gold Coaaf Twi-loop have bat
ted a total of 0 official tiasf
and have counted for a re'
spectable 4 hits. hence th<
eVen .S0 batting average.
But regardless of the fact thai
seven of the 13 players finished
the season with a better-than.
.300 average. It was not powel
alone that prompted the overall
selection. Oeorge Lott, who lec
the 1ooa with .419 while playing
centerfleld for the chamolonshih
Naval Station nine, will once
more be roaming the gardens ol
the middle field tonight. Loti
was also No. 2 man on defense
In the outer gardens with a .92q
record on the season.
A face familiar to Lott will be
playing along side him in lefi
field. Gordon, whose .185 batting
average was not impressive
played faultless ball when or
the defense. And too Gordon'i
.185 average does not include hiM
series hitting against the strong
Balboa Beer nine, against whnir
he hit two triples and a pair oi
home runs in the three game
Navy will be well represented
on the left side of the infield toc
with Gifford and Gallaeher coy.
I erin short and third. Qallehel
hit 333 during the regular sea.
son, and though Gifford'shittlnp
was only .241 he was without i
doubt, the outstanding short.
stop during the past season, fin.
fishing with a .909 fielding aver.
age. Navy's most powerful con-
tender for the '54 crown, Salboa
Beer, placed five players on the
All-Star roster.
Speedy 'Max Wiech will do the
right fielding for the Atlantic
Sides and can Ue relied on tc
keep up his consistent hittingg
pace that earned him a .306 sea-
son average. Louis Hooper'i
strong, but inaccurate throwing
arm, should be put to full ad-
vantage with the cutting down
of his throw from third base,
Hooper was selected to play sec-
ond and to lend power to the
line-up. His season average waw
.378. So Impressive have bot)
Navy and Balboa Beer's catcher
been durith the season, that the
board of officials chose to pni
them both on the All-Star line.
UP. Esola clubbed the ball for i
I meF y .333 average and Swear
Ingen hit .293 on the- season
Both are accomplished receiver
and can be expected to divide
evenly the duties of calling the
Cristobal High School has bul
one representative on the tean
and he is their smooth movlni
first baseman, Bill Price. Price
who led the league in hitting
during the 1953 season, had bat.
ting trouble all year. but camn
up with a spurt just around thi
end of the season to finish wit)
a .297 average. Bill played al
season at first base wtihout comr
mittlno an error and this wa,
oen of the main factors that put
him on the team that plays al
SMt. Hope tonight.
The Pacific Twilight All-Starn
can expect plenty. of trouble
from the power-laden line-up oj
the Gold Coast nine, but never.
theless that is not where the3
will find the going toughest.
.Three pitchers that could be the
envy of either side of the Isth.
nmus will be on hand to make
hitting the ball just a bit diffi-
cult for the visitors.
Tommy Hughes fromAh.-Pow-
ells team broke even on the rea-
son. With poor support from hhl
team mates, Hughes still finish -
ed the season with a 4 and 4
record. Noel Gibson won 0 and
lost 2 while working most of the
game for Balboa Beer and would
undoubtedly have done a lot
better had the Brewers any oth-
er pitcher to give him an occa.
stonal rest. John Graham won 2
without a loss for Naval Station
and though he was tagged hard
during the series, he came back
in the final game to handcuff
Balboa Beer and Win for Navy
their first Atintc Twilight
League championship.
Add to this the fact that el-
ther of the three pitchers weak-
en the team's hitting power and
You have the reason why Atlan-
tic riders are optimistic over the
outcome of tonight's ga me.
Hughes batted .313, Graham .444,
though he had not enough times
at bat to be declared batting
champion, and tibson hit .25
and led the league In triples and
home runs.
The two contending managers
from the play-off series, Stuart
fool of Navy and Lldyd Alberga
from the Brewers. will do the
master dina in the tgame that
starts at 7:30 p.m. An admission
price of only 25 cents will be
charged for tonight's fray.
The sod game of the series
will be played at Balboa Sta-
dium tomorrow night.
Starting pitcher will probably
SWill Pretto for the Pacific
de A 1-Stars.

QESTION: Batter has twr
strikes on him and is take out o
the game for a pinchhitter. The
substitute then takes a third strike.
To whom is the strikeout charged?
Answer: It is charged to th-
eriinal batter. However. If tOr
pinch swhiger emiered the game
with ely me strike eO him, asen
woat dews m strikes, it is charged
to hiM.
Q. How many American League
hurlers won 20 games last year?
A. Por-Bob Lem ef evs-
land, Bb Pertesfield Washnuag
ta. Mel Parnell of Beest ad
Virgil Trueks of Chiage.
Q. Who holds the National
League record for the most total
bases in one seas?
A. Rogers Bersby, wta 45e.
4. Who was the youngest play.
er ever to participate in a World
A. Phil Cavarta was 1 years,
two maths aed 13 a~s eU I
he poear f tIa N Basm

Nlls Hafty Grayesm $EA s-rts
mlsini the leah ailer a aseMedi
er. (NA)

him to further distingush him-
self as a jet fighter pilot.
His knee apparently sound,
Rischi, down to an even 200
pound as against 219 a year.a0o,
IstalO'hU full alsx-foot stride
for thle first time since a cartil-
ae was bent back sliding into
Jim H Tan t Cleveland in 1950.
Fluid developed whef the eartil-
age was removed, and While Ras-
cbl won 21 gameeah in '0SO and
'51 and 16 in ', he did it with
a shortened stride. While he ex-
explains that X-ray treatments
finally healed the knee last Ju-
ly his winning total was reduc-
ed to 13.
But he now looks and throws
like the old Raschi insists he
hasn't been so healthy in iour
It was the -suspicious knee
that prompted General Mana-
ger George Weiss to se11 Raschi
as a means of whipping other
recalcitrant into, line.
"Itf Raschi felt so good," moans
Casey Stengel, "why didn't he
tell us about it?"

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B 6rbert moise
Richard Inna and his Powell
Garage Youngsters, currently in
a seond-plag tien the Rain-
bow.City Malor oftball League,
have accumulated the-best team
averages for scoring runs and
netting base hits at the exact
mild-poin In the schedule. The
youngsters Have scored 32 nrns
on 43 hit In six games whUch
Rlves them an average of five
runs and seven hits per game.
Their closest rival in this mid
season figuring are the Cervece-
rna Nacional who have accumu-
later 28 runs for only 33 hits.
This gives them an average five
runs which really is four with a
fraction larger than one-half,
and a 6-hit average.
The Harlem Sportera and the
Dark Millionaires are tied in so
far as the average run getting is
concerned but the Soorters have
accumulated a solid six-hit at-
tack for their first half season.
This Harlem "6" Is solid while
the Cervecerla Nacional's "6"
will tend to mislead In that this
figure Is again aided bY the frac-
tional nart as In their apparent
tie with Powell Garage in runs
How they stood at the midway
Runs Hits
Powell Garage ........ 32 43
Cervederia Nac. .....2. 8 33
Harlem Sporters ..... 5 37
Dark Millionaires .... 21 30
The above figures will defi-
nitely demonstrate how t h e
pitching in this league has been
the determining factor in the,
pennant-race, So far in league
play. there have been two shut-
outs, both by CN pitchers, and
four games ending with the los-
ers getting only one run. One of
the shutouts was an Agard 1-0
win over Powell Oarage.

Sports Shorties

- A record squad of 103 football
candidates turned out for the
opening session of spring grid
practice at Indiana.

facing last year outdrew base-
ball and football at- the gate.
The gee-gees brought 31,238.000
into their ovals while baseball
drew only 14,383,000. Football
drew a combined college-pro to-
tal of 15,280,000.

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?, 0trJeurY Ceiaman
att WIT S" a Ma

27 (NrA) There is some, con-
cern about Jerry Coleman's aer-
ial stunts over Korea having
taken some of the bounce out of
his second base acrobatics for
the Yankees. '
* Coleman, 29, Is called upon to
accomplish something only a
handful of ballplayers leave been:
asked to do-"com again," as
they say at the horse tracks, aft-
er a second hitch in the armed
Vic Raschi, now lucky to be,.a
Cardinal, is not among those
worried about Coleman, Thet
Springfield Rifle makes thel
somewhat astonishing statement
that Coleman for Billy Martin
improves the World Champions.
Everybody agreed that Martin
was a stand-up-and-chqer per-
former when he took full charge
of the World Series last fall, but
Raschi, the old pro, looks at a
ballplayer over a piece of
"Everybody speaks about the
great year Martin had," he a y.
"The truth is that it wasn't, so
extraordinary. His batting aver-
age was no more than .257. What
happened was that he closed
like Kid Oavilan in the last few
seconds of a round."
It is pointed out that Coleman,
13 pounds heavier than he was
when Martin took over for him
early in 1952, may have los.
some of his speed, but Raschi as-
sures Casey Stengel and his old
playmates that the Marine jet
pilot will come- around.
"Jerry is too good a competi-
tor not to," asserts Raschi. who
teamed with him to win three
world championships and with
Martin for two more.
"A stretch of years would
prove that Coleman is a better
infielder than Martin.
"He's superior to Martin mak-
Ing the double play.
"Hell field balls that Martin
wouldn't get his hands on.
"While Martin has a bit more
power, Coleman will hit the ball
safely oftener, as he demonstrat-
ed in 1950, when he batted .287."1
If a ball player ever richly de.
served to have a big year, It is
Jerry Coleman. The Marine hero
had hardly broken Into the'
chain when tapped for three
years of service with many mts-
sions in the south Pacific. Then
when he had fully established
himself as a major league star.!
the Marine air branch called on

24 Years in NatlM League2
Written for NEA Service

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The Philadelphia Athletic will
move to Los Angeles W icUe:
(1) Olobetrotter boas Abe Sap-
eratein owns a hunk of the Al;
(2) Saperstein is In oahoots with .
enterpreneur Bill Veeck: (3)
Veesk's current preoccupation is
investigating big league poual- ,
bilites r Los A s....
Turn-T the y bookfavor-
Ite for the Kentueky Derb was
on the open market for .M ,
as a yearling when the estate of '
hi original owner wai disposed
of.... But t's only big stable
like Harry Ouggenhelm's Cain l
Hey that sets a break like
that.... !!& Hr
After WUillie Shoemaker won a *
big stakes at Santa Anita this E /J B '
winter, a TV announcer gushed V
all over the little Jockey-"That [ .
was a great race ... must be a
big day in your life ... the fin'-
eat moment of your career. I
guess you'll really celebrate to-
night. What do you plan to do?"
..Answered silent Shoe: "Eat a O .T-w4
nice,, big dinner, I reckon." .." _\.
Eddie Arearo, trailing appren- Wlfie ShBn saker,
tiee Jock Gene Martin across the
finish line In a race at Gulf- Darling, a petroleum engine
stream Park, said. "You beat yet, may follow Clye Levekltq
me, kid." "I've been waiting nt pro basketball (at Retjl,
all my life to do It." yipped Mar- ter) because he's dilteiss
tin over his shoulder.... with his Job....
Newt Oliver's "Oromyko" at
Mumbles from Miami: Gl Kansas City Wasno more trbi-
Hodgesstill passes by strikes on lent than his reaction after
the oitslde corner.... Jackle Adlphi loss at Madison a ri '
Robinson and his ailing knees Oarden last Septe m ber....
may be lucky to start more than When he met us In the corridor
100 games this year.... Another and spouted. "Satisfled. Murray
Robinson, Eddie, is likely to open Now you can really pour it 0= US
the season at first for the Yanks po'r l'1 country boys ..,Where-
Yogi Berra's night adorn- upon he slammed the door ia
menards black and orange shin- the faces of a dosen writers.., -
guards.... Miami. which should
have gotten Triple-A baseball Golfng lass Barbara RouMa*g,
before Havana, was blocked by one of the prettier and better,
its Cuban owner, Jose Ale- learned mhe ipae by eaddylag
man ... for her father In. SastaefMte,
W Calif.... pool.... a ..
W eIterwl ght Del Flanagan As a Michigan State begin-
told us the only way to fight ner, Robin Roberts wasn't nd
Johnny Saxton is to bit him on enough to make a souther-
the break .. "Saton mauliln baseball jaunt.... Of course. h
makes you look bad because he's was a first-sacker then.... P1
s strongk.. l f e .. rate shortstop Dick Cole has the
Basket na finale: Bradley's wall Street Journal mailed to
Fordy Anderson Is ta hunch him in training so he can sast
choice to move to Stanford, his stock market reports.
alma matter, sand at a cut in al- Between you'n'me. the Glantf*
a Just like Pete Newell sac- have too many "Ifs" for 'heii
r,7ced $1500 to move from Mich-anumber of "buts"....
1gan State to California ... and ..
Bob Burnett quit at Stanford be-
caus he felt Newell would grab 25 YEARS FOR ENGEL
off all local hot-shots.... West
Virgini has a freshman marvel, CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (NEA)
Hot Rod Hundley. who may nev- Joe Engel celebrates his Ith
er play varsity ball.... Seems year as Buaseball Barnum this
Hot Rod Is allergic to goi ngto season with his Chhttoo
class .... I Lookouts of the Southern Alse,
Big Phillips Oiler center Chuck elation,


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'Recall Fr
ROME, Italy, March 27 (UP)-
Tnirty-four leftwing Italian sen-
ato today demanded the recall
of American Ambassador Clare
Boothe Luce on grounds she Is
Interfering in Italy's internal
S Mrs. Luce, who was in Paris.
tOld reporters she probably will
hAve "some comment" on the
demand for her recall when she
ftturns Ito her post in Rome
Monday. -.
The senators. Communists and
pro-Commtnist Socialists, plac-
ed their demand before the sec-
retariat of the Senate, address-
ed to Premier Mario Scelba and
Foreign Minister Attillo Picclo-
Government s source s said
there was no chance the gov-
ernment would bow to the
leftwing demands.
I;They termed it a 'typical Com-
munist maneuver" and a part of
She all-out campaign the Reds
ire waging against Scelbc, their
worn enemy.
The Senate will not meet a-
4gain until Tuesday and the gov-
ernment can delay its reply to
the demand almost indefinitely.
News of the recall demand ap-
leared in this afternoon's Com-
munist press as a part of a gen-
Arml leftwlng attack against the
arrival in Italy of Chancellor
Konrad Adenauer of West Ger-

Foreign Aid Chief

ussen Leaves

.O Urgent Mission
. WABHINGTON, March 27 -
WcT(P)-Forelgn aid chief Harold
., Stassen left today on an ur-
gent mission to London for
what may lead to a showdown
with Britain and France on
their desire to step up trade
, With the Communist world.
Stassen will meet with British
ad French officials in an effort
determine the extent of dif-
ferences among the Allies on the
thrny problem of East-West
trade. The conference will give
-tossen a chance to outline
,Wore clearly the US. position.
Iussia recently launched a
.anpalgn to entice Western
business and there have been
Son~itng Indications that Brit-
#I AI nd France want to take
Sfuller advantage of Iron Curtain
0tade. The United States is not
p- pared to go nearly so far as

- While this country has no ob-
FJetion to non-strategic trade
iitba Russia, it differs somewhat
. th the British and French on
lust what kind of items should
r% sent behind the Iron Curtain.
. Some diplomats here believe
sla is trying to drive a trade
wedge between the Allies in ad-
:vance of the April 26 Geneva
erence on Far Eastern prob-

1 they could, Secretary of
tate John Foster Dulles would
S* caught in a squeeze between
g political pressure at home
to tinue sfght controls on
iral ~trade and equally
resaure abroad to ease
* the restrictions.
tain and France, who are
r- bled by talk of a recession
ithi country, would like to
advantage of as much Iron
aifL business as possiblee
,i outf sacrificing Western de-
4ei goals.
1'BtUsh Prime Minister Win-
SChuri said recently he
i r "substantial relaxation"
radse controls with Com-
IUEist nations.
` e was echoed by French
nuance Minister Edgar Faure,
-o went so far as to say that
0Sw day the controls my be
|g1y. away with."


BW YORI, March 27 (UP)-
ret ty nightclub entertainer
Isaed to have her name
reallyy from Marianne
to "La ouitonlere."
at name to match
Jobshe said as she peU-
Rerme Court for the
f uame. "i've passed out
bou~'auleres a night for
Sfour rears."

jO. Ont, March 27
driVersaid today
prosecutors are get-
Baed. whiee taxi busl-
boomed simce a copper-
rush e&Alvened this
m te. orted
In t I n to
FjMI~ee "M es nfa
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're Luce's *

om Italy Pai

0 "Let the people
The 34 senators who signed
the demand did not specify TWENTY-NINTH 1EAR
how Mrs. Luee was "Interfer-
Ing" In Italy's affairs.
However, the pro Communist N
newspaper Passe Sera attacked
Mrs. Duce Thursday on grounds
she is pressing Scelba to ratify 1
the European army treaties.
It also attacked her for mak-
ng speeches critical of Italy's

Adenauer Confers Of SCC
With WASHINTON MPrem er arch 27. -
With Ex-Premier (UP) President Elsenhowei
today authorized a bigger gov-
Ailcde De Gasped ernment stock piling program
for metals and minerals.
The White House said the ac-
ROME. March 27 (UP) West tlon is based on the assumption
German Chancellor XKon rad "that in the event of an emer-
Adenauer. fighting a country- agency some supplies from do-
to-country battle for creation of mestic sources may not be a-
a European Army, drove into the available, in view of the fact thai
hills south of Rome today for a the Soviets now have the capa-
special private conference with bLlity of attack on. the United
former Italian Premier Alcide de States."
Gasperi. The President acted on the
Their meeting as the De Gas- basis of a preliminary study
peri's Alban Hills Villa near Cas- made by a special Cabinet min-
tel Gandolfo, where Pope Plus erals policy committee headed
XII has his summer residence, by Secretary of Interior ,Douglas
brought together two of the McKay.
foremost champions of a united The stockpiling porgram will
Europe. be carried out by the Office ol
Although De Gasperi was Defense Mobilization.
summarily bounced from his job ODM Chief Arthur S. Flem-
after last June's general elec- min said the move will involve
tions, he has pushed the letter- an increase in stockpiles from
day Premiers of his party to get domestic sources.
on with ratification of the Eu- The stockplling program will
ropean Army treaties, take Into consideration the fac
Spokesmen on both nations that, in event of war supplies.
have refused official comment will not be available from lfor-
on the talks which Adenauer eign sources except from a whichm-
had last night with Premier cited group of countries which
Mariolscelba, foreign Minister can be reached almost as easily
Attillo Piccloni and De Gasperi. as arts of the United States.
The latter was a key guest at a Feemming said th e one on
dinner given by Scelba for the conserm rable magnitude an
visiting German leader. cosderalemg federal ex
Informed diplomatic quarters involve additional thed resent
gave this picture of the talks: penditures over the present
Adenauer is eniphasizing on "minimum requirements" stock-
Italian leaders the urgent need pile program. I not esi-
to push for ratification of the Flemming would not est
European army treaties. Italy dte the additional cost.
and France are lagging on the He said the ODM Would O to
project. work immediately on a purchase
directive to the General Services
Administration and ending is-
Egyptian aine suance of this direcve in the
Re annexttwo to three weeks, he did
not want to estimate the cost or
S To Cl Indicate the 35 to 40 metals and
minerals which will be acquired
W o PIn the new program,
However, Flemming said the
program would call for more
CAIRO, Egypt, March 27 (UP)
-Health Minister Nureddin Tar -
raf said today Egypt's 13 civinana
cabinet members have resigned
to help clear the way for pax- ul s n
liamentaryrule. Dules Won' Seek
The announcement was made
as university students demon- *ndc a P
strated outside Republican pal- Indochina Peace
ace shouting, "we want Nagulb., Sat March 27 (UP)
we want Liberty." TOKYO, Sat., March 27 (UP)
President Mohammed Naguib's Communists China's.prop-
revolutionarv council decided to ganda radio said today oe
dissolve Itself yesterday, appar- possibility "simply does not
ently as a result of the disunity exist that Secretary of Stat
since the Egyptian "strongman" John Foster Dulles may want
ouster and restoration to power to negotiate in' an Indochina
When the civilian cabinet cease-fira at the forthcoming
members heard of the council's Geneva conference
dissolution, they resigned in a Radio Peiping Said Dulles "is
body last night, bent in blocking any possible
Lt. Col. Anwar El Sadat. a agreement at the Geneva con-
member of the dissolved coun- ferenc.Y" and is deliberately
ell, said the action of the revo- trying to shift responsibility
lutionarv grouo was a clear vie- for obstructive tactics to Red
tory for Naguib, who wants par- Chila
alimentary rule under civilian Dulles Indicated that to set
leadership.utl~e aggressive warin Indo-
"The council preferred to dis- hna the U. S. has been ex-
solve itself and hand over the tending aid In the form 'of
nation to the electorate rather"ne mater al In a ver
than maintain the catastrophic money andmaterialn a very
state of disunion," Sadat wrote prompt and effective manner.
In a semi-official newspaper the semi-offlcial voice of Red
Al Goumhouria said today China ald.
vice premier Oamal Abdel Nas- "The fct that Dulles nade
ser. who overthrew Nagulb and this war cry on the eve o the
then agreed to his return to GenIva conference in answer
power, is retiring from politics, to the demand of the French
but this report could not be con- people and the people of the
firmed from official sources, world for ending the Indo-
Reliable sources said it was china war shows that in the
expected martial law would be mind of Dulles the aim of re-
fted April 1 and all political storing peace in Indochina
prisoners awaiting trial would be through negotiations at Qenevp
released. does not exist."

RAM COUPLE Queel Ezabeth's personal chaplain,
Canmn Charles barle Raven. U, and his bride, Mrs. Ethel Paine
Moore, 80. leave Trinity Church after. their marriage at Bos-
ton's Back Ba..

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money than the 585 *million the "minimum objectives" of
dollars requested by President the present pngram.
Elsenhower for stockpiling in He said Mlese metals would
his new budget. be reviewed-against the needs
Preference will be given to of the stepped-up program.
newly-mined metals and min- Another %rt of the new pro-
erals of domestic origin, the gram called for the upgrading
White House said. and refinent of strategic and
Asked whether the govern- critical m ls and minerals now
ment had stockpiled enough stockpiled so they will be more
lead, zinc and tin, Flemming de- readily ugble in an emergency.
coined to say beyond the fact The W~ite House announce-
that "objectives" in these three anent said that while some for-
items had been reached under eign sources of strategic and

TOP-LEVEL OPINION President Eisenhower leftt, accom-
panied by press secretary James Hagerty, leaves the White House
for his news conference. How did he feel about the McCarthy-
Army dispute? Ike replied that no man should sit in Judgment
on his own case.

Conflicting Stories On Reds Show

'Somebody Is Lying' Rep. Jackson

-Rep. Donald L. Jackson (R-
Calif.) said today "somebody ls
lying" and called for a perjury
investigation in conflicting tes-
timony by a Congregational min-
ister and three avowed former
Jackson, chairman of a House
un-American activities subcom-
mittee, referred to testimony
Thursday by the three ex-Reds
that the Rev. John A. Hutchison
cooperated with C o m munist
Party leaders in Baltimore 19
years ago.
Hutchison. who now teaches
religion at Williams College,
denied the charges.
Jackson said he would recom-
mend that the case be turned
over to the Justice Department
for possible perjury prosecution.
He said "this is one of the clear-
est instances of which I have
any knowledge during my years
on the committee that somebody
is lying."
Jackson made the statement
as the subcommittee continued
its Investigation of Communist
infiltration of the clergy by call-
Ing Mrs. Mary Neff, previously
described as the party's educa-
tional director for Baltimore in
the mid-1930s.
Mrs. Neff, the former Mary
Himoff, refused, however, to
give her version of a disputed
conference at party headquar-
ters In Baltimore.
She Invoked. the. Fifth '-

Recalled RP Consul

General In Dublin

Due In NY Today
DUBLIN. March 27 (UP) -
Leopoldo Alguero. recalled Pana-
manian Consul General, leaves
today by air for New York on
his way home.
Alguero was recalled shortly
after a member of the Pana.-
manian Embassy in London, Rl-
cardo Ernesto Soto, was charg-
ed in Belfast with smuggling
60,000 dollars worth of watches.
The charge against Soto was
withdrawn because of diploma-
tic immunity and he returned to
Alguero said today he' was not
involved in the case although he
was with Soto when the watch-
es were discovered In his auto-
"Only for the unfavorable
publicity I would have asked to Dublin." Alguero said. "'I
was completely unaware there
was any uncustomed goods In
the car... I am still in the con-
sular service and expect a new
BMtoa o after e tum.

amendment to prevent being ',a
witness against myself."
Three ex-Communists, the Rev.
Joseph S. Novak, Earl C, Reno
and Leonard Patterson, testified
Thursday that Hutchison met
with party leaders at Baltimore
and took part in their pro-Red
Repo, former husband of Mrs.
Neff. said she was present at the
Mrs. Neff refused to answer
any questions other than that
she was born in Russia, now
lives in Chicago, and is a house-

Plane Turned Away

From Busy Airport

Crashes; 18 Killed
MONTERREY, Mexico, March
27 (UP) An airliner that was
turned away from landing at a
busy airport crashed today, kill-
ing all 18 persons. Including five
Americans, who were aboard.
The twin-engined Mexican air-
liner crashed Into 4,000 foot Cer-
ro de Fralle, apparently while
trying to relocate Monterrey air-
port 15 miles to the east in the
pre-dawn darkness.
The Aeronaves de Mexico plane
asked permission to land at the
airport Thursday night and was
ordered to wait a few minutes
while another airplane took o(f
The pilot, circled away and
three hours later, at 2 a.m., the
lane was seen to crash into the
The airline identified the A-
mericans as James McCormick
and his two sons. George and
Donald. of Amarillo. Tex.: Ben-
ton Former, a nephew of Mc-
Cormick who lived at Guthrle.
Okla.. and James A. Johnston of
New York. who was described as
an official of the Penoles Min-
Ing Co.
Indian runners reached the
site of the crash today and sign-
alled that all perished.
Among the Mexican passengers
believed to be aboard was Hec-
tor Saucedo. one of Mexico's
be-.i known young bullfighters.
The wreckage was located this
morning bv search planes near
the soot where 15 newsmen and
entertRinen were killed w hen
their DC3 crashed en route to
the Falcon Df dedication by
President ElsenhoWer last Octo-


criticklmaterials might be open
to this country time of war,
it is Impossible to predict ac-
curately just what areas these
would be.
"Under the circumstances,
therefore, the government has
decided to follow a policy which.
when consumated, will mean
that the risk of strategic and
critical metals and minerals be-
coming a 'bottleneck' will be
virtually eliminated," he White
House said.

Margarila Hosphal

Among CZ Buildings

To Be Demolished
The Margarita Hospital, con-
sisting of two wings connected
by two passageways, and the
old Gamboa Clubhouse on Gail-
lard Highway are two well-
known buildings included on a
list of more than 20 which are
to be sold and, demolished with-
in the next four months.
Bids for the demolition and
sale of the buildings are now be-
ing advertised by the Panama
Canal and will be opened at 10:-
30 a.m. April 5, in the office uf
the Superintendent of Store-
houses, Balboa.
The hospital at Margarita was
built more than ten years ago
and was operated as a hospital
for only a few years. Recently It
has served as headquarters for
the offices of various contrac-
tors constructing houses in that
The Gamboa clubhouse wasI
built about the same time that
the Dredging Division was mov-
ed from Paralso to its present
headquarters at Gamboa in
1986. It has been closed for sev-
eral years and the activities of
the clubhouse were to the adja-
cent theater building.
Other buildings included On
the list for sale and demolition
are the old U.S.-Rate bachelor
quarters on Balboa Road and
four local-ratq quarters located
near the Rounthouse in Balboa;
seven one story and two story
buildings located on Ancon
Boulevard. Gorgas Road and
Portobelo Street and seven quar-
ters In the local rate townslte of
Chagres in Gatun.


For Divorce:

She Tore Up Joe
WORCESTER, Mass., March
27 (UP)-Mrs. Philip Bondaruk,
a native of Poland, won a di-
vorce yesterday after testifying
that her Rusisan-born husband
struck her when she tore up a
photograph of Stalin he had
hung on the wall of their home
after World War II.

"TMRA'S SOM CATOW"!-except that expert fishermandsar-
ney orgeson, an active member of the Balboa Yacht Club froke
the handle of his pole jeterday at the opening of Hotel a Pan-
ama's Water Follies Show. Forgeson "caught" the first amr-
maid. Joe Anne Borrell during a mermaid contest, and walked
off with a case of liquor as the prize Highlights of yesterday's
show which was greeted enthuslasitcally by the audience, was
lifeguard Clint Osborne's spectacular flaming dive. Feminine
star of the show was blonde Jean Fitzsimmons, who gaiemed to
float through the water with the greatest of ease in a series of
water dances. And little Connie Sue Zemer, 6-year-old daughter
of swimming coach Bill Zemer of Balboa, walked away with the
Junior honors in a flower and silver Bikini. Loads of laughs were
provided by the six zany comedians whose wet horseplay had
the audience roaring. Almost professional precision and grace
%ere displayed by sixteen lovely aquabelles culled from the Ca-
nal Zone and Panama. Tonight the show will be repeated, as
well as the second part of the high diving chamionAship con.
test, and tomorrow afternoon, the contest will b concluded,
'beginning at 3 p.m.

Relics Of 'Yeilw Peril' Put

On Display At Library Museum
S -

An exhibit commemorating the
Goethals era of the Panama Ca-
nal construction and honoring
the ,Colonel" himself will be
placed on display this week end
I the Lltfra -mseum In the
cvil Aairs lding
In addition, a large mounted
picture of Colonel Goethals will
be displayed in each of the ]l-
brary branches.
The exhibit at the Civil Affairs
building is being shown In-con-
nection with the ooethals Mem-
orial Dedication Program. The
Caribbean Stamp Club and the
Diablo Heights Camera Club al-
so have Goethals exhibits in the
Civil Affairs building.
The Library-museum exhibit
includes, on the first floor, a
photograph and part of the
equipment from Colonel Goe-
thals' motor car, the "Yellow
These Include the brass eagle
radiator cap and the motor car
bell which was originally on the
old French crane, Alexandre La
Valley. The La Valley was the
first self-propelled craft to
transit the Panama Canal.

Right Of Way
(UIP)-Two drivers, a man and a
woman, caused a four block
traffic Jam yesterday when their
cars met bumper to bumper at
an Intersection and neither
would back Vp.
"When I got there," said po-
liceman J. E. Brown, "they'd
gotten back into their cars and
were screaming at each other."
Brown straightened out the
traffic tangle for ten blocks be-
hind each car and then ordered
Stella Faye Love, 23, and Charles
Arthur Looy, 31, into traffic
court Monday,

Construction day photographs i
and a few old maps are ported
on the bulletin board at the en-
trance to the Library and a sope
clal display of Goethals books
has been arranged inside.
Alse on the library exhibit
are papers of the Inea and
Chagres Societies and other
construction day clubs.
The Caribbean Stamp Club
exhibit, which sla butflaround
the Goethals era for the finrs
week of Its display, t In the flat
ghted case at the front of the
Library-Museum. Also in this
case is the Goethals. Memorial .
Volume from the library collec-
This display will be moved Up-
stairs when the Stamp Club ex.
hibit is changed about April 1.
The Camera Club exhibit, a
display of 22 photographs of the
Goethals Memorial, is on dis-
Play just to the left of the build-
ing entrance.

Jap Atom Dusting

Flown Tokyo

TOKYO, March 27 (UP)-Vie-
Ums of the accidental "atom
dusting" of a Japanese flshing
boat were to be flown to Tok '
today for further treatment and
examination' b experts who
cared for survivors o the Ho-
shima aomic bomb.
Twenty-one of the fishermen
were being transferred from the
port city of Yaesu to Tokyo Uni-
versity Hospital where two burn-
ed seamen already have been re-
ceiving treatment
The Diet voted to pt the mn
in the h tal nd. o to e
compensation f4r' al ARM
Ipnurred by the etew of teh
PFkuryu Mart wa Ih w
into an Amirn atom
range March 1.
government asm e aIda
they would e4p*0 s m
compensation fro ase nlte4,
SWates Iestad f etiat V-04
eah of the 1 3aMl s epaamte
ly. Foreign MIbsr Katfs
Okaiak sami Japan wante the
vietius repaid legardl es e
whether they wee inside e
outside the danger sMa at th
time of the expleWua.
Okazaki also sal his govern-
ment should operate in not
disclosing any of the atomlo a
crets it might discWer in
Inning dust partletron the
He said efforts hbold be
to keep all Mfatio
failingg lnto thwh
third party," preumably
ring to the Soviet ssion
Meanwhile. Dr. h rr
bud of the U.. Ateic
immslsion, returned
Iawtilgation of .ves
1W but said .-
not be r L J
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