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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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,y for the propulson of
smtps. CAIRO, Egypt, March 27 (UP) T1 umtable
nderrnd ret from thea nigh when t e 12-man revolutionary council de-
Sovet zone, s asovet uen- President Mohammed Naguib as n instmt
Sit d v aboratoui nd versive elements, leavingOe the fate of his
contraung on stomi research "the people of. Egypt."
with, an eye on atomic sace Wrangling and unrest took hold 'of the neoie
So. rue0uS a not: Maj. Amin Shaker, spokesman for the pclclt,
Uer a er sres. the existence of a grave dispute between Ai
tedtGman cen- comrades in arms who put h in power.
t. co Ioviet Shaker, after firmly declaring that he .
Spuie MIs .W construc- for the revolutionary council, told a press
ton hear the esctaof the council's head quarters on Guirah .ed
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,to noDThfeu.irtrreh- fo tby. March PeUpmlnd Uaithe Paee lar et beh AmA!unlauengl a _, whe beitsc. w therdi
A, rne h the Amen a eboy is ,t the eo neond ga e a atilo i
aid1 t0 adout. Instead the govern- Re anmorano, scored motbe_ no por e
te Vtcitizen- krealt aeionil supos last nig o
th nathlyronnheE b of oreria ,E idnoug GEEVAh N.l Ywd --(UP)-u Fruit
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.Ind tl e g rlnglouety courthouse, decided to aove Prof. GeOre L. Slate rue a dteo frb t he dirs le Itrde tla s t h.l eeI
S i 'In vidual" moral respensi- Serafin, compose r Napoil. librel- his Ann e recorded utI"br at the New York state to he helstion.
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o dancee program, a leture-da an eusanl audene, whc chance M clerk recorded the dis-n the winter. The utlnt s should savit utn, a ebe e o Ost t hehaew.
l o society as well i charge ., s tW s honorably di-be mistand e undl e.c 1 spring a tv owaybset upOscaetsrhscag h
imbu oanl "on7 tn Morals for the s emerinclue of the foreign an char ed July 20, 1313. He's been btow planting, only one variety of councilors will be elected front thie chdren pay less interestingpeat the gestur*
Me lliae.rtsafry Woman" wae weloma colony statio el Hed ntworkingt oh the floor below theelderbe rry, A r oagm ts, nas t Deen a many consttuenctes In the games. Schwartzma. -"
lAep conducted rt l for WAfh h rmcthr s he ,aneay cler's dom for l yea hrsamed tt nd terrdiatoa ry, three will be nomina-e
',uia nceprgraar repeated lytothe.lppbf ted be the governor sdato three
T, tich an y e u 'redtedis.n thewtsh ol ci uonwll be gn t of ica s
notre en"andMorlso oregand dJ oyT houn the National Party,-ythe Pro-lI


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1-uiedbhad they been atonam g r e-.i 5now in progress here ino lled
"thM'iomatic olto& T ahed flo oIrbelothele r rn A dam o end Ga temalan a neniethborn ge.
oWpfWla n UUUWeswows po ears a W country which wants to recoveria
-C A lk fte'r t he fi-year-old dog wr aid h was told at the r s, part of Guatemala unU
St born when t mother ws killed pound that a fine hd to be 5, when Itw ceded to Bfl-
per1 .-3-14 r fa th eJ3 4r "1n uhyo w. p aid before J1gg would be fl- uagi.
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wsibie J the masS escape and the moBey He rTushed home and tion probably will be disclosed
te m .,,. said ice 'Vet Just sliqpuerd OUt" asked hIs mother, Mrs. W. J. Me- just before te election.
thlando" in bn armr but I n Mcfowanlenplained Now
they weenthss" rjnow.irainsre ths mh- erit's Official
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-Crilyle Benson (Soy GUekenhaus) says "So long, louseto.


Rodney Bevan (Geoffrey Russell) explains to Susie (Penny
Boyles) Just why he had to break Into the movies.


Carlyle Benason (Roy Glichenhaus) and Bobby Law (Phil
Sanders) tell Susie (Penny Boyles) that her baby is going
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Things will begin to happen in
the theatre Guild Playhouse back
of the Ancon Laundry Tuesday
night at 8:30.
", That's where and when the cur-
Stain will go up on one of the most
hilarious ao=mdles ever to be pre-
S send to the Isthmus. ella DO and
ISam Spewack's "Boy Meet Girl,"
a crushig satire on o ood,
which wil run through Saturday,
L^ April 2.
Assembled on the stage will be
one of the greatest collections of
s.rewballs ever seen, for these
arc the people who run the movie
',' 1 industry-or so the authors seem
to think.
In this play of movie life, there's
just about everythingg but the
sound stages& There will be stars,
agents, writers,. producers all
scramoling to do what they can
to add to their own fortunes.


To play this ade farce, one
of the *lesta casts ever ought
together locally has been ces-
ean. Several "veterans" of the
local stage, as well as several
outstanding, will be seeoma.
Amos tlhe veterans are:
Roy Glsekenhaut who will be
remembered for his performances
in "Two Blind Mice," "Laura,"
"Harvey," "oern Yesterday" and
"Skylard."
oynthia Matthews, last seen in
"Skylark."
And Len Worcestpr, Who has
played in several productions,

The romanUc interest In "Boy
Meets Girl" is handled by two
newcomers to the thmian stage.
The girl in queatia Is o Penny
Boyles, who while W to local
audiences, has had plenty of ex-
perience in the State nd Cuba.
The boy isa Geofey. Basell,
who has much e pe L the
London stage and asl o adio
Luxemnbourg.
In addtUon, there is Ceil Hods-
es who plays the. .ro ofe mo.
vie cQwbpy. .Amqpg other 'i.duc-
tions be rppeanuih befto "'Boy
station of 'The owe"-. :,
These people and aaa' others
Sassure audiences oef ia ; Aeve-
,nng in the Theatre u, l .ork-
shop. *
o-eTboq *,SSLy .L has
noaun e i Iee, lat** any
go"4 play It is m4 4" ally
a boy and girl play, but rather
movie industry and the people
who Infest that form of enter-
tainment.
INTERESTING SIDELIGHTS


The Theatre Guild needed a
composer for its latest production,
so, always looking for authentici-


Writiae fe NBA I
"My mother has con
a canasta problem and
accept my Answer until
your answer," writes a
correspondent.
"Te pack is fromen i
of three tens and. two
la down for player A. '


Larry Toms (Cecil Hodges) Invites Susie (Penny Boyles) to his ranch with chaperos, of eCors


From left to right Larry Toms (Ceeil Hodged), C. F. '(14 Worce
Maithews) in conference about their next


ty, they obtained the services of play, and sings Salo's master.
one of Panama's leading compos- piece.
ers, Salo Eidelman, who will be
remembered for his excellent The Spewack race also called
score for the musical. "Pretty for an announcer, so it seemed on-
Lady." Salo has written an hilari- ly natural to get one of Panama's
ous song for "Boy Meets Girl," leading announcers, Dave Consta-
which is one of the highlights of ble. Eidelman, Constable and Dia-
the play. mond are all making their stage
debuts.
Walt Diamond, who Is Mr. Ei- Certain costumes have been ob-
delman's song-writing partner in tained from a stateside theatrical
real life, is also his partner in the costume house, but it would be un-


ster) and M isirews (Cynthia
picture.

fair to divulge just what their
function is. Suffice it to say that
they add their share of laughs.
"Boy Meets Girl" has been co-
directed by jen Worcester and
Adela Bettis. Mrs. Bettis will be
remembered for her notable pro-
duction of "Over 21" last year.
Instead of the usual 8:00 p.m.
curtain, "Boy Meets Girl" will
start at 8:30.
(Photos by Rene)


another. (They all agreed on the
mrximum of three wild cards.)
"I. asked what they would haev
done If there were five naturals
down. The same thing!l Not allowed
to take I have played so mahy
'crazy' rules, that my mother re-
fuses to. accept my answer-only
yours.
"Just for the record-the ladies
who had this argument are all over
SO! My mother is 0, and the
baby!"
We are so used to being mis-
quoted that it doesn't really bother
us at all. No printed rules any-
where in any book ever said that it
takes precisely seven and only sev-
en cards to make a canasta. No
canasta authority to our knowl-
ed"-', ever said in speech or in
.*...'*, tb *t it is incorrect to make
a canasta that contains eight cards.
The play that was atemped was
pretty tgt. Player A had the
make th canasta even though it
then contahned eight cards.
It is quite true, however, that cer-
tain peopr follow their own local
rules limits a canasta to Sv-
en car' exactly. If everybody


have a perfect r
i their own r les
do so. (But wb
9 their own rui
quote us
for those rules.)


SIt's very Interesating to hea of
the ago of these players, but h tis
Aj is probably far from a record: In
N our experience, the older yoe 4ut
Whr more enjoyment you detive
__ from playing games.


" IT'S AN. OLD Japanese custom for storekeepei to give gifts to their favorite customers.
Sfavorite glt Is a .huge Japanese towel. These Japane. towlmare hpangin out9jotry,


LIGBT.FOOTED W
Heurtematte School
for their annul pal be gIen next ia
toabs a ahchant ooi under te auaplef
of Fore Wars. A Ntar eo
Amalla CartllaY and An reltth
YVeronlca, I e*hMbptt, a d Tania


FOUR GRACEFUL DANCERS are Tomara Leon, Gloria Toledano,
Andrea Whitaker and Nilda Charris.
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in Room 04 of the Jun-
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edltural areas will be on display
and will Include objects from
the Aztec. Maya. Code and In-
ca civilizations.
The public Is Invited to the
lecture.


H iwnet & DuhWn's
SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY
OFFER.
April 1 to April 15 ONLY
4 Private dance lemons $9.
Teenagers 10 hour course $9.
Register now by call.
Balboa 2-4230 before f p.m.
and after 3 p.m. call Panama
3-160. Studio ,-otel El
Panama.


'that fiihi m not
asta Is played with
e and six jkersm like
The melds are much the
as in standard (two-pack)
istin qf naural and
tas. Tere ar no s
the a*y -de. or nm-
a re iau o bf wild
d anpasla ,of wild cards
OR you rM t a bonus of
R o a dix Jokers anda
eu, o, o Ige,'a .-bonus ct
tu 'da" two caml
'o e ace a your
to grow larger as the
In ord -tomel out, your side
needs two canastas, at least one
of which must be a natural ca.-
nastf.
The diard piles considered
frozen at a te. This means
that you always need a natural
matching pair to pick up the pre,
vious discard. For this reason
their l very little advantage in
discarding a wild card; but if yoy
do, the net player cannot pick it
p even if e has tw matching
wild cards.
The game is 7000 points. Mini-
mum melds are the same as in
regular canasta.
Some of the players who play
this me give unusual bonuses
for a six red three, for a nat-
ural canasta of aces, and for meld-
ing ou In my opinion there is no
need to clutter up the game with
weird bonuses. Just use the stan-
dard bonbhes for melding out, for
( 0 points for al six).
The game Is quite entertaining
for those who like the excitement
of high scores without sequences.
You keep your and arrAged by
~,~~a-;rip the originqlgame of
Yais, as ,est piayora d when
Igeraay.,ambt oin ivia
SloW try the gname Italian
caaisht,' avoid sing wild cards in
the early stages of a hand. If you
have a good hand, you will need
your wild cards to make a canasta
of deuces or jokers. If you have a
bad hand, you will need one natur-
al canasta (at least) to meld out,
and it will pay to hold your wild
cards until you find out which
meld can be made into a natural
canasta.
Mr. Jacoby is unable to answer
individual questions on Canasta
from readers. However, he will in-
clude the most frequently asked
questions in his column.


LVEIR TONIC
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Ireth. dlmidnim bllouaneo and
iklm blmbloesh set HIGALON
(rem your %6lemit today.
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12:30-The Salt Lake Tabsrnac
- l:0o calling Archie (0BC)
1:30-Rev. Albert Steer
2:00-The Drama and Sympho
nv Hour
4:30-What's Your Favorite
6:00-Guest Star
6:15-Light for Living
64Q0-The Oay Paris Music Hal
(RDF)
7:00-Masterworks frori Franci
(RDF)
7:30-A Nation at Worshi
(VOA)
8:00-Mler Malesty's TheaLte
9:00-V m"=ERALD OF TRUTH
(The Cburcheof Christ
9:30-Oreat Expectiaos (BBC
10:00-Toi omy Nufie and tai
Orthestra
10:30-Miracles
10:45-Atymn History
11:00-Sign Off


Monday, Marn cbW
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8:00--Sign On The Alaxn
Clock Club
7:0-.-News
V7l5-The Alarm Clock Oih
tcontd.)
.7-J0-Morning Salon
8:15-pMorning Varieties
8:3-Muslcal Reveille.
9:00-News
9:15-Come and Get It
B930-Ak I See It
10:90-News
10:05-Off the Record
11:00-News
11;05-Of the Record (contd.)
11:30-Meet the Band
12:00-News
P.M.
12:05-Luncheoi Mudle
12:30,-Popular Music
1:00-News
1:15-Personality Parade
1:45-Lum and Abner
2:00-The Milt Herth Trio
2:15-It's Time to Dance
2:30-Afternoon Melodies
2:45-Battle of the Bands
3:00-The L4ttlo Concert Hall
3:15-The. Little Show
3:30-Music for Monday
4:00-Feature Review
4:30-What's Your Favorite
5:30-News '
5:35-What's Your Favorite
(contd )
8:00--Shirley Abicair (BBC)
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW
6:30--The Record Shop
7:00-NEc7AIFE ORGAN MEL
ODi tF
7:15-The Jack Smith Show
(VOA)
7:N0--Report from the U.S.A.
(VOA)
8:00-The Platter Parade
8:45-Tl e Highlights of Last
Week's News
9:00-Jazz Club. U.S.A. (VOA)
9:30-The Weird Circle
IQ:00--The World at your Win-
dow
11:00--The Owl a Neat
12:00--N-ws--Sln Off
Tuesday, March SO
A.M.
600 Sign On The Alarm
Clock Club
7:00-News
7:05--The Alarp Clock Jlub
(contd.)
7:30-Morning Salon
8:15-Morning Varieties
8:30-Music Makers
8:45-Hawaiian Harmonies
9:00-News
9:15-Sacred Heart Program
9:30-As I See It
10:00-JEN LFER JOUR NA!
(Cuti-x & Odoronoj
10:05-Off the Record
11:00-News
11:05-Off the Record (contd)
'1:20-Meet the Band
12:00 -News
P.M.
":05- Luncheon Music
12:30-Popular Music
1:00-News
1 :15-Personality Parade
1:45-Lum and Abner
2:00-A Call from Les Paul
2:15-A Date for Dancing
2:30-4Spirit of the Vikifn
2:45-Battle of the Bands
3:00-.The Jttle concert Hall
3:15--The Utle Show
3:30-Music for Tuesday
4:00--FePtMre Review
4:30-What' Your Favorite
5:30-Nmw
5:35-WhatTs Your Favorite
(contd.)
6:00-The Band of America
(VOA) .
:15-TH E BLUE RIBBON
SPORTS REVIEW
6:30--Ha~Aul aoils
7:00-.NEP'AF3 ORGAN MEL-
7:15-TV CHRMSTIAN SCI-
3NVaS PROGRAM
7:30-Report from the U..A
(VOA)
8:00--The Joke Box Review
9:00-13e COavlcad Of Ama'-
lee (VOA)
1:30-Muskial Amerieana (VOA)
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2 a 11:-Mee the Band
12N54cie Muatd IP.aL
12:0-Poular Mude 1:30fPopular Musice
lM-.New 1:00.-News
1:1-Pesonalty Parade 1:1.Paonallfy Parade
2:45-Lum ana Abner 1: -Lubm and Abner -
- 2:00-Three Quarter Time 200-Rhythm und Reason
2:16-It's Time to Dance 2:1S-Bongs of France (RDF)
2:30-Afternoon Melodies 2:30-Afternoon Melodies
2:45-Battle of thd Bands 2:45-Battle of the Bands *
3:00-The 'Jttle Concert Hall 3:00-The LIttlq Concert Hall
1 3:15-The Litthe Show 3:15-The Little Show
3:30-Musie for Wednesday 3:3-Muste for Friday
* 4:00-Feature Review 4:060-Fature Review
4:30-What's Your Favorite 4:30-bWhat's Your Fatvdte
p 5:30-News 65:2-NeW.
5-35--What's Your Favorite 5:35-What'a Your Favorite
r (contd.) (ontd.)
6:00-The ratst Men in *he 6:00-J4m fMesamo (VOA)
Moon (BBC) 6:15- 41 1J13BBON SPORTS
) 6:15-,BLUB RIBBON SPORTS RA8VfW
REV=IW 6:30-Th- Arecoid Shop
9 6:30-The Record Shop 7:00-NEBCAFB ORGAN ML-
7:00-NEWAFB OROAN MEL- OD..A6
ODIaW 7:15-Radio Varieties US.A.
7:15-The Jo Stafford Show 7:30-Report from tae JU.SA.
(VOA) (VGA)
IA0-Roport from the U. & A. 8:00-.Th2 Platter Parade
(VOA) -8. 8:30-The BUi Crosby Show
8:00-The Juke Box Review (VOA)
S 9:06--o Name (IBC)
I:46-Commeantry, on World 9:30-Yor.Playhoose of Favor-
News '
:00-The auind*u flour 10:00-,Andon studio Recitals
9:p0-Pau: 'Temple and the (BBC)
1 Mad ater (BBCI 10.30--JTh Adventures of PC 49
1;oe Ola 'sttr (VOA) '-,
l:o-0News Sign iOff i:66&-I
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6:00-Sign On The Alarm -
Clock Club aturay. Apo I
7:00-News ALM.
7:05-The Alarm Clock Club 6:00-S-Ba On The Alarm
(contd.) ClockQlub
7:30-Morning Varieties 7:*0-Nwo
8:45-,om'ngr I arletle 7:05-The Alarm Cloak Club
8:13-4haulo Make rsontd.)
8:45-Jerry Sears Presents 7:30-t- Jas Salon
9:00-News 8: 1- ctly Instrumental
9:15--acred Heart Program 8:30-BBC feature
9:30-As I See It 9:00-News
10:00-News 8:15--Glad to ikeet You
9:30-As I See It
10:05-Off the Record 10:1)0-News
11:00-News 10:05-Off the Record
11:05-Off the Record (contd.) 11:00-News
11:30-Meet the Band
12:00-News 11:05-Off the Record (contd.)
P.M. 11:30-Meet the Band
12:05-Luncheon Music 12:00-News
12:30-Popular Music P.M.
1:00-News 12:05-New Tune Time
1:15-Personality Parade 12:30-Popular Music
1:45-Lum and Abner 1:00-News
1:15-Personality Parade
2:00-A Call from Lea Paul 1:45-The Davia Rose Show
2:15-A Date for Dancing 2:00-Through the Sports Olass
2:30-The American Journal 2:15-A Date for Dancing
(VOA) 2:30-Afternoon Melodies
2:45-Battle of the Bands
?:00--The-Little Concert Hall 2:45-Battle of the Bands
3:15-The Little Show 3:00-MiLsic for Saturday
3:30--Moalc for Thursday 3:30-A Meeting of the Minds
3:45-The Little Show
4:00-Feature Review 4:00-Feature Review
4:30-What's Your Favorite
4:30-What's Your Favorite 5:30-News
5:30-News 5:35-What's Your F a v orite
5:35-What's Your Favorite (contd.)
(cont'd) 6:00-Leat we Forget
6:00-.Frepeh in the Air (RDF) 6:15-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
6:15-BLU3 RIBBON SPORTS REVIEW
REVIEW 6:30-Much Binding (BBC)
6:30-The Bell Telephone Hour 7':00-NESSCAFP ORGAN MEL-
7:00-NEWCAFt ORGAN MEL- OIZ/-
O .W0 S 7:15--Hre Comes Louis Jordan
7:15-The VOA Stamp Club 7:30-Report itrm the U.S.A
('VOA)
7:30-Report from the U. S. A. :00-Paris Star Time (RDF)
(VOA) 8:30-Ray's a Laugh (BBC)
8:45-Commentary on World
News 9:00-THE PHILIPS HIT PA-
9:00-Elizabeth an Theater RAI.E
(BBC) 9:SO-The* Saturday Night Juke
Box Club
9:30-The Reith Le cturera 10:00oo-Tumy N nez and his
(BBC) Orchestra
10:00-T-mmy WNfiTea' and his 10:30--Symphony Hall, USA'
Orchestra (VO'
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A eenraelp pried cmbnation coach-bed treunerm a eild-
!s dress lnt s "partm ent" for this yW bo Imemw kor.
to-be. Privcy and a selse of Independen x ar Jut (wo of the
dvanagoe of an "apartment" of this sort.

BY KAY SHERWOOD
NEA Staff Writer

A -one-room "apartment" under. The mellow tones of the waliu.
the family roof has practical as finish team well with other wood
welt as psychological advantages finishes. New tables in a selection
Iortthe young working girl who of tyles have been created to
It' cs at home. mat'h the couch,' Slender walnut
If she has her Lights .et on a legs tinped with. brass support
tfuire career as homemaker (and square, rectangular or round tops,
inn:.t girls I know dd) she can some with glass inserts.
devqlop her housekeeping skills
and create a nucleus of furnish- Flecks of eooer in the cover
wings for a futur home. suggest accent colors for a
room.
--ch an "apartment" also. af-


her the privacy to entertain
friends and some indepen-
ence from family routine.
'Ibis is a privilege which most
young women fed they're en-
fitled to when they are growmap
M __ lJd dan anll.time


Turquoise. for example, or te-
rra cotta, can be repeated in
.small toss pillows, in a slip cover
for an old boudoir chair add In
cafe curtains which a girl can
stiqh hersap, -Tsp held the view
of dressing ;ibl clutterr, an inex-
noni, foldina ee Pwn e ilisvaiubl


These clothes designed in Dallas, reflect the atmosphere of the
Southwest. Patio separates (left) combine rhumba blouse with
full, four-Son skirt that has screen print of Mexican hats In
beige and black. Imported cotton is used for trim business suit


E 1 au w,, ......... I. ....... P .. S ............. BY GAILE DUGAS and printed driuties, tissue chain-
You may prefer to streamline NEA Woman's Editor brays and t i s s u e ginghms.
Probably the sitieplt way to existing bedroom furniture to con- There's a strong liking for tex-
Pre an "apartment" is to re- rxistng bthe more tailored ao ear- DALLAS-N'-( NA)--ot t o n is turd cottons designed for both
ampthere obedroomtmerve a dualnce of a sto henore tailored ap er-, king here In tne southwest and, town and travel. These include
purpose. a ance f a s. room Thaide -and prreo- therefore nearly all the fashions some Swiss and Italian imports
ote the Ida new, light-scaled liable mattress on a box-spring' now being shown here are in cot- as well as pique. honan. faille and
nature which is modestly priced base can be spruced up with a ton. This means maiy c o t t o n the cotton satins, pimas and pop-
o fit modest pay checks and well new slip-cover spread and chunky j prints, a number of these cut with lins.
designed It give .\cars of pleasure. bolsters and pillows used to build lull, swinging skirts.
Young, homemakers-fto-be with up the back. Screen prints are well liked ma-
hbo Irve talked are most inter- p Sheers have far more impor ny of them appearing in full sairls
ted in contemporary designs In Old tables are.-quickly rejuven- tance than they had last 3ear. A black-and-white print skirt will
he mellow-toned wood, finishes ated tl h int, or, if the wood i with emphasis on voiles, striped!
that blend well in many back- worth mt-er uiprL strip the old
grrr,nds. scarred Me b1 refinish to play
up'Wthe a- tones of the wood.
Though combination sofa-beds P wi th ne Awod
lre avatlble in a great variety ofj D1tpla the old Teddy bears 0M /1 A a
atylt and prices, one particular- and the accumulated mementoes nn e'n
Is f suted for the pur 1 ildhood years with Innw. M o rni VPeetingi ,re M )
think. is a tailored studio couch pensive prints, one-or two figur-
covered in charcoal-and-w i ite lines or a tea set.
tweal flecked with bright colors. If 1 you're on a committee and round a able in the kitchen gets
lampsBe onwhich l the lookout or table ha.d with the rannnihilitv .pi us into the conference mood more'


The base Is of medium-toned
Wlbpt Mt on blib, slender,
braess-lpd legs which avoids a
bB look la a small room.


lamps which will fit the new decor
and give you good light for read-
ing, knitting or conversation.


I All o: your purchases should be
The tweed covers and excellent made with an eye to the future. If
mattress. Bolsters braced by the the pay check permits, the addi-
frame's back are. deep enough to tion of a telephone in your balli-
mn"'I the couch equally comfort- wick will be a pleasure for you
abas for sitting. an' for your family.


Vigorous Bohemian Soup

Is Economical Main Dish
B. GAYNOR MADDOX
NMA Food and Markets Editor

No wiee's a vigorous soup. It remaining Ingredients. Heat to
40= t from Mrs. Marie Cihak of serving temperature.
siow York. She remembers it be-1
itg-served on her family's farm Sauerkraut, Frankfurter and
b l Bohemia. It's a hearty, flavor- Bean Stew
tfo and economical mai dish. (Makes 6-8 servings)
r ad One half pound dried navy
Frankfurters beans, 1. quarts hut water, 4
'(Makes 2 quarts) slices bacon. diced: eup diced
Scarrotv. 2 medium-sized onions.,
One No. 2 c-n sauerkraut. 3 me- coarsely chopped. 1 No. 14 can
-tsited potatoes, pared and sauerkraut 3 tablespoons ohili
1 cup chopped onions, I bay sauce, 3 tablespoons brown sugar,
loaf, 3 tablespoons butter or mar- stilt and pepper to taste, 8 frank
Sa.n, l cup light cream, 5 cups furters. cut in short lengths.
* 6, frankfurters, seed. Combine beans, hot water and
Cut sauerkraut into sIhor I bacon: cook, covered, I hour. Add
legtths. Combine with potatoes, carrots, onions, sauerkraut, chili
anions, bay leaf and butter or mar- sauce' and brown sugar: cover and
Shrine: covn and cook over me-. continue cooking l1-a hours Add
Siam heit, stirring occasionally, salt and pepper and frankfurters;
until vegetables are tender. Add cook 15 minutes longer.


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Cauftion


1ot teen-agers take tosmetion won.an. The teen-ager, in particu-
a their stride. But when it comes lar. should not experiment with
> yebeow plucking, many react. exotic modes.
tr violently. The best plan to follow in tweez-
alose freeze at the thought of ing the brows is to remove the
rW s and allow their rows toj hair that grows'over the bridge of
* lbr uruly way. seem the -oe and the few stralen
Sa their pluckIn. that low o the lids. No4a=
Itatke ma aq kr spe- ever twee the upper sides
to earto use tweeers atof the brows.
M We brows veil Employl The girl who is tinmi about
sadii patince yoeu tm. tween'caln be assured that she
li" lanr to pluck your will sot run into trouble if sheb
s. orks- slowly. plucklng only in
Mth o e-tweming titaoe am moitoenad.
elil lse that her And, ashe is aftraid of disturb-
.Be tiJ y to lokI atj1laSM ive skim. es pepao e
a i n then Ibm su. t= h tandvi


roun ing ip the members fpr a rapidly.
meetlpg, consider the virtues of a
kitchen table conference. To expedite' the meeting, put
a sharpened pencil and a pad of
One characteristic of women's paper at each place. This saves
comi diltees Is the difficulty of a-! running around later to hunt up
agreeing on a meeting time. i these essentials.
You know how it goes: Mrs Ycur table can look pleasant and
Smith'can't come Thursday after. inmitihg without efitailing a lengthy
noon; Mrs. Jones can't make it post-meelmng cleanup Decorativt
Wednesday: Mrs. Johnson's church pa. er plates and napkins are all
circle always ineets on Tuesday yvbu need for the rools. Cups and
afternoon, Mrs. Sparks is expect. saucers can be wasned in a min-
ing her bridge club for dessert ute.
Monday. f little children or babies are,
Inecesarr guests, plan for them
So you spend several hours on A bushel base' lull of old toys.
the teleiolhme arranging a mu- pans, dolls and blocks will keep
tualy agreeable time. toddler l usy pulling out the con-
I ten:s. An old play pen with a clean
Perhaps that explains the in- pad can be a real boon to corral a
creasing popularity of morning creeper.
meetings-with me at any rate
Older children are in school. The It take-, only a lew minutes to
morning rarely conflicts w it h put breakable ornaments out of
lucnbeqn engagements or afternoon reach and to block open stairways
clue work. Everyone is fresher and eith chairs. This Utuughtfulnessh
willing to get to the business at will put an anxious mother at her
hand without lingering too long or caws far more effectively t h a n
lovingly over a choice bit of go-. vague asurances that --he can't
sip. l hurt aii8thing."
As hostess, you can limit morn. Juice or nilk served up in pa
ing refreshments to a fragrant cup 'per cup--andt crackers put within
of whatever you have on hand and rtjhli-%\ll keep the little ones oc-
a roll r cookie I've learned that cupied while the committee niukei
gathering the ladies together a- its plans and plots its procedures


Double-Decker--
The next time you buy beds for the rchiedm, remember - t liUtt
l TThe one shown above is equipped with a remo.,'; L-.!e
b M board to prevent falling. Nile eV t plUs, wish c tu
;AM -


-Wreters luw ,ll Ioude ,lpft) a Me .nd 2 -4i
quit that tired rpople can, t.e Joo o =3 e
BY FLORENCE twrrTEN
NEA Staff Writa

NEW YORK (NEA) To A. 'The`jobstLh InMafiddlrmy6
merieans ,there is nothing strange 'mos found to be *ruet' of
in thinking of 35-year-old Red But. both money an, stlae foreual
tons as a "kid." We are ;. nation from photogra .lhng .oe eas
that's bent on living youthfully and making lpaw .u..6 of
longer. them to rasinge t-*d '
So 'it's quite a shock to learn The book $ y.-fcu atli gges-
that jobs are getting harder for lions bn ho t iet ltart oae 8a
older people to get and to hold. homeseving bdimIes., ui
Many firms have reduced their tutoring. It thlh bet' .to t
S enter) with ued tulde ie tan 'be retirement age from 70 to 65 and homemadplae pPmrplO l ad .lts
wienter) wa h n rounded blacke lp Te are lott e of black c ve s i2 verphbad," g ARl thht
Stand-up collar is In Irish linen. Mix-thn w en 2,. AAstes usaeenptd t's ade illmiqet* flg- t
mch- Help wanted ads are spegifying will give one tADflto Vet
pique are afuleiall deftinfor the expectanrt motB arc ave, "under 35' f or "must. fe yen ar tarted. 9*
rack trim in contrasting color. There's a skirt to caompte this trio. more ndrequently today th be youn ttd.
bfore freqiuentl bodhaets toing mBuyt e needE" at
previous years. But the authors stronulyr ftel
be paired with a top In a solid Built-in bras are used for the This series of bombshells was that manY Pen need IesWal
color, such as black. straless or hqlte'rto ps,mot of released by Maxwell Lehman and guidance when tSey. a'a-fore. ut
Squaw dresses and skirts are so these shown with brief jackets. Morton Yarmnon during a recentofbs.
popular that they're shown in eq- Stoles are not seen as often as interview in the office of their pub -. can the paT abbi feels
tire groups, some In Indian prints they were a year ago. Aeet-liked Jisher, incapable of anys. his.aea
and many handled as versatile fabrics for thee sundresses are The authors of Jobs After Re do to get himself started on the
se rates. the spaced white prints and the tirement" offered the barrage right road?
. Just as with the prints, the bab checked ginghams. In explaining what prompted
tiered -squaw skirt is often paired ., them to write the book. 6nJ w 1%
with a no-iron black top. There are lots 'of black cottons, he situation is very bad," vmunijts'
and black denim is stressed for Lehman said. "And it's. made 50AY0at
Skirts for sundresses are fuller summer-into-fall we a r. B I a c k worse by the fact that so few are "
than they were last year. many of also is combined with sparking aware of it. It seems a man or "* f l&"
these. having a very wide sweep. white and with beige. woman must get slapped with it nca e
before realizing what's going aon" a,.W .. D.'.
Lehpian and Yarmon's awa.- tells 't some
cuing, however, did not eome so woN tw anl aU
rudely. Their concern with the oI tbi wonth k lprol -


ita of, the olg er w oiti terk eavl- sie o sri teal-
oproblems eofthhe older worker has hyasg 1 el e s
re ulted from their work am edit- .n h e.


ing his skills, do yould
Wohelp to doie4
it c on venien t hor: of a Civil Service newspaper. plan 2"m e"tilen t. tif,


Disturbing as d they found thple fore the busin esl their con-

ac iontheir l u busin e mn and their husb ands
rewriting team w te sae pople."




convinced that the ever haed yourker
Schdould fnd pro tablemper set by1 '
ig his skllseadg manufacture of slid
epers has just introduced a zip2 '-
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ifY ou havt e will be user had your the
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Laments a Zipped, he iar this .
afa s t eers has just intrhe opula r-price
pg a dress market get as production jams.-
creases the firm has solvued theJam.
b-g feature, the company thesaid the
entire zipper has been redesignegt
e fabric.smooth operate.
The new zippr,te producto4






Many rea ears of expermen is said
vice lately ne easily operate by a child.
t i sofinely Mdisturbade, says the
Spyrd-wdrkig t s that it will n be used in the
Spe pah. s apptherewat dresses. r a.
whe thetad Is bitua ItT an atpu -bath cologne th attg-
Tormi-datd h ei "es are features bat firthe zipper waie and
Ti mroundedse U gor skin-soothroduceding the o p u I a r-pricet
"ikb WADoem~ i o M amdAm ddep l part-" mofdsmItares 's net a production in-
ylatbl the. .n.Lo n crde by asesthe firm annosautIed.
S "the muscles adIte new colon ah Is avaiable 55e.







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Mrs Mie BUonick accompanied
oy her- two children, Mike and
Rihie, has returned from a months
vactsb In Bequete.


Canal Zone College Club met
P' Thu)sd a.at the home of Mrs. J. K.
Hammond, Jr. for its regular
Smnthl meeting and tea. Co-host-
ess wit Mrs. Hammond was Miss
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hojeck and Mrs, H. W. Wagers;
Charity, Mrs. K. Barnes Chair-
man, assisted by Mrs. J. 0. Wood
and. Mrs. H. D. Freeburkt; PuBli-
city, Mrs. B. F. Mune; Entertain-
ment, Mrs. D. W. Bingham; and
Flowers. Mrs. B. Cohen.
'Boy Meetl Girl" Tuesday Night
-"Boy Meets Girl" by Bella and
Samuel Spewack will be present-
ed by The Theatre Guild on Tues-
day evening at 8:30 p.m. in the
Theatre Guild Play House behind
the AnMon Laundry.
Reservations for tickets may be
made by telephoning Carol Glick.
enhaus. 28-3-3347.
Thb cast includes Phil Sanders,
Roy Glickenhaus, Geoffrey Russell,
Penny Boyles. Len Worcester, Ce-
cil Hodges, Cynthia Matthews, Wal-
ter Diamond, Salo Eidelman. Frank
Dillon, Betty Ann Benmason, Tinh
Sanchez. Natalio Worcester, Sol
Yudine, Alex Plotnikoff, Da v e
Constable and Joe Ajbiero.
College Club Meeting
The monthly meeting of the Can-
al Zone College Club will be held
at the USO-JWB Armed Fqrces
Servic- Center, Monday, April 5,
at 4:00 p.m.
The Pla," Reading Group, of
which Miss Katherine Clark is
Chairman, will have charge of the
program.
There will be a Board meeting
in the Library of the USO-JWB
Club at 3:15 p.m. preceding the
meeting.
Members and their guests are
cordially invited to attend.
Emblem Club Notice
The Balboa Emblem Club No.
49 will meet Thursday at the home
of its President, Floda Monaco,
6382 New Corozal Area.
Board Meeting Wednesday
The Board of Directors of the
Balboa Woman's Club will hold its
regular monthly meeting on Wed-
atsday in the JWB Library.
Card Group To Hold
No Moat Luncheon
The Card Group of the Balboa
Woman's Club will meet at the Pa-
nama Golf Club on April 1 at 11:-
30 a.m. for a no-host luncheon.
Those wishing transportation are
asked to telephone Mrs. L. M. Rup-
pel, 2-4353.
Project For Flower
Arranugeuet Classes
The new project for members of
the 9:00 a.m. morning class and
the 7:09 p.m. evening class taught
by Mrs. Pat Morgan at the Balboa
YMCA each Monday will feature
dried and exotic arrangements for
this week.


Bridge Tormaent
The regular weekly bridge tourn-
ament will be played Monday at


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Guests indfied Mrs. H. W. Eng-
Gusts indbjed Mrs. M. E. Mi-
les., U O Charles Jernan, Mrs.
Harry Sp.angerb 6gor, KMrs.
MaeVai, Mr s IW.. Ct.o rs.
L. F. umet.M f. .G
Mrs BS WJ- .M R." B.,
Fisher Mrs. M, G. Sticker Mrs.
B. E.'Beall, Mrs. D. L. Martin.
Mrs.. Hovey, Mrs. R. D. McBain,
Mrs. M, 0. Nelson. Mrs. R. L.
Hock, Mrs. Harry Ransom, MrS.
R. H. Holmes, Mrs. W. S. Lanter-
man, Mrs. R. S. Paret, Mrs. Par-
et. Sr.. Mrs. Steer. Mrs. H. T. Sch-
midt Mrs. A. H. Clark and Mrs.
S. W. Bass.
To Visit In Austria
Mrs, J. A. Schmidt of Balboa
sailed Saturday for Europe, where
she plans to visit members of her
family in Vienna, AusLria. Mrs.
Schmidt plans to be away for about
six months.


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ATLANTIC CITY,,N.J. tUP) -I
Ageless Atlantic ity. a jaunty
dowager with a checkered past,
celebrates her 100th anniversary
this year with aUB-I4 fanare and
fun-making that mid. thle resort
famous.
One of the oldest and perhaps


Without question the master
of American playwrights in the
field of characterization Is Glenn
Hu hes, who dramatized Paul
Gal co's "Mr Icebox," which will
be given by the Canal Zone Jun-
ior College on Wedneday, Mar.
31 for the local obaerfanoe of
International Theater Month.


best-known of America's vacation .
capitals Atlantic City has planned Only one performance of the
a series of spedal events to cele. present-day comedy will be giv-
brate a century of exuberant living .n, at 7:30 m. at the Diabloe
I ,keeping with her lusty past. hlotul Theater. General ad-
Although th Idians were known ha1on Uketa 75 cents wm
Shave dunked their aboriginal On sale at the door.
skins in the sur" here, it took a
hard-pressed stagecoach line to par Jim Anderson plays the unpre-
lay nature's strip of sunshine, sand dictable newspaper a u d I tor,
and surf into an empire of fun and while Lorna Stone is cast as his
frivolity. likeable wife. Pat Foster appears
as the masked woman, with Ro-
Dr,Jonathon Pitney's stagecoach naid Davis as the frightened
line'was going broke from compe- boy. The distraught mother Is
tuition b railroads, and he decided cast to Joan Holgerson and Geo
to get into the act by starting his Metivler will be In the role of
own railroad from Philadelphia to the outspoken sheriff.
wha was hen nowhere. The miles The little girl on her first job
of luxury hotels, the boardwalk will be played by Judy May and
with its rolling chairs and salt wa- Jack Tinnin will be cast as the
ter taffy did not even exist in any. star reporter, with Francis 7i yd
one's imagination. as the newspaper photographer
While some contend the resort is and John Albritton as the easy-
out-dated and overcrowded today, going storekeeper. Kathy San-
the criticism is about as valid as a didge Is the "feminine Interest,"
chorus girl's complaint about last with Will Nickisher as the quick-
year's mink. tempered reporter and Jerry
Halsall as the FBI man who
For Atlantic Ctiy has kept pace means business.
with its growth and lived safely
through a period in the wacky and Characterizations pile up in
wonderful 1920's that would have the Paul Gallico-Olenn Hughes
killed a lesser resort. comedy, with Betty Tarr apoear-
In that breezy era of bootleg lnr as the girl who knows how
booze and bobbed hair, Atlantic to Dplav possum when she wants
City was the most animated-some to, and with Jeannette McKeown
said "wicked"-spa in America, as the unlicensed broadcaster.
where you could rub elbows with Violet Scott is in the cast of "Mr.
pertoniges from Warren Harding Icebox" as a girl with one idea,
down to Al Capone. It was closely while Shirley ddy "gets that
allied to Broadway at the time be- picture" always. The toughest of
cause all of the big musical pro- the tufff" isa the newspaper city
ductions pf Flo Ziegfeld and others editor, played by Jimmy Doyle.
tried out here prior to New York. ,Half a dozen other characters
It was a play ed for the'greats appear" only in that they are
of the show wor heard, and those roles will be
played by college students who


Salt water taffy was discovered
when ocean water accidentally got
into a batch eof.taffy. The board-
walk was bprn in the brain of a
railroad .conductor who tired of
brushing sand off seat cushions on
the ret otrip f to Philadelphia.
The: town has lined up a series
of special events for its centennial,
inud mammoth birthday
party Mrc2 in Convention Hall,
the t str ne of its type in
he world.
But for those who go to Atlanic
Cly religiously each year, the old
attractions will be the ones they
will be looking for.
/ Addibm to the trade marks
of the respt, luxury hotels such
as the Clidge. Chalfonte-Haddon
Hall. Traymore and Marlborough-
Blenheim will.draw thousands of
guests this summer. The famous
restaurants all through the years
-Hackney's, Captain Starn's Mike
Trench's, the Knife and Fork and
Jack Guischards's-also will get
their quota of devotees.
One thing about Atlantic City,
though. You can live it up here as
much as you like-bu you can't
be btried here.
_Tbijnr is Jo close to sea level
that hole over two feet dep fill
up wth water, and there never has
be A-a qumetery within th ciy


65h MAA Awarded

PtFm FrBhs


are also woring on the staging
of the three-scene comedy-dra-
ma of present-day life.

WHllam Bright

Elected Exalted


Ruler By Elks
At the regular monthly meet-
ing of Panama Canal Zone
(Balboa) Lodge No. 1414. B.P.O.
Elks last week, William J. Bright
Jr., of Curundu Heights, was
elected exalted ruler.
To assist him in directing the
activities for the coming year,
Larry D. Chance will be leading
knight, Jacques K. Lally, loyal
knight, Thomas R. Murphy, lec-
turing knight.
Norton B. Stephenson and
P.E.R. Charles F. Magee were re-
elected secretary and treasurer.
respectively; Zera K. iEler, Ti-
ler. E. R. Joseph B. Copello, trus-
tees and Harold J. Zierten was
elected alternate to the Grand
Lodge.
At the home. the elected offi-
cers will be installed at 7 p.m.
Saturday by district deputy
grand exalted ruler for the Ca-
nal Zone, Wilbur J. Dockery, in
a special meeting.
Preceding the Installation.
dinner and cocktails will oe
served and, following the cere-
mony, a formal dance will be
held.
Members and visitltn Elks are
Invited. but t Is requested that
reservations for the dinner bc
made by calling Hectoe Dowse
at the club.


The "Best Radio Operations"
award In the form of a shield- of radio cmmsaathlos, to en.
like plaque wah presented to the cou mi promote Iproved
65th AAA roup for the month mmstion d ,
of february. Capt. Charles B. to IWrease the
OGibson Js ommuneatUl of- radio telephone and t
flr for the 6th- AAA Group. operators.
During the moat of January The award is press e n t e d
the th AAA rou ranked monthly on the basis of an over-
second in the newly-adopted all ra ng determined by Mol-
cpeUtlimn with mombet of tr report repared te Ar-
te rd Infantry Regiment, eeny Caribbea
4th Recon mn, and the th At the nd ofthe year the unit
reld Artillery The 4m thwhich has won the monthly
eomn Bn was winner of the a-i ootet the greatest number ofi
wavd for the first moth of the uMe ave Its name en-


our famous

SUNDAY EVENING BUFFET
from 6 p.m. in the patio
Delicious hot and cold dishes
Muste for dancing by
Tommy Nu and his Toreador
- Lucho Asearrasa at the organ


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MIU WOLp Ol WOB WDON VOTAGE TEA
e rn W l l the Isthml the latter P rt
S,-. wab akerat abon -ae "A t e re-
by fWto Mrs. H. L. Smth lna u ita.,
e the tywere and Mrs. Roger Colllng, Mr and
ItI5 B .thM. Dphe D. Mrs. Paul Beck, M y nd Mrs.
N Sil ,pad I 5 1.ted Hots, Mr. and s. ubert
-A Ri- = from "d 1, Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. fi-
b S Itta er called cti and Mrs. J. .GriaWld,
duri afterna, and a fare- withe Balboa actor Pat Dun*=
well was presented the honr- af Mit. Slegel, Anne a Ma ,
d. from the -roup. Mf MiBion, Adele M leer.
Alternating at the tea t able t atun cast Mr. Leroy ler,
were: Miss Lenora Smith, Miss M.tard Garcia Mrs. Dor
Jeanne Brown, Mis Adamary An- i beiof, and Elen Rodgere;
derson and Miss Dorothy Henry. d e Cristobal east Marit b
Miss Wold has been on the Isth- Titaropulos, Pauline APianc ,
mus since is5. She has resigned Doina Geyer, Eugene Dedier, Thm-
her position as a member of the py-o Qokson, and Robert Mae-
faculty of the Crlstobal Junior parran. Miss Ann Dowd, sponsor
High School and is returning to o0 the Thespians, was also press.
North Dakota to make her home. eat.
She leaves a wide circle of friends. -
and acquaintances on both sides
of the Isthmus. Veneusela Dancers
At he ~poltin


At The Espositi -.
The group of 9a Venezuelan dan-
cere entitled Iletablo de Maravi-
gas are now appearing at the Co-
lon. Exposition. They will put on
a show tonight and Monday.
They will present typical dan-
ces"i d songs of their country.
The cast will be dressed in the
costumes of their country.


D ed lDa eDinn For r
An Mrs. Castana-Castum
Mr. and Mrs. James Butler,
Jr., of Colon, entertained with a
dinner at the Hotel Washington,
Thursday evening, to honor Mr.
and Mrs. Eduardo Castano-Casti-
110.
The other guests were Gover-
nor and Mrs. Jose Maria Gonza-
lez, and Dr. and Mrs. Max Carri-
30.
Mr. and Mrs. Castano-Castillo
left by plane yesterday for New
York. After a vait in that city
they will go to Veneznels to visit
their son, Eduardo, Jr.
Farewell Dblner For
Mr. And Mrs. Seagrlves
Mr. and Mrs.; arl Seagraves,
were honored with a dinner giv-
en Friday evening by Mr. and
Mrs. L. E. Stevens of Gatun.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor .Young
were the other gOsts.
The Seagraves sailed this morn-'
Ing for an extended visit in the
Eastern States. They will motor
iouth and go as ftar west as Ar-
kansas, before turning to the
Isthmus In July.

N.C.O. Wives' Club
Honors Seyeral Members
Mrs. J. W. Yarbrough entertain-
ed the-menbers of the Fort Gu-
lick N.C.O. Club at her residence
with Mrs. Artbur Crandall. Mrs.
Russell Mann and Mrs. T.homas
Boggan as hostesses.
Farewell gifts were presented
Mrs. John Byrd who is leaving
for the States in April, and to
Mrs. C. F. Harvey. who left. yes-
terday, to be stationed at Fort
Hamilton, Ne'-- York.
A surprise "pink and blu e"
shower was given to compliment
Mrs. Joseph Wasuleski. The gifts
were arranged in a decorated
doll's cradle.
Mrs. Joseph Kahl was a guest
for the evening. The other mem-
bers present were Mrs. R. A.
Giallongo, Mrs. Edward Mann,
Mrs. Tooney Poole. Mrs. John
Franks, and Mrs. Merle Mountz.
Thespians Entertain
Following Drama Festival
Following the drama festival
Saturday evening at the Cristobaf
High School, the Thespians enter-
tained the members of the casts
of "Hello Out There" produced by
the Gatun Civic Theater, and
"Sorority Sisters" presented by
the Balboa High Scholi.
Miss Sophie D. McLimans was
assisted by Louise Edmonson. stu-
dent chairman.
The guests invited included:
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Esser, Mr.


Life Expectancy

Rise Hay Be Ending'


CHICAGO (UP) A New York
doctor believes that unless medical
men discover new methods, they
are nearing the limit in increasing
life expectancy.
Dr. Perrin H. Long, professor of
medicine at the State University
of New York, said the increase in
the life span has been achieved
mostly through th control of In-
fectious diseases. But that method
of preserving life has abou been
worked out, Long wrote in the Illi-
nois Medical Journal.
Life expectancy at birth as risen
from 46.6 years in 1911 to 68.4
years ic 1951.
"It appears quite clear," Long
said, "that we have almost reached.
the maximum of increase in life
expectancy which can be gained
by control of infectious processes
in the United States.
"In 1951, but about 20 per cent
of deaths occurring in individuals
under 15 years were due to infec-
tions."


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i FOR SALE FOR SALE
I Household Automobiles
FOR $LE -Furniture. newly built, at FOR SALE.-1947 Chrysler Windsor
grt sacrifice. Livingioom: I white 4-door.uedan, Gcod condition, ro-
oo upholstered easy chair, 2 white dio, new 4oint. Can be financed.1
Sh4gf rugs. 9-ft.x10-fr. Dining- Duty paid. Tel. Pot inma 3-1618.
lOai: 1 oak stained mahogany to- FOR SALE- 949 Chevrolet Iedn
ble 6 oak stained mahogany chairs, Delivery lightt panel truck), ideal
-, u#*lstered seWts. Bedroom: White for florit ,shop, gecry store, do-
endealed mahogany win beds, livery service. This vehice s in ex-
white enameled bed table, daPOs callent condition, will sacrifice for
and bed spreads to match. MIsc1e- only $900.00. Duty paid. Call Co-
, loqus: Pictures, drapes for lounge Ion 211 or Colon 1462.
",'.n4 spare bedroom, 4 straight mo- :------------- --
S chars I metal bed ,use), FOR SALE:-1951 Ford V-8 Fordor:1
tal dresser used). I chest of Rodio, under-coated, clean. Excel-1
draWrs I used. From 1 0 .m. to lent condition. Phone Boalboo 1554,
12 on. Apt 4-C. Moduro Apart- House 5849, Dioblo.
mets, El Congrela FOR SALE: Going Stateside Sawe
FOR 4LE" 4-burner stove, oa S600 on 1953 Ford like newv, only
condition. Justo Arosemeno 97, top 10 months old. 5700 eosy mips.
ll L, IV-8 Customline with Fordamotic &
-' ....... -w/s/w tires, undercooated. PhoneI
FOR SALE:- New Montor washing Albrook 6188.
m" rehine. 60-cycle, $5000. House --.. -- . .--
24D. Rio Gronde Street. Pedro Mi- SALE: 1949 Mercury coupe
Sgui. Phone 4-573. $650.00. Phone .'.Ibrook 5237, Sgt.I
r .. .. ------------ Willett. Building No. 810,
FOR SALE--Bendix washing machine, I -6 -- -
25-cycle, excellent working condi- FOR SALE:-]49 Buick sedon, Dy-
tion and reasonable; I broadloom nnflow, excellent condition. B Obooa
rug., brown background $10. Call 2-1079.
Ball^ao 2649 or 3284.*__ FOR SALE.-Olds 1947 Hydrorraric
FOR 3 LE-Gas stove, -rfrger or. blue Tudor sedan. Good tires, radio,
cribbuggy. metal desk. nite stands seat-covers. Driven 2000 miles
Houae No. 21, 40th Street, Tel. 3- since complete engine and Hydro-
0657. matic overhaul. Best cash offer.
-. .--'-' Saturday, Sundoy and after duty
FO U E:--Double bed in good con. hours weekdays call Albrook 6197
ti*~llywoodl syle. Tel. 3-5443 or lKobbe-4290..
ana nNo,.N67,.upsftars.
1-- .FOR SALE:- 1949 Ford- Radio. heat-I.


MISCELLANEOUS
SAWS FILED by precision saw filing
machine. Retooth.ng 142 Calls Es-
tudiante, Phone 2-4683.
DR. WENDEHAKE MEDICAL CLINIC
Central Avenue, "K" Street Corner
Telephone 2-3479 .- Panama.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous


FOR SALE:-Winter Spinet p
good condition. Phone
Panoama.
FOR SALE: Year-old I
Pinscher. Gentle with child
Balboa 6381.


PANAMA CANAL COMPANY .
OFFERS EMPTY METAL DRUMS
AND EMPTY SACKS FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in public, will
be received until 3:00 p.m., April 15.
1954, in the office of the General
Monoger, Commissary Division, Mount
Hope, Canol Zone for 300 only emp-
ty metal drums and 5,000 only empty
potato sacks located at the Commis-
sary Division Industrial Laboratory
and Cold Storage Plant. respectively.
[Mount Hope. Invitation No, 10 may
,be obtained 'from the office of the
Supply Director, Balboa Heights or
from the office of the General Man-
ager, Commissary Dis'.on, Mount
Hooe. telephone 3-2653.
FOR SALE BECAUSE OF TRANSFER.
-Four green easy chari. console
table. flocr lamp Singer treadle
S'Pwng machine. 2 English bicycles.


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RESORTS 1
Gromlich Santo Clara Beach cottages, 1
electric refrigeration, gps stoves, I
moderate rates. Phone 6-441 or
4-567.* I
WILLIAMS' Sant Clara beach Cot-
tog e Lare comfortable, modern. I
near beach. Balboa 3050 except
weekends.
Philli Oceans ide Santo
Clera, Bax 435, salboa. Phone I
nawam 3-1877. Cristobol 3-3673.


3-4253 Foster's Cottages. One mile post
Santa Clar. Ploos bring your
d-en line0 Phone alboa 2-1866.
Dobermn n $ 0 .....
fren $60. FOR RENT I


Houses II
FOR RENT: Chalet: 4 bedrooms, j
livingroom, diningrbom, kitchen,j
garage and large yard, $150.00.1
52nd Street No. 15, Telephone 3- s
2229 during office hours. Caretok- |
er across the street. I
S R RENT:--Furnlshed residence, No.
36 Cuba Avenue: 4 bedrooms, 3
bathrooms,. livingroom, diningroom, l
kitchen, receiving room. boar, maid's
room. garage. Telephone 3-3469 or
3-5172.
FOR RENT -Luxurious, cool, unfur-.I
nished 3-bedroom penthouse in fine '
residential district'. Abundant closet *
space, noild's room, etc. Coll 2- I
1661 during office hours
FOR RENT.-In Vista del Mar, corn- l
pletely furnished house, one or two,
A-I .6 2 A*74 I


rut%,,.- ,r- ,- ,,-- months. April 4th -3-0216
S t-- Mahogarw couch. 60- er. overdrive. white sidewall tires. selocipede & trailer, baby bathinet ...onn.s_-- p ..i I-J-LJ |
atic .%ashinrg machine, excellent condition. Call Parnimz baby stroller, baby plastic net crib FOR RENT -Nicely furnished chalet.'
,froigerotpr I Icabic feet. -474 or f oo & mattress, kitchen caster table, two bedrooms, sitting-diningroom 1
'sI"na '3-3923, o-r184.- A-9E7 4 48.. .i o-t :.. steploadder, bridge tables. weedburn- kitchen-bar, porch. El Carmen, Ave-

-i:. LR b I table, perf. c mtrlto r a..SSO. Boy Scout uniforms size, 14 & 12, Franco Racetrack. ,
t-.rinllriBg. Mpden bed- l t.4a445, ?ipuse00-A. 2 Lionel 0-gouge ira.ns & much -- ~ I
- L. l nt din'g, st. Tetl-. r?54, N CetqupJ.. : track, to steam engine olso avail- FOR RENT- Completely furnished .
-. ,..-:,.r-.---- _- ". abvery cool residence in Bella Vista,
LE':- 2-cycre Frigida.re re- .OL 1946 Dodnge ddb able oun Magic Chef gao .tove 46th St. No. 22, only to resporibl
'. r r, ol, por loin. House Ill t ondon. r9 ater, vi able gas s ove. EO-cycle 1 2 Eas ar. n
pone 5h.Ir. GvlPo. rc. .l kb. r.l .dLg., Spindrer w v;nirg marh rIe 4 cse pi..r-grocm. dining-
S- .. .p.. o nd- .he. arCnoras. s room. 3 bedrooms, hor water. pan.-
Anan-.l ''.M\ N o -. s, ber tr-,o3pi8 try. kitchen, garage and pat.o. Tel.
.W'.l.- SAL E,,, ;p.. ., 41 P 0 -3-,/ .. .. -0436. $190.00 per month,.
.. .d... F 520 FOR r i&. -Thoarouhbred- Box*r .I
%,A at. & Motors sed n, ridio, seoat co -520 .. Id_ .. I RENT--3-badroom chlet bo -e
O, S x Mo .or 1- "days; 83-71554. evenings pu*.2.w .la:, I om, i ,dry roo, 2 p ches.
S16-ft. plywood boatF "' 'E .fenced yard. First Avenue No. 6.
red cabin, fully equipped. i- F r-SALE .A .- F
nod for 5 persons, also 10-hp/ -'" FO R... ......4t-nfuriei 1
motor nd raler. Phone Real Estate Ft-EfclOROsrET t--Er. hneum, i .t ge $ ..6 .
lboa 2-2550 T cleaner,pro totl n IIISareetwt PaqueLefevre No3 L.
S --, wit"h cabinST. PETERSBURG. FLORIDA is called tach 'nc g rd winder Street. Paue Lefere No 3.
SALE: 16' boat wi .cabi.,horne by more Canal Zone families and ottotithrnt tblder; new Kortk I
lelely equipped and car heat- thn any other city in the U.S5A. For Pony 15 canrra, case apd flash. FOR RENT
Phone Gulick 88-. -539 information. on a home to suit your Phone Panama 3-2732 rl ll
specifications write James F. Olive
I c/o Robt. E. Leo, Realtor, 611 First FOR SALE.-1951 Ford; fan; wash- Apartments
i Ave. North, St. Petersburg. Fla. (33 er, vacuum cleaner; phonograph;
years of real estate enerience I bamboo furniture, bedroom, living- ATTENTION I. Just built modern
---- room, 289-B. Gorgas Road. furmIshed apartment, one., tw
SFOR SALE: BEST BARGAIN OF bedrooms, hot. cold water. Tel-
'1 DoOW ur YEAR, beautiful house: two bed- FOR SALE: Omega enlarger and phone Panama 3-4941.
;* h r.u s ,. | rooms, two bathrooms, water, ,ghl darkroom accessories. 0839-J, Aco- --------- --l
g w as B co Place nearYMCA). O RENT oe just pointed
can prove it cost 2.500. Sell.,-"---. . / par ..,.v g-do ng oo twoI
S. tP-ienti only6.500 wih only $3,500 rage Justo Arosemena 9,. top floor
ao to. o e sI do.Ru"sh to"...swook1sbe -New Vaccine FoundI . ..g.
opin'a1 a macbine that vo New Arraion brdgo rih FOR RENT Modern 2 bedroom
k -muc of man's reading hand side with sign SE EN ; I l ll.. ET oern 2-bedroom
-u ofM' m rd 2-2346. PATTERSON For lllNJft LisCaas oDorlmcnt with ising and a.ning-
t Cle Willias oDf B -e room kitchen. manoi room an I
t rCealn t m Inotu explained LIVE IN ST. PETEPSBURG, FLA both in El Congreo. r.e.ghborhood
cr1. lcroic-machine ean- t rhe ideal climate after retlrerriept. For Cuttle Disease of Hotel El Panoma For further
l ne ic t can u j Attroc ve homes frorp$7,5. AIa C'HICAGO (UPi--The American particulars please crll 3-4968
Sben published do $ umPnt I splendid values in income prboerty, Veterinary Medical Association re- T w- bed. r-- o.-.-.-.
ran pu isned ify documeno Codtact Troy Hile, omocIoted wito i ports that a new vaccine shows FOR REN.-Two-bedroom furnished I
r -pariuarti. C A F Whtre, Realtor 195H 9th St promise against leptospirosis, one apartment. 2nd Street. Pere-i", No
Spr ni st knowledge N Tel -L0344- of the nation's fastesL-growing cat- Telephone 3.- I
It ortant to engineers, scieni --- ----- tie diseases. FOR RENT --Two-he.i,oom turnshed
W otho ., dining research to rr ,t a The association said the vaccines aportmtnt. one o.r cond.tioned, aon
.. ,g new products, processes, rt tII twinI provide veterinarians wilh a Pereail Streer Coil 3.1 27-.
ter.. A o ,w weapon it hopes will protect e\- ,rT- -.-----
r. W ainst n poIecd herds and half further los..es C RENT Tobedo:.m aort-
n the tii es ai On DiethemVy iels in herds already stricken. i L'rt i pc garage. l under
at the institute as a cure- The vaccine was develop d at nire locoi 1Othr anFranc;
for infomation-hunting prob- WASHINGTON (UP) The the Veterinary Virus Instl ut of ro de la Cal ta No. 5S Tel. 3.1637
Se pointed out that ead mlFederal Communications Commis- the New York State Veterinar :FOR RENT Two-bedroom apart
l _- f ion planning to crack down on Colleg at Cornell University. men, ng nd dirigroom ga
b ..e a i rdo. ,,n illegal diathermy machines to keep rog moaid's room Chomp'aur, Teli
W ab._ le to. r .oue. them from nterati g wih broaT- Lepospirois, considered rare 2,2419
wiStl 7ut Pt li oastB stations. police and fire five years ago, now has been diag- -
,'amld .t p .at... .f calls and other vital rado services. nosed in at least 40 stales and is a FOR RENT -Lorge, tire 2 bedroom
g _rro __ __ot, ne sa>oL I ser oas problem in many areas, the unfurnished aparmen. 2 both-
S .- -- The FCC said there ar seriouss association asid. Symptoms vary room.. Best residential dri.ct. Call
taa,- e potential dangers" In continued use I and often resemble those ot other I .-. I during office hour,
of short-wave medical diathermy diseases, it said. FOR RENT New. m-de apart-
Sequipment that doesn't meet its meant Cool. airv. suitable for Amer-i
rules. The rule s lim: both the lUnir ttr ', om.iies, 2 and Ibedrroms
Ni H W m umber of radio frequencies that JUnior 1Cattle Ilh St. Parque Lefe.,e. Call 2-
can be used for the heat-treating 1' e.
medical equipment and the amount Breeders Growing --
Rushll of radiation they produce. OR PENT Apartment furnished.
,, I More Numerous Porra San Fns Tl 382.v1
OT L Que. --fUP) As at example of potential dan- Pora. Son Francisco Tel. 3-5582
S rta 1raum discov- ger, the FCC said diatheray equip CHICAGO, (UP)-The number ofeFOR RENT Two-bedroom apait-.
Jl at. has attract ment operating outside its assigned young cattle breeders mn the coun- ment 'stuated in El Cangrelo. Call
t i~ tpeeors to this freqsemcies could interfere witrA aears to be increasin ac 3-164 ofter office hours
kfltght communications and result..try appears to be increasing. ac A i p
htr;ches drew in "disastrous a plane accidents." ordin to theAme n Aberdeen FOR ENT-A frnhed apartment


|' n.nhsad has a guide to their targets. ao bn dur the rst fisca rteaor i FOR RENT I
esrv.edr iwhsBreeders'AssociatJon. 2 bedroortNo ch-adren. No.r82



member of the Quebec Each short-wave diathermy ma- a than In the corresponding R
for Pontiac Countya in chine is. i effect, a radio traens- pemy od lat year. .
the pine's lwmaker miter. An illegal machine can ior meedershied theOR RENT-Furnished oo, large
-1'*a dis ve Wls "the M mt eaui e interference hundreds of memberships are granted bahelor only Near DeLesseps Pork
il fi nd sc wnfil;t ia iet mmue awy, ta eFCC u sd.d .by the association to youngster, Appl 142. CGle Eriudaonte. Phone1
aat Qucebec to' dIt" e ic who own one or more purebred 2-4683
S'evrer a mveteri, Sin lu ve disrupted ce and Angus animals. At 21 they ma) be.--
sit d minfer, made 0(e f department radio- e munica- com feUm members. A B i i
sait. said assays % ons and interfed wWfleeepUton us. autrian DUldS i
M Pesetages of of pd", and TV statto the com- DeliCateSSen ( i
ia i seo=dy., he saa ,'qipl said. i' 'Traveler- Friend I
'to.tisd thorium rang- ...
per et. Thorium I minimize interference, the nspres Its Owner TE. An A
d thoriu ra Inpe TE,-N"A (r'UP--An Austrian in.
imiaeithat FU Lued a regulation tali 1 A a ro .s.... enior has built an el c t -
e. oetium wrba" i e diatcrm) equilgit-ACtar toonst aIi travelers' frend" ad'.t. d to l I
lamIt-. a t approved by the lodging problems for eary tour.
Sso hmus have a a MANSFIELD, 0. (u'P Scott ist. arrlvsng at /erminDals
-. _- -ert te that it meets Brown is a cartoonist is hrie in-pi.
CC ruea4'he regulation took ef. ration comesfrom a delicatesseni A luminous wall panel lists all I
i -" .,, .- Jue, 4fter six y ears' no- be operates. hotel, their outstanding fetursc
-Air% 16 111-- -- -.L Ian4.,thetPir otstawhiegefeaturesy


* meBor hospitals and oth-
S t dlthermy equipment
haP tis to get approved

uSpaid a mcm omrle
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Cartooning has long been Brown's lghted figures give an up-to-the-
vocati. He sold his kfirt one minute report a how manyTa. itI
wb. he was 11 and has kept it up ar available at each. Other lighted 'I
ever since. He beUeies. he has sold symbols tell how to reach the hotels a
Am 10m to magazines, news- Iby bus or on foot il
7M Wsuppklements
S the use of the One of the big adgets already is i
.. becauseae "a in eprs.oan at raiM way state
mi le i .anI i.s I e ity.-r nTi.aoe 1
h:- 10 to l


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FOR SAJE
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$ S .4.
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To* als-o.atvrta.-Pari
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RST-NO-MS.
A Cheiealy Treated Psar
That FurMiaettae
I .rote aon. Tli GUU
or O. N.No fu N. Met,
No TrUble.
GEO., NOVEY, INC.
2* 0 tA*e. Ta'e. a-s14M


25 Cicl Rie ers
WURjhoiuD wrceb i toa
out, 7, 9 en. 1 year
Igursatee "aey ts
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TRANSPORTES
I, BAXTER, S.A.
Packers. Shippers, Moven
F. S. BUDESHEIM
Taller Transporte Baxter
VALERIO TUNON
i Expert Mecnanic in uitra-
matfc and Hydramatic Trans-
I nssh. offers his professlona'
I services.

1 Repairs Installation of gas
I ,toBas. water heaters. etc.
SIDNEY MORREL U
i GMeneral Supervisor.
Tels.: 2-2562 2-241 I
,ALL WORK OUARANTEMD.


I $I.IP COVERS
REUPHOLSTERING
I HERE
I AUTOMOBILE ROW 77
I Tel 3-468


SUJebcoo
(Waebter Chicago)
Record Changers
Tape & Wire ERcorder
"Muskales"
IPa I l ji -Fl Center

IQ. 31\-12U
TROPICAL ELECTRONICS
s 4th SL NO. e1. ele Vtmta
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Hot Money
Not Always Stolen
I SALEM, Ore. (ITP Bill
Young, a grocer at Dallas, found
: himself with $7O09 north of hot mon-
Sey'on his hands--all'of it perfectly
I legal.
; The money, mostly currency,
lasa bundled tnd lying near the
cash register, Young, intent on
I tiness, inadvertently picked up
the cash with some scrap paper
and tossed it into a stove. He
quickly realized his' error and
I bailed out the burning bills with a
small scoop. Although much of the
currency was badly burned, the
ianas City Bank was confident
Yog could recover most of it
St theh.U.S..Treasury.

iHaystack Needle
l'No Longer Elusive
'CAMDEN, N.J. --UP)-- The
proverbial "needle in the hay-
stack" won't-be elsive aenym e.
Biectrei engineer at CA
wI i ue developed a mealhalsm


-40 F *j -
' "' "'- : -: 2


tile -
Unfrl


btul in tb lam
years. In return b
plies for the echo.
sured of a steady
team workmen.


uaryrto ay.
pensesftom a fund Mll
CIA donations.

Postmastership
In The Family
For 72 Years -
MARIANNA, Fla. (UP) -The
ostmastership at Campbellton was
eld by various members of the
same family for 72 years until the
recent retirement of J.E. Wood.
ham
Mrs. Ida Renfroe was the first
member of the family to serve as
postmaster. She held the job from
1882 to 1914 when she was suc-
ceeded by her sister, Mrs. Florence
Collins.


When Mrs. Collihs died in 1944,
her son-in-law Wdodham, took the
post and held it until his retire.
Iment this year. He was succeeded
by Mrs. E.H.S. BeaU, who it io
relation.

Motor Murmur Was
Dog Under Hood
YPSILANTI, Mich. (UP) -
Ray Packer's neighbor mentioned
hearing a strange noise under the1
hood of his car.
J The neighbor and-Packer looked
inside.
They found Packer's two-year.
old boxer dog, Ginger, missing for
four days.
The neighbor said the noise had
been there for four days and
several hundred miles.
Ginger was hungry and tattered
but unhurt.

Hospital Time
Down, Cost Up
PHILADELPHIA -(UPi- Epis.
copal Hospital reports that new de-
velopments to drugs and medical
knowledge have reduced by two.
thirds the average time patients
must stay in hospitals, but have
multiplied the, average cost pea pa.
Client b.,' more than 22.
' The report, made by Laurence
'f. Eldredge president, said the
average length of time spent in
Episcopal a- century ago 'ty pa-
tients was 31-73 days. The average
cost per patient per week was only
$404.
Eldridge estimated that current
c0ptis of a "patient day,'' amot to
$13.15, or $92.05 a week. The aver-
age patient's stay, however, is only
11.9 days.
Particular
NASHVILLE, Ten.. (UP) -
W. G. Baker got fret-pa h itb
both of his cars. However, Baker
told police hr didn't like the color
schemes. A night-time vandal
sprayed his two car with white,
blue and aluminum paint.-


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eqtmra SL WU'
qfvt, to a hM
iom MYeN fflbeyngqup.
tocally nem w re l
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Pollock maid Linda,
sire set a rgida lig
could outrun her five

She
of work around taae- 1254
lack farm b atil she was r wl*
twd ofher ons took oer .

Lions C
Sells Bui1s To
Help Save Ey. ig
WATETOWN, N. ..- -
The local Lions Club d a .
a campaign with the sloan, "t
Sight You Save May Be Yaw
Own."
Club members are selling .
blubs for the. benefit at fts lt
conservation fund. The proeds.
from the -sale will go. toward tia-
penses of eye examinations a-Ha
operations for school student.swh
might not otherwise be able t-
pay the costs.
By selling the bulbs inpahage.
of 11 each, purchasers wl g bei le
to save a few pennies on eacA bary
and at the same time help the
cauIs. *. .

HELPFUL. HINTS
By United Prees


Lemons produce more jlice if
they're heated before lCheiug
squeezed. .. .
Buttons will sW at 10ta 06
er .it the-threada ae pealed wth ,
clear fingernail polih,.
A tablespoon of vinegar' added
to the water after beets have been
peeled and diced will kep their
color a bright red. .
You can remove asparagus from
the can without braskin the tips,
if you open the can fromathe hote
torn.
In washing glasware, be sure ta
warm cold aases gradiasy ber
fore plunsnlg then ,-ht..:ot-suds,
emeve egg *tains from sliver
y rubbing the t with fe ta-
ble salt sprinkled on a wet cloth;
then wash the silver in warm wa-.
ter.
To ease the removal of milk
stains from glassware, fill with
warm water and a little baking
soda. Let stand for a while before
washing.
If the salt shaker delivers salt
too fast, plug.upa few the holes
with fingernailpolish- -
Mark lubht swichero they'll-be
easy to find in the -dark. There
are luminous paints, tapes.ad de-
cals which will do the job. They
also are good for markldng..-ow
overhead projections and the top
and .bottom steps, on. stairway
When frosting cake, wait until
the cake is cool and-thus spread
the king... PU..,high. and the
smooth out wit ,s kie dl( d illb
hot water. ..
Martha Washington the na
Of Daniel P1tkt CaSie en a
'was married to Geofgt Wihingt.
In 1758. T__ o

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members
late"ies
man laid,


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Happy landlords and
tenants get together
through our wmtul -a
every I.s.. Turm o
the want-ads. Cbetk
theme B -W j
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Agenfla Intenal. de o ublelaneiu FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOB
0 Central Ave. No. 4 Tvoi Ave.
FAIMACIA LVUX ARMACIA VAN-DR-DIJS
LEWIS SEsVCB I HOUSEHOLD IXCARANG
6I0 Central Ave. j J. Rco. de Is Ge Ave No. 41


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Bita"s newtest uutuw 01r.
I staN ,olTy hugda. "I'd -Le4'
Ev at tI P.ba st wo" turn ai d t i aid ore' ton, who stalished harde h O -
*bo 'i ati s o a a tohrp a wths b t rie by" r in ls noSermrl. ..


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so nd"aelyA." But, the BIgelYor iatn Tnew up anid mn t's bLood" plays ht
see tro _o s"ad i. sete.n w noh me urs daen a col lteine IJieotesint oe as"We'
athj wt at. we es .a e ic stme- dfya m dnfo r cd la ." tor os Badwfoen lnd 'bury

dt Ot.o." Be a N"t ens eaen assyad

II e orb ath.e geuS em5to .Phyllis Curtain, the sa.0iof, owl surgleon whot put money and othe i ,
app.aud, so i wam to t con- heistry apre sor at. Swartmoe bouaor ar theB ricr aboe medal tha "-' 1
euion that hp w w wills srh*oing,. .m. _eo a o in oeicea he smor with whom bher ". -


esau On*3 J *ot, alls you could TSal om it.te s w tor' MCsTY glrew upuntil, the a bioo@ and Nato .-n ." ,Mm- - I
w e e Cn ehad ow g Center. ,e na d iB some picture tak h of a coal miore exl t sion eI "Qe
baui wIth, a u ma. hti..me, ateon Inostume -u fw 'eads tlt forced to choose beotweenluxury .




aou l coula have jat ut "Ohh fr dear s sad "wt e t wld sto Mis Snecott plays the kind oi "; l"
a w r o wok. e Hollw d c lwv t a oo d the y at Swarthmoe?'. dgn NiBmorua ba d_ Lirltd role she has i a e'"d
eM ., sm he r--"mpb. "d- made famos; Sinas time sin "her Bu.t o
el. "re sd rw r T EOulet : Jon atha n t e at Gouldoed H'e so, er .h wo e s s.b Ii tt tTh "TBM- rs a
hs at ".w "a ,B' f oe itk ad he4-t r Smonhed es i erlmw e to sho w wom en a cm s o ly. 'HSera tn gr as, tee L



di u R x a~y, M e bnd Ry otw stn w bosea Et h some-mak er willbrte door'eean dadt fo the p"art Eh n A-
'w it te u O i may e e ne e not that bulletin ocu its ean ers oin t Wash F n's elabs orate w hrrobe of exoyc and
Sb t. toto th t i i fiedlstartling, win, therwh how much che y trees tdugrdung its color debutat o e, gowns, created by Hollywood's eel-
Yof know Actuat it 's Beeasant h at'hll be a dandy help to house- ebrated des ane.i Jeo Loi s. It











y Eally Bra. tic Walo e r chysteal On For t Cla yto sin e alp- c-.B l d meSot N York i ty gr w up r e nta ips shpd new t 1:thu 3r! 'z inth lood r andly heat
d ia f you'll "ull ub', cba we'da wing es, who no doubt reo crying o ac whoa l lures Heston into thI
e wh mfl itho *3.rBinto t at nIw it length for mo'a reds and Itter cherry tree Da t e 'ureo rao kete a y n






- ^^d^ uagseheIA V lis hebomt- he "-'oswh i nformauton. Drane ouero who pay ne
t. i e..sd t Cts Lopo-Wp Gv a i -a ba b. sor t hef. idealistic nurse, came holly. -
Sloteg dtsmn. w oo via the L onon stage s rin
SdiU w here D ay u A rae anhr mstely fi.ve There's a change due on NB" laes bam gi. sher .5' *h
d ..l tumo the a t ,es UO a eiM e V-t a TV and n p, Mimis Ben- Ho reIt is ouhtr as producer .rand p ..ort Mss" F er' oromin -aod
Rrso abec. iow that ..o ne ee a re of do' s mos ought- tthe stake an last tan sve 1. the u.pewa.a
rrI l Ish me a l __ ern to him loaso.g ed to home- .e to ure more stars -the first pro- conei,'igowhe Kbyb Rle s dae e Ip ea
ThI Ai g Oe mik not o hellhtp plr Sos she's gn ramhwilloh'n Robert creatml bg Holaftronew
MSaW Wti h i e t Is satI m h 1eTEartn o ws w much O Louis. It
eti S -aa .uA n bdi. s ly An ttoAlamy mao.e- _m si ne,, la wor'ed.. a.wies mn cd r u aidportoh si- Ci ennbe hpe proNee bn TwenUeth Ceatury-Fo,,w 'H
funcio .t lm ri a o the k t ot t lon ero h of O an l let te 6ntn s s Chaire- ve #. nn doubte rccuie it theasr ...-T barJs

a- inifor t.bmm lemd nn Iht retire menttb y 4 d am mcr pro buced bymFran tre Diaenb rg.an dr e ha an
He at em e feurther-relatd that with e nt studet Kelly -anut to join otr n i"G hi Andlrw odag,"0 who's may- c bdent ind 1945, nd features MU- w eaof beadd Htl ye
t ba Nq o r a tinseries Con- it field: insteln s theory oal el-jn to Wlmole han',I-'oon,.C,- -T i-aDpsyw g a s ther m o mtot e ri h 01er o a
*ervaty galoe.,' Coepleting stirty, atomic explosions and by-. oelly. w drafted at 26 and has w lpescalye motheho een t romuen'on d it e lovto d o mu Awad omn ationd f orhedr
ofiveie or- of studym at the India- drun reation, pr r llnln a l' b n playing ,or bt wt nhestssten tz- camy n. T ndtda BaeneICs the s ei ad e. Th.'ee ,years rag, he A ale an . .
then e oiljd~ I Kodelly gerad- tic exnesuhot hernu for "os a l dBd Fort C laf since re-.." Before hd tours, she tape- showed a play ed written p .Ar Fn z ir impoant.ly cst
sen autie a h rl atiol p of A me ri ca sos o" o rtp l a snAt on a 4 th star of Cam p el TV S torna w Te e t' n a ot s have n v r WoDT
red ld'l rMue. counterpart have not b ine quat. tmerwer, H e took basic tr ain regor luclabies, so J. W. can goe Broadway producer Max Gordon. as .a young, b put _a wn.-t -- .e..arth
At Jepla o israte&lgt w ethoner o r The Area-n or ab IFt leonad Wa eood. .b e playn d to sloee in the mad el ma nat er e i's great, Andy. Gordo, react- octor works am insg to en-a-
tecorte6toA rdbutiisorot Kellr stay la our 19 11. 'ta t as sh re M a nes is In l N e w et prlic 'Wil
_l1 v work. e the *om.eln the h t world o ac BEa ne tse. u p ao* as ag- to wi he's aecuto6 mei. Bhe likes ed. "but there's not a nickel it." vaa coa l mners...Ra y Collns aan
rer .& *o .+ i s t od- t p iu.pt wo r BFl ear om r at. e a e; s he thinks he'll be moical. Just rece ntly, the play' "-'ack-alo a t ured as the hard-bten
qek'rb a with tell observed f ea r d mi n ot bdasen hecs when sher to congs. boles" Wernndt on at Ne h York cas mine operator who can soi-
ut b to wte anows Ray An*!- u"1" m' i-sidelin anee. McCullough met Gordon ha orous doreaughtern. M iynssn Sott.ull.-


er ie t vr a y BJv re the s.-d A. ,e' "ist am noat .an kles.n to "It's gret Andy. Gordon saidc wrote thet screen play with Iryg
uner' on teto sUdy gnefsoity rne Asr 'Another time, Co-y idded, "ut thens not ao qtatr in ern ts..We.P.iaerm ama. rvSe R
ofChi1a tase aca ad e 4hos ou ho2 lid as assocathe pro duer rving Rr be to su up te s
"INb andI stri ntmetn a ao Js proeru bdyir ecn d.o
0sba-aTeah O a y wie- Miklde h ,.O..... .... .
O srHllywoodsviatin 'aator were i, on, w wh OL Ae
ragr.qu fromt a .nosletoe sti e S ntir n ie th b2he in rh 'ao er Awar n at fo h
t tle *o -tOD MIt a UP- Cthat Fse ote fd fdhim and went ahetd chaning of wlpWf-tD nR .r -TODAY & TD V,
SThe st c pants aki nd coke jug- argl w dor a lq t ad ehasi a m o r a t
-. -Utws gg iCt nW n ahave o-t R egA.tio as, I ''"he ic us o3tg a w
foator in huma n Iandi sa. its troubles in P84 America, bu _lteemp-aohy i:fom'e Wl r o rated. 'wthej t ca enldl's JEAN SIMMOtNS" -- -- ,-Aa n
no adatcAal ouhRd seems to have found Forty we American. Sepd i-
11:ie- i th kyogtn aog otoohdnaos h n al work. They don't have the ie T pt ta b-
aitgopeaisbiegrp tthfel" Cren understanding of democracyad. life a yonl lbt etn
Explaining in the lhymnu an- te ond "we Americans meuved the me 7 hJy tes p.@. o fmau as the hard..th
' en gsy nog wrhat mnc Is, s ende the thestrapping T ma enthusiast appluse Twotrol ofs e
umt pteres-'The Wild North' n th snce. m JUo bUUIFNIeaduwithg t. w t

lofi t~ne or wor is to week surnt the Hollywood con- always reeopilled, lfrst but c weai y softened them call. To. sing and to dance, bt "But alwcyu I am a sad girl in
S gr dw instant r he said. not to sow the legs. I shwed tPtures, ier moaned. 't *
wv~ord isv ot,' "It was the same thing in the e m erryn ca m t Ia. She de o atehn ppy .vnas a pe- Mtchum oeate
y erts" or si d."Ever ler e d by a fresudi; isit an fl"Bo star, and C ing w was Shocked. per rect appye
aeqartute syntax. but i Ue' now' followed us. Evsy .now and' were forced So stay ia our hate" ale .......an ...e. "pr the s
_tualla reuli, sa who Y~ then someone who could weak En-i h said '-1Iwamn't,, woexchtng.'he laugh- faced Italian doll, on the subject! da' aad'Thl.G1las iMe rIe.?l- I
hsel7r th e a J ,, fish would stetp out of the crowd "Flynn, an oLdtimer at intvvle, of, "so we tilled ou the conversa- of her singing-and-dancIng role op-'am thai to be t little grl who
u hr wht, you!_'re- t jag about," and tell us "Believe me, we areh warned me not to buck the crowds lon teaching each other to countgposite Fernandel in the all-French 'falls in lov*e wis a o and has
ftkh iiily Usmes Iru, but not all very friendly to the UntedeBut1snezkee out to aepate gme iou natvi laguagms." musical, 'Mamsenac Nitouche,e a bab.".
Slingset S e Wand smhicng h anyhow The crowd of visitors jam
a" IW0Otherwise. Pier's boamin She's

I a at o r ce Ceer -sete H mansion. TEA *by wn
0 Now it's baom ov e studio tioingle went me'i' oh
Explsai "ISLADgN TH SKr "3h R OWL STORY" M CT "wl ynd Mona f ro e" len l. the tat Ame.. .... d-.
V--A-"s a t. Columbia. Renrt S k. whr Tti-r, iV AR P INT" ey &'"
our THETRE i office" bosses ordered the Stbe, Susc Jtre Tror th "A PAINT"' Wl t
S L a l T e W ld Blue 'e I HAYYOO nme on its 21-year-old blonde'
tii ee fetI t-ateii threat changed from Marilyn No-I -oU .. ou
Fred Macurt-a IS cost ar1 i TheN !



then you 7:1l, c general tore hotel cheeri.g 4or 15o 6 7 i4otant .-46 o hres," i Pero doctrin detaIsu
230w 43 :4 8:45Of ASS:casinosland applaBELAuVISTAand TROPICAL "At oolIuh md they watch me DR-WL E. hI- nnl n

LLIQe(1OUND"' tE 'shouldn't work atier swingi or w- 'g
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wto the zrining camp ave b tougfa Ug
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-A what LU X .'-.'-~-*e! 7 uaes i a s a*Wcujeasow
what "Battleground" ee CCLIA e I m e smril
L U X CECILIA O' !'
touh "i was to the shooting warl Bauciest Conedy bo u "ALL TH BRO R Therkey name-r f is ll
SWomen ver Filmed ANT writer Gene Markey-and the iden.
LV *AT R WERE N(AUANI tifcatlion as a Bennett, uma tr 4WWnMills diaI fli
Frm the same great "LOVELY-'C -EATURES" r r' L! I Irese.t

a 0 eA told me. "But for all he
.-Afrom the m famedD oking Bin the daughter
-* klit Plus: of Joan Bennett ma producers
producer, Dore Schary! Dame uagemu Whe We"' expect twice as much of me as
Ir 'O'L In lCIINWOi.O! any other actress.
rot f Jl I "You'd think I W IN W-si'0ers
SDuse or something. I'd have a
rourb muchb.'tr, e etnhad be'"* tb'' -Ot 4111W
atY ciaIs an actress If my name haptpn5 '
bNCA. o C ,AP7 0 LI 0 ed to be SuSi41."
Due to the h81 e felt- ""n and Lewis, in Jets Peters. i Glaser Geo Ilck p"
wlyl. n0' vble t tIm n Creeby, n Cjlfton Webb, in Vanesasa m is k Wat in-m1e0
'WON fBex i&osTr "MRU s1pMAST" turned into TV hucksters and says *
that they're inching glamor right
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first 5 In Each Qualifies Juan Franco Graded Entries .
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For President's Classic P.P. Horse Jockey Wgt. COMMENT ODDS'
ea-pl o Race "H" Native 6. Fgs. Purse: $275.00 Pool clses: 12:145
dI.First Race of the Double
.T'wo classic races will be run on the same day I-D Malone B. AI12 -Jockey could help -




f~tU'iid ad ne f anaa' 1-Parlti $.8 4.0 22 -D. Maolly B. A l.re 116 -ocks oulsde chanel 8-1 ******^***************************-
Juan Franco race track for the first in a 2-Coa Linda F. Hi al. 115 -Dangerous contender 3-1
time whno the track's best horses will try to '3-Sandra 0. Chanias 110 -Rates good chance 5-1
4-Avivato F. Rose 110 -Fractious at times 3-2
y for t'* $10,000 added President's Classic s5-Colrio 0. Garell 116 --Oood effort last out 8-1
is scheduled for April,18. -4, H. Ra-Returns from layoff 5-1 cIs
:bte today's feature races will be the Dona Ce- 7-Con Valo H. Ruz 0Ix-Dsal effort last 5-1 C
ina-Pinel de Renon" Classic and the "Marcos A. 2nd Race "H" Native 6 Fgas.Purse: 5275.00 Pool closes: 1:15 l
Gikjbert" Classic,'both for a purse of $1.000 and Second Race of the Double t
:a distance of one-mile-and-one-eighth. 1-Opex B. Agul. 110 -Could core at price 5-1 t
*. 2-Canasta G. Oraell 110 -Could surprise here 5-1 e
'kebraces will honor Panama's NINTH RACE 3-J. Hutneho J. Reyes 116 -Mutuels favorite even d
ady and one of Panama's' 1-Patriotica $9.80. 4.80. 2.20 4-L. Molly K. Flores 116 -Has outside chance 8-1







Mocigb h rve cas llyara A. rYcaz 118x-Raotesigode chance 10-1 a
*ons pioneers who died as 2-Postinovich $5.80, 2.20 5-Roly J. Gongo. 100x-Early speed only 10-1 ani
tiWt tult of a plane crash last 3-Hartley Lass $2.20. 6-8. Velluda F. Hidal. 114 -Longshot specialist 10-1 n
year respectively. One-Two: (Patrlotica-Posti- 7-8. Naciente A. Ycaza 105x-Top contender 5-1 bJ
The first of the two races will' novich) 520.40. 8-B. Tardes A. Gonga. 103x-Still a bit ":off" 15-1 tr
be the Marcos Gelabert Classic. TENTH RACE 9-La Chula H. Riz 102x -Longshot possIbility 15-1
which Is scheduled to be the l-Dejelo Solo $85.60, 2.60- u
eighth race on the program. The 2-Kiosco $2.80. fW
ninth race will be the Doflla Ce- ELEVENIH RACE 3rd Race "E" Native 6'i Fgs.Purse: 5275.00 Pool closes: 1:45 f
cilia Classic in honor of the be- 1-Dixlprincess $5.40. 3.20. 2.60 ONE TWO a
loved wife of the Republic's, 2-Stone of Scone $3.20, 4.20 1-Amazona L. Giral. 114 -No. I contender 2-1a
President. The owner of the 3-Siamo $3.20. 2-Proton H. Ruis lOix-Most earl foot 10-1 i
winner of each of these races 3-Tuira S. Carva. 102x-Needs bettr rider 10-1 ad
gill, receive a silver trophy ho
e first fiv ve finishers Inf4-Lady Moon V. Casti. 114 -Mutuels choice 1-2 w
LM0b of these specials willh l 5-Kontliki C. Johnson l115x-Nothing to indicate 10-1 N
fy. or the PresidentsClassic.R Iya l n C P 6-Ocean Star V. Ordo. 115 -Excluded from betting 4xxx lo
The others will be eliminated Note.-Ocean Star runs out of


:a C~dhorse r we ope Gray Miton 4th Race "G" Native 6% Fgs.Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 3:20 r syear handier Ha fod







tbp o sea e. sn ^ ; ^?
Bth races"afore theyr's estUhf- W 3 Native 84 VP 5275W Fu dovar-oldca c5:m down T l st eaomp on The dlerHarowl
fairs and could register whop- QUIran National vmtqu f- he19 sveet.-bifttrtainer BDlanc- er
over, the "experts" re'By Sho Neckite Fleet L. Giral. 113 -Distance handicaps 8:B
sticking by the proven "clam" Villarreal A Yeaza 107x-Rates good chance 10-1 nil
hors N m tbe r-SAdmoe 5. arTRa.10 x 2-Best ea rl y' spe.edt TAiri Col-A1a Inhes G rr aeny's Sc holz -
inteGeaet lsic m-AINTREE. Eng., March 27. 5--Reaia J. Gongo. lllx-BlazinR early foot 4-








CAnsc the ^ fur-er Classic.ld^ ^% I Amot Rae'0 motd6 g.ur 400 olcoe:40-1 Ar.^"^ S~i (41a many so Se an8ae:o
i1ukand Noveno are expected to (UP). Royal Tan won the 6-Miranda AS. R e ri. 120 -Droppe In claw 1 o i t cpoentc
bethe mutuels choices. However- 11th running of the Grand Na- 7-81rena. H. Ruiz 1107-Nees longer distance 10-1 -- sea1,pL e
Supsrsun. Corners Edgar and tonal te lechase toda to 8-G. Glass F. Hidal. 104 -Should be close up 4-1 U ue nf a fhpnar i u








Sddyne Edgar ah s nd ch on. sl61111*1 Ste Lsehase" -eum ule 1 fLnso todayiit 8-1 carJnatle Foauiwl t ayke leaesshmelf ipn o US h.
ark tMillionaire will wet plenty give owner .oH. Griffin his sea- 9-Resorte B. Agul. 110 -Depends on mood 10-1 5Ei .
'of portt In the mutduels aln e nd-consecutivme winner I theB CDwlruf
.,Sley River. Pin Pon. Dorn the world's toughest lorse race. 5th Race 11b" Native 7 Fgas.Purse: 5350.00 Pool closes: 2:55 0UtE STo AiNi D











inS S thisin event. T-el v wasr secon and Lor 1- is ay i Ikt W^^ c S s D eb u o
CUt and Jaqui mazo are the Tudor Line owned by Mrs. E. TEAM STADiNGB th
otsIn thse tecin Tuelove was second and Lord t -Bll caya R. L. Oil 100 -Weights in favor even Won Lost Pet. NEW YORK. March 27 (UPs to
s 'vo a Ceci" special Soeftons Irish Lisard was third 2-Valaria J. Phillips 108 -Rates good chance 2-1 Ar Cola .....s,e 10 1 .909 Midd eight Gustav (Babn
e up a ai tossup among In the four mile, 886 yard race. 3-ixaola V. Castle. 124 -Weights handIcap 8 -1 Al aen Jr. ...4.r 5 4 -.556 Scholz o ermany proved him- ca
ltoats. Mlan Road and Re- The race was of interest the 4--G. Wonder H. Ruiz 103x-Should be contender 3-1 Malta Vo', ..n 5 .455 self, a solid puncher but an w.
from a layoff izn reported w erld s oe the au ithe Hded 5--Golden Fapn L. Giral. 124 -Could be winner here 3-1 ;&! 4. 400 awkward boxer in his American
olian shay fl rale o pth }wierseotaheIr a- ilr Bhndyc .111 debut while winning the un- si
Sly cellen* shape, will alsAo pital Sweepstakes. aulimous 10-round decision over sit
gptlenty of backing. A year ago Early Mlstiwon 6th Race "G Imported 64 Fgs.Purse: 1450.09 Pool closes: 3:35 ING GAME speedyuA ndewsof erir s
baton Green and Welsh FOX are goe rmTml ona o rni at-ParalWis.. tden.n qa Gr
G n W[ah7 groedcer fomr h loguenghoesarFirst Race of the Double TIa den. yMldaDetr
outsiders in this event. D ublin. Bryan Marsalonce a- 1-My Dear J. Bravo 118 -Returns in good shape 3-1 aaCW t vs. 4leuan a.(at de
hd 8 oentl 2edrr d M e hyg ryvs. of (m in4An.n(aw
Sdes. theel excellentlyg rod h 2-Rose Hip V. Ordo. 110 -Distance ton Ikng 101


fl=e01ry in en esd 0 was 15 o f 2 1 him rI* ols aox J 108 delul T e u ten B l hin so tho w
hod races, there are nine Royal Tan was second choice 3-Numbers Gongo. 112i-Seeks repeat victory 3-1 6 March 't Thewunbeaten Bedrlinsoutpaw

other potential 'thrillers on tapf In Rthe2hre RF Ipefield an a id 4-Toletazo V. 6sF11Purse5 -Rate Poo l chancloses: 5-1 JBl Mach 2o9 ( h rew mnqainfd aise-tod ary
boa dteM~ llgtmtasUmb l nc I eodRc ftensDoP.le hfY vs.Ma Cola (at Pa*IO fom managingnm dirctory Harrya
tae un Faoe tro fi at 8 to 1. while Tudor Line .-R-. Signal B. haul.l 112 -Bolest early speed -1 Ma.VaJr .TAt-Tire at Marksen of the International
Out ateduh innotrac k he-was 10 to 1 and nIrish dn S-inh Detor L. ural. 113 -T ored tat L-1 n1rsdienImproves with Jockeyt5P. Cru
terday hefty Delelo Sole rtced third in the race a n t 7V. Darling 3 More.hl l10x -Badolegs, chance 10:1 om ur4.gau.) Boxing Club. a man whose opi-
to a three-length post-to-nost w a f sg te lt al A. Iz -on counts much. Markion said,


victory Ins the featured wa The Ara Cola teamd en sad 4- dI walno ul 11 -lss delighted with his show-
a@ es e wk~~rer. ou Mrsn hallrodroe Romated Ten5 70th Race 14"Importo Aed labert Purse: 518450.00 Pool closes: 4:405 ta`_154campte' il lyrun ihalf okt h
Clar "C" six-and-one-half fur Marhall droe R e. r R Ce 6Frd 4oe s: 4 te 14he ing. He'll do well and make a lot
lon dash.home by only a neck while oe I -rishbeond Race of the 'Double e W fn 4- e of money itn tis country."




lon e, d as h .e racH f i ns r un In o8 9 on A ale tu ll 10 D t t o ing 8 -ckws 11 e d of Ih r l cf r n Wloa t. won o
State nBarge.4R a slight n utuelso. abrhend railne n-on CT H. Rui 10-sa cas 0-1 An | Jack Dempsey said, "He'sI
oiceIan the betting over Io- ein To e l -.l W-Indsoro 3. Phillipsr 110 -nGood post position 5- Malt Vigor team l t yg reat prospect, biut he's still
coia chad,the winner for three The finish was In2h n --D. Duchess V. uOrdo. 113 -Not ready yet 15s s -1 at'thae Santa Cruzdl'-grl. green. He needs a lot of work.
ts thetd ioas ancexthen T rrewsQ 1 o1 thePt-arae on Mor. lo x110 -Doesd belonghepr e 10-1 n' ctl ichngth ab ac-1He' a good puncher, but he
cola stae sen ol Grand National wen Marshall 4-Beduno M. Hrley 110 -Longshot possibility 81 car tiers Sod take eaves himself open.too much."

















lWtad dhe onlidrtoo t3'.40h 2.0 1 ototrdt aT ch I l t 0oli P. de Remon CassiciPurs: 51,000.0 Pool cloes: 5:15
th o vr nero GrMdaoedt \lkteer rlknieh Bylpe PATo H ON E TW baebll turne and threwE It .n .uSK- N^So^^ ^ ^ II \ 4
o oSe e d he drove Mist home by length he -e Buche J. Bravo 115 -Has good nworkoutshp even1ofleWile
traced third ail the-turn I0nto O. five of 2h1 bem m 8raSOTA heA Flores 1082 -La is asvealing even n O ed,- eutful Rangy Scholz, scaling 158%
the homestretch wh reah (E he-=n 1 e a_ thhe wr evn ha mob hah ip od aterl by ponds to Andre1Inws' -1o55'n1ndis-
moved intohsecond ulace but rdidI n952. rplayedpunchN.oon 1 dey ller. tD li.
otthreatenT0. te winne This time It weedife re t Kand 'masoPanama City jeweler. Wii3lonsin youngster In the fifth
Vulicuot. botheadly outrun.thebcrowd estimated at 250,00 Sth Race "Marcos A. Gelabert Purse: 51,00.00 Pool close: 4:410- aaw Butler's girls d"Play- round with a left hook to the
Twinthefirst half. came up fans roared as the two horses Classic" QUINIELA Cdu neaarme chin. and by knoCking him
tIR fis t ha i f when clearing ot t-h o Bravo -Was bettera3-rlastyear's'capmp eAlemathrough the ropes with a right
third fwen successfully 3ehingofth e I Edgarr.B 112never3 Jr.as- have only beennt. In the seventh and by stag-







pDaleneths behnd toKv rtnhi. Jabnin1t ae""Imotd7FsPus:30.0Polcoe:5
Sttes B N ouit Bnd es.0 the houhet steeplechase obstacles 2-V. River J. Gongo. 110 -Distance to liking 10-1 back once tus flagon. Their on-
Mothr sart e in t he r.0 acle. d rhdin the world. 3-Noveno L. Valenzuela 122 -Great finishing kick 3-1 ly defe up to now has beenat gearing him on four other oc-






a.y othed rstrerv In .the srae. c fe opltn h as -hcsnedon HYeaza 100x-Dou~esn'tmbeliong 891
warnnever In contentiong. Those grueBline jumps over 4-Pino l. 1 s eo -1the d of their arh-rivals, clos.
'neleln Solo. heavily backed brash, fence, rail and water 5-Don Cute H. Ruiz 100 -.is also outclassed 50-1 leinan Jr. Dipal-g iris.
thid choice. paid $5.60 to win. onee again took a terrific toll 6-Aorieu V. Ordo 118 -Unbeatable If "right 3-14 In whining their ten garpes Irene Howard. The big bats of
01,1' 7Suprsun B. gul 11 -Ha clss lus3-1 this -season, the Soda-girls dWs- Del' Dillon. Evelyn Wilson. Janet







~"V Ioce VitrAOCE le Mandonly ihtoee horss ornaged 7.-uPeropon BI CAgul. 110 -Hrpdas class plus
nokejeo Soilboanrexcellentto- survive the tough g riid. -Joaquilio V. LCasti. 110 -Nothing to recommend 20-1iat







)~~~~~~~~~~lyd all. -aroundfnisespvorwer hittin2g- Enags V. ast. 1RubRyurMoforganof 2-1d
Tvr ejl ooURTH xcelletherc is u n13. -lbrs AAgl 0x-itnet iig81 .
SThe course was so jammed -'Dark Million. L Giral. 110 -Would pay nice price 10-1 and steady pitching by ace, WIlson prpvedtobe-toomuc
n a s ir t police sent a helloontet a- twifers, Joyce Aderson and for the opposing four teams.










Colmbin sarELus.20 Al l-tdori N lke I iral ac e
w da the only rider to triumph lOft to control the crowd. The 9 C a d \_10 P c :
More than e. Giraldo sred heliconter radioedinstructionO P e Rmon a se: .0 F ces
three victories, to waltle-tale equlpoed police E TWO BIG LEAGUE ROOKIES.. N
.To newcomers led the lone- In the crowd. 1.-RelampagoT Bravo 112 -In excellent shape 3-1
shots. Hih Heaven 2 aid 819..The.nrseq which came borne TMimtkteata A. Ycaza 112 -May miss Aguirred 4-1
for the Gav's best straight dl'- behind the linst three were San 5-Main Road L Giral. 126 -In A-1 condition even .7W#VA*II PA4040
videndwhlDakSner- Perloff. Martinaue. Uncle Bar- 4-N. Look V. Ordo. 110 -Distance handicaps 10-1 't*frCMO 7V04ALa.
turned $18.60. Iwathfis153.Suer('ron ndOnrwv. 5-AKi ng'sprize V Casti. 118 -Returns from layoff 20-
IoWpl victory, for each. Cnyuro6t-e7t'Cfvrt FOeflfJ.*UM1
The dividnds: wasone of 21 borses which -'dre .Gng 0 Nc fotI at 1- N AL RE-
Fb iiRensTRCwenaosrth hi 7-Welsh Fox J. Ghana, 108 -Could spring surprise 15-1
-0b'naa R512E60e3.20down'rkerevtei 8--Lion's Claw B.ha~ul. 110 -Disappointment so far 10-1AL AL


i-aloe Brand $3.60 2Ibasehll nlv that makes Jim household name. Running and Wi W
Seead Doable: (High Hea- Last night the first game of r".'iPlersall famous. catching baseballsr. he ais getting ATr aiw AMT7o... t
,- M.w Fett uSS3 the Atlantic-Pacific Twilight tu DurIng a more attention than some of
EIGHTB RACE League All-Star series opened at w rm-up at the the home run barons and strike-
.Drlk sunset $18.60. 4. 2.20 Mount Hope Stadium. Tonight. 'Red Sox camp.-out kings.
l #anevStar $2.20. 2.20 the two teams will move over Pl ers a ll was "He's the best right fielder
-- .. -jlta m *2.20. to Balboa and will alay the see- standin* near who ever lived," Bihll McKechnle
,O t: (Dark Sun set- ond wame under the lghts -at outfield. He said of him MKech
la)S.BqthoR Stndium. was t lki l a
~~*4tt) 51. Baloa Stdium.n ;PieraliJumps Into thne seats, -
S- here will be a presentaUtion l( wI t h Genera dives out onto the ground to do
trophies to the winning teafm. Man a g er Joe hs outdien He robbd Jo e I
ran Tip leanue-leudlng batter, leasue- Cronin and Collin Yodng. He robbed JoeHank
Fmnc lips Ibdira ater and most va: group of re- ue ofl home. nsYlaBertaseason
Oepl.aony.Ter W aaroles e .m-porters.'by reaching Into the stands.
DyCOIIEAJIC ,,j jc. The trophies will behrewsa 0
r resented b President Charles r'ot bati Plersall hit prompting his
W. Hamumond.' rack of a btIPesl i 22 rmtn i
Coe Probable starters for tonleht's egMialp*U and a baseball manager. Lou Boudreau. to say,
lmen MoRly nme are Orham for Atlantic came flying out Hecou play for me he
v KPtde and Hearne or ltr c the sky. dozens and dozens of_ vratd- 7 -..5 -edn an ex ._.
-. Whe m We. eamdim He wr l bee '30 yards fron the group. I Plersall was attending an ex-
7M% ie (ii Th best players will be re-I '"S eme a second. I'll behlbltion game as a spectator. A
Efla-resnted by both lsagues. so'right back," Piersall said, lan- thrown ball struck him an the
-rmned yidthlynes:soknee.
4-9* arw In the series have to tuldly. M a Bte it
'I- nn In tthesei h mt d Casey ten elsaw it ade a-
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U aa "l e lpedi1magnet. The ball lbMLIe ---:
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BY Fla".. -' ;
Well, fotts aa far as the fish are concerned, th A
still here. LOta of boats out this last week tl
mne in with ice boxes but full. Corblna werg
'he Carolabd no complaints. They caught
ze flh fry.
If any one has to "know-how" to catbcahrW.
;ct K. L. MIddletofb h has lost the olil touc.A
b season Kinwia bringing corbina a ndatt
very day, but tlt w early in the 'acr, SMtbh '
one so good. TV tb a 2blna
Kin spent tleJ ~ttBkeid at the andj s
abiper, grouper,. h44= pompano, lpemtc a
Fact, everythinRg t pean but cwbtna. l. a
It. some people wil. tetiX that comes from flnu
The boys fromn-the Atlantic side spent a .veel A tA uN
sing spinning apd pa rods. Several Taepfm tags
ere broken andatror alW ts they really load,
ull of eating fish. WL hav full details next we
Bamn Torrian and the boya spent a few daysi tip
rea liat week. Sam saaggj himself a possibleww amd
river marlin on 15 thread. u'ey raied around 50 lAo-
id evn a nd really had th Jseves a trip. They -M
looked three minra.. Tw .of those marn were landedMrh
as lost at the boat ater the leader was in th miate's
ot a bad ara. marlin up and two landed the other
ot by a bad beac.
Regarding the PWRua Marlin Club's dry eeason u unt
nd the line the wfbtui flsh were caught on. AUll-the nLftsh
ere taken on monofilament.I The only pries we ame: notfSw
i were the mackerel and bonlta. -i..w.
We do not sy that all the fish caught in the ktuwagnt
ere taken on monofllaqaent but reef fish that "W& plies eli
ere caught on nylon monollament line. This s Pe na t-
e ways to prove our toint that when the fishing to oti 13113
ing and monofilament line pays divIdends. .. -A f
The Army boat. have been cathing their Se* tt rSd ap-
*r and mackerel these last few w e6eks. Tb fraa4be Sptial
service Section of the Army has is to be commea9dF. Etry day
rvice personnel that have never qpught aAnt M argr than
sun Derch get a chance at Panamas ramousm lA
These fellows are the fishermen of tomorrow and We should
ve them every bit of help possible. RenemIer, oW bad to
art at the bottom Yourself and someone gave you a bLAd..
During the last few weeks we have received four or ftve fish
hat could not be Ideztified Egally. These .Sbh will be shipped
Sthe University of Miamit for fullinformaSto.d
Remember that if you cabetch a fish no one can Identify w
n ship it to- Miami at no cost to you and reert tk1e 1 as to
hat the critter is and his full history.
Panama no doubt has many fish that have never ealas-
fled, you can help yourself, the local faishermen and ttUnlfver-
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R GRIMM LIES a n-
othr outelder. Dik Sinovic, who
In six years in the minors manu-
factured U bome runs and drove
in 01 runl. With At last trip,
ic led the outer Associa-
toln in runs.batted-in with I, hits
with 3v1 and total bases with 319.
Runner-up for the batting cham-
pinship with .3., he had 35 dou-
s and 23 home runs.
Dnny O'Connell plays second,
third and shortstop. Jack Dittmer
is an excefllet defensive seeehd
baseman.
So wfth Jo ,dcoek at ft base
and Johnnb Logan at top and
Sam Caldee b ln up Del
Crandall b nd e plat, th e
Braves are as adund as Lou Peri-
ul's coatraedt business. ,
The Braves eoa get along very
well without,. Bobby Thomson
provided their surprising pitching
of list season was not a snare and
a delusion.
The Thomson injury must come
as no surprise to Mel Ott. When
the Scot first came up to the
Giants li 1597, Ottle stopped a
spring training session and warn-
ed Thomson that "you'll hIurti
yourself if you don't learn to slide
correctly." The slide which broke
his ankle was a poor one.


S -by

JOE WILLIAMS

' 5 MU DIL BSACH. You know, of course, they've put in some
role C for the grwnus' stiek Ill game this year? The
S lbers bs'onfthe old seA ee fly back a l.ft king
it about a a in I They finally get around to making an
honest weoan of the balk penalty. And they earns up with a
real dill. "the house-maid's special that may not even last long
enough for you to see n operation beak home.
This is the one whiqh says the players must bring their gloves
and other accessories back to the dugout after each halt Inning
Instead of nonchantlUy flinging them on- the gray stretches, as
has been.-the cuatoma shine* Pop Ansmon wore knee iiitches.
Everybody's squawking about it and the AL. by a 7-1 vote,
has requested the rules committee to kill it. There follows some-
thing more than a velledthreat that If the thing isn't killed the
AL will simply Ignore It.
Nobody seems able to tell you what valid purpose the rule Is
supposed to serve, except perhaps to give the outfield a neat and
tidy look which a Ladles' Day crowd might find impressive. There
are obscure references to safet,factors and freak hita, such as
balls getting enmeshed I -gloves. If these Items over posed a
problem or a menace they had 'stirred no official concern' until
the squeamish rules committee looked under the bed and sud-
denly saw a man.


REAL DAFFY, MAN
This is probably an example of what baseball officials do with
their Ume when they run out of smoking-car stories and the bar
S is clasd. How can you have any towering respect for their
thinking when. on the one hand, they take frantic steps to speed
up the games, and, on the other, adopt a law that must certainly
ad from 10.to 20 minutes to each game, a law nobody asked for
and for which apparently there is not the slightest need I
The atmosphere in which the committee Injected the balk
p l with common sense must have been less conducive to
S and loose nerves. This action was long overdue and
t Ias the betteroror t. As the rule was written, it was
Sble for the side which committed the balk to reap
Sule gives the team at bat the option of accept-
nalty. as is done in football. Why the rule
S> y in the first place is a mystery. An even
gr IS '.o.bvlous lIjustlio Inherent in the rule re-

MtLouls Cardg D-LS Dy1er became an im-
4fAndd with A f"ason. I forget the
afar off tb -hen he argued the
K OB-.It of the, W ld Series. One of Dyer's
a a W -run hom was immediately
a ? ^ ^ t when the00 a.balk on the
S" and, a.t40iu e ; tti was the
.IM Ws beat themin fThe pe nnlaft drive.
Th~ a ri a ArtaB fights notatean jackout
r qway because% i ts'ti l ow fas too
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*a ii &_tlmi bat) has no Implication or signiti-
S cIel ttfylea n anew to the indecision, VaeC adn ad
sy, of' asebtBaeir# leaders.


MOBE .38M r HITTER /
s s_ the same sacrifice fly the magnates banished a dozen
Y M4 N on the reasoning It was Impossible deliberately to hit
g fly. Which t s. A sacrifice bunt which advances
f t~he base lines is soAmething else, the intent is unmis-
Sa he skill Is spelled for a specific purpose, and the reward

tehin, has it been brought back? Well, surely the delib-
erate Iln fly i. no more an exAct silence today than In
the fore Isnecessary to look elsewhere for enlighten-

SYoul most likely find it under the common head of infls.
U thon. u show the sacrifice fly adds from three to six points
Sto A otters average for the season. Not a tremendous boost, to
be butba suffielent to make 300 hitters of the closc-but-no-
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GROSSINGER'S. N.Y. Mar. 27
(NEA)-The heavyweight c h a m-
ioan of the wirld is now one of the
Ctskills' own. Rocky Maretano
has gone the full cycle from lasag-
na and spaghetti to chopped chick-
enl liver and borsch with sour
cream. They're his dish.
The Italiano even has picked up
a new vocabularly to jibe with
this borscht circuit resort area.
What do you do in the locker
room before a fight when you're
alone with Charlie Goldman and
Al Well Rock?
"Oh," be schmooses, "we kibitz
a bissel."
"I ever tell you how I became
a fighter?" Rocky breezed along.
'There was this sergeant from
Texas- in our company y, and he
wanted to know if there was a
menseh (translation: man) in the
whole outfit.
"I had to show him.
"When I got back to Brockton,
Mass., and started in the ama-
teurs, Mom yelled at me, 'Rocky,
you've been fighting, haven't
you?'
'No, I haven't Mom. What
makes you think that?'
'Rocky' she answered, 'your
nose is getting flatter.' "
Marclano's courtship of his
wife, Barbara, started after he
saw her at a dance. He followed
her home to find out where she
lived.
"She was with a bigger fellow,"
he recalls, "so I couldn't very well
cut in"
What's the matter, Rocky, were
you afraid of him? .
"No, -kl cautious." -
Al Well,r'when he first took over
Rocky, brought him to a Jewish
wyddin and taught him to make
this introduction to everybody he
lnelrt "Glad to meet you, meshu-
genah kop f (crazy head), r -
.It was-a ter the 12th round of
the fit alcott fight in Philadel-
ph, where he won the title, that
?W.ti.Jumped into the ring be-
twee isfands and told him, "Roc-
ky,. re losing the fight. You've
=gs do something quk -or
sasitear you'll be treating. at
Stmnan's instead of Grporl n-
Ask him what happened In the
fst round, and Rocky responds,
fBh, he just hit me, and I fell on
spy tuschy (derriere)."
What was your Immediate re-
action. Rock?
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St PEDTZ IRG --a-(NE shoul *k around, had a kid
-Rival ma as and outs agrel from N vill, Billy Gardner,
tha-the U finish last season tal I Ugamy's place. Always
w so bad it doesn't have to be a lIant gMve man, Gardner
believed. NPxt to the return of didn't hit until last season when
Willie Jtys, that's the Polo he batted .308 for Nashville. He is
Groundtrs' blugest hoe. insaurat at shortstop where nal-
The acquisition of-the left-hand their Klaus nor Bobby Hofman can
pitchers. Johnny Antonelli and play.
Don Liddle, gives the New York Foxy foragers coming off the
Nationals a boost, of course, but Arizona desert tell you that the
does not transcend the fact that brightest prospect in the Phoenix
the players themselves know there camp is a 22-year-old shortstop
are too many good ones among named ,Foster Castleman, but be-
them to haye won only 22a of theause of two years in the armed
last 60. The Pirates did that well. forces and a knee operation this
Behind the pitching, the Giants Jacksonville. Fla., lad has had on-
are plenty capable enough, parti- ly two seasons in the minors. The
eularly with young Mays back. knee healed in time for him to get
Whitey Lockman, Davey Williams, In 20 games with Minneapolis last
Alvin Dark and Henry Thompson fall and he batted .368.
compose a first class infield. The Giants have pitching quan,
THE EBULLIENT AND WIDE tity for sure, and Johnny Anton-
RANGING Mays is flanked by elli should get a lift from compe-
Monte Irvin and Don Muller. Now tuition.
sound of limb Irvin Is a remark- ANOTHER CHEERING NOTE
able hitter, who moves up with Is that George Spencer seems to
men on base. The unobtrusive Mue. have staged a comeback. Spencer
ler batted .333 last year. was the club'srelief ace in pennant
Bill Taylor, a tremendously big winning 1951, when he won 10 and
guy, led the Southern League in lost 3 and saved 10 others. Spen-
batting' with 350 and during the cer has his sinker back and fel.
winter whacked the ball all over lows like Rosy Ryan the od1
Venezuela performing for Caracas. right-ha n d e r, tell you that
Taylor is not too accomplished in he is again a big league pitcher.
the outfield up to now. However, The Giants shipped Spencer to Min.
he's only 23, with two years out neapolls last year, and the expert-
for the Army, and his power picks ence seems to have persuaded him
him out as a young man with a to tak a grip on himself.
a chance to make it big. The Giants There are six tough clubs in the
could use a roaring bat. National League this season and
Behind the plate the Giants fig- other two are improved.
ure to obtain assistance from Ray But the Giants themselves feel
Katt, a Triple A standout the past that if the pitching measures up,
two campaigns with Minneapolis they're not out of it by any means.
where he batted .328 and smacked They can't be as inept as they
28 home runs last trip. were in playing out the string last
THE RESERVE LIST IS strong- year, and Amazin' Willie Mays is
er. Bill Klaus, from Milwaukee, there to give them a shove.


Playoffs Find NBA Cagers


Back .Where They Started
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By JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW YORK March 27 (NEA)-
At the end of a 72-game schedule,
the New York Knickerbockers and
Minneapolis Lakers, winners of
their respective National Basket.
ball Association divisions, were
asked to do the same thing all over
again.
Under the league playoff plan,
the two champs started a round-
robin playoff system in a home-
and-home series with the second
and third place clubs. That means
si of the nine teams in the NBA
will participate in the layoffs.
Somewhere about the 10th of
April, when most people are busy
guessing who is going to pitch on
opening day. the NBA will have a
champion of sorts.
Critics have assailed this pro
gram with the same slam given
annually to the hockey playoffs,
which include seemingly every
club this side of the amateur
leagues. Instead of pitting the two
league winners against each other
in a Wo4id Series type of playoff,
basketball has gone in for the
everybody-make-a-dollar way of
doing thins.


'MOUNTAINEER-Roeky Mar. I -
deane spends most of his time,| The round-robin setup is hard-
even between ght ithe Cats- er to follow than some of thO
ills, dipping borscht. (NEA) I lightning ball-handling the players
themselves put on. In announcing
the schedule, Maurice Podoloff,
"With all my friends there, I the president, was inserting more
felt awully embarrassed." tifs" into his speech than a *ard-
In the retnm on at Chicag o t ened horseplayer.


was Marciano who put Walcott
down in the first round with one
punch leading to this question:
"Rocky, you hit him with the
right uppercut flush. Why'd you
have to sock with the left when
he was already, gone?"
"I just wanted to help him
down."
One of the champ's great satis-
factions wa' being invited to the
White House fot lunch.
Was it the first time yoet ever
saw the PrTsident,t Rocky?
"Nae;" he. answers in his broad
Boston, "a" and a typical wrindle
of the brow.- "He once reviewed
our regiment in Europe, but I
never got close to him. It sure
was great over the luncheon table
to say, 'Please pass the salt,
Ike.'
If it sounds like a mischievous
Rocky who's encamped in the
Catskills, it is. He's only got to
fight Enqrd Charles June 17.


He had the slate drawn up be-
fore the Eastern standing were
finished an', after a careful study
of the outline, the only positive
conclusion which could be drawn
was that slight refinements could
undoubtedly -prolong the season
long enough to conflict with the
Army-Navy game. There w e re
round-robins and semi-finals and
finals.
The NBA owners point to the
need for money in certain fran-
chises, particularly Syracuse and
Rochester, both in the round-robin
cage hash. Eddie Gottlieb of Phil-


By BEANS REARDON '
24 Years in National League
Written for NEA Service
QUESTION: A throw from right
field to catch a man hpading to
third hits the third base coach and
bounds into left field. Can the 'run-
ner advance?


Answer: Yes, the ball is still In
play as long as the coach did noti
get "Imself hit Intentliaully by the
teas.
How many games did George
:K I appear in for the Boston Red
Sox last year and what did he hit?
A. Despite a chroiec bad back,
he was In 134 colests and batted
Je7.


. : years was Bob
he had his first 20-game season.
A. Feller wason 24 games in his
farth year --ISI with Cleve.


'RUN IN THE FAMILY-Two Bosto R d Sox fledlglin- 1 Q. How many years has Dave
_secom generation Ibeah stars-talk things over at the Bosox' Koslo been with the Giants?
Sarasota. .ep. Alken Van Alstyne, left. is the son of Clayton I
Van Altyne, who played for Washington io 1927. Guy Morton, A. The stcky southpaw Is start-.
a c tcher, is thesonof uy. 8r., Cleveland pitcher tII 194. t l,& tg Iffs (4ti season a l PFele
n..sti n very. ... ... ... ... .
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adelphia, who isn't in it this year,
says "It gives the teams which
didn't make much over the season
a chance to get well."
Nowhere in all the planning, how.
ever, does the key to the game's
future-the fan-enter.
How are you going to bill a reg.
ular season game as "crucial"
when everybody knows the same
teams will be right back in some
sort of a playoff way down at the
end of the season?


By MURRAY
A Baseball player nowadays has
got to be built like a football play-
er before the scouts are interest-
ed in him....Gerry Coleman's re-
turn isn't the only reason the Yanks
aren't brooding over Billy Martin's
induction--Dr. Bobby Brown, now
in Tokyo, is a strong, bet to rejoin
the champs in June....
Furman's Frank Selvy, the' eut
standing basketball sealer of the
year, wlH wind up the property
of Baltimore In the NBA draft....
Suffering from an asthma tic
condition last summer, Ralph Kiner
was sent to a Pittsburgh specialist.
The doctor, who wasn't apprised of
his patient's identity, put Kiner
through a series of allergy tests.
"Young man," began the diagnosis
to the famed slugger, "you're al-
lergic to grass. I recommend you
et a job in an air-conditioned of-
ice!" ..,
Hind-sight look at Terry Bren- .1 lip's .
nan's Notre Dame appointment: It
was the Rev. T. M. Hesburgh. N3- 0 a '''
year-old president of the univer- j
itly, and not Frank Leahy (al- l""'" i
though he was consulted), who R lphKisner,+ w ,
brought Brennan back to N. D. perfecT le geal- d to mhe
from Ml. Carmel High as fresh leam's basket...
coach Coach Dudey Moore,of Du
There was a significant quote ne is being pushed for the
by Washington skipper Bucky gan State basketball CeeOn
Harris when asked if pitcher Harry left vacant by Pete Newell...Wi
Byrd will help the Yanks. "Brawn, if he gets it, would ber irony,
he said, "is no substitute for Dudey talked ace Duke soph
brains." . New pitching coach Si Green out of switching
Ted Lyons of the Dodgers has chigan State after moody S
been in the majors for 32 years his Christmas vacation o Mt
without being on a pennant win- Spartan campus ....
ner...and in fact was in baseball Richle Ashburna the mest '=
from 1923 to 1950 before landing looked player In balsebnafl iMa
with a second-place team-as a personal nominee for tlMSSK
coach for Detroit the latter season. Uonal League batting tiW.4a.
Who has to join the Navy? When Rocky Marcuaso
Wrestler Vern Gagne travels more Joe Louis, it was an epic mos
then 150,000 miles a year to fulfill in the ring, the final momehat
his mat engagements...., a great champion, everybody 11l
The next big sale from the oast ally tearful sad orestfas
League, since Tom Aiston's $100,- Louis lay helplIss between *4W
000 grab by the Cards, will be an- ropes. Rocky refutes the t-
other first-sacker- either you ng he was somber, too: "I wavth
Jimmy Westlake (brother of Wally) happiest guy In the house."
rejoining San Francisco from the Lester Scott, the Madisaon
Coast Guard, or Jim Marshall of Garden pubUelter, is theo
Oakland ... A note form the Coast guy in town when the
says Charley Dressen goes in for come marchlag down th'
hand manicures ... but neglects New York (to augar la theM
to mention whether he's resumed -"I take the first one by t.iO
his passion for post-game garlic drag him late the l m
sandwiches.... 'Here It's all years. Y
There's a reases (eldes creak. the ticket requests.' ... IV
lag bones) TV wit yMeve Allen Between you'n'me,
would rather watch than play bas- spring train g games are
ketball. The last time he was a boring than a Garden pe
participant in Chicagoe rm ... and a trifle more incon|I[ei
mar seho contest, Nh ewisd a tal.... A



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fused by it all. For ex-
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ght 4 N.e AmeYoranAwou TWENTY-NINTH YEAR PANAMA. R. P.. SUNDAY, MARCH N8. 1054 'Sil cENT4
here at 4:03 p.m. stand-
-workers commuting from
it "7 a.m. standard time i .




kating Today. FORST,Ms,.arh 27 (UPt dfarm famly of near here,, re- in Indian custody duren b the "Over here, the pn axre to ,H
llN Ine Boston at 9a.m.he -Te res go n lT uveld Wesd.n p Ce l ione of unt to a.


'aull.hters of Mr. and Mrs.who chose communilm disclosed tmarked C hanton,.hina, nd. Mrs. B"ell sad, We have .fin'-. Repos ----m ... ham. -.me .as
t hornard of Lineturn tr purportthe letter.e return address, Mr.ad grieving over ouho, but we Boo curta n peat out t in
-tnd Dixie --. went differ- dayv calling or farmers t "o- 8Oth.o o, elf, Chn se Red Crose are glad to get any word from-Chin-a, .where td problem is "- .
ueirsections u urng a school aanize," to Fight "WalliSr.et- Society. Pe .ina," him. famle Insted o su us, the
tla, era," and for the parents aT tha The Bls sa the ndwritng | he samd she felt tere was Saovernment la having Forble in
. dalanned ie skating in spare American PWs who stayed looked l r sons, although sti a e e would 'return efforts to ncr reduction
ixkating Today. FMllard Nb. The former POW. March 23ye7 (UP farm family of near here, re- In Indian custody duite: ak ng the peren the peoplehi and


LN Neb. (UP) T h e -Thed their parent to tell the Bell. added in theletter letter. Theaid their son was ome da of will return. ouask uea e you
iB bthe coudnc.n a purported letterwil be fromtime" ore after inge returnoadre to enter hers anieving overs Owill be ut we bo Itin powit out that

t two left. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Elbert A, Bell, a "oushoul feel roud to havelfer...Tel the American people y o'ti believe ti Aen or-
d Dixie went difer-da.callin- a son weolls ing for peace to stanre d to brave and wo a- rdfro anmrin all h ath l of l the 1
ft during -i to fight-Il and hapltret- Society. P u i eople flst Wall treeters, th et her Americans wh l e repatrIa-
a. ers-V," and for the parents o wr'othe The l ex-orpora w the h o w She said s n he feant th prere was government havn trouble
nned ice skating in are21 American POWs who stayed lookharged like their son'sorably although stier ll a chance he would capetured it effort te o a the ors ion.
Donna went to AspenColo.,in China to visit t r. a little finerr" but noted that hom eari on NovB. 19him- Bell we ent on in the le the
Dixie to Millard. Neb. The former POW 2yearold there waso wife the sel, wrote: ask his pa worl oreednts to write hid aom n d
ug bul they couldn't. Dixie "'it3 will be some tAe before I'll after the eighth grade to enter era and si steras will be." to e you with ,o tllt.
td ackedl. Just growing pan. d p p-be back." the Am...o h p a llh onur dple what we stand E concluded san. if



t should make you feel Mrke a yound Mrs. Elbert A. Bell s parents so d they had ..Tel the Americans t o soea y .et b-e mst en or-e"an "
- wrstton twho is e orume oor peace to sand upe f the an d fight a-he an all he famU .
number of times and sent tape answer to why they havetter I to eria i wh ue repatria-
recordingste to him x-corrwhen heo was to t down their crops. tion and- press government





e ir after Cl, who w captured togiveThe Earth ouall thts to
refusrn5 rer$aSi son rd North Koreans on Nov. 30 19 dd, come 'nd see for yhlao on. thel





Bell, who left a wife, Jewell, wrote: worl of freedom anours. dwever,

Feeling "creaky" in the knees? Just growing painsOlvmpa. Wash., wetrom thee:izaon then when I wasa a e onhe of you etopay e ua





e ai st i a l. o. youngsele. Thestere lsdoe are pow, we would
*,ofs v al. Jut roingH-- Bathe-e h m.fouvan ypr o. 'l-ov n cot naduted by the 3rd Infantry
h e d below are all leading useful lives at advanced ages --dems or quetojust ask of tae erse #tr. deni S
the. for our work. *giat h,












Hirhouleeyaus lhe tlr l a. parentt said Pthet had-"Telte nrnu. .. e..... ....t t s ...d
gmotes from th e shattering bl st harmful i n any o lway to human I-Dr re d. In
shoudmkeyouFfeel lk ao sewrett.n th;.e former sodl.er a and ts e if they an f6d the o n t l o R m






an lear of ted mes an sent tape animals or crops why they have to C iaeri c O W, .
recordings to him when he was to cut down their crops.






research ec t expand served after some' of the pre-Monthly A Kbbe





that the pr vallin upper wind Vou atomic tet n. The m fllowin tw o days allows
dire oni f rom the northern The Civil Defense AdntDra- te t osderable time cted by
Me tlaI class thmndcovers ap-
0 o ly 1-2thfwrr sw. -owever.
WASHINGTONs WenerA W.ee J2toIBtllg reletehadsethso 6- af YedIn h o timer




aerstht or e ati r- e the w 't ercos"rdmr en e and os epseffective
dmer and other diue d o the loion for publo howil n un4lIeaf.on ecla ment Onare





r, whe 'lbIee nxt, y, a I her mlser,.Lmau test ase were exo o rdio- levialon stations and that prs.rt toureh, and ca.l day astu- By K O. GILMOa e "
W taninstera beie r th lhy4l active "fallout" roem Se Bini It was the 15o blt at n a are S iven a neld exerc
v latthe|whmseom~bl^ ^.ageteMMt^ar^a. bombr cloud itndictse at the wetok whu h wped ut the test nc bh the ycaty o ex 33rd Infantry W GTO.Mar. (NE
wind was ount o the t on the island and scooped a crater a a I a teepone teams -Ben Robert 8 Kerr (D. Okla.

from a leeowdayof 10 miletlsore bins explosion wacs dwarfed, er o krdol provrvtnh aeepate rrnCtoredtan. Br here pnd tAe



at 20,000 to 30,000 feet blttture however, by the recent h-bomb mrecatn i cse os any e er- thret ored t'rann ard
re00 to 50 miles an oer test. The V Federation of Amerni- tesueny. eo t ri o el t. om
active duat l the tlou was w ln are approaehin orders of msa reunite wth a raven-haired girl Ta e A d Rt
Id. over the fisherme nitqe where close control not l from Vienna, Austria. They met
l east of Bikini, by the only bomes difficult but ef- while both were prison in



time it had struck n ut over o pa n fects in fact may become in-o t e Redsoeatnrs.ard conifonrth, andcaabldayJitm- reen ty 0 nLou e
b Tue radiation spread report- aulmin ator Pkly onno

A nn Men Enjolng m. mne" nnday'useUPu
whamsplailerder tn the v r smRLI', March 7. (UP) pr of tss city, and thus risk
wdat oftheuonpse island hermen, was in the gene prd andwe last June'ts -then RoertS. oerrmh
daro e eral nrea of the ttest whose un- workers revolt in er the oviet is ihi p o tike the chance. in ter
WhItsadndsparalleled mathtude te. Teol Ts e o yHigh Commisshion d 'tk likrer is any oth- ed to As ake It
tapartofhew r pioneers and weather experts by unde tod mr way immt e ai d after he could Jimme told her into the country
Bxty dollars and elbow grease surprise. xoso wThe. a aCommrinn alid a made the declpon, some day Woould o to an uhtr-en





off-duty recreation t0o the men be possible for the cloud peri-b o1bwe that Inly. betwfan 150.- ter le t ofd hRe tsaff in barbecued. o ib.
of Battery C, 03d Antiarcraft cllest carried aloft by the explo- o0 and e00r000 ofrthe -00,000 i helpng dnPv. Not l after that, e in the r Boin to r-
hArtiherM Automatic Weapons Son t to han i tether enough to "mom"let COo Commfnhrt k' a w"h, Bow cmla he- drab surrounCsni.of t soviet b r -
Baetaion adut eou Davis. wh onatitute a hazard for very members be inded loy the danerousouNArey prison m, the two solemnly
"sThe dv. taken from the Char- lont. ve in the test region itr t eto ifthe l yarep. vro ie aAutra.e mta -
a filhnda boatof 8ix w eeks of re- ly short distance and onlt overf pear divided by internal pam- bere a err her wf
Sstiitable stuChoret river feih- section the cloud was carma ed by fet- olIneLsrtgnto Romunism.i ne a uiaMin ea O inn Vnepte s f
W h iteato ard c o n tin d penta l Inith e c e nt er T hetfil mof m a n y classesoo mthed calc ulab le." eh nd th






tae b M 1 auder mar s a hehom the boat from thihe pldtioned repo rts that the evry e t i Germ Jio mie reae h he tthey or hn eandoe
At 20 ,000 to 310 ,00 feetdAlt t uS ciho w e e n, b y th e ce" tsin a mu chn iyrna b ode t y .





Cat. Billy le, C harey rations were described as non- have be n led onm tnhemr ad oe
Batt ermtar. emodelin e sense e t a rtyh Iyerd e p r In BelpingerWhenT 1
wadone by thea m o th3e bat- 9farcto EL, Mac 2m a(t, thIe t e to tkl theom iet be th
atquisetuon oftthe -foot u oat TWO Photogrhaers ehnr n rd c t.r f. -ethtada he ueesr ir egl








Fdbytheng ot 1htren Coverinb Events bl a.st.., ..
This grouptIncludingi23byata- Cnnllyipilsdifirutmembers have boto w[reeh presowoedI







en their first chance at a fish of Werne B aschoffa i taff phoe n- from us .hews l
.the toardn class, acctnord c to oral r for Lif e testwhoed un worker revolt in tr he"Bo y
oe.he ainen here a early nexpt week orts to dloe nan t o l e -.
'tb Isnnesidarktwims ti batd ta fterehehe.coldhe~ ftoyrcaendnoo hcotr
o-ycook, eis reatonR the menbe pMbeforl bthe floudai-oer thae n m betwea """T-
ter1h_ te Cha -o lon..nve icnthte to e st e -.oit te artha thpe Iadrh 4o dngto-teroi s our nde
paliers an rem geramaeaofoe thytestwhasd rnnworkers e a t h e her e i wit.


n boaa wi te I e thr ewme-ay program and is espe- the eve or me paxya
R to Its retum to thAM ted and personal asRic, according tiZEWs= Iergan eL ale f 1 prol f <
t last ye ar to new received here. torn by dissent. r ..
Tie usual starter time for Another Life photographer, from the June uprl and .the tra at to
Strls 4t 4 P.m. Supper. usually Carroll Beghers is here to pho- .-Walled "new or whiok .. "new .5
see drinks and sandwiches, is tograph the witer follies and playv.s down the buflat a Mt ( -A te-
ied a the boat. Although a ding programs at Hotel II slain uDeiA eMs
f.of -nsaref pooL The June workerins.
-i l thdflve w men ib piot ws mothered after the. S asan ;toI n AB
44. asy man the boat's four rods, T 'y,y ThAgi w called M o V pien nda ini n af s. .nst r looked 3 ta t
vw owed by the boat ana two BEDFORD.' (UP -Mrs Tan17 nm nber Ofpwaymey Intim; as,-maw
Ihet o ae Craig was so delighted Communast bpoyl=e" -monhl
:usf h ovabslI the boat wasm e onea ns wered the news-.Inc
Wthe n a coat of 'ellow pa at I ad aoumst her lost dog, say- .gas ad1go 4 0 _%_bb
VIM.e at trima and christened it bd b e efed, that sh a.I sh a
"am

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Hoy to Tie Litle Yarn Dlls


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^ ft -lawoof o. bad

newtm weOf of as e eflabr-
pssflsss.'-4p art *I aeutHs late-,
-atin jf-rss old desi- f-l a
paper. 4awMurkuu teA,wMs r~
OGggMme IN ON$aae stageed (E
as far eebk e the 6om In 1-
tempe to oarMe nm desige for
The Ide them sw to aIdM a
pvee of papir n two e 0 e to a
it to form beulwl apumefr-
cel design whMa -wold ppesar
whok the ppr wM smufoiMed.
Most were eairvmely fraw9.


Our ~o ft01 ie. ti to o o
Mes so, e* A pg p eal -lnto
WAs amM a eft- p pre Mos 1 M"
AIo" ad moed MI- "4*P
Ur- W em lkowtes. Our memtoe:
In d pk w the des, a ,
oily the angers.
Thrw'e eo Saw sgdalt em-s
beSaAbsh Jgurss with color of
deeorstime, of com e.
fhoee SAot at li t aid below
wee crmsiled by eemme oGreen,
Jewe Microgge, Ralph Bolle-
booak ad farf M e fd emIn.


WHO IS rIT--Uw iaW S TO &.D OUT


EMIA C. M Kcj


FAVORIT blonde of nurery-tor
la- is" hidden la this olor grap he
.Vppetn In a scene from the story. To
determine who she IS, use colored pencils
or crayons to shade in the apases as fol-
lows:' C(bor all areas marked 1 with
violet; 2-blue; 3-yellow: 4-green, 5-
orange; 6-pink; 7-bright red. If you do
not hive pink, use red lightly.
Don't let the many segments shaped as
faces fool you. There is only one complete
Agure in the drawing.
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WATCH OUT HURE

A WATCH indicates
that th n t imes
eleven forty -five. I
the entire dial were
moved around to the
right a distance
equivalent to five min-
utes, what time would
the hands indicate?
*"Luul M -T_ gC*i@


Aswm
CLMUDC
0".
onll
ns"W


W W a X W N


" CAI eo Jt ee
*you acrl s o r
Md Creek footh
bridge now. What
a splashl" ltiag
ed ig MU to
*l t ri ad ts.
Charl.
"What makes
you so ureT"
"Well, your
weight I s2 6
pounds. The three
coconuts you are
carrying welga x
two pounds eaeh.


two pounds moe
than the apa4ty of tfU ble
"hinlk nothing of it," replied Charley. 'TO me
you a wager I can cross the bridge In one t
with the coconuts, and Ill not exceed the capac
at, any time."
How did f Charley propose to do it ?
*pesm e lsq ao sa Mee sslugnln a seIsiU

THE MATING SEASON
"TrN masculine nouns given below are all seek
I feminine "mates." now many can you fil
1. Basm 6. Exector
L. Bok I. tester
3. M2: Jab umh DeL
&. Fadse L Abet
L. Beet 10. Fex

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SQuipto-Gramn
UIPo-GRA w are substitu-
Q tlon olpher pmblama in wlhiah
the solver is askMd to restore the
original letters of an amusing
quip. That part of the story
given provides a clue to the sense
of the oded line.
Wiseuy, boardint a crowded
bus: "Wl, Neak, .s yoIr as
funl?"
Bas driver: "*A1L STW
1B, qz NML'IL QWBZMB 5L

CRYPTIC HINT
SOMM of the more common two.
letter words are no. an, in,
we, It, us, to, or, Qo. ia, as. If.
Notice that more often than not,
however, the second letter ls a
consonant.
Sa..'uop euo itoq
*J.a. *J.T *i 1tJ emoo.. :**uv

Gunning for You


I" AN Inventor offered a new Idea
117 In heavy artillery to the mill-
tary anthortles. He said that
when loaded the gun he had per-
fected would fire 60 shots at the
As rate of a shot a minute. A test
was arranged It was Sound that
er It would Are 60 shots an hour.
OODLE The gun wa rejected. "It will
S not do what you contend It will,"
rhoe observes maintained.
Pag. "But It did!" the Inventor pro-
] tested. Nevertheleih, the observ-
ers were able to point out that
it had not performed as promised.
How had It failed T
AOqU P -3 MA 3 1 f)OqU 09 WV
S01 jnoq O qo" 3 aI ng o;R )uu
I aql Miwi h e *enilu 0 Ouml
XU, sao spesm A04 pinoM mg3
Siflnuiw m *eo 5o *|J *Oi r aiqoqi
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CLUE-DOODLE


By D. X. Wooduas
HMER to a doodle with num-
bered olues: Begih at the
top of the vertical bar, draw a
continuous line that croease (or
misses) the lines in the figure
the number of times intcated.
Of course, when you fnish you
will want something more than
a wiggly pencil mark, so harn's
an added requirement: Tour aolu.
tion is to show a well-Inown
symbol that can be found on al.
most any page of music and It
indicates something higher than
It is lower.
Solutloa is shown elsewhere on
the page.

Figure It Out
P GURE this out by trial and
error until yoa get the right
answer:
What number is as mush
greater than 36 as it is less
than 94?
ns aJqwn, *uLL :-nav


. 3 *ieasy to.
maketittle
Yaks d4t"-at
can be weon ec
your oat or

1. WIn yarn
around a 4-chc
- piece. of heard.
board about 20
times. Tie at top
in double knot
with pieceof
yamn 10 inches
long. Then cut
bottoms r e ach
loop. BIde tfhow
cardboard. 3
2. A litte me n
than a half-inch
down oim knot,
wind inch ph-
around 8 Utmes.
Knot. Trim.
J L.UtB yarn
Stands o n a*.
aide. Ti the l
trends la middle
with hnrch pl e.
ke Make double
rip knot BameN for
ty other sie.. c0ut
one-half inch o s
end of each
s trand m both side. Wl*d -
inch place around doU's waoat. Tle
in double knot, and you will have
made a yarn girl dolL
ing (Tie loee ends at top together,
d? making g loop to put over your
coat hottml)
4. To make a yarnm. boy doll,
follow above directions. Then di-
vide loon strands in hal. Wind
piece ON yam about 1-inch up
from bottom, around one side
other slde. Trim all mend evenly.


Leter Sahuffl
R ARRANGE the letters in the
word table to make another
word. Time limit: two minute.
,,TOlG a pjom nqiov sea i T

1DOGOGRAPH t


THIS Doto.
graphhas lit.
orally gone to the
dogs. Beside the
two pupa now in
plain sight, two
more are hidden
midst the do Is
and nupbem. To
make tem ip-
pear begh at dot
one (In e"ch hab
of the drawla)
and draw a odR-
Unuous lhe from
dot to dot eonse.-
utively. Where
two numbers ap-
pear beside one
dot use the dot
for both. After-
wards, try color-
Ing the pictures,
but first see if
you can guess the
breeds of the
missing animals.

jqajO3 v 3inev
DOUBLE
TROUBLE
How tfast can
you think of a
word onotalain
a double a?
Double a
14 SiqiMp "M
-uOO mr-f o0 JO3
* etiqnop seIq
j.mug cagey


BudIt Yourself A New Frame Z (OSSWORD With Wisom M t

a I.mm --- .IVORVsIa-S-TJ -- ----


PoPPe apWwer to. pl-
.- tun ref- .. to
anag utraIthi*i a ae tost al-
wwsprian .to iif straight,
convey w aing ta p-oo look
"eOoed. lfere mol am e au o an
4lleary hattre yu ceM make
Matsrlas: A plece of white
pO or plywood (dmO aI piec
t nptereuating grain) ap-
a MUetely bIU be. A pieee
ccamwhute oarod approd-
wawy anol.Odibefmn ta cpe.
IbIUow d"dns gmo above
Smattintrg&am.Bad eadbood

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Answer, Quickly
CAN you answer each of ULe
SpoIere within a minute?
4. It a carpeter receives e
for sawing a board into two
length, how mch abould be re-
celve to awing It into fw
lagth? T. What three dgures
multiple by tmor gve'll" .
Syou caught a Sue ae foot aad
half of Itself i bow log
would it be? 4. M& A.ntftl had
two pairs of t1uaB twite. We
ay cd i s it?
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By lugene BSlefer
HOWMONTAL
I-What is the eighth book of
the Old Testament?
5-What did Christ preach?
10-Wound incrustaton.
14-For two year,. the people in
what continent heard PauI
preac the Gaosel? (Ato 11:
15l-Oeratic solos.
If--Vmided eaoutcheon.
17-Causes to remember.
W-Jesebel's father (1 IKL 16:3)
21-Commotiom.
2-tAnd-measure.
4-Veteran (abbr.)
blnding
21-Wh w e bered about
b earv--- ? (Luke 10l0)
5o-What Job down a mon
(Job .8)


S l ofa enither.


6


65-Female relative.
ss-Fish net.
8-Preflz; against
6.-Promontory.
70-SerfLi
71-Mexican coin.


V TICAL
1--- Avis (a rare bird)
2-Employed.
3-What are the 1ith and 16th
books of the New Testament?
4-Abrm pitched his tent be-
tween this place and Bethel
(Gem 12:8)
ibM tile for priests.

a-Theacknowledged
Sthe b prie (John 19:
I-Animal fat
10-Weep convulsively.,
11-Twea.
12-Wl="
13-Br ed encircaing sons.
Deelr in heedwar.




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49-Plmece of rass.
50-City where Christ ertorned
his frst miracle (John 2:11)
52-Ausers.
"-Garments.
M-ftrtkh ever.
55-LoyaL
57-Accomplished.


s5 akes nourishment.
6-He and his brother drove the
cat upon which the ark was
carried Sam. 6:3)
l2-Poessalve pronoun.
--Dip slightly into water, as a
bird.
67-Within.


FOR CHUTING PAINS
S OONER or
later a l am aI
fry get around to I y I
building and ax-
perimeaUng with
toy paracutes- \ 7 /
espedally hand-
kerchiet para-
chutese as h as //\V
the one iBn stt!-
edatright.To gt STRING-
this one in the
air, Sgap it at
the very top;
swing the weight -RIVET
around several ,
timnes.nad leto .
in ia uad director, A oon a the weight be.
Ein to the chute will open and descend slowly.
Pratice in a open field.


It's Your Move


F takes a hacky number of
moves--even-for white, mov-
lng first, up the board, to wear
hil opponent down, but the big
play revolves about square 18.
Can you plot the strategy?
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ARSENIC doesn't taste half as good as a coldgla,'g .tnilk
to Bryan Sklore and Mary Jamnowsk4 .MlnUau 'u mg.
sters who found some of the paonn I neaigbr'i garage
and .ate it. The arsenic was pumped out of their sto&achs
at the hospital and they were given milk to take trplace.
EM, .. .


THOUGHTS OF SPRING turn the fancy of Pancho, the orangutan, toward a breezy bon.
meet at the Bronx zoo. From where Pancho stands, he thinks he makes a fetching picture.
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$275,000. The house has 13 rooms.and is painted a combination of white and blue. The
owner, Monreglio Oreste, arrived in Venezuela six yqgrs ago from Italy without a cent to
hUi name. He started a catering business and banched outinto giant chain of stores.


HEADING FOR the world's championship rodeo, Ellen
Tower, Phoenix rodeo queen, leads her horse to its trailer.
Horse will take part in world's longer, all-horse parade.

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ARLENE AT HOME BRIEFfY.
TAKE A DEIP BREATH and follow us through a Week with television's "lady -dy-
namo," Arlene Francis, who also appears, on radio, attends all the Broady.ay .pe Wf
nights, topesu numerous parties, ke .t- a T'-MoM at4i- tanM house tor herseflanf& Kt
family and still finds time to read to' her ievenear 'eld sob, Peter. Her latest
is an hour-lonjg Monday-through-Friday show for the lady of'the honse., In addi
is the sparkling star of six other television shows. Miss Francis dmitis,-though,
new show may cut.Aaen onher pl gp d irty-gi .ea bad
Gabel, r-ik In the iiimo ciaswao abeiue he Is busy as a& ,' ducer,


SMiss Francis ee through her moil. Photographs are from shows In whidh she soirw.


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TH= EMPBAXB I week as he g
of war. in suh eand ..
.nd AutrMia. d men di.l etumWe4 the B
ydr bomb. .-
In 111W gon, CongN vted ew Snds for n* IMa.
mtonc c... -with -Deffort to are te es.
At the White House,. gP, n emrw ord"a a t
bigger stockple of mb and And a-i
Pentagon, the announceAment that more M t. ot
bombers are heade for the French forces In lqo. ,ar fw .
china. taing,
A nervous world s watching as America tests the M be
ult ut. weapon theo hydrogen bomb. Aimed at sa,
The United States exploded one hydrogen device used to build
fthi year In the Pacific and Ic getting ready to set anticipated tn
off another. They're hundreds of times more power- overseas station
Wal than any weapon- the world has ever known. And
the world is nervous. Post office
It worries about radiation, for instance. Two Amer- had heard so ,
lean scientists reported that various atomic tests have close down thi
spread radioactive dust "everywhere in the world" Representati
but in harmless amounts. The scientists Professors shirtMe von
;Senko and Cocconi of Cornell University wrote in bout the antics
the magazine "Science" that the dust Is much less burden of the
dangerous than that which showered down on Japa-. and other tra
nese fishing boats. already Iaded
Twenty- one Japanese fishermen were flown to beany reducti
Tokyo for further treatment of their radiation burns.
They'll be cared for by experts who treated victims Arguing thai
of the Hiroshima atomic bombing In World War II. only lead to m
The fact that radiation can spread so far as In soildatlon, the
the case of those fishermen has prompted extra- tion.
ordinary political moves in Japan. The five major Tne plan, de
political parties drafted a resolution proposing inter- boa Heights p
national control of future atomic tests. only, was delay
And an Australian physicist urged the United stuoy could be
States. to think twice before testing another weapon. At meetings
Dr. John Blatt .- who attended American universi- the Governor:
ties says large-scale pollution of the oceans might which may be
result from hydrogen explosions. becoming aware
From Europe, there was more of this nervous ap- Ing here."
praisal of the H-bomb. A member of the French A-
tomic Energy Commission said that theoretical- From Washli
ly there is no limit to the size and destructiveness nal Co. will he
of the newest hydrogen weapons. And a United Press federal agencle
dispatch by Robert Musel In London explained why An Amendm4
Europe- has reason to worry about any atomic war. committee to
Appropriations
A hydrogen bomb dropped In the middle of Britain. closing down a
said Musel, would. spread a "danger area" over five the treatment
world capitals London, Paris. Dublin, Brussels and Only lacking
The Haue. would clear u
"This says Musel, '"s the vulnerable continent," the Canal Zone
The iouae Appropriations Committee voted Friday and other agent
the biggest atomic weapons program in American "and medical f,
history. ly was respo
It approved $10l,01000,000 t build and tst\bMgger pf the agenda
and better atomic and hydrogen bombs at a much -
Jaster pace. Two days
T'he Committee approved every cent asked by the pressed their
Atomic Energy Commission for weapons development. of jobs, ear
o -. Height. thal
President Eisenhower ordered metals and minerals eihotk woul
stockpiled so a Russian attack would not cut off the teMachig sa
nation's supplies. 184 ia 19 s
The'White House also says the big new program o u, tee d. a
VIhi11 out what It alls the nation's "distresed actors In the
industry. Western Congressmen are cheered o Hotel t n.
the announcement. do ert, rmai
SDeten e Mobilizer Arthur lemming will head the Ideas and th
long-range program. He says it will be of consider- I.s newadru
able magnitude" and will call for more than the half.- eTeed a gr
a-bll. dollars Mr. Eisenhower asked for stockpiling combination r
In his new budget. -a expressed
French forces in Indochina got good new e from two Medxal Conv
Inside Indocnhina French union lnfantr troops aes dica
wit the help of plnes and artillery drove o. o buffets and.
nt Viet Mnh troops from two key hills near Dien arranged
3len Phu. But officials warned that a second all-out Rem6n and Pan
Communist attack on that fortress may come soon, ed the eventd
In Washington, a Defense Department announce-
Sient said the United States will loan the French 25 SpeakiMng of
ore light bombers for Indochina. In addition, the nouor, mt
United inw..n....afe
nited tates ill supply more ammunition and other geny ambulSia
supplies as part of the regular military assistance H to
program one Is not ne
That announcement came as the chef of the consternation
French armed forces Gen. Paul Ely ended a six- -e o nom ti
day. visit in Washington. Ely talked with President poyes the
Eisenhower and other top officials. According to in- on .
formed sources. ly warned that Dien Blen Phu must r P .ana mia
be held at all cost in the face of the upcoming far returned
eastern conference to be held next month in Geneva. Caracas. ,Ven
Communist East Germany may use Its Soviet-style accordedaPa
sovereignty" as an excuse to torm an army. accorded a Pa
That's the forecast of Informed Westerners in Ber- T-.... o
.nn. They say that Russla's move in making the Pup Tu.- andsof.
pet East German government .-sovereign" may, be to;,,W .-a
followed by announcement of the army and the draft p r to Si
f East German I8-year-olds Some expect the German sort,
Beds to announce the e moves at a Communist party crned b yjwte
Congress in east Berlin Tuesday. l-- oxiwtta
-0 o amanlan wome
Italian Communists may be in for another disap- nansof West
rmtmenton their latest move against Ambassador Humberto .
Thirty-four Communist and pro-Communist Italian fey... ov
Senators called on the Italian government to aak the Iaa..hC.:t5
recall of Mrs. Luce on' the grounds that sheis al- sught-after -
legedly Interfering Lni toterna atSls of Italy. ed anu*mber
A government Upokesman in Rane calls it a ,tvni. Leignad.er H1
cal Communist maneuver., Other government sou s ve pa e.r Hwe
say tere's not a chance that the Red demand wiu .... to pu"


kftpIn_ and .ra.di to take it easy on stepping up kind of items a
Trade ,wth Russia. It's a pretty
The Kremlin has been campaigning for more trade Ish and Freon-
wit te west. and Britain abcid Frene have hinted restrictions on
tea are t ntrested. The .. ed -n ntoes net oi- iton say this
.ci to non,.trateglc trads with R A But it dfttfe at l .


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at more than 356,0ena serving at

empo touot the Canal Zone
many rumomf that ae more, a plan to
ue post offices came as no surprise.
yes of civic eounmUs who met at'
iference with the OaVrwor hiard .a
ipated move with horc. Thron eg.
sale of postage stamps, money


on of force as a r5ult.
poor parking facilities in Balboa would
ore congestion in the area, by the con
civic councilmen won a stay of eqecu-
signed to put neon, oDiablo and tal-
osi offlese on a "masl disbursal" basis
yed by the Governor until further
i made, O -
end, said one public representative of
"He seemed receptive to our arguments,
a new t he Adctinaitrations' -
e and conaderate of the people work-

Igton came word that the Panam Oa -
ive the autority to coect fro other
a for school taItions and hospital costs.
ent made by the HIun Appropt rtlonr
Sect. 105 of the 13M4 Civl Functions
Act, 'would also -make possible the
of the Ft. Clayton "HeOpltal, and refer
of all military patents to Gorgas/
g Senate approval, the amendment
Sany legal question about the right of
government to bill the Army and Navy
nctes for the use of Zone educational
aclitles. Uncertain authority previous-
isble ortH feet that. although some
o had F.n Cla they had not paid.
after lol-trate seheelteahes e*r a
alarm ove the a pei ble ertamnment
me Mhe raaesaeent from Balbe
t revised reglatstona i Mhel-rateo
e make It maMdateoy to rdamue the
f frem n the peseont animest to*
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at success by the who attended the
uiness and pleasure convention, doc-
the hope that the Inter-Amerilan


dentists also met, and besides fancy
shion shows, busy ilnes schedules
for the daytime. Both President Jose
am's First Lady, Doia Ceclia attend-

doctors, the PanamA Canal Cf. an-
a three-month survey, that all erper-
ces out on a call will be accompanied
Sunless tev patient specficallysttes
cessary. The announcement followed
pressed by residents of a Canal Zone
o laed the death of one of the em-
act that the ambulance had no doctor
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First Lady, Doria Ceclia Panel Rem6n,
the tenth lnter-American parley at
ela, Wednesday to be greeted by what
he biggest public demonstration ever
oabwmian woman, o .
f Panamanian crowded Central Ave.
outing viva as Doft a Ceei rode in an
anta a sIasa, where she delivered a
1 speech aftor she was officially wel-
Sspekers, oe representing the organ-
* of the public welcome, one for Pan.
dn and another representing Panamac
Indian origin.
Inadler, manager of the fatlont Lot.
ed last week to crack 4own on chancee"
idors who insisted Doia selling mttenh.

reatened to eanel ifCnae .f any
al ted the aid os thretaUotall ra.
an end to tll "ilrreguileaiy.m =

the British and rentch On iast *hat
should be snt behind the Iron Curtat% .
sure bet the tnaen will ask'the Bat.
h not to eM too hard for Iowercing
utrategc ae. Bat officials In Wash-
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,was no amUe for my a64- last season.
think I cam 'llt JO or better.
Two reokle who have the .Chicago Cub camp buzz-
Sares ro 1mre Banksannd second baseman
eeBa B re taking the praise calmly. Banks
ays "I ota good chance of sticking
around. But Tm not saying anything about my hit-
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Husky Vic WeLAr of the Baltimore Orioles says the
happiest day of fhi life was when the American
League franthise moved out of St. Louis.
Wota, oa the Baltimore training camp at Yuma,
Arizona, say *The Ut. Louns fans treated us like
a bun f bla k sheep, and you really couldn't blame
them. First 3 R k tried to move from t. Lostickins.
bfore last season. I guess" addn Werth 'that made
te pple feel t sort of weren't wanted. Veecklooks just a
smplanoth at se- a the we flopped."
Werts ays he expects to have a good season. The
big outfielder never got above the .28L mark last year
and hit IS hears a poor season for Wert:.
A National Ieaguer who has high hopes Is Johnny
AntoepU ef the New York Giants. The former Mil-
waukee southpaw sasa all he needs is plenty of work.
Anonell says "Im not worried about reatey wildness
so far. I always have trouble finding the plate earla
in the year. Just give me some work and rom be all
right."
The feud between a pro football coach and his
quarterback has reached a climax. Little addie Le
3Bo t has Jumped the Washington Redskins to play
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S"w hCoaeh e Curapstohbeau criticized Le Ba.
on's f pa last year. And one Redskin of*
ficial s ie ne ner got over could see .e Baron as his
inber-oe quarterbck because of his size." Eddie
standhit a poor sea for Wertz.
SNat a r who hdk wanted to cut hpesis Johnnsalary.
but WainpU ner Gew Yorge Pran Th e former Miles
waukthey ever SouadthI sea he needs aplenty of work.
AnIreays -"Tm not .wob edabsout my wildness


of hlr. I a ways have tu ue fndn the plate early Ri
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Pa mthe osr cOdwa edxt utb do al
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'k' i of te juge I vOid 58-42 w2lle the referee had
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even W aettP 124. p out a sphtlld'iseon
victory over Al S 12 e main fo around
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Justin r W edited with a fourth
riutd khOdknut when Baby AustIn, 131,. who had
substituted fo Hanktg Barrows ,-w failed to h nswer
the bell for the fourth ronnd.
assit-0---- o
T Coadra Mexico' reg ear Old bay geolding
victory in the seven 4urlog .000 Irnesto Navarro
Classic for the best natives a .il Trrance race

Riatl was excluded from the betting. Jockey Blas
Agurre no thle on of Supreme Sir- Portia oft
to a good start and he. took -j9d aNUI the firstt
bend where e tig deht close aid Petite.
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be Btl. M tn when ase w, a same race March
22 last year. Uan's Moan toted pounds as comar-
ed to Riaul's 11.
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has already accompmlane. .
"At the end of the first. day wth dg a clear understand.
with me he would come at cor- Ing o(i W t he.would like the
mand. On the second day he dog to and o( how to get thlb
would fetch a thrown dummy acrossN tI t dog, and the fMd
beautifully. He now hups and of PaUti necessary to wait out
will stay hupped until the the. positive responses and re-
Ofetch' command Is given and, peat successful performances
if the dummy is hidden before- over and over for the satisfac-
hand, will go out in the diree- tlon and retentiUn that are pro-
tion I wave my arm. He finds duced.
and retrives every time. iHe must also know when to
"At under three months, he quit and repeat at a later time.
retrieved pheasants and ducks Th pan of attention of pups
thrown for him In the back Is abort and they soon tire of a
vard. Only the first one did he thing. Repeating at frequent In-
Iry to chew. During this time, I tervals with consistency s a
never had to punish him lfo a practice that really gets such
sloppy job. Each thing seems to results as cannot be duplicated
come with ease and pleasure. by long sessions or spasmodic
"If I haven't done too much, attempts.
just how far do you think I can It sl evident that both dog and
go at his age?" man enjoy what they're doing.
This fellow can go as far as This pair will go a long way.
he Hkes. In the first place, he The six months minimum age
has a pup with splendid ten- for training I nevertheless stand
perament and a real desire to by as a general recommendation.
work. In this be is fortunate. bFor the man with a gentle touch
But the pup is fortunate, tooB and a desire to cultivate a dog's
In the wrong hands, the pup cooperation, training can start
could be ruined, but this ama- as soon as the pup's eyes are
teur must have a fine touch open.


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1-Talks
madly
6--Dish
l1-Blunt
ends
l1-Keep
from
doing
18-Gully
20-Surface
mellowing
22-Naval
battle,
1571
3--Musical
dramas
24-Spheres
of
action
25-Eggs
SS-Lairs
28-Clergy.
men
30-Noah's
vessel
31-Deaire
-Replyy
-Sapreads
for
drying.
37--Sweetsop
38-Prevent
40-:-torth
A American
.raH
41-Being
42-Masculine
name
43-Tyrant
45-Liquid
4T-iTne o
m en-
tioned


HORIZONTAL
49--Goddem
of discord
1-Itallan
household
deltis
53-Lovers of
cruelty
5 57-Peels
dis-
pleasure
0O-Slow
train
62-Half-
breed
(var.)
63--Slack
64-Impress
66-Peel
6--Caze
GI-Imitates.
TI-Down.
pour
73-Rescue
74-Ill .
75-Waist
sise
T -S-tpp
T7 L.uceals
82- i
(lisw
3-Cat-Och .
5--Combina-
tions of
ihfte
87-Most
moist..
89-Dwells.
91-Slailing
vessel
93-Prevari-
cates
94-Depres.
Sion


95-Live
coal
97-Translate
101-Native
com-
pounds
103-Peruse
10--Masculine
name
108-Skin
layer
109-Egyptian
sacred
bull
110-Rodents
311-Pickles
113-Under-
mines
114-Edge
llS--Untanned
eatUe
skin
117-Facts
119--mall
seed
120-Of a
positive
electrode
122-NewN-
paper
chief
125--Genuine
127-Prench
* dramatist
128-Worship
129-Made
certain
130-Preclude
131-Side
dish
132-Pierces
with a
dagger


1-Meals
2-Poly-
nestan
drink
3-Sell
4-Come in
5-Small
rocks
6-For the
affirma.
tive
7-Once
around
a track
8-Turn
aside
9-Cause
fatigue
10--Makes
into
law
11-Boxes
12--allors
13-Indiawn
14-Double
5-Trapped
16-Til-ed
IT-Amend
1-Colorado
rk
21-equests
27-Pack
compactly
29--Americas
play-
wright
32-Expect.
34-Verbal
35--Amount
at which
a person
Is rated
37-lainters


VERTICAL
39-Opbnings
In the
skin
41-Builds
42-Loses
color
44-Hue
46--Love
deity
48- Son of
Noah
50- Begin
52-Feminine
name
64-Steps
55--A triplet
(music)
56-Looks for
57-Plunder
68-Puts
forth
59--lever
61-Black
and blue
63-Beer
68-Break.
waters
87-Treadle
70-Long
steps
T2-PateMe4
76-Under-
world
78-Judgment
80-Arabian
com-
mander
81-Haste
84-WriUng
simple.
ment
86-Temper-
ate


88-Anglo-
Saxon
slaves
90-Trifle
92-Persian
fairy
96-- Outer .
i oat
98-Dealers
in cloth
99-Sov.
* ereignty
100-Grated
101--Supposed
102-Fnll of
chinks
104--Anes-
thetic
10B-Slage
whispers
107-Stops
109-Russian
sea
110---Speed
car
11-Species
of pepper
112-Be frugal
ll6-C0ty In
Latvia
16---Prima
donna
11s-Handle
121-Small
amount
123-Anglo.
Saxon
money
of
account
124---Color
126--Young
reporter


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SONG OF THE RIDERS
(Prom John Brown's Body)
By STEPMEN VINCBNT -NMT
The years ride out from the world like courters gone to a throne
That Is too far for treaty, or, as it may be, too proud.
They years marked with a star, the years that are skin and bone.
The years ride Into the night like envoys sent to a cloud.
Perhaps they dismount at last, by some iron ring in the skies,
Dismount and tie their stallions and walk with ant armored tread
Where an outlaw queen of the air receives strange embassies
Under a tree of wisdom between the quick' and the dead.
Perhaps they are merely gone, as the white foam flies from the
But the sparkling noise of their riding is ever In our ears.-
The men who came to the maze without foreknowledge of it,
The losers and the finders, under the riding years.
They pass, and the finders lose, the losers find for a space.
There are love and hate and delusion and all the trick of the
maze.
There are always losers and finders. There is no abiding place
And the years are unreturning. But, here and there, there were
days.
Days when the sun so shone that the statue gave its cry
And a bird shook wings or a woman walked with a certain mirth
When the staff struck out a spring from the leaves that had
long been dry,
And the plow as before moved on from the hilltop, but its share
had opened the earth.
So the bird is caught for an instant, and so the bird escapes,
The years are not'halted by it. The losers and finders wait.
The years move on toward the sunset, the tall far-trafficking
Each wth a bag of news to lay at a ghostly gate.
Riders shaking the heart with the hoofs that will not cease.
Will you. never lie stretched in marble, the hands crossed over
the breast,
Some with hounds at your feet to show that you passed in peace,
And some, with your feet on lions? It is time that you were at
rest.

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ticipated In the McCarthy-Coln call
upon Elder Statesman; Bernard
Baruch aren't talking about what
hapPened, and are likely to issue
denial ever, what Senator
McCarthy di was to apply the
first thly veiled anti-Semttic
pressure this country has seen-
the same pressure that HIitler's
brown shirts applied before be got
into power.
Senator MeCarthy went to call
on the djsg d 83-year-old ad-
viser to presidents at tht Drake
PHotel in New York. Baruch has
been spending most of the winter
at his farm in South Carolina and
had not opened his New York
apartment. With McCarthy went
Roy Cohn and George Sokolsky,
who arranged for the interview.
According to Baruch's friends
the reason for McCarthy's visit was
to apologize for slurs .he had cast
on the City College of New York,
Baruch's Alma .Mater, which Mc-
Carthy implied specialized in grad-
uating communists.
The real reason for the visit,
however, appeared to be to per-
suade Baruch. as an Elder States-
man. to use his influence with the
National Broadcasting Company
and Columbia Broadcasting System
to give McCarthy time.to answer
Adlai Stevenson. Furthermore, Mc-
Carthy wanted Baruch to use re-
ligious pressure.
Friends of Baruch aay that dur-
ing the McCarthy call, the senator
Made the point that be was cer-
tainly no' anti-Semitic, as evi-
denced by the fact that his chief
counsel, Cohn, was Jewish toge-
ther with his ex-staff member, Da-
vid Schina. But he poiate out that
sor_-! of his followers might be
anti-Semitic, and it'd be difficult
to restrain them from criticizing
the two big networks, whose exe-
cutives awe Jewish, for refusing
him time.
Chairman of, CBS a William Pa-
le. Head ot NBC. through the Ra-
dio C rp-ralon of America. Is
David Sarnof. Beth are distlan
guished Americans who have made
seoeus contributions to their
s 3iry la war ud eace .and
oth are tf the Jewish fthr .
elCasIy's veiled threat was
dsreey, -iotua t, but was

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has not been available for com- and also-"would be guilty of such
meant since. illegal enduet that would bar him
from being seated 1 the United
Republican Propol States Senate, '" elected."
As a result, the GOP machine
It was purposely omitted from opposed Hurley in the pre-primary
the official finding, but the Senate convention and later in the pri-
elections subcommittee stumbled mnafr, though Hurley won both
across a juicy Republican scandal contests 'hands down.
in s its sech for Democratic scan-. "This was considered quite an
dals in New Mexico. What hap- et,' commented the confident.
opened was that Republican leaders report, "as he was bitterly op-
tried to gorge $100,000 from GQP mosedby the regular Republican
Candidate Patrick J. iurley. In orgaition,"
brief, they tried to sel the GOP actthe friction continued
nomination as Senator from New throughout the general election
Mexico for 4100,000 cash on the campaign becoming so bitter that
line. the 'GOP organization refused to
Though the investigators were furnish Hurley wit a desk and of.
under orders to dig up dirt against fice space ar o de allother
Democratic Sen. Denni Cave, Republican candidates.
they filed one confidential report "As a result," adds the sup-
that was considerably more embar. pressed Senate. report "the eon.
rassg to the Repulleans. It never tetn (Hurley) and e Repbli-
saw the light of da:'. Here are per- can organization woedindepen-
tinent extracts from the suppressed dently during the geeraeectin
report: campaign."
"As far back as November 21,
1951," the report states, "(Pat) Admits Demand
urley was approachedby Harry
Roins Republican Chairman of The Snate investigators, check-
the State centrall Committee, Gov- ing on Hurley's sworn statement,
ernor Edwin Mechem and. Fred got an admission from Harry.Rob-
Moxey, tax commissioner, and per- las about the' $00,000 demand.
haps others, in a meeting at the "The cnmmttee has n its poe-
aFonda Hel, room 12 Santa session a tape record on which
Fe, New Mexico, in regard to cer- Harry Robs,: the pu
tain monetary advances from the State Chairman, admitted.that e
contestant (Hurley)." monetary de and was his own
The report then quotes Hurley's Idea," accord to the investiga-
own signed affidavit, given to tors' report., However, he ex.
Senator investigators. used the demand as a lever to
"Fred Moxey broke in abruptly run the cntCtaqt's (Hurley's)
and stated tha. they desired a campaign and his tory actions in-
pledge from me to pay $100,00 in eluding w:at iO d glasses he
return for which I would get the would be perit to wear. Mr,
endorsement of the Administration HoDos alsd giate 6n thus same
lor the Republican nomination for tape recornomg antstas sum would
United States Senator," Hurley be used to LawcS: t d campaigns
swore in his affidavit. "Mr. M-sey two eaasees W m wmrs.
said that $50000 of the amount. "Wnen Ar. tabuis was me.
should be pak immediately and vieweu, ne related uat tme money
another (f0,0 after I had received referred so aoove was to ae placed
the nom m He stated also that e scrow to ao," toe contestant mn
Jie thought the nowrinatiob under une. oowfvcr, he was t vagUe,
the circumstances, which he de- woen qd ies. i, wua, poamse
ascribed w nd assure election, as sarUaiuA w d U Cs a*U & escrow
the Repahbeas Party .woul4 sup- ags ar.eus an aU maimn,.'
part me 'hrougsiut the campaign ssrs ,-.ae 4- MWP0 Lew Mex-
natil eletedt" leo iB w uttaa i.A rue 4 Y"uA
sators Mrt its wj~Maig and
Worley 8ys No r foe r U ~.,mau. Auoe ou sem-
Hurley W jevdthe se, 1r Heaga Mussouri,
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one abme pilots w-lW net ony al e-t tust.s bud s = thy.n i411 1 prot the digity am sXt b 1M sotely. bethir to treat t a E hiM ee.dl-
a special ntwk o aerial et in th post r tah ey'v u I 6 t a, time again te The President h a to
em A asks certain there Vta moragas s et th .e. u some quehtlcn =:has told. bl press cow the American sense it am
s m~le widt radioactive ble where. Ings Int th e states... d han at he wil not indulge fair play. He has ad tev
th.e airittad the destination city It 4to T. T is is nothing one accused of bel a
ar A- d to be. The apws to be no way to tent 0 t e code f any gentle- risk should have the riHt to face
SThe n own AFL Airline the t au om g oura e 1 an. psa4itflt mae of this his accuser a fu opportunity
Pilots Asm.hIsm ]S councils aeMs a I. -new e, Inte -deorat- .a would.do no earm. to establish the falsity 't -7
the U.S., ts territorier and the rt Camerce Dept. .egulton U.LS. fcer new before Marine Corps The President has admitted that charges a 'alanst him.
of the world. Special nstructions exporters can aow s wtaout any court of inquiry. It Is chargMed that he isn't much of a politician. He The President has said that he
have oe out tot se vilian les government 7 types Schwable gave e Camuit. gone so far as to sa himself never uses the word "sub.
unis counts t* set up a tl- vita machines to o te fale I e not very mch of a par- venve." In connection with his
ligence system whereby the pilots, Westrr emiphere. lt that grm warfare by U. S. free s sn. time are too seous, curity program He calls a pe
though union headquarters the Soviet base Guatemal and orea he to nd e treme par- p separated from govent
can swf report a elghn the Soviets' friend, Dictator Juan A man had to be a pretty pre- tsa e adts service under his order
strange ships, suibmari s air- Perna, qcan wase such items ao sumpituous individual, said the tha there must be ocratic risks." He says that aso oneshuM
craft. Such craft could be carrying steam t ur generate her- President, to eriticie severely support to enact parts of his pro- be charged with disloyalty or sub.
a "deliverabl" H-Bomb, sue as et tractor engines, power exea- someone who had given way to gram. versive activity unless t s proved
the one we're told could wipe out vato dredging, macma, trucks, things today's prisoners of war had This may have c).used numerous in a court of law
Washigus and Its envioreaos in a tractor and refrigerating to endure. Republican poltians- to throw On the general indictment of the
single blast. Sc. pl-ase don't dim- equipment badly needed in China. down their papers and stomp on Democratie Party as being "soft
turb the pilot, he's get more than a They can be and are being trans- Sitt in judgment on other hu- them. But if is meat for the nlade- towards communism" and "the
dazzling, complex Instrument shipped behind the Iron Curtain. mans' failures was a trying thing. pendets, who aae among the most party of treason" over a years,.
board on his mind You couldn't ask young Ameria Intelligent and discriminating vot- the Presiden has said that such
While the Republican high comr- to follow the example of Colonel er in America. charges are not only untrue but
Several other unions have been mandi absorbed with its heavily Schwable enthusiastcaHly. On the AM for what this program of his unwise.
fascinated by the many aspects of publicized troubles, labor leaders other hand, justice had to be done Is the President ha said repeat-
our atomic energy program and are whipping their oltical mach- to the indvidua. This was one of jy that he wants it to be good In disassociating himself from
what wonderful thin it could do ine into shape to eat the GOP te problems the President said for the United Stato- and goo pfor others in his own party who have
in eate e this fall They've had a series of he wise could be removed from all Americans Republicans and indulged in such extreme state-
rst of al, these big super- political workshop rallies in cities his shoulders. The President ad- Democrats alike ments, the President takes the
modem power plants are providing stretchinfrom coast-to-coast mitted he didn't have a really defi- He wants to empa e the pos- high ground. He leaves the low
terrific employment a they go up. The AFL, for example has had nalte awer to this problem in. tive aspects f his program. He road to others.
"7he Atomic Energy Commission Is its dynamic national poitcal di- A Iger man, a hard-bitte old says emuntry must go forward This is fine as ar as it goes.
not onl the nation's biggest single rector, Jim McDevitt on the road sche6l general -or a demagogue on spirituaL cultural and Intellec- It leaves only one. small doubt.
user of eoal but is also the est for weeks now. In addition to out might have had a .ready answer to tual as well as economic things. That is,how fast and how general-
single employer of AFL con lining public relations techniques, It. But this bigness I- Elsemnower's Negative things do not promote ly the President's example can
tion workers. The Commission is he is puhingthe, strategy of as- character is all the more apparent the happiness of people, he de- convert many others in bhis own
s* pending about $U5,000,0 a month signing one AFL activist to 15 or 20 when it is contrasted with the pet- cares. party to the ethical standards
on oew plants and equipment-ftul- families Ijn each few streets of an tiness of day-to-day statements by On the negative aspects of ha- which he has set for himself.
ly-one-twentieth of all build in industrial area. This would give
the U.S. Most fascinating of these Labor's League For Polotical Edu-
*lants are the labs which are about cation the greatest political earn-
.to ur c atomic motors for air- paign coverage ever devised. And
craft ohicb could, in .t decade, the AFL has the manpower to of-
pensi ve s commuter runs Aow.e members on iits H ts...
Se ladies will te happy to know There ib sentiment inside CIO -
that my friends in the Butchers for all-out war on Teamsters Broadway Reviewing Stand yez is already fried? ... The canini. Only $100 each (with auto-
Union tell me they've heard of Union chief Dave Beck. CIO, in "lowdown" on a midtown slugging graph) ... The chestnut peddler
atoic experimentation which has some parts oW the nation, has put Celebs About Town: Ambassa- (of a disc-Jockey) months ago: (at 51st ai' th Main Stem) who
.* BswuwiUy kept meat fresh for out literature calling Beck names dora James Bruce (Argentina) and The "insulted" lady involved is a also sells encyclopedias. Keeps
Sday: instead of 76 hours-mply no one else would dare put into Charles U. Bay (who covered Nor- Met chorallst and doesn't know samples under the nuts ... The
by Irradiating the meat with U print The Pennsylvania CIO has way) and their attractively diga- (till now) it was over her. 45th and Bway sight-seeing bus
doses of gamma radiation, from a just charge the Teamsters with fled wives at the Stork ... Sam- barker, who has been hollering
S curie cobal source." w tha using "gangste- tactics" in raiding uel Goldwyn breathlessly explain- Sideshow: Tex O'Rourke, the you should tak. the tour and "se
the meat can be kept the other wuions. Ing his a ilieon $ top hid for Guys Roastmaster of th. Saints & Sin- New York!" (for the past 17 years)
Amemloan eat lostitute's Chicago Meanwhile, Beck's union, with & Dolls" ... The Lord Mayor of nr group. is a nimble wittedd bt lhas never taken it myself ...
Lab with the help he iAEC. some 1,"000,00 members, has not Dublin (B. Butler) enjoying a pis- man. He was credited in a col'm The cbauffeqr'd.Caddles picking up
wteuitg whether the Irradiation will only invested $M,000 in a West tachio Ice-Cream Soda at Rkk' with one of our long-age sallies the tots at a snpoty kidegarten
har v human consumers.... Coast newspaper bue is looking nto Rhonda Fleming (Fleminq ... Of Jackie Gleason,,Tex niftled: near Lexington and 91st.
similar opportunities In television Youth) in love with the 3 Suns "He's working on his second mil- -
This is a warning to women to and radio outlets. version of "Under a Blanket of lion and hasn't the foggiest idea
mae certain their hat bodies are Blue", at the Astor ... Jeff Chand- where his fir t one went." (Laugh- Broadway Owl: The Best False
noth ported from Czechoslovakia. Jus t watch the states' rights- ler autographing Major's Cabin ter & Applause ,.. From our friends are worried about Gin.
-at union chief Alex Rose tells over-labor battle develop. There menus .. Benny Goodman, the files of a decade ago: "Ben Sernmie Rogers and bergrodm Jacques
me that "polnoon hats" are coming are now 15 states which ban the King of Swin.g, snapping his fin- is working on his second million, #ergrae ... Bo! Rodkefeller is
intq the U.S. from behind the Iron union shop as well as the closed geis to the zngy tempos at the having given up all thoughts of starting to splurge. "oght' scads
Curtain. These imported chapeau shop. Mississippi was the latest to Embers ... Actress Martha Hyers, a Columnist' of costly frox Jrainboobeher.
. chassis, once outlawed from our take such actSoe The unions are who has changed her tresses from All day dceased. Po eve'5 gowns ;
cout ry, contain mercury which bitter over the increasing restric- Lucille Ball-orange-red to Doris Times Square Circle: Gloria oe ... The Del Webbai Toppin
has givensthe hat blockers, as wel tions on this and the dues checkoff. Day-blond-. Just for the hekuvit. Haven has been told (by Uhlvor- sale li the 1ante Stadium (a
S- sal) to shelve at least 5 lbe. ... their renl tie-in, is due for a
Sallies *o Our Alley: A Broad- Louis Sobol's nimble observatioh: GahVOtr by IQ 1: Revnooers
way agent was trying to peddle his "otstants sending WW letters ver inco turn field
top isy-off for $10,000 per week to on 'Why I Could Never re a Co. thi pear(ni I y nd more) wil
Wilbur Clark, landlord of The munist!' are actually submitting rps chect e adsu tnu. Park Ave-
Desert Inn at Vegas. "You can't their Pledge of Aflegiance to the .o t .tax" th r ... Pete
.M go wrong," enthused the agent country" ... Rose Aarie and Lan Bels (e sold Irting Place
S s d "hi Star of Sta e, screen and ny Kent ot.neir act I. nly 3 d osth ki san erO once drank
by* Udalw g thel meat~Televislon!" "Then" was the young) now get w70 per week for a nd Bwic gt so home
o Retort Logical, "bocum he's not t... Patti Page hi a a new beau- sick for he's bek as a daly
working?" ... Capsu e Critique of mance. He isn" Jerry Marshall. ptoun .' Dinty: M re' sold
the Week: Cash Box mag's frend- Their phowd is the Talk of Bway mountains o' Corne Beef & Cab. ,
ian blooper in a "plug" "He of- . Mebbe this is why some shows bage on St. Patr key's Day. The
fers a $7,000 Cadillac for the best phlop: The Girl on the Via Fla. menu's faux-pas (pial dessert)
letter on w'why I Could Never Be mina," "The Three Penny Opeas," s was Orange La a ... Me.
Columnist!' etc. Most of the Bway dim are Carthy h" w been W to beware
easy on the marquees: Almanac, of foot, drink un medical treat-
Midtown V.gnette: Sherman Bill- Ondne, Kis net Picnic, Can-Can, met, et. Fleuths Allegedly warn.
ingsley ha I a Problem for over a etc. ... Excerpt from a London ed him bd s married for assassi- ,
*..- o e ae month . A lovely blonde always letter: 'Lord Montagu Is a tragic natfo.,' Nbt by aheoting or stab.
greeted him with a smile when sue figure, an able. brilliant and good- bing. But the familiar Soviet prac.
MaeW r sll came in .. The next time she looking man whose career is com- twice t"atural death"
S Shee psglaied ... The next time she was pletely ruined" ... We saw the '* i
h I, oneotawe -d warm n The next time she was Pier Angell-Carlos Thompson ro.. The. Night Watch: Lord Louis
y ir is aloof "What's with that gal?" mance start in Girltown. Looks like Mountbatten to be 1st Sea Lord?
ta-ts get (Oget r wondered .. Last night be an elopemental case to us. I. T. h per cent of "Kismet"
.m. g .. SSgfe ,O Ae found ot T ,win! o 'wned by the Runyon Cancer Fund
Mes was t t p h New York Novelet: Bill Robin- was the donation of Marion Davies,
w ow WMemos of a Midalhter: Didwee son recently changed Jobs. Gave m bit chief" backer ... Ed
notice Gov. Bursm didn't-suk his up his Herald Tribune (puMiater) As of the Ames Bros. at the
evWry r. Trm t iliar ciar on the J. Benny post to oern the Steve Hanm e epe Is married to Sariata Ca .
eshrtow? Ayn, to keep the eigtle tp Associates firm ... They wo t h ay espedes. He a wh her e
e w C ck sponsor f erotm se g a flt. A Su re yals ... Bil Is the t dead Kay lea ot. .. H about can. -
tv aetwrB will drop sMy image" ofy Steve, who died a yeet a as Graadtobinr Murray?
Ikea -w I sta :..... The Surner .. B .o Robitmo decided t .. Thr we, Im hsow girls
never .t earlier ... Marma e at his .Pew oefes loe a ew bkea- sc the ugkt spota adare
(the Waldmnt-Asoriole) may w a week before taking over ... It being stuedby tht icequad.
rwith The Seatelt a Je was a Sunday ... The lne watch- odes ... Du Bartbra Buttn kanow e
tha ... B dlaeagstnc fth Bowemn Ia-elevatorman took one lok at the te picture fran ee sold in her
Every isanth enls wyy Coud Ne ver seU amba," "O and Phook an over frm &al. feato re Za Zia's phote?
*o* '* . eee D.ag itYew. 8M oases th Msue ha d .f IC yh think there's eebear
ThE PANAMA AMtoAwt Va she m os OmGirt Prid ni to meet San- famiiar ae tleut Jo stafford's arn.
THE P ,matA AltlRICpOE a y ha Ja a. Premr veor a eert fro. .. When her click "Make Love to rea," It's
of ma' a obhase Wen a late gem, e's "twin" walked ood jus.t the a* Id Tin Ree Bluet p
cme brin s eeme ... Vet. e -m Gae's new MMM chker covers
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