The Panama American

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00335

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The three day Goethals Mkmorial" ...
gram got under way.this oftermoon when'4
250 Canal old-timers boa"d the fern Pr
ras at Gamboa to make a partial transit of
which they helped to build ond wlkif so ?f aift, I
seeing filled with water fr the ft time. '
Governor and Mrs. Seybold were expNcd to a
part 6f the transit on the Presidente Por f wi
timers, going aboard t4u fery at Gm.bd:'nd leavl
at Pedro Miguel.
A special loud speker system kh,1'`we ins
the erfy and three tpur conductirs/" Edward.L
Max Hart and Fr O--DOV. Still, will ii; t out to
timers the points if interest as the fery. tamnsit
locks down thloui- .Pedro Miguel and Mirh
docks at Pier 17 in Balboao.
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Ilnes *d the 1q. delegation
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for the comPqest of south+
AlS ia" and cease and de-
slit."
"We shalt not however, be dis-
posed to ive Communist China
what it wants f o t s merely to
buy Its prmitc s f future ood
behavior," hi dedered,
of broken promises and the
Commn Ltb avie yi4fp the
Korean urIstie.e 4O _*
'"t wqO~ be resklele or us to
lgnmor the ventm ef recent
years wieb have ed11u our ar-
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which, we cannot f/nore.
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ChInee NM: m t government
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ts country to aandM the Na-
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yesterday t I .,S Distric Court
at Ancon cointi that she wuas
not given proper protection while
riding In theo3ain on Oct. 9, 1953
hqhn I p0"0 at Mt. Hope. I
Bhe alleged0V was hit in the
rilt eye by a rock thrown
through the window. A large
number of ulbof students were
returonie f.rm football game
held in. CristobsX.
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Magrvyn'nu iJui1 "will be per-
maneMt ad do and will severely
impair her vision"
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"The Colonel," saw me Canal
Zone for the last time.
Senator Alexander WlIy, who
will make the prtinelpl address
at the formal dedlcauon of the
Memorial tomorrow; Maurice
Thatcher, only survival mem-
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mission; and Georpe It. Rode-
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AT YOUR SERVICE: TEE PANAMA GANG company h no Intention of!
SWE. ARE, gentlemen: here's the wol gang of s, until neext Den oi at the
t rySi Enl r tht ror wki. t the olla we re Uon ..:."" I otlme on w short wotoe;. ei. tho.r ',- .' .. S
lapn our work -It Will 7oU tha %go oa coa or Columbia gro
Sbouth to Balboa a.nd oth to Colon.- "I The original adtem p d I .,

What cn we do. for you -igot any preference-" an CBS would have no control
S Wireless to' Saturn or bridge to the moon? Lover the commercials, thou g the t .
latutr were to h e In keeping with
Dont lend w rack to a life that is fat agai the former
We who have shattered a continent's apine; th former .-*
Office work rd, but we couldn't do that again. Ate the McCarthy show wa
Haven't you something that's more in our line? telefsed, the sponsor ot about.
Got any river they say isn't crossable, 1000 favorable letters at Attasburgh. .. .
S ot any mountaIIs tlwt can't be cut through? Fewer than 100 protested. i
S Doing things "nobody'aver coud do.' ste ckholders weohao t be is- e r -
tCned to. A m w othersisasw eroa
Take a good look at the whole huacy gran of us. customers ou ino they would never r
Engineers, doctors and sateam-shovel men; b uy another hrtcl which bhad te I > ie,
Taken together you'll find cuite few of us Altos stamp. .- I. ".
nto be ready for troubleagaing.l. Teomen was. me o n"ern i aP, s SCs/'. fairtla, m .y .-
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r Wiss!;'S DOG CONTROL reet d ot .tburbulln
W ho h as amlo sblo ti I danam ae nofull reali z tont s t hat thi tye c upn- whe"_ heleot __- __ __i __ oh_' -'. ,. :lS lt 1iaCijm to r. :Si tou5 :j-" e"the
Trained by as task tat' the biCgget in history- lu p.r.od. us .n o tere i u a prts Ao B te
Ga ng ?.o.- -. has made the... .. .. Y. iw.
A R B.NADA n Da company a- e bt wwsall 'n Bt RUR a i h a. a l'e
S(ee fsrthe isitng"od- s ..ove pAerica. wegoIcnceling '" Its- .- -runs. .





CON.TROLrecent anounpeed witll was bidi .Ea 311 IIW cor wetoauinctees out pemruhth
Silthey are hwth the b ronti mof t Ie t t ae .a u
-it g veoa:vAd n s ao n ul der ks e t w h ot they ath ou a ghto pr s osoW ta I
'sut tWIbispoane d t t Cle o and.the areTedoonganinx- o l & AoPUv, l1la -ells *b ce, aealrt owno Ua. lam ,,.h_
ba u the IJob would sb e eu e t op w v o Bei to e afft. ,n d .9j bp m is to bw ul'ed."









beref ie r IfthdgsIr Thon were one woman go reapor te habt ea th e k ha tpetr W a rnm! ae alekt ser sleph NT" meto"eot. e d ss a
Sr. lt Is a hame how the dos le tte i s to h vs Alcoa r o..a ae dnaoo fl ait. .r. s '. ,dd e t aa the ldk fWb a teha.D.al -o- '- l-i,-





Z t "bumver th n te j a e ia p eole easantr cil.ptuoug c h ist hean
'D easo end ul au ny la M i enti that Isef the wayt, wh c o ,s t towran, lapt ,t.dths cret. m, PeCr.e. ,ln sA le 5 of o a n a r I. C nl d U.
S haw ee c a to have doastlicensed andocontrno'e. nec oin sg drunder ole mU ofItel ma n who abee sem pb li ra b a tim b ydu dianot is aturnetaroudsl
fproram toemaoekitLo*d hare iphwelof w chidt. N ytareajustArier.en. e-Mber byksohow- uhs aa
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Gt an Tu -tr ta ca n'tre cutth prough obewer t tni a t0tre wr e. To0b o k w a puot e a tost rSd.
W A nie' 'e Prdepo i t o 3 uiton Aprr pr ne wote ad p a e e A e Toheexpe, c o ,eotimt w --,n ea n o Im .-bll,, .fp esc S
nlays.im cs thisre ply to dothe Musrsde w hhfrom
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ai nedOWyapparklth poeiTat ical c on en ton c erago sthe eI raers eaf rdt (dMroesetirc Prl) th IeN n1s de g W
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I Medle rent 5 ov^^ ^ ^^^er tyk r .aBro te c r1y 1e ho Ite0.h nc am beserkow howrs n toalhe meekuof adwinin ev rr
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.m, lm l_,. ,ike Alcoa t.io aW f M 4 used toue t h a ycu f.. a ,..w. Wt l'.No maim a banll. roots, n Io p t w At n w_.
3CC t.1 n 27 e.dmca, ofice 4l 'm would? M ao,. an dt a spotnsorled bw GYok, and wheu tl. a te pea atet r..atur H most- ootw stoo..e ar_, o,-

eakt PTeastry .. tTurns .ostrichS o t. m. ,. s d h .. wi th he tway1e
IIIe .olyum. im ai am|) ...', .uc
*lcResin outard~ei ct The brosd astlnth ls rea d une so ur owhiJoto Fore woo tovbest.obut'v5
M aNanmo nasalpubi c th s k lerdNethokgV Fon a uoe bs newspapers asoutcony ptaa RlinyonsFitd wt
33Gnqr 24 Haze (var.) 48 RemaIn thi~s levt e pIevd. stat qu iom the ,A ore a or they were. lTeyreel oU ..F on in tict_.g _a.es.." a.s to whqthew Wieh-
Mtt. Uh Prepoaitton 3g Quote 50ATurf roptonuof nod4gkg up he _eolwaete heir taxes, and paspsdmu e dserpeujl a tptIS -4'p n40t1W4, tail"$0 -

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au 'h obwul e iwtbInohw nd freO wom a th public service oItnetW eWt *-ownr o I s

i r though idacaitfine to haveAlcoabevi fttb "P. aggremi a
tip a p she wasneed'feter, "t',,'tk"oret of"

I, Ioav lcesedan cntrl Tatwas.-....etthe c.w olv ,b ---...e .. ..hey'd...iseoa wower economy.,_ ..,
i a .ah snt ,g'. sesT,*I
45-eiraldhc troversi.gy. 'Among the1 00 euhv Th.ase James A.. ?dlheners .(he ould am ."diul e.Pri hmariySc spe ch w-a s ueDl.t
Bureau greetedhimatetheairportn#,w"thoutttags,.andattlbetters1aoaotwe 0eat'd "South Pacific," "Sayoe tie ReeO)'l.- thy Iu I L WstmbAone.e at uriomeriy eL -u --a. ..
teAydon't praisggoanene.Z-.e o a wore c.ur-wner etc.) haveeparted. rate, lbS.-' .. toM- e. m at d StRUT iil

ay Wsst d pansotnu/ndh./efohlpsurnrsmr 4.abeon. s 1ruiJ. atus.:- M- several remons. nXche mwjq s.
TheuI 5513wFirstwwe-bad orgW.izeMona/Uanited.. .. .xoa! .d .,l_&
wheld!/" _norIf, enator Mc~arthy TlFrance s Langfnrd (Mrl. Pri nce P. oeh" wa re pu.of ati i
wasoffth erd ti e same timeandudio aI.; plan inga flash from fla.1. ".... and wheepaceloingun.
-a'!llsie to- answer Msrrow's do- Anne Bazhoer tle star, am ate WaiIe Denier (it broke downwould cn e arsam.Std,
pomenlt icalU Poseioncerake. l Joan Crawfo'Secret ove" leas to eat pldl hi d bed m use tat ityer) is now a as lp. we had also orex if" er~_ lu. _ini. st
Neu.e ierney won't a 0,a Me a e.' .ai .nt Gn"Bee t-' -- _. "' 7. giiiloito tak Joint ,Sle dat e. an, ....

ROL e, "Is t ._sons ao _"os i e o rA CO r hit wit I lht. 1a I i i I /of a a -- i
3" yowmanont8evetrlteadhilts Gov't praJecutl of-nKid s t alabafrSemt bapiwb Huth at m,. a e ns ecuas lkof tal
."L3 e next outlet may be a syndieated T, '"eking0 cme


.tat may b open to question. the source for the "sce merger? customer. M "
D1" in a l4. Dick yro diatist willi be his e (kosby, th tadi ot fytomUIleoshare ai't, r o 11 .l naeol ak- ac
b l27Whiml.ete ,dache. pemlbr,' reuvtiew.edo thes. ,Jah e l ._1_111
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vrl etly settle the Pa eternity .predilection for ute1 '-'- *'
h vup ait inst a reco Versailles "In the original n," -u, es at ftIMe D Ww
111 "o lm.c- fee for SRA0N Soo was Greek. ( (o) i(cilal. o w rg a re) a n
CZL eyWm. Eaedelres Jr. (son Of the tes t aketl rts
realty ),y Constance Frye One of d. e never ier. ai"'--s oa"caw rInprotes
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FM*er tis b k at Ow s e ha,.to.-epretty Ch:.- Phl-casino. of-wow. The
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Chairs 2.00, Tables 3.50, Children's Ward -"
robes 25.OQ, Folding Beds (New), 27.00,
Single Beds (Complete with New Mattress)
31.50, Metal Dressers with Mirror
18.00, etc., etc.
We'll Deliver any Article at the First Small
Down Payment.
IMPORTANT I
Household Exchange is affiliated
with Cuentas Comerciales and
you may use y0or Credit Card .
for the down payment.
And Remember ,.. You have up to 10 MONTH
to pay.
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There was. much. excitement were full ,i.bhelUa il., and iuil But another er
around town when there %as a nice thing,, or. tate Rep.
rumor that the old tidld stahdbby, H'ow about back home? Brunswick, charged that the
"The Telephone Hour," was going She smiled. -'Making movies Is "spoils system" would prevail un.
TV. They were making a film, the the best way to travel. isn't it?" less the Merit Board investigated
story went. and the show would she said. the purported campaign .orib-
oin "The Firestoe our" in brain. tions.
in good music I te.le'sion. "I'1 Bu3t Th S q i own. tha
Stalked to the 'Telepohoe *peb- Id f the rate'st A I ,pr r S Gowen .aid s atrd daitat
ple-over the phone, of .oourve- be sold .-t Engl ucer "unless the Sta erit 5 hen.
and it turns out that th is just a Arnell ising to change the n forces th e law, ISn wm I the
demonstration. The film is being for the Brftislh audllo ces. however eect of telln jeeplys to
made. witn bass-uaritone George -itll be calied "Purchase Order" ge' into politics." hrm
in Joly 0ld. Earlier. Merit Board -hairman
London, and it wW be shown over in y o R. M. Walker ofJu deu d
a closed circuit to sec what it look More fitting, whatto call a special meet g of thelined
like. Further than that, nothing to call a special meeting of the
definite. Making her first Copacabana ap board to look into the solcitingU
It may ,o TV, but not next week. pearance these nights a is S everlee charges brought' by Augusta poll
It Is, i'4ouU#4'_t l ng94lstance Dennis, a cm. 0ice el CadWk



wow a youngster who just bad. a art of a ble act, called the WItrfi ld he cl IC sDior
Jo the evies and see the a slit exaggeration, but aau get er ii
ar been led towner own, she says she's played the present although he added
e olywo '. "every nightclub in the t roupy"- '-A B
world. Ask Rita e Gm-In a few the idea. 'Yet she's nave -fore
yean, tild lovely'1ls head had all- tred her bringi act in Nw Yor|t
expense trip to Africa. Germany Welcome. | L .,, earn N
and a qmutt Uttit town out west .I .was seared,!. she, sys.- "I' |! I *twn BD Bv K
aled Hoywood. tug New York audiences were ORPORATBD BT
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She's dust back from Europ,
where she made. a tritler called
"Night Penpne." Gerany was In-
teresting, Ftt. dl' Africa--wow!
"I alo'st became a drug ad-
diet," she' aid. "I smoke a lot.
and one day on location I ran out
of cigarets. A native'pffered me one
of his, a1l 1 lit' it It tasted odd.
and I said s o. He gave me a big
smile and said, 'Hashish.'-"
In North Africa,,too. Mils Gami
discovered, the of koos-koos
for breakfapt.Th 6 what it sound-
ed like. kokopat's agAte a ddii.
cacy. if youn wake up with
a bang. Tail .garlic and onions
and other' morning vpoys.
She's happy o ack in the land
of bacon m effn : ,
In her wan she's dils:
covered .there t big diffeivnee
between porters, and how thy
behave.. I
in England, & press confer-
ence was .proper. They
all asked nteU questions, but
the stories t rdll ut to be Police
Gazette 't i .
"In FPraWele -reporters were I
rude. ThfrW questions were person-
al and impertint. But the storieA
werr lovely asd kind and charming.
"In Italy. there were 100 report-,
ers at a prebs. conference for me.
I<.( one of them so much an
biked me a question. They just
drank. The next dai., the stories


Ib nippesl." Tna'sI u D roauway
expression, meanitbg most hip. Hip
1 a* corruption Wthep. Hep means
smart) 'IBut, actually, they're
'the squarst. Tunis out they all
come from Squedunk, originally."
Hip or square New York loves
her. And she loves them right
back. Now all she wants is a shot
at TV a medium that 'would bt
ideal flo her.
"I even. bought three numbers
just for TV." she says "but I've
never been on at all. I think I'm
the only nightclub act that hasn't.
.1 keep waiting for some big TV
.producer to come in and see me.
aybe tomorrow "

ROANOI V- -(UP). -Kay
Stepienson, 1-ybar-9ld student at
Lee Juniot ig 4Ahool is a selng-
eye girl for her blind dog. She has
trained the six-year-old Englisb
springer spaniel to grab the hem
of her coat in his mouth and walk
beside her. ,

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If Ith Blood Pressure make
you dasly. hare pains around
heart, headaehel, alort breath. -
diaestlon, pualpihatlol. ania vole'n
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re Itf from ther'naingerouN 'ntp-
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Excelgaqyc tS witlh mealarat^ her n iittia Panama. who served on them overslie thpir loneliness
Rtepushe at ##al g fa J6e the Istubs at the time Goethals tbrouah fellowuhip iei prayer
wo ah d inr ear ela w here. with God...
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^name Z infliC.. 1 has return- o pTpa g to God in tuir.hour of need. At
'B"y N dtd'bM goaMS.e fse lOin a Both aemer admission tad to- such a time we think about God
"o Bells d visit to Havana Cuba.- served seat tickets be on ue and tll what on our
* Sa"muel aw presents *. at the bof-asleeI tie DtAuO mind. We ut our thou hts. our
e1 by .l_ e ee*!T Der a-'. Wet Club Clubhouse Theatre rthe special dea rek n hopes and onglung
*ng f-l,^ .lai "etre" T* 6 > O@ sowing of "Mr. Icebox" by the and aspiratians into words In
G-- -,1 ".u the An The '.Docto*', Wives Club will Canal .one Juaior College tommofe thts comunilon with God.
con h o 5lW'd reglata nt'l i row slght at 7:30.
_mad .Cinr C an tofe Twt studts appear i and an prayer, they have
"^o ,5omml*ee_ e wiB Hg. GleB ghes dubuuzahlon of tI dicuiem it, they have been awed
enha ," 8_ Fixott and Paul Gahco story oa working news- b, Its strange power, th have
~ U. Meet 4 'c "*mIr u. Blev___-- paper men auna women im search at Ume repuazteds It ald tried

Pa.-b i- a bh m o ia -1? Tennyson, tells us -that
1:3o u.fi ortno-host lunchn. ig Committee ro Mrs. maeOer- Jim Anderson mmd Looms Stone 'More Thig are wrought by
asked to telephone Mrs. L. M. Bup. are Mrs. Avery King and Ms. nnm and ety arr are tne of."
pl, 2-4353. Dael irach "leading characters" oa the prem-

LdV wEof economics r U- e usiW Le vubl-g rts ea not only reach up to God, but
West Geribany, Dr. Ludwig Er gGr Music Lovers'vn 'are Ev U God reach downt man He is
bard and Mrs. Erhard, who have Wednesday, April 7 at 8:0 p.m., The production, which also fea. more ready to h ata we to
*___________________ _____ tures Jimmy Dioyle, Kathy Saand- ray. od wanta t feel His
i 1dge, Lkranses Boyd, Will Ickisher, presence at all tIeH, and He
-' U' Jerry Halsal and George MevU- corea to u in prayer. Prayer,
,ury tuay s uf vst he Istlnmus fw, the dadl-lo and It Is a Personal
mahogamn y t In bamb o tle. cao the Goetbals Memorial tina G
1q54 attractive designs.. co Wud ill appear, i ph eoy ofi pae to
',. ... .last roundings. The man who prays
overcomes everything, for he Is
SIovercome by the moat redemp-
*Live fact of the universe, the wii
||s .9of Ood. To find that will and
live bY It Is to find yourself.
| efre Prayer then makes the moat ab-
solutely tree man this universe
nows. The man who does the
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R .,cast for the one sho~$ng tomor-
row *nght at 7:30.


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inrersprnig cusmhons, ad Fes Brond Ao-
,dk: bt*iec Roades alboran.


20% Discont 10% Down Payment Ne fre, 6 pow wir h Zo.e mandof tepuble "PSa-
IUhb System $8.00 DI, ;, ,i, f3 IMd to i "d
p' r + C e ... : d all ta C .w d s
cIAL UPHOLSTERY SERVICE. ak s rm The Rebekatl Clu will meet
POwder does! Friday evenilg at 7:30 at the Wirz
VITr OUR+ DISPLAY FLOORS For Anunpme cias llymel*. Memorial and, Balboa Road Re-
Scaed t soohe, p ad haep freshments will be served by Mrs.
h.al irritated si.A mois. Wilumn Grigor and Mrs. Edbeth

g babyi's chafed skis against
further .ion. Get men Batea Class To I ee t Thursday
Medicated Powder The USO-JWs Club batea class,
*oi' underr the destruction of r s.
I 1. '.p .!Fo: in+l'j lize can so- owill be he L bray even ate
r posard with 7:l 0 p.m. Interested ad ults are in-
_y"-"our ame an addre te Dept. Vited to attend.

21 1954). 0meheei.Aprj,
Th" Star Club will hold itsi
regular monthly luncheon meeting
-- -r'at the Scottish Rite Temple in Ba-i
bo at 12:30 p.m. on April 'Tth.a
Th.is will be thq usual h ch veered
k m c": s fh"r f Jt Pn...ho ar: dish luncheon.


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.Balboa Woman's Club will hold its
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Household Automobhles bR. WENDEHAKE MEDICAL CLINIC P U O. So PL o
Central Avenue, "K" Street CorIVr CDOU G, 1,3.. PROFESSIONALo tn to like ner tT ,."" '
Ir SALE --oland dining set: Buf- FOR AL k 1949 Chevr.let Telephone 2- 79 Panamo. 1lm- C3rIsb l -1673. Job. T atch
etdrople tobl, eight chairs up- Delivery( pael FOsb S EIeasOm appointed -chims O. and w
4iltered, also gas stove. Phone for a Abu l". greoey Steve, do- MP @fte Ciltqs. One m ole pas w .i in Way @
I saMe e re.. Tp, ehile s UFOR SALE Santla Cim. Phues brIng your "_..-,i-tlptb
obolba" 3708. i ysevki. cehe. T s-roik i s o-em Ph. 2-1p--.n- _-STOW nw -- 1, ..
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tR SALE:-Lo vin. Bergain, ly $900. 00. Duty paid lCall Co- Gral ClaBeachc t-o saGa bring t,"a_01_i
cyclee all porcelain refr-ierator, bed- e 211 or C.oln 1462._ FOR SALE: Electrolux vacuum electric refrigeration, gs stov. es." M -" _.C.C. asf l*- lnd no successr wM .1 r Ia d d tt
b se. Cal oy t, 0 FOR SALE: 1949 Mercury coupe cleaner, practically new with all at- moderate rates. Phone 6-441 e o rle aand p a Mr n. u -- -Pa
$a 650.00. Phone. Ibrook 5237, Sgt. tchents, including cord winder 4-567. ., B o a i-
f -SALE- Rattan furniture,. Sim-I wd. n 8027 d achment holder; n Kdok W.IWiM Soe- Clem bee&h C- ry Vs" w ap r ,"et"lei-- o f.34",-i--Sio, 'pi
mason ibed, odingroam. rgidaire .ony 135 camera, c and fleh. RUST O ORE n -. fles. IdA" '
S Leaving Isthmus. Phone 2- FOR SALE:--O1ds 1947 Hydramol, Phone Panaia 3-2732. OS ._ohn 0. Walker imi6p ae t U !M ,_ _
s~ p blue Tudor gedan. Good tire% radio,fAT Sr Ie K i*, 1800Aco pVU!V iL nt of that 011% fn gor a
Se"""I seot-coveri. Driven 2000 miles FOR SALE: "TROPIK SHOWER" eIInd -n hv L lte expEration ad itnytlg a. m(. f Itl, ._.
AOLE:--St of gears and moto r lnoe complete engine and Hydra- water heater. Wednesday, 31st, Is t aOIn EOf the pje to minta.. *.
Sr;. Sir Ironer. 25-cycle. $40; Saturday Sunday and after duty fer Regular price $15.00. Phone That Fur hb#ea Better meant fhd inallydecided to take :30 a. m. Litt le ,ge FI- ia u e
Srha china closet. curved gla hours weekdays call Albrook 6197 Inow 2-1326. Radio Colidonia, HOUMO, PrItO tistoTha Ga GOMa a hand. 3bl a ba .aes .o ittl. i ,* ,
0 -7210-0, Pedro MIguel. or Kobbe 4290. 126 Central Avenue._________ FOR RENT: Chalet: 4 bedrooms. H Fe Messirtcommin w crn. teams ind. sad sl h
43,,,7'" F....R. SALE:"- O......R -.. FOR RENT: Chalet: 4 bedrooms, IN o N-- FUS,, No Ke I Thet0i4oimaesion waxoa. tem.W and .se.,-nd and4111M,-
S .FOR SALE:- Buick 1946 supe,4. FOR SALE:-Or exchange for 60-cy- livingroom, dininlgoom, kltdcn, O Tb. O f ten members, amonl generat-l. nlMn '.
R SALE-Westin-house ref.riera- door sedan. Perfect condition, clean. cle (2) V4-hp. motors, 1 split garage and large yard. $150.00. F. NOVEY,IC INC. whom wr emr ot thoe mart Ie g Park, ari.o,. t. .SS tw a cl .
S9-.c. ft. .new unit $13.00; Reasonable. 83-6175, Curundu, phase, propulsion induction. Tel. 52nd Street No. 15, Telephone 3- *. Fl. tiag ldw namm- In Amer- o 1m. Movie p /t et r 5 rea of 20S% Ma
*.lis bed $15.00; 2 kitchen cis, -. 1..1 11 1MS, cosInA -e+ 2 _._.___ _i
ts:e bed $5.00; electric alarm clock FOR SA 151 d r -A Mngo Street. 2229 during office hour. Corto- 7 Cntral Ave. TeL 3- ln n field o that Bada Theater; co Ted t 1,field of that
Oa. Christmas ornaments $3 00; sedan. 294., Gorg, Roaod, 2-FOR SALE: White Leghorn chicks, er across the street. day. The first L .C., noW known IA. Governor H. 0. Paas coastal defnlU ls-.
Plf dishes, as1arn Iran S-7 00;ts: "3!. ey F sEyT:s oss^r
e dishes, o am Irn m 7 00; 6389 pure bred, American government FOR ENT:-Furnised two-beth Wdr omdo. ub-O aort Ilmo e
ni bard $1.50; 2 gasn FOR SALE:-19 hevrolet conver- S.A., Box 936 Telephone 2.5206, ~ Westwood form. Tel. M lboa men.i the contrtn of a e in "Knockt Wod." et
n 20.00. 1538-A ngo St., tible. pe ,Hfect tdion ra $500. Panama. R.P, 2756. cuaml throughoiarTgus. It sent 4: m. Concert, Balboa The nrvy ,ilhave 10m
2 26481. Telephone 2-4345, House 6390-AZ a supplement repIort to Pre- ad Cristobal nigh- School and be iaated to Csalle Hri- h
SALE:- o of household New Cardl. FOR SALE:-20-gollon gas hot water FOR RENT:-Furnised residence with a Identt Roosevelt in January 1902 ed Bands at Goethals Me- cotal work. tl-sub pa-
W-it SALE- .r rom oof heater $45.00; large wicker rockirs nazdnae.Wuld prefr Ameon rrioa gao t..e P.anam moa. ter ol a andm mn-ler, iAg
-31,,,U. .. a- adi Feth Canal 5 i and Fe mAn def-ense l
Shine. House 2183-, 8th rs t, WANTED chair $7.00; table lamp $7.00, To MI interested phoneFormade.
'Curundu. 1- .- m. a.... I 9 Co. agreed to sll tsr and ceremony. Thodor" Blak hs est
R SALE Furnitures broom Atomobiles FOR SALE:-Crfftsman tools, 60.cy- FOR RbNT:-Modem chalet, 4 bed- L S" po tits for 000 r 70 p. m. J r C tt l be at lt 18
RSALE-, Furnitures:-bedroom. 60mc F, pr RENT: opertiess ftor m oorFtruC pr M s' Canal 7:30 thep.m .lnkha sCnote
or e re C w/motors;'one drill press, floor roa&ns, 2 i. ingrom t dini gror. t fi pr tin., M o" a e le a
4-iningro nN r,'meoneabaRadow wh"t one ai'rogarge,5 t oo the w was bMr. forcasa-t(foate uits
cove. Leavihi country. I1th Street dord geared 1951-52 4-door Chov- bidels one ';one belt&.da 'id'streto.,0 nurege,$u. -o u fc -blo Heights Theater.ay
Q52/27, Colon.. rA olet, i excellent Condition. Go- under 6'; three clamps; one motor. jo. 2 Cicle RefrigPointed Feb. 20, 14. that year
R SA: --, Sittingroom set. rfri- rage Elios opposite Roosevelt Hotel. Qt03rters 129-A, Ft. Gulick, Phone R RENT: -- Fnished u2-b onm being a leap year. Walker who ..
ertor 60-cycle, gas stove 4 burn- 88-453 after 4:30 p.m. F RENT. Fur d om hadeade the their commia-
rs. dressing table. Amodor Guerre- FOR SALE chalet Incuding refrlgereptor, parlor w b pla on w aspoted chairman of
o. 6-7 StW, 088, Apt. 3. Colon.R.e
r. : 7 motor 8, Apt' 3., Con W A Eosiioed dtninTrr-o-. .o r-.,r, anp ldo.hr. o t- VA C It he fisto A DCanal Coin;- CE I ILU.l
SALE mde0 w-Y Roi E fositio OffTered aere4 $90.0io Suitaoble forl 2 c- Zt C Ta5 W1in mission. As a member of n Ithat l. LV R
_R SoALE: ; tt mod 0-ccle ple 12, Via Bellsorio Porres near O NE S T 1 CIA. commtisson. iMaj. en. George '
fully automatic Bendix washing ma- ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA Is called WANTED:-Expe.ri ed salesman for ooev. Theater OA W St. W DLvis wMaopointed Gr-
chine. Call Tel. 83-2293. home by Fore ConAt Zone famlifer agencies and distribution. Only re- Thear Theatre." On. rW. the Canals ointe. JohnA
.... -than any other cit in the U.S.A. For liable person wil e preferences ..d O hid EAa d COFFEE
FOR SALE 'Informatlas a.- ahom to 'sult yur "hotsld aply o nI s. o' FOR RENT c iefi n ineer until June ofEA d
... 'll b Ave. North. $t. Pftersburg, Fla. (133 W d .. onits meit 2 bFI ESiCaon was a ola-ted AprHil
SALE:-I Ifoot boat with 3 6-ears of real estate exoerien~e. ATTENTION Ia .. built Cdlm B 1Itrr Roevt
outboard $5110.00; also 4 5-h. F S -o o POSITION WANTED:--Relible ook furnshd prl; o.t e BAXTER, S.A. faied to get r to r y
t oIutboard omp el I ebull at E rn T Old P no mal o d i maid avalble. Vn gd with bedrm. h cld water. ,Tel' Pack r. S bir. ors the Bpoa a b
y"' ittiiio, ~ -- Co l. Antlgu o. (acin g otoqn. Call wit _________ t. _old _aist -e:l- A66
: IALiE:-H eircuilgne 25-hp.. F. A. Raymond. Teehone -0023. LOST FOUND FOR RENT: Siodern lust pointed soue_ T r_.._t, B__t. r one of thelbeadng rf eI-
253 r.p.m.; 25-cycl,3-hp elec- apartment: Ilving-dlningroom, two d10 P
irIc motor. 5608 8 Diablo Heights. WANTED TO 8oUY -or bedrooms, hot water, 5 closets. go- VAM t TURON cutles and bumsinme of the I
P hone Blboa 321 i cWANTED TO BUY t, on or n2r Fourth UnitedJusto Arosementate 97. to' a te
LE or WANTED:-On stenotype machine aty ht. Reward.. ore 2- FOR RENT:-Lorgs, fine 2-bedroom W a Mmtls Mr lAl l awdm
,lnder. Pho"e 2-1358 House also one textbook. Call Balboa 1300 unfurn hed. eera trenit, 2 both- i q i hmpr adhuioGovernnr.
$ 50B. Govlan Road. Balboa. 1 829, J, ^ --- .. ., i s--- Sl. res eil dit ricts l ; Wl. a C --
S T WANTtmdQ BJ- 1 2-1661 during hous. gineerr in Jhe otfthi ye and
A NTE wooden, vou nithedo. ell built, lre. Ti Iy ln FOR RENT: Two-bedroom aet- Joh F. Stevenas was appointed
Sll -without door. F; lcta Co., -isto e t, nice 3and cool, screned un- rU t of C i to reD Bi o Stens Wa ex
Miell is A nT Avenue. furnished. 3rd Street, Son Francis- q6'W ?. pointed a eb of the tO.C.
TED-Ventilating fan. wall- WANTED TO BUY -CHAIRS, wood- Frigis K ;. Telephone l*boa 1464. L r later and In M e1. h 1907.
go.o FOR, iITK mtreom eomeral Iftimmoor. e beclal chairman and chief
Counting. with capacity for large n. rht, with rms, fr offic FOR RENT:-2 months, one-bedroom Tels engine ath at Convenient tri
t -or.24 or 2inch im-na Avenue,_BankFrom R furnished apartment. Call 3-1472 ALL WQIE OUARANTIFD. Shonts as chairman.
D:-Bav'sv 24nor 26-inc b ... or 3-3474. The third I .C., with Caol may be arranged
cle, 25-cycle washing mchne WANTED T'UY:--ht car, 40 F RENT: One-bedroom apart- GoethLIe asU chairman and chief
rarity 3-3189. t0Io $500 lass. not euty paid. Write REPUBLIC OF SAN MARINO FOeRENT: aoitd e
rortull details to Box 942.aH. 1, March 30 U Sbtockholde ment, G.I. inspqted, $40 monthly.iengineer w appointed ec- ,
., .n .1 u .tethe San Ma rino Savings Bank to- L"2034 Via Espo ..a. ( bonas .Tele-
"-'n wp wnted ,day opened-a battle to preventpho'n ..3-.6.. -- RADIO AND |
1 -1 -ay Slr that institution from becoming a FOR RENT: One-bedroom unfur-
Soeore," reusp9l- Announced possible underground financial nished apartment with livingroom AADt
.e. experienced to sleep in -Apply headquarters for Italy's Commun- porch, kitchen, dinette, dry closets, A P LN
Avwe t"" *enue.1 A t.d__".3stAat AyPPLIANCE ECONOMICAL T..tRARPTION
Tivoll Avenue A. Apt .____ Til R i The Red-rpp government of this c.orete house. Phone Panama 2-o nPwAIR
SNTED:-Maid to live in for care tiny mountain-top republic receht- 0027 or 3-0763. KCREPAI .. RS
small child. general housework. WASHINGTON, March 30 (UP) Y authorized itself, by decree, to o-r-0.ouwa-- oikwod always. Or used elected
some cookl References -The Marine Corps a norncedl appoint a president and executive .FOR N: Small par tm I ntO.
d t family home. hrried couple with- .
Murphy, ,-.-. 604-A, tOdt. -.Mj.Gen ,.., voIn, board to run the bank. .o.....t.outtchildren or single person of goodot n c tie.. L .
Road (nstar Adm. Bldg.). MO. Palt'L It marine DivIlon Yesterday, alarmed private otchildrn or single person of otiptop J C d O wl
ooter 4:30, or Wednesday and OImaninder in Korea, will be- stock-holders met to counter the habits. N. 14, 5th Street, Bell .t cult p
.wee-igd. comae assistant Marine Corps Communist coup and to check c Visthe -Via -c .... U
co- maodtr and thlet ofastaff. flood of withdrawals by 'panicky FOR RENT: One-bedroom port- l toward lAfig your motong y
m A se nt deallitors iMent. completely furnished; two- Via e's "Used Car Lot." Look over tt fie election.
Sald C.Thomas who will biome unanin.ous vote, said the govern- Household Exchange. lo priceson each ca, the Big Selection, convenet
aC os wl o uno oi easdo furnse. Tel... 3 49.. o.....
Co p schools at Quin co, Va. tiong and legal nature" of the FR N- .r a- .... ..tw s .,-
011, N tes, a fomer or bnk official to stick to their ear onL POR SEDAN. Luxu a price y.
commandant, has signified hwis posts. Telephone 20313-3-0460. CHANYellow blak.-Spotless ihtil6. Indhlenld
i nm nW IntenUon to retire Qn June 30 FOR RENT: Furnished apartment HOUSFHOLD EXCHANE' ud.- Ted :d ,
ntion to rre on June The Communist government S8.00, including utilities. Phone New Used, and Rebuilt
ASHIOTON, March 30Panama 3-2051. Frntat s 1981 CHRYSLER FORDOR SEDAN. Chauffeu drive, and in heautiful
Navy Secretary Robert 3. An-HMal. Gen j..wis le. Chesty PullrO lre $192,000, attempted to check We U 4 SOll.
today presented posthu- command iof the Pacific troops the panic with a bulletin ,cl min WAuomS ellO Bw sh- .potle-s leather interior. A truly rea i irain, ,
Medal. of Honor "with all training Utt, will become corn- the decree was "ia the public m FOR RENT 6onlwy oooo.
SOur country's gratitude and imander of the 2nd Marlne Div- tereit." 9 R C C only $b 0n,
tion" to the families of Ion at Camp Lejeune, N.C. It was speculated here that the Rooms 1951 MERCURY CLUB COUPE. B tifl H ai bron f ,
Marines who died In bat- dr Mal Gen.eEdwn A. Pollk t n Communists hope d to R RE F er mileage laded with extras Indingradio,e oo p
tor. olrooOr Q ed directort 1te tee San Maroin ban a n e- FOR RENT :-Furnishod irqm to mar- d
lional cntierew] --TL to for =arty funds sa ried couple without chden, with Low:downpay et
Marines, all squad lead- Gen. MI.dea w .i I l .ato as taly's e qr O. kitchen privilege. Tel. 3-5099.
and members of their fam- commander of the t de.ot I ..nly I
who rcie the medled a et P drtI0n, 8a 's The O'ly h A DUHDFOR RENT:-InAN. Exohive car with lVsmilbeaut. *
t o. ceremony, included will retire Jun. .Janie Ts e ly fully furnished lorge room, kitchen
L'- Hughe P m, Ben .h..ips, 00 privilege. Ave Mxi b tuy for. Radio heater, eat ov potht and
'a. lSamedal was awardI- MaJ. Gn. Alfred H. Mobe will ea LIOn Without 43rd St., Phone 3-053. ultramtio tra ion. M s n to b appre d. A truly
hi. mother. Mrs. lore 3. succeed M .oen. Oe D, -, ,,in g FOR tENT:-Room, furnished or -
II, 0aprille, Oa. acott asoae comnM. m er at ofnSl In ,oni, finished, a conveniences. Tel. ear a-a) luxurious or forly $7W.0.O
p' wlt, the medals. An- nl o _-a_ ew Ponoma 3-5441. Coa c.a..es 1953 FORD MAINLINE FORDOR SEAN. MagN lnt forest gr flnsah.
saPd15 are tokens of unced. CINCINNATI. 0., March 30 ___on__ _uious __hol__r_ Ford_-oatic no abift transmission. You
ipuumnbae to repay. .." Mat. Gen. George p. Good (UP) Jan1e the sea lion lost T/ wire e l rio upo ry, r- no ii te.
tSA .M "gallantly commanding ath n her tonsl. to the surgeota's LEGAL NOTIA /* l o a o 1 ..
d ha we ight aoma er at lamp pd the w hole UITIS STATES OF AMIRICA Iams met cese. 1951 DODCE FORDOR. Spotless throughout, perfect finish, excellent
share In the b as of ton, Cali oo official C-l ze pot f val conoical tranporttion ow
men In an au m'-,*e of shm sh out the oi .a Ueza s aenU ctI'mIcT ccuarT
se lf-ovenment." U S. a lio in the- laund, tka to e JWs ICTonr ou T* 3-0 ly $105010.
was honored for bra- a o W. B $ at TROPICAL RLECTRONICS
greades. Hew"as DcmA PV._.... .. C .-.,, I ... -.. C CHQ sE. THE DEALER THEN THE CAR
.41, 0.'He wp e d out a bF I i ;. eierig DON'T STALL
Ig grenades. He was klled 23 .. of late, off her flah, bounce fad- c., n k, nos Io.
S latr at Tudam-nl. SANTIAGO. Chile. March 3t ing and hon feeble AC TION FOR DIVORCE.
(UPi< An Indian cl whose Dr. Bernard teame a sore to tho are i .hmo reuirentd w n1 ?e e i .
133 W the high Andes and .bell a Jletal janle altn a dine of C-titlld arthe. within ninety day, after
: princess who lived abbot 500 aUnbutal and removed the ton- th date of rnst pubtleciion appI7
sleelde servel Re- a g0. turned suttoya ott_____. end anawer. Ju"dmen ;* ill Ie taI.
p..in e, Itwas uc* aa- iu b.o ly deraut fr~ the raia de- ..
-. -versity of rthe. ,- ,per, ,. ... u. ...A 6 G,,te, D, c. ..
.-o- o+ m, > Popguns IS. the .eab Yothit. Le K U 'U .f |u 1J-
,F s.r :*- ^t^. ,^.D ook Younger .I ii
3Il ti 81)W -- aima. Iaet 1S54.
11um tW a) Three stpp c. T. MeCe.lak, Jr. Clash. seeg m m


wUtou a WlUu mw .oemidas ,a i4 T ee so eemmemas Is served up.
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TODAY' -
SYour Lucky Tuesday! $125.00 in Prizes!
1st. Prize ............. 75.00
2nd. Prize ...........35.00
3rd. Prize ............. 15.00


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of Criatobal Lodge No. 1542, B.P.-
O.E. met at the Brazos Heights
Home Saturday to celebrate the
25th Anniversry of the founding
of the Atlantic Side Lodge.
A sit from the 194 mlka' Min-
strel Show, which will have its
second showing on the Gold Coast
on April 1at thMargarita Club
house, was presented during the
evening.
TheExalted Ruler, Nathan Ash-
ton, gave a short sketch of the 2
year in Cristobal.
A buffet supper was served at
11:04 p.M. following popular de-
mand, the Exalted uler "soloed"
the growp. Music for the evening.
was furnished by Buddy Pello and
his orchestra.
It was announced that the In.
stallation Ball will be held on
SApril 10 at the Home from 9:00 to
1:00 a.m. Buddy Pello will be
present .to delight the group, a-
gain, and there will be no admis-
sion fee.
Sport Dan
Po ar Affair
e Snort Shirt Dance which
was held at the Brazos Brook
Cntry Club, Saturday night by
the Cotllion Club, was a very pop-
ular affair. Among the guesi
present with the large number of
members were: Mr. and Mrs H.
C. DeRaps, Mr. and Mrs. B. J.
Kane and Mr. and Mis. Fred A.
Ebdon.
Newcomers Cub Mee tg
The second meeting of the New-
form of a getacquainted coffee at
ll9:81 aIm.
,the home of Mrs. John Sugar, in

anal Zone less than two years is
cordially invited to attend. Those
Interested please ec contact Mrs.
Sugar at 3-3561. by Wednesday
evening, March S3t.
Guys And Gab Danee
At 110-YMCA
The Saturday night dance at the
Cristobal Y.M.C.A.-U.S.O. was en-
titled "Guys and Gals. During a
speci interm io ceremony,
the following girls were accepted
'as members of the Girls Service
iOrganezaton: Isabel Cabera, En-
carnacion Cabera and El t ea
Smith.
Music for the evening was fur-
nished by the 60th Army Band.
Former feld Cat Students
To Appear In "Mr. Icebox"
Atlantic Side theatre-goers Uan
particular interested in the Ca.
hal Zone Junor College stage pi#
duction o "Mr. Icebox" to be g-t.
en-at the Diablo Clubhouse Theatre
on Wednesday at 7:4 p.m. The
Glenn Hughel dramatisaton of
the Paul Galico story, of working
newspepr men and women, fea-
tures A.lantic Side College stu-
n d graduates of Cristobal
OFHigh Setch
rna Stone, who wa a Thes-
Spian of Troupe No. 217, when she
w inCristoal gh School, is in
tIe femane "tiee Tk," while
Betty Tarr is ast as the leading
lady of the Jimmy le
is the a o editor of e
female photographer of the rival
newspaper.
A sere of other college students
also appear in "Mr. Icebox" tick-
ets for which will be on ale at
the door on Wednesday night.
The Thespians from Cristobal


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dna b $10 11.. Ietn- opportulw to make their views
-!&m I te a TheO I .btfd waU.e P di
? .S Aat b M S on. Richard". R
b e3rl e leaves w )ad oters.
eSason told r tera he Meaawniae. un e Agricuiture De-
pobabl otbe an-partment said early season pros-
prnoee a dioe rad f cr eots indilcatse sootea of food
some governs butter fats, including buttr, will be the
sur p as Thrsday as he had largest eVer in the crop year
hoped. He said the department is -,tartiln -V October.
nningnlate more complications Benson hopes to push consump-
When ta are worked out tion of dairy products through a
-en details are woru nationwide promotion campaign,
at the same time redl u g produe-
gigh School, and all of the play- tion by encouraging culling of
ers, who appeared in the last dairy herds. He said the dairy in-
school play, are special guests of dustry has pledged "enthusiastic
the college or the performance. cooperation" with the campaign.


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mv~u10 DAY I i


ROERT NKWTON
FRANCES L SULLIVAN
In -.w

"OLIVER TWIST"
by CHARLES DICKENS


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Opplgaes I]

When you are afraid of a defen-
sive ruff you usually try te get the
'r ut as uultcd as possible.
San u plan, you ardl.
neary taking a trump S.
feasi.. i
In today hand the declare
adopted this procedure with unor-
tunate results. There wasn't ani
safety in refusing the trump 7.
nesse.
West opened the kina. of hearts
and East followed suit with the
nine. South had been thinking aof
refusing the first heart trick, but
the appearance of the nine of
hearts changed his mind for him.
He was afraid that the second
round would be ruffed, and then
the fat would be in the fire.
After winning the first trick with
the ace of hearts, South decided


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YOUR LUCKY TUESDAY
$125.00 in PRIZESI


TOMORROW -
"REBEL CITY"

TIVOLI -
Robert Stack Joan Taylor, in "WAR PAINT"
Plus: -


eama? Scabies? I
apt relief from I
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it. Often recwnm
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cultivated vanilla boons and aged
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"s Xy 'PAVo EIT STARS P~ p r'Sb
-TH THEATRE CGUIL'-
-preunt-.. .
"BQY MEETS GIRL"
A rollicking satire on Hollywood life by
'8Am and Billa Spewaok "
AT THEIR THEATRE OUILD PLAYHOUSE
(back of the Anoon Laundry .'
MARCH 30 THROUGH APRIL 3
Curtain: 8:30 p.m.
TIckets on sale at Dagmar's or at the Theatre


TODAY


BELLA VISTA
1:0, 1:40, 4,45. K9:, 1:8 p.m.
20th Century-Fox presents
THE MIGHTY ADVENTURE
OF INDIA IN
CINEMASCOPE


Pl "KING OF THE
IrI KHYBER RIFLES"
o I with TYRONE POWER
lmb 1 TERRYY MOOM


TROPICAL
TODAY. Do
TODAY m RACTION!I
JACK HAWKINS
VIRGINIA McKINNA
DENHOLM LIOTt
-.in -

" (E RUEL SEA"


E NCAN TO 0
WAHOO! S115.M
Kathryn Orayson, in
"A THOUSAND CHEERS"
8mwalrt Granger, in
"MRISONUR OF ZENDA'


VICTOtIA
Johp .AIftrCE in
Richard Denning. in
"SEVEN WREB SAVED"


PANAMA CMT.

THEATRES


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LU X
Where there's gold and a
woman you'll find
"THE TALL TEXAN"
with I
Lloyd Bridgea
Lee J. Cobb
Marie
Windsor .


CECILIA ;
The film that reveals the
danger of the fatal vie!
"MARIHUANA"
(The VlkI and The Flesh)
Plus: -
Six Piquant and
Sex-ational S urht p..



CAPITOL10
BANK DAY! 8290*
Rod Cameron, In
"Tounhest Mna I Ariuae'
Robert Hutton, in
."TWO BONEHEA0 "


IDEAL
"SPIDr RETIURNS"
(Chapters 1-2) Plus:
"THE PATWWINDER
"BlaDiin Aere The Peeej.


The 5 BIG of APRIL At The CENTRAL


* RICHARD TODD
* GLYNIs JOHNS


In TECHNICOLORI

After 3 a the eourn
ge oua rebel hero of Walt Dis-
eolrt _=ducta- "RBob 87 ,
The 1.nRORgu" e Mt
tomorrow at the 5 t1 u
Tbeafire, remains amIong the
mnoe mysterious flginur of
hiaeeo7.


Em _____________________________ U. _____________________________ Eu _____________________________
EU U.


* PAUL MUNI


THE PROWL"


APRIL 8th

Paul ani inflames the
reen wtth raw drama la
narOD nbe NProwl".-. a
past s a*ppt stary.-
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the mast obeuiu woman In
the movies, abows her beaatyf
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Over No. 3 Dan Bucceroni Fired; Hack
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NEW YORK, March 30 (UP) Handlers k InL, mii DIAM


of Tommy (Hurricane)
Stinnal new slugging star
drive they hope will carr:
ch. ~pion.sh!p by Septemh
That's n.1ahtr- bli dreaming
I for a lad v'."io only three months
Sago was tiihtiic in the pre-
liminary honut but laht nlght's
spectacular six-round technical
knockout of Dan Bucceroni cave
Jackson's pilots. the right to
dream just a.i bli, as they want.
And Hurricane Tommy con-
tinced plenty of in-person and
television viewers that he can
do almost anything he's asked
.byv the way in whi-h he polish-
t'd off Bur -eont No 3 ranking

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Jackson. boxing's sensa- IIUW IU U r lUI
r, laid plane today for a
y him to the heavyweight DALLAS, Tex.. March 30 (UP)
ber. Phil Cavarretta Rot his walk-
ing papers- as manager of the
heavyweight contender who Chicago Cubs today, ostensibly
went into the ring favored at 2 for failure to get the Cubs into
to 1 the National League's first di-
vision, but he implied Stan
Jackson. now ranked No. 7 In Hack. hi, successor, wouldn't
the heavyweight class, simply do any better.
ignored Bucceronl's famed right- Hack was promoted from the
hand blasts, swarmed all over Cubsa' Los Angeles farm club in
him front start to finish, and the Pacific Coast League in
never stopped belting Dangerous what was believed to be the
Dan with larruplng lefts and oc- major leagues' first spring train-
casional rights until referee Al ing managerial switch.
Behrl called s halt at 1:58 of -I am disappointed and sur-
the sixth round. prised." Cavarretta said when
.... -- Personnel Director Wid Mat-
/I Kr I thews announced last night that
OOKIt o o he would be given his uncondi-
tlonal release, when he refused
to trade places with Hack at Los
A"It's a big opportunity, and
,0 oi.L 6 ErT 8 IC'H9ES I'm going to do the best I can
0 1 OF /M MAKE* to give the Chicago fans a Lgood,
i- Vt7 WHiN HE California. He refused to predict
iW IR AM W FOR how he thought the Cubs would
S MILWAUK D6 place.


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GORANDONS AND SONS OF GOOnTUmS RA. OLTIMMS
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGOU GREAT GRANDSON


Above are the members of the Ptcific Little League, who will take part In ti baseball game
to be played Wednesday morning at Uttle League Park in honor ol th .oetha ela old U-
era. Names of the players great grandfathers and gridfathers are ashvn Ji Pagtlois.
Standinig left to right: Walter Brown tWalter raha lnBrown; Dougl rk (W. L._Hefth';
Dick Scott (Thos. Orlmlson), Bobby Dilfer (Harry Comley); Ja Hem (SineyJ F. Moxe
aid John F. Kern); Danny Dhsaonde (Burt 0. Desode and Albert B. Carruthers); Crt
Schwarzrock (great grandfather Clinton Carty; Joe CQrti); George Ootton (great grandfathers
Robt. L. Glawson and Chias. Cottou; Geo. W. Helm and Er net C. Cotton); Alblert White (Al-
bert. White: Coach Fred Huddleston Jimmie DesLondes. Howard ngelke, Ed Kunkel and
Jack Watson. Second row,- kneeling; Larry Corrigan, Eddle Corrigan (Jokm P. Corrigan, Sr.);
Freddie Roe (Samuel Roe, 8r.:; Billy Scott Tahos. J. MarneS; Freddie Huddleston (Leon W.
Giavelll); Kenny Pearl (grestgrandifathers Stephen Calvit and Hugh White: Chas. 0. Calvit):
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NMias. .W L A
lmour Agencies 9 L 0
ai Panama 4g 937
fst 4. 9 821
ears 36 sg 919


.. -- ... -. ..,. ____
oge could- no wrong TOP TEN X OWLERS
s lacked t m of M lanon 200
Sand 215 o a te fc Baler 19.
tla. Ted Melanob and Gerge coffey l
Vla Wie game Cowes plenty of Colbert 194
help. Ted ad a 619 serle, and Cowe -
Van had a 605 series. TedWilber vaWie i
came in with a steady 539. Best t ,
Bob Wag oner rolled 'mae Schults 19l
house a'fre with his rediled Waggoner 10.
ball. Bob led the E Panama Jmnowski i1i
crew nmes of 2 adl94
for his" "' L P"AMA
or a ., 53 i P&BAMA '
beaL 1 itV ro l e sWag owner 226 223
had antte t rqqoieseltalt 78--148 44
alleys but came out luwith T et ,i 4
ord l -1followed wit a 11 13 161 51
and 534 respectively. B1 68 1 16 ,584
Nash took revenge on the 915 9 5 957 2817
Sears five by winning. 4 points., ,.31 5 7 211
after having los 4to8 1 10 8 539
their previous methi. a rry 2L 20 79 .5 9
Colbrti, 'pa ed al that teaml w13 239 5 2D .5I0
with games of 223. 1I anad 2.14C s 213 23 215 9 9 66'
for a strong 623. Ted qtar of the Van Wie 211 221 173 605
nite however was eorge Riley. Melanson 207 207 205 19
George Rot his first 00 series 104 .
in the Classic League. Riley had I 9
224, 192 and 192 for a beautiful A
mi*a ._1_. -- I NASH


Richard Morris I(Chas. orris ant.auu m. n u ..pj- yw ''- --9 i.3 -
hlflim km Watson (RoyvR. Watson);Bob CapwellR (John H.Capwel); John Watson (Ray R.fWatso); mS Janowsi hld on to Jaowsk 184209198
ine n nngele Harry N. nlke) Front row, heated: Russell Potter (RuseU. Potter); Spike ad the to tn with ley 224 19219
SMcNal (great grandfather John i Westberg; Raymond L. Fltpatrick): Harry Raymond, Per- strong 591. Joe Filebark came in Tneis 158 171 178 5
Ta n Games ry .Raymond (HiaryS. Raymond); Fred Chase (Chas. A. Chase): Jack Lubera (Brton H. with 525 for Nash. Bud Balcer, Filebark 101 1 4 25
C eadi; Buzle Rathgaber (great grandfathers William EUenwood and William F. Morrison; who .just returned Irom the 0-Colbert 186 214 A
r a ining V ..John E. Rathgaber and Guy -S. Morrion); Craig Stoudnor (Morris M. Seeley); Dick Hern (Sd- lympic at Mexico where he 976 8
ney L. Moore and John F. Hern); Jerry Steiner William J. Allen and Chas. H. Steiner); Colin coached the Panamanian Bowl- MA
Corrigan iJohn P. Corrigan. Sr.); Mickey McElhone (H. J. McElhOne and Leo. A. Ferguson); tig team, proved to Panama1 .EARS
NEW YORK, March 30 (UP) Bt boy Louis Engelke (Harry N. Engelkel. that they made a wise choice. DamTan 167161
SBOb Ruh, O the Chicago Bud bowling for Sears, racked Thomas
Bob Rush, f the Chicago u games of 212. 202 ahd 235 Bllmeyer 211 1i 16 5
Cuba, rapidly rounding into Akg fora terrific 649 series. Dam Zeletes 1460157 177 480
rm for his agnment, turned A min E m b rrThomas had himself a field day Balcer
the Baltimore Orioles yesterday m ica d abig 225 game.12
in six shutout lnnings against $ ri he cameI ih as --, -r,
but Bob Lemon, the only other sn

Sdipr oi Brooklyn Dodger Officas pacific Softball League
S Rush's fi pltig was wast- I-
ed, howei,, 'wi he Orioles -
hopped on Howie Pellet for
three runs In the ninth inn inga VER BEACUFla., March 30 Second Halft tandin sixth on two singles and an er-
their 15th -victory In 21 rac- e Atl lntic Twi-L a g (UP)-it's hard to believeItTeas W Pet rorbuttailed theTars foura m
their 1t victory n21r could happen even in Brooklyn Firemen's Insur. 12o 'W the slxth frame
fruit League games. Clint Court-er but the Ddge are being'em- AA 7 3 compete
money drove n t8e winn tirun n to from e te ar barraeee report- a9WEo GA a In the .topofthe eighth with
r tit i loutfelder'sA00-battn- average Baxters Movers 4 6 400 tremiencameb ti


g % .Lem A on, however, was tagged hib atol hit -th--,--l e Eer d l andon l sield n by- Lo
opeeuDn -S2bulerin home runs to lead wthe Washing- to unleash a merciless attack Dr 3b ............. 5 1 1 *t hit ino beaeues report- DNE of y sl th o tho t th
5S .. f over the Detroit Tigers. It was with a triple, one double and Dedeaux ap .....t...... 3 0 0 Amrea fte ahoetanlca* downed Navy six to our in an the Tars up in the botto of the
forAW. Washingtoeone lmievendth sadianght three sinles at Mt. Hope this ....... til eler who eanded, extra tg exg Lan le se. loP f l to

trimh aain i a ru Jones f ........... 4 0 left felde d so ar a .- The Firemen's TOOK a one run tir, Taht fiedout to cene
towsixn d Yos.v one- care THahl bo m te was leadc- .The bsoxs lso :r te tsd oat the outset Yesteray tenoon th the ut f he Feml. en' tho left shi
ooen*eduIfPRE6iV Ita1953 season t of the Atlantec Twilieght League, born e nor ea r he min2or- Navy oftAd to ,Ah inning and the game. t
homeruns to lead the Washing- to unleash a merciless attack Dptto pb ............. 5 1 1 One guarantee fine softblom of thee sa wUlnley WithefNy them was really on
as / Q O L. oLIwgeaed horns in ari whas I=riple d sn reed p ." ed when Firemen's 11srance outhekop Ofdthe n
,,,Iton Senatons to La a12a victory that drove Pretto to the shoer an rB n, to-the 4 0 0 tf d a r eI-hn." ed ee
over the SDetroit Tigers. It walso ihr tripndou and ts r see .........t 3 0 0 Amoros fits those qualfic- downed Navy six to four In anthTarsp In the abote nce the
Wasingn seventh straight three singles that netted sevet Napoleon radp .......... 2 0 0 tions exactly-be's left-handed, exta inning game. eighth, Lambiris popped Ott
tri h i ie o runs. Jones cf left fielder adthe sofar .4031-3 hThe t Firemen's took e ofle ru thir ht fieda to
S and Yost's one-game HasI ln al hihe etter-butheDdgers still i d In t Ae tO O- rst but fiel. Jsen eked ut l hi
homer total was one third of ughes, strong right handed artin i........... 1 0 0 sat that he's notwhat they'rewere held scoreless b theNavythird hit of the nd
hiSs entureoutndt dAor ng the thrower from the Powels team Herrng14 r ..........'. 1 1 looi fr. The y bneedTarsforon 1 our b.igles for wa
Id1953 season. of thee Atlantic Twilight L league, Rsb olane c ........ 1 0 Ier a pt yea n the Ta f ere occaa l mothat fh- struck out ta to sldt th








PRESENTATION ON THE ga5mea.h MlIn ee e ee e as e k e vist a g 3 2 alle raton pa th o t the Il n
SGREAT FEMININE rme oe Maco ingr tters eating out of his d lt .... 4 1 esandassignment. Potto pon ..ute tem botto the s ea at Mt. ste ait thee as al e
The St. Louis Cardinals Col- For six Innings the Geld Coast Montalvani 1) p9 o 0. p o ol Amoro. incidentally, batted came up with four runsOnt
SSentorfAMERICAN BULLhIGHTER of al e iorthas erds all nigh t terPe l b .......a.... 43 1 0 tAeret ep H e li or College an truck ot f ogum
S..... .r it wh a te n the a.. .....; .......1 0 0 ao e 100 runs for free paes. a double b afen Fremea s Ins e nine ma
Wain the first Inning and went on making ntil he stave up a three on ra ..............0 0 tontrel in thhe International and a single by ruton. ed up a totl of eighth safe Ito
to beat the Chicago White oxbase bat to Dolo opening the League last mason a GLORas Idu-A Firemen's aInsuow iyn fve ft n but were
4-3, for tober 13th win in 2i to) of t fe seyenth.o 32 bed "the hitter with the miracle two tallies in the top'Of tlibl etor





trw foLA KJ the fCrtW th p oaterol y.on. y d needs 1 a a E
Klusewkistwo- rup homer In Rborne ltR bk ea Halfback Th ea raid theyv e n
tethe ninth enabled the Ct incin-auasc t d. mayf s find eves n an etvmn o w 7th w neAgainst five *" n
The Stdinges the lPacifidc rider's h al lehr 3b ..... 1 more tickl spot I Amoros c- u hi waschar Hed l t
leci4 ntRedlgs toh overcome an 8-1 second tally of the aime and theottf..... # ........ 1 i nnues his fine hitt ing because [o bes fura n
y AIMtl e deficit and down theTa t I pla two of a three hin uA ------e bha ttni nonly gu .osruck ohfth a fe 4.it
T l Millionaires W e al renrd... there are occasoal rumors hatr i en ., Wn e wr s ts 4 sn f 2e
KThe AEtlantic side pitcher str ck l en i c..... 0 1 L bOk ie u with the isos h. rt t







Po5 r5 otherr games, the Philadel- out 1 o tt eo the ag grf.Tegationfo sacs...a1bc useNwC.T11WhTmt NAVT 3
ph&hll'eit estrorutedthlehDoders. the from edOnD, N. 2b .......... 3, Hen hTheer "1Tth Navy maned uh
hed te le side of the ian lsued r10 Hugaher, wo c addition would pa theo .Name so P R
ESETATN OF THE 19-5 an te Maee Baas as he the vi ai........... i. caled saturationn point
GREATFEMININEot o fv nh traisL. no.wn. "C nu on six run
scored a 12-4 romp over Macon Ing batters eatingetofs mi C. gh tnro aM t.se t
SeiSTRDA tAMERICANd RESLT Lott tlc TBULLFIGHTERight e b............. 1 With Amores in thel Un ap Stadi m ChJnci ol 3
re, ePretto startedon the rf ..b.........1 0 0 NOdDoNewombeorldndCristobalHihSchlra n We have a new plate







l hl r herse Prco se startn ised ont dhe W esh ......2 1 T R the1 ohb. rf d e 0 hf
19 i s i8 d L my U t? d
hRR i oillfohe vis throsing tador s wo itepliy ononr N thegroesd with a five year-old recordfal- Knight of Coroul and Ie
nowl Citmy hit ball. in the fourth, a. twod Club fh from Pr e id ng by the cinders. Big, burly easgame isR
innogs hein w isthro n thN .re md -h r t
IC base blast by Esola pushed dLQpd fs nW 'ftii. tl fIaNickisher. the first of Jun- Of his ability. all hands -wil
t acrsse with i run a the homr theech utn h th oon Ce llg es 'discus trIo heaved very sato 5sfie d in the future.o
SRobert Walte' bases loaded fifth. is d ... e 10 inches to surpass the old: E ISA E




















(e (mxIan )N 1s1; tpoweo_. SB' never ltt reta a athre I l record held by Larry Horine,r g ate r.
wThe most co r'ous and ,,Then camee seventh and Rto h r NC.H, graduate, by 13 inches. Name a n pAe r










th ror ewerCrlstobal tracakmen als oB i show-E Jon c
spectacular lady bullfighter RAINBOW CITY MAJOR Gibson walked to start the rally. I Cristobr 4l t -l a 2so show- Mcrthur, lb 4
of ~b ~ SOFTBALL LEAGUE Hughes. Riding his own cmuse._ ed a bright side by capturing 4 1 2
sent a hard drive screehing out abackTh t 10 first places out of 13 events g
Claud The w tha over the center fielders h do Carl Tutle C.HS. sprinter, and". W, A r
Sr of te for 'three bases. IngLaam LENCE,'i Ray Nickisher, Jun orCege's' *.
Teams W L pet.gld to left and eCd. q(NPA) Cck weightman, where the only dou- Tu or 4 1
nBLeerebatr'aAfter Gordon had rde d IW*.=L L a &J ble winners.
Harlem Sporters 4 4 500 fist unassistedPre weorkd had the ryn. g The raults:n.
TheDarkMillionaire 5 3It .72 wa l o had ll t Yd. High rHrileslF' w st ae ey.rf4 1
Powetas GarageNB 4T MAJR H ept tf hitting proueta.Hining.aw ro e r'4 g., ft. J.C. 'rime: 11 S1.e.Totals 2

SHADE UNSHArDE TOMORROWS GAME and Price scoring on the play.1 rence *fr om'0 100 Yd. Dash :it-rattd Naei ..os.. .2b
AthReanaTu Ctaydn and Montalyae.i took Overfm nthe tralr C, f ,IM #At ilreh-coces Hati. CBS. Time: 10.5 3m1T3
YESTERDAaaS RESULT Lott. Atlantic Twilight League's The film. .. '' y HO.TRelay: iiHutson. 3bl 4 0
top hitter hit a line drive single ed together. oera'- 4.0nYd.wRers."-LChaneokar, if
P. Garage 8,eCerweecria Nac. over second base scoring Wilech Mod.orepretse.ts aTime440 7. Dash: urdaest.-on iloti.e, ifA 1 !0
m, .eand Gae-leher and himself scored than l9g4 Ytwoai10
The Powells Garage team ye- ween sBueye" weaittinaem'e -atnhg Hroet. w- ciift, J.n. Tmeh 1 S Seg2
terdayepulledt the Cervecerllne drive t4lftcn terd, wen t a h c l -a JdCy. CBSh 61.4 3rd -ut i. Na e P ,0
Nac iooahdotwn nNtoa t last preloand Mtw aseimGib on antdu hes fra iL ft 5i miot ,latgi. CHu i m:2nd- 0. J" h. Sm1tal 4 04
Return of Oswald Haynes won his second itthe inning were w nfield outs a-o TV e s w DOVandergrift.. -limre: 223. J nse b
game'withoutna defeat, to.retire theside. -mames-l2 Yittle,'S b-I
t ht h ndpitcher, dropped hig first con _______tr ",_"4Rl sV o ,f0___0___ _

.a ,eeeN.oe on ye on balls, four Twoit..,T.1.
Robert Waites bass loaded m,.anme ba6 goodInIt.&QA~82 4e1y6.h.
...edae' en' h triple.In the first In"int gave. R0
they never lost
ed the r y Win cause with twoer r n d -tl ef e t... i ... :DA n Mb.v. Tie: 1..
for three while Cerveteriart t h n-rbi ORwi i H atlZ. H d .Te4
ClaudesTafe Was the leadln 1 o igpLw Y113h t -D tC M .jde to W. 19'.
h game withter o dewehtwo for eowl- "-sl u"- n Yd.&-'r .aI
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gete tW>rVl)Utbt1= are but eh MtYou're aon the 142,
with TV. b is astonished to bohW er thison aae h rl apon S*, l, Or a t Mo __who mo'i 4In.
S lI re h ynola. I t y tWdee wha t wouM Col- T-m8 T* will be nre bb g, W e.h l as ir n-.
Sbus have done, or at _..or J .T08%m .. ... In I s..n "p o1 j t oo 9 effort
t You M t want to let the Ita(lL Mr. Dundee de.ee yoAM hS _lt e MS Troop a sh)
Htam Nan BrSA. ted earlier Jasons ON DO 1s411111a r01" of fa-. R
|JtWhen did you first learn to lvU ." I aked the Iout Ip lots golo S I9 0 0- 1 4
s" s e"nhlad. rSe he tw s e w toT'trof tli vnthtfetdsr .k. oWbbe P.008 tX-15 14 r
Th th might Sei to work border on the still gopdo not to a hoa emd -. Et 0 Mat- n
IAr IdleKtMr. Dundee undea .. n I the greater SW sadt.Join .o. e o e to h. t -- Bla4e1 (UP), a -
i ofrot a finer and braver new swridtory, Just -- Pt roole MS and r
Us It aMMd. a sensationally dMP and =. thexhpa ttorg 0pft- co tr Irt Zak* .. srhar( < )
WI"At: can an.e" he isghed "It. was r ea o of living ewer a nd Roeaa d
H torl gang to work, and thank God.rvt still got too MO 113 'his hi 5ttd n- Prt in ;%d AmT Aton.
II d1.41" why but I had hopes ths adventure would pro- UiK then ho the lme t 1 run. noon altset, even-
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sparr trunks and soggyl s m ely -Itas e" ma lhe tbwa o- et aal lO the lor "R d f Is ,
Sthe s i know h you ain't going to meet rulu MiltS or even K hi s L tt oe is rs.e i Arm Aos 00Hornss -- a r 1n
aI p *o conat of secret that be feel& he ans o Lr t o. In tle fift n r Claytanh Wt.
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Sa ae foded acn ltaahel lns hl flts th. a t waeni batted In iAne- fol mt r ebrit r.
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jrAnd M hav foblg ded ann th U l be na n rtd 1:10 w" i t me l, -o -b unhre
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It. ofsd of hustlE, a ld eohee fo udatch poe J U. n ....... rn o," %0M Ia4eIn
m -ndslv ihedlyn bo i l theb hom tam. 1
He's tfbl. aantly a Southern thaes e s heats he # nm o.p Obaogs I elsm H M ps e.lty Of Be e ... r. .. t arr1ing
*ldrik t -1 a saunds lke S to te wh Mon was ah Ik for dead1 I r i weI. the pse ttomP of th elrrh r oya

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and bses u ;'cant emon we tn the firet u asamn on a I nIn fe l
tGavilan and &&IMF to 2,i ;oh hiforla the w Led runs in ...without g t-
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,1 ft iswaxarck's doubI- o. ad Roy,
d e 0'e: &a ls M& an two of Mr. Eu1 Watsu' sdiadg- t left and start-
how s I* mAria of prHfit is determnued 66d a rMY hn the 0sth when
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heicqternleft for the Darien 'Let the people know the truth and the cowatry isW -rcol
Pro this morning to In- .* -
plane, reportedly located TWENTY-NINTH EARANAMA, P. TMY, A
Three bodies in it by workers u i
of a lumber mill working in AN'" '
li0e) Naonls eere QOg Of US Busilhess WorI

from Abraham Prepton of Pan-
sma Forest Products, stating
that mill workers had found
tile wreckage of a plane in
valley near Oso Creek. H as M
the wreckage might be that of
S.. il-tary plane, but U. 8. NEW YORK, March 30 (UP)- im art lt el high nae t oat n avall -.

Preptons telegram described That's the conclusion reached a. | de^laty washed ut all phu. .Yl n e .inli Ji si --... : .. .- ..
he plan as having red and by Fortune Magazne in a popll starting a gs h r so a
S ohlte e markings and the in- of 253 business executives iun i r y swee _' l c back toialI

!. the magazine. a .... M fa tlr* u.tirmev _ilao.. oa te imm.tfee w< emi_,d .---g+ -+, =I'.f+ Ir r I. C '+j'-f/- l-g, wd
n fSo McCarth supporters are his charge tha the Army tled to f e t necessary todo -, ....
Sa s turnnaalnst im the a- to "b laykmail" him and PAry VhCu ..
zine said, especially in the south- re rts that McOtrthyan^d -oun-
ad0d10 indedndare growing tiredo he get pcial faorsor rl ri
manC displaying unmistakable drf es subcommittee aide.

Curos aghtsee ars crowded reporterint.Forsam u e ra zie inrtd among ln station. g tm.beatingsthi a e w 'l ow a. l ober I
town today to be among the businessmen supportien Mcenker- T. balay was bego to pas' ui. m. to ets pl i b a t i
Sirst tio rie Canada's first lab- thy. Only bout one- rd o f Mtilarthe draw some critic0s.m. Ame cans t e t te.r .



ahen it ou pens to oreharlo. eil ecuti pl wre willitg toon oro Deocat ic 557at issuedat0e p -yetar-bold j OU Dail a82atub2K* y.otrCerj cht deipok s ?'l un-
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i rc n be'carr fwew cors n su hi job before any others hear- ed of seekcoarteArmy favorwh Theplaintf M eAl i. n iMonse ar a ho.. b od 1t h t ou n. It I 1t o hpyla. : -o
ca. s Fo r thd s ame route i ngts the South Dakota Repubi for Schines sr oaim i thaiw an h fcal Awr e a rs w m oe.* ae h .,Soh p m s t a a.'".edbv'Na
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I Sadi.Af .. I.. -o n o o e-c M d wa s on he k afth me pbersons Mcwirthy, hommunrst l he leak, le ow heard fWOen oe Son _.igel d MiT uan .- l. 'sown oll. c, e o e .iven A p n 5.n. 1I54fo s bd u
o m ..e wt buse s a ndt sbofr- ts the senaton erm'e n t Redehnt png, pc ompetre-heent and i eepprtiaolh at or .u.hoai I them l i t sb rioeth- en f5R I j. o son 6. C.rpt r ats. ley po It ldeai hvI --.er
T fiour-al d-one -half-in .I e on y -_htwo all-ou MnM cCa iresue-o ny ,n ,d .t, h-. b en fi r n daasng fo r r In t h atan..pt.
,.ady wibe pe nedrtomte poatersIwtfgel .overepsformend .yesteramong e ....rn tsr mep h yb... a. C l Sers
publica1:0 i.adtheTo-eecutives olld.The o .d n t oot papr of pb L. orfA a o o












ops Trahsi m is ur .Ingeus urounra" In defense plants and Sleted soedke .he ad ahe had ben .1 ttae 6e J way W r ef "o- .7 ewant to cbpeil ttlewn tto cok f hee witnesses, were d r y who Ieni n he A e of te conll xam eroes, wboa Hig ItV s
S b .ey woun--- contomit sabotage aovernendnton the West...P rine one.dayBdhend he civla can.t- decided has been announced. a llL
i t lw ordered to by party leaderse Mobr Thereplaa- on h bot- e wcel ach-candidat must identify
cre asd courte sy,"oi fbu l edo nd f The subcommittee's search for w eoeer.eldRorthy cowwatsi0 ri4 ByrtBSopdneoe forta te blm"ll b e Sm.eU ob th -IA







t S w i yesterde "u tiwnoon by the who was allegedly driving the n he n til he joined t he n pi bk to ilan letter'from l Marita a Ad-M.
TO N.C, dMarch 30. U oeldig Mros Korea at Hotel B~ ar h P to ol m s sedan Uolved in the accident, Me a**ew Bte r said. o r t ni utratal -on, ; d -
Iu- apt ser. a towenon be- to l Panama pool. Don Hopha, 22, .n e er' e ses er eoai Howard W. Osborn i jThuer a ha paeed up ry New 4 t wse frVIr time Thaening, Wa hington, -ed ltl IS RSl,
eork today s hics hospital of MwaukeeWis became the nXtnn i MOlr P iC nodarch 4 a R NS h C. or other legat f au- *







f a tm l clB0 .paree. h world- goftesronaa y. h diving .. Teeadan "a l?.e chlh and plc i. .nea d ie aleest ionf thoildatoon beore he 'Kill be 0 CITIii rAA Cr. .
tow toda yto champib TO First Hubbee Monroywls beln represented -byc [ldren's ,--home. .allow.ued to take thw n-, ..
fIrst to rid the Democratic de ty law rmofVanee, Ra- Baute" offials said aBywr k s sa V ra tI it a tad aitof. w.t e "i -e.. m
t had recovered o defeated i Ru Coln. HOl OD March 30 (U) mre and De Castro while uta. cnftOed to a ma. .i.ecurity m i hor further" ttormaton, ca. "roken -
Sney attack and ne an comes from Toronto, Blen Barbara Paytonto ex- t rict Attorney Rowland H s. lic ere aAting ext adton to Lts didates re a ed, o .ca be reit
b b q M be able to leave Canada, by nteme ineots. The re- wife of ant Tone, ha sev- ard appeared tor the iveern% New York. sfor l --,. twact the SeetaI. Boad of o Bd aBB I
rl ask roieal thon u t eatnd ep elinri rmed pesue.d. ered Iaro iseeith ws e hee od of14roaasald,.g.0 d1.cr Na U.b.vl r i atthlers..ote I[]a rl M.sptod








I irs t or oren icnerss i t e a wnas f uo r snjlent T ermalt pan t re-ar Th plaSntiff, who was employ. I -y, U r t hel onpu-36osp102eer-rethC w Yw t it- V lcs e o~ -"~
Iot ..h .. e Cnad oln comp l'sRing, O .rn d.urImpar tia .anlbra tter.tr4iAat them ni o ldoftl'kl i: i /w aIV e!tgieiiL-
rane with b sesman d u r mortacorpsfa aid'VIeAadn a nnh ome 1 1 VI A prior to lb h adll ito
20 m ar tes al sdraet s tncr ts on commihtteeIts he eestr ofnth a- tDnegl the S. g o vrepfo1a o tefhe reonofi inethear .i









hI fourtca aid wthey did darksls, and the les permit oy C euoanB resthecble for 4 t inka Em t Fohe' ,?dtW iiAMii
41 aboa u twie thate lon gto e rer sCwlth tronal fosnea meongcrto0he $585.70s o rain ages suffer


















i suffered pain dr dTve e terday. T s --aiMe, ed. He alleges Scott failed to use o p d r o
.tolle rs to.be ,,.- c a to ml.d rprtr.p.. Ci hin eeidev rtha livwith theemm Ibvwa-dm ht s dd









onto TaFto agrdon5urr gedWseemre,,omnimpressed, thechrhclesdriinT, th,,, ofRS .ooc =V inari'?
Coas B1,000 pegr- : I eoner ohotne khineuRedgshr oq oi ea4nunuethe1n-asA1wiIdt I b p o
b t the .church during tin third hlace was Juven-eto and decided "this is what we lure to his left lego Monroy sthie coeT .ud i rau esa .--
.cu-n'es office. Mexican .erm rivers who con T ey plan-to be married with cover hdtalhTzaotbftorn edays nd Ihm r nine ,yordaplan Arabs- r"n -m,'..r.,.._ r-
tove treatment and peted in the contest, emerged in a month and will live in Kan- during whuh he "f mred yret were .lain. andth to m 'l I a
afternoon but with a total of 422 points. Otto as Citry where .Payton current as hlus 54he cla he elot A-m r ca' chatrrTan heureh.Jestedas bee'I eB
t ttck durR hmidt of Columbus, ., copped y is stationed, she said. Teineause he was Incaactated ply that Isrths p l A r bring Ainharpe.t
ithat the home of fourth place with 390 potot; The actress and Tone were from remunerative mlof traitors of the crne tJte.
Sn ay nOivht-Th Barne g CpranH fifth place, wed after his celebrated fist D13 eriod of 146 days d Ir el Iono commi"sbedort "u rde nw ma
S el hiEchy a ty u c risbao rg eht ie s wnwee tIoi the da t wth Neal. She dvorced he charIes he loetin not being lon Aoinitsti nof tec ilathe&prthleSas fe
"Meup. bw ay'sdodr0Ipnit norderederNyedea- e n a Na aid e n ttheabi










rrenees of a kidne divinK championship toura- Huthson, however, ad
_for__ whch _Stevenon meWat owaerpoadored rHonl d R.onw c -in-et Stretches I=eieao Io rkettfhell at. ..fl i fhe
Aftrrsumsanliestanteorp m lldarstd man taonhed Txat A and ea tremey nta a otae t
dwhisyesterdaythion byn th e o nogWh o was oalleel dr inthe'W eho-seWl htrfromthgngeetlsigtheneto.
CepMacerha InvestigdatingofSubr-therK ea H l h d b the cities D sart
bg t rodaTorontoIn his hospitaleof ilw, for Wis.becimeItheex Mom enWBocnkt Msed and eanothrinrlastr Yore aoriisac aa.fdan S.ooe
I ftwice th at i c a ,e layfim nV n a. tina l easse21 Dern. Mdadrt o-$,t47rp rOtdes er byUlPong*l




cldMsarahd.theyevudgesipermht- aleryICapt. pnow ble for w ei

aanpfrmhispiv. Sed to ey had 'tled- th ecatsein vto dlwina hon0sim- t. a dwithoun i sns


.-'.- PlW ates und y and rolled The forecasters, who-had pre-"T mto b -
eatware yesterday. was diminn- dlcted-onl -flurries. spe.t a har- .fohere o t e ;. -.
rlaing. early today the heavy red day revising their snow esti- ,t con cheal..fmmm"
snow had stopped and the cold mates upwards. oeel -etrid
front wae spewing freedng rain. Air traffic at Chicago was
sleet a.n" showers over much of halted and Loop traffic quickly Curtain'
.rZs t. .became snarled in a sea of slush
07tnhmanta mof the Midwest.polcereported many skidding*
.deep, wet oblr.leftbthe bi Iowa as by an eigt-inch1 Me
.-. -.snowfall that slowed highway 5O W 't 0 i;-
e snowstorm left 16 Inches traffl.and forced the closing of
of new snow and four persons som&e schools. 'The Des Moines Toni ht is
.4.- dead at Rochester. N.Y. Six per- airport was forced to close for The tar Ouw4a
s -mi died at Buffalo, NKY., whop .se.ral hours. South Dakota bat- duction,"
that city. was buied -under 13 Ued a six-lach fall.
Inches of snow. ua pngy
Most of the deaths were eaus- The coldest weather was in the The eurtain
l -- l toeId b over. or im Int fighting N twet, where thermometers Pm. In tl e L .---"
the as. torm. dipped in '7 below zero at Hole- shop lwcated bUI q ~ ~ a -
Ander In, d.. noeth" a01ci a MmmL and 5 below at Int_ er-Lunday, every
'Mecask"w"ke s s-dd -nghis --Down ra Id t a -r- ..inal ls, Minn. Stu Batuf..y
Mooer in wizati w&PR O= pbe lth aest ft ~,ta shdin southern Illnois blooming RemsorfVania
aaWaRs tryint vaeater te U S.I Id uIMA Wi'red OWe P"em. peach oebArds worethreatened calin "' gmkgVji e
-Lot e nyu awaolin from The cold wave Plngdtb with Wre damage. The orehard at POIMNama
9W usp loo awa e"idtand umeruery belw mere I0the wm Iwe"OPresWort 0 Nto 100 per centtalso be uesn .
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