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The Panama American
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00664
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is safe" Abraham Lincoln.

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SAN.MA, R. P.. TRURSDA4t. AR! 24 Mf11

ks o RP assembly
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CZ Goyf. Employes

Seek To Win Back

Free Leave Travel
A ls l a~uPt to let IThe Canal announcemUt point.
ADhs to v- ed out tt b t e a ts
m- .._ W ..'I -a wl ar.l; & to,
as thaerl y e*rimhiupazure1oni-,
Una-Me ,, Trades CUnl tlale- T:e t aoadded
Mlre. RA study of the Company oper-
forCA tons begin made and it ap. ..
Free vacation travel fhrCa at a c laments t.hI'.
nil Zone Government emploes year for ny employes
w suspended yesterday ay not be req ,t was an.
is In wo uppleMental ap roplation
%&a es- Canal Zone Government
m *. -. f*
af tohi ment Conrsa Insitll to take acUton L
raH subenilnat od ailablet hrt tIse COM TO A EAD Panama's President Ricardo ("Dicky") Arias and
ft~tra niperisofi o^ f-A tdidul available faro t h W r tea' Vice-President ("Dicky") U. Ifxon, as Nixon tries on a new has I
t reuar 155 fscal yer appw ro wave him yesterday. gWg the fitting Is Panama' First Lady, Mrs. Olga
tth e h.sl atado-es for operation of the Ca- ds Aias
er sad anal Zone Government to cover
d uIsm ewigt Earl Dhome leave and reduced T rTate --
otf a-OW eaio f the A1 leave travel for its employes wigl IA iT
aldatema Cana l l t .h- rbe. exhausted by the end of this l. t iG 0D
Lindsley H. 8 obwe the ,e.k. Accordingly, the prote. .V tV ,1
ty of the Canal Zo Owe n of further application was
met nai. vacaton-b oa U suspended yesterday.
Si employee:4 eeor If raflores
teat t repay i Aecoo of their The actions with respect to the .
vacimti travel if im when MuspMe fna'ofme leave travel
fuids artlade a nlaei teefp. &and -gata on the ~ rAde
Sproriagonsrate leave travel. re of an WIde -IA- nBombed?
proplatloies dt-. lo ste furtherac- "
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Thinks Treaty Will Win

Senate OK; Wants Action

On Pan American Highwaq


The United States Senate is expected to ratify the recent treaty signid with Ia.
ama, Vice President Richard M. Nixon told the National Assembly today. NixohtI
the presiding officer in the Senate.
He also told members of the special Assembly session convened today in :1
honor that work to extend the Pan-American Highway to the capital city is movah
for too slowly. He wants action to speed it up. .
g After inspecting the Canal locks and making a la
transit of Gaillard Cut earlier this morning, these
President was welcomed to the legislative body by,
sembly President Ernesto Estenoz.
Chief Justice Jose M. Vosquer Diaz sat on the ~
trum beside Estenoz during the session in which N
also told the deputies that if and when they coId S
to Washington they would be assured of a warm welOme
on the floor of the Senate.
SDeputyVictor Novas, chairmapo.,f the Foeg
ti "I CT Me SQ

Os. ,+ f .
s"r,, q.atilmated
to hbetweeI OW shd 700.
are pe3olmn,
"e evaS ste as ped

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pi,,ar.a e itef, o1 d

t will bemS Sh aundsy,.
S a Candl dpfesma bu. .
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osaid that he i.om.ibte id-
jouHnedwithout s5ttl4ng a pecik
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,s "w Fv l, 1 to the Civil Defese orga-
TAIPEI, Formoa, Feb. 24 (UP). ,f Ithe nature of the
dayofchlets thel MrLs. PAtriela NixON toawM-
ouAdsy e re mo~vdpaon the dn u rtie Oipatung personnel wi1l be a w au
tliQ~sfts o iseSS. lt coalnted I Civil Defense di-
bombmb Victims -.. 7tetor, Pacific Bide deputy direct-
land, and It apead t e ot ,/d the technical staff chiefs
Ost-would be abandoned at U o;from.e-e vrious je u lto of. at a
w-bta4 Mrsa Nixon
trlf t -abroe na-o t0K fi a d Gui"mboa will ar-
nume.r. werewCeoune om arecend oto 'ways and means Mto cope CoL, bu mor
;=inist bo b attacks r W=4e effectivelytwite thae
iWb T s tal r i h would result from S
las t otoldnorne th asin c iw wsfc i Mr.
,ladt nlhof -or- Ih 1,000b ri, T technical staf chief will Mrs. Patr la Nixon todayla-
and ealmated a total of 4,00'0 be J ien series of problems tened sympabetlcally to a wom-
would be removed from the during the two-hour ex e r e i se. an who complained about her
threatened landd 140 norieah Cw ill be asked to note on CperatIon. tl ked to dozens of
north of Formtane (o.lano Thesd fore m the action recom. I's about Their tour of dut3
Ihen'b nt ast oun t oor .metded to be taken by their indi- here, and chatted about Japan
The o air force an- videal bureaus o untis. with a Japanese war bride dur-
Sben hit C The general public will not be !ng the course of a buy morn-
munlst nvattbuildups in te requested to participate In an y ing n the Canal Zone.
arby.Taa Island early to- tr in "Operatlen Inlater inm" She also h ook hands with
y, but did not announce the since it will be aself-cotained one of te of the ents at the Palo
reults of the wlatet attacks. exercise for the principal staff of Seso Lep ro~ um which was
Authorltatv e American soure-the- Civil Defense organization, her fhisht v di to a colony of
es here said they knew of no de- The local test is a part of one this kind, nd told one of the
cislon "so far" to evacuate Nanr- wbhh Is being held throughout men who cautioned her to be
chi, but It was understood Cl- the region I of the Federal careful that she wa "not at
anx called a top-level confer-' vI Defense Administ ratio on. all worried."
ence of his military chiefs to whufl comprises seven Southeast-
discuss the irownf threaL iern S tates, Puerto Rico, the Ca- D u r i n g an activity-packed
. The US. 7t Fleet, never coam-ral mZe, and the Virgin Islands. morning, the blonde wife of the
mitted to the defense of NanchI, F wing the first phase of the Vice Presldenlt of the United
,apparently was not helping the local test, a communication-.type States remained cool and smiling
evacuation of civilians from thee will follow in which the a she made the rounds of hos-
iltad as it did when theZ.Taeh-l&ne organization will cooperate pitalsa, school and the leper col-
et were evacuated. A in the Regional test by forward- ony.
el arrived in ,_a in, repts on hypothetical dim- Everywhere ahe went specta-
c Ctrs. 20a| and requests for assistance, tors cheered -her and many re-

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Jlj s 'was postponed until lat-
i. -Richard Russell
GM teves 1orthhght-

ong Army

)anger Spots
Warning that the Untled States
fices "'ave dangers," R I d g-
way said it ouMl not be mere
coincddenm tM the Soviet bloc
has no r d warmed aggression
in may area whebe U.S. orces

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taBtes have brought U to the
conClusion that there never was
a .better or more capable am-
bassador of goodwill chosen by
Panama's noble friend, the great
President Elsenhower.
"We know that in addition to
personal contacts with officials
you have chosen, on your good-
will tour, to interview persons
from all walks of lie, such as
laborers, farmers, merchants,
Industrialists, professionals, and
the like, with the idea of getting
a complete picture of their prob-
lems, aspirations, fears, doubts
and reactions about social and
economic conditions in this
"We endorse your Intentions,
because our country, for exam-
pie, Is not made up solely of
public functionaries and the
middle and upper classes, In
fact, the hear of this country,
that suffers and rejoices with
as much intensity as yours
despite Is geographical little-.
ness, Is made up largely of the

sick who e i
uson, ad t nmh
future threatIe
elety, because thy
today of the eistfIgt M I
economic eo dltale,
"Usually, when
like these present tonl
the Panamanian peoplbt
to authorized repr a
the United States Oove
such opportunities arel M
present prpblemis, na&u,
naps; born of conflicts;
our two peoples beW*u
construction, oporatLo,
tenance and protection
Panama Canal.
S"We will undertake -o
thing because to do so i
defeat th e purpose of th is
President of the na
the same time, President
Senate of the United
through him the p iople
ernment of a frt=el',
S"However it 4as oartum

markAd "qu6 bonQt,." "qu6 sim- was a-"lovely spot" to be if they c ntry-folk who stagnate i I thi moment to poit- t
pACa." had to be confined. their palm-thatehed huts; the IVice-Prealdent, that the
It was a big thrill to hun- One of the mothers. Mrs. All- laborer who suffocates in the iCatnuaed en Pe 8. al
dr44s of Canal Zone schoolkids cla Cortez of Puerto Rico, didn't
whe were let out of.school for speak English, but through a ,
the occasion. translator she conveyed her hap- n a a t A Am A L
I front of the Ancon, Balboa pines for the visitor's stopping uzado'V Alttorneys Ask ASSn ml
and 14 Boca Elementary Schools at he- bed.
happy youngsters lined up and A Japanese war bride, Mrs. *
wad le American flags. Chlko Coe, spoke in broken 0:.PI r K im It
Some had painted signs wel- English to Mrs. Nixon and told o R Wco s i e Re Vok IUIlIU CI
coming the distinguished visitor. her she'd like to go home. The ,.
Othef'called her name and yell- Vice President's lady comfort- -- -- s
ed With delight. ,, .the yeongrland.s, i 9 Defense counsel for Impeached bly's Indictment of th I@ r
Ones little boy shouted, "Gee, had been In Ja an herselfIsa Presdent Jonse Ramon Gum haedP s present
she' cLte," year a nd foun It a beautiful yesterdayn asked the NationGal As- The ednt d
R en she got out of the Gov- country. yembsy to "reoNar a tey n o at..
ernor's car to hut a few of the When asked whether there sembly tos reconsdoerando .ct testim ny.eurse t
kidW a roar wen up from the were any particular sights she yo-e" i reslut. on c. he inv g were
young students. was anxious to see. Mrs. Nixon former President on h ae of iwhat 'otwnesses t i
At e.xrgase HspiLal, Mrs. Nix- replied that she really wasn't complicity in the murder of were told by confeme g
on was full of ccrdial greetings here on that kind of a trip. "My prede s P..re. si e i Jose.. e-.
a in Ward r (mer.'s purpose Is to bring good cheer, le brief subm to mbr and Marques
me l and tle Obsteter s !tee- she said. In a lengthy brief submitted to consequently the
tion vich she vI lted. One of I 1941 the Nixons had the ir th Aembly and published Inno more value than
th soldiers told Mrs. Nixon he first glimpse of Panama when local newspapers as paid ad- money given by Mh
wLbed he were back in Mssis- they spent some time on a cruise. vertising, Dr. Felipe Juan Eo-.. The two lawyers lse
sippi. They had come down in a bana- bar and attorney Guillermo Mar- the Assembly to gi _
"I know you wish you do," she na boat, she said-r-"and we saw nues Bricefo asked for revoca- opportunity to .
replied. She stopped at each bed plenty of'sights then." on on e grounds the em-point ofview to
to chat briefly with the patients, At Palo Seco, Mrs. Nixon was bly Is not empowered to act as in full, becamee there
and to wish them good luck. greeted by Dr. Ezra Hurwitz and a judicial body in the case o social and political -
She expressed sunrise at the his wife, who was dressed in a common crimes. .numerous to explain
bed eede of Wlliam alvosa, tr. bhely poller, After touring the At Same time. Dr. ,regorlo Writ__.e t.
who told h er he'd hd In the rounds, visiting some of the parhyt- Mirhm, father of Ruben iro, the Mro father
Zone or many yers. iect roomsve. and the costhakn, hands confreme Couayer tof Predent that although the
T ths Ion, rwholy haso to uth e nmatesthe mailing Antonio n and three other pis s he
you. she sad. remark visitor was trcharmed to a ath others on Jan. e2- sent a l@ tWe .with the A o
Whe, S he Poked her head into valito" at which montuno-clad the Supreme Court In whi he tion had been alloWe
one of in the nse sheat or ewPanamanians, gay diablos and expressed fears an attempt lbe them, efforts by
n aren to the beaming need musicians per formed for her I nt m ade agi ndthefe of Atiresin reard
and hospital attendants:, enefit Impr e s
"Eftrthing shines here like a She found the rhythms "very Dr. Miro's letter asked the So.-Dr Mire u
MnUlMli* dollars." effective.,and the costumes are [remo Court to d eclare .__to be a lip1IIN
_1_.; Nixon, who ha- two just lovely." .Constitutional the act of i.--
YOu* -daughter&. remarked that he was charmed with the his eon ino ---m---4
asmeMUmIn the nurseryatOeor. vew, and old it was a "woonf_.. days although he b
i_ apparentlyy didn't needifulplaceyou have made fft iv-- othuos-y-and ,ele
I. LChief of the On atiut these opl" Of the state ofo
Dr. IL e trumpet "mui l..- aemt a bnhoear's 't c eby the A e Go U K i
hT w thI was too n @e wage go te sltak ang ^1n g u
a, UtP. modern paiew u __ Ir a gift frnn the Eu= : fp i ..and Th -y- i
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del aed touch of 'Carnival when she visited the Palo Seco leper
colony today.

Spends Morning Touring

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7 H STREET P. 0 Box 134. PANAMA R OF P.
LO C A L m y AM l'
1ie MONTH. IN ADVANCE- S I 70 S 2 5



&I The Mail Box is an open forum for readers of The Panama American
f Sotters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confidentis
I yarI contribute a letter don't be Impetient If it doesn't appear th'
S "ast day. Letters are published in the order received.
Plae try to keep the letters limited to one page length.
'* I entity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence.
Thil newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions
S"preoed In letters from readers.
We all like to have the area under the quarters in good clean
Condition. Especially the tenants who are unlucky enough to
Shave bus stops near their quarters or garbage cans in the area of
Their quarters.
But I don't agree that an official need consider it her duty,
commencing at 0700 sharp, to visit all quarters, and knock on
your quarters to arouse you if everything under the quarters or
area is not shipshape. Her excuse is that the inspecting officer
as soon as he has his coffee and doughnuts will be around in-
specting the area and he will not like this or like that, and then
a report will have to be made to the Captain of the base and a
letter put on your file.

Now if you live near a bus stop how are you going to keep
persons from littering up around your quarters? The manageress
has not considered this angle. She requires you to sweep the
street In front of your quarters. Whether you littered it or not.
Under the penalty of a letter on your file.
Has the government given away so much of the treasury that
they cannot hire a street sweeper for Coco Solito instead of harv-
ing the residents cleaning the streets?
If you happen to be so unlucky as own a car, you are in for
apme more headaches. If you don't want a letter on your file
signed by the Captain, you better not get caught changing a flat
or fixing one, or cleaning your carburettor or adjusting it, or do-
ing any kind of minor necessary repairs which any house owner
In the world will give you the privilege if you are renting from

Tenants living over garbage cans do not want garbage an
trash spilled all over the area. In fact they have to clean th
area whether they want to or not, as they sleep directly above
the accumulated cesspool

Rusted out cans can be eliminated. Lids can be provided fo
all cans instead of every other one. That will eliminate dog
from scattering garbage if tight lids are on them.
Also it would not hurt a bit if the cans were taken an
steam-cleaned every two or three years. Haven't seen that don
Notice can be given the tenants when the drizzle machine
which sprays for sand flies is due around the area, so the tenant
could remove their cars from the area and eliminate the blister
Ing of car paint from the spray used.
Put a civilian police force in the area to help tenants fror
being completely robbed of all their belongings. Is there an
other community in the Canal Zone where you have to sit b
your clothesline to watch that they are not stolen as you do ir
There are approximate] 300 its tp ih4s vicinity, 1500 a
around mechanics, 3500 car washers, 5000 maids and moocher
who flit in and out under the buildings and stairways just itch
mtw to latch on to something 'that is not tied down.
If the acting manageress was quartered here in Coco Sollt
instead the Panama Canal Quarters she probably would seo
things a little different.

The problem of wet mops and flower pots is next on the
agenda. It is supposed that wet mops are supposed to be put in
teq oven till they dry out and then kept In the dry lockers.
And flower pots are not to be put outside of your apartment
for sunning, or you are again on report. But that is not the way
we run things in Texas.
They have torn down all the clothes lines which the tenant.
ut i and replaced them with two pieces of angle Iron witl
3o; holes on each iron. The iron are spaced approximately ten
apart, thus giving two families the equivalent of fifty fee'
clothess line to hang their clothes.
rj:r ifrwould be all right except that the Coco Solito public work
out of clothes line wire. So what do they do? The line whici
orItinally cut off from the tenants' wts plastic. They wen
and used that, making the'new tepants who are, coming
dat believe that the plastic lines. were provided by thi
Ito housing department. And just fithgine how much
you can hang on fifty feet of clotlbg line. Especially i
or two of the families have babies. Tea diapers will almost
ifty feet of spac. .
Till better times,

- I. M. Tenant


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Labor News



This year will make history
which will affect the pocketbook
and bank ba'nce of every family
and corporation in the land. The
trick in handling history this year
Is to write It before. not after, It
Its strictly out-on-the-limb busl-
i nesa, but here goes-
Ever since man was first paid
for his labor- in shells and dried
fish, he has dreamed of steady
work and, full pay the year round.
Today we call it the guaranteed
annual wage or continuity of in-
come. Walter Reuther decided to
make that dream come true-and
he picked 1955 for the big drive.
Reuther-came in a little late on
the year because the AFL Team-
sters already have won for 100.000
or their members a guarantee of
40 hours pay in any week the boss
tdis them to report for work. How-
ever, the employer can still lay his
men off for a full week and not
pay them anything.
There are other thousands of
Teamsters who have a guarantee
ol $75 a week in any week they
aie called in. even If they work
only half a day.
However, these pacts do not yet
guarantee continued income the
vear round. That's what Walter
Reuther is aiming for He is being
closely observed by the Teamsters,
who believe that Reuther will first
it the Ford Motor Co.. which em-
ploys 150.000 auto workers.

The Teamsters public relations
department, run by labor's most
debonair publicist, Eddie Cheyfitz,
issues a news letter for a selected
audience. In it, Eddie will say this
week that the CIO Auto Workers
Union will win an agreement at
Ford. This contract will establish
the basis for a guaranteed annual
xage system, .which won't into
operation until 1958, Cheyfitz will
say. First, some five to 10 cents an

"C'mon, Pick Up Your End"

Kremlin Cliques

By Peter Edson


ie hour for each worker will be paid Arctic, ha 1tvN gaiedb the report
ve into a special fund by the company, o -- When this news broke, Arction ofhav gaine the eutany
like the current welfare and pension WASHINGTON (NEA) So- happened, this fourth theory is the Red arbny leaders could-op. e H to pop around cluster of o uts Where
funds aled "Russian experts" are de- now being discounted. rate as a political group. They first Sen Hubert Humphrey f there's an airport. Ts kind of
3r scribed by one member of the Premier Bulganin is not a regu- reyer have so operated. Minnesota phone Gov Orille traffic i t profitabe.
S Then a joint management-labor Washington diplomatic corps as lar army man. He entered the The Red army leadership Is con- Freeman, new Democratic oer
committee will be set up to study People with varying degrees of Russian army with the rank of sidered predominantly Russian nan. M ainnsoet a mLate In eqtrast, Pan Am series oty
army with the rank ofsidered predominantly Russian kittyra a e trasA,
d methods of taking money out of ignorancee about Russia." lieutenant general and worked his tionalist in character. It is inter- t.e Minneo le ur sa fhve.cl ts in Alaska, whilePai
e this; kitty and giving It to laid-off his apt characterization was way up the ladder from there to ested primarily In protecting the tiatht rther serves 11, cifly on e
Ford workers-in conjunction with never better demonstrated than marshal. His real assignment y I ussian motherland from enemies l the advice of the CAB. T Acha ge-Kodak run. Ah air l
unemployment insurance. in the four principal theories now Stalin was as Communist party who would rush in at the first .did can make fr the heavy cost of
e There are those who disagree teing advanced to explain the re- overseer of the Red Army's of- sign of weakness, i an leg s l aure props o aservhi a towM .t eti te
ts with Cheyfltz' version of the for- cent upheaval in Moscow. These ficer corps. He is, therefore, re- The continuing fight for leader- state chambers of commerce h moraprofitable ea be.
r- mula. One top Auto Workers of- theories are: guarded as more of a figurehead ship in Moscow is, therefore, seen sette rhst Ai e teen AP chora aqd Seattle. So
ficial, a vice-president of Reuther's 1. Georgi M. Malenkov's resig- administrator for the Communist as a fundamental conflict between d trek t West Airlnes p an the Presidet .ao faced with
union, believes the following will cation as Soviet premier was party boss Khrushchev. Russia and the Red army as the S .mult so .ato theinoer potenineaaet a
n be the formula. For every two caused by the failure of Russia's There were formerly three ma- international Communists, whose p ne a a Pr ly the decision whether to bar
y ears a man works, he will be farm policies, for which Commu. joi forces in Russia-the Commu- goal is world revolution and world Humphrey phon assis'. Alaska Airlines altogether from
y guaranteed pay for a year of un-nist party Secretary Nikita S. nist party, the police and the domination. uent She rma. " Ad' g. any routes to the United States In
n employment. Not full pay. P1robab- Khrushchev-the new strong man army. A combination of any two .The President' "rul g w favor of Pan An or Sta friend
ly 80 percent of the money he and top boss-was really respon- could rule Russia. With the oqeul. These international Communists lo dize one the most Jpor- pacific Northern."
arns ech hen works. aibln. datin of the former secret police look upon Russia and th Red ete s i e n far, Sec of Commerce
ll -2. Malenknv' promises t raise hf Lavrnti P. Bera boweyer. qrmy as the instrumn for he said. Hd be
- the pact will guarantee each man slani people and to work j.r ,ined. the police are now, be. far, the C0mmunlt party hs al./ 1S m,-. the .I a i Alaab i ,
who has put in two or three years "peaceful coexistence" with the lieved to be controlled by the ways controlled the Red army, hrey De t a" '
in the plant, 1500 hours of work rest of the world were repudiated Communist party-not the army. There is some speculation that r apon"t D .e o res. ---- m L .
o a year. This will include his over- by the Presidium of Council Min- Khrushchev apparently gained the Red army leaders might not i s n butw T told sk cI n lM
e time. There is an average of 2,000 isters-alias thie Kreslin gang. his present control through an al- want to see the Commpuist party l. l a i fo bout a we "
working hour a year-50 weeks 3. Imminence of ratification of ance with the Red army leader- control ended. Such a collapse f ee
t 40 hours a week the Paris and London agreements ship, represented by Marshal international communism would
e 1y the western powers and result. Zhukov, President Eisenhower's destroy Communist leadership in However, as protests began
n Or the joint labor-management ing German rearmament forced World War II buddy in Berlin. the satellites. It would leave Rus-. rolin, "Ad ms .or ht cl a-
,ommittee may simply decide that the Presidium to adopt d tougher . .saia at the mercy of the countries th urat cans to a conD e rs.f
he firm will continue to pay the foreign policy. Malenkov and his This Khrushchev-Zhukov deal is all around her. saturday in o g, n e u Or- I
t unemployed worker after his state softer policies were kicked out. regarded at best as an uneasy The great danger to the United oinaruy e goes a ifay on at f i
Jobless Insurance runs out. 4. Soviet Russia is headed for alliance, and not a permanent so- Stathes en this ishat, intheir days. But Adms knew that on the A l 0 o 17pIt.ons re
S Whatever r It is, a e ar greed military dictatorship. Evidence of Ition ce adership. e a biliy to solve thieirdown internal n ing Mnday that mayors of pse yavailabmn the Pan
that Reuther will get some sort of ths new trend is found in the ap- Once he solidifies his own posi- leadership problems, the Commu- Minnearpol and St. Paul, ps the ma service ccott
s guaranteed' annual, wage "lan. ointment of Marshal Nikolai Bul- ton, Khrushchev might kick hu-. nist party leaders and the Red n no r, of Minnesota, lus sev- te,. s of vace eot ,ln
guage" from Ford to set the prece- ganin as the new premier and kov out. If mistakes_ are nmade, army leaders might turn to ,for- ral chamber ofcomme.rce.other fv.ca.y
h dent. Then the Auto Union will Marshal Georgi K. Zhukov as the and policies must be changed eign adventure to achieve unity, a"d s. rningo.nh W H. iek byt. e -
tturn on General Motors to cover new minister of war. again, Bu lganin could be made ndso blunder the world into a To hea tsr of and to take tue ner Bureau.
its 400,000 workers. Chrysler, with While a combination of all these te goat and removed from power, new war just as i kaserand play away m Democrat Humph- Fourteen are in the clatified
its 160,000 people is expected to factors may have caused what There is no evidence on whether Hitler started World Wars and! I rey, Ike held an emergency meet- and relate dgrou and three
fall in ne after the Big Two of an.ew '--e"i-on,..............ishs"np with stwo Minnesota Republi- in the craft lrtup. Tmie positions
utre Big Three have had It cans-Sen Ed Thye and Cong. may be filled by transfer of ell-
h Walter Judd. Secretary Weeks and gible employee tand applications
t The Teamsters news letter fig Undersecretary Murray who orig- should be transmitted to the lm-

waiter Winchell inNew YorkaruSrWekaldmoy
g uresI.hat sch CIO ctorI wi* anally caused the trouble, alsq at- ployntent and Utilization DIVI
runu thae cost fringe Obenefits to wl whl I e o tended. on.
h the nation's em years up to 40 or sti At the sc meeting Ike complained Vacanuies In the following
f 50 cents as h 6 to 20 a that he hadn't beenogiven all the types of work are listed in the
week above walM, to cover wel- w m "i facts. He hat: been told that North- classified and related groups:
f.'re, pensions, vacations, and now west Airlines had received a great- supervisory baker a s s Lstant,
the guaranteed age. MAN ABOUT TOWN Jece re-trial are confident no French". . N Y Times drama er subsidy than Pan Am. a piece clerk-stenographer, supervising
Right after World War II this names of vice-clientele will be historian S Zolotow is a grandpop of information based on an out- electrical engineer, electrical en*
figure was 14 cents an hour, or Marion Brrndo and his latest made public. Meaning we have fu the 3rd time (via daughter dated report and definitely not the gineer, general engineer, eost
alout $6.40 a week. nearthroblem (Brigida O'Shea) do to reprint all those initials! Mrs. S. Freund) at Mt. Sainai case. Pan Am's total subsidies examiner, organizat tov in and
their rendeztwoing at Major's -- Born- on the 32nd wedding an ae greater than any other air- methods a trphyseical
Meanwhile Ford denies that it Cabin. Brigida is a shapely sta.- That overgrown Caddy outside ct the Zs . Junior Standish line's.- theriaplste pil su-
has mude a pact with Reuther. A tuesque Irish soprano (24) who the "Fanny" stagedoor is for hip- (of the Girlsicals) and jazz im- Result: The Predent complete- penry milk l assis.
lord spokesman telephoned Chey- dusted Rock Hudson for Mr. B grinder Nejila Ates. The owner persario Norman Granz'are Fit ly reversed him came out for tan
h long distance to say so. .. Pat Ward, star witness ini.s a Phlly industrialist, who gave To Be Tied . We recently Northwest- ap orimnally recom Polt p=e .a ri the eraft
t sthe Jelke case, is the adored of lr a minkoat . Philip Pmie's Inquired: "Whatever became of ended by the CAB. group tleld'hle. towboat en-
What happens then if Ford holds dentist. She introduces him only word-wedding for the would-be Turhlan Bey? . Hes i NOTE Secretary Week. is a iner, apoweges epet too and
out? Reuther will strike the corn- as "Bob .. Eddie Fisher was snatchers of Rubinstein: Cadnap. Vinna publishing a new cheese. close friend of felow Nw Eng- leadr ee ta wor
.any, or the Industry. He will given the honor of sitting with pers . Latest. rowl-about-town: cake mag but may appear here tn
have not only the $25,000000 of his Evelyn Keyes i Row A (at "The Tie phone book listing of a sub plans Hmers revue, "Angles &
cwn strike unid, but the support Wayward Saint" premiere) whiesrber named Brennan... 8ev- Curves". . Jakie, the para SIDE GLANCES V Cabealith
of the newly wedded AFL-C). If er feller (Mike Todd) yan ed eral Broo 1 y n churches (con- plegic newp vendor we wrote t.
he wins, the rest of the labor n the back pews v . Shelley terned over the recent teen- about (giving his wheel-chair say-
movement will move right in on Winters and film director Nick age riots and other sinfulness uings to polio victims) is getting
the year round pay precedent. Ray. ,Gloria Graham's used-to- ~ opped week-end dance s. a brand new chair from Scally
But those who have just sat on was) are closer than two onions Others increased chaperone per- .-mbulance Service gratis follow-
the inner-inner councils of the CIO in a Smirnoff Vodkatim . .Andy utnnel The J. H. Zeemans aing our novelet of last week .
Auto Union report that there just Carey, Jr., the Yanks' infielder, (he's the son of the Holland am- (Patty-Cakes!)
is not the tension and movement i, scoring with starlet Lucy Mar- bassadcia to China) have a son. |
that precedes a national strike. All lowe. (Elopeamental cases) . M other co-wrote "Lovin' Spree" h ,
is calm Inside Reuther's camp.Time's current number e bras and Santa Baby, among other Advertising Age (Chicago) re.
he informedeel that somewhere a London UP man for beating hit ditties. The little bellows name iorts: "WWs readers are sure
in the aut. a, dnstry, Reuther has the field by 19 minutes" on the :s Jonathan . Egghead Dept.: hat's where the police will et
already bedlpremlsed the guaran-,. Khrushchev-valenkov skewp . .IGilbert Millstein in the N. Y. their first real clues in the Rubin.
teed annual wage. ranslation. Confirming whose. imes- "A idir number of epicene stein murder . From the
It will be merely a matter of w Sundaynighter of 48 hours before?'people." He means sexless. headlines last week: "Cam Nab
time before the rest of the nation -- Plotter of Rubinsteins gled
follows It happened in the U. S. Court- The DIMeggio-Monroe "recon- Kidnapping! . From here
o __heel e house the other matinee . eU S. clialton rumors are newsix to Feb. 9th: 'Detectives now sus- /
lie.wi nt_.. At torn e y 'for the Eastern many ears but they are still pect that Rubinstein ,wa killed
t District) Leonard Moore quietly queston-marking time . Bank- in an rdinay stcku after put
But thosewhoh ve took a seat among the spectators Og heiress Adele Hlllman and ting up a fight ... gose E .
A brash attendant bubu'd: groom are committingtwoleide in im-se E u
WEi nDS "And who the hell d'ya think kiami . Latin Q. show-gel The Maharande of Barda (soon
3S-i~you are" .. I kpow who 1 Connie Conn is brushing all pur. t be melted from the aahaha)
am," said Mr. Moore, walking suitors for actor Sam Gilman, is gooey over Paul Lanf d local
out. (Oh, Those Head Pains!) Poando's pal. . Singer Mark artist . U. S. Treasurer
Se- I'apts lovely wife (stricken with lovely dghtr Pat aid socialite Re
Academy Awarders confide that c virus) is reported paralyzed. Sprague duel at Ca s .
the race for "best s ot ac- Medics have great hope for re- hey say the secret of 4c or
S" has narrowednk toewp y New Tork UativeNty Roger Bafnirstr is IstheiR A m
te anl C 'I Saand 5va Marine g aLsqf *A y "am e aric e m absorb oxygen from tair
tieefIre rae 1. No oey tayn at the fate of more than a
In then"Eant of eU.' S.aourt-The S M Soe "reon.t Twnei Fh ere
he pairtin "Hone. 0.cla ido't marse eat o t Feb soe'Dthe ciesen ows
lok PJib. m -beta, .t. Quot of the ln Reasd (lhe Wia a )
Atr ne y C.- t. n a t ad Jr: s ieth wits, ln a L grur .
s hi llmantgaDept. store irL
youa a 1h n n ut m elted frm the'
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WASf1GT' *A Preside Baii- 'ander Sa Prr. ef Pas
enhower .Tvig aeronautical American lobbyist Washinom.
heaaachegd. Ie's just had a terrific They have known eecb other about
headache over an. a rout be- 5 years. In adlto Weeks wu
iween Seatt a TlIawafl ad ae's one GOP national-' 'mb ,ran
atout to have more over a route to Pryor has ben a heavy momr
Aiaska. Part cj trouble i the raiser for the GOP.
present WhIte Houe system of
staff work whereby the arealdent, ANOTHI AIR HEADACRE
fulowing the generaiwt syte.
in the Army. l ak-to4e .commen- All week, aei CAB chairman
dation of he. staff witht knowing Chan Gurney. f leony frJ
wt, much abputtWe fetse behind o Pan American Airways, ha
their recommendation, been trying to g an entirely diA
Here's the inside Story of what's ferent rulingO OKd by the WWh
been lappenig. House before new CAB, membw
After long study, the Civil Aero- Ross Rzley take his seat.
nautics Board recommended ,.at This pertains to. the Alaskan air
Northwest Airlines continue its route between Seattle and Anchor-
present operation between Seattle age, the most Important and prof.
and Hawaii in competition with liable route to Alaska
Pan American Airways, dsthat Pan American now btw
Northwest be given a. permanent Pat eanm ran now ian betwe
license to fly the great circle routeSettle and Fairbanks, nd last
ves h Arctic to Tokyo. I'ecember the CAB voted to give
TLkcislo agint Pan Aer. it the addtoal jicy teabe.
llen, be pet airline of both the Stween Seattle and rmo hotsga
Truman and Elsenhower adminis- Since then a storm of protest has
tratilB, automatically went to-the come from Alaskans, d since
Whiteitous for confirmation. And then Pan Am seems to be less en
this where Ike's headache be- thust about route and not
gain For h Secretary of Con averse to seeing friendly Pacific
1 B dues for PisAmenatefCo-Northern Airlines get the Anchor.
mere Sinclair Weeks Immediately ttl line .
moved& in, together Vitlh Unader- age-Seattle line.
ecret*yofi ot Commerce Robert his may be the reason why:
Murray even though Murray bha da Northern p is to have
just submitted his resignation as one of Its chei stock
Robert Lehman, partner of e
I They recommended that the wan Brothers Investment bankers.
They recommended that the l lt oerthernt. '
President reverse the findings of and Aloe an mpwwrian. i st
Wbs CAB and tule for Pan Ameri e P tAmerican b sh, l
can. Trusting his two Commerce Lehman's, Partner 'are stokhold.-
Department executives, that was ers of Paigfle Noi ern This ande
exactly what the President did. He other sigs point to an under-
ruled the Northwest Airlines could tanng between Pan Amer
i.o longer fly the route between aits Alaskan neighbor, PanPa-
Seattle and Hawail, leaving Pan cfic Northern.1.
Am to fly that route without comn- .A a r P A a ii
petition; also refused to give *
Northwest a permanent route over Northern are now workingagainst
the Arctic to Tokyo, thus opening Alaska AirlhLes, a small but ener,
a possibility for Pan Am to get getic competitor which haspie.
that route later. neered the bieak bush country iln
at route later the upper part of the territory.
EXTRA SATiURDAY SESSION, Alaska Airlines serves a total of
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HR M nd, Their Youngsters iChinas H0ee

EI* I Making Family MUSC Ut PrewartLevels
Ei:,A .e "0, Feb. 24 (UP) A
rotary State 51 mM is de JapU nes Oengineers and -
as* rs who returned to Ja-
S' from 10 years in Chi-
5T AliCIA A A= T Imared Communist China's

When threB-year-ld vBill Holland
goes to bed, hi doesn't have to
te told a Soed-niht 0te% In-
stead, be N toW the dreamy
chordi of a harp played by his
mother in the nut room.
This Sjust ou e of the many
musical diversions in the % a y
household of Henry F. Holland,
Assistant Secretary of Sinte for
Inter-American Affairs.
We're all music-crazy," lays
bright-eyed Mrs. Holland, w h o
can sit down at the harp and en-
chant'lisdteners. "Why, my hus-
band comes down early in the
morning and turns on the "hi-fl"
set. He'll usually play some ex-
ctic number lk# Rimsky-Korsa-
lof's 'Scheherazade' What a way
to start the day off!"
From the time thay get up until
they go to bed, the Holands live
on a musical diet. Everyone in
the family can play an instru-
ment, with the exception of
young Bill, who often sits at the
piano and pretends he is a great
....alm _

Ahcln t blicized heavy industry'
Ssti below prewar levels.
SirLTauneya MarusawR, 71,
father head of the Osaka Uni-
ty engineering department.
prei cted output would barely
reach Clina's prewar peak of
1"7 at the end of the present
five-year program three years

Dr. Motonosuke Shimlzu esti-
mated that it would take closer
to 10 years.
These assessments of Red Chi-
na's economic development were
made by the group in an Inter-
view with Japanese reporters a-
bpard the repatriation dlilp Koan
Maru today.
The ship arrived in the repa-
triation port of Malzura this
morning with 949 Japanese who
had heen stranderd since Wnrld

m us l c i a n \ V.. . . . . . . . . . . . .
War II in China. ,
Assistant Secretary Holland i At hme with mud, are S fhmw Au Ieat ar" n t late 1r -
delights ,in strumming the guitar, I oBland a his fasi. I The men paid tribute to the
which makeS him a tremendous i -c a hO mic progress made by the
bit at Latin-American embassy economic progress made by the
parties. He learned to play 10 sical activities. A h a n d s o m e friendly disagreement as to what Peiping regime but discounted
years ago when he -was an eco- grand piano sits at one end of the should be played. suggestions that Communist Chi-
nomics and labor advisor to the room, and beside it are t w o Mrs. HolIan d oes not sympa-naoonwould be e a ajor
America. Ebassy in.Mexico Ciharp. "ithize with her husband's part- na-son would become a major
ty r ,shha rc f .li ty or somber choral groups. industrial power or would no
Anne Holland, 12, has been' One is a small Irish harp fo I"They're so sad and depressing," longer need Japanese products.
studying the piano for four years ,Anne and the other is orchestral she explains "What I just 'love
in addition to a year on the vio. size for Mrs. Holland, who laugh- is ballet music. "
lin and the harp. Henry Jr., or ngly describes them as looking Anne collects popular 8ee t H n-
"Hank," who is 11, is presently like a cow and a calf. lor which she keeps in her nory H
he had two years' experience With the flip of a switch, rich s,hL'ough her parents don't like
e Piso and another o the honora music seems to come toadmit it, some of them include O f 50th A
Violin. 'out of nowhere. Assistant Secre- ijve. But her mother isn't, tooo
tary Holland bad the speaker of worried. She figures Anne is just A n
f. "When I play the harp, the heir high fidelity set Installed in going through that stage. _
whole.fumily, retronds o It,'I a beautiful antique wash stand Mrs.. Holland is a versatile nd --
expla M-r-s. HIland. which belonged to his great-grand- charming w om a n who p s a A wreath f flowers was placed
I I pristice at'ight, and mother. The slayer itself is hid- games with her youngest son asA et off
I re at t n o er t losteasilass converses in parish on the tomb of the late President
the cilre.- are accustomed to den in a nearly closet. asily as she sm n Jose A. Rmon Cantera yesterday
bear itas they fallasleep I with heads of South American na- Jose A. Rmon Canters yesterday
use it as a soubstitute for stories, The large, completely. c a t a. lions ama Rotahe exercise was the first of lub.
and they love It." t oued record collection includes Both she and her husband are Theexercise was the first of
The ollands' spacious and at- selections from Beethoven to Burl froTp Texas. Before coming to several activities. Arrange in ob-
tractive second-floor living roomnsIes. Everyone has his favorites. Wathington the family lives for servance ofte"RotaryWeek."brat
is the center of the family's mu-iand occasionally there is a bit of nine years in Houston. edRotary golde nanniversary tcelebrhis
r askf

BuRets Found In Deputy's Home Milliners To Plug

Match Those Used In KHing IHals To Tune
... O Millin Bucks
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.. Feb. 24 port amounted to second-hand VO Milion ucks
(UP) Bullets like these that or hear say evidence, the defense
killed crime-hater Albert Patter-I moved to keep out the teatimo- N1EW YORK1 Feb. 24 (UP) -
son l ed up athe home of ny and was sustained. o presentatives of AFL milliners
Alber mltmt wl asOhlF d-IT workf decided last night to
put (If I :s'oy Mc- a a fr 4j1i Uetimated. $1,000,0000t of-
iv th6utbd ml s carrier, who vedwith eted for increased pension into
ni, uttleumfar d today. the National who. wren it a fund to promote the sale of
Titk aghtt 4mrenson took over Phenix City after women s hat.
the j rtrieat l Won rl wfor the Patterson murder, said he e
murder, had a motive lor killing tonnd more than 306 rounds of The agreement, announced by
Patterso ast June 18 because ammunition at Fullers home. Alex Rose president of thein
the new omlated state at- United Hattr Workers Internatona Und Min-
torney general threatened the He took 17 bullets to Acting rL Workers Internatona Union
racket empir of which the offlc- Atty. Gen. Bernard Sykes, the (AFL), will be voted on tonight
er allegedly was a part. witness said, including two bul- by some 12,000 members employ-
But at the same time the de- lets matching the type of slugs ed in some600 millinery factor-
fense succeeded in ruling, out taken from the fallen crime- ies in the metropolitan area.
part of the tese!mony of "star" fighter. One was a police-type ,.
witness lames Ray Taylor, Co- bullet called a "wad-cutter" and The agreement was described
lumbus, 0., taxt driver who testi- the other a copper-jacketed by WalterK. Marks,presidentof
field he saw Fuller fleeing the "lubley." rthe Eastern Women's Headwear
murder, icene. Association, as "a new high hi
Rsel. Defense Attorney Roderick labor-management cooperation."
Cirout Judge 1. Russell Me- Beddow sought to show that Ful- Employers are scheduled to vote
Eroy held iadmissable as evi'. ler had a collection of guns and on the proposal tomorrow. Both
,'enewa statement that T~aylor pistols, with ammunition for, sides are expected to give it over-
had rerted to his cab office them, at his air-qonditioned a- whelming approval.
by radio 10 minutes after the apartment. But MaPall testified Rose said the agreement pro-
rwmrder that "Albert Fuller did he found only the bullets. vides that employers will contri-
bute one per cent of their pay-
The state contended the state- Patrons gambled at one rolls to a fund to be used for hat
ment was necessary to erase any night in Phenix City behind a fashion shows, advertising and
i-iplecation that Tyalor was in- door marked "ladies room" television promotion. He estim-
fluenced Inhis later indentifica- without interruption while Ful- ates it would total about $1,000,-
tion of Fuller as the man leaving ler carried out a "raid" out, in 000 before expiration of the a-
the scene by the offer of a $10,- front, another witness testified. agreement at the end of 1957.
000 reward. Reporter Richard Peacock of
,.k..J-l ,-- d.1t.% .i & P*. it A th flUA in, News said hel

was gambling In a back room of
the Bama Club when the place
was rattled by arrangement with
Patterson, the man later mur-
Peacock and a fellow reporter,
Joe Campbell, testified the games
continued without interruption
although "one of the men be-
hind the table said a raid waspn
progress and for us to keep our
voices down." Peacock said he
had writing a new story saying
that Fuller made some arrests in
the building but he did not know,
the disposition of the cases. "
State trooper H. L. Ray testi-
field over defense objections a-
bout other Phenix City attrac-
tions in the weeks preceding the
Patterson .slaying. He said he
gambled openly and talked bust-
ness with prostitutes who worked
in the clubs.


Self-Made Orphan, Shredded Spoii

CGted In Senate Report On Com-i

WASHINGTON, Feb. 24--(UP) ny dwell In detail on various
-Senate juvenile delinquency In- forms of Insanity and stress sa-
vestigators demanded today that distUe degeneracy. Others are
rublHshers clean up crime and devoted to canalbalism, with
horror comic books which demon- monsters in human form feast-
strate depravity of children for a Jng on human bodies, usually
aime. the bodies of scantily clad worn-
The special subcommittee in 'eha subcommittee coti e
juvenile delinquency, in its first'he ..tu" .ou.try canno aod
report on several months of hear. ,th t..,.h.ontrycannotafor,.,
ngs, put the clean-up job square the calculated risk involved in
gs pu the cleanu o q e feedin Its children, through comn-
t r"tempt of children can- hos, n concentrated diet of
not excuse his attempts to gain cmehorromv"
personal wealththrough dore- I et said mst experts agree that
grd of person al values bon a cry. t d comic b iooks may have "det .
ug thati the parents should have rimental and delinquency-produc-
been more vig l nt," the comic Ing effects up n both the emotion.
hooks report said. ally disturbed chilled and the e-
But the report specifically re- motionallnormal delinquent.
jeeted the Idea of Gervernment ".Children r f either type may
censorship, gain suggestion, support a nd
The publishers already ve sanction from reading crime and
The publishers already a v e horror comics."
begun policing themselves. Some The report said however, that
weeks ago they appointed a czar eve t
with power to clean up the books most mexperta believe comics will
much like the movies are polio n.t make a delinquent out of a
.much like the movies are oc. "well-adjusted and normally law-'
The subcommittee said crime abidlng child."
and horror comic books "offer In calling on the publishers-
short courses in murder, may. and to a lesser extent the dis-
hem robbery, rape, cannibalism, tributors-to clean up, the sub-
carnage, neciophilia, sex, sadism, committee noted that the Indus.
masochism, and virtually every try had formed and association
other form of crime, degeneracy, and set up the czar and a code
bestiality and horror." of ethics last Octobher, after the
"These depraved acts are pre- subcommittee hearings and ma-
'ented and explained in lllustrat- ny public protests against cornm-
(d detail in an array of comic ics.
books being thought and read dai- The report said these w e r e
ly by thousands ot children," the Fteps in the right direction but
report continued. that it is too early to tell wheth-
"These books evidence a com. cr they will work. If they do not,
mon penchant for violent death it said. "then other ways and
in every form Imaginable. MR. means must-and will-be found

Remon As Part

versary Week

and the nucleus was formed for
the thousands of Rotary Clubs
which were later organized
throughout the world. Paul IHar-
ris named the new organization
the "Rotary Club" because ori-
ginally the members met in ro-
tation at their various places of
Membership in this new club

qrew rapidly. It soon became too
At 12:30 there was a luncheon large to meet in the places of
meeting attended by high Pan- business of the members and the
ama officials several of whom club began to meet once each
received from Rotary president week around the luncheon table.
Lionel Moses the special buttons Those weekly meetings, in
Issued by Rotary symbolic of its connection with a luncheon or
golden anniversary. dinner, are now held byv otary
During this meeting Moses was Clubs all over the world.
presented with the first bet of Each of the men* who joined
stamps Issued by the National with Paul Harris in organizing
Government in honor of Rotary this club was engaged in a dif-
InteMrnatonal. Arrange i e n t s ferent type of service to the pub-
have been made to forward sets lic. This basis of membership-
of these stamps to-the president one active member from each
of Rotary International as well business and profession-became
as to the district governor. one of the cornerstones of Ro-
Spekker of the occasion was tary.
Pedro Brin. From Chicago, Rotary soon
The first Rotary Club In the spread to other cities. The sec-
world was organized in Chicago, ond Rotary Club was. founded in
shortly after the turn of the cen- San Francisco, Californa, in
tury, by Paul H. Harris, a young 1908, and. the organization of
lawyer. He wanted to organize a other clubs followed rapidly. In
club which would band together 1910, tiere were 16 clubs and the
a group of representatives busl- National Association of Rotary
ness and professional men, a Clubs was formed.
club where the members might Two years later, to ronvide
recapture the friendliness, com- charters for Rotary Clubs in
radeship and understanding of Canada, Ireland and England.
the small-town life many of the International Association of
them had known as youngsters. Rotary Clubs was formed and in
On February 23. 1905, the 1922 this name was shortened to
club's first meeting took place, Rotary International.

Archbishop Of Paris Urges

Drive Among French Workers

PARIS, Feb. 24 (UP) Maurice'form of apostolic mission which
Cardinal Feltin, Archbishop of Pa- the situation among the workers
ris, today urged Roman Catholic I -eems to make vital," and added
priests to go forth With "a new the church has no intention of
and active missionary spirit a- abandoning such a mission.
among the French working-class"
in a statement echoing last year's The role of these priests will
itefise worker-priests' controver- be to implant the Catholic church
sy. and the presence of layv mis-

The Cardinal's appeal, made In
a Lenten message in his weekly
pastoral letter, defined the new
mission, referred to Pope P i u s
XIIth's discourse of Feb. 6, 1940,
and affirmed the Roman Catholic
Church is capable of acting for
the men of the 20th century as a
witness for Chript"
A forthcoming assembly'of car-1
dinals and Archbishops is to eda.
mine the question and study the
problems of priests working direct-
ly with the working-class.
After making the necessary

sionaries among the workers,
however generous and effective it
may be, seems to be insufficient,"
said Feltin.
He warned, however, that the
missionaries must not accept all
the polemics and reactions" of
the workers even if they tend,un-
der pressure of the surrounding
atmosphere to coincide sponta-
L.eaously with their own reac-
The diicese of Paris despite
Sts incontestable religious vitality,
has great need of a true mission-
ary activity." said Feltin refer-
ring to a census carried out March

Ray said he and another plans," Feltin said, priests 34 1954 which showed that out of
trooper went to Phenix City to will be assigned to missiona- 5.000,000 inhabitants in the Seine
check the prostitutionn line." He ry tasks among the workers." department, only 650,000 go to
said at the Skyline Club a chor- church.
us girl sat at their table and His announcement .was a re-
asked them to buy her a drink. m i n d e r of last year's contro- Speaking ot "the exigences of
"We asked her how much she tersy which ended in the church the missionary task," the cardinal
would charge to spend the night virtu a Il y dispersing the move- said "the missionary effort must
and she said $60," he said. But at m e n t that attracted world-wide penetrate all domains of human
h+e Riverside Club, a girl told attention when some of its activity, even on the temporal
him "just for going out In a car members were arrested in t he level.,
s *5 and if I spend the night it May 1,52 anti-Ridgway riots here. "This penetration, howe v e r,
would be $20.-" The cardinal referred to a important and generous it is."

to prevent our nation's y ou ng
from being harmed."
The subcommittee said many
comic books are not funny and
"are often quite horrendous."n
But it estimated that 30,000,000
copies of crime-horror comics a-
lcne are printed each month in
an $18,000,000-a-year business.
The report gave seven condens-
ed, blood-curdling -plots of "de-
praved violence,' taken fr o m
comic books on the newsstands
last April 21.
Heading the last was "Bottoms
up," froti "Story Comics."
In this blood-spattered domes.
tic drama, the subcommittee
said Nora Hendrick. takes an
axe to her alcoholic husband,
Lou, in amply-fllustrated pan-
eis. She backs hiri i4tF 'intmail
bits, places them in botltes of
rye her husband had Just pur-
chased, and returns them to the
bootlegger. The story ends by
observing that instead of the
liquor being Inside Lou, the sit-
uation is reversed; and it ad.
monishes Its renders: "beh,
eh! sleep Well,' kiddies!"
Thi subcommittee also cited
the c i a ,p goen-haired
litf 0y, M a or han.
Lucy shots' her drunken father
and frames her unfaithful moth-
er so that, after momma is elec-
trocuted, Lucy fulfills her ambi-
tion of going to live with kind
old Aunt Kate.
The report also said many of
the books advertise such lethal
weapons as commando k n i v es.
Children's names, gleaned from
answers to these and other ads,
are sold in mailing lists.
The report said some senators
worried that peddlers or salaciore i
literature may deliberately seek
mailing lists of juveniles.

It said this had led to the mail. ed this to the attention.1W
Ing of advertising for sex litera- p stoffice and justice del
ture to children nine years old. ments, and could not undo
why nothing has been b
The subcommittee said it call. the offenders.




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GEN"IATTHEW B. RIDGWAY, U.S. Army Chief of Staff, is pic
Curundu (right) and Anthony Kucikas, (left) Cristobal, during
annual Congressional Dinner in Washington, D.C., Feb. 15. Eglin
tional Council of Administration, and Kucikas of the Departme
were in Washington attending the VFW conference of national
Ridgway was commander in chief of the Caribbean Command i
Quarry Heights.. _____

A PART of their Citizenship training, members of Troop 8,
*t. Gulick. under the leadership of Maj. W. F. Gerard, Scout-
.ester, regularly take their turn to conduct Retreat Ceremonies
Pt Ft. Gulick. The entire ceremony is conducted by the Scouts,
eum tht firing of the retreat gun to the turning over the colors
the Post O.D. Officer of the Day, WOJG G. E. Waskom per-
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SIn Chidre Primaryv
CHICAGO, Feb. 24 (UP) -
Chicago's rarely-defeuted Demo-
cratic organization showed its
might today with a crushing vic-
tory over a two-term mayor who
refused to be "dumped," Martin
H. Kennelly.
Richard J. Daley, a veteran
politician who heads the party's
Cook County machinery, polled
more than 100,000 votes than the
businessman mayor, final unof-
ficial returns from yesterday's
bitterly-fought primary election
showed today.
The unofficial returns gave II,#l A D IIWB I
Daley 34,839 votes to Kennelly's
204,775. Two other Democratic
independents, Benjamin Adam-
owsky and Clarence Balek, got
1,12,072 and 4,329 votes, respec- ee
tively. FlU
Daley and his well-oiled Dem-
ocratic organization will face a
fiery young ex-Democrat, Rob-
ert E. Merriam, in the April 5
showdown battle for the mayor's
chair of the nation's second larg-
est city.
Merriam, a 36-year-old alder-
tured talking to Eb. EglintDn, man who bolted the Democratic
Party, won the Republican nom-
the Veterans of Foreign Wars nation in a breeze against token
ton, a member of the VFW Na- opposition from two candidates.
He took 108,626 votes out of 132,-
ent of the Canal Zone, VFW, 473 GOP ballots, one of the low-
e t Republican turnouts in
and state offices, Feb. 13-15. ears.
19 and s stationed at He promised a "full-scale, vig-
n 1948 and was stationed at porous gloves-of f campaign" a- t
garl Daley and the Democra-
-tic Pmachine."

Berlin Conductor Scoffish Countess' -. QsP

To Tour US Desplfe Daunhler Found

Charges By AFMW YORK, Feb. 2 (UP)
The 34-yeaa-old daughter of a
BERLIN. Feb. 24 (UP) Her. Scottish countess was found
bert von Karajan, conductor of dead today in her New York a-
the Berlin Philharmonic Or- apartment. Police listed the death
chestra, said today he would as a.possible suicide.
take the gropp on a tour of the ,'The body of Lady Mary
United States and Canada de- areaves, widow of a French dip.
spite charges by members df the lomat, was discovered in bed by
American Federation of Musi- a maid. Two small bottles of
clans that he was a member of sleeping pills were found in the
the Nazi Party. room. according to Police.
L* Lady Mary's mother, Lady BOOTS AND ERi BUDDIES
The Austrian-born conductor Wenefryde Agatha Greaves.
made no direct comment on Countess of Dysart, was notified
charges by members of the New, the death at her home, Stobe
Yo he AFLpetitunion states that Castle, Peebleshre Scotand by
he wasran activnd Ger Nhardt von re- transatanti telephone.
sponsible for the death and exile Mre's peerage. lists Lady,
of countless musicians from Nazi Mary s birth date as Sept. 22, D O
German, the o1921.hehetras. married to Ber.S
rbothan ard Albert Blanger. a former T
S Support for the appear captain In' the Free French Air
m peiesn o ueLg crcual red Force, April 14, 1941, while he.
am ng members of Local 802 ofe as serving ae a secretary of the
m uthe union inNwYorkskin French hLeation I n Lisbon.
th a the unions board of direc-ha two children, Brigitte ar.
Vo n K araja n and Von WestBeatrer- ice Weef ede. 9.
cman "oncerts a decade agol while hCounteA WDysar. Ynher
deplorablhese, is not relevant e tle, which was created
sin 1643, frow her mother.
The non-poetitional nates that Vonr-
Kchestra and Gerhardt von West-
erman, the orchestra's manager.
both had Nazi 'records. It also
protests "the United States gov-
ernment subsidy" of the orches- '
Support for the appearance
came from the American Coin-
mittee for Cultural Freedom NFOpm
which said the Nazi record of 5E
Von Karajan and Von Wester-.TWOJr
man "over a decade ago, while' HE
deplorable, is not relevant to the j
mnn-political nature of the or-I
chestra's appearances."


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m and t 1 1ebts are o t I.lgh School,
led;;\ l~ed M -I Ms 19L e I rmnuns 1of
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soe1is a euesold M T h r rie be cotodA oI 3ihz, pplamined in de-
I"" e I.Uprio-t M 1300 hours, March 1, for received by th
o .(U58 phlet) Ereetvtk is..o each year from the
(JPI h t) r vUo eelst, is spent.
----I- Art eanes oaddothe prealdent also
:;'h Sured SseaT pointed out ime w as In which
.w alto e A e o o may help to
Swh was'eto have met tomorrow p ch..contribution to the Com-
.' at-thie home of Mrs. Vern Prier m|nity-Che eacl h lefr.
ffin oon has to S get Itsd p.|tSg
n '- datp to Saturday. The meeting ami out of a re-
?o'- o quest at the as annual meetin-
W. udson, Mrs.C. B. Badgtt of the Local Council, that this
andMrL J. C. Evans. information be givento the pub-
lsa. ndeo xo tasted mthe to a e .lie. ysYUnd George. G., scuut
theo I a dts S j ust, at o a rc ..p Keffe r MeHee exzituve, who wp also present.
to doC%.tea 'aornia -Mr... and a are tV spoe of the necessity for more
"w"_ L, ,u for aieSteveryone. who Mr.rMr. i effgr W. M ee, a for- l ro, oolting- out that .he
a fo.And almost everyoeur -i mer Canal Zone resident whose la of suffice nt trained leaders
J re-t A aU lmaT 13everlne-.' home l s now in Los Angeles. Ca- hbs haCndicapped the organisa-
Sta.whi M eKlvy, and Mrs. J. H. lifornla is vilstin l his parents, tion's progress considerably.
I OMP.Mr. anl& Mrs. William S. Mc.ee Addressing the meeting also
ga M g tad is. of Balboa. He will be here for was Guillrmo Rojas, member
S- t attending e Mrs..Da- four weeks. I do the troop committee. who
Aymd r porter, guest.of Mrs. P. made an appeal to the audience
Sisit . Garver, s., guest Aibek Beach Party to planipactivities on a troop
l Lor :.0of Mrs. A. P. De Luca~. Mrs. S. A.Set For Saturday l tee os, to raise nal-
in 12cr aform but the urs. f Mrs. H. Wilder. The annual Beach Party at nl-t onal fund for the ortrania-
a i m L. H. Montgomer, ,guest of brook Air Force Base is to be tion's program and not to de-
eras r th~ eMrs. Wilder, Mrs. E.-W. Martinsponsored by CAirC this year and pend solely on the Community
host and hostess re bl-ngual inguest of Mrs. J. C. Evans, Mr.R. will be held Saturday. Be sure to Chest.
English and Spanish. Whenever Ryon, guest of.Mrs. R. L. Mills, put on your swimsuit, shorts or T me. ahl. a
*lth 11 4 Ns overr a s. J .Appel, guest of.Mrs. M. Jeane and come on out to the Theme was neldnan
whe = w m ei trs wa er L McSWeeny,, Mrs. Helen Me- Albrolk Base Swimming pool r here of harmony and cor-
on t "be t bwi r. Sinweeny, esof Mrs. M. J. .and Join in the fun. Barbecili.wl..th members expressing
nMr. l ltt o -and Mr. sweny, Mrs. W. Meyerhoff, lthicken dinner at $1.5 will be p lation and thanks to the
Rob4t guest of Mrs. W. C)heatam, served from 7 to9 resient for his t9mel and in-
party MsL. 0. WatneiQgoat ofj~rs.W. Hamburgers anO hot dola may"'rmtive address. .... n
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woom suite. Maple livingroom
suite. See anytime. 6351-A Los
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FOR SALE:-Refrigerator I I-ft.
Frigdaire, $165.00. Tel. 3-

Boatl & Motors
FOR SALE: Harley Da. -on
motorcycle, new motor. o'er
bike iWisell, good condition.
Autos Eisunmann. beside The
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phone 2-2616-2-4966.

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PIERRE. S. D., Feb.. 24 (UP) ._, EoIV _
-Gen. Alfred M. Gruenther, su- FOR SALE: House an4 large
preme commander of Allied forc- lot Chillbre Transisthmioa Higlj
*s in Europe, said today Russia way, $450.00. Don Eastman.
hi a an "extremely strong milita- Pora;so, Tel.4.167.,
ry organization and it's getting _- .
strongerr all the time." FOR SALE:-Concrete house and '
Furnishing in Santa Clara. 8000,
Gruentber, ad d ressin g the meters fenced land. opposite
South Dakota Legislature, said Williams Blue Cottage.. Inspect
the Soviets have a "very effee- any weekend. Terms. Norman
tive" Army; a Navy that is load- Hadstoate Navy 3295 or 248&
et' with submarines; and an Air ,
Force that has basic weaknesses FOR SALE--3800 meters beau-
but is being improved rapidly. tiful Coaonado Beach property.
P.O Box 306 Pedro Miguel, C.Z.
Gruenther said that, even with Telephone 4-498.
the vast improvements since the
development of the North Atlan- a ca
tic Treaty Organi zatio n, we Aflln-Lillil lal
"probably would not be able to l gdll Hlm l
defeat an Initial all-out aggression PL e | '
tcday by the Russians In Europe. D nf LUl fleIN
But he listed the trememdousl i i '.
gains made by NATO and, at the Am U A I
'ame time, cited the problemsAK -x1. ri.A D W

Dalty :;o-i2:e and is*-5:0 Gruenther said. "It would be a NEW YORK, eb: 24 UP)
S aturdays. 9 to 1r9 | catastrophe it we were to weary Paul M. Hahn, Apresident of kI-
and falter now." American Tobaeco Co, aptd.
He said the Russians had ato i
Ur.S Fmorale problem on their hands uv ,.lOklag
Because of the low standard of health. *
Sa vng of thir poplIn a statement to stockholder.
"The people can't get out and in the. compaay-forthcoming au,-
Sote or write their congressman nual report, Ha said ."favora-
SII but the problem is Atil there,"' hie Indcations pre accumulating
Gruenther said. "I pray e a ch that the anti-cigarette c a m
. ., .> .,-ER Al F-b 24, gnaht It will row greater and widely publilted and reiterated
&4*) < urged by a greater and im ure that it drlth year ale being re-
: -state Ier i slae ,commi-jwlll." tyand author t iv e 1y
idie n plans to bypass the S u In an address at Bis m.a rc k Th* opinions of "rep u t a b e
Ame Court's bAn on segrega- lue-la hGruenther said It would medicall scIentists, he said, have
SCourts ban o grea,- ho- "nothing short of a miracle"I helped smokers realize that "no
if the present Western European real case hah been proven against
9 committee recommend d e d loi ces could stand off a Soviet tobacco."
abama Legislature beau attack. Hahnsaid a e a m
to-' estabush and operate Se aIndedltof Ge-
Si w cal research s is needed to de-
.un..er.hconditions a.s termine the causes of ailments
L upa' ,vat oa WAlter iII"that have been connected with
or dual schools forNsmoking.
S .orualamIs (or Ne Continued from Pare t) He sold thoe tobacco industry
,nd wnes. ,n fo b .....e e... search committee had increas-
a,. .-t ccs, e ompetish next Summer will be d t a mlton dollar its fund
ni, goultha Cl ma, Mn '.. Le Mimum,. for indepLnadnt-Teseareh into the
ppi and Loi.slana are.a effects of smaklng, and that the
ea p. thel eorstt. tionsA merican Tob co Co's o w n ee-
ve the was for maintaining Unimportant Info: Newspapers merch efforts o be, C.'doubled
p-tion. report "Jo plne Baker has de. ...ach efforts bve een oubled.
Sided to tife from the stage.
In Georgia. Mississippl ('hat's like a champ giving up DPAA ri
arodlna ap r o v e ti) r e (unt. en) rW S I u"
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le slatures 40 hl is db of with i. '-
i m favor of br Millie Starr . A
s"a lastlhl "a luat X pw-andsosw, al- au&..-.
ed ro& so ma rich
r4Ej -R w est W$50 00 .0 S1U .
Sar am fin a -show
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owers .Co The S t. mal ported a flash re
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mami MlI disc .e neat a wnu e cest.
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FOR SALE:-Two trunks, 2 lipo.
leums, high choir, liquidlzer,-din- "
ing room set, bureau, chiffonier.
60 cycle motor, balthinette. Houy*
2264-B, Los Cruces, Barboo. Tel.

If you need a competent baby sit-
or, call 6-512 after 7, evenings.
FABRICS renovated. Keep your
clothes new looking having them
dry cleaned by Tropical Clean-
ers. Via Espoaa 830, Tel. 3-
0871. Branch, 24th St. East and
Central Ave. Teyv. 2-1346.

FOR SALE:-Two 22 ca. riles
Winchester model 75, and J. C.
Higgins automatic. Phone Balboa
2-2660 any time.
FOR SALE:--One set encyclo-
pedia Americana and Beak of
Knowledge. $150 00. 1941 Ply-
mouth Convertible, $100.00.
Phone 2-3077.
FOR SALE :-Bargain- At 'Alma-
cen del Pueblo" IThrift Shop),
Pueblo Nuevo No. 4104A. Chil-
dren's wear* blouses, nightgowns,
pajamas. points, panties, shirts,
shoes, slips, skirts, socks, suits. ,
.sunsuits. playsuits. swimsuits,
sweaters etc. Hours- 6 p m.-9
p.m. Mondays-Fridays; Saturdays
9 a.m -9 p.m;,


Modern private viano instruction.
Popular or classical. Piano teach-
er Bennett. Tel. 2-1282, Pan.

Defending Champion

LaSafle Serves NAA

Noice To Aspirals',

I'The xplorers surprised by
winning e tourney sat year,
but they almost never got roll-
ing as they barely defeated Ford-
ham, TO- 4,- In t their opening
round game. Lat night La Salle
stamped itself a strong defend-
ing, champion by romping to a
64-409 win over virtually the same
fordham team.
La Salle has not been offi-
eially named to the N.C.A.A.
fiell as yet, but In certain to
be picked as representative of
the Middle Atlanti. Confer.
In other leading games last
n-'ght: Ivy League leader Penn-
Sylvania was forced into double
overtime to beat Syracuse, 87-
86, in a non-league game on
John Layln's two' free' throws
with 12 seconds left- V.M.I.
clinched a berth in the southern
Conference poet- son tourna-
ment by beating The Citadel 88-
72 the 20th straight loss for Cit-
idel; Dayton, for the Na-
tioal InvfoUfp tournament;
r Its record. 41-3 by drub-
S Toledo, ,..although Tp-
adoa Tom n scored 9SO
points; St. Louis, ertaln for one
tourney or Ihe other, handed
Pradley Ifts ,0 1ST ht defeat,
.-74; Wle Cft scool record
35 oontq led. Drake to ao-
Twin over Lo (MI.); ;
nova beat M tIberg 54-51. I
a geme that saw Villlk a frewes
the ball for six minutes and 50
aseond: Cornell 'fgete rown-1p
overtne, 6-59- .N.I.T.-bound
Holy Crosg prOaUaled sipringftlel4.
8-71:; Z.CAA-boud Penn- St.
ripped Rutgrsa, 83'M;; N.I.T,-
bound Lous e whipped Zaver
(0.), 92-5a- and 'Duu Wpter
b 2at aatern

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Balboa 1772.

Bof 435 Bolbo.
3.1877. Cristo-

Santa cnore Bech
.^Mpdmrn conveniences.

s-.I _"COFiFAGES, one mile
(.L -9Claa. Low rates.--

btm~ .' rocks, refrigeration,
i2b d.oon., Phone Bqlboa 3050.
AdIfh'ss apartments for rent at -
Santa Cloro. Phone Balboa 3681
or nervations.

FOR RENT: Chalet, 3 bed-
roos 2 baths, dining, living-
room, gdral, large yard, good
neighborhood. Tel. 3-0771.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
H house, furnished with maid's
.rom in 32 Sr. No. 2.-Infor-
,moti6n 32 St... No. 4.
LOR RENT: Chalet one bed-
room.,living-dining room, kitch-
en, on General Jose de San Mar-
tin No. 6. downstairs.
FOR, RENT -Available soon at,
tractive two bedroom house, ex-
cqllent neighborhood, near Pan-
pma Hotel. Reasonable rent. Tel.
3-1256 mornings 9-12.
, FOR RENT:-Attention GI-fur-
nished chalet suitable 2 couples.
SWill rent separately. Tel 3-0443,

FOR RENT.--AumllAhd and un.
furnlshed 2 & 4-bedroom apart-
mpnts. Contact AhtswA AMe*.
mut, 10th Streqt. Phone 1380.

-FOR RENT:-Futniaid apart-
ment. 2 bedrooms, living room,
liningg room, porch. 2 bothroomn
.48th Strdet No. 27, Della Vlstai

FOR RENT:--Small apartment
in Mexico & EcuadOr Avenu4
"Albertina Apartment." J,
Champseur. Tel. 2-2419. 6th
Street No. 10. Price $55.00

FOR RENT: Spacious 2 bed@
room, 2 both apartment withr
orage. maid's room and serve.
Ice. Residential section, Ponaomk
FOI-RENT:-Three room apart-"
ment.'Er Coco. Seventh Ave. Nb
10. Tel. 3-2189.
FOR RENT:-Fumlished or un-
furnished one and two bFto
apartments. Federico B Tel.
-** 1 -546. ", .
FOR RENT:-1 bedroom .0aort-,
ment. Dining, sitting., k n ,
inUPpendent service. H'v '
3011-l,.Rio Aboid. 15 t. ,:
FOR RENT:-GI inspected Ose
room. apartment, kitchen, all
conveniences, utilities, opposite
AMon P.O. No. 17-18, 4tb of
July Avenue. Phone 2-5133. "
FOR RENT-- Two bedroom a-
partment chalet. Hot water. Deo
. sirable location. TeL 314848r.
FOR RENT:-Modem apartment
ot Congrejo. 2 bedroom, balcony,
isd's room, garage, hot t
V D* St.. No. 8. Phon 3-50
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phn e -0471. R r*o"r g.
t*tio.. North Arr
bo . .
,. RUiT "- Twopm aGp It-
omf..Aly 104.00 ?Las C
atmieros L aN," i
FOR RENT:-vac n autery



Pan Ameripan Highway, Nixon
said: '
"The present work of codrtruc-
tlion is too slow; it Is uneconomi-
cal. We must work together to
complete the highway at, the
earliest osAble date.
He Mdded he would have an
annoaneemdt on this bWfore
he leaves.
Nixon left immediately bY
plane for Coldn and was.to re-
t -by train, maklnq speeches
at three "whltsl stops n route
-: un, Oaasboa- and -Balboa.
Yesterday he and Mrs. Nixon
called on Presdent and irs. RIL-
cardo Arias to present a photo-
graph of the. Elsenhowers on
their 25t,wedding anniverEsary.
The C tef Ixecutive and Pirst
Lady xiresl3~edi ca dena chat.".
(ca nhY ).to Mrs. Ntioh,
and- t her and a Panama
hat and rmsihis-lla.
Later the. Vi; e Preadent eaU-

A benefit casino fo aid plans to
finance the building of Panama,
City playgrounds will get under-,
way tomorrow night .
* Games will be played nightly'
from -tomorrow until Sunday at'
El Rancoo beer. garden. Rou-
lette, blackjack and other casino
favorites will be featured,

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iu ea net.
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the Senate regsu.l I the sum- w
mel.," .. .t
Replyiag, v / d1P1*lient Nixon,, a, -.. "-m I !
sery gpeus fl tand re-
marnsrcqpft M7 relatlonis
between fr i gadre .4 i
tic .'ed, -,i g fm, E.-S r st
the oldesnet i i.n the S i th, ade rwab a S m
m Ze .,hmia .a mUtad tisted it around uthet vme
h ede f ttati they were dead.
he rema YO Uib tof the-e
to whehti. refl 'was that ,..
certsaily the Apd one df 3 .
the meet a iveumbers ,.
of Use body o wblh be re- .
sidew Ba weip asteor a r- r
garet IV 8mL observ-

eh with he
pree aBid ttfe Mem lv-. ,Id
men Of Seoet Saraci de Va-
re1 New CivU Defense 12 our Firt ii
Resoundti applause followed. Aid Courses wil s tatrfr the K
Later n the selalon, pretty tbwnsite oi-.Dablo Heighti next lOai
Mrs. Vdrela went to the rostrum Monday and for Rainbow City abo
to speak to.-the Viee President, next Tiisday, o
giving bima. bright smile and' t e
an affect1na6te pat op the back. I n Diqblb there will be morning 'fli
ConUningilisPermalremarks and evening classes. The morn- he
which were ,translated Into lag class will be held twice a "E
Spanish by Assistant Secretary week for 3 weeks at the Diabhi unt
of State for Latl. American At- service Cebter from 9 to 1 a.. .
fairs Henry F. Holland Nixon The instructor will be Ralph Ed- and
said he considered It significant Hards of the Fire Divison. The wif
that he was invited to appear evening clss will be held twice p i
before the Aaspubly convenes' week for 3 weeks at the Diabla wrc
especially to consider the treatylGymna.idum from 7:30 to 9'30 p. My
recently signed between the two m The instructor will be J. J. ass
countries. Pearce of the House 1pivlsion. s
Commenting on the friend- Classes will be held at the ren
ships that existed between the Rainbow City High Sch6ol twice had
late President Remon knd Pres- a week rom 7 until p.m. 'for cu
idei Eisenhower, Nixon corn- three weeks starting next Tues- hus
mended the wbrk of the various day. The instructor will be Ro.
negotiators. He named easpecal- maeo Miller of the high school
ly Dr. Octawio Fabrew, wHo rose faculty. 1a
to express his thaks, Holland Persons wishing to attend these a
and US Ambasador Selden courses may contact their neigh-
Chapin, also present.. borhood wardens. .
SHe addbd;
"1I am contSide t t raty Meetings
'floation of this -teMr our

ensdahip betweenT or te twoS
countries." !ar ote ou iisn a
Commenting on Navas state- meet at the blunbar school ,.
mente about economic Condl-March 1 at .8 p.m. to flhal.j oa
Uones U Panaia, Nixon said: _Plans fao 1965. ol
"We arn all mebem o f the d he slogan oth e committee R o
American family In thb hee "Work Today, fo' Better ecuri
and I can aure you that the ties Tomorrow," All officers aond .a
hearts of all America go out members are urged to come pre-
alp members of the famuy.wbo ared to make auggestons. 'Sn
mana be in need or want In our ,.. -"
the poo othi d- Benefit Casino
admnnstratio to wor-wit To e Stdged
our friends in the Anerics tor f th b .-W I
Better life tor all our people." ver The W weekend ,
- rhiftbm to the subject of. the

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faftern AnnounsP delasohn; Piano Concerto, ichu-
DOiWt of on mann.I
at Lt anid Mrs. samuel Schaf- A cordial invitation ,Is extend-
ter of t. Gulick announce theO to military personnel and
bith.of their first child, a son, their families and. the pu0llc,
eS rMchaei, at oco SoloaHoe- both of the Canal Zone an"% Ohie
p1WFeb. 14. Republic of Panama -to attend.

aiii Mii-hk ^ests At Hoitel
Wl IS3S club agents ete to
TieI 1 M I v Wives1 The latest arriv1als at the Ho-
Thqk Mes Navy Wiv4 es t uBente, Include:
d d1 u ith reg.r month lel panUamonte, Boquete Include:
ctab ~ rgu ,held 7i~ Jim."0 CIkra meFV .658o ArIas,
^ti on Monday, and several mbte Cador of Brasl to Pana-
gusts were Introduced. Ambass, d An rAbelard Bt
SWil Dvi. and Ms- DBueno do Prado ald their daugh-
ro Wlha Davirer and iM .t3r, Miss Thelma Bueno do pra-
new eay *re memed Ines do, H. D. Mr. and. Mrat Enrjgae
new member. Mro Queda and their f aily,
Mra ptrances uge, program Ilra. Esa E. Heurtenatte and
elrhtmai' ,-s mthjgarrange- ler daughter, dMissa PC.cleamrte-
peA 6.i for an Itc O& of r.atte'Mr. and i'
P itna for the' lAles of theltjunen, Mr. and Mrs. S. H.
club some time in March. Schener of New York, Mr. amid
Mrs. Sydney .bvin, Qf New Tnryo.
VMrs. Sis l 'introduced the IW'and Mrs. Luos A. Vallarino,
gu. speakers, MeadaedOliver Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Bbyd, Mr.
Chfds ad askl1I who rnd Mrs. Roy Watson. Mrs. Ade-
gave an Jtertgtalk on their J3 C. 10osa, Miss Maria P. Fitz-
e"hell bobbles.' Mrs. Haskell Is latrick, Mrs. Aura Davis and
wu .known on the sthmus for her son, Major M. A. Roth, of
het shell hunts, and talked of Albrok A.F..,Z, Mr. Julo
)er8 experience with a small oc- EBicefo Mr. R. E.Maher, Mr.
topus and different antials of Howard P.Baum, and Mr. 11.
the shell life.. Blair, of Puerto Armuelles.

ChfliS Is the wife of F. J.
ihildi, publte works officer,
Wst anMr"s. A MaR an-
teat of the Officers
Wir b w** alao'O a uest.
Hosteuses wtee: esdadmes G.
SDrOmmofnd.A UL. Vvermento,
H. Kiuge, A. D. Armstrong -,3r.,
U. D. tCromwell and D. 0. Bur-

'Hor' Receives
Request for Melon
For Dying Child

DELHAM, Mass., keb. 24 (UP)
-A radio "ham" operator today

The exit inonthly meetil8n on for a dying 13-year-old Port-
*1wll be on Monday, Mareh 21. land, Ore., giri.
1wslta Program Ralph Berry, received the re
aet Wedea played message from Marvin Zitt-
0 h M MSle pr1ecl|tlron or uig, a feljow iam In Salt Lake'
at 4Aw W BflAtated W6res City.
Service Center 4l eginnlng a -
flWaw laI o..maontf i ia- Z~ting -.-dR Berry .. the girl'si
corded cdpeertu indes Iaedtlfrec. par.Its, .r4&and -r J# Ral ger
tion of ySy DombnioofQuar- of 8810 Sout BEast Monterrey St.
ry Heights. Portland, have appealed to all
parts of the country for melon.
*The program tor noext Wednes-
dafoow: Plo Concerto No. Nature of the child's Illness
1, Liast; Violin Ccncerto, Men- "was not disclosed.

0ALBOA 6:15-8:5 DIL & 6:15-:50
John WAV?~ETecbnicolarl I


BEBSKNB JORNSON 0 as the date of their next TV her in the coat, she shrugged her
NBA Staff Correspondent show. It ws a blind designed to shoulders and replied:
rival rcst of the Town from "If yu ike. But what's all the
HOLLYWOOD- (NA) -Holly the star talent book at ton? Doesn't everybody wear
w.od and GrapeVINE: Debe o th real date Feb 13. one?
Heynolds and Ed Fthr made ord too., -
the big decision a t r re George Gobel, breaking all rec-
ligibus problems. She will r-re .ai "Uaybe'Te Bra"R Rial" should ords at the Statler here, will be a i'
a Protestant for a i4edutb. be billed "as .a picture starring las Ve es attraction in July or ,
union. ... U. 8. cesors again SheUey o Winters' ex-boy friends. August I be postpones his plan to
turned own "Forbidden Women,' Two of 'em-Farley Granger and make a me v this ummier.
the Italian-made film costarin Jerry Paris-anr In the cast ...
Linda Darnael and Anthony ,in. Dna Wynter the dark-haired PARAMOUN'it MUST BE later.
1oo hot even for the art bovse ty seen on TV's Stndio One tested in lunching Peggy King of
dacuit ... Jess Barker, whbo e- and .the Robert Montgomery show, the George Gobet show as a dra-
fused a mt- of cash from Susan will wed U S. milllonaire Gerry matic star; She does a scene from
Tslayward's attorneys, ,is working I fertzflt She was one of London's "A Place in the Sun" as hert
min a rth Hollywood haberdash most photographed dolls, screen test.
rey ,he. between movie and -tow *-
flm assignpept. Aldo Ray' brother, ex-USC grid Short Takes Rudy Vallee's tak. -.
tar M io da Re, Is about to sign ing over Edgar Bergen's radio job
a contract with a pro grid team while Bergen warms up for a tall r aMllE -h
J.0 .... Leslie aron's heart, Lt. John TV series. :... Claudette Colbert NOM NMTu-J gliu C.
Jane. Russell sinks again? 1h- Lobe, tells palak he's an*ious to will star in "Private World" oh olme as w been n9minatted as
hu4. Howard Hnghp plans for an- ee.t Grace, Kelly That doesn't Climax March 31, a reenactment U. S. ambassador to Iran. A
other underwater kicker, "Skin = -ad like an eagiment for Les- ot the 1937 movie hit. ... The areer.tte Despatanent officer,
vers appany do n e and the lAd. ... Don Taylors are having a second he will succeed Loy onderson.
her. "I didn't even knbw'be had boneynmoon Jn Palm Springs fol-
announced such a film,' she told I LANA TURNER'S the latest Las lowing their recent reconciliation. ____ __
me. Then she said: egas talent target. Salary: fab-- O *
I'm sill n knightarsfrI aks, usual. . Cornel Wilde's Zippy dialog dept: Anne Baxter N W b A V
farm Seall e Ing atmresforwif gor eous Jean Wallace, is sbows a gartered gam in t Tne NOW PLANING
ilfear Thel rasto meIn. a etr said to aplsy some surprising Spoilers" and Rory Calhoun, re-,A H
Itied the Frog Women. acting talent as Wilde's costar in inoving a legal document held by, AT THE
NEW GAME DEPT: Give 'The Big Combo." . Despite the garter, mutters.-
isten to the "Honey, Babe' son rift rumors, Michele Morgan and 'That's a me filing esabiiet you CECILIA THEATRE
in "Battle Cry.! Then try to 5 anstill Mousler et.got there.'
imagine the lyrics as they were Madame in Paris.I 1NwW ina hita nd0.0--13
sun by Mare regime ri Now it's Ltda Christian and
frit studio tunemitlhis earned Ballerina Jeanmarie I can now Ava Gardners favorite bullfight. rA M
tor tdUean Waft a-m ilied trench er, Luis Miguel Domin .A
em u. coat 1t her, "Anything Goes" Judy Garlan returns tothe Pal E M
dance reheaisals the other day. ace Theater in New York Oct. 16, nIoT I..
Nora Ilaymes whispers to ak When a pop-eyed press agent ask- fourth anniversary of her .,95B.
tiat she has plans to live perma- edf the studio oulid photograph opening.,
nently in Mexico City. A southbof- "I' .
tsie-border bullfighter Is the big .
reason. ... DomesticIutrlgu: AP
couplee of months ago DeWan Mar
and Jerry Lewis announced Feb. E L E A S I

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SDRO rayer for those who work 'or I GIO IOUS TRUC LOR!

So A o S Fri. "wrr us 4 p.m. Children's service. Rev. -
ATUN 7:0 Church, Rainbow City, -speaker.
S'Thy Neighbor's Wife"- Junior rhoir of the Church of Our i
RI. a IATO LARAMI" I Fr. AGO T SQUADOIp Saviour will king: "Remember 4. M l

tT.S 7:30 .m. Evening worship.E -
CRISTOBAL. of eTYv. W. Olner, speaker.
A LUDDENLY Rev. William J. Johnson of t4e
7 516 FrI. "NORTHfwEST PASSAGE" Atlantic Baptist Church and Rev.
___ __ ___ __ __ _-_ ___._ __ __ Milton A. Cookson will conduct
the service. Music provided by
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iff x- JIG 1HOWN" "JUNGLE GENTS" cloirB
Residents of the congregations O I m f
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W WI ;W(j.W WNW" *W APE" uged to attend. The churches |
*- are: q atun Union, Margarita h JOHNNY GUITAR" STEAK AND COCKTAIL
non Lutheran, Atlantic Baptist, AT O.K. AMIGO
Crisobal Union, and the Church
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'Too Rough To Pitch Even av gain Joe Brown o Get Sifest owens Meet ..
"Gvian, x n je row.Loletgaetfiofsad Twht ls ,

ce A Week, Says Lefty Y C/ g $ Sdo Toneht AMt e
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NEW YORK. Feb. 24 UP)--Ol' Preacher Roe sTAx S power of the So e
, +' "--'-- ct~~~~d' STANDIOW L owro hef09 z
calledd ~it a career today because, at 39, 'It's too darn [ 0 LnOog 'apacity Cer d See .:'k m T hn ijhtgaUb .-
ough to pitch even one a week."Afer heLsn Ctpcuyr w d the rots W Iirslet.went into a ge-w
S----- -- ,March against Puerto Rico's Navy 2 0 1000 a 6 to 6 -
sThe-skinny southpaw from reached the majors with Pitt- 147e -. l D ,4-pound champion Bobby Ro-2powells 2 1 .6 though 0.to
West Plains, Mo., who helped burgh n 1944. After four MIAMI BEACH, a., Feb. 24 sado n a scheduled ten-rounder C. H.S. 0 0 .000 notch a 7 to 1 .w6l..
itch the Brooklyn Dodgers to sons, he went to the Dodgers in -(UP)_ -'Former terweit e0he oo rCasanovas 0 .000 Sere.tia
See pennants and was sold last a deal regarded as one of the champion Kid Gavris. ae "oaco has experience, ability Casano i*rst ;t havasn 2i- -
fall to the Baltimore Oroles, shrewdest ever made by Branch yelling "fixed fihtwa and a punch.' He as met and TONIG -AM ayth ta
telephoned the Orioles last ni ht Rickey, then Dodgers' general uledt file an ofiecil protest toL a .beaten as n an topnotchers as PoweUls vs. ,.-'.8 brek in r,,ht pla "
lie IaM decided to retire and add- manager. The Dodgers obtained da aainst last night's decision- A- yaR OR lemn;.a toprsnotchrsd-as MOROWelC.H..B.
Jed there was "no chance" held Roe, along with the brilliant Ccx de aeia! by West Idian Sector A 'a b a SvM e ing Joe andr a t preasen-gt rid- GTO.O.ROW. NaI lnQ ithnda rae
change his mind and infielder Gene Mauch for Constance. 6 ning treak. al"wnCd.. vs.ed
An Orioles official said that, pitchers Hal Gre and Vic Lom- .Young Copstanc_, a rofes- ., ..
Lince Roe never even reported to bardi and outfle er Dixie Walk- aional chemist of Trinidad, B. An overflow crowd of. enthu-' I- rac _Fueroa The Isk er Rican B y TREVOR IMONS Lumded w la.inn.toW
t le te~am,. the Dodgers rwm nlave rer. ,W I. threw acid on Gv i .lan s ln aStiagc spectators packed th~ re l ~ .. rtby ..co e toP nm a w 1it h aut e ] T eClt b lH c olnn h ud h .a~'-
a "pporiatea- Dodgers fans howled In an comeback campigby in aa-towitn 5 r -s o and under sv stories ever WalterghSl
',te tOiolesrUi athe announcement, a unanimous, upset, 10'-ru'df-n 1sc.pte. ,enes MatteoTerry,.haolltomake second half debut at h te,
ren o a p r or lon a r -tP ,h~nb oG a Pool to witness l G F.8. and unter -m M AFae rStad t ght.
rid for Roe and intielder Billy Walker was one of the decision over the Cuban "Keed" Third Annual Gamboa CivicI 1-Cdharlene GraveL Time: 15.71 .Epp riranoe, ..ar ~elonm an H opoe tadium oni t.mtey wil ben a e to.meet 8
ox in the fall sale. mhotpu tplayersth hw Brook-e re Miaa seoucroW S Cncd 3 5 o M lSwimDtMee Thenu f- I--Theress Dunn B. Ems otus". H s'2 1.akeo .. o ls I t m c a
,The offiialrfsed" '.to s "ay As Wlker aded bth Roe Contancewas a 4-1 underdog. qaiyo jhetsstartedat 7 p~m. S F.B-.Girls 10and under. hiwunhngasr~ them nuro tes metlndu o ow ab a
large thisrefund woul dand Coxbecame stars.. .eltoonefcocued "1lo.ses Het .,.. wax InIts elf...uld be _,wellroundi
be, but I was known that the Roe twice ad the league's greed that 24- year-old Hetor's eet was sponsred by the 1-Chdene Morenc. Time: 17.0 ehc ,x Tim 0 e
ul of $7,0 wsfr obetwnningercentage aso tTem ese.Kid Oavilan, The Kid was get pP. ienced team that C.H.S. ,GsoLre.H ad
o e Do: d er and hi i an 19o o ntr-uncin ,d innde expectd yh p MC roflkz~v
b tae fast wfe cordbet t et ne ls es otworkand' p dy ambha oi o 3-- arttri he mmaCivic hsIt wBaldwin tn rou h oon has at in 8 o Her h
"'- h e on .s~ a d a t r- o coned fuctdoby ywar in a d w ra 0ndwhen com t e Poell 1 ame~s payedh thi bate rsobl Pqwe,
nte f r Re. Dogn Pranp ea 1co unter-puncihad lifrm itlcond dutedurin ,Phe ys iceald uo. 1--vey rPhillips. ,:18 oa rnedprmter Enro'ibuen
It's just too much of a grind when he won 22 games and lost 29-year-old Gavlan In hise. onand Recreaton Branch F.8 -- Boys -10 and under in bI R do ehn hthe yen 10gm es py n r
..... catioseson Il hm....teunf rsn105 reg hro oasn ofec wre1ieruddenly in the year and leads in complete se fmr
for meog to lin.she and only three. He app earedI n three nd comeback fight. But there a s.nitil b ths-.t hHeat rbr ,
.Roe' h han ca o besm aord r ewries of ad df000 solr t others waons saon tght at rweeand ws sa nt i oredoyte M eighthre round and Gavlanstop gia esPitched apd n t winthlth o

not to jeopardie that romlse oriffith. Maneaho vamil a reem among H1i3ron Charlene Oraves and1-4en Lnfor, Time:17.2 te For tpeed, Joe worki out with * *T n a

,asociat himself wi n However, the Pittsburgh Pi- dn Woos lik o k*s Harrpet H witt turned Inenthe F l J m The ou lighter fellows. e 'a
ent been able to htake mybn rates signed inflder Die, sports writers u at thderin Amate AthleticUnion of the ZmM i Hers t March --o-

aomi s Alma 3teur Revado s most. erentl ha stli d .ch mahaar .sr To Start Macar l to th et n
rgulr ha turn the last couple of al agrint rhe Yankees. Six favored Cn tance, h= Un a te m a e thes .r--Rl Final anenobert Bones.om ot Jc ehth
nie tae Saturday wollee ment with pitcher Joe Presko potatoewlmeWe veiled the distance in 1:0h.al f) -rt. Time: 1:75lto Kid for hi third sLccessive laae ni t anhdedunced hareof to 3 to take stle
e had a 17-st year I ay Just f oun ad a 4-n appeareord and re- iahe, and on elen Splector Cerolyn Hwlme ,dord K25. Vi-tora The 1pr vgi-b-0dUndernrreo o second p on

gre, 11 In the Na80ioal portedly took a slight cut; and NatioalBoin Associatin an Jd Felp and Barbara Bartlett .. eaSSo Baens tims of Sylvester were Leoipel Herie cheidr atuda t his half of the Rastlchi League.
,wth a lifetime major- the Milwaukee Braves smoked th~e Miami Beach Boxing Com- set a mark of 1:01.5 In wirnning. dhiS Konise Peralta and Kid Allen. a~Mint the contJos,^ firs 1 Geog Barbler started for the
> rord of 127 victories the peace pipe with Infielder mion.. the 100 yard ee style relaor .e urcsp- 12 and under Two four-tound preliminaries Banm!enerhowe Alnt 2, bth alo naPo and held the Macaws wan
B doeatr Jack Dittv1ames, a .245 hitter andThbout waw tevied na" rls 12 and under; (4) In a st Heat wl round out this excellent card bay tl the end of the third n-
e wek:'' _I .. rP .,b .yo~r_ .. .. .! .Gavin declared, "hsd fYraternal orgafiltions of 1 -ioDirdon"Boswell. Time:1.0 hv =m etpOv i I.? oe= ,, h ,s o~e al. ntly a

Athoug h e e u Ican the outlelder Pete Whisenant, up .n was worse than the On e vent or the y the time Daniel HaraeZTime: 4.3 .or which a general a.mison-J. n n m . nin when the MacA.s pushed
+ 'los ^ ^ .. no^ i S O a r| ......t ..,w, -, ,^-3 ,,ua et, ae e enn n wlntlg
M ali announcements a u g htb an w here h f a een sort the S aJohnnyS axton f ght atPil-Lmh---Wi l sor n w hdoa da ytelandare hl,,ameean
themyrise o buis it f- rao t w.t rt pic toetral ofnB ebht Antw 1n arly Yol eao Tucaf. T.Bt aromhtrainin to visit bind N v Iro n the s eron br
tretelowehrl "snaih6. m -el sdner his ersghha r et d h ball trs irlt tad haey too ie to

ia oa C 2 -I M Hf80f Open Win d.,"-%?fi^ -t.io'"ewl S S' *,^
^^^^* ^^^^^-^^^ ^^^^H "I'I-" weigea,, turned In a neat 1:07.5 to eclipse' S--Marlon Bradley. try to make It three In B row as knock off the All Stars and will Fridnli" o smr. 1
the rpriseoehtstet Alrear's ormer record tsme of bh FZ Boye 1d and under -ome 0 to women oer tee have Lem Kirkland ready to strive r de eMc a

'*I^^^Hl~lH ^^X^i^^B ^^^ A. r. 1:07.0. Is rHeat off today In the fourth annual serve them up, with the two ond laperh into the se~
^^^*K^^H'---- ----- ^^B ong1 The Fairways While the senior swimmers had 1-Alan Scott. Time: 31.0 .Sarasota Open. Mighty Mites. Dour Chassin and thel Puac Rrhe he xpe s o
ouldnt have been a shock be gaintheir turn at record breaking the f-xcameeorge Cotton AS defending champion for the Charley Bradshaw. ready to st to et k i
lu i kept telling them alln ntracafteraconer- from G ---avlan and his eoun or competitors were far .-Martn Holmes second consecutive year, the In if the oing proves too rouh for the Pterl

l^ y^ O ^L jLS .i^^^Goli~n Gossip From The from Idle. Sue Taylor, 8ue Lin- 4--Mke Mulholland. hard-hitting Tampa, Fla.. links- for Lem. willbe un Jerry urfil
*|^^s.w-^ ^^ jKJ^Amaor Ldles coln, Grace Argo and Diane 50 FA Boys 12 and under woman willlead 24 professionals Game Time: 700 p.m. crease hon lead h^"'"o*1n-
Tlast summer at Brooklyntwenty.diP partcpated ctypt their talents toilth- 2nd Heat 0 in th e scramble for the $5,000 Place: Balboa l pi gidium. te leame .ver .. R et of

Zerein thwn roTdto rB-n" Tourna- er to better by five and three -.-Jerry Crawford. Tme. 34. prize money. 1ag .
ws my last year And then, aft- l hto3 win lat Oc ThursdaFu hand- tenth seconds the time for the 2-Bob h S lauhter But two other stars of the .
the season, I told them[wawlast year after2in.e5, said 14 and under. The former recod 4-Randy Gangle. Patty Berg also were favored IX 1 Lau t S

-Fwrst e light Bev Dclfer of 2:18M7 held by Straus, Crosby. 50 F. Girls 10 and under in the 72-hole tournament over
x to play n .hewoldn'ttakeacu r M eth is1RaeHu hes-tNet 32 Engelke, and Eberenn gave way Finals the gruelling sp 277-yard Bobbyer
Ooorted $d20,000 sa.larn.Anotherd t o a- 1.Tue n hne ----arlen .8o soeo ndlsiheatexnal Jones Golf Courcolae. l., I
eOn HAlso has been prmised*unnappy ea, pnored breen Net 24 w- Pe Falk n Zne ino by 1Taylor, 3i-J le hre4 s Crrouockerl, s ar I W a y F r Ne

th hrft. A ller Gr o r to r dba seman tloN.The2 Iof ball for the least Not to be outdone by the rirs. 50 F.S. Boys 12 Gad ender guay, won the ( 5,000 Serbyn J sm
.w n the (Dodsero.i or.ln pEdd.e Yost, refused Arms inR Durl a o Jon i a Sto D on Ryter, Herb sector, hale David! Fnale orenpen at Miami Beach last week --

believed Of f hier, presented the trophloe raco p tnsthn nor t enteb:t tim 1 Bob Conor Tm: 1:068 M Berg, now playing out of ra da utst can
Sw v thatp oiseifenti of :555 Fo completely ensae th e 2-Miguel de Oyes St. And o r kllm s outeecentw it mor than a Pana Bay .' r

*--- I r'r The first game of the Inter former mark of 2:25 held by 3-Donald Rice St. Petersburg Open and placed record *.i *a .^ H
Special 1 zFOOpS Clinches Club Matches was played at Croft, Bath. Cox. and Ramsey. 4-Eric Muftoz. second in the Serbin. Mrs. Za- w< ^ :
W oa w tha oerth ManageroYamil Chadeub Sat Repr entattves of the Pean 50 F.S. Boys 14 and under arlas has the Tampa Openy The Ser/, owned bv George B. .
a n himse-day e Amador's team, consisting 1mna Olympli team garnered 1st Bet championship to her credit this Nickel, and captained by Frank .
laeteaf iofy halso r.lalve booniratessighedrinfieldersDicokhtrorbles'buththis decis16nl"'par, Oreeorlboys Ordn 1-Don Ryter Time: 2T 14.8 T ]eesemifinal.hon theMlarch t ---o as

Aftor ifzflRoes'dc lO A I 1roat, re S urng from w D R wo val, Alyce French and Pe,-,Bthelaee ono eor ino tran 0y d-n-teve Schroeder Other play-for-pay entrants Captain Bligh. returned from... .. ...
e, officially listed As 36In service after hitting284 tofi l the Br free style for men. second lnat 3John Fundakowskl. Included Jakainst e Pung of Ho-Horaco Ottis. Waace Bay with her ice boxes l
old, admitted late last sea- lad thed won all six theGagle and ck stroke and the 50 F.S. Boys 14 and under ma Louise u of Sea loaded, and one marln iced

rOrcesf Loopi~c Champn-ItionsCogauaionshi ...c .... ,lrls, 440 free style for men and 2nd Heat .Isle, Ga. Miss Sugrs tied for down on deck. Even so, they had ^ ^^^^H 1
J-VA^^g KJ~ VJUUU~pl~l~illU andliood lu~f In.your match outdistanced the field to l1-Herb Spector. Time: 28.7 third In the Miami Beach tour- Iigven one marlin away to the l^ ^ ^ ^
with Panama this weekIn handle win the 400 yard frethe 2-United-Jim Pederson sw.unament. natives of Ppias.-
ais Card reached agree-Stas will aree. We wll file upnrelay for mwenteyt. 3-Joe Reynolds. Topp- Fling the list of amateur ackutherandannounceh
W th ay. th .isS saturday will-m ake sae In 1 03..IIts me.nt ih pitcher Joe Presko, protests Im med ately with the veiled th . . .. " fe d..,Von Raff rty. Tim e .: 1:0,7o-51 alt. .. ... .. .. ..idt nfhotri; heiosd thiardp sucoce.. ...sosivev -

.NeAa AA- edr oly- w pair of -nfield a GamboaHelen sector, Carolyn lT 50 F.S. Boys 14 ,ad under will be Pat Lesser of Seattle Th e first mate of the Seri Os-
Had a1 eaSrpay.L The Troopers ended Bob Far- come Ntion al Boxing Association an dtane are In yards) 3eo rd Heat Wash., winner of the Dohr Herwball, caught the first
eer, 11 in the Naonal pringtonedl s four-game winninght cut Here's a tournament you can 5 F.S. Boyelps 7 and under baraBrtl -Joe Collns. Time: 28.6 Tournament at Miami Shores marlin of the season. Three
with a lifetime major- e by M olwaukee Braves smoked runs In finish u without an excuse for la t Heat 2-John nodgrass Virginia d Allen.nhy of Chicago, members of the Panama Marlin h

troops 20 4 .*3 the second, fourth, and sixth I a missed drive or mtt ruing vour Im-James Thompson. Tme: 20.1 3-Chas. McCarthy. Ellen Gery of Raeding, Pa.. Club caught their first marlin me
record of 1 victories he Peace pipeckman and Bob core. 2-Kevn Bradreesley 50 F.S. Girls 14 and under Marge Burons of reesnboro N.C. this trip. They were Major Brad h

^"ErT 14 10 .8 *5 6 ~er*It collected a pair of, This will be aMulligan tour. 3-Billy Colman. Finals Jean Ho kins of Cleveland, Ohio, Muse. Herbert H. Knapp and Bill ^ ^^^^H
Md_ feats.Ja1 2 .aDittmerant-5hitter namentdfor all member and G-Russell Poure. 1-race Arso.Tmle: 30.t and w reo Leone of Chicago. Violette. s IYh

7t72 451 14 '"eLrin9e' bad-hop their wives. Eighteen holes of F1Sa Boy r 7 and under rDoane Hickey ---- ---- Frank Violette almost achieved rd
S1. 9 .308ame 16 in thegroune ien the heird and War- medal play on Sunday, Feb. 27, lik e event for the at 3-eue Lincoln Schultz J Rad his ambition to land two marlesln
!2t L~ -cardinal, chain, .R&efrom Atlanta where he hit 28 on...e, we .....nof1'09w turedn y Hlms, 1 _harn.Mersd.. of4.3 11 0 one dollar and ffy.surprise..... ...e whrun. nage

raV n Woera'driller to dP short ert edl handicap a2lowance. 1-A. Jacobson. Tsme: 18.3 50 F.S. Boys 14 and under 100 F.S. well Boe -2 a.d at once. He had a double strike,
T .5DA _n~ :the fourthwere39 points. It was his fifthU..at 2-Roark Summeronford Fina1s e" Te" -t .sals ut the i econd g r h thr, th.,seve rbl w s

3, Albrook AFB^ 0 of mhty Miler. handicap to ul advantage. You I-Irving Gockroft 1-Don Ryter. Time: 26.5 ,_M H T L D nlr G hook just Bs the leader wire was
t ] "i:: appeara~nee. SinceeHector was te CanalZone 440 yard record 33.3ntrnes -St"ar~ns us anr~e mre to hanooseelrom, itneAJbe oddTmPtals
terweight contenders, hisvice- r Fels.pi ruscndhhsers.erto
i l'a--- .' ,tor' .as a severe........o when he stroked his way home 150 F.S.-- Girls -- 12 and underCW ~ |mm|A for the rest of the A]ll Star
t ~ l J u v va-" . -- + ,, ,"- z-' al~ in 6 :0 5.3 to b e tte r b y .f o u r [| e a -- 3 rdI IRe sI l Ir T hir d lS ti n e uph ttAs s s i l a m s e y
f '-"a ,, s come _",i ,o tenths of a sound the former 1--Carolyn Holmes. Time.: 32 .....6 SI I a O e With the best from all the rei .. ... ..
r e co rd et 5 :0 5 .. 2 A t e r a .so f o y
"However, the ,'oenxd14 p RffrtrFotl 1-- o adudrof the lea coe ryue a8 dn
i / ~~~~said he would continue his ca ml-,,buter..iD h....i w~....a~y toa no ,,.l OolaOpeeWi
+ r: raolwznrand,"comtueeinhemuch'lgh~t- Canal Zone record in the 100 1-Xathieen McConaghy. Time: S8ARASOTA, Fla., Feb. 24 (UP) standing player. wt not-goeo

: : ,v,, ~~~Along -,,The -" -FairWnvs While the senior swimmers had Il-Alan Scott. Time: "1.0"Sarasotaopen. iMIghty Mites, Doug Chassin andtePm.BbyWiswltr
.- their turn at record breaking the 2--Oeorge Cotton As defending champion for the, Charley Bradshaw, ready to ate"---
i ,. .- '.. -- ~ ~~~junior competitors were. far] 3--Martlln.Holmesnd second..consecutive year,. the In if _the going proves too roughfotePms /dery rte
W'l~r~i ,., I noifln. G~sin From The from Idle. Sue.Taylor,.Sue.Lin-1 4--Mike Mulholan.- ._hard-hittingTampa, Fla.. lins-.for Lem. wl e t m ... ,
-- ~~~~~~~~~~~Twe nty-sx adioels prticipated Hicey pautetheir talents togeethS ,- 2nY d Beat In te soh ~rlamle feor rthe Am lac' p Basme lboa0Stadium. [,l:le~- e ~v ,rOto
P 2in the ,,ee to Green" Tourna- er to better by five and three-I 1--Jerry Crawford. Tm : 3 . prize money.

nj entlas Thrsdy. ullhani-toeanth ewcaaZondst e t refordthe I0 B ackS Me n-Butalsopov t herstas.. .th
carpwsallowedsoasndotheowin-te adfe tyerlyfrgrl -rdwopr- w- in-te" .cicaiys, utynoCautorityand
neshee:14ad ner.nTwihtle fbrlla tmer r 1- -BoaCndGnger. TPat1.tyMssBerg.,alo werelavigourof ed founix osatewehrlinsC
.]" TeFirstFlght-mev o1fte ner for187meld yma raus,3:35rosdby, 5 F. Gidr~ls 2 n udrSnthe72Poetorsur pn amnt povedlrer."
Nee3;Ra Hles- eTroEglkanpseen gvCwylialncegrelig .u7yadBob
e S condb Ma 9tch Es w laeda n0rtCoft a th.13.4 xur ne d I fr th ey.ew ---CariolMufHolmes. -i--r2 second ntesGolfn.oMrse -.
1M lHW So heAABwig ege pn ore dGeeevist4:PggylFaClubon au- C zOa~nal onereordbyT aylo~larwe 2-Dani8ele TiHar:n.ede M~issCocker, ptthe sy hra~rp-~~ v~t ai a~ 6k e
th 5h icat, A rtileryGouFotCaytonC dalyet2. ALo' eacnkincon roan iky 3 ... n nersotrfrmMneieo r-I, w asf
,are: Lfew.-1.to.Cp.Rbr rusabe, f.,oe ofll Theglfperanle.for henleas o t eotdn8ythegns-s R. os- uy, wn te 1,11 8bt
SO. WI~=Plgi:(eo rw .t f.Dvdptsowa wn, pbyed ni to o yer ebSetoeBa.sr, Dav5id Fi nals pen t Mimideachlatweek~f!!dpcfan am: li
.1o t ilo ahlCp.W Hawkins, and ve"ell whro htad 9,uts Ttead wJnmaslPsderson In = the, I-AlanmScot.0rTime:21 byoesrk.Iwahrfit
.Porces sOon l, amtlon$1t1D e nts. `onieftulations ririsd ngre
40 Capnae,7yrprsned'3"Bter,93dAt- aTdereIroodmtt fn our impoe20yardfettlchayfrbyl2M nHle i inetrigpo
sic: f rilr f'ait~lifm TA .... r ~into:fur-p^.UmwTn mengHeesat ounath e "Rngerouma 1.andMF.. u--erBoys theandunettr I--eore cotollns. be U5TutnamtheSoth.Ameicani8hrsarlnortof rcodtheisweao. reken

I8A EU .l 4 auf
..m ,r_ m eeme'sree-run nom-can replay as manv bad strokes 42-Larry Cristoph. 2--Herb Spector TBomweel:RGangle. u 1:0ei cauh ..
- :,, ooo oo, ,o.O er and th elinht-lnning score- as youW ant until yu have used 25 F.S. Girls 7 and under 3-Jilin Pederson. 2--E. Blakely, T. Ebdon D Mac- A 8u b. amnberjack, 60 Ib.
AN ST es rle hur of Ray Chat- up the number o Mulligan ina 100 FS. Relay Girls 10 and Lon J. Crawford oupe ad several smaller
S<^y~~t~anteat8D~~clal~r^ unde-FGinals 19 ~ flppr Andrg A *"erI1, weighingfrt ^^ iM l l
Any Atlantic at Spc0al Troops win sparked Clayton over the equal to your handicap. You can 1--8u a 8har. Time: 21.9 under Finals --& ope, R Umb,,ger A ambedsae, weighl forty
(2:30 Al k pm6. e Slltorn Ed Stemaka started for use them all on one hole, or 2-Linda Benton I-H George, V. Hirons. C. Umberr M Mulhuand pound" were eaught Fourteen
Albrook at Coco Solo Clayton but retired after ones read them out wherever you 3-Lillian Thomas Graves, H. Hewitt Time: F..'- Women FIn mari were slhted In all and
:' ( "ri vt^ ) rt K n n_ ..eause of an aggreveted need them during the eighteen 4--Susan Thompgon. 1:11.5 1-Ida trau. Time: 317 ine hooked. Only seen all-
Cla yton v. Fort obbed e in o fu. i holes. If You play good enoughh U FAS. B 7 and under 2-T. Dunn, G. Figueres, B. Cra- 2-Judy Crosby fish were sihted. and three of
(7:0 at Clayton Field) A RosMe slapped a two-run ,ou don't have to use them. but Fa mer, C. Morency 3-Ahn Dube theme were boated .
OMSS DAT double and Bhank Tullar tripledthen yo them. No refund 1--J. Thompsn. Tim4 19.5 3-M. Mahoney, C. Henneay, R. 4--Carmina Monaszo. Tom Mnlrhead, a visitor from ..
O0pml Datt, to helathe ofensve off lefty credit for Mullgans. S-Andy JzwbA Litvin. E. Lowande. 1 LSA3M el ay-Gls 14 Los AnBeles. who ws the only
SiJimB f the Braves, who^ No etySbut some we e3---! Ba 5 108 FSL Relay Bs 10ad and "y der crew member not to estch
S-G-a1l Miller Col- fanned 10 but isoed eight bas prisps tl ed. Coan. under FinalIs 1--8. Taylor, B. nco D Imarln, does not feel bad a- .-
F.ifthi win of the Pan- on S. gave up only six A th to take part I.B. M--- Finals I--0. Boswell, L. Dehlingtr, R. Hick.. '1 :13.4
on ahmlb its,.two ft e uptonlRaft ll "d ta6uan 9o taG._lArgo. -- '" e: 3.4
e^ bits, two h to Rft ad ina Ban t sand Beer fr 1-8ob Conner. ^ 5:0t.S GtOngle, M. Hollmes. Time: Record.
-A', e Remke. doB f. ":arlo 1:0 e S. 8op J. Felp, B". "ar -
0 Of the hits off i n~!a on club bulletin" '--Joe slaI -W. Army T. Anderson, W. Kir- lett, J. B ..
sJgand Cha doS.o au,0 nd indicate If you wilh I S. '- H s, and under by, J. Chapelle 'S-M. Martin, D. Rostetter, R. '
h% aaShy er, ffet lunhne- FlkA 3--J.Jackon, R. Bhirk. T. Be- Duke. C. McCarthy.
9 M .- IrEetsy Sy BWllTIg: 23.3 lote, S. Slaughter. 2"M Relay Boys -14 and
V=NoFUUM L N H3 .-Pat e 39 Mr. .- wenea-.Flaa
11- ,Rdl n1--M ta rsuss. Tune: 1:10.3 1-P. Ryter. E.L Spe ctr.D, Tate, Ado
.,ovidee 1 NM t r mo-Jud roJ. ,. Peders Tien : :1:
MRPRuderl w Browar U. 3 a dr -udy plke. Record.
hM a ithrea dA lepity lbe W o~ach. fuimbl ed! w WrA. men Final 9g ageg
'.Mrd Mex s t etaely "doe 111 fIF Shift. :173 --pls roeens. Time: U-0 TrmggoagT.
itt I. fat sk fatWilson Gribaide3.-T.: A.
4.L.-- -Overtonr
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Sound the swank blstrea in w PAt--- tE OR6- FROM -
SYork's east 50 the past oe A ...WNKu LEADJ7 O 7 t
SCountess va der Hbeen n C'T CE O iE y ,, 11y
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i Itbehindfm the bar, poses the als N AC
ddteaser, "Don't I k now ySe

u fom, some rplace."'o

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SShaker from the y cburleTCe ov er s 141

S Hislesh layout In Miami FeB o
In which there's a gay hoo fe v Lincolnr

ffom th e other side of the tracks margi ~ i
courting with the toni erl thor- l LitersA s
Soston DogeIs the name tea 9. 1 A
three-year-old colt, but the e r es of ANe O
nothing In his record to suggest CKE the houre
b, e doesn't belong on the same .nAgE g the Linco

ra ightaway within the likes of aa oOf the th

i i i a whre by Mr /tbe. whois ower Ie three. biglfcltt d a CA FL Y R E S
Nashua,s hired bn Nasrulolh, once. oBud'e ered, Per
the gr nd-pppy o n his n mother 's thWoodhu e 8 31 stout
side, Johnst w 5 thed o Woodch1ca8 K en-0 The Po
Urn m ky Derby whinner.ghor sole run

,ag nger Se further than seven frlongs. oSnaleys3 and tbe ,nntes,
TheDo gae s lineage may be AmmIro 1
more pedestrian, bDut he's wo n came in
eight races Win eight times ou- t, third ba
which you can't beat. His owner, The In
Paul Adoll operas a livery their run

b stab n le anest Ol North, y tation P in the mucrkin Bobid T d f

*(+ "I d a eCo o a l u. o md ii41 er ehi tor mothe Hot kept hiam hee |hJf MDemse
Boston, and he's trainedby u Iess rin te fr
GOLF TOURNEY WINNER n Anga s Mathenly (right), local r e brother Frank. the ae h

resentatave of Taso -batteries, presents set of five tub Nashua was bred by the la irs ad fift
tires to C. F. IGrham, winner of the champlBhip flght in the Stud of the late Witlliam Wood- Te bo
Tasco Battery Golf Tourename held at the or Amador war, Sr, oialt an d j
l Cb e eclub member. The original intent pli

he senior Woodard passed a Potter ulb
Sware fore shipment t, nd the OUT,- IUo- Priester -
bJuiom Woodward kept him here. .--- w a KNOW, )o10 Dempsey
At B Vl esh Nashua occu lesa Wh "L c ai TsOfPM DAemiratte
stall in the beautiful A 1 abld" area To"y *u 5 V i

ede, ver oy relan world heavyweight ampo i (so our Hia e agent s a y s) aaTof .e.. E .it.r. lp
t i ed that for the tooks n ext defense, Al Welt and .the l rop icl Park. _r_ __ ... .. Sm
Intrnat oieg Clb have aeded to bypass NIAd Vales Nashua is fed m oi and special t Th ie
.said g.ive oveth toe hone ek.e whi o.c...who holdsthe t icl oaeter ine rted frmHrote spi s .6l_ M__I.DCraw f-a rM

As the top-rated contender Valdes, who Ie s the ampion of cal or calori -c c, onyte t of the .

Tht is! Week that, forPcil Onhe Alleysk nsand 8 the Hellcats Park.nr-
Cuba nd South America, I s entitled to take the next crack at Doge's vit tles. The Belair babe k re e
Marcianb's tender Ipose, which, it will be recollected, was split in is spotlessly groomed, and Boston AN M AM EiifA Jordon l b
S geonetical precision by Ezzard Charles. Doge comes to the races uncomb- ro P N M Parker -
er there appears t be a continued reluctance by Well ed with straw n it tail. rd lb

S letValdes and Bobby Gleao, his manager pick up a cha m C
,t. ,e o n a rc n edby Thailand colt best thre- d pro Cosmopolltan xd League was went to work onathe PanthersK Nesler rf
invasion of the matchms. bNusa h uS h I o e l a.everpad.a rolled. oast Wednesdayp night at and came up with all three Beck 3b .
within the at twn te t t m e ern o, That means better t h an Gal-the tfbl Alleys, with not much games. He r the Helats LaMbert

Cuban cnst tere ho e to of Cuba wllbred by Mr. Itz, who's ben fothree bigbtiand it bringsftherS muster was'a 45 by CANFILL YOUR NEEDS A
enter a se-I-offical bee withthe State Depi.tmIntt and that training g horses most of his 8them out of the cel Bud Doe Anderson and 388 by' Es.C
Jim Norris may be a ked by Washington to reveal MarciAno's years. Weer isstill pounding the pins telle.Frankel. 110....--1u11 1.
1 e 055itit $Whys -adtwherefores..e was h eee the champion twoyear- atho hot clip Bud racked up a big"Iin
.wi ta-te department s -notdlikely to interfere with Jim's old of 1, with earnis of $92,. 46 with games of, 207,215 and The league standings are as Wa
a t tU I en edot iery eto queleof 5. He won the Belmont Fu- 224. follows. tie game
any originating in Washington. its recent contacts with turity ($88,000) and the Hopeful Alleys 1 and 2 found theWood-
the S m ourntw not vr ant. Besides, there has Stakes at Sar a to ga ($50,000). chucks knocking out a 2. point won s
the Suprem te Court were not very pleas t. x g n to set- He's been beaten only twice in victory from the Bearcats. Bud's Termites 43 26
been talk ofn i e ate vestigation of ono boxing, with an ey tothis career, by Summer Tan -and s646e and Marj. Harvy a48 were Hot Rods 38 s
ting up Fd*rAl control Royal Note in stakes In New tops for the Woodehucks, while Bearcats 38 31 00 WoNHE YOU MAT. 17PAYS YTo
York. DickTheis' 500 and Murroel Woodchucks 37 231% .
CONTENDER ON STARVATION DIET Boston Doge, who likes to lead Mitchug 450 were high for Buckeyes 35 34
"eld attthe c as o fervid phrasesnrga to finish, ea e the Beale arca. Lucky Five 0e39
wc oldof a e earvatlfdiet and a consuming hunger. gone further than seven furlongs. On alleys 3 and 4, the Termntes Hellcats 29 40
whach b cm.e fimye stbihda.stheo .1 conenera His staying power is question- took a two game victory from Panthers 26 43 40, I
last July 4l when he knocked out Hurr icane Jackson in two able.sBut ashua recently clock the Lucky five. High for h he winners of thefree Ita-
heats." Gleamonopened. -This aroused talk of a&fight with Mar-red the fastestathree-year -loldTerisereTe hmidV0 581landinne onadd hI e >
"What's the use of ratings in boxing, it being the No. 1 rival history. There's little doubt he ne Lucky g ive Bob and iris High Series. Ted Schmidt's 244
of the champion-gets you nothing but an empty stomach and a can hand the mailed da furlonWaggoner were tops wit Bb and rhihgameForiehs. Ted s Mar
a- am 63..earsiold. I have been in the boxing business for Wasowonnbythe Teermites by 31 ur Mitchusson's big 204
the past 43. How much longer can I hope to be around? England colt (the Beantown Bul-g wa on bbMe
$,I filed a challenge and a binder with the New York State m ae tussle in the small Alleys 5 and 6 foundH
Commission last October. It has done nothing to help uS. May- ineao field, des ite the pres- Rodes taking a 2 point victory
be the new chairman will run across the situation as he cleans. H des iie rosR theBuckeyes. a2 Bob Hud
ABbehnc tsten dence or H a nat ly ..House's Prince .
S b Christenberry's desk. o lr and Montpeller's Saratoga Idleston's 523 and Darts Hudak's
Io l don'tblme the New rk Commission. I blame all Of our te be.t proven mudder if i' 411 were high for the Hot Rods,
commison .don'teven e Al Weill. f I were monagern ss th comes up rain while Harry KIluMpp's 4 I70 and
the world champion and I was possible for me to bypass the There's un wrong side of t e Marcella Thompson's 458 were
No I conte ndr and take on a stiff, I, too, wouldstry t get away tracks that take you to, the pay- tops for the Buckeyes. r

". .. I-s three teme-? Maraino belt hess Extieid o Dy DR. PHOG A LEN -
hatheB at the ntAedes. oo, d A t 'Elant t c atAa t c.. -. oaa cl
sn y V. best onl d. 0 I -A Ake d 0w Writtetn for NEA S ervice
S01A been forced to send NlIo out on Lhe. n h laQUESTION: Under the rules, a wa
Sone J, ed themetropolis of Huntington, West Vir- e Cristoba Armed Services court until he has landed in front.
gi.ia. eaYMCeAtUSO anlouncs a Chess court, le also is allowed to leap

Au l ardna Iready to resume boxing up at Gros- t row night, Feb sa:3l s the arl b hatc in plyo
eardt. oergo three r0 u nds on aturday and three more Won Lost at the YMCA.I s-_llsofe aorn tore ani. Where s Jtohe ,

which I am choosey. Al Us. h me who is next, and Charley Goldo m of .RA. l ,,, d by.Noel..bTe ash and h a- reveo a-t orom wbing yon theft par toofte-cour
s ca me u e around 210 and have got down n u d at t. ot on, e York res horn sounds while hall D**e. ApoeIe Cei Caeb_
,I came u I heLeou tem n hsscor mc ,oe oe

heump e llal) szzn lmuchae o possible tfo ten days and new Charlie rhench, ,hitting a Weeks, and anyone from'the CPn-_ __-
m 'not been htt yet. c g t c l ga nnbeap do noth h he
nhing hand wth th thing too I.nd to t

ble Sthat if Charles had not bisected the p oe's Buick a little weak on the a' who vish to petmt
11have been matched wtlh Valdes In Miami for pitching end could beat the Weeks are asked to ring their
butb*oards and sets so that s
fact, Gleason and NIfo had begun eating on this other team but had no luck O n-eav ai ae for hat s i IJ
Jt i a e #dan Francisco, and General three s to them. no of U b I it t pvmt im
three mes to them. by th. health Department of7x15
F moe btt a the uber one hta tn d l d onD D F
C"?.O.. and lost to aP the other Canal Zone, ang has dn

and lost all their games in the a-me both In the Canal Zone

nJe d first halt T.bw o tl'd nthed ot D oa t do Peesa siMUe hse arrival in .
ma have served notice they will l for chose ezudas.a, and It In

F .4alerwMtu P th tilipefh l ,_.. r oa to aa. their R EDUM F1 r

* a -" brother, c MaXA. an k mann. /U, /er.
... .IWOM .,_j l R.a w" t AUTO4'-

.IC LTTL 'LEAGUE.moved.into *1a p I t-Ib

la ........ 0 .000A Eddine Donhu wt in a row.
BLife o.. Los.0 0 A F E di nahue.I wis ullk '
4 ,........ 0 1 .0 0 pitcher for the Mottas and "b
4 ..... 0 1 A00 or the faettheir regaarca '
0 1 .000 er was ick, may have ed
Sto finish the t ame. Por the po
lin Life o, Poltee 1 by play, most of the Braves fat.
h the Police outhit the tned their averages, where onl
f team by the close EddIe Green of theottas show
f four to three hits. the ed any' ablll to catch u to
ored a decisive win over Lutz' fast ball
ers, by the tally of 6 to _
t 6to1Brian has been showln quli
Parker was the man of a bit of Improvement In ia toem
He tched and batted trol lately, and sloa with h i
on e outfit to victory, dealing speed, heW&llprob
ree hits his team gath- be unbeatable from here on
ky had two, and s he Poliee Pals 13, Coco B te&
12 Coppers via thel In their final scheduled game
route. of the first half the Pollee dp.
licemen scored their located the scoring by the Braves
on a double by Frankle i their. game and poved bt
, who tsole third and into a firs place tie with thead,
on A throw that got byat the expense of the Coeo o011
se. to Cuba.
isurance la4a piled upI
s on walks and miscues, Keith Kenway, making g h
up two runs on no hitslsecond appearance sal the
rat hing apa two runsCubs, again pitched a no-hitter
it In each of the third against them. Now all Keith hu
innings. odo la to stop them from eo,
x score: In and he will be ble to V
Ab R H some perfect" games Into the
x ss ... 1 0 0 records. Smith wu the startif
lb-as ...... 2 o 0 and losing pitcher for Coca So-
............,o3 0 1Iito, his record Is now 3 and-1.
............. 1 0 Here, agin, the lop-sided score -
f-lb ....... 2 0 q might have been averted but for
ct .........- 1 0 llthe absence of a kay ball play
i ....... 1 1i i Lowse. their reular catcher a
b .. .......... 0 .a hard hitter, was absent de
............ 0 0 oliness..
............ 2 0 0 Kenway led his team in hit
rf ........ .. l o ting with 3 for 4, as Jim Palos
.......... 1 0 0 bo and Paul Elbdon aulsted with
2b ..........l 0 02 In 4 trips.
............. 1 0 1 For the first half cham pi
............ 1 0 0 shp a one game do or die effo
Lincoln Life will probably be scheduled
b ........... 1I 1 0 either Friday or Saturdy af
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(NEA Telephotos)
END Crouching on the roof of a New York tenement building (top),
SAugust Robles. After the smoke .of battle has cleared away (bottom),
1Ii -j._r IAr U.,Av, 6f "lOrhl-b

WON BATTLE WITH KILLER Armed with a submachine gun
and a rifle, two of the 125 policemen who gathered on East 112th
Street in New York. stride toward No. 67 to do battle with want-
ed murderer Augusto Robles. In one of greatest gun battles in
the history of New York police Robles died in the third floor
rear apartment in which he holed up. He died keeping his
proud boast that he would never be re-captured alive.

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York killed notorious gunman
Augusto Robles after a furious
gunbattle watched by thou-
sands of nearby residents on
East 112th Street in New York.
Robles shot two policemen be-
fore some 125 other officers
arrived with tear gas and ma-
chine Runs. Police say they
found Robles dead when they
entered the apartment where
he was holed up.

US Gives Indonesia

Technical Aid
DJAKARTA, Feb. 24 (UP) -
The United States announced to-
day it has allotted $7,000,000 for
technical aid ot Indonesia during
This represents an increase of
o3,000 000 over last year's alloca.
The foreign operations adminis.
traction office in Indonesia said
the expanded 1955 program includ-
es $1300,000 for a special mala-
ria control project and $5,700,000
for technical cooperation in oth.
ei fields.

LONDON, Feb. 24 (UP)- U.S.
Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge
hivited Russia today to contribute
fissionable material to the "atoms
for Peace" pool sponsored by
President Eisenhower.
Lodge spoke on the eve of a
live-nation disarmament confer-
ence here to which he is chief
United States delegate.
He promised that the U. 8.
will "leave no stone unturned to
develop an honest disarmament
scheme at the fQrthcoming five
power meeting here.
He told a press conference that
the noted Russia's Feb. 18 state-
ment said the people of the world
demand establishment now of a
system of world-wide cooperation
and peaceful use of atomic energy.
As Lodge spoke. Russia's chef
delegate and deputy foreign min-
4ter Andrel Gromyko conferred
with British minister of state An-
thony Nutting. Informed sources
baid Gromyko outlined Russia's
latest disarmament policy.
Gromyko who leads the Soviet
delegation to the secret disarma-
ment conference of the U.S., Brlt
sinr France, Canada and Russia
arrived last night by plane from

US Senators Ready

To Vole Themselves

50% Pay Boost

- Most senators were ready to
disregard the political rule book
today and vote themselves a 50-
per cent pay increase..
Democratic stratelasts predict-j
ed passage before nightfall ofI
the politically touchy bill to the
hike Congressional pay.
It would boost the salaries of
senators and congressmen from
$15,000 to $22,500 and give pro-
portionate raises to federal
A vote for such a pay raise
has long been considered a po-
litical liability. But Senate ac-
tion was made easier by the 2831
to 110 House vote which approv-
ed a $10,000 increase last week.
Opponents of the bill gained
some strength as the showdown
Sen. Harry F. Byrd (D-Va.), a
leading Senate economy advo-
cate, said he is opposed to the
bill and will vote against it.
But another foe of the measure,
Sen. Prescott Bush (R-Conn.),
Indicated that he is willing to
compromise. Bush has proposed
that the Congressional ware
boosts be knocked out of the bill.
He told newsmen, however.
that he would go along with a
10 per cent increase to $16.-
500 or even a $2,500 pay boost.
Under the Congressional pay
scale set in 1944 members of the
senate and house receive $15,000.
But $2.500 of total is an expense
allowance which Is subject to
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! Instrument approach controllers
had trouble talking Grom y k o
down for a landing and his plane
circled round air port sever a I'
times before finally coning in. I
Today's meeting was arranged
at tho request of Nutting who has
already conferred with Wes t e r n
delegates to the five nations par-
ley that will air Russian views
for the first time since Nikolai
bulganin replaced Georgi Malen-
kvw as premier.

called before the end of this
Gromyko was understood to
have set oui these ideas to Nut-
ting in advance of the meet i n g
scheduled to open here tomorrow
under the framework of the U-
nited Nations subcommittee on

Radical Socialist

The Soviet plans calls for the
complete destruction of stocks of Edgar Faure Is
.domic and hydrogen weapons
and the freeing of armed forces
and defense budgets at their
present levels.
Russia agrees to the setting up PARIS, Feb. 24 (UP)- Edgar
ef "an appropriate international Faure, a peppery politician who
control" for the supervision of the Idst montn challenged a newsman
supervision of the proposed dis- to a duel, took over today as
armament. But she has left its premier of France's 21st postwar
timing and scope complete e 1 y government.
vague. The 46-year-old Radical Social-
Moreover Russia wants a world Int won the overwhelming approv-
disarmament conference to be al of the National Assembly yes-
I----___ ______ P__ aterday on a program that include.
ed a pledge to complete ratifica-
CriStobal RR tion of German rearmament
Crossing TI Close 1n Bonn, the West German par-
Crossing I.0 Close liament began final action on the
a erris pacts to rearm the country.
For epaOirs Faure. who served as premier
o for five weeks in 1952. Formally
The railroad crossing-at-grade presents his cabinet to President
at 14th Street and Bolivar High- Rene Coty for swearing in at
way In Cristobal -will be closed noon (6 a.m. EST).
to vehiclar. traffic from 7 a.m. Former Premier Pierre Mendes.
Monday to 3:30 o'clock Wednes- trance got the rearmament trea-
day afternoon in order to per- ties through the National As-
mit the Railroad Division to per- aembly. But they were stalled to
form necessary maintenance the senate by his overthrow Feb.
work, it has been announced by 5 and the subsequent 19 days with.
the Engineering and Construe- out a government.
tion Bureau. Faure who was finance a nd
During the period that the later foreign minister for Mendes.-
crdusing is closed, vehicular traf- I rance was reported to have
fic will have aeonss into Cristo- paved the way for immediate
bal by way of 11th an d 3th saeste action on the treaties e-
Streets, ven before he won assembly ap-
The necessary barricades and proval.
signs with proper night time The same deputies who over-
illumination will be installed and threw Mendes-France and refused
a traffic signal will be set on to give thel support to three oth-
flashing operation during the er men in the 19-day crisis voted
tim that 14th Street is closed, for Faure by 3609 to 210.


Eleanor Roosevelt

Shuns Reception By

Race-Conscious Club

v Potash, ane 6 the 11
toe lea4rse cQtted i
149 fOr Commungit '*piray,
lis been granted pem io
to leave the U.8, a, take up
residence fn Polaid.' Potash,
piesenty under indl.otnt for
membehp in the
Party, is a active o ua.

NEW YORK, Feb. 24 (UP)-i
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt refused H F US
to attend a Brotherhood Week re- lW US,
exception in Lancaster, Pa.,, Mon .LiS rF L
day because it was held at a pri- inSfts m h lu!
vate club whuse membership is
"not open to all the people," It J I
was d closed today. From W on To AT
Mrs. Roosevelt's secretary, Miss
Maureen Corr, said the former LONDON, Feb. 24 (UP) -
First Lady refused to appear at Britain cut its Army budget to-
the reception m the Hamilton day and joined the United States
Club after Benjamin R. Epstein, in shifting emphasis in defense
head of the Anti Defamation from' ground to airpower.
League told her by phone from The new budget provides for
New York that the club excluded fewer vehicles, simpler guns and
Jews and Negroes from member- more planes and guided missiles
ship. for frontline troops.
"It is not Mrs. Roosevelt's po- But the War Office'S Army es-
licy to frequent places that e timates for next yea sad land
dude persons because of race or forces have not been outmoded
religion" Mist'Corr said. by the advent of hydrogen and
Mrs. Roosevelt was not immed-to weapon.
lately available for comment. ,I jld, however, that "to meet
Miss Corr said Mrs. Roosevelt th* demaadi ofthe futuree the
spoke at a brotherhood meeting Army must be both vesatile and
in Lancaster earlier in the eve- flexble.
ning and then was invited to at- 'By adopting its own guldI
tend the reception at the club by weapons, the -Army will cut Its
Tell Nussbaum, one of the organize. dependence- on the Air Forec
era ot the meeting, and possibly bring an atomic
No restrictions were placed by punch right oto the bttlefield.
the club on attendance at the "We shall ha* to make pro-
reception, Miss Corr said, but vision for 9 fte.tO-surface
Mrs. Roosevelt decided not' to at- guided weasp0W wlt b will en-
tend because she felt the lack of able the Colmn derM the field
restrictions on that. one occasion to uae't'edila hen and
meant only that "those attending where e rel d," the
wer being allowed a special of F.awt4. at
Pri _____ :at
BALBOA TIDES e 1 sle of .the = 1leffeanW
budget Since the w*@I, TIe Ai
PRl~AY, FHI. 25th., 1955 I orce will.get the most.
High LOW Army spending will be $1.355.
:530 a.m. 11:44 e.m. 200,380-a drop of nearly 14 per
5:50 p.m. cent from last year.

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Written for NEA Service
Thousands of taxpayers are en-
titled to claim persons as depen-
dents on their 1954 tax returns who
wouldn't qualify as dependents in
previous years.
This is true because the new
tax law has made some important '
changes in the tests for determin-
ing your dependents.
For example, formerly you lost
an exemption if your dependent
child earned over $600 a year.
Now, If your child is uder 191
or is a student, you can still claim,
him as an exemption regardless 1
of what he earns provided you!
furnish over half of his support.
A foster child living with and
supported by you can be your de-
pendent even though not related
by blood or marriage.
And, when two or more persons
join together to furnish the sup-
port of another individual, one of
the group can be designated to
take the exemption under certain
conditions, the details of which are
spelled out later in this article.
But the new law still retains
basically the same tests for de-
termining exemptions as was in
the old law. This means that the
business of figuring your -exemp
tions is still complcatea and will
give most taxpayers more trouble
than any other part of the return
It will pay you to dig into the
complicated exemption tests, since
each exemption gives you a $00
deduction from your taxable la-
The easiest way to fig out
your exemptions is to use th
ele along with the brief
tions that are in the office
stractlons mulled with your black
tax returns.
Let's take up first the e pti
for you and your wife.
The official instructions raMA it
clear that extra exempioe a
stl allowed when penyou se
a if you are blind. It *ilt
ngure the examptionstor
a-- yrw: if you r r
lkqrt-you were 6M or eer In
1 1I y aSth birthday was
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These statements should be r
tached to the the retuuo of the
person claiming the exemption.
2. Received less than 1100 goss
Explanation: This test does not
apply to your child, step-child or
adopted child who did soot reach
his 19th birthday on or before Jan.
1, 1955; or, even thougk-the child
was 19 or over ina'195 the test
does not apply if be was a student
in bach of five calendar months
during 1954.
This means that you no longer
lose an exemption for your hil
just because he ears over M00.
He must, of eoursi, file' a return,
b-_t he is entitled to an xemptlon
icr himself and this d not pre.
,vent your claiming hfml as a de-
pendent provided he mais the oth-
er tests. Remember gifts or
non-taxable Income ailved by
the child, such as dividends on GI
isudrayce, disablty jymeats, and
iasur.ac. proceeds are not alud-

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If your wife has Income of less
than S00, you should file a joint
Her income has to be included
with yours,,'but you get a $100 ex,
emption for her (more if she Is
65 or blind) so it's che r than
filing spearate returns.. %t
more, even though your wife had
no Income during UK, you cannot
claim in exemption fr her if
?co file a separate retud and she

and then gives some explanation
Remember, unless otherwise
dictated in the test, each of y
dependents must meet all the
1. Received more than one-I
of his or her support from you
your spouse if you file a Jc
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