The Panama American

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

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00669

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SWAWNItOTON, March 2 (UP)-President Eisenhowr said today that the Western UI
world has A latd over Russia in development of atomic and hydrogen weapons. 'I*'
Bta tM Presidert said one cou#d not know exactly how long the lead can be I.I tore uJ D lrned
Sustained.











At 1no point in a new ."onference.tdiscu spo- he said that in the past the West has
had a great lead ver Russia in devoent of nuear weapons. -










The president uiaerscored the evenly matched that perhaps it surprise attack with much nu- in theCtense Garch 2b(UP) r Wild racing flared toh N
Western world's lead is atomic will be .a stalemate resulting in clear weapons as she has al- in the tense Gazo border region facin Israel for the f 1
and hydrogen po t that S. corn-p.eace hrch i'ai.ready.' ond time since on Israeli army attack on the E yp ia
,e 7atin ent Sr i sy that ..Fha t, e o b -s.e otat p y nu military garrison in Gaza left 39 persons dead an 31P '
the United States d i tat .ron,, h. stage In this sto- cIl pon ilrc d bI0 jured.
S HtInG Ts uer2ori here aIety til be the -rita must therefore bae Wso or- nt



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Labor News

And

Comment

By VICTOR DIESEL


" 'I 1 YOU oRF ORUM r THE RARS OWN COLUMN Ageing Capone thugs and the
HIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN second generation goons are for-t
Slugthe combine of unions whi<
S P*T 1,| g &A| A ll f V theY~control and which they hav
S I r i | r| tied to multi-million dollar busi
S 1 m nesses from iew York to Chicag
*, to Las Vegas and back.
These mobs are uneasy. The
COCO SOLITO were among the first to read can
ir: fully the AFL-CIO merger state
i To I. M. Tenant. You are so right about Coco Solito, our big njent Issued in Miami Beach ear
U.S. alum here in the Zone. I'll differ with you on some points iei this mouth.
though. They were among the first t
The lady manager is right in wanting to clean around the realize the full significance of Sei
dOurs. If everyone were to pick up scraps of paper just one day tion G. Part Two, of this doci
a week, that they sit and wacth their children strew around, it ment.
would be better than passing the buck. I They know, as a few of us know
I suggest children should be told not to play in the garbage that this section means that for th
cais or use the lids for baseball short stops. Then we'd have first time In the history of Ameri
some. can labor the president of the led
*Thank God they spray each day, but they should have a ration and his high council o
giten time to do it, so cars can be removed. vice presidents will nave tne pow
.Never was a police force needed eor a fence needed to be er to drive the racketeers front
erctd as much as around Coco Solito. Inside labor.
@ Wi could hang our mops on the line if the 900 children had The,mobs know that the lawyers
-s playground with plenty of equipment to play with, a cheaply who are writing the constitution of
btlt shed for mamas to watch them from. Then the mops might the new organization (American
not be played with or pilfered. I Congress of Labot?) are under or
Then if each family were told not to give their children ders to give the president specific
er-yons to write on the sides of the houses with, and if each were power to revoke charters or to or
*v'en a paper telling them what week of the month to clean der international unions to revok
-T!hr part of the stairs and outsides of their dirty screen doors, the chatters of gangster-run un
tlv'd do it. ions-if these unions can't or
The lady failed to realize our young people today go by won't get rig of tne lrime bynmdi
printed instructions. not by words. Today's young mothers and cdte men.
fajhers don't do anything unless they are told to. They expect inis wil mean that the president
t Government of the U.S.A. to do it for them. They do read aa executive ommittee or execu
'though. o ive council of the .meegedftir
SIthe lady manager would put up more lines for our clothes CO will not have to wait for
toidry on when the rainy season starts, I'll say hooray for her. publicDrawel at sone of its conven
Another Tenant permission to oust tfl
_______raceetecis. unuer mne new consu
Lutional powers kGeorge Meany
Sfor example, will be auLe to move
Answer to Previous Puzzle) right min any nauoiial or inter
G Girls nd Boys national union to take on any re-
t .... .. I ? a patgional iabor robber baron.
Unaer the coming constitutional
ACXROB DOWN powers the uai nai presiuent neec
F emin ne I Victim o not respect tWe olu bugaboo of
a l lempresy5 o ~ll'l W "autonoiumy' side me auur coal.
appellation prosy tion. 'nere will be no autonomy
|Maculine 2 Speaker Asi as an alibi to cover corruption.
appellatIon OAseall jI Iz ho union *-chief will be aime to
bt Loom"ngrin's 40bs. ve [ C BLrusi ou on.e prebiueni. 0y oy a.in
z4&d n Saend payment tnao. the local union will clean Its
12 Se eagle 6 Ellipsoidal C wn itiiusbe.
I'Wset woman 7 Shouts Under tae new constitution, the
iAIae tubs Uncle Toms .nanonai olice wili assume me re-
FSrtacea friend 30 Type measure 40 Wife of sponsiodity tor tne first time
Street Tolls 31 Thu Abraham since the AFL was launched -to
Sickness 10 Cubic meters .34 The 41 Communion po ii c e all its ailiateu unions.
A (med) 11 Fall flower brothers plate Any time a union is used by
1 courage 22 All 35 Feminine 42 Set anew a ioo to snake a nyo ne uown,
OGreekletter 23 Hangman's name 45 "Able's Irish or to set up a pri va te busl-
Alhing knots 37 Dress -- ness tor a union otticial, the na-
IM -- 25 Alter 38 Insect 48 Pastry tional headquarters wmi nave to
aueg 4 26Helpers 39 Hulls 50 Weep move-and will have tne power to
Sy ... L uo so.
1 For example. recently in a Neva-
S1fi r P I c a gamoling nouse, a laoor caef
B was permitted by mnt mob to win
: tens or mtousanas ot aoulars on me
.: Idice tables. And some labor offl-
yS ': rj' 'I ** ; I .' r' 1 s nave been known to roll tme
bones 4t $1,9 to $1,50 a throw.
A on $12a &ri-I fi
I ure the
wu nave the moral duty anu pow.
er to investigate and act.
Tney are tou-ka 'l will take
courage to fight them. But some
o, tWe labor cmefs believe tat war
will be aeciared on the labor
Mnobs. Peppery Dave. Dubinsky,
t mound who fas taxen it on tne enin liter-
ally and figuratively for fighting
y te goons, wrote me utner oay inaI
Peh I. the "day of labor unity.. .is a day
Girl's name of dismay for racketeers. .
Pr G'Oyt's -- -"Back m 1940, in our (the Lad-
Smother les Garment Workers Union) fight
*flldd bearingR- for a clean labor movement, we
Toe ut *were the first to introduce at an
wl -- convention a resolution
Vtabl I 16a against racketeering," Dubinsky
w r o t e in his newspaper, "Jus-
tice."


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I "We had to be satisfied, at that
time, witl the adopuon ot a moal.-
fied version of our resolution by
that New Orleans (AFL) conven-
tion. Now the unity conference has
provided that the spirit and prince.
ple of our resolution (of 1940) be
emobodied in the constitution of
the new (AFLICIO) federation..."
For introducing that resolution
back in '40, little David Dubinsky
got himself slugged by- the Goliatn
extortionist, Joe Fay, most prom-
inent member now of Dannemora's
citizenry. Fay hit Dubinsky
and howled vile, bigoted names at
the garment workers' leader be-
cause Dave proposed the following,
which I now nominate as the word-
ing of the'constitutional anti-crime
section of the new labor federation.
Said the unsuccessful Dibinsky
resolution in 1940:
"... Be it resolved that the AFL,
thrnogh its executive council or


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any agency authorized by It, have
the summary power to order the stars are brightening the literary
removal by any national or inter- marquee: The N. Y. Times best-
national union affiliated with it, or seller hst inlules 4 tomes concern.
federal local chartered by it, of Ing show biz whizzers. .Mr. and
any officer or officers convicted Mrs. President are teevee fans.
of any offence involving moral The White House has a half-dozen
turpitude or conviction of using telesets. Jane Russell's dunk-
their official position In their u- Ing ;n the "Underwater" movie in-
nions for personal gains. ." spread Newsweek's description of
Then Dubinsky demanded that her sexclamation points: "Bunk-
all union constitutions be amended tn Treasure". "The Racers"
to contain "appropriate pro v i. movie's most exciting feature:
sons" for adequate--isciplinary When Kirk Douglas (who plays.
action and that the national AFL driver) goes around Biella arvi's
office have the power to move curves. S coo Eva Marie
against any union which refuses Saints real name Is Uva Marie
to fight the rackets. Faint. The ancient gag, "Money
The time has cose to pull this may talk--but all it ever says to
cut of the AFL files. Fifteen me Is good-bye," found ts final
>ears Is lonr enough for dust resting place on TV's "Meet Cor-
iathering. The showdown is here. liss Archer." (Careless Archer?)
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Cross" Peter Lorre has a sinful "Lunatics and ver" is
pet sea gull. (Doesn't everybody?) clcking, despite mixed notices
. Have you read the "Tweedle Translation: If it's sexy, It doesn't
Dee" lyrics? Don't. Three of hpve to be good. Flash! The
the top 5 best-selling discs were movie, 'GirO Murder," had its title
recorded by lemme vocal groups sWitched to 'Hangover" .-.There
. "The Wages -of Fear' mov- are no steady jobs. "Aunt Jenny,"
le's opening shot is a shocker: A the soapera. is quitting the net-
close-up j4 4 insects. It re- works after 18 years. /N'BC's
quires 160 people and almost 2 "Conversation" has an interesting
weeks of to ) to produce a single collection of brains. Mindy Catv
tv "Hit Parade" shindig.. .Debra R"n's platter of "The Fish" is a
P a g e In the "White Feather" b plate special. Daffy title, dan-
film, plays an Indian. maiden who dy song. J. Sterling said --The
tL-nsforms every male into Big only people who last in Hywotd
Chief Wolf. are those who can act." Is that
--o? Peoplelike Daryly Zan ck
"The Country Girl" swelluloid A ph Z Dko, Seh a
has a good line: "An emptv thea-
tre is like the night without a CBS's "The Search" Upped meth.
star" .,A tv reprise of "A Bell ods for postponing ol ageM "
for Adano" rang true, especially iourse, the primary t wuble with
Edmund O'Brien's verfomrance. -. owing old-is that ittakes such
The news-photo of Ava wearing a brief time Cole Porter's re-
specs debunks the contention that markable confesson: "I've done
gdls who wear blinkers never at- lets of work at dinner sitting be-
.ract wnkers A news mag's tween two bores. I can feign lstem
debatable simile: "As sincere a beautifully and work. Inered.
a punnc on the hose" Teevee !Hy, boredom makes Cole eons.
dramatists continue boobardg Pos ,songs that entertaila the
Reds hut nctal the sha ot- Balad of Davy Crolok is
ers sharp. Youth a melodic rouser that ud t.
to _ttwi l an enligswening wV pon #d I wilU ttract...
erofire.. The youngsters are Ma. t r id Y e Imi
rally brighter than grownups lbry hftm =uiac of 'Doe minm.
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SWAS GTON A ec r Th recod w that It was
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*. .,,n.erw ^S^^^i-- r ^ as hog feed, wit good movement. the wheat. .n .practcewouil- r
to -Brownell etle la In Nous- Thornton, r, la to aga
ton sad act riculture f
e .rimin ch uecle m v s W men conveniently left open,- per .
e Ind.ic for e s K s frost moisture to p entrot theo ov eleat
'IB Jamaged Caadian wh eat, graded thereby Increasng the weigt Rh
as hog feed, with good government- the wheat, 'his.practIce wo
So owned American wheat, and then ure to the benea o the elevatqr
c selling It as edible wheat as overages."
s / ^ They also had collected wheat
n- subl dies from the- U.e. gov ern- "Tornton admitted," reported
m ad' wer- met a S s were o is dn-,the Senate committee "that .
el frauding Uncle Sam of ntOOO000. elevator, during a tv ear.period,
ie Despi e this,Attorney oteralreaped a profit of over a
r Irownell ordered the indSivtsta dollars on oveagms."
against the five men dropp WbA
There was-clea guilt oner, his campaign Elevator wiha d oM-mu b herl
Howeverr, was show by act. city of Galveston.e It S. maagent
that lthe.pompany for whiho had diby the v e -ther teofmony convi er
' of theoen work the Ah1iO4.1 subcommitteend," repd ho e .'
Bunge Tokrporation, pleaded guilty,
SIrThand was fed 5,000.n uch a hurry athorton made no apology for
A corporation, of course, cannot cheating the government. un the
go to he courl. t toviduals can. And other plandk e complained that elgov.
San ind vidual n nvol ved was etrnment Inspection was too strict
,e L .... +-_. H. Thornton, Sr., son of the O
l ege roommate rof Gov. Allan "Tornton testified," continued
I Shivers who is now Shivers' high- the senate coirs wen t on ti ele
way commission er, his cam al g re vatr A'had too uc thfederal
mantgei, and one of those closest spectio nhadticlose taat lae f ad
t abtouthivers In the entire tate of pleaded with the U. S. Department
I Texas. of Agriculre ovra' period b.





C. K. Richards, the special pros- imeolesssup isio a

MADRID, Spa They are .T~ey crowd tcute bar and give said shortly, Cleopatra. A d leor sent by AIndttorney Generale sento B elv*and m tore nlsa
calling e aseana a pares an serch nthe dame smed hap misse d Shivers refused to t ell aor '
and with some justification be- peng up more and more to out- so few peope guess it without y cutossed who had indicted the five "Other testimony convinced th
auseen for Brownell on June 10, 1954. subcommittee, reported the en.
to e more meranos, an I big dough to be made in the con-dere and ordered a new Coke. House reason he was ref such a hurry ato, t ere ha en we-
asater.nd got the court to sit on Satur- ful lack of inspection at elEvanto
tel-t'sday was because trial was to start B."a Gran Hotel in and his adi s they emerge Corporatn oecte a s
I Richards carefully carried out
Erownell's orders but seemed un* The senators w ut on to ean *






of types s a ever saw. Only oc- ppyare diplomats and generals, ad- detWe4es in an astrakhan coat, puff- ..
cason9tallySta te ha n tin g. more to ay Lmrporation ad shipped fr r
left theA. court. Canada, payln 3cennt a lss.j*






spoken. YouMADRID, Spain They are II. counThey crow' and real oned, movie said shor e than a bevy of od.raidd oWe a pattern set e on s e mon th t as e -
calling the Hotel Castellana Hil-resses ktail parties and search movnd- the dame smiatled happily. Enlisted airbssed. Shiver s i ed to teni e uthe Argente Corlveston








trench and Danish, and German, t actressfo, and non-actres, es a fhumen Mn leather jackets and dun. tr spee prosecutor for Ateornl luprofted threeowayp; onwer duty
ton hery h e forty-ninth state" lessly for "contacts," for stea Spain is You'e right," she d. "But newsmen at the time what ie had fend, H.hornton, ., would
and with some justification, be- opening up wore and more to out- so few people guess It without my dscussed with the President. ase i wit h good quality ,commod-
cause only in America does there nat side trade, and there is, of course, giving them little e Mats." I shud- Justice Department and White Mi dit whea t owned by the U. *
seem to be more Americanos, and big dough to be made in the con- dered and ordered a new Coke. House officials refused tocommet taxpayers, This olxedwbeat wUi,
the tourist season won't start until structiow of the military bases up o ortmet ofomehow it does not seem odd on the nature of details of their then sold as flour fit f a an-
Easter. here. o see four Chinese sisters, all in conversation. hconsumption, as fter which theor
The lobby of the big new ho- ught he Caste na Hilton has sul- native garb, talking to a bullfighterry 14, th last nge Corporation a whie th
contel-it'sonly 18 months old-is dehly become a Grand Hotel in and his cuadrilla as they emerge t day before (he minal case corporation, w.cole not o
packed with as odd an assortment the bodt V. Baum fashion. There frwas om a dressing ceremony. Orson to S CITn Monday, JanuarN sidy from the U.S. e t









promoters, thefve percenters, who anexotic-looking dame in the bardt" I like the gag part about the ho. The Houston motion to dismiss ..
of types as 1, ever saw. Only' oc- are diplomats and generals, ad- Welles in an astrakhan coat, puff- dhrttheppenednitiolaeswonat agreeit
casionally do you fiver Spanish mirals and bill jumpers phony g a cigar, rates no attention, no What happened in Galeston formal re st. oc g ets on tl
spoken. You hear ch nglsh En- courts^ and real one, movie -but m ore than a bevy of gold-braided owed' a pattern set only one month
lIsh, and American English, ane tresses trying to look like movie brass rates attention. Enlisted air- before in Kansas City when anoth- Thus the Argentine corporation
!"rench, and Danish, and German, actresser, and_. "on-actre4ses also men in leather jackets and dun- er special prosecutor for Attorney rofited three ways: on lower duty
and Jhaveanese,rgeand Chince the butoldtting to look like actresses. t myrees sit nextagto glittery ladies in General Brownell, arl A, Jinkin.-y getting a share of U.S. govern.
very t-lettSping sh.Youf World War mor oning malaisthe steadies hae nd he re but just us Spaniards son, went pth& federal strte and mi nt s a at +





e t- 'S.-.-..dthd e-s a-le-'4m anfet en r he had been entertoained fre- n w it 4
do '-e stet t r soqu nly at dinner there. He ha criminal casel uIr 9l -
A sdoInow is Ikat 1 fanfce tln Roume; niorny p Esdtonear. b endof
some mass people and some thought she s Bette D an agony of effort remember on Friday. January 1 the last before gog to trial while th
construction people and a flock of tried to hold a press conference to what the familiar fa e i caed; court day before the criminal case corporation, which co not o to
Movie akers. Then there oate a the prove it. The next day there was w as to strt Monday, Jaiuary jail, pleaded guilty.
promoters, the five percenters, who a -exotic-looking dam e in the bar I like the cag part about the ho t The ouston motion to dismissed
sit around and sell five percent ofwas and she asked me to guesfort who tel being "the forty-ninth state," was made orti Saturday before trial MA. re shocking details on th
nothing to each other. she was. but more aptly kt resembles th.e was to start the next week. amazing story w ill fpllow soon.
I have seen faces around here I was trying to make up my United Nations. And to think that a The Kansas City motion *s also
that haven't emerged since the old up ind as to what would hurt my few year-s ago there was nobody made shortly after Roy Robert -
contract-letting days of World War morning malaise the le A que.t aThe lyrics sound here but just us Spaniards. had called at the White Houseand.
after he had been entertained fre-
quently at diner there.as a chorine. (Shirley reporter isHe had alalways concerned with were written.The woma howed her eh-
rk so brought his attorney, Elton Mar.-OS
ere ). hall, to Washington fr a series of r a beautiful set o ook
conferences on' December 12. Rob,
Sof yester "It is better tt have the rts was one of the first to urge
W a lte r .. Then why re there o y you ore y oe outhatIke run or president and one ss but she d
of his unofficial advisers take a thor.remarkng






Tneretve aeen no complaints --- sh look at what handn
BROADWAY SHOWBOAT utThe settings and costumes of on "Pantomime Quiz" had a 11 As n the Galveston case, the i
S.."Hose of Flowers" are among the answers to malena hgads b rem Justice Department proceeded
The best of them are not always the raves of the wallociney musi- Sadism, andl one? In "The criminally against the Kansas City
at their best. Paul Vincent Car- cail. Add intriguing titles: "Sec. Big Combo' flicker, themobatel Star as a corporation and against
ioll's "The Wayward Saint" was a ond Greatest Sex," a forthcoming tortures the cop by forcing him-o Its advertising manager, Emil A.






pe romance. Te one wit rcva have similaritiee. "Bus tin op"tags: The us Student Prince album Is No taer r wantiyouto ma rril
disappointment.Twoof prevmt receive na' swallow a gallon ot hair tonic Sees. It had been known that Stan.
ious efforts won Critics' Circle okay-nokay estimate from Varie. "Adventure" focuses the ty cam: 1ey Barnes, assistant attorney gen-
awards. "Tedhouse's" weekly ty 's outatown appraiser: "There, era on that, ever-loving Moth. eral in charge of the antitrust di. I
cream: $8,000 net Talk about is much to be said in favor of 'Bus er Nature. Its fascinating stuff vision, which brought the Kansas
a rocket to the stars. Shirley Jones Stop' but also there are a few LEsides you may learn something City suit, had been pressured for




gained a starring role in the up- J Bridges at to be said against t." 1 In that categoretty Dreams' h some months to drop the entire
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'ile sixth, Benjamin J. D a v i0s (VOA)O ED T
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sentence is awaiting him, men as he arrives at his New Crime (BBC)
He was re-arrested and deliver. York home. Potash, one of the 9:00-You Asked For It (re-
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Federal prison at Terre Haute, evicted In 1949, has b e en fore 7:30)
Ind. granted permission to leave 10:30-Music By Roth
Davis drew the sentence as a the U.S. to live in Communist 11:00-Symphony Hall
result of. hi behavior as a wit- Poland. 12:00-Sign Off
ness when he appeared at the
trial of second-string Pittsburgh Departures for Iron C u r t a in ----- n
Red leaders. countries are not so easily nego-
Eugene Dennis, 50, former gen- tiated, it was pointed out, and Tomorrow, Thursday, March 3
eral secretary of the party, and Stachel's situation remains uncer-
John Gates, 41, former editor of tain. A.M.
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er national labor secretary of the man. 9:00- News
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Carl Winter, 46, of Detroit, for- former New York State p a r t y
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man, has been In the-federal pea October 1958, at the earliest and 11:05--Off The Record (contd)
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Both Williamson, a native o f mer Ohio party chairman, in 12:00-News
Scotland, and Stachel, a Russian, Leavenworth until August, 1957. P.M.
reunder deportationorders. The lth Red leader, IrvI ng 12:05-Lunchtlme Melodies
The' Justice Department reveal- Potash, 55, a Russian, formerly 12:30-sweet And Hot
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WA4IMIOTON, March 2 (UP) ell, Jr-, ruled that such contract 4:30-What'sYour Favorite (oe-
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ars as ited offers ua ir ad them to other parts of the coun- (VOA)
He saiL r ffers uneton try fr resale as used cars. They 7:30-Report From The USA
a ruinous c mpet ionmake $10 to $50 a car, he said. (VOA)
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rwho u said these da lens bout it," Crumpacker said. HOUSE PARTY (Sea-
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becaues, ,bear the expense I. f (BBC)
of serv.Ice depart- Crumpacker said the big car fore 7:30)
ment wofuch the motoring pub- makes are boosting production 9:00-You Asked For It n re-
lc ee. Itan anticipatio of the battle over quests -please phone be-
The House last year -pased a2the CIO auto workers' demand fore 7:30)
bill which would permit a man- for a guaranteed annual wage 10:30-Music From Hotel an
cturert, ,rom c, a ealer which may lead to strikes. -aman
f.om b te i on penalty "General Motors has a very l10:45-T ime For Verse
e sure Hi e .ancs. T definite policy of forcing t arr 11:'00--S ymhony Hal
madriatporsdby h eat e admin-out," crumpacker said. He said VOl2"-Sin_ t Off
tsratlt, sed in -be Senate. some new Gh cars showed udp Expl- atio of Sym
Bell Wiliams l l-is year on wholesale auctbe- ECBitiso oadatnbon-
Bill h.hre-hntroducedlsthe bill l eots alefre to earrivrd at the orFtn U n
fhts Gen. prerbedt strange phenomenon," he said, 1----- No. .rwegianainfe
tt W/ become law this time. "I've never een before" m-oya Norwegian nfor-
But. CrW acker wants to go The big manufacturer are UaTF.. n A er F rce
even further. He wants to make forcing prodci-on at aterrific -Vice O c.
It maSda "m that manufatur- rate'" he said. But Inventories V Of America.

..r, come widely prevallt in teEW FUR
twore introduced last year -- hw dels to'get rid of their
after At. Gen. Herbert Brown- stocks, he said. iALER Aria. (UP) -
ranAn aquatic ranch near here has




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"lied about certain physical facts"
at the saene_
Tw furniture movers taking
objects from Patterson's office
building at the time of the slay.
ing also testified they did not see
any automobile where Pa d g e tt
claimed hi was parked.
Defense tUiwreys have said they
expect to pQ sent- some.60 witness.
res to "prove" that Fuller was a
"good friend" of Patterson's and
was not in the vicinity when the
crime fighter met his death.
The StMae has charged former
Atty. Silas Garrett, now u n ud e r
treatment at a Galveston Tex.,
mental hospital, along with Full-
er and Ferrell, with Patterson's
murder.


BIRMINGHAM. Ala March 2
(UP)- The defense for accused
,layer Albet Fuller today attack-
ed the truthfulness of two key
prosecution witnesses and sought
to prove a third witness wasn't at
the scene where crusader Albert
Patterson was gunned down in
once-bawdy Phenix City.
Afteg two weeks taken up by
the state's presentation of its case
against Fuller, the defense began
what was expected to be a long
parade of witnesses in an effort
to prove the former chief deputy
sheriff at Phenix City had noth-
ing to do with the Patterson mur-
der last June 18.
C. A. Trammell, former sher-
l's- deputy at 'Columbus, Ca., a-
cross the Chattahoochee R I v er
from Pbenlx City, said he "would
not believe under oath" two for-
mer taxicab drivers who claimed
they saw Fuller near the murder
scene.
One of the cab drivers, James
K. Taylor, said he saw Fuller
fleeing from where Pat t e r s o n,
then Alabama attorney gen e r a k
nominee was slain in a Phenix Cl-
y aB y.
The other r, William Littl ton,
said he saw Fuller and Arch Fer-
rell, former Phenix City prosecut-
or, who is also accused of mur-
der in front of the building where
Patterson had his law office about
If minutes before the shooting.
Trammell said he went to
school with Littleton and had
known Taylor for "seven or eight
years." The general reputation n s
of both men were "bad," he tes-
tified.
Another defense witness, Pro-
bate Judge Shannan Burch, a for-
mer sheriff, told the court he did
rot see the car of construction
worker Cecil Padgett, the third
star state witness, a c r o s s the
street from the death alley as
Padget had testified.
Padgett, who claimed to have
seen Fuller talking with Patt e r-
son seconds before three s h o t s
were tired, had said his car was
parked diagonally across the
street from Patterson's office.
But Burch said he was Involved
in a near accident at that spot
and probably would have struck
i'adgett's automobile if it h a d
been diagonally parked.
Padgett's testimony w a s the
high point of the state's case and
defense attorney Robert Gwin
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Mexican pers

Allege Texans

IIl-lreal Welbacks
MEXICO CITY, March' 2 (UP)
The newspapers Novedades and
Universal GrAfico charged today
illegal M e x c a immigrants
caught in the United States are
confined in "hellish concentra-
tion camps" where they may be
robbed of automobiles and other
property.
,Novedades quoted a group of
wetbackss" as saying they had
been "exploited to the bone" by
American farmers and then
handed over to immigration au-
thorities who sent t hem to a
cam near McAllen. Tex.
"These poor men went across
the border with the illusion of
making dollars, but instead re-
ceived only beatings, starvation
and deportation at the hands of
Texans in charge of the concen-
tration camps," the newspapers
said.
Universal GrAfico said two Il-
legal immigrants were robbed of
cars and "abundant clothing"
before being transferred from
the McAllen camp to the uort
from which they were shipped
back to Mexico.


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Mississippi Senator To Oppose

Harlan As Supreme Court Judge
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WASHINOTON, March 2 (UP) tions because there's north I n g
Sen. James 0. Eastland said yes- anyone else can do to integrate
terday he will oppose confirmsa- tie schools of the South," he said.
tion of John Marshall Harlan to "I am reporting to you what is
the Supreme Court because Har- going to happen, what is happen.
lan "will not aree to protect then in the South. The people there
sovereignty of his country." are not going to let their schools
The Mississippi senator, second become integrated." \
ranking Democrat on the Senate
Judiciary Committee which is con-
sidering the Harlan nomination,
denied his stand had any bearing
on the high court's decision out-
lawing public school segregation.
But he Issued a blunt warning
that the court's decision will not
be enforced in the South because
r "the people there are not going to
let their schools become In t -e
grated.'
He said they might rely on their
police powers to maintain segre- to he winners
gated schools. to Me winners of
Eastland was asked about the
Harlan nomination on the CBS tel-
evision program, "Face the Na-
tion." FIRST PRIZI
Although Harlan was subjected FIRST PRIZ
to critical questioning Friday,
Senate Republican Leader Wil.
Ham F. Knoland has predicted Mr. WOODROW McC
he faces no major' opposition. Zone, who on a "LE
At the committee hearing, Har- one, who ou a L
lan refused to answer specific 7.1 cubic feet with au
questions as to whether treaties
can override domestic law be-
cause he might someday have to Value. *.
rule on the issue. But the New
York federal district judge said
he was "not an internationalist,
a one-worlder or a unlonst-now." % IN
Sen. Price Daniel (D-Tey.), who SECOND PR
joined Eastland and others in
quizzing Harlan Friday, said af-
te'ward he was satisfied Harlan Mr. OSWALD CLEGHi
"doesn't subscribe to world gov-
ernment or to any organizat i on P., who won a "HOOV
that would surrender any sover.
eJgnty of the United States." Model 031.
Eastland registered a vigorous
dissent. He said Harlan "is an Value. .
eminent lawyer and w would
"trenghten the court... but I can-
not vote for Judge Harlan or any-!
one else who will not agree to
protect the sovereignty of his
country. Judge Harlan. would not
do that."
Asserting that "powerful groups I
in this country want to make the
United Nations Charter supreme VI,
to the U.S. Constitution," Eastland
said the Suprem#e CoUrt upheld an _
Iowa Supreme Court decision plac-
ing domestic law above the U.N.
charter only by a 4-to-4 vote. l
"One man, one vote, could over. YOU'l be "bInnyhusl
turn that decision," he said.
"'I think a man nominated for When You Put
the court should state that the When You Put
domestic law, the rights guaran-
teed to the states under our Con- Birthday List. .
stitution, are paramount and that
the United Natons should not sup-
nlant the laws of the states."
Asked If the school segregation
issue influenced his decision to
vote against Harlan, Eastland re-
plied, 'Not in the world."
"I do not favor segregation, but
it didn't enter Into my calcula-


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likeness of Supreme Allied
commander, Gen. Alfred M.
Qruenther, is being groomed by
Vera Bland. The wax figure
will be on display at Madame
Tussauds Muusu in London.


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ty-two ear ago,
in at Ohio Wesleyan
ere. The pin was rebunft M
by a laIdrman who hl.
In his store safe, hopig
would show up. Only
Jecking, laundry owner,
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.Song Leaves Fromans Heart

As Marriage Goes On Rocks


..MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Mar. 2-;not held her up for an hour,
(VP-'lhe song was gone f romi spite two fractured vertebrae
Jane Fruman's heart today. Her right arm broken and
The singing star announced the right leg almost severed, M i
breakup of her seven-year m a r- I"roman was struggling to k e
riage to the airline pilot w Ii o I afloat when Burn swam up to
Brought "magic" to her life aft-'and introduced himself as "y
er rescuing her in an airplane 'old first mate Burn." He k e
crash 12 yeAi~ ago. |her head above water until a i
Miss Froman tlsuwi a state- cue vessel picked them' up.
meat. through her press represen-I Miss Froman, then married
tative j'ist 12 years and five days singer Donald Ross, and. B u
after tall, handsome John Curtis were in the same Lisbon hosp
trn found her broken. bleeding! lo a time a.nd then did not
and in danger of drowing in Lis-. one another until 1946. Burn
bon's Tagus River. c.ded to look up the 'girl 1 i
"John and I have agreed to sep- cued" in New York. He f o u
rate for the present," was ill Miss Froman had gone. throat
t0fe statement said. I25 operations and spent mi
;ut a spokesman said the con- months in hospitals as a res
pl. had no immediate plans for of her injuries.
'"Aivorce. Two years later. Miss Fronr
"They parted due to personal divorced Ross, whom she I
problems they felt they could i Married in 1933, and marri
4tier. work out alone," .the Ilurn at Coral Gables, Fla.
okesklad slad. "This is magic,"r Miss Fr
d.iss Froman, who made a man said, "and there Is no ma
t ctaeular singing comeback de-. gic available for u- x c e p
spite Injuries that nave left her, the courage we. can't belles
'.semi-,Bvalid ren tcdry, was; does exist in our hearts.
tathe Saxonv Hotel, here, recov-; "We feel so much alike abi
'ing from an attack of bursitis., so .many things that I'm sit
was in Acapulco Mexico., ue're going to be perfectly ha
a month's vacation from his r.."
as a Pdn American World Burn continued to work as
Mays pil.t p/ ilot and Miss Froman bit 1
blue-eyed singer at f I r at comeback trail In her tare
sedL to discu's the separation First she war. carried onto sti
It agreed to see reporters later., e to sing. Then she used
l16t word she was not to be wheelchair, and later crutch
Sturbed in her ocean-front suite Finally., she was able to w al
o eas she was "very tired and ,i'th the aid of a leg brace.
ed8a rest."
iThe break up came after a fal- Now she it the star of "T
-tae romance during which Jane F'i-mar S;-ow." Her sp:)ke
All was almost killed in a sec- man sa:d Miss Froman would r
*d 'crash and Miss Fromar was' ,ppeer on th( CBS-TV show tl
Evolved in '- dramatic damage Ihursday evening but would
&it against the airline. turn to work next week.
$A Tragedy nearly ended her mi
s."*iss Froman's cou r a g e ou sariage to Burr, on April 11, 1951
fight to overcome her injuries, when he was forced to ditch
during which she returned un rssenger plane five miles o
(P1'tches to entertain American San Juan, Puerto Rico. Fifty.tw
troops overseas, anr ihei romance of the 69 persons aboard w e
Stilth Burr' aeiptured the hearts of killed.
*Iders e erywherc. a Before Miss Froman learn
i Her story, was portrayed in a Burn had been rescued and w
upular 1952 motion p i c t ur e, tasking for her, she sobbed, "
WMtl, A Song in My Heart," in, just couldn't happen to us." Sh
which Miss Fr'oman sang t h e was overjoyed at his rescue ai
'whlUe Susan Hayward por.- pushed to San Juan to be w it
'het on the screen. him.
was first mate of the Pan,
l #n World Airtways Clipper CHECKMATE
it e ed in the Tagus on Feb. LINCOLN Neb. (UP) A
Twenty forw persons rimate of the men's reformatl ,
Killed In' the crash., ere wrapped himself in a sheet
remaa, who had been blend with the snow. sneaked o
w *th a USO troupe to of his quarters and climbed -
a *- time entertainment fence to escape. He thlen thmn'b
fcrp almost certainly a tide. The motorist was a stall
S w d it Burhad safety patrolman.


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M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (18,000 Tons) .....June 2
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M.V. "SAMANCO" ............................. March 7
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S.S. "LOVLAND" .......................March 10
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AUMOA IoW SHOW oIB
0o 1 P 4 WAMA S FIRST LADT
"M BJardo Arias. Pnama's First Lady will be honored
at te f*loWJ show to be given at the Balboa YM.C.A.,-UJ.O.
on-Monday at Iap...
Mro at Mo _in ha s inducted both morning and evening
ae aioP r st eight wes and given many demonstra-
tieo" of the art ofartangemient.
'It is expeed that there will be keen competition among
student for awards inaeaqh of the classes cut flowers, fruits
and vegetables, dried and exotie.
The flower show under the di- Emerys Visiting
rertlpo of-Mrs, Amlouse Morris, as- The Republic
sited by coniitfees from the Mr. Basil Emery, vice president
y morning and evening groups will fI Cheseborough M anufactu r i n g
be open t%-the ubli,. ICc,., arrived today on the S.S. An-
In re years Ras Morgan's con for a short visit to the Repu.
flower altfejnent classes lave bUc. He is accompanied by his
grown Ijpolarity' with hoite- wife, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard
sea ab\ u rs nr-both ranA- L Beeson. They will be staying at
ma and hnal Zone. Mr.A- the Hotel El Panam. ,
lias presefl4~ adatsv th joint I .
efforts of thi s oup t-abedy Poolide P rtyfor
and taste to .home". Vred. W.ros
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Espiau-Rood Wnn" enn enter'.amnat.A.neit Mt AnGt E DayS t .. \

o h eo honor mann' MrL
Rood, i ter, Mrs, Ethe Ma. MaIo. M, C '
food o l lr N ,were Maduro's have een visiting I
married. rtok ch y Rev. Panama for the past few weeks tI! bridge players are invited. I
F Father We, last w l" -- and are now the Iouse guests .fgamesstart' t seven o'clock.
Given in marriage lb'e* ,ath Mr. Madoro's mother. Mrs. Es l t ij
er the bride -ord a ballerina M.aduro at her apartment in El alboa Woman's Club
length gown of white lace with a Cangrejo. Card And Biago Party Ji-r
net anl satin underskirt. The long at The Win zMemorial
sleeved dress wis accented by a Daughter born Guests were greeted by t he
high neck .of lace and net. Her To Former Gatun Resident president Mrs. P at Ryan and re-
headdresaswas a tiny met and lace Lt. (jg) and Mrs. Stephen Vick- ,cetionist. Ruth Bourgeois.
crown with:a finger tip.length cry announce the birth of their the haH and table were beau.
*ell of illualo netting. Under he first ehild, a daughter, at the Na-. lully decorated by Mrs. Marge
white illusion was a layer of blue val Hospital. Charleston. S. C. on Coffey and Vada Pence with
tulle. She carried a bouquet of February 28th. Mrs. Vickery Isfloral arrangements. The fabl e F i
white Easter lilies and baby. the former Martha Graham of held a lovely centerpiece of cro- FLr r
breath. Gatun,. Canal Zone.
The.- dther of the bride wore a -
smoke;1lua dress with red ac- Judge Crowe- P
cesories. Paula Mitchell Gives Lanchee c r Lnke d
Brawu .the flower girl wore a Mr.' and Mrs. Joshua Adams .
apink 1* des8 witl a blue -patin and Dr. and Mrs. Parnell Roll- U
Sders luga of Louisville, Ky. were guests Air Pollu en
Ferwqbj M. Esplau,. borther of o judge Gu.hri Crowe at a "* Darght light every Tue
the blids w Yct Latman and A- lunchtdon Tuesday at the Hotel El EW YORK, March 2 (UP) -vis Gu ul Ead
1 ce HA -as tsald. bfhonor. Panama Sir Hughb E. 8. Beaver. British Choice aWDelao orTa
Sheo w t- p aFk nylon tulle dress.I -- ndustria l d today ther ,
w* a -& Down Pespedida For as much evidence linking luft

son wore yellow and Miss Grif-Pave a cocktail party and bare- ette smoking.- l
fiths, a bUa.. cte at their home in Anconr last n eath SA.,iN
Mrs. e as niht or or ofDr. and Mrs. eaver said e recommended
irs. iola GriffltlAb cut 'he bride's ing for a fo. r month vacation In rid large cities of erous r a
three-tierod.-CtU. Mrs. Pau lIne 0Australia, Ifriday. pollution. He aid the British
Braun poured ad"f for the gests. government Is now studying
Ushers were XugeIIe Cash mr ore loerist Party glalation on national control of s
and Lenaedo POrcein. ar The Headricks the menace.
The e-tin was held ,a the A series of parties have been _th mence.___-
F*rn "o.Gu" gven during the past weeks In Beaver, who headed a Brit
House l ft to honey honor of ML. AM MuL Maur committee to study the aIr pollu-
moon t Hendricks of Philadelphia, w kp a p m, said Britain al ms
S- at amog by as much as An exquii te bouq
Si i 10 to15 yera. An exq
Anitual Meeting of the Stockholders arrived In second to none!
SNew today address an
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Mis W ma Hidago left and her Woman where Reon to The milforl prtl onest coate i ee
-lo thn a "uses more mm a unoon molnlu"
SS t t hr bth o demuuned wthee? Shesathidmor e es thane co Ilion s mllarr e. a LA
waaa tr. Uni something is done,
Lo C. ilam Hdalgo now rar. Capt and Mr. K. M. nche Lt. and Mr. Domrd. And Jeus said unto her government organat o
th he Armd Forc in M. erer, Lt. Col. and Mrs. P. Pett, Cap and Mrs out compaon. Rather wa be t said, the cost i continue toedic care for a
S,, ---,W. D nborn, C t. ad Ms. and sin o more." gar imobje
Ca' (oa. u t w pw_ a TOGETH rer a p ad ptete students of This is one ao the sublimest sto- .t made reeommdeas.datio to
bat~r$"A r fm .er ia in d ?' 1i n Dunn dance studio enjo ed several hours o rie n n s& be r ean s c h c .ulated to save more rC ,aof P l
jj~aJbap ua seer pe so e, ar~as" the i r a...m mo~njO AMe--- Of not to hear it so t- nottohearItso sentimentatlyl ts z lo. 9ou sule,
6bc tu fpthe arrtSfae et t o h tahandmillo doperdennl of pml Ta1n g
s uta ronor were. er amlLe t hoet ee dance te amd atl iWe S1a s1 Bn Hote. that we miwuadeMtad It. by ootrdiating federal me Ica in l a
tenly oneSd p reset w o were o abt n apElane Etnere: Lt. Kadoc, rena Bentha.er il. l dt It was ot si mply out of ender- Uentled m both of the.au su rome biy a.
Bdremd as tou rnist. Mrs. DUnhce. Major and Mrs. A. Jones, Capt. and Mrs. heartedness that our Lord cmes penditures it iad should no long. operated and no
-ACuIgo M' rD W s. Qaptr. and Mrs. C. W. Crum. Capt. and Mrs. : W. between thl- woman ad the er be assumed b the government.
a t. Visit awa ll yera, Wro. and I.rs. E. Mellon. Major atnd Mr. N. Salp, Ca.pt. .ho Wousld l ict *a cruel rigor bu any YVA
Mi s Wilma Hildago lt 'by pand i rs. C. L. rgan, Capt. and Mrs. C. oUttn, LM. Cl H. te aw upon her. eliq to he medical report, one o te
pIan Albau8.ae, Maj. and Mrs. R. Wagner, Col. and Mrs.V. H. Du oar Lord wad s something more series te commission Is m nkG a o .
r., C Wtllair Hidalgo nowrarsc, Capt. and Mrs. K. M. Funchess, Lt. and Mrs. Dome, Capt. than a &ol ellptic rsyt wlth- n government rorganizat i b, t lon or r
Sth ome rfArmps n eorc- aernd Mr J.'Berpaer, Lt. Col. and Mrs. P. Petit, Capt. and Mrs. out compaesin. Rather it was be- khd on some points highly co n- d Medic re f
waln, l.W RoWeborogh. Maj and Mrs. M. H. HuShey, CaKt. and Mrs. our Lord was monlething more romversi l in re certain to met amen.
W. D: Snbrn, Cpt. and Mrs. Maeyers, Maj, W Mrs. Hrn, Maj. tnan a cold legalistic system with. objections in Congress.
AWC Plan Trp rpand' MrS Wagner, Capt. and Mrs. Vernei, Capt. and Mrs. J. out companion. Rather t w be- They Include prpols to re vidbi






















E~act site -A ~. Looke m s olumba Recors (ohmHavcmer$w To or e s o rm os
Ielebratedovr foui~r hunidred THEn PE HERE. JAZZ I *l *i **f medi*h wi l se forted t Con-
ro ah Bergner. cause he saw in her pssibilies t duores e m e ice r e andpension pa
n BtamericanW or m n. repentance and newness of life. Gass with' ntlsnonvelconnec ter a s an
lb, Clon Unit, wi sponsor a e ce ippr, Ruth Jenkins, Fran What became of her? Did s ahe d ltes and for depe ldnts Ims so i
Itrip c te noloWedn the tat aesg a o andsin no more"?We hoermilitery persaontnel. i odic review
rip r ti Wednhatrm for the party were ees Summerfie, Rose C s a a ore? iope ---l oiw n bt
Mah Arrangements ten- Mrs ie rchant and Peggy Lea Greene, Catherine Ca m- I But wht is r l Import- Rep. Ches' based the
native pending reservations by Par, assisted by hostesses An- lers, Geft-ide Smi.use Bonita ant, Jesus hoped It would be so Imember of the ommisrion,li. i- di ncreas e. orndee
umra d ets The cot ilabelle Leap. Elsie Ettinger, Kay Kadoch, rena Benthal, Emly and that is why He saved her. smented from both of the re.om- liutylow es.
iaber. a e t. d h h J C boton, usrn Kotw p lrc a do not condemn thee." He Isad. mendattos calling them "who l



























wele e Commander and Mr'r.p on mu c 4Sth No. Funeral kePicet will be held Connie Bt Flo
Least 50 p eo nd, Mrs L. D hiupfor tOtteol, lheHanck, Leona Badoky, Hemen For to condemn her would mean y unr ea ltic" He said he alto
the plans to be fulfilled. M r a thyHelen Wentworth, a n d Carrett. Marie Days, A u d r e gvy eeue w oposad
e will be at t h i RHendersOn Kincald, Patsy Ryan Maria Ad- ton. That Jesus would never to of Ihopital and medical faelJs
IAWC building on Melendez Ave Guests incded Mrs. D. P. Con-rms, Edna Pluiner,. PEas Par- Ilth Ybody. "In the face of impending clveu.
sue, Thursday, March 3 all dayra.Mrs. C. C. Wertz, Margaret er EBstefe Frne a ow- But He did nr t say "I don't deten needs."
to accept mony for reservations. Johaton, Carmen lelmann, Ag er. Mary Ruppel, Blance Sehil- take a serious view your o
-ts a~pt n r e "es Hearon, Marge Coffey, Kat h ling, Jessica Maurer, Helen .ar- duct," or anytnlke it. "Go. The commission's report was i..
Half Century Marked erine Danielr, Phil Euper, W. relI, Mar n Kestln ,Mrs. Thosa.n. SdI. _lNOKOe .- She still based on the findings eoa med- i Dr
3yv Alvin Fidanque /Wentzei, Vada Pence Connie Dee, MIr. Earnest Vn, Mr._ has .glorious possibilies. S h e cal services task force, .om"
Mr. and Mrs Alvin 1B`l) Fl- Stephens, Vilagin Boney, Helen A Maloney, Mrs. C. S. Nev ma be s of 16 leaders in"the medicalpro-
danque of Froadlawn H a r b o r, Fairot. Winifred Graham, 4aja tile, Mrs. K. G. Jones, Mrs. Da. So may anybody. Nobody Is be. Imsalon and headed by elate
e ec r s. rld Maraunb Mrs. Ann.Merson. yond God's hopes; not eben you cormickof Chicago
oil's N~th birthday with a Cock. George Herman, Mrs. V. E. Fos- Claire Odgen Salle Crane, Max- and 1. When God spares us It Is 'and Dr. Theouore .lumpp of Nev i de-.
Itaij.ar tendered to him at theSter, Mrs. William Hannigan, Mrs.:ISe Fitzgerald, Ruth BourgeolS i, caus, He hopes so,- beterr tigs York. The commission Itsef "s,
Ee ste home of his niecer. V. Russell, 'Mrs. James B. Louise Merchant, Jeanette Me-&from us. As He forgives He says headed b7 former President Her-
d. thw. Mr. and Mrs. Stan- Kneale, Mrs. George TarUlinger, Kibbon. Maude Meek, Fort Cobb, d"
rey 1'l~anie. Mrs. L. E. Stratford, Mrs. J. DA- Okla. Florence Waldman, Penn-
ly, Mrs. E. W. Brandt, Mrs. Me-asylvanis, Mabel Clegg, Ohio ands&.at He forgives because He Is In addition to wasting money
.Mai'es beHel|d ry C. Lowe. Mrs. Mary Worley hirs. J T. C. Hopkins Maryland squeamish. H eforgves us be-lthrough disjoined operation of -
"s of 01oOld Panama Mrs. Albert Saarinen, Mrs. Helen Dcothy Henderson, i1ra. p, :P. cause Hiehas hopes for us. He ie4ical and health programs the
Members of the Knights of Co- Thomas. Margiaret, Ayter, Flor- onaco. knows that we ke capable of the government also drains off pdysi.
Iumbes. with their families and The, table prizes were s h e I best. Ma' .we never ..rej.ct. much clas and dentists from private
friends, will assist' at an open earrings and 'pins made by -Mrs. d trust and lo. aetice, the commission said. mI ALL PA M".is'
/air-nma sstoLe relebraed-on ne'xt 1.... ..e lPatsy Ryan and Vada Pence. 0 9 54, it aid.more then 6. per.co-t
ai ms oin ga tther on next "inly Fither,1 1w1 ofW s eat me- l of -the active medical personnel in
Sunday.mo..rni at. t ruins of .itahiez 11 y hath roamed fagweme5 of the country. was employed by the TALKING.
the Cathedraleim ol Panama, the fl a bsins to aI who wlt hearty re government.
eact site where masses were ; ,o him. Have mercy upon -us its .a or recommendations,
celebrated over four hund r ekd Vto him .eve mercy u on us; Jsith il b ,sb ited to 'an-
years ago. Father Lawrence ,"ID .THEYII E/Ei,Ie s d t
Kahts of Columbus, will be the ourminx;latest
celebranL Bigadier General Nor-e I lo new shiptient of latest Lsoin alrgoodnens;,thuliChst I. Creation of a federal advisory'
trando A.Costeilo willuaddressCFoilubYokuneiarsoriI .Ae, .council of health to coordinate .. .
!he group at a breakfast gather-ofDa~* I -. federall health and medical policies
Lote molnferollwin thRecor dT m r and promote 'IystematiA cross-1
Pote Immediatelyass fowingetheAN."Jown orouanmor llue. .Services'kTo morrservicing" among the 66 admii. .,I
eatuiea wrouch biA w dJAZZtrauve units lvwng medical um.

Brifge Winners ,i.Iy z J nPses oCAJAZZ r or Mrs. Fawceffn o.s. .edc
Th" winners of the duplicate Rhe?"uma .ism aekb.Los 1-2. Development of a volunta ,
tamse- stercontributory system of media
bridge game played Monday eve- At.uDear. _wo.- At new low prices La Church n-
inijg at the Tivoli Guest House,La .o Chwch annd .en,.45tNe 2 unea e s will be el hospital urqaIc;..M ir ...yq
wort frst, Commander and Mrs. a". o n's 46 I 45th No. Funeral ser ices will be hold.
,A. 1 Tse_; second, Mrs. L. D i._8wa :, _a [... ..... tompnrrqV t : A.m. in S% A V-1,m.11pEIE ,
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MORBISON 4th of July Ave. & J StL
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Jumto Arosemena Ave. and 13 StL
LOURDES PHADMACX
1i2 La Carramqullla


CASA ZALDO
Central Ave 14t
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
No. 3 Lottery Plaza
FARMACIA LOMBARDO
Fourth of Juiy Ave.


THE PANAMA AMERICAN
ki Street No. 57


FOR SALE
Household


S- R FOR SALE -Westnghouse r,-
frigerotor 8 cu. ft, mahogany
and Rattan furniture. Leaving
We Have Everything country. Must sell Apt. 3-B
To Keep Your Lawn Ae. Peru No. 9, 7-9 .
and Garden Beautiful
During the Dry Season. FOR SALE: Stork line crib,
Simmons mattresses, like new,
Tools $35.00. Rocker $5.00. Phone
Hos 2-3697. Balboa.
SInecticides FOR SALE:-Radio victrola cob-
net model, twin chests of draw-
SpraycrS ers, sofa, Rattan coffee table,
Wheelbarrows rugs, drapes, trunck, etc. Alber-
to Navarro No. 6, El Cengrelo.




O. F NOVEY INC. Spra50 Lonel transformer
7 Fert i zers dFOR SALE- Philippine Rattan
q Fertilizers sofa, two chairs, one Quartermas-
e Sprinkars ter single metal bed with met-
*FuBgtcldes tress. Phone Balboa 2444.
FOR SALE--Wringer 60-cycle
Glen. F. NOVEY, INC. Moytog $50; Lionel transformer
60-cycle, new $9. 2157-A Curun-
i79. Central Ave. Tel, 3.0140 du. Phone 5177.


"Insure In
Sure Insurance"
contact -
AGENCIAS JIM RIDGB
fione Panama 2-0555 1_


FOR SALE:-Frigidaire refrigera-
tor $30. Call Amador 4297.
FOR SALE---Q.M. buffet, china
cupboard, wooden couch frame
and pillows, porch scheens, louv-
res, electric oven, hot plate.
clocks, record player, records and
cabinet, lamps, desk. heavy glid-
er swing. miscellaneous articles.
Leslie R. Evans, 0809 Plank St.,
Balboa.
POR SALE:-2 metal beds, in-
nerspring mattresses, bed frame,
metal dresser, trailer brake, help-
er springs, metal stroller. Albrook
86-5140. Qtrs. 219-B.


6 Central A .
FABMACIA LUX FARM
Parque Letae Is.ret
UWXN SERVICE M i
160 Cfitral Ave. a
NOYAED 6 AT=I ,
Via XMspia No. 34


FOR SALE
Automobiles


1947 Buick, $300.00. Posttog
Paroiso 103, Apt. H, Tel. 4-639.


FORD 1949 4-door. Duty paid,
450.00. Terrps available. Call
Guy, Panama 2-5298.
FOR SALE:-1952 Pontiac For-
dgr, radio. very good condition.
Phone Balboa 1317. Carr Street
No. 2233
FOR SALE:-1951 H.IIman Con-
vertible, excellent condition. Eco-
nomical. 88-900 Coca Solito
5 1i-C.
FOR SALE:-l951 Ford Victoria.
Perfect condition. Leaving Isth-
mus. Phone 2-0909.


FOR SALE: 1952 Chevrolet
Station Wabon in perfect condi-
tion. May be seen at Panama
Agencies. "L" Street No. ?, Pan-
oroa.


FOR SALE
Real Estate


FOR SALE:-3800 meters beau-
tiful Coronado Beach property.
P 0. Boai 306 Pedro Miguel, C.Z.
Telephone 4-498.


LOST & FOUND
LOST:- Hurricane, B I u e t I c k
Walker. black, brown and white
dog. Environments o.f Fort Clay-
ton Notify Gerald WIfHoms. San-
to Cruz Hunt Club, Gamboa. C Z.


4th of J-uly Avenue No. 14-38
Dei1:.1 :G0 m and o :d1 5:3 0 FOR SALE:--Contemporary mod-
w e. |:IH* 1e:0to 1:00 ern green sofa and red chair, on- I .
>i woa.o5501 Ily three years old; Welch baby N tw B oo ks
buggy, one year old. Call Balboa
4177.
JUST ARRIVED FOR SALE:--GE. refrigerator, 7 "The Tumult and the Shout-
Cu. ft., in good condition. Call ing." the autobiogr ap hy ao
I, ,O Of 3-2099.N, Grantland Rice, one of the best-
a ly FOR SALE-Bmbs h known U.S. sports'writers, who
FOR SALE:-- t 'bodsha' died last yearat the age of 73
Several 9 ft. wide. some-6 ft. and
Famous British some smaller. Self together or is among the books placed in
singly. House 6404.B, Los Rios. circulation during the week by
the Canal Zone Library.
Wharfedale WANT From the time he graduated
S WA 4Tfrom Vanderbilt in 1901 to thi
time of hi death, Orantlad
Speaker Systems iscellans petalive srt 1 toece m
TED;-Ladjes his death, he g0mpletef the final
Sth No. 3 'tag of the eat barge chapter of this book. which Is a
S-ofred 'o the Big Sale at Via- glowing chutik of Americanka U
SBeU aVlt nEva. he lived it.
i tr Tel 3-1 WANT-D:-,Ptnnma.Venezuel. The complete list of new books
SStates'. Jisul of postolly uIed and their authors as announced
stamps,. Will buy or excha e, by the library thls week follows:
Mr. V. V. Rousseau, c/o Rosehill on-fiction: The port.
*; ri- AwardP Port of Spain, Trinidad, Spooks and other Nonsense
aX10 T Ac B.W I. Evans; God, Man and the Uni-
r d verse. Bivort de Ia Saudee; -Prof-
dn1qei* (onlrc Po t On f d Its with Progress, G aInes;
inih oPosition offered America's Resources of Special-
--- tIzed Talent, Commission on Hu-
"t a l dAM IWANTED: Driver for delivery man Resources and Advancec
EA o DIIvei Ict. truck. Must speak Spanish and Training; Strategy, Lddell: The
d English. and have good refer- Natural House. Wright: Creative
, A contract for the eonstruc- ences. ELGA, Ave. Peru 72 Expression wite Crayons, Boyl-
iogn of a torm dralinag system ston; The Fanily Nobody Want-
the U. rae townslte f eLos a a ed. Doss; My Name is Tom Con-
S its. will be awarded. th.s week rner AnfnAhe Pall nally, Connally; The Tumult and
g. rthe Panaik tall t.,ge. t ih Agwe elle l the Shouting, Rice; and The
Indon, Inc., wolle roa i w X to nre r l owJacksonlans, White.
tmalFlu0t- isruptn-ogf 8 n on h n hnrt h hmere Fiction: The Man Without
juit. r oo pr ojePlae Sf er "Qualities,. Musll: O'Higgins and
he work i coilt f t Don Bernardo, Nelson; The Con-
emtucln of p u lwr. Pelis u-t BDoaN nerstone Oldenbourg: and De-
ooncrete ditches ano oan r E. w a vices an Desires, Robertson.
drafnee structures de&ruep-W, PALM SPRINGS. Calif., March
r love the flood coidttona tLUP)-Pier Angell, Italian ac __ I -I
Sich occurred On alU ard rea w mo recently became tjme Arm iV ToA intnl
SH iway r Alur ther Lo- "1!! 1 e Pal er Vic Damone, "uf r
i to CBt.< .hesily rainsa. Md&a t pe lis whep shea -l-,.wn .-e
Sppe ulvert will be extend-as hurt while oan an airplane Ilm Nnum er
s er alard Highway figbt here last week, doctors nm nur
r &mnad ad der tcolg a r disclosed today. ..
S3 ti Railo'adi The actress Is. a expect a n t Ot Reserve Officers
L _=r 0" WOfeet_ to[to th h low mother but doctors saidmit would "
W the vicinity of 'the U.S. be a day or two before they de- The Department of the Army
antenna farm. From there. termine whether she will lose her has announced a program for
cr wte lined dits oh willbaby. Miss Angel was expected the appointment of -a limited
flood waters Into the to be 'hospitalized for at least a number of persons as commis-
Sst- d w m.onthe sloned officers In the UlS. Army
tr o InstallU the pipe un- Miss Angell fell when the plane Reserve for service in the Fl-
S 'Panama Railroad nain eLcountered rough flying condi- hance- Corps with concurrent
S wJthout disrupting traffic, tions on the short hop here from call to active duty.
r C t on Corporation w ilay Hollywood. At first her injuries Individuals inmaking appilca-
t portion of the culvert 01 were diagnosed as cuts and bruis tin for appointment must pos-
s r Vc .Ja,) 0oPeratfio or by ea but she was hospitalied as a eess a masterS degree in business
; _SlTgwo liTre tti'Stflc 0 pzecautiooary measure because admInistration, accounting, or
-|yU ....l b y w be m m of her I spending motherhood. economics from an accredited
a r "Ltr examnatluns disclosed college university.
athe other injuries," Damone said.' Applicatlonit wilt be accepted
"Pier iT cheerful but naturally from Individuals enrolled In a
orpk o. tlrd o thr ghe's worria a little." course leading to the award ol
tatr7:30r. ApoithnO-gentsill bearlitrle."
Lethh VKlc pas through The actress was placed Is trac- a masters 4egee In one of the
stut IAn rt the CO. ton devices to hasten heallg of above, men ld fields, provid-
Erdan Ve iiCI' e de the break. In addtin to her us- ed docunf evidence in the
uutil eed,1 to Pe bend. Min AngeU'a twin siste:, form Of.J-A sm inqd by the
iknerferece with present blarisa Paba, and her mother Dean of t Ihool Is attached
The other work re at her badeo to the i oq onul, stteting that
S1t8 eta. -1 4 were .e 21dayshe Indi lsa* enrolled and
ttee to proceed and will hat he w a uablv corn-
In thr m the RoinbOWilty High lete acaderrte
"" "__ .......Hig credit sor the degree referred
fUal Esser-p Sc,-hl Panfl i to not ltpr than June 15 of the
plHUa- se,--s. -o-- W,---Swl Syeary foll*iowi the date of ap.
TW n -A t Plays. P t Applicants must take
Speoker Two One-Act Uys .. ,aa or .,.
'--^ i_ f iThe Rainbow Oity High Scmool tl0 e duty. and Inclale a request
PTA fM etB will preasot two one-acsfplays at f three ears duty with his ap-
eokerthe Coil i lerd TheaWer tWight OiftU11111111
a t 7:0. Appolntm nt will be restrict-
I The school bhai directed, b7 o tboeq who have not attain.
-BSy iParof, Retlarid 'T.P tnst.t, wll 1.a0 = fBdnno aupointmentn
ofy a mug of be made above the grade o1
a series of ..-r.bea. ,-firt i.eutenast. -
.-^ .,.. ,- ,ifo~~~rt1 .ardine


I MISCELLANEOUSf


SDr. WENDEHAKE Medical Clinic,
209 Central Avennue, beside
Capitol Theatre. Phone 2,3479,.
Panama.


J~ES


Ph~sne Islbso


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WIL.IAM$' S
cott......roc


Meda glv r two years of
IUIDOB fr ses w th-'e iu anonta
glzation drUtog re arty a n d Ioopewt lodl far two a
D were presented with retirement constretin da y service I
certtlcaje. attesit~g to t a el r who Was brn -in t akum,
e&ars oi emvlce. P ne wa At I d,
Avn. Two of th=_e reiring. hav 30 Isthminn Canal i
m --- or more Ysr e of arvice. our 1910 as a',
have more than 2 years of serv. with the Ceo a
Ice and the other two ,have more gona. is fath,
thli -15yeft,- Ias employed at
Those retire, their pdslUons machinalt at tAea;
RTS and years service V 1: He reigned i v,
Mrs. Johanna E. Hargy, nurse, employed i in I* w th
TAGES one tII Atlantic medical lets,. 25 years, organization aB'si repair
tAGES, Lownre% nine months. the Mechanical r AIp wd
ra. Low rates.- Raymond A. DKbpersk, customsal a locomotive'arkieoan i
9_866. lospector, Cristobo!; iA years, one Boilding Division. e resign't
anto Clara Beach month and two days. 1919 but return to th
as, refriertion. Thomas J. LIboncU, lock oper- 1930 and sin.e that .tme.


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vi ,Jrt.. 2-msim Phoe Balboa 3050. ator machnist, eOdo l the-exception ot a few sn' r ma ,i p
....- locks; 26 years, eight ma3n9u 1 breaks, has been employed 0. Ii ter- ;av.
Miscellaneous Piiti Oceanside caottg ags.. days.
Santa Caor. 'Box 435, Balboa. Craig S. Neville, slpervlsoy
FOR SALE:-3 air-conditi6ner Phkne Panama 3-1877. Cristo- accountant, Office of the Comp-
&4 ton unt Sylvania, perfect bol 3-1673- troller; 32 years and .10 day.
condition. Good ir office of Mrs. Nina P.. Roblnson, he ,
------ .Cotiteog. Modern conveniences, nine months and ay. ,'
FOR SALE: Clearance sales modte otles. Phone Gombo Louis Rher, towboat ma-' A
prices; dresses. blouses. lingerie 6-44,.; tr Nvitl Din; 15year A s G ood A
and hundreds of articles at the R Na 1dasFe '
Big Sale at ViloETvo. Aad 16days.."
Big Sale at Vlonov. FOR ENT Raymod B. Ward,.lock operat- -- ,
FOR SALE -8-ft. double-ended or machinist leader, Gatun Lcoks- YORK March 2 (UP) Vf
dinghy; 1952 Morris Oxford, e 34years and eight days. aIt y m ella, who coud be re
good condition. 875 orn Kennth Zipperer, prncpal whoe N
Ave, Bolboo. FOR875 RENT:-Cholet one bed- review clerk. of the e e National M i
roft-, flvlng-dinlna room, kitch- or of Potst 1? yea n o oleatgue todaythat r tarted'eThe9a .7
FOR SALE: -- set Merr an, on General Jose de Son Mar- months.r.' 'f. s i
Mounts, Ford V8, 2 9/0 reels, 1 tnNo. 6 downstairM*rs.iinlatbsh m M o
gas can, I water con, 1 spout, 3 Hargy, former Marine Bureau from nkee ,.thu
life rings. 2 boat fenders,. 1 ir FOR RENT:-Attention GI-fur- employee who reored from Canal I don't feel a.bit of pain in win .a .ae.i ok..
9E golf shoes. I canvas golf. n nihed chalet suitable 2 couples. setietn S, waborn in Cull- the hand," declared the Brook- ey pItel Lou Kretlo* aS out-
with putter, wedge, 2. 5, 6, Wll rent separately. Tel 3-0443. man, Alabama frt arri- r catcher r ama s der C .Abrans. The al
irons and 2 & 3 woods Call Bal Panama. ed on ihe Isthmui in 1930 to work five long 1 ve ye .. aom 1i their. .Als
boa 2-1471, 712-C, El Prado. as a nu in Cton Hospital. Her a first, ce o t pf r no Cohley lsgne In d to
FORso IDUhan. d bebeite Jis.Bstoyesterday'sailL.
Bag an amplifer serviceuheHwalth ma u verdid." .... -rSi White ,the
FOR SALE: --Bo gan amplif laer ItRRENT wh M o I a rIt vedi. Bu m W t the
forr, 75 cycles; power trans of it In the Con ptl as As Nothing could be better nm"- Booton Red soi ala refuze4 to
former, 750 volts 125 M.A. 60 Apartmentsaf nrs. Atte me of hr to the Dodgers, for Camp"e- 8in con 0qntaaing'
cycles. Balboa. Phone 2-3233. retirements staff tfee a's collapse from "most val- clause that forbids khim t pla
modern furnished apartments, 1,%Ith the Aantc Mdcal Clinicsbhisgplar" of 19 homr.212 baSOetball Is rookte
FOR SALE 2 bedroom, hot cold water. Tel. Mrs.Harg, gpcts to leave t ma 41homerstu i S
S ,l Motorcyclesl pPanam 3-4941. the Istbmu-. May and together a average 19 hmer I
RRET-Mdernnamaap3a-494t1. with her hu band, will make her last year was one of the big- Oeorp Suece, Jr,
-FOR RENT: Modern aport- future home in te United States. est reasons fo the Dodgers' The emphasis .was on ba
FOR SALE: Ariel 500, very ment. spacious, very ventilated. Koperpki Is one of the two em- collapse. practice and fWtdlt d ill' for
good condition. Recent overhaul groound floor, furnished or un- loyes retiring in February who And the big factor in Roy's pitchers In open d r o
& point job 2-1291 after 4:00. ,fumihed, reduced rent. 43rd as construction day service and failure was his ailing left hand, at most camps ter. *'"
N -St. No 58 Bella Vista. holds the Roosevelt Medal. Born which was operated on for a
in Grand Rapids, Michigan, he bone chip in May and again in
Phv l p RENT:- Furnished first came to the Canal Zone inNovember to cure a "frozen feel-
ca, oant, moderate ren. o 191 with his family and took his ng" that had spread throughout
rros. Telephone 3-2568.t erk ith the -thehand.
Tests MFOR RENT:-To one or two cou- nda. Canal Commission in t he s ain and
ples, furnished apartment, mode- construction town of Empire. "All ate ern" ICmpane
i I J a lrate rqnt. Americon. neighbors, was employed astime inspector h n nvesre ee I
frocuent transportation service, with the Atcounting Department my hand didn't fee rigt. But
Academy Underwa Understndn landlord. Tel. 3- of the Canal organization in 191 all right now. I knew that
Candidates for admission to 0471 hen he resigned and le th heirst time I stepped n there *ua i fr le ~ 5
Sthe United States Military Aca- FOR RENT:-G.I.-inspected fur l W t Ce m While theDodgers were get- t mabe
Sdemy are currently undergone nished room, kitchen, refrlgera- pany in Chile. / tin this good news, the New als o aS ln c
mental and physical tests a Fort tr, dining room, telephone pry- After several years in C h i e, York Yankees were getting some a nd 11-
: Clayton, to determine their qua- ilege. 4th of July Ave. No. 1410, he went to Califoina-,and did not bad news about Billy Martin. In- Wb -
e locationss for admission with Apt. 3. Phone 2-5202. retrn to th Canal Zone until stad of rejoining the team by
S*Academyd ^in 9Ju5 19? FOR RENT:---Furnished qdn IaesInan t frit
Ide ntical examnatfans are be- furnished 2 and 4-tm moiler" o. W-: n. wcllahan gaged I i Colo.. on Mon ay, Mart in wont Xu exdW.toia a MI"t
ing held simultaneously at ap- apartments. Contact Ah ambr Com y which was engaged in Bt o onf e Army t "earlo' t ie
i proximately 25 other Army and Apartments, 10th Street, Phne bu g Madden Dam. Ca uly at the latest Cistobal
ir Force Installations in the 1386. Colon. nal organization in 1935 and as- tThe next regular hetloa f the
lUnited States and Overseas. The FOR RENT -npctd fur l ms, Officials at ort oman's Club w
local examinations are being FOR RENT:- -nec fur- signed to the Bureau of Cu s, Off s t rt C on
cncte bard off s hed -roomaptmentkltch- part of the Postal. Custom that Martin, Whom theYankees ld on Wednesday, Mar d
of which Co) Prank D. Miller, en, refrigerator, utilities, opposite and Immigration Division as a re counting, on as their short- at 2:0 p.m. at the Red. Cros
G-4, U.S. Army Caribbean,r Ancon P.O No. 17-18, 4th of customs guard in Cristobal. He stop of the future, did not have buawldin in Criatpbal. The .t
president. July Ave. Phone 2-51 33. has also acted as boarding officer enough accumulated leave time s aker will b Capt. R. H. 0-"
rm t the and at the time of his retirement to rejoin the Yankees by open- i, USN and his subject
Permissi to dtake the examp- FOR RENTu-Nice and comfort- was customs inspector in Cristo- Inl day. be"The.-Lif of- an En giner's
nation is l m lted to duly aP- oble apartment I bedroom, din- bal i Meanwhile the Cleveland in- wife n the-Navy," .




hal o Meanwhile, the Clevelad in-r We the
pointed candidates, who have ing roomR- porch and balcony. Mr and Mrs. Koperski wldidan, Washlntton lerators, ia .I a, '--. .L
been nominated from one of the Apply 48th Street No. 23., At. leave the Isthmus early in MareblBaltlmore Orioles and Mhlwa.u- ,u Pan-rel o_ r* f. 't
sources provided by law and to 2, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and plan to make their future Iree Braves anenouncid the slen- The Uman Fa re Circle a aof the
Swhom letters of. appointment nVa t iof- ortantmlavers B w ae bom a.Uf '.
have been Issued by the Depart- FOR RENT: Nice comfortable ham either in California or Flor eahi' rd sten t o-la v erw e niome oShe il Da. lume.t '
Sent of the Army, Washington,. -bedr ooment, furnished. naive of Newark New had ? reached ti s"aehl 8tIde, Sad-ma a'. -
" D.C. Maj. Gen. Lionel C. McGarr,, Living-diningb roor. porch, on kA native r, N "fiye ears f.aou tomorrow ls "tt.
- commanding general, USArR- Vo Porras No.120 next U as taoy rI t Doula Shelt w it -h
CARIB. emphasizes that the Roosevelt Theater Telephone Qur the U. itS. Navy as a master I a o, a-.f the Indians, who Douglas s hlA me bers of6 re 110 1
local exain3-5024. Inure at rearmachintobeforecampingtdlO. the Aor tmerican Le tin"attoe
ave authority to Issue appoint- Isthmus in I26. He first worked homers with 32 and runs-betted- -ttend.
menfa rosn FO RENTo- Furnished pr rt- In Colon ad later was m In with 126. loned for $ Red Cross
t appointment. me 2applicat bedrooms very coolle- th the Uted Fruit Comfiany after P-skin, .5 00 and beIn. ,las weele ty or.
ah to. t et ova or. Bella Visti o 47th tret for a short time before joining fferedr 000. Rdv ReaIpdo thm r tor
The total authorized strength No 2 ne 3-164. the Canal organization in I as Pm Dente. and k Aguirre elected by the various C
of the corps cadetsand .1 FOR RE N a NhinsNT-ite alb oe a t he natt rh s tme, d at n o fe i

sources of appointment andR ad- FO RoENT.--aometwilve roo-, rw amrch anstdothe Baotlbo a n S thIoslndt atihe Eddsave tBoe bt ial Divisions to make solcltatep
mission ared specified be y Olaw. dining Td room. tkitchae ld i ludina Amira i --19M Z e
Abet 750 new a deo re U dm i lo setsing g e m. a d atr locomotive. per-Leue hattin chanlon Rovjaistg Campan. m e


letes grage r b athnym.st ranamlc-r and' mt an Me sin IM T "u Of
ted each year. The largest quota, Located in BellT: Vrnista. Quiet' riac inst.. ata oc eD ieIt a an l y s n winning t t he d e t.. o er.
reptesenton ibout 5 e nree P hson P ulycanamaao. yur the Pedro M g ptel e- Earvy W e n2ct r


ettes onr I n p an ma2-0027ort locks, "which position r h e he.cl aid trit l.t h t a oov r a O
of' the total,'iselated to the 3-0763. the time of his retiremenbt.tintarer me.
various state senators and re-M r.ntndnMrhotuhseNbe4Eddieeostuafor eeessgderup isnteressred. #.m.




or --t-cera omill trita "Nle 0no(rm shed (, ,m MI 7iwivAtI n .* We-
Each senatoripal seat and each bdrfoom. epertinm.t. guilfketl s a yino Panama followed wing. hisr ) other R 1Porter- meeting will be huSd urmay
twoemm t and will Make. their field (1h0.mdr.o.tutfieler Jim terugon at-the,5aetpimellt1
c"retlasionl district may be o crmeiwe smetll uve ANo t lume at Grgona Bech 1sb fle- 6 o.. tie dern ,, Ct- r'hOu _- -


r s "M i r ..t- T e .45, 1 .."r 1112rue t o1 e..lin -ut fi el e r .,an b o w C it y .
prebyAenteMake, n mfouary ta- .2-4p .. ,Neville was born in Williams' o boSee n l2.9N uThat left
r dea it any one time and new. r oeed burg, KIentucky, and first ca.me. only first baseman Micky Reekab fc / -
I cadet- may be admitted only ax FOR RENT:- Modern onbid- tt e Ishun- onnib e ub -l e



"I-vacancies o r r.d teo/ paro. desirable apartment U. S A myo.nUnH Dwas ta -t i o n e .b M .
Friday ut eWiibest res
SApplicant seeking a congres- ment. in house os e Quarry a rom up ,
i a ould FcdeIa Ossa. For details see before he ...ed-the. d Mwlbon buwe.hd"Vo






aton alf tshould A oon n .... ,.L ry & shla ..p rg.". 5 J: ,Ba Y -a
*edisesly to their ans Ators orre- DeCastro. Ave. B No. 24. pzat.ias-acleT swintl c
coutnum 1)ePArtmA -V *Aw event. All Rebekak-










presentative, and McGarr dv FO RENT: 2-bedrono u old I32 iyearsof -. .- *I Stee ,i me..nt s .he ,'.i, s. .
es that this be done -ayear n sios rt Nodes13irbl apar tme- nBt i- tomlroe tonwaiv w r ... .
advance of the I ended dae of best residential district. Ca I...l 2- t. the reldeit i- .K .
I admitss, to West Point. 1661 during business hours, held posiion a From Wer i,.SIM
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vORWIH ap Maro h 2 -- cslam Mrs Gilbert mit t never Live director of the ACLU said Ie I r-M th (anal)on e ir Aa po arSar h "Iwatd to the b

to rid the city of obJetionabe said. r.-nationalcampaignthew" rt t t-are ithechs I
o hec books. I The truck on which the comic tion of reading matter Is censr fit. Training Course from the tawdry life nto which she sobbed
A tot4y -o i oysa d gir books were laded hauled them ship." For Girl Scout Leadermd.as ser. b-ad fallen. o de sh nta n oid







dulation. r.e 500u0 ro-Albro \ Tr \ b a rally trnPolice (. John Golden. "white powderM" Li
She added t neither she nfor Souoftato the dcity dump.. The ii hehe told lden she ave Fan Pole found 12 while tablets in
ar"good books" bought by the L ks were unloaded and left on L. William McKenzie, who course for leaders atr llied from t daysules of seconhy teoma Mrs. Stewarts horeptel room whch
dies Auxiiary. The co mc books dry ground. The gate was locked'a statewise crusade against com.rn- cu Li e H s island delirium to telloersshe eof klin
at otho vo th tthe neral" oy .. o t o am. a t also swallow ed drugs herself in tanook Iy believed might be how she
The American Civil Liberties h r bout 2c nembutal tablets herself. The b rune tte beauty kea the
Union ssue a statement de- Thu. rsday morning. Prospective Mrs. Stewart was found uncons- career down and trip teas t her
Sounin reported s o r leaders are alwa f. welo t i. co am us on the floor of her h o t e l hcago's onvu si onk North
thvery boo abls "an mitaterson t of destroy Gilbert had asked it to supervise "Th drive s not te age r thewould ive Canal Zher Clar street. She marri Fre
as he aw fit,". explained Mras. the burniMg several days ago, but he said. "Nobody ever got nd agher td r Fancy, die myself, she sob ed.








Mrs. G~berta past presidentb by Euskint Johnset takdarteram Iou with th-Icenttolwdhadnooyion my es dr
arles B. Gilbert leader of theoffiials said they still were wat- of anything by burning it. sprawled across her breast Mrs. Gunther said her da u j
anti-comics campa I for word to touch off theproemMusteattac oa The atres hatt hd to roaet picked p the drug habit in
bo th w be burned, bonfiretopechelon heD-(NEA)-publishing .. bus-e At Aroo bed at Psyopath Hospital un show business, starting by usin
u, they lonad t et baa tock of a t h e Screen: The giant E (tor en. Bro'vnie and intermediate gicorlushe calmed enough today talk arijuana andsobbed that she
the added .hat neither she nor promising to dropouts fro Prokheld" rally Police t. Johain Goand luen.o to Fancy's funera




st headquarr or buslnesiaon are on the way and the all-1 "We eed o head to a r nd court of awards at the base t She told ther Mrs. Loue a Meanwhile an Inuest in the
ay of werthe sw er ladies plthan out from lvng room ovetowently. The special purcy 10 psGunthes of seconainte, Ws. d death of the child waroom which -
to go to the "uneral." H pose of ththe program was uts ad juice last Friday and then took they beliy peding a chemical n.
The Americang thilLiberttes ward the Worldan H-bomb Even to the Bro about 20 f he wn an Ocar fr nembuts ending her d daughter was a drug nhealyss to verfy the mother's
union issue a statement de- rsts whoof the superdupers to Watrronthad Eva Mare Sant s campn chaMrs. Stewart sarman, was honored maid str Troop 5he waadmns-areer as a trp tme son est of Grl
Before the were through, co- e field now exclusively inera iency badges o the terme. tried the drugs after no theatricalhcgos hon ton N
talitartan dictators had to make 10 mas klahom" on 70-mmhappy New York home and hubby nr held at the Pola firin wards. ess Grl Scouts Together,"th ewar a tcb now
hurried tripr to a nearby book film .with seven sound tracks- for wholesale move loot. Only an- rnge by being preented with n rconton of man ars Fres."t
Mrsway f. Gilbert said "e cleaned 20th tur Fox just announced wy from television. Shes ma n award a council can bestow dentorldFriendship.Shesaid he tried to be a de are Mrs. Margaret Earl.
kr by-Emkine JobmoI The program opened with t h e cent girl" b'ut had "nobody on my: Recenll sh, had the part of a
Sthe Natonal Legion plans to film "The King and on huled to a Ne York TV producer upti 'son eran insto the flo presentation of colors, followed siden her fight ad n the boudoir fare a
classIng for tp everych. 10 omm. .lm and become_ a mama In Aprl, row made by Robert Wor ,eley, Budd Haberstick 3-ear in Bety Mtoey. ve the m expla




Tche books tocudde b1ogra es H hntandaLn width movie film is tU ESCAPED PRINT at th.t ime past council pres__ president _nd Td art_ 15 whatar phind and gt Tti and meaning of t d Go gors an u p
books thelaysie, stamp o ckd t u t d e oun the r beaver, as- Mie 10-year wne promise and t eI e ehrough.' Golden quoted her.absences.
e lastn B tho Br g .anovisetl try Girv Bl Holden fned an aLsted by silver ba er ater at an inquest rede t h el Mrs Stewrt sobbed that she
One. und. w *Wth e ld 35m. peech. As several set R. Arnoldt Blava, R. E. nroduc m m Grl






br and n ew books. bigger and bigger movies nyces s-O r wid screaming as he plorer Don Loehr served as Mar- te rti htnob Hospitality, Horshaeh..nwometea hi s'le TAh s o,
Mr. Gilbert- aid her commit. n ary? a ollywooo s eems to think .. g tin sound starge floor Promise," shall. r se n 5 a' nv ersoaa Hal"h and Homf e t



postee was wearyr, but highly pleas tso re on the way Sned the fall-i "We md your head to ralour. Observed In many tct n fnl lr.oSctc Satianenadltt pnr n o Ftau.L
T"Eerthi went off very nice- getting out of hand men. George Seaton who rotopped hm by her o iof years bunti s ot eo as out- Rs eewrd sdmmbee r cs En badwh she had ieed Leag oft h
ly," he sadrl "It was a worth- By o fmw. the way things are goan o cameraman: standinchgirm accomplishment was rthe w maked as hm No.5 rDewitt Gunther, Pitts.vile, Wis.
hile rojec uper a aie to DI you pran the camera with his wort at amp El Volcan s .. Eth Heen nd Be-
In reply to the ACLU nu duringoes wthe be proected oby an H -bomb Even if she win e haa served tor the past cout ouncr P se pres Marting. o
m inues. "east. her supporting rolevin "On the Russell M. Jones, council ert Roche. Win. N. Taylor. cuaddlrgaretcEarwhowrot"






m -i-tteee tire state of Kansa" (the aspect Ne Yr hyebrsky Camp Directorh He Robert Dunn. den mother; -nd Brownie Troop No. 55 had 1
Stoee to eabot right) du Forks and ipoons were Sahedin camping chairman, was honored master Troop wt singly Next, came a Puerto Rican fol
Before the were through, co- the field w exclusively Cinera-i telling pals slyhewoodn't give up her arant itteemacouncil Scoutonnal rdipre- honored by recevlng both -c nd presented it for hel ..
hurried trip to a nearby book flmwith seven sound tracks-' fbove when N ora Haymes walked nl and sentatvnge ba be ing presented with In are cognition of American oart un the program. They wrcil Fires."
store for cre"good" bo ks. opens in New York In May and other important role will lure her 13, Cocoll: Iteghborhoodilebavr asscut- Leedo enwr scouting, paord Paierns. r a by e' s






Am n D ill theater balcoe s, went over to say he lo, but Dlck mu onerI chairman, Troop 4. moreee itout of scou'tha Mr S,. M Evelyn SagLens, and M r s.
rs. said "we cean d tOLLYWOOD UNCENouRED: 'nd wita turned their backs on her- Dawrdo and Council chairman out ito It. MW. Voilert vnlr. betty Davis. a r
the shelves" of 00 boos reil- Moreno says her romfilmance HId herself f a bawl, did Nora. upon its membearts Pesenta ion eran pns to the foAloinrook Girls of Inlermedi gave eTroop 3i
ig for SI tp $3 each mm. film 'and becomes a mama I ApriL~yleyIude rstick~30-year e e n s;tionoandmeanad tm efim ..htonnofseadebyRr.ethrWaye.udd. dIrote







yhe books Iciddwith GeoStandardie Hormel ovie film iorevs IT ESCAPED PRINT at the time past council presi p president And told the eroup. Sink is th presented a German folk dance.
lassics.YW D st Marchp books an P)oos 35-m finished but ding flmig of "The Coun. h older of the Al ver beaver, as- Mi ..and Squadro 1o adIn ed adSc rhoutldcare, Hopt ty,












..-e Honlwoon screen writers bh." The rumor wheel turned d w e Price pre-APB. and hs been a former Homemaker. Housekeeper, Swim- i
yesterday lited "Saba," "On I ok e razy when Edward G tob Gi" Bill de fluffed in ted by silver badver holder RScoutmaster and r and theveral Seorlnd Cl ass.
8 bundWaleerfront". and "Se e a tinson moved nto the Beverly Hto ls m an. s gasped; Bill, in mock de neld Commissx, L ionaerd. t'ar. tTheir leaders are Mwd r .so and. W t-" P- W.






their selecons for the yea r's is back In Mvetown. l an Nav station and here tonight to recunza our Intermediate Troop 5 acted out.
bet wrin moonpedout of a second- Pedersen and W. R. Price. l lEx- on the tbith-date of a skit depicting the le seobadges ,
brand new books. [bigger and bigger movies neeces.. windw screaming as he plorer Don Loehr served as Mar- velop citizenship e' ithan cnl Pneron Hlthand Hormew. VR'' ,
Mr. Gwritert said her sevenomith Barby? a Rushollywoo aseemsd U- to tcuthkfeo t sound sae floor i shall. Sshi t. a an, Personal Health and H o r
tee was awaryos banquet also pre- er "Captain Lightfoot" personal.ches below the window sill. But Jones has served in many thu of all S n." arnvale. Sgt. S net presented
e ed a "aurl Award o a- appearance 'our down to a few asdry humoredDirectorcoutin capacities for a nu- "We have committed to our ia- his daughter with the first class .
"ch everhntjJ to Robert RI sk ge n ng out oShe w ants to be back to t George Seaton who topped him by r o years but is most ut-his generation, and n our ge s earne. Leaders of







ayer of such Itwas as "I t Happen-. Iyt to the divorce judge whoing s hear g oyo 11o-t ^eifar tsbt hs mio- s cout-no Units and Council we Brownie Troop 15 were award
es Town You Cant Take Jeffrey ayngnter the cameraman: standing accomplishment hat t fa on fertile round op new members received rs. Ralph Bass, -
whiand "Lady or A ALL copies of scandal aga "Di you pan the camera with his or at Camp El olcan houpresented Col. H. Paxn. Mr. Eith Hensen and Mrs. Bet-
In reply to the ACLU critic. ;movies will be projected on the en- him?,, which he has served for the pst Scout Council President-'Mrs. ty Marth}. i.' v W .U
terature of motion ptures th e state of Knslocal citizens. five years as amp Direct or the hurch obert o hunn den othernd." meaBrowning of he roop No 55 ha d








mrao seems to be about ight) hi and;p... bn oawre sheld an hs o erted s r .H R.o "An Imposing number ofh scout executive, learned a Puerto Rican fol








"Sabrlat writna by Bcey Th is a Honywood, Mrs. Jones: ye knor his nwael and si a district a mi" have been set In the past twelve the worod i friendship and dema I 'J Is
Wilder, Sad Taylor and Er- Even nature takes orders from ler: dW ey Towend months" Col. H 0k Paxson wnstrated oneh In has as sv so Trp a
t a ro Ta rs Howood. t wtch 'm from rok ndar at Hollywood restaurant ittee n stitutional repre- wth council Preident stated alsrcn his nceand presented it for e








roadayhnt. Ws ae th e il sheet oa ,when Nora Ha Besrwalke d innd sentatrve and ha rmadio. brie? Annual Repor? "The Cr- Mrs. ,Baps i .ntrhodu c e Mrs. p \ Te'
o l the othda s"a Ga potted her ex. Dick Hayme t13, Cool: te borhood.alr ces Trailon Hike. the Ca R warded their World Pins byt .;-
Amnng Best Film JNot me, though. I even get dizzyIa table with Rita Hayworth. ors ta nt district end distrit cot i "As adult scouters. we iet their leaders Mrs. Dorothy Ban.

















Ono The Watgfron,"bBu-i Anthony Queate Alne Bancroft- so rsentedose -t the the Scoutcapade, the passing of neighborhood chairman Mrs. th an 1 V
Echulbergwa t the A a. s went over to say handed but Dick missioner; chairman, Troop 4 emore 1ou scoun h. l es Mr.s E velyn Sager, and Mrs
r.e ra dRFtcrSe tlrHOl-WLLYWOOD UN CENSOROTIFY" astanEDce these are heathnut into t." M. parVoimentt Sin.ll signed ett Davis.
iha MKolb ni fa e mita Moreno sys r e Had herself a bawl, did Nora. camping nd activities commit Protestant Chaievements. Albrook Girls of ntermedate Troop 3
o Serritert Geordea Kordel s yer Iprtee. He hu been responsible for Co'. told t u.nkd t thrpresented a German folk dance.
I .erbers."But"s .b.,do o todsn"leeIrns ait utionalRen s ti olf They wi .
HOLLYW UOD M arch 2 -(UP) % ./ finished before al l this trou-Ji i i.... .... .. .... ig iT oop and quboth m aintenal n and operala o They were awarded e'oficial t .cy
-e ovwoo screen writers b-" The rumot wheel turned ofi ather sn campT. BV ose ned the Troop and Squadro Slimn f15 Atbrook badges in ldcare. o nita
yesterday ed "Sabrina,"ob TOmedal orones while rice pr- comB.lacentd has beut to ad former eme ar. Housekeeper, you take PHOSSwiERINE you
ter t" a.d S Onke Iscrazy. hen HTS Ed v RROWlsented Dthe certificate and cor- Cubmof the Alrin coutmlimster and rer and several Second s ad :











i. fr se B .er a o.nm stoedI now t hat; cone advaneeentlcelyloryeEverhher. sn sneighborhoodsalCommissiioner. "It I adges. Their leaders are M r .begdo s
ri for Seven Brothers" sotela IMt's stopped now that Glays Capt. W. B. Tucker. C. Is indeed flittin that we met Aline O'Brien and Mrs. Sanchez.
teir selections for the yar's s back in Mevietown.ilRo dman Naval station and heretonight to recutnrlz3 our Intermediate Troop 5 acted out
est written emmolon pictures. a t outf ter J. A. How- mt liveaderso utn the birth-date ofIa s skit depicting the legend of Old r






















-at thi seventdh Troop 12e MaJ.uT. A. Kir- v te." nqt tomorrow. 3
de writer.Barbus Rush asked U-I to AlDut.AGa er by. Paof DUtrict Vi e Wdn ashinn v ery ably pr anamaenter-ingrarond t r A r eeth ge e and
S, board ember e. JackcDt-expresed th e apureelanoo nof TR O PI CA .. ...
a l awarMA banquet, also pr- her Captain Lightfoot personal- I e: ajor J. e Mler. ohair tthe fo rerunner of all xcel-oting. arnJval theme called "The Bur- .j .. '












A- 4t an Troop 1; Capt. R. R. tn, leWt dinner watered by the oerv o th Fs."
h me*t" to Robert Rs t.., She wants to be back to telN formr Cubusi, te pct I;. o..Center h ivstene and te the 50n. TDA 35c.i or=, .. "'.
Sof suchts as "It Happenit to the divore ude who's ear trainin chairman Atlantic Di- Scouting Units and or other Brownie Troop 15 were award.












ed One. P. di c Troop 17: Aieavth and Comfety of the Ra He Cntroduncil e rwie Tro D15 wer a w .
it with YO" "ra a Bill" A MAJOR aeTUDIO bought up Troop Ftulick Win. B. Mal- received w
and "Lady A Da." AAy c ies Of sn mag i .,-N lo.,Paif tthinubM We must help our youth build a ins. Mrs. Miriam Oliver, V r s.
RI*en was cited as the screen-.zdne tat just it te .drugstore-. ,Iuu t sJt e and former cubmaster Pack 2. hoe ponaro wit stron aeic
Sav th- a t atu the oest t l. a, a foundation, not upon th ands. Jean Johnsn are their leaders.
writer whlo has.advanced t.e.U-tracks. It featured t......test story "in AU C ,.S.l.o'an ._-, Jr., ...c.ific This we can do as scoutinin end The girls then explained the
terature of motion pictures .tb e t on a couple of local citizens. -hew ki, n ami... minis er and for- theChurch go hand in hand." meaning of the Friendship CircleI l '
"r a' wris'lypsl.i '' befe mard. escoutmaster..neighboh "An imposing number of firsts' repictin hands crossed around
VTilder Salqwe Taylor and Er-' Even nature takes orders from sio isne a .ner: and Wesley Townsend, months"v e oe t i tHepaxsn twelverated onerld.IfrienshipMand dim
esteL Lesmi.-n from Tjilo r's Hollywood. It went like this on -a, 3 i ii sta- rict camin ineadn isorCouncil.P H.e.det s ntantedadIn his on
road*ay hit. wa a&e t h e call sheet for "The Brass Rg"b r urman advise ni al r Repid t.s"t -i Mrs.Bassntr o d ucea-Mrs.
test written comedy. the other day: "Farley Granger, Post 3. Balboa. Cant. 'Tueker P)-be Annual Rept. "e Cm- Mrs. ,Rasssiatr d s Mrs.
"On The Watftfront," by Budd Anthony Quinn, Anne Bancroft- sotiresented corsfgest-toth; ces Trail Hike, the Canvyu o Rae. ':anceis Richatatter am the newrta king
Ichulbeag, was listed the et A- 9a.m. Bits and e-tras- .m. .s in appreciation for theirthe 0outapade. the.passing A neighborhood c h a I r m a n Mrs.s "
ieican drama, a Fra-n c s' "-WIL "L NOTIFY." instance 1200 boy members. l i .ht tterresented Mrs. Bas i s.
Gich. A~~lbeitu ,,eet and sas--. Itac these are both healthy and i-. v.,ith a parrbment scroll signed
Dorothr nek.A were ckitt and, pt ...,"Commenting:- that the finestlnificant achievements. A fine'b Il the scouts of Albrook,[ l -
othy. KinsleY were cited for .Not in..the Script. Mu West,- people in our communities are in record was set last year and can thanking her for her service to ..
SFor, ..enB I about publisher offers for her auto- s. v, I be studied at your leisure from them.
es,, "]theleUtwritten musicalIblrp t."Inl
omedy.h um ready to do It yet. -I' --,dVice-Preident and Eagle out,Gthe written report." In closin Mrs. tehstatter "ledn1
.tesetned "scouter citaton.', frt Col..Paxson also thanked the the. ,semb eg..rlScut sng
outstanding. service to youth to many leaders.,and,'Scouts who Ing "Taps:."I Gi T/L r o' To
its e following souters: neigh-.nerformied so "magnifieently ntl tI -- -". ",1W












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iChamp Of Puerto Rico Twilight League
TestTHE STANDINGS
In Impressive TestW L Pet!. P
o Powells 3 1 75 .
Bobby Rosado, welterweight champion of Puer- 14casanova 4 .2.00
to Rico-who is scheduled to meet Joltin' Joe Brown C.H.S. 9-10, Casanova 5-15
of New Orleans Sunday at the Colon Arena, finally TREVOR SIMONS
arrived Monday night after being two days overdue., TheCBasanova line fina
p omuo-n- ....... ITomorrow an d e ;- -"hewilld broke into the win column; but
e mlasy tenarwe wghcom i ai ns aid he Iwasn't until after thy had
has a t thet-lose their 13th consecutive game

Tcumn airport by his manager, Jgin b ttbusnesc ledSunda double
person Josepared to three C olon sha even haein to ughesttend hmhectic 15-10 to in what Was

Yesterday the hard-hitLin ously polished ad off Federico thatgoe them thre cushion they
osado appeared beforeT b e Plummer. Wilfredo Brown a tph o onogld r o f f irst obars 10
Colon Boxing Commissi n and Tito Despaigne apparently with- B rune d Iounning drive for al' "


ws prepared to gon a t re e even having lbbg to extend him- runothi nrivefr aal h do rh a dy ne
pounds In the usual e exhibition self. a long afternoon of baseball.
test for fighters appeaing|10- lr-tobali behind 4-h it lt-
gally ^ fo iir~ the first tim. The taller and heavier Ro- stobal H ig ehind 4-hit
Roado started out y do pitching o f lefty Bill Price shift-
,, n CIaginst Daniel Ward and many to hand exJoltin rorm eo xdhis f ir e firt
g u agat D mound appearance of the ye ar,
after punching the latter around first taste of defeat in a local pounde d out 9 hits of a air of
S semifinal will be between e t High ch BALBOA HIGH SCHOOL baseball team's graduatng seniors. Left to right: Sandy Hinkle,





eet any s.ow a boxer the Com- The e ame td h wh o ad ialy ra hn to r
w n aeny ImThsed bypeen d this0 Soryes wto tWallace by on tos5.oambo Jack i e Ham mond, Eddie Napoleon, Coach Brown, Herbie Raybourne, Issac Perez, Lambert
Were apparently impressed by and tough Horaco tradi o. Wla tohwho took over in centerfeve sMntodvan.
Roeado's showing against Ward will be seeking his fourth con- when Cristobal's Marion Bowers
because none of the local fight- secutive knockout victory n this w haurt by a thrown all In the r i
re on hand would put on the schedule eight rou nd 15- on third framefound neither Cas-m
ores apinst the pride of Puer- ound con test. His victims were nova pitcher puzzling. Lunmg had n d 5p t e h e nt






t pco. ratn1alKly o or tip o All nter a 3 lotod le a dtheahittin g forthe u bIadO testrd ftL Dg n ins rado -rs ar
Thei ell-built and energetic T ito Kid. me, while Kaizer Bazan ac-. io0 m dbig
afterr was scheduled to, workout Two four-round t reliminaries cout.ed for 2lahits in fou tries. in
at Fort Clayton tis afternoon complete an excellent program. Casanova exploded with a 14
kted by theirsluggingfirst-base-
SaLucky Strike, Womack man Lefty Menard t who hadar a hle
four for four. Pitchers were ex-t
pendable and ineffective asl Ca-







hsanova sent o a a t r l three parading to cha ship y p
icts tThe sqorLmembersoof the
'W in InTw light Loop C.H.S. could be halted. Perez, Via i ado Esily icapture0,!a.b0a igh0Schoollteal coach
who came to Mulligan's g thom tester.
do -In the fifth, took credit for the twaBnirnaroldon wallCaetures a noHigre i To-
L o..victory. Wayne Wall stuck iht dtS uB ...rw yn eenan Do ntersitho-
SH LEAGUE free Italian dinners at the Atlas throughout he Casanova assault t ld n d cal eblemat of ants cherlM
en ntPA1 F a TIndklm s Garden as they leda 14_-hit at- and was charged with his third ,,l S n iagoast e T allsuapromnty ol he
e hr s uhIsr dT m r mt hrr lOo .Canal Zone. This award was
6e1nSt andi tack on Si gnal p itching. Ed Scott defeat of the season. In addi.n .dUnsa
baf t t Won o had three hits In five trips, Jack tion to Menard's a4 for 4, Ca- -, taken by theal B.H.S. team. last
lo w*e 7 seon LosteHammond hammered out three nova second-baseman Deane ald- year also; a championship in
Somac Tatillers ..... 3 0 hits in four trips and Jack Mc- ded three more bolwaand Soa, ndss Bernarda enez' lon FIFH RAC 19 by Balboa will give them

















|est- rade -came rtos t h throoe ter All stare whadlo oelke awomn d"in Tu otqis BTbadl inez!tl og ErH RACE 15 h Braca e UnInalboa; mw igiv eth em
ckr o b. ion .,...t r 2 si lade ca ne throua h with three the start cucer who ste striding Chilean bred chestnut 1-ue Lindo $6.202.80 permanent possession of it. The





















dv to Noon inthel m e ab s a dtote un xc p a o i t On Cn d n 2A. pai Bsatpionsgp Ahn a mesandfht Ur p lansfth
e ained ........ .1 2 sg les r n four tripa i to center had a pair. t horse Vulcanizado yesterday aft- n L dy Dancer s o $2.80. atira allre s t
r...twostrik ayotancerInu. e r2e frnole h s in
P .Important Twilig".t Meetiug ernoon raced to a three-length TH RACE
S.Lucky dke and Womaeck DiS- Tonighet At a i oa Gym D victory ind the $ue .50 w"Constitution R a 4E.










tillers posted Wi In the Sunday Therci lePa for tht e WlatueL t o h apnd been wsdld lrd Vand ap theJ uheardOak$.gh oan on, o aN a molons nbabe
Ster i hew l w i oltoaI tain oe hFran. o race track. Vnorlaia $3.00, 2.60 man, sought afterSby m y bg
Afternoon daumiheaer krt Ba- s nomat h ao stng tat Leg h ..a.- 1 The seven furlong Class "C" owre n $2s.60. league clubs, has expressed a
a adi t te r te e u igh ehe alboa SEVENTH RACE preference for the Whte box of
i. wth, st i l in e Ch.1 elde I essarace was the main event on a 1-Joe's Fiddling $5.40, 5.60, 2.80 Chicago, T
Soin x in a .agersn and players alreu Ir B WaLTi WATSon r roramheld in observance- of .2D ClUb 5.0s0 280
S itn attenlb i le Panamas Constitution Day.- a lt o $2.40. Herbie Raybourne -cther
Slos a y v tit" thtional Double: $32.00. thrill a ttend- llege on al o b-s ll
]'I Ino" n Mnvn orfr thath terme os trWithl J apprentice Jockey Jull nk bIGThl e RAS c a scholarship fllowr d byt a r -
i Ine IF eague, U!b Tt', f ahtlg Wel imene. Jr. giving a much bet- fo- Esagrhl 6.00 3.40. .20 career withSt. Louir





















o t ht he CWoma Hnladotein tor hankhe hob yor anmderwoarnu g frot d er perfolr a c.ha0n g be 3t i blady of rand, 3b0te it' aal-cl en aresTe r emwi nLis
d "" 'e o ld n nank boye .arte roaris rom tea r performance than In the 2 lcloto o3.0. 2.20 or Brooklyn.
Shert ti po e behind anh scored five runs in Carnival Classic when Vulcoi- o-Sal ly Spruce $2.20.S Hinkle, pitcher,- will
























g| e loa ,r | queslod te that.eItuwa Bon- Oe-CTwohen u e sn on whe eru e Do eou kno S
k e 'tir the fifth Inning of Sunday's zado was beaten a head by DJxi- Quiniela: $12.00. participate.Oin golf 1and b ball
d ad strtdfo t i hu las game against Kobbe to wt 1ut princess, the four-yea-old son u while earning a degree in civil
American eg toa four run deficit an w n the Of Quemarropa-Bahamaq rushed NINTH RACE engineering at Duke University.
hadtheo Norn 'n;game7t AllanSctdtla-b th haee cottdt-bohehfi o furlongs out 1-Proud PeCarl86.60. 3.40, 2.40 whmbet Mantovan, pitcher,
one out In the bottom of the b r Sht t edirand slam home runlever after sprinters:ugarplumtVal Lamberr whneor nip
ThLelagerIsbeinreadedforheleydfStar, Turgot and Bradomin 3-Turf Lodge Si4o. Years and complete his
seventh but c. neott ps the The rl ar team of the Fast-1the left field wall.yt bugarplun e. r I n Vl-, p 2-Bar One $2. 80t2. 20 wl matricusate at J.C. for two
wining run over i a squee eo e i ber eadiedfor The game started mildly with had virtually raced themselves One-Two: $17.40. training In the U.., majoring in
backfire with Hal n ma i lssale with t he B.H.S. -Kobbe scoring one run In the eoutof breath. Vulcanizado cross- TENTH RACE business administration and par.
e ea th for th team this Fridoay niht at 7:00 fIrst and west Bank picking up ed the finish line going away 1-Vulcanizado $9.80, 3.20, 2.80 ticipating in all forms of a -
fe h Perticip tin ee rd uncallefor s o t e-
second out of the n inI. With 'clock. at BalboaStaodiu m un ltwo in their half. In the thirdBwith every stride. .-.ugarplum $2.80. 2A0 tic endeavor.
de ethe reins of "Mickey" Kzier-'Johnny Bateman walked four, tugarplum held on to finish --Valley Star $2.60.
the bases still loaded Horbelt nan, manorJciagere ofHnea edldmonmondohorttop
d out toseeond to end the n.of the Coneo 0 hit one batsman and allowed second. Valley Star was thlrd wl coiue Hammond, shortstop
SThis team. although .ompose of two hits as Kobbe jumped Intoand Bradomin wound up fourth A ao wll continue his education at
ipracticaloy most .of thell S tr what looked like a commandingeTurgot quit badly in thie stretchin o Setasd Bradley University majoring in
Strike sent 11 men to players that knocked offtheCo lead by a score of 5 to 2. We after raUin like a team withb er n by usness admi station and
platein.. the eighth and inejrollastSathurdaq. uwsi Bank sent six men to bat in the Sugarplum, Valley star andflsduplaying baseball.
usd across 7 big runs on fourtavers ro the fourth but couldn't score and as Bradomm to the head of the gU O isaac
its. two walks And two sac-ticoneof term player fom tle IObbe .had scored their sixth run homestretch. DxOprncess trailedear
Con do s team tha t 1 should m -i r half f theafourthPitthroughout.
i'ices and two fielder's choices. In their half of the fourt it dt roughout.cto n atdthe in verslty of u -
gIon started a rallyIs tin h b lt- more defensive power to an al'-seemed all but lost as.Tomlin Vulcantiado paid $9.80 win. L. B li wn cation at the University of Puer-
Stor of t de inning b t orneeardolCo lch Brown ha s his team i kept irin .awa, or K bbe. Only Vajeros.$10.-20 in the first
men st eddas H arne However, In t eboomo f therac ere higher tan Vulcani F Mario Delgado, Pitcher, will
red two .trike outs' "d, Val- readiness as tepaerstak r n g ifth, Bob Taht called on.his ace zado's informful day-of racing. 3 (UP) Yogi Berra set his J.C. and continue a the Univer-
grounded out to n then inn fine shape after tn atcer, who had been sidelined A fredo Vasquez was the toP heart &nd his sights today on sity of Panama majoring in busi-
men ... ..flast title for the Y" for a couple games with an in- Jockey with two victories, winning the American League ness administration.
""k C ox, Rtik .r a r e and w ill be out to spankethe u p- Jared th
e leading batted of the starts from the stlich League. 9 oo p winchhi required .ur- t he dInds. batting crown this year but Balboa Iigh School and coach
athe The High School team is alsgory, o .pInchhit for Hamilton FIRST RACE claimed he has two strikes a- Brown are proud of these boys
e with 4 ainglewas t recinpIlewent heelednthen it-omeseto tal- and possibly thins move brought. -Viajero $10.20, 7.20, 5.80 gainat him "Just because I'm a and of the trophy and baseball
.dk feetaln wa dinnherathpeAent-ent, and they feel that although lnspration to a downhearted 2-Another Fulmar8$6.40, 4.20 catcher." championship they helped win.
fiee Its Ilar d in. t-the.At- the Faut11ch boys may be hiin u singled. n his 3-Choice Brand $14-.40. "I'd ive a lot t owin the bat- The problem of "baseball 1955",
fabulous averages, they haven't toihel his team .Jm ,ECOND RACE lng title this year," said the has brilliantly solved by
10 se hhad to face anv Montovanis or forgot, that his team was trailing I-Julie $8.60, 4.80. 3.00 chunky backstop while picking these seniors and their under-
n the ilesnightcaphtheW omack Hinknes: nor have theyad to by four runs and was cut down 2-Tuira *4.20, 3.40 at a blade of grass, "but it's&aI- classmen mates. The remaining
.... la onthenwigh.chlhs een AbLinr ba tout a n in- T D DE Acatc nher t akes to mese seven fine athletes will not


taoful crowd rewarded-h
Sa oyful crowd reward im the w ner will gepta match with "I hit .322 that vear. It was the Free general admission will
w a tn bi Valdes Quba top eon. greatest year I ever hadt. Mabe offered to all even d at

Batted In e him a total of boutsto eia A RockyMar Most of all, Berra said he game heldat Delta Prk
Eleven for to s and twen- cano on an d knock. would like to set off tb a "good he ame iclu Par.
Sty-thre for the s son, despite out, Don Cockell of ngland on start" in the race for the t- opening and clsi roremonles,
,- isMa late arrtyal from the States. a decision and Oharley. Norkus tinw title. ha245 for track and field
'.'For the benefit of those who do on a decision. "I haven't had a good start n evetns and 4tk,000 a mali-
et / know, Sott's teammates call Mederos of Havana lost six of six years." he said, shakl his mum of 24 sesiem of soer
Shim LUG. Any reader want to his 8 bouts and had t draws. bead. "That's what kills you. If A total lot 176,000 passes will be
Swhy? natua wou get off ood. you feel a mil-ffered during the eleven days
hEaHeottPro fntom w. and Rob tt n lat io or dnt better."
c c alm a n u tedteobme8to fo I0baseball completion.
a S a -t" M OU At e The higbt-prscu tl*k cost
Mi e 0 ,.h f w._

T. p 0 -" .a a .q'slort -bma Let r- med series an d o Inaer
a a four-u $ In the firfbeom- wihes s cobstdom l L fmw*
Dic t ed card toa0lha HNWIT shut
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got free rain, eato blanseh and l
missn ,er Fad Fri h, who hbas a.
Bel.ealr.
Not, so. long ag, Trik told a ewBret JB
promotion men In New York that he o w
private fuds In babeal le did not nam ne a ba l li
but he was alzmt right at them, e'
Later, the eommialbner sent ouf his ba h the
termed "loose talk" on major circuit expannn |
promised to prosecute violators as acting de
game..
Frick today said he had not changed his mi rA, t atop.
pin expansion conversation which Mnah .dft0 WO tM.
ut he took the wraps off Casey and FtM
course, up to a certain point," Friek a neea
couple of divots. "But I am u d-tetml a paa :
Lane or anybody else froai talking abott B
fomna, or minor locales el-where, as being pItab. -r.I
ship in our major leagues. That sort of M eat e good
"Lane has called a meeting of thi realignment anittee of
the American League of which he is chairman, to bee sh ome.
where in Florida for the reported purpose of adopting tleWs for
considering applications from minor cities&
"I have no objection to this session. But it must notcreate
the impression that the American League is sending out .nvita-
tions, or proselyting in the minor leaguesa'

RED CORPUSCLED FEUD GOOD
Frick's decision to permit Lane and Stengel to resume their
vendetta will be applauded by all lovet of free speech and back-
ers of the ancient inalienable right of feuding In bsebaU. -
It is a question if the game can thrive In an atmoshr ex-
clusively of sweetness and kind words. Controve ry Guses it
becomes libelous and nasty, never has injured any por. It
builds red corpuscles.
frik's ban on expansion talk has yet to beaeeepted as neees-
vary by a majority of our baseball men. HoweerI, IIif reeople"
that with neither major league ready to change Its circuit, con-
versation which might foster the spirit of reolt hasui the fans
of higher-classification minor cities might better be curbed for
a time.
Stenrel and Lane weren't going to be kept aut for long any-
way. After having left the empIdy of the White Seo,Pul Rih-
ards went out to Los Angeles to confer with 0$t the del
which soon afterward resulted in the big YanlkeO e deal
tCasnehas hintd that he got, .-from Rlchrdftfr Jmmuni-
ton or1 Is feu wdth Lane, Who reportedly could not see eye;to
eye with Paul when the latter was puot of the Chicago club
Franziy, Stengel has a complex about big league fr0nt-offlce
brass. "I have more firings in my record than any othet man-
ager," Casey keeps insisting.
"The general manager may make a bushel of mistakes but
all he has to do to cover up is to dismiss the manager."
aaane has seen it to take up the cudgel for the front offices
against Casey.
,
AL CHANGES BOLSTER CASE'S ARGUMENT.
Not without considerable reason, as a wteran magxer fight-
ing for the cause of associate pilots, It' atnpgeltter about What
happened In the American.League this" o-asen '
No fewer than six clubi unerwent managerial changes, emlear--
I only CaseY and Al Lopes intact. It -Was an. I with-
Sprecedent. And, Stengel believes without enuct Meral jus-
tification.
Washington fired Bucky Harris and brought in Chuck Dres-
sen, Boston dismissed Lou Boudreau and promoted Pinkie Hig-
gins. -Baltimore heaved Jimmy Dykes and signed Richards, De-
troit replaced Freddy Hutchinson with Harris, Kansas City tobk
Boudreau as a substitute for Eddie Joost, and Chcagsso lifted
Marty Marion into Richards' berth.
The wholesale firing of pilots was not. a move against the
Indians, but a belated revolution against the five-year domina-
tion of baseball by the Yankees, Stengel insists.
"I hope that folks in our leage have stopped yamerls
about the Yankees and have deride4 to get busy u'argkuhlrg
their own clubs," Stengel said when he was told about's
action on his hassle with Lane.
"I want this league of ours to stop anything like Clvelan s
I victories from happening again. ThiWns W a' gogdl trick by
the Indians, but It is not a record that the league can poitt to
with pride, because what happened In the World Series?'

Gun Club Aotes
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A one hundred and fifty bird totalled 562 with 41-v to top the
registered trap shoot will be held Army team's 506-13v
at the Balboa Gun Club on Sat- Manning set the pace in the
urday. Shooting will star at 11:00 first relay, when he 'posted 145-
a.m. sharp. 11 out of a possible 150-3v to
The program will be sixteen almost exactly duplicate the
yard targets; fifty handicap tar- score propheceed as a winner in
gets and twenty five pairs of these columns last week. How-
doubles. Sterling silver trophies, ever, teanA..mate Bill Jaffray
donated by the' Canal Zone served notice he was still in the
Trapshooting Association, will be race by posting a standing
awarded to the winner of each and going. -on tq takerstlace
event plus a trophy to the High with 147-13v. Bt-rt jrant Todd
Gun on the combined scores. No arrived lath as uu L, hence was
shooter will be eligible for more not assgne4.to th team. How-
than one trophy, ever, contrary as.ever, he posted
To compete for those trophies 1839 with 4v to gain .tird place.
a shooter must be a member of Sunday's match r saw sme flne
the Canal Zone Trapshooting As- shooting although fhentry ist
soclation. Membership fees for was not a big one. While J ray
both organizations may be paid 'was dropping one poi~t at
before the shoot. range, "Dude" Lucas fired pos-
An entry fee of one dollar for sibles over both the sattini and.
each fifty target event will be rapid prone stages, lith Man-
charged. Plenty of cold drinks ning duplicating this feat in ra-
will be on hand and lunches will pid prope. Bigbore shooters have
be available at the Rifle and Pis- not competed since lst year's
tol Range. various championships, civilian
-- and m tary, and some incon-
JAFFRAY AND MANNING sistency was the result of latk
TOP BIGBORE MARKSMEN' of practta. Net month's matfh
Bill Jaffray and Lt. Col. Is NRA approwe, and scores w~
George M. Manning fired red t be reco national. Sehedul-
scores in the .30-06 rifle match ed date for thie match is March
held Sunday at the Balboa Gun 27th, and details will appear in
Club's Farfan range to lead the this paper at a later d*e. There
club rifle team to a win over are no scheduled. matters ot
Lt. Col.,E. V. Chandler's 8616th for next week end.-
DU team. The Balboa shooters I Sunday's scores fellow:
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BY JIMMY BRESLIN RobinsShooting Rebounded Pacific sof Leag



^^^eybl^as" ne Pr-.ufssindl W ith Buck Quitting School rn/ FerR-En' a
after Mike bouc hak iniaa t th an a a
S~xas Open with a 257, a acom I-eME'S INSURANCE WINeh o a
SGoiderse Association record, Freds IIS .ALF ee'



S Corcoran was. aL g around ls a iFrou lremena's Insur nce w d iE Tde s's

gplf course near hi os Mingaro h u ck ing S c h o o l l-t bea on. u eor tr iens .
first half of the nea of ey e uid o lot the l ad st r ea 1
an't that Mike something ,-which had bee driving 0 h toh man fumed at this and then games being played t byOall teams l
r down there?a" oe of the clubhouse 1tats opponents wNhackyeareor came down with an ankle Injury except Panama Rotary. Leading batter for tiSL .




duffers asked. Corcoran, the man this eason-pprently were too ch held him out of two games. The Rotary team ill enter the e
whose hustling'set up the frame- much or Robain, too. He returned in I m e to p lama y seod al ad are eeed to
work for the professional g 1f A thoroughly niied-up F r e e-against Minnesota-and the 82-5 be strong contenders to cop the Bob Lawyer ( s




circuit as w e know it tohe a geIa an is back at his Cincinati w shipping the Gophers aned title. They played the lat tfew L acy (
udde' was ed.U he home, and it is doubtful wheth- Otio State co pletely disrupted gn of te fist hf in orer ln
n Fred Coretoran's golfing life er the antasc-shootLng Buckeye l freeman. He snarled at t e a m-t Is tith Daln ( th r' r .
.he s seen some asonsophomoreever will appear in a mates, blaming hisI imagined Manager Dick Dehond ger aan
Sgolf turned -rounds like college game agaim, I light on their lack of ability. Maduoer fis nelater amch to leot an Th.- t
6 winth wlich Ben Hogan laced It was only a few weeks ago Then came a blowoff t wak d t g up some fine material to D. nelleherq Pan LFiq. .




R the Il iviera Country Club in the that midwestcrn basketball peo- C oh Flod Stahl. When ee work with and will be the team o rfl nger (axt. er')
1948 pen at Los. Angeles, opr le were calling ethis- 1 radar- man w a aofresh man, Stsh qul-tobeat. R. N ckersher (Fr usen'a) .






Sters in 1941 i went-at Northwestern o -he moved up to the varsity. He ong The F airways
"nTHAT'S RIGHT I saw those U or Iis own Ohio State ourt-idid just t- but it wa as n't Me
Soundss' sputters the energetic he pumped points through as enough for Robin. The s k I n n y B Hopr In
guy-, "and here they were aski quickly as the scoreboard cou ld j mping jack, it seems, wanted PANAMA WOMAN'S GOLF Hits:. Lacy -





S me abto ut ouchak's new ro- blink. In 13 game he stuck in een more tieway with the ball A SSOCIATIONr at e u ndhaV c 2 I IG T.
ord' It was ridiculous. On th9 points with ade w y, than he was getting. He bd I d oe n't T a t
records. Gene Littler is abetter throw.from.behind-the-head shot. A ant to work his way around Inter Club Matches Medyay w then xte 20 eet-
player than Souchak. But while hly .shots were build- and allow screens to be set upw Wedrn naoer. -,





he got real hot down there and ey also were .buldIng up a lotte bail and shoot. PWA Inter Club Tournament lays B r' on Th 1@IA
th *h ot inathe a50's? What o wo uld of pressure n Feem 's mind.' Ths thinking was t a k e n towas played last Saturday at the nt.
SERPECTION P0 L U -- loi slike a team -of pi #aikltirs, but they be saying then?" He was turning into a erfection-'Stahl, who. as coach, had a few Panama Golf Club. Gamboa took on Friday. Games are e a'





at li the ul of a do e e e of to His complaint Is a natural one ist--a player ho raged a c h Ideas of his own 5 p t fom Bras Brooks Monday, Wednesday,
uts mae by the e. Bob Richards during New York meet. these days. Souchak, you s e e, ig rme he'd miss shot. All f which led to Frl ee man and Am dbrE a cornd Panama f ught -
tote the nearly identical form Richards displaysIn both. (NA) did his low-scoring on the reck- dropping from s ch ool. The sma to a 3-3 tie. Scoring so fari
enridge public g 0lf course in Robin He was leading the nation's ma- shooter says he'll return to Ohio Panama 3% points. Brazos Y: first half was Abe Coo "of iu,

.h d t lines of a bowling aHley. When COLUMBU Es, 0. ('NEA)- bounced into second p e by rious doubt n Columbus as to aboa on March 5th. Tee off be opOse e
r.t e e f 1. Ioe s Te or ite pros get on a course ke Those Robin Freeman jump shots lurman's Darrel Floyd. re- whether this will come about. timeIs 8:30 A.M. with Brazos ot ryor urg
S-in d a l 6 ,rh -n rthat, you could put together four -. l P. aThe guy who has a 31.5 aver- meeting Panama and 5 amboa secon a.L The publcI. .20. d .-.
to" u, m rounds ofw470 and come out rso 'ns hretage for thiq season-and adreceivedvs Amador. This latter match to come outandatch ths et,0 0 mf
.frs~thr down 4n the n also-rans th a te 0 1.... .. lb 2 1 0 l more votes than the fabled Tom should be close. The Amador battle of stars. n,




or d there'i s no sense inree. playing the lle 1e 1 r s2 1 TCola in a national magazine's All- team will be fighting to retain 0 -
s with two fore toree. EC C Mc last day. A r ln te ur 1 5 Cr n 2 IAmerica survey-won't be ablethe Mercurio Trophy and Ga -lm- ,
l and o' tRh There was no appartmt attempt to play again if he doesn't return boa seems determined they
r the s~.or t h cren the part Bphof the tournament tm, r ,o ,,lsState. won't.2
0-.on R e r .s. hb~ -i-n b...people to toughen the layout up- --ng Cro by D .f, i-'
Sthree men for his second win n t ent Sochaks ruled d keep BREAKS RECORD -











'oCMthe J uhr Cte SlM eaheA to ns o" an eva 1 0 o o ASe "ibraltar Life team n
CONZA8s T TR MACAWS ee the last two games.r w th his 257the crowing began. him out for a full year at anoth-d T ,
TakiSngalvta e f free With' the score to 1 their Another new record, they yell. -the cr school. Right now, Robin's offi organtown. W. Va. -(NEA) ob Hope, -





p singes andouriltsI n the Pafirst favor, the Pumas never stoper oed. U E1 cial version of the affair is that --Rod "Hot Rod" Hundlecrack
Inning the Conetoe pushed e ian Rui Para- tiethey hadthe score to 3 .to Now, to compare a 257 ove r PACIFICg L ie t eethwe LEAPEE L1





if the Ia eomtd shore e the Untertat es, Uru o a squeeze play insea ofu'the was enoug h two ins. 4 Croo, ab -0sE M Wk -- or year
t c mros ve s toeaiher er 1.on Ovelay and u er yCoriganBrea kemidge with say, anyth ing STANDING OF TEAMS Players AB H rest. If e feel better by icord of 577 points, the Wes
win in the send' half 7 to 6. were the attin stars ortheunder 285 at course rigged up 2nd HalfStudnor, f 1 02 andoethrou h ce sorin












Che Boionesh a ropher-inkthed ewt Indiesay nsime.ed M i. the e a- r baskertfLI te2a Priestes toed the mound orWa^rd2 0 0ing ared
Cas a ing l lyThs in the Pumas, Jmy getting three f as was Baltusrp for last years L I e. e 2 0 summer courses, he would be al- this season. Pedro Armendri in
first evr ing etuo arito e adldpree." / open or Oaklani Hills, outside reymour Agency 2 0 1.000 Tilley, lb 2 1 0 lowed to perform for the Buckeye0 _, .. ,
of every Oigt, p'hunity to addvna tofe ___e i "_ r_ of Detroit, four years ago, is ral Linco ln Life 1 0 1.000 Pajak, 2b 3 1 1 rsity next season HEADING SOUTH
their--tat first 'Ining, and at- hi diculous. aSpur Cola 1 o 0 1.000 Bright. as2 1 0 Thishowvrismprobable"olubusNEA The
though 4hr Macaws tried to -pITm m IS ALMOST AS ridiculous Gibraltar 1 1 .500 Corrigan, p 2 0 Alound herethey feel one of the Ohio State tennis team will play
peat their first gme.-tactics of Pan--t-h- r I as things will get if Stan MusialtElks 1414 0 2 .000Hern. re 21 0 oall-time best has mad his last three matches in Florida dpln
winning InTthe last'inning, Lem n a breaks Babe Ruth's home run Police 0 2 .000Camby, 3b 1 0 01appearance on the court the spring vacation.
Kirkland- choked off. their rally vle o- n Cor, mark now that the right te rih field oDevore, ef 2 0 0 ......
to earnthe victory. screen at Busch Stadium has Gibraltar 4, Police 2 Cross, c 2 0 0 -
Duonny Ryter -ws the' batting Dea; io l i been removed. .. -
starh for the Cotejos with threethekind-o i On i bigInning did the trick LINCOLN LIFE
for three. Jerry Durfet ledthenIT 5 e r.aehisrchaemanato f sports thn fori- he Giabraltar dLife team rInMcElhoneI 2b 0 0
Macaws with two for three. .|MEXICO CITY, March 2 (UP) Ing .which. demands outlan defeatingthe junior copper Bassett, 2b 2 0 0
SToday's game, the league lead- an American Games officials c or ou get yourself chaIn outfit. in the fourth Gibraltar Enelke, as 3 0 1
ing Ocelots will take on the Pa-|said they were not sure soccer e i you're the kind of a guy came up with four runsthe on-Duosc 0 0
If the Palomas should take them 12-26 international.competition. ed on a squeeze.play instead of butothet wsco enough to wnm 4 Crook, l b 0 0 0 2H
Into camp. The same oditon y fo confirm soccer a hom run. You'reacinch t 0 0
aito onhThe nl 'whenentries Argentina, the uthtp iQt f you want to bet that Btm2nratihonclb
e Palomas smothered* 'the- WestIndies, Venezuela a ,dMix- the averas basketball t i e ame riet R- .er toed the mound forWard- cf 2 0 0
legue lrea.eo ,'- ''cM s cb--...have..... ciapoints per am.the Pollce,and -b ranked he In- Whit, If c 1 1 0 "'
George fttbet roet hneeu uak hosi 0, suranrenhladstAn 1in4 lee.-Bowman, If 2 0 0
der willigettbe it'hl n -fn eanylsroert. e de cept the'fourth.. Inthe big".i'rr0 00
the Paloma, *1th Julio Dulois Meanwhile, thousands of.com-|He played the same cursee vye-Pruester th Iowed only one heitb utoyner, rf 1 0 0
or-Orlando NuAfuegetting $he callpe titonr from mot of the 23 rybody else did. Nor, can any several miscues bY J I team- Lambert, Sb 1 0 1
sports on the Games calendar be- bt
PUMAS TAKE POSESSION OF gan-training here lh earnest for. leaguee target they've made f'or The winning pitcher was Butch
SB(0OND PIACE the two-week long competitions, him in right field. he
Jumping on the Palomas' 'Delegations from Argentina,. The rap must be taken how- Rager, th classy southpaw, he
pitching, In.he. bottom, of- the the Dominican Republic, Para- ever, by the, kind of thinking-too Pitched Shut out ball for all
fifth zIng tn score eleven-runs. guay, the United States, Uru- which goes into a sports promot- Innings except the fourth, when
the Pumas took over second uay and Venezuela were already Ingtoday. From baseball to gInf he was charged with two runs.
place on the strong arm of Jim- here. The remainder were ex- promoters have shown a mar.cc_ In fact out de of a the fourth in- EV.
my Lovelady, who held the Palo- pected to arriev within the next disinterest for the on' e who apre-ning both Rage daond P niester set LR -
mas t.o one hitand only walked few days. ciates a well-played event" They'- the batters down. The OnlyhA S T R O K E O F E U C K
ma to on. h d y......... "Ve leaned, instead to the peopleplyru to get more than one hit.
S "who wantsa knocicout in every off Rager was his mound oppon-
",...fight, a home u-u in every in. ent who had two singles. ,
rning. The box score:


t\ \\ Everything is a circus. The
\\. /-\\ -. | same for golf. We wonder how
\\ .. .. the winner of this year's Masters
\ \ Tournament will feel when he
\\ walks off with his respect ble
card-after 72 holes of battling
one of the nation's finest tests of
golf-and is called a bum for not
\ ~ i cipping a stroke or so off Sou-
\ ,. chak's record.

* U Marqueftte Scout

S\i Takes Two Days


To Learn Nothing
MILWAUKEE (NEA)-Mar.
quette's Jack Nagle always views
;rcuting trips with apprehension,
since his "flyer", to Detroit.
Coach Nagle went to the Mo-
tor .City to scout Detroit, but
weather grounded his flight at
Cleveland. Atter hanging around
Cleveland for a day, he finally
hopped a train back to Milwau-
kee.
He returned to Marquette two
days late and with no scouting re.
port.

Playground

Spor


tournament ended last week.
Sixty boys took part in the
tournament and approximately
400 games were played.
The top eleven finalists wer:
lst-Oeorge Aleman.
2nd-Sully Toussteh.
3rd-Lem trkland. *
Kb-MLke Bettsak
6th-Roy Watson.
7th-Mike.Nahbned.
8th-Jesse Crageord,
oth--ohn aodrask.


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Players J
Dempsey, cf
Klipper, 3b
Dehlinger, 2b
Ammirati, as
Roe, If
Brown. If
Corrigan, rf
Barnes, 2b
Elliot, lb
Priester, p
Potter, c
GIBRALTAR
Snyder, lb
Marquard, 3b
Adams, 2b
Brandon, ss
Jackson, rf
Rager, p
Wilson, If
Hutchinson, c
Steiner. cf


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Second Half
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ncoln Life 2 0 1.0O
your Agency 2 0 1.0O
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braltar Life 1 1 .51
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SLincoln'Life 2, Elks 1414, 1
The hustling lowly Elks nearly
pulled the upset of the season,
when they lost to Lincoln Life
by one run in the finale ning.
Going into' the last stanza
were leading the overwhelming
favorites by the slim margin of
1 to 0. Up to that point Larry
corrigan had shutout the Liters.
but two baees on balls andi a
clutch hit by Lambert tallied the
winning run in the form of Al-
bert White.


The Elks Jumped toe I-to 0
lead in the first inning, and Lar-
ry Corrigan pitched superb ball
frame after frame, until the last
inning. He allowed only three
hits.
Of course, his mound oppon-
ent was also In excellent form,
Ralph Perky. P arf whiffed
fourteen hatsmen and gave up
only two hts. It ws tough
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PANAMA, R. P., W3DNIDA.ILMARCH X, 1985


FIVE CENT


US 7th Fleet Still As Strong



As At Tachen Is. Evacuation


TAIPEI, March 2 (UP) -
Vlce-Adm. Alfred M. Pride said
today the U.S. Seventh Fleet Is
"substantially" as strong today
as It was during the historic
Tachen evacuation and is pre-
pared to meet any Communist
attack.
Pride told newsmen that
the beefed up fleet of six air-
craft carriers plus cruisers and
destroyers assembled for the
Tachen evacuation last month
has been kept "substantially


Your Form In 5


)R HOW TO AXE YOUR TAX: 8.


i .-. .---- .
By RICH LRD A MULLENS
This article takes up the last
thiee scheuleIs o0 rci,.j)... ig in
come on Form 1040. It will help
you if you have income from pen.
sions or annuities, rents and royal.
ties, and miscellaneous items ol
income such as prizes and awards.
'mLere have been a number of
changes in Schedule E (page 2 of
Form 1040) used for reporting in-
come from pensions and annuities.
Under the old law, annuity pay-
saents were taxed annually on three
X cent of the cost of the annuity
til the amount receiva4 tax-free
euaUed the dost o, ~e o pnnuity.
Thereafter, te recipient paid tax
- tha *mtire annultt p naunt re-i


the same" In troubled Formo- Communist invasion of Quemoy
san waters. ''and Matsu Islands.
. The Seventh Fleet commander "I won't reveal our tactics,"
arrived here from Japan in .a Pride told reporters in a plane-
two-engine Navy plane to confer side Interview. "But I'd like to
with top Navy offlaers arriving have the other fellow reveal
tomorrow with Secretary of State his."
John Foster Dulles. 'The Nationalist Chinese, ac-
cording to reliable sources ex-
Pride refused to reveal if the pected Dulles to feel them out on
Seventh Fleet will move deeper the possibility of giving up Matsu
Into the Formosan Straits Ie- and Quemoy Islands In order to
tween mainland China and For- end the fighting in the Formosa
mosa to head off threatened straits.
Pride was to be Joined shortly
by Formosan patrol task force
h p Tomorrow Dulles was schedul-
ed to arrive from Manila. ac-
companied by Pacific Naval chief
SAdm. Felix B. Stump, assistant
secretary of state Walter Rob-
ertson Douglas McArthur II and
a staff of Asian experts.
At the same time U.S. Chief of
Naval Operations Adm. Robert
Carney was to arrive from Wash-
inton with a staff of Naval Far
eastern experts.
It would be the biggest Sino-
goes in column 3; another is the American war council ever held.
method of depreciation to be 'used, Meanwhile Communist can-
which goes in column 5 and the non capable of reaching every
last is the expected life of the part of Quemoy bombarded the
property. Nationalist outpost during a
If you are rentlnl out a house tour of the U.S. military. as-
or anything larger, you would be asitance advisory ceief and the
wise to get expert -help in setting younger son of Generalissimo
up Schedule H for the first time. Chiang Kal-shek.
It, however, you are renting just A war communique said the
a part of your house or relatively Red shells, number unspecified,
small items such as house furnish- crashed into Quemoy while ith
ings, the following simple rules for defenses were being inspected by
filing out Schedule H will gener. Maj. Gen. William C. Chase and
ally satisfy the Internal Revenue Gen. Chiang Wel-kuo.


Service:
The "cost or other basis," was
fully explained in Article 6 of this
series.


Elswhere along the offshore is-
land front activity was limited
to routine air and naval patrols
between Quemoy and Matsu.


spived. There wa" m-uch criticism al ,= B a Land is not depreciable so do not Authoritative sources report,
ox this old rua because most non. "I E OTAO Include the value of your lot in the Chiang was prepared for
employee annuitants could not re. "i r cost or other basis" of your frank and ful discussion wit
cover the cost of their annuities ._ house in computing depreciation, the Americans, laying the fac
tax.free unless they lived beyond However, the cost of any major and claims on the line.
their life expectancy. FILLED-IN SAMPLE of Schedules E, F. 0 and H is reproduced improvements or additions should
here to give you an idea of the figures required on return. be included in "cost or other bas-
Under the new annuity rule, the Is" of your home.
recipient is not taxed on that part by using complicated life expec- Do not report the following pen. If you are renting two out of six US Navy SecrelIl
of i-.s annual annuity payments tancy tables. sons or benefits, as.they are not rooms in your house, take one.
I- r.'.,il to the cost of hisl If you are receiving an annuity taxable: third of the "cost or other basis" T anama
I hv hi, total ex- or pension, It Is suggested that youu | Government pensions to voter- and put that amount in column 3 | T i011
pected .eturr over the life of the contact the insurance company ans or their families, of Schedule H, after filling out col-
S.1- is axea on any ex-'or other agency from which you; Social security benefits. umns I and 2. If you rent one out A|l Anei
ce -. receive payment's. Most of these Railroad retirement pensions, of seven rooms, take one-seventh, JVuIII Sicw
Once the taxable and non-tax- organizations are set up to furnish Armed forces retirement pay and so on.
able portion of his annual annuityyou the information needed to fill based on a disability resulting from Next,estimate how many years Secretary of the Navy Char
are established, they remain con. ,out Schedule E. ..ctive service. your house or other rented prop- Thomas is scheduledto le
stant throu hout the term of his The fact tnat an annuity con-1 Rental income is' reported on eity will last from the time youu Washingrton, D.C., arch1
annuity anSchedule E on Page 2 ofin Formract or pension was partially. paid Schedule F or Form 1040. Money first began renting a part of it. 15" central American and C
SSchdul E on Pa 2 of For by your employer does not af- vou receive for renting any prop- The Internal Revenue Service has an, Central American andeas
1040. fret the method by which it is crty must be reported. However, found the average brick house rbbean aecretar's tnerr
In order to fill out Part I of taxed. However, you must sepa. the schedule has columns for de- lasts about 40 years from the time Te Secretary'a visit iner
Schedule E wo as to arrive at the late your share of the cost from ducting expenses so that you are it was oullt, and an average frame cires, rom Mar h 18 to 24 at t
taxable portion of an annuity, it the amount contributed by your only taxed on the profit. house about 30 years. invitaires, fron of the overnme 24 ant
!s necf'ary to determine several employer and show only your cost Read over the section on Rents Home furnishings average about invitation and overnight st
amounts. One of these, the invest- In line 1 of Schedule E. Your em. and Royalties on Page 11 of the iC years. You can use tlese es- art Guantanamo Panama, Lig
meant in the contract or annuity pioyer or the agency which pays official Instructions. This tells what 'Imates as a guide for determining Rio de Janeiro, Trindad and
which oes on line 1 is the total you the annuity or pension should to report as income and also cover how much longer your property Juan.
cost to you of the contract or an- furnish this Information. the items you can deduct as ex- will labt. If you think your property Thomas will be accompany
nulty less any payments received If your contribution Is not more penses. will last longer than the above by Gen. Lemuel C. Shepherd,
tax-free in previous years under Il.an the amount of the pension or Depreciation is the most difficult guides use the longer period. Put commandant of the Mar
the old three per cent rule. rnnulty payments which you will expense to compute, especially for the number of estimated years in Corps; Vice Adm.Frank G Fa
Line 2 of Schedule E calls for receive in the first three years those who rent only a room or two column 6. P't in column 4 the to- rion, commander Amphnlbk
an amount equal to the expected after payments start, then you do in their home. The official explana. tal depreciation on the property Force, s Atlandlc Fleeta R
payments to be received. If the not report the amounts received tion of depreciation Is also on Page you have deducted in previous A F r.harln' t W Wic lns,
annuity contract is for a fixed under the general rule discussed 11. Note that the new law liberal- years. The amount shown in col- Adm. of Charles W. Amrican
%umber of years, that determines above. Ies depreciation on new assets umn 3 of Schedule F cannot be rector of the P naval Missican
he number of annual .paymaptesl Instead you report the amounts -onstructed or acquired after Dec. more than column 3 minus column fairs andn U.fi.of Chief of NaM
which, when multiplied by the in Part II of Schedule E. This part l 1953 provided the asset has an 4 of Schedule H ODiviseration officearof Chief of Nall
amount of the annual payment, Is quite simple to fill out. It per. expected life of three or more If you are using the straight- BeecherJr., chief of inform
will give the expected return. mits y.ur pension or annuity pay- years. e method of depreciation, enter tion for the Nvy Departme
M annuities, however, are for meats to be recovered tax-free up. There are three items which .n column 5 of Schedule H the and Capt. Andrew McB. Jacks
the ife of one or more persons. to te amount of your cost or con- shouldd be carefully determined the words "Stralht Line." This means Ca.l ,ide to the Secretaryc
The expected returns from such 'tribution. Thereafter, the payments first year you use Schedule H. One you are dividing it up into equal the Navyecretary
contracts can only be determined are fully taxed. Is the "cost or other basis," which yearly portions.
Now divide the amount you put The complete Itinerary
g1 0m m m mI m i m m I mI m I I n column 3 by the number of March 13 depart Wahlngt
I ears in column 6. This will give D.C.; March I-1. 3 uan-
,yRE LE A SE you the de"recation to show in namo March 14-16 Pana
column 7. This same amount is March 16-17 Lima; March
TT then shown in column 3 of Sched- 24 Buenos Aires; March 24
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| to report room rent s b| sint ys Juan; March 28 Arrive Wa
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as the place to report income from LONDON. March 2 (UP)W-
an estate or trust, allmony or sep- Duke of Edinburgh bought AI
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a court order rewards or prlzes, ham Palace today.
recoveries of bad debts, and bealt, Sounding for all the world
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for medical expenses- which r- asked the saleam"n the
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Some quarters expected the
Communist to undertake some
show of force to Impress the
American visitors.
For the first time, Communist
torpedo boats were reported
operating In waters near Matau.
Nationalist sources said their
presence constituted a grave
threat to the Island outpost.


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WILLA MP, who recently
completed 50 yeais of contin-
uous service with the Indus-
trial Division in Cristobal,
makes a thank-you speech' at
the community affair held in
his honor under the sponsor-
ship of the Rainbow City Civic
Council. In the background, Is
Governor J. S. Seybold who at-
tended and participated in the
Community program.


The suspeMson of home leave quest for a suawemeitae 'aMp
and reduced rate travel benefits priation for theeurrmnt fiscal
for Canal Zone GQ"ernment em. year.
rloyes which went eito effect lait The prompt lifting the travel
Sunday was lifted yesterday. order made poie the a
It was. announced at Balboa rangement with t an Binaau of .e
Heights that the processing of ap- Budget will allow ea es of t
plications is being resumed. Canal Zone Goarm fto l
The restoration followed receipt the general leave as.
of approval from the Burea of the been sem up In the v units
budget of a Canal Zone Govern- for the current quarter.
ment request that funds appr- ..._ ap.
tioned for fourth quarter employee Tche a prcsfotra-"_ appi-
travel be made available for uses. c Uu.Ie larat ek .4Iars aal
in the current period. Z e s Goene fnds wlsv'a ld
The reapportionment allows the from., ft ar@ Salyeal
home leave travel benefits and .re.- a*.pro .Bon~, cal year
duced rate leave travel to be thtlW nr .ee
continued as previously scheduled ZS a-S-.
pending Congressional action orn fjr ch 'al'r a r nurss,
Canal Zone Government's re- ti over e ur
e Bureau of thfe Bud ad
fixed amount est to saver
prter
Australlan Floods d"' cun .
Scanno be exeisdW, upon
worSl in Ul release of the neca d a by
b4:B Bea l o of t 6
The funds now rel" for use
H ril U I in this quarter are to
Dead, Missing un" ^ g
eleavetravel untilp xmately
SYDNEY, Australia, March 2-- _.Ap 1 whe eonln e of
(UP)-- The dead and missing to- ProI b reagnr thte lemainder
tailed 55 today in the sixth day of -e present .Ecal eaw ile.
o the worst floods in the history poend upon the acuetio ke.n w
of Australia. CoZgr on the lupple mental ap.
Clearing skies and receding riv. proplaU, .o
ers promised relief to large areas
of the state of New South Wales um
on the six days of the floods. a l' IfilliWA lKlU I
But the flood crest of the Namol W i uIV eIV HulllIIe
river bore down on the town of
Wee Was where 1,500 persons Rn
have been isolated for two days. II y IWm u
The crest was expected to reach p t. l
the town at any hour. rFomAl ( O*s IlMdk "
There were 25 known dead V WVV *iuil
throughout the state in Southeast-
ern Australia. Thirty' other per. SAN JO8, Cot Rica, March I
sons were missing and believed (UP) A California treasure.
drowned hunting expedition returned
Unofficial re p o r t s said the empty-handed Ilat night fror
death toll might climb to more COCOS Islan. rs.fte aI n search
than 200 when all reports from for a legendary $0,1,000 In
outlying areas are tabulated. gold and j .s.
~________ The searchers, led by Charles
., i, u. Williams, of Manhatt1n Beacs,
Girl Soldiers Cal., said they thought somebody
beat them to the treasure By
Busting Out elght months.
william aid he found evl
All Over dence of recent dynamite blastu
ll OYver at the salte indicated aa the "troh
NEW ORLEANS, March 2 (UP) sure spot" biy s 1-year-old map
Women soldiers eat at least he. said had been willed to himj
three times as much as the men by a se capta ,. ,
a former chief quartermaster He said he plasa to return t
who directed feeding of the US. il-five days.
armed forces said today. Willianms ws ac eapanied
"You can't keep the little girls the expedition by l3 panone ,
out of the post exchange," kald plu a. guaz 1A 1 le n from
Maj. Gen. Herman Feldman Rot. the Costa Reid armed forces.
"They begin to bulge out In the He had agreed to share Say
wrong places and we can't keep treasure found equally with the
them in the uniform sizes." Costa Rica government.
"We put the WACa on a diet
but they ate three and four times BALBOA TIDES
as much as the average soldier
Feldman recalled. He ascribed THURSDAY. MARCH 4
their appetites to living in the HIGH LOW
open and said "they were never 10:56 a.im. 4.43 a.a
really hungry before." 11:11 p.m. 5:15 p.m.


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