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The Panama American
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
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Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00670
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pdetlofthe Naorgantional Fe ions which were not on worst wtefront fire tn orgasdct Dr. Harry Hen- Whis was te-haired Stevenson, who of Guzado. encourage employes to take leave of absence in the St

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oeIpres sedwitoftheon or-. 0 o hrs t t 1 nerves in the ,abdome which if drugs, the drasc action Is taken titin by approving a report lately cn also be qu h i

America Leon Post No. 1, first of a series ofweeklyreflex effect of Instead. you do the thin you su the port of Botnedby a three-man co-onement the Bermuda con- Teatou Yeadea winot be r 'from its .

a ECamt and withA. Black; conferences yesterday after a ed mostly by smaller vessels- ain the heart secop)ret have been taught a t riment location he ttee t hed t ime be- ted a fe a
Cana Zt PoUf ce on, forma cabinet ee that he though once clipper ships w ore Medical time, two added. Escobar-Mand lec on quez plea I avor recto iein receo the md
a ... n thed t ke te nor a o mt kels ailment was cere- rhe plant s and trees vital to n uzado. e enod em s to ake eed o een
e ation eees today sa fhin boat oric thro and said how everyday life as well as an ex- rean for the Crstoballd- on t another now
a AcAtM595 which ham sparked m ohh fIs- Topthousaid s from the n Electrical Marine Shonp lives n The report pointed out that and to take their vaca

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Another emp r eree 55 s the second mjor fire o eration, except that his hrt Assembly tthe rn dued the mpeached leave travel rule rsted b a ched tr co T alrt h
Kh corrI, r Poreich bdget through the Na- broke rout at 3:30 an.m. the fai r vessels which become clogged, usuatot plants m t. gr thc atio d as and noIt wans announced tabt ytheeI Ote eres b
c. McG. Brandt appeared for tresinae Fonwso aerted ur- damageto ac ityblacificCivicfCouncilnforuarCormesisrep oaryewvidinelof tbose on
U.S. Citizens, Association saidsent moves today to reopen at chester wHclast nigh ManI to tacauaVst e ver tion-well," T i llaf er on cuhe dsblyth ae o ntheorulei dl
today thiataithou f&? o was aco-n A lyhome rulehtalkssseN H., lastednto nDeathaIns153 anbeensuitinThisgrsemblynchangedinthenrulearin sem- days, beginning March IIlt rI

sn the early formtis in the fall of the P rre their as theroaring out of rand the readtients willing, onpower. the Tre aty of Mutual s p. o the
appears thisrmadwGell.&,be-Mhndesetaen Box c waue ne lb tLn mrc bUndeotandirng signed o
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lThe,0a mizatncd thiter uly some time ateiwino onsis ls ie nches of water as t h'eyt tr w 5 Churchill made theas t er 5g
cenptrs presnt yesterday f A governmn t snt okesmo w sal, battled the sutply outf-C ood tn d 0oinexplaining why heo. Gatun CIVI Unail, xp s

r werebeoe the s e Scores of Canal zone resident sin behalf of .his council apred bld banklte:
Saf fray and Wy n- nd add d the dte for renewed d put Fi retChief, W I 11 m aa pank e ad Presiden there T r a o nth he fite i
Shaw;US ,tC Mrs. Longmore anegotiationsobetw en top French Terr w ordered the five alarms o tc sonac.te rae viatoe r een tarei utn- rone mall adev toiner y s rn fars f ementi to leve.ro
urla C.bshao aroT wndinre of thedntant ,he e d tookpower.His illness was ethe two and one-half hour In-.! brly arrangements w adi l
A Ve ans ibe likely arow heMarch1. 1 fed.trom his car on arrival reason, theoppotonof Mr. Ei-spection tours of the C arnal Zone visit last week of Vice .Pre:id.At o
Chapter Mo. 1. D. P La PA. U Also slated to take part rInto-t he ewe w senhower the other. Exporida 'ittGatrdeneat.SummitwThen La s Servicame or ein t and Mrs. Nixon, the asoytca-oconferre d wit
VeteranstAs- day's disecislons was Moroccan He calledit Boston's worst wa- His statement confirmed spec. which began during Januar utn will o e ornina pades and the free ferry trie tterl fron t aw
soiationf, Post No.. 10, s. H. De- Resdelit-thersl Francis A th terfroU fire.in two decades; ouatlf n at t he tmer hemay h ave der the supervision of Roy S earp a new locationon, wing 900- OP-from harwhoa to Balboa, s aipe h

vaney, A. AnPerO and Ralphe cOnters ouFle Oa these people can be meen0as suffered a administration budnt the, fonature of the Grounds Mainteg.anc move into the anne Bt'y.ouesetary, opote ht

C.. Camp and. A. Black; conferences yesterday. after a used mostly by smaller vessels- ference was kept secret. rsonot manyfavorableS i ils
James L. other; has been authorized to stake- the moored alongside. most likely his ailment was core-, the plants and trees vitaW t gneybldrepliedinrespose

Schicle, breadfruit and the can- utilized by the Commissary Di-ie o

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P'" p MONTH. IN ADVANCE 1.70 2.50
1' 7 o oNE YEAR. IN AOVANCE e 18.50 24.00o By VICTOR RIESEL
Old karl Marx, who started all A t agl -*Xe is I
THIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN the trouble would be surprised ane
SI to discover that in these United &PI .d
T H Eb iA l Lh Bn V States there are more signs of the and wtat eoru- c r tttr l
tt*t PAN N L TR Y or class struggle during _rosperity re Feb m h reT Efle.er
-, fight each other only when we can by the .a govern "o a atin dpa
afford to. andine 0 S*
The Mail lox is an open forum for readers of The Panama American As jobs tnghtened up all over
Tthoe Mloxn i As jobs athtened up all ovev r ad beel 9. d m e doi
ettrs are received gracefully and are handled in a wholly confidential the country this past year, a new ub. y- 'e eate Gs a subemd, m d
e. phenomenon developed. Un 1 o n s on the wheat and imported t l er, wha
f yeou contribute a letter don't be impatient if It doesn't appear the began saving beleaguered com- onethe wheat and .imported "what
Feat duy. Letters are published in the order received. pdnies-and millonaires btg a n wheat from CanaboaS ea dinco hat SI t
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length. buying up mills to save jobs in ci 13 cents a bushel because s all
: Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. beleaguered communities. as hog feed. ,
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions They were hatgd with dera m
presIed in letters from readers. Oregon pilots raised funds to the U.S. government of o ta
0 o keep an airhne flying.St. Lot s 700,000. Yet, tho ghoi ndkltede o it h
t Teamsters yielded a 44 cents an q| June 10 last year the charges ctat CrMRfls E I~O Fe .
PANCANAL TURKEYS hour package increase to keep were dropped onM .e 12 .this . ,
iThat yellow Aristotle was right about job security not coming their company in business. CIO by the same man who indict an indications
S fellow Aristotle was right about ob security not coming electrical workers voted to trim .them-on orders from Atto hearing that the- V
o those who don't fight for it. expenses at the Otis Elevator Co. General Brownell.... poratio had a
Down through the years we have watched with amazement plant to keep it from leaving New Orders came after Gov. Alla ment with ta
MS Now the Canal administration has been downgrading positions York in search of lower costs. Shivers ot Texas nd lunched wh Galvestoo waang to i, h..
owly but systematically. Each time there has been loud but But suddenly the "mutality of president Eisenhower on Jan. 25. hecial considerate n.
S ineffectual protest, largely. we suspect, because there has been interests between the union and Neer the White House nor ov- their wheatwth t
o unity. e boss" wa dramatized by Alexeor Shivers would comment what. One was a letter
r The phenomenon is somewhat like Sergeant York's explana- Rose's AFL Hat, Cap and MBllin- hat they had talked ut, eandtdKello of the ange Corp n M t
lion of his picking off a record number of Germans during World Aey Workers Union, wnicn has oeen no comment was avale ab out neapogs fr o the un e C o. Ion r -
War 1. He used a trick that worked while hunting turkeys that hard hit by the modern women's n the dismissal of the indict n eOirth rpsBaatine
consisted in picking off the rearmost turkey and working up head 'kerchief craze. except a terse statement from it h
toward the front. Justice Department that the offi- "Further for your Informatio
The Canal works in a similar manner as it picks off one Alex Rose six-ftot veteran of ials indicated "were not respopnsid the Galveston whiarf sm r
Mall group after another. The smug "turkeys" to the front al- Wllenby's legion in Arabia, has rle for the guilt of the company. sme that Car een othe h-epy n
Ws s believe it can't happen to them. Thus it is that the Per- long set fashions in labor relations The ormpathe guilt of the o gra shipper) ha been applyig wmuc
onnel Division (how they must hate themselves) has gone to an Is one of ue background policy NEAService. Inc. concern, te unge Corporation to essure to get a. oo mix out o
<.rk in turn on the clubhouse and commissary salesladies the l akers for the national An L it- pleaded llty in federal court and the G'fl but that e o t
reat cutters, the non-veteran truckdrivers, the ferry a o self. After weeks of negotiating wc.. wasd ann ,000. take care of Bunge thst asa ap-
rators the signalmen, the lock operators and have made a it his hard-hit industry, Rose Jst how a corporation, ws reeated the
couple of moves toward thefiremen. announced that me batters would o operated by individuals, can of course know the details
Now, there is a devastatingy simple argument backing the L insist that the employers in- uty without individuals who cur arrangement with him."
; Now there Is devastating gwi c e s p le ep arg m ornta nt t f g t e t he und W ...side w ipor thiv er c i id so
Canal economy" and inasmuch a there is an unlimited ease iner aynts operate t also being guilty When this letter was read to
supply of cheap labor close by. this process can go on indefinitely :on pension .und from two perce Justice Depaitment would not ex- vator manager Thornton, he come
tiil all but supervisory jobs have been turned over and then, By P na ine the one percent plain. tmemented "Well, we take cre of
not replace a grade 13 or 15 with a capable Paamania ose waved $350,000 a ar fr WOR TESTIMONY customerCargill was not a
S"n t wot thr o n e ae a ga y u ri ae s b u yokc e m eet- As a result of this device of d ly
Remember, in all fairness, that the promoters of this do n-, an three epars., insteadne tOad s in- Fruaey t fsihc in ba eat wit somon se'.e
m fading scheme tre sincere in their efforts to safeguard the "be stay cou to s athe mon- Fortunately the facts in the e b
terestb of the US." ey into a new Mllinery Ittue are a mtel of sworn record good w the Snte .
*' o! We America. Thisi nsthtute will be pare n by a doatt o agrit worn e it five concude thot
S Th folly of tns policy that the cheap labor, compelled by aVl by a b o a r d f stituten taken by a S enate agriculture Subcommittee Ae lt ha
Secessity to take the lobs are not happy because they know howwnch t ab unn want red to be s o n m n fon questittee then in charge of the t p .
muca the former Incumbentson h erunin rant d u to abe eo no ti e a friinishm snoiityo Republicans. The Justice Departb the C r C
Sthe Observer Wstri clyca onqorityt weeJd hop w havey ment prosecutor who andi ed l th n was bound to suffer,
Thp patte will O v to indicletment of the five grain oper-l
COCO OLThe nsttute wll attempt to ators C. K. Richards, was also a Ninety-five per cent of the
COCO on cOLITO make Aenteria, not Parisf the hat and By BOB RUARK Republican appointee, selected bcharge-offs against the Commodity
Stha s d s on center o the wearing of hatnd Attorney General Brownell to ha- Credit Corporation were for No.
Feel that I M. Tenant from Coco Sollto should know some in a natilron w there milonsr of ami- o le .ti pr rtioul ac oe ric paS
R dte which should a d have been apparent to her rather thang writer le nsliv n wher e- muu.s of faes ofi-- Richards showed obvious irrmae i te ce ,-
ats which should have been apparent to her raer tan write es live in te suburbs and dress MADRID. Spain-f there is any- These people get up in the dirty for winding u with four or five ton women he got orders from Wash tell ow Thornton used U.
uh.a letter. lixe they've gone back to e earta thing I would rather not be than a dawn nd stagger home beat at minutes o fm after .a whole ington to dismiss the ndictmentgovernment wheat to improve that
Out of hundreds of apartments in the housing project forever. bullfighter itisan actor or a di- eight, with their faces smudges day's shooting. Rossen has spent The Justice Department also did of his Argentine customer.
i" doubt whether the manageress could knock at each one at Rose told me: rector in a notion picture. ~An oldI and their hair scraggly, wanting five years of preparation-three of not explain why in an almost iden-
T 0Wm sharp. Instead I imagine that she is ambitious enough to "We want to popularize the lash crony dragged me out the other nothing so much as a drink, batn research all over the globe, and tical case, the Transit Grain Co. "Only 66 per cent of the charge
e f n knocking at doors at that hour and then only at the doors Iio value of muliery for the con- day to see the fAlmmg of "Alex- and a bed. Then they go out again:two in writing the screen play. of Fort Worth, which mixed its offs against Bunge Corp. were or
of tenants who need constant reminders that their apartmentslIsumers of Ameriqa. We are volun under the Great," which Robert t stand around in a vast, gloomyThere are more technicians than own grain with that belonging to these grades. And yet the ship
r grounds are in dire need of at least a policing. arily accepting a minority role Rossen is making here, and I ave full of ersatz archeology and xtras, and Lord knows they got the U.S. government, two of its loaded for each graded about the
From personal experience I have found that the tenants who in the handling of the bribe which came home pale and shaking. obscene technical monsters an d about half of Spain signed up to officers pleaded guilty, were fi d same. When this information is
'do the most complaining are tlhe ones that never clean up after we hope will revive the industry. For some peculiar reason I had' .istful extras, yelling technicians tte a spear $20,000 each and sentenced to three coupled with testimony covering
hemelves and would rather live in the accumulated dirt. his union wants no management never seen a movie in its physical d specialists who do nothing but Babies will be born, weddings years in sent mencedixing t out bad wheat on ever
I.M. Tenant must be a maid-dependant wife who rises at prerogauves. We feel that the busi- fming, and the aspect is awful. shout, "Quiet!" "Sdencio!" will be held divorces will result, In the alveston case, however, ship and slugging every ip, one
S lsoon daily only because the apartment becomes hot by then and, ness of promoting business Is the Never did so many people labor Spain is here for the visiting eld friendships will shatter, fit an important figure was involved: wonders what grade of wheat Com-
lurther sleep would be difficult. If she did arise earlier she could business of business people. ,o hard and so seriously at make- English and Americans to see, butfights will take place and some- E. H. Thornton, Sr., whose son is modity Credit Corporation actually
d something constructive rather than sleep all morning and "We want to fight the trend to- believe. The inside shots are using all they se is the Seva Studios, body will ge stepped o by an Governor Shivers' commissioner of eceved.
irink coffee and complain to other tenants during the after- wars casual dressing. bout 200 people on the same set until they pick up and wander off elephant before this massive chore highways, former college room
..~~ Iu erlX 5 H 5 iIb e Te w e now; before Rossen finishes he'to such places as Segovia, Man- isa finished and Prince Peter folds mate, ad managed rece T m
ow; g a ce matc, an oar aT recent "The epoye inccharge eAo eoad*
Pertaining to the trash collection cans. Originally each can "The union feels that the young- ll be working with upward of zanares and Malaga, where they'll his tent to go back to the peace of election campaign in he shps ws ormer re
st have been provided with a lid since companies mak the a generation especially must Te v500 souls, al With beards, shin at-least be .ut-of-doors, but Wqrk- his household. Te end product hough.theent o been fire
st way. Therefore we can assume th Il en of I.M. enantsi ated in the value of estheti guards and furkirt s. Being an ing, no es bitterly and in the wiM be' two ours of. factual fha- Thorntdo, Br,, i s th tdi
playfully took them away to play b a d robbers or some- ore rng-and that includes hats. dctor is someWhat less glamorous dust, as well. 'tasy, ,which the critics may or sworn record before the W.atb use.'ustokeriu h b*'oimodty.
i of the sort because their mothers weren't there to tell This promotion will emphasize the t$an being a subway guard or a This may be the most ambitious may not knock. Agriculture Committee shoWs'that Credit Coration who dhfd only
Uem different., mutuAlity of interests between the lunch-counte attendant, since all of the wide-screen cinemascopes It all makes me nervous. ornton, then manager of eleva- good wea in the elevator ould
S Rather than sleep all morning and gossip with the neighbors union and the employer because t actors do is stand around al day to come down the pike so far, Someow I naively thought that tor B at Galveston, boasted of the only lose."
ill afternoon I'm sure those children could use some supervision, tianscencis any other diverse and on poor, hurty feet while the di- since Rossen plans to conquer the movies just got born, like babies, way he flouted the law and de Despite this record, rwnel
thereby halting missing GI can lids. inflicting interests which we may sector hollers at the extras andworld thoroughly and in sequence, and showed up intact attheneigh- cived the government I missed the indictment of Mr.
We now come to the spray truck. I sincerely believe that. have. the electricians fiddle with the and he proposes to do it in five borhood house. Thornton.
I.M Tenant (the perpetual complainer) would complain more if lighting and the camera rides months. This even beats Alex-. LUGGIG..G" SHIPS
she contracted yellow fever or malaria, the things the truck pre- "It may bring a great measure hack and forth The cameraman ander's record for swift conquest. There is one thing, though, A
wentt. of harmony in our national indus- is about the only one who egts to By the time theyfinish shooting tbe Russians attack they will not "I gave orders," testified Thr-
S Rather, she complains about the few minutes work, her hus- ial life-for we hope we have set 0il down-except, in this instance, the battle scenes, Rossen w ill find us unprepared. We got a pow- ton, "to slug as many ships as
Moads work, since manual labor is not for her, spent In wiping a pattern which will show how both Prince Peter of Greece, the tech- have enough men and military crful lot of horses, helmets, and possible."
,Le minute amount of spray off her Cadillac. sides need each other and ian nical advisor. Prince Peter has experience to qualify for NATO. long, sharp sticks, and if Alex- "Whatdo you mean by slugging
ef I mention Cadillac because IM. Tenant didn't mention the help each other survive built himself a kind of indoor tent, One of the staggering things aInder the Great could conquer the a ship?" asked Senator Thy, Re- R
(rent she pays at Coco Solito. For the small rental fee the serv- Although this move of the hat- and huddles inside of it. away about an undertaking of this size world without Hollywood, then Bob publican of Minnesota.
oes are mqre than adequate, and the difference saved in rentals ters' union is the most dramatic fiom the thronging barbarians. is its logistics and the preparation hossen's got his conquest bagged. "Put as much of these offgrades
pa for a higher priced car very easily, because it yields 1,000,000 for the -- on as you can get by with," replied
If LM. Tenant is a Navy wife she could very easily move to promotion of the industry, the labor n ao Thornton, referring to the device
housing and pay twice her present rate for housing for bet- outfit nas aso been helping its of mixing high grade grain belong
.r quarters. But you will note that there is no long line waiting employers fight against ine flood ing to the Commodity Credit Cor-
o that housing because I.M. Tenant and the like would rather of cheap caps from Japan and felt portion or others with low stan
less rent and spend the rest for non-essentials. Besides, if jat bpdoes frp. save abpr. fa.lWi dard grain stored in the same ele-
te moved what would she have to complain about? stories in Communist Czechoslova- vator by somebody else. e
S One solution is readily apparent. I.M. Tenant can always go kia. The caps and hats have "If an inspector had o turn
ack to the States and live with In-laws. That way the rent hurt American industry by under- way from his assignment for fitr.
Raved would buy two Cadillacs and also stop the spray problem. selling us. WASHINGTON-(NEA)- Wash i th teen esalintor' lemis atdoust lo s n pgn re i fntesoal y, "you.d ea go ao n
Intoing elet mehremindo Mrs. Tenantrthath She sntto odm- Just as labor has bega helping ington representatives of some of have a total population of over a But the Philippines ., Thaland" T.ye,, oul dn ,,-' g . u
do e here. The Government brought her here to provide it "boss," there are millionaires te 30 Airican and Asian nations billion and a quarter-half of the Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam an r. Toron, who Attorney Gen-
.s.if.frh erhwho have felt the impact of this invited to a conference at Band. world total-it has been assumed Pakistan-all SEATO countries- al Brownell now claims was in-
he and other chronic complainers would realize this I'm reed for mutuall action." Among ung, Indonesia, April 1824 are by some observers that this was ate invited to Bandung. Further- cent of knowi about this nefar-
anm' their husbands and the Government would be much hap- the most 'prominent of those who having a hard time trying to calm I the firs. step toward creation of a more Afro-Asian representatives ious practice e dpldd that this was .h id
pier. If they can't realize this they should be sent back to the h a v e played "economic Santa iown American fears that there rew power bloc. This Is denied. say they are not interested in anylthe case e. nto sa 'ou thal teen-agey
eaves and tents where they came from. Ceaus" Is Ohio's Cyrus Eaton. Ear. Is some hidden ulterior motive be- There is said to be no lan to military alliances. "Aren't inspectors there, a all the, no o a "o thnn you, ll
These are better times, ly this year Eaton bought up the hind It all. form a permanent group like the There is much interest in coun- Lime" asked Senator llender back te wen he
Follanshee Steel Corp. It was Binc. the five Colombo powers Organization of American States tr;es not invited to Bandun -and (De t of Lou end and the en's moer
S- _C. Thellte to be dismantled. This w o o I d nat promoted this conference or the North Atlantic Treaty Or- why? Not inclu.jd in the in,'ta.tm the insr, ; r ,ped says, "He isn't here. May I have
toPrviushavemade a ghost townof Follans bave been vague about their agen- 'Lanization, e,6en though such re-. tion list were North and South Thornton, "it's he sample. Helm callyou?
Sbee W. Va. Son o workers a, it ha been a natural or wde global alliances are authorized In Korea. Formosa, Malaya, AustraL ntrn, t's he sampler he
.....-eI Wanter to revio Puzzle woud have been destitute after speculation. These Colombo pow- th United Nations charter. lia, NeaA ZealandL and Israel. Iromoene tch a t o eotr.e The reason the mother wa tas
Slosin a $5,000,000 annual payroll ers, by the .ay, must not be con- mince a majority of the races As a possible precedent, it is has to walk that 100f to have her ehild c al back is
.._.___ which keeps this town of 4,500 resi- fused w.th the Colombo Plan coun- presented are brown, black and pointed out that Formosa was not hs oships that e mge te, hna probably became r he _rpoed'
dents boi htg m tries, which include Britain, Can. yellow, it has been said this was invited to the Manila conference .selected t psl wouldh sant to r e eeh ruponde
Tai -gor-fEul ectr c t Eatein business the m and wlkeptat ad and 'the United States in a an antlkwhite movement. 'ehis i where SEATO was born. If Israel selcte to slug woua start armore-.elephone ealls.
"--rvproduercrrn for a long time, This i the third and economic development for un. many people of India and the Mid- .one of the Arab countries would ID GI .A
p4rongcol time Eaton has stepped in to save aerdeveloped countries, die Eastern countries are~of Cau- have come. .NCES By C lbroaitl
g --. 4StroAgholds p vital industries in small towns. The five Colombo powers are casian origin ato blood. Malaya, the boats probably con-
5 Arrow potion India, Ceylon Bttrma, PakistanI The Africa Asian Conference has sidered too much of a British col-
S ag e k rt S InferiOr In New England a Boston rail. and Indonesia. Their prime minis- also been considc red anti-western,,ory. I-there is one thing the Afro-
7 S Zls Suon Ii O llonaire b1- the name of Bernard ters met first a year ago in the In answer to this it is pointed out Asian conference can be definitely
it agWh 8Cle plesN L. Goldfine has also saved several (eylonese capitalto search fpr a tLat Turkey, Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, ticketed-in the face of so man .
Whale genus 27.Doctrines.ofoWmmounntie faced with the stormua o end the fitting iniTh-ilan, the Philippines and even ,d._. it is not-that one thing
aLatrde l1Relac Argus covering fine bought Ua the Mabbett M1il Tbat effort failed, but tie meet-,wes.ern alliances, its past.
propertis 17 Ransom 28 Impudent 43 H. G. Wells' ,n Plymouth Mass., after it closed, ing led to plans for the Afro- Bcciupe Communist China and The failure to invite Australl 4
S197.11 flower 29 Woody plant "- (cutting oft the towasfolk's bread Asian conference. Dr. All Sastroa- (Gom-nu st Vietmiah have bee. and New Zealand is a little harder y m
81eVain 28Baseball 31 Shade of red Bungpy" as w as its tle production, midjojo premier of Indonesia and invited, it had been charged'4bat to alibi, as they are teelhncafly, ,
Sggahle teams 3 Dress 44 Preposition He .biltated the mill and is her former Washington ambassa- tl'e Bandung conference would be at least, equsl, partners with hi.
3UEisd of way 39,Lustrous 47Tidy com yaairtd000,re0d annual of the coene sbce and his govern, propaganda, dominated by Chou in the British Commonwd eyli of
hUnclosed 40 Postpone 48 Volcano payroll, mint will be host. 8bw many J.n Lal. Nations.i
-L1h--l" Cloud 41 Lateral parts SO Scrap of cloth Inthe~countrls will attend or decline lb This Is a particularly annoying InclusIon of Japan is a

mhN.lH.__,i- Waniold Eesup ied a,, beriA, Godd CoastCommunist countries will be onl& bate Japs. But it is "
i44'NH, h,,be surprised! Ethiopij an and 1 Cantral iwo, they say. Definitely anti-Com tht Japan, the

_ _ g l tlr1fri -Africean V tiedat.. munist countries include Trke trialized nation of Asia, a -
S From middle mast: Saudi pkialSn, Iran, Ethiopia and tal market for the surplus raw
19 Th Killer Arabia. fia. raq, Yemen, Leb- hailand. .materials of this whole
MRd anon, ie Iran, Turkey and Another charge is that this Afro. By this process of tea it
SAsks ngha a Asian conference would be In op possible to e-duce some cI a
Srom, Aia: North Viatmink and position to the Southeast Aa things the Afro.Asian
S f' Bl South Vietnam omain t i a, great y Organhation. This 8EATO i's not. What its more positive
Of P La:ma, u.a hnd. Nepal, alliance was formed at last ar aspects are will be considered a
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By '. m MUIE LLAWRENCE 0sl demands miracles of child-pric, rea using eggs a Im Mix 2 (1 nound) cans corned sprinkle with cupaber j
I ByOSWArXDJACOBY ,.re. .parent.relationship fr6m us. By portant. We select thesetwothat beef hash 2 cups (firmly acked)ess Amerian heee.
Wrttefor NEA Service B oaths ago, I aendedan denying us tradition to rein- use morsodium glutamate, a pow-rated so bread crumbs, slight oven long enough to
hntahnebt given by to reIg na force our regulation of teen-age dered agent for bringing out the
s q----a art arge university. conduct, It forces us to depend en- flavor of the ingredients used in
180,B sBOne, pulrmnpr was a lovely Utrely up n our personal influence the recipe. It does not add flavor .
--.2 1youngm eeatte In a golden sari over ch dren. of Its own It brings out -flavors '
&J84 $ who san alus a song of ancient In-. It's a noble ideal that is realls- already int he recipe. Both the I7n
90-- 43 dia. In the iltermlssion, It was tically impractical. French and Chinese have been us- "W.. .
SK 2 translated for me by the hand-. So I'm pleased that the Nation- ing it for centuries.
4 s, o .o yiost countryman of hers a! Congress of Parents and Teach. :
yHW N BAST who sas beside me. I ers Is taking this problem serious- Soffle Topped Cauliflower
16 2 When fished, I said, "How ly by asking communities to get (Serves'-6) BO YS T
9aiH e pG52 nicator you to have such a pretty,w together with young people to es- v 4 T
109 AQ 3 compaiotfor your fellow studentablsh. codes that will declare Trim and wash lar e head. of
S610g63 ft tomut be pleasant for you bo twhats expected of them. cauliflower: separatento flower- BL
sOUTH (D) to t able to talk your own Ian- ets. Cook ine arabofling salted watEAerM- A 'I,
& A63. guago together o ecasionally. ,just until barely tender, drain, re-!

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ART ARGA Janet Schiiffelblan of Center Moriches, N.Y. k ,a Med knot the slightest re. -sn. American vestors, blend in swho l $295 s inw h to 1 s
holds picture as art expert Alexander Lindemann looks It -- entment at the families who im- n oe isgu3e?. to ehow the united oemol- ku fd nl in 2 stig fly $
over. Mrs. chitftelblan and her husband bought the painting sed this restriction from half. te i taking more from south en egg yolks old in 2 stiffly
or 20 two months ago. and now find It's an original an Dy Todays hand would se ay a the rld. If he felt of the bordr han clt h o n satn p -ALSO- t
valued at15,000. problem to the rubber brige play. enceat itt was direct- ack, today had a list of neary dollars more n investments than
..van lued a a 0 N er. You could practically tArow n at the. parents involved, 35C projects for capital requests they have received from the U Matching JACKETS
the hand agains t the wai ad Iry' code of social running as high as 400 million niftd States.
Hre..t'l o w pd s.o. e not 11t the sittry oedoare L A He said Latin America became with
ol nureSmIet n a0te le3a1nJI mend t mws s In da tournament, mne.a- otnhd r ,on The request for private finane- hoe No. 1 cl, stomer of the Unitedh pper
Co angre smW V t 2 3 T3however, you would get practical- oe his paretmisn ing was brought United States in- States last year. buying $3,100,- size 4 to 6 ........ .$3.50
ly no seoredat all fornwinning only y np, lack or f a generaiustriallsts at the inter-American6 0,000 in goods and also was
Sten tricks. Y5 ou ld have to rcon- ln ou c a ene akt ior wnrks i vestment conference now under this country's largest supplier 6 to 12 ...i...... 4.nS
Scentrate on winning an overltrick. cd n dho. ue s vall. vay. More requtts, fot rivate Felling 53,330,000.000.
lWhen the hand was actually great iarcod ts one of enterprise are arriving day. Davillta said the Kremlin ha BLUEJEANS
played in recent tournament ivual- todes upon our young ITiny Paraguay led the list of given. "top priority" to disrupt- -
o manyof the West players opened .. hea. foremple, re- atin American countries getting ing the inter-American system fo Girls too
WAS GT March UP) It wowlever youwo.d ...rcia ,....methel klng deg of spades. This get the pre. The l afo dauhtr to investments. It reported what ap- and that N it would be suicidal"
o GThe o e g veinMarc o(eUP)Idcodvur ald ..rasee e ach perso declarer no rouble at all. He could i.. -y-r-o l da by e parently was h t transacton for the Unted States ad Latin U t Sae an L "
e lmpromnise bil that raises con- | Final approval of the congres- Im towa s emml y'sJ lac lThlsp it o ir 16-Iyear-old daughter uwas bUnani vinted te. b d d 4
ressional iar es to h n,500 a si lonal py bill came after cnl. lin e of play would result in th ia o entrtaar th oilpr et of a coffee iplan-1TO
..e. ,for e < ........ -,cneecmmitted-ferent fromurNI
Th rolU call vote was 223 towhich ironed out differences in e continually embattled ws t rm gener al u le tlOranzati ofAio a MONROE, Neb. (UP) A
113.House and SA one table, West opened the Indianparent in ca States, told the Amer-new and smewat unusual bsi-
Thermeauurs ,finally enactedThe r Senat ase lked at a House jck of diamonds, a better choice. they have no accepted her r- an businessmen Tuesday that in ness establishment was started
rs .eral. i y sou-search revision for an extra $ tax. Mel Lobell, the New York expert terpose between teach of the past eight years Latin here recently. Vir il Cuddefnrd
nl aandnvnglylajuggliow, now gdesneee expose aleowance.B.hoheaCarncyihgonheeSoashmeicdt intmengnoretheirTOta
to te iHouse whe Pr The House in turn o ected to was playing the South and me not urging th adoption American .Reublis have sent to opened a blacksmith shop in theMAIN STORE No. 21 Central Av
ident Edsenpower ies pr r tio a S .eabte p an d two si e on s ts. played a low diamo nd fro ofhe ndOn "parents' code for the United States 182 million ear of a garage.
Ir it promptly. ..en six government-paid trips d. .L..g..^ g our sung people. 1 I'M,
retpopgsional aaresto 50asa l nar p bi c arrme after ns the queen of diamonds in order to o ne home an hour ate urar e
Re new congressional sala Iyhome etch year loTseonowfl tlayIone ., dmon ad o e B atu the absence o s pmentaoyacofe p T HORSE!
scale, an Increase of 50 per cent one. return the nine of s paes. --t. n
over the present $15,000 a year, Both of these features were -Thi s sequence o plays, conm.
marks the first pay raise for the knocked out of the final b illi. e od with West's spade overcaall, ... T y t esalm wa
lawmakers since 1946. vehich provided a straight 750 mae the situation quite clear. o- w-Queen har man
increase, allofIt taxable. bell therefore put up the ace of E
Meantime, the Senate Cti vil cIttaxable, spades to win the second trick A A l
Service Committee voted a 10 Derlarer next drew three rounds And Son Reunil ed
per cent pay se for some ar riv oftrumps, ending in dummy, and
one million claselfied civil serv- oe R gIe r s uffed a small diamond. The rest I A a o a FR EE a
Ice workers at a cost of about of the plan was to lead three After Two Yea
300 million dollars a year. aIe o rodnds of clubs, ending in dummy,
The committee approved an 1- Rce aW s Ut it and then return the king of dia. ,witzernd March For For the first time in Panama. .
identical hike for postal workers monds from the dummy. ERMA w n ar
st week. Win East ad to play the spade of 3 (U)-Egypts ex-Queen.r r- Ultra Smar Wing Learn by yourself how to do your own mke.
The Presitdent sal at the out. s p A r e diamonds (it would have d one riun met her young son and Dining up and how to treat yourkin under
set of this year's session that him no good to duck), and Lobell first.time in more than twoa d Dinanble Puri esd ho t rec sk n
Congress needed a pay raise but IVE OAK, Fla., Mar.'3 -(UP) discarded one of his two low years yesterday, and t young- ea ab ce the direction of
left it to the members to decide --Seven stock car drivers from spades allowing East to win the ster rushed into her arms ry-
how much. the NASCAR races forgot to slow trick. in '*.Mame in the Full course dinners Y VIADO
Rep. H.IL R. Gross (R-La.) fore. down when they left the track e reunion took place n st from 1.10 Miss LUCY yIARw ,
ed r call on floal passage, and led officers on a series of At this point East had only dia. Chalet Annelis oneof the uest cial rrsntativ of th famou
| however( topjut. mpber-a on ree. chases t Suwaimee County, but monds and clubs left. It didn't ues p taken trom u portions for
crd on.the e lals traditional, an i"amateur" ootdid them all I matter what he led, for declare which Narriman was taken fro .
gly a pslntcar ha pot tato." The the excitement. would discard his last low spade hers en hotel n a horse-dra the children cs d.
Senate pait ed the. blm Monday by State Trooper Harold Bl a n d and ruff in the dummy, thus mak. slerg p I too h lace by
ah unrecorded voice vote. said he and Deputy Sheriff Cur- ing sure of the extra trick. onThe meeting la ru Complete '
It was the -third time the House ts Harrell nabbed the speedsters ra ast aon otf"en fPrince gCATERING S VICES
had voted on the measure, which as they made their way home aar m I.he left Fa-T
,ill cost an estimated 7 million from the weekend races at Day Ahmed Fud since i in the Canal Zone
d olarp a year. The raises will be tona Beach. rat r l s oukn his Italianexilen 1952 in the Canal Zon
retroactive to March regardless But the driver who led the fast- e and returned to Cao to s and Panama BEAUTY PRODUCTS
of when the President signs the est chase--up to 105 miles per Y irsi ivorce.SheIs now the es rang .
bill. hour-was apparently "over. i ed wife of a CalIt doctor. Private dining
come" with the speeding epidem. Little Fuad reognized his 9:30 -- 1 classes
Besides increasing the pa y- c Band sald. T mother at once, although hewas rooms available:50- 5 consutations
checks for congressmen and sen- he said Franklin K. Baldree. Pla o M- only a yeaU old when he saw her for banquets and until Saturday, March 5th
stors, the House-approved bill 20 of Perry, Fla., was clocked last. parties Make your appointment today
raises the salaries of Vice Pres- at the "best time." And he was NEW YORK, March 3 (UP) Crying. "Mamaa, mama," he
Ident Richard M. Nixon a n d not even one of the stock c a r National City Bank of New York ran to her, flung his arms a-
Speaker Sam Rayburn from $40,- drivers. today announced plans to merge round her neck and smiled hap- Food Tastily .
000 to $45,000 annually. Bland said all of the racers with First National Bank of the pily. prepared and
Chief Justice Karl Warren, who were "good natured about t h e City of New York Into an insti- Narriman smothered him with k d
now gets the same $25,500 pay as whole thing. They just wanted to tutlon with assets totaling $7,- kisses and stroked his brown packaged to
other Supreme- Court judges, will know what '. would cost them to 036,000,000. curls. .ake out.
receive a raise to $35,500. His make bond and then, in some in- This would be the second big- It was learned from an autho-
eight colleasies will go up $500 tances, they passed the hat a- est merger in banking history. ritative source that ad's mem-
less to $35.000. niong passengers in their cars to sItrengthens National City' ory of Narriman was kept alive E
Judges in federal courts of ap- ollect the quota, hold on the number three place by the young prince's nurses R TAT
peals were raised from $17,500 to "They all forfeited their bonds among banks in the United who frequently talked of his RESTAURANT
5,000; those in district courts this morning and never appeared States. mother and showed him her
from $15,000 to $22,50. in court when the cases w e re photographs. Formerly Balboa Garden PANAMA ONLY i
Additional the, bill sweetens set for hearing." Already in the works Is a mer- Calle J. B. Sos No. 19 -
the payroll for U.S. attorneys and Bland and Harrell said t h ey ger which would place the comn-
bome top Justice Department of- picked up Theodore R. Board- bination of Chase National Bank
S flcials. rian, 24, Lake Forest, Ill., a n d and the Bank of the-Manhattan u
The 10 per cent pay bill for Donald G. Lothson, 25, of Dekalb, Co. into the second spot with to- ..-' U '1
civil service workers would grant Ill., racing down busy U. S. High. tal resources of $7,576,000,000. I i.L,-
comparable wage increases to ay 90, doing speeds that "about Stockholders of these banks vota '
employes of the legislative and matched" the highway number. March 28 on the consolidation. Fine Furniture mafe oa f,
3di la branches, such as court They were traveling one r I g h t The Chase merger means that Do"n Malwraidn NOW at ,
clerical staffs and congressional behind the other," Bland said. National City gives up its ranking amazing low pr7ee. -
clerks A little later, Elswort C. Ver. as the second biggest bank in Bedroom., Dining Room and t. .'
... berne, 34, Marrern, La., was the U.S. Its resources, as of year Living Room Sets.
Sp Picked up on the same klghway end 1954, total $,323,000,000.
ike ,Fol To. and on the same charges. First National Bank has total as- Productos de Mader, S. A. +i- C
*W 1The next two pickups w e r e sets of $713,000,000. maua.e ky sDers Cowls -
MMi" L' Meb er made mi pairs, when Bland and Bank of America maintains its ceutai Avenue
Harreil caught Alfred R. Kin- lead over all other banks in the . aSwajh o .a mud I
kade 34, and Jack W. Friend, 36, nation with assets topping $8,- .Phoune ,3-
,MUM Be 4 T as gether, and nabbed Wyatt L. Ter- ',
ry 33, Fortson, Ga., and Carl R. -
AIHIBGTON. March (UP) arrington, 29 Columbus, Ga.,
MEisenrc a hs eBondm rangedrofr most H USEHOLD EXCHANGE'

bers toul be Increased to four ru.

hr'g also rejected the theory that Double Mahogany Beds with Brand New Mattress .. '7.50

he, 0 IOnSOMpe0al to a RepublW
ca victory nl oPaA. Rattan Living Room 8uite (Sofa, 2 Arm Chalirzs, Table) 175.00 .
e chlcto executive, In a ,,i, hAtt"' oe7
mbaterling mood, sugge sted NAWSAU, Bahamas, March 3-- Wicker LLia Room Suite Wardrobes ........from 25.00.
th ir a.invoke a mora- (UP)-a ey C. Farringtom, the Modern China Closets with Sliding Glass Doors .... 69.00.
dim 90 A_ 05 Ao ut bern w .m__a,, di.*tor PnA,-"
Sa .He uggsted c Airways I.n the Baa- guaranteed Gas 8toves ............................ 85.00
atb on u wothe question as, died here yesterday. He w
Setal about a Te. Modern Mahogany Night Ttbles .............. from 1200

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To Become Lying Stool Pigeon

I ,WASHINGTON. March 3 (UP) "forced by public pressure" be-
S-rTurnabout witness Harvey M. cause of the "hysteria" and
* atusow. accused congressio n a l' fear" created about communism
investigators yesterday of "fore- by congressional Investigations.
Iag" him to become a "lying Under Daniel's prodding, he
stool pigeon" by creating "an at- conceded "no member of this
ilosphere of fear and hysteria" committee forced me to testify."
about communism Matusow said it is "none of my
. The 28-year old Matusow shout- business" whether the publishers,
tn the charge during a heated ex of hil forthcoming book, A ng u s
change with Sen Herman Welker Cameror and Albert E. Kahn,
(R-Ida., who called Matusow an hre Communists.
*:admitted lar" and s ai d. "I The same, he said, goes for
don't think the truth is in your New York playwright Herb Tank,'
S ." hured by Matusow's publishers to
S'e clash occurred after Mat- guard him from "crackpot" at-
bso. had told the Senate internal tacks.
Leeurity subcommittee that "I Matusow, asserting he is no
't know and I don't care" "expert on communism." sa Id
whether his publishers and con- "my knowledge was obt ain ed
saX.t companions are C o0 m u- from a bunch of ex-Communists
C muts.' who were hungry for a dollar."
SiHe said "I came before these
S, committees and told a lot of tall

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S tlon Association, Braniff Airways
announced this week.
Leaving from the Miami gate-

'. Western Illinois State College for
tonal tour. According to the
NEA. many city school systems
are now accepting travel by
teachers in meeting professional
growth requirements of salary
The group will visit 17 cities
in the countries of Panama. E-
TESTIFIES- Harvey Matu- cuador. Peru, Colombia, Chile,
ow, who revealed he lied Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay.
bile giving testimonybagainst Total of $1,550 from the Miami,
ed leaders, testifies before the Fla. gateway (approximately
Senate Internal Security Sub- $1,640 from Dallas Includes air
committee in W a shington, and ground transportation,
tsow said' that ex-Commu- hotels, sightseeing and meals in
Elza beth Bentley weev- all but three of the countries.
S told, him that .he was The 1955 trip will be headed by
'- and" had to eep find- Dr. Reece Jones. assistant profes-
#, ,things to testify about." sor oft geography at Western yI-
Slnols ate College and Deward
.' itness also engaged In I A Claric of the Michigan Public
School System. Dr. Jones hes
there as they preaed him about e tours for the A since 194 a
ed B asetfiesbeforethe as taught io n the gfomtraphy dMi -
eadein thea estrit. t partment of Western lIUnots Col-
XSomtou wear in anew he Is lego since 147. Cs frk. foreign.
te 'the truth no*, had tstl- language educator and principal
ie ow oadiy gaveo false tin- .n the Lngs. Michigan public
_nD to atte FBI and falely schools hs traveled an 35 difa
ebtlled persons as Communsts ferent. countries. He has con-
n congressional commit a ese duct NE of AtouioLatin Amer-
the at courts. lc a for the past five yeas.
r^ Ilmawwrnked Mutow whI ha Hosts for several evening roa
srepou"i a 'lyine Wtat es eptau honoring the viein-
lka. est for"adf Cothle peaneiro will b rlt- educe-
Kusow shouted: "Yo forced tonal greou1scin 1 SmaBrafil,
tne to committees le s ths Uruguay, Chile, and Argentina.
.aInd others. .You are the o n e Some of Latin America's new-
ho was responsible for my role est luxury. hotels are Included in
its a witness, not iL" I the tour. such as the El Panama
.."We don't specialize in having City, the Carrera in Santiago,
liars before our co m m t e e and the Tequendama in Bogota.
Walker hot tack angrily. o Colombia
low replied "Are you afraid of TIMBER-
the truth?" BOSTON y (UP) When the
"I'm not afraid of any truth basketball teams of St. Michael's
you give Welker said. don't C college of Vermont and Stonehill
think thnre is any truth in your College played their first half at
bcoy." Boston Garden there was much
Sen. Price Daniel (D-Tex.) de- confusion. Both teams wore white
maedid to know what member ofiaingforms. St. Michael's players in
the subcommittee "forced you to the second half wore green jer-
ive false testimony." ,s-eys lettered "Marcus Lumber
Matusow said his testimony was Co." St. Michael's won, 93-53. '




"All right, all right! I'll buy the dog a valentine--now
please open the door!"

Great .White Fleet

New Orleans Service


S.S. "MBELLA" .............................. March 1
'S.S. "YAQUE" .................................March 5
S.S. 'MATAURA" ..............................March 1
S.S. 'LOVLAND" ............................March 1i
*S.S. "MORAZAN' ..............................March II
S.S. "L. H. CARL" .... .....................March 11
*S.S. "HIBITERAS" ...........................March 11
*Handing Refrigerated Chilled and General Cargo

New York Service


S.S. "FRA BERLANGA" .. ....................Feb. 2I
S.S. "CHOLUTECA" .............................March 6
.S. "COMAYAGUA ............................. Mareh
S.S. "AGGERSBORG" ......................... Marc '1
A Steamer ..................................... March 14
S.S. "LEON" ................................... Mareh 1

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

Special round trip fares from Cristobal to New
York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.
To Naw York . ................. . . .240.00
To Los Angeles and San Francisco .... $270.60
To Seattle ....................... $36500


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(3.S. 1 0hoto by M. ... ..S .- -' gw all& ta s he a ar of the m are s ad of Imagine
wao. d n -Our SamourlNewdrul,..bal). In

w*a k glwa d mohe r wo wost a vt his tof el, th e ho p t urh off
a r E or home tAit FREEDOM tI M FEARh
Was o elert n Read Psalm an. o TheL rI a eid sn
ar is etI alr l there would erin light and my salvation;
Se At e ae h aer, da ing e i twhom a then rM l I fear? theo i s ny
mphnt the "operator" and rd lath o strength of my

se la th td nhe e w d e led quietlives three fronm trouble.
cadSho e e oe t This onu d e h ,nt. He seems to
htdo alwaeselo antd epl have suffered a goo d del, and
Stott least from that hardest of all

e. G oa dorJ f mother or jn usat;Dadt th he a.r e-le re o d
Se a Bm erei mla dfor there: affection i those whose love
Is now a erate ki and ofu hroe should hae been his greatest
tpem pn pt. Ira hot as permanent o comfort e, ere o12). tto
Be the still-pipular early version, Yet in al his trials hla
alt Its m iuesa acceptable o foun d on eo a suffio ent sit. r
and beat all gal can give It ply of spiritual resources for his
easnesda: light tq guide him and
e. U. s strength to stand firm againstO
e all the Pblows of adversity.. He
It's thi e asy the wa a leading M could never have done these, he
manufacturer .iaT produced tIhWe Teenagea s y wp 1 like WI4et 1,w knows, lh Its own strength: it
tee _que, TArf Dt off permanent eafr arennhmess Mr. Wnd wet would hd e been too much for
u skapoo. Set youlrwy o and forget the new ones that

On -ra sadt prfac-illy lahm tou ldk whivelbfenhtonmchtorus
you always do, and are up with him. It was Only by his unwav-
e uan o it better than you.' ring faith in the ;~iodnes of
ti hdip a, wad of cotton Into warm water and blot. Then lit -t Gc that he had prevailed. And
d.amp pin urls. What you get Iras a nicely set ul, there is nothing fcr him to
Wait fithen minutes, rea i htiw look that lasts weeks aneatd weeks. a ea o o r thf a fai
S.... a oafeet love.tot ee -.lo e
EER TBE 0I on t m o n the experience of this Psalmns
err rlrEBo seeohaa dE oApparent US Relig io us Revival Ouo nthraof the wri'e of the
--- twenty-third Psali. Yet the cer- i ,,
loTDt . tainty of God anlr, the hotw of
nthe uC llotTireedom from fear are Just the t"
mv~yUn SIurnace-Ill raam ot what life hinto
CHATaNd Ii WOlUMAL. ath a rec*Mtion held .n L hona ror at the Army and N av Club are. tlih oopl way we meet It that counts Andl i

r. O. JRohb.rwto BeithemadtteM. enbera Memmr Mrs s lein. whao sn thrae dayso.therAK wth, prai 0 hwesp enee ta h r -cous A
V ea.. rn.J Dorn BA e nnn, the adjutantltoeneraanII w o r e n ,- .s o D ethis man says that God willhelp
r t of ficlaR onversing With Klein are Brig. Gen. N. A. Costello, chief of stff, Caib NEW YORK March (UP)-v e the g est Sunday of the us meet it victoriously. "Wait on
be Can bmm d (lefo and Brig. Geno-W.(. l w, he m o staf M r. T trhes a vangelds rt Billy Graham said to-.radio a*n television pro g r a theLord: e of god courage.
reception was given by.Cul. W.MN. ornih, adjta general, U TARCARB. y .an apparent Ame ian rel-"Meet e A press. Let thi 'be our prayer. Lord, r
(U.S. Army: hoto by CpL Joe Siegael). 1ios revival has been a surface' Graham will leave here.Marchathou knoweat y res and my
,h- b drva-cationedatAcapuee art .a affair without real effect on mep 12 to conduct and eva nge istie fears.,Help me to turn the o al
... "r -.--.a e .or.rew vacaed- t u ,a draim o' .o m ee.ting in Scotland Mar ch 19 tobover to tleeo, who hast ro elsu hdn

LIrN N AND DINNER HONOR f he rt P o s i ge acinn W believe a religious revival April 30. Hesaid hesreaardedtheI, to give rest sou... Grant.

bZRA T. ENSONM t e Dr. AndeMrs SimHp oImthe only hop. of thest world missionpawer aO the, mostu r -orw a r:tl spirit and aBu

t eRetu rnf to Tex asd o fGraham l.told ab conference u thrilling rivileges.ofmy f peaceful mind ,An Inquietness
hrIeon his bri ef visit o Panama yesterday, the United Stater s r. an Mrs. e re y few n ous are willaont ha, n a whp s wl t1 an Acbi n Wsean erd. ot nds

d'ther pa rta- epe as o .- cn .o.b el. t m e bs V-allern' hr.a aid nd M rs R of bhosoucu Se, wiv lr Bn't 'II Ltinmo mr-eiden d cnie cs, w l e
Mrindtme of Agrtlc toe lteureonmae neron asrteng Duat f a ar lthe pau oti tart In our own lives and pay tion a IeigParevivalthraou notneedwmeg
rtnast of Agricult. re lrmP n ,wems tto el e D of z them ih ri e_ hewtrld Te.a. t said hs reet c i t od l te anse of the great in. SO 4s I N D

luncheo ath hEl Pnaa.pogth a hmeiTxa OS.O
o. ot. R .D.... a ord s th ena 15 in tore su ia-rm, oaor _rs c,,.yoamoro w nsyht 'i hvTh my l w .' r i no a de ,
ate A os n r na m ded to i r i t is d Lence of the tiny country on p er .
s adeo a a elE an ma. aros Dig gest a ir Mrs. Sitta Is the sister of Mrs. A quality of popular Protes sons everyhwere.

Ambassador he oen t dCnpt Mario gefDiegoaDratr ohFs- thertp e Mrs"A d"n m bl e r
began r. Robertso Heurtevatte, Mr. Rober M mminger, Mr es e en n The Sit t as tant preachinhd Gh said va- b o u te on y .
Vine .Roger", and Dr. Benjamin Br a. i l have been the guests of t he -Aer i. al types of prea h Bshould aierBson Dos n S nr, a h-
A Tlder .vRno P i. S afor oth eetf. Morabo io n fi th er ..br ,.obe recognized tuas eatowdifPl ns t.
Irvin.havingearrivedddnadafori rent people aHowever. tnsadrgago planP I

e. Gbold,' Bla Blre e s will proescortedSecretarySen. RAGge rge of the program. C rnivaT e l T mrr w
son on a tour of the m Pacifics ide rde geruot :15 I. am -l tn hee no f a or lt o lf ":a orR

S Y WeAlenmmagete e brs ark ee edtoigereactnk ambygto p d ary t ad sfora interestaadiyng os
or.the Canal itZn adguideo lh mb. arg e s, iohee ra e sae- M s. theFabeasa ortame o min sr t o h .inch o mr o o Adina Walker,o old-timesee\o

-Zoe an dedomch arg e lPerelc. lone e t letr u The fo erownid.,Tevense he re
there the control tower at Mira utcbeheld, Martch 14 ne ru 19; today eformrs, arle eried o M. w in t aus e lss A resident of *Panamadied Attthe.
ot. ck. r noon and3to A tea is being h td ayt said this in be good Lr ltt me nst .Panamaopitalyesterdayafter
hoo Moru J d o.n. dithawoeeDoe fatrl m "a Vt iy b tha She was 64 years
..'p.... "B 'gto beysele e oo am t-. aar d wA qsi by do e meo sul..
Sst ner a int wit h cr. husband is nowwthePanamanian Cdoubts" amto eitsviilan "get r W eY olarc it )rest Wo
red e R. Ambassador tothaeom- .g. pn, r.i L ig people, toW church and to Adlal Stevenson plans a tour the Edith, Cavel) rendly so-,e-
e A r. h ler. ine aschairman of the noa.u- The party is plannedto aice hrist. oi n t m m t
Denson ended .nli one day visit At patingtcommitteembetweens4nand 6 p, n.1,at th GrofamasaidAmericd bentisviter'tocaandhthelBetolehem0nomi c Gof
a .catitsmal05ga dn r t.p orrby am the .onee t ..thewouome oflMrsm, jb y ber of cmmrciP--' - elopments south of thu border, Fui-eri-- services wilT be helo.Phones "

A o yd o r n prt audy ef14raa..tsoe v tn ero ltir a o S theDemso cti c neit
eo1yd. y t t i 5 on ind the lt r binteowe neeidhe m .sp eri pro 1 Bins.yrt- a ndth e nt Holme s iehrc7

mit aarticlr Omphas~4i E-be t olls
h. I eighteenthebthe sHad of th eso- d s v. In vestenap ots ino La t ye ar -.
bo f7v.tl ere tpn e ploartlyw as is wi e Graham sad tthe hroblemd a 5 lea. ai rddraunt a the '
.L. lords.It...... ..ar irthd t ho rs mi, ..ini ofbstry 1k fL a d eenth vstmentoea postibill.
MiAs Fnces Lengiord Mu. .a nparty ey a kreran i heoT e uont aanew one HeCnotedo that lo tat -someoacquire rstoh atdo in-wor,, ,wi-
hin mempertewwitheplasticunalfoared islay.anpeu intopect gaistis.SuisGeoeS I N

time "efor -Milary C an Jo' can des w er eo arranHumpheoyofo frstmaor h edaneotstic rallo in tis t "makingpostsriptw- his newdla-eispercpoblms
tioeerl d uberd pciaist, hI ,, gamsi and d an y G ere . ..theambassors.sodbor Garden too rro nCht aid
where beadd stdwnindningcisatua o ied tWve rhlGrhrmsan w.0 drBl s as h Stevenson is nether a
tshe 'opop ula r. Mamtcrheore t hthe, athl team any ,r ar i endstof..r. efe adhhs tetoEi Wntnwalhno fr apoormagn.aButthe
wiassmates andoter fie Inr uesa n i, Mrem pha 's..d reouesd o eale fel hr hat r work for hiser.
e.t d. r v aset r ael Geaeeelnhe sa a, .theH of C sea t
hldb he suidofthesor ni-ht a ir. Shir"ey e tersoll"edeo Theier o wouldeave I n y ee1tihe hadecalled inoreirsment"aLtra deingAm.then-and niecs.
, me ,h rvs wtree te l as ge .. irt hay, cin......e r...... do wn on their knees andpray t onnwactioiere eary nd anu.y.
_ d ar o e o- f ydi Suas e Dmi nau seballie ghco ,hou c ofrheri oft smd int th i aid ofthein v a estscr .pt i hi id.
t her cIgyara.n.c As Lng andWederpiget Leighp latitaun Ek f aif s.e uesbMtodbria me en erible un ram saiy dess th e wo ud no e avand ilgth
Dr W. Fofies' L vf .d Bre-etthears.c auv March ta bleifosaipatyk frimary.er t .

eti T .W d R Pr S. ,, an rtayingot, yn TWe aia ner tin c tally in pol stti ca.itol whes.now
e, tefhte Irvinge. rantr ad-y diac ogale s d.arer Dan..ng Beheld edNo.toofedro .wil bee.Ldw -nthi- ne.ihtoso.a.o.eoo, .. o oJ
FO, Co Rids. D eg andagf ..s hbfence. Als- ..o.. jOIW JOUtendd eempiiythedeork, S natilondqeachfman
eadu -beino goid pamJmom-wigwon ithe
Mrana l 1 G 111. -u1 M ubs a t miemb, Kaiseran Jot h nf.r. ...itIers wl' heouelod to brng ar gesJ.l,- ,ra-c . ...a. sh
..e.e .arrived ye t or e le Gear ee, eb anteyr lu d f their FvOrite salaN d two se ride nt'pes eolale o nfora p , ,
Ry A Croft,,--ayneWA n. .ll. ighember U !Sh are rnvited to at-wbei ted ate hd. led o rstiroment" a holde ingthe ice.
B tr.ro hoo GaO f nud bee ., th en -Garenteyav or, Mar rohDud:oit, a- tend.L, .----omteI
nsa.nd. w.. et t... e ... Dr,,o-,a Smiptatt ,Marion Bow... lloys A.bumn, Asne .e to ,oand .
Paamd boa rdGf '"__"_"or"an Ss e de, Dutr e! ularo;'"-o Gd n hsoleibus,,-ts cr tvh K ,d
ing yer .d DLonla ra..5me Xting a st redrmeetins'otobe a&
Ar n M aiill "7terrblehour'. e motaoCen arch, tonight a t :.
Btf F sMr. aneMr. rat Mn are aske d tl o .C.. Ma-- "lp y k r e
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Thus M&rI sveys: are con I kafrg6
duet. IFNthe Mddle States/An I uWpI.
sociatiofao Colle~s sand Seond*- .a
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ShaJer and Dr. Seide are assai W WW
chted. NATCHEZ, Miss, March 3 (UP)
Lst eve : Mr. md Mnxs. -- I e aimatl- Nt Etd-i 4 -
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Agenda Internal de PubHIaoelons FARMACIA m 3 OAt UNIDOS .P
6I LONPON, March 3 (UP)-
WARMACIA LUX FP-DU rime t sttn Church-.
?arqueyere 7 Street. ."Sale1 P Uil said ta In event of a.'
LEWIB SnErVCl Je BOYdrow b ttak 1on Brit-
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PR OF.C OA Household Automobilde a us
SPR SS OFOR SALE: Stork line crib, FOR SALE:-1952 Pontiac For- FOR SALE:-3 ipconditioner
'Simmons mattresses, like new. dor, dio, very good con /4 ton unit .ylvania, perfect
rythng $35.00. Rocker $5.00. Phone Phone Balboa 1317. Carr Street IcT tonunit. Good for office or
We Have Everything 2-3697, Balboa. No. 2233. b n-G ,d.tomn. Caood fn0226. ice
$Ad Garden Beautiful FOR SALE: Wringer 60-cycle FOR 6ALE: 1952 Chevrolet FOR SALE; Clearance soles
During the Dry Season. Moytog $50; Lionel transformer Station Wagon inperfect onm prices; dresses, blouses, lingerie
60-cycle, new $9. 2157-A Curun- tion. May be seen at Panomp. and hundreds of articles at thiie
STool du. Phone 5177. AgenciesL Street No.. Pan- Big Sale at Vilanovo.
HOSe FOR SALE:-Frigidaire refrigerq- FOR SALE:-8-ft. double-ended
e b secticidd4 tor $30. Call Amador 4297, FOR SALE : -191 Dodge C diny 1952 Morris Oxford,
l 0 I--- net hardtop, 2-tone paint In .per- d ondgh t. 192 Morris Morgan,
Sprayers FOR SALE:---Q.M. buffet, china fect condition, many extras, duty' g Bolboo.
6 o. s cupboard, wooden couch frame paid. A beautiful car for $1300. Ave.,
* Wh b ja.OWS and pillows, porch scheens, louy- Please phone Albrook 6288 be- .FRSALE:- B o g a n amplifier'
Econo-Soil Spray res, electric oven, hot plate. tween 4 and 64).m. DBI0, 25 'cycles; power trans-
Sclocks, record lover, retords-aod former, 750 volts 125 M.A. 60'
e* FOrtilizers cabinet, lamps, desk, heavy glid- FOR SALE:-1950 Chevrolet 2- cycles. Balboa. Phone 2-3233.
Sprinklers er swing, miscellaneous articles, door, plastic seat covers, veryes. Baboa. Phone 2-3233
S' Leslie R. Evans, 0809 Plank St., good condition. Call 2-1503 Bol-ak FIR SALE:-Bo rg a i n. 1950
0 ttICIdS Balboa. boo. Chivrolet Tudor, excellent condl-
aS F 7 V Y INC. FOR SALE:-2 metal beds. in- FOR SALE:-1949 Lincoln, new tion $500. Upholstered mahog-
GEO. NOVEY, INC. nerspring mattresses, bed frame, tires, battery. Completely equip- any ivi room set, rhoa
279 Cetral Ave Tel. S-0140 metal dresser, trailer brake, help- ped fromn factory. Mechanically dining room set. Call Cristobal
I* r J ., . er springs, metalltroller. Albrook perfect Engine rebuilt August 3-3220.
.... -- 86-5140, Qtrs. 219-B. '54. Original owner andreoistra- FOR SALE:-Golf clubs, set of
tion. Couldd stand point, but what' eight Tommv Armour irons. Call
H &FOR SALE:--ContemporaW mrod- do you expect for $500? Coal Balboa 3345.
Ut C $uo ern green sofa and red chair, on- 5-357,
BAL4OM 'DANCV $TI ly three; years old; Welch baby FnFOR SALE
A.A- A, IT 'buggy,'one year. old. Cil Blboa FOR SALESALE
to ns p.m.-Adlntm, Pre-tens 4177. vertibte, A- I' condition, with 10
Te nagers. BY *eppentment only.*free insurance. Can be seen Sot- V Motorcycles
rnomil ......Balboo 2-4239 FOR SALE:-G.E. refrigerator, 7 urday and Sunday morning 6508 .
'After 5 p.m..... Ponma 3-1660 cu. ft., in good condition. Call Diablo Heights. Haines Street. FOR SALE: Ariel 500, very
3-2099 good condition. Recent overhaul
FOR SALE:-1949 Chevrolet. 4-'& ant job. 2-1291 after 4:00.
-- W ANTED door dejuxe, very od condition..
"KEEP SMILING WITH WAN I 759 Barneby St., alboo 2-441. Ip W noted
HIRO RA TOR WANTED:-Ladies to take d- housemid.
SlRo Wa I "ANTED-L is to t b ards Real Estate Arboix Bldg. 5001, Apt. 6. Fifth
S, n I. ORILLAC vantage of the great bargains Real Estate & Front, Colon.
Palmer Graduate offered by the Big Sole at Vila- ,_ '11------------
P p-- Avenue TeL,-3--. nova. FOR SALE:-3800 mte beu-
Sblce ,from Lus Tbheatrei tiful Coronado Bich property. T
WANTED: 5-hp. compressor P.O. Box 306 Pedro Miguel, CZ. Z ,
complete with Freon. Call 3- Telephone 4-498. LOST:-Slamese Cigarette Case,
k^"4718. FOR SALE:-Cholet on 43rdSt.. 50th Street near Baturro or with-
Insure WANTED:-Unf wished 2 or 3- No. 42. Two bedrooms, two-car in or without Hotel Et Panama.
urS Insurance" bedroom cholet lvin dining ntimental value. Wouldrfinder
Sur 'InsuranceI bedroom.. chalet. living- d"na g aaraae, uxlhary r o om. Pone-. ... ...0.-. -.


0Smm"'A uMished house.., a counter atta<
MW -~I" u Clara. Tele- he Churchl
an h SOt ',Batbba- T77r T veloped almost
Ing a session
WILLIAA SOita Clara Beach sparring betw
Cwttsage, OCkps, refrigeration. Minister.atld So
2'bedrmgm. fhoie Balboa 3050. neth Robinson.
Robinson wia
iti.Ocsbsidec tcotteea*s,.. that the UJB.
Santa Clara. Box 435. BlIboa. Britain-based I
Phone Panama 3-1877, Crinsto- any fighting w
bal 3-1673. suiting Britain.
Gramlich's Sarfrt Clara Beach i *
CotteB. Modem convenIences, o tim
moderate, rete Phone, Gambo6W W ON
6-441. .
B SR'S COTTAGES, one mil. B der On
past $0 ta Clra. Low rate.--
Ph e 866.rassCu
FORk RENT The Agricult
S raoes Corp. of Colon.
FO, ReNT:---Cholet one bed- for the or
ooni tlJng-diotng room, kitch- cn the Gatun D
on, I4 ej;erol Jose de San Mar- Locks Area t
N d*downstajirs. month period.
!'p., 6,,downstairs. Bid. br the
FOR RENT: Completely fur- )esterdia d AOq
nished chalet at Santa Clara: 2 M.'WA d .il ng
bedrooms, living room, refrigera- structio -tr e
.tor, stove, etc. Cell Mr. Martinez room of the ad
at 2-2633 or 2-2015 ing.
T- -he work wil
FOR RENT: -.Modern aport- nshing all .iabc
'ment, El Congrejo. Recently ri'e, tools an
poiinted. 2 bedrooms, hot water, grass cutting a
qgrage. "D" Street No. 8. Inquire he-entire, area
Apartmrent.. d4__at ihto three
FOR RENT:-2-bedroom chalet Other ompa
at "Miraflores", (Barriade del for the. work m
Maestro). Phone 2-4088. and Bildon Ince
SFOR RENT tpe of work h
RU R iNiT the Panama C
tract, most gr
Apartments trimming having
-'the past by tht
ATTENTION G.1.1 Just built nance Division,
modem furnished apartments, 1. '
2 bedrooms, -hot, cold water. Tel. Other grass :c
Panoma 3-4941. clearing jobs a

SI -nnt room, porch, -yard, hot :water. 3-4.23. '"Edifa Ce. det A rrsFOR RENT:- Furnished.apart- forbids. n the
SAGENCIAS JIM RIDGB Bello Vista,. Golf Heights, Cno dnt, moderate rent, Via Pa. One of these
Phone Panaa, 2-0552 Alegre or.El C4ngrejo. none 3- rro. Telephone 3-2568 of hs
tho u a"i 'oi"t 1503. c o ts oc dde Warehouse elsphoe 3-2568: ao te brush
DpIUy 5:Os-iZ:N sep 1:3;-.5:60 1".'. -...." tlO S '" RE-NT-Furnished and un-, and related. wo
'pturdaySe0 t lies WANT TO -PLACE my maid. UG WIIUSou furnishedd 2 and 4-room modern al transmission,
'Young woman of excellent char- apartments. Contact Alhambra Road in the v
e. E aunress, od I lt Apartments, 10th Street, Phone toward Madde
,.: ,, Tioctet. e ,.. o. *. gotae0 F 18'.- Won
-V.,. ; E. r lteia ;,st ,,, te" " !FO'able apartment 1 bdrooia .d,n; a' con
*, M' r P iOn Offererr oo 4, Girl ScOutso ; M CINCO,.March -- I'ng room, porch and balcony. Balboa Helghts
dr c a, Fort Qulick, ca (UP) A spetul fire d- Apply 48th. Street. No 23, Apt. -
'1 i Ave. "w,-t ,.," : WANTED: Driver for delivery out t Fot an Loreno." stayed an abandoned Pacific 2,.& o.m. to 5 p.m.. r u.-
Sences'.L Ave.Pru72.- own cooking and even caught waterfront early today..rJ N
S -. ... .. their own fi to cook. The blaze, which sent ashow- r1!1 w orsmall family. pply
t- ..'D m 7*"-'1 D Banuk r "mrThe girls Were completing the t e of sparks high into the r l. 2-1455, :0-11:30 .,
USh ikeF ruuireents -for three.- profl- threatened a Navy ship, a as 2-4 P.,. -
JUSTaRIVED c badges: backyard camper, storage area and the Pacific FOR RNT: Modern one-bd- l
JU T ARRi n CAmpcraft, and outdoor cook. tls Company before it Was room, parlor-dining room apart-
1 They hgye been working on brought under control. ment, in house No. 45 Ave. Jose IANJUAN,
Site supply 9f unI 4ro a these badges' for some monthsbet h'e Vsel,.. wh tFco. de la Ossa. For details see 3 (UP) Gov.
. /5 Of S Vai and this overnight camp gave helped fight the fire until it was De Castro, Ave. No. 24. warned today
FaFdmous British A ATON, Fla March the i a opportunity to complete t under oitro The shithen FOR RENT: 2-bedroom o1 sonal move to
.ei -cast '6ff ntd smovod out to the spacious, desirable aportmeht in cc w exempt&I
h(P) -Jesouth w soon holde' g e lca"um wg
Sone-fifth of thetotal United State TheR 'who went were bty. There wps'no immediate best residential district. Call 2- "uios w
rfeaie savings and loan assets, J. B, Sherry Alen, Deborah Davis re ar of 'inrse." "1661 duri businesshours. island..
1 Bourne of Richmond, Va., pre Wflma Favreau, Betv Fries The fire ocutre t'3rand ORRENT: Furn apar He said su
&,I. ~ dicted today. Mary Goul4lng, PaatriciaHayes, Louisiana Streets in the Potrero FOR RENT: Furnixhid apart- He said suc.
ake SystemS Bourne, tda. pMarresident oftheSouth l inci ayes Pont district in San Prancio's ment. Arrangements con be mod a backward n
g -py l~ Bourne, president of the Sou 8th..M grm re 0Nda Roseann Indstrialsection if 'not ready, Nofth American paign he has
Secastern group conference of the 'stger, Brenda Murray, June industrial seeon. neighbors, frequent -transpora- building up t
45th St. Nog-3 United States Savings and Loan Iatull, Jwrilee Parker, Judy tion. Phone 3-0471.- past 10 years
St o League, told e meeting of hil ey and.Lavonne Wilcox. The Aseoclation was taking over the tn nited States pa
Bella Vista Igroup that assets in the 12 South. leaders who accdnmpanied the charter responsibilities. 'FOR RENT:-Apqrtment to. mar- in America.
47. 3 .2. .etn states jumped from 8 per: rls were Mrs. P. E. Favreau. Pack an4 Troop 5, Arcon, were ried couple without children. He termed S
ela' Vt I e9-;30 to .15 per cent- troop Jader, Mr arold W; organized under the sponsorship 15th Street No. 6, San Froncie,. ly introduced
S, .... r 4 prbeennt in 1954. Prey,, aslstant troop leader and f St.' Iuke's C ral with Ed. FOR RENT -Mod Representative
S"Pbably no other segment of Senior Scout Ptricia saves. Lu tOass Institution' l represen- .ed. N' 1'2ubam t
the American economy 5as ever For severall of the girls this tatfW clartrs are to be pre-
bdl,,lll Uh (L UAI experienced such a remarkable was their first night camping ente17.arh 1 t.,Charters were At. 3, "Lredo Buildin. Tel-
yvez such' a short span 'of years," isd and pleased with the very a Helhta-Ft. Amador. 12:00 and 2 to 6 p.m.
A.-2-9"Mi (Ita.t lournie a.dded. eitlebent.react!o not all the girls.| 1O- Co mauasioner Al. FOR RENT:-Apartment, living
uin |ui Vril~p Rg~H (v'He said there was "a ge&ral There a n trouble 'and the -.oto rpi a.full activt- room, dining room, kitchen,
-.. .,, aYr of confidencee in the nation lrlsGa shw rope Gr court ytoemissionet bathroom, bedroom. Jose de F- '
"I rpariag for their first dual that 1955 may be a better year characteristics. Troop 4 plans to stafW,,rid announced the next brega Ave. No. 14, Pasadena.
e o|the e 95,track season fer business than 1854, and\only havp more overnight camps in ro le,orea rch 9 at Fort
Mbalt School, has issued a shade beiow the smashing ree- the future. C FOR RENT: Nicely furished.
S,1 call for all' prospective 'urds set in 1953. ....- Nghorhood Com missioner one-room apartment, screened,
en. Thirty seven boys Bourne .said many associations Fine progress within the Pacd- Gordon lablrie announ ced kitchen, porch, garage, $75. Tel.
a werad the cai,, wlucht wnuld welcome a period in which f.l district Was noted at the first that the.V.F.W. of Cocoll has as- 3-5583, 2-3402.
Jus ..thisv ear the best turn-out they could prepare for the b I g district committee meeting held atumid sponsorship of Troop 13,
'nv ,.years for C.H.S.. tUack.', .gowth ex,-eted in 'the IM0 this year. Wm. B. Mallory new Maj. Jesse Miller, eTr 15, re- FOR RENT
anv yj :r- M Tiwhen the "war babies" of the district chairman, presided and ported the Troo ha recruited
turning lettermen are few in i1940senter the housing and say seminiuded the group that thel new committee and ~ S ., and, Rooms
.r this yar, but"many, Wiipy1.'market. o. f meetin was to coordinate thie had aset up-a ,eotplo outdoor on_ ,
assmen ave chosb to t Moyer Sen tink- J resident of Work of the different committees schedule for the y sason. FOR RENT: Clean furnished
S timers and mea. -he lome Loan Bank n Greens so that results could be passed aInatl ut.oial B $ eentatlve room with all modern conve-
l Met of the sin . also spoke to the 600 back to the Scoutitng units Wm. t Curun NO. 7, 8po nieces. 43rd St. No. 13. Bell
Sby dashn sta t here for the three-day through the institutional repre- scored the Lions, re- Vista.
and J Pa"i entafvwa. por1ed the Troop, hd increased V .----
Prim. e;-. Hl-e also reviewed the work of t 1 to 61 dag the past FOR RENT: Furnished rooms,
toee I lithe six district operating corn-year unfurnished apartments. Office:
D a.s Atosser -six the-x district operating corm-'year. ..- ... ....
theis.. neiimers iq AIn6TeS~" mnittees and, two planning corn- District vlee-claalrmap Maj. Calle Estudiante 98. Phone 2- I
i- i Kbbe Athletes nmittem so tat awuid be la- Thomas A. ]Orb ,the 1508.
Tn ^ T m .illlar I~tdia c_~ overage. possilbity that t sub-
KY, 'Perez To Iry F0r 18t 9 CA an fles chair- commit Mee Into the WANTED
Lowek i : a s rep" ,district me T further
Qaalg'and eWer- At"f" 0 hehld at Gatun torontWon. w JP- Hous"
e'' ar I en0 ofa f0 rft with In-Ca I .1r ----- j
S Athlee o four. battaons edattendanovr the pre- Increase WANTED TO RENT:- Modem
be to t stationed at Fort Kobbe willcom. V-61* Year-evr bMe chalet. Arne Haug@, Phone 3.
o. a pete l traek and field events to- The Camporee to be held at held W are 3120, Panoama.
S' W aiftblop ait Balboa safto. v Sheran March 11-12-13 will achd
e. to e put 7 enn ina] : .meet wfi be the 2 0 Are Kvent for the W. Il
Siat 2:30 p.U. prl 1-2- l Th. are to have s a t es Problem
a is comd have been w- a Den o n'd Pack Pic- John
k fthe e by mean: e for o f .Are -vent. P A
oLmpetiti th2 e unit ae A board of has approv- ,e d.S o
.. wtrdi to Mal. an a. WSilm ed the I ame nt At*
t ths ears presented T Austria, Maeh 3 (UMP)
*ki. Stor.is--a ee at the owuonor at the aen M Qaunht mag m has
Sin eachof t te u al e-Camt C .MarchT 1, lie a' cam it
vts and one teasts 1etb relay.|wil be thLe d-tW fo -applic- m e r

1 J. d pot oe-
k of gra cutting

am and he Gaun

Galun for a 24- I e* *
lane et Council ber

)r in the Board
r, supplies, m nate- -- -- .
OCL.Job L.R.... =BBS, post commander, Forf
tral Development f to-Zone af CouncilmeetingrecenUy.
with an offer ofserv in t he Disontaff woeorecei rved Certificatesreof
apparent low b -o T service, a eating. At right is Mrs. Victor Be ,so d,
Sand the Gatuneek in te Mrs. e Csus. Vice

Gastun efor a 4-Post ater at Fort Clayto. dents for Fort Clayton rs .'
work were opened b
nian' C .' ndC- ma Valentine !nd Mrs. N: a

ass cutting and Fo of th wome aloreciv- Porto, vice presidents for thuard
s beene handled d advanced first aid rficates rundu-Diablof CteaCoral C
SGron Mat o fur same time.In action, tions, Mrs. Robert
Sr, u es, 0ate .t of serv e care s r. Mrs
nd ei n be foArmy-Navy-Air Force women wo hr tf i- Mrs. Ladlaw wereprnt eter

cutting and ground were not.. ca, one agenda'oganier and'
Sedivid n t bid cl H.tes of servi in the Distaff Volsita recent, respectively. e
a contractor ficer of DisastegreControl Program Thon of chlad toa. supervisor s Co-
n tearing fu bidse were presented to overtifica00 wotes- one is headed by Mrs.Wllar-
wfe 'C.A. Hil et, of -Fort Cloyto;, Corozal, Dia- emyour president4 Mrs. R'liait
Sb t blo Terrace andtoCurundu, n a Ebbs, Mrs. Victor Bwaans alid
and cu The ceremony wheldlas thweek in the Mrs. Del Casausre ce e s

S tforielectrtim the tri.service awards have. The program, presented -befle .
S'm Bambo been presented iatn the Fort Clayton. ent a acrousd of the flag as Td

icsnty ofe ummit to Area. byigibility is based upon guldons of Fort Cby,- tom1
ss eenu Bdi o n mpletd advned firsa firt a id es rundu- witablh an e Cort 1.1*se-
e Grounds Mainte a ng, the came time. "n a 6 uton,eov tons, M Rob.ert R1tf ab .
be orwd4d to rmqe womenw Hoonsh ad "Mrs. Peter'
cutting, and ground were not rent mt.treceive m ia zone agenda o r nand
nama peontrators icerityof withe "greater Fort Clayton of child ca supervisor Is a.t
will be tth work to assist the 0s0eeion wat.A s "a4i
rassuttin The ceremony was athe f t ch ild care centers. i

rk e last October time thetiservie awardshe. he and prpqte B a.t-
Dam. Bids onWilliam K arrison, Jr., Prs., the organedwith an.. o o
Wbe ad e l Mrsed Miton eice.in a M iles n Mrs Chaplain, Ro ---

T y L net C. McGarr, M rs. Ja C Hood, a akM t
Mrs. Norman D A. Costeoo and o n UOK ., .-
.t op of tpeWit h enor e eng of the- arib and

Pueoto dleo, Mar r. M W i. E. Ladliaw are the pre- H U.5, B -
Lul Mu Mari sent members of this as council. Kores Di War Vets
that any co s. Mrs. MGa Mrs. SeymoMrs.Costello and-

ws could rove hike minimum 'ages and raise with words of
he economy of tthe Puerto Rico to continental levels, PiERREA D D 3areh USP(W)
Se the senior intentioned -but ani, m About e ,00 d"th Dakota' V.-

Sa step would beforfewived about the reality ofr Arm-our terwomeansof the oarean Wr ar'
v the'cam- situation orced-expected to cntaim bonuses attioer
ie island ti tis e As a small, predominantly'-agti- ed cost of 7 .million dollars.
as asyibol of U- cultural area gightha g u hill Aprsil residents will beg aiu
mrtnership with Lat. against overpopulatidn and slums, ing eitra sales taxes an -
he said, Puerto 'Rico can develop ditiona' mill m property 4ats4te
several bills recent- only at a slower Jr.ace than the finance the bonuses. The t" a .s -
in the House of Industrialized mano and United will be repealed when ftindk~a
s, which would States. collected to pay-the onmuases ,
) abolish Puerto Ri- -



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Educators Arrive, .
With Zonians
To0 Evalte i,_n the Service

U' Junior College i e heS....te

the Packer Collegiate Institute 11U. b. Armed Forces r 'in-
of Brooklyn and Dr. Charles Sel- va i ted to contribute tW this de-
die, director of admissions of I TI. p rtmen by maling data *
SLehuiversbtyp tted o' 5 the zone Serviceman's e It-
_the -lsbr pia ne seterday or The Panams-AVse=le.
I r I Miami" fo ae Did o soe ,h salute Is the Box Io4, Pan-ama. P. II'
I purpose of eealti the pgam tI late Gertrde Iwreucea jorn yEd beSrmation as to s-rvicemen's
on4 Junior College. uivae's -Touat of the Town?" where.bots their promoW
Both men usre repsemitete1 Staso, one thing may be puzzling tkos s a4 excerpts frwom their

ary Schools, wle is a branch of her good i n s performing, ..... ---.-
of the Panamea ioelatton which and so oa-and the- there was an e Li l u r -,
recently com pleated the .yalu- t gone, sc e from "ede ark wnoug
tiw'`O of Cri atoba and a bo a AD B t w9t 9 'tu may of temporary Power .T
High 8chi00ls. Lo.tlllnkther4 was any point in
Dm. ShAtIdr and Dr. peldle, lre- i, but-.
accompanied by thei -wives, nd' T years letter in the name show that ed Lierraday
were en, muat' the airport by n- GeHarian. I w rn iTransyl-d thereI
g Hollyrd ar, supeinteident o are ltttersncfnal th e weene "Judith the s .
the Division of Schools and b' Anderso." Fourtien reom sixteen las Vegas Sahara providing that
Roger C. Hackett, de i of the as two. And these ara TWO of theo the hotel must have a nurseniald
nbl Zoniene Junibr College. stags i-tihae great. Now do fr her rany Fitgeraldre maybhould they
The evalnatlon of the Junokt you get the cbasetion? visit her. That culd be the origi-
College which IS patriotic .x- - nal Santa clause . Brqadway
3tn cLDLIft" At Cobi .Y., seacue work- aminatIol for accreditation,>wiIl ja a Fda wps.sitting in recognizing TV ,more and more-
be carriedcolle oct bl the two du-ardt's, Nuse batifuld ad Biow Tony Carewoli, the "Bit- Pa-

ers try an r..ovo td o she body of Seymour la ..rd. W ho was driving a y d (U.S. Alr

-I -. r Ife l w" Prv cattliovet.isWekf .e af Te.ii h onho ShFann" -e1ce rapllrohas wer shwH --- K S 1'
. an.xtend from b"s, he Is not one of theInjured,bute. They willmake. a Inspe on wa ain GGL T how she was tired appedt s tage the daneht for tVolunteer Secretariat of .he Mil

am of mofthe.e gal eawqles for ipeff ofichl,, oa psine on, de spi es.c ""g m sof his al,^ "A nk les
Rescue wq*er. f'teen of the 25 peson th bus were i Te a cort Josef Dl s ( a Bel
Injur.h o .c t 1 e wnestr to to "sl. iteo want csomebodnty Aweigh" JudyJohnson and ritar Armistice CommLa i
mor le t ea d lU wc. nfetr w oit oly ahr was das anid, they cal ill ray" es who sng soirm.whafcesdilared

ands w a .g .oehie ry oel also oty.A s o her he aint thus cer a there oldand w resd S fhowsmo tst p sedp Iune o the i
me"aIWO.ofoAWsInterestingha short oandy wthJ prwa yn reunited on imncdtRi1111-1

Scours. e sbeInd .otbntt oesorWrdcame by mr replacement .n.. The another. Bo Teas aen M
the wet I i came to t 4Ueri eIt e y d .llT yo rem Pre ...oweer, 0 t .
HOLLYW ica stIiE of saff)memr cut halsermod

.-therre' t for'y erf ou," was postponed during Po er'so .
lasid Gateiltusel e ..o h oieana of the Panama Linret.t he- s 0 1N.4air wsdrk n e. And Roberta e e. oLewi s s,4:B
uierrma o thre Wro ie e eonce wt th or After h'vd gone, she turned backI The Flark wasn't Ligh..t Iaienough, N L

MOase there a y re toe what I I c, youthful Bran w st skirts ever since I've slunk Mrs.temporary Power SATUAYbot o whom

Iom.le a., De1bbe_ Rod roadway hita "The Bad bee, he twrk was ompoae., arsolot, ugh movies and televisin andhairah Einht fo are h nowM reading in Tgkomat a 1 Pa
s out e vitamin i e eAnd she e explained how th t par, MheWaywarSn. d tanl
Ge Madisos frwhaerJ ohuoe wef hamed.c behw P *n ose ort exe waorkc- i c Tatey Wlofo't arrest me bfor, a or a rle. Brad .R' vin -n R chard _atetenededoranstriob.rl lr -ym new'c m
ingo Eddie Fsr-.. ua LanaTHE WITNET: It happened dur. NW OR oICUr .. *ailer .I first c-mp to America six edllb. remembred, however,n

attag oulywood An year. 1 -_E.Whsal- lfur osy..mloy, vsesnredb htoe- ..me-tdag ohler than tempt m Im C KV I cshow that Introduced Liam n s a n o
e"aigh ~IiywAnowthaerno mar ]is relrsale of atlove scene to War orhsrvtmusical, gdurtor and "If taron. .o wi cobb transydI hRedmond to StardomW e h Irish.

S- .. o mo noted forhertor, Arth Role d ivskithe alm o (wie, ile e d expertly), Ibewdmuanife witvh te svr, o -- Ir eA SHOWS FRIDAY
No i0 the ail Russellay elow husky voice and a famous concerto a n signed MCgfor and oIlV estheyal- Is evous eyes could 'be te
Ne% toy friend, (-eue Brewer 'f star.."Honey,"s'be winced guest erOductor at a recent Pays- hay. e bevoeutions there, like next Barry FdtogeraldAlormaybe!

ubiist a aseired me he and iti Sh ourase or oie ia fe rearal itlh theli. heorhl. a New Yort ve, sent.Iore pre.I a OUSTON ex. Marr To Woodsd. I GT

nhmewnanr wdat sDe ba _d er oadwan hi B, Seed ,a smustheo w notor, rewas ;om ented, Edery oay, ae Itroduoed --h Eduaovo Zusdetl Aneevo.n adl a re "1o ren n n1 |To,
Safer wornt wth eum vo n. L e a Ma epodume. aer hlsam. oa-Symh to the ron.s we vted bia'serald Issaor tohe first Lia ed. ,

heetelst;onrad teOt;I )1 U winter "break.on At es s hmag f maogany Labe ond cStates, teves ooffeeyo emrsnlw For Brt ef Thunder ,n the EIst | IG
heding t houbdd EFh o w .n e rt edo kne lae' ofcon crt4 r he had s revbluto e.. I odnd.l oe's a great. p

busty Gaim rVp4 e,5' y n l*i I 'yra Hess her 30th apssl eanfn.ebducter wB. danger U.S. export business. 1 l-

routo 'ssthre oast .11h. ,, thear lv N Hre. wir perte oretetsam'evey rp mo a rthatace caled ev se .a......uV! dfrom eontr3n1.s !sh

g H' .. .... ... .. w:.. ,Borahms srst phno s wt gongam personalty owith a velvet The Latn bmerican evoy toldA yl----".
D: anything ent talk, a.Mar between ch she made her debut wth t," e ad. more a group of atemen, cotton.. ..
NI'll. qegalaaglesfo eff ich d s o le r, o ld CHA RUGGLES b T h set his hair each night for his

er: 'ae you seen e iis ealt h authorities sai d to-the orchestra in question a l em tan v p. Igrowrsnd A girl may love you from the ot irthdaythe rest o the cast got
Ru selll whrodtroduced ltrangedy eoev seven pati New York musical people d nk m e y mgarsla that coffee, profits from Latin A-t n y
ter Gailwsso divorced inpMexiwife, model'Shitle"T ieramcondiucted hisfirstconcerton to ofthereartTt th e's o tog andpreet thi Ute R ia Macparran

byo,Guy Madison, woaes a S 1 dei- Pre toalaht wntir teand.i" thnls os o te- emas tvity whoao nailethert eowan meriweai 4 coffee-phreuyin.g Aml. ln wad etR cadTh

.Ilterko yard every MordayH..al _Seriee ,lerosa..rium S oun. tra,.e r .C .Symphony, la won, ak -am doe.sn't.ge. almay.' tro.es' compes about 40 per cent trip to ta woshed someUres R E L E
.... .. ..... e.re l "s cal wer am h"er 0m o of pe n ul) and the slight ae t (charm n the .S. He said roughly b i pers .,oArma cd t ^ I I R ic a T
s i reach the screen Air" ts secoonert er that ng). She's trie t lose it. (The cent of th nation's export bun I I w
S1958. It's a o tipulationpa conduct n ha InCt K a ne s h Lati Tern wenvas atotnltoa ond

niteer a1.3ri'l D marMe it stum active eases of Han. .ernlei te flrst nad been There are ony two people I 'Our peoQle, : the ambassador Bu,, o Texas,o. attendi
bhroom ++. Swedish beauty Anita sun .leprosy disease, have bs e n o layed without a conductor. The now who lost their accent eo. said "are oaed with the ticklsn .Theall. no substitute for aood SHOWS: 3:15 4.35 6:4C
Roierg t hatit. v.to ed eA wo of the seven wee is return n as guest cndue- "I came to this cm Int rid a problems keeping a raes low ea. For ashone, Tarens att di
s oh ebut She pBays a .ehpe roens-;-i o adwas et an e otin th and I B enough se cuth a yo used a real flight sool.
in "Bpld Alley," a renc iam Myers, e f of th e te ret o musical people wa itonation."r to buy and high enough thfeat.n our .,. .. l. n ,. f o e uperi
sb* Jwe othin a few on h fldroth.sa l a m Pe t remiere of V la-b s second accat l Sorh s w.about a bperfectnd of gypsies |tions h nden buh for the wmials aed
trate.il_ o r-therWnrsan g rlGuaves." _.oned ot.rclnes ra wuutlto li A led n.e oe a i she saben t my spangles and s annual green bonge exporn the Al arent side and. | b
up ~tth r ahe nixed the mt er role thee oram ot l ce list for whom slit skis ever sin Thcer. I've s ue s sron M e rs. Ma Sparran, both of whoa I
ZThomas. u elbihe e four "t'ra ove" eash e~i Tsh d beu mith et eoewasrcompted weh l earaist t through movies and television and tin America. n are now residing in Takom
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s Now ous e J ne et the ivitatoa . .b health hazard ulel man Bwoak rsataditr that weeM not ,m u ctse. He wa unnurt.. Mi
athe gues .eish Jeuene lwo hh daashu n wa een g eandone ritout works fiot.. "They won't arrest me for a itheil Richard attended Cristobal

Bount o nharadt. i asaakotered rnun THig htents were stsere a o C - r a id m o ei ng _pice l ownse ah ined a wal a esd-
ent ~.ooa Maie.. aane -pdh ALot n t. MtherexMrs. Barker. Si wahntr etropa symphony TBr To acquaint P eople a_6= : ..oenm worn thin.h e-
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ew ....... l a's music! direotor returned to buted Every day, so introduced ... Eduai do ZuluetAnei Colom-i
afrwh s wot hu mhrey -r a-sthePodium Feb. 10 after ..is m ssrs to the throngs who std bia's ambassador t. the United J
abt. JbnHustonndeter Sin e LastotpSonsay winter "break." At his, firstd-wit-uqagthemahoganyW cabinets and States, believes offeebuyin em- n or d "Thunder in the East'
.Iots ofbad English -words," atieofleo certoherhappearanbeItnwoked.Nowoht'sWatingrtoOleangerUS.andexpli0gortsinessy (W foroBad

other "Have you seen The -State health auiorities said to- the orchestra in question. odthana vamp. I wers and other business n MEREN, Conn., March
Shas day. "they believed seven patients New York musical people judge. hinkI'm the.7onlyHungarian in IAtBcof mLatin A- 'UP-A nationally-known Juve-m
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STANDINGS Puert Rican welterweight AtlantIe Twlifght aeSbacl and saeway t
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NEW YORK, March 3 (UP) Take, it from New Cristobal 5 2 ofy wke ,a hundred Puerto I- Powell 4 1 .00 to the "smrmu .t
.manager Al Lopez-Cleveland's collection of bril- Crstobal A. a 4 P c o ao or
ant young pitching talent hasn't crowded Bob Fel- .Sed g he sfta o t eaone, -.. -a..a
outopJla t h ahaysahs ppensthis oeareaRm W .iswLto bat- L At CUa TCoits
r out of the Indians plan ths year. It always happens to one team ten rounds agalit Joltla' oe TPoweaS 23 0.. m.
'The 36-year old. Feller checked Reports that the Washington each year, and last weekh aw asOfNOWOnd l an sat the TONIGe r710 pa a
4 at Tucson, Ariz., yesterday to Senators were prepaing to trade the fatal moment for the Cris- =aArens Sunday night. Navy vs.Cw
seasoIn his th the Indians an trad imn- Vernon and third-basemaMiCn yd- hit safetly a alnst Sammy Mor- Rsde told rosmoit End. By TREKVOR.SIMONS than last -.'v
e ws assured by Lopez dieYost were ridiculed by Clark ris, of the Od Cristobalnine. qu rtha he .lt -nine, driw
that he f1 urea prominently in, Griffith, theub85 Morrlubss, with his windmill style t Pert i and tend t l their nearperfect High School,
his plans. eller's status had be- owner. Griffithad he never Morriswith his windmill style C as obviouslydono
his p lans. beca use of Lopez' had ed holdout and of pitching has proven his title. ie pls Perno enlen ruonyt 1 With another to upset the a.
dobes ; working Ray Narleski "wasn't going to start now." And as the fastest and most effective tP hard-uitting oinr This realization was ao pennant bound
d Von MossriIn addition to he said there was nothing to a pitcher in the league. Although Usdasdaled to work mweThinvrelh atiohgwas
D Herb Score into the In- report that Yost. who has signed, htheoA.C. scored one run, It ws ouathh noathe work~. Y night when sthe seloatKaiser Bazan
ae Herb Score into the In- would be traded to the White the result of an enor, stolen Ion Ae n. whee e will wind owel nine pounded out a to re to toss his .at a.h plt
S tons lansd Bob I for five pler. base, and a series of infield outs. up h ra eeule to. of 2 which were ood for the ard-hittn
Si as often oBobected-tose Two key men on different uemorrow afternoon, re and the highest score yet and taking no cargwy
I in," optexplained. "li e's teams were ranted the same The Old Cristobal team col- for this season. ly send Rowa to t hIll
got" a. ope_ expline .es re railng them- lecetd three safe hits, with Da- Joltin' Joe, meanwhile, contin- It was also the w I d est try and stopC0. -
fs l eft l f sood pltehin elves into shape In the hope of vid Hawthornes double leadingI uedOto dm lay to n form and yes- margin by which any team ha NAVY TO --por mut
S Felletr, who broke n with the bouncing back after poor 1954 Crawford and Morris with sin- terday seeded fft and ready to won agame for 1955 and the sec.
Fyeller, who brokennw.h theo nai gles. So Its history now with a ^B step nto the ring right now. Jo n ad shut-out victory scored this The box seore: -
ndans in 193,season appeared compiled camp no-hit game going to Morris and sparred for five rounds yesterday y.. .
games last seasonand-lost record Manager Bucky Harris of the Old Cristobal. spa-three -ith welterwoundst Baby was scheduled to bea a OWL,.
i, a tin 13-3 won-an ed-lot run Detroit old first-baseman Ferris Hawkrnt and two agast ama- "eb" ame turned out to e .. .
-ia Ltd ion a to 3.0 ear n Fain, acquired from thg White New Cristobal, moved into the taur wianweight prospect Her- Laco'mPleroute when Powel Players ab r 1 u ,
y vee, Lope decisionto retain Sox to "take thin e easy and top spot again, after dropping bert pouglas. batters, right from the start, be- Dedeauz, us $ -' 0 a
S as a starter ives the one- ox to "tawoke thingrry boutmis easy acou two games in arow They droppinally The dusky New Orleans bat un taking batt practice off Hooper, 2 2
M Van Meter, ow275-marebllek pie of exhibition games.' Fain found their early season form by wt tler y he kl to his e offerin a of w&lln Ride, 3b N 4 1
chance to reach the 275mlose o suffered witn sore xnees last sea. trouncing Old Cristobal by a 16 an ot "tolng around with but weakinogl urlers HI.ey. If o 1 o 0 0
the victories before the ose o2 son and played in only 65 games, to 3 score, and then won a free e blei boyst Louf Dedeauz h came to the GI nd N, b C 2 2 2 3
g ?ampae during Feller haawon6 sManager Walt Alston prescrib- scoring parade from the Cristo- There is the poslbUty that plate si times and. wa never put Manning, b-rf 5 1i .1 came
.gdsl cheries a faint hope ed the same treatment for ptich- bal A.C. team by a 16 to 24 score. Tde oss the tweht Plor at@e ixiBes and ws. P. s never put r I S
t he ca nr ea h 3a r en DonNewcombe,there .. .l ose thewe Brooklr out. The Powela snor-stop Docery lb 6-*
ant stoer pcheithes a00 a er Don Newcombe, the Brooklyn elt monto. According to reliable worked the Casanova pitcher for Rinehar rf-2b 4, .0 .
ore calling It a carer. Onl Dodgers'No. 1 bustof 154. New- Box score: OOLF. IZ WINNERS Mrs. Connie Bihop, above, won the rtsovRado ippedth eaesone- wLt anh a a sbit4 4
mtdhm onlty sixrcornvewogamOLD CRISTOBAL low net, prize at Panama GolfsClub
Soopen moreng a pef., hItchedo nlysxm Y ne 8nsoerwgamesh w Orne R TOBA o inle Pfan m olf Club who empleas of'-the Pan-, u day and he hiamonlo two days in.rscore 5re ,0 of the winner's runs.
A00 or nore ames. eaaanwhileat seaon, was to d to work ama Canal CompanyComtroler's Of ce and eir wives and which to pare off the excess a- But eaux wasn't alone. Vince Errors: !amling (tl
iAt Phoen Durochi tanwhi msel f nto sha apn d is excus- Players AB b I guests recently held a tournament, buffet and dance. Bob Col volirdipoIS. Rosado and Brown WtSdge bat was also angin a
near as tie "potential big ed from exhibitin games until Crawford, 2b 3 2 1 Ier, left,ron the low net or, actual employes of the Comptrol- signed for a weight limit of 146. merry tune, with 4 for 6 In a CABANOVA3
man" of the New York Giant he states that he s ready Conception, as 2 1 ler Office. ncer, center,was MC.me t saw every P ll
pitching staff this year and ac- Other camp news: Pitcher Don Morris, p 2 0 1 Ttqt himiti Should be a tar hit Safely with theexLty r0hi
Scept saf the blame for the Larsen reported knok-lem-d w n-d rg .em exception ofaurel Highley who 0
big right-hatder's dismal 8-8 Yankees 18 pounds overweight Hawthorne. 3b3 0 ^1out" affair. Heraelo Ottl love alsocontributed his share to
sholwng In 1954. Duroche had at 232 -,pounds... Bob Rush. Backins, lb kok em-ia. e i seen h i n of; Lure Hey wo h re lf-. .
big right-hander's disma had at 2323pou0d Bob Rush Bac i*s, lb 3I swap punches and Sylvester victory with three bases on balls. Zepeda, 3b 2 0 1 0 2
"heart-nto-heart" talk with flashed good stuff in the Chicago Simons, cf 3 0 0 Wallace, his oppent in the Noel Gibson toiled on the hill Menard 2 00 0
eam and ..en turned him oer Cub' three-hour practice a nd Hause, rfp 3f ,1N l u. wnt e -o. ,m 2!
a "heart-to-rheart tal w Cubra trehn hoe r wactice and Hause, rf 3 1 01e. .anzacy .9I3.66 wsheduled 135 poud e'ight- for Powells and found the g Martene, .
S oearn and .he .-_n tuwh manager S ch annouPed Gonzales, lf 3 1 0 u I ,rR, rounder, packs dynamite in exceedingly easy acor hi Lopee, ctf-t 2 0 0 1.
the prediction that would be the team would play Its first in- - both hands. Wlace riding 7th win o the eaon and wim r 0 0 0
the prediction that Sox trasquad game on Sunday. Totals 4 3 the ret ofthree consecutive Ing his th consecutive complete Pere 0 01
T new man int'56 1 6 knfoat victories and has taite. Cafanovas only used two 80la, p & o 0 0 1
The Chcago Whiten Box ut Rookie Ken aed CRISTOBAL A.C. S tated that he is seeking hispitchers, but they could have
amps, La. when Infielder by manager Edle tanky to PACFC LITTLE LEAGU Jimm leguas gave one of his fourth, used a dosen had It not been for.1 1
Ca MIchaels ollapsed after a st arat sh rtto in tohe S t. Lebatard, ei 3 0 0 lf te mound r er o pero Sm eo aw Two nourround rel mInaries
Tarmoutt 'mni al Hs ital. r with the Ya0kees on March Prenzala, lb 1 0 0 W Pet. ing just five it te Pals co- u out the eelleprorm
S ic els sf fierd a double 10... The Baltimore Oriolees Queada, 3b 3 0 r TO e 2 0 1. 00 ed two runm s in the first with a Eric Armstrong- tackle BattlUng br0oo 10b CO tin
*.h fracture when beaned by nounced they have assigned vet- Torie, p 3 0 0 Spur Cola 2 0 1.000 couple of walks, but only after a Siki at 128 pounds while the
aron Frcano last Aug. 27 ran pitcher Hwie Fox to an Lwe If 3 0 0 emor Agency 2 1 .667 few errors had set them up In oenin contest w between
a To ws f red bls career Antonid as pitching coach. ox Pabon, 2 1 0 0GI raltar Life 1 1 .00 the fourth the Police scored up-and-conng Daniel Ward andr
it was re had a 1-2arecord la" season. chin drf 3 0 0 Ph o in e 0 2 Oeirotherrunontwoflybanesdys ROtr n
hge Idd -ouscf 2 2 0 0 a 1414 0 3 A00 errorandan overthrow. Ho UdIlr
tas o1 the -' Hh Fop r a the-first the in th five ialt* h p o o meeto't- sC IVISIO

,n Club n tr Balboa All R eady h of hos e b eagu n Arme forces League

-e o ors bo epslc o t f toibaho ernsfntt e "ciont esB ,w1 Tot hra nu, a
ftee w ini a ng stellar players Kr nooyti sel T ln e' d p

^ Soh by a scant margin Inrtr i o: 14 bma cp-eJatthe their opnents, the st- u oc at Rainbow City. Arm At ant2 .231 i lossnff rebl
T, o FndovIfdual hoconors went to range. llc L ueAll stars should on uea.kted a for bae bber m COuoco toand supr te L 5 2it *192 The AlCa e docor meSS
sFru i lu StasgP t 8enyear pitcbcte pkie they,-NanMt AI- A BAI .C AMD. .N A two-agger. 3
After two weeks of secret pra- Range: Cristobal Gun Club. s thenextpi wthvesatile on.w they want your hl w x

Sethe Cristobal Police Issued a Rules: NRA rules S hah govern. S luge ln thlItan 7," Alb r ook h -a in city na sulte o s3 e ad wle e.

challeng toSthe Cstobal unm nSrylimit Noimo: Allum. sThe Balboa Highe School tar mp acc5ngthrefeathe an he put ARMED FORCtESe with1Mailninanceplayihg
C" lubpo i.cn1..- e5. Mattehel shu ,rda d_.. si Thel e.ato whe t or eS ectorle e CHe a Eos 81-ANrd Miller pik; up N.l
l to n ra match over th.e bers and thei r eastsonf allFCR-05 I e ols c c i a e t er the le a T Tab mik Ft aKobe.....1 10l --- o te la y hit p
teri th a:o noa ybe mn aonea themth t 0 p.m. deston whoe later In the ae ouget ,rundu a te d atAinb wi Army Atlantic 63at Albrook pie ykm to am.

b Entries:olee ie tb5 e mad 1 e0 road time tmre easro-a-sWs the Hch W estoBan Kob 4.aand mbw1iy Ft. Clayton-Troops (.43' at One o L b 3
.,h eLe .. ..e..... .ago t 100 fire at s .tat .Wat sotsine n ho lW VarsltB is made u of a- ,drzrock once. Kobbe 2 3 COC ht oal h te ta......an t n r a e5 21 .19,17 nt g

Stwaurtl?...........- 184 matic p ao. onsse loaded in de fifth in B4 REV BOB RICHARDS SmAlbrook at Sial oos (%2 r l in e t"h.
T dy.hnor lc Le age Aof l ne star tou Freddy was nicked for n der C. .C. 1 4- W ee dn eso n strie and le

x. Crobal Gsrn Cluf 00 Entry Foee: 1.00- yper ompeti- prove a he aworthop s po r es and tu the Fort Kobbe and Albrook plate w

A was Po l.ce ogan ig b me in wt edc t n t- it alt 3 o ub A k h raoe Ae en rl a h-n a a
bn e t 0mon. 8or olothe Teen Asole Grouv think that rles ith it padrohe by CarbdnSu veh( lar (18 inni -0 win over Atairmy 0hd arr oftpindled in

ri d antS "homter Hottinh scopes may be -nd tince Adalb rt F stlich decided The box score: lt on d aW CUw W tB d f Albrk d C aorrtclytn 1 Te ---e SGMI. w
dou-t a..... ..... .. aq' n ll0imtdS ni on nd safmo f i 0bthree hitsand t eem lArmanF t.Prle O 1 ruens An th i r emin h e. enth an
w apoic a nt Jo ner0 cloe. o mer -or y to lo ,t ovhe Fairnsom ayersD reIr un 5.nsies abd h .aeittleo os.(18Innings)
the ruthnig an a 0oraM fie ler Pshmtneb 1 f0 nM asa es tori oAayt lsdr-is
Ososed his .yos long enough 1 055-SpeGamesaryne ft-hoedrer,4eo

1b m n9.neT Kenny Pearl, the pride 'nof Las Cme atCo e

lCAP P OL MATCH Genpal eI ande dndi For the many foallra Rhodes Rh eC okan, ot 0 0 0 w i tr t touched Johnny for a o to 1y s h a wa e e. Bow ay
lnc c ow ie Fast Z1.....cl etbee thel tBrowne-l alnets 8i wro k, tr t West Bank game watched a Army Atlantictheoe tickke wntheAalrwe-en
Course (10 rounds slow them Lchante toserelwhen he lofted the ball Out drilling O he duel betwe
titiehseydle ph..... .0.ou ds. I"o av p o e e MClOWn h.t a cleaf sin- Batem an of W est Bank. Up n J Clayt o e-.
Cror ..........o a r a ve offtchLege. androther waelp fohn y atch erunoadethnng, oe h with p.m. sgleyton in
maticnPistol. years s shouldWfield handing basesloaded In the fifth inningRhoo (t e
C r s p ick vlenable the coaching stafto toninerthus, vRitm BOtRICARDSeri ooSooatSecarm lcs
740 Compeu"to.sma-atch the boys as they come a- In fact the enteie Spur Cola team COtU0g Wrst BAiren ptther
Gunf Clu .e own handicap based on a scoretlni through the Fastlicn nLeagueP performed flawless fielding. NotPutiwasWdestucakllthe eay 'thkr,,wa helper
.Iori G Invited of.30.For exampled.n-$if.sour r, rw te hopick I and pick out the better prospects X single error was chalked up wsndtcolthevWry
Smith .... of. 0.a F ora m l irore i)f Oa -lrt' f iht: Pe.wit ht at manp tr picking out i ,p Fort Kobbe and Albrookp te b

Sor on: AtClub b abe to co- T te f Crrgan 1 2 0 0
gtortLanizatione. Apetitora fame aad b est- nutts, S was the number, and I far more t that. by ulsa1na:ne,
to" .fptorsAnne ,Moynian. Mirole Lord ATLAUTIC UrTTLd LAGU fv pad L. Q. Is thee sap tam tat a
and Miriam Gok will roll It off .. t was in at Champign, w hsh ninth win i two cot ol l a D
S. .next Ladlfes Da. I. e PolicePs condlaed W UL, thatI a yaiyosu loes an bait M lW of t l is d
come en ot and join us on show their w %hwa v by d t who was mi r a j f shutout t t nnngt41. p a
SLadles' Day. t a is a 35 cents "ating the Oeo Cau trouble, tpedi toi Gar-Itwtb por
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Drops Firom 1 0 In Pacific Twilp Gam

Tp Ilnkings A PCIFIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE run of the i ah e
TopC I kinSS ISecond Half a andle sigdles fo n Rdj.
]m, -- I Teams Won L Woodruf f r
Womack Distillers 3 1 from second on Woodle's
MIoM Fla, March v(-P) Lucky Strike 2 2 behind second ba.r
~o Ia&Stare ah stood enerus- American Legion 1 2 Lou Charles pitched RU
461st Signal 1 2 way for Woniack gl upS
the end of theroad to- wa king four and' n
be manager su tested he .TONIGHT'S GAMES teri down on strikes. Eu
auft aEter a surprise ve-round '741st signal vs A Legion a gave up three hits,
k unnown Julo ie ...'t three and struck out four
Lucky Strike behind the effec- ters..
SMeder s, a 4-1 underdog tive pitching of Owen ther- Bill Carlin and Woody .
fro ea.roa, bea fu l dooreod og l land defeated the second half ruff were the leading bad t
from Havanah, Cuba, fl oored leader Womack Distillers Tues- with each man getting two .
Ls I/eais three times in the day night by a to 0 score in three '
lopsided bot, the last time for a fast and well played game. The box score
he ftll eount at 1:37 of the Sutherland, 15 year old high
flfth-roand o. o i school student, made his first LUCKY STRI
eve taer ewdos'yunc ohand us start of the season and set the
i even af thr ders' hand was Distillers on their ears for six Players A r
lifted n mph, til was too innings, allowing only one hit Scott, b
beuei of b futuindre asin t roomi until the seventh. Three batters Kosik, b '
Smto talk of future plAn ad-hisfaced Sutherland in eac of theCox, as
I maner, Jimm o Agelo, ad-.' first four innings and with one Mora, lb 1 I
i emittedd talk of n see away In the fift Carlin dropped Ridge, If

f ut $ trag it s th t ga v A -e i on, ly three morein batters n the
Suw can I say about the fu- U L UE fCamill home run threat of Brwoklyngs 1941 National Legue h tt W ls

turesif he can t wi nf d .aht ike pios eocks out doughnuts now. The guy who on t 34 homers in the pennant wenwin n Woodruff n short centerfi e lrt
l.asthen and beloIe lSast nights noesis .L Lden gled with two awayh and Carlin Glud e 3 h n
tersn an e Mefim restight Ino orthersnvednSutherland iads 33 0
lost deei.ons to Don aCockell of F loadsied the bases with a walk tolCarln, lb 0
Stsr nd o has rd candChareytwoie un ld te ba w ith a walk td w Charln, sl ( tS
right ut aof the top heavIt ev ALVIN ehRT M. beaten the flaabe wh playing c o relie m uth erla nd Ch aMresp- S 1 0
we ht rankings. A elal Correpondent in her threesome. Te was applause from the fans for his Cicero, f
l ust couldn't gest started," La laying o even terms with LoU. magn ided fent performance
tra .sad in his dressing, roe.. JACKSONVILEt. Fla.-(NEA) se when she holed out that fabu. Ilearne got Lou Charles on SCORE B5 INNINGI
"I don't know i it was thne l -Pretty little Marle a u e r lous shot." strikes to end the game an pre-
dt.eou. m ofthatoIheavr-rn gos aat te ag nof.e enemth ovnreawintI .new Orl onlygDstillrthesmou 000 naI

punch really hurt". she's a washout in professional Malene m o vhe ia Toe ew s. Lucky Strike red the W.rs 000
,o 7l4-Serie "aTt otthe age of 21. slean s *fort hen Colonit hu Open. /
"Anybody who t h i n ks ,I'm On the f I n a I day Marlene
yOn The Alleys... through at 21 can forget it, she tratiled the leader,- Zaharias, of I
...ST. T. Fro h Ali s f yh 2h said determinedly b ,sas rs e scourse-by five strikes. But sheM RSi o heOaensT Ti Fildl S'omntlileMar
Sreadiess toa fot h oas preparing for ye Jackson-b-a r woun up the day a wiI nh e rBt- e
..ainigk m l Bo Balner Knocks Out ville Wome n's Open trtinfiring a.70 (five under women's__ _
-'n.in otA 724 Series Mwarch 4.W grar) and setting a course a record
"That oTer-thefhill stuff sound..s f3or women. Pa g
tons The 24th week of the Pacific like something started bsom"That-was the clincher," Mar. With IC y ver
T ETERSBURG. From the Atlantic sartlof Dayed little wishful thnlene says. "I'm not 'little M a r-
Fla., to thf desert locale of Tucson, Arls., "I maor llss"" rolled with Bud Balect, top ke .-ng-ma _e someone afr a Id of lene' any more. I'm a big girl o -
re who on Tuesdaymoorni nm th pringn out a 24 series, with games tink954 was the turning nson gpendtahngT
he's4" point for me. I believe I've start- son opened with a bang Tuesday 504th. Distance 125' 1"
once conducted on home fields, later shifted to northern re- of 266,214 and 244.hThis isBud's
sorts like Lakewood.,N. J., and now split between Florlda, with third 700 series this year.vWith ed to click as a pro. By that I B% 4 h o'dtm Ilk.tcafternoon as Balboa Highn School Broad Jump: d. Goodetsa
13 club s,.andAr zona---, w_",- the, an forin essOfe&e beckLIng Mknocked off the Buckeyes for 3 tour or anything like that." the 504th. F.A. of Ft. Kob n
orthetPennant races-.-n with ,1954.. a practice meet held in the Bai- Jump: 1. Mantom
layers f o wnthe pennanto a en rief A outlay of b points and moved back up to Marlene finished 1954 nith tn
brnutileshasgrown, Ais t a beotOfacnd e. official imone y winning wit59. With only two weeks prac- 504th. HeIgt 5' 8
about$ uo a o e e a n toon aeys 1 and 2 the Termites $4,787. and 0lth in Vare Trohy 59. With only two we saome Pole valt: huff, 13.
Most it. r ee m .inrity T -e --ertookmany2-post decision off thnestandings with an average of 7.- Goin to tht disgresultsiin several s of ofe,
and ite a ml~a n this ow .With urof ostncy. H a Rods. High: ter the Termitese 9 for 67 rounds, thie racswurisn meiloeetns an I hak .
andoIndlansy~ are otsonthe bi o oer.t or eate Bpeah and were Bill CoffeY 614t and uI Bt, the high point of the las. wrtheraesult wihse t r e etors the dti Hiht 10d 6'
high i ad o u o h it5 4 r a c. d H prom ise of som e .oYm o ellent shown th a cT e roon, the
iarmio mentlim s h o m baen t he off icias eiOn itato n d1 Guun ove&._F 6r the HI. matte r r5-3, 105-pound.lass in result Of this r ofesa With t
ia eoth e .otrin i witr las a. -rticulr-Bob and Doris Huddlestoni were Srasota Fla was w l o vkte asoneryerii al
. .ee n bw5 as th d ,,ope-- a pec no- Bnei the "t. Coloia O e and close competition In the boa High Sepoor should hame p
M sho met imesn lomto .o Ind ...el ..e.. 3 bt er hellhwth 5d Loand 407 respect e- in the rias eCoaloael Open ina 1
ueear Iyto r bers islcoe 4omla gsuesebale atmlong lh 2 hy. igh n e ew to o uueant2 coming Balboa Relays which will ex ry formidable tam by
oken nt ere s o ncra e -nmjorleaguer-baseball at longl- r be held In April. me the Intercholast-
Bothrrrhgtoeamssih odacerereparing for gts uer w o t
ulat fn tl y recovered from to second World War. Alleys 3 and 4 found the Bear- Thiat was my first major vie. thteams e
.last fds Itself full o re many fine players in service For cats taking a 2-game win over tory," Marlene said. "And it was D lBdth ei ro e l nd r.te
-To.-barUrt,.,hoerSthe Y. e xc o .carry the load at the last place atanthers. Sub Jim the climax of a series of events Byit ALServieLtheir0rehulaengompeta]
b Mart n Armstrong and Murrell Mthue- that gave me the conf i d e n ce Witen for NA Service the ti504th aimIng nforthe1 in Ar e n the alboa
Bhut the kais t iwnh wilend en in action in those' 16 camps son wWere high for the s .Bearcaw hichI feel wi give me a ft ,Marlne Sauer mthe Balboa Relay and the1 7dlas t.
generalkidshc with 540 and 481 respectively, in golf.' th Balbfora the inthrsel
wi gve-the freshman. class of 1955 a high toeastona a na s h For the Panthers, Bblog styer and o
Qualitywhich hb.be.n .la..ki.ng In plebecirclesformany yhoLst~eFrankel were high.Marl~ene.texplalnee n that when e.wrohinghMtoMteeelastaound in a completion anid the SixthA
it isn't always the highly touted player of March 1,dwhoIatOhe d isP aeon rgaaeros invan ow mpetitna mand 0Rthel ays An
tl n aalkai Lthe yearIn November. For example, pitcher 568 and 42s. -tshe joined the pro tour in Ap .ril, raenta B. nuala Balboa Relays.
votedbth .GR e o the Yreens arn outfemler l Mho o of the On Alleys. 5and 6 the Lucky 1950, with her sister, Alice,1she lat year, she traded B a The close race of; the a tl- T LL T I
a nre o uerWsl on f nthFive came through with a 3- was a cocky kid. Her brilliant laras by three strokes. She was To h os rac of- the : p .m .
BobrtiW Is set totYhes Dodyerlino g bitation0 0 frni954aeFilledo came drou e r the sameglhoeesomAh5ith
Cardinals who achieved theo cl e r ~ tatns fr 1 game win over the Helloats. amateur record had onvced paying the same reesome with noon saw Goodman of the 4th March Tu' es y
weren't een on the ffiial rosters last har o league High for the Lucky Five were her she could do equally well as the Babe. and for me mber of profes- 3 p.m.
However, on th evidence presented by it a Catching fire, she caught ad sional Detroit Lions football March 11 Friday te
who wonl 22 and lost five for Indianapolis and fanned 330 'batters,nHeld 49,Fo th aLowandeA F552t and zahanas, r se JuSlggsk andBa Patty st confidentshe awasn a tw h tr.emya run and a tohdeta titehNoeon the of 2:30 p.m.. 15.TuesdaY $.0. ,
appears to be the most likely /to succeed among the .-20 new Viygina Boney were high. Berg were tooemuch for a t e e n-but Suggs came in for a birdieT
comers In the major company..e Allyeys 7 and 8 is the spot ager Just breaking in as a p r o. three that tied her. yd. The other very close anf 104 DM5. Frida p ,
So outstanding Is -Score's potential that Casey Stengel aI- where Balcer let loose his one Her cockiness disappeared, in a sudden death playoff,,Mar. citing race was the relfaytp
.... ......e ankep....oner tc letlooe..i .o..eof Balboa High (Rahbolr er, Von March 22 TuesdayN
recovr the title which the. Indians seized with a league record The Buckeyes fought a hard continued until she 10 m(t s0nfi-par five on the first hole. isehrd
Wf in1vitrith ashvitSeason.uther lla sea- but inrsofthe fe in. Budin dento, ceIt waohertown g Ijiuty. g_. we Id oha donen a coupeof

e bat, but in the outfield and at f base. a double th by Mundo Valentineh Valentine, 2b 4 1 1 3 1 He arranged It so that I could Tie 5:14.2. (o nct
a- -a an P ee Perez.3b 2 1 0 0 1 enroll at Ohio State University 440 yd. Relay: 1. BH68. (-E ft- di
It s con e t Bil rO, h- a s lanDanghome run by ude y Curdt f 2 1 2 0 0 whileltill in the service and com. eel, Raybourne, Von Chong, W1O!-
CADS' BOYR CONTENDER a slashing home run Buddy Curta,ec 2 1 chne my education. For the next Zumbado). 2. 504th. (Wittman, Mt & i
It is conceivablethat BillVirdo ntenater o Leauel bat- hROG L o, o Courdts to ue the score n on chnedern,s 3 1 2 0 2 si years, until 1952, I doubled up MeWhlaney. Zylstra, J6hnsoUn). "MON, T AOM
ting chmp, will prove the Cardivabs' top rookie. However, the By DR. PO ALLEN an error by Nufez and a singles er 2 0 1 0 0 and, believe me, hte schedule was Time: 1:42.5.
misa Coach by Herbe Schneider and George Barbier, rf 2 0 1 0 0 full and there were moments of
n-r m or, u Writte for NA Service arbr,the Palomaspushed two Winbergf 3 0 0 1 2 uraemet moment of 120 yd. Hih Hurdle: Wn-
from Houston, who ddieStankY's choice now as a regular. more ru aro t platter snodgrass, c 1 0 0 10 0 y .Hg ule:
The Phillies present, as their entryin the andt turty more runs aroa the platter. Sander lb 2 0 4 But, anks to Archie's eary klosky, B.H. .. Melson. 604.
lichereJim owes, who won 17 wIth an earned tting ofI with tso e BruCe m bEn ragemet nd assistance, a 3.Zylstra 504th Time: 1.2 IDEAL T
S le m h byon e ont. Toarge ads. notobt t dthe.Plwholenew world opened up to 180 yd. Low Hurdle win-o I

te tttr r e t Team Btoplater walks bythe game. Pedersen, Schne ider, stoo mytrackarrst.nodgras). .. T

erl wt thrl A etm e Is nd hom er he t o- hiT: Ialve---
Rudy erli, whose 11-2 record ror Montrealplay into ruset fldd wnt. r rut e
TtAerm A falls b into sthe se atte Ohio orI n ts3te-- e lot ut:1.: tPatterson,-
the incin aM .. ro tht zone defense. Team$ B takes NP1 and Bily Ealtmoa, and Ocelot10011 In earnest te
,.abin- bWal out for t brow-in, hut lstead 'Layne Thompson, t to Palomast h 00 at his taken me all oer the.2. lcCallen,5f4th.$-#

wen,_s_ r oe a. inrla OD0S- m i ht lo toward
.eWl rolls I.t sa Slowly toward mid t f: street a sin toa e ft wa Summary. o M- Errors : world rough two Olympic.1.5. Distance 44' r.
S l earmodM fi S* AL Team B pmayer walks i the game. Pedere, Bshneider, Snodgr f). -
f r swinn r 3 3 a g~a 00in LaS and wh It pass IsNet -Runs batted In: Satem 1. ..... .
jobvisaIsforInwwTomlive, picks It up.htssand r Bateman was again the bigCrook; Sander, Curdle3.;a
am FromP105k hwI G0one and for final buzzer. Is this legal? stick fer the Oeota And Curdts bier. Two-base hit: Vales~sm
wN Ml IM h wI n--Marley Adams. and cishr o the heon- Three-bs hit: iafe:o,
m pg Anitnw: l thbe d dens ors for P1am ith two erns:nBatman -Curdta:
1dtthe ms m Yeor b ten bas: orrs; Curdle3 s,
l Teem I Uue Ped oPedersen Double pay:

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T ; "'''. *


I S Priest


SOf Russia

MOSCOW, March 3 -(UP )-
father Georges Biswonnette, A.
t.herican Catholic p r i e s t who
aberves Catholic Americans and
other foreigners in Moscow, was
ordered today to leave the Soviet
SUnion by March 5.
Father Bissonnette said he was
called in by Soviet police and
was Informed he must leave
r within four days. He said po.
i, loe gave no reason for the or,
S der

SBissonnette. 33, Is a native of
Central Fall R. I.
He is a member of the Order
& the Assumptionist F a t h e r s,
with international headquarters in
ome and American headquar-
,ers in New York. He arrived in
Moscow Jan. 24, 1953.
"I am afraid I cannot make a.
my comment at all," he told the
4United Press.
He said he would celebrate
mass as usual at 8 o'clock tomor-
.yow morning in the apartment
'which he also uses as a chapel.
The IT. S. embassy was inlorm-
.gd by Bissonnette of the Soviet
-action, but declined comment.
,- Asked whether the e m b a s s y
Mould protest the Soviet action,
Inister-Counsellor W a It e r N.
:almsley Jr said: "Any deci-
..ion on that will have to be made
A Washington." He said the em.
bassy would await instructions.
Bissonnette has been serving
underr an agreement made in
1' I by which the United States
is permitted to keep a clergy.
man here.

Thus far, however, the American
-Catholics have been the only
church to avail themselves of this
privilege .
There have been a number of
1stholic priests stationed in Mos.
.ow. all of them members of the
Assumptionist Order.
. At one point, there was a break
several years when no priest
Was given a visa.
.- The Soviet action followed by
eely a matter of days refusal
by the U. S. State Department
to extend the temporary visa of
the representative in North and
, oth America of Patriarch
el of the Rassian Orthodox
SWhle there has been no offi-
al linking of the American and
a eons, theft timing of the
would indicate they are con-

Solon lashes Out

At Wanter-McnCaan

Ad Opponents,

-Rep. Francis E. Walter (D-Pa.)
causedd opponents of the Walter.
/ UcCarran Immigration Act today
S a. "truly devilish scheme" to
W reck the good neighbor policy.
Walter, co-author of the act
S made the charge in a formal
A statement he placed in the Con-
Sressional Record in reply to cri.
S icism by 13 Senate and eight
house members sponsoring a gen-
i/ aral "revlion" brl.
-. The proposal, he said, can only
ljve "aid and comfort" to Mos-
Sinw in its plans for the conquest
Vf Latin America.
Walter said their chief aim is
to junk the present system of fix-
Ing quotas according to the "na.
Monal origins" of Americans in
vor of one in which a "political-
.-ppointed" commission would
-" stlbute them.
'- 'rt is truly a devilish scheme
to turn our Canadian and Latin
* nerian friends away from us
Sd to Rive a'id and comfort to
ft lre Moscow agents," he said.
he timing is good. It is as
od as the best Kremlin tradi-
Ann. Latin America is now-vaft.
S Asia-the number one target
International communism."



-. ..T -. t

Co lapses1

"Let the people know the truth and the country is sale" -Abraham Liecoln.




Red Chinese Mainland Bases

Not Safe From Attack-mDulles

TEIPEI. Formosa, March 3 -
(UP) Secretary of State John
Foster Dulles warned the Chi-
nese Communists today not au-
sume that they or their main-
land bases were safe from at-
tack if the Reds attack the Na-
tionalist off-shore Islands of
Matsu and Quemoy.
Shortly before the meeting
w it h Chiang Kal-shek at the
Generalissimo's home on Grass
Mountain, Dulles signed the fi-
nal ratification papers putting
the American Chinese defense
treaty into formal operation. It
Is under that treaty that the
Nationalist air force, army and
navy will be built up.
Dulles told the Peiping regime
to "practice what they preach"
about peace and cease their
threats against Formosa and
stressed the United States hop-
ed Peiping would not touch off
a war.
He added that the United
States would welcome efforts by
the United Nations and neace-
loving nations to find a solution
to the Formosa crisis.
But he made it clear the
United States would "not en-
ter into any negotiations deal-
ing with the territories, or


rights of the Republic of Chi- ed that the. defense would be Nationalist Chinese mutual de-
na, except in cooperation with static and confined to Formosa fense treaty into effect.
the Republic of China" a itself, or that the aggressor The -S-talnute ceremony took
statement that ruled out BRu- would enjoy Immunity w it h pla,0n the second floor of the
sla's suggestion for a Geneva- respect to the areas from T'd city hall shortly after
type "peace conference" with- wMhih he stages his offensive Dulles flew here from Manila for
out Chlang. "The decision as to the use top American military chiefs on
"Formosa is the area to d a y of the armed forces of the Unit- the tense Far Eastern situation.
where the Chinese Communists ed States and the scope of their. The treaty, signed in Wash-
most actively press their aggres- use under public law four (the ington last Dec. 2, commits the
sive designs," Dulles said. "They Sino-American treaty) will be United States to the defense of
openly threatened an armed at- made by the President himself Formosa and the nearby Peasca-
tack against an area which the In the light of circumstances at dores islands, but does not in-
United States Is committed to the time and his appraisal of elude the off-shore Islands of
hetp to defend, the intentions of the Chinese Matsu and Quemoy, now threat-
"It is not possible at this time Communists. ened by invasion
to state explicitly how that de- "Since, however, the Matsu It calls for Nationalist Chinese
tense will be conducted. The and Q u e m o y islands. now In aid In defending American ter-
treaty area Insofar as regards friendly hands, -have relation- ritories In the Western Pacific.
the Republic of China, covers ship to the defense of Formosa Meanwhile In New D el h I,
Formosa and the Pescadores and such that the President may British foreign secretary An-
an a r m e d attack directed a- Judge their protection to be ap- thny Eden said his search for
against those islands. propriate In assuring the de- a Formosa strait ceasefire
"The United States continues fense of Formosa and the Pes- weald be helped greatly If the
to evaluate the words and deeds cadores, our consultation cover- two sides would give some in-
of the Chinese Communist re- ed also these coastal positions of dieation of their willing ness
gime to ascertain whether their the Republic of China, to renounce the use of force.
military actions, preparations "It is the ardent hope pf the Eden made the statement to
and concentrations in the For- United States that the ChT- newsmen dunng ils visit to New
mosa area constitute, in fact, nose Communists will not n- Delhi to discuss the tense Far
the first phase of an attack dl- sist on war as an Instrument Eastern situation with Indian
reacted against Formosa and of Its policy." Prime MInister Jawaharlal Neh-
whether the United States must Dulles and foreign minister ru and to try to stretch the un-
proceed on this assumption, George Yeh signed the ratifica- easy Formosa ouiet into a de-
"If so, It cannot be assum- tion papers putting the U.S.- pendable ceasefire.

Your Form In Shape ?


By RICHARD A. MULLENS tional and sieantifei organizations"
to soeleties for the prevention o0
The preceding articles of NEA's cruelty to children or am Cal ; and
Income Tax Primer have explained to governmntal orgasiatns for
what to report as income on your exclusively public purposes.
954 tax return.

The next step Is to determine
what personal deductions such as
contributions, Interest taxes and
he like you can claim If you choose
a Itemize yopr deductions on page
of lorm 1040.
Every taxpayer has the right to
itemize his deductions and subract
he total from his Income before
t is taxed. However, most taxpay-
ers find that their tax is lower if
hey use the so-called "standard
reduction" instead of itemizing de-

This may be done by using the
tax table to determine the tax
where adjusted gross income is un-
der S5000, or by subtracting a
standard deduction from Income of
$5000 or more. The standard deduc-
tion amounts to about 10 per cent
of your, income under $10,000 and
can only be uqed if you do not item.
ize your non-business deductions
or. page 3 of Form 1040.
Before you can wisely decide
whether to hiemixe your deductions
or use the standard deductions,
you have to know what deductions
you can claim. This and the next
article of the Primer take up non-
uusiness deductions.
For the a-erage taxpayer, rules
for deducting charitable contribu-
tions are the :came this year as
last. You can claim as a deduction
contributions to recognized, non-
p)ofit religious, charitable, educa-

Yoq cannot deduct dues paid to
social organizations even though
they have charitable or welfare
subsidiaries to which gifts are de-
ductible. You cannot deduct gifts
to individuals no matter how needy
they may be. Contributions to poli-
tical parties or to any organization
which uses the money to influence
legislation are not deductible.
In previous years you could not
claim charitable contributions in
excess of 20 per cent of your ad-
justed gross Income. The new law
retains the 20 per cent as a general
limitation but allows you to deduct
an additional 10 per cent if the
additional contribution is paid to
ce x emp t religious organization
schools, or hospitals.
Any contribution claimed must
have been actually paid in cash
or property In 1954 A pledge to
pay money in some future year is
not deductible in 1954.
Printed with this article is a
check list of some typical organiza-
tions, contributions to which are
deductible. There are many other
organizations to which deductible
contributions can also be made.
All interest paid on loans can be
Itemized on page 3, Form 1040 ex.
cept interest paid on loans in.
curred to buy, wholly tax-exempt
securities or single premium life
insurance or annuity contracts. The
taxpayer deducting the interest


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Thlfelewflow taxes, l wds per gae, are dedutle:
Ala......... Iowa ....... Neb. .... ... OM .....*....6
::::I ....... ,, ea ...... Pa .........4
A ..... *.* ........ "... .6 I. .. ....... 4
Cole. Y............ **......
CoG. .....4 Me ......... g N ........ "S"..7
Del..... 5 ...... en.......7
DIG M... .......... a ........P...... 7
DC. ........* 3Mi.. ...... Nd.-1.54) T. *x ....... 4
. .... M ....... N.M. ....... Utah ......6
( pri.. Mich. ....4% N.Y ...... 4 Vt. ......
Ida .....N3) .... M..... ....... Wash.....
I .......... sMo.......3 Ohio. .....5 W. Va .....5
I ...... 4 Moant ..... Okla 6....5.6 WI. ......4
GumoBe taxes in the following states are not dedct-
Ible malkoes separately stated and passed on to consumer:
Cal.... ......6 la... .......7t Wyo. ...........
La. .... ....... T

ContrlbutfoS Check List
es Is a td of me spmimlte to while &entrbe'Mes
a4 09u1mi0s. Ths a-e many ower osamlMtiMs e the p.
proeiNt. Teounadedirn hatyu ye tarlM, in
- I~otelr of od l er e o oa t lthat meM Ot eente N
oeof dor. wUe, p1ri am additoal 1U% to
Of6wauIVea- M dsode la ti arltels.

Anm ri Casew -Smet
ACwdons ong ass

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namlmua d Femetn er InImWe
SalveM Arnmy

United Jewish Appeals
Veteran Orsanau mm iay mRnmer
TYar Mn's ao d Yums Waomm'
Christan and Hbrew Annlsa.
threbs or estabMshed r lsm
mrgeal sUo e (my name)
Nm-praW* onle. idvertalm Mud
bodsol (ByI ume)

must be legally obligated to pay you cannot deduct taxes you pay
the interest. on your mother's property.
Those of you who are purchasing Page 12 of the official inatrdec
a home by monthly payments are ions gives a list of taxes which
undoubtedly paying a considers- you can and cannot deduct.
ble amount of interest each month. Most taxpayers do not have re.
In many instances, the Interest ceipts or do not keep a record of
payments will be so large that it small payments for deductions like
will pay you to itemise all your gasoline tax and sales tax. The
deductions rather, than table the Internal Revenue Service may al
stenda:d deduction, low an estimated deduction pro-
When a loan lI repaid In monthly vJded its is reasonable.
amounts. a qerttio amount of each The gasoline tax can be estimat.
payment Is uualy for interest ed by divid the total number of
wlnle the rests other applied an mils driven'n 154 by the ever.
the principal o orr insurance, avy- age number of miles your ear oper.
let charges an6 the like. I you ales on s gallon of gas. Then mul.
d 't know how mnue of your *ply this by the state and aay
monthly payment Is fr Interest, loeal tax per gallon (see liat.wit
ask th bank or person to whom this article) Do not include the
you made the payments for a state. Federal gasoline tax
meat showing the interest pay The following plan wiUl ive you
meats you made IsM L .t reasonable estimate of tee sales
bIterest charges on -nstaoient tax. There. Is generally no sales
purchases can how be td, tax on food, rent insurance or
even though act separately iod savings. First add up what you
as long as then- l at least a speat or set aside for ltema on
trying charge separately stated. which there is no sales tax, and
carryt'g charges o-an subtract it from your total aex.
1jurebase are sepaately. I pense
the amount eo t To ils reptainder, add apibIng
thereinla is not bght out of savlags 1rtI
then tbe <4 that would be to
onsidered t tax. tiply the se of
Ssix per at tby yr aes s tax rae. Thi
based ai the avegss w1l 0"ye theaos t adet
Anee under tem cNOtra | le ta. t youlive ia last
>ear, but wet bo uxrana w fod U subject to 1aM 0 3a6,
ryt charge a a ada t s ent 8 t tWS




Door Not Shut

On Democrats'

Tax Cut Plan

WASINGTON. March 8 (UP)-
The Senate Finance Commit tee
said yesterday its rejection of a
, Demoeratie tax at plan does not
close the door on a personal in-
come tax reduction next year if
1*derl finances permit.
ieat ilseahower a Important
tactical victory Tuesday fy vvte
tlag 9 t to kill Demoeratie
pla to give tapayers a $
reduction for themselves ai a
each of their dependets qtarl-
ing meat Jan. 1.
S In a formalreport on the bill
However, the group said It was not
closingg the door to the future
consideration of an individual tax
reduction for 1956 if the financial
conditions of the treasury aim.
prove to a sufficient extent"
P President Eisenhower, who had
Sdenounced the Democratic plan as
"fiscal irresponsibility," told his
news conference yesterday he was
gratified by the committee's ac.
The President ales challenged
thu the story of en Keyserling,
former Presideat Truman's eco-
nomic advisor.. Keyserling told
the committee taxes could be
cut and he budget balanced at
the same tie. The President
said he doubted this was a good
The Finance Committee also re-
jected Keyserling's argument. But
it conceded it could not Know now
whether economic conditions in
1958 and 1957 will call for tax re-
ductions designed to pump n e w
buying power into the economy.
"This decline in economic activ-
ity last year. .would not appear
to require a tax reduction next
year,' the report said.
"On the contrary most econo-
mic indicators have shown an im.
provement in the latter part of
1954, which is continued in the
early data available for 1955...
The committee noted the full
impact of the Democraite tax cut
plan would not be felt until fis.
cal 1957-.hlich starts July 1, 1956.
The plah would be in effect only
six months of the fiscal year 1956
and would cost the Treasury 800
million dollars in that period. In
future years the cost would be
Chairman Styles Bridges of
the Senate Republicea Policy
Committee said he is "confi-
dent' the President will veto
any tax legislation that Includes
the Democrats' Ia-pneon cut
The New Hadmpshire Republican
joined other key senators in reo
citingg the full Senate will follow
the lead of the Finance Commit-
tee on a showdown vote expected
tomorrow or early next week.

NAACP Reports

Progress Towards

School Integrallon
ATLANTA, March 3 tUP-The
Southeast has made "steady
progress" toward integration of
whites and Negroes in public
schools, the National Association
for the Advancement of Colored
People said today.
A statement introduced at a
regional meeting of the NAACP
here also predicted that methods
proposed in Southern states has
a means of evading the Supreme
Court ruling outlawing segrega-
tion would fall.
"We are not alarmed by those
state governments which have a-
dopted amendments to state
Constitutions and by other me-
thods are seeking to circumvent
the Supreme Court's decision,"
the statement said.
"These undemocratic and un-
constitutional methods will fall."
It pralaed the success of Inte-
gration "without untoward incl-
dents" in several Southern states
and noted "a decided improve-
ment In the public relations
The statement added that "we
still hold to the date of Septem-
ber 1955 as the target date for
school integration.., boards and
school officials will be continual-
ly pressured by NAACP units to
complete integratIon by that
Delegates representing NAACP
branches in Alabama, Florida,
Georgia, MIsaailppI, North and
South Carolina, and Tenneasee
attended the meeting.

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By A-Sub NIaums

Said SuccessuI

GROTON. Cons..
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tomlc-powered subi
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FACE W TRIALS Admitted Comminista John aates (left)
ad Eugene Dennis (right) flank their Sttorney, John Abt, a
M leave the Federal Building in Atlanta, Ga., aftir-being
fr% under $5000 bond. The pair, free for the firsttime In
more than three years, now face new trials on Indictments on
charges of belonging to the Communist Party. They werere-
leased from the Federal Penitentiary In Atlanta after serving
time on conspiracy charges.

Little League:

Boys 9, Girls 9

ter, former, Michigan state
Communist Party chairman, is
shown after his release from
Leavenworth Penitentiary in
Kansas. He was immediately
rearrested to face a new trial
on the charge that he belong-
ed to an organization the
Communist Party he knew
was dedicated to the overthrow
of the U.S. Government by


12:25 p.m.

5:57 a.m.
6:31 p.m.

Nine boys and nine girls were
born at Gorgas Hospital during
the week ending at midnight, Feb.
2b, according to the weekly hos-
pital report.
There were two deaths report.
led at the hospital during the
seek. A total of 195 patients
were admitted and 194 discharg-
The names and addresses of
the parents of the boy babies
were: 8gt. and Mrs. W. D. Knox,
of Cocoll Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Roby, of Panama City; St. and
Mrs. M. Z. .-Varela of Locona;
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Talt, of Pa.
uama City; Mr. and Mrs. L. G.
Williams, of Lk Boca; Mr. and
Mrs. B. W. Vaughan, of Curunda
Heights; Mr. and Mrs. T. A.
Jacks, Sr. of Curundu, Mr and
Mrs. Catalino Sancdiea of Pana.
ma City; and Mr. and ars. G. E.
Lowery, of Gamboa.
Girls were born to thr" follow.
ing parents: Mr. and Mrs. Al.
fred Marshall, f Panama City:
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kaoelin, of
Curundu; Mr. and Mrh. C. B.
Haynes, of Panama City- Mr. and
Mrs. R. F. Barkley, of Albrook,
Lt. Col. and Mrs. D. R. Hickman,
fir Fort Clayton Mr. and Mrs. W.
L. Fuller, of Parasiso; Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Ulloa, of Panama Ci.
ty; Sgt. and Mrs. Raul Rodri-
guez, of Locona; Sgt. and Mrs.
Eugenio Gonzales, of Fort Kobbe.

-Miss Olive P. Rice dropped into
the Mediterranean Sea a letter In
bottle with Instructions that the
finder forward it to a Loogmeadow
couple. Four days later, the cou-
ple, Mr. and Mrs. Orin Hayden
received the letter with a Torre,
Italy, postmark. There was no in.
dication who picked up the letter.

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