The Panama American

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

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Classification:
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System ID:
AA00010883:00671

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he U G es B.Dlonnette. ThI Ps cf e CiY Cnell to.
th -th Ameol mres day fired another volley th Its
o eAm e.. drive to get the Caribbean Air
i n Mos" command transfer Its asetlW-
Sord to leave tie. from Albroek to Howard
tUnion y tomorrow. Fide
S.. Leo W. a, present of
W .,.. ~ the council, dspatcbhed a letter
~ -- to the chairman of the Senate
1 P l t ids Amed Services Committee de-
usf sr D. -,, --bing the "worry and anxiety"
S.,el by residents of the area
Te rful farewem o, whpl Air Force aircraft fly
*- when coming tn for a landing or
S_ taking off from Albrook Air,
To Moscow F Fock -ceses..
AO She lete, whigh was Illustrat-
OSCDOW. March 4 (UF).- The ed with a photograph of four
Rev. Georgps Bissonnette, Ameri. maL,, saI the council under-
can Roman Catholic priest order- .stood "m6ney must be appro-
ea Ait of Russia by the govern.- pri d" before the change 'can
ment. bade in emotional farewell be made..
to his tin:- flock today.
Father Biusonnette broke un W feel, however, that the
ashamedly into tem as he cele- safe r of 1e Uveseof our chl-
brated wha. prowR was his al. coebifor o mne-;
na mass tfor members of Mbs. taty -eodieratloni," Cagley
cow's Western diplomatic colony sai
in the apartment which he has us-
ed as living quarters and chapel. (At the same time, the Civic
List night. Father Bissonnette Council asked all Balboa real-
was guest of honbr at a large din- dents and others to write or send
ner party given b U.' L Amb- pertinent newspaper clipping to
sador Charles BoU. Might he their coressmen asid g that
will be enterainedagin by Boh. aproprate action be taken).
len at a reception w nhe 1be OC 'k !ett t ichra



Wis 1 "The worry and- aBwlety among
he 5 l residents last a mechanical ftll-
viae e result In a ortah Into this
S.. arba has caused many letters of
Father Bissonakette ld at the protests to be written to several
end.of his sermon: ". .eren. you governors of the Panama Canal
know it is with grief that I ve
you.
"I have Just a few instructions J TA l S
for you. Address yourselves to the nUI 1r jlail doo
priest of Saint Louis des Francais
or your spintual guidance.
If you ot speak Russian or n Covered ew
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(I am guilty), a he eaer

Tears r eled. down I seheek
-ad be had di0cUlty Is rut
sug cSit of blaties ton
the ma, wcb was ate 1ded
by _diyeuats, their wives sad
ch.ldre.
The 33-year old priest from Cen-
tral Falls, R. a member of the
Augustldnianls 'f te Assumption
Order who ias been here since
Jan. 24, 1954, under terms of a.
U.S. Soviet agreeatent of 192.
planned to safeguard church pro-
perty bdwre Js departure.
U dl h zeedved other in-
tru L. iid hi would take
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Of Bati Comn6sy
Work Is ready to be saArted on
the construction of a covered en-
tranceway to the main Balboa
Commissary building from the
Clinton Street side, it was an-
nounced yesterday at Balboa
Heights.
The contract for this work was
awarded to Dillon and Hickman
Construction Co., low bidders for
with the work was issued this
week. The contract calls for the
completion of the work by the
middle of neot month.
The shrubbery along the aide
of the building is to be removed

of the iora, or frecracke
plants, and those which Would
destroyed by the new con-
struction will be moved to an-
other location.
The new entranceway to the
Commissary will require some
minor rations inside of the
building. These will be done by
contractor. The contract price
for the entire job Is S6.650,d.
The entranceway will provide
easy access to the Commisuary
from the Clinon Street side
at will relieve the congestion
at the front entranceway facing
the park.,


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loaded today.


Jam-Packed

Day Ends


PORT AU PINCE, Bg,;
March 4. (UP) Vice President
Richard M. Nixon faces a 12-
hour plup jam-packed schedule
of tours and receptions today,
last full day of his goodwill mis-
sion to the republics of Central
America and the Caribbean.
rNixon and his party will leave
early tomorrow aboard his spe-
cial plane for Washington. Dur-
ing his month-long tour he visit-
ed 10 nations and two U.S. island
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and the. commanding generals
of the Caribbean Comand."
Cagley Mdd.
He added: "The people remem-
ber too well that on April 28,
1942, a fighter plane approach-
ing Albrook Air Force BaPe
caught fire, went out of control
and crashed into a Balboa honf,
causing the deith of a mother
and two children."
Cagley told Russell, "the pur-
pose of this letter is to give you
and your committee the facts of
the situation and the feelings
of the people of our community.'

Possibly Seen
$20-Each Tax Cut
May Not Succeed
WASHINGTON, March 4 (UP)
Democratic and Reprulcan
Senate leaders said today after
a preliminary nose count that
the Senate will reject the House-
passed $20-a-person income tax
cut by anywhere from 6 to 20
votes.


Iteublican leader said a
cMEW of the 47 OOP senators
Indiatted only one would vote
for the Democratic4ponsored
cut.- Helo said th Republi-
cans were counting on at least
five Democratic votes against it.
On that basis, the cut would
be defeated 51 to 45 to 4 aumln


all-members voted. However, an Port Au Prince turned out vir-
authoritative Democratic source tually enmasse to greet Nixon
sal d-it is more likely 8 to 12 De- on his arrival here yesterday
momats will vote against the re- from neighboring Dominican Re-
duction. public. It was one of the biggest
and warmest receptions Nixon
The income tax reduction was received on his trip.
attached by the House to an ad- .
min*tration bill to hold the cor- Nixon, In a statement summing
WOWtion and excise levies at up me of his observations, said
present levels. They are ached- thsat he was. "impressed by the
uled to droa on April 1 unless need for substantial volumes of
Congress acts before them. capital" for the economic deve-
S" lopment of the countries he vis-
7Tt excise reductions would ited.
cost the Treasury about a bil- He said the U.S.-governmertt
lion dollars a year. The corpora- does no have sufficient funds to
tion tax involves another $1,80.. fill the gap and that It was up
000,000 In federal revenues. L to the local governments to en-
noses no problem, however, since courage domestic as well as for-
It could be made retroactive, eign investments.


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Smoldering Cargo



At Balboa Dock


About 1168 bags of insecticide believed to be get
eating explosive gas are being unloaded off the D0
freighter Boorn now berthed at Dock 15 in Balboa uft
the watchful eyes of two Panama Canal chemists. -
No~ne except firemen and officials, is being alli
ed to board the 7667-ton freighter which put back toj
last night after a fire in her No. 5 hatch was got um
control. .The hatch was still smoldering when the $
arrived at 10:56 last night, but the fire was declared 1
at 2 a.m. at which time the ship was berthed at the I
boo pier.
Ship's officials estimate it would take all day tao
and pouibly until tomorrow to unload about 521 toin
pharmaceutical goods stored in the burned hatch.
Firemen from the Balboa fire station worked all nj
opening the hatches and flooding them with foam. AIM
six firemen, wearing rubber boots, helmets and firms
jackets are standing by on the ship in case of any *&
agency which might arise.


T1e batches are also being
ruimated to 4lt explolve lo$es


for the
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be=n uou aa u swajo m e .F
which exude, the smell o ssa uef Ants for te Royal
kraut, were, still hot when they .n. .in.e, owners of
were taken of fthe ship, said the bse was b94
Six tons of paraffin had also under control yesterday i
been taken off the ship at press Ing, but that the master des
time. to return to Balboa in ord
Although the origin of the determine what damage
fire, which lIsted over 10 hours, caused.
".-4Hi was not yet determined, an In-
vestigation will be made as Thee pharmaceutical I
It ."soon as the cargo in the NO. 5 were loaded In Amaterdaf
W "Ibhatch is unloaded, a spokes-. The amount of damage
"-. man for Lloyds' of London to the ship weas not kne
Ssaid- .p time. The sh
'~'' ~ "'~'" ~ ne hipin source said that Larded on its arrival T
a.soon as the cargo of the bun 'a n t &ch
EIGHT TONS of powdered insecticide had been unloaded at ed hatch was taken off the ship and chemist.
noon ,. The bags were found to be generating heat and were woul d be moved to pier 18.been
unloaded for safety precautions. No definite plans have been The ship carries a g
carimnf SO tann


Egypt Masses Troops Near Israel,


Talks Of Meeting Force With Force


CAIO, Egypt, March 4 (UP) ened formation of a new Arab
-- Ept massed troops in the League collective security pact
northern part of the Sinai penin- which would unite the armies of
sula opposite Israel today under Egypt, Syria, Transjordan, Le-
Premier Gamal Abdel Nasser's banon and Saudi Arabia against
announced policy of being ready Israel.
to m force with force. It excludes Iraq which recent-
ThefUnlted Nations Security ly signed a mutual defense pact
Counq was meeting in New with Turkey.
York .his afternoon to consider U.N. observers believed today's
Egypt'$ charges of "aggressions" security Council meeting would
S u, in the Gormats s I receive Egypt's complaint and a
MO. t considered this a coutner-complaint from Israel
o ent considered this and then would adjourn to await
mere. ality. a full report, expected Saturday,
Fo eJree days troops and ma- from Maj. Gen. E. L. M. Burns,
teria lave moved into positions head of the truce supervision or-
wea'f Rafa at the extreme ganization. Burns carried out an
nqtf-jMtern tip of the Sinai on-the-scene investigation in
_pepLla and on the frontier of Gaza yesterday.
he mile long Gaza strip Following his inspection, Burns
Wher ghting Monday cost 39 returned to Jerusalem to report
9gy in and eight Israeli lives, to the UN Palestine Mixed Ar-
M ry sources said Nasser. in mistice Commission. The com-
his ch yesterday to army mission will speed a report to
cadeO -:had set forth EgyP5 the Security Council.
polU.a the clearest terms. He .ere w a tense quiet today
ea -lled'r the policy of force Gaza area followi two
meet- cel and belittled the ef- days of rioting by Arab refugees
forte' the Security onc protestin t and Egyptin ad-
At't same time "Egypt hast- nistrion of this border strip
-----J jutting up into Palestine.
The tension was reflected In
I MSk the capttaIs of Egypt and. srae
w .he r e officials exchanges

*I 1 Utah Professor
Fr uHV.Onr Arriving Panama
s ArS Re S 20For Six Months
S.Aiy P" t W HINOTON,. March 4 (UP)
rohU 3@ e a. The State Department an-
I a-t_ h .. o mad today that 0. e mry
Injured at pai o, tUnversity of a:
rd 4 plans to leave th1
S L. "or PanamA whee
OWesd aix months as a
..tuser at the Univwysi


charges and counter-charges
following the Israeli raid in
which 39 Egyptians were killed
Monday night.


In Jerusalem, the Israeli For-
eign Office instructed its UN de-
le action to complain to the Secu-
rity Council over "continuous
violations" by Egypt of the ar-
mistice agreement. It said the
alleged violations "endangers in-
ternational peace and security."
In Cairo, Nasser declared that
"all our strength shall be mobil-
ized" for the purpose of defend-
ing Egypt.
"If Israel seeks aggression,"
Nasser said, "we are its equal
and once we enter the battle we
shall fight it out to the bitter
end to make up for what we have
lost.
"Henceforth you won't have
words from us. but action."
Nasser said Egypt would not
rely on the Security Council
which he said had "let us down"'
on previous occasions.

Brownell Denies
Justice Dept.
Under Pressure
WASHINGTON, March 4 (UP)
L Attorney General NErbert
Brownell, Jr. said today the Jus-
ties Repartment was under no
unufu resure to call off it
ease against the Unitd tlV


Included in the shipment
ed In the No. I hatch wa
bags of Fullers earth, 11i
of insecticide, 07 bags of
phate, 60 bags of tiles, 3cse
furniture, 0 baM s of alud
16 oases of codflsh, 12 cM
electrical material, 20 h
gm arable, 2 cases of col
ags of chemicals, 170 ba
fibre, 212 bags of wax, 32
of wool, 400 bags of paraffil
drums of steel balls and ma
eay.


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I OsTHE READERS OWN COLUMN oidme contact with the Army,
IS IS YOUR FORUM THE RIADRS WN OLUMN is fond of going through channels several Amfs
-and when he wanted to fathom as a au be the
t 1 E M A I B O the full meaning of the AFL-CIO i-b i t wo w Teyou bia
1 .|Anerger he asked Secretary of La- rub, him- the wmong way. TIhen you has bee_ "
.. bor James Milihell to tell the Ca- haveo t i\ue i' haus.e i re rhuo, yenly-t
binet all about it. J Is a osa tnee in er, who liva Ler
Jim Mitchell had a report ready postal eattiose aPost OfficeC hand or
The Mail Box is an open forum for readers of The Panama American for the Feb. 18 Cabinet gathering. .mie. u of tsfe \. osn t Offisom-
mrare received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confidential The President's labor aide-de. a ttee. Buthorsome time he h o1ne
r cmp it can now be disclosed, as- been harboring a v gaavtOe o' *
V you contribute a letter don't be impatient I It doesn't eppeor the rErted that the most important of Eisenhower'd ad g t the a opera
l,. Letters are published in the order received. :pait of the new labor federal members, Potm tarGenel. as trned Percy
%i. "FPIs try to keep the letters limited to one page length. tion of 15,000,000 members would thur Summerf Tea o
ldonftiry of tettwe writers is held in strictest confidence. te political. 4 / All enlt ttet Vo/i
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions Mr. Mitchell said that all other v\ 4sMMed in letters from tendon effeits of the aunihing of h vIe hSSummArfiednt o e1toe da flgap. w '
r o est's largest union coalItio n A station that was-to be extended to for po ol
C w ere secondary. This, of course, is .Democrat Johnston to ated the 'ks
PECOS DIAMONDS of terrific importance for the Re- '- h a. postmasters' annual coyvenan if .
publican high command, since on- phia last year. In 'ac1t t .. i.. as
the uninitiated do not know rSumme-eld is reported to have called beore the Se crimess ahd
It has beenthree years since I vacationed iPaa that many important American served noe on the postmasters: ag ommsion. ul d
'at a wonderful vacation a it was!)nama an d Texas ot leaders today are sitting in"If you invite Senator Johnston to about alleged voa of rules
t kind envy you folks because you live In such a tropical the top councils of the Democrat- address the convention, I won't be aot proy -ight by da ptess
.disel Some say that -it rains too much in your country, but cuparty.i s ftetherest." teoenteo m he eult ithk te W 'ad
radeour blowingg dust" for our liquid sunshine" anyway. Just six days after re Naturally ohnstn hea all this w requires He wat ol
'I hope you will publish my letter in your column because I o v corroborated byto the Cabinet, he appeared and after a recenton hear by the p iso vidt r
Eld like very much to exchange both letters and items with to have been chief Worroborated by r Post Office and Civil Service Comn- legal paiceedibgt against .
e of your readers, especially those who are interested in weather made behind the closed mittee, he decided to have- it out m- .
mlperal specimns or museums. doors the CIO's executive board with the postmaster general. .
I would be very happy to send Pecos diamonds and gem- session on Feb 24 i Decking Sumhserfield into a cor- '
"dnea from the desert also relics and curios in exchange for Reuther's remark, despite its Im- er, Johnaton bluntly inquired: The recent battle ov'er tere.'.
s from Panama. Thanks a lot for reading. Hope you may port, was lost In the fumes of the I wohld like to straighten out procal trade bi saw one of the
gable to help me ouL. 'ulphurous debate with Mike Quil. these rumors. Did you or didn't nimst ntense lobbies of Eiseaho
'H w ".Chatwell But it overshadowed, at least to you blackball me from being in- administration history pu
SHarwell "Tex" Chatwe me, everything else said there. ted to the postmasters' conven- wle w on capitol o ll.
1121 31st Streete rwvitd to the postmasters'conven-w
112-- 31Te _as, .S Reuther stated that the new la. tion last year?" Te bate was al notable,1(ow.
S Lubbock, Texas, U..A. bor federation, once it was ever, for a couple of other sign-
launched, would earmark for poil- Summerfield acted as though he ficant developments, in addition to
./I"LITe tical activity one penny- out of had been suddenly crowned with a the 100 per cent support given the
COCO- 80lITO every four cents paid in dues to mail sack filed with copies of tho Presiient by Speaker Sam Ray.
A the new office of what might be Agricultural Yearbook. He sput-i burn. They were:
called the American Cohgress of tered, cleared his throat and in- 1. ...c lld
Labor until they formally adopt a edignantly replied: s. 1. T re epublie ole t a.
"ITm a Tenant's" point is well presented, but only scratched new name. ,. "Somebo -dy has misinformed you, more votes of the rtical u g
surface of the stench of Coco Solito. If the garbage were ... .. ,,*senator. That story is a lot of pop- amendment to the reclpropl uade
pp twthonehThis worma ean that the wededseao.Tta psteo 1y is aotn of pp 1.. h Democr ]ropo t.
iter to cope with ; but, tell me, what do you do with goons who oraizati..n woldoe have apolitical.. ________au"-....-_______________a__eoent tIf poe _eas voe,__o__a
9 e no respect for the people living around them by singing at budget of soe$1,800,000 annual r e invited. But I did request t he toat
topl of their voices rude songs and using profanity far Into we use labo r's own figures. A were eight to look over the text of your the did es ago.
night, or, of the hound dogs howling all through the night to Here's how he figure develops A ro A an M eet speech in advance, if you were in- s parSat wot
nothing of the drunken parties held 'there. The "American Congress of La.- A irow i l l vited. I couldn't see ap t hi n g siicant at t norer in
bor" will have at least 15,000,000 wrong about that. It's done all the dustr has shifted south and the
As far, as thieving is concerned you're not supposed to do any- members. More perhaps. At the y P time in Washington. I would have old free.trade eare sorthoof thq
leFderbDavid2c4CIOessi the ifu 4i i as n t h ame a as i
|A g about that, remember, you are living on a Naval reserva- Bers, unionhe l e D rexer ,Edson been very embarrassing to Pres.
and under the protection of the Navy. 1 .ers .union.lbeadeerr ye .b Er I .as on the same ale- t sine o loner
a Another thing worthy of mention is, that on two occasions a d, revealedt.hat. the uential.. latfor with you if you teed off aM
t Sollto was condemned as unfit for human occupancy. It i^n d ^e.. w unonpl his a administration i u teed off Its ls e t the an
resurrected by applying a coat of paint, which only thicken- .sidering ig the new at"e^' WASHINGTON -(NEA)- The countries which have been princi- guage which they all have in com- ,to in n as head of t Co
e paper walls, but did nothing to shut out human noises or nity But even at 15,000,000 dues- forthcoming Bandung, Indonesia, I pal suppliers of raw materials., mon. The South Carolina senator is i
e more privacy It tended to increase the potential of a fire payers, the national headquarters conference of 30 invited African if backed into a corner, represent There will be many meetings on still dubious about one point. He tee or a Natn Trde P
rd and a better broding ground for the largest roaches this would icollec t a penny apiece and Asian nations has been cruelly tatiyea Qf these countries will ex- the side, the delegates believe. As was slated to be invited to the icy, a opubc irted ei
of Texas where Al~hings are big, month for this political avit wou described in advance as a 'meet- press gratitude for the UN techni- much may be accomplished in bi- convention in Philadelphia-s ech s w for a continue st.
otcd A ridn aert:or"education"ewhateveravityleo hs l me t d ec. etw e mu
I noticed outtice President made a stat nt to the Press: be called to stay within the Taft ig for the world's greatest display cal assistance, U. S. point four lateral or regional talks as n for- or no speech-and somebody at hit Ta ee un
e are all members, of the American family and as such we IIartley w "ruirements inferiority complexes. and economic aid. Then complain mal sessions of all 30 premiers or the Post Office Department nixed ractine th vigorous pro-tarifo
set an example for others to follow, if they like you, they T'hisy ~s m lear All 30 nations have been thought- is It too much of this aid went foreign ministers. t at the last minute. I it wasntlobb which
all Americans, if they don't like you, they dislike all Amerl- -n esly refereed to as under-devel- Ito Europe, not enough to them, Present plans are said to be that bummerfield he w otl d like to s y one angresaande
all A i, tto is imkme -,ent unions jin or oped, backward, uncivilized and where the need was greater to fos- there will be no formal agenda in know who it was. put the heat n"- everybody?
en w u"nlo a t even second ciass. ter their. socialrevolution. advance. Two secretariats are
I notice he didn't say, you Naval officers, or Army officers, ?meal plast a ields This They are nearly all former col. There is much vague talk among working on subjects that might be MERRY.GO'ROUND Cong. Frak Sti ato Mae hrei di
Americans ud. dditio to the onies of onc.-greater western Eu. Afro-Asian divomats of "spiritual' considered. In Jakarta, Indonesia, "htthAoul Feat o-isi
That statement should be nedered and living conditions afis'e4a byI merodAFL roPpean powers. Most of these col- considerations and "cultural" val- political questions are being list- Attorney General Brownel com "tht tthe au debte oon this am-
to the highest standa i, Wandard for others to follow. L bor a gufor Politic ca- hBs gained their independence ues which are not understood by ed. In Colombo, Ceylon, economic lain privately t h a t auto r tants measure o be heard
g In fe? or how we exect nmitte ey are all intensely natit ial .S-u9 that Ao West onds nce i detde ', 4 eWad man-Adl.! resale that abo isl^ .o '
l fr neighbors to. f"igabl-cu i`.- af n o r a d proud of their new freedom. 8 tt es aind trators, tge oaa..e:-ovenes, tevenbn: .'The Dw-mo;c r atse .h oyIdo-a blonbld
S -- p" .d yar-round activityy and legisla They like to recall that they all chewing gtn and bottled pop, tnov- T iian tolcs the organlit rs re"lh in g -for Vice Pre si- veran nesa to le
m Tenant Too ve ation-and for the 0 or have rich civilizations long before les and jazz. But the West doesn't of the conference say they want to dent Nixon when he Tre turns V.etoerytan. ta to aer
*morelobbyists the AFL and O the Christian era and long before i send them enough writers and art- talk about include: The promotion from the Caribbean. T he y are" I an t' eon lbipte Bn
no we .-.-have in Washington. America was discovered., ists, students end teachers who will of good will. Exploration and ad. preparing a barrage of 'speech nf te por ad conc; bie Bi
But ua am,,veaiini would Their spokesmen say they don't explain the philosophy of demo- vancement of their. mutual rela- r,, blas ing bhim' for being a slk s
But aitual campaid f nw ro eme gdlike to be looked down on as in- cracy and how it can be applied tin Consideration of their social, Llove -McCarthy The prom- The Chamber of m-
have toA FoAp .... ... m erged Ta o-- 5 f^ ^-- ^^vickite 4 der e
E IN ERAMI ERIANOS, S. A. n mm feriors. They say that much of the to -their problems. econo c. ad.,ulturalproblem.e,, Demo t soe
.pust when st mrge wil comm e idealism of World War II days- Some of the Afro-Asian represen- Discussion of national sovereign- L. Johnson that n'-e g the o- se aoinfs hi
Thes are e s Eof o am al so o 't yt -aid u it ou hen there was much talk ofequatatives feel that g e t t ing to- ty. racialism and colonialism.'le- on.-Yates contract would be his nrst e lobb -
S ereby notified that a meeting o shareholders will enitely scheduled. t iwo weeks ity among all nations-has now dis. tether and talig over things will view the contribution whi c Afr nic an i pe ien the new Con- nor was alo ea e
ung o sa enaers Wil u, s ..... ...! ....... ,4 It.".^ ?. ^, 5fet'. h as..... "f- .n-d.^ S.... e
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a ti d p Thu rs hy rehrc 1 7, 1s al" tese former colonttesheministersla andfowill gn mthey feel, help them world peace t ere L e h m a n aid ,0e program, not Ambaador ouglas a hent

Presai entaton otf he Annualmi-eport of the Aa No JacKroll, telephoned his e have been left out in the making fd solutions listed and has decided to resign as ep n o
S. editors for 1954; osPme thme, ea ked McDevitt t Thean important decisions. They It will of course be impossible Unquemostioany s heuect c b co From ce. Dhi lown returned to p ay eerts oEPl ate aontcte fonr Labbor
S. Election of the Board Bof Directort; o n oese nder a serious they listened to when the United lai, or Nehru or Moloetv or any lered under this broad outline. who helped him prepare a co t i
br ht to the meet records. The invitation was cor- true Nation was first founded are no the western diplomats. Sitng ut it is perhaps significant that et revision of the M rran-tenst it.
Annual report of the President; peripatetic as a fre lande pilotongero K ean rd. In the last few ye ti round a table and discussing their world com e ounismt of- these um- Walter immigration Act .... A another backstage princitw t
.. P rs Cet Panama f taul om up soon didn't know ese former colonies say they problems wiech they feel, help them -e t one topic in the westorld in. morous or Douglas Dillon is -1 e anti t enhower loby was
reh u, oo. dumpingheAnnualeport of the Au- griboth be in the same place at the hae been eft out in the making find solutions listedmay be unleashed al Tnd has decided to resign as e nvoy ohn lobby o n re
A^ aton Hor194,vrsame t nime, so he asked McDevitt LAs man important decisions. They It will of course be impossible Unquestionably the first O to Frane Dillon returned to parsM ie wores, who re st yg




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S other day. He asked them not to n rc n s t I a i m that it would be
o t to the. m tireslcords. The invitation was corner. in economic maers The pre-ence- ri 1 to 24. Thatl hoped. Prediction: the next US.es are summr ic
S asa t .nam s uoll received and Jim said toKrean crisis cut in world raw time engn for only one major What will cme out of these meet ambassador to Frnce will be ga-tenson an iit g
Ja ou come up soon to seeru r prices an e t-oreanspeech from each of the 30 deleings-wat new force for world in amorous Clare Boothe LuceMr gant r-in own tents and twep bag.







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Ss advancing the -n dumping of S agricultural sur nations f they listen to five speech -dependence may be unleased shal Tito told the Amert cantook wn t es into voting with
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ftr_ *l Vote On Harlan'sAppointment
_ol Ip _
, By'OWALD JACOBY WASHINGTON, March 4 (UP) James 0. EAstland (-Miss.) and
Written for NEA Service The Senate Judiciarp Commit- Clin D. Johnston (D-S.C.). Lang.
tee again delayed action yester, t 's objection is based on hiW oft
_*_ _day on the nomination of Jo hn o n-made complaint that top fed-
Marshall Harlan to the Supreme ieral posts are denied residents of
.NORTHl > Court after agreeing to a vote North Dakota
6J106 showdown session next Wednes- Most of the other open opposi-
V04 day. tion to Harlan has centered a-
AKQ9 Chairman Harley M. Kilgore round his connection with the At-
*KQJ6,1 (D-W.Va.,), who has pred ic t e ad lantic Union .movement, which fa
gK8 AST Harlan's approval, said the comn- vors a federation of North Atlan.
*AKQT 32 84 mittee agreed on the. delay una-itic nations. Harlan told the com-
I K 106 imously after several members mittee last week his connection
*1 *7J8754 report d they had not had time with the group was casual, and
6494 68532 t study the record of hearings. he will resign if confirmed.
80TH (D) Kilgore said the agreement car-
493 J ried the proviso that the commit- Joint Hi
IAJ87A 3 tei- "will stay in session until ,a Joint Hi School
I 23 vote is had" next Wednesday.
2AIO Sen. Thomas C. Hennings (D- Bands To Present
4 A .0.7 Mo.), a Harlan backer who mov. nt
S orthi .ou.h .. ed for the delay, said he did so Conrc rt Mnndav
8*l W OM r*h. 366 tn bring the issue "to a head." ncert Monday
19 1, 7 Pass. Sen. Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn.), The combined bands of Cristo-
4 2P ,36 Pan another supporter of the nominee, bal and Balboa High Schools
3 9 Pass 4 6 Pass told newsmen after today's ses- will present their first 1955 con-
P s Pan sion he also believed Harlan even- cert at the Cristobal High School
Opening lead-.4 tually will be confirmed. auditorium next Monday evening
S. .... 'There have been repeated de. at 7:30.
laps in announced plans for hear The same band of over 100
ings and action on Harlan's no- high school musicians will play
About 10 or 15 years ago prac- summation. President Eisenhower for Pacific siders at the Balboa
tically all of the best bridge play- expressed concern recently over High School Stadium March 14
ers of the country were New York.- the Senaet's failore to act. at 8 p.m.
ers or Philadelpnians. Or maybe Several Southern senators have Featured in the first concert
that's just what the New Yorkers dcn";d the le!iays have any con- at Cristobal will be Charles Car-
and Philadelphians used to think. Iner*inn with forthcoming c o u r t dens, sousaphone soloist, playing
Today it is well known that great f "'ol segregation. "Emmet's Lullaby" with varia-
tridge players are to be found all Three committee me m be s ~i os and a trombone trio, com-
over t.c ountary, r '.o..... sit 4 Of 'ahe Brapr 1 an e
Iv' my Itme gtte erTes itls i. n, named last falto dfil Jckham nad 1[ Y J.aobert.
p actically an article of faith that conrL vacancy. caused by playing "Three slippery Gentle
the grasy. Is grefner, the sky bluer, 'h of Justice Robert H. men."
the meat jueler, the girls pret. Jackson. The proceeds of this concert
tier .,. and the bridge players announced opponents a r e will be used to pfoylde uniforms
shrewder- ,. wa' 0eus WaUiam Langer (R N.D.), for the band.
If you want proof of all these
facts, just remember that an all-. __ _T_ ____
1exan team won the Men's Team
Championship' in the national FIRST QUALTY FOAM RUBBER
tournament last December and U
that they will be defending their I IN ALL SIZES AND THICKNESSES
thtle in a couple of weeks when E
this fear's tournament is played Excellent for modernizing any kind of furniture at a
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Today's hand, played in the na |
tlonal tourntament last year, shows|
the difference, between thinking |
and unthinking bridge. Both tables |
of the tqm match got to a con- l
tract of four hearts, and the king I
of spades was the opening lead at
both tables.
At the first table West won the
first trick with the king of spades I
continued with the queen of
Doades at the third trick. East dis-'
carded a dh3mond on thb third
spade, and South ruffed.
South led a diamond to the dum-
my in order to try a trump fl-
resse. This lost to West's king,
but then' South could easily re-
gain the lead and draw trumps.
our hearts bid and made were
worth 620 points to the Texan
team.
At the other table, the Texans
held the East-West cards. Johnny
Gerber opened the-king of spades
and won the second trick with the
queen of spades. Aft the third trick,
however. Gerber didn't lead the
see of spader. Instead he led the
acuce of spades.
Harold Rockaway, a native of
Houston like his partner, had no
trouble in reading the meaning of
this unusdsl play at the third
trick. HE was being asked to ruff,
so Rockaway raffed with the ten
o0 hearts.
This cooperative defensive play,
defeated the contract. South had;
tc overruff, and then he had to
lose two trumps to West.
AGAINST UNI'
MERIDEN. Conn. -(UP) The
Connecticut Temperance Society
voted to appere universal military
training on the grounds that It
would 'stimnnlate the liquor habit
In American youth."


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I resident Eisenhower Says

Like's No Indispensable Man
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WASHINGTON. March 4 'UPI as an indispensable man? When
.-president Eisenhower scoffed he went the way of all flesh,
terday at suggestion he is what would happen? It would be
dispensablebl" to GOP victory a calamity, wouldn't it?
In. 1956. But he refused to dis- "1 don't think we need to fear
clbse his future political plans that."
until shortly before the Repub- The question of "will you or
Uloan national convention. won't you run again" was
The President. obviously 'en- brought up at the close if the
joynRg a lively political discus- news conference.
nian, also spoke glowingly of The President was reminded
Vice President Richard M Nixon bhe.once promised to discuss his
at, his weekly news conference. political intentions with ieport-
e said affectionately that he etR--- the pros and cons."
wl "ave something to say" to "Could we make a date with
X Kon for joining those urging you. sir. to get that at the next
hin to aeek re-election. press conference," he was asked.
rre have been newspaper "I would doubt at the next'
ts that some Republicans press conference,'" te Pres'dent
qu-tion the advisability of keep- replied amid laughter, "out I,
if lXIxon on the ticket if the will tell you, ft we can have a&
Prmldent does seek a second complete moratorium on it, I|.
tef might make a date, let's say, a
I'he chief executive was In a year from today."
,about a recent statement by schedule-and the tone of his
Harry M. Goldwater (R- reply Indicated he might wait
.) The senator, chairman of longer to speak out-it means
Senate OOP campaign com- he plans to keep his intentions
tee, said the Republicans secret until at least five months
ld not win next year without before the Republicans pick
Mr. Eisenhower. their 1956 presidential candidate
!'Did you ever think," the Pres- at San Francisco.
Ident said with a smile, "of Mr. Elsenhower, who frowned
What a fate civilization would on political questions two years
Iuffer if there was such a thing ago. bantered with reporters
with an ease reminiscent of such
-- ... I experienced politicians as the
oWnfer Winchell ate President Roosevelt or for-
Simer President Truman.
(Continued from Pare 2) But at one point he appeared
Rfts. T sent one protesting his war- to have fallen Into a trap while
angeringg broadcasts. Saying that discussing San Francisro as a
iess he -was taken off the air, convention site. He said he like
tould stop buying the product to move the convention around
sponsors and newspapers re. the country and added he pre-
to knuckle down to the Red fers Ban Francisco's climate over
saure. He countered by stepping that of Chicago.
k is att a e k on the Reds ex. A little later he was asked It
ibg their plots, naming their that meant he Intended to go t6
ret members and often report- San Francisco for the conven-
XMoscow a newest plans before tion-a clear indication he was
thy had time to pass the word a candidate. He replied with one
f the ranks. The Reds hate word: "No."
him-but they've never stopped The President is the object of
a mounting "draft Elisenhower"
ai--- movement. Mrs. Ralph W. Cur-
7he Times Square Circle: In. rIe, a Texas G P leader, said to-
ts report Apgust Robles (slain day Southern Republicans would
gops last week) was once a really be "set back" if he refused
Instructor nla Puerto Rico to be the candidate.
Mary Mulhern, once a Ziegfeld
a favorite, writes: "I need
f being on the stage to
t. eegency loan from an
SIrop kept so scrapbook
bu t ya must remcm. E ENS
te *Doesn't the MAE FRIEN
Srls' Club remember one'
lovelest???. .. Such ac i rs -
: Downbeat (the coolest of the
O) just hired a Fashion Con
JoyeeBryant's Apollo
Sher ye .eFi.ff.ot.at
hic Itt afe

pwreduer) h-dear
Sots e w-eontd Am .
n o. Frank (Jouroaf
Sele e) expect their erdI
V.J.. 5item: oBetty Gr
V 0 feor a pair aI stock. It usually. l.t tadtful to say
to; e. to a friend, "Are you going to
sm.)._.Jthe Saith's party tomorrow
,.,ldy's: "He went from night?
to Who's That" ... At There is always the chance
I in. "On Broadway. imitation that the friend hasn't been In-
4"be otr.t .ga of envy" .. At Vited; your question will mlie
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Etlbers- -ne learned a newu"" r,,, lel" uti.
d last week. No." At Du- I
Y's:. "Wonder What' Godirey-s FIRE HAUNT
[ would be doing these days if BOSTON (UP) An arson-
mq discovered Arthur?" i. t, convicted of setting the fire
he, Las Vegas Desert Inn dice. i' a vacant building that spread
esi "The less you bet. the- '-nd burned down four homes had
a ou lose when you win' a ready explanation for the judge:
SStork: "Some girls get mink' "The nlace was an eyesore. It
s.%kome mink coats get girls." haunted me."


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mining are its 3 Uncommon 25 Talon 45 Ridicule
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industri h of host 27 Paradise 49 British
12 Jowish month 5 Frozen water 28 Short lance streetcar
13 holding 6 Unit of weightS0 Toward the 50 Chest rattle
14 a tart T Harden sheltered side 51 Gerafnt's wife
15 weary .8 Subdue 31 Gull-like bird 53 Pertaining to
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18 Pilfer 10 Passagein 35 Peel 54 Louse eggs
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right: Mrs. Ricardo Arias with Mr. Rogelilo Arosemena. Mrs. Lionel Moses, with President Ri-
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The gala occasion was a recep-
tion for 300 given by the Panama
rotary Club The celeb ration
marked the golden anniversary of
Rotary Interinational. Presid e n t
&nd Mrs. Arias were the guests
of honor, at the Union Club last
night, and their genial presence
lent grace to the festivities.


Mrs. Arias wore a short cock-
tail dress with a scooped n e c k
black lace lop over a full skirt
tume was completed by a tiny
liack velvet hat, worn far back
on her head. Mrs. Moses' gown
was fushia and white printed
f.ille while Mrs. Rogelio Arose.
mena wore black taffeta for the
occasion.
Members of the committee on
arrangements who deserve credit
for the successful affair are Mr.
Bill Andreve Mr. Carlos de Janon
and Mr. Rogelio Arosemna.

Panama Society Joins
In-Despedida for Morrices
President and Mrs. Ricardo A.
rias were among the 200 guests
who gathered at the home of Mr.
ard, Mrs. Harry Btrunz Jr. Thurs-
, vening"
e party was held' min ate o
Mr. and Mrs. Frank MorVice Jr.,
newly appointed Amba sador
from Panama to Costa Rica. The
Morrices and their five children
are -leaving Monday for the new
post.
The cocktail was jointly given
by Mrs Morrice's sisters and
brother, Mr. and Mrs. Henrique
Jimenez Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ma-
nuel Quijano Jr., and Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Strunz Jr.
American Legion
Auxiliary President
lo Arrive In'Panama
Mrs. Elizpabeth Lainson, Nation-
al President of the American Le-
gion Auxiliary, will arrive in Pa-
nama on Sunday, for a three-day'
official visit to the five Units of
the Auxialiary on the Isthmus. A
full schedule of official calls, so.
cial events, and sightseeing tours
has been planned for Mrs. Lain-
son by local Auxiliaries-to begin
with a reception at the Tivoli,
Guest House on Sunday, and a
visit to Gatun Locks and a jungle
outpost on Wednesday. Mrs. Lain-
son will leave for Mexico City on
Thursday.

Ann Greene Entertains
Sister and Brother-in-law
Among the many visitors who
arrived here for the Carnival fes-
tivities are Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Steese of Hinsdale Ml.
Mrs. Steese is the sister of Mrs.
Leon Greene. They are spending
three weeks as the guests of the
Greene's in their homes in Pana-
ma and El Valle.
(For more sociesy news please
turn to page 9)


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The Marcinh meeting of the Ca-
sL, '-A V.A., jh a. ... ....... ..I "
(me l W .-aJM.,Lm, a. O huau.
Auer tes hbas been serbed by
Mrs. M. C. o*uaium anu htr '
,umminiiee,*Mi.: LuL J. ji'owe-. I1ALACE I. CRAWFORD, above 1
piLemuzan, wsu conauct a 6 u o r t Panama City Radloear and Te-
uaueass meeung. lex hearing kid dealer has been
A6 a'M ni Au. ernard will give accepted as a regular member
a liA on iUrd Watching in toe of the American Hearing Aid
uA- auae. o.e wuz ......c -., Association, a ron-orofit or-
U.AIh WALU aJUueb. ganization dedicated to the ,
atu .,AAt.wn. are uisut to at- scientific solution of hearing
leiun tins w:tresung naceink. problems.
VkW Ladies Auxmary I
Vu AuvUdy L ,Udmia.A 7 at 7:30 Thursday Pareh 10. Members will
i..&U., ae ,u-ides Autihary oi te lneet at the Communitv Building
. ,., ,, u,.,u >^.. .... A ,1 .1, iii Curundu around 7 a.m.
regular business meeting at ine All reservitionq mist be made
. ....... .. ...... bv Monday with Mrs. Lorraine
naie iuvaieu at i4tn L, in ol I Zent phone 83-4175.
LAauied are minted to call Mrs. Balboa Women's Club
E. wiouuruu at .&-0.eu culne.,ui The regular meeting of the Bal-
appucauon fur memoersaip. hna Woman's Club will be held
Wednesday morning at 9:30 a.m.
Sibert Lodge oIlarch 9. at "Westwood" the
'lne meu-uers of Sibert Lodge, home of Mrs. E. A. Schilling.
A r. & A.M., will how their an I Westwood Is about 4 miles be.
..U uduI.U ota.uLucY, uadL 1a, yond Arraijan There will be a
al uWe LOco binu uuicers L.luo, short business meeting followed
aud iasuns anu their iaeuds iue by a covered dish, luncheon and:
invited to attend. Dinner can be cards.
Hiraiugeu oy caiing uie benetea- All members and guests are in-
ry ox me CluO. Juidel aunca will vlted to enjoy a day. in the coun-
ue serve as lu p.m. itry.
husic oD the Atoyal Sultans Or. Those wishing transports t i o n
chestra. call Mrs. G. 0. Parker 2-1412
uress informal. evenings.
A most nearly invitation is ex-
enuea Dy tne WorshipituL asier Towe- Club to Hear
srower -Whitman e'. arrettuo at- Cvil Defense Talk
en.... The importance of rivil defense.
Sin the event of war will be empha-
USO-JWB Social bized by Lt. William G. Dolan at
The monthly Sunday Night So. the monthly meeting of the Tow-
or Club, in Bishop Morris H a IlI
cial sponsored by the young la- on March 21.
dies at the UbO-JWB Armed Forc- i
es Service Center will be held As chief of the Zone Civil De.
Sunday, March 6 at 8 p.m. fense, Dolan is an authority on
Informal dancing to new popu- this subject, which interest both
lar records, games and refresh militaryry personnel and civilians.
ments will bt enjoyed. His talk will be preceded by
A cordial invitation is extended m moving pictures of the at om
to military personnel and the er bombing of Hiroshima and Naga-
fdmilies to attend. l>haki during 1945.

Curnado Woman's Club POULTRY PROTECTION
The Card Group of the Curun-
du Woman's Club will meet on LINCOLN. Neb. -(UP)- Lay-
Wednesday morning, March 9 at ir.g hens adapt themselves to!
9 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Rob- changes in temperature, accord.
ert Whitus at Ft. Clayton. Ing to poultry specialists. If it gets
Members and guests are cor- too cold, they quit producing eggs.
oially invited. For reservations The specialists suggest raisers
phone Mrs. Boney 5183. build -hen houses at an east-west
angle to give the layers sun and
The Curundu Woman's Club will protection a g a i n s t northwest
hold an outing to Taboga on winds.


Baby will be interested in other
children long before he can walk
or talk. He'll want to reach out
and touch them, pull their hair.
.Give him a chance to be around
other Babies, even though he may
prefer to play alone. He enjoys
their company even at a distinct.
Don't allow Baby's desire to
rut things in his mouth disturb
you. He finds out about them.
this way. It also relieves the pain
of teething. If he starts to chew
ir, something undesirable, quick-
ly hand him a tasty toy as a
distraction.

Waiting in the doctor's office'
c.n be pretty tedious if there are
many pettish babies filling the
Waiting room with squalls. Even!
yliur li'tle marvel may get fussy.:
Have a reserve package of new
or forgotten toys to bring out to
prevent the waiting room glooms.







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II bascetball teams anxious
I ha4tce at post-8ason glory
11 cle'loif in tonifhton four
In the NCAA Tournament.
4a tap a the court tension
ato e seml-final rounds in
Atlantic Coast Conference
IP nt at Raleigh, N.C.,
the Southern Onference
playoffs, ad a crit-
S azme lthe Border Confer-

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Hc Coast UCLA. Bouth.
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FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: Stork line crib,
Simmons mattresses. like new,
$35.00. Rocker $5 00. Phone
2-3697. Balboa.


-FOR SALE:-Frigidaire refrigera-
tor .30. Call Amador 4297.
FOR SALE:-Q M. buffet, china
cupboard,, wooden couch frame
and pillows, q rch scheens, louv-
res. electric oven, hot plate.
clocks, record player, records and
cabinet, lamps, desk, heavy glid-
er swing, miscellaneous articles.
Leslie R. Evens, 0809 Plank St.,
Balboa.
FOR SALE:-Contemporary mod-
errt green sofa and red chair,-orn-
lv three years old; Welch baby
bugav, one year old. Call Balboa'
4177.
FOR SALE:- Philippine Ratton
living room set, new.'Phone 3-
6170-2-2379.

WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED: 5-hp. compressor
complete with Freon. Call 3-
4718.
WANTED:-Unfurnished 2 or 3-
bedroom chalet, living dining
ropm, porch, yard, hot water.
Bella Vista. Golf Heights. Campo
Alegre or El Cangrejo.. Phone 3-
1503.
WANT TO PLACE my maid.
Young woman of excellent char-
acter. Expert laundress, good
cook and housekeeper. Very de-
pendable with children. Phone
5-369.

FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:-18-ft. cabin cruis-
er, U.S. manufactured boot kit.
excellent condition, 25-hp. John-
son outboard excellent condition.
Will sell boot and motor $900 or
boot alone $600. Call 2-1634 or
see at 627 Ancon Blvd.

LESSONS
.Privat1 lessons In SPANISH,
French. German or English given
by professor with university
teaching experience. Residence in
France. Germany. Mexico. USA.
Reasonable rates. Write Box 543,
Balboa.


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41, Lenrai t m Ce i w Ave
FARMACIA LUX FARMACiA VAN-DEB-DIJS
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LEWIS SERVICE HOUS3E9O EXCILANG
MiO Centrail Ave. J. Sc0. deo Is O Ave. o. 1#


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Via Epa&ia No. 34


FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:-1952 Pontiac For-
dor, radio, very good condition.
Phone Balboa 1317. Carr Street
No. 2233.


FOR SALE: 1952 Chevrolet
Station Wagon in perfect condi-
ton. May be seen at Panama
Agencies, 'L" Street No. ', Pan-
ama.
FOR SALE.-1951 Dodge Coro-
net hardtop, 2-tone point In per-
fect condition, many extras, duly
paid. A beautiful car for $1300.
Please phone Albrook 62b8 be-
tween 4 and 6 p.m.
FOR SALE'-1950 Chevrolet 2-
door. plastic seat covers, very
good condition. Call 2-1503 Bol-
boa.
FOR SALE:-1949 Lincoln, new
tires, battery. Completely equip-
ped from factory. Mechanically
perfect. Engine rebuilt August
'54. Orig-nal owner and registra-
t,on. Could stand point, but what
do ,ou expect for $500? Cell
5-357.
FOR SALE :-_ 1948 Packorl Con-
vertible, A-1 condition, with 10
free insurance. Can be seen Sat-
urdoy and Sunday morning 5508
Diablo Heights, Homes Street.
FOR SALE.-1949 Chevrolet 4-
door deluxe, very good condition.
759 Barneby St. Balboa 2-4413.
FOR SALE--1949 Lincoln four-
door, D.P., radio, point, motor
very good. Steal it for $475.
from Gray. Panama 2-5298.

FOR SALE


Real Estate
FOR SALE--Chalet on 43rd St.
No. 42. Two bedrooms, two-cor
garage. ouxildary roo m. Phone
3-4923.
FOR SALE.-NOW or NEVER:
Only $1.000 down. $40 month-
ly, three-bedroom house. Lefe-
vre. Price: $7,500. PATTERSON,
2-2346. Ave. "A 16.
FOR SALE:-Lots in Pueblo Nue-
vo, only $1 25 per meter. $100
down. $10 monthly. Price $562.-
50. PATTERSON. Ave. "A" 16.
FOR SALE: Three bedroom
house In Los Cumbres. Call Las
Cumbres 2022 or Balboa 1524.


Brooklyn Man Lives

After Dragging 32

Blocks Under Auto


I NEW YORK, March 4 (UP)--
A A Brooklyn man was dragged
beneath an 'auto for 32 blocks of
.Fort Kobbe's Disster Control paved streets last night and liv-
Center graduated its sixtY-ninth kenneth dyr. 42 a window
and seventieth classes last week washer, was reported in critical
in standard first aId t a co condition In Norwegian Hospital

CPt. Arthur.. His clothes were torn to shreds
post disasterConutrolt Mancin tof and his body was bruised And
t disaster control training of' battered before the unsuspect-
fleer, addressedthe graduate Ing motorist driving the car WMa
and presented them with certi- orced to a stop by a taxi driver
ficates. who shouted:
Mrs. 'There's an arm and leg stick-
Mrs. Donald D. Dickion, preas- in out from under your car."
Ient of the bbe Diittaff Lone The motorist, Frank Casavil-
Councl, introduced Manchesterlo 3. said he didn't know how
In he group. _'the man got under the car. He
sn his address. Mancheter aid he and two passengers got
stressed the importance of di- in the car while it was parked
saster control in time of peace at a curb. and drove off.
as well as war and pointed out After they had gone a few
that "...we must maintain A blocks, thil heard a bumping
state of preparedness, through sound, tocu d iI got out to
our training program, to cope see if the car a t tire. Ca-
with any emergency which might savilld isUd, Thou d noth-
arise." ing wro-g dot back In and drove
Graduating in Class 69, taught on to a'su wa sto where one
by M/Sgt. Bernard L. Malcolm, of the paa&ga0r 0et out.
were: Betty Bittner, Rose Cas- CasavUlo then &e 'away a-
tanada, Marie Fries, Mary Kacs- gain and a few bloeki later the
mark, Janet Landry. Jean Lo. cab driver forced .-hm to the
vett, Arlene Jane McDole. Bar. curb. A olloe emergency qmuad
bars Pence, Evelyn Romans. Ne- pulled the unconscious man
ride Sherwood, Marie Louie from beneath the ear and he
Thompson and Catherine Tur- was taken to the hospital.
ner.
Class 70, conducted In Span,. Army To Erect 19
by Sgt. Modesto Boler, was com. I > -.'. -- -
posed ofLeonides Arroyo SaSr Reserve Training
Charbonneau, Dora Fortune, :.
Gloria Gonzalez, Carmen JusU.t Centr DUilings ,
niano. Carmen Overman .Jlne,- ,


vera Overman, Cristina RivuM
and Juanita. Santiago.*
Graduates of these classes M
now equipped with basic trala*
ing for future participation with
First Aid teams, child care eMn-
ters and other volunteer units in
the Kobbe distaff disaster con-
trol organization.


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WASMINGTONI March 3 (UP)
Army msanounced plans
to. build 19 reserve training
in 1ois Sba"tand Puerto
I eo at a cost of :,00'
The centers wlbe 200; :
0NO and 1,000-man school-type
buildings for home station tranq-
ing of serves,
Tbe Anry said
Ini tia"on *rJml wori
I art thre toi manth sa t
site eare acquired.
IThe centers ad planned size


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MISCELLANEOUS
Dr. WENDEHAKE Medical Clinic,i
209 Central Avennue, beside
Capitol Theatre. Phone 2,3479,
Panama.
DEYING: shirts, suits, dresses,
rugs All kinds ot text.le. Tropi-
cal Cleaners. Via Esparna 830.
Tel. 3-0871. Branch 24th Street
East and Central Avenue. Tel.
2-1346.

FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Bo g n amplifier
DBI0, 25 cycles, power trans-
former, 750 volts 125 M.A. 60
cycles. Balboa. Phone 2-3233.
FOR SALE:-Bargain. 1950
Chevrolet Tudor. excellent condi-
tion $500. Upholstered mahog-
any living room set. mahogany
dining room set. Call Cristobal
3-3220.
FOR SALE:-Golf clubs, set of
eight Tommy Armour irons. Call
Balboa 3345.
FOR SALE:-26-inch boy's bicy-
cles and large English bike or will
trade for smaller bicycles. Bqlboa
2-3775.


Position Offered
POSITION OPEN Qualified
English or bilingual stenographer.
Apply in person Esso Standard
Oil, Lo Boca Road. Balboa.


More Protection

For House Members

Sought By Solons
WASHINGTON, March 4 (UP)
-One of the five congreanmen
shot down In the House of Rep-
resentatives bY Puerto Rican
faliatics a year ago Tuesday,
protested that almost nothing
has bee" done to improve capitol
security measures.
Rep. Alvin M. Bentley (R-
Mich.) made the statement as he
and Rep. Kenneth A. Roberts
(D-Aia.) joined in aponsorinX a
bill to replace the captol's poll'
tically-appolnted police with a
professional force of trained ca-
reer officers.
Both Bentle yand Roberts
were seriously wounded in the
fusilade from the House public
galleries last March 1.
"Frankly," -said Bentley in a
statement, "I think the Ameri-
can people would be outraged If
they realized -that security mas-
ures in the House are almost
identical to tkeose that prevailed
a year ago.


"The visual effects of the
shooting, such as bullet holes,
have been repaired, but almost
nothing has been doce to protect
the security of the nation's law-
makers in session. Mr. Roberts
nd I believe the improvement
the capitol police fore force is a
badly needed step in this direc-
tion and we trust our bill will re-
ceive prompt action in the
House."
Immediately after the shourt-
Ing last year House and Senate
members generally Joined In a
demand for new protective
measures to prevent another as-
sault.
A bill similar to that Introduc-
ed now was passed by the House
last year bt ear but died in the Senate.
Proposals to erect hbuilet-pronf
glass barriers around the public
Galleries were rejected by Con-
gressional leaders.
Police from the Washington
force was assigned to supple-
ment the force of about 150 cap-
Iltol police, who get their Jobs on
a patronage basis and are hired
'and fired with each political
turnover in Congress.

California Gamblers

Get Near-Free Rolls

-Also Meal, Dessert


GARDENA, Calif.. March 4 -
(UP) Poker parlor operators
opened a "fantastic" rice war
today,- threatening to slash
prices 4 their $3.50 meals to a
dime attract customer to
sd Immediately de-
cid o'Into an emergency
seM.on ;.not a stop to "this
faLntat altuation."
u l PJIVPq shared u.9 one
.. iaMU "there Is little the
dity edo--we 'a serve meals
U. Jl.a wP e harre." A elty
eroiUnafee iObhhite free minln.
The plph Monterey Club
touched off the Drice-enttinew
Smday by putting fut a M-cent


winner.
' BUhniet. the eub enmi o ived.
Was low:at the r2mn-topd ts.
S nso a fte ratrcton "s or-
deredJ ft he white-too.ed ones
to m trade.


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RESORTS
WILLIAMS' ,Santa Clara Beach
Cottoas-rdckgas, refrigeration,
2-bedroom. Phone Balboa 3050.
PhlIplle. Oceanslde cottages,..
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Ponama 3-1877. Craslo-
bal 3-1673.
Gromlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cotlage. Modern conveniences,
moderate rate. Phone Gamboo
6-441.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES, one mile
pesI ;nto Clara, Low rates.-
Phne Balboa 1866.

FOR. RENT
Houses
FOR RENT:-Chalet one bed-
room, living-dining room, kitch-
en, on General Jose de San Mar-
tin No. 6, downstairs.
FOR.RENT: Completely fur-
nished chalet at Santa Clara. 2
bedrooms, living room, refrigera-
tor, stove, etc. Call Mr. Martinez
at 2-2633 or 2-2015.
FOR RENT:-2-bedroom chalet
aot "Miraflores" (Barriada del
Moestrol. Phone 2-4088.


FOR RENT:-House, 3-bedroom,
furnished with modern conveni-
ances. Las Cumbres, 6th Street
No. 109. Seen anytime.
FOR RENT:-Lovely chalet, Soan
Francisco. at bus stop, two bed-
rooms, maid's quarters. $90.
Patterson, 2-2346, Ave. "A" 16.


FOR RENT
Apartments
ATTENTION G.I.! Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel.
Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT:-Furnished and un-
furnished 2 and 4-room modern
apartments. Contact Alhambra
Apartments, 10th Street, Phone
1386, Colon.
FOR RENT:-Nice and comfort-
able apartment I bedroom, din-
Ing room. porch and balcony.
Apply 48th Street No. 23. Apt.
2, 8 a.m. to 5 p m.
FOR RENT:-Comforteble one-
bedroom apartment, suitable for
couple or small family. Apply
Tel. 2-1455, 8:30-11:30 a.m.,
2-4 p.m.


FOR RENT:- Modern one-bed-
room, parlor-dining room apart-
ment, in house No. 45 Ave. Jose
Fco. de to Ossa. For details see
De Castro, Ave. B No. 24.


FOR RENT: 2-bedroom cool
spacious, desirable apartment in
best residential district. Call 2-
1661 during business hours.
FOR RENT:-Apartment, living
room. dining room. kitchen.
bathroom, bedroom Jose de Fa-
brego Ave No 14. Pasadena.
FOR RENT- Nicely furnished
one-room apartment, screened,
kitchen, porch., arage, $75. Tel.
3-5583. 2-3402.


FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
meti'. Arrangements can be mode
if not ready. North American
neighbors, frequent transporta-
tion. Phone 3-0471.


FOR RENT:-Cool two-bedroom
apartment. living dining room,
screened $600. 56 Belisaro Por-
ras. Keys apartment 3. Informa-
tin: Phone 2-2316 or 3-0234.
FOR RENT: Furnished opart-
ment two bedrooms, very cool,
balcony. No. 2 47th Street. Tel.
3-1648.

' FOR RENT:-2 bedrooms, dining -
room, all furnished. Call 3-2737.
Frcnt of Quarry Rocks, Carras-
auilla No. 637.


FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT: Clean furnished
room with all modern conve.
nlences. 43rd St. No. 13, Bella
Vista.


FOR RENT-Furnished room for
couple or bachelor. American or
European Tel. 3-0443.
FOR RENT:-Furnished room in
family home (references). Bella
Vista. 45th Street No. 4-107.


WANTED
Houses
WANTED TO RENT: Modem
chalet. Ame Hauge, Phone 3-
3120. Panama.
WANTED TO RENT: Respon-
sible party needs three-bedroom
house. Bella Vista or surround-
ings. Phone 2-1803 or write Box
18"78 Ponamn.


FOR SALE
Motorcycles


FOR SM.E: ArI 500 wy
ind condition. Recent v
Sprint job.J)-291 after 4 0.


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MRS. LIONEL C. McGARR (right) and Mrs. W. E. Laidlaw are checked out on Signal Corps
communication equipment by Col. E. 0. Earl,. Signal Officer, USARCARIB, during an Amador
Distaff communications lecture this week at the Amador Golf Club. Fifty women of the Aimador
zone attended the lecture put on by personnel of the 123d Signal Company, Fort Clayto. '
I M& (U.8. Arnmy Photo)


Panama Line Sailings
~-0o-


Seventy-two passengers sailed
for Cristobal Wednesday after-
noon from New York aboard the
Panama liner Cristobal, acord-
ing to the advance passenger list
received at Balboa Heights.
In addition to the passengers
for Cristobal, there were 31 pas-


Pravda Implies

Britain Would Be

idf A.TAmel


Eengers booked for Port-hu-
Prince, Haiti.
The complete advance list of
Passengers for the Isthmus Ifol-
ows:
Miss Levanda Ainsworth; W.
H. Anderson: Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old R. Bacon: Mr. and Mrs. Bay-
ard Bryan: Miss Nancy Bryan;
Dr. and Mrs. Matthew Carr and
daughter;' Richard H. Crowell:
Mrs. Charles Delahey: Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Dickson: Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Doroshkin; Mr. and
Mrs. James Dorow and daughter
and Mrs. Margaret M. Duerr.


W U- ..-- Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Fall and
LOMNDN, March 4 (UP)-Rus5 two children; Mr. and Mrs.
LONDON, March 4 (TJP--Rus- Thomas J, Fitzgerald" Miss Dor-
sia's official Communist newspa- Thomas Jkstzgerald; Miss or-
per Pravda hinted today tnat othy Frks; Mrs. Vean Gellan;
Britain would be a good atomic Mrs. Louise Hanbury and daugh-
bomb tain et and said t had "le- ter; Mr. and Mrs. Russel J. Hil-
bomb target and said it had e- debrand and daughter: Henry P.
gitimate" concern over the pres- debrand n a nd Mr Kr y
ence here of American bomber Kilcourse; Mr. and Mrs. K. Y.
bases. Kublthau; C. H. Luce; Miss Ma-
The Pravda editorial, broad- ry E. McCarthy; Mr. and Mrs.
cast by Moscow radio, continued Edwin C. Mcllvaine: and two
some of the toughest talk yet children; Mr. and Mrs. Charles
directed against Britain. It was McWilliams; Dr. and Mrs. Edwin
In reply to Prime Minister Win- Morris: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J
ston Churchill's speech in the Mullarkey and daughter; and
House of Commons on the hy- Mrs. Isobel Muryn.
drogen bomb. Mr. and' Mrs. George Palley:
Churchill said yesterday he Mrsa R. B. Prindiville; Mr. and
supposed t9at in even of a y r& W IDafm poaeri; ILwrence
drogen bomb attack on Bri ai t.1.yan; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L.
the United States "might poss- Schwerdtmann; Mr. and Mrs.
bly" counter-attack the aggres- Otis R. Seaman; Mrs. Claudia,
sor without prior consultation Shoemaker; Mr. and Mrs. T. D.
with Britain. Slingman; Mr. and Mrs. Harry
His statement came during Sverdlote; Ms. Frank Wattion:
parliamentary sparring between Mr. and Mrs.-James T. Welsh;
himself and Labor M.P. Kenneth Mrs. Isabel A. Williams and Miss
Robinson who wanted assurances Helen WulfmeyeF.
the United States would not get --
its Britain-based planes engaged
in any fighting without first
consulting ,Britain. IT
In rff rr'ng to Chrr:hill's i
speech Pravda paked: *
"Who dces not know that .. !
(atomic, eevelonment carries
with it A particular threat for
densely populated countries
whose territory is not very
lar0e?"
".he people in Britain show gs 0u B
legitimate alarm in connection, '-.'"
with the fact the Brit'si ruling Almost any hlgh-sdchool kid con
circles neglect the real intert-ta manage to drive the family car
of the country's security in turn- ;nto t gre th lst dro
Ino its territory into a base forh r a---'-.s
IU.S. atomic bombers," it said. Of gas. -- .


Ponlecotvo Says

Russian A-Lbs.

Working For Peace

MOSCOW, March 4 (UP) -
Italian-born, Bruno Pontecorvo,
British atom scientist who now
works in Russia's nuclear labor-
atories, told a press conference
here today that Russia is work-
ing for 'peace while the West-
ern allies "prepare for atomic
war."
He said this realization
prompted him to leave Britain
voluntarily and come to the So-
viet Union to continue his work.
The brilliant nuclear scientist
said the West's warlike inten-
tions were shown by a Dec. 1954
NATO decision.
"All the Atlantic countries de-
cided to prepare for atomic war
considering their atomic and
hydrogen bombs as lawful ar-
maments, he said.
"I have already been four
years in the U.S.S.R." He told
the press' conference, "and I
have become convinced that the
entire Soviet people t -putting
up a fight for peace and that
the government does everything
possible to prevent *ar."
Pontecoro said he was ad-

the field of pllbs1 with'whom
I have worked_ outstanding
people In their fields and ask
them to take a definite stand.
"Today we cannot "it *t the
fence." he aaid.- "'It is tr&'e that
the reacti.na .and yellow
nress in all tl' capital coun-
tries confuse the mnndfo$ many
people. But there an some
things that. in my opl0 ln. even
children can decide for them-
selves."

CHURCH BEIJ.S
LOUISVILLE, Ky- (UP) -
Bells from 15 steam engines head-
toi for the scran pile have been
presented by the Louisville &
Nashville Railroad to churches
in Kentucky. Tennessee, Alabama
and Virginia. The railroad has
donated 349 bells to churches
along its lines since 151.


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'~WeObserved
-Ataboa JWB
The feast of Purim, a Jewi
y. J 1. Job.. holia of jo0Y and festivity, will
be observed from sundown Mon-
1 u ,- day to sundown Tuesday next
HOLI D -(NEA)- Tiow comedies for weeks. The blue- week.
that thAF te0b s5 a. begi. print calls orL s featuress to be This lioliday, based upon the
ning to ir a abows, -it made over a one-year period. Then iBiblical contained in the
looks Ulmit"*w1 hbae ttoc oose the f-otage will e credited to Book of commemorates
between lotion pictures and tele. to feature-l th pictures foru. Vt over Hmathe o-
vision. ropan. theater showings. typefpercutra ofregus
The- webs w a n t the exclusive freedom, and direct attention
services of stars and are unwilling THERE'S _A now-it-can-be-told to the miracle of the eternal sur-
to snare them. Most rodent case or backstage story about "On the vivaloIbJewsh p 1
choose p sides came when CBS Waterfront," which should Win the R usserviesw becon-
asked MR Morrow to leave U-1 'Oscar as the year's best motion ducte byR Pbbi NathanWiti
to star in tWe television of -Gun. picture, The film cost only $820n, i the chapel of the USO-JWB
smoke." Wher. Jeff refused, the 000 to produce and was twice Armed Forces Service Center in
red-hot deal- bogged down. turned down--by Fox and United Balboa, Monday at 7:; pa.m.
Artists. Frank Sinatra was origin. These services will include the
Other studios trying to borrow ally set to play the Marion Brando I reading of the Megillah (Scroll of
Gface Kelly beg told b role and he's now suing for ant Esther) in Hebrew, with selec-
GM that sh' booked up for'the accounting ot profits, expected to ons tranated to Engish
next two y ars ou er home lot. :c:eceed- $6,000.000. Following the services, Purim
I I ongs twill be sung, and typical
Buddy Cole, pianist for Bing1 At the wedding of Liberace's sis- Purm refreshments, (Haman-
Crosby Rosemary Cleoney and ter, Ann, to Tom Farrell, Soaja taschen cakes shaped like
Gene Autry on CBS radio, found IJenie contributed the centerpiece Haman's cap) will be served.
an answer to the "Won't you play -a piano carved in ice. -
for us?" question at parties. Some Hollywood weddings just
Now he relaxes and has f, too, leataure icy hearts' iM wad
earningg a pair of tailor-made fla- ... .
ger bandagei which he iUss on A Hollywoodaman tried to slip iA m am a
before ringg the host's doorbell. $20 to the maitre d' to get a table SA A nl Ca er
in a plush Las Vegas hotel supper
MIRIAM HOPKINS will be an- club. fl
other glamor grandma in April. C lu r
I .Now it can be told Alan "Keep it, sir," the dignified eat
Ladd's middle name. It's Wal.-is said to have replied. -"All It Capt. C. S. Townshend. past
bridge. The reason he's kept it a would do Is complicate my In president of the Atlantic Camera
secret, come-tax situation." Club, was awarded a gold ribbon
Monday at the club's regular
During a showing of "20 000 .STEVE CRANE, ex of Lana Tur meeting to close the 21st annual
Leagues Under the Sea" at a Los ner and Martine Carol, is fuming salon and announce -the 1954
Angeles theater, Jess Rand shout- cver the printed report that he's prize winners.
ed: secretly wed to a Florida beauty.
"Run for your lives, there's a Says Steve: "I'm not married and Of $2 entries, first, second and
leak in the screen." I don't plan to be." third prizes In PSA judging of
black-and-white prints went to
A movie star was asked to ap- Alexis Smith is joining the night Mrs. Julia McKenzie, with hon-
pear on the TV show, "Where club act set in the. spring. Dan orable mention going to H. T.
Were Ypu?" to recall events of Dailey is plotting her dance rou- MeKenzie Townshend, Esther
1937. tines. ., Caldutt, Louis Kaufer and Nell
"Look," growled the actor, "I -- Belland.
don't even remember where I was Short Takes: It's 16 years as a
last night-" baton-swinger for Harry James.1 In public voting on the same


.. deaaeieme Carroll's ex-nhubby,
It looks like the first hour-lon French film producer Henri La-
timed If atures for TV wl aorel, was killed in an auto acli-
be made bt Stan Laurl and Oil- lent near Paris. One-time
ver HaWy aner <4 to dnt&toarfIm queen Phyis Br3nt jg.
banner of al Roach, Jr. the wife of Torbert Mceonald a
As tipped here, talk* have been Demo legislator from Masmachu-
going on between Roich and the aetts.


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prints, first prize went to Miss
Calcutt and second and third
prizes to Mrs. McKenaie. R. L.
M arman, Towahend and Mc-
a .e received honorable men-
In color slide judging first
prie was again won by Mrs. Mc-
Kenzie with Belland taking sec-
ond and third prizes.
Walter Reeves took first prize
in the movie division, Mrs. Me-
KIenzie second and Ernest 8tie-
brMtz, third. _

Transport Workers

To Strike Sunday

Against Penn RR


KITTY KALLEN was walking eneel to play to. But every time NEW YORK, March 4 (UP)-
along when a man came up to her somebody offered me.- a part pp- Michael J. Quill, president of the
and said, "I'd like your autograph towt, I was under contract dowa. CIO Transport Workers Union,
for my son, Johnny." town. When I had no contract, I announced today he has notified
Kitty signed. then stared at the had no offers. So I stayed." ithe National Mediation Board
man, who looked familiar. Then, last season, he got his his union's 20,000-odd workers
"Say," she said, '"aren't you break in "The Fifth Season." It on the Pennsylvania Railroad
Lefty Gomez?" It was. ran over into this season, chiefly system will strike Sunday to
"Then I'd like YOUR autograph on SAulnik-power. And he stepped protest the road's "flagrant and
for MY son, Johnny." ort of that into his current suc- liberate" violations of its con-
cess, Clifford Odets' charming lit- tract agreement.
SFraaces Bergen. -night-club ca- te story, based on .Noah and the The TWU said it represents
reer got off to a successful start Ark, "The Filowering Peach." Skidul. track and shop workers,'includ-
with engagements in New Orleans rik is a tremendous No ar Inspectors, who affiliated
and MoB t fe a 1. All the time "Now I'm very happy." he says. wt he unlon last October.
tough, draded the jdea of, "Now I'm on top of the world." A union -spokesman said the
iayng New -York,. As Evelyn A uences, Skilliik has found, TWU represented a normal force
Love Cooper, wh wte her spe- are tho game. For which, of pf 32,000 which had been cut by
cial material s:a d : e had a course, he's grateful. And with the furloughi g of some 12,000
'thing' about playg New York.'" his uptown success, he's achieved workeos.Theun ald the rail-
Well, -td lovely Frances hais peace. No craving for new fields road had mov people in and
had her RDay, ad It rwas a VF. any mose. out of jobs -without following
day-Vlctrr for Frances& She has "I love.-the play, I love te thea- contract porcedured and was
a rich, soft ye, an extra portioa ter, I love the author, I love the "firloughing employes as a pen-
of char af she 5 delihtful to producer, I love the audience, iaty fo rightfully refusing
lUk at. i her a triple-threat even love the pres agent," Is the step-ups under madch conditions.
thrash. *ay Menas e puts It. The guy Is Quill said the company had
positively glomy. ejected only authorized union
-TOPPERS He's made roadway conscious representatives from the p ioper-
-9OPPER of one of his comic trademarks- ty where they were trying to live
JACKI PAAR ("The Mornin a little dance step that always up to their contract bligations
Show," 4Vr): My wife has flet a laugh "I still have more and had otherwise violated the
kinds pf auly creams At home. trcks up my sleeve that I haven't contract in ways "too Bumerous
e's got scream, hip cream, sed on Broadway yet," he says. to incorporate in a telegram."
Wee and what not. The 'st av them for a musical
o o &Me keep slipping oied "- nre w ma__d
out~fir al autsin g ---du1
down town year.
Ope at the Maonette in t Next may be Hulywood. Oet4 El tona6nd H
nib at be Maisonette In the asked him if he'ifllh to play Noah $1.00
S0 B;g she was, nervous but when "The Flowering Peach" be- Tic" $.0I
4iad the toag Birt-ight ;a& Ia;e-ees a movie. -
with her; Aat hI rus ban, Ear "I nait sure" Skulnik says.
Bergeqr uas thwe'wr moral sup "But I doubt i. I will. They'll
port ., r. probably gt Vtor mature."
lI wo"ld t w to gd through bl t oM ur
this lag Pmid r.r A FEW SAWS ACTSr "Omal-
.-' bas" will present an original ope-
Sto&- 15 ,yei for 6 e'asha Mr& "the Mighty Casey," based oa n
Skeaif to move from downtown -Casev At the Bat," written by
MAh Brqoadway And, now WH M e f 8egan and Joremy
that "Itrivd. he hikes toe G And a-virtual umknwn
bask .p:arjaglow aft ip Efsa Rodes. will sling thne gmai
Great .ay. e's 1a happy lead o Dimte y seL .This *
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1:15 4:t'- 60:40 8:45 p.m.
"AFFAIR IN MONTE CARLO"
wiuMERuL OBERON
Ricwhard TODD Leo GENN
ALSO: The Last Newareel with
Scanqa of National Life!


POPULAR DIIATI1 $1.10 PER CAR!

"JUBILEE TRAIL"
with -
Vera RALSTON Joan LESLIE
Forrest TUCKER


FIVE DIE IN AIR CRASH The engine (foreground) of a
Btiatojet bomber lies among the twisted wreckage and debris
at Lake Charles, La. The plane crashed into four houses and
a trailer camp killing the plane's three-man crew and two
civilians.


McCarthy Takes Another Crack


At Army Secretary Stevens


C
WASHINGTON March 4 (UP),
--Sen. Joseph A. McCarthy re-
newed his attack on Army Secre-
taty Robert T. Stevens yesterday
by charging he "deliberately" de-
ceived "the Congress and the A
merican people" in the case of
former Maj. Irving Peress.
The Wisconsin Republican ac-
cused Stevens of an "uncoopera-
t-ve attitude' for a delay in nam-
ing all Army personnel who had
anything to do with an honoable
discharge. granted Peres, cited
by Mecafthy-aa a "fifth Amend-
S1ment Communist."
McCarthy also condemned for-
mer Army counselor John C.
Adams and Lt. Gen. Walter L.
Wible, deputy chief of staff, for
what he called a "contemptuous
attitude" a
They approved an honor able
discharge .for Peress, a former
Army dentist. after McCarthy
had demanded he be court-mar.
tialed.
Adams, one of the principals in
last year's Army-McCarthy dis-
pute since rias resigned his Army
post. So has Roy M. Cohn, anoth-


a-.
er principal and one-lime chief
vide to McCarthy.
Stevens has said Adams and
Weible approved an honor able
discharge for Peress after thep
found no grounds on which he
could be court-martialed or dis-
charged dishonorably.
McCarthy's newst blast at Ar-
my personnel'was contained in
the report of the 1954 activities
of the Senate permanent investi-
gating subcommittee, which he
headed un '%he'Democrats gain-
et conrol Congress in .Janua-
ry.. 1 1 .
The three Democrats on the
subcommittee last year disavow
ed about half of the report. They
said the section on the Ptres~s
case was "premature" bfause it
qis still "under. active investiga-
tion." 0
Two Republicans who left the
subcommittee this year Sens.
Everett M. Dirksen (111.) and
Charles E. Potter (Mich.)-d id
not sign the report.
The strongest language was re-
served for the Army's handling of
Peress, a dentist who was honor-


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"ON THE WATERFRONT"
with MARLON BRANDO
Also: m

"THE WHITE STALLION"


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"CAPTAIN
SCARLET"
Also: -
"RETURN TO
PARADISE' .


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"WORLD FOR' '
BANS3W t I
with Dan Duryen *
"FOhRoT l ,
with Rod.~


fa Iley presiding. Attending the Among the important at
SCOut eV WS meeting were: John R. Small, discussed dur e
Sco r ivews James Rogers, Jose French, John was the reqg nat O
Pascal, Robert Eliott, Leroy 8, leadErsh instrdctlons 1
Officers Elected Rogers, Ralph Thorne, Llewellyn both scout d cubI lekIader
By Int. Boy Scoutq King cortmitteemen of Troop 8: a working plan program fprl
Intensifying efforts to place Hilton D. Perkins, Raymond committee. The next meetti
scouting on a higher level dur- George, G., Robert Bushell, was elated for La sBoq dateb
ing 1955, a series of meetings scoutmaster Troop 11. which will be atnouncedl later.
held recently and presided by_____________________________
president Ellis L. Fiwcett, thp
Pacific District Committee tit
the International Boy Scouts of
the Canal Zone was reorganized
and the following officers elected
for the new term:
Cyril D. Atherley, chairman;
Alfonso R. Phillips, vice-chair
man; William H. Gordon, secre-:
tary. Also nomianted to serve on
the committee are: Pearl Ford,
Pacific district commissioner,
Hamilton Lavales, aast-dlstribt4
commissioner; Clive Bailey, John -J
Gordon, neighborhood commis-
stoners; G. L. A. Davis, 1st viceT
president; H. D. Perkins, 2nd
vice-president; Raymond George,
G. scout executive; Edward Jem-
mott, custodia'h; John Pascual,
Rexford inniss, Josa French,
Robert Bushell, Maurice Hey-
wood, Cleveland Small, Wilfred
Wason, Claud Walker.
The first meeting of the com-
mittee was held at the Santa
Cruz Service Center under the
auspces of Troop 8 with Ather-

ably discharged Feb. 2, -1954, aft. h h I L
er he had refused to tell McCar.
thy whether he was a Commu-
nist.


McCarthysaid the Army had no
consistent procedure for hIndling
persons who invoked the Fifth
Amendment when asked about
Communist associations. He not.
ed that the service later correct-
(6 its regulations.
"There was gross negligence
and dereliction of duty on the
part of the Armp personnel who
handled these Fifth -Amendment
Communist cases," the report
said.
McCarthy vaid Stevens "hinder-
ed" Congress by failing to fur-
rish the names of all persons re-
sponsible for the promotion and
discharge Of Peress when they
were first available to him.
Then, he said, Stevens "deliber-
ately deceived". Congress and the
people by furnishing a lift of 30
names-which did not include
Adams and Weible.
. Their.names were revealed Jan.
7 when -the Awiny issued a fuller
chronology of the cases, including
62 names.
McCarthy maintained that,
despite the gbfonology, the Army
stll has -not revealed ,the names
of all persons responsible for the
?eress. case.
Sen. Johp .* W ,Icolllan ).(D
Ark.), nev t'airnman of the' sub-
committee has said le plans to
pursue, the Peresa case. 3


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'MNo Ing Coffee Party the coffee service. The refresh -" .d W I -Moreny
Honiars Mrs. Koperski went taUle was centered witn a .and W..'"i.Symphony .
s. R. A. Koperski was the lovely arraukement of bougain. .egai W tis' well -rememoered
guelt o0 honor Tuesday morning vlaea. Sgrace J finesse it had when
at a coffee party held at the Red.I A gift of appreciation was .pre .. rit ir w.as its conductor.
Cro building in Cristobal. The .sented to Mrs KoperbkI by Mrs., Reiner'a successor, William Stein-
1coff Aas given b', he ladies iarion Taylui on behalf of the bberg, has somewhat less of the
w4o ave served with Mrs. K lilies present. Mrs. 'aylor gave i grace, bu lhe has the finesse
perski on the past and present a resume of the outtLanding work plus a rWtg energy, and im-
;xbtive Boards of the Cristobal irs. Koperski has done lur tae poses coqsiderable Intensity.
Wo an s Club. The honoree and i club This is occasioped by Stein-.
rs Kopers. are lea g te berg's newest recordings with the
Isthmus inm the near !uture to Veterans of Foreign Wars Paabua ,'s Anaad
ma their home in the States. Hold Dance TomUgn cighth sy gai i Rthmanin-
M J. F. Meehan presided at t. Frank P. Albrook P o s t off's second i Tchaiovsky's
'" 3822, Veterans of Foreign Wars .C major seade and 'Proo-
.swillo hold a dance, Friday evening fieffs elalssl symphony (Cap -
March 4 at their post me on tol). Mde ith real h-fl, mey
dits Peron Curundu Road Ancon. bring you forward in your chair.
Prdcts eronMusie wul be supplied by Blue You exp these pieces to ex-
e ar N E ndGdass Irwin, Blackie and the cite; Steiberg surposeses expec-
e N e a r E nd1 1 b o y s .C ol u m b i a n otathon ,
NW YORK, March 4 (UP)-A-. Coleubi a now. prints "the .
nmer* o Ghioldi, exiled Argentine Rabbi Witkin Returns wtorl's gcet.5pt orsenestra' ,on
Soci list editor. said today t h After Carriean Tour the jackets of ts Philadelphia Sr-
rogi e of Argentine dictator Juan Rabbi Nathan Witkin returned orchestra recorags. It's a ig su-
Per is nearing its end because to the Isthmus from his regular perlative, S .when the' jacket
Pero; is suffering from a brain bemi-annual tour of the CariboDean contains lipne Ornanay's con-
turmor. bases where he met with the ducngofFanm ks D minor sym-
Gmold, now editing his news- men of tl.c Jewisht faith, held re. hony, you'MB nelined to acet
SL Vanguardia, from ligious services for them and t as a matter cou mors. Fe lear
onlvideo, Uruguay, said Peronu their dependnts, and made ar any orchestras e d more clear-
is p ysilally and politically ex- rngemnents in each place for the alurk of a well-kept home is iate blleomn. This homanma, ly delineate Orinmnody's concepts
hauisted by his ailntent. observance / the Passover holi- sA: o: Iat and dust wleh .ilwl In folde the plastl of Franc's structure.
Tht editor made the statement day which begins April 6, 1955. e1urtsis,1wema plstle apron for prteton. Speaking of Reiner, he and At-
at a 'Press conference arranged by I Rabbi Witrin' visited U. S. Na.- thu Rubenstein were respon-iblOEW R (NA) The ntsreIn wool or blends
thf Itoer-Ampr and Freedom. The Army, Navy se Guaannmir Force in-'Ba CubBY KAY SHERWOOD around pipes and loosen flooring. cording of Brahms' first piano )ng, smooth look in spring orlon and wool, dacron and wool, ailor collar fashion (le) I
aociatio ad th Pa Amrica t tis in Purt Rico, an d NE Staff writer If corners are tight and difficult concerto, with the Chicago ym- waters is a natural result of linen or linen blends and in cot- translat lnt lo
Wo-itns Asn. will honor him at the U. S. Naval station in Trini- d to reach, I've found that a sponge phony. The first is a discursive te long-torso suit jacket. ton. Whatever the knit, these bY Rosanna. is.Ivy
, dinner here. tomorrow night. dad. Mopping up the bathroom is one on a stick is a help in carrying and often /a difficult work or Designed to fit without bulk new sweaters are light enough banded in white. Ov srbl e by
housekeeping task that can not soapsuds into these areas, and be. many listeners. Soloist and con- underr Jackets, the new over- In weight to pack easily and this ame
be overlooked even one day if hind and underneath the radia- etor should be felicitated or Ilouses are lightweight. They'rethus be a real boo to the travel- square n
we pride ourselves on our well- tors. making so much ofit meat, light for the new skirts, too, or nomatter what the climate. wth wide ribbing to gi
l;ept homes. We can buy new fix- I use a sponge, too, for wiping little of iti discursiveness (ItCA silncemany of these are long-, Colbrs tend to the pastels and
WWItures and accessories to make the steam from mirrors and win- Victor). 'torso, knife-pleated types, to the violet-blues, lilacs and equ y well with suit or skdrt.
our bathrooms more convenient. dows. Plastic window cur t a In s
But we have to exercise our good need to be checked for dust and And speaking of orchestras, La-
Sright arms to keep the r oom lint which collects in the folds. opold Stokowski has dropped "his"
W A SObright as a bandbox. Sometimes yu can just unhook orchestra. at least for the time, PA R Y: e igners
SFrozen Every morning, home econo- the tiebacks and wipe the curtain and has recorded Beethoven's
mists tell me, the b a t h r o o m right on the window. When they "Pastoral" Symphony witn mem-
CHI EC KIshould be aired thoroughly to d'y need a more' vigorous cleaning, bers of" the Toscanini orchestra
out moisture -and steam which dunk curtains in a bathtub Iull the NBC Symphony whicn defied
streaks walls and mirror, .an d ( f hot, softened water and soap- NBC's disbandment and continues
Rich with tender chicken goldencondenses on cool surfaces. Damp suds. When they're clean, wipe as The Symphony of the Air. To
Rich with ender chicken...olden owel and washcloths should be them dry or shake off the excess hat is appended "Sounds of Na-
gravy and peas ,.. .in'a tempting ov spread out to air-dry, too. moisture and rehang, then finish ture as described by Leopold Sto-
crisp, flaky crust. *Pp. *f ybu";e trained your family to drying with a towel. a kowski." That you ought to hear,
wipe dwn the tiled, or surfaced On the weekly cleanup, check which is said without forecast of
wall around the shower after use, such dirt-gathering spots* as t he your reaction (RCA Victor).
you're xone up on me. toothbrush holder. A fine bottle Coinciding with the Metropoll-
I use an otd Turkish towel to brush plunged up and down in tan Opera's revival of Richard
the shower and the fixtures. Wills dirt. Wipe off the tops of lighting is offering a recording of "Thef
Swill stay brighter ,with the daily fixtures medicine cabinets and greatt Scenes," by. Elisabetn
D different wipedown.. An occasional washing window ledges. Schwaszkopf Joseph Metternich,1
~ith hot, softened' water -and soap- Pay special attention to the wa- Nicola Gedda, and the Philhar-
suds really pt'ts the shine on tile. ter closet on the daily and week- monia Orchestra of London. Amer-
When you wipe spots and stains ly cleanup. .The bowl and seat leans generally haven't .yet -had
S Zi S otf the metal fixtures, don't f9r- should be washed with hot water tite opportunity to know the beau-
get to check the underside where and soapsuds every day. If youties of "Arabella." This record
dirt collects quickly. use a special bowl cleaner once makes you wish it had been a
SFloors can be damp-m o p p e da week, let it stand for a feW complete recording instead of
one will suit free of splatter stains in between minutes then scrub with the long- merely "grest' scenes."
r real scrubbing. When you wash handled brush you have for th e Since Berlioz as writer of songsI
d the bathroom floor be careful not purpose. Be sure, however, that'l1 so poorly represented on ree-
your needs. to slosh a lot of water on the you wash the brush out afterords, Eleanor Steber's sensitive
floor where It may seep down use and let it air dry. rig s Of the cycle, "Lee Nuitsi
D'Ete, which includes the haunt-

Kerosene .erices!a
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CRAWFORD TOMORROW WRONG GUESS
AGENCIES WARWICK, R 1. (UP) -
**-* Thirty-one. high school students
-3 ifrocm Btadenten, Fla., looked for-
t.No. 18 -ward ,rciilly to seeing some
Phones 2-2386 2-32 snow whilt visiting Rhode Island.
The weather was fine when they THE NEW SQUAREDNECKLIIE Is shown here (left). In a slim sut'from thePars coslle.
arrived. But snow fell in Florida. de Givenchy. Unfitted Jacket is in cream-and-beige Dlaid wool, has side-fr fauaeninw~ t
-CE N!In five-eighths length (center) from.Patou is orlon-and-wool flannel in a f -welgh,,i.
"_________ .tflat'lapels are extra long, drawing attention to below-waist closing of this-. loo*.cot. Jews
.... ......4 Dresses' two-piece chalk white dress (right) in silk and prlon hba box-pleated.akirt, Stttb
S6hands1 g' y overblouse. -- -

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* ^anval s To A.lend Meeting Gets Regulr Jo
Health in American medial%
discovery which restores youthful
T, our arnd vltallty qulcker than
glaCd Uopeation. it is a almioe hom A series of meetings to discuss
treatment n tablet form., scovered courses and school scheduled -
by am Amertcan Doctor. Absolutely
haummlers and eay to take, but t with parents of Balboa High WASHINGTON, March 4. (UP) Smith-was-wounded in one as
ewet ndtmot powerful nvur- School studetns and prospective -Robert L.- Smith, a quadruple in the battle of Changmjiln
t wur tants, ecne.es, a d it or. Students will begin Monday, it amputee who "got tired of sitting November 1950. While he w
gans. build. new, pure blood. and was announced today. Around d9ing nothing," started waiting to be rescued, he suff
wo fast that you er n aee ai The meetings, to be conducted work today as a tabulating ma. ed severe frostbite. 'Both ar
fee l Bew b.dy power a 'y B US prin cipale.T .B.
emse o as natural oon o s by BH8 principal T. F. Hotz, chine technician for the Veterans and legs had to be amputated.
ad merves,oubrain power. mem- Harold Zierten and Miss Marie Administration. Smith then spent months in I
or and e eht ofutea lp eV*am Weir, will be held in the school Army's Walter Ree4 Hospit
1 uM --w no library from 7 to 9 p.m. on the Despite the fact he hasi hooks here.
tomw' vSat-er dv._S following dates: where the other technicians have
bn.,etMted andproved by thouaan i Monday, parents- of freshmen. hands, the young Korean War vet- He learned to walk art
and Is now available at all chemist He learned walk art
hre. Got V.-Taba today. Put it to the Tuesday. parents of juniors. eran from Middleburg, Pa., was cial legs, to manipulate a 0 o
teat. ee the big, quick Improvment. March 21, parents of grade stu- assigned to wire panel controls serving as hands and to drive
Tathe fnu kwllet kt. ta i dents. March 28, parents of so- for the intricate electronic equip' speally-euppsd automobile.
vigour, energy and itality, ad phomores. inent. Meanwhile the government a
feel years rouner. A **secil He .explained. he wanted to the Pennsylvania Americaik :
b ttle I t VI-Ti* SHE GO RHYTHM prove to himself and others that gion made sure wer wo
ViT' Gel ifo. b hc could earn a living in spite of have to worry about filrt,
V .a mLtt QUINCY, Mass. (UP) Mrs. his handicap. hfamy
**toros M i.*led and VIeM~ty Sylvia B ar r y. entertaining a Smith. who lives here with h s his family.
church group here, described her. 20-year old wife and 16-month old The Legion collected $20,C
self as a "real gone" d summer. son, was the first of two quadru- for him and established .a tr
iThen she demonstrated wft azz pi e amputees of the Korea War. fund which now pays b ab
ST A iand swing on a snare drum. She's The other was Hubert Reeves,-of $120 a month. in adAmO
S- T O DA -- 76. Joliet, MI. gets more then $410 I"fD
a disability compensation troan
SI | bI government. a
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Moorgr Gardne trial to container, balance, use
After ecring eight wees at interesting material and t h C
of flower. angeements toudy on correct use of colof harmony.
der thel.nstrli on of hrm. Pjat The show, which is open to the ..
Morgan. spore of her students public without charge is under the .
will enter e h at the Balboa direction of Mrs. Louise Morris' "
lICA.I')M Flower Show on Mon- casisted by **o-chairmen, Mrs. W
day, Mal.i Tth at 8:00 p.m. b. Tucker. Mrs.'T. A. Brown; '
Mrs. Migan has invited all the Mrs. Evelyn Dean, Miss Margue-.
st ud~ t. organ Gardens rite Flyn and Mrs. Clemeadna .
at any aday when she Cain Mrs. Aftert Hughes, Mrs. R.
will heowd -materials R. Caao, Mrs. Grant. 8. Dial,,
for floF'O. Parking Mrs. W. H. Root. Mrs. W. A. Ken i
space if v at the hoat ney, Mrs. H. M Marshall, Mrs.
the bill .. Robert Clarke .Mr. a. ob-
The a Monday pro- edn, Mrs. C H. Jerman, Mrs.
ides ao placing their K Saeie, Mrs. J. M. J.ones,
tcbbit frCA front coe Mrs. Barrett, Mrs, r L.
to 5:0f.rsA will be be,. Kineph Mrs Lile M Ef10er,
tween tka 6 ands p.m .. t e dwa ra. ow.
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The first session of a school o
scligion sponsored by the Depcrt. BY K SHERWOOD
ment of Christian Educauon of NEA Staf Writer
the Episcopal Church was held
on Tuesday evening at the Cathe Stylish new stoves back up Mrs.
dral of St. Luke, Ancon. America's reluctance to be a
Approximately 150 adults regis- slave to her range. More auto-
ered for the courses which are matic devices, ne conveniences,
to be given every Tuesday during
Lent.
iene two-house session which be- w- Th
gins at 7:30, is divided into three la W l lUV 1 aJr.1
periods. The first from 7:30 to
815 p.m. is a required course on 1 3| n
the historic& background of the Wl v ad f
Bible through the study of the a
Psalms with the Very Rev. M. M. 'l DSV
Richard' MacDonald as the in. mg m SJa
structor.
strNEW YORK. March 4 (UP1 -
This is followed by a 20-minute Lowell Thomas Jr. and his wife,
Jevotional period for which th unreported for six days on a
Rev. John McDuffle is the Chap. flight over the Arabian pepltanu-
fain. h1, were located-today on the is-
A choice of three courses is of. land of Sardinia in the Mediter-
lered for the final period: The lanean, it was reported here.
Message of the Prophets, Rev. C. I The- couple was located by
W. Hayes. instructor; The Goo d Mrs, aThomas' father Samuel
News, Rev. t. A. Cookson, in--.FraierPorr Jr., Pan American
attetor and Paul, Christ's FirstlAirways vice president from
Theologian, Rev. John ..S p ea tr. wet Peai Beach, Fla.. He. and
instrUetor. Thoma SSr., became concerned
SServing ~ the administrative for their children's safety after
staff are the Rev. Mainert J. P-t'hey failed to make routine
tersok chairman of the Dept. of checks on a flight from Aden,
Chistn Education, Mrs. Sogerat the entrance to the Red Sea,
Iireene, district director of Chris- to Calro.
tian education and Mr. Earl C. Thomas, 30, and his wife, M#-.
Keeney, organistL ry, 25, flying their own aull
Cessna plane from Africa to Eu-
rnger Of I rope, last were reported seen Frl-
-rger Of I day Feb.26.
SE "C Pryor established the. couple's
AFL Endorsed afity b telephone alls and .-
Aui Orks irs iito:Pa'Ain ffics In he
'-ETR.oT March (UP) (lap). .. htahd"
The ,CI United -Auto Wrktn w U.. '12 1 hen th ? ed
international execute Woari Imh.aran at the head of the
annhnced yesterday 'it h' sepianoGulf. Atthat time, YounL
unanimously endorse the, pro- nd his Wife remote
posed merger of the 010 and t wre taking off'on a ,000-
An m ile trio around the Arabian
mi Maany, secretary of the P 'enl .
UAW said the board. voted Thomas, on of the noted news
wholeheartedd" support of the commentator and his wife, the
merger agreement at a special former Mary Taylor Pryor, de-
meeing Wednesday.d about a year ago n their
heboardsaidwe ha thesingleengine plane
merger movement devoted to the what they described as aflight
Interests of the nation and its to adventure." Thoma& piloted
workers, capable of carrying on the craft and his wife zervedas
the task of organizing the unor- navigator.
ganized, Inspired to promote Sources here id that before
great progress In all fields of the couple departed they con-
concern to the working people tracted to do a book, to be pub-
of America ." f ished by Doubleday. Several ar-
ticles for Reader's Digest, and to
shoot 'film for the National
broadcasting Co.

New Testament
Course At 'Y'
S Ends Thursday
The final session of the course
in New Testament History will be
held next Thursday at the Balboa
YMCA-USO at 7:30 p.m.
The subject. "New Testament
Prophecy and Revelations" will
he presented by Gen. William
K Harrison, commander-in-chlet
Caribbean Command.
This .sessi was postponed
from Feb. 24 and will complete
this series. The lecture is free
rnd is open to the public.

Power Cooperatives
Plan $202,000.000
Exoenditure In US
l Fa c o WASHINGTON, March 4 (UP)
O y ur clo e -A survey conducted y the
Rural Electrification Adminis-
* ration shows power eoopeiatlves
the United tats plan to
spend 02 million dollars n new
facilities in n96.
The study also Cows power
coops plan to aak for iovern-
ment loans totaling about 1i
million dollars e I to help f-
nance aon ctbmn they start in
ithe t antd An tbiequert yeere.



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Taste Thrill RONALD B. OWENS


TARTAKUGA in the Amerekan
Itual suelalty.
By GAYNOR MADDOX


Jesigns, and finishes forecast; "'VE r am a an ,m
snappier-looking kitchens and less -
work for the cdbk. I In Boston wet learned about two1
Looking over the wares manu- Italian recipes Irom Jean Tucker,
tacturers*exhibited at the recent a home economist just returned luo
Chicago merchandising a h o ws trom visiting Italy. She said she ma
I noted an increasing number and discovered them in Rome in a lit- sa
variety of "built-in" units. tie restaurant on the Appian Way. ch
The growing popularity of flex- Angelo, the owner, who acts as n'.j
ible arrangements made possible cook, waiter and host, gave her a
Ly intro uction of wall ovens and the recipes. ar
aeparatu surface-burner units has cle
encouraged makers to simplify Miss Tucker uses a package of in
designs In order to reduce instal. prepared pizza mix for hers. Says 20
lation .costs. It's almost as good as Angelos.
Some unlts a re not actually I Puma Tartaruga -
built-in. One stainless steel two. Using a package uf preparedI
burner electric unit, for example, pizza mix, empty yeast into a mix-1
can be installed on any ordinary ing bowl. Add lightly more than!
kitchen counter. When not in 'i cup (5 ounces) lukewarm wa'"
use, the individual burners can ter. Stir until dissolved. Gradual-
to folded into the back panel to ly blend in flour mixture to form
flee the counter for other sork. a smooth ball.- addin extra flour
A new gas or electric oven can iF needed. Cover, allow to stand
be bou g h t Jacketed in steel .t room temperature 10 to 15 min.
finished to match another c o m. utes. Heat oven to 425 degrees F.
pany's storage cabinets. T h e s e Next, roll out dough on lightly,
can be. placed below the unit to floured board with floured rolling
give the effect of a built-in, pin. Spread tomato sauce over it.
Cut in two and one half inch
Automatic thermostatic eo n- strips. then roll up a country sau-
tlols on surface burners in sev- sage in each strip Place on
eral lines are designed to keep greased cookie sheet and bake for
the unwatched pot from boiling 20 minutes or until each is golden
over. Automatic ti m e r s can be brown
set' to turn on the burners as well
as the oven. Electric elements TONSORIAL THIEF
have been resigned to hea t ROCHESTER N. Y. (-UP)-
up faster. You'll also see stoves The thief who broke into the bar-
ith nuilt-in cooking guides to bershop of Crl De Prima appear
po temperature; aid e rac. ently had but one thought In mind
o od aluminum cooking ~ oInt,._ to be w.l1 groomed He stole
higher back panels with fluores.- mi a-sealp vibrator and a bottle
centights that really illuminate of air cream value $15.
the stove lp. -
1< Perhaps "t' because tleaenngj -
Ty own outdated stove Is suc .-
dreary job that the desin of waaaiI Ur HEnR
a new g9a range captpured my N E n
longing attention. aTIH aR H R
This model is so made that
there's not a corner that can't new shipment of latest
be reached easily for a periodic
scrubbing. The grates and drip in
pans lift out the top is hinged Columbia Records
and can be propped open like an
automobile hood, the burners
themselves slide off safely. T h e CLASSICAL, POPULAR,
heavily insulated glass paneled JAZZ
oven and broiler doors can be J
1iJted off to expose the interiors At new ow prices
and even the oven bottom slides 'At ew low p
out for dish pan soaking a n d I
scouring. / Q ^ 45th No. 3
Another feature of this sto ve L Bells Vista
that I like is the burner arrange-'
ment. The four burners are Tel. 3-1285
lined up across the back, which'. b
leaves the front dear and cool,
and keeps pot handles out of the
reach of children.
Colors that tint stoves include
pink, turquoise, y e I1 ow, green
and the metallic trims while
finishes show up In coppery tones,W
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Using prepared pizza mix, fol-
w directions on package for
king pizza pie. Then, arrange
rdines and slices of American
eese alternately on top of sauce,
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"Is Everybody Happy!!
This famous refrain
is a daily chorus at El Panama.

And right here and now, we can tell
you that one place everybody's happy
Sat our
SUNDAY EVENING BUFFET
held from 7 p.m. in the patio
Who wouldn't be happy with the
wonderful ho, and cold dishes, the
relaxing tropical atmosphere of the
candle-lit patio, and those happy
tunes by Clarence Martin's Orchestra?


Everybody's happy, too, way up in
the BELLA VISTA ROOMS where Mar-
tin's Orchestra provided m u a i c a 1
background for dining and dancing
every weeknight.


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was made. And Klim keeps safely without
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Valley Star


Picked To


Wi $650 Sprint Feate


1 -Matruh
2-femero .
t sWeshPox
" o.-Golden Tap
--Young Prince
7-Turt.Lodge
81#*-L Martha
p-(Pompilio


B. More.
J. Bravo
H. Ruiz
V. Casti.
F. Hidal.
F. Rose
J. Congo.
A. Valdi.
R. Vas.
M. Ycata


115'-Brief early speed
108 -Lacks early speed
115 -Returns from layoff
102x-Rates outside chance
110 -Showing improvement
11i -Could score at price
113 -Form indicates
110 -Gone sour again
112 -Nothing last time


115 -Vastly improvred
113 -Dangerdus contender
105 -Nothing to indicate
118 -Long overdue
110 -Weal-hearted quitter
112 -Depends on start
106 -Good recetn efforts
115 -Unknown quantity
115 -Regaining best form
l05x-Iast was dubious


B. Agut. 115 -Jockey could help
R. Vas. 115 -IMproving slowly
A. Valdl. 118 -Gets going too late
. G. San. 108 -Unpredctitable
. A. Vad. 113 -Last was dubious
M. YcazallDx-Haa good workouts.
H. Ruiz 108 -Dubilous ride in last
J. Baveo 13.-Retrns from layoff
M. Reyes 118 -o overdue


10-1
8-1
2-1
10-1
5-1
4-1
Even
10-1
4-1
/


2nd Race "I" Imported 68 Fgs. Purse: $375.00 Pool closes: 1:15
Second Race of the Double


1-Gaucha
2-A. Fulmar
3-Pipcel
4-Albeit
5-Goziiaga
6.-Mr. Foot
7-Alabarda


3rd Race "G"


1-Loteria
2-Tap Lady
3-T. Tlin
4-Volador
5-G. Glass
6--Yosipongo

4th Race "F"r


1-4boria
2-Tampol
X-Choly
4-Vegonero
5-rCoran
.-. STime
7- &Alai
9-(Fliop
o10-(Don Jaime


G. San. 108 -Quits badly in stretch
L. Giral. 120 -Should miss here
Vt Agrvi 1in 11a0Rt kir Chance


3-1
Even
4-1


B. AfglI* .iA a -Ae vc as., u.nue -A s
J. Avila 118 -Returns from layoff 5-1
J. Jime. 105x-Should be contender 3-1
C. Iglesias105 -Nothing to recommend 2-1
V. Casti. 115 -Could repeat here 2-1

Native 7 Fgs.Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 1:45
ONE TWO


B. Agui. 110 -Notorious quitter
P. Hi4al. 103 -Hard to beat here
F. Godoy 103x-Dangerous contender
C. Iglesias 106 -Form indicates
A. Bassan 102x-Could score at price
E. Pita G. 107 -Not with this rider


3-1
3-2
3-1
Even
5-1
5-1


Native -l Fgs. Purse: i275.00 Pool closes: 2:20
QVINIELA


V. Castl. 114 -Rates good chance
J. Bravo 120 -Shouldn't miss here
R. Vas. 113 -Should be close up
B. Agul. 113 -Bafk in top form
F. Godoy 107x-Doesn't. belong here
L. GiraL 113 -Would pay, nice odds
A. Gonza. 97x-Nothing in months
F .Rose 115 -Not against these
J. Gongo. 114 -Longshot possibility
M. Guerre. 109 -Improving slowly


Ith ]aov "A&B" Native 7 Fgs. Purse: $375.0 PooF closes:
l-Black Gold J. Bravo 115 -Not good enough
2-Petite H. Ruiz 100 -Early speed olly
3-Portal A. Vas. 118 -Will fight it out
4-La Enea R. Guerra 107x-Returns from layoff
5--Don Goyo R. Vas. 118 -Improving steadily


Ith lRace H" Im1poted Fg.Pul e: (400.00 Pool closes: 3:35
FIrst Race of the Double


2-The Bouche
3-8Uomo
4-Bar One
5-8-. Spruce
'-4. Of Scone
7-r-Cornoelino
8-After Me
9-(Explicito
10- (Tempistad


3-1
Even
3-1
3-1
25-1
5-1
30-1
10-1
5-1
10-1


2:55
5-1
20-1
3-2
5-1
3-5


3-2
2-1
15-1
2-1
5-1
10-1
5-1
25-1
3-1
3-1


2-1
4-1
10-1
10-1
3-1
5-1
3-1
Even
Even


Kih Race "E" Imported 7 s.Puse: $550.00 Pool closes: 4:40
t QUINIMLA


1,-..de Gato
-El Regalo
o $-a-Char er
(- .R. Signal
..-Hurlecano
il-Amat ,-
I -Clprodal
A--Rose Hip

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S --Vedette
3--.eaven
5-- lChun
6--Fairlyable
7ItNeesclffe
," 8..(Joe^' F.

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2-K Slipper
S 3-D. Sunset
.4- LI's Claw
5-Dgpny Boy
--Bradomin


A. YcaOa '11i. -Rates good chance
V. Orte. 112 -Poor recetn races
, B."Agul. 115 -Should score off last
H. Ruiz 113 --No. 1 contender
J. Bravo 115 -Could score at price
F. Godoy1 02x-Not with this rider
V. Caut. 110 -Hasn't shown much
F.-Hidal. 105 -Nothing U, recommend


3-1
5-1
Even
3-1
4-1
10-1
4-1
10-1


closes: 5:15


F. Hidal. 113 -Good time' in last
A. Vas. 115b-Couldscore again-
S Bravo 114--W4er should help
V. Casti. 118 -Returns fro mlayotf
M. Ycaza lix-Scratched last time
J. Qongo. 112 -Rates good chance
R.Vas. 115 -Should be close up
B. Agpdul. 113-Form indicates


3-1,
2-1
10-1
4-1
3-1
5-1
3-2
3-2


Imported 1 Mile Purse: $00,00 Pool closes: 5:40
V; CastL. 113 -Best of Pinchevky's Even
L.' Giral. 115 -Distance to liking 4-1
E. Corcho 105x-Runs well for Corcho 3-1
B. Agui. 118 -Always dangerous 2-1
A. Vas. 113 -Disappointed in last 5-1
A. Vas. 118 -Could go all the way 2-1


*th Race "C" Imported Ir Fs. Parse: 5650.00 Pool closes: xxxx
'-Turgot M. Ycasa103x-Light weight could help 5-1
Lexen J. Bravo 118 -Dropped n class 3-1
-P. Counted A. Vas. 115 -Also raced higher 3-1
-kRegal Bliss J. Phillips 115 -WIll fight it out 3-2
p-Valey Star B. Agul. 110 -Form indicates Even


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Joltin' Joe Brown of New Or-
leans' and Puerto Rican welter.
weight champion Bobby Rosad
today were scheduled to gc
through their final workouts at
the Colon Arena for their sched-
uled ten-round match Sunday
night.


Yesterday Rosado went two
rounds each against light-
weights Daniel Ward and Sam
Bruce. It was evident that they
were completely outclassed by
the cagey Rosado who virtually
left them both knocked out on
their feet at the end of the
workouts.
Rosado, who will be taking a
six-bout winning streak into the
ring with him, is still well over
the 146-pound weight limit but
his handlers expressed confi-
dence that he will enter the ring
at weigh-in time at the pound-
age agreed upon.
The impressive "idol 'of Puerto
Rico" will most likely go through
strenuous callsthetnics to try to
pare any excess weight if neces-
sary tomorrow. Joe wil, take it
easy after today. He will rest up
until fight time. '
Brown boxed three -brisk k
rounds with tough Baby Hawk-
ins yesterday and will most like-
ly speed up the tempo this aft-
ernoon. Jpltin' Joe hopes to add
Rosado to his list of victims in
order to meet Cuban welter-
weight Tony Arventeros here In
the near future If the Cuban
accepts promoter Enrique Mar-
tin's terms.
The semifinalists are report-
ed to be rain' to go. Sylvesr '
Wallace and Horaclo Ott lawill
attempt to annihilate each
other in the 135-pound eight-,
round sub-feature. Wallace,
winner of his last three by
K.O., is a decided favorite to
keep his winning streak intact.
Two four-round preliminaries
will complete the all-star card.
BattlingSiki and Eric Armstrong
will slug it out at 128-pounds in
the main preliminary while Da-
niel Ward and 8am Bruce will
swap punches in the opening
four-rounder.

Drag Races To Be

Held At Papra

Suniay Morning


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There will be drag races a-i
gain Sunday beginning .at 9 a.m.
at the Pacora air strip.
To get there, you must follow
the Tocumen airport road until
you get to the circle. From there
you follow 'the drag race signs
posted. Everyone is welcome. I
The results of the last races:,
C A'R S Ij
Car Driver Time
37-Ford Clark 1.90
55--Mercury Daniels 17.93 g
55-Oldsmobile Wilden 18.03.
55-Ford Davis 18.501
52-,-Ford Rayburg 19.16
51-Hudson Reed 10.70
52-Singer 21.80,
54-Ford-6 22.23
3tude-Truck -- 22.82
MOTORCYCLES
B.S.A. Jones 15.52/"
Ariel Wagner 16.21:
Harley 16.34
Harley 17.30.


Fort Kobbe Post

Golf Tournament
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Lexden 'op Contenders


The Cococha Stable's speedy Valley Star is the
choice of the majority of local prognosticators to
win tomorrow's featured $650 six and one-half fur-
long sprint for Class 'C" imported thoroughbreds at
the Juan Franco race track.


I. Slated to oppose Valley Star _
are Lexden, Turgot, Persian Ui .
den and Persian Countess have B Pl, Fast ich
been dropped from the Class '"B 1
rI oup because of poor recent per- A i I S t
ormances. ll t, ,
Jose "Paeo" Bravo will have M i ld s CS
the leg up on Lexden while Al-
fredo Vasquez has been assigned
the mount on Persian Countess. T
Lexden will carry 110 pounds O 1I I
while the Countess has been "v ""
handicapped with 115.
Bias Aguirre will do the boot-
ing on Valley Star which will The manager of the All star
undoubtedly go off the mutuela team of the Fastlich League
choice. Valley Star gets into this made two announcements re-
race with a weight assignment of rding toniight's game with the
110 pounds but will almost cer-I lboa High School team at the
tainly carry two or three pounds stadium yesterday afternoon
overweight. .lmedlately after the All Stars
Jorge Phillips will ride Regal had completed their workout.
Bliss with 115 pounds. The Blibss The first announcement was.
finished an impressive second to th.t Moises De La pena, the Pa-
the vastly improved Goyonder ]onWs' mentor, would assist him
one, mile and an eighth his last In tonight's game nd the other
time out. He should be in theiwas the starting lineup for the
thick of things from start to Pastlich crew.
finish. Starting at second base and
Tleadieg off will be Jimmy Love-
Turgot, which returnedfrom lady the Pumas. Donny Ryter,
early speed last Tuesay n the the Conejos, will follow, play-
Conly speet u t 1 n Day Handicap shorttop. Jerry Duree at
should benefit greatly from ~st base, of the Maca s. Bruce.
t T "0 rrmts o e pa oas pyin
nineandr batting fourth. Buddobby

be Atop the Stud Mite Umrs I Wwls, of the Pumas, playing left
leao e Mont Cmr field, batting sixth. Charley
Other interesting races on a Chase, of the Conejos. playing
much better than average s~ ri field, batting seventh. Lem
day program are the ,Clas "s .and, of the Conejos. pitch-
mile race in which FOl, Merr? yi and batting eighth and Cor-
ipper, Dark n'b, .ion e bin M iff, of the' Ocelts,
law, Donny Boy a ad nplayiig. third bases and batting
will match strides and the re- lth.'
turn battle between Don GoI. l the High School team, the
and Portal in the Class "A" na- tiin lineup is still a dark se-
tive race. cret, although the gue pot has
Last Sunday Don Goyo othlast- ft 'Tat Lambert Mantovani or
ed Portal after a t h r 11 ny i 8nandy Hinkle will stalr on 4e
stretch duel in near record time mbnd with either -Herb Ray-
for natives over seven furlongs .urne qr Bobby Fearon doing
- 1:31 2/5. TomorroW. they w0ll e, catching.
'have another opportunity to The game will start promptly
crack the mark (1:31 1/5). -whie at 7:00 p.m:, and I fyoj want a
is held jointly by Sun's Moon and!chocee seat it .i advisable to get
Riqul. to Balboa stadiumm early.


March Winds Turning.,


To Trade Winds For 7


Teams In. The South
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NEW YORI, March 4 (UP) -
Those, March winds are turning
Into trade winds for the baseball
teams in the south' with many
as seven major..league clubs sud-
denly back in the plaCer- mar-
ket.
Star third baseman Eddie Yost
of the Washington Senators was
reportedly being offered around,
with both the Chicago White
Box and Baltimore Orioles very
much interested, meanwhile, the
Cincinnati Redlegs were confer-
ring with Pittsburgh and the
Dodgers were warming up their
trade talks w1ththe Phillies.
Theres no Aoubt that Yof'
a sllck-field'ing Iro-n -ano
who has played 813 straight
g"mes, would be a big help to.
the White Sex er the Orioles-
and both were putting together
big packages as baIt.


last' holdout, catcher, Sammy
White, giving him a salary boost
in exchange for a promise not
to play basketball during the
winter.
The White Sex signed out-
fielder Minnie MI~oso for
$7,580 raise (Imstd of' the
$16,00 he asked) to $35,00, but
learned that Infielder Cass MI-
chaels, weho collapsed during
Wednesday's workout, Will be
In the hospital "at last two or
three more days" and then will
have to rest some more.
The Chicago Cubs got a good
physical report from third base-
man Randy Jackson, who tested
his left hand that had been In-
fected last year by walloping
seaVeral long drives, and said he
was completely recovered. The
New York Giants were told by
pitching coach Larry Jansen that


I U10 DgHII ilUI 7 senators' president Clark Grli-!he thinks he can make a come-
fifth already has Inorted 'insult" back "and win again."
The Fort Kobbe Post Golf tour-'at the White' 80 offer of, five .
nament for 1955 will open players pitcher Bob Chakales,r And. Pitcher Billy Hoeft of- De-
Wednesday, March 9, and c i-catcher ClintiCurtney, and in- trolt, who lst 15 games last year
tinue until Friday, March 18; ac- fielders Jim BEdewcster. Jo. when he gained 15 pounds, says
cordig to an announcement last Kirrene, and Jim Marshall. And th year will be ferent" be-
week by Fort Kobbe Special manager PaQl Richards of Bal-icause he's now down to 185
Services. timore didn't think much of the pounds.
Winner of the Kobbe tourna- Chicago offer either. .
meant will be declared "Post "Weren't they ItrainIng thCe-. In other camps: Coach Jim.
Champion." The "Lifellner" Golf selves a little when they .m0e Turner of the Yankees worked
team, which will represent Kobbe that offer?" Richards asked sarW-. with speedballer Bob Tnurley in
in the .UARCARIB Golf tourna- castically. I4 attempt to cure his wildness;
meat, will be selected from golf- Richards said he hadn't con- the Dodgers fined Sandy Amoros
era with' the lowest aggregatetacted the Senators yet, "but if ,106 for reporting two days late
scored acquired during the Kob- they are entertaining bids forbecause, he got lost driving 140
be tournament. Yost, they can. count on one .riles; the Cardinals., expected
All military personnel assign- from us." The Oriole offer was lira arrival, rookie pitcher Luis
edtto duty Pe Fort Kobbe are eol- ected to Include aeveratI- ArroO today; infielder Roy
gible to better the tournamentieer whomdrs t~ t Walh- SmalleY was the top performer
and comp for a position on,ington's search for a shortstop- n the Milwaukee Byaves' work-
the "Lifelner" team. Entries Vern Stephens, Bob Kennedy, out; manager Lou Boudreau of
must be submitted to the Postl ohnny Pesky., Berst. d- Kansas City praised rookie pitch-
Special Services officer by Satur- t'le Waitkus. aad' Wio. Miran- er Art Ceccarelml a 15-ame win-
day, March 5. Ida. enr drte. from Brminham;
Thirty six hole qualifying Mayo Smith,. manager of the
rounds will be played on March General .a"h a Gabe Paul Philles, was Impressed by rookie
9 and 11-at Rodman Golf course. ofrneh Rickey outfielders Bob Bowma and
The tournmam t will be single of olt I 4 heAds to-i Lawrence Nork: Senators man-
elimination after initial qualify-. e tier T ~ bt ,at Fort ager Charley Dresen scheduled
I roun LMae, Flbu Son Intra-squad gam ne for tamer-
Sbe laced w: an the Indiansigned
'lavstmda.will.be platedIn'T in i ndsbutd r- -- --
1gb.s for eampplonhip play. tl e' ri-i catcher h eHank flo-but a1u
be position baaed on sco ha v holdout Including -
made dur. qualifying roud 3 k Ut aMb Avila T and Ry Wynn.
2f t playmm wIth the lowest If- t Mfleli.Igi Iof .
pet _.e .Will be p n ot.S r Ti
pno u m s ht while aa Ivan Fran
S round p4me under= FIrlH Tipsr. .. .
b~etpl~r a No J u e'Mwe
toleiM ten U-Ma IL~'n R n- B S BSI g t stV


Only One Way To See Cockel/


-You Look Where $ Is Fjrst
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P.P. Horse


The tournament this year will
be a 72 hole medal play event.
The, contestants will be divided
Into flights, depending upon
their qualifying score at the end
of the first 36 holes.


The final 36 holes wIl be play-
ed Saturday and Sunday. March
19th and 20th. The 1966 -mateur
champion will emere from the
championship .flght The win-
ners andmusa-up of each
other flights will romive prizes
Also there wtl be a ie for the
U hole m Tdallet.


playun on ued to sBoe
*etr name mnd their han diap
either at tr .u rby
tolp e to WerA er
Cblumvte will aRftN the
U*Ir Anr fee w Mi UW


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Jockey Wgt. COMMENT


Ist Race "H" Imported 68/z gs. Purse: $400.00 Pool closes: 12:45
First Race of the Double


ODDS


Teeny-Weeny Tournament Set


For Saturday At La Restinga


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amn of SI.tb --. of the Chamber of C ms .
brook Air Fo....tWeer lun "_d_ onI hs .navy
weather Wele.
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Joe Brown, Bobby Rosado Set Regal Bliss, Turgot,


To Wind Up Training Today


1--New Look V. Casti.
2-Firetize J. Gongo.
3--E. Magic R. Vas.
4--Lord Basur A. Gonza.
5--Pebetero A. Ycaza
6- Patribtica F. Rose
7-Marianina J. Bravo
8-Floreno H. Ruitz
9- Quo Vadis A. Valdi.


(Hmarry Grays s oa vacation)
Ny JIMMY BRESLIN
ENEA Staff Correspondent
NEW YORKI-(NEA)-If you've
never seen Don Cockell fight,
there are two places for a g y
to find out how good he is. And,
while you're at It, you also get a
pretty good lesson that boxing Is
pure business.
Take Roland La Starsa, for ex.
ample. Last March, the N e w
York City heavyweight fou g h t
(ockell in London and lost what
he then called an "atrocious de-
cislons."
After 10 rounds with Cockel
be would, you'd think, 'know all
about the stubby British challenge
er who goes after Rocky Marchia.
no's crown in San Francisco three
months from now.
"Has the match been signed?"
La Starza 'cautlouly_ asked. This
-sas a,few hours before the Brit.
ishb fighter and Champ Rocky put
their names on. contracts. As-
iured that the. formality would
take place in a short time, La
Starza nodded. He knew w hat
to say now.
"Cockell," he began, "is a db-
ceptive fellow. He. is very fast
for his build and he has a fine
left jab. A fin- left jab. His
speed will give Marciano trou-
/e.".
But, Roland was reminded,
this wasn't the way he talked
after the fight. La Starza the n
Paid I the guy only won two
rounds 'and was set for a knock-
out in the 10th.'.
I "I'm saying now he is fast and
has a fine- left jab," Roland in.
listed.
The fact that La Starza ha s
earned a 'considerable amount of
money with the promoting Inter-
national Boxing Club ha s, of
course, not a thing to do with
that past statement.
O' the other side of the picture
is Bobby Gleason, who manages
NinM Valdes.' Gleasor has n.o t
earned a considerable amount of
-money. with the Interna tional
Boxing-Club. He also feels h I s
Valdes, rated No. 1, has b e e n
rudely sidetracked.
So, Mr. Gleason, talks sans re-
straint. "I sa Cockell fight
three times," he says. "He w a a
knocked out by Randy Turpin
and Jimmy Slade and then he
beat. some. guy named Leavy or
something. What the uIIse' in
tlkng wtw no contest with
adeo and Tuin. They knocked
b out- What else 'do you have
mI say? The guy hasn't fought t
since July30, 19 4, when he stop.
ped Harry iMatthews.
S"I'd hav Valdes fight Cockell
tomorrow morning if some o d y
gave me assurances that the win-
ner would get' the Mar ciano
match, I'd sign for Cockell and
then 'begin picking a tr ainin g
camp for the title fight. My guy
would ruin Cockell.
:"Look," Gleason fumed on, "I
have nothing against C ockell.
Gook luck to him, he got the
math. But he is a fighter who
ically never has been' tried. He
fought nobody to talk about, ex-
cept maybe a La Starza and they
teUll me won that on a robbery.
"If he'd fought a Valdes and
whipped him, then he'd'-.be en-
titled to the shot," Gleason went
on. "But here Cockee, a nobody,
gets the money and myoneguy, who
has beaten Charles, knocked out
Hurricane Jackso, b eat the
European champ- and just about
everybody else-he's out in the
cold." 0
Boxing as can be seen here, i
a business of making money. And
you talk along those lines, too.
But strictly.

72- ,ou AmateurO

Tournament To Be

Played In Fights
The Panama Golf Association
announced yesterday that be-
came of numerous reqluests the
meat. which starts next Satur-



flights of fifteen players 'each.


of ofscers was nerl ana ne 10-
hwing officers will head, the
league for the 1955m season:
President --. Co. Welchmann;
V. P. and Treasurer Captain
Schoomaker; Secretary CWO
McClure.
The outoln gofflnef are *
President chaplain V% *C
Reiss: V. P. and Treasuwrer -
SChablain (MaJ.) Clemlelk; Sec-
retary Capt. Me aof.
League bowlers i remindedd
not to forRet teh dinneri-4ance
at the Army-Navy Club March
19. Tickets' will be available at
the alleys from team captains.
Prizes and awards will he pre-
sented by Brig.-oen. w. E Laldd.
law. Chief of Staff, USARCA-
taffy.:,. at.Mfl


HERE'S HOW-Wally Moon, St. Louis Cardinal Rookie of the
Yearin 1953, shows Jmn Williams, Texas A. and catcher, how
to bunt as Moon loosened up vith Aggies at College' Stationz
Texas. (NEA)




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CLASSIC LEAGUE FORT AMADOR OFFICER'S
With the Qlassic League en- BOnwING LEAGUE
tering the home stretch, El Pan-
ama moved one point closer to T.e _. Amador Officer's
first place by trouncing Seymour Bl.. s rapidly Approachin
Agency, four to nothing. Billy the I.A night, ich ill b
Coffey was the big man for El Wednesday, -M-,1 9. In th
Panama with help from Bob match yM arc 9.a^: noh
Waggoner and Abe Colston. For, he, ehld at Co. d',Tus-
Seymour Agency, Rolly Glelch- Bo ser's 216 single a 32n o
man and sub Bob Huddleston ies, with help from Pittman'
scored wei. fitP tac ne -4 arke by
scorewelYMOR. A 1201 n the last game, took leag
Baes NC 47leadin Tech Services 3 to 1.
Bates 157 164 15 472 best that 3rd plaee AG Warr
Gleichstoan 193 212 10 581 Officers could getrom the C
Huddleston 193 183 20 580 8of Staff No. 1" team was, a split
Stepuens 199 105 146 0 Swhile. lhfafv
Me4a0 on 181 173& IS 534 M ta f p oins frm 0
S. Barnes rolled a 555 to lead ti
i-8 PA98 ISO 2 d 7 pla 1.".2W,. team to I
h l PANAMA victory. -AG officer took f
Schmidt 18 18 4 161 513 v without trouble from 0-1
ICostonw 22 193 163 584 enan was. theb .O.U .. .with
Zeletes 1451 181 463 a 527, which brings avera
Waggoner 195 201 192 588 to? mo.
Coffey 223 227 215 6065
9n 1 9 1258 Mstandings as March:
In .the Powell'a versus Sears Tech rvie o 9 21"i .-M k .
match, Earl Best, Harry Colbert, ^of .4 ....
and BudBalcerwere too muchAG W.o '-4 36 .550* 7
S1139p.. .4.Ag88 691
for Powell's to handle and S8ears OG-4 n : 3 .. 1
came out on top, thre out on top, three points 4t s.481 77
to one. Dick Hogan and Jimmy AG m frie 3i8 x48 '&.46 737
.Galgan Were high fQr PoweU'as. CofS. O .I 2 52 .3 ,676
POWELVS 0 f7 ` 34 i08a
Larrabee 162 204 167 -533SS 'a 3 6
Stulson 175 150 203 528 'top Toe-an" :
Spinney 179 186 156 521 -. ,
Gilligan 179 '205 176 560 o 170
Hogan 183 191 1921- 566 Hague.166
SEARS Gumer .....'......'6
Colbert 237 169 193 599 n' s M t ....r..... I 159
ThoIrs 232 159 147 538 e ............ 15
Anderson 198 194 155 547 .Dn ......... ., 158
Best 190.' 201 217 606 9 0aAn "'.. is5
Balcer 205 172 219 596 A .. 152. i.
1062 895 931 "8 PUNehowak ..,...S'. 15-
The tickets donated by the
Atlas Garden for the high game Before the bowling an election


and hnu series each weex nave
been discontinued. We wish to
take this opportunity to thank
Mr. Lee, Manager of the Atlas
Garden, for this very sporting
gesture.


7th Race "G" Imported 7 Pa.Purbe: i450.00 Poo- closes: 4:05
Second Race of the Double


Import 7 FgF. Purie: $58.0 Pool
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TEAM STANDING
W L Pet.
Sears 54 34 .614
El Panama 46 42 .523
PowelPs 40 48 '.455
Seymour Agency 38 52 .409
INDIVIDUAL AVERAGE
Coffey 205
Balcer 204
Hogan 199
Best 197
Stephens 195
Waggoner 194
Colbert 193
Galligan 192
Melanson 191
Gleichman 187


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To ame bThan Scoring
0-
rathehoke...or tis year's .
over tea mate. Dick .
bulitS64 el leapse
cam hai ng shadetick.'iW nos
Uas so ISevt. e ,an most of the "na'on
nallte the vote.'. AI D a d a .-. .
%er to l e.

?ion in erg .,fas
tion the e hal MI swung v
all around court abl ty as the

mersoa of La Salle.s fh t
oial already mdlaikmed as
urealest player college basketball .. e
has ever produced. And his coach, .uanimttOtus
Kenny Loeffer, should only have iO, i C
four ,I matesas N
rea, hsli r could WAKE FORET ... 0 Ci oke WINNER AND RUNNER-UP in the recent 65th AAA Group Pistol Championships show their
rea, has .. J, Bflatna ,. form. Right is individual champ, Capt.-Charles H. Swin, who also sparked his team, the 764th
rot cry g *P y AAA Battalion, to the team title. Left is Major Woodrow A. Jones, runner-up individual and a
ho u "-" member of the second place 65th AAA Group team. Third in individual was Capt. W. 8. Hawk-
Thi the NA AI1"a: Ins. 903d AAA Battalion. Members of the winning 764th team included: Maj. D. Dickinson;
Tom6a, La eSale, forward. fPDICK Captain Swin,; Lt. C. Schachter; Lt. M. Kline; Sfc. D. Brand; Sgt. J. Wilson; 8gt. C. Mulvaney;
Dick ealr W Wa F .st, for CO and Pfc. W. Hoffman. In the forthcoming USARCARIB Pistol Tournament in April, th h
cerl, ward. US.ce _Group will be represented by Capt. Swim; Major Jones; Capt. Hawkins; Lt. Kline; Major Dickin-
Bi Greeu, sDquesne, 'eardt. oNN TA son, and Et. Edgar Vaughn. (U.S. Army Photo)
81i'r usse ne, U See cantor.
Dick Garmalker, MiUaesota ,

When Gola goes next sea-
son, Russell the spring-legged 6-
10 junior center of San Francis-.
co's top-ranked Dons, becomes the
undisputiEd No. 1.man in the a- .
ton. With speed 'and reflexes un-
usual for his size who's to say
bt won't supersede the La Salle
lulu? Not since Bob Kurland of
Oklahoma A&M, has there been SIR
a defensive genius such as Rus-, I
sell:.' BALL
The plugger on our team, for TH USUAL Here's what. r By BIRDIE TEBBETTS
heavy work off the boards and a opponent@ have hd to con- Written for NEA Service
constant threat in close to th e tend with from La Sal we's Tom
basket is Wake Forest's Herri Gola, No. 15, throughout his
who works normally out of the pl- career. Pordham's Ronnie
vot. For value to his team, 6-7 Kuehn, No. 16, tries a layup
Sick, a senior, is unsurp asse d. here-and Gala sticks a han
you can't overlook his consistent uD and blocks it. (NEA)
ranking among the country's top ,
fi~ e scorers. Also a strong contender was St. ,,
Minnesota came up exceptional- Francis' Maurice Stokes, a big c p .
ly strong in the Big Ten, thanks man on a little team who does e-
to Dick Garmaker who has every everything superbly. In the same
shot in the book and the where- pattern were Ed Conali of Ford- e
'withal to get them off. The husky ham and Jack Twyman of Cincin- on The F airw
,-4 senior was the scoring spark- r ati, strong off te boards and Alo r'
plug of to gophers. What partie- yet great outside threats. No rth IhL. -"
iarly impressedInnpolis Lak- Carolina State thinks junior pivot I. LABDIES CERVECERIA INDIVIDUAL HIGH SCORER in the 65th AAA Group Rifle Tour-
er Coach Johnr L .n d 1a- wasa Ron Shavlik willprank hias the great- lNVrIATIONALnaent held at Empire Rane recently was t. Edgar Price,
the game. Elor -. o t.h e he's through. history be, he (above) Headquarters andS Headqiirterl BDte ry, Fort Clayton,
Oeag of the gaple pe fore he's 3throu he all star throene l ch ld ithne cream af who outshot all others with a 202 score, out o a possible 250.
One of '-flshet_ performers Uhrepresented on the all.- star the Isthnilan gal golfers will Tied for second with 191 were Cpl. Gilbert 5. Toeppich, Batter
in basketball is Duqueme's junior lists is highly rated Kent u e k y, gather at Oamboato determine D, 903d AAA Battali onand31 Lt, l ari 8. Tline, Battery
guard, Sihugo Green, an ebony which may be a tribute to team the ecea a de hmine D, 03d AAA Battalon and 1st Lt. Marion P. Kline, ate ,
streak with unstoppable d r i ves fort That. a ft e r all, wins th an 764th AAA Battalion. Team honors went to the eight-man 7ith
and the ability to out rebound games. a Fflks down here do not like the way neighbor Jim Norris chmrap. Quglifyhig rounds will be entry who beat out 903d and 85th entries In that order. Thealh
of the international Boxing Club has gone boutt arranging over a 3-day -period, covering high scorers of the tournam
SECOND TEAM THIRD TEAM Rocky. Marciano's next defense of the heavyweight champion- Friday, S1a urdy and Sunday, O.e Group in the forthcoming U.S. Army Caribbean Rifle Tourna.
Dick Rickettis, Duquesne........ F........Ken Sears, Santa Clara ship of the world. Mrh meant In April.
Ed CoUtin, Fordham............ F.....Tom Heinsohn, Holy Cross F;orida and adjacent Cuba had hoped to see Nino Valdes, This will be the third annual Birdie Tebbelts (USr_
Ron Shavilk, NC State .......... C ......Don Schlundt, Indiana top-rated contender, meet the Rock in the orange Bowl this running of this popular tourna- .. (U.. Army Photo)
MaunriceStokes, St. Francis ...... G ..............Art Bunte, Utah month. But Nino has been bypassed for Don Cockell, British ment, a nd is the equivalent of1 o -r
Jack Twyman. Ciminna ....... G .......... Bob Patterson, Tulschamion, and Miami has been Keza lumin m ay. entry list anticipated.oI nTimn-- I nvtnation Turhameorsktp s-
HONORABLE MENTION: Frank Ehmann, Northwestern; Jack i That Norris and Al Weill, once having plcgded Cockell, turn- The als wl be laced in fyve a tbea i bs-Slonal Invitaton Tourname .t
Stephens, Notre Dame; Chuck Mencel, Minnesota; Ed Fleming; ed to a battleground 3000 miles from Yankee/Stadium Is quite graduated flights n accordance f, Called up from Beaumont of thethe first rou? eore Sal.
Niagara: Bart Leach, Penn; Denver Brackeen, Misslssippi; Bil understandable. It is splendid promotion. with their qualifying scores forexas League by Detroit in the
Evans, Kentucky; Jerry Harper, Alabama; Jesse Arnelle, Penn New York might fill the Garden for a Marciano-Cockell the rounds of match play to fol- Ipring of 1937, at cutting down A.. Uan,-, whc nee. _he_ _
State; B R y Wilkinson, Virgiia, Darrell Floyd, Furmanq; Bill scrap. But it scarcey would pack the Stadium or the Polo low. time I was oneof 10 assigned toNCAA p 44 after l the
Yprberpegh, Clemson; John Horan Dayton; Dick O'Neal, TCU; Grounds. Especially at world championship prices. Cerveceria Nacional, the spon- Toledo. F r e d Haney, managing B DR. OG ALLEN The Ues came ba to w
Don Boldebuck, Houston; JIM ea, Texas Teeh; Corky Devlin, Cokell figures to last about four rounds wth e Rock from sor of the tournament, ha pro- the Mud Hens, came to Navin QUESTION: On a throw- e CA h n t

ns Hto udy tigia clever and courageros fight light.thatthh yours Thee aieerheu wathutwerei nuni-Ohits bia woAyp thlenrcrs'a p ioatrin
It might be argued by. the ring's superoptimists that Don be additional spot prizes and the n t 4 nha A nser: NErana- Tornr, 2
may turn out to be Marciano's Farr. But the lady laddie from usual refresh ent f on the course on firsthase andthe sore tmed Auswer: or as not n rohave iL Tohn's, in
OregonStar;Willieia .,.UCLA; Dick Boshka, St. Louis;CleoIMotouoverhereria crown will be keen this year. i, desperation turned to me. Q ,at tple a p w ot aldipou
Littleton.Wih t; Quiy, ELFAND DUE FOR CRITetleutCISM tBue title in 195l yula l av ennIhuse be th. n run dnd YuSAAner songr.




PACIFIC tLt LEtAGUE r0 e w o p ch D has hpdRo land L ain trhe hn an Aso. iainwho bated v erc me t an en when he wa

S'L P1t. Brihn, If 2 1 0ti obb y Gla o Valdes' manager, has had a challenge third time. Anne. freh from M"nage ,r Cobrane pulled me up Iao emined inethe Amerisceanlo T PIdTURE.0
Lincolni 2 0 1.000 ger, p 2 0 0 and a binder in the ofcaens of the New York miss e new cosua recrdshe at d i woit you'ree o .ing to Toledo," sons.
p ur- C o la,2 0 .0 0 0 P l eeotn o t g o nc t o k e a s r e n t o
Gibraltar te e i.00o LEAGU Eoi- STAN DI theSan rafits tha o ee hin t rian gdCck o asit e n.rab, e t e ..h.am. and Graek Dn...-




score of 7 2d dM. Little Mottao r i campaign fervently in that direction, lto male o, on Ratur-
fllo rft teneThe do of ah asad discussed thIs matter wIth me not so long ago. He day. March 12. until 1:00 pm.
ll of ,he-s,-n,,Th, Co Metofnyplyri teCoduCohan' thn that he felt he had been placed in office to as ter. I ad.. mneb. ." of al loa",l


ers sewedL up the ball game in the state boxing laws and the commission's regulftlon or te ^lub are Invited to participate
the second when they scored In their third encounter of the best interests of the sport and Its patrons. in tis to-rnament.
four tallies with only one hit. season, Mutual finally overcame But, he added, he lid not regard himself as a matchmaker; p1v will be In 3'and 4 ball
Ed Bleakley started the ball their jinx by defeating the Coca nor did h believe he should just his cercive methods in an maehes. or as Phe committee d -
eame for the Elks, but was re- Cola Bottlers in a hard fought effort to ketp title contests within his sphere of government. rects, entries n.'-v be phoned to //
lived by Tommy Bright. The old ball game 3 to 2. ,---- __ne Askew. A-372. for t_,o_ de-_""_
reliable of the Police team pitch- Mel Fields and Pete "Dima string special starting times. d
I ed his wuaW Lgodg fla'1, n1g1ly go9" Eqder combined their t2- TEST OF NOSE A HOAX
Dehlinger. Ie permitted only cents to put it over. Mel pitched
three scattered hits. a one-hitter in picking up his Details of the much-advertised test which Marcclano' nose
SThree lads Wt more than on fifth win, while Pete Olmsted he underwent in three rounds of jousting with Keen inmons
hit ,I. 3U1iot and a0ond hnomer to l b him the a Groslgnger's on Tuesday reduce tht so-caUld nasal showdown
Kllpper :t three and margin of victory. to a mere..Joax.
ajak of the Elk had the same Larry Wilder wast as stingy Actually, that Marciano and Weill would Permit the nine.
record. h witith"te hIts, vin up six, how- minute fiesta before the fight experts of New York to become GUARANTE
The dEtlksyt A everhe was tc0helutch- a serious experfinent was not to have been ep O
, or the r hasgiven ou Dam of M itual o eriou tesUng utIl e meets Cockel.
r roceeded to rWe out "t with oe repetitlsa of the fate it suffered ina the eeodrap
e ttwo with mtafd Charles, lA Sept. 17, Valdeg shay geft is ed 670x15
T rn .tWmppeotunity ia n eptember. Il tht meantia Nine, who mst
S4 aleo i ra f a d who i en a s ker a moth eh ie eB -
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Says


Master Sergeant


Who Collaborated


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FT. BRAGG N. C., March
-(UP i-A court-martial sentence
Sed a career sergeant to two yeai
L hard labor and dismissed hit
ayo yesterday for' collaboration
with his Chinese captors in K<
iea. The defendant said he soon
.r had been shot.
"This is total and complete
disgrace," said M. Sgt. William
H. Olson, 40. after the sentence.
.4I had rather be shot than get
a dishonorable discharge,"
He said ht was proud of h i
S 20 years service in the Army and
indicated he would try to appeal
S his case all the way to the Cour
ot Military Appeals, the highest
Military court.
The court o0 eight officers found
Olson guilty Wednesday night on
two counts ol making anti-Amer
S can and pio-Communist speeches
to fellow prisoners.
I He also we convicted of writ
ing for a Communist prison cami
publication contrary to the inter
eats of his nwn nation.
Olson was the hfth repatriat-
.' ed POW to be court-martialed
m for collaborating with the Com-.
.. munists since the Korean truce.
Two enlisted men and a colonel
were convicted previously while
the trial of Maj. Ambrose Nugent,
ast Ft. Sill, Okla,is still proceed-
ing.


Zone 'Old Timer'

Seeking Proof

b)I Residence Here
SAn attempt to contact Canal
S one "old timers" who can erl-
her resildence on Lhe Canal
S one during construction days Is
elnq made by Mrs. Ana Will-
Vfms, widow of Charles Williams,
o rmer employee in the Municipal
engineering Division, who died
S t Gorgas Hospital in November.
f Any persons who can verify
that Mr. and Mrs. Williams lived
.^ t the Canal Zone at least a year
Upetween 1912 and 1914 have been
asked to communicate with the
Panama canal Retirement Clerk,
telephone 2-2661.
Mr. Williams was first employ-
la Jan. 27, 1908 as a drill runner
with the Isthmlan Canal Com-
tlasion and later as a pipefitter
Ind foreman until his resigna-
tion In 1912.
That same year, he went to
6olombia where he and. Mrs.
Williams were married. They re-
turned to the Isthmus in Octo-
er 1912 and after his re-employ-
bi ent with the Municipal Enil-
neering Division, now the Malp-
tenance Division, they lived in
Cristobal or Colon until his re-
tirement Feb. 28, 1939.

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Olson was acquitted on charg-
es of informing on fellow prison-
ers, urging them to sign "peace
petitions" to the United Nations,
attacking the "American capita-
lists and imperialists" in writings
foi publication and making a re-
lording for a Communist props
ginda broadcast.
The case of the Youngsv ill e,
Pa., native will be reviewed by
Maj. Gen. Joseph P. Cle a nd,
commander of Ft. Bragg, before
it is passed on by the board of
review in Washington. The sen.
lence can be lessened but not
raised by the reviewing authori-
ties.


The career soldier could have
d received the death penalty on
n any one of the three counts on
- which he was convicted.
s Lt. Col. Bruce Gillaspey, 01
son's attorney made a last-min.
- Wle appeal to the board before it
p began deliberations on the sen.
tcnce.
Gillaspey charged that Ma-
rine witnesses against Olso n
who also admitted writing arti-
cles for their Communist cap-
tors, ha'-e gone unpunished.
They would have received the
I same charges as those brought
e -gainst Olson had they been in
n the Army rather than the Marine
- Corps, Gillaspey said.
"Persecuting a man who has al.
ready been persecuted Is to play
into the hands of the Commu-
nists," Gillaspey told the court.
Gillaspey said MaJ. Gen. Wil-
hl.m Dean, the most famous pris-
oner of the Korean conflict, wrote
material for the Communists and
made speeches to fellow-prison-
era.
Maj. Robert J. Demund, trial
officer for the court-martial, ar-
Sgued that the actions of other
prisoners did not have any bear.
ing on Olson's ease. He de-
Sscribed Olson as an "old mas-
ter sergeant who knew what he
*as doinw."
Olson originally was charged
with eight specifications of viola-
tion of an article of the Uniform
Code of Military Justice. The code
prohibits communications wit h
the enemy except to give name,
rank and serial number.
One of the charges of which 01-
son was convicted alleged that he
compared treatment of prisoners
of war by the Chinese with t h e
treatment by the Nazis.
The Army said Olson told fel
low-rpisoners the Germans beat
and tortured prisoners, but t h e
"Chinese have given us w a r m
clothes, bedding and even hand
t wels.
Olson Is married and the fath-
er of two children.
He entered the Army at Water-
town, N. Y., in 1934 and served
there until ;940. Later he served
at Ft. Jackson, S. C., and went
overseass in 1943.
He was captured in the Battle
of the Bulge In Belgium in 1944.


British Lawmaker

Wants Broadening


S,,e D'Of Treason Law
WASHINGTON, March 4 I(UP)
..-Edward T. McCormick, head LONPON March 4 (UP) A
of the nation's second busiest British lawmaker a n g e r e d by
stock exchange, said todsy there government changes that Britons
is no cause for alarm in the cur- took part in Lommunist atrocities
rent stock market toom bec-use against Korean POW's said today
security prices have not reached lie will introduce a law to make
,-"danger point." it treason.
.-rMeCormlnct, president of the Conservativ.L M. P. Philip -Bell
dimerican Stock Exchange, New gave formal notice for a personal
york, said prices of most stocks bill extending the law of treason.
sre in line with their earnings He would apply it to cover cases
and book values, where Britons give "aid and com.
McCormick was the second tort" to an enemy of the United
witness called by chairman J. Nations when British 'forces are
W. Pulbright to testify In the involved,.
senate Banking Committee's in. Bell, a legal expert, acted fol.
westigation of the spiraling rise lowing last weekend's government
In the stock market since the au- report on the treatment British
tumn of 1953. soldiers suffered in Comm u n i s t
-tthrieht has labeled th In- prison camp.I


ja.t!gation a "friendly study'
determine whether the ,t
market Is highballing toward
j mstrous crash as in 1929.
..dCormick agreed *,ener
wifth G. Keitfh 7-nston. r-'s'd
St.e N w Ycik St ck xechan
Who testified veoterda on r
yu that stock prices btve t
the 1929 peaks.




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Eden,


PANAMA, R. P., PFRIDAT. IUI'- 4, 1955


Nehru


Agree Immediate


NE WDELHI. India, March 4
-(UP) -Britlsn foreign secret
:y Anthony Eden completed talks
with Indian Prime Minister Ja
waharlal Nehru on a peaceful so-
lution te the Formosa crisis and
left today for Iraq.
Eden, en route home from the
Bangkok conference, stopped at
Karachi Pakistan, for an hour
cn his flight from New Delhi to
Baghdad.
Reliable sources said E d e
and Nehru agreed that an Im-
mediate solutionle was needed in
the Formosa situation. T h e y
hoped a conference could be
held on the question as soon as
the controversy ever who wild
participate calms down, t h e
sources said.
V. K. Krishna Menon, Nehru's
international trouble-shooter, was
present throughout the talks be.
tween the orime minister and E.
den.
Menon, who will go to the U.
united States next week. will take
with him a compromise formula
on Formosa. the sources said.
They said Eden and Nehru
discussed the possibility of a di-
rect meeting of the U. S. a n d
Britain, on one side, and Rus.
sia and Red China, on the oth-
er.
If the U. ., oWjects to talking
to Red China directly it might be
possible to have talks with Rue-
sla acting on behalf of the Peip-
ing regime, the sources said.
Red China was reported to have
given its views on the Formosa
situation to India.
Secretary of State John Fos-
ter Dulles warned the Chinese
Communists yesterday they risk
possible United States attack if
they invade the Nationalist.
held Islands of Matsu and Quo-
moy.
Dulles issued his warning dur-
ing a brief but busy trip to For-
mosa in which he clarified Amer.-


End -Formosan


FIVE CENTb


Talks,


Read story on


4 !can' policy on Formosa and start-I Meanwhile, an Impressive team val operations; Adm. Felix B.
- ed a sweeping reappraisal of the 0f American military and naval Stump, commander of U. S. fore-
s U. S. military assistance program figures began conferences on how es in the Pacific; Vice Adm. Al.
- to Chiang Kaishek's forces.' to bolster Chiang's forces. fred M. Pride commander of the ACCUSED OF SLATING SISTER --Re
* The secretary of state flew Is U.S. 7th Fleet; and MaJ. Gen. charged Jackie Riley (left), 14, with stall
I from Manila, put the ChineseA- Among those in Formosa for the William C. Chase, chief of the (right), 10. to death with a bread knife b
inerican mutual defense treaty momentous war council w e r e U. S. military advisory group to television set. The boy is said to have te
into formal operation, conferred Adm. Robert Carney, chief of na- Nationalist China. ting the slaying and exprea
I foi two houis with Chiang and --------------
* took off for ,Washington almost
unmediately afterwards.
Afer talking with the Chiang
an his ad",sers. Dulles a a I
Red China should not "assume", I o ur Form In Sb
it could have immunity from U.&'Is' YuFmInil
attack if its forces open new as-
saults against Matsu and Que-
inoy, Nationalist island outposts
just off the China Coast.
uso-..,a a,- -,, OR HOW TO AXE YOUR TAX: 1
as a virtual promise the United
SStates would defend the islands. '
SDulles made it clear the United. *
States wants peace in the Formo- MULLbi% .
sa area and welcomes United By ICHARD A. MULLENS ar or
Nations action to bring about a ICHARD A. MLLENS any or
cease fire. But he madi it equal- necessary
ly clear t line of no return has The new tax lawsubstantally -work are
heen reached. Increases the amount which may ... .. .. dues ini
"It is the ardent hope o te t e claimed as a medical expense ..-- -......,-... -. meno to
United States that the Chinese and has added a brand new de- 01.i. 3U;MUi f s nal so
Communists will not insist on war duction-child care expense. These I" .-....--c.-- -... -. Customer
as an instrument of itd policy," and the remaining items which can ......-........................... deals an
he said. "The Unled States and be deducted on Page 3 of Form ,--............ good w
the Republic of China have no 1040 if you choose to Itemize de- ,,,o.. id --ad.b. .... ...m ,,,, and cost
alternative but to stand firm." auction, are explained in this arti- .ma work and
This was interpreted here as a cle. kg... ", MM. -S. own ordi
warning to the Comhmunists that Medical expenses exceeding three *... equipment
o more bluffing w ler per cent of adjusted ross income. t.a. d e sar
ed is the Formop region. It plac-rare., now allowed .as dedu ction, _-_-_-_" _"_"_.._-_-_. ..wor__._
ed the future a peace squarely subject to a maximum limitation 2
on the Reds. explained later. The three per centM .. A t .........- -- --,not necei
If the Reds do not halt their rule applies to taxpayers under under coi
threatening tactics, Dulles said, 6~ and to medical expenses for s8sS46a e & f e duct any
the Uqited States must proceed on dependents of taxpayers over 65. nated foI
the assumption thy are- reparng There is, however, no percentage i-. ." children.
for further aggression. limit on the deduction for medical MkAD us& av WaiNS .h .S -Cost
"If so, it cannot be assumed expenses for the care of the tax- amesr- .... IA S m A, i Wfltma tenance
that the defense would be static payer or his wife if either.2 aS U ,- ama d te l ,ruM d 4a.tas xa fm ar e rt, he
and confined to Formosa itself," t*m or before Jan. 1, 195. d.s ,S, rs .Ie ona w. ex. Zus m~ hude. cl
he said, "or that the aggressor "penFels which are compensate& p.paws wasi MA to 9 atrfyr asho, olmW h, W. for your
would enjoy Immunity wh re- for y insurance cannot be includ- 4. Fees
sct to the areas from which he ed in the medical expense deduc- preparing
hsT 1s offensive ." ion. HERE'S HOW TO ENTER medical and child care exense, loees turn.
.IarAAI UuEL aAUlmi n a.n I WBe .w J.flnwdlco. Not e4Iten.i lis ts .a:_i _a- W yV


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Red Gunboats, Junks Spotted Trying

Sneak Attack On Chiang-held Island


TAIPEI, Formosa, March 4 -
(UPi The national military
information service reported to-
day that 40 Red Chinese gun-
boats and motorized junks at-
tempted a sneak attack on Kao-
teng island in the Matsu group
late this afternoon.
The report said the attack was
beaten off in a 25 minute battle.
American officials, working
with Nationalist military leaders
on a sweeping reappraisal of the
U.S. military assistance program
were reported recommending a
shift in emphasis to naval
strength to meet such Red at-
tacks.
The sneak attack was made
under cover of heavy fog.
Nationalist sources said the
Kaoteng garrison met the thrust
with heavy gunfire. The Red
gunboats replied and an artillery
duel ensued.
After the battle, the National-
ist reports said, the invaders


The account of the battle made
available here made no mention
of the casualties or damage in-
flicted on either side.
The thrust was the second this
year by Communift amphibian
forces against Kaoteng Island,
which Is located three miles
north of Matau in Foochw Bay
just off the mainland coast.
Red artillery from Amoy alsoI
lobbed shells at Quemoy island
at the southern end of Gener-i
alisairo Chlang Kai-shek's de-
fense line of outpost Islands.
Nationalist reports said eight
artillery rounds landed on Que-t
moy today, but caused no dam-t
age. I

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the amount of medical expense di
duction has been doubled under
the new law. The top limit is now
On a joint return or return of
head of household, $5000 if tw
exemptions are claimed, 7500 '
three exemptions are claimed, an
$10,000 if four or more exemption
are claimed.
On a separate return of a tax
payer not the head of a household
$2500 if one exemption is claimed
end $5000 if Iwo or more exemi
tions are claimed.
In determining the limit'on med
cal expenses, do not count th
extra exemption for old age o
Llindness.
Expenditures for medicines an,
Atrugs can be treated as a medics
expense only to the extent tha
they exceed one per cent of you
adjusted gross Income, regardless
of your age. The Schedule on Pag,
?' of Form 1040, if filled out care
fully, automatically includes medal
cines and d.-ugs to the extent tha
they are In excess of one per cen
of your adjusted gross income
Page 13 of the official instruction

Prexy Arrives

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waged against POWs. I W am ain Flw can Inc., Is scheduled to arrive
alyi It said U.N. prisoners were 0IV1 U I VIV I IVfl I here today for a series of con-
lent forced by the Communists to i I ferences with Panama movie
nge stand on the ice-covered Yalu ri- For ickm US of theater operators on the advan-
ea- ver till their feet froze, and gave tages of CinemaScope.
top- detailed descriptions of other Red e-_ -.- Murray Silverstone, who is ac-
tortures. II l Amerc companies .by his wife and
The long-delayed charges p ro- daughter and Edward D. Conen,
I I duced a storm of angered com. oia ., M.a.r 30th Century-Pox's general su-
ment in the British press. Twlee TUISA-, Ola.. March 4 (UP) pervisor for Latin America and
4 this week, Informed sources said, -..Three-ear-old Bobby Aran- his wife. is touring Latin Amer.
Sir Winston Churchill's cabinet bright, suffering in the final lea In connection with new plans




I pa e 0 / fo some wer-member of N
-I met to consior possible aetiln a- tte of leukemia. .. looked for- for the expansion of the use of
against the BItons involved, iwardta to a stockpile of wa- CinemaSope In Latin America. i
S- term/lon being flown 3.000 milesa Silverstone Is a native New
I from Caracas, Venezuela. Yorker. He was educated at Cew
lIke Spends Night n Bobby son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Yor* University and was grad- i
1 Ike ASnd Nih r rtct, a few days ago, uated with an LL.B. degree.
In His Renovated grandmother, Mrs. Shortly thpoe"fter he became a
P. paul M eawa! for 3ome water- member of h taf in the New
M rs. Meadows, acting on YorkDi t Morney's offce.
Settysburg H s don. uv h entered the


a. MB !; 1 requested, began a motion plctul* buolue. Subse-
I .o3*- _'3 o M Pa.,b M=1arch 4b aind su rrounding qutenty, he. b eme generals
-- -m p rldivat Xsehower n c c 4n t -Of Irneel- ra+e, ,-d eof'lMi,,hat,, pro--- P
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armo .ea the TulsaWorld morning rep en einetral Amer-lvestone oned t.
9 taffeiaAndthings began to iAusralaea W other for- tury-Fox m Corp M
p-IeeeTppe otolypb P n eltm.r nt. He w- than p. Ident In charge of
butrs, by. Cbd l. u tfor t It
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er describes the expenses which can pipes would be a casualty loss.
r: be considered medical or dental You can deduct damages to your
a expenses, car caused by a collision unless
o0 The so-called child care deduc.the collision was due to your willful
if tion for working mothers has sev- negligence. Faulty driving is not
d eral restrictions which will disap- classed as willful negligence, but
s point many taxpayers. For one driving whdad intoxicated is so
thing, even though you qualify for classed.
e- the deduction, you cannot claim it The amount of the loss or dam-
I and the standard deduction too. age to be deducted should be com.-
d Like other personal deductions, it puted in accordance with the offi-
p- .an only be deducted if you item- cial initructions on page 12.
ize on Page 3 of Form 1040. Ifyou have difficulty determining
1- The only people entitled to this the fair market value of the prop-
e deduction are women (including erty both before and just after the
r working wives) and men (provided loss, as required by the instruc.
they are widowers, legally separ- tions, remember that such things
d ated, or divorced) who, in order as repair bills insurance adjuster's
al to be gainfully employed, must estimates, and police or fire de-
at pay for the care ofo ne or more apartment records are good evi-
r of the following descriebd depen- dence of the amount of. your loss.
s dents: A loss from a casualty or from
e 1. A son, daughter, or stepchild theft should be deducted in the
. who is under 12 years of age. year the loss occurred. If you are
. Amounts paid for the care of such covered by insurance, the loss
t person 12 years of age or overimust be reduced by any recovery.
t cannot be included q the deduction If your casualty loss in 1954 ex-
. unless the dependent qualifies as: ceeds your 1954 income, you can
s 2. Any dependent who is physi- deduct the excess from your 1952
call mentally unable to care and 953 Incomes and get a re-
for himself. fund. Do this by filing a claim on
A taxpayer is considered to be a form you can get from your Dis.
gainfully employed if he is work- trict Director of Internal Revenue.
ing for someone else, Is self-em- The Oat deduction schedule on
played, or looking for work. age 3 a catch-all for deductions
For any one year, you cannot not taken elsewhere. Typical ex-
deduct more than $600 for such samples of items that can be de-
expenses, regardless of how much ducted in the "Miscel I a n e o u s"
more you actually spent. If you schedule are:
spent less than M00 for care of 1. Expenses of earning your sal-'
th dependent while you were
S"1gainfully employed," then ye-u
c an only deduct the amount
spent.
The amount of the deduction is
subject to two further limitations
if you are a working wife. These
two limitations do not apply, ow.
ever, to a working wife whoe hu.
band is incapabl of self- or
because of a mental or physal C(MBINING THE E
disability. The liUmttions are, '
L The working wife must fie a O AADEMY
joint return with her'husbad. ad
f. Her dependent's ar dd. H M PH R
t in must be reduced hb e a-
mount by which the adjusted Aadel Amun wim
eeds I45. For m ., .

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wage. Any on4inarP and
y expense i n your line of
e deductibleTzIus. includes
tiation f e e s,. and assess-
labor unions, and profess.
cletles entertainment of
rs to promote specific
d not Just for g e neral I
I: uniform, work clothes
tumea required Jn your
I that do not replace your
nary clothing: safety e.
, tools and supplies nec-
nd customary in y our
nony paid regularly, .t0
isarlly at fixed.intervalan
urt order. You cannot ddi
sums specifically design
the support of your ino
4 of management, main.
and conservaion of prop-
for InvestPenL Ths ln.
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3 or expenses incurred in
_ your income tax re.
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choose which tax return
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row: Credit for retirement


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BERLIN, March 4. (UP) Se-
venty Red Army soldiers were re-
ported killed, and many others
Injured when a train carrying
Soviet troops and tanks Jumped
the tracks in the Soviet zone,
West Berlin authorities said to-
day.
Refugee officials said the di-
saster was reported by the train's
stoker who fled to the west yes-.
terday for fear he might be ar-
rested for sabotage. The report-
ed accident occurred last week.
Officials said the train carry-
Ing 280 soldiers and seven T-34
tanks was derailed near the
Saxonian city of Plauen Satur-
day when the engine went off
the tracks.
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