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


TreatyOK.

The new Panama-US treaty,
sighed here Jan. 25, is scheduled
to be approved in a third and
final reading front the Natiobal
Assembly this afternoon.
The treaty was passed yester-
day In a second reading follow
ing Assemblyman Jua t Arias'
eight-hour intervention which
extended over a period of two
The vote was 42 to 1, with A-
rias the sole dissenter.
d Following final passage by
y the Assembly the treaty wl 1be
rt returned to Prsdent Ricardo
d Ariastobeallowed to follow the
regular course.
It Is understood that the trea-
tyh which was signed by P .ftma
1OreIgn Minister Dr. Oct*vW Va-
Sbrga and U.S. Ambassador Sel-
den Chapti, will remain In poe-
session 6futhe ezective power
until t is passed by te U.S
Senate.
Following senate approval,
Panama and the U.S. wIll "ex-
change ratiflcations" at an of-
ot tifaloW ceremony and the treaty
will be ready to go into effect
in. on the date spe4Atted the"ila.
te- The two-day second reading of
ku- the treaty, which was faverably
reported on by the Assembly's
foreign relations committee after
a first reading, was marked by


Asian


'Ma- On

'May Be Only


Weeks Away,


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Warns Tokyo
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TOKYO, March 9 (UP) United States military
leaders in the Far East have warned Washington, tht-wq'
general war in Asia may be only weeks away, well inform.
ed sources said today.
Such a wr presumably would involve the use of ;0
tomic weapons by the United States against military
targets. 4 *
This is the background of Secretary of State Johl'
Foster Dulles' blunt warnings to Communist China thef
aggression would bring Jnited States and allied retea,
liation from southern, central and northern fronts. atb'
American military and diplomatic officials here am
in Taipei have been calling, for just such a clear warnll
to the Peiping government.
(On page 10 is a story covering tary Informants say, it we:* -
more fully the views of Dulles be necessary to bomb q..
and British foreign secretary Sir mainland Jet air bases o .
Anthony Eden on the Far East Communists. bsso
situation.) The United States does ami'
have the aircraft req
US sources in Tokyo said the kn out Red Chin Lau'i
'warninR was needed to h.ad off with Conventional bombs I,
a maor war which might be world War n type con
started by a big-scale communist bombing. I p
attack ._ the Natlionalist-held
isai a en*i* nfriaha ..rs itRm* iM *a ^ --* A .--*''^


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No Nibserr.r


WASH- MON, Match' (UP)
Sena Democratic leader
Lyndon B. JohAson assumed the
s admWnltratifl today that Ben-
bate Democr will not reWrto
filibuster tactics in an. effort to
salvage the_ $0-a-per* n tax
S cut. '''"
.J Mson's pledge apparently
wa' intended to, ease fear that
moeratic leads might ,ry.to
S3 t adon- oon therp'enog
te tendon bill until the d-
st l atratonh was forced to choose
S the tax cut or letting
at iLeader Wil-
fim 7-. wnd predicted
iikffer a"ter ai xWte-ouse con-
ference that 'te tax cut plan
wll be defeated by a "very sub-
stantial margnl. "when the issue
exackhe .the showdown stage
next .,eek .
Under the'pln, approved by
the HoXue bysa narrow five-
vote margin, every taxpayer
would receive a .2Q tax cut for
himself and each dependent, ef-




ocratic backers will try to restore
the Seathe Senatnce flor.mt-
4steeiis now detad, the move
alars doomed. This prompted.
; arn a administration
i e existing coihe Demeerat on

one ar delay atpri L o. on
oratc bakers wll try to rescept
the ta o the Seate .

S Civ4..SSce
Of CZ th now stand, the move
a dmed. This promoted,
cem "ag a tion
.e t the Democrat



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7Tbe cargo surveyor recom
mended that 309 drums of steel
grndirng bals be put back on 1ft
.slp. Thl Is abo 0 one.third "ft
the :aro In-the. N. Saold. AuJ
tomobiles and tractors whlo
were, In No: 5 hold also aroe bb-
ing reloaded.
The fire which occurred at oat
last week the cleaning up opera
tons in halboa and the reload.
ing of cargo has delayed the ship
almost ten days in her voyage*
to Peru.
The freighter ,is expected to
leave tbwmorw She carries foar
passengers besides a crew of 57
men and officers.
-BALBOA TIDES


THURSDAY,
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5:00 a.m.


MARCH 10
LOW
11:03 e.m0
11:24 p.m.


sgck pUsters Uare optg In sucb flo IR4 V I.f aSl LaWS
mtIs managing direetoroft as atomic energy and electrd LO"OA March 9 W)
Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fener cs. Marc (
,ad Beane, a brokerage lm He alsa citd more favorable Britis lAk-makers voted over-
ith headquarters ln New York Government policies toward d whelIinly today to consider e
d offices throughout the na- business as 4efleted in expira- law ~edng treason arges,
n and sone places abroad. tion of tle cess profits tax, the to co," "enemies of',t United
He attributed the stock boom fleible creit "polices of the Natiolis" sucth.as Bri4.h news-
of the past 18 months to conft- Federal reserve Board and man Alan Winnifgton In Ko-
denee o-4the part of Investors "mld relief from duble taxa- ,.-
that a logn period of. prosperity tion of!st c dividends.
lies ahead.. Smith tegtifled in the wake ConsrvatlTe Member of Par-
Prices on the New York of yesterday's sudden, sharp lament ip Ball, who Intro
Stodk change plunged sharp- drop in the stock market when IdUV the draft, said the present
ly yesterday and the dine loses raned beond $5 a was madein days of con-
was extended at today's open. share. S.e observes. the ventional fighting.
Ing. Large sell orders piled 0 drop may have rfwUle fom "There is grave doubt whether
overnighbt. Wail Street expert a rno by a .r- it is applicable to wars which
attributed the break to the Yard Econo s roi to the lahe h unhan ti ofldneo-
SeMet.Investiration. coS mtt ester4 ta t t Ohe t uapspyih eosaid



he agreed that the senate study c.nm~ttee' -inve igattn or give "a. d comt" or who
was responsible for the decline. Prof, John K. Galbrl 's testi- "adhere to te enemies of the
"I-would doubt it very much," money and the market drop. UNtted Natons would bbe .lty
monh replied. iGalbshetau W A tonh about tof treason if British 'foceIt were
Cohfldence in the nation's eco- ehe sate fI the tmhtkUt operating ith the UJo. .


cadim rlWark's.
.Aproval came following a re-
buttal by Fbrega to argument
set forth by Assemblyma Arias
and the refectlon by the Assem-
bly of a motion by the same
solon calling on the executive
power to reopen treaty negotla-
tiona with the U.S.

CUSEO Commottee
To Meef Tonight


The newly-organized steering
committee of the Coancil of
Unlted States Employs Qrganiza-
tion will -meet -to ht in I*a-
blo, at 7:0 p.m. to draw up the
ground res 6Of the group.
The eight-man committee
headed ky R. B. Curlng will dl-
cide on.be aims of the organ-
ization. who is eligible for mem-
bership and other basic organ-
izationat matters.
CUS was started 0bya doz-
en different groups on t-W Canal
Zone to "pursue one common
aim tahe welfare of the U.&
eitizn o

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London and a Princess's Love Story


Shp Girls, Bowler-hatted Businessmen
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Rr:'Good Luck, Margaret
LONDON, Mar & UP p)- sent the world's biggest city in- linked lim in a romance with
Londoners, agol ctemnt to romantic speculation. the yoang princess.
_over new rfneTzenane for The d ass circulation tabloid The rror said Its Brussels cor-
Princess u thder"t Daily Mirror printed what it said respoMdent asked Townsend
ood _luck" .wt .ster walithe second interview in two whether" he realized the world
o the Queen rousing days with Townsend, the former was awatng some word from
welcome-hme .a lMtalon. roal equerry and father of two him or the Princess on rumors
Tens of th ofss, ch.dren. Margaret was considering g oving
from bowlerae Townsend was shifted to an uip all rights to the throne to
to craning sed attache's post in Bussels shortly larry him.
iPto the starts the after 1953 press reports first
PrinemS on? S LAq W r ___f !an "Oh yes, indeed, know how
offial _Lond w*! Iportant it'ss" the newspaper
com orl alt Cariupd.b- Townsend, "bat the word
St. + 11 ....cannot come from me. You will
-e . -Ilit must come from

While the 4-yIr-OSal Jncess, London bobbles had to lock
dar ove through "P A ta o arms to keep the cheering crowds
a oW m o l Gso_ If b ur 'r* a .r a bo sing Into the streets
he~48., 14g a r Tiotaw done sn r r aid waminr around Margaret's
ywt u<9sw. C r ".ibiterivorth 4 eentI. la~~ar.nllf lfrn-umo I


It probably was the biggest
uingi reception London" ever
eav to the mink-coated Prin-
- along the route there were
frxutd shouts of "Good luck,

A'Mg crowd roared a r .ouftg
tit@ beers for Prineas NMr-
. when she appeared on the

Townsend was ta*
innocent par.
aiwe and won a
bMMn. in the W of a


ri- Pa;na;
aU. nalwas
Mofm to spend


te o day In -ja g dur Ig
I's Court.
f11 f t SQOrterma-

l*t a- a a
twomx, vi3~wjm


OWINC u81Mr wOULu nuuo uin ovUne
or would limit retallation to the
Immediate mainland coastal area
of the Red amphibious opera-
tion..
aUnted states and Chinese
NatoaUiOS W In teioence, ac-
rdng A to. hiy reliable
sources, reports that the Chi-
nee Conmmn sts have now
mved enough aircraft, emal
beats, troops and supplIes into
the coastal areas opposite
Quemoy and Matsu to plan a
limited war against them ear-
ly this spring.


The Reds still lack the stock-
piles or fast shipping needed to
sustain an assault for weeks or
months against determined re-
sistance, these sources said.
However, if the Reds faced only
Nationalist opposition they could
land overwhelming numbers of
lightly armed troops and sweep
over the islands before their
supply problems caught up with
them.,


The United States air and
naval forces In the Far East
could defeat a Communist as-
sault on these Islands close to
the China mainland, but only by
maintaining air superiority over
them.
To gain air superiority, mIll-

Joshua's Trumpet

Didn't Blow Down

Walls Of Jericho
NEW YORK, March 9 (UP) -
The Walls of Jericho came tum-
bling down 23 times before
"Joshua F it The Battle" and
blew them down -with his trum-
pets, the New York Times re-
ported fropi Jordan today.
British and American archaeo-
logists reached Jericho's earliest
known wall, the newspaper re-
ported. It was built on bedrock
7,000 to 8,000 years ago and was
buried under 50 feet of drifting
earth and debris. No remains
have been found of the wall
Joshua's Biblical army caused to
fall with trumpets and "a grear
shout" more than ,000 years
The Times quoted Miss Kath-
leen Kenyon., chief of the ex-
pedton, a saying Joshua's wall
prbay was made of mud
Ifiwhic have long sicm dis-
solved in centuries of rain.
The first wall was construct-
ad of uncut stones btlt agant
a mad embankment. rainsibs
st il about five fet g l
appaLently were U


cMity which tatn
^X^SMI" M*f *ii as**rfi


erwar ,I
United Press.
"Worse than not defeoi
them would be to take such
measures that we would ]
them while defending the."
Military and diplomatl 1
servers in Asian capitals
viewed by the United P .es
parently are agreed IhatI
United States would be-,
go to war If the Communs
tacked Quemoy or Mata i
Failure to act, they e
would be regarded by non-C
munist Asians as a major UnI
States retreat and as proof tI-
alliance with America is uM

Gilun Locks To B:

On Round.Thl. 4

Schedule For 2 D


An extra crew was addt
Oatun Locks Tuesday In
to permit work on a 24-houx
lsis for two days to relieve f '
gestion caused by an un
large number of ships
for traalit throu the
within a short time.
Gatun Locks ha bee on
minimum operating hedu
17 hours a day recently be
of work In prors there
requires single culvert ope
temporarily. Maintenance
Mion forces arengad ist
ing access shafts fro, the -L
of the center wall of each
chamber to the main ulve
This work Is a part 0
project to Increase n the
capacity during overhaul(
by provide for both
the locks to be used hi
center wall culvert is n
haul and the us of
vert operation when One
the locks
During few d
nal traffic hs b
heavy and some
curred. It i expected
temporary e*ngestien can


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Is is YOUR THE READERS OW N COLUMN arvey M atusow; monolis eof"at manasml kBmdn e ai, ll T ou d nt sa
S*r rc g tHE READ leRS O N U cf the liarfor-n.eic business, then ae L takige acadul Jo ok at .whata doi
Scutest animals out of pipe clean- sas City when the Kansa City Star lot-worse
Sde.rs. He cut an dance a Kasatska high crack ed down on companies that "Whatdo yd s ?" Cra
A\ 110 C. Xin the sky on an airplane .floor, advertised wthother newspaper. asked.
o He nurses koala bears and has] ""The congressmen ae interested, l" '"-ou'#'tot' tc.Iastingteesed
U -hi* **s^ ou -a- He nurses koala bears and hats not only nwt appen ed to hem eo Sitfng 70W
S The Mail Box is n open forum for readers of The Panama American. My yo-yo days being over, I'm small weekly apers such as the Ha W a rerau antownr
Iettlers are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confidential more interested in who pulls The Cat4!ol Dige and Johnson Coun also ii ed that hne adve
no t things tied to Matusuw. Tne must y eraldher
If you contributk.4 letter don't.be impatient It doesn't appearth pe trhbumaly dediatsd men. st' sing yanked out ea result of the Mistil nsas
et day. Letters m-. blished in the order rereOo -.... ody could it the t the Star's buldo u the a dvertisin
S Please try Sq'il he letter limited to one r SeM. : aelfilebasement self- small business City m
SIdentity ot writers is held in strictest confSllte. e nionof this wei man o ws to couldn't ri sn advt aue m
This newspt obssum es no responsibility feg stapetiwhee Ophe i a had st man. s a 4trgll -y in anything but a bi rised tbigation a
sexpressedI. lettrst a'om beaderooscre i anytding but bigigGoo"*"rdced hs hsaA aton aA nie alc
ll ressodeIn lette Tm read rs, lined ii their miods, "ddaily. the boils doesn for you
-- o V'ho disciplines these men in The Star and its advertising advertise there Y will ha
COCO SOTOhose hands Harvey Matusow finds manager, Emil Sees, have now t .,
PR EM0OLITO Ghimself? One of them soon will be been convicted criminally for vio.* veris Influences }ew-
: iamed a member of a spy .rin tion of the Antitst Act, aftej Pierce B. Adams r
In reply to C. Thelte."e Vab the o u nis ts' -.
ine re ly to C.T he olmmn e o f 0R obert aublishhr was ex- 'an wot the Star ed that h
ine every sems to be getting in their two cents worth Ler-intelligence specialist "as iged c o.edf a i n tal tl ...a c osd,
this Coco Bollto aifair, there are a few of us that have some u expose FBI and police agents last court. daybo ire the tr aar all (son. ssonal baseb
ems we'd like to add.I who haves 8uiecessfully infiltra ted I Ged.., 7to e hiister hed tr oa florit shop li
We will have to admit that the manageress wasn't at our the Communists' ranks.f n ise e sal of there going di ctme nsasd Ciy? oregaicn the fact
ul ding et a7 sharp-it was 8. But we do feel that her complaints Others have, under congressional against Roberts followed the same he was adveisinn
ere rather unjustified, in our case at least, since they followed oath, refused to deny knowledge of pattern as the rec tent dictmernts Ma e thoa os
atnting and some industrious hosing-down seemed to have gone Efective i Soviet propaganda for friend E. H. Thornton, and Texas lsef aem S's mern eti nedi
-au liht. oears m grains dealers Just before they were Ihs med "t l t s a.feris
And now we come to the subject of the spray" trnuc cg-we Ir mo.tc d o elra ins grant fso f a
aver't seen it for quite some time. Meanwhile,-the sandflie's other held in wniaen Matusow ap- ied o told m t .
re literally eating us alive. Perhaps some-u n osquita carrying a pears to be getting some very main ciilne nwhptien and fox cheating stof the Ptet
yellow fever, or malaria bug ohas been blh us, too: We i important p.-o-l meinueums opera- s the U.S. government out of $1,700, the wi 't t ee at
Iouldr't be surprise d. stc afud uoo. 'ic- you way i in subsidy payments. wfrom thput d








chebed iew o moe thIan oo ounlnehaBors Pesiden lsno IacS IroAaeti oe char gesto Wselin supposed to. hStar's av er.lst
o base ,wouneglectedr to add that a rate of at least aa P sitEisenrsaolet soartitl r yeam ngdn e he e
require to be eligible for quarters there. And how about the i u ius;ry. Qvei ouie s ared au ,e w. f ore ett-a e r i the r.
my, Marine and Air Force families who have no choice. a pro-Lommunist union-tooe min e ssed. Roberts, an early E en.- '"Yes' Wt.t.
We aiso offer hearty secondto the suggestion of I. M. Ten- i;i ano bineter workers. power oste '. had attended many' The 1tar'h5 t told how
it Ior some sort of polce patrol Shrough Coco Solito. 'e union as its peope n Cana the o d, tttied eeson
several nights ago this need was broughthome when a man bia .u dal u rimig oP s anu 4 I. wAb White House visitor shortly w t d,' aver a
.s roipted from his perch on the fire escape where he had his linig plants. It covers a lugndy bef, efore his indictment was di-between the Snd the Journ
ose prsea against a bedroom screen. He made good his es3- 2e, sa y water tior a. e a s ., m 3 4sed ae
e, because what unarmed tenant would give ch ae to an un- *.na eyurogen nbores) isetarulun. Meanwhile here are Ksome of Ythe
In (losing wiadd a hearty amen to I. M. Teg n's letter,, ui pruc atu.e ne wucn we cannot c ll i Ih crinal trial f the Star w eshichnom, i he eoi t eall tit od iell t
bich expressed te views of more than one reil tofore o ,n & tuoi mn our nye reat ,pII theH us a imie fs i ess roC the hr
t.. WeroI IB oT runs gt his name
t h re o t h oInuwo rr s. uer inore, L tun-, ndmittee isscrutinizink I asd tng maetods ht1 he ,
mit bs-Oul R. Tenants, I. troi lau r e c n"s'-d Pe hwter RadioneCoswetltsone-t Evans tout of the d snore. I told Gleeson
___ dno Wnomout we smeiming o1 ct pper B Ito wwner o KCpt nroadcTo Ean at O l o n Tasteato bes d on maa
PREMIUM GAS we uui. aget yWe in reieno &urB rd n deter Edsen of the Crown -Drug Co.,. testified war s m orit te. i s ot nn
Sgte eventual arcr ssug e nl s WR as d tf re O that when h e applhd to tthe FCCt. e i
.i... ..utu a geb ouriurr vengnungi atr" t for higher radio power he was ebli oo od.'do~?"








k-a na- t eedco rmittee o" toticosdmmondal si i r hiy 1C of n v v he Heved thetm the Kansas md e camn heanre ... s. fars
#u and get straight instead? It seep s aickqa general condition is umnioni s a arorereu ofuk nasiTONsa NEt party) -Ican M eri can a ir neea c xitirn outside the Board oitse Star by its treasurer, Earl M.Col-
ytere by the complaints. SomeoneIs trying t.uln i a fast c op e s o at raUWSOWn omu.si iy0 e lica paty es e can ero was a great po litial mix. um. t .
I nk something should be done about it. Iug iiag tnaies. 'Lie u0u A&J sine political dissension within the nonstop, southern service to the i.p over who would succeed Ryan "He was quite upset," testified s wh re caoe h
vi.otorlats ,whQ have had trouble with your car not idling to maKe a non-commufot one i il etonautics Bard have beewest, he genera passenger fare on the Board. At least four Repub. Evans that we were going ahead f. rn. Pod hih cd. na
t he srer t hree or ourti before rasg steadily the last two ase andcertan aspects of te plans appeared in Washington wth facilities forincree and








2o t a the refusal to ane eweru. & denessK^ o Ryan in \ ,am S fda $3h or t4t a sw in oer D
t the mot'rrimningm aretome of the victims. Who kalows, writrs'-auers, ilnt enots, esen. hi t enrs. transpeific case decision handed sdying they had been apped, btd me he didn't think I hadta com
at ll u" batteries meeu u si n e past under the charir-own recently after a grand White none got it. any business whatsoever n the ra- e t ad
rnaea.. e...up t ...l ..um.re baEtse"h owe i rs ea w r ..stoamhp a
-No". Anon-n ommum st aoavt ee win ans hi of men like Republican House row. It went instead to Ross W. Rz- to business." odl nn
N NPep. mae 1 atn 4 aI aa ueaour ateiuuIDr. Edward Warner and Demo- At the end ot 1954 Chair man 1ay, lame-duck Republican con. Conmrssmaniatent'sSl
ru.- mcar tit mo jats James B. Landis., Welch Ry an was eased out of the board gressman freom Oklahoma. Like After that. E ans testifiedR heeis
.. Aile implicat-i is that if Jeks Pogue and James J. O'Connell, without eve a "Dear Oswald" yan, he had wanted a ederalound that the Star carried l he at o o ese
f ", .a poweiuL regional organizer an. J, CAB leaved over backwards letter f4om the President thanking judgeship, but there was none and less of nis radio listingsuntilI o foo s
u-LnA 4 ae'na guua I etprensef t aye wi d t' a.oie pocat .de cisions. Lm for his years governmentt v hcant.. '. hc t Ialld o e ran tic s x the cnmte want at
in e-m, is clear, so Is le u5 I ovemer,' 1952, Preid en t service Tiumey9 has served sde aminis- F --me Bu ou ". C'.- rn an the n t_. ation" c
y.e aet nut-u-ea, among LueTruman named nswald Rpani-In- Mr. ryan had first been ap-tration previothly as tPost Officemission'inWashingtonwh-owroteafuly.,










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rsw .iyo ung] w nrouui latu. ediana Republican and mem-pointe counsel of FederalPower solicitor.and assistant sereta rp of r, o 'te a an' ta .T A ra
Ssowi temun".Le h 0 ,ev.1ber since its founding in 1938-as Commission u y President Hooevr, ogricVlture. in the latter job, heerKCMO's radio listings were pu u TAid
er.Itungs1e has" eVRer said. Let's2Lhairmtn. President Eisenhowerback in the 1930's. He hadewa bS supposed andle ndGOP a-shed. Cr C o U get




el la, comb-ne........ rete o.. thees g rontinued Ryan in the chairman beg a federal judgeship after that, but ftI'tage but he felt frustrated tE. v Later hEvans.'.Crown rt an.
A O aman Matusow wants to neip. shipd uring 1953. noneIwas vacant. He was per- cause there was so little tolInsertedfa douible-pa gead inthne e
r'i a.une wco.. #,Uee to maenateA ,,Holdover members of the Board uadd to take the CAB job tern dispens jKansas ity s t, whes re- e nll.
lidi eternal bec, .it;', UmmitLe ques- h Eisenhower's first year were, porarily. Hr stuck to. it for 17 See(Board Member Josh LeeiUPon Evans. a n511
.8 e ,doneu enc-. '.ey asaed te mm asides Ryaimi a Republican lame- earsi also comes from Oklahoma and it moned toii ay
i nd hel obi lt o.... w 9 ,u des re a Chtano su otlong ne had been a m em e n uha' fe e e sr- rumors without is not considered megme ood form s t o ntwho _.uti -rwarned 'a w n
of ek or the quwaon t wo eul ecat ma DakotaDemocratsla ande-duck S W. chprg at gohthmd favor-havCAB'member f the same continue'Cto






thewo la pie card artist-arawy o b ing money Josh Lee of Oklahom u and'I entire was enstehire s be seuan nal-Post at.'. t o OLA h bUP
tI m iL its do ooincain. uneriths..SLL ciat Joseph -P. Ada1tmi,! hreieallyedited' with having put that Lee will be eased out at th Evans I*hu. iehr Too mcs




ou iiteents a y aumee, Ia twas oteshingtton sttecvl raigh v the la st-minute switch by end onf his term, Dec. 31, 1955. t wa
it only bix or Pasvel utumns - adminodtratoi -b Which President Truman reversed Chan Gurney was named CAB cut your adve I e intX Kans cr easgte nmbe hea a










dition To complete the Brjedd usal toet answedBoeard.an waa llowed PToa.wchairmanefor9a i snfosis r nd a
YOUr sa youf Join Lie o ,ummunist dernt Eisenhower nbed arTrh can to'buy American Airlines o.nhunced that the chairmanship threatened -to,.'. taw
r t vot Denny, lamn Gates e duck publIc, overseas routesfor around $28,000, would be rotated annuallytpread in t S r givehnn t a e aid
qualitieslthathou -ongressman from PnisnsylvaniOt It had been assumed that underaDrug- ach Frayun tuen Kans ic






ithe Cmmnrst rthim an This g ve CAB a GOPmajrity, Actually, President Truman was the cairmansip rotation plan, compit thed oe e. C us a er o
wt a e atch that combines for the first time. t t cat eruaded t t u approve this deal by Harer Dey would be named o are s te
AmsATtEaiNmmeA edearn Color on dressure-fromdTexasnDemocrats. to 'head CAB for 1955. But Chan Evntally the sJoual-d wai e h a ca
on yourwAstIe atutellsh tat eencks reisedonuthegoiu(indtotake on a more political aspect. I Ryan's role' is that he was called Gurney served as acting chair. fTo utof-busins er'in tmore'heartda






e im an ert iath e There was direct intercession i, t r eomadn to the White House to write th n until March 1whenPresi, Relig'eNewspapeeompe.
'.mr t3AAho Bsaid ther m of theic aimr.nit w ont heIe edeit. AroAe rc a oo
ee th el egan t4id ae nt e y t sa y did t he 'y Sec eta ytoIn- o efe c h eAncBh% o-. a o
fIordotre useto a rty a t heg rou ndf tI u-osed to have cleared him of the CAB for A term end'ng Dec.group of children s -'tor1,testi- v a i














Ion ICS parth a rty kn W es tuoww d Cio 'ec- c* tasr . Sut me [ tond that en he in serte a l Dir. odaman asra. principal
atie8lequestin ite wour M at smw f owMurrap,-Jr., now'. y irregul:ities on CAB. 31, 1955. Rizley was sworn in as t







lw oatI e uo ste on sA ueg 6 hissres d min the end, appar a CAB member the same day he ad in the Catholic Digest he was sp ae alt1 ann t
loInhe past two years, out of 40 ently, was his refusal to fire civil vials designated chairman. Gurney called down to the Star and there- lugoof tI] h N







Senet e th e. r decisions handed down y-service technicians and CAB continues as a Board member after discontinued his advertising ic a y ea


on ientn Gro A there ts u have been 10 thr' rtmnt-heads.s that they could Thus has deterioration set iI ts
IN POLITICS-Carol Luding- t te o aus Democratic republican II n e cans. To date the GOP has land-kickin it around as a i we were getting in the Kansas City Headhlm ro
dAtion to thear- P"gol.,WOIO, Tbey asked Jencks, a warlveter.- WeekyrNwsprmk
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WASHINGTON, March I (UP) her to say she had been a Cornm
-Mrs. Marie Natvlag turnab out munist. --
government witness was Indicted Other counts accusing her of -
Sy a federal grand jury yesterday lying about meetings with FCC .- .
'a charges of lying when she ac- 'swyers and with 1BI agent Ed-
lutased Federa' Communicat i o n s ward J. Powers of Miami.
olunmsion attorneys of forcing The indictment charged Mr s. I
&er to give aIlse testimony. I Narvig portrayed herself at t h e
a, The gra v-haired, 51-year-o I d meetings as a former Communist.
Viami Beach divorcee was t he She said last month she made no
cove nment's star witness for a such statements.
B e In stormy FCC hearings on FCC hearing examiner Herbert
cn.rgcs that publisher-broadcast- A. Shaefman, who once c a I I ed
N'r Edward 0. Lamb once asso- Mrs. Natvig an "Incredible wit. O
elated with Conmunists. ;.ess," announced, meantime, he
4 The grand. ty's nine-count will hear arguments March 16 on
Serjury indi.t L stemmed from a move by Wiamb's attorney to end
he about-face testimony Mr s. the lengthy FCC hearings.
atvig gase lai uMonth when she The Justice Department also
suddenly accused FCC attorneys has asked for the transcript of the
*"brain-waubing" uan "coere. lestimorsy of Lowell Watson, a /I
her int6 giving talf testimo- second goveromeot witness In the
' against Lamb. Lamb case who did a turnabout.
' S e sAid "only an idiot" would No grand jury investigation has
IRve bchevdO her original charge been ordered as yet.
Vs. Watson, an avowed ex-Commu- '
S convicted on afl nine counts. nlst and former Justice Depart- *
.-'ho faces a maximum sentence of meant consult-int swore he was
' years in prisonn and a $45,000 coached by FCC attorneys to give
i n,. false testimony against Lamb. Ow., "m*, gMes.... A
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ony at the FCC hearings last
Xtlober tinkg Lamb wita Red I EMrE IUO I Gives "What's good for insomnia?"
"ativitles. The FCC ordered the -im wt s_
ibearings in connection with' L |
iaLamb's applictlonu dr renewal of: n Boa nM heavily populated Britain, two careful enough for a statesman
n FCC license for television sta. -- or three hydrogen bombs will be and not sober enough for a man
Iben WIOU, Erie,' Pa. k n j. *' enough." of affairs," Ehrenburg said.
* When the hoaringsresu med To Bdlan &f US The Communist )ournalist said
;-eb. 9, Mrs. Nati did an about- I "a .,ral days ago Churchill Leading representatives of the
fce. Sho charged 'FCC attorneys MOSCOW March q lJ', -made a speech demanding nu- Russlan Orthodox Church, Soviet
4 alter Powe Jr, Jose Kittner, oviet writer Ilya Ehrenburc to- clear weapons. Moslems and evangelical Bap.
Sothers coerced" r int 0daywarned Greatl 1ritl n ..itL "I am not going to argue a- tists called for support of other.
g "ale tetimony. ree hydroenom' against his views from the hu- of their faith abroad to join
se waidntshe told retract her state vould be enough to wipe out the manitarian point of view. I only In a proclamation against atom-
Wiis again Lamb.e densely populated island nation want to say his words were not ic weapons.
On' one occasion, she said, K. tt In" a.nucear war.
''" Irstn ,r haccused her oif9 Ehrenburg s r e m a r. s were .
told her she would be prose- Ehrenburg' re rma rks were

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hea they put her on the stand ticularly ripe targets for nuclear New Orleans Service Arriver,
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term which version of Mrs. warned the United States it, too,
testimonyy was correct. !is a prime target for Russian H- *S.S. "MORAZAN" ..............................March 12
dly that she lied in bombs. 8.8. "LOVLAND" ...............................March 16
Sacount of what pass., hrenburg spelled out the *.SL. *nIBUERA8" ............................March 19
between her and government danger to Britain in his Peace 8.8. 4YAQ ................................arch 26 I
ais prior to her original ap- Committee appearance today. .-b.. "L. f. CARL" .............................March 27
S"Frankly I haven't counted *S.S. "MORAZAN" ...............................April 2
-I* rst c'Jnit accused her of how many atom bombs we have S.S. "MABELLA" ................................April 7
JiUnwhe o she charged she was or how many the Americans *.. "HIBUERA" .............................April 9
Uie dc" by Fowell now in pri- have."hesaid. 8..- "AGGERSBORG" ...........................April 12
b I business. r d ifth Mr. Otturchill..
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i .Mm -. b. ,ht- ,b-- -f--- Wr. .o .pe Read M at 4:t .ha h I*n ..n .. .
.--lems inst--e o f -oL,-..- resentme s s e t fra a nou he I s o
his teen knowit .r mother woul4 have athe l of G .. .exst g hen a woman so pu
Lu g r La on'tplalrtng that 'ade them feeT shab e for their *" by Prlgey e day seem .. Jct S d
ns has made hoeer the lack qf charity y sang to t hem a 0d ourt 7hap nr of the dr e y ed m e m s ih
'butt ofe ptaous curiosity to "Who do you think you are to Giospel' a coL-ting o St. Mtthw1 .; e e T l "l"l "e tie wot h' I ,-,
l. t dns 0o tsee cat ue irso -w of user I et a ean, a n nad less with .ose wh o' mean

an brrt theater rd ms ay su estl as not h ee mdernd es r s.t "a theh yi t hi1 al "important" .
a;EH-I ittin, < Othe1iste. Whexwoul perading eeve ya ce h but not the easo en t *?ea tod gureyuvhret lf' p1 but
hlongerw t d abou f unfat l No bThne rah re n fort and self chieduti se
their resentment. "wife" can forgive such s 0 "hum iandulsne; the lust for fame and a Se i's pit fe w ua first.
.'wstth ho n't pretend ow h i and.- To do tat we have to dis popu arity the lust 'for power d .ras s |
et m nhrcard the labels..We have .to 'oapitopi Iopiand selfw which igav pride ap vlc F t'" d"e ha "
s6tuat4 re entakent a wou ld be feeling in mited ife" and tie. They not bei nor end l e. t.o eos a. little more ,
di eh't take i t into a ccounte in bigger ones. e have to begn long ago. They came to Him be- aypaf sne has mana t
.an bt e ew dangerous as any un- to see a fellow creature Instad of cue He wies human, and heY Bi ar. To look fa the admirable
bton of e an current that deflectys la Rapie n uay urev toi G'osfege and biset i uts for V just the jdresi ger hulb ro i andes a i
t coul "ejp Mr. R. dfisEoi arirso, ec alwa' f I dreeg and relaUve s and fvlCpds in- l
ted _i" e hu nd .a"'miske growth upon aus. sooner ori -l Wa a the secret of the vic- stand of r concentrai ag on. tll r .Spc Ul t jdE
4^x that any 1uh as fo dmeappreciationl o ty. bet wha t our labels guar- tory Jesus won, which we do not Tupt C an K
at would utee each other and what the w ays win? Personally believe was nt on
.Ibe owing how 0ouman bpetag who wear t lr can have always believed, tht this ovn y t6o herself cret. dit for
Ishe re him of the gl each other was no mok battle whose oe te ll she a fcc e, intea4 of,
suffer n te a ruei she woud Until that tune we waste mpeh corne w| foreordained. This was I use .
R.tsim ir sen tbeause ug-a. a d t .th r e
,in b .pes on s eca ri. "hu sban." Tes forte varn ss a littheo i e',,t

Point 1., moved on our planet. It was be- n N.O. P&5q -ssla4
ay little,^ Otheriu se ,t sh oa thl tto-", a slwj n on th e tubof grabedtd'.b a ,.- soth at g _.o. ,wo
'PeacS' Negotiator t-he of Jesus.he t heu, eand urse of ota.o in ,, .s "Iti" M "
TO TO i -,re Use S.Ia MIeabels e 1 Jesus was not to know God ond sometp aalout the on Frech brat I
-tua h wo -D n' huId o be feeetTOn iy n mrdnd -wf-(U P)e- a nd fa ith He was also to know prove .a d m ne i her maind not Te s S .
quPrime Ifu ser Idilro Hatoyama i d ter Him la the lw moment of lone to worry about things sheb'o.or
today Ly L tAm Ita his personal foreign e on. a vo l b inoess nd temptation: and the .
obe. Japean's nerU astanreny dtle flehigh moment of His baptism luatengOsid ofeo Send u a con ,t.
I gdte In charge peace' nsgo- F e no toea.,l on to tis sell as into the low moment of- Hcott. ,+'
atI t....,.rlmanl.d. no t is tem tatlo.. For without the FISr.t Ambassadori
Foreign Mini.teil Mamo ru. l- a cl d o ee se col nd is messab e to this world .' .- Drks ci ed from .
,tlh ting wit the bh" d rivete toid fend store troug }f [ounk 3


S i until ap roved by old its monthly in at the nd then ea one of' us ust go be u la r-
4the new iabinet-to formtbed tPOE w Lodre N lo. 141 on La into the wildesnesw to "fight it awdo r to Red China, it was learn- Sundaes-all flavors,
to this mont egemirtsu's pa Boca Road gursday evening, w out." That is how We build ou u r ed here yesterday c
.Ir, va I madeIi the decision final, strength strength far our souls Yug slava withdrew Its diplo-FT
el-abl sources mtia. fResferve Ofihert s Me.sg -during to e tim es o f, testing, dur. n tic recognition of Nationall t .
Sugh a. forer bureau dirc The Capt. Leo A. Mcntyre Ch ng the time confict. Tempt China and recognized Red h
or In the Foreigt Office, has beenmein Reserve Officers Associa on tion is always a real crisIs 1 or more than five yehrs ago. but it RE AQRA
Ec.consulted cloie by Batoyama in will hold a Chapter meeting on each of us, for It marks a direc- was pot until two ,znonth o a
AMB E ERJ tr for his o sof co-existence March 15 at 2100 hours at the Ar tho according ta the way we that Peking replaced to th an- Forfrly e flead head
a the'Mititary Police practice their Mambo Actu for the Aniador Follies. The third rev with at ani t my-Navy, Club, Fort Amadvor. meet it. It spells defeat or victP n ourcemeit and the two cbun- Calle 3. 3.
edition eClthe- itllles e is scheduled for presentation at the Policeman' Bal Friay evening. Moha


e G s be ra ,talent di eter* to ho r a d e pon t I E s moved an ourplaSnet. It wa Is
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tol .ate e rovnfo 2-ne27ale mid-eilrb Fairchild was also, sa movig eky Daid McDonald, then ser- .y Ao eu n ,o I I' I0I '
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7 Street No 13
MORRISON
..I' of July Ave. A J St.


FOTO DOMY
Justo Arosemena Ave. and 33 St.


LOURDES PHARMACY
iz La Carraasfu
CASA ZALDO
CeF 'al Ave. 4U
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
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FARMACIA LOMBARDO
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Agencia Internal. do PI 'uIlbamones
45 C.entrl Ave.
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to Zeep blgr Lw.
d Grden Beutifl
During the Dry season.
Tools
lose
Insecticides
Sprayers
Wheelbarrows
Ecooo Soil Spray
S.Fertilizers
.rinklers5
w Fungicides

GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140


FOR SILE

FOR Ali -Nburner gas stove.
excellent condition. Coill 2-1259
office., hours.
FOR SALE. Upholstered ma-
hopany living room set. like new,
$120; six upholstered mahogany
chairs $4 each; baby high choir
$5. Cell Cristobal 3-3220.'
FOR SALE. Set of 6 yellow
plastic chairs with 2 mahogany
endc tables & coffee table, $150;
plastic dlvenplr with 2 match-
ing chairs, $65;'hemp na;.'Mfblla9
lamps. ..Phone 84-503,. tr'.
185, Fort K bbe.'
FOR SALE:-Metal extension ta-
ble dny 4 chairs, mahogany
wardrobe with mirrors, car heat-
er 718-A El Prado. Bblboa. 2-
344a.


FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1948 Oldsmobire
Coupe, hydramatic and radio.
Call Balboa 2923.

FOR SALE:- 1952 Pontioc 2-
door Sedan $1100. Phone 86-
2227, after 3.30. 86-6120

FOR SALE --1951 Ford Victoria,
perfect condition. Owner leaving.
Phone 2-0909.
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth
Fordor sedan, radio, heater, di- '
rectionals. C Iea n throughout.
Reasonably priced. Lt. Liebowttz,
Albrook 3114 or 7114.
FOR SALE:-1952 Singer (Red ,
excellent condition. Call Balboa
2441. Bayano Street 0586-D,
Ancon.

FOR SALE:-1950 Pontiac


MISCELLANEOUS
SHIRTS dry cleaned or laundered
the perfect way. Tropical clean-
ers Via Espaia 830. Tel. 3-
087 1.-Branch 24th St. East. and
Central Avenue. Tel. 2-1346.
VENETIAN BLINDS. Recondi-
tioning service. Motchstick bam-
boo drapes and curtains. Call
Robert Cowes 2-3063 or 3-4904
in the evenings. Products do
Madera, S.A.. 98 Central Ave..
Kodak Building.


TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S.A.-
Packers, shippers, movers. Tele-
phones 2-2451 2-2562.

FOR SALE
Miscellaneous


FOR SALE:-60-cycle generator,
KW 052, Amp. 6.4, 80/100
volts, belt driven by 1-hp. 25-
ruc.l 110/2720 mntnr Phn*i


Streamliner Hydramatic 4 door 5-596 .
"KEE SMILING WITH POSITION WANTED.-20 years sedan. $575. Albrook'723.
HRlO1PACTIC", experience auto parts manage-
I ment. Accounting. General Busi- FOR SALE.-Bees Small apiary
r INR RAA OR ness experience. Llbvd, Box 93, FOR SALE--1952 Dodge truck' with all equipment. Tel. 6-225.
I ROPKUR IAC TORColon. chassis, 1 !'2 tons. Phone 1541
Balboa. FOR SALE: 10 good saddle
'pi"!! GA. duatli> IMC-f-hE- horses. Can be seen ot Panama
*a lrtAve de Tel. L-JJ IJ FOR SALE-1947 Nsh Ambas R.Riding School. Phone 3-0279 be-
1 black from Lux Theltre. V sador Club Coupe. Overdrive, 2- tween 3 and 5 p m.
tone blue. good appearance, good
SLearn Rding at Panama Riding tires, good motor. A good buy at FOR SALE--Purebred Dalmation'
"InsurSchool Rding & Jumping class. $345. Balboa 2-2303. Mr. (Coach dogi puppies, 6 weeks
Ses do.ly 3 to 5 p.m. Phone 3. Badnock, Internal Revenue Of- old. Prices reasonable. House612
Sure Insurance 0279 or by appointment fice DeLesseps. Phone 3-1786.


PD one- P -andW-5 State Claims Ex-Official's Alibi
1 t rd:ys0 :6 to 1:00

anal Zone Dental Piolyclinic L
Dr.C.E.reg D.D.S.r Ph"I In $in City Murder Trial
7 )tture.-brldge wrk---air braslive
General rctiece. BIRMINGlAM. Ala., March. 9-1'Mathews didn't get back unt il the'Democratic primary ruiqoff
Ivol (4 t of July) Ave. No. 21A24 tUP)- The state attempted to close to the time of the murder, last Jane in which the il-starr-
( ppite A sBeeshool playground) show. today that one of ex-Deputy at 9:05 p.m. ed Patterson was nominated.
Telephon e .2-iI-Pawmn. Albert I'ule:s alibi wit n s s e Phenix City Police Chief Pat Ferrell was accused of switch.
S was* having coffee with another of Mihelic, who had also testified for ing 600 Jefferson votes in favor of
_he ac.Iused. stayers and didn'tithe defense, said on state examine. Patterson's opponent, Lee Porter.
.,F 'ylla wherewut.-.Whe0 1tion that he knew of several He is'due to be tired on the mur-
CANAL ZO A S.... rimflgnr Albert Pat person keys and said that Fuller h ad der charge after Fuller.,
4SiiIE1.iTer., stt tepe .First evidence in the voe fraud
e asa attempted to -show trial showed confllictifa fiur
r a alibi, prosecutor Cecil Dea- at Fuller might have used a key for the attorney geMtal's race..
-3 rested. his rebtttal'tvidetce. to slip out of the jail, kill Patter- Edwin Strickland, a reporter
B y lon The defense called for a brief son anal return unnoticed. B u t for the Birmingham News, said
SLM. 3017. excess and said it would again im Mlihelic threw cold water on that the first official vote given for the
'l l ptJleach star state witness C ecil teory by testifying that it re. county was 8,858 votes for Pat-
Padgel.t before the trial ends. quired a second man to trip an person and 23,060 for Porter.
Padgett had testified he saw electric device inside the Jail be. But Ben F Ray, state Demo.
i D ollW Fller ad testifio n aey saw fore anyone could get out. eratic chairman at the time, said
D ro. wPatterson, beard several shot ; While Fuller was on trial In that on June 7 after "considerable
SVII' .aa s-w FUeler fleeing witn a one Jefferson County court here, effort" he obtained a so-called of-
L man be believed to be former Ferrell was on trial in another facial tally giving Patterson 23,
< t .prosecutor Archl erredl, a i su on charges of juggling ballots in M8 and Porter 23.660.
S i accused of the slaying, -ast -- -
S .. It was"the nearest thing to eye- n-A m ericanam
EW YORK. March 9 (UP) 'Lness tesutnony mi tne sbooLLlng; n rc n eam
P ces on the New-. York Stock:that led to an all-out state purge |
Change do d.sharply yester. lusty P'henix Cit, Alaamd *
it, after a a economist IGeor'gia border town where Pat-I I
o aSea1e Faaig com-lerson was 4 well-nown crusad- i.tS -A fter
Sangeaof High Spirits After -
ee ha t sgin e 61-year-o d criine foe was
1Ehat .dowft ounde 0arWaw office |
Tickers fell nine minutes behind!ithy .1afte d nomnina-, I 1 OUSton Aer
L the market nd the last transac-,KonrL u rne general on 1
tia appeared on the tape at 3:45 aplr S -
EST, -15 minutes after the tiy of vi Ion.
IS ong ended the day's trad- t;hief Deputy rrell and By. JOHN COLTON' furious kick then, spurted past

rics dropped in all stock de.I were later indicted for the mur- HOUSTON, Tex., Match 9.-UP) at ,the top of the. bome
tietsr oe falling more than der. Miler WeeSantee, weight' man Etdh. MM.e* lf1hed third.
I IR sare General Dynamics Alabama state trooper George Parry O'Brie and the rest of The times genraly were good
.diddat $99.3,% down $5.63. Beth- Phillips hal testified ior the ae- the 36-man .8. Pan American despite a track slowed by a Mon
e em Steel was down $488 to 'ianse he and Filler were sitting track and field team appeared in day rai.
$ W25;. General motors drop pe d I the jail with several other pet- fine fettle today for the inter- The Soutlwest team's only via-
h iasnd tn tional Businessis ons for some time before andd national competition coming lip torith were wh by Bob Whilden
a isaed at isnortly after te June 1a. staying. next week in Mexico City, of TOMas a 91.5 in the 220
Srig s$ ues alr5r0afts and' Mrs. J. W Oakley, wife of a The Pan-American crew swept yarWl.du td"by the University
Stiwere harest hit. Ismali town newspaper publisher, 12 of 14 events from a picked of HoustojA sprint relay team o
x11l :C testified today, ho we ver, that field of southwest-collegiate star& Doyle JoSD,.&on Boone, Jerry
L hStatement that cracked the teillips told her last tall he didn't before 8,000 fans here last night Beack a riLaXy.*)Brlde in 4
P-m rket was made by John K. know where Fuiller was that in a benefit "warni-up" for the seconds t. n-Am ea
S raith, Harvard professor of.night. "Little Olympics" opening Batur-of Delt, d Richard
a intestimony before the But, Mrs. ey added, Phil-day south of the border. Jack Davisland Willie William
SuCommittee, which p said ne knewo'where Arch rer- Santee and O'Brien made the finished second in 41.4.'
Sm l a "friendly study- of iell was "because he and Mr. most impressive showings as the Perhaps lmst, pleasing
4 ,p Metrse a.,it arreoP were having a cup of cof, team won everything would have surprise for t W Pan Amollpn
Slee at the time ol the murder. won the latter event if Charley team was mtM~ ile
'P albrai ur"ed the government The state bad cross-examlaed Thomas had been able to get turned In byt WrI of
1*uact v d .fo check specula. Phillips before Mrs. Oakley tes- here in time from a late after- California lws fet
inttop it the market takes tlflea and Deason asked him if noon exam at the University of a virus-weat
ither sab apturn. He said he had not stated before the Texas. fleM In the 1
ferences belweeai trial that oe was not with Ful- Santee, the Kansai i th the Whitfielrs w rd
Siny' that of 1929, ler, but wiih Ferrell, the night mineg stride, hpped out a 1:4
Ing thai # lore _also were resem. of the dayag. Phillips said he 53.5 finst carter to win the Other Pan A on tea
blnees. had nott made such a statement.1 mUe in 4:9 In his first out- wlaiers-pceludedf -
tBefore resl its rebuttal, tme tooor okapparnw ofthe season Jack Day who tok, the 120
ObvJ ly what has happened state called, Ave. Oakley's b u to beat his Pap-Am teammate, yardbhigh Turdles in it*seqonda
SG lbraMth dthatif stocks He said e noticed his wife talk- O'Brien ptilledasurprise by yard dash hi 47 a
V1wa- to the current mn with Pillips i Centervall being the mneet'* qply double Williams, who pagh
the Federal Resetve Board the time she mietioned but he bei g heet t de S 5 wo
., ie.ma. .gintOk'besut 'e shot put, with toes of7 flS, who won

wh"o.-at hpenItIb ot .f.1In' che.,a then ups t 9:3;themeL
an asTtrictly cash basis. In arn earlier attack on alibi upset 9 th e m ile
Scegt. i firmingnant homicide detective Go denn tdhe a .was 18 3n La- ad
tock t reacted im Macurdo ask; former !ussel et, -3/4 i ncheswhleO'Br lentw"
1111yf i iiii lV= Oalbraith's state. County Sheniff Ralph Math e wulldame through with a 175-foottla ^with' 14-44*W sw
but there were several oth- Fuller P boss tola him he left to to.grab s *place., i rnie Shelton. who high jup
ero s* hctv. atiacorsing %P Phenix City .ibot 8 p.m. the night 883a1 llltt U ol4 In 65 sec- ad 86took w
1 0 0in "r e.pesxi-m an fie lda u#
lit 'enosa hekoa char at Seal, Ala. Seale as he traled tw -man field agv
soriSy Bf Mf lieAd'uof i a 30-mile round-trip from Phe- that also includedAAU titlehold- lt
IYelia Besral Baerve.taix City. er Bob MeMIlin. ToeW' Hulen .
r a ist tek woaul I n<.m triw testimony) Mathews Hale was the PC5tter at the M.
st lthe Sa trip ant thus *a to return. half in 3 :1* MeMlln was at
lead rIO tQt4V9 a st - to return the bead of tbhe p k In 3:14 a -
29 g tVAp the jail a cd pwae Fuller there they started the flal lap witn -
p W h St. N Mbe a inIder. The Dwyer and Iustee close behind. .
)Aiite Wa# *nagto show that Sates opened up with his


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WESORTS
dqif^'rnens ~for rent at
st~Ua one Balboa 3681


Furnished houses..
.Santo Clara. Tole-
PSON Bolboa 1772. -
aniide co ttages,..
., Box 435, Bolboa.
n6M 3-1877, Critto-


Spnta Clara Beach
Modern convenlendes,
M Phone Gamboa


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FOSG CTT AGES, one mile
ftM'ij ara. Low rates.--
P -.ilb~a 1866.
WIlW>& Santo Clara Beach.
Coett"@-#-rckgas, retrigeratlon,
2- biobeo. Phone Balboa 3050.

^OR RENT
S Bouses


FOR, f ENT:--Chalet one bed-
room_, living-dining room, kitch-
en, on, Generoi Jose de San Mar-
tin ', 6, downstairs.


FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT: Small room and
boah,,- private entrance. Phone
Panama 3-3967.


FO RENT: Best located fur-
nished room. Splendid for couple.
All modern conveniences. No. 13
43rd Street.
FOR RENT:-Room to responsi-
ble bachelor. Jose Francisco de
la Osso Avenue No. 30, Apt. 4.

LOST & FOUND
LOST:-Red and white hound,
vicinity Cocoli. Mole. Call Balboa
3214.

WANTED
Apartments
URGENT--Amkerican family, no
children & pets would like mod, '
. ern two-bedroom apartment on
second floor of two-story apart-
ment house near El Panama Ho-
6.-1 DL,--- -- 6.A. I --...-


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2beE~pss, h~mL
Passomp a-.w f.


FOR ENT:--Fumished end-un-
furlshed 21 and 4-raom'rmden
aoartmwets. Corntdt Alhamtbr :
A l nts, 10th S.trW, Phoar.
136'6op. ^


FOR RENT: -tFumirnlid o@rt .
ment 'grtoun.for h.Z bedroomn
ve.i'pac "plig space. In-
spected, low rent 43rd Street
'No. 1-91..


SFOR RENT: Cnc retprr.modern',
specious-1-bedroom- apartments .
morn steit e. eblo.Nvo. Phone.
2-34 ,uaimss hot".
FOR. RNTP -. Mder aport-
" ment l El GZmvriso, Recently
plped.? '2 U .dmorf01.ht water.
araga. "D" -Strt-# 8,- Inquire
Apertrnf 4
FOR'riET.: -CbAl. comfaotable~s
aon-bIdroom ap trtmeat, suitable
for coupjF ot smna.ifamilly. Calle
Dor i'. No, 7.-Apply. Phone 2-
1455, 813G-.11:30 e.m., 2-4
p.m.rk, .. *


FOR RP;. sffl(hpd opert.
SmentattArisarA n neIghbors.
Moderate fEnt.- 'rt inf oarns'-
*portation. Phoqne.3471 i


FOR SALE


S Real Estate


FOR SALE:-Special bargain be-
cause must sell- Approximately
8500. sduare yards of good land
with fruit trees and two homes.
A large concrete house furnish-
ed & ready for occupancy. Three
bedrooms, living room. dining
room, sitting room, two toilets.
pantry and kitchen with refriger-
ator, stove, etc. and a small
three-room house-excellent as
guest house or for servants. Must
be seen to be appreciated. Lo-
cated nine mHes from Colon. See
it arid make me an offer. Call
Panama 3-1287' and make on
appointment.


FOR SALE:-,aidIVi'dual .or group
investment. Landscaped and fur-
nished Sant Clara Beach road
quickly R.nlk. ianc


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WAMF


WAnI m: un iumMr. 4"
seeG., p eh, .
Belle VMist, iM
* AIaf er El -
IA Alff et K l w 91 ll amb llrtblo

FOR SALE
Motorcycles


FOR" ,E: -ILS.A. Star Twin,
590c.c.. good condition,,new tires
$315, 743-8 Enterprise Place or
phone 2-4219.


FOR SALE:- Two motoreyclees
for the price of one $350: .S.A.
Gold Stor "500" $250; B S.A.
"25'". $150. Both in excellent
running condition. Leaving.
Payne, Albrook 235-B, Phone
2238.
FOR SALE: Ariel 500. very
good condition, $275. 2-1291.
5341-C Dioblo Heights, after 4
p.m.

WANTED
Miscellanebu.


WANTED:-Swivel chair for ex-
ecutive desk. Phone 3-0599.


plumpin c

tons, 'itOJaJ
contact Mr. A
rea,-Phone 3,6


etlons. "*t.," my
cdme Garf C
6168.


Boat &'M ,,.


FOR SALE: IntmIoflon -1 f
satiboat, 24-ft. lAg. Nieryw "
nylon and orion sails, ojf Ph
2923. -
FOR SALN: P.-, ba. d
15x64" 6"NEW, ,o r.C.
Carter.. Phone 2-1 S 1D 4130
to 6 p.m. Housq.., ,
Ancon, C.Z. .

Position Off0e


WANTED: Sqate ingeaf for
club. Good opportunity for inter-
ested persons. Poarilitir mitftue
Store, No. 27.10 Cintrt'Ave.


Second Fort Dix Soldier

Dies From MeningococCeeMla
-0-


WASHINGTON, March 9 (UP) tee in charge of the inquiry, totM
-Pvt. Richard A. Robinson, one a reporter that men at Fort Dir
of three soldiers stricken with a and their relatives .ean. 're asr
deadly blood disease at Fort Dix, sure "''the situation "is g-gu t.-'
N. J., died yesterday at Walter bt explored : ... .
Reed Army Hospital. Hebert said. ,
Robinson's death, the second in dress l*arings- J
two weeks, was reported as a con- pending- on What the
gressional, investigator arrived at reports. He refused all fu
Fort Dix to look into general comments pending e port 4t
health conditions at the big mill- the investigation. -
tary camp. Meanwhile. Army uthorit ie
The 21-year-old Norwell, Mass., invited to parents 'an fiances of
soldier was "brought abre from Winrib to assist in the inspector
Fort Dix. last. Fi. ldai f I.t'Y genna"ne' ima.tialm-- ,--r.mtr
ment of. mebhigocoeeemia, a .ir o .alleged' mis aemtet before
searse akin to mihlngiUs. It 'l- ,isfd'eth. '
ready head caused the death of Weinrib had written his par,
Pvt. Irwin Weinrib of Far Rock- ents and his sweethear, M sa
away, N. Y Barbara Binrbadh, complain ing


tel. Pane or write Ir. Laverig0 "_.... 08_____v__._v_ _
2-0772, Apartado 1174. P"lg- The third victim, Pvt. Michael of conditions.
ma. T. Danza of Bronx N Y b Fort Dix 'authorities -said sulfa;
fC Ci .e criticanly- in, last Y.be !:ozene tablets distributed to perA
me.--- Aircraft Carrier eanecritUcallytill last'week. sonel at e a na
WANTED:-One or 2-bedroom Robinson, who was s t r i c ken sonnel last week were admunr
furnished apartment. Immediate- To kB N med March 2, wis brought to Walter tered solely a ry
I Newly arrived U.S. couple, No 0 R Named Reed because it had better faci- measure. They said there -way, n
p is. Call 3-6245 business hours d cities than the Fort Dix Hospital epidemic or "cause for alarm.
or 3-1660, room "733. nights Independence He was the son of Mrs. M abe l The disease can be transmitted
Robinson of Norwell and Howard through breathing 61 such facilI-
WASHINGT"ON March 9 (UP) Robinson, Rockland, Mass. ties. as water cooler It la not at
Manufacturer Sees -The fourth aircraft carrier of Sixty seven cases of various highly contagious as many male-
the Forrestal Class will be named forms of meningitis have been re, ales, such as measle or scarlet
Japanese Cotton the Independence and construe. ported at the post since October, fever, medical authoriUes aaid.
lion will stall, this summer at the 1953, the Army said. Sulfa drugs
As Threat To US Brooklyn N. Y. Nay Shipyard, were administered to some 40,000 DEMER
Navy Secretzry Chares S. Tho-Arm and tviian personnel aft- I DEBB t
NEW ORLEANS. March 9 (UP) as said today. er the three meningococce m i a C NO (P -
-The Japanese cotton industry cases were diagnosed. CONCORD, N. H. (UP)
pses the most serious threat to The 60,000-ton. vessel will4 cost; Robert W. Smart, chief counsel 'he deer Louis Gegory -of.X ena
united States cotton business, a about $189311000. for the House Armel Services bagged this yearwasn't too big,
prominent New York cotton man- ( committee. said investigator Ed 10C pounds. But itkept his- roe
ufacturer said today. The Navy said the ship's sped ward T Fojo was sent to Fort '.rd intact. AciordiOg to sotat
SDonal Tan-sill, president of M. will exceed 30 knots and it will Dix to look over the situation records, Gregory tookipp the sport,
SLowenstein and Sons, said "our be able to carry more than 100 there. of hunting 52 years and- tce
industry is not against importing planes of the heavier and faster Rep. F. Edward Hebert (D-La.), has shot one deer each yer Since
foreign cotton. But we feel a jet types. Icnairman of a special subcommit- then.
souna economy first rests on in-
suring the American companies
of sales and then other c o u n-
tries." '
Tansill told members of -the
- New Orleans Society for the Ad- .
1 vancement of Management that .
- United Staltes cotton men cannot
,y >umpete with Japanese merchan-
f disc because pf the lower wags
r jaid in Japan.

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others. Alan and Robert.
TYw child's father, Robert. Is
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." l 8 Predsduel Forced"
..NEA Food and Markets Editor
mITo Resign, Says ow that pork cho rices are
Sh UP) ene rer the average, ut, let's
eCHICAGO, e ceh 9 (UP) -t considerth em for Sunday dinner.
Z. W. Endter charged today he Beth Bailey McLean and Thora
was "forced" to re sgnlas rest- ampbell, both hicago home
dent of the California Oil CO. economists and authors of "The
because of hims association with Complete Meat Cookbook," have
. -- "ILouis Wolfsoon In the Montgom- some top recipes. Here are two
ery Ward proxy fi ht. you will enjoy:
XTAI LETTER ROUTE: Frosm Endter charge that "outsiad Baked Stuffed Pork Chops
dl a rom interests" brought economic (Yield: 4 rings)
th n/ the'wora toas 1eure to bear on Standard Oil Four rib porkm
thi fard UA* G C e Co. of California. the parent thick), 1 tablespoon topped on-
thl& fasfa t a "oun t company of his firm. ion, Vi cup diced celery, 2 ta-
wndter has been named a can- blespoons fat 2 cups dry bread
A oiu pbe e for the u d w hic didate for director on the Wolf-I crumbs % teaspoon salt, % tea.
O yneOer s r cssio which had son slate. Wolfson seeks control spoon pepper. A i teaspoon sage,
We r takep lace Ifn 12 ars.e e of Montgomery Ward at th.e an- teaspoon poultry seasoning, i
recordedMe sound of some 100,-' nual directors' election next A- cup bouillon or water, salt and
'I0 my firing. w, Iplb 2 pe per
n.to ty w atf e ler.r The former oil company presi- Slit a pocket along the bone
.Ta lek me to t I t water-, dent said he believes Bears, Roe- side of easen chop. Prepare the
front were record e cries C olbert Don Auaechen Ibuck and Co., major competitor. stuffing by browning the onion
Odom h rdBaOd fso lowDel s I of Montgomery Ward, brought 'and celery in the fat and then
tp aore bird and f the lo weddin ws iand over pressure to bear in an effort to combining this with the crumbs,
or a even the m rful ld was voicL progre a and ove r h ave him resign from the Wolf- salt, pepper, sae, pot try sea-
Ing warning. 'Doenotm smof ke, ra he had no evidence of this.. (hop with one fourth of this mix.
Jong Bast*e R"Sincerely. Andre Kostelanet BSwell Avery, Si-year-old board pepper.

DONClub," ABCV): Some L People ven a. gr .liket erdi. rI feel he served the Interests oven (350 degrees F.) 1 hour.
mlNu" ABTV): like me -al vmixedbor rwho,d o .ok surfacewould of Montgomery Ward best In the Uncover and continue baking 30
anmm are l nke ocret. seem ton ave everrythins g plus ld years of our country's denre- minutes to brown. The chops may
permanent set. se pus i. eson, to which his philosophy is oe browned first in a heavycski-
he ---has b uty, grais talent T h b .o.so well geared," Zndter said, let and then baked covered, for
"Bangkok's ounds W . en- and a bap y0 r riaof0s lINCO- npSLAo W "But it is Also react io that 1 hour. Note: Slit may be cut
a Ko J 1- 04u and h RP mariaae of years BOOe ED IN CO-E 1 AING -.William Patrick ell (cen- contuance this ltype of O o r t e o
pletl ent. The buzz and st a. that's a long me i is booked in a New York police station in cton wth in ou de the tet long outer or fat edge. before
on ote gating markets, the to be stn$dlen .) But themes till -the sof An YeTarow. At right is detective John thkng would be the fastest secure with s
r5s t e o ancient t sall tnt Claude eha n e nlHT o road back.to the terrs t .38s baking.
bells, the pec uliar "I wsh I could come hack to compelland at the samtyoim rn pa PocS hos
f sil elephant bells, a d the Broadway," she says.5 compelling InvI 1 to commu. ea nishi h
itmos sound .of a ferry.boat e crUolut.oad etCl ,k cie Yie d:amwhichbreeds on'pes-( :2 serving a)
ide at lghtwhiea Chinese bert Ceaf-t.ontsandee e Parl otlle ai on W asrmdmW WAwhch rees-o dd pr eo
O ps i nght whleaqf Nat ora a cy part
-- e I oind. c P ari h sid ie e e b s ears, oe-. Two pork shoulder chops,
Shave one because ofu tha sty nMe Summ n buck wouldprefer to n ee Avery. n thifaaou I p d),2ta
i ir C I Her u d e of es L.r -- Ward's hasn'trgiven Sears much paprika, teaspoonii
man, is a- rofessor of surgery -- comp ettion in recent years un -dry m stard, 1 tablespoon fat,
Los Aneles WASHINGON, March UP) bright raised the possibility der the present management." s cal onion, 1 ,tablespoon Wor-
Hi "H e can't come East with me," --Senate stock iiarket investiga- the conlflitte may subpea earn-mates 1 tables n auceatsup canned
Claudette says. "And I wouldn't tots said today financiers 'SeWell Jgs records of Midwest s t o c k. e Rub the chops I tb the blended
Oe 3 _ln want to be here that long without Avery and Louis Wolison pr9lpa brokkers to see if they hve men t flour, salt, paprika and mustard.
.. ..- him. So I have to stay in Califor bly will be summoned to testify making unusual profit on te Fry n hot at until brown. S
B .y OSWALD JACOB ax, ~ ,n their 'angry fight over control current bull market.. ,James E. sig ate onion over c hops. Mix sauce. to. li
Written fi r .NEA Service But coming up in a few ears is o oI Montgomery Warde &, Coa ,Day, president o thee Chloago ] x- mtoes andatu and over
Ia. t w t for.. .. dprp.- age re change, VdeJune torodi a t 0y7 .. I chops. cover and ook or bakaJLa
Sesor.j there's a sa Chairman Wilw arn m ht -records withoutu t a o s. pets. ., .a moderate .oven (50 deg es .' I
vi 2 batlcal leave there's ,a way. ~o (D-Ark."of 0Ille DSInlt k AVerychalt ,tMaof ae ery WAIHIqG N. March'9 (P about 40 minutes.o
SAh qe p B53 Claudette Colbert is counting the Committee also said colum Ward wrote the cou m tt e House Judiciary Commit-
I4--,..years until then and hoping that Walter Winchill "most likely" Marc, 1 asking for an investiga. tee today approved a bill desi g- RECEIPTS SHORT
X "1thin1s will work out so she canny will be, called to testify about his tion of Wolfson's efforts to gain nating May as "Loyalty _Day."
S#63 have a sabbatical fling o01 Broad. market tips. All. three WOuld p control of the 717-million-dolar _The measure, sponsored by BARRINGTON, R. I. -(UP)-
WESTo 4D) E At-n amy. pear after current hearings on the mail-order firm. Rep. James E. Van Zandt (R- Barrington post office missed be-
SMeanwhile, she's doing the next booming stock market end March Avery urges the committee to Pa.), proposed the special day as coming first class last year by ai
6 bestthn'. Or hits next 23.hold hearings on a bill by Sen. this country's answer to the tra- few sacks cf mail. It was $107
AQ104075- VJisa4 Ibest.---a signed with CBS- it n A Homer Capehart (R-Ind.)'. The ditional May Day celebrations of short of the $40,000 in receipts
9Q 5'la e 092 s o five live T shows. Two are l bill would require persons buying% the Communists. needed for a first class rating.
A 104 J9872 already finished-roles in "The g~ dtock to gain control of a comp a-
SOUTH Best of Broadway"' productionsofih s efo e ny or soliciting proxies to ma
6 J 10 642 "The Royal Family" and "The' "full disclosure of their Identity
.1* 9 K ... S l/Guardsman.'IThree p rgob" W hIl. hln River and the identity of their adaso .
54 3 ardsinathe network'so il While Ohio Aiverv:.ery sa Wolfson's a t
*Q5 mKax" series. s t-Avery said Wolfons associates
oWest Ner ithes uSenuth of Broadway fruam 125on to 19n ,o K Two da s later Wolfson te e I
1 9 Double Pass 26 before Hollywood called. I.graphed uibbright asking a
Pass 3 4 Pass 4 6 "Ever since," she says, "I've CI7CINNATI, 0., March 9 (P'P chance to testify. He said he want-
Pass Pass Pass bee1 ongig to come back. NatI Thcrest of the flooding Ohio ed to 'dispel the suspiion so con-|
Opening lead-* rally." River rolled steadily downstream ningly raised" by the 81-year-old
pnn .Naturally? 1a~t night, leaving thousands Avery. He accused Avery of try- .
-* -L "Yes, I think so, Once you've temporarily homeless and caus-m in to use the Senate as "a
done it, nothing else quite touches Ing millions of dollars in dam- shield for libel and propaganda."
When the Mixed Pair Champion. s .." ... ge Control of the maigorder cor-
shl. is played in Atlanta dur Of course, being a movie star poration will be determined in a
the first week of December (as has some compensations. It helps Some 2,000 families have been show .- down proxy fight next
part of the national championshi with flat tires. The star loves the evacuated in- Ohfb, West Virgi- Moonth m .
tournamentt, most of the men illrbeautiful island of Jamaica and nia, Kentucky and Indiana as Winehell said Sunday night he
give their partners last-minute -in once was driving across the lush the river and its tributaries spill- would like to testify on market
atruct.ns. north shore of the -island, when ed out of their banks. tips he has given his television
"Tl to let-me y -the hand if 1she got a flat -tire. Three natives audiences.
p.oible, .they ashy anA the came along dst as she was strug- Col. :. L. Persons of the Army The committee heard testlmonv u
lades wi usually politely a gree. gling with the operation. T h yEngineers here said total dam- last week that, Amerlean S toc k
Ir.tbs .way tie men indicate r ht recognms d her and changed the age from the flood will reach change officials took action to
they think they as t strong l tire f or her.. "sev e Illon dollars." He prevent losses to stock buyers aft-. ioo
of the partnershilk and the .t she'd change it hereadf ua the estimate, however, tr one of WmeheWs titps. bOn an- J' ,.
m uslite that they are born exchie for a fdway rt.lf u ltg onte there is "not hingother i, th .stock 'nc ite d y TI flvOrl e
like t - r .way UHke said Winchel took a loss After first
No such instructions are iSded shigi' lkk GIFT there, was |a geood. deal of scat- goe higer.
Sin -ave a -t m.th lt dam e" In his testimony h today D y, ay Ocef o and smooth.- ths tongy
when the female half of th plt- (AMG TMAT should ibe te met conceded members. of bi s Clca.- led with crisp vegetable g rni sh
Equal p an aenhip is the rule I o pn o f the '55 Brad. A itevised forecast said the go~ Exchangc are "doing fairly SOt.W I envelp m favoredd g M li
the case of Mr. and Mr. aul sy/easo. 401,I's true-. Th Ohi Rver will hit a e41.5 ft well" on commissions 'dthey a in % c. waters ot inh double botler.
tage of A r. a n s. ow has everything a musical crest here early Thursday, thenicalve on the purchase and sae
R of Abilene,I. an x .rIS h ou .rV **dm sd b.gcrest here erly Thu rsday, then ...... .l.rt Combine I c. party-flavor Kroft
Sr c pon The e mtdy, good talent, goodl e e Ashland, Ky., 130 miles up said the committee may subpoena MayoNn1a0e, 'Ac. lemonMluOe.Add Uc.
6o rrmi.ecn eac e Name of # I Veai an ot jt river f ', .S feetttherecords. diced celery,%c. dicedgreendppa,
ose1 19, am In the play off k-ove -e-12.3et While the Issue has not& arisen a d ha s ae r

dn fon d y wt te d fl le, eak baund. ,, ed ." Catlettsburg re have been past charges that Add gelatin, mkix highly. Chil ui,
lperwon in dummy with the some, d ags wel And. as mical hat lets some brokers encourage investors fins. (Chill In a fsh-mold for a -bspeci,

both. d. era would darts w al n d, nwill be G ce n waterbound there. Day told the cmmimtt~e he does lea e and Krof Mayoeimase-no other

th nx led o clu from the m .The river stood it 35.3 feet at tec. prices gnecraaey quoalo leoniquelilsporty ever. I
mypofwa esdemrh ouce-u r. A He also sud it Is always sll- @cd-h MStC




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GETTING ACUAINTED-Whiskers, a Surrey, England.. cat,. ,
shrinks a little from the friendly gestures of Violet, the cowm But;
if Whiskels knows which side her bread is buttered on, sbhe' "
soon buddy up to the source of her favorite drink. ..

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THEATERS TONIGHT! I


BALBOA t`la 8:20
Afr C.ittUoum
Gete KELLY
Leslie CARON
"An American In Paris"
Thurs. "THE RON GLOVE"

MARGARITA 6:15 7:50
Dennis O'KrWE
Margaret SHERIDAN
"THE DIAMOND WIZARD"
Thurs. "HAS ANYBODY SEEN
MY GAL"
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Glaris GRAHAM9
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Glenn FORD
Gloria GRAHAM
"HUMAN DESIRE"
Thurs. "Daffy *I 5Iu Quetian"


PARAISO i:15 7:55 LA BOCA 6:15 7:4
"LA MALQUERIDA" "Casanova's Big Night"


SANTA CRUZ 6:15. :10 CAMP BIERD 6:15 -7:
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Jean SIMMONS

Merle OBERON
Michael RENNIE


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By FRED DOWN I1 lit 1e LiaS
NEW YORK, March 9 (UP)-Marty Marion,
who's been accused of being "too soft" to be a suc- (UP Rul Macias f oMexico
cessful big league manager, demonstrated today and Chamrern Songkitrat, of
that he'll tolerate no nonsense in his bid to lead the Thailand apair of little men
Chicago White Sox to their first pennant since 1919. moth crowds in their homeland,
S.meet in a 12-round bout tonight
The quiet-spoken former "Mr. concrete wall chasing a 376-foot at the Cow Palace for the NBA
Shorstop" cracked down with a drive by Ted Lepclo. Olson was version of the world bantam-
$100 finer on Chico Qarrasquel for taken to Sarasota Memorial Hos- weight title.
missing yesterday's workout and pital were X-rays disclosed no
made it plain that more fines fracture. He will be sidelined, The fight, which Is the first
will be levied if necessary. It was however, for several days. Man- world bantam title to-be held
the first disciplinary move of anv ager Bucky Harris insisted the in the States since 1947, ill
kind taken by Marion since he "bonus rule" would work no be televised by CBS starting at
became manager of the White hardships for the Tigers. Harris 10 p.m. (EST). It also is being
Box. expects his "babies" to makes broadcast direct to Mexico and
Earlier In the day, Marion significant contributions to the relayed to Thailand by the
was disappointed when south- team. Harris said he hoped $60,- Voice of America.
paw Billy Pierce was hit hard 000 pitcher Bob Miller would be
in an Intra-squad game al- a starter, that Al Kaline would Maclas, a hard-hitting game-
though the little curveballer be used regularly in the outfield' cock who also dances a sharp
insisted his arm was sound and and that Reno Bertola will be mambo, has been installed as a
shrugged off the performance. a utility infielder. 2-1 favorite over Songkitrat. The
The A. L. champion Cleveland News from other camp:- Thai police lieutenant rushed
Indians, meanwhile were pleased Connie 'Mack will throw out over here on short notice to
to learn that holdout second- the first ball tomorrow when take the fight after Mario D'A-
1aseman Bobby Avila is en route the Pittsburgh Pirates and gata, originally scheduled to
to their Tucson, Ariz., camp. Kansas City Athletics play eight Maclas here, was wounded
Avila, who hit .341 last season, is at Fort Meyers, Fla... tan by a shotgun blast during an
Believed asking for $34,000 but Muslal and eight rookies will argument at Avezzo, Italy.
the-Indians expect him to settle start for the St. Louis Cardl- Promoter Benny Ford, who Ia
for about $32,000 once he reach- nals in their exhibition open- staging the bout with the IBC
4 camp. er with the New York Yankees.
Irrepressible Charley Dressen Manager Paul Richards said said he is expecting the fight to
me up with a prediction that infielder Willie Miranda "will lure 8.500 fanswho will put $35,-
fe Washington Sen at ors have a lot of explaining to do" 000 into the till.
Would have three 20-game when he finally reports at Day- This is peanuts compared with
onruers this year, naming Bob tona Beach, Fla. Miranda is four past turnouts for the same men
orterflelct Mickey McDermott days overdue... Del Ennis tried In Mexico City and Bangkok. A
and Chuck Stobbs as the candl- out hisnew spectacles for the crowd of 60,000 invaded a Mexi-
4tea. None topped 13 wins last first time and hit a three-run co bullring last September to
.n and the Senators have homer in the Philadelphia Phil- watch Macias outpoint Kate
nd ofly two 20-game winners In lies' camp game... Infielder Brooks for the North American
the l yt w 10'years. Vern Morgan's two hits raised bantamweight title. And during
'At Sarasota, Fla., the Boston his average for the Chicago the same month, 61,000 were on
Led Box had a scare when out- Cubs' intra-squad games to a hand in Bangkok as Songkitrat
eldr Carl Olson crashed into blistering .667. rooped a 15-round decision to
~i~dr Car Olsn crahed ntoRaberUt Cohenrof F'rancep for.the


, inklosky, Fogel, Morris

High Pointers In Balboa

Intersquad Track Meet
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.The annual Balboa High School
intersquad meet, held on an in-
dividual basis this year, saw
three men, Jack Winklosky, Rob-
ert _'ogel and Charles Morris tie
.. lor high point man at ten points


S hhlb i f d, rtwo firsts
thff1 .1pw :1'~.09 in high
urdle~ and :23a. in the low
wfdles. Fogel scored In both the
0o and mile run with the times
Sf:19 and 5:17, respectively.
orris gained two firsts in the
eold events, tossing the shot for
distance of 45 ft. 6 Ip., missing
tlu Ih school record by 9 in.
Although his discus toss of 117 ft.
8'ip. was far-short of his usual
dMtance, It was good enough for
His second .first place.
'Iddie NapoleO* and Herb Ray-
bourne. rounding Into shape.
pushed along with 8 points each
Si the 1W yard dash and broad
jump-.
S t Results are P follows:
4 1R yd. H.. Hurdle
,-Jack Winrlosky
3-Robert Greene. Time:, 17.9
A -d 1e N deon

l VonaCl Time: :102.
--R. oel "o
I-M-. DeGroat


3-R. Toothman. Time: 5:17.
440 yd. Dash
1-J. Stevens
2-H. Raybourne
3-1. Perez. Time :22.6.
180 yd. L. Hurdles
1-Jack Winklosky
2--. Hinkle
3-J. DesLondes. Time :22.68.
880 yd. Run
1-R. Fogel
2-8. Schroeder
3-K. Ful'cton. Time 2:19.
220 yd. Dash
1-B. Zmubado
2-B. Rogers
3-J. Stevens. Time 24.5.
Shot Put
1-R. Morris
2-M. Dfennan
3-H. Sorrel. Dist. 45ft. 6 in.
Broad Jump
1-H. Raybourne
2-E. Napoleon
3--. Hinkle. Dist. 19 ft. 91 in.
Pole Vault
1-D. Huff
2-Wmn. Coffey
3-J. Magee. Height 10 ft. 6 in.
Hignh Jump
1-Montovani
2-Huff and Coffey (tie). Height
-2 fti 10 in.
1-Mortis
2-DesLondes
3-Fulton. Dist. 117 ft. 8 In.


PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE Both teams accounted for the
S' /same number of runs as they
Sad Half Standings had hits. The hitting star of the
_" L p... contest was the right fielder
s L'. P e t.' r Boatwright who had' three safe-
rar" 3 0l3 ties, followed closely by Huddles-
Aen cy 3 1 .750 %on who had two hits, one of
S ..f 1 .667 which was his Little League
fot Aml 2 2 .500 home run.
1 3 .250 .
.1414' 0 4 .000 Mike Kllpper was the victim
r A_ _ol Pence.. 5 of the Insurance Lads bats l-
_h ( sc ...... ing up eig ht hits. He pitched
r O. gt'oo.k e..pme Bey- commendable ball until the 4th
uogr cyt okm the measure when the roof caved in and the
tho e By team by. the score Insurance chaps scored five big
to.b. By winning this game runs.
r took a uted iposses-The Police also had abig in-
a game poooa first plW nling when ih tne second they
sent qtsght men to the plate and


Briefs


By United Press
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scored ftr runs. Priester led the
attack for the Junior Coppers
when he had two walks and a
safety.
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Alien, Ib
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vacant title spot.
The bout suffered something
of a knockout itself at the
hands of the California State
Athletic Commission, which re-
fused to io alont with the
NBA In recognizing the fight
as a title affair.
Ford has not advertised thl
fight as being for any title lest
he stir the wrath of the Com-
mission. but NBA President An-
thonv Petronella is in town with
a belt to give to the winner em-
blematic of world supremacy as
far as that organization Is con-
cerned.

On The Alleys..

The League Standings
Teams Won Lost
Termites 45 30
Woodchuckt 43% 31%
Bearcats 43 33
Hot Rods 40% 34%
Buckeyes 37 38
Lucky Five 34 41
Panthers 30 45
Hellcats 29 46
The Panthers of the Pacific
oftePacific


Cerveceria Nacinal Ladies


Panama Invitational Tourney
-0*--


From the brand of golf dis-
played in the ladies recent Inter
Club matches, it would appear
that the same two gals will a-
gain battle each other for the
Cerveceria c h a m pionship at
Gamboa this year.
Both of these gals (Anne Lit-
tle and Cleo Burns) are long off
the tee, consistently in excess bf
200 yards, and their long irons
to the greens are monotonously
accurate. The difference will be,
in the chippin and putting. The
one who has that old toucL.ilL
be the champ, but, Panama has
Sylva Carpenter and Grace Dehn-
linger and Penny Danielle who
have all the strokes, and If they
can get them all working togeth-
er, "Culdado."


Brazos Ruth Lincoln has
bean playing beautiful golf late-
ly-along with Ethel Perantic and
'Pe y. Johnston of Amador. In
addition to the two champion-
ship contenders, Gamboa will
have Connie Bishop, Pearl Trim
Louise Jones, Evelyn Judson and
Mac Askew, all outstanding golf-
es ready to take advantage of
the breaks.
This Cervecerla lacional out-
fit really) knows how to run a
hdam-poMHlp 4tenamem In
addition to the beautiful tro-
phies, the gals will harv their fa-
vorite refreshment on the course
and spot prizes of their products
will be given to the lucky gals
on qualifying days.


Teeny Weeny Tournament


Success: Rated Best Ever


Cosmopolitan Mixed League .
knocked off the league leading o
Termites for 3 big points while I
the Woodchucks took three The recent Teeny Weeny tour- on to the pole with one handI
points from the last place Hell- nament which was concluded and the splash rail with the
cats. With 3 more weeks of Sunday at 6*00 p.m. resulted. other until he could receive some
bowling left this year, the 1. Betsy Haenke-Larget Sil- assistance from "big Babe" who
Woodchucks are within 1% ver Corbing 16% 1bs. took his pole so as not to lose
points of first place. 2. Dane Bishop-Largest Yel- the fish and let Paul scramble
Alleys 1&2 found the Buckeyes low Corbina 20 lbs. aboard on his own.
taking a 2 point victory from 3. Kat. Meissner Largest Saturday night there was a
the Luc ky Five. Marcella Snapper 11% lbs. gala party at La Restinga, given
Thompson knocked out a big 200 4. SFC Russell Thompson y the Chamber of Commerce,
third game and a nice 488 series, Largest Grouper 122% lbs. for all those taking part in the
Marcella received big help from 5. Major Haskins Largest tournament. For diner, there
Swede Nelson's 534. For the Mackerel 6 lbs. was fried plantain, wanton, eam-
Lucky Five, Bob & Iris Waggone, 6. Billie Cude Largest Pom- pahadas, pork, arroz con polio.
were high with 650 and 436 pano 9% lbs. A very delightful time was re-
respectively. 6. Kay. Tallerolo Largest ported by all for which the Pan-
Pompano 9% lbs. ama Chamber of Commerce was
On alleys 3&4 the Woodchucks 7. Charles R. Southwell sincerely thanked.
knocked off the Hellcats for Largest Snook 11% lbs. The ironical part of this fish-
three points. High for the Wood. 8. E. Selaick Largest Jack ing business is that ( some of
chucks were Bud Balcer's 598 90 Ibts. .' those who did not pArticipate
and argie Harvey's 498. Sub Kel- 9. Elmeil Orr Largest Popa- caught, nice fish which would
ly and Virginia Boney were high yallo 6 lbs. have won przcei, had they enter-
for the Hellcats with 515 and 10. Audrey Bishop Largest ed the contest and Paid their
340. Catch by Women 19-1/4 lbe. $5.00 entrance fee, Father Bald-
Alleys 5 & 6 saw the Bearcats 11. Sam Meody Shark 10 lbs. win's son being one, who caught
taking a 2 point victory from Some 30 boats and 130 persons a 21 lbs. corbina. fishing with a
the Hot Rods. Sub Jim Arm- participated. .pe.of the old tim- 'Red" McClellapd near the mine
strong's 574 and Marjorie Hick's ers standlxr w on the dock deck. Also, Colonel Raeiarach
496 were tops for the Bearcats when the boats came n and un- caught two nice pompaio. one
while Andy Hudak and spouse loaded, sated that seeing those of which I am sure would have
Doris were high for the Hot corbina and snapper, grouper, won money had he been in the
Rods with 544 and 427 respec- etc., made him think of the old contest.
lively. days when boats came in loaded. Colonel "Flick" Flickinger re-
One of the amusing incidents ported 68 corbina, Monday night,
On alleys 5 & 8 the Panthers of the tournament was the, from the causeway and literally
gave the Termites a 3 point Sweety Pea' skipper "Dunkin wore his rod out. M/8gt. Hknk
trimming. Doc Anderson lead the Paul Davis." crew fty Bcott, 'Tulrlngton and .his son, report-
way with a 529 and Betty Boyer and' big "Babe- prymer." ~ he ed 32 corbina. oaught off the
with a 4Q4. Ted Schmidt's 607 water jug they had was a gin' caseway .also Monday night. So
and Lt OGunn's 425 went to bottle. It must have had some los like they are-here.
waste. The Termites won all the residue left in It because, tI obel 1). Cromwell the 9ther day
tames with scratch score, but particular eaMe, all ,three were, ioVWed friends a trunk full of
they couldn't overcome the 80 fighting a tiA an' "Duamkin Da- v7ry fne snook Which he had
pin handicap of the Panthers. v" fell over o d. But he Ingl taken near lthfl.oree.


Sam- I


Plummer's mentor, Evelyn
Shockness, to having his boy
take things easy with only a
few rounds of sparring and
Numbering up exercises to keep
him from roingr "stale." Ferdy
Is already as sharp as can be
and further dhapening could
be disastrous.
The semifinal will be a six-
round 135-nound contest be-
tween fast climbing Marelal Mo-
linar and speedy Carlos Wytson.
A six-round "special" pits for-
mer Isthmian featherweight
champion Chocolate II against
Manuel Presctott at 128 pounds
nd Al Ortega takes on AI Ro-
riguez at 135 In the opening
preliminary.

Miami Commilsson

Orders Kid avilan

To HedrinW Friday
MIAMI, Fla., March 9 (UP) -
Another former champion l
having trouble with a boxing
commission.
The Miami Commission has
ordered one-time welterweight
kingz Kid Gavllan and trainer
Mundito Medina to appear at a
hearing on Friday. The Commis-
sion wants to know what Oavi-
Ian and Medina meant by shout-
ing "crooks" and "robbers" after
a recent loss to Hector Constance
at Miami. Gavilan is in New
York training for a March 1fi
Miami bout with Bobby Dykes
The Commission wans it may
call off the fight if *- ex-
chrpm doesn't appear Friday.
Former middleweight chem-
nion Ray Robinson, who was
banned by the Massachusetts
Commission yes t e r d a v. haq
changed the dates of two future
bouts. Robinson will meet John-
nv Lombardo at Cincinnati on
March 29 instead of the 15th.
The March 22 bout with Ted nl-
ia at Milwaukee has b e e n
switched to April 14. Robinson
says he needs more time to re-
cover from a virus infection
which raueed him to dron nut nf
lasit Sativrdav's Poaton fligbt with
neorale Small. That led to Rob-
inann's suspension in Massachu-
setts.


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ST. PETERSBURG The official family of 1the Yankees -
represented here by farm director Lee MacPhall and manager
Casey Stengel, and tomorrow to be reinforced by.'George Wejan-.-
As quite disturbed. The reason for this agitation, which traces to
the Detroit club, may even become a matter for Commissioner
Ford Frick. who is due here Monday.
Not so long ago the New York club signed bonus player Tom-
my Carroll, from St. Albans, L. I., and Notre Dame, to a1three-
year contract, which was accompanied by a gift of $60,000.
Soon thereafter a paragraph in a Detroit sports page bad
John McHale who runs the Tiger farm system wondering If
defection had not been a factor in the Bombers' acquisition of the
18-year-old shortstop, for whom Spike Briggs also had bid B0
grand.
It was pointed out that the day after Carroll had signed with
the Yankees. Ray Garland, Detroit scout in the New York area -
who had been negotiating with Tommy and his dad quit the
Tigers and went with the Bombers.
"There is a terrible Implication in that statement about Gar-
land," MacPhall said to day... "It is true that we hired Garland.
But the Tigers long since had dropped out of the running, If they
ever had been in It. for Carroll.
"Garland was employed by the New Yorkc club .before he took
a job with the Tigers. We felt that we hAd made a mistake In let.
ting him get away, and asked him to tone back- to asipt Paul
Kritchell.
Better Chance With Yanks
"As for Carroll, his father and he had decided that. their
best chance lay with the Yankees. The boy long had been a@ Yan-
kee rooter. The Tigerd have a yopng shortstop In Harvey Kutena,
who may be expected to last for a good many years to come. The
"That is the truth, and the whole truth, about the Garland-
Carroll case and the alleged defection of a scqut."
"Now thee is a daffy charge, If ever there was one in bae-
ball," broke in Casey Stengel. "Carroll never wanted to go wth
any other club but ours. Hank Greenberg, who also sought tihe
kla, told me recently that he bowed out when he realized weld
the inside check. '
"Hank pointed out he'd had no more chance te sign Carroll
than we had to get pitcher Herb Score, who now comes back.to
haunt us with Cleveland. .
."We offered Score plenty of dough. But the boy must hive
been reading those hate-the-Yankees stories and anted no part
of us. He preferred the Indians, and when Greenberg offered $80,-
000. that was that.
"Now, about the Tigers. We thought we'had O itfielder Atr-
line, for a certainty. Johnny Neun, who lives in Baltmore, was in
close touch with Kaline, who also makes his home there.
"One morning we found out that Kalne had signed with the
Tigers. Did we make a holler? No. We had tried, and we had lost
out Judging from Kaline's gradual improvement, we 'nhsedh a
really worthwhile ballplayer."
-0-
Gehrig Chased Hank From Stadium
Wise and calculating bonus players do not clutch at oftdre
indiscriminately. They sometimes make financial sacrif*eqB.in
order to land where they will have the earliest opportunity to
win a regular job.
There was. for one, the celebrated case of Hank Greerberg,
of James Monroe High, Bronk. who first offered himself to the
unappreciative Giants, then talked terms with the eager Yankees,
and finally signed with Tigers.
Hank wanted to come to the Bombers. But, a young giant
named Lou Gehrig was at first base in the Stadium a-H aisn
figured the kid from Columbia would last forever. The BengaU,
on the other hand, were ready for a new first sacker.
As the years -rolled along, Gehrig chased one first baseman
after another out of the Yankee organization. Then caie a Lay
when Lou no longer could go on playing, and the New York club
had to rush a replacement to the bag. It felt that Bab'e Dahlgre.,
the new incumbent, who had failed with the Red Box, .Was 0oily
a stopgap.' *
It was on May 2. 1939. that Gehrig, after having' appeared
in 2130 consecutive contests, had to be lifted out of the New York
lineup, his career at a tragic end. .
The Yankees have been hunting for Lod's prototype ever f ,bqs
and appear likely to go right on hunting Without success. For a
Gehrig, like a Cobb, a Matty, or a Johnson, happens alon only
once in the long lifetime of a club.
Now come Bill Skowron, orre of Purdue. who rndBlve 1 -
S000 to. ai with the.Yankees. Bill is big and pow6 l#bJL|c
the youte CIGeLh A.19M. nogazelle the
around the b. Per ps Skowron truly i te a
York club's og et .,
Who can, te4 5 t t=4 ete kids? Who cian look Into *0er
and their heads? *- ..'

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SGive Tip-Offs AMd Smart Managers Spot Them Immediat


(i'Pa Richards is a throw
a such as John .McGraw,
and Connle Mack," wrote col-
uamast Red smith recently.
This great Baltimore Orio le
Wtn, Wdisets modern 4qy
bk a:l t he athinr of a snes
of six artless. )
By HARRY GRAYON
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.-(NEA)
--Paul, Richards is renowned as
perhaps the most skillful handler
and developer of pitchers.
One of the top secrets of sue.
cessful managing is knotwring when
tf get a pitcher out of there before
someone gets killed. And manag-
ers use many systems to make
the right pitching change at the
right time.
Richards, the new Baltimore
manager, says managers, have a
fool proof system sometimes.
'There are tell-tale signs to-watch
for," he syas
"I have known several pitchers
who let you know yanking time
was at hand merely by starting
to shake the-catcher off. It seem-
eC no matter what the sign, they
didn't want it. Tommy Bridges, 4
line competitor at Detroit, was .alr
ways ready for the shower when
Jhe started shaking his head in the
eighth or ninth inning. .
"Tip-offs range from a pitcher
S OINCSnneris Paul Riehards thinking ot the consistently asking the umpire for
est problem a manager faces--whether to Hit a pitcher or another bad, finding something
Sgad ble and leaves him Ien. (NaA), wrong with te mound, making
.......and leave him (NEA) unnecessary throws to first base
-with the riomeru already holding
close and going nowhere, to iov-
in the outfielders one way or the
other when they already are play-
b~y aing the bitter correctly.
"A colorful pitcher who tele.
.... anl . p d to graphed his tiring was Rube Ben.
W jLLIAMSi trwn, who was with the Giants and
JOE WILLIAMS Redlegs. I caught Rube in his
lest says in Mminneapolis during
the 1932 pennant-inning season.
MIAMI BEACH Because Rltaand LaStarn always seemed to "In the sunset of his career, it
be a class guy, there was something incongruous and distaste- wasn't necessary for the catcher
ful ahout 'the circumstances which surrounded his finish as a to give Rube a sign. The only ef-
kme prize fighter down here the other night. e'm still trying fcctive pitch ie could throw was
to bre suitable metaphornout of a silk hat and skid row for a quick-breakin# overhand curve.
descriptiv ble metaphor' ou"If te opposition started to
des ptive purposes handle Rube' a curve a little
.To begin with, this young man- who was competing for roughly in the seventh or eighth
the world heavyweight championship only a few short ,years ipning, he would invariably t ear
ago was stretched full length, dead to the world, by a Cuban iato hs catcher and say: 'Gimme
Negro not many of us had ever heard of before. Fellow named o chance. Gimme a chance, Call
Julio Medros. for a fast ball once in awhile!'
JuliY Mederos. "Wise old Donie Bush, our man-
Arid although this was just an ordinary run-of-mill promo- ager, would make it a point to
tion, LaStarza's standing as a box-office attraction wasn't even tarry, in the dugout near Rube in
dekmed imhportnt enough to rate him star billing. Instead, he the la innings. Once he heard
was listed ith seven others who comprised an ambiguous offer- this familiar chant, the sign for
tig of "four 10-round, all-star bouts.' another hurler would be relayed
to the bull pen.
Held in 'the spacious Miami Stadium, the promotion was a "Rube Benton would trudge to
u aectawfar ,budl. Fewer than 1500 people shower up. The gate the clubhouse, berating Bush and
Was around $5000. The promoter; an independent operator,.tobk his atcher.
a brutal beating. The "all-stars" split peanuts among them "These signs are important f'or
The. basic theme of Lastarza's finish followed a timeless managers and players to look for
script the name fighter who takes on'a sucker to make ad recognize. defensively a n d
quick touch and runs into unexpected trouble. That's been hap- offensively, they can be tips that
opening to fighters since the Invention of Je sFig. If LaStara may spellangthe difference between
epta infighting, the night inevitably has to come when It winning nls t n big game

FLOIDA AN I st the stuff.
I .... "Rube Walberg pitching great:
S And as a matter of fact, there was ziothing really different or Connie Mack or seve ears,
about LaStarza's finish. It only seemed different because those was working one a*y in hadel,
of us who had learned to respect him were always sure it would phia.'Going into the ninth inning,
be different. Subconsciously, we must have felt that when he Iube held a three-run lead, only
Ir went, it would be with a certain heroic dignity, possibly even a t run into trouble. Mr. Mack sent
sort. of sombre majesty.- l one of his coaching sons. Earle,
But as fate was to have it, Laatarsa could not have pro- to the mound to ask Rube how he
ejected his fareWell again a background that was less distin- felt.
gushed, or that offered so little in material or artistic rewards "Earle did, and the big guy an-
for such a punishing humiliation and mangled ambition. swered: 'I'm all right. '11 stay
It is, of course, inconceivable that LaStaroa will ever fight out here and lose it.'
again. As his manager said after the shambles,, "If he can't "Any manager should appreci-
win this kind of fight I'd like to iee him quit." And previously ate a pitcher with guts enough to
S Charley Norkus and Don Cockell had beaten him. admit he is not quite up to finish-
Apparently LaStarza planned to warm up against Mederos ing. And the pitcher who insists
(a ~5-1 underdog, by the way) preliminary to an active summer Lpon leaving games in late innings
campaign among second-flight heavyweights. for no cause will be too obvious
r In recent months, LtStarza an his brother, Gerry, got to get by with it very long.
themselves sold on ranching in south Florida as a future busi- I "On a really hot day, wlien
ness. The proposed campaign, which began and ended here, was your good pitcher obviously is tir
designed to strengthen the brothers' financial -position. mg and losing his stuff, only the
But it must be clear by now that, if this position is to be unthinking manager leaves him
strengthened, something sturdier than the fighter's chin will on the ropes too long.
have to be used. The chin cracks much to easy these days. "Modern baseball demands that
a winning club have available a
a' real good clutch pitcher for this
R KSspot-a man who can consistently
R"OCKY ROCKS 'EM stop the opposition for an inning
You begi tb realize what a crippling hitter Rocky Marciano or twoimes and do it thre or four
really Is .when yoA see what is left of Lastarza. True, the New times a week"
S Yorker never was exactly top drawer, but he was not too far NEXT: Aost- ballplayers h a v e
removed from the top, at that, until the champion beat him been unable to bunt successfully
up and madehim quit'in their return. siace Abner Doubleday laid o
LaStaria Isa't/50 percent the fighter he was.' Singularly, he the diamond.
isn't gun shy,.the usual fate of Marciano's victims, but something
baR happened to his once superb coordination. Against Mederos
here, he was magnifleeptly .game; but it wasn't the kind of Along The Fairways
gameness that does a fighter any good, seeming to have neither
purpose nor pattern. Golfing Gossip From The
. As to Mederos, he looked like a powerful hitter against La- Amador Ladies
Starza, but then La Starza obviously has nothing left. The The "Low Net On Even Holes"
Cuban had never whipped anyone of even minor consequence tournament last week was won
before. 'th ll he is only 21. If he meets Ezzard Charles, as plan- by:
ned, that4 wYlle time enouh to tell. First Flight: Miriam Glock-
-l'et 31; --ylva Carpe tner-Net 34.
Second Flight: Jerry Taylor-
Net 31; Nellie Peter@on-Net 35.a
Bat~bara Rhodes and Bylva
Carpenter came in with 3Q-putts
to tie for the least- putts. Next
Thursday they will roll off the
tie to see who wins the golf ball.
A "Points" tournament is
scheduled for Ladies Day. A
birdie is worth three points, pn.r
tWo points, apd one point for
bogey. Full handicap will be al-
L lowed. Keep scorE on putts again
There continues to be a good
turn-out for the Thn'sday
morning tournaments. Entry fee
1s 35 cents.


SCongratulations to Oamboa on
*rlin gthe Inter-Club match-
est Also, a big vote of apprela-
to "to mur nwn Amador te'm
for working hard and
well to try to retain the. Y

NEA Cage Picks

kltar Game
NEW YORK -(NRA) Tom-
Qola of La Talk, Dick Ricketts oft
_.'ugne and Marice Stoms oa
St. Francis. named on the NEA
A4Amerles basketball squad, wWl
-gay together whoo the annually
1a4-Weet game takes s at,
taeS quare Gardes, MYd f c hI
CW; :" .t ). da, aft" team eblt#
qu meek 8A me khis esoek KeLoenT sW
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(NEA Telephoto)
BACK IN TIE, SWING With obvious, enjoyment, Btan Musial hits the sawdust pit to practice
sliding into base during workouts at St. Petersburg; Fla. The Cardinals' hitting genius is urg-
ed on by nianagerfEddie Stanky and second baseman Red $choendienst (right).


By TOM GOLA
Written lor NEA Service


(NEA Telep
OVERTHE NET At Vero Beach, Fla., Pee Wee Reese, Bro
Dodger shortstop, hurdles, the tennis net to amuse his
Dorothy (right), and Brooklyn catcher Rube Walker an
wife, Millie (left). Reese and Walker were enjoying last-m
diversion before spring training got underway.


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THAT OLD REALIBLE
'MEAT GUN'
'By WARREN PAGE
ShotUng Ediotr *
I know characters so devoted to
gun-swapping that they'd throw
it their wife's winter coat t o 4 ',
swing A deal-gents with gun col-
lections representative of every-
thing shootable designers o u I d
think of. Yet each, and every one
of 'em has at 'least one' pet shoul-
dqr gun. riflp or shotgun, that
couldn't be pried loose with all the .
gold from Fort Knox.
That's the meat gup. S om e-
Pines Old Reliable is the o n I y *1
weapon they own, a piece so long
handled and shot that it has be- -
come a part of the man. Makes
no difference whether a shooter
owns one musket or 100, really
he's happiest with the one gu n ,M I
that; will con-istently kill for him O n
That he'll, never give up.
In Arkansas last faUl, on e of your eye out-but when he ebai.
the. lads in the duck camp swore "s off deer hunting he sticks to a
by a 16-bore Browining autoloader 65 Mannlicher-Seuoenauer th at
that 'was strictly a vlnage item. has been his supplier of freak
It was chambered short for pie- deer liver for 40,oad years. T kh
crimp shells, as some of the ea.- little bolt gun fits flm-and hiV
Il semi-autos were, had long st)ie of hunting-like an old shoeo
since shed all semblance of blue- and every blemish on the stock I
ing from barrell and receiver. a reminder of a husky buck thab,
The buttstock was bat t e r e d. tan into one of Its 6.5 slugs. ,
knocked clear of any finish, and This chap showed up on t h a
the fore-end was he Ild together range the other day with about
v,iht wire tape. A real oldtimer $500 worth of lightweight custom.
in use, its modified b a r r e I had 'ifle.It was to be, quoth. he, hi S
b Inched carloads of duck-busting new deer rifle. But I'll be $5W,
shells. That the g u n was still that come next November it'll .b
functioning was considerable of the old Mannlicher that is cheeked,
a tribute to the designers and ed out for the hunt. ,
artisans who put it.fogeher. Great thing, f.l" in a Ufu
Would Bu ck .Salmeyer part Without it, you ca~t hit the bro(
with .that Old Trqsty? Not on side of a Lanras#br Coupty bahr
your life. It was his. meat gun, and they're pointed bright r "
and had always been so even With it, you can't possibly
back in the days of the 25-bird Or if you do. It isn't Old Reli
limits. He knew he could kill able's fault And that's u
ducks with it. so why experiment should be. Tie tool or weapon yol
Switch some shiny new-fangled con- have faith in is the musket that
traction you understand and soms to
Goes much the same way with derstand you well enough to malf
rifles. Friend of mine had to wall ui' now an again, for your ha-
in his sun porch tc make rac k man errors.
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I OC4 78 DEFEAT PUMAS -' )Runs be :
Having dfO4iW 1*' W first Thompson, Du lI.Jta, p.l
S Havg oblt irs Sanders, MeOrlf
... Tom Gola inning and being forced out at 2. Two-base hits M, f
third, Corbin McGriff, the Oe- osa, rook. Three-
The summer before I star lot shortstop, came to bat at the Bateman, McGriff, Wills. Home,
sixth grade at the Incarnatio pa top of the third inning and drove rus: McGrif stolen
rochial grammar school in Ph for the circuit to start an upris- Will 2. Left olo
ldelphia, I began playing basket. ing thpt wasn't stopped till the Pumas 10. Bases on ball ;f
ball on an organized basis, Ocelots scored ine ,imes before Loveladyi6; NuAes 2. Sanders
SThis was the work of Father the fire was finaDllput out. Strike-outs by: Lvelady 5; N*
Joseph Belz of that parish, who Not content with the home fez 1; Sanders 8 Hits off Love
S decided to form a school team run, Corbie tripled and singled lady 11 for 14 runs, in 6 nln8 g
and e n t e r it in the Catholic twice to make the complete cir. Nufies I for 0 runs, in 2
Youth Organization League. cult and have a perfect day at Sanders 4 for 0 runs, in 4
Since I was the biggest idd in bat with five for five. nings. Hit by pitcher, by: Cro
class, he made sure I was o ut Orlando Nufiez was the win- McNall (Lovelady); T. Tunning-
for the team and the training I ning' pitcher and Jimmy Love- ham (Nufez). Passed ball: Webs
received at this early age proved lady the loser. Bobby Wills, with 1. Winning pitcher: Sanders (3.,
a big help to me later on. two for three, was the Pumas' 2). Losing pitcher: Lovelady
Father Belz started rig h t in batting star. (4-2). Umpires: Mohl-Diu. Time
with the basic things and by the Today the Macaws will face 1:35.
time I entered high school, I had the Palomas and should be well
Sa good background. It w as a rested for this game. Jerry Dur- ___
pretty good break to come across fee the catching call for the
some teacing'such as this. Macaws. For the Palomas, it
looks like Georget Barbler to
pitch and Johnny Snodgrass to
Lit tldo-the catching.
Little League The box score:
OCELOTS
TLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE Players abr h a QUESTION: If a p I a y r as
ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE McOrff, as 5:-2 5s s 0 0y
f McQriff, s '5 0Team A pushE.s a player on Team
League St ending 2nd Half Tubbs, cf 0 0O0 Bbefore a jump ball starts the
Won Lost Schoch, cf, c 2 0 0 6 0 half, is it a fou what hap.
Mutual of Omaha .... 2 0 Bateman, c, cf 3 2 2 3 Qen to the ball?-- vals.
Coco Solo ............. 2 0 Nuflez, p,b 4 2 0 3 2 Answr: It is a e l
Police Pals ............ 2 1 Crook, rf 3 2 2 00 but Team B does et Et pame
Coco Sollto ............ 1 1 Halvosa, 3b 3 1 2 1 slon at midcourt. Each haf maut
; Coca Cola ............. 0 2 Thompson, if,2b 2 0 1 tart with a ump ball.
Little Mottas .......... 0 3 DuBols, Ib, If 1 1 0 3 1 Q. In instructing a player on
cNall, 1 0 000 shooting, is there any ask
The Little Mottas dropped Morris, 2b 1 0 0 0 0 totellhim?-ene Devine.
their eighth straight game as x-Laatz 1 1 1 0 0 A. Get eme styleeosheeag aud
S the Police Pals downed them by Sanders, p 1 0 0 0 0 then don't change It.
a score of 8-0. Teh win moved -Q. When must a defender swite
the Pals, 1st half champs into Totals ,30 14 1118 off the man he is guarding?
second place, one-half a game PUMAS Chris Dunphy.
,out of first. Corrigan, as 4 0 1 0 1 A. When he finds imseff
The Pals scored four times in Lovelady, p 2 0 0 0 5 ed by an offensive player or
Both the first and second Innings Hele. If 3 0 1 0 0 danger of r late a t
with a total.of six hits and a Wills, cf 3 0 2 0 1 matee ona crisis eross pay
few errors by the Motta Fielders. Webb, c 1 0 0 5 0 give-and-go. When w Ite b
Bialkowski and Goguen each Hall, rf 2 0 0 0 0 players shmld sh*ot it at vel.
had a pair of hits during the un- Torres, rf 1 0 0 0 0 ally so both & w what's g *g a.
risings to lead their team In Preist, 2b 1 0 0 1 0
that department. Over the last E. Cunningham, 2b 2 0 0 0 1
four innings, Robin Moreland of T. Cunnlngham, 3b 0 0 0 2 ,3 E T
Mottas, pitched one hit ball, but z-Toussleh 1 0 0 0 c t y. .
it was too late to save the game. Reynolds, lb 2' 0 1 10 0 Lana Tumner, t
;.T% immy Palhmbo gained his zz-Bettsak. .1 0 0 0 LAME and THE PL -.
fiftl victory and a good one it
was too, Only one scratch hit was Totals '3 '5 18 11 Cornel Wilde, in
made off Jim, a dribbler down x-Laatz batted for Morris In 3rd S A D 1 'A "
the third base side, by Robin z-Tousaleh bated for T. Cun-1
SMoreand. ningham in th.
In addition to the fine per- za-Bettaak batted for Reynolds IDEAL Today 2*, .
Sennance.by Palumbo, the same in 6th. Tin-Tan, in
,Sin be said of Goguen, the Po- Seore by Innings "EL BLLO DTE
second sacker. In his last Ocelots 09 005--14 Susana u to
few games he has shown quite Pumas 000 000- 0 CUANDO LO AD
an ability to rob the onposin "C UANO LO EDA
batters of many a hit by his Summary Errors: Ocelots 0; S W '
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Rubi islig ht AN INDEPNDDE; DAILY NEWSP1 rounced By Communists

Zch viZ ho uwr I- v 1 h 11 IF a r -l" v /=. -... _arcn_ 9 (UP)- artihe ad, dlbove all t1 ug -.
asn OV a Su n communist Party to- the fact he a t po ai, I
t ,, deaounced Premier Imre the r.eolution-d.
SsN in what may be the start NtWas mused of wr t
HOLLYWOOD, March 9 (UP)- **Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abrahapm nrgoln. longd expected pugan.othd! U 2
Zsa Zsa Gabor announced today uinC Premier Georgi Malenkov outside thq the undermin-
she loves Dominican d-- at ted n the Soviet Union. Ing work opet bourgeois ele-
Porfiro Rubirosa, bu not TIRTIETH EA PANAMA, R. P. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 9, 1955 FIV gy was an advocate of n- ments aied against partpre- LONDON
enough to marry him. .1 creasing production of consumer tge. er nl a
,p b o A ,ha s a t trer r ib le t e mp e r r e p r t e t be n so u sl y
ref toa ixh marriage outaeuForcesusIut as Malenkov was in Ae huAt
anrheses Af'm-BackidUSForcesReadyv "w" ":"* n
"He is screaming about my 1 11 recently, would be a needed by .ly (lir
career. It s the tragedy of our Mathias Rakoul, the man from n l
forced me to;h chose bee hm whomph took pwea J lIndiao u 's Mt.M a la bo

ght a rrid nesheI s wilin WASHINGTON March 9 (UP) But Wilson also emphasized 'the offset new American co m m it- ish policy within 48 hours of his Observers here speculated thatooro forea rm
t at a few years. 'm in ton -United States forces, backed by final decision is up to Mr. Eisen- ments to bolster the defenses of return from a Far Eastern tr Na lt the upp hand u the worlds fifth highest At e ao .. Ie
ton fo become ato Sunday punch of atomic wea. shower. Nationalist-held Formosa and its during which he talked wco noatssstdeern mountainn whose treacherous a- liee
t huch ?, o a h pons0 stood battle-ready today to Dulles" comments avoided a island outposts. Dulles and Indian Premier Jawa. an-,dv."-_ate of dv elopin, he,,,valanches halted an American Ikst weke- .a l-e the ie.
She said she was terribly flt communist China itself it the public showdoWn at this. U'e .These sources said the Russians harlal Nehru. Industry and Nagy favor p expedition last year. odl s to reem .
frightened martin the Rleds ttacke Formosa or other with Britain. British for el g i rtu turn over to Communist Chi- ducthon of more consumer goods. w -ne thai n belted
frihtened aout marry o e and important allied defense areas in secret Sir Anthony Eden had na ".t least 300 new jet air- He also conceded that such a This a similar to the dispute The French team, ed by ofthe p y out
ex-husan f D s De his the Far East. said earlier yesterday that the planes" and some 100 war ves- move would be a bitter pill for in Russia that resulted in the climbed Jean Franco, will eave
eBaro Hutton because o Secretary ci State John Foster Nationalists should give up sels of various types. the United States to swallow, ouster of Premier Georgi Malen- Orly airport here for-Calcutta, Those supporter Include for
S ealousy. Dulles unfolded this strategy last these islands to the Chinese Nationalist intelligence sources. "The difficulty of our A)nerican kovr. their base for the assault on 27,- mer foreign minister Heret
."I. lt eventlook at another night in a nationwide broadcast Reds. were said to have reported that friends being, I think it is fair to The Hungarin party central 790-foot Mt. Makalu, a moun- Morrison and form chanels
S," ashe ffed. "Not that I which served both as a report to Dulles suggested that general a delegation of Red Chinese mili- say, that any form of .withdrawal committee issued a resolution tain that French alpinists have of the ercheauer t iG.ll
S man," do. f. a thin. am n [the nation and as an extraordina. war, started by Red China t ry leaders, headed by a r m y is )rgalded as a stepping stone to denouncing y's' rig.ltist de- hoped to c1Jmi since 1934. -OtalGke -47it7-. keS
e would o iren hen ry warning to the Chinese Reds. risk retaliation from three fronts chief Gen. Peong Fshi would ar. a further attack," Eden said. viations as, L'dai ering Hun-1 .he m.can expedition, led 9evain arch-rivalC r-o l
very athuAi fo The warning wal prompted -Southeast Asia, Formosa itself, rive in Port Arthur shortly to re- But he suggested that "some in.- ary. goals, by Dr. wnemE. ri under the leadership when Att i e 7rpan t
I'm not Lrribed. lby a growing feeling that the and the Republic of Korea. The w eive the new arms. dication" by the Reds that they "These rightist conceptions onsor of fUniverslty of Ca- Morrlson. f7 ste n. 2
A N"when Rubi isn't around I on- Communists fully intend to try United States has defense ra- This new military shot in the would forego the use of fo c e became so dangerous to our par- lfornia sccletistal ws .halted at r..o,7. spp .
ly date old friends and ex-hus- to conquer Formosa, vital ties with these three areas. arm for Red China was const. "would reduce the tension at once and state through the fact 23,000 feet by t avanhe s and Gaftakell defeated evat f'
b hands" she giggled "Rub! does United States defense outpost in Meanwhile Communist C h in a dered highly significant In For. abd enable us to make some .tC Cmlrade I mre Nagy 51tp- storms. But the 'renchmen iope eatetra B en
not mind that. He is sweet and the Pacific ocean area. dared the United States to step Rosa since the Chinese Co m.- headway" toward a peaceful so- ported these anti-Marxist con- to succeed with their special new acto .ry tr easr'job 14
rgetle most of the time-but Dulles was reported convinced up its trade embargo of the ed1 malsts already hold a consi- lution of the Formosa crisis. cetpions in his speeches and his equipment.
SaIh a temper when he gets an- that the 4eds must Je ttod no mainland. derable edge er the Nation At present he said, conditions Galtkll uit
that they wil trun in*' serious "The worst that the U. S. ovw allsts in naval and air strength. for a peaceful solution do not ex- ed tcad flo.isatl s
S7- Zsa said Rubirosa still Is a trouble if 'they try .to attack For- erment can do," said the eip- But Nationalist and Communist it ex-s-- bolstkres uie't .for- "^
worng diplomat.but tht he mos or commit ma or aggres-ing Daily, Red China's official China were reported pouring thou- Eden and other British states- ada bi oatbor r ar tighter.
spends a wood deal of his time in son elsewhere in As a. I newspaper, 'will not prevent Chi- sands of reinforcements into the men had said previously that Brit- Wih r r o
Hollywood and racing sports The answer now will be up to na's economic advance. Matsu Island area for w h a t was ain considered the offshore, is. a" beo n .era eletn ex
the Reds. "Ample proof of this'ip the believed likely to be the next lands to be Chinese territory and Consrvtiv n ew ar s tum
c- i, headqiarters are in Par- At the same time Dulles kept speedy restoration and develop- critical phase of the Red drive to in a category different from For- pete h te news f papers trum-
i nd Santo Domingo. And he the Communist Chinese guess- mnent of China's national economy oust the Nationalists from all mosa. The status of the Nation- ith scarcoy tccealhowdown g
do esa lot of ood his coun- Ing about United States inten- in te past few years." their offshore island bases. alist island bastion, Britain con- ncealed glee.
t try.avbe not so much food last tions to defend the Nationalist- The newspaper editor a l, Only a sputtering of occasional ceded, is unclear and unsettled. "Keen-ei u n a
t ryMshe exupcined "but that held Quemoy and Matsu Islands which was broadcast in part by artillery fire broke the t e n s-e le" *ole1rriap
alo rnow."' located near the Commu n i st Radio Peiping, attacked the quiet of the Formosan Strait. Dules war reported In Wash- .k'so Beaver-
Ssall over now. __ mainland. U.S. "plot to intercept" the Fin- Britain yesterday pub i l y ington yesterday to have told-a Do u Dlly Express.
--ABp-- --r nPresident Eisenower, he said, nish tanker Aruba, which is called upon Generalissimo member of Congress he does
r RF Offires will decide how the present now en route to Red China with Chiang Kail-shek to evacuate not think Communist China is ", pac lpay asateon -
"flexible, defense"!' system will be a load of fuel for Jet planes. the Nationalist-held offshore is. bluffing about its announced in- loan ailpry" sk th
vd 4ny,. To CQosa carried out "in the lght of is "The cargo the Aruba carries lands in the Formosa Strait as tendon to try to capture Formo. 10 Dally Sketch.
1ne To., Casa, judgntrnt as to the Overall value is the property of the Chinese asn essential step toward a Far sa. e i
S I.i Al_.- ,f |tf certain coastal positions to the people," the newspaper sai d. Eastern settlement. The secretary also was said to s The Expres said it was Gait- .
Peridista defense of Formosa." "They will not tolerate American It was the first time Britain had have laid down a) firm "no-ap- ..Kel who forced the crisis to a
piracy. openly urged the Nationalist with- peasement" line in Asia, and to ea..
The office of CARE has moved Defense secretary Charles E. "If the United Stated dares to'drawal from Quemoy and Matsu. have outlined a new U.S. plan to I o e s o .. t. at
to the Casa del Periodista on Wilson also made it clear yester- direct and help the Chiang Kai- Eden, who urged the step in retaliate on three fronts f Red tI oIsel sources said that A
Avenida Mexico at the corner of day that the United States has no shek clique to intercept the Fin- the House ot Commons, coupled China undertakes new a g g r e s- ties imse didn't want a fl
Avenida Ecuador, on the top fixed policy for the island groups. nish freighter it must assume re- it with a .call to the Chinese sjon. showd ow with Bevan but w
nfloor. The new phone number is He told a news conference he sponsibility for the consequenc.- Communists to make the move Dulles declined comment on o rced ino0 a two-to-o
* Panama 3-1427. The office hours doubts the Chinese Communists es." easier by giving "some indica-.Eden's statement that a Formo .ci( 's shadow cab
are fro*"'$ a. n. to12 noon, and could successfully attack Formo. The Red newspaper shrugged tion" they will renounce the use san ceasefire and withdrawal of |ItiTi "'.pi' would rhle
S frm 1:30 .5:;30 p.m. sa and the Pescadores even 1 off effects of the U.S. embargo. ct force in the Formosan crisis. Chnese Nationalists from close. A wins the n
S The CARE staff include Mrs. they took Quemoy and the Mat- "Actually the more direct aim These two steps, he said, would to-shore islands could pave the e
Mary 0. Lowrie, mission chief &sus. He conceded, however, that of the U.S. embargo policy," the pave the way for the world. pow- way for eventual consideration of h o- rr
a d Mrs. Eleanor Jacobs, CARE their loss would made it harder newspaper said, "is to impair the ers to consider the problem of ied China's entry to te United Tu e pro-Labor Daly Mirror
staff assistant. to defend Formosa. economies of those countries Red China's admission to the U. Nations. H rged Bevan'i exulson, say.ag
which have traditional trade ties united Nations The secretary said only that hI behavenr had been th o much
i n m in m -- ,m .. niniw i- wth China to maintain theri de-. this country wants to end hostili- e"the archbishop
pendence on the. United States.' "If these objectives c a n be ties in the Far .East, the same of compromise.
S9--.. -,. .-. P I U A .I Authoritative Chinese Nation, realized" he said, "consideration goal that Eden stated for Brit. fw At..t a .
R I MS | 1 J l ARTlist sources said in Formosa could then be given internation- oin. TiId mhe showdown comes Attlee
S. meanwhile that they have ally, at an appropriate stage, to The administration is strong would have to win support of
4 -24 .L I .- *L,4 learned that Russia has prom. the problem of Chinese represen- ly opposed to Red China's a 2... Labor Tarty MP's for ]evan's ex-
II ised vast new supplies of w a r ration in the U.N. and to the fu- mission to the U.N. as long as p pson or resign from the shad-
ROlMI RO n n W "equipment to Red China. ture status of Formosa. it engages in aggressive active. ARRIVES FOR RETRIAL -Minot Jelke (left), accompanied by ow etbinet himself-a-long with
Si |t M/ ii IOR R9 k/ 7The Soviet supplies and equip- The British foreign secretary ties, but has never barred the attorney Arthur R. Stellges, arrives 4t General sessions Court n Morrson, Gaitakell and compa-
fTO Fa V-. iv ^ iL ,, V |ment, they said, are intended to stated these new elements of Brit, door to eventual membership. NewYork for,his retrial no charges of compulsory prostitution, ny.
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