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Promising In Smuggled Letter Worth
UNRO A bombshell w exro m t of the3200
explode in heNationsl Aise Ia- w ll atoMthe Amem-
m te a th letter, which as sent
Unien-'e TrdU Councl as(W onal military
b tl nreIi b .to hedenied the e to .75,b to
ronnetsn. ATwiau.t attributed to hi iceman. once
Munro s floor'actlon oin the L mntunpui WIoIER oe Ramon OIado was 'hi him suit.
diately. He stated the Senate d Iedbly wasteful, the
Co ttoeac d Mi = to mt committee said.
n thre a esoocati t h innocent ice theWM attee recommended
changs ade. 'wCunil AM- An upM
hold hearing for the Cla ica- Court, a continued ntil later Miro Is also said toba wit t a theabf.o d
ton Act emloyes the week of this afternoon to pert the ten that hpro i b up orde
re em l of e stesing a wallet which i- a o b th s
flcatbo Act. Souse P two sver dollars and other toln h e Amby wae prler by the comn-
rice and Civil Service commit ang from under house 1s n ah t iImpeached rgeS a- plttee. to 0.
agreed to report HR. 2987 aa a- Gambos. On a second c*aln e President. tpridee pay boosts from six
mended, he said. wul accused of batteryocair. to Specet About 2,000.000
According to statements issued lotte M. Josiah, a GabO 81grL servicemen would benefit.
by the u pnrlttee, this bill w In court this ornin the girt eU u Extra pay for air and under-
average 75 per cent Including tetified tfat the defedant, a duty and other extra hazards
reclasation. The bill co grabbed he by the dollar of n. lm iA also would be boosted.
21 salary levels with a mnntnm ohr dress and attempttod PptWt III LOIWIU Something extra would be pro-
ncremase of I200. bash me in" but failed to hi vidoed al t wo help men move
S All letter carrier and tie her. She said his hand bounced t w permanles went duty sertaed tos.
majority of the post office clerks her on the lip. new permanent duty stato
were placed in a new salary. The aIgument developed after r
'the bmtl as first introduced Muschet. accused her of ned- A Chilean light plane missing Dllle ll A
contained only 20 levels. The n- dling In s affairs by invol ving sance Tuesday morning, was H U
crease will be effective at tie wit the police. He denle spotted yesterday by a 26th Air
beginning of the first pay period g the wallet, and said he Re.cP Squadron plane which I C uu
tolowing enactment. The report- sha te, ae d with the silver lo ya high o rr o
ed vote wm In to 6, six who votqer doi rs work he ldid. A wit- a beach '0 miles north of Bue-
ttinAt emtploy because of this a frn boa oas6to et navettu ir, Colombia. Houcm
DULLES RETURNS Secretary of State John Foster Dulles re-
turns to Washington after a two-week tour of the Far East. He
told newsmen that Red China is seeking "desperately" to over-
run the "forward positions of freedom," At right is Assistant
Secretary of State Carl McArdle. In the background is Herbert
Red China Boss .
LONDON, March 10 (UP) Chinese Commuo
Premier Chou En-loai has coldly turned down all app1
so for for a negotiated Formoson settlement, it was U
Authoritative diplomatic sources said that me4,
efforts in Peiping. have drawn a complete blank and .
the Communist leader has remained wholly uncomproL
ing on his aim to "liberate" Formosa.
Chou reportedly firmly rebuffed "interference"
third powers and some reports had it that these
powers include Russia as well as Britain.
This is the grim story behind the terse statement
the House of Commons of Sir Anthony Eden Tuesday th
the necessary conditions did not yet exist for further pro
ress to solve the Formosa conRflict through a conferae
or "other discussions," the sources said.
The foreign secretary disclosed
that he had maintained contacts A
on this problem with Moscow as SS mi
It was learned that only last
Friday ritain's charge d'affaires
conferegdith .Chou. .. ,
Ia qT C .r*m
$4500 minimsx .] .
aum, Munro repo un Co
TWo ocal Firms
Pa Piaco LoeM Bids
Tropical Paint (idopany nnd
Danie ein. wre two app
rent low bidders gt,tWi contracts
for house pain' l ,n the C-al
Zone,bWds w rwero open-
ed eddWd-y In the Bal-
boa Adnsasratlto Buildung
The Tropal PMt Compa y
onteMW red a b !105 on the
work of pmtiA-g tex ter or
S oo4w* of the .4d Balboa dis,
pa ing Neb now hous-
e the Pana, a I et Office
and the Cantrabrol office
es. Four otr ci e ente red
bids fto this job'
Dame Rojas ld $W on the
contract for the OteiUor painting
of four apartmeata ia te town-
site of G-atu. Troical Paint
Company and Berwii Brouwer
also made an ~eWr this work.
O8 PRalduon Uies
| BKal MarhI 10
(UP) TV L hed Aircraft
Comas nouncd today the
of the rst produc-
tion a of It C-lrA Hercu-
les ta'St-.be fint Ameri-
can tan rtn deigoed to use
x lva vice prpsdent court-
lani tA 6 tthe frast Air
Force Iwles Ml roff peOge-
tiom in$ At .m.5SBIA'141b
riettas. dMlani an0S1 aoit-
The Dutch freighter Barn
was scheduled to sAil for Pera
at 3 p.m. today with about 10
cases of its Briedamaged m
Its entire shipment of 11'1
bags of powdered i#iseetIlede was
declared a total lod.
Cargo surveyor Nicolas Bin-
nendyk, who arrived here two
days ago frm ,Holland, declined
to give any estimate of the.gvlue
of the da ed cargo. He will
mke his report to owners of t~
vessell. the Royal Netherlands
SA fie wich broke out nine
days ago while the ship was at
sea, burned a shipment of phar-
maceutfcal goods stored in hold
No. 5, and caused the skipper to
return to Balboa-to have the
shlpmen checked. The fire was
extinguished at sea.
Yesterday. 750 sacks of powd-
ered insecticide, whieh had been
smoldering, burst Into flames on
Pier 14. They had bn plac
there for Inspection after the
fire was attributed to explosiVe
gas emanating from the insec-
Included In the ten cases of
miscellaneous cargo left behind
are linoleum, sanitary goods, and
* A representative from Lloyds
of Londonsaid today that it may
be sold to Ieal purchasers, or
O r Primess Margarets Rumored Romnnce
M&mh M) 1 Jn( l ilU&Iinuu "T smu anS t n hamr I* 1. m *-a ..- f.. <....... ,. ., io....... iV.
." n--. .. Brussels n wspaperu that gTown-
g pIniht.hR oi.i-Imuend might be pt in to meet
Aktpre and his brother -a-
%he plan was found at SA9
p. W Ib. tle o l oh searchh
pA1 ig the Ca ben Air
Is TW Chfnlerauih
Mrt of a factual adventure
meri based on Panama will be
telwoied shortly all over the
T. e photographer, who left
today fPr the San Bias Islands.
is Tex Zelger, who is filming the
series ar Photo Associates of
New Tork, a television- produc-
. Since his arrival on the Isth-
mus, at the beginning of this
month, Zeigler haw scen "all
over the place." arnM with his
three movie came S. From a
personal viewpoint, he finds
Panama "fascinating material"
for a story, and is enjoying his
flrt visit to the Isthmus.
The main subjects photo-
graphed for the series Include
s!eet:cenem. events at the Ho-
tel Panama, interesting peo-
Ole, senw, and hunting and
fihing activities. Yesterday he
returned from a three-day trip
to "the. D country to film
some scees featuring "Jungle
*a wIl return from Nan Blas
in about tep day, and will wind
up Ihe nrles ln Panama City be-
fore rernaing to New York.
u1 unad e Irj1uL imuWea'
depenoea.Or f service-con-
E injuries "d 'dfath, accord,
ing to Ifo itlonreceived at
Balboa Heig fro!L the Comp-
trlir Geea t United
The Comptloe rGeneral toas
submit ed n matte to theccomp.
ironer General'a r deelsio upon
questions bng raised In recent
months concerning the practice of
deducting the different in com-
puting compensUtion Jr indIvi-
dual claims made undr provl.
sionr of the Federal Employes'
The Comptroler General has
concluded that the diflerential is
not an element of eonmensatlon
which, under Section 12 of the
Federal Employes' Compensatiou
Act, may be taken into account
In determining the pay upon
which disability or death compen-
ation is omputed under the
Mexkcan Air Crash
MASCOTA, Mexico, March. 10
(UP) Authorities reported to-
day. the 26.victlnr of Mexico's
worst plane cradh were burned
beyond recognition and that It
probably would take days to
The bodies. including those of
four Californians, were brought
down last night from fire black-
ened El Cabro. a 9000-foot peak
of the Western Sierra Madre
near Mexico's west coast
The 23 passengers and three
crew members were killed Tues-
day afternoon when a twin-en-
gined Mexican airliner crashed
into the peak and exploded, 201
minutes after It left the coastal
resort town of Puerto Vallarta.
WASHIMTON, March 10 -
(UP) Marriner S. Eccles, for-
mer chairman of the Federal
Reserve Board recommended to-
day that margin requirements
for itock trading be raised
promptly, to 75 per cent.
That would mean a stock buy-
er woulh.ihave to put up three
quartets 9f a stock purc asae
cash ThA current requirement
is s0 per cent cash The re-
_mandl_ A financed on credit.
E nelesa I d the increase in
margin requirements Is nsces-
sary to .gw down the rise in
The Salt Lake City banker also
told the Senate Banking com-
mittee Investigating the' market
boom tlat margin require-
ments later should be increased
to 100 per cent "If the value of
stocks continue to rise."
Stocks, after declining in three
previous sessions, reversed at
the opening in New York today.
Opening gains ranged to more
than $1 a share and restored a
large part of yesterday's losses.
"The r a p i d Increase in the
price of aocks generally during
the last year, supported by a
growth in, brokers' loans of more
than t0,000.000 indicates the
need for further control of stock
market credit." Eccless said.
TACOMA, Wash., March 10
UP) A 17-year-old art stu-
dent at Clover Park high
school who won the Pierce
County art contest said today
she didn't think she deserved
Jenfane Payton said the
Judges hung her colorful ab-
Eract painting "The Smokers"
"There cannot be a perpetual
bull market and to the extent
that excesses to develop un-
checked, just so much more
painful the decline will be. with
adverse effects on the economy
Winthrop H. Smith, a leading
New York broker, testified yes-
terday that increasing margin
requirements to 100 per cent
would not stop speculation.
K. Galbraith, Harvavrd econ-
omics professor, also testified
this week that margin require-
ments should be raised to 100
Totals 1.79 Inches
At Balboa Helohts
A heavy rain which occurred
during the early part of Februa-
ry brought the total rainfall for
the month at Balboa Heights
1.79 Inches above normal accord-
ing to the monthly report issued
by the Meteorological and Hy-
Except for the heavy shower
on the afternoon of Feb. 8. how-
ever, the dry season pattern of
warm, windy days and cool
nights prevailed during the
month. Rainfall totals ranged
from 30 Inch at Madden Dam to
2.59 inches at Balboa but at most
stations there was a slight deffl-
clency from the normal amount
of rainfall for the month.
Water temperatures in Balboa
.harbor, after remaining above
average during most of the
month, began a rapid drop from
a reading of 79 degrees on the
morning of Feb. 25 to 75 degrees
on the morning of Feb. 28. The
fall In temperature continued
during the first few days of
A total of nine seismic distur-
bances were recorded on the Bal-
boa Heights seismographs during
FebrmuS. oe was felt In the
Canal Zpne although eight of the
disttaei were computed to
L"~at e within 300 miles
To ]e Benefited
By 3-Day Casino
& AtnAt casino a CMonflo or.
Jfhw Is scheduled to get
jei.f? tomorrow night a
American military and di-
lomatic expert ha s warned
ashington that the Formosan
crisis may develop into a gen-
eral war in Asia within weeks,
authoritative Tokyo sources
The National Assembly obgl
ed a moment of silence ym1 M
in memory of slain Pralf
Joa Antonio Rem6n as a cli
to its ratification of the Remo
Eisenhower treaty between
ama and the UVS.
The ratification vcte was. 4
The view here is that if a gen- hour f r hba e m n
oral war should start, t Is belev- ou of dteduri..
ed the United States would limit most Of theAss United tats would t emblyme
.....h c e floor to comment on
the use of atomic weapons. to elo p to comment on e
t. mlt .itaryobjectives. recommend ppra of the
Highly, placed sources said the ned ,ee Jan. m the2 .
selir that the Chinese l -semblymen who gave i
munists may force the issue In of yp en lt hee document
the Far East n the near future approval to the document
was what prompted Secretary had not been ranteall th
of State John Foster Dunes to Is- o ....ts.....been t r
e pd ine s o emet vantages are contained in
oulbles said in a speech that new treaty.
any act of aggression would Ans n the second reading of
bring swift American and Allied ratification bi, the lone dim
retaliation on the southern, cen- r yesterday was Assem
trial and northern fronts. Juan. Arias. 1
U.S. military and diplomatic views expressed by ,..
officials both in Tokyo and in d pasrwer,, h e
Formosa have been calling for se.. .Ministere Dr..c.
Lust such a clear warning to the Mini s.t serD.. O asc .
Red Chinese government as a regta, os,, erved ab s t e.s m
possible means of heading off a e.gt'.btoh and bthe.' M ais
major war which could result; er..amnt ror, miuste r
from a Communist assault on "m and Justce
Generalissimo Chiang Kal-shek's lemon. Ao_________
island outposts near the China
mainland, including paratr Ir andm
U.S. military spokesman in rines, in position
Talpeh said April may be the The Nationalists have brom
"month of decision." their Matsu garrison to tnrlp
Military planners believe the normal strength, or apIA
danger of war is inherent in a mately 26,000 men.
Communist move to attempt to Strong Red air reinforeemn
sine Matsu or Quemoy in the mostly Jets -- were repe
mistaken belief the United to have been moved down ft
States either would not inter- the north to the Fukien -
vene or would limit retaliation fronting Formosa.
to the immediate mainland Dulles' warning to the Pd
coastal area on which such government was IntrpreN
an amphibious action wod as a move to put fthe CU
be based. on notice they can plan hn
Dispatches from United Press easy victory.
staff correspondent William Mil- The United States air as.
ler in Tapeh pointed up te al forces thethe Far 31V4.
dangerous time element involved. rated sufficient to defeat a -
From April until October he nl ault on the of1
reported, the waters of the For- 103if the US. fr
mosa Strait are calm. air superlortl. .
And it is then Red China's To gati amt air sn-ell
armada of at least 1,000 small Utasrm sources sa, t.U
military and transport junks. t h aeesary for the U J
known .to be massed Just off rPae to itMb Red
Matsu. would be most effective 81mlaHd )et bases.,
in an invasion attempt. The United States doe
Military strategsats were re- have the aircraft to IK
ported agreed that If the Reds Red China's air bes w
are serious in their threats to VentUonal bombs thou
"liberate" Matsu, Qmey or War -type omtlnuMe k
Formonsa itself, the te fr Thui ft w s believed
them to try will coma eart t if the United BtatM4W M
Alni defend the. oehorS
ring is the tradItional time wood be 1 Med to.
for military operations In China. l d M
Military observe rs I0a poe e a al.i
twBeanl nationalistf l i.
towp and supplies ek m U&
a from 3800
et Up More Cash'
Peers, Papers In .Tangled Guessing Game
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OUpNAndnow e're paying millions orerp w id aaeand tax hcuts, butling ,
SIS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN ofAmA ican doeela ns.mo support -Co-te ne a srber candtn ar-I
1 SoItie Poland\.\m windfall from- Uncle Sam-al they were g
L- 4 -to name-calling,. by..rElariJ g to exactly 17 dasyt. st art.l n
S(ommunist igs, 1,hasten toex- e prize a 11 synthetic rubber Br whoh
me Mail Beils an op6n'forum for readers of The Panama American plain that mean ham on the .- plants, burlt .the governmentat DuP_.3 _-.
ts are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confidential roof, wbich is providing the Pol. A' tremendous ex se dung 'World as t
inesh ireisury with millions of U.. War I, buf y about to old S1r
ou. contribute a letter don't be impatient If it doesn't appear the collars desperately needed by the to private ustry for a ong. oe f bi
t day. Letters are published in the order received. Soviet world. For some time the rub CO_ pined his ears i
ase ty to keep the letters limited to one page length. ans have cast a covers eye on "'s .
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. The Soviatized Poles, now ac .. L \these profitable plantl'OWld by never ,onoi
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions tually run by the Russian Army, .." ..- the taxpayers But snow t iton't Langrj
il letters from readers. are annually dumping some $25.- 7 ,. .PW-/.&L have to wat much longer -due to ring _toe r aer .lier-
.- O 000,000 worth of canned Pork and hae to wai- mc 'e rinz to Berg' areer a c.oeo
- 000000 worth canned ork a a quirk of lay and the anxiety of the antitras d ion.
KOBBE BEAC.H hLams i:,to the U.S. Not only is our ..-., the Eisenhower administration to "We got .t W ln .*
KOBBE BEACH own farmers' market being hit by "get the government out of bus- eronv on
this Soviet competition, but it is neh." a
tuing into EhejobsofAFL Mos, In exactly 'three weeks-on ve us nam of sijie
Sunday we filled up the car with gleeful kids, bathing suits, cutters as well. 'Ir h 2- .h e syhec ps'w er o n a ai,
.buckets, straw hats,' balls, sunglasses, fruit, and crackers Howhler, the scandal of it , March 27-othe synthetics wileto a t.he N" -cnath
aR Pbe sold at bargain prices to a anyone..n ail
all the other necessities for a few happy hours at the beach that thse Red Polish pork fan' group of private companies unless admitn ed prg. a "Toe a
%set off in high spirits for Fort Kobbe beach. lham imports flow into the U.S. and' wlofg r iater o to m pe les s
Imagine the mournful faces when the polite MP at the en-Iare sold to our consumers-unin- transanon i the next 17 day ut a'aren o mr"-'"-te to
ce of the beach told Vs the beach was reserved for military i'pected. B StraBgest et of the deal s at people ail .. dont think
isonel and civilians living on the post, a sped t ofrtheudeal is that
S and civilians livin on the post. a great majority of senators and a man' reord is be. u d by
',W did make the seemingly long trek about to the mainI If this were just a trickle of MedI reprsentat.ves, busily occu the number he putiin jail Any-
and on to Far Fan and had a chance to get a little wet meat from inside the Iron Curtain with tpresetatx and pay-raise dat Q ', am not p.f confirm s.
0E the tide got too far out. but you can't compare the two it could be ignored. But it is a wi ties, are completely unaware oat ". ,,t ... a ., f
ches, as Far Fan is' always muddy. flood of 19,71,000 pounds in 1954. what is going completely unaware of. ", "
The point I want to make is this Kobbe used to be open This is a heavy increase of Com, Hwe here are the facts owas ways
all civilian employes of the Defense Dept., but now that the munist meat imports over 1953-a & Th- Rubher Producing Facilities ning through there light day after
Shas spent many thousands of dollars to improve it with 5000,000 pound increase. It means Te Disposal Commission, apilitedtsday, wee er w mo ) r
ark net and a refreshment stand, the lowly civilians are not tlat the meat. from the low stan-D by Preside nt E aenhower to se month after a while e t to
dard slaughter houses of Soviet the government's synthetic rubber land at least one i,
-you rthmll there's enough room on the beach, water Poland, is reaching thousands of "t a letther tiCon u bo" "an that caset" crack Mary-
ii the ocean, fresh air, and sunshine to let the lowly civilians '.S. tables. European standards Jan t t e o Sen tr Butler, .perhaps
of Curundu enjoy a protected beach too? are far below ours. Communist sale to Firestone, Goodyear, U.S.ou ou ht change the light."
f j b-each Lostandarus are in the lowest depths. *Rubber Co. subsidiaryy of Gen-
-Beach Lover. Yet the Polish meat arrives nere eral Motors), Goodrich Shell Oil, -, MERY-GO-ROUND
in sealed cans, encased in gelatine Phillips Petroleum, and others.
--and it pours'through our customs Irvin Rankin, Baltimor, ad-
AIRPLANES AND SCHOOLS free of inspection. orcsm. e PROFITS FOR USA dressed a letter as follows: Mr.
o, this week the AFL's Amal 83.85 per cent accurate predic-
Every now and then someone elps about Albrook and the amted eeutters and Butchr Under the law, thedeal goes tions, USA That w tre
warplanes. Workmen .ion made plans to r through 60 days later, or on March y
As a taxpayer, I object to closing Al)~rook. I'm sure there am u the flow of these Soviet A r ,7, unless either house of C~s stute as I'.a..n.a
mire1 mllons of dollars more invested in Aibrook than in the i r ai
... .......... M oIey or be mc ho l eadersEa Jimerson land Pat M oneii y For Sch oor a T ps ed
adhool, and it w6uld be much cheaper o ove the school and Gorman, decided, in their Chicago sale price for the 11 syntheticQ the brother. Suzanne Silvercruys
other bildlngs "jeopardized" by the airplanes. headquarters to assign the New p l an t-io ut 6,aao m .A is far Stevenaon, who founded the pro
If the people are sincere in their complaint and really are NYork adNew Jerse0 Butcher and y t din Macr n. en
Yorka .idNewJByh Peter E n th reth orPtheir bsi-I.. set happy aboo utin his
anxious for the lives of the children, it seems to me the most ood Workers Council and its lead- l cost or e cu ntor basd s happy abou hi
effective way to achieve their safety would be emphasize the Iers to launfchi the campaign. f. U s l cost or their current worth. ssa .t, can't do much
Expensive and ore logical solution pointed out that the Soviets These largely overlooked facts t take om o to three years from state laws, local school dia business concern i among the pre. r o to
Cosidering the deaths causedlocally innot the past 14 yars,th our information ere brougn ou infrom theAFL sources WASHINGTON -(NEA- to build school, give once the school ricts liare hamstrung in trying to erred purchsr selected by the lzceabbt
by automobiles motorcycles sorts, or household accidents the abroad convinEducation Samuel Brownell, who A principal delay comes getting This is an important int for osal Com ss to take over nto e rd
tatrophe of April 1942 s a poor example statistically for any- hamerican slaughterhouses and pitary nanesn th e administrations voters to approve bond issues. In the administration, whi wa these plants Besides the big rub remend t the y
ua oa sf m tcki use must p, rigid fed chool-aid program to the Senate ten states thee are tax limits re- to have local communities so e bdr companies, the list includes toar wtch-hunti ot.ed ators-and
S 088 3Decide ral and state inspection at anyhe carrommittee on Education. Thisent, istax rates and bonded into local school districts In four this dsown problems increase school. Sears, Roebuck Texas of south. tubci
SMan pt moment before any U.S. meat pro- firs time that the real, un bonds g on the federal government. The sme Kubber, Anaconda oppo;ari
f ad. aer i t OW poe n ol mst u e. ro. school dchtedness provide the greatest states, tate bond indebtedness buildms till they modernize their #w s. c an subsidiary Dunlitary men feel rcg oc tot n.ian
yesaer in oai than n h t government reet s tan t h deci obstacle to the construction of ade- schools and rent the to the local nd solved its school shortage, this is time for theigovernment wo nos m e t try .to
....saferinschlthauatnopesi t.casTe public h facilities bin the c omMu itie. Until these artificial restrictions t-Con. i Yrubber factories. tne
SThe her so Unitth at t s choo Under any ofte these procedures, .,n school construction are removed Incidentally not one single smallion bils, t.ari
l d b r w omply wth te fu n -is due to the facts that few new 12 to 50 per cent of the take ta city and suburban s Committee, a
Soedisk L tonhealt and process procV s Theseh largely overlooked actsuring it takr property vfomaluao to three years from state laws, local, school dis- nnute moves to top the oa. r. r l
Should not begin t match our 1 were brougnt out in the testi- to build a school, once the school tricts are hamstrung in trying ito Rluerred purchist Fr selected by the ,y"guab t o -
Answer to Preyvious puZZns tandards which It des c r i be d nmny of U S. Commissioner of board makes up its mad to do it. keep up with their school needs. Rubber P Facilities Dis-
Shr:Doubles -Education Samu'el Brownell, who A principadelaycomesn important int for posal Commission to take overnofm. _enton.referred to th
----" DouBeginlesng m Evercany ho slaughterhouses anttled p r e s e n te d the administration'slvoters to approve bond issues. Inmthe administration, which wamodern BEIND BAMBOO CURTAIN u tremeds t ti s-
I ens and 27 Sum and 41 Wind (prefix) s subjected to chekpass rigand double- school-aid program to the Senate ten states only 2 theio 7 per cent. The 35 schools. The Swedish government, which t e no -
i& 8SS 3 DeciBde 43 Persian fa ral and state inspection at any committee on Education This is strictingous local raissuance h monre are of school their own problems instead of relyRussia h as lost nea rm all lat rte ays enmp-
oa dStoat ManFollowept tmome nt before any U.S. meat ro the firsons whtimey stat the real govun ndst g obsolete fedin meray places, D. Dictator Mnuo Tse-tung an a o
Advnta i French friends33 Apple 7 Hoodlum a single pound of meat starts on ernments have not been able Obsolete property assessment Browne says e mt revl Puona o er o t o t
S 25 alls bhnd 38 Tellessr can sell his produce iter- erlying reasons for the U. S. the increasing raTwenty-six state constitutions samoun rates can't meet their ownictrob Endicott Johnson,cent of ve reporteand to view the Amew tmeican Plo
and water Manucitstatec u a ry f'DnloSie na
r- 2 M e furtvely40 Sulkm 0 Tear ner tables t school shortpulatioe have moben spreadmit s cash ol bond indebtedness can this total-ther zre 20theirion Russian g overnment heas, by cone ro e B anok
oi i et l a r to 'wiipe o oers inteo the suburbs and the s Tenty-one staypica city have property taws-limit- al public school pulat on a d. f Great Britain. re a
ltrace tribino p Then ng of man newly formed fami w as ass these for 38 e r cent of dero arten through igh schoo te Swede havecme to the FteDul
Laug hs rny ."" "my.after che 'if "slupt"ousp on lies in genew communities ioa lue, for a total of e142 million is is where schools a a conclusion that a b ehote-scenes gar Che'o : ac
dalook W compel isth the full sanita-ven s due to the facts that few new 2 to 50erty percent of the takabletraously over city is iand suburbs over Russianinee rela passed
l Knd ofbomb tin,healt Dept anof processing proc. stamp school were but during a the warproperty valuation. 22 states, the would have been school systems in cities of over t minute moves tremendoustop the in $10,000 w
heove members of thkeep a sharp eye out for s from current tax reve. Since the bonded debt mit of which operate schools fort r They believe is now soHouse ro ca y
pls 9 11 veginins de Esv of decay or iness. nuears and that there was a greatlthe limit isric to 12 per cent. Ins largely one of repla bad that the Rldss wl takevotewainndhesawthe
11 Fina y, if from any source there In only 16 statess the state govern- assessed property valuation, it a geas. o w extraordinary measure to sole w overwhelming forth I
and ,e rease in the number of childrenthe remaining 13 states, the limitbuildings h more modern BEIND BAMBOO CURTAd east s bao agast t
Friends and and 27 Sum and 41 Wind (prefix) is subjectedtochecs and double-bornduring the ar years and imis only 2 to 7 per cent. The 35schools. The Swedish government, wfor another increase.
od Senior 2-pone 42 Knd of ladder ecs been the ept. of wholesale mediately after This is only part ates in the two latter groups oha personal embassy Nikit Khrush-
Sung 2 Lemon 43Pen fairy' ,n some instances. inspectors wb i eithel aftr ,Inhouiss ian' thasw etwoYlattoergro hi-r k ht san t oe r.me'ssi s eaily a a r sena
i -downt elIeverin (pI.) 44 Leave out rice open the glands of animalsioTfhe flsto ry. cnmustcinclude the y eYfornew e 6,schoolseases on treated Chas.t.Russiaosaethe rse .M
God 1 Stoat owerAnd not guara oThe meatcutters union officials r oKhrushchev wl promise large l u
....Lake . - wrm s a- o g point out that a this makes n o nseteinm y p es, Dr. quantities of arms and oldachinery haand se ro -
ntrench friends33 Apple 47 Hoodlum a single pound of meat stars on ernments h a v e noND MRS as first olte property assessment. 37 to. . I personally didnt do line Communist revoluonary, isdered pickpockets off th ts,
oork n union ected cans* *Here are two more with excel-4recods for activity (on awe stock BEtGE'S rJAIL" RECORD -
cte allsbehd 38Tel l 48Work units s way to 000,000 i rea fast an to keep up with the ncr(of theasgratios also cut down the amount In 000 districts puer cent of even reported to view the newud a truck wi a loudp
Son believed tat we leave our ol opuatio, thname was mentioned acceptedash many schoo others. He grinned "You wontl districts can this be congressionaln govern tees to helprove an
pome o our w producers to damage in li flowing com ty cent is to gryr. I ddnrowne ites the a s. -T have any news reMarsal Blganin d themselves mothers to keep their naked eh
ndu lt violt rays t o e out a. terms into the suburbs and the set-I o one typicai city where property the alpublie enough, a pulabisyond kin- hoke ,r dren at home-af in ot
a0G- trace of trichinosis in pigs. Then, fling of many newly formed fami- was assessed for 38 per cent of dergarten through high seboolT nhe'Swedes have come to the Foster Dulles1... GOP COlt ..
ve ot -only after chief inspectors pass we lies in new communities. value, for a total of 142 isappintmilli I decided ton W This is where schools are c oncluion tht ha behind to Wendes gar When ellow o
t each animal. s the product given As Dr. Brownell p o i n t s out, f property were assesses t full dalously overcrowded. It is in 1300 T es we crisis ovrRer RussiefanCof tnee rela. passed up lis l how tot O a
the Dept. of Agriculture stamp. coo disoteevee versions) all -the statimpresvalue, to Mr. McCormck, the Amercan pretty oo sources Departments a antitrust division, oeconaetoutof y
Sot Point The union itself demands with atIths c an finance construc eet advance 74ok Exchange chief: "How many 0,000 op l whe he came to the rescue nkov.hsoe cll e ely
membe keep a sharp eye out forbuldings fr no accurret tax ree inc thebonded radiotelevion tip Now, tetifie M schools for their They believe th ts now soe
S ,extraordinary measures to solbe s The irony tit government By Colbraith
Fially Iffr any source there li only 16 tate the st22nd Annite goversary o when Mr. Winchell misaluationed the ee e said it ave
Those ans? Anyin could meats, th te itovement closed facts' nly 2000 ar-ast his b ot-again
S 1 ihi1 into the U.S. Iva cthis route.eer n mte Uted S staLtesr In---- eao S She in b rso nbd
S4r, have o pbeetn opstances of whe flow Fulbright changed share therefore or anoth r se.
X si s s_ s i ^1 I i ssIB 1 f i- --!oaestruction ofe cattle where the anire ti ts? Nearly "You say Winchell has always gave it added circulation (coast to i it 1
l aemals have been beieveds whtose tables both Exhanges discussedd by e report on Amurex Oilk Following the stock's opening (2 hthe t eousndortage o
o tay be laden health Soviet meats 9 and t date) has been con- his broadcast-that stock went finally start w a ok 357
debate. firmed word for word oods n Nearly from 16 to 20 (it was I thinkRussi, It's likely thathare Before the g
AndiB A BBnot BalBae!noyg/..Bt20BnaorbItth The meat e d onuttersd at 1unin oithI I ---o ea rushchev will 'promise large l f
L. "reat Lake point out that all this makes no i quantities of arms and machieryge00 ho
o MR. AND MRS. a's first oil well, etc... $37 to.. I personally didn't do .t
toded .wt Polsh as and UNITED STATES! $. 30 aud headlines this come-on: After th Pantepec story broke all EREd a
,"-p ork in.unnpectedcro(ans.i 'I. se "Here are two more with excel.-records for activity (on any stockBsR
iNot only is oland receiving $2, At las' Friday's session of Sena .lent potentials! ... "Unusual change anywhere) I asked the
00000 I n. casi tfrom us-but tmhetor Fuibright s probe (of the stock speculative opportunity" ... Theysource: "Where'd you get it?"t Witnesses who appear beffe i
illestrate a tvas m nteukSm o ne pa g on othursenatorialcpr bt
nionbelieved-thatweleave our-. "market) my name w e ti cepted m ny others. He grinned. "You wont be an
- Ieves widne open to dSamage iq e Jroawin coFment is to gryhb ? I ouidn. ha v . f e snds s omtme in thems el
i r ., -ed--- Tm~er.put. that n~ews__n_ a sub-l oh 11ouald rul~e. hi ~e u h'dGttep r.Iadho g-zl A
tat revdetion nead--* not a headline??9?? tsha.e. to ive
would hav ade ln 4.ine could declare a stock divided .
ii has never before w au sad ttedl' he .Hral-Tribune 's Wahshign And what hap p ? . .1.
by a Wall Street authority ..% No. top observe was car"lina isso as Jan. 13% A short
the headlines told the MA th at Mg f, He said I told HlstW-.later4 0a Y.
Walter WinehDall was" Fire F @eT to uy I-antepee OF . I My .atm.
For HiEs Srtock Market 'ips" ... neve*l said that about ed ock 6%. ,. 1 .
'Winchell Seuored at eiMate W uiry . The AP UP The P. P.ost. the ~ et
For TI "WliejNug Hd the N.Y. World-Telegram. (and I ,f .8 2-
aehe WahStreet" assume others) fell for "esamaVe
ii w;. wa,,, od na" ,, t -"te,.
Maklq allD ftharehm4 c-te m--bngng zae.._ m
IMP'ie ftdI said that the ateek
Some e a s ."M t a_ that atan the Sn-a
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NO TED L-Gen. oars*d ;06 lO.f ours ,w
'An McAulifu, here of ob allegedpt
m tim ~~otth nwoul u rtz. a on~a .
the of theulgeis Wan It
.... to World War n. he ben nami- The NY .-- P ? _
Ln tsta eao wander of the Sudy ,; ai shn t _buP ... I
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-tt AKNA AMrMICA A Nm g AT MWwRaRU DAD? r nWRA
I'T- LIE VE A WO D-OF IT-Th~ts what U. S. delegate Henry; Cabot Lolge, let, coma
dkng as.he lUstemi to Russia's ArkUdy Sbbolev, righ, during a meeting of the UN Security
umbl BuMi a was foinoli a resolution to brand the U. S. as an aggosar in Formosa.
dw..AhB1CYCtI f BULT FOR-FIVE--Five beauties demonstrate a five-place tandem bicycle
.a an aitto accessory show in Chicago. The bike being shown in major cities throughout the
"-'US., ismanufactured in Holland. Shown on the bicycle, left to right: June Henry, Shirley
Talbott, Lois Markle. Rita Bernard and Jeannie Paradine.
BMi S INVS ADIN0 BVS-If the war against disease by Nationalist Chlnese 4oetors tI
Ve Chiang s men operate,-the Chinese Beds better think twice about invading o
'irji-coad medics at Keelung, Formosa give a group of evacuees from Comnu-. d
.. st=a= W Tachen Islands a dousing, In a nove to combat pestilence. o0
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Witness Says AIbama's Gov. Folsom
Was Party To Vote F raud Scheme'
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., March 10 "
-(UP) -A "singing" witness s i f
aid today he was told Gov. p
aias E. (Big Jim) Folsom
would crose a deal to steal 500
notes from Atty. Gen.-nominee Al-. d
et Petterson, the crime fighter cc
nho later was assassinated in 1C
henix City. c
At two separate but carlonS.
It lated rwled trials the Istory t
of erime in. the raw river town t
of Phoenix ity and its impact d
on the. tat al life of ao of a p
labama was' folding.
In one courtroom, the former a
chief deputy sheriff in Phenix Ci.
y, Albert Fuller, was on trial for
is life in the slaying of Patter-
In the otheo, former Phenix Cl- a
y Prosecutor Arch Ferreil wasr
being tried on charges of stealing
0 votes in i Lngham, metro-
milsom of thesate and a hty 20 a
times the size of Phenix City. Fer
ell faces trial in the Patterson A
murder after Fuller.
Testimony was completed -in
antlers .murder trial yesterday
ifterdoen as the v defense rested
fter- a final effort to bolster the
redibiity of alibi witnesses.
The final arguments were to
begin later,'wlth the state expect- .]
d,,to ask the death penalty. 36 .
While the defense in one court N- ,
tacked the character of witness-
s who placed Fuller at the. .
scene of the laying, three floors .
up at the big white Jefferson $1500 SICOT- The frovo (Otah) high school basketball
country courthouse F o l s o m's temn has a w mascot and -hes probably. the most 'aristocratic
rame came into the testimony, gent in the country to hold down such a job. i He's Juieter's
Lamar Reid, former Jefferson Beautiful Peter, a 14-monthe-old bulldog valued, at $00Si. The
County Democratic chairman, a0-pound beauby(T) is a purebred red' brindle, owned by Dr. Fred
turned state's evidence and ad- D. Kartehner, with whom he's phown. above. Peter. with: a neatly
mitted his role in an alleged perfect showering body, won the only doge show he was -ever
plan to defeat Patterson in a entered Ih.,, is father, who was worth $8000, won championships
primary runoff election I a st in Americo, England and Canada. His, mother won English and
une which the first vote Amerle cl. #mplonships. Peter attends all Provo High's home
indicated Patterson had won. tames. The name of the team' Why the' Bulldog, of course!
Reid, Ferrel and former State
tty. Gen. Silas Garrett all were
ndieted on 'charges of juggling
rotes in favor of Lee Porter, Pat.
person's opponent. 2
Folsom, who at the time hIad 24-ship Building Program
ust been nominated governor in
be first primary, gave his im-
lied support to Porter in the sec-
nd phase of the election. When 5fi
atterson was murdered 17 day.pvsl A o -isn
water and the vote scandals burst,
olson testified before the grand 0 -
ury that indicted the three men
ere for vote switching. WASIIINGT6N, March 10 (UP)I closed plans to convert four more
Reid said he fe 11 in wit h a -The House Armed Ser v i c e s cruisers into guided missile ships
chenae hatched by Ferrell a n d Committee yesterday appro-v e d within a year.-
;arrett to switch 600 votes from an atomic-age. Navy construction The cruisers will be equipped
'atterson to Porter in Jefferson program calling, for three, more to fire surface-to-surface missiles,
countyy (Birmingham). atom-powerd submarines, a fifth presumably with atomic w a r-
Then, the witness said, Fer. super aircraft carrier and con- eads..
rel told him a e0-vote a t e a version of more guided missile The Navy earlier announced
had been arranged in Geneva ships. The Navy earlier announ e d
County, in 'south Alabama, and The $1,317,000,000 program pro- plans to convert two other cruis-
that "Mr. Folsom was the man videos for 24. new warships and 24 era, the Canberra and Boston, to
who would close that transase- conversions. lt was sent Ito the surface.to-uat e., guided missile
don ga -b-er .... ... r House on awh e 3ng to.0 vat oistrati as te, P. si en
FerreL told him, Reid added, after the committee boed 19 tO 3 The .comdtte7n- approved pe .
at "I had' nothing-to worry a- to name the latest of the big 200- gram, for the fiscal year starting
out, and if the election was con. million-dollar' carriers the '"USS Jouly 1, provide for three more
tested it would go to the State Congress. atomic -powered submares.
democratic Committee and that Navy Secretary C h a r I es S. total of sevin has been authoriz-
iey would not go behind the re- Thomas told the committee Mon- ed by ( congress so far.
capitulation sheets." day the new 60,000-ton Forrestal It also calls for a conventional-
Finally, Reid said, Ferrel told class carriers can launch atomic ly-poweied submarine design n e d
im "every political element in attacks at targets moreothan 1000.for pde& missiles and four con-
e state was in favor of" t h e ailes miles away. He also dis- ventonal fleet-type u n d e r a
ite switch. craft
At the capitol ly Montgomer l Con% versions. authorized in the
ry, Folsom was advised of ill include installation of angled
Reld's testimony." A"Hogwash flight decks on six existing, car-
was his only comment. n rsers to handle bigger planes.
Reid testified further that the The committee approved t he
ea:ty of the vote plot from his Navy building plans although leg-
andpoint was t h a t Patterson islative approval actually is not
would still lead Reid's own coun. required.
, Jefferson, despite the shift of 'he object was to bolster the
0 votes in the plan to swing the Navy's case for money to build
tal popular vote to Porter. the big super carrier. Some mem-
Porter. the man defeated by bers of Congress have challenged
tterson would still lead Reid' hers of Congress have challenged
rsont w o n, tllleadResite the need for the carrier in atomic
vn county, Jefferson, despite the g0 warfare.
an to swing the total popular Before approving the program,
te to Porter. k the committee shouted down an
Porter, the mad d*eeated by amendment which would have as
atterson despite the a It Phegni. signed to West Coast shipyards
lt, testified earlier that Phenix ad s much of the authorized new
ty gamblers Hoyt Shep hr d, construction as the Pre silent
mmy Matthews and Godwin night have determined necessary
avis were introduced to him by to keep hssetial yards there tune
:rrell during the campaign. tooning:
He said they gave him $10,0Wn
ten and on at least one other AVailable in *
cassion to use in his race to 25- 60cycle W rtime NaVal
efeat the man pledged to wipe
at the Phenih Ci rackets. COmmander Is
rhe defense sought a mistrial, V-M dId Model 5O C60
t was denied, during Reid's Se r io ly I
licitor Emmett Perry was mak- it, music! O.if the V-M Fiddis has 3.
"inflaiaatory" remarks to the extended-rne speakers... bass reflex NEW YORK, (UP)-Adnm. John
rhe grand jury that returned __amber ... balanced toe- I avy in 1047 after being wartime
vote fraud indictments report- loudness control from 40 to 15,000 cps. r commanderr of the Naval Air
that "politeally pow ertu l" Cho h .1 rikb, gloeuiag mebog~,y or F'orce in the Pacific, was report-
vless elements from Phenix Cl- i/oede uiib alt sams prut, Black or 'd seriously l today in Memorial"
had sought to extend their in- rasss legs opuonal at exua cost. Hospital.
ence over the state and h a d Adm. Towers, a pioneer naval
anced Porter's campaign al. CONVENIENT TERMS .iator and presently president of
ast "mn its entirety." RADIO CENTER the Flight Safety Foundation, en-
' was the climax of "d ir t y COLON Tel 40 illness was -not disclosed. Towers
ities," the jury reported. I _--_, was born In Rome. Ga.
El Panam6 Hotel March 11, 1955
Tickets $1.00 per person
CANAL ZONE POLICE ASSN. BALL
Reservations 2-1277 6.124
(no reservations uiill be accepted after &OO a
ait Lake City
Lunch Room Has
Good Old Prices
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah,
larch 10 (UP)-A Salt Lake Ci-
y lunch room returned its prices
o those of "the good old days"
or today only-and packed the
Beef sandwiches sold for a
ime, instead of their usual 35
ents. Hot dogs, normally 25
ents were a nickel. Beef stew was
0 cents. Desserts were only five
Owner'Bob Herzog estimated
hat more than 7.500 persons
ook advantage of the "good old
ays" price schedule and ate 475
pounds of beef in sandwiches. 60
ozen meat pies, 3,000 hot dogs
nd 240 pis.
The lunch room, called9 the
Orabeteria," is an Institution in
alt Lake City. There are no
eats. Customers stand up and
eed magazines lining the walls
rhile lunehing. No meal checks
re given and payment is made
t a cash register where a sian
eminds that "honesty is the
RO.CHESTER, N. H. (UP) -
Alfred D. Nute. 100 years old, of
tochester has been a freemason
)nger than any other living man.
larold V. B. Voorhis, Masonic
Grand Historian. claims Nutb
Lined Humane Lodge No. 21 o(
lochester on Oct. 27, 1874.
Bwn bW la.g
Products de Madea
ih Ave. f m.m
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ON TIMe IS"A I
i St. Le
What are they talking about? I
No, they're not talking about the Sales. They'redimsoinm :
Burrough's Gin. People who know just how good rely '
food gin is, always try for Burrough's becmus it is O ilp
distilled. It is this extra refinement that make Burrouk' -
S io *oft., smooth sd a te p. . P s.
.:-Drin la...i&a.en.l.*. .. ,, pits |
ploc" in eien hem h 1me cocktaiks.
ewNJOYEor'' $fall tttO,
IT IS TRIPLE DITI.lT I
&&nsa. *mvReS COw., LD Ad. s *ALP .DIay, hrTT"l V 04W sta"ir
.--------- i '*f, --*\
Ask for the
YOU DON'T NEED MONEY It
Just say: "ChUrge It."
.. And rontwsm C
st sign Yourft
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DAILY mEW WSPAF
By OSWVALD JACOBY
"Written for NEA Service
4 82 65
4 Q96 10832
4J 10 4 2 4K873
Walter WinchelI I
I(r.n111) 1'ed from Pnare 2)
tfor the familyY-.tut 2 years ago
.. ti-'eli wteel-chair da.s.
. Fadtor their wbeel-chpir day$.
1 Had I purchased several hun-
uied shares of all the stocks I men-
,,uoned in 54-1 am ,ol(:-he oro-
Sfit would have been almost $300,
000 . So. t,u .ec. I am not the
s.ncker I ap6oar to be.
How about this for the public
iilerest"I . Wouldn t it be dar-
ling for every stock exchange offi
c'al (and U..i Senator) to publicL%
Jist his private interests in the
Before he .assumed public office
Berna, i Barveh mare it a point o01
!'nor to do se So did Sec'y of De-
.O.T EDt The answer to the misleading
6 AK Q 104 headlines is pitifully simple . .
S983 It s rot denied t at I told the
SAK 74 truth . The only complaint (of
6 the Senators ana a lew Wall
Both sides vul. itreeters) is the public reaction to
South West North East me . I cannot apologize for hav-
1 6 Pass 3 46 Pass ing a very Iargq audience (among
4 4 Pass 4V Pass .mneric.ans)-and their confidence
6 Pass Pass Pass and belief in me after 32 years on
V Opening lead-* J the papers and 25 on the air.
pn- g a -- - Senator Fulbright I respectfully
min people would rather steal uzge ou to invite me to testify
e than earn a dollar, ani fGivte o at chance to get in
l tantea n a doa, ban, ie of the story over to the peo-
lue this catg p Y"u probably wuiide.
atelyd for i th, however, he rand equal time" for reply d
unay for Suth, owerhe ny of us ga'e ou the woi t of it
t the dollar and didn't even get on the air . want a chance,
ihe a as a trifle ambitious, please, to match my integrity *and
8nosUy because South had no way publ oe ord against xhany mcm. an
known whether or not Nor of the Stoc Exchange and
.id usefu h cards for him. How. L Senate.
Svqr, the final contract wasn't
completely unreasonable. CBS-TV Drops
West opened the jack of clubs,
nd Souta had his first -problem. t looney s
successful finesse would allow
to discard one heart on the / k O tion
ace of clubs later on. He would -WPAK ntion
then be able to give up one heart NEW YORK, March 10 (UP) -
trick and claim the rest, of the Betty (llonev. sicte-r of popular
tricks. recordingg artist Rosemary Cloo.
-e hapned to lose, r.ey had her option dropped today ,
Sfinesse happened to lose, n Jack Parr's Morning Show o-
erVe, bouth woulc.. have very ver CBS-TV
play for te slam, and .outh Mis. Clooney was replaced' b
My usecided to go up with the Edith Adams who originally had
S clubs been with the Parr show but left
rer next drew two rounds for a Broadmay performance.
* trumps, cashed the top dia-, A spokesman for CBS said Miss
monds. and ruffed a diamund in (,ooney had not been fired, but:
dummp. He continued by ruffing he network filed to pick up a
a low club m his own hand, h b iree week option for her contract
last diamond in the dummy, and ,newal. .;,ss Clooney showed out
the queen of clubs in his own hand. and did not appear on the P a r r
With diamonds and club show this morning. although she
t ripped from both haads, South .. ould have remained for t h1 c
lid the eight of hearts towards tree weeks duration of her op.
utummy. He intended to let this on.
around to East in the hope The spokesman said Miss Ad.
tat West held the ten of hearts, .ms who was on today's show,
! which case the eight of hearts had a different "type of quality"
= foee out a picture card than Miss Clooney.
ftom the East hand ____
Soutlb was fortunate because the -
ten of hearts actually was in the
Weit neid. If East had held the
of hearts, the plan would hve
a n tomatiea y t. u rt MA.KE FRIENDS
t South, West yis & rR fRI E
tto &Y tM t"-of th" ea""
Imyhad to put up the jack
oat m with the queen..
Uof hearts, trapping outh'a
No matter what he did. South
s bound to lose another heart
MrW s no need for South to
e lan the play of th
I drawing wo rounds @me
mpi he should nave led a low
noun towards dummy's Jack. The hostess has visions of her
i would assure the slam if West dinner being ruined and the oth-
I the queen, ler guests starving because the
est would take the queen of Smiths are already half an hour
monds, and dummy would win late. She wouldn't be rude to go
next dianona with the jack. ahead and start serving without
ir, South would cash the ace them.
king of diamonds, discarding! And ten to one the Smiths
low hearts from the dummy. would be on time for their next
rest would, of course, be rasy. dinner invitation.
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MWw#E itfir7 0 1
"There was a phone call-something about a sweep.
stakes ticket you had! I told him our tickets were for
the basketball game and he hung up!"
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EASY CHOICE-It's not too difficult to select the prettiest face
in this group at Miami- Beach, Fla. Posing beside a pile of
coowaut "faces" is Esther Claire, a former "Miss Miami Beach."
EAST ASIATIC COMPANY
'q ANNOUNCE THE SAILING OF
CRISTOBAL TO NEW ZEALAND
ON MARCH 16th
(Single rooms available with private bathrooms).
C. B. Fenton & Co., Inc.
Fenton Building, Cristobal
TeL Cristobal 1781
C. B. Fenton & Co., Inc.
Terminal Building, Balboa
Tel. Balboa 1065
Roll of Musle
EIHu.TKI N WLL W ANE ? .. I PKMMVVDETAVs wiTm MEt
fEV YOU NCR AND WARM UNTIL HER PARENTS CAN TAKEOVE R
LISI THE AMIRLA.NCgHE'S SADLY Mu T, ISN'T SHE?
5B AL VIMNZEK
He Come s E~quf
AND B8 R ig tOas
Where Did You Gei That Hat?
or IDGA* MlARI't
WBY IITsiP bTt!Iss
oI JAIr MuAlJ
On the Move
MAJOM aOaLBOUOT Ottv WA1
ASTOU DING, BHM, BANIWER BiWJMi
NorM now TA RoitCwui #Thnm .
PROPg-6 AIR FROM TAO .LLOt1
UP THROUGH A PUCT 10 WAFT A
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were first Mrst Kr GNMrray.
with Mrs. W. Pollak' s.ond,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Glk. nhaus;
third, Mrs. An ILDavis,. with
Mrs. -V. Boey;. fourth, CoL Q W.
KDunib with MI.. . Brady; fifth,
Mrs.. A. Little with Mr. J. .Leo
Games start at .seven O'clock
-A U L
jEANr,:~ f Ll CREATE ILLUSION' of broader shoulders. It
uebtUqha l _ep with unusual builds can wear unpadded tropical
worated suits witihut looking pinched. The fellow at right wears
a soft Wool "worsted with faint horizontal graining pattern
through the datk gray. His friend (left) wears a warm-toned
medium gy tropical worsted with a pattern of reverse twist
yarna. s lapel are notched, making the shoulders seem
',,A S.r; s and. e ae a l i ft od P! I 't e
.ar ordinbow i t o ook pis
Cristobal Assembly No., Order Lift U
.-" of..'. oth ,A ibow fo r. Girls wia 8
S. .."a da B o w tmao l me eitog. it 9mr -
e you "eh10. at ep.m., t th ee
ob eI Masonic Temple. riless D e rt
J M.Wlny, Worthy Adv i s o.r. -
A Easterne Stars and stel(ALdn a.venuee feature March rans.
s h horo a M lAd central on Colonrd t mar tsea ed i e
ISEahrf RTubheea miual Rummaecof e Sale of
SgNval, District mthe eting a the mr ava i ens that eon's i
SChUaters ietey re she wes a vlue; Cl Unt, we ll this mn ead St. Jn u
4. "a T h B ta - ..a. . -t -h tb"r o M re e ad .e on S; o 29 .B u t
dor Mrrice d Chapter. Spring Ruh Prt s 2:30 m. day, March a homas one ot w he teve
For ubm' mbers and friend- bring pSturdayled D i (The Twolofn),
St home in Margartae. r um3ge to the club bildlag op wasmeat Witthtem owen Jesus
aii rm o ea .su rt C feeo s .. m ao. venue before March we .
a :Mr. R. W Rubel wasM i s t of The ale will take place at 12h Numerous people.I talk with
as ea IShonor af a coffee given 6 Mrs. and Central Avenue, Colon, often ar bothered with religlour
r Jon L. 'Sugar at her home In her w eting of th t no
erra. ty He d .t._LS t doubts. I am alwah s glad to talk
et p Iwsn t tet .on acv duty w t hi lranta, uesd rning. Naal Wives' Club over these dqubt because ion-
ti nte t-at a- servi ng Mrs. Rubli leaves soon for a Sema al tion f ffice eat doubt is us ually an ndica-
4 aval tcm- tlo Sta State side vacation. wil follow the ar u bonr tion that ivn I f h exists n
elmg *Who.the, 18 Naval DIstrt. meeting of the Naval Offiers that persons f Thomas was
SBeta. apter es oWives' Club to be heldthis month cottut doubter.
The Beta Sigma p Crstobal a ,he Ft. obb Officers' Cb Where was he on Easter night.
ba lor Marrice And Chapter Sping Party wan day, March and why was he ot with them
] a. ..nk Mo a m o t .e -, ,ary rs. .J. db
t wides condKuctedin EngH e M et a himself. Whether you react to
Sr i homei-BatlNa c Tuestday abetwern .and 11M C aiBie es ehir Cist nosttively .In rntaigt, or
The olw am. The will be held at the n doubt the source
ts Ottea tinarea of ancdroups for Spanish spewag studeo- ll hld by e Ot ambo os each lies in our being the kind
S,..w- Co This treai dents. pe dLocw ih -0 CEC ot person Thadl tre-he reaction
erd.ti, brwase li hwi l'" MI s. Smith wy1Tbe cglad to talk uorrowat, .m..n he of a negative t pta.ent. How
e' -'. to those PlanniB g to enroll ha nd a r. tor' e an ch a temperament be r
She,.* p ,g., *tlol teapc thia call her at P- Rew' l -on fesnc with Gov. changed? u as
was ,ol.., 4. 'thee mo n $ 4 k h' ss enoo e a
"""" n a a1 avil Defie t ,Aor thenw and n t i ,
t Pr st Mr e ro. MMer-ostef y teenhule oft will be hd st thed fo My, and it Gs. deo-
Maagesad e-- ed hostess at 4the Balboa, Club ,o r. with them." and Thomas cannot
t, arrived o-. Panama yetrr ecently. Mh aS,. LouIse owe believe. "Thomas with. them"
NotJ1 t11e0ds, on a busoess Mrs. Marie Bennett was the ie be Thomas has to bedrieve be-nih
S. . presiding officer at the business Di nl a he ee he "Christ th ere.the
MWr. O 1. c.ttal meesg. Plans woewe discuss eonr. hmAS UR --ntr e Whant where fath s doubt? be
iai, cllMt ,o'a mp e in tse near future n 1 od grant that it ay ladad you.l
"rid "lst-Twey it' present waetre Mrs Ma Ci s., r
e ea -s Ruth Strs Editth itp. bM a. Lo'e Roe, T6no
at v I th Vossl Vern Boe, J rn of Col on, collapsed and
eir anMr. arf2tfwePa- Mr. doue, Anna Pswet, eise di suddenly at her home las
uij*ki 'I ,.4 rasTh oste panifh th ealboa, wlbh ...e.Rhe l ob h witfofeach lies. iourgand. thm G kindoT
ivfroFw"la.moodenrnkugetesseMrs. Maude t. nnettA.M.Maerc h.. wad 73 hyea od. d ou was ov inced
.i..s ",. M.tfE .r Smiths d6 hbe adoss tl hae aervLoca w0ll e clon- csi e there
herr. efii toZ... b S" d erviceC toenter. a em r e be
oh e all, 1d tco toeelanin- g tWl.ebrn old ba. tomor Io tpa 'th eoufa ne Ctivd t dCeum toa t ea. huro
S.s ng. a n MWtld EWntertalr as wi oow in Mlun t Hope c nm- eeat to i
JISAY-81'th( In*-v A G Mas ?datnda11 hoCis starffvld wby her (
do oA t lI t% nangl.-pareseubnwilT theea iro ivnshusb/aand.ia ch-dren, John. - ko o
ei ttok place to- Canasta Group with a kingheon mt David (1 U.S.), Wdifted and
Rtoe # thM rl. Sih mr LO, eric that le -Id o ie mgrOadhg, dr i h f ISthe. Listen
ear a r Annato enoll, ndt s ,seter. hlveralny h e- frientods and
W, a SU Al. Vic- 1- as hosteslu at, te alboat, -lnlubly d with them" andThomasrcannot
.Panamaeseor -Actyr Msa Losu ie.Rb .e ir Ttice with chldre t g of birds
andrThomrs baapto belie. e
41 Pr r oI&Mr.Ndaneradm&I,? Iw C olon H thn Mnt oe f oemuon..eeIstleTha tgath
psidingofficThe erattheu b us ie se treatyWillbe ie.thatI e osees w the isepto tere.
pre .rsentMerecM an. 1ia.t f s yosee e t
At u~ag ~mu Rtu.theBl, tasEdthe lu.bwthso. oie oeJaand rn "- .."cno
,,ryo CANl ,h, antd- QIntl.
m .... es inMics sta wslihI I I ll beco n-
M I r I r Maudincusrte -e b e a3y caUrs old.68I oh
I. t4. in.Il"olonofunt o leh itoe
a Vo, t herBiqk Jar.y r t of n h e ch in l dr e, tohan.
Pa- Anna ANeM ..PGwialunceont udenlyt U bS), Wlfr'e land
m, a eg o h M ae ilhno hr her Peg-r,- ." "Me va ye ars.oa de
MN4JPNstA om heLhmein onoro trsitr1fodGyeMs.Uk Da 0n we ine
Lk bLoor t pknt7-4Jvs Y. o o U.,I ogto
Wagadhlre / se
A- -. "J- ".,L :. -
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t^TT^."i'L i^- < -* .>. 1 '.- * -
And with a long time to think
things through, a great many di-
vcrce-bound husbands and wives .
would come to the conclusion that I
"It was partly my fault, tod." It
t.ikes time for any aggrieved mar-
riage partner to get around to i
where he can see that he made a --
few mistakes himself. I
It's a pity that our divorce laws I
don't require a "stmmeribg'-down I II
yaer." For in a year of living I
apart a lot of couples who once
knew they loved each other would
undoubtedly find out that Buried
Sunder boredom, hurt, anger and
m a.n M onl na misunderstandings the love was
Vejlahjle ^ m Sou- Is A Sub- Even though it isn't required by
Istnla Fa Mea W "law, any couple who were once
---- ---- eahappy together, ut siJe nOw ready
By GANR MADDOX .o cal it quits, ought to preIcribe
NEA l iad aniiId Markets EdIitoAr slmmeringown year for
..A .eo and Markets Edi. themselves. A year is not so long
One oflh favorite .foo experts, if marriage can be saved for
Helen Gdrich of Lo" Angelesa: .etime.
rent us this smooth and substan-
tail soup reeip. It uses crisp cel- A Conan -Doyle's
cry for a, garnish l tesd of thq
usual crouton |
usual crouton. Son Dies In Indiao
Vegetable Cream Soup .
(Srves 4) ROMBAY, India. March 10
(1IP) Denis Conan Doyle. son
Two chicken flavored boull. of str Arthur Conan Dovye, ar-
Ion cubes, 3 2ups bailing water, thor. of the famous Sherlock
1 cup carrot cubes, 1 cup celery Holmes detective tales, died at
bes, 1/4 cup minced onion, 3 ta- Mysore yesterday.
Ulespoons butter or margarine, UA
c, flour, 2 cMt's mmik salt an Doyle had been suffering from
repper to taste *2 cups Ameri high blood pressure for two
can Cheddar cheese (processed months.. .
type), thinly cut celery and pars-. a wife. the former Russian.
ley for garnish PlnbeaM Nina Mdlvanl. was at
his bedside when he died.
AJ;..-U 1-. 1_ .!1_ UUU_UU 1-D III Ow-1------
eD,1 vi e uuuiuon cuoes in boil-
ing water. AJd carrot and celery;
cover and cook for 10 minutes.
Cook onion in butter or margar-
ine in heavy kettle. When onion
ii. tendeo,,bul not brown, blend
;n flour. QraftlyUy add milk, stir-
ding constantly until thickened.
Add bouillon-vegetsble fixture,
BRtTNSWtrK. Me. (ITP) -,
Merchant Alfred M. Senter Is wag-
ing..a ats Agaipst.luti comic
tbook in a" rvt 'wit. He gives
an illqstr t Bible story to
uirring occasionally. ioungsiersi wU Turnu u uuJo; jecua
able comic books at his store.
Season with salt and pepper.
Heat but do not boil. Add cheese
and stir to melt. Serve piping hot .
Lopped with a spoonful of crunchy.
thilvr cut celery and sprinkle of W ..A W ONDER
pars ey. NUW.,,A WUNDE
From New England, home of
the cranberry comes this varia-
'ion on the baked apple theme: I EATMENT FOR
Cranberry Baked Apples
(Yield: 6 servings)
Six tart fresh baking apples, %
cup raw fresh cranberry relish,
cup sugar, i up water,
cup raw fresh whole cranberries.
Wash and core apples. Starting
at the stem end, pare apples %
way down. Place in. a 10x7x2-inch
baking pan pared side up. Fill
renters with the raw cranberry
relish. Boil sugar and water to-
gether about 5 minutes. Add cran-
berries and pour over apples.
B1ake 25 minutes in a preheated
hot oven -4J3 degrees F). Remove
cover.. Bake 15 to 20 minutes oq
until tender, basting with the syr.
up 2 to 3 times. Serve cold, topped
with the jellied apple and ecran-
berry syrup which forms as the
byrup rydnd the apples. cools.
HEAR YE HEAR YE
Competent consultants to
fit your every hearing need
Instruments to fit every
ring sounds you have Jong
with ease to normal con-
relatives, the laughter of
far away churchbells yes
nce loved but may have
muak. I. dse P.
Tels. 2-236 ft 2-3M
I F: IA:
5% -. .4
Now-you don't have to let nature
rob you of a pretty skin just when
you want it the most.
When a girl need to look her
prettiest, nature seems bent on
gher complexion. Skin sd.
denly bis to develop ovepective
oil glands. At the same time it
seeins to get sluggish about throw-
ig of the everyday accumulation
of dead skin l. When these
tiny, dead flake build up into a
layer over the pore openings-
there's trouble ahead. Enlarged
pores and even blackheads are on
Teday Pond's reomm-ntis this
graspeless treatment for the four
mel., prbblos youn skin"
-o*llnes, uglslhness, enlargeP
pores and bladdad. It' quik.
's easy. And it works I
elers sl... naften
SMn MI. ae-cover fsee, -
ftls#8,.Mith avish l.Mita
Ue .anerly Aldero ee ,d.-
temure.SM howit l fqreb .
ysr skia feelb.._. muesh
ems-be ,cBar l 1- H^- ^
il MI-NN Yer Coald P.
There would prbably.be a lot
fewer divorces n this country If
couples who think they have come
to the martin of the ways were
M 'red to" part for a year
eore suing for divorce.
This erieed "imamer ia-dowa
year" would' undoubtedly give
many couples especially og-
married ones-an opportunityto
get a calm look at the situation.
They'd ponder not only what they
are ready to give up but the kind
ot life they are so certain would
be better than what they have had.
In a year of liing apart, hurts,
humiliation, differences of opin-
ion would begin to shrink to norm-
al size and to look not so much
like insurmountable objects as like
/tumbling blocks that could have
been gotten around.
'In a year of living apart, the
satisfactory things about a mar-
nage would be remembered, the
takes-for-granted mutual depend-
ency would be missed.
"My Fault, Too"
"r N t. No. 11
Phones 2-238 2-336
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BIRDS EYE FISH!
DeUcious, tender Haddock, Cod, and Pewh k.-
Cleaned, flleted, quick-from immnediatly after .
the catch. There's absolutely NO WA Every- .,
ounce is upper. iah-eating...yu'll love "IRD ,.
EB.FFISH Bah tded, We ipil-ny of thee.
fillets is a .
S.' red in your ommissr'
and cheddar cheese
that's sure to loasel
itt Now you ea uet~ils wa
dwful soup w yagr flm mel
CaapbI. Voiaw Sm/ca p.
tfri tfs4aver or ttircape
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V PAAMA AMMICAN AN
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR
:ES AT 57 H' I ET '
ES AT 57 H" STREET,
SI St trel Ny. 13
4th of July Ave. & J 5L
Just.-A' mmesIU Ave. and 3 St.
FOR SALE:-4-burner gas stove,
excellent condition. Call 2-1259
We Have Everything office hours.
To Keep Your Lawn
Toand rden Beautiful FOR. SALE: Uph9lstered ma-
Dinthe Dry Season. hogany living roor set, like new. -
1 $ 20: six upholstered mahogany .
Tools chairs $4 each; baby high chair
a 1001s $5. Call Cristobal 3-3220.
Sose .. FOR SALE:-Metal extension to-
InsectlCides .ble and 4 choirs, mahogany
a Srayers wardrobe with mirrors,. cor heat-.-
Sprayers er. 718-A El Prado. Balboa, 2-
a Wheelbarrows 3448. .-
Econo Soil Spray FOR SALE: Double Bed with
SFertilizers new Mattress $48, Wardrobes
C ..--l,,,B $25, Bureaus $18, Dining Tables
Sprinklers and Chairs $49. China Closes
o Fungicides $25, Sofas $59. Desks $22 Liv-
ing Room sets $149 Guaranteed
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC. Gos Stoves.69, Rockers 4.50.
'!J;U r1We deliver With LOW down pay-
279 Central Ave. Tel, 3-0140 ment. HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE,
41 National Ave. (Auto Row),
Phone 3-4911. We pay cash for
"KEEP SMILING WITH your old furniture.
CHIROPRACTIC" FOR SALE:-Beautiful mahogany
huIlkAIIA fiitI I "dining table, six chairs; buffet.
/(IKI tOPlUK] Priced to sell. 0550-A Chagres
Dn.A. e OalLLAC Sreet. .--4-4.
>sle Graduates n .
.Toe u*I Wanted Position..
12 IA Canmqullm
Cen I' Ave. m 4
FARMACIA EL BATURRC
NO. I 5tev7 -FIaM
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth
Fordor sedan, radio, heater, di-
rectionals. Clean throughout. "
Reasonably priced. Lt. Liebowitz,
Albrook 3114 or 7114.
FOR SALE:-1952 Singer f(Red).
excellent condition. Coill Balboa
2441, Bayono Street Q586-D,
FOR SALE:- 1950 Pontiac
Streamliner Hydramatic 4 door
sedan, $575. Albrook 723S.
FOR SALE:-1942 Dodge truck
chassis, i tons. Phone 1541
FOR SALE:-1947 Nash Ambas-
sador Club Coupe. Overdrive, 2-
tone. blue, good oppeardnce, good
tires, good motor. A good buy at
$345. Balboa 2-2303, Mr.
Bradnack, Internal Revenue'Of-
FOR SALE:-Unusual opportuni-
ty! Austin-Healev, new, 1,100
miles. no abuse. White with red
upholstery. Cost $2.850. Sacri-
fice $2.450. Taking Stateside
delivery of another. Phone of-
fice: Curundu 5219 or 2238.
FARMACIA tOM Mi LEWIS WV1CE
roatw& of Aw i A!V A. TIlT" *.. ..
Agencia Internua do Pi."l"TW FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDO8
4s C tA U Af* :.F .. 4 C,,-Aa,
FARMACIA LUX FARMACIA VAN.DER-DIJ8
VENETIAN BLINDS. Recondi-
tioring service. Motchstick baori-
boo drapes and curtains: Call
Robert Cowes 2-3003 or 3-4904
-in the evening. Products de
Madera, S.A., 98 Central Ave..
Dr. WENDEHAKE Medical Clinic,
209 Centrol AVnnue. beside
Capitol Theatre. Phone 2,3479,
DEYING: shirts, suits, dresses,
rugs. All kinds of textile. Tropi-
cal Creaners. Via Espava 830.
Tel. 3.-0871. Branch 24th Street
East and Central Avenue. Tel.
MONEY TO INVEST: From
$5000 to $100.000 in good se-
curity. Write to Box 3616 Bal-
boa, Canal Zone.
FOR SALE:-60-cycle generator.
KW 0.52, Amp. 6.4, 80/100
volts, belt driven by 1-hp. 25-
cycle 110/220 motor. Phone
FOR SALE:-Bees. Small apiary
with all equipment. Tel. 6-225.
*'1 FOR RENT
ot tag as...
AGES, on. m
C Low rates&
Wl V m Clara Bea
CoTjijOTipflgj a, refrigeratil
2p Bolboa 305
B ppments for rent
Sani*Jora. Phone Balboa 36
FOR, RE*':-Cholet one be
* root, livlinl-dlnilg robin, kite
on, Gneoal Jose de San Me
tin No. downstairss.
.1 V .A%&b
,Awe, b 41 I
7 --I ." : ,-
S- "| "
ATTNTIOM 0.1.1 Just built
modem furnished plrtpW*|l, 1
2 bedrooms, hot, cold WWer.'Tel.
-FOR RENT:-furnished and un- FOR SALE: .-A l _.ry
.--. fulnshed 2 and 4-room modem good cr.ndilon, $ 2 P2osition Offe
ch apartments. Contact ,hamrd 5 341-C Diqblo Heights, ae, 4 P.o M0 '
o, .Apartments. 10th Street, Phobe p.m. . .
Ga. 1386, Colon.' W A ..ub. WAN'TED: h- S l 1 farn
S.......... .. ..:club. Good for 400r."
FOR RENT: Cool comfortable FOR D CA/ e ted umn rem
1Ie one-bedroom apartment, suitable IVFI r AL.- Stre, Nit e.
.. for couple or small family. Celle
Dorlen No. 7..Alply Phone 2- .. eal te -
1455, 8:30-.uJ:30 oa.m., 2-4 .'
-ch p. m. .., FOR SALE--lIndlivlduol or- group
chn, inves meAt. Lndscoped and fur- MC U ,
0. FOR RENT.'-Modemrn and prop- nished Sanfa Clra Beach road'
--" early screened apartment,' house houses. Portially financed. Act WANTPEPj, r; S.moa ,
at No. 61, 4th of Jul# Avenue. W. quickly. Balboa 3050. tires uitblejw .rn Aruictf
81 T. Lum. RNfONS4TRCe .
"--.--'-i-'-"NAL, Aw. Perut No. 7. Ph bi*I
"-- FOR RENT: -, Apartment, Sop CfQ J E T 2-0406. '
Francisco 13th Street No. 21. FI i,. EIN R L N ---- .
FOR RENT:-Aprtment, bed- M- sce AbeeO,. W ANTED
rooms, hot water heater, Mer- J i J -
- vat's room. Ave. Cuba No. 58. FOR RENT: Office in n i Apal aeI t --'
id- .Phne 3r3329 ir 2-1227. building, Central Avenue No. 28.
h- Apply Abadl Hermanos, Phone URGENT:-a-Arierlcan family, no
ar. / OR RRNT:- Furnished aport- 2-0487. children Oipettwould like model
ment, refrige qtor, gas stove. Vie ern two-bedrom apartments h *'
-- Espq a, last house.iffore Juan .FOR RENT:-.Lot of land in the. second floor a *o-story .aai'rt'.
Franco. .. city, $30, factory-shop; large) ment house near El Ponaaomif, I
Spat'-E. -' one on the outskirts, well, elec- tel. Phone or .write Mr. L vering
.,rFumish,~ .drt- tricity, $45. .Phone 3-0471, A- 2.0772, Apartmdo. 1174, Pjna
I l BI LA IN I.. -.... - -,- . r. .... *" .. ... FOR SAE IO goo Ie 'JX I 'rcm,_iurin i-iii __rwi oJnros jrtodo I04L Ponewn p --"
FOR SALE: 1951 Plymouth FOR. SALE: 10. good toddle -u -- frequeri trensportatron. Moder- Pa
SPOSITION WANTED-20 years Station Wagon %,th overload horses. Can be seen at Panama FOR RANT: -- Small room and ate rent. discount by contract. ,
"Inur In experience, auto. ports -manage- springs. Excellent condition. Ideal Riding School. Phone 3-0279 t be- beh, t entrance. Phone 047
,, meant. Accounting, General Busi- for Interior traff ic. A Ft Kob- tween 3 and 5 p m. i r eo re I a 3967 i
Sur' insurance ness experience. Lloyd. Box 93. Ke. Phone 84-$ 137. n FOR. RENT: In EI 'C ong rel to.
conSiRct- Colon. N CFOR SALE-Purebred Dalmation FOkRENT:-Best located fur- modern screened apartment, 3 NCAA- TOURNET A
AGMNCIA8 JIM RIDG R E Coach dog) puppies, 6 weekHous n1i2 hed room. Splendid for couple, bedrooms, maid's room, 3 baths
Phone Panm 2-0552 GRADUATED NURSE offers her .FOR SALE--'49 Ford V8 Tudor old. Prices reasonable. House Al'moden conveniences. No. 13 hot water, balcony. garage. Call (I st Rdund)
Ith of July Avenue No. 14-28 service in Private home!. Phone Sedan, good condition. For infor- DeLesseps. Phone 3-1786. 43rd Stfit.' 2-3483 or 2-3486.
D L -:--, -and2 3-5:00 If-2406.. motion call Los Rios 2-3446. ELaSalle 95. West Virginia 61 Mmim ,.'
rdaD 6:63-:68 to 1100 ISan Franciso 89; West Texas 6
satrde: t: 1 I .--.-------- FOR SALE: Complete equip R anSCO Wet Texas o r i I
ment for operating a bakery rearquette90Mm (Ohio) a79'
freshment parlor, restaurant or arqett MacisIW6 (BA-- (oerOie)9
n zone Dental Polyclinc Powells Clinches Second Half o Marl (okell Macia Wha2BA Ca282. 73.enS t b Air e
Dr. C. E. Fibrega D.D.S. FOR SALEt-Frigidaire, 7-cu. ft. TA I.M l Capslus 73. Williams 7 aM art ei.,b -
tr-bride r A No. 3A-51. Apt. 5 Bradley 69, Olalhosa City 5 wald, at the B i JWB,.dlty,
i/le 20th Ove Prace Nearly ,new condition. B Ave.T. ,
Gn Pra. Inc r.< l scII U Prin U e 8 n Vy R. r. l ar S e oAN FRANCISCO, March 1" Seattle 80. Idho Saturday mornig at 3
ve(thtJly) Ave.2A2R SALE26 1:1D R. a- .I I Jt ll (UAD po. 5eMP) Raul (.tan) Maca. i 1 This exhibit is arra ed J co-
( iei Ancon school Py Nro.nd) Hammerlund Super Pro, 550 to ot MEtco lat night punched NALA OU operation with the Can Zo
Telephone .l-PDnINGma.S 20,000 kilecycles, h igh gain OAELAND, Callf., 1trch. .opt an l1th round techale Lea e
S. STANDINGS dropped a single in behind third shortwave converter to 38 mego- (UP) Prp~oter Jil my M knockout e.v dhaaMlli. l d (Fl
S" base for the only P.tl' lit and cycles 25 or 60-cycle, 1.2-inch y annied todaa -ktrat of''- i.n. A] Oresent *t thel o
S, Atlantic twilight pasebal Hi gley came ar d to score, speaker, electrIcI e n cab.- MaStDoj 1 veraon o the woribain ine ( anc e
CANAL ZONE LDIE on Lstt. Gin sto d. With ine Phone Balbpa .oky M14rp o ii h e e
i DSof s"'kill,:a. ..PoweUs. .Mb IL ofhAt .t .ee ; 1 FOR "SLE:-1. d an .. brask the offle the org
A of beauty or Navy.......... 3 a .r .aer, Mola tetn i.nee f K fishes', u t ,X -a aro jme p .-..... .or li l (a .h u. t
S M C A C.H.S. .......... 5 .286 ptcesget away rom him and pis, English ond S ias o' aa Kesabr Stdum. .' aeal, h i, rdtf Aan '" SSE Ow dwhoa tIto
Y. he Was Mow. In retv Nav 141141 11111 117 odh(o
SCasanovas ...... 1 5 .167 when e wan alow In retrlving Z h n on s and b i.- we a 1 Attc ; -
1 b the s balund Giobson d cameoalle th way d change pock. tbok .t Murray aidhe e t ts t d twiceinthe e1thand e n .
S l sTuda's Re ult around rom second to score the Acuario Tropical. Phone 1-541 1. fl-round bout ill draw. T- llast round before r hWem s Fred South Matel. MOki. '120, Middle o Mr. and ra. Walter J. .Os-
-l _.Powerlls 2 Navy 0 second run of the game. od Ox peron and gr s a mUlen Aportol finally popped thoe Tennl. 7l. , wald, of ockford, I. He I.s t.h.
ed 't. Tonight's h C amhe (7:0v p.mo.) d AFOR SALE:: Bargaoins!.Koda- on...oie. fibon a lly-oP lit. ren. rteelved an W_..terf.n l l .- -Egir 60 1 educated in the field o
S / C.S.Vs- aVy plays Tonight aA space 8-rmm. projector like new; lIht count for ee knock- Kirkavlle Mo 8, Georgetown nto further h form educa.
Oiur b W in cTtomorrow Gm (7:30,jn). Tomorrow r : :rirollroger; t moooc r. ka ie C y, ve l in hia ahos fe
1O V I CaBanovas s avy wer echmats btoic sl; mnet le z Ba SkballF A capacity '. Wa ol oI,BM Arkansas TeN H" h.ew Haven \ charge o th U.
;a I--- y '' The N av nine may still enter- wood modern dining room table h |I1- *w= "av,--- .ammed the Cow Paflae for (ConK .) 0 7L Ahmed boree s ,o-. ....
They a vyrd n e m modern .diningrAmeoomh
S m By Trevor Simons tanhopesof diup'the sec- with extension boards and six f -- Ji AIIL "o bout. C _i L
A6thl Ihvy Lo p / i, Beyond any. shadow of a doubtond half of play docked ith ca. Call Panama 3-2260 or r- e t, who
SV L best ame of the At welTo do so they must first o. three o. in painting n w
ti--c Twi-loop was pyed4 Mt. score winsover brsitobail Highi i_ I IA land itthe^S ffNN.ET .. .. ; als, now work'. er ta,.
SHope Tueday niAght. The game School and Casanvas twice be- I iI the Wert In the e divroNi iR ) using pen and ik peei
n owwn a rler..ned binh pow- aore S meeting r tPowes I ithe final ,i .andS anFrel 0s.-M Utah-(sing. D'n in .il
St or A h r was a crucial one in h o t he owel te thifor aing DIZTYa uno C the West. In the NIT. It's Nia-
Caga o ro ne ,lsoe o pe the. m-ane.oDthe season next Tuese- terDuquesne and tt. Louis NYC CoBymun ty 9PT]EVa S7N, o1 0.h n. D,
!e seWverst napos ud i onlYN owner, atthe mio hnBy STEVE SNIDER.dyDnaytn.I (Colo.)7t in Phls, a
selfvesin w sorst o he e at ,the dneo..n. The 1955 tournament champs East Central-Miss. 52, Jackson- .
ntie at the end of the second half. Tnigh gme fetoemethoseatures C M. i F h e
.. vey wast cm d e apetlt o d at h ha m AdizzyseasonR Rof college b key showdowns. The guess is Eveleth (Otn) 6 vot of his t
vy wasf trying desperat y ouand the vy dpat prior to thei -a..
s ketball ends with a diy pro- LaSalle and Niagara even though (Iowa) 50 (2 overtlmes). Marh Na w a trd e a tther c, apo r i
nned its sixth Leagie bas-1 place them in a dontending po-|Powel lastua,, hd _. l IIT 0p diction LaSalle to repeat as San Franclsco and Duquesne are Phoenix 60, Joliet (Ill.) 51 art, Oswal enhus0asU
I4ball tdyn coach crotoea"tec- -dmro. wn NCAA champ and long shot Nia- the Xavorlte. Hannibsl Lre (Mo.) 100tOapner.
klan(CpPy) -arpornprn ahtheyhadwno n tic54"i- wthdam to'2winovyrtati "PACIFIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE ar totriumphIn the National ILaSalle and Ketucky stay' TylerexMorisn
invitational tt eet the semIifiDlnC Beal
the TIgera will ,roie up The results was a brilliant on March ,.w*M uhg. the Second Hali" dis t. at Kansas City March 1s, itfialbe Arkansas City(K.) 58. Mc- ,
sometInentirelydifr- pitching duel between Navy's lda who set the Navy back on TeamsWon Lo LaSalle and Tom Gola rank d a Kancy a te o arg en
against La Salle in the Jim King and Powell's ace Noel their ears an that HS win, will Womack Distilleras 3 2 nobetter than third nationally by10 polntsearlierin the yeaio wi mtaA -
.A.A. tournament.,Gibson, the winningest pitcher be .chiduled to take to' the hill Amer Lion 3 2 n Santeran tid K-a Kentucky. a'5Goa-
in- theloop. Gibson succeeded in onc1 m for tonight's^ l. KLucky Strike 3 lucky. Niagara is nowhere In the
tormin, from behind tIn the scattering 6 Navynhits, struck"out, 7461st Signal 1 4
nd half, princeton took thenine and dug himself ut of Navy hasn.,ot yet announced rankings, n less. you count a ,6t
npil last night by aitl' of tight spots In applying their starting choice, but It Neat Games Sunet March 1 pla .tie. i
rtlumbia In a special the whitewash to Navy. It was certain that from this point onl 1:- 1.A. But both have the' height
ersitgym. a one for the Navy who cannot il ones under tournament COALL 5 dl
offil. w6-6, in the luterslqs ninth win-tof the seaward every gart tlme will be a "big" 1st Game -" .k Y7461 4styl eu andth deir tow ..he.to i
.- ttor the lwasjt sre tcher, 0 jnl edo--afford another low which would2nd Game AmercS an Leglo -t nd they're e p a in a U i iI
.'e triumph was.theastrve a. h befate .the means to 't e 1955 Attlantic is. Luo Strike. hunh ores .i
in anIvy Legn race that w o was. eted out to ight League crown. ThehnIfoh erly
.,_ feI "iaThe it "----.t.oes.welln. the early ... ....
mwt a Princeton, ColunIbla him. For aX ingsthe Nav wells team will .be pulling f aor' LuckyStrike battled 7t461t rou nda finals fi ure to *ap
tie for the. crown atwasIn bi b nthe moundthehave so-well darted this before pushing. a~go I run to NCAA La. Salle -Ove San
w-_.[ .the regu a d san.duel'f.Kigw e14 Poweus SeMnand, make the. latter take the.flrst 00 .b6.a double-.l 1 .1 .
te dlona e tournament at io tte aness. woithnly one a.hit w champions m. on header last Sun-day. '2 to I and .......A
-71, In the firstayf Innadditlo to which he was ne- rrgow eaE" the Legion dumped the league N -Niagaraover'Dy
"..*-. .'slon^. until the fateful 7th in'-'h th.eon aft risetinto a-tI a likely.to appear ,.earlier FO R E N ;.: NOT BURN t
S.for last tabit Oto bater in any trouble as he coasted leading Womack$ 9 to 4 to tlBt the real key games oam "
ill the~vy L I M ch~ a lng-! une the hero of the n-gnt. Lou :, f the world. raee Bim th eeInkie l y to. a ..a .. r- rli 11 1 .eI. .. '. rAl J-.
eional tournament ato the wildness. With one --recrd --with- mpoetion'oifnng.igort in a Ught Wae s du d el
u alks I The well locatedntheo th NOT SC.UFF
"" "i "oc e Hal. a "" B".Th ra brothers ranch, '"was n ... "l" ad-
thevLeaW cha--ame the hero of the night. Lous thewId.'- rightby Owenterand.. .. wN
AS on they tied with,* only hits by Signal and Conrad onuare test : '
gith IWa..a.-.National ASIC A
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Tony CURTIS Gloria de HAVEN
Genea NELS6 torine CALVET
Merle 60BRON Richard TODD
"THE CAINE MUTINY"
wlth tMPERY BOGA3T
J FRRKR Van JOHNSON
"THE BAMBOO PRISON"
with Robert FRANOIS
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VEN ANSA "UN'"
HO Y Senate Conmmleei
,n, T.V 1100For Supreme Court
i JetlMW i WASHINGTON March 10 (UP)
-The senate Judiciary Commit-
S, e voted 10 to 4 yesterday to ap.
.. -- robe .ohn MarshaP Harlan as a
.... .. Thi s jI< an Merlin. Aboutthi c horu amber '0 the Sdpreme Court.
_i nD A) sTri whocashed a check hher ti been gg
w Wealthy boy friend a edit snfePresldq n
It'm. yain "oodt y Mr. acrk marked "InmsufficintM FUN.ubmiltted it last November.
C mart e r.- Chairman Harley Kilgore (D
ith the:Adn a due Exclusively YoUr Lpda Chris. W.Va.) said he hopes the Senate
h 0, the tii couldn't be, tisn's saying she'd like to resume :,f take final action late this,
Dner. e eh er movie career. Suggested t week, possibly Friday. While a
The st6trybegins on another for her comeback t..m: "Dia. f ht was expected su porters
ei*Aiht in 1948 whe' boyish-.monds Are a Girls Best Fiend." were confident the ow ork iu
i alhways-happy Jimmy .rist wul be confirmed.
rD b was handed an Oscar forl Mario Lanza is working around
te bes orting pe rmae the cloak w ith Ray natra at Harlan wouldbe the third Re
b naetor n the 1945 move hit Palm Springs for the semipopnum. publicanmember of the
j"A teGrwas.. l rokIyn."o hers he willW0 in Las Ve rt. Most of the public ov
S .big. m beg nninninAg t 4.. ,Me aton has center a rounD -his
1tWS aM s o 5 e^^ heng'for. o lmm$,i n (DAk.....
thetar oiaf some movik ever now a r that Vitor Jory was membership in Atlantie union, a
i se cding memorable flor b heavy virus conges- favoring an anti-Comntu.*
hsr tue I ie eswi Shirley tion t heart attack . ,Anne d ertion of the North At.
-rnle. .s .B a x t eor 's recording "Careless lt nations.
Temple. ove" and "One esire" for .Hs confirmation, however, is
Aan.Oear'for Jimmy I. -Real Decca. expected to speed up S supreme
I~i fame t last- 1 a-- I court plans t hand down decrees
l ste s Vm eOryO! A t arilyn Monroe ppent a: n methods carryingg out last
remember few days in Palm Springs before vr's anmous ru that ra-
.she scooted off to Nw York Lre.Ila lsefation In pu i schools
Fat w? A night to remember? cently and visited Charlie Far.lIs uncensttutional.
W eiy oesnit know rell's Racquet Club for the first Vtn aas t a, 1d
-Ms Ow r is today and he tme. ,'. ,Vot a .against the s, y ar-oI
likes it that way. it's some ace, t a f judge today were two Deocrats
he .soelc .eI Spotting her at a tabl Farrel d two Republicans ens.
ou'o- e- .... -eame over and introduce himself as Eastland (D-M is a.),
ing 'hot w thOlin n. Johnston (D-S.C.),, W6
Jimm a beW ered, nem m Laer (R-N.C.) and Her.
ploy a rstr at a old "So happy to have you here Man Welker (R $da.). Sen. John
ted Oscar on hisrepl se man. Miss Monroe Then, for a laugh L. Mcle"Uan (D-Ark.) voted
feand vndering"Wh he said:
.Why? .e.. .. ;,Oiit. "was nominated by the
Even today Jimmy can't explain 'Tan ittle Margie's father." Presldet liot rove ber ?ofi
it. He- sayse didn't ralse his sai- Marilyn blinked her be b y the court vacsany createdd by the
ary or turndown roles Tqre were blues at the TV star. dea th of Justice Robert H. Jack-
ato ..MargicwhoraUn", eeth The late 'Senat did nu t act dou
or, Hec' d s-, fling in-the mid '. g its special McCarthy censure
30's. Fcssion because of agreement not
he says, "be t take up controversial nomia
"'didn'tL work,h ,." I o
iotee i1 wasn't given he chance.'
Today onlv Edna-that's M rs,
Dunn-knows the whereabouts of
Janimy b Osvar. She ihd it Ip 1948'
aflpe he pmaited f4 two ,n ars .
for ildes tnhe never came. Its still
hidden.. .. .
E~ia took.it ,off their fireplace
manlitel one nigSht said:
"I t.la we've see enough of
Oscar." .- ..
The best supporting actor of
Ahd e very next,day," Jim-
my wil. tell you, "I received a
phone caHlfrom New York. Would I
b. interested in a Philco Play.
house television show? I left the
next day for New York."
"2bere were more TV dramatic
shows for Jimmy. Big ones like
"Medatr In the Family" and the re.-
cent "Joe's Boy."
A star was reborn 3,000 miles
o Jmmy Dunn has returned to
Holywood now as one of the stars
ina newr telefilm series. The
show's title, for Jimmy, is rather
Maybe you've seen it.
'It's a Great Life."
This Is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones:
A full-blooded Chinese actor work
iof in "Biood Alley" is named'
The Witnet: An Irms-brained
talet heard about the Sonja-I
enie-ib1race romance and.
she's wondering If hell give Sonja
e.vk m n tal Itdn wnrKh p-i I -
ARRESTING SIGHT-- Trou-
blemakers at Universal Pic-
ttres lot In Los Angeles ,will
have to answer to Mamie Van
Doren, who's been elected hon-
orary police chief. And judging
from this picture, they won't
evm try to keep out of her way.
with f1 vorfu I Irkay!
with flvorful farfay!
Boy's Heart Stops
Twice By Doctors
CINCINNATI, Mrch 10 (UP)
-Six-year-old Anthony Herth's
heart failed to beat for the last
time today after doctors had
brought him back to life twice
by massaging it.
19 Kied In US ,
In Widely Separated
Three Yar Study
Of Mentil Illness
Urged By Expert
By-Uited-FroWASHINGTON March 10 (UP.)
By United res f-A mental health expert urged
SConess yesterday to enact l-
Fires .and explosions in four sla n el afor a nationwide
widely separatedareas killed 19 three-year study "of every aspect
persons n t Unite States of the problem of mental llnetss"
Wednesday Mike Gorman, executive di-
Near Holy Springs, Miss., a tire rector of the National Mental
In a farm home killed three chil- Health committee, told the
dren, their grandparents and housee Interstate Com merce
their great-grandmother. A four- 'committee he believes "there is
year-old boy escaped unharmed!great urgency'! for an Ihtensive
from the blazing house. A mar-;study of mental llnaess and "for
ahal said he believed the fire a fresh medical approach" to-the
started from a log which rolled problem.
out of the fireplace.
Appointment of George Welt- The, committee Is holding
nor (right), as head of a single Pive were kIlled ind 18 per- hearings on President 1isenhow-
world- Paralmount Pictures sons, 13 of them firemen, were her's health program which calls
Iua, nd atorlbUttOn orgafiza- injured when a blaze struck a for a fave-year extension of the
tln eb gbowt the domestic three-story hotel in downtown federal grants to the states for
an4 =foiin tel, was announc- Portland, Ore. About 75 persons mental health search.
ed y 4te y by Barney Balaban, were registered in the hotel. and'
(left)) president: of Paramount some were forced to flee down Gorman strongly endorsed a
Pictures Co1 Weltner, who hasifiremen's ladders. bill, introduced by committee
been aospdIte with Paramount f chairman Percy Priest (D-Tenn.)
fo tr e pa ,, has been A rooming house fire in San authorizing the public health
sine 1I6 t. of. Pra- Rafaei, caif., killed four others; service to grant up to $280,000 to
m uant a te, tIoal Films, the and six were missing.' The blaze an appropriate medical group for
eompay's f eam Balry. broke out in a wooden building, a thorough study of the overall
The naming Weltner to one of the city's oldest, and now mental health program.
head the domestec In addition to converted into a rooming house.
the foreign and ditrib- He also urged aoproval tf an-
tion prgatltisa followed the Near Chesterton, Ind., an ex- their pendifig bill that would
resignation of A W. Schwalberg. plosion and fire mn a as pipe uthorize the federal govern-
--_ ,., ,*__ _.... linme killed four workmen and In- hent to spend up to 30 million
Jured two others. The flre block- p. year for- three years to help
P4 Msll m A ed a state road and forced eva- constructt research facilities in
S1 llh roUi cuation of pupils from a school the field of heart allafents, can-
building a quarter mile from the cer, mental health, and other
Of Etra Peanuls e "' "' .lness.
W Eter US sHOwING AT YOUR SERVICE CENTER
W INOTO,;,March 10 (UP) THEATERS TONIEfITF '
_-Preeident gi" ower ye-ter-
dy authotlzedthe iportetion BALBOA 6:15. 7.50 DIAI.A T.S. s:15 1:1
of ih IdditionaL 51, million Va. JOHn .ON
pounds peanuts before June AM5,it AUUR m "IN THE GOOD OLD,
30 to hl relp reve- hortages caus- I IS,,iRF l MSUMMERTIME"
ed by the failure of the 1954 do- S ..iE
mrestic peanut crop. ,. OF VA
4 n ticop at pegqtn will be PeR Oi *}:.
rubl. to ap extra dU v f 21 "A BULLET"IS WAITING"
cents per pound" in addition, f6
the basic duty of 7 cents per
S"HE 'I=a DIAMOND WIZARD"*
T'he president acted on the D
recommendation of the U.S. Tar- I Fr "VALL9 Th mlNGS"
ft Commission which found the ARGA A 7
present annual peanut l I'ort ."H* MARGARITA :15YS- 7:5
quota of 1,700,O0 pounds of m- II I I HAN ODY S'GAL"
sorted nuts had been exhausted. GA,"
Peanut butter and other prod-* yri. "SEA or ILOS Str r.. ,er?4N trem TB 'sA"
Doctors tried to save the boy icts have run out of peanuts
by putting him in a respirator largely because last year's do.
but the effort was to no aavil. He.mestic crop was greatly cut
died an hour afterwards. down by drought.
The child, son of Mr. and Mrs. .
August Herth of Cincinnati, was The Tariff Commission esti-
rushed to a hospital early Tues- mated that 51 ,million pounds of
day when he suffered a choking imported peanuts would meet
spell at home. the prospective need of the pro-
ducing industry in this country
Bv the time oollce got the boy until June 30 when the quota
to the hospital, his heart had year ends.
stopped beating. Two doctors cut
open his chest and massaged his
heart for 30 minutes until it be- OLD FOR NEW
gan to beat again.
The youngster had suffered an INDIANAPOLIS (UP) W.
attack of pneumonla recently R. Sharp, Munet. Ind, told police
and also had a serious respira- that thieves took the !two roimnt
tory infection. Tuesday night, wheekle and .the tires o*6 his
Anthony's heart stopPed a sec- arc while it was narked beside a
oad time' but the doctors were hotel here. The thieves put a cou-
able to bring the beat back bY $e of old w eels on the late-mod.
massaging. el car, though.
F elem are s.eN o-...
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PANAMA ARE4 5.A. TherMEltity o0ti o '
NEW YORK, March 10 (UP)-It's a rookie's ARMED FORCES BASBALL te Armed orc ttl Laue T u a l, f
world In the spring and the hopeful newcomers were Tm stand L t. on GU n b we ght Pedeco ner dm n Isit Mon the bar lSi, tSi
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th center of attention today as 14 of the 16 major Special Troops 24 5 .828- . we ight "h d o eaaani coo oat 10-1 Wef t e alwr *iiad
tleage tei ean the lng Grapefruit League Fort Kobbe 18 c 11 .1' the. r J o Ed- depialondSad l hated Cu- the came back and
kague tefte began the long Grape t Fae r ^ Clayton SrOD 1= howi S
tol e g a1 "I Fort Claytono 18 13 .552 8 .I': win today.wsre ated to up rundu sbirbing'- 14- a* at in frame .ar-
grad thatleads to a "date for two" in the World Amyrook AFB 15 14 .51 Th ha ap pistol match at the Cr stobal th f their 1) 9 In the h1andsof the urnu m. other the he
4,vi- Coco Solo 5,24 172 19 Gun Club was no exception to -rule that.-the top fo 1t)toJfow'5 IIThe contest betwasFrt Kob
Army Atantic / 2u 310 15 ... ....... rp on o ro The contaet betwen lEobbe sere 5 t o ..
C ocoSolo 5, 24 1721He 'raw score wor and Fort Clayt, sa t Fort .However. r Jo
y'the -world chain on Newl open-day mound assignment hof281butother penalty .dlc e-t t i a s
Yorl (an andr mo bu the bi news In the Tu Co. oWednesday'sResults ned t th sotal score from i same was P lmer, Monla with th nd
i e tle bout th i Ariz.' camp was about o a rook e. Fort Kobe 5, Albrok AFB 2 for his teammate Ceste r e itin the 280 the MarS locked 3-. A field e do no Jacon. ry was
O rloio 5 p.b u To r 4 1ne . . h A. . .
*r to action tomorrow. Hero Score, most hoghy-toulted Army Atlantic 9,. sp. Trpa 4 Few tears were shed trohem o tiei tors Prior to. M wbo, w o 't1 t an i nnng to start after the vtory.
theea b. ur m yton 1, Coca Solo3 -h w pm ,seoecegamengll
ly a of all the rookie, uiered a F Clayton 16. Coco lo the match each man was given td of selecUns his own ae at'tie a have O" p.m., so the game will be Only threa Blks got ld.
e ge teams aren't sprawled .e d1urIg fielding Games Saturday handicap. Admittedly this is sohir eeult to do. however th bee reen t. IZ pl ed March 21st. ly Tommy Dnight, a deubaleu
Minor. practlieye A. (Ends Seson) both Emith and Harro v bor a nu er o shape sle ealy Inthe we Clayton,by
th th and Harrod buck, Pete CocoSolo at Albrok (2:p.m.) years an by now shoul be able oude he true ama one-time per's two hit in four trips, with inles.
?bf e te bucks Per t Co a Slo a t ABtr t yacspirto copetiton eodpy-ndes re mpletended the bollrt mne in a whi
n i WoJey an Doet ent were Ft. Clayton at Army Atl. (2.:30 abilities. . . O ..eb ,p ,ned te ball me ing whrl- . _
rookiesie, pr n k I l named to ha4e the lodgers' Troops vs. Kobbe (7:30, Clayton) In addition to being a laugh 'p p affair a handicap was mM dyd Ion wind finish with three runners ORALTA
hroog. v r r l y ey ound chores, r o o k I e BobIe Fort Kobbe clinched -second match permits the novice, to fire on terts with the experts; at ttieer ShO e s ing the ate to cop the tie. Playe rs, .
ithrou ute irt y ached-Schuita started on the moundor place In the Panama Area Arm- Result of these matches are and explained over and unced that t Stal- De Bean tmond or, -f
tt CSone thte m ount Fort ofo these Matches are aod. el d oova antile dn
ineuap,-the opelng s follows: the Tigers' and manag er Fred ed Forces baseball loo Wednes- around Gun Club bars for weeks .to e Let it be sufficient -bean" would take it asy in b for-t: Iobbe, giving up four Mar(, $. ,
S shaped aupaso H aney presented rookie Bob Oar- day night as the Lfe miners top- to say that the basic reason for a h was satisfied. The de. not to ataIe." safeties. Catching for Kobbe was Adai. 4
iCardi exivs. Clela ver wit the Pirate' first mound pled of Albrook AFB to fourth place airit of competition enjoyed in of good comp ani. kn mil T ers cople tlJoh nie Fortune. Bill Wilkenao '
March training nment of the spring.he with a 5-2 win before a capac to nident that ummer wo p punched out two ht In four Brig, ss 1
Tueson Cincl nauh tim o rouA e veterans weren't left en- crowd at Clayton Field. withRESULTS OF HANDIC S 0 ATC owemerge victorious from Sund and atrelelved in the platter for th b. Her, f. 3 0 0
otL o4l",0 a vs. Detroit at tirely out of th iture, how- Jose Rosario posted his 10th If the unbeaten Bd-sour wint Jack Bt e l He ankers Bwton, 0
to taethe Piesl r vsnt ever with Vtin rucks,h a 1ion victory by scattering nine Flyer NAME TEAM niTnp 35 A9e wil nbe htthat consecubeen line dli the mound chores BleWrle y, pf 2 t.s0
winner t season, slat- hits. 1. Glasser U.S. Navy 8 Pistol Jacket up forFederico in Costa Rta a to e
Rasook"Citay at Fort Myers, St. i to start for the White SO; Fort Clayton moved intothird2.Swr U.S. Army70 28 teakDinner me time turninext month John ribbean Co antwirled a M p 0 0
S8t s. Yankees at St. PetersN- Bob orterfie ld, Karl Oson54, after a deadlock with wibro orn 3. Anderson Balboa Oun Club 26240 26 t ammunition wa e of lummaere Dik Paret wh o surrenred Ca lo ', 0 1
buomerg toa odlow. Maunl s. e Red port from loya wlcox, who '- - trounced more coIvncan 'ly as tt ien t errs C a-Water lrb ,It 1 0 2 0
bur and Wthenington going for the Senators; Art the strength of a 16-3 win over 4. Cronan C.Z. Police 1 45 26 and his Gandle 18N B not bothering ribbeanon wa Command baer s e lers. Devkee, ---
t n at arasot. Fower, 12-1, leading off for. Coc Solo. The other conte 5. Harrold Cristobal Gun Club 0'2 295 Edwin, however, as the Coloh West Bank's Bateman also added Beaudry, r 0 0
Cardtna orls dexdaninogoath the e Redlags; 23-game winner Wednesday saw Gene Satterle 6. Di xdon Ctoales Gun Club ol- boy -ha definite plans itself. a d6ubleyto hIs.own cause wk Pedy
Fina l ac ione is sla9. Stewart C Z P olce2" 25-"2'"
Mare o1, i.ulng ntg 1.l Robin Rolrerts taking the ao Army Atlantic upe nd chao- 7. Heardion r handcap at o-lu PSo lu is c.hei Edwin is taking dead ,im on Ti- Joeudn and o l. e aert both 8r o dnor v
tea rpeatrarne n g iment ro mound for the Phrites and plan Snenal Troops, 9-4 8. h Smi th Crn ivale. o u t olu 211' 26 293 to De i..e's cha, onhip a. d punched onut two h ae In fatour Bright, ls ou' 1 1t-
aterane enough time to group Gene Conley, 14-9, getting the Final action is slat wouth o Stew arst s .. Po i 2 25 29 wows he must kn over erdy trips to the platter for the w n.l ern, 2b. d
shape, announced a li_ e -l nod for the Braves three games Saturday, capped 10 Snyder a U.S. Navrty n27n -5 92 in order to.g.in his o.ctived ti e pa te fo tewind hRan, pi
of eight rookes and Stan cmp new American off by the nights t contest at Clay- 12. Lnn Balboa Gun Club 5 35 20 Ie the unbeaten Ed n winst plate for the e anke Brton b
wto take -tthe fliedai Yankeoes HaOtherica mp a Aeia o by the ng h contestfe at clhoaora inr order toy 'a h is e te. wnnes.onind th e Co ra, pS g
okhe sn ced League batting champion Bobby ton between Troops and Kobbe. 1. u o iT tarl i us5 3 s 2e .will be hSi fifth consecutive tri Handling the mound chores Bekiey, p
Rooki rel ad tre hi eorreyr ikson. receive na Rosario f tanned five and walk-ic Fettler witEn Police o.25 u mph since turning pro. Hs moatfor the Caib n Command w as Mwalli l, a 1 0 0
SStank aopenilngtd*ny-mou the Ind .one 2o h fsth T p o 1 Turnre t ar u recent victory was a masterpiece Dick Paret who surrendered s
algnent with two other new- camp outfielder n Karl Olson, oly one fymour his ffth wis n ovr 15 H a G u m 40 S2 oainst Luis s ls, whom he ~n ne I .Toseao uC
omes to follow. Manager Casey da surprised the Red port from Lloyd Wilcox, w e trounced more convincingly than buted eight errors. Catcher f Pot 1 0 0
teadee ofn ma itenvtateonal thntr on Tusayt surprise thle RedoAprlro mh Laoy Wilox .
Mte el of the ankees onter reporting to yesterday raped two triples and Frank BALBA GUN CLUBone handle champion was also Plummer did. the Commanders was Y ankee
th a solid lineup Bob workout He was told to take Walden, who powdered a triple ever from C stobal but did not Meanile, the serials Rowan. ATLATC LTTISA 1
de pitching triord d or w M or- thing aHey for a few days.. and a single. Ron Dickman also Tom 'Windy" Sellers the Cris- bhoot his usual ucod- scores. alsoIrert to be ready -Behind a neat two-h I t te t 'tMe- Roder give a onst-tia
SA ri for fiv hiand t Clayton made u 1 Co eet tform e is the hottest ad Hay w the do bles e iwini poweed y r n rus a
p c _heeaf r ofhinh hits toa h 'l u nDi trapshooterron the anW i;I d nces wort th d h -w k ee a ... ,, et winig ,,u 'P owr edfu rt Mut 'e a h.a den atd the
o T't' .... t Akel-O n154 an inning and a half of a Solo errors and 11 ht, icludi ni fortseveno of a cthe to overwhelm lbrook. mto C olo Cubs 10 to 0. A
e 'stre ,W kh first ltt intraquad game. a grand slammer by Glenn Von mus. He won the handicap t the but as he was high over all it, s whifed 8 and gave up walks. Pete d as e f hit
app erac asYankee. Turleyo Veteran southpaW Ted Gray senberg aid trio of hits by second 1955 Canal Zone. Tra wi 144 out of 15 chose thine the i on 135- A foury o d o to
ter deal with the o e s fered hen he lunged for King and reliever av Chatwin on Saturday last with a neat for- be ne bid under Hay. A -roub"spn he a ntr fo e aa
generalanar George cle t hrow in fielding practice... for 10 hits two by. leau-l nine out of f after taking B rnl used his new Win. Chocolate II an Manuel res-.
S'hop will enabi 'e the Yan- a l'ow red Hane p announce Ing bRtsman Angelo Guide. to, February handicap at Cito-hetetrpun fr the rs o at 12pond lu an open rteler er l, a
relim the peint frm e Pi ates will rotae three en Slntterlee fanned six and wan al with ninety five out of -on ti ad says that after a little ing .preliminary that pits lahan and Bill Stephens shared matter what league yoe play-
ins win.; tirely different teams in their ed one as he ousted Troops on Lundred targets. mnore practice he will, do a lot t ga ga l the catching for Albrook. in
Ike Garcia. a 19-ednla ihbiongames., eight hits, one a homer by Bob Sellers also broke foty n I n e Ietter with it. pounds complete theprogram. March 3d results ud Wain itched a nice 4.
a 19-gami t o ,urew th I Les U shot'owenleCn the.si4- Gene, C. Bishop isr WestlBan k 16,e Clayto
Slast aemaph, drghthen Mayer. out of fifty sixteen yeard targets Lea L'oga shot' weil in the six. OGnene lyWestsBann isOonlyy$1.00 hitter to win s second game.
7Ed Morev hit the e times and in the sixteen yard event to tieteen yard event out goofed off n (one, dollar). Carib. Com. 2, Albrook 20 On a few occasions, he Cubs
l I-, t'Larry Seymour twice to spark Ir. Hay and Carl Janson. In he the others. Sgt. Johnson had a lit Curund 5, Kobbe 1. had runners n n position
1E.5 .Dia ma ,,[ ii t.targ etthe A'os eed attack.re rdo ubles 'even he IT0 'he FaiRway. but, wi th great rt from his
a"di -es 'Panama n I stac targets and only broke t wey log; seems the saty -- rAonged that e al golfers be LEAGUd did ay e thid Camacho, d be0 0
Alnti Div a five out of fifty. C ITeams .wWon L.-out of im J
,i ^ ni~MntidlI IVS-,Pairo onJr ite a the erSt.r Navy scored the bulk ow .at the'A cluS by 8'30 as mahes when e rn Into a uzzsaw ot Lwe, c r0 1
S o ther n the first alf of CLASSIC LEAGUE NOTES El Panama beat bck the chal-are scheduled "fst-coe-first- hits and thr more r sre. euas p 0
St and the ame and survived the late- "8 w' tcond place ho yton 2 -
.a i o ors: em tandn with a three 4r one v.ctor. Dackn. ---- hr- dutrn the sorok ng. is Mer alow 0 0 0
n t.m S roandir.1 2the ar-.1 Navy Outlasts Cristobal Wm. Cunningham ....... 20- 48 44 48 138 at ambona Golf Club are:- C. Com. 1 eenhits tin lon, but, each
'.e 4 P..S .i e.s torehouse C. Di aroon Sr. ......... 20 46 44 34. 124cy. Ourns. 1. !tobinson, R. Jud- t eh t ewTto G enn r. e
IIl. national l g ot avder Wrv =On t an unusually dusty field P. Disaroon, J........20 41 45 37. 123 Second alf Standings les on the bases.
St iamoan t horr Couh i ., before a large and noisy crowd H. Norton . .......19 42 42 '35 119 A. Little, M.taylor, j. Stovil. Teams W L Mtal of Omaha
thon wil2?t(oat the Rainbow City PlayLround, M. S. Holmes.......... 19 42 35 3 110 S Carpenter, P. Johnson, B. pur Cola 3 0 o00 Pia er TAa'1 H
Sto *to Indicate thtl theCoco Solo Boys outlas e the sLe o a .............o 19 44 36 2108 Dilter. Gibraltar Life 3 1 .750 Fels, 3rd 3 1
S, :joint Critobal Storehouse in- R. N n................13 7 3 104 teymo* Agency 31 .750 Dmt.an .
Sas tour- dustrial 1vaaeIor team 11 to IS in Lee Carr ................ 40 A. French, C. Bishop, M. Abarr. Lincoln Life 2 2 .500 Waino, p 2
n Ia a one. over the game that produced thrills Win. Brandl ............. 18 39 C. Howard, J. Holquist, Gil- Pollee 1 3 .250 nde. c
I r p i s Is second new throughout the sx and one-Capll L. E. Johnson ............ 19 34' 30 30 0 94 18 0 kac114s 05 .000 McGl"in" lb3
AIAro o innings played. MGibrl2tar W 9 Ek 1141b ,0 0
Sn f tl set w Hanrow Hartley and wehis N avy Doc ndero scored h Croix. The ad hitting Gibraltar de, If 0 0
Boysopened fire early in the M. Askew, Mathison, R team continued its winning ways 0
'gi 2m .Bes applause fDrom th e fNrsta 00 seres. ( I at the exense of the lowly Elks. ud Ig 1 ,0. 0
r :tC1U r Cl' e a combination on thenver e of an vsC. Wright, J. Copeland,e R. i to 5,
rh ~ ' early knockout but as the game cherry. The first six men ot on iase Totals '2 16 1
wore on, the battered Drydook Jr. Cooper, E. Hadley, M. Mc- safely before a sing ant was vs Ceco Solite
Swlhve cou came In wh a 7am. e off the bat opeked B Ncer.scored Five runs crossed the Plaer A
@A _4way o a sudden u ooge ..Specific tee-off times have not Dlatter when Ed Bleakley came mitho lb 3 0 1
Sl for brought them to within king .a sAgned echT match. It is In to relieve Larry Corrigan. to, 2 0 o 0
ndistance--which was as fr as requested that wl gal golfers be Ed did okay until the third Camacho 2d
Sthe get. Navy scored tl)e bulk at the clu by 8:30 as matches when he rn Into a buzzasaw of Lowe. c 1
an. gof their ansi in the first half of CLASSIC LEAGUE NOTES El Panama beat back the chal- are scheduled "first-co&e-first- hits and three more runa scored. Aleguas. p 3 0 1
ld.. ..t. and the game and survived the late- lenge of Pnwell's for second pla Mullin then came In and
Hu16tot nIinning rallies of the losers: Team Standings with a three to one victo Dick dued the.scoring.
_weo the Davis cRnn ds Teams Won Lost Colaton with 619 wasIh man The .Liers amassed, ton hitsh a m er f 0
NA.D.o Summit inC.0 yt a ,,A rNavy unleashed its Jury a- Sears n 34 for the night and Ei -,ana ml tu with Bobby Adams collectIna Delgado. rt-cf0' 0 0
t wrd an usy Waam while t El Panama 9 43 while. Billy Coffey helped. e three whereas Babe Marur banana rf 0
L le ey may have a surprise; Itorehouse Industrial slugged Powell's 41 51 Larrabee led Powell's follewqd shook off his batting alump and lsey, 3rd 1 0 0
to. o inter Club champs two Navy pitchers. Leslie Wilson Seymour Agency 36 56 by Dick Hogan. garnered two hits. Bobby Bran
and host for the to ament ANN LITTL FTS R ORD A and Calos Arenas. don also had two hits one be Totals
Imp a Lstrong fieldinAnne GA OA.- The ladles course Leadine hitters of the game WI four ks of bowling EL ANAKMA, c h Intramural Baa ketball.
SBurns, Pearl Trih. recor of 75 at Gambo se by 'vere Cecil Robinson and Agus- left, ears Ince d their leagueag swu into action Mon-
,7nes, zvelia Judson, Anne Little in the Cerveceria t's Smith for Navy and Gusay lead to nine Points last Friday Schmidt '81 167 202 550 day-afternoon at the Santa Cruz
r r .e in Ea one, ove he game came off te at of Seymour Agency couldnSt cope W i oner e 7 142 188 5 r th0e Five Fooer's e Tul-
IN fo i-e,- --cord----~ s ssetnwithin R-Navy, ders erved dr aploaude an from w eam. "Do_ Anderson scored h 1;o .loteted u_~.p..O 10. Masa of 1
S holl h. e wo,_ enl_ o ut.amei_ wih 73. r. re a drive off' the bat of Bud Balcer. For Seymour Agen- nmon. .J isi-' r,- ,, d t def.-t :
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d eh.. Stars Poor Bunters? La Salle 3d
O Were The Old Timers
D y R RY ORAYSON R.... ichards lists the more giftednot familiar with the. othr "
B 0A SporI s diter _athletes who often bunt for hits-league e xas. NEW YORM March 10 UP) e-
Phil Rizuto Jerry Coleman,' "Probably the mst skillful An oddity in these days of high
)AYTONA B AC H, Fa. iicke' Mantie, Sp ok Jacobs, bunters are ,ight-hand hitter Rix scoring games. a defensive
(NEA, -- P-ll Rlehards, like v. Bill Hunter, Jim U Bobby zuto and left hand batter Fox, minded team -- has wound up -
r7 other manager, is teaching Young. Bobby Avila RileAsh- 'They harrass infielders, must be on top of the basketball heap
his newly-acquired players, espe-burn, Bill Bruton, Geore Strick. played with the third baseman
ially the Itehers, to unt. land, Chico Carrauel,I ohn n y ell in Fox beat out 28 o 34 San Franeseco, completely
But the aIw manager of the Logan linie Mmoso Nllee Fox, bunts in 1954." overlooked in the pre-season
Butgn Mine i pre-seNson
atimore Orole first to ad- eHarvey uenn a The bunt for a it can be a ratings, has ben voted the
nit that he tackles a near-impos. Fred ai, terrific offensive weapon, a dam- number one team by the Unit-
sble task nere at sun-drenched aging psychological blow to the ed Pres Boalrd of coaches. The
City Iala Park, along the bank 'Naturally. thls ut h a s more defensive team. The possibility of Dons poted a 5-point-seven
t the Halifax River. Americai Leaguers because Vam a wide throw must be included in defensive record while winning
defensive record white winning
Sananalysis of tpoten- (A Telehoto) 23 of tP games, Including the .
-" ;alities. .- OFF ANID RaeINGG At Miami Beach, F BalimoreOrioles's r. he lone
There s widespread criticism Saul Rogov run out a bunt during the team's opening drill as 4 U--L
o0 players who fail to bunt suc aspFring training begins.. Gus 'riando (8) drops the ball during San mFrancisco received 326
cessfully and Richard contnds the play at FlamingoPark. points out of a possible 350 in
that the censure are as wet as the final United Prossbe rat ing.
"'HS. Interclass Meet Set tB. fin.l United Prdess ra.'ng+.
anOegnfa i Marcysbunt s. Interlass Set his s afar cry from last fall *- '
"Itseermisthaytdona btwhen none of the 35 coaches on
i fall te la do that w e erclassl h weet Se the board gave San Francisco a t
that works, the manager will o art tumble. It wasn't until the third
from tshe i ing people: .sports week of-the season that San (NEA Telephot
writers, an old balrplayer, ta h t a e oo Francisco received any mention. NO PRING FEVER E -At the New York Ya kee
geand at least fans," s oach or two v w et a t Uh ons broke into the top 10 training camp in St. Pe terburh Fla., maner Cey 8t l
and at least 100 fans," says Ribc- late in December. took over the appraises the pit hlg frm of Dougl White Lee, 11. M
rds in his book ModernBasel -- o top spot the week of February he see in tbe youngster a potential Allie Reynolds.
atey (Prentice -'IlallInc.). event and stayed there the
"Their complaint? 'They j u t Balboa High School has been meet. The following girls have s of the w saye ere e
don't practice. It looks like any. the scene of much activity this been elected honorary captains t .
bod could bunt I believe I could week, with the freshman, sopho- of thr lass d wl the The coaches may have been
wal out on the field and do that more, Junior and senior classe- honors wheow 'it comes time tow wrong on San Francisco but they iIma te i
ightow.preparing for the annual Inter- hand out the ribbons and awards more than made up for it as
Richads heard these o e class Meet to be held tomorrow to the Winners: seven of their pre-season picks
plaints 30 years ago, and in his afternoon tt the Balboa stadium. Nina Brown and Dee Dee Te- finished in the top 10. In a G
opinion th y will be popular 30 The field events will get under- winkle, SenIor Class. The coaches may have been
years from now. way at 3:3o-pm. and the first Louise Tateand Patty Hattler, wrong on San Francisco but they f tc e
'"The truth is," he test f I ea, running event will start at 4:00 Junior Clas, more than made up for it as
"that ballplayers have been criti- p.m. With the activity that has Judy Engelke and Christine seven of their pre-season picks
cized for not having the ability to been going on, BHS officials are Engel, Sophomre Class. finished In the top 10. lie ec t by tus in
bunt since Abner Doubledayplac- anticipating some 200 young men Sue Taylor, Freshman Class. By DAVE BEONIO o
Sed the bases 90 feet apart. to take part ia this big class' Fans, parents and friends are Kentucky. the pre-season pick rs.
What they leave oo t, stresses event, invited to attend tomorrow aft-to finish fifth, came home sec- VALLEJQ, Cawif (NEA) .
Richards, is that modern baseball ernoon at 3830 p.m. It is free tohond. La Salle, picked to win all Give or take a deep breath, the "But to scout u-," e saE
presents a much more difficult From all indications thus far, all who would like to witness thislthe marbles, finished third in altitude of Mexico Ciy, rather mightt be misleading, Mot.
set of circumstances for bunters. the championship bae tl seems spirited gatherintof high school the final ratings. Utah., n the than the competition offered b en will be coming off .
A livelier ball and improved bats to be between theo Jniors and students. same boat as San Francisco, sur- the 22 other nations in the field track, with no recent outssded e
ine ease the difficulty of dropping seniors, with the junlbrs hold- praised by winding up fourth., all provide the severest test o petition And the altitude wont a
I. u Ifieiards ays it lakes plenty f bl tn b, t a bail deal on a well executed ng a slight margin. Many of the BALBOA HIGH SCHOOL Iowa finished fifth-three notch- United States track and field per. low a true perspectite, either.
MAbl t.Iip.ardssays it takes plenty o to b bunt. outstanding seniors and track RECORDS AND HOLDERS es lower than expected. North farmers in the upcoming Pan-A.
ioderbasell-nd Gerry Colen, above, of In recent years," he points star such as, Eddie Napoleon, Carolina tate wound up ixth- merican Games. Johnson, n peaking of 0
the Y#ikee~ss one .t the few who can do It. A) out, 'we, have seen the birth of 100 yds. dash; Robert Fogel, mil- 100 ys. dash: one berth higher than predated. lympes. points out that our be
......... _the onrushing defensive al 11'- er; James Stevens, 440 yds. dash; Charles McArthur 10.1-1949 Duquesne. tabbed for third Leo Johnson head coach of the athletes are close to their al I
,meat, first suggested by Branch Bob Zumbado, 220 yds. dash; 220 yds. dash: place last fall, took over ev- '. S. cinder forces, looks for mum effectiveness He note 1h.
Itickey and later employed by a Herb Raybourne, 440 yd. da ,h; Bob Young 23.0-1950 euth spot. Oregon State made Mexico City's 8000-foot height to Harrison Dillard as an examl
number of' big league managers, Isaac Perez, 880 yds. run; Lai. 440 yds. dash: the coaches look good by fin- L-e a deterrent to good clockings, "s a question. How long can
i, by including Birdie Tebbetts of the bert Mantovani and Don Huff, Fred Raybourn 52.7-1952 fishing eighth as predicted. heights. and. distances. fine hurdler keep goin? And w .-
Redlegs.. This system pulls in* pn pole vault, are not allowed to Marquette, passed up before "But everybody will face the will replace him?
outfielder to provide seven men, participate in their specialties. 880 yds. run: the season started, finished same problem," h saloi, cutting
J OE W ILLIAM uing the pitcher and catch 'he question arises of whether Henry Cru 2:01-1950 nith. Dayton rounded out the his worry down $6 si. This woe iobso. "Dul tae on
form strongly enough to over- Bob Ranoan 4:45.2-1952 coaches forecast. The University of Illinois coach, he says, "I was impressed
Pitchers are most criticized for come the running and field work 180 yds. L. Nine of .the top 10 teams are his 33-man U.S. squad already the tremendous r e .e
Life amngthe charts and antibletis can be fa, ev alure to bunt ad Richards says of u n i o r s Btyant Rogers, Bruce Orvis :21.0-1953 in tournanidntsand the other picked, is of the opinion thdt the m every country ha.
If all the a a p to is drool over Brando's us this is totaly' un "In a close harles Moin. Coffey,1440 s. relay: would. have been except for a March 13-19 competition willI
i aldle -r vot's f m la l note TIe flowers, frul.bS. ame with a bunt in order, the t DeL RO ert Whl- J. A. Blackall run-in with C-Ai-. o provide a powerful yardstick lr i, c
aptdsbedlSo gpa*ly PIO :a1 ..s. dei ftmn knows th Pitch- antW Mike Naoleo lina =tle measurement of this country. I doubt we have
rt i- .aol e i a ke 8r. i.bdR."r- nn.w e
e al treapelences. One day, the v ery crt t b 43.3-1954Coast Con en title but la n- track andfieldchancese with them. la
sam e bre ad fte ro no n friend hexp lain Br o wns th e ll erft r any or \ / / n
-Andnthee can erea d pfrom two different gal fends explains. "t the'the l relay: eligible for th .totarhey. The 1956 Olympic Games, the condi- ad is n dw 4:10 In the ale
who had. a unm the nghicsh channel. Trudle C derit by~card and throws high -nd fast, the most The sophomore win be spear J. Albrltton TNo Wolfpack i on one year proba- tions notwithstanding. last yea rh e the beK land..
loChadwickb phonee. I -trust my immodesty n showing difficult ball to bunt. He m headed by big Jack Winklosky, D.Astrea, M. Mats 1:35.5--1952 tlon for breaking recruiting He's also certain that American muster was three"
Flbut ImuChast doubtthatmany inmates can boast such a .distinction. throw an occasional c u r v e. The Owe Sutherland and Bob 70 yds. H. rules. talent will be scouted in the Mex-
Le my chivalry be impugned, permit me hastily o add first and third basemen charge Toothman, up and coming mile Bruce Ovi (no school
that my admiration for what these extraordinary athletes ac- with the itch. Obviously, t he runner and favorite the inter- record) :09.5-1953 '
cou plihed is exceedingly high; further, I was more than casu;- pitchers mst lay down an t almost cl meet. Taking the lead for
nlentlly, t never fro Tr ha I don't ner, who probably nine times out Schoade who will p ce firstH. Cruz, D.Johnson
Infrb n speculatinge han 0 10 i~ a sow-foted catcher. shond In the 880 yd. run. F. Raybourne, B. Mabie 00%
'ra llg It would-be for the hutman raee If she mnd .Ge "With a slow runner on first orTheabovmn
Tunneyrs t married to ud foi e humaf onlyrecn abeomehem ae irst base, the pitcher bunting, a n d The above mentioned boys will 3:40.0--1950
gt w rried. Trudle bad only recently become the first base, the pitcher bunting and be backed by from 50 to class Medley relay:
woman to swim the Channel and Gene had just won the heavy- great fielding pitchers ben marked baking a very from 50 interesting F.s- Medley relay: r
Aweig devoted diseple efh th famed editor's daily page one, Shantz of the Athletics charging -pole "aut.
a semnf cI found he had me a bit qn-n-well, a successful bunt shows rtis e 1'9"94
fused-sThet sermon eugenics seemed to represent an abrupt the touch of a magician. Broad Jump:
ek o at i I as the Secret t tthe Master "Compsre at situation with a DIck Johnson 21'11"-1951
break on'his prt with black eives .300 hitter at the plate and a High jumi
The fact that Mr. Brisbane was said to be commercially speedy runner like Mickey Man- Bob Kunkle 6'2"-1944
interested in te product may have estranged the cynical, but e on first basee and you c not464"-1953
the 'faithful continued to woo life eternal through black olives easily see a e dterences a the Fred Cotton
as enjoined. Quite possibly this latter group even included type of bunt necessary toadnc Discus:
Trudie and ene, and may explain the editor's ultimate failure the runners on firClairGodby 132'11"-1952
in the role of cupid. "d bases and the lead man slow ,C
Speaking of improving the breed, or at least getting theond base
inthe role of Cuproid hbit is almost a physical impossi'
maximum out of the contemporary pecieas, one of the books,,it to luot physi tochal
that reached the patient in 1005 at Le R,." was the gift of Mr. tbi o bunt the runner to third 'I
Lou Miller, well-known health cultuilst who has an esoteric Gomez andfielderss f the caliber oBy GO eve s C-6
hobby of collecting mile runners. "Naturally a bunt has m or e Written for NEA Serviceeey l t' a--
chance to 'rork when it is un-
9 ALL MEAT AND NO POTATOES rst base and a man on third en you go BRANIFF to the
"You Can Live Longer Than You Think" is the name of the nne Out. most any kind of a bthhe
wistful little opus, and t is from the pen of Dr. Daniel C. Mun- can be successful in scoring a.baseh
ro. Mr. Miller scribbled the following on the fly leaf: run. if not going for a base htd
"Live by thes book and you'll beat Methtselch's record. I'll out, a well-placed bunt many
Sinee Mr. Miller is also a member of our sports staff ai tunes can catch the defense un-
staff" nt tabi dIstinguished for either its puntuality or ware. The gamble pays off heav.
rampsa" oeat his reference to the year 292t is ominous. or ly when the batter reaches first
Dr. Mame's fb~rmula for making a joke out of time is de- safely.d a'bti
eldedly toonoelastie, forbidding as it does meat and potatoes at' "But everybody can't bunt like
bread of a erimlin l offense. .a khe t Loui. Browns, tells of an
The doctor points out that, in the beginning, man was te ri Luin Bow tell io bane-
meat-eatlflg animal and significantly, that Adam lived to b, fren whom...... ad been in bae
930 years old. BY the time Moses came along, the blue-plate ball .as. m.acr pand cad for
special featured cakes, oils, apiees, greens and such. The doctor .anears... Zak a l made the
when hO cashed in his chips. bunting a single time would be S "NI"F
Appreciative as I am of Mr. Miller's friendly urging to try .,.an a ea tie w-oulm e
Methuselah record, somehow I can't get excited about it. "When a k dI htoegame b. .".:
Anyhow It seems. I've already spent seven or eight-hundred ws"out of job, we decided to.
years trying to get the point af tr touchdown abollashed and In keep our bunt siwnsed
still right where I started. Tke o b Tutsgerns." __." ,
CUTS Al ATHLETIC BEEF 'Vet ckey Star I always wanted to be a top :
In "The Spoor of Spooks," by the acidly witty Berger EvuLn. ui Rcveryhing I could gelt at. : '
a gift br-odhe Bl BU : Mart, a number o al- Maurice Ric My father hod a talk with me Y every Braniff flight's by DC-6-
loted absurnltem tad P IsfI Ia -are dew tly skew- about my ambitions. "If you want \
ered am bonem that e battle of Waterloo was won on the ltobr Tn to 1 be a champion Tony," he said, a i" "
plaInhR of Ikton." Be tter jLan Ym '"you've got to take one sport and whether via El Conquistador In the "
iJe of nobbery, ascribed to Wellington, i t concentrate on it." T
bravery a u notuan i ed I t had not h IBy United PreunL i Tennis attracted me a bit more height of luxury or fine tourist seYls. -
crats while at pltr on the esIs seb shoo campO. Instead of slowing no, veteran than any a "tOr game, so I mad
sime auhr b thd fIemwan r We sed... WliMaurice Richard emen better up my. mn to quit st about 'You enjoy pressurization and air
Was gase thes _e ie.l b t l-.I m ever. ,everything else andsi to.It.
t iigi s Im Latest National Hockey Le e It was just a bit of fatherly ad- Yur o
st pI.-I I f S o g i-gures show eI MoBntrIeal lr ce-but it was rea to conditioning, conifortable u-I, b b
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.Atlee-Bevan Splt INDEPENDEY ReIdY NEWHun g- ar a
-As Elections Cue Dr OWnounPRg Premier re
SLONDON, March 10 (UP) iliu Ameica Deon
Clement Attlee, leader of the VIENNA, March 10 -(UP) combed all bhe available Informa- spirit of tue Iuviet umunirs
British Labor Party, was report- vCmmunist arban news pa-tion, wbbeag ,l
d today to have rebuffed party V w pers charged ay Premier Im- One of the few hard condu. 2. That th i y
attempts to make peace between re Nagy, denounced by the party slIe to emerge Is: No one lm of Soviet
him and rebel Aneurin Bevan "Let the people know the truth and the country i safe" -Abrah central committee for -rightist the West- u o one ut- 19 cost
J.efore the Conservatives can call adevlationism," violated party de- side the tight ld e of oviet of the Commfulewat orarl
general elections. ,, ons frb 'the moment he took rulers-kaows why Malenkov lzation andm in u th
*There were growing reports THIRTIETM YEAR PANAMA, RI, P., THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1955 V CT Tews'aper bad Nep," e .dee 8ofm svleo cl ., ed v.
Prime MinLster Winston Chur- .of. .,". 0ficial organ of the Comunist archy. and cut down by chev
"all may take advantage of the P -^I"arty, said in a lead editorial i saidtobeambitlforth
igest Labor split In years and read over Radio 'Budapest t h i s Officials are reasonalby sure he top job.
ca the elections In May. The morning that Na did not car- cid not quit voluntarily. They be- 4. That Miahely rpred inea.
Conservatives must call an elec-rl ilry out te inst of the par- leve he was used out by a group perienced and apa of co
on by nex year, ut they can il t l taken June 28, 193. Nagy that included Nuta Knrhehev. trouing the massive reaucra-
ame their own date. formed his government July 6, lcolai Bul anin (now Premier) he inherited from Sta as hs
1 .., 953. i.nd probably several more rank- els nation statement uemed to
Attlee met last night with his But despite the blisterlua d ing officials banded together in a monf.
he moderate peace-making ef- announcement that Nagyb ad But they say, they only can lyrvived, a .even p4ted from,
art. he perac umae wn y Senate, Democratsc deresigned. steauate on what thea:se-
ort. The peace makers were The party newspaper said 'it i conspiracy into being and ,wheth- 'mhich, In similar ca of ot
till busy tr.n to save Bevan. ainful to recall that Comrade br one man-Khrushchev, pt- ae,nhave rued n. death
though. nd ward off an even WASHINGTON, March 10 (UP)I(Va.) and Walter F. Geroge (Ga.)| Here is the compromise as out. come splitting proviso would limit Nagy insulted the pride of the bly-really dominates it. disgrace.
vorse split. Senate Democratic leaders a- casting the deciding votes against lined by Johnson: the tax benefit largely to taxpay- party when he made fun of-a- .. .
V_- peae- makers hayv 5;greed yesterday on a compromise it. 1. A lax reduction, effective Jan. eri earning less than $5,000 a achievements of the peoples demo. The U. S. Intelligence c a. s was he- .t b. M k....
e d ays. The parliament i~icome tax cut plan that start.- House Democrats had tac k ed 1, 1956, of $20 for each taxpayer, year. cracy." mate Is that lat week's s hake who w. m.t co.*4ilrde ale
oun: ofabore et. ps r dl m ing next Jan. 1 would give a breakitheir tox plan onto the adminis. plus a $10 cut for each dependent, 2. Extension of present corpor- Upon taking office in 1953 Nagy up 13 the Soviet, Pe ure d a sl o u with SItems.~Ist
u to d L wabeot hr tm o desp o low incomL taxpayers, chiefly I4ration's 'bil to continue corpora. except his wife, to the extent onl ate and certain excise tax rates in a speech criticed over-empha. eaves Malakov quite Isolated al which d P
34h leftwin Bevan for hi, re-l those earning less than $5,000 a tion anw excise sales taxes at that this credit exceeds any a -to July 1, 195037 instead of the one- ized eavy industrialization proj. from the u(utaln.head, of pow. r monfeshed to be fabuMres
the leftwing s Attleen for his ear. present rates for another year be- vantage gained by using the in ear extension to April 1, 1956 pro. ects like the newly.built indus er. ut the possibility of his shh s now ti
heated challenges to Attlee. The proposal would provide a yond April 1 when they were come.- splitting provisions now al. posed by the administration. rial city of Stalinvarosz, calling eventual comeback is not dis. a fnew panacea-vast pnlono!
S Th$. Chronicle $20 annual tax cut for a taxpayer scheduled for reduction. lowed a married couple. 3. Repeal effective immediately, them "mirages." ms corn.production to the So.
Tsh enelier tin e thewshsiil.,f and $1 for each dependent, but President Eisenhower denounce. It was explained that the in- the more liberal depreciation for.- Heavy industry and especially . .. e seous uvesoel shortse.
oaritelection.. noted that C-hur- posot for the taxpayer's wife. With ed the House Democratic tax cut h- tan allowedd in the administra- Stalinveross were pet projects of Among the theories advanced U. S._ a,,n oJ e oxpe
Ihll announced he had a cold lew exceptions, it would apply -- which the House adopted by a tion's 1954 tax reform bill. Hungarian strong man Matyas to explain the downfall of Stalin's program will f sht of epee
l announced after tha Beva only to taxpayers earning below five-vote margin- as the "height Onl American Bakosi, the former Hunga rian first heir, the following have re- ttions because the land to be
he ornn after the evand call- $000 yeanl at a news conference attended by Repeal, effective July 1955 premier and firit party secretary ceived particular attention here: planted in corn seem to be too
e r Anthon The ecrats proposed the The Hoe tax cut would cos provided in the 1954 from om agy ovre 1. Tha t his "soft domestic po to c
foreen and creto Athe ex-on lev oietting taxes on business the Treasury $2,100,000,000 over a th Peary 09 bill on stock dividends, call remiership in 153. cy and peaceful coexistence line Yetnoresni authority
eater R. A. Butler to Downingt so the compromise would not re- full year compared to 908 million *5 Repetal what Johnson called abroad were repudiated by Ru here s willing to predict for
eaer R. A. Butler to Downing.ult in-,a ne. loss to the Treasury in the Senate plan. Expedition Dies an administration "blooper" in the Meanwhile in Washington, A. sia's new, "collective leadership" KhruseheV a short eaeer. Thigs
'reet. ISenate Democratic Leader Lyn- 1The law providing a newly. dis- merican observers reported which feared that the dynamic are not that simple it Moscow.
The Chronicle pointed out een B. Johnson told reporters the 'he business taxes proposed in NEW YORK, March 10 (UP)- covered loophole involving busi. that the fall of former Soviet
a Churchill 1. viitinSicil com promise Democratic plan the Senate plan would offset ap. Matthew Alexander Henson, o ness expense deductions for re- Premier GeorgI Malenkov has .
April forAa ti and e-should enablp the federal overn- proxinintely the tax cut for the of six men who lanted the A- serves against future costs. The wrought no asic change I tle I
eased h belafhemld ht be re st-ment to balance the budget in the 1956 fiscal year, ending June 30. merican flag on the North Pole administration has endorsed a Russian foreign policy. Li f leUWUu LTOeDAu
fo ef n nelectie nrcmpaig. fiscal 'year beginning July 1 1956, and provide a net increase on the Admiral Peary 1909 'ex- ropoal to carry out this propo- Painstaking study by U. S. In. - | -,,_,____ _
m- 1957, if it follows a "p r u d e n t" revenue for the following year. edition died yesterday In St. sal in separate legislation. telligence official as led them
;' Thcourse according to' Johnson. Clare's Hospital. He .Was 88. Shw to the belief there is no stability
i r i o I rThe Senate Democratic proposal Joan uenverd ,the roposan enson, a Negr 'aidthe only Sh Otif leadership in the Soviet Union G ils 10, Boys 8
1 m. would offer less relief than the of al rrepsibility," American with Pear when he S nor is there likely to be for some | R E L E A E
T I / "~IHouse-approved Democratic plan five other Sena e Finance Commit- reached the North Pole, had A o w- S.. hti.. ow ittme. i r e s ed s p r
I W [to give a $20 income tax cut next tee. members Who. had support been Ill for six weeks. He died oft IOSCOW Show Malenkov resigned his top gov. .. .,
Jan. 1 to everybody taxpayers the use proposal. a cetebral -hemorrhage. ernment post a month ago. Ten girls and eight boys were Shows: t : ., 2:i, 4:37,
n I J A Iand dependents. The new plan wis devised ti Admiral Robert Peary hired UOoCOW, March 0 (UP)--All U. S. experts on Russia expect born at Gorg as Hospital during r6:4, 9:01 p.p..
-- "- The House plan was beaten by pick up votes in an effort to sal. Henson as his personal valet on nine members of the Communist tougher talk to come out of Mos- he week ending at midnight, r --- "
Sthe Senate Finance Co mm ittee vage at least part of the tax cut eight Arctic expeditions over a Party's Presidium including Pre. w for a while. Monday, March 7, according to |
TO DAY -_ l ast week, 9 to 6, with two key voted by the House. With nearly period of 22 years. mler Nikolai Bulganin and for-. But they see no reason to be. the weekly hospital report. ,
1 U U |Democrats .-Sens. Harry F. Byrd all Republichans antd some Demo- Henson anld four Eskimos mir Premier Oeorgi Malenov at- i deve polichey decisions will be bas- There were 196 patent ad- | to '.. I
nt.A ft i^ I .. .....----------' eras oppoin the House provi. were the sole companions of [rhded an International Wornm. e on other than the assumptions mitted and 184 discharged. Two l Jgei0.wac t
0.60 -0.30 eonfait was acing certain Senate Pearv when be reached the l's.doy observance at the Bol- i nd objectives of the Malenkov deaths were reported during the
Su i m defeat. North Pole in 1909. theaterr last-aight x. gime. wee.
SELEAS E M l al l u .... -. ..Since the news of Malenkov's ek m
RB g L E. 0 1 r a p a.- eses resignation was flashed ftr o m The names and. addresses of
Moscow on Feb. 8, the Central In. the parents of the girl babies
i Jo seh Davieses telligence Agency and re lated were Mr. ad Mr. W. Isas,
government offices here h a v e of Diablo Hehts; Mr. and Mrs. i"
Suns Washin ton"" H. M. Forde, o Panama City; Mr.
OP 6f an: Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Mat-
SWASHINWGTON March 1t0 (uir OldAncon Cluews, oParalse; p., and Mrs.
S- the breakup of the 20-year A. L. Coito, of Pagema City; Sgtg
arri of Joeph Davies I W WS an, L Mrs. Cof Pa oma City; 81
former Ambassadot to. Rus Cand Mr S I tud, of
il. and Mrs. Davies, 67, one of macity; r S m 4m ita .,1
the nation's richest women, and Mr. H. Church, of pan
stunned Washington society to All Pre ed Up m city Lt. and Mrs. R. W.
S, r fabu- for t window alternations on theDPnama Cy.
lous parties. They entertained old Ancon Service Center which
lavishly at Trea1on, the.29-a b. . .
acre-garden filled Davies family Payroi l branch of the Pical D- ing Mr. and Mrs. W. Journey
Ia estate.vision of-Arraijan; Sgt, and Mrs. 8. .
Their marital solit had been The work will Include the in. Headley, of Fort Kobbe; Sgt. and
kept a secret until Mrs. Davies stallation of aluminum jalousie Mrs. C. 0. Webb, of Los Rios;
was granted a final divorce de- and wire mesh in al the win. Capt. and Mrs. H. E. Durst, of
creek yesterday in Gooding, Ida- dows of the building. Fort Kobbe Sgt. and Mrs. R.
ho, on grounds of mental cruel- Bids will be accepted unti 10 Friedman, of Locona: Lt. and
ty and incompatibility. Ben Sto- a.m. March 21 when they wi be Mrs 0. B. Blackwell, of Albrook;
nenber, a New York attorney opened in the board room of the Mr. an dMrs. Henry Lee, of Pan-
k-and spokesman for Davies, ale Balboa Administration Building. ama City; and Capt. and Mrs. :.
,there was no property, settle- The first group of payroll em- A. Cushing, of Albrook. -
ment. ployes were moved from the Pay-
tune from Post Toas ps cereal. BIGGEST A-BLAST Or,'S1 SERIES The fireball from the fourth an(1 most powerful atomic the end of January. Other and the elIcIs Jhny
otu andiTexat i011. Davies 1 blast of the 1955 series muArooms above Yucca flat, Nev. The explosion, set of top a 500-foot groups will move from Diablo to FRIDAY, MARCH 11
al crporati o international tower, caused a brilliant flash which was seen 800 mileS away and In six states. The vapor trails Ancon in April and June, with HIGH LOW Gtar" Steak at the
lawyer. at right are from rockets set off as part of the test. the entire move to be complet- 5:7 a.m. 11:39 am. A I Restaurant
_orda A cuse ed In July. 5:52 p.M. .......,. w
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