The Panama American

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

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00678

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^ ) ith 'Al fr~ *'e qboyg $107 A D r $ .20. moth M B i B B ousteal trea ient of te aed
jett m %1 Nff f atn Pitonalt Intel nce report, f pr eptai kettrank o the ebig. the room. W, March 11 (UP) parfield Osborn, president of comprom iI l but gave
fields, was thou to besomme*. aid the reported new Red W corporals' br eir equivalent with o- f Labor James P. he zoological society which llp.BAr l -.,t 0 t
where between sue and Singa- deployment lato the coastal sec- more tha eight years in uniform. Mitchell d today new, operates the Bronx Zoom/ o,, saidlo pin""s-- ,r -B eaSres"
(i pore .. tor across' the Fono. Strait They wouldet 17 per cent more, n portulte wil open up or the association would be glad, .... Winaton Churchill to call a
S The Nationallsts believed Its Involved approximately 75 rasg them a total of $26. to women In coming year. to put up the money to brinr rH-e lcmmon ae
destination was the port of Foo- planes. $179.40 a month. J A mI Welcoming 500 deleg ates to a the birds to the United States D..p ,Iu II l rm--,, r om
chow at the mouth of the Min The traferred division was Army privates. or their equiva. SurruM ReM s Labor Deartment conferenceon before they .die of the heat. n--. r ". ne.
river and near the Nationalit reported to Include, a number of lent, with more than two.y e a r s the eff, tIve use of woman "We would be hnp .o put 8l 8 ag, -*

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SWASNGON, March (UP ervie W M rit.. to
-T6 Hoe yesterday approved $1 A A '
a ,8(5,015 military pa y In- T p would i f 0 CO 0 I
SAereae desn to encourage crease 1submarin- O n LocalR ate Rl
SOurC WNa A 9eme 3 on trained officers re and T siase aviation o -
andI smen to remain in uniform, cadets from s$161 a month.
TheI measure washpov b R o r t (R-Mo.)1 What is hoped will be a "step- cents. Aericans in the amA
NET. .... ...........t,(N,.aNew-map) Rep-John Taber (R-N.Y.), a lead- chnm _the armed. services for other U.S. veterans now em- much as $2 an hour for the
NET _TIOTEN-Newsmap shows the s.hr.nknisland peri-, er in t.he' ,use economy block group, told t Houe the servic- played by th6e Panama Canal Co. same work. .
meter of Chlfg Kai-shek and his Nationalist goverment on castflg-the only dissenting vote. es no koaget on afford to let on local rate rolls Is being taken Ortiz, who lves in local-rate
Formosa. Since Jan. 1, 1955, the Nationalists have lost the T bill, which now goes to their key men drift away to bet. by the Federal Employes Vete- quarter in Paralso and Is on-
Tachen Islands, and now the lalndds ot Matsu and Quemoy are the 8enat, sailed through with. ter pay bl d.ustry. ans' Association on the Canal ined to local-rate commissar' Ten Canal Zone airpans were thrown into a
threatened by the communists* out a word of oppaoition after He a tue pay, raise, whIle Zone. privileges said ble hions
.~ ~supporters said it might save costly, can save "untold millions" works a l nship on h amlll- today for a missing Ft. Ko plne overdue here f
*~ n~money .in the end by cutting ex.- in the eail. FEVA has referred to Wash- ly. He W be read to retr n Jose with two Americdlaboard.
pensive military training costs. "I think ov the long pull it ington a complaint charging In three tars, he sa. .d. .
.. The measure would provide mil- will result mndous savngs discrimination of a U. S.eitl--A WA'A spokesman, Arthur The missing De Haind Beaver gngle-engine
\hAl A l m V I ntll l rty pai y ras rin an"gig from 6 to the txpr ft.," shortt said. en, Puerto Rican Alphonse Argernon junior vice-commamd- airplane, which was piloted by Capt. Kenneth M. Fune
S ei n Brea sQuemoy]L u ll, to s per cen .. ortiz who has been employed er, said .. -rable action in the
They would go to everyone in7 on the local-rate payroll by case,,wh is the first of this 37, and carried onemilitary possengr, whose nome
unif orim except officers with less [a the Canal asa grea rack at- nature they arehandling. w bebeing withheld at press time. pndig tification
a. han three years serviT and a-T i i S- T tendant at the Corral for nine a big help for other U.S. voters .
Chang -Navy TolGrab Tanker I*,,..,mon ...,..,.es .. t.h ntwo.year. now being paid local-rate wagesof kin, took off from San Jos6, Costa Ricat duk
Vi00a0 ly / T ,,. IThe Defense Department, which Offie .mI T day and has-not been hdord from igce. It wag due tot
-- requested the measure, said more i i i Orti, a veteran with 12 years : h,.i.
ff-dO n -B ynr rei n O .. .b-- ---, e to lleve In.Weary rive at Ft. Kobbe at 9:30 last night.
TAIPE, Formosa,. March 11 rot itlo't, modern..ir divi- i .to. Uan 'lif just about the fAr M the Canal to switch him to U.S.- The planes which are making an mnteive rc '
(UP) Communist artillery s .,eUalg.disnewgmodel Rus eg-thierte .at etrai ed at cosh --, rate roll, but his request was re- the area between here and SoJ hv
shelled Nationalst-held uemo; a i e to. the ia fo a retb Bids wiult. ba March 30 funed two months 1g ... Penu _
island today, breaking a week- ,2lth C i" to,3500 Sr a stratojet,,, bomby the Panale- Company basis that It was contrary to o fr are negative.
long lull In the Formosas t. IFon st .der pilot. 'for the fuinstalling Panama Canal policy.n The Caribbean .r. C..nma.d cdpt. Funch.. reside. "
nique, thefirst 0 $even, ys, the muniO S MBliturh r oafoieia. said the m o fficesncped governor- They said there are many Rescue Coordination Center e- Kobbe with his wife rand_ .
said Red guns at Amoy and on troop Into the Fooch l resident adt -governor- U.S. citizens nowemployed on NEW YORX, March 11 (UP) ported the U.. Amy sonhAubu
two nearby Islands fired three within easy striking of the svc e wto vll 11f a v ice psaldent the board local rate rolls with the Pan- -The New Tork Zoological So. plane, which Is assigned to thel Tenaeo hinly
barages, otallg 52 rounds, on u oMfhore. land, ala a "warf it- Isdisswtid t room of v nlsraton ama Canal Co. clety ofater yeMay to Caaro.es. n geer AvtonhelCn
ben tersn alarmed the pulac e of nts cue 1 b wear enguns
The shelling began at noon Red coastal.are-as.am ,a w irth .ap ved bMl The work of itioning The veteran who started on vwa nguih in the summer sun m .. erlythsmorn tg. th. tates notified :
and the lait shot0 was fired wo At tBesame time, the. aUonfi d. U rtheb i s- pernta"e ilreasethe offices will. the in- the job nine ears ago at 34 of Bueno Alre. An Albrook- s .8th Air
hours and 18 minutes .ul -r allab Defetw Ministry confirmed t bioest peco^ndlieur as stallatO of !i", condition- cents ap hour, i now making 95 Rescue AmpMlbn, .htd I. AbI .
The communique salad noCam- that_ heavy reltforcements are o ot o second' 'lor. eant na and theweaTllatlon of -nThe penguain, according to a C.bt .R.ah _w was *a 0O r9 i
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case has to tb reolved in favor of ous Palm Beach woman planting McCormick, head of the American p s i o
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THE ?ANAMA AMERICAN Cn Spr .e For Behind?
RD A =, T o PANAMAAMNAs P1146 Peter Ba50n P5, I. E* d o n
Iouut r NELSON EOUNGVUJ. v1 IN s 2
MAn ODIO ARIAS. EDITOR 0 a
S*' H Srnme P. O. Box 134, PANAMA. OF P. o *
TtEL.EPHOPN PANAMA No. 2-0740 (5 LINES) I
CA'-LK ADOgeKis PANAMERICAN, PANAMA In .d
0 4.ON OFICI, t 1.179 CENTRAL AVENUE BETWEEN 12TH AND 12TH STREETS
FOREIGN REPRESENTATIVtS< JOSHUA B. POWERS. INC. 0
245 MADISON AVE. NEW YORK. (17) N. Y
MIONTH. IN AByANC- 3 1.70 S 2.50 0 '0 0
ONI YIA, N ADVANCE 1.5024.00 W WASH
TH IS YOUR FORUM THE RIADIRS OWN COLUMN WASHINGTON-NEA)-It was a o lag behi
r J mdram atic session of the House of i- 'o---o f Vd W. A "s' -. be
rs rL M RII iX epresentatives When President 0 a^o- o ,0 .ain
S E L O sent up his special -
"Dear Joe" letter to Republican
leader Martin of Massachusetts, opose isr

The Moil Box is en open forum for readers of The Panama Americn appea ing ior pas age of the ad. o I re
ILetters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confidential gram Representative Mat re rin er e
Sl w*"T ^ ^ ...dIn^ .. ^ ^ ^ .. -. .P ^ ^ ^0,.0^ spoke" cn-t,'and Speaker Sam Ray.
Ie rIyou sontributee letter don't be Impatient If i doesn't appearth4 pokeo t and Spaker SmRywitness
Siext day. Letters are published in the order received. crafts into line to obtain passage against
Please tyh to keep the letters limited to one page length. But just after the President' w
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest conen. .. letter hd bn read Re Cle o J r nght-w
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for staemeats es epiniom land M. Baild e red, p. Cleve. te
expressed ia letters from readers. tained the floor .reject t
ABROOK FIE "It was nice to listen to the very nominee
S.ALB(-OOK FIELD excellent reading by the minority 1 f
S ., leader of the letter from our Presi- o io
I +dent," commented Bailey. "B ut t ewi 's
4, The letter# by "More Logical," not only sound, logical, but he canot betoo c much ctnce nrnedn a
t eakes good common~ sense. However, it would dbe even more log- news ticker just now carried the o o i' gene
&al to conjecture that Balboa High School has nothing to do information that he had gone out 'I hav
'it th iohe Burning Tree hdlub to play o oreltgSon o,
I Let us suppose that there is a small group ol good old loyal to the DBurning Tree Club to playt re siea
'mericans in the AdministrAton building who just plan do not o Wh le my Democratic n frie0 co n. try e





are prlch a t doing and bleedingi ,y fo. ltei rmation.
lae the noise. They want it quiet up there, especially during h im, h e is playing golf." o ec .o 0n.r
conference hours. I, for one, do not blame them, but their corn- h he t 0 g-0-lf ]ac John
'iort isn't going to come cheap, nor without effort. o ut the start of this year's series M d. sari.
The effort is obvious if you have been keeping up with "their" oatoie start o tis yea's sin Neesvdiada a ini


aro s te Govermenthasi lot of mnto th ro away. Iee lof atomicndo r, weapon test in Nevada.by -0- is
eapaganda for the last five or six years. The school, my dear here were several long delays be- that ,he $
t oader ts.Is oo restah e I
Smerely a device, a lever so to speak, to move the pop- cause o bad weather. This meant
4ace to tears. that some of the greatest mathe.- i er (
And don't think they haveft been running it into the maticians in the country' were a s anr
ground: in fact, they are still at 'They now have a transit forced to sit around with not .y .. ep his com
mountedd to check clearances be n incoming and outgoing auch to do i mon
planes and the school's roof. No wouldn't you consider that To kill time, one of them sug.- '"'" in or
,an effort? .. Ingested that they try to figure out ra ty be
tea are quiet Never mind he Formosa."or ll, o iy other' plAyers of black jack, one of the -- Ha
crisis; the Government has lo of money to throw away. popular indoor sports at nearby -' descrn
So let's throw more away ust to keep the boys happy up Las Ve as-the country's biggest dso an
0o1 the hill. At least it's more comfortable that way. legal lize dgamblingb center.u o e b lic. c r
_-S-h-h-h-h Quiet. this fascinating problem,' they when it
nI more -- ~eame up with a system whizh Sd i'w S s whe t
Sthey figured Would let theay S atterbra I e SafaI i r
SSAN ANTONIO BUGLE ers break even-perhaps even win. to be a
Sl:As the rains continued, a research to 808 D iADK 15
g.w Alr:8 Cc task force rushed over to a gam. By WeU RWUA "*
Well, that Spring weather we had a week ago disappeared, bling b, to conduct their expeb 6. h i r t sh be e o n ir th t be Mr -
lat more than two days. The state had two days at the week science of course. .t rsen ,ng
nd without frost-a little early for thePanhandle, but they Somhow, e basic data seem PALAMOS, Spain-I travel a cats, such as tigers, panthers, sam- maybe I ant wealthy, but I could th h
will Ret more while we are practically safe. ed to h in s error. The system just lot but the one expedition I aim to bar and chital, the ladies, etc. crowd in as a sportsman, and this ublicizr(
My old friend, Miss Alna de Zavala, whom I assisted in se- didn't work. The scientists lost1 shun this year, no matter where it (that "etc." means Miss Putnam is one form ot sport I aim to shun e
rng $85,000 to save the Alamo, passed away last week at the their s lhrts, 11 ts, is Miss Beverly Putnam's has become known and admired this year, aldmgh t will be diff.
age of 93-a grand old patriot. Her grandfather, Lorenzo de Everywhere Safari, wh by the darin men who venture t. The difficulty s that
EZavala, was the first vice-president of the Republic of Texas. Air forcee Secretary Harold E is.coldly designed to make each beyond the last frontiers of this Putnam's troupe of transients she lsti
This reminds me that if I ang on until the 23rd I will cele- Talbott and Secretary of the Navy member of this floating sorority well-traveled globe). Which may plans to invade Spain, North Af. NvJi
Vibrate my 92nd anniversary and you are all invited. Too many Charles 8. Thomas were them. famous. It ays so in the poop be true. But as a timid admirer rica, France Italy, Greece, India mlth, a
candles for the cake. elves largy 'A sible for the f heets. of this candidate for Osa John- Bangkok, Central Africa and nli cam
Rouse Armed et nvestigat- .onc y, would like topn .p t ot Monte Carlo as welB a Los An. ,, ev,
S -Pop Wright. hg subcont l -to a bol- How to Become a Celebrity" that we will admire her more geles, leaving not very much room Bnob Tat
___-------------------_ /-- _---- --- Jsh closed bie. national It says, and then goes on to nar- when she discovers that a sambar to hide in. Harlan
"se ...o t' i defense secr',W F.. ally in- tate that "in June of this year fif- and a chital are not big cats. They I can think of nothing more hor. Herma
.Answer t Previous Puzzle evolved. teen women will be feted and pho- pre differing species of the deer rible than the state of strife among attHne
Christmas Joy When the investigation of the tographed, interviewed and admir.- family. It would give me more the huntresses when they start ha defeat
S, banishsh Air aes came be- ~e and min le with many great faith in her as a a girls' guide to quarreling over the white uter, the New
..... fore the con ftee, I th two secre. ames" n ,e great cities of the thie far places. who stole whose pith helmet, what mission a
iACROSS 56 Bomrn g-S.f.. .tries de an t iM l 'heangs.orld and the only require" ent Why 15 women would spend so went with the last bottle of nail "an unsui
,p 57 Gra now @ e p. F. dW La ) wfor this fame is that each lady much money and go so far merely polish, who siassed the tiger first flat r
.f gIC ita oii -- n hairmai of a sub. have a little nerve and dollars. to be greeted by popping flash- and who is really the nmost-beloy a r
o Smmitte w why. Miss Beverly Putnam, who led bulbs and prying reporters when by the wealthy and famode aportes B
J- a g n all-girey lxas6 aon al-g fari to Africa last they can ttk Aia banl cosil$ at mnP ;ir there aeylie?.the diflk mi

ll o ". _. l was sec Talbott's group treks Mchl euh Europe games. ousies. I.,
t jwge s p in -in o testimony dask d .to contain where, it say, everywhere they go Miss Putnam already has of- + t
_" nw I Sp bnin fos 4 nothing secret. Secretary Thomas they will eeted by e p lered u the scalp of Haile Selas- I intend to adoe a very eer e r
.2ho e r,24,Attired 38Lancn g Wecret .,Sec r Tey.l b td b o..A Intd
Se ambt Shwer 24Attired 38 nc took three sentences out of a l Plg fai bulM of.- aphers sie in Addis Abaa as an induce- thing. I shatl steal the girls' itin
SSed i eagle 25 Wash 9 Before page. statement. Then the hearing and the pry quests toa report- ment and sort of coyly hints that erary from the gent ag n d wherI "I had
S' 4 trural fate 26 Greek ,n Miton was opened up to press and public. ,ers. T t ys. any one of she might be able to produce Er- eve they intend to be at such and great pr
1-4 -at, t -ro Subsequently,' ,t Hebert:- sub these d i beauties is Iest Hemingway, as well. But if such a date will find me away off ('arolin
S, h ca5rd ChristmEl-hiquien .mmitto e plse ItIe tht all ot con thtes, cli. he cap't she reckons that the in the opposite directlan. It's a free, ork Ba
7 Ocean vessels pastry is hearings would be open lunle gs, p ., pictures, and pu- spoor of I15 broads in the bush will world and all that, but there are
.s -- s, .... g.B ,6 M W witnesses showed 24 hours in ad- itcity she haE a chance to de- eventually drift along with t h e some things that can be classified had been
t e at ,2 Diving m .d .45 Great Lake vance. that they had national de. part December 3 on the first all- wind and attract some other "fa- only as ridiculous, if not down. Wlker aJ
Giber 10Exploit 80Formerl 46Vands fnse material present, or that girltiger hunt in India, ous and wealthy spo t I.ien. .i ght dreadful. and this strikes meonver be
Coll .d.. Sto- 2Aten the. 48 German r ive unwarranted injury would be After 13 days of shooting the big Well,- maybe I aIn't famous and as one. -
^----~ Ireles" ,tory 3 Attend th e 4 Grman rver ..... f^ r .
Coleegechew 19 Knock Cbristma 4G Lacerate caused to any individual. Later.
Let nothing 231From to --of your 50 Let It stand present pealing te
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with .'77 port as a cushion against unem-. WBhaalter W inches In New Yo Wa

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re t U.S. government appropriate. THE BROADWAY TICKER Statement t the paper by thePane ..Geb Yelns violins at Greensbo
Vebl .ee Instead, indirect methods of fl-.. American Civil Liberties Union the Patio. Definion of Slanted pily resp
MCorreiat ve nancing will be used, such as are, Bobc Rockefeller is mixing biz This, famed group.. fihts for the Reporting: Twisting the facts be.
Marthafr l ow planned for the highway pro. with pleasure in Yurtop. He's rights of Americans, Nas Com- fore you even have them.. .Some-
Maria" gram, public school and hospital multi millionaire antiques m. isf, yaspists, Incians,1iegroes of the ftopposition refer to our ad- From t
iter vetch construction I nate. Last. initial like a make. ,C.atholc, Protestants, Jewg and vance news items (on 1the market) t. h ri"
X o, .of : SThis will evolve private bond IKathleen Wmsor's Top Secret in radio, commentators, who are re- as "tips." We call them Pipsl by utea',
f' hedawa rmT-T-- issues, U.S. government insurance Washington held high posts under fused a far hearing or. trial.o ;, y
I uddL ,or mortgages guarantees on proj FDR 4ie d Truman Wedding Said "t excuse recoal.... All the evidn.c, ,uncered t, l e o
ects of oal govrnmen, or the es ae beii tuned for the "An- Murphy Main:. "In Winchel's d. date (on the unsolved erge Rubn uncin
lease-p-rchae |plan whic h the Eisr. de weigh", st designer (Geot tisr ul ti.h J ltstein murder) points to one prime him in
..... -enhowar administration isi using to Jen..s..a and very wealthy social ws ice the Fulbraght Co...1mm, isuspeet .ut they haven't enougmmh ohe n,

dg him at" .SunValley..He'sthelighm. __ Irngt sc cor danceail y.tableshofga .antancesordacHasithethe
I Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Overseas Press Club giant. Mar- prmc e of due po.eHs (n- ame pe^
S e whe ta garet O Br un the star, and Wm. tutio) Wchel should be ; dll a nd -tha ,m o..., Usually.ci de o
President Esnhoweror teab- ewsome, Jr (22) a uh-huhney n opportumty to testily as soon s.meb else's .. H was er demo
Inet job, accepted it for two years. Bob Wagner (the actor) as as possible particularly m vie Of Rubtete,',s ayolil for a while-
nTruale L- te s wo tSecreMary Bn 'woozy about choosey Ann Stebbins his specific request to appear." sea oc.re ."Insiders "ep ort I -
House to 1emmd the President of writers. commentators and e. Mr. and Mtrs. United States! estate shows it- to be amazingly -
': r~this promise. tors (in many leading cities) al. Please write your Senators to urge comparedd to the $25,000,000
-, ^ -- Ike told him, in effect, "If you ready in the hip pockets of the the Flbright Comm ttee to let me rumored ot mtSore than a pair
quit, I quit." people they, write ao is appall. be ht a rd immeately. .Why o mill.
.A -|_...l .J I LK mw,.1 ..-- Secretary Benson decided to lg. But more eye brow-litng Is the should any American have:to wait .-
FlUWm a..f ,I-S 4 L ^stay. Stories that he tried to re- list of tap Waslawmakers neal a weeks tor a chance t d If the Marquis de Portago wantsI
;' W t leW / ( (% f oUlF t sign because Wolf Ladejinsky was who hav "pieces" n, Bus fenid self against -implicatt his freedom, he will hav to a
|/ri I Ir ^*^'.." retained as a Foreign Operations Lines and other hidden assets. And and. statemcots based on no fet Carol McDanMls (of the South
, j $J Ji ,'. *, Bienson tried to fire him as a secu. of teleision stations But that's and ailhilar programs (iand com Brow Aenton & .ews. tave)
.,. 'rity risk, are now dMaled. e another. column and broadcast. mentators have invited me to use weds letty Labbe next month-.
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witelae hasheen march- oc latt aplls' that ft
nd closed dora to deliver lately studded with *
f .thi wi thi timooepy he ealUkin' ,ey aI
ard -on Capitol Hl re- hearing. ..
the fitness of a Supreme He also Bad afot tfl
smti. The man -they op- lupremne Court wadnt *tir .
rohn Marshall Harlan. But vigorously enough for t 'Cmt
their testimony was so tution. -
so unfair, that It boom.- "We ane vary amch -r
Sin the paWlic world," .heo.aiL
Is a cross-section of the -about this situatiM.a'a the e
parade, some for, some preme Court. We are horrible yup
Harlan: set about, it. .
n K., Hart, lobbyist or As for Harlan Jodan conceded
g causes.. calledd ,on ith tongue in cheek: "He mybe
Tudimary Committee "to a very fine person individualy
he n minati ,of Justice but we listenlid to 'a lot' e- if'W
and not to confirtn any cmmendatione-for Alger His e o
who is not known to be inpon a time "
America first." J Jf e rnLL
commentator Fulton Klmbfelter. the Jefferhonla
protege, George aMC yRepublican, had trouble hearing .
peaking for the Aimeria I have been here three days- In
and the "patriotic world" succession, and my batteries ran
ral declared stitriAlIy: d he explained.
e no interest, n politics or f r pointing out that "it re-
or anything except where printe a money to be -s.
the basic security of the clastl hp got off an another
and then we Iwuig into taten t and declared: "I have -a
.tendd four '.national- eonventions,
Buchanan of Pittsburgh, ad very time they have wpm..
g a crack byNorth Da- ted rnog man. They did
en. Wild Bill Langr i Chicag- in 1952, don't forget
was "a professional withat. I was there and saw it stofla
pealed "to John Marsha from Taft."
Maryland Republican sen-
d. the other ^me bers of I hope and pray you will not go
mittee to vote for the con"-ito poetic. plored Welker.
of John Marshall Har- "I ant hoar you'v' replied
der that that great name lefelter, ngerng hearing
continued in American aid.-----
Klinefelter of Baltimore, TAFTS BENIGN BLESSMING
g himself as "a Jeffer-
nstitutional state rgt Tafts name came up again when
n,"? suggested. -tth Senator Smith an ex-Printon
made a terrible mistake l sn -O. a ,a
began renting money. He protinessor noted: backgrone of Jeat
Smuch .onew y.. the hins in the background o
out Harlan, but he."' med 11 S tatahens da of-A
inst him verse, to wit, Princeotn ,Unver-
CENT m OGESS .Fity. If Bob-.Tft were here, 1 o
""CENT ] +PROGRESS afraid he wAu Mld allfge be.-H
*rMt W... Hoard rI. was an EUl .. But I know Bob
rest W. aowa ,ld tre 2aft, if he were heroo, would have
something d the same view of John's record
of Progress,' complained and ability that L have.'
cause wasn't properly E,-DA, t-:M e848, test-imny
by the radios and news. Dabout Har. bandin ofthe
c. eaed Jt very 'isiNew York Criae Commission was
le Jet.' TV et disputed by Judge Joseph Piros.
every week or 1. cents kauer,. who had worked witk Har-
ied. lanon the commission.,
,pei as witness; nof At one point Senator Weka, got
eout Hars nb testy and shouted at Proska"r
e ou t tHarlanbut && "Nowi I will do the examination
eryone that the atvored n nd you willdo the answerlg ."
would also have favored The elderly attorney rep;,
n Methfessel, ex-district just as testily: 'I will do the.a-
on Staten Island, blamed swering, senator, yo -may lbe. Lure
on the way Harlan ran o that "
York Satte Crime Cornm- -1 -. .. .
nd concluded Harlan was The Payette, Idaho,, senator be.,
table intice for the court came sarcastic again when P.oP-
ort .. kauer told ol his service, re .
e.... sending the American JewU i n."
SRAN'S GRANDPA nttttes at the Unitedr-
IBO' o m-' ,P' "ot .al_. f
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mBn Welker acted mia soft 'l y e. V
prosecute attorney, al- on *,_ a h,
rii into witnesses at the Ul a a
ectia. about his famous Later iss Is ;
Eastland rred to a UN brief
a .andfather that ws I that Proskauer had signed-ia btlef
eacher down in North saidEastla. "which wsf algied
he boasted, after New ith Mr. Alr H .
S mund Lei "Mr. who? perked u Wealker.
r president Edmundfaer astland pointed out had bee
on the Srne Court signed by several others, inlud-
ddes coyt l that he had ig .Myers S. McDougaI, h0.m
en able to achieve hit Eastlant described as "a se -
Sfame. ... n"ate, of mine and a very d io'
while Buchanan was ap. man.
o John Marshall Butler Ito .+ ,b -.
John Marshall Harla But Welker wouldn't be etred'
- S r again: e "WellI" and resped Proskauer aboat, 'his
moust rela ye." assoc ation With Hiss1... .W
"wa's hrtis-nae? asked "I hadno personal communlca.-
ip olitelys a tion with Mr. Alger Hiss, plied
end Georg W. Welker of Proska wearily. "And at the
ro North Carolia,' ha timeI gned (the dcu )
o, North Carolina2, ha ,,_didn't know anythi.-'abb 3 1r.'
anded We. er. Hiss' derelict1ios.
URF THEATRE Thus thelose-deprgbe
Justice Hatralis nd
he point of view of pure rambled on. Why t was Msd
the best show was put on nobody knows. but t was. ;'-
n Lewis's friend, Georg ..
rdan who started off his RO "DOG
against Harlan by an- HOT I DOG
: "I had never heard of I y _A q*
ay life until he came up GOSHEd (UP)
minatlon." dog tarted a dire hre -that n g
was suspciou of Haras e a tw etry hos na
attitude toward the .I woman to th- hospital. Tk dog-
Ion. whtse aim is to unite namod Rnyer--eaught tire ws

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lfiase .. Of Guaranteed ASlar Wad Shlck By 2 Aios tohel ;
S "l "iv awtom, B SA -- FORT WAYNE, d, Ind.. March 11 Sp e uferd ce cut. m ,
Ma r NA Service NEW YORE, March 11 -(UP) stion behind pensions" as an im. --(UP)-A truck loaded with a ad Catle
11 sit. Swtha th etr a t e d -k Chiago management consult- prt nt bargaining issue. "bombs" was struck 'by two .u-1.
_red L,-isliire on the e, state wit- u s u IldRunchlag. 26.Josep
shif dttP e a Iaon. industry today to tOne the plan gain a foothold tomobilea today when it rtaUlled _p
aAI,. ta fteeiedpto union dema nds fceor a dt Paian h 1dl s it moust on n a highway with tire, and 29,u" ecatund Harriet C Mnchr ,
SLo.SS rackets the issy atterso hard A "guaranteed annual wage" a n d be understood there will be strong five persons were injured c t. as wr hu
O i'n a hlwRP with Ywl eso had4102 prepr alternative p I a n a for efforts to "upgrade it to 100 per as"boe mb" bt iede ntf ktow
lt o d dihals pAR1 Mtoday. t Awts and saw Fuller flee
1 rw9te up its m- ma he l toe. A10 6 4 "'constructive 'bargaining.' cent compensation for amnefploy- The explosive cargo, however, what heut td not kow
uMa.nEWtthypprostSihear Beddow earlier had tried to is2 C. Wilson Ridel, director of ment." was not detonated by the concus- pe were.
med.., dain Alrth eue. eta rln P iaets a a debt-idde W td .62 research the consultant firm If no such plan Is agreed upon sion.
.id efw4,pu Albert Fuller. pictau r pe Padgett as a debt- ildeui .ST AST of Boo. ElIPn & Hamilton and a in the expectedly hot negotiations
de eete a i a man fafcg e that rosecut r l 5 6K Q 073 nationally-kown authority in the t Detroit he said, "GAW will The accidents occurred while
the lae ha r Fm as concted "'some da watlermel 4 07 field of elective bargaining, told likely lose some of its momen- troopers were speeding to the
the leflrc chair for Fysawof Ats o cutting be d and l Q10 4 special tWo-dy executive con. tun." scene at the request of the truck
ty. G -eaomi Alber Patter 000 in rewards will be divided' AQJ 10 8413 fence on GAW today that the But Randel said management driver, who wanted them to direct
tn.a' e "On that day, Judas will get a SOuTH (D) issue .may be the hottest thing to must not think it can ignore the traffic while the truck was block. I
1adge J. Russell McElroy was ew pieces of silver,' Beddow 6 4 cpe out of the Midwest since problem. Ing a portion of one lane of U. S. '1
pe tocharge the Jury ad said J 95 a the Chicago fmeu. "It is potentially explosive," he 27 about five miles south of here.
assign the case to It late today. Fuller, the defense chief added, A 72 said and "saying 'no' will not0 -.- ... ,- a z c.m
In another courtroom at t = a e us indicted by a coward 4K75 "The ap racing April show- a ce.
Jefferson- unty court use, the damnable rand jury and prose- Bothsides vul. down' i n the* auto industry. he He management and un on ke T o ,Invited9Ju. .emen Ave.


At. re Ferrell, Ferre was" being taking one-third of the slot .ma Openin lead- K Auto Workers demand for GAW, not o nlyaid workers but improve To' V iSit Old Man
tried 'for trying to steal the pr. chine proceeds in Phenix C i t ys "it may vry well sweep into po. managements profit position if it
ms y eaetion trom Patterson two 100-milton-dollar vice empire be could be- achieved. R r OCHIESTER, N.H, Mrch 11e
weeks before he was murdered. fore the Patterson murder Davd Lasser, research director (UP) A 7-year-old Rochester
.e vote fraud trial touched brought on a state "purge" of the How would you go about making en ts for th e CIO International Union of boy will Invite..PreBdent Esen- r ri
uon so. e of the biggest figures fl shot town near Ft. Beening, four hearts witha e South hand orkles ImAE f r Electrica Workers, wnich w ill hower to pay a birthday visit to U
n t;e t A state's eviaince Ga...hown today? You must draw two eek GAW agreements this year the Old Man of the Mountain .
witness W. af.y linked Go v. Patterson had camparned for rIunds of trumps to capture West's with the giant Westinghouse and this summer. MSar
James E. Folsom with. the g- attorney general on a edge to king. That leaves only two trumps General Electric companies, said
Splot..od the same witness clean out his home town and his, the dummy, not enough to taxe R the IUE was contendt withl a De- Harry R. Elott will meet the
uoed Ferr as tellig him the slogan was "the man a ga t .t 9 cot-a rtan you third club and odman p rWe of -ab conclusion that President ton Washinton today -
tnto swch 1s ontel d hnad the ermoe." He edged Lee Porter in' otdud fourth diamonds. W* r a a i tate aws do not recently probi- He will be introduced by presr-
ival not only of the adminis- a runoff desp to the alleged plot It looks as though you nmst sure- bit payment of such benefits fromn dental assistant Sherman Ad-
a 'ln but 'y. S. senators n swrin dl, vt to eehmdbs p lose one di mond andd three The Naval' Station, .odman. and depe ,ently adminis t e r e d ams, former New Hampashire
ti but V "U, S. senators."Ito swing 1,.0 votes to his oppo-. c usor mewo dimondsan ohsreted orsale m -, lIII UU[" i lud as former New Hampshirea
her's aNt hinged on state uent after the preliminary, unof. clubs or two dimonds and two has advertised for sa by corn- lund. governor. SPO I
te jy placing-him n the fcal. count showed Patterson the clubs. petitive sealed bids 39 lots of Lasser said the IUE felt some
lust before and just after winner. The game can be made, how- foreign excess property located CAW agreement is especially im. The Old Man of the Mountain,
Patteron' wa shot down in a Lamai Reid, former Jefferson ever, a I K. M. Pellegg demon- at the Naval Station Rodman. portant at this time because "the a 45-foot rock formation that
Pnenix City alley Jdne 18 and his County Birmingham Democratic strated in a recent rubber bridge The lots include usable items present feverish boom may col- looks like a man's face, was dis-
alibi, supported by half a dozen chairman, was enlisted by Ferrell game to Jfofa, Israel. Pellegg of a general nature. Autumotive iapse about our ears any minute covered by woodsmen 150 years for mian
witnesses, that he was at te and las Garrett, formerstate made his gme contract by f- parts; office furniture suppl said the on beles uow." s GAW o. It s New Hampshire's offi-
Russgll CqinvtY jail at those times. attorney general, to switch O NMg a way to win a trick with lis-land fixtures: electronic items: He said the union believes GAW cial emblem.
Sus Cot- notes here, Reid tee t if i e d as of clubs and building materials are a- is necessary because the present l
state's witness Reid also is a de- west opened the king of dia-. mong those items being adver- employer contributions to unem- f the President accepts Bar
3rd Batalion Takes tendant in the case. monds and was allowed to hold tised under Invitation B-9-55 ployment compensation are "no If the Prnvitation the ts Man's
I3rd Ba l Ol 8K S Mrs. Lee Porter, wife of t he the trick. He continued with the which is scheduled to be opened incentive to stability." birthday will be designated as
defeated candidate, testified s h queen t dlanonds, and South won at 10 a.m. March 29. v the day of the President's visit.
KRig rousJun tglv plotters to bling her into th e of hearts next and let it ride fora ed on any regular working day Tire Makes I DON'T YOU
scheme but did make one call to unesse. He continued with a low through March 28 between the Tio rn y
Wa areid for them. heart to dummy's ace, capturing hours of 7:30 a.m. and 2:30Tiresome Journey
Garrett, the man Patterson was the king on the way. p.m.
Seeks rigorous jungle nominated to succeed, also is The ext stepwas to chsh the Invitatin to b For 3 USAF Majors ew ew OUR
training were complete this charged with the murder of the ace of spades and ruff a low spade Copies of the invitation to bid
traiweek by uning t of the Thd bat- crime fighter He is now in a !rh the South hand He then ruffed may be obtained at building 306
taiion atthe3or itnhant b.Op Texas sanitarium and his trial diamond min dummy and ruffed Rodman or by contacting the BOWHAM, Tex., March 11 (UPL
tallon at the 33rInfanre trop has not been set in either ase. another spade to make sure of Sales Office, phone Rodman -A flat tire yesterday slowed
rated jungleLwrfaretr n Eee clearing, spades from the Went 3847. sBids must be received not down three AirForce majors P
center at Fort Sehrman- hand. later than the bid opening time from Lowry Air Force Base, Den- C
Operating the US Army's only With the stage thus set, Pellegg above ver. who are traveling to Mac-
junqle warfare trainingI center Leding UeW led his last diamond. West played Dill AFB, Tampa, Fla., in a used-
In the world, staff and instruc- he nine o( diamonds, and declar. car they bought for $3. t
tor personnel trained the bat- an D er discarded a club from dummy FISH WANTED The offleers are Leo I. Rein-
tallon in various phases of sur- PB || I clil instead of ruffing. West promptly horn, George J. Taylor and Rich-
vival and combat operations. A led a fifth diamond, and dummy CONCORD N. H. -(UP)- An ard McCluney.
total of 52 subjects were taught RIAs,, C Dr v again discarded a club. South also admitted novice fisherman wrote They got the flat repaired and
to the unit. Belo W Y K M ar ch discarded a club. the New Hampshire Fish and left for Shreveport, La.. and are
Directed by Maj. Robert 0. A- NEW YORK. March 11 (UP)- At this stage West had only clubs Game Department for "any infor. hopeful of arrival at MacDill to-
barr. the battalion received Orand Union Co. yesterday an- left in his hand. If he led the ace aiation leading to the whereabouts day. -
training in subjects ranging from nounced seven-cent price cuts nt clubs, dummy would ruff, and *,i the fish. .- .,
mine-laying to night navigation, on two big national coffee South would later win a trick with
compass course and Individual, brands, making the new price the king of clubs. _
squad. platoon, company and 99 cents for a pound of vacuum- If West led a low club, dummy R TZER
battalion-size problems. DualY packed coffee. would discard, and South would e / OA
Instruction averaged 11 hours The price reduction, which make a trick immediately with his
for each man. take effect today In 130 super- king of club. Either way, West w pmen
Commanded by Lt. Col. D. L- markets In metropolitan New could get no further tricks, and OL M S -
B ta the undt m d nto York, mark the first time In 14 South was sure to make his game Ii? -
thT I leFrr w ib n timp months the food chain has sold romtratt. A P
and soed training with 148- brand name, vacuum packed '
hour tton Army training coffee below one dollar. IL
t Battalion tests are conlid- Safeway Stores, Inc., made a &ci
er" ad atlon exercises" for similar announcement and pth- oc iveo
ut ts k ng unle warfare er large chains are expected to
xsJang follow the move by Grand Uti- your canary
During the test. Third battal- ion which came on the heels of a so
Ion personnel parteipted In wholesale cut averaging just Light Value Scale
continuous defense, retrograde over five cents. ad"
movementsek and Bech-NuattackClub System $103.
tons while ,"aggressor forces" coffees bear the new price tar C$
provided the onpositlon. of 99 cents at Grand Union '
Aggressr action for.the train- stores. Earlier. ,Oneral, Food.s 9 J
Ing eriodwas supplied by Corp., reduced wholesale rice RAR INTERNATIONAL
company of the Second battal-oM0 a p d e B h RADIO (ENTER JEWELRYTNA
ion..,ommanding the aggressor pound while the Beech-NutELRY
force was Cat. eacu t was 5 cents7the 110 Ave. Bolvar 155 Central Avenue YES !! INI
8qheduled for future training Coffe experts, noting that the Colon Tel 40
t the Junle Warfare Training retail reductions exceeded the
center are the1st and 2nd bat- wholesale cuts. said the move by _
l of the 33 Infantry. Grand Union probably reflected They'r her
talo of the na desire to bring coffee prices l They're
below a dollar per uound. Ty'll give him -
n l OK one year ago. Grand Unlor Prnmeh's VITA-RICH
Congressional stores were selling Beech-Nt' .diet of Bird d and SECOND LOOR
o l. and Maxwell House at $1.1.5 Bleuidtl Watch im SEC L ND FL
lFlo Ara.uelVt Prices reached a peak of $1.31 thrive.. this amains
Urg F r W ily last Mav, new complex diet keep.
The last time these brand- him healthy, make. him 300 D
UPhwaurv ProA m ,told bel)ow one dollar was Jan lo-tosinsu" .
WASHINGTON, March 11 (UP) umped from 97 cents to one dol- h s for ladies.
Secretary ef Commerce 8in- lar.Fl -
clair Weeks yesterday urged Lower prices set by ronaser
prompt t l approval reflect ets in the price level e World's
lion-dollar highway program. '_______ _________________ _.
/ He told a Senate pabUlic works Ev
subcommittee that "sotution of 1v
the highway roblm s Impera- We are unpacking nasty
tlve for our economic well-being Ev
The subcommittee is conder-
t the adminlatration program Aluminum extension
and b an alternative measure chairs .......... 14.95
sponsored by Ben. Albert Gore k Aluminum and nylon I)
(D-.enn.). The latter would au- ur gliders ............43.50
thorf.e a total of 8 billion dol- iii mi a oll
lars over five years in federal e Pool umbrellas In
states. ... and from ...........16.50 E v
4mes said he opposed the l e better o All aluminum "n
im because it insectss the portable ice boxes .33.50 I
government t r with AVOSET a smaf sr-- for
systems at the expense of the Table Grade. outdoorr life......2.50
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WIeks said the Gore bill Made from
"would either require the levy of r
additional taxes or would in- realan,
creamse the national deficit."e No nail picture hook 0.35
He defended the administru- Ni
flon's proposal to Einance the 9rz Rubber door mate .. 1.45
40.,000-mile interstte system of
sIarhIghways with bonds Is- to PY sweet Asbestos stove pads .. 0.90
sod -by a prrosed Fdert I e Metal iron rest ...... 1.15
yIWn qori. Weeks sid the] ......th.
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Ft. Sherman, deactivated Ar-
my pout, will comp to life this
weekend when some 200 Boy
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.he Zone move on to Toro Point
."ofta weekend of camping activ-
The Camporee, under the gen- A total of 64 passengers
trl supervision of the council sailed yesterday from New York
activities committee, headed by aboard the Pane ma of the
DdL John W. Oberdorf, as chair- Panama Line for Cristobal.
us. will-be directed by Ma. W Twenty three passengers were
r.'Derard. Atlantic district camp- booked to, ail for Porl-au-
A and activities committee PriTce, Haiti.
rman.d actvtes commt The Panama Is sailing on her
S8 h o r t I y m a after 2:30 today the last southbound trip as a pas-
,satrols were to arrive and set senger liner. After March 31, the
up their Individual camps for vessel will be used for the trans-
Stheir ind. At 8 p.m. a camps for portatlon of freight only.
f ir program will be conducted he change operation, how-
with each of the troops present- ever, will not affect present sail-
their oe t tunt. ictor ing schedules nor the operation
,70ung, veteran Scouter and At- of the other two Panama liners
katic district chairman, will as passenger freight vessels.
a M.C. The public is in- The complete advance passen-
,ger list Mfor Cristobal follows: Dr.
and Mrs. Antonio Ague; Har]y A.
: 1ritht and early tomorrow Arens; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ars
morning the Scouts will prepare ter; Col. B. S. Barron; Mr. and
their breakfast on a patrol basis, Mrs. Fred L. Brown; Mr. and
and ready their camp site before Mrs. Louis Brownell: Mr. and
taking off on a five-mile hike to Mrs. Edward F. Brundage: Wade
t.. San Lorenzo. V. Carter, Jr.; D. Barton Chap-
SThere they will tour the ruins man; Mrs. P. L. Cosgrove; Mr.
and eniov a short ride un the and Mrs. Robert Deverick: Mr.
9agres in an LCM. Back to and Mrs. Jacob Doroshkin; Miss
camp by 3 p.m., they will prepare Elsie Easter; Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
fw formal inspection and Flag l1am Fields and William C.
,retreat. Then. back to the pots Franklin and son.
and pans again to prepare sup- Mr. and Mrs. Cameron Guiler;
per. Mr. and Mrs. 4Thomas Henson;
At 7:30 p.m., the council court Mrs. Gussie Hinds; Dr. and Mrs.
of honor will be convened by Alfred E. Johnson; Myron Jus-
Wm. B. Mallory, Pacific district er; Mr Martine Kane: Dr.
chairman. Col. H. 0. paxson, utI3l5 Keating; Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
cou ncil ureldent, will make eph L. La Croix; Mr and Mrs.
main remarks and present th Arthur Leclere; Mrs. Lucile Man-
Eagp award to out StanYat tinband; Mr. and Mrs. FrBnk
ro 17, Ft. canton. Marsh: Miss Marie Muller;' -iss
T ose elected nt o^ the ,orr Martha Nold; Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
of tlie Arrow. national cam Pa ; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
honor society. will comnl 01 tr. and James F. Quinn.Ra
th ordealinitiation under th Mr. and Mrs.' Carl A. Ray-
hNiron or f ette el mond: Mrsa. Eleanor K. ReSan:
ion of Mike Beqluette,'e- Miss Ida Rohrs: S. Q. Russell;
n,8 6y y morning following Mr. and Mrs. William chneider:
Sbrakfast. the different reli-lous MSS Lena Scnneider: Mr. ana
gotiPB swill assemhle for divine Mrs. Howard j. Stagg, III: Mr.
fus will assemble for divine and Mrs. W. Van Underwood;
se es. This will be followed by Mr.and Mrs, Ira Vandwater
a s'.ies of thrce Scoutcraft sea- Mr. and Mrs. Ir Vandewaer
M1038 that will he attended by and Mr. and Mrs. Alexander
ea0b of the Scouts. Wheeler.
After dinner the area will )-i
policed, packs repacked, the DEFINITION
grounds and packs inspected. DEFINITION
Sand the patrols will Psemble for, HANOVR N t(p)
.tl closing ceremony at 2:30 HANOVER N. H.- (UP) -
The teanche auked the class If
D nroughont the entire period yne could tell the significance
a .orp8 of ridges i underr the dl- 0 Veterans' Day. "it's thp day
retifo of W. R. Price, counct i we honor doctors who are kind to
miso ner. will be checking dogs," replied a five.year.old boy.
't1. patrols on their camping. a-
bItv. sented a blue chporee .rtibon i
Jhose notrols scoring' at least and the patrol members will re-
o, out of 800 points will be pre- ceive their 2nd Ake award.


EAST ASIATIC COMPANY
ANNC.JHg SAILING OF

M.V. "SONGKHLA"
/ from
CRISTOBAL TO NEW ZEALAND
ON MARCH 16th
(Single rooms available with private bathrooms).
APPLY:
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Terminal Building, Balboa
Tel. Balboa 1065


Fenton Bullding, Cristobal
Tel. Cristobal 1781


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*S.S. "MORAZAN" .............................March 12
8.8. "LOVLAND" ..............................March 16
*S.S. "HIBUERAS" ............................March 19
*8.8. "YAQUE" ................................March 26
N.b. "L. II. CARL" ............................March 27
*S.S. "MORAZAN" ..............................April 2
S.S. "MABELLA" ................................April I
*S.S. "HIBUERAS" ..............................April 9
8.S. "AGGERSBORG" ............................April 12
*Handng Refrigerated Chilled and General Cargo
New York Service Arrives
.. Cristobal
S.8. "SAN JOSE" ................................March 14
8.8. "METAPAN" ..........................March 21
S.S. "BYFJORD" ............................March 25
S.S. "HEREDIA" ...........................March 28
S.S. "LIMON" .............................April 4
S.S. "BERLANGA' ..........................April 11
S.S. "CHOLUTECA" ......................April 15
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to. New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
and Seattle.
Special rbond trip fares from Cristobal to New
York, Los Angeles, Saw Francisco and Seattle.
To New York .................. .$240.00
To Los Angeles and San Francisco .... $270.00
To Seattle ......................$365.00


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casseroles, pour part of this sauce, and sprinkle /2 cup shredded
Velveeto among the four. Repeat using the remaining sauce and
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each. Salt and pepper eggs. Bake In moderate oven, 350', for
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f. garrison, weresMrs. Lolita Velasques, Mrs. Dorothy Melendes, Mrs. Virginia White and Mrs.
leasee% Meibbea who enjoy a chat and sock tal as the guests arrive.


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tis"as eaufor. foertheoo fn Inter-Amertlan Women's Club prograW after yesterday's lancoa*
el pary. Ad-isory Board- Cecilia E. de A-
o Irias, Advisory Board; Mary Q. de
SS, .Galligdo, Advisory Board: Maria
NFE ST Icaza, Advisory Board; Maria I.
4T QJIWT HIG' -, sabel A. de Uribe, Advisory
Th, Bona of D)iroctoru of ths Inter-American Women's Boarde Cecilia ndo Fabrea, Comr
Cuib held a, lksleon meeting yesterday as guests of Mrs. W. Affairs; Lolita ne Vel asqq e A
8. u11rd 1.1 wisfe .f. the Commander-in-Chief, Garibban Caffa otee irman, VCut lq a
Command, t the qmarte~ of General- an4 Mrs.' Harrison. Jeamette MKlbon, Committee
"W'hSharl H. CieWford, the ortanlation's aetlig pros chalirmap, Cultural: Alice L o m.
Ieat, pifsMduid the meeting, which was attended by ap- bard Committee Chairman, Hos-
prnoimatily ftity members of the Board of Directors and pitality; Ursula de Ventura. Com-
other guests. Mrs. Harrison is an honorary vice-presMent Imittee Chairman, Cooking Group;
of the Club, which brings women of Panama and the Canal Mary Ruppell Committee Chair-
Zoue n i" or-to fiprther. public welfare activities in the comn- man, Cooking Group; Teresa de
nalty. Burrell Committee Chairmnaan.,
Included amona the guests were nor Abbott, EngUsh Secretaryo; d Matz Hernanldez; Lolit
Mrs. QtAvlo Fabrega, Mrs. Elisa IHortensia A, de Aleman, Board; Asil c de Boli Vr; L Grath' A FOI!
Heurteatte. Miss Cecilia Heurte. Cecilia Heirtematte, Board a r d smie Chi a i
matte -&ad Airs. Normando A Isabel E. de Vallarino, B o a r d; Nuestra Senora; Mercedes Chen
Costealk. he Board of Directors Gladys F. de Muller, Boar d; Co mittee Chairmoun Bella VCte
includes the following: Angel R. Adela C. de Sosa, Board; CoHime; nraAbbe o tt A
do Gonzales Rovilla PFrdent, Helen Adler, Board; Lily Boyd, Committee Chairman Bells Vsta
Board of Directors- .Anai E, Board; Catherine Farley, Board; Childen'T Home; Bevlrly Fried-
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trip 0. the United States. There
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MMERCIAL & FOR SALE FOR. SALE MISCELLANEOU$
PROFESSIONAL Household Automobiles PIANO SERVICING by a Gradu-
ROFESSIONALated technician. Tuning, geerel
S. .- FOR SALt- Double Bed with FOR SALE- 1953 Plyrmouth repairs "a specialty." Phone *
new Mattress $48. Wordrobes Fordor sedan, rodio, heater, dl- RAPHAEL, Balboa 4160.
a We Have Everything $25. Bureaus 518, Dining Tables rectionals Clean throughout.
:; I -oHaee veur LIn I ond ea s d. g "ow VENETIAN BLINDS Recondi-
To Keep Your Lawn and Choirs $49. Chine Closets Reasonably priced. Lt. LiebowitZ EA L Re.a.d.-
and Garden BeaUIful $25. Sofas$59. Desk$22 Liv- Albrook 3114 or 7114. tioning service. Matchstick bom-
.' DIrinb toeodDry Seaopn.sandgc Room sets rns49CGuaranleedl"--oplan
SDurng the Dry Seaon. veg om $149 GuRocke eed FOR SALE:-1952 Singer Red, Robert Cows 2-306 or 3-4904
I Ga.... $ R e .5. excellent condition. Call Balboa in the evenings. Products de
l We deliver with LOW down paG-E 2441. Bayano Street 0586-D. Madera, S A., 98 Central Ave..
Hose .me HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE. Ancon. Kodak Building. .
41 National Ave (Auro Row I .Ancon.-___ _k Buildng.
I lnsefticides Phone 3-491 1. We pay cash fo' FOR SALE:- 1950, Pontioc MONEY TO INVEST- From
your old furniture. Streamliner Hvdramatic 4 door $5000 to $100.000 in good se-
SSp.yers -------- sedon, $575, Albrook 723L curity. Write to Box 3616 Bal-
SWhedlbarrows FOR SALE --Mohogonv bedroom FOR SALE:-1942 Dodge truck boo. Canal Zone.
SEconO Soil Spray set- Triple dresser. chest. dou- chassis, 1 V2 tons. Phone 1541 FABRICS renovated. Keep your
0 rtilizers ble bed. fo'am mattress and pif. Balboao. clothes new looking having them
S15 e- ilzw s wos 6351-A Los Rios, Canal U ul pun dry cleaned by Tropical Clean-
SprinleSZone. FOR SALE:-Unusual opporuni- ers. Via EsDoa a 830, Tel. 3-
S FunidcS --- --- -- ----- ty! Austi-Healey, new, .|.100 0871. Branch, 24th St. Eastond '
mn SAiEidwBles, no abuse. White with red Centrol Ave. Tey, 2-1346k
FOR SALE Two-door mahog- upholstery. Cost $2.850. Socri- .. -- --e --
GEO. F. NOVEY. INC. any wardrobe. excellent -ondi- fice $2.450 Taking States-de JOIN OUR CLUB. Best furniture
S Centra Ave. Tel. 3-0140 "on Special price. Phe 3- deliver of another. Phone of- at lowest prices. "Mueblero Eu-
SCentral Ave. fice Curundu 5219 or 2238 rope, # 21-02 Ave. 7a. Con-
i FOR SALE:!-*Crlb. excelfnit con- FOR SALE' 1951 Plymouth
"KEIP SMILING WITH djor with new SimnxdnWr ma- Station Wagon -ith ov riood PENTECOSTAL (Assembly of
', *I- CHIROPRACTIC" ttli, 20. D e a n e, -Curundu springs. Excellent condition. Ideal God, etc. I Fellowship meetings
S .40. Apt. 2126-. for Interior traffic. 57A Ft. Kob- Sundays 7:30 p m. Library USO
A O S FOR SALE-Modern moon ---- ---- Ke. Phone 84-3137. JWp1 Building, Balboa.
(0 0PRUTOR SALE:-Mocle, ,wny


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- *Box 435. Bolboa.--
.A 3-1877. Cristo- I Il


I I' M, C(lara Beach
*C dern convenLencel,
raes. Phone Gamboa


S "'I IpTITAGES. one mile
a. .Clara. Low rates.-
: .-. t866.
W.-"Santao Clara Beo0h
ckgas, refrigeration,.
2- i. Phone Balboa 3050.


FR Houses
FOR R'-RS --Chalet one bed-
room, living-dining room. kitch-
ear, on. General Jose de Son Mar-
tirt No. 6. downstairs.
ft'RENT:-Modern house in
Los'Cumbres with large grounds
'fffp.$1DO. 6-105 Gambo6.


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". ...% onSAC Hving room and bedroom sets FOR SALE-'49 Ford V8 Tudor FORE
Grduas refrigerator Ckenw. Baby Sedan, good condition. For infor- R SALE it miing Jaunt
Is 1 Pw0 Avemu Tel. 3-13 stroller. Campo Al0", Colle Ri- motion call Los Rico 2-3446. 'U
i bindh from Lul Theatre'. B cordo, Arias. America Apart- -- ICellaeOn .
men. Apartment No. 3. FOR SALE- 1950 Oldsmobile J
A 4-door sedon. hydromatic trans- FOR SALE:-Bees. Small apiary l
Insure In mission, radio and factory acces- with all equipment. Tel. 6-225.
Sure Insurance" FORS -Frioidoit9a 7-cu ft. sri one-owner good condi- rTb b dth Field Artillery Bat-
Sure Insurance" Nrl w condition"" Ae. tio sacrifice Col Balboa 2- FOR SALE: 10 good saddle ti o
No -mV"' | No. r-A-51. Apt. 15.- 1515. horses. Can be seen at Panama Mah0n y
S AGENCIAS JIM RIDGE F Riding School. Phone 3-0279 be- g on March 5 for ten days
SPhone Panama 2-0552 FOR SALE-Westmqhuse refri- FOR SALE -'53 Pontioc Chief- tween 3 and 5 p m. of inse training.
i" Ath of Ju Avenue No. 14-2l I rator. 4 months old, self de- tain 2-door de luxe, 7200 miles. Arriving at Rio Hato, the bat-
4i o ..f-.J-I.o and -s:0e frost. 8 cu ft. Origilor cost Phone Balbod 1382. FOR SALE:-Purebred Dalmation tallon moved to an assembly
s iturftys 9:00 to 10 i 385, sacrifice for $300: House ------ (Coach dog) puppies. 6 weeks ata, and established a perimeter
S0:14 Balboo, Phone 2-2950. 25 FOR SALE OR TRADE:- 1953 old. Prices reasonable. House 612 defense In preparation for the
cycleF. Chevrolet Convertible. Power DeLesseps, Phone 3-1786. madeqvers.
Canal Zone Dental Polyclinic -- ---- Glide. radl6. vW/s/,. eitc. New car Both day and night, on of-
FOR SALE ---4vj furni- condition. Will sell at halt price. FOR SALE:-RADIO RECEIVER, fen*e and defense, the firing
Dr. C. E. Fblrega D.D.S. ture, consisting enport. Finance available. Phone 3-151 5. Hammorlund Super Pro. 550 to batteries will be in action on the

wd wok-i hv re dcorder200okdloc2 cle s,,highgai
D m t idg i -2n Ibcai. hshe convertible bed. 2 FO SALE--- 20,000 kilocclesd Coh gain rolling hlls of th training are
Jo fenu etes *ee table Very good condl- FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet shortwave converter to 38 mego- blasting the mythic enemy.
Ge" "t *'on. hee ,2 olon Power Glide. 210 model de ie, cycles, 2 or 60-cydet, 12-inch The batteries will operate as

S. Quartermaster couch wlth back. vertible, Dynoflow. tires. radio. FOR SALE:--Chihuahus pups. 4 control will be on a Batallion
Pillows an.on, fri rotor. Finance ava.la ole. Phone Clayton months old. Phone Coco Solo level.
ests, a er, ex- 3213. 8346. The air section of the 504th is
CANA NE Ilent co t istbl frequently called upon to make
CANDS k r. e lev 254v (FOR SAt:-sTal952 Pontiac For- FOR SALE: talian accordion, recoqnaisa ae flight, and to-
ADS 7 betuty ster t dor, radl e n c(Ndition. Settlo Soproni, like nw. Or rectfire missions on targets
d, R S? deluxe Phone Boa b 7. inal owner 300. Call Albrook which are hidden fe.Fs the! .or-
9Y 41 A igidoire, $250; -FOR R A171. ward Observer on the ground.
IBeauty Salon ,/Fi rid speaker oiw a b' hp Recreation for the troop's. off
a I BalOe Tel. 77..s ra hti ai t col 30 4186. and crib,cellent condition; duty time Include swimming at
S rt o r aS FOR SALE- 3 F Country cr bed. Ryter, pomboa 6-318. Rio Hato beach, motion pictures,

f i t I pi'ce reed 'fi fee. 2 Matc. radio, etc. Best offer over derwater equipment, m otor n s.

saF "0. Call 51600. M a l4 o s d F K o .b o Pl.,
U, 7,uS-3!ia.e ._h _s-- _a__"Ityli iS.AIt r___- __ FortKobbePIc
......!,."NWAN-EDYSporting Goods, across side
Attractive house- street El Panama Hotel, Phona
FOR U.-;Attractive house- 3-0264. g Sed oeE Reco rd
i e D bai, all mahogany, on wheels. Autmobiles 30264.
R d U w'U Owner leaving Isthmus. Call tl- FOR SALE:- Deepfreezer $75;- Fr D .Im e -I
phone 1191 C' 'olon or 37-8R- WILL PAY to $750 fr good car. air compressor and spray un r e-e I.
NEW YOZflt. {t 11 (U) 193 Coco Solito. Harvey, Box 3358 Ancon. $75; Boyce crone jig-saw, will
-A defenodedl c.a mpo on saw a 50-inch circe,. mounted on Pfc. Thomas Pappas Lu giving
Salle teanf6t ih eal&Lope8 | I I t heavy table, driven by 3 -hp. Io rImation and Education
f ad agdtstreak-ridhlin fn franclco ma iIrUIIJU^K I motor 00;Quartermaster dining NCO something to shoot at In
Slitterg field tonight 11 ma, A k as, Texas room table with leaves S 10. Ga- the 33rd Infantry regiment with
Sr-r d of four re- tun 124-A, phone 5-"169. his "yearn to learn" campaign.
d)oN dp o e o u I ,- ofore- In hlis capacityuas Il E NCO of
oisame LI .. h.
ofthetteamIt tonight's f oin 5tEnter- _emi na PphIf,.,,
r survivors I is Enter Se -Fnals Band Conceree-t ra mw. t,
", llna round games Tues- whichInvolves one-third of as-
the other eight are confer- signed personnel a record for
eha o who had a "bN Basketball Tourney the ent.Aador
S that rautind. Of I4* AIarma 0w- *uty and off-duty courses
Hre's.how they will square h a a An.nOO me attracted approximately 50
m-at-large team in the tournament men to educational fa. .


a d w (17-4 11 te en ield goal In the final s C- agaiht. offered this Sundayer the baton th omu a an re

1f m aered to ma17-6d. lolt, the wso. .amht Ort niudca ullut n yh edutaia ndtr
(UP) Teams from Illinois ods. Western had l co i ed 31-29 ot lAmador bandstand. Start irp receiving credl t gh

-3o (O .tTeree over Tals n k" an st a Pet r meo bad wut a t tn ae ,s.m ana uinth r u--a oaehd ca re .r-
a-, consecutive victory by one plowd deli.beUrate utyl and thSgt U(O2tArm 'teS one advantage of( t hao e ri t
2) t w oveifAL MaE. movdint htd survived the night -finals Texaps brwm r, oc e thele i30In trvsi Band fr courm-s "Myjobo he



F, e by 86-85 over Northeast balloTas Atu iia uu xd N re-
'i m i tnd ,-2 IOwa (17-4) 11 o trh e oM L _a.ebalUregfie o utohe sdhot a ganstl b-v i antf-. Try3DivsioniBnd from ,, luor o company's I aie-
ver Bettle (23-5). a s State of Commerce the Texans retained e the baton t the Educatiocent
188 I mgwenntat, sect, o onela e edly d se ua ad J Miller as hih-point ofWBanO Rusell Christian. the- In addion teo let'ieW d



manag t orm. .el lo., it.0. the N. 2 team that had urt concert will Include aT1 gra m. .,eVo
M*somb, runner-up In laty hgo ntan sth lorAg ade o






i Nthe x~mft" s .ad the T,..an t..gle.', with the unlt w,.o a. .Q de Day'0. "e uaj. -r m 3 d&.c w
u8s. l hs '- .Peterrto. Gggaml led Arkan band and spiritual ege participation an.
'ui a4 a lst night for its lead. But Iot then win withh 30 a I rve d Marnc dnatehs ofapo.
consecutive victory by one slow, deliberate style and the hh yBtied- oy- adOase. nMy aejofbh e






~ "Mai Eov It had survivet ed the night East Texans began to s coc- thlesmbyt Ar trve.w".My-jowb"ah


Aportrthents,- 10th Sfret,.
1386, Colon. '
FOR RENT: (ool cqmfoetabbl


FOR SALE: B..A., StAr T wI
500c.-,, good condition, "t" i.N
$3Z5. 743-. En-eptriof sr
phone 2-4219.;
FOR SALE: Arl 'vbry
good .condition, $27.. -.,i20T.
534 -CDiobip HeOO#.I 1After 4


FOR SALE


ur-teufu r, omrmrlcr, 5t iTOple ,. Real E' ta1 .'..
for couple or wsmal family. Catle .EBi a0
P:rien No. 7. Aply- Phone- 2 --
1455, 8:30- Ir;:30 a.m., 2-4 FOR$ ALE:-fndlviduWal group
p.m. ,- Invetnient. Landscaped and:fur&.
InE nished Santa Clara e6@6 rp ad
FOR RENT: -- In E Congrel, houss. Phrtiolly finaoe: f ct
modern screened apartment, 3 quildy. Bolboa 300O.. "
bedrooms. moid'i room, 3 boths." -
hot water, balcony, loage. Calf -FOR SALE;-. pelo1ibarqain b1-
2-3483 or 2-3416. cause imut sell-ApproXimately
8500 square yprds qf good land
FOR RENT': Furnished apart- with fruit trees and two homes.
ment, living room, dining rpom, A "large concrete hpuse furnish-'
2 bedrooms, gds stovi, refriger- ed & ridV for occupancy:' Three
ator. 43rd Stroe No. 64, Bella bedrooms, living 'rm,. dining
Vista. room, sitting room, two toilets.
- .., -~ pantry and kitchen With refrlger-
FOR RENT: -' Nic ly furnished alor, stove, etc. and a snrall
e- roo, apartment, kitchen, three-room hous---x--Ie-t as
onechr ^ Pk h three-room house-excellent a
rch, garage, $75. Phone 3- ,guest house or for servants. Must
5583 or 2-3402. be seen to be aoprecioted. Lo-
FOR RENT:- Furnished apart- coated nine miles from Colon. See
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FOR SALE:-.Lew 15"b' at.wh
)15ahp. Evinrude.utoard motor '
.and trailer. LicensedWi''rt&dy
for water. 5341-0 Dvi t,;lo- d
blo., Phoner2-305 ,


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,FOR SALE: t-Oubodedrcing
,Run ute. alas "G' .Mew
* Hurrrom :0 Q quick S .r'
Rigged for frac(B$2. ai l.5-
410 frdm-4:30 p.m. to urn.


.,FR SAj -15-ft- I pej! 4 r p-.
' about,' windshield, t ,
. chrome fittings, 25-hp. 'vI e
mofor, trailer, lol in excellent
condition. ;onql Zone regstered.
Cost over $1'000, first $575
tokks t. Must be men t aolre-
ciote. On display across' side
street El Panama Hotel. AIR-
NATHY. Phone 3-0264.


ment, North Americon neighbors, Pt aniam -e m an offer. o OR SALE- -3 iltri
frequent transportation. Moder- anama 3-1287 and make on "Carees, 60-hp. eepit
ate rent, discount by contract. appointment. marie conve s .p, sleeps 4
Phone 3-0471. FOR SALE:-In Bambito. Chiri- fully equipped SeO. See t Din-
S -- s i ".=.. quik along the big river, 54 2 blo Pier Sat., y. .;-,,non.dm }
Wanted PoslflOn hectares planted In coffee trees 2;2334:.
.4. 3, and 2 years old. Good road, .
POSITION WANTED:-20 years 9/2 rectores titled, 45 with peroi-. PoiOn tfferId
experience auto parts manage- mirt for agriculture. Taxes paid.
ment. Accounting General Busi- Write to George Hoss, El Vol- WANTED- lese f -
ness experience. Lloyd, Box 93. can. Chiriqui. OG o rl'f I a .
.olo.. .._ D k.I mt"d persons. Parlsleh nIture,
GRADUATED NURSE offers her FOR RENT Store: lNo. 27-10 Cntrdl Ae.
service in private homes. Phone M ll WAT Driv for
3-2406. ____ truck. Must speak Spnish
S FOR RENT: Offices in new .nalish and have good refercefc ,
OR RETI I building. Central Avenue No. 28. ELGA, Avenido Perq.2, .. ; "
Rom Appl iAbodi Hermamos, r WANTED:.- Two Barber. Con-
.... "" ,., '" ,_ etact M Japport; B 'rbee tena .',
FOR RENT:-Beautiful furnish. WANTED slonire, Fort 5u&cIck.
room, American couple. 3 blocks W I ,ii lI'
from 4th of .July, "H" Street- ii t WANTED
Ancon Avenue 15-09, Apt. .u ., ...
-FOR RENT:--Ventlioted funlith- WANTED.7 AS ideh S
ed room, inddpendent with bath tires, suitable rer Wutcnf. &d
and right to 4fving room & k -d. R E-C ON S TAUTOR NAC10- to.
eo. For single woman with good NAL, Ave. Peru No.'7. Phone apartment. Poe r,
habits, $40. Phone 3-2406. 2-0406, after. 1. ., o ,
Ec5.'5-S. r


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...is our watchword always. Orn used cars are selected pat condltio
to give you the utmost in economical ti potato LOW a les prW ad PU
tiptop mechapjoal condition for' low operating costs and, tabl4free
service, pids :liniaulate appearance for maldum inv3Iu v _IrMe'
all go toward.making your motoring cot you less. Stop adt BhoP at
Colpan's "Used Car Lot." Look .er the fine selection. You'll Hke the
low prices 09 each car, the Big election, convenient tetas, tool So-.
stop in smon.. .

1951-LINCOLN Club Coupe. Luxury at a price you can afford.. Bril-i
Splint Turquoise Finish. Spotless interior. Radio, W/S/W, Auto-
matic Transmission, Full Price 1095.00.'

1951--HUOSON. Hard Top Convertible. Yellow I"d -y'''
dioe,. Automatic Transmission, 5 new W/S/W Ties. Full Price
5.0. 00- .
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1952-FORD Sunliner Convertible. Light Green Paint,.;
MW eal CohditiekA dry season spgciaL PIllmi 7!e *

1951-MfL Y Club Co .e. Traed by the -a Bndw
or4iCA pletely roaditioned with alft .e. I Price


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"RATTLE ZONE"
with Johin Hodiak
"TTEMPTATION
HARBOR"


C. AT I. Y:L
423i, 2:55, 4:37, 6:40, 9:01 p.m.
WEEK-END R$LUAShI

"JOHNNY GUITAR"
with -
JOAN. CRAWFORD
q'ufr iMfln -AvnVi


3:0e 5:MN 1:9 :00 p.m.

"so THIS.ISAM"RI"
.. with -
Tony CURTIS Gloria de HAVEN
Gene NELSON Coine CALVET
Paul G ILBERT


IW jThUetre
POPULAR DAY! 4 S1.1 PER CARB!

-"TOBOR THE GREAT"
with -
CHARLES DRAKE


CECILIA theatre

"THE CAINE MUTINY"
with HUM lRi BOGART
Jose DERRlR Van JOHNSON
AlsO: -

"THE BAMBOO PRISON"
,,h Robert FRANCIS


V ICTORIA


"LORNA DOONE"
Also: -


BATTLE E AT
ROGE RIVER"


gwir' [ Iwith ober ewton -- .alN..,. ..


. figlit of. a
Three Old
"IN THIS CORNER" '
with cott do.oy
"TERROR STREET"
wilh Dan Duryea


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SOim JWB Variety Night Tofeature St. Joseph's Holy StCrisphe's
ciafand BName.Group Holds Bible School
Trip en As Door Prize Retreat Sunday Second Week I .
-- o --A.. C"adr" t o I" Society will receive Holy Corn- fs a. .- S' Shows: 12:37, 2:25, :37, '
"r Eh notte for taelado in t -- o -- union on Sunday at the :45 The first Vacatlon Ole school ,49, 9:01 p.m.
rnun.on on'd s unononSunday at thi :45 The e O:45
PI asi e rro Trausferred To Ilodurtas e written n~a sound to n uVariety Niht a program of director of the Colon Chemnier a maS. ofay re : Church, with an enrollment of4
as held t Dr. Adrian Cadra Gutierrez the box btted d entertainment I be entedof Commerce. After the mass pr ith an n rs s n
b oriny ner-eormer Aeambassador at the USO-j Armed Forceal The program includes: novel- will be made for the society" an- 100 youngsters, ages 3- and a
A," "a was 5en t,& ut t! """
thfi6e f 1 a'3Vailarin0 Mer-t.. former Am s fro m N ic1 dal>aun wse, b>. e, at t T t e p S "er W m chepr nuai re e stf of s 20 w et
cer I. honor of Yolanda Eletagua to Panama, left for Honduras ametinps cannot be acceped'by t*le- Service Center Sunday t 8 p.m. ty dances n Milllgan aOnd nual retreat Pto be held at il.'tasff onf some 20 workers. entersJO,
Fier formd* 9f Panuma and Where, he w::s reassigned by phone. A free 11 to, the Darien In- laul-.Wilson, student of Mr. Its second week on Monday, it
Feo,.. r.rJi. ., ed t A Spa .,oie res (oertmtnt. fro o H thew as anonGed toda.
ting in Spait. Joiog Ira. overdament. He was-accompanied V.F.W. to Meet In Cristobal dian country will-be awarded to Ann Lattin, dance instructor in prest n e en in 1"" The second schn ounced today.
r as ote were sa y his wie and ren. a ar at .mhe servicema who hds the the Canale C ne. I to the retreat, which e people from grade I through
mee S ---- o O sa vis P....tTO-ing S l t-t b i a to n hs retreat, which foe- a mc g
Wa tn n esdee in terb e, b winning door prze .number. The. Piano Selections by y u h i gh school, w e o on March
r -s dein& la G o & ` '. o. n t a of 1 5 st seura pr e ou s re -
p r ... heV.F.W... o etme.. t 3876, at Ltb. trip mron, rne.ade poble through la n Pf Godoy ot pelted to surpass previous re- 2 ,gho will paoenonMarchw
s ..b.. a MoMan Moumblow Memorial Post m the courts of red Buch, tour the ort Davis dispensary. H reats.. expected for these sessions
SWe e Nb aT Holds MoCard Grogip of the Curundu located at 14th St. in Old Crsto- .studied piano in Guatemala and expected for these sessions.
mTe Chinese bassador to n' Club met Wednes d a y bal.. *Me ico and has led his C own or There glarhedule of se rvc-
Panae, .h f Mr. TLi s invitation has been extend- "- ea Itas well as in California. es and activities at S. Christa-
1 + r1 re e ^Wan office o obert Whitus &t Ft. Clayton. Y dh he os to a id i A uIa anlaye Tuttlian y Sco -
othe Chnese Embassy to. No. 120, Members an d guest attending All mem ber of boPth ost an d A. deuareDin nnwitioniueromaye I
ia a ba t entrance of. 120, Member s an gues Charlotte K en. Auxiliary are urged to attend this the "Star in a Circle" group: Ar- Joan Walker '(Stanley Walker'seginning with Sunday.
Via pana (at street ) with telephone ne, Li an Stmesa me an, Virginia important m meeting. I S viel 1ielny lene and Howard Osborne, Vir- dghtr), who was Newsweek's critic
in offiMedeztreet wiandinresidence Ha Carolyn Au, Buchon, Ann n A social evening will follow a -id qo ginia and Ralph Harvey, Janet rti radio-teevee program, left aft.
Inoffe 4 a in rea er a, ar, Au .... --. rr mnd Ross Cundts will be served, ningham Li and er a d.iff .- of op. Nat Lewis, the
4.77 L ,Merson Diana Bright, Annabelle .n Au. ... m VhU e i Bob Steler and Charlotte Dailey haberdashe is suing Gregg and
O M d mLeap, Naote i Frangioni. Marie Ais s and Mike Olhausen, who will Horace Dodge for $130 000 for men.
Owld M andr Family ente D aW M a hit New US E nvoy LONDON, March 11 (UP) wear special costumes. Callers chandise Four midtown spots
Vacation In El Valle Jones, Alma 'Starrett, Mary Whit Britain announced yesterday itjare Howard Osborne, president (all famous) never bothered by
Lqis S-sso Maduro and er chil- us, Avis Altmeyer, Esther .au- TOaS p nn Sais would take away the British ci- of the group,Bob seler and RossUnions (to organize) are in for a
dren Ceella. Alfredo and Marcela er, Joephine wtarizenship of turncoat atomic si- Cunningham. large Shock. They are raving
have been in residence in their Valentine, Connie Reichart, Je W t n i. f F il entist Dr. Bruno Pontecorvo who Vocal Selections by Pfc Wil- over Kirk Douglas' in "Man
home' in El Valle. This weekend Meitzeho Maria Locke, Lu le -UI fled to Russia .in 1950. liam Samuels of Co. D.,lit Bn., Without a Star," due at the Vic-
heii husband, Oswald w ill join Taylor, Marge Boland, Toni Ray- 33rd-In., Fort Kobbe, who won toi Mr. 23rd. Sign on rear of
thes, qnd young Patricia Maduro mopd, Ann Crook, Lorraine Zent NEW YORK, March 11 (UP) Home Secretary MaJ. Owilym a recent Fort Kebbe singing con- a florist truck: "Drive Carefullyl
will be their guest. and Virginia Boney. -John D. Lodge, former gover- Lloyd eeorge. h mde the an-'test and took second place in theI The Next Load May Be Yours"
4- nor of Connecticut, sailed' with rouncement in the House of Panama area all-Army singin' Timely Bookc: Eugene Cas-
R -S tohISaT 2 rr f, r b w c gna l c his family for Europe yesterday commons. contest. He will be accompanied tie's "Billor.s. Blunders and Ba-
S- 0 to his new assignment as U. S. o! by Pvt.- Edwin Fink, Tank Co., ljney." It is a best-seller in Wash-1
SShows 3:00, :00 "to working cooperativelYwith appeared with his Swedish er Chorus" of Fort Kobbe. St. Terrific debunker of the fr Tery
P .m. Gen. Francisco Franco and the wife and two children five.yearsI Spanish Dances by MiSS Car- here... Gen. Pershin 's son War.
Spanish government and to the ago. Officially Britain nd RI-I nen Gonzalez, accorcian selec- ren and his estran wife are
mutual advantage of our two sla said nothn of hb whei-';,ions by Pvt. Bob Mazzei and vo-.quietly diinng ge er gam...
nations." bouts until he disclosed- his, al selections by the "Mellow ring is almost here. The season
S Lodge, brother of Henry Ca-presence In Moscow Mprch 1. Tones" quartet-Robert Josephs, a lovers love and all torch-car-
LoSge, brother of Henry Ca- ,enneth Josephs, Earl Brath I iers dread.
hot Lodge, U.n ambassador to He told a March 4 press con-1 waite and Stanley Hall, mem-
i.e United-Na.ons, and his farm- ference he became a Soviet citi- bers of the La Boca Alumni Glee NY LOTUX
S.... .ly sailed aboard the liner Con- ,en in 1952. Club.
..... ,...stitution. 'IT R O PIC AL] .


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"NORTHWEST PASSAGE"
Saturday 'ATHENA"
Pedro Miguel 6:15 8:15
"NORTHWEST PASSAGE"
Saturday '"SUDDENLY"'
GA1JBOA 7,00
"Boyal African Rifles"
Sat "SON OF ELLE STARR"


GATW N<7:0 0MADWARITA 6:15 7:55
AVALLEYT OF THE KINGS" %ETBN FROM THE SEA'
sat.: 'WIS'n ItOM T E SEA" Saturday ."JONN DARK"
RSTie. AL. John WAYNE o Maureen O'HARA
CRISTOSA "RIO GRANDE"
S:15i- 8:3 Saturday "FLAME AND THE FLESH"
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PARAISO 6:15 8:10
"PASISON"

SANTA CRUZ 4:15. 7:5
"LA MaQIUERIDA"


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LA BOCA 6:15 -. :10
"APACHE" Color!

CAMP BIERD 6:15 s:03
*DRAGONFLY SQUADRON'


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Marital Split
Reported Between
Ann Todd, Hubby
LONDON, March 11 (UP) -
London's Daily Mail reported to-
day that actres nn Todd and
director David Leam, best known
to Americans foitheir film "The
Seventh Veil," have parted after
six years of marriage.
The Mail quoted Miss Todd as
saying it was "quite a shock to
me" when Lean left and that
"nothing would please me more"
than a reconciliation.


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UNITED STATES INFORMATION SERVICE
Panama, R. de P., March 10, 1955

Madame:
The most recent production of ROMEO AND JU-
LIET, which you kindly invited me to preview, is a mag-
nificent and true-to-life version of the immortal Shakes-
peare study of human nature.
Laurence' Harvey and Susan Shentall perform vi-
brantly as the young star-crossed lovers under the direc-
tion of Renato Castellani. But. *hat impressed me most of
all were the wonderful views of Verona, the Italian coun-
try-side, and the interior photographic shots of the
churches and palaces in which the. action tock place.
I feel that everyone connected with this production
should be congratulated heartily and sincerely thank you
for the opportunity to see it.
Alfred Leventon
Cultural Affairs Officers.


Mrs. Ligia de Mallol,
Teatro Central,
Box 1894.
Panama, R. P.


VARIkTY IS THE

SPICE OF LIFE!
If you've fallen into a Sunday night routine
which feels more like a rut, th best preserip-
tion for a change is attending our regular
Sunday Evening Buffet
from 7 p.m.
" where the variety, not only of tempting food,
but of music and surroundings will add new
spice to your life!
$3.50 per person
-*-
A wonderful way to get out of the rut, too,
Is to enjoy the fine cuisine and happy music
of Clarqnoe Martin's Orchestra any night in
the beautiful BELLA VISTA ROOM and
Terrace. <

Coming! World's Highdiving
SProfessional Contest
S March 25, 26, 27


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ersian Countess Also Little gue Edwin-Pummer Bout Winner .'n Franlo
S. Second Half Team Stand "r, U Joekse WL
#ates Good Chance In pola 7To Receive #eautif ul Trophy 01" 'IPintWe^"
Seymour Agency 3 1 .750 0 R eceiev fII W 1-Oft M. Yeat
S* Lincoln Life 2 2 00 3-A. Fuar ey 114Rat 3-1
Police 4 .200-rmFe rene V. C 118r ..
S--- The winner of Sunday's sched- --V. Darling J Jrao 110 ot
'C Spur Cola 8c Police 4 ruled ten-round 144-pound fea- 6-Double la A. MeSa 110 -oor 10-1
0 -- pur Cola the frst halt cham- | | ture bout at the Colon Arena be- 7-(Gauha J. Phips 106-h d :p
l plons, marched along their win- tween unbeaten Jose Edwin and 8-(Floreno PRose 120 la
The Cuadra Mexico's improved Lion .aw a8d ning road when they took the classy Pederico Plummer willn reno 120
Mrs. lona White's hard-running Begonia will match measure of the Police 8 to 4 and -receive a beautiful silver trophy. 2nd Race "H" Imported i su.Par:' HUM Pol elm. : 1:
ttride agaist a .oan fou therClas"C remained the only undefeated secd Colon .businessman Fellciano P. ee oSf the Double
strides against each other and four other ass team in the league inr the second N B egura, who is donating the tro-
imported thoroughbreds in the featured $650 seven- half. phy, will personally present it 1-L.Morros More. -11x-.4othn to recommend .-1
k The champs started in the o the winne at the termination 2-QUo Vadia. M Res 112 -angeruua contender --
furlong print rst nnin two runs. Johnny o of the conte 3-M. Foot ri.: 115 tes oulde chance 4-1
row afternoon. Watson pu led the ball down the is adde inentive n 'sure 4- smo R. Vas. -118 -Mard to beat here 2.1
left field foul line for a double Conejos Trounce' Ocelots 8 to 1 w. OCELOTS to ease both boys to give a 6-B- Samo Mena R. 112X-Wul cight Ia out 3-1
Of the otherS, Persian Coun- take the winner's share if al- tnd brother Roy came through "do-or-die" effort. eldes the 8-Paragon 8an. 118 -Could cire at pthe $-1
tes and Postinovich are rated lowed to set the pace. She is ith an infield single to deep Striking out fourteen Ocelot Mc rift, a 2 0 0 2 3 trophy and added monetary 7--Sweet W. C. A. Oon. 112x.---Uance depite der --1
da gerous contenders with Ca- hard to beat once she ets in short on 'which Mie Klipper batters in six innings, Lem Kirk-j.Tu rt 3 0 0 2 0 reumuneratlon that es to t _
m 6and Leaden going in long- front. Alfredo Vasquez will guide made a nice stop and throw but land, Conejos pitcher, held the.Bateman, C 2 0 2 8 0 winner, there is the prospect 3rd Race "H" Natve 6% F1g. ur: 5375. 'Pol ele: ;1;@ '
shot roles. Gerardo Molina's meal ticket a little too late to get Roy. Some upper hand throughout to re- NufiA, p 1 0 0 .0 0 of several juicy bouts hee n eONE TWO I
m on's Glaw. an expensive under 112 pounds. The Countess daring bae running gave the aister his third straight win this Sander, p 1 0 0 0 01 the near future. ar J
English-bred six-year-old chest- was third behind Turgot and spur Cola two runs. Fa! by an 8-1 score. _. n .... 1 0 0 0 0 The winner will be In line for 1-Rlmar r ongo. 118 -Ditfnce oly hadla 0i-j
nut son of Coup de Lyon-Win- Regal Bliss in her last start. In the fourth the Soda guzzlers The Conejos jumped on Orlan- H SasV .ob&3b 2 0 0 2 1l championship bout with Isthfr- Ccoa B. ndag. 1i Wi-2 ,un -2"
hall, has beew. a disapomintment Postinovich rates the be. really took advantage of some do Nufiez in the initial frame for Thom Cf, Sb, 2b 2 0 0 3 mian welterweight champion i F R. Uas. 1 -a0 nee 6-1
thus far hut In.recent starts he chance off his recent form. He loose playing and scored four two counters. In the fourth Sch Ict 2 0 0 0 3 Tto Despaigne. Ihna ooy n1 4Good _nspI -1
has been showing good form and was second to Blakemere inthe allies on thrndee hits.cored frame they rove Nurs. I ez the Morrisb 1 0 0 0 1 Both Plummer and dwin, are (Canelara" A Mena 10 -hould w t a s tie eon
last Saturday scored an impres- fast time of 1:41-1/5 for a mile tAlso in tthe h, Frankie showers. Vernon Sanoers ptitch- Cro, 1 1 1 0 0 0i excellent condition and W-re -(Propo M. Zeba. 116 -Rate chance too Eyen
sive vict ry over a tough group last unday and t o er onner Amiratti brought the. cheering ed excellent relief ball but today 0Lat.tb, 0 0 0 0 scheduled to wind up their 4th r ac Native 6 .Pue, : P .0 tool ".,_ -...
rofw:Clas -Dracersr Bas us gur-. ndC Parewanou....s ..o....wthfans to their feet with a titanic was Lem's day. .tah Sm31 0 0 0 1 0,training this afternoon. Plum- "' ,i, Ntiv e" 61A
re will be aboard, a usual, and Claw and gets nto.this race with ome run over the right field BruceBatemanwasthebat- eri 2 0 1 0 1 mert, now a full-fledged 140
113the Oscar Ormaldo star wl o ode sugarplum to victoryan fence. Not only did he clear the ting star for the Ocelots with pounder, wilhave no trouble 1-Bu le B. u. 110-ockey should hl .1
S Begonia will have favorite rid-in the $5000 added Francisco A- barrier but also the parked cars., two for three, but Mike Crook's Totals so 1 4 18 2 ois~ the wih ae n trb 1in -Bullpie Bra M..Il: 104x-Destanch to ld p -i
Begoniabt It was easily a 210 foot clout. triple and Johnny Engelke's dou- however, will have to watch t. e 3-Volador C. Igleslas 102 -NeedS sto rider .
r Luis lirado, in the sardle rbay Joas Faredes lloes beadwin- The play that gave the fans a ble were the hits that saved the x-Dubols filed out for Sander scale although his handlers h- 4--Tuira F. Caba. l 111x-D.sappot ie last
This of Pink Flower-Stro'- n ner run for their money was the Ocelots from a complete snow the th. tieloate no itflulty in having 5-Marl G. Duarte 115x-Rider haS't won yet 1i
Hand is enoying his best form Cmes (Hector Ruiz-105) and picko6ff on Ray Watson. Roy, the job. xx-Crook tripled for Morris Iith pote make 144 or less n6--Ra J. Phillips 111 -Racm to od form
tendonseIn both forelegs. He gets -112) have -been performing La, led by their Edwin, unbeatenin'four pW.RonWe
Into this rpce with only 110 dismally recently and have giv- his opponents with his daring dynamic short stop, Johnny Score by Innings bouts isthepopa ho Wende j.Gong
unds but most likely will en no indication that they will base running but the combina- Ryter, who grabbed JulioDuBois 200 his hometown the Atlantric c r P
three or four pounds over- return to top form soon. How- tion of Leo Deblinger and Fred- high fly behind third base in a Conejos 2,8side cit of Colon Plummet rel th ac e Ntive rse: Polel : :
eigh. Lest week Begonia-was ever. nothing can happen in a ldy Roe, caught Roy of f third,lTon running catch. Ocelots 00 0 a a echo of. Panaa Ciy 1- F n o --- rrc i
third behind vastlvy m roved horse race. when he took much liberty. odiy, the Pumas and Macaws fIght farm. L Thes "eperts" arce i 1-3Flo J. Gongo. 1 5 --.upriiec n -
trdehnd Postlnovfhov. Ten other Interesting races are POLICE tangle. The Macaws must win I sl--htly. in favor of Federloto re2-ru Fi.P VChates.. 1.-Shl m e c e e4-1
Skemere n ould easily Included on the program. m syer- AB R' they are to stay within hailing polt his steadily improvingr C o Ma n ,
oi Countess could easily e includedron the stngr a c a. r ye ot t eily In -o en lan A.- e a ...
ap t Dempsey, cf 0 0 0 distance of the leaders. They will 'Summary Errors: Ocelots, rival. ._Fa A-Bm
'.Crawford, c 2 0 0 send their ace, Jerry Durfee out McGriff, Bateman. Runs batted This will be ,"Ferdy's" first 5- ola mg. I3xDtance seems o 8.1
nn .J iyut ne Roe, 3b 3 1 0 after the victory. Either Bobby. in: Conejos: Million 2, Watson, fight since losing on an eight- 8-Avispa B.Agu. 107 -Dangerous coteoner 2-i
O;e IK finIG, Ul"lPs I Ammlratti, lb '2 2 1 Wills or Jimmy Lovelady wlu Ryter 2, Wodraska, Kirkland ound TKO to Joltin' Joe Brown. r ., ,u P c s a
Elliot, e 3 1 2 pitch for the Pumas. A win will Ocelots: Engelke. Two-base hits: bout seven months ago. Rineo 6th Race G Imported F .P .. Pool : .
S* _.. Priester, If 0 0 0tkeep the Pumas'among the lead- Ocelots: Engelke. .Three-bAse then, -however, Plummer visited Fint m of. el DIMo le .
"" *f T Barnes, 2b 3 0 2 ina trio. hit: Ocelots: C.rook. Stolen bases: the United States and reported- 1-Monlte Rouge V. Orte. 110-ood erly -
..VIJIL .As, i' ,w Corrigan. rf 2 0 "0 catch for the Macaws. Teddy Ocelots: Thompson, H,"V sa' t1n's Gym in New York City to -. Lodge Y za 1 --oa .o 2-i
ie Ht in t l-t gt xBrowdeer 1 0 0 Webb looks like the catcher for Double a : 'Conejos: Million Albecome a much improved fight- 4-Verticordia Reyes It. 105
Ronnie Hytinen stout little ing the game 9-M in favor of the De op C 3 0 0' the Pumas. O Eyer.t* -ton bases: honeeos8 Coo f--.01den Tap A .Ba a 2x -Poon r ce-
s a fo roe, Co Polo Braves. -x-Batted tor Corrigan in the 6th.! CONEJOS .ocelots 4. Bases on, ails of: The Colon hope, a former nA -e s
Br s pitched f the first no-hit- v. RS Players ab rh o a Krklandu; Nuleai;. Sander 2. Caribbean and Central Amerl- 7-Courtly P. A. Oon., 0I -NOthin t re nd 10-i
Braves of.tthe iyear,in the "Corkv" Karplnski led the hit- vs. SEARS Frangioni, 3b 2 1 1 0 0 8tr5ke-Ouls by Kirkland 14; Nu- can amateur welterweight A .o.zi.a,
SAtlanticLite Leage, striking t attack by the Braves get-Bwenr 2 0 0 Ryter, as 2 2 1 2 0 fiez 2; wander 4. Hits off Kirk- kingpin, seems to gel better 7th Race "H" Imoprtd 7 re: 40. ool e: 4
o ine batters and walking rig a big 4 for 4. Smith, If 1 0 0 Kirkland, p 4 2 1 0 0 land 4 for 1 runs In 6 Innings with each outing, Edwin has. eond r of the Double
The Bres didn't wate any The box scor R. Watson, p 3 2 2 Watson, cf 0 0 0 1 0 nings. Sander 1 for 1. runs, in by Hawkins, Emesto Reid and 1-Bar One M. Reyes 118 -Formlindicates -
The Brpes didn't waste ny The box score. Schwarzrock, lb 3 1 2 Million, c 4 0 1 14 1 2-1/3. Hit by pitcher, by: Kirk- Luls Samuels. We turned back 2-Henry Lee 0. Sn. 118 --Notlng recently 10-1
tiwe'in et'.t e own to business Ca Cola Ab R H Po A Prill, c 1 1 0 Wodraska. rf 4 0 1 0 0 land: McGrff & Halvosa. Passed each one with. greater ease 3-r. Of Scone J. Jin;e. lOsx-Cofld'go all Mte ray 2-
S Bryan utz led off thr first in oca o c.... aicawell, cf 2 1 0 Chassin, 2b 1 1 0 0 1 balls: Million 1, Bateman 2. Win- than the previous, opponent. 4--Tilama V ,Castl. 115 -Ustally gets 1
nin error n wet on to third D. Wilder ... 1. 0 0 2 0 ..at~gaLer, 3b 2 1 1 Scott, if 1 1 0 0 0 ning pitcher: Kirkland. Losin Sunday; night the answer will 5-Tilatna V. Castle. 115 -Has strong flash 3-
on Gar tI en's Inole to L. Wilder .... 3 0 0 0 0 2hase 2 3 0 11 Pitcher: Nuftez. Tnhplres: Mohl be had as o whether Jose is 6-Pebetero E. Daro 113 -Racing to best.m 4-1o
riht Gthmen on flrsn and W. renc 0 ..0 1 Zenick 1 0 0 Totals 21 5 18 & DLiaz. Time 1:40. .really championshi material or 7h-The Bouche j. Bravo HO --In tter shne ow 2-1
third "Corky" Karnl hit aCotton c ....... 3 0 0 6 2 ---------- ---us anther promin good club' 8-Tem3pestad M. Yca0. 1015-shot poabbtty -
line drivouble to uble ff the left Fernandez lb .... 3 0 0 1 Attack Over Amy n T ai 'pe HCasti. 18 thing n i at
field w scoring Lutz from an ranportaton W General admission ......onlco 110.P rae 4
wion out asktinel in to ....... 2 0 4 0 0 Unleashng a vicious attack, the (one dolar) F. Hidal. 11 Could score at
b 1ht andl stole second. Ricci .. Hyt2 nenin ase n dn 2 2 1 1 employes n the Cristobal Ter- e n 7- Fox A.Va 113 aiistce: n


then fied to center making it Karpinski b .. 4 1 4 3 1 mai Division managed to -
fwm-t.David Po eti o..... t te i By FRED DOWN yet break into Brooklyn's infield | Ck 9th rahe ".." Ioported 7 Fh..Purse: I500.. Pol iI .
p eathraonedwrle 0 0 heir tsoutg as they swamp- as a regular, blasted a two-run RU fdRCO mS RON TWO
efro ter, whcoringytennda- ..... 4 erminals DivisiportaWinon 17-5 to 3 NEW YORK Rodriez n the opito March 11 ( R. V. 11 k in P) homer as the Dodgers rallied for
,a double. to leftsco -th e run- onBraveshit Attack Over Armyon By CONRADO 1-Bedlno san. 102x--othngtT 25-1 nV
as doubletolendonru-1W pound four-roun prelimiary




l.e irst endln the inning. D. Prospect It .... 2 1 1 W 0 hins the Dockmen slammed two n....winnin.".winter deal ith tobeat the Milwau Brae s --.- 2-Granero F. Godoy 1 20-1
STh Colemn threned. to Gre t 2 0 0 0 homers (Anderson and Bryce) ore Ores loked befoe 11 -Gona P co ~~~sral. 116- Ptraq l .t 4-1


eone out Gaskill in the thin l Haves If ......... o 0 0 o triples (Cirte and Jovane ie a 250,000 lemon toda r t o a-BlackSabo Simo 4-Lebost J. Brav 115wer 3
n whe ker he ....... 0 0 one do e (Fore and twelve e ke o e most hum t-and aUnleashng a viciousattack, theesc J 112 overdue -
tiletoed to enerm akin it F. Krpinaki 2b .. 4 1 1 4 ~ nna 'Division managededl (e dtoolr .t 76-eM h an FHd.. 11 -CoulFtxAoe hapst



or'ind steWse a Sre by I.cinas n2 1 1 e1 ema out the Cryta s -eb N hro e d prth, Ra --r -" Imported. 1 Dsae a. o: 4
.d t hroe.s'in.H p tne s0erre ton L.r a. at he....... 1 10 0 he r nrb g a they wamp e n as a regular, b lasted a two-run Jult er nc1 Ip n w B o FTO a. i o
,tlnd sent aytiferry lde nd War.- cask'.....4 1 I ed Armynotheransportation 15 to influenced W YORK, March 11 ) homer e as the Dodgers rallied fo -P nd
tr nur rovn out to '. r cI f.... 1 1 0 0 on a l-hit attack. Among the 1 The New York Yankees' pen- three runs in e e h g By CONRlADO 1-BedUino F.San. ..Nothi 6t -i
Sfrek e boon .- which Pooos f .... 1 h chare okenstic slta r and one-hit a intel dril with er beat the ilwakgton Braves, 2 ranero F.Oodoy -o r N
S The C solemn th mreaanedet v.nere-agaves r.....omers Andersonth Baltimore orioles loked3-2, before 11 50 at Miami o 1a Gauha (e) Don Cto L Gral t
I de thVem resnt e tohi detd. In-Iae l ......o triples tiarte and Jovane like a $250,000 lemon today in dium. Del Crandall's two homers. Black ismo 42-Ceboat A.BrVas. 1185 Cod Pr v the wer 3
o, wen er re e ...... .. one oue ore and tweve the wakGeorge mosthumiat- and airtight pMtchingosos byra ened slam -aetraa Muieeo 3-Vjlarrealtc RYada 1102x-Hard toi ee ..' 2J-1
bal e d on an.error. i or the ren Peters r........0 0 0 0 0 gessprea almostevenly a- ing Grapefruit Leaue opener in Conleyr enabled the on he Pedro gu on Wende 6-Club W pot A. YcaRose 15 -C go wer -




o ton avi lr TAMPA ah 11 (P efore scori th the one-hitter, elder G White ox to beat the Cc- traps on Sunday, March 13, be- -rea V. Cast. 114-Has troge Woe team ,
and 'second. Both sddere r-I Totals 26 9 9 18 4to thra led ang i Mtheir spring training history, the Dodgers scoreless until they -inning at P 9:Av0 -Kellrasha J. Bravo 113 -Must pr more 4-1
adv t rdanceond hnRhoe base ohn a wd Thow evas ngt played With Bob Turley,o the keyfor t ma rkn staged the "flasht Redle tr- Th e program wlu consist of 7-Que do T. R.th 110 -Doesn't seem Ukely -1
it nri le tovle the r alked Score by Inninspowerha aiseloma icaly paed i n 'oty heY massive,16-play er tran- Nichols'exense. Sandy Am os 7-allyr Spruce Re. 11-Reportedly improved 2-
iaoron ansd iesw rle no ody sore nermn tals afteramin e r sanction, treated like a batting single through a drawn-infield b-Ex lito Devon Maiden 10th R"ee "C" Imported 7n o l -: --:-
out Coca Cola......olmen th.ret0ned *ionl Laue Umecontenders after being the infeld t n the entire gamel. suffered a cut l, when st.hek lat boat Don Cud cesD c
Ao this Coint solorn re down Brave presided r e n C nna e oo a were crushed, 7-0. yesterday by a winning run after Zimminerds Pblowh1 -Beon. CL a -Io sath Ln Altr 11 -a inter -
AttsPontL a ,rr y bOrd e -doW arasp. 501 ;ennant ra'ce predictionswen. St. Louis Cardinal team compos- tied the score. 11-Orkndo 'iUlawrea 2-Lion's Claw B. Azua 1013-Fac ind L.1
| d S'rent .rlnak te the ob ne* i n Another pac e thet as a influenced ed of Stan M i and eight Infeldel s Ted Lepcloand MintNVBllreal3 u 105 --Notin. M. ov,
two three in te thus end. With this automatic placement Wa rookies. What's more the p oud g continued their hard C
0e ahea tTe strk out rMt.Wwos,,eDunveC d o, a ban asa-Bitng ti uthir ba- GoeproChs A.
'w INEMACOPE! tObw W a.onleden" d a comNew ov erweight and reported ester hiladelphtt ing as the Boston Red the handOcap y Nwo The 1F.55 Isthmia d Amate. r i:00-R. 112er, G. hety .
Jlike aLhwrri M. ethl o t riwiRt,, l t char cten batter stole an day to X-ray treatments on a Detroit Tigers. 4- and return- eet Golf Championship w.l start : Patterson l Fise .
A s ov : am es p a b i t t e r. i nbwe ve .r a l Ra u t r.le sf t. Ca M o r... . B o t n hh t s i n g le. 1ii n g o f M a j o r b o bal a 3 -3at i"e wtth I tta, F lh T h l Rar t eo:,
"r WA- A 6TRAN aER. For Ae sId the perorme creditably and dr.,cw e League experience among themes. Piratesling drove in three runs with oenix Aritoday. The team. Veda C e. ln 1 8 t d C ela
dntt won't be necessary to om ratve raves from the large provided plenty of werd W lbase- sas itye and two singles.scheduled to e e 2-C4 low mel at Vathe e11, l ine -i













-the umpire to use a stopwatch crowb all. as usual, but also produced The world champion New York In 12 diLferent cities ona spring of the first 36 holes will go Into 9:S.G aes, Peabody
(t EAL Today- .20. .10 to time te 20 seconds because Tomorrow's game will brinr significant developments in sev- Giants were idle yesterday but tour that ex ted to te ne of the championship flight. T-V 10:00-aMitten, Stoal, Lansg.\ .
'llATOMIC INVADtS b season "d w oud they averaged Maintenance. Rookie Don ddmmer who may Worlnd M ernnieMfioso's grath nd slam of target 2trapshootwill behlaof 15 according to their 36 e2x-H to bot here 2-
t e te Herb Moford ollaborated n homer enabled the Chicago at the PeroMiguel un lu 4-W te oFleet F. ose 11 nt o anylower















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S, umpir is Fe to issue an intent isonal tournament score card. l
R D NEY "8 I1i -1o'-1toisu'" LI 2-Reprt to icuthe artingel oe leID
base on ball," said Ge. -- ANNOUNCES -- niepo to statn toe 511 :
S Both pitchers anil catchers have 3fthe rti board tM.
been ompinatg about the rule f or chege of starting tbae 06 1 3 Pythfr
A. I spring traiag, sayag' that t WEST COAST SERVICE S .
will le tommy wild pitchers. fiing or Saturdw's aW -'
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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -
INEA) '- Paul Richards' White
Fox clubi were noted for their
dang with first Jim Busby Yd
athen U fae Moso, Nellie
and Jim Rivera showing the way.
The Orioles will be the same way,
r changes will be made.
-The new manager of the Balti
more dub points out that many
field marshals of today have .n-,
;tirel ten away from the pP-B
Sof the play he likes most
te h-and-run
This play is done for a big rea.
Isn-to prevent the slow runner
and average hitter from' becom-
lig tangle up in a double play.
"With few exceptions," s ay i
Paul "the hit-and-run can be a&
burden on the batter. Many play.
ers just don't like to be required'
to bit -a certain pitch. *
"The really gifted hit. and -rusn
batters are rarf. few clubs have
mome than one or. two. A Phil'
liRauto or Harvey Kuena or Al.
via Dark can do it well." I


It goes without saying-that the
accomplisebd hit-and-run batt r
has to be able' to poke the ball
to the opposite fied,. With this,
the most valuable sign a club can
steal is the hit-and-run.
"It Is the most sought sign in
the major leagues," Rich a r d s
says. "Most managers admit that
it is the only sign they try to pil-
fer."
Richards reveals in his book,
'M o d er n' Baseball Strategy,'
(Prentice-Hall Inc.), how r u n-
ners on first base tip their mitt
cn the hit-and-run enabling the
catcher to call a pitch out and
crippled an entire inning.
IPtT' ;:
"It would surprise several sisan-
agers and many baserunners' to
know that there are a couple of
catchers in each major league
who practice this form of thieve-
ry,' reveals the one-time Boy
Wonder of Waxahachie. "A lot of
base-runders just can't ref r a n
from tipping off that they just
have received the sign from the
batter.


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to White OwIst Never-o,
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NTE ,8CBOLASTIC BASEBALL CHAMPS Members of the Balboa High School 1955 champion-
hip winning baseball team. Front row (left to right): Jack Hammond, Lambert Mantovani,,
Eddle Napoleon, Herb Utaybourne, Mario Delgado. Sandy Hinkle and Isaac Perez. Center. Dean
Washburn. Owen Sutherland, Ramon Reyes, Ed Scott, Joe Cicero, Tim Hotz, Dan Winklosky.
Back row: Manager Bruce Malcolm, Bill Black, Bob Hamilton, George Kirkland, Fred Harley,,
Bob Fearon and coach Stew Brown. (Photo by Tom Smith)


Kid Gavilan To Fly To Miami


To Meet Boxing Commission.


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B.B.S. 1955 Champs

Notch Second Leg
An thrin TARnhv


SUMMIT, N.J', March 11 (UP) slon this time if I do win. After
-Former welterweight chan- all the trouble we had when Balboa High school's baseball
pion Kid Gavllan of Cuba said Hector Constance was given the team again won the Interacho-
yesterday he would fly to Miami decision, I guess I get it this plastic championship and the
today and be there for Satur- time." beautiful Shrine Trophy. This
day's meeting of the Miami Box- The Miami Boxing Commission year's victory gives the BUS boys
ing Commission. chairman disclosed he was call- cne second, leg of the award. One
The m The so has requested chat in an effort to thwart any the Pacific side school to retire
him to tar so that all details 'beefs" by the Cuban after.the it to Its trophy case.
of hisl fht next Wednesday bout. Balboa's season record includ-
threshed out in adVance "We don't want the same ed ^hre vo ies ovro Ce st oub
Gfvlisa denied yesterday he thing to happen here that has .Hih and two wins and one loss
had asked the commission to happened at Miami Beach and with Armed Forcesd teams in ex-
appoint a Cuban Judge or ref- in Philadelphia," chairman War- onei ss w it bo th"the BHS
eree for the fight at Miami ren Welmer said. Anelosn s1with bothe t he ge
Stadium. After the Philadelphia fightAlumni and the Junior College
"I know they wouldn't do that," where Gavilan lost his welter nnon Thleanigue games.i .
he said. "tf intend to win the weight title to Johnny Saxton, was i set v Eddie a n
tight dnd I hope I get the deci- and after the Miami Beach fight Lambsrt e yaEddnie w P al vw
last month when hstae dropped a Trini of .50 each, closely pursued


Richards macs b clear that missniront to ereld a ihis STandy Hinkle with three wins a-
hit-and-run and its potentialities, rmar.,of croi ano n I re M ario Deado with record of
as well, as the hired, vands in volv TheO an offered to aolo. e win, one mloss nd. t-
ed, can pay dividends, he- warns imeth. bCuba ofemmrsed on' am. .f e
al ant managers using it c o m hi tter. Miami B"each Commission The olltwiting layern wll re
etely oblivious to. its numerous i anho e ltte ell th
Tthe batter can wing at a bad PO rd an apologyby letter- I Joe Cicero. Eddi Napoleon,
ball at the wrong time. A I In e not enou said the dle Scott, Ramon Reveo am-
drive can tbe hit directly to a hearin might be held at 10 a.n L aert M anan Sandy Hile,
fielder. There is ti. danger of thea t. rr.lIf Gavila. n is-n town saac Perez, 'Mario Delgado,
pitch-out. The batter dan swing then. 1, '1 I :,- f hackie Hammbnd, Bruce Mal-
and miss. The hitter or the run. After Gavillan ets through colm (Mr.),N erbie Raybourne
er can mis the sign. The short- with the beach commission "he (Captain).
stop or second baseman, moving Is expectedtoappear before, h l
tc cover second base, can field a. the MsaMi"dom| ip o* '
ball that otherwise would have ."We are ong to lean over iT, e
been a hit. backwards for Gavi to be
"Add to is the times the run- fair, but we are not going to h
ner on first base would h a v e appoint a Cuban judged at he's o
reached third e though t he hit-and- asked for," Weimer said. "If he S n V
run wasn't on," concludes Paul has any beefs before or after them
Richards.fightwe want hi mm to ake them
"The club that keeps these rec- to this commission and we will la l
words will find that it has taken it- make an investigation and give ee- 'U ,
self out of more innings than it him a hearing, but we do 't' ,
self out of more innings than it want the same thing to happen
created by the successful execu-I here that has happened at Mia- .r eb
tion of the hit-and-run.' ml Beach and in Philadelphi.. a." ,..m) 0 on about
ballCatuthrwishe et oote "of fuI tryinN lie


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MARCH 13th: Geo. Parris (16) and H. Mi
Wanderers vs. Midland (9), also played defensive
Rainbow City assure the draw. Excel
Surrey vs. Silver City bowling attack featured K.
Camp Bierd. flth (1 for. 29), M. Perch 0
13), and A. Campbell (4 fo
Exhibiting all the tensity and *-- -
excitement of an encounter be- Bouncing back,after their
tween two "big counties" the defeat at the hands of the S
Surrey-Excelsior contest attract- club last week, the Mills.
ed a large crowd of cricket lovers proved that they are still I
who loudly shouted advise and running as they overwhl
encouragement to their favorites the ex-champions, Silver C
as the match ended in a draw C. to gain undisputed positi
at the Rainbow City Oval. It was second place in the At]
a narrow squeak for the league Cricket League.
leading Surrey club who thus Bowlers L. Warren and J
complete the half-season with 4 collaborated as Silver City
wins and 1 draw for a total of skittled out for 49 runs wh
22Y points. Walker scored 20 runs nol
Batting first on a hard wicket and C, Warner 16 to tak
Excelsior scored their runs as Mills total to 52 for 3 wlckV
follows: 1 for 12. 2 for 21, 3 for the Camp Bierd Oval.
26, 4 for 34, 5 for 37, t6 fr 69, 7
for 73, 8 for 83, 9 for 3 and all STANDINGS
for 110. Hightlighttl this inning
was the heary hittg of a A. Club W LD
Campbell (11). On the finding Surrey 4 0 1
side, a brilliant on- d Mlls 4 1 0
catch in the outfield by "Bobby" Excelsior 3 1 1
Drakes and a rifle-shot return Wanderers 1 3 0
by bowler C. DeSouza off the bat Silver City 1 4 0
of K. Griffith, word the stand- Midland 0 4 0
out plays. --
Successful bowlers were De-
Sousa 4 for 45, E. Franklin LEADING BATSMEN
3 for 25. R. Waterman t for.
12 and A. Critchlow, 1 for 11. Inn. .A R
Surrey in turn fell I oPr 10. 3 A. Hamlin (E) 4 $ I
for 11, 3 for 3 l, 4 for 37,' &, 46, A. Drakes (8) 4 2 73
6 for 46, 7 for 49, 8 for S4 9 for A. Lynton (W) 4 s 28
83, and a total of 87 scared when H. Cole (Mil) 4 2 2
time was called. X Brown (Milk) 4 0 79
BattU hero of this *46 was H. Walker (Mills) 4 1 55
lettha er Carlos i Ot. bm., K. Griffith (E) 1 2 48
dei pr M C. Brathwt (80
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As noted, Johnstown, in 1939, was hist last Winter, ind
hadn't had a starter since Apche. llth A 1J2., "

; T' B REY MR. FITZ GOOD


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The Kentucky hard bhotst always ameo4dtheir. rt0e t BW,
Mr. Fitz in the only way that matters around a traei. They-.
bet him good where set out picking Rfoe". Oinah at 4-1 wat
the longest price any of this three Derby Winners paid. Gallantmn
ftx .was just a bit better than even money and Johnstown was--
odds on. ,. .
No on. will ever; know whether Mr. Fit had a resoeablse
bcance. In the *3 Deriby or not. GranUile was better than a ..
empty stall,. as the fellow says, and Mr. iti bad im ragsO..
sharp, but shortly after the start the Jeekey fell ff anad tht,
was that. Jimmy Stout till owns the red-faced diMtelntlen S
being the only rider who everfilnished a Derby without a bphru-
Gallant Fox was the best of Mt. FIltz's Derbi horses, anq
like Nashua, he wasn't very precocious, once an front he'd loaf.
too. But came the D.rby, the Fox, with forceful prompting ,
Earl Sande, got all the answers right, winning rather easly. "..
There is no reason to believe that Nashua. provided he's the"
.horse they say he is, won't turn In an equally Impeccable ,ea'
port card in the Mint Julep Classic. In any case, lethousal ds
of volunteer trainers who have moved in on Nashua ought tat""
be reminded that Old Sunny Jim has been around log enough
to know a pastern from a fetlock. Maybe he doesn't need anu
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JOE WILLIAMS

MIAMI BEACH--Race hores get to be raee hbieas ti
the same way sculptors et to be salptors and puinbeNr *fet .
be plumbers. They have to be taught. They are bred to superle
speed, but until they learn how to ue It they war4just hoeras
And that's not much to brag abeut.
80, if you happen to be a Nashua fan and plan to make h
hour Derby choice, keep this in mind. Despite the fact .
the Belair bay was on the front end virtually every step of
way in winning the Plamnig last week, few of the .expirs cou
find anything complimentary to say about him.
Among the milder raps were that he is (a) willful, (i)
awkard. (c) lazy and (d) screwy. 1
Eddie Arcaro. who flew in from California to ride him-an
exercise in horsemanship which netted the Squire of Rockville,
Centre $10,460 for the one-minute, 49.6 seconds it took him to,
complete the mile and an eighth Journey-was quoted after 41,'
race as saying:
"He'll have to show me he's much better than he was today
if I'm going to ride him in the Derby."
The one man who knows more about Nashua than anybody
else, Suny Jim Fitaiimmons, eommitted that Ih demj tM -Ar-.,
caro had lid Just thlt."It's a foolish reark, mad Arear
foolish."
The 80-year-old trainer, who has saddled three previ
Derby winners-Gallant Fox (1930), Omaha (1935), iad Johns-
town (1939)-expressed complete satisfaction with the elft"
present status.
"He's still learning. All he needs is more racing,"
Neutral horsemen are extravagantly high on the lreg, well-.
furnished, spirited colt. Some say he might well develop tnto
the greatest performer of this generation. Potentilly, they rate
him decisively ahead of. Native Dancer, whose exploit and run-
ning manners happen to be freshest In memory.

SENTIMENTAL FAVOITO TOO
Only wild, frightened horses will run until exhausted wth
out urging, so there Is nothing singular about Nashua wuinE
to stop as soon as he gets the lead. This is characterigaL
young horses; they wt be taught to, keep going, even wh45
Apparently, there ih L further objective. ., n .
If correcting this defect Is all that stands between Nashu
and greatness, It's 14le to waste further time or typ speealatle
on the matter. .
Would anyone fear for the briefest' second that sue a eoem-
monplace problem might be beyond the praetleed skill of Mr.
FIts?
The truth of the matter is, there haven't been many train- -
ers who ever ranked higher than the kindly. sthop-backed oldo-"
Irishman, who has spint some 70 years around horses. It may-.
even be that he was the best. The record 14 eloquent on Onhe
point-any time Mr. Fitz had a good horse he always had hils-
fit. n h
For Mr. Fitz to come up with another Derby winner at his.
aoo would be a stirring,, sentimental thing and, such II his pop-
ularlity and the wide respect he commands, millions would b
trinxgto root him home.


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WASHINGTON, March 11 -
tUP) -.OOP ceaguessional lead-
er angrily denounced Demo.
eratle Natlonal Chbarman Paul
M. aiter as a ",bundrel" and
a loeathesome anilmal" today
for Uggesting that Mrs. Elsen-
bhower's health might keep the
President .from seeking re-elec-
tion.
Butler replied that the Republi
cans were "making a mountain
out of a molehill."
He said held news conference re
marks in New York Tuesday and
Wednesday referred only to "pub-
'ished reports that "Mrs. Eisen
shower has not been in robust
health."
It long has been publicly ac.
knowleged Mrs. Eisenhower has
a heart condition which some-
times limits her activities.
Dr., Howard Me. Snyder, White
House physician, said today that
aside from this heart condition,
and a current mild bout with the
flu, the First Lady's health is ba-
sically good.
"There is no illness," he said.
Dr. Snyder described Mrs. El.
"enhower's heart condition as a
"murmur" and said it m a y be
traceable to an attack of rheu-
matic fever she suffered during
S childhood
Sometimes, Mrs, Eisenhower
4cas suffered from over-fatigue
which Dr. Snyder attrlb u t es
*Imply to her "overdoing" in
,view of her heart.
` GOP members of Congress, al
iost with one voice denounced
Butler's words as "unfortunate!"
V responsible" and it "political
ad to "-


haps Annslce

SUnit With Meddling
PROM PENH, Cambodia,
March 11 --(UP) -Cambodia's
iew king dramatically charged
the International Armistice Co n-
trol commission to its face today
of interfering in the internal cri-
kls that provoked his son's abdi-.
S "It is for the people to sa y
Yes or no in what concerns the
projects of my son the Prince
Sfhanouk" King Norddom Sura-
arit told the Cambodian consul-
tative council.
Ehe India Canadian and Polish
members o tihe control commis-
Sand other members of tht
dplomatic Corps were present at
the eating.
,"Certain elements which have
interests in seeing a continuation
91 disorder have addressed them-
ylves to foreigners. I wish for
my country lion apd fraternity
i th out the inteoference ofG
Sstranges."
*He c aimed in his abdication
Statement tho* he wanted to "live
a humble life among my sub-
j ects" but political observers here
believe the young ex-king intends
to lead a National. Union Party
at the polls against the /Cambo-
dian Left and Crypto-Commu-
aist parts

3 d,3 HuRt

hi Terrorist bids

Ih Cmblanca
CASABLANCA, French Moroc-
o, March 11 UP) Authorities
lJd today three persons were
killed and three wounded in ter-
Srpist attacks here In the past
1M hours.
' ,Two of the dead were Moroc-
S .pedestrians slain sb-
,. ;uWne gun fire, the rdwAS
SMoroccan polIcenumn who died
Is hospital after being critical-
l, wounded by a ptsa i bullet.
SA Moroccan was knocked dwn
Iff his motorcycle by two terror-
lisear the native, quarter last
fht. The first terrorIsts' pistol
i nmedm. The second attacker
Sed twice wounding the motor-
i r1In the arm. The terrorist


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Sen George D. 'Aiken. (R-Vt.,), ler's statement "mpst unfortunate American people will join us In-
refeinm g to Butler. as "a scoun- and quite irresponsible." condemning any such misinte
dreli,! said his statement shows One of the sharpest attacks came pretation of a temporary indispo-
'just how low and loathes o me from Sen. Barry 'Goldwater (R. nition of our First Lady, who is
an animal in human' form can Ariz.), chairman of the Republi. respected as much as she Is lov.
get." can Senatorial Campaign Commi- ed."
A Se-ate source said the' or. tee.
anied GOP flareup developed Goldwater said both the chief xan er ng
cause It %as learned that the executive and his wife are in VM f
President was annoyed by But- "sound, healthy and vigorous Al n I lm i
ler's statement. condition, in vivid contrast to
This Republican said' he h a d the man who tan for a fourth f Penl lin Fame
been informed that the President term and withheld his mortal *
viewed the statement as "kind of sickness from the nation." 1. | d
low" politics. This referred to President
Both "conservative" and "liber. Roosevelt, who died three months
al" republicans joined in the at- after the start of his fourth term.
tack on Butler. The usually mild- Johnson said he would not asso- LONDON, March 11 (UP) -
mannered Aiken delivered the date himself with Butler or any- Sir Alexander Flemin, the d0i-
most stinging reply td the Demo- one who made "improper" state. covered of penicillin, died today.
cratic chairman. ments about Mrs. Eisenhower's Death came at the age of
health or "anything else." to the white-maned scientist


iRed-faced with anger, the New
Englander told the Senate "no
relf-respecting Democrat", would
"stand up for the tactics t h a t
this scoundrel is tempted to use."
Butler, who returned f r o m
New Iork, said that If the Re-
publicans are trying 'to p e r-
suade the President to run for
a second term, "they would be
better advised to spend their
time' In supporting. Mr. Eisen-
hower's program Inste ad of
wasting It berating me."


But he challenged Republicans
to back away from Humphrey's
remarks Which he said question.
ed Democrats' "motives."
Bridges said be was willing to
cissassociate himself" from the
claim Democrats were "silly"
and "irresponsible." But he add-
ed "when they are called politi-
cal, I believe the secretary had a
pretty good statement there."
Johnson said It "ill behooves"
Republicans tc criticize in the
light of a statement byv "o n A f


who ilengtuiieun l h 1e 1 ives o01
countless men and brought a
healing hand to humanity.
Hle died at his home in Dan-
vers Street, Chelsea, not far
from St. Mary's Hospital where
he discovered penicllin by acci-.
dent one of the most nmo-
mentous accidents in the hla-
tory of medicine.
The beneficial accident came
about this way:
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I ..'ARACTER-Comedian George 6obel doesn't stray far (EST ron An ACTRESS Da homa elehorrta)
from the character he portrays on televisMon after recelvinv an Y ArnR ACTRESS Danry Thoeayo aed rWrets
"Immy" award as the "most outstanding new personality.' He Youn old at their "Emmy" awards n oinnerywoof the w&cadem
received the award at the Seventh Azinual Awards Dinner of of Teevton Arts and Sciences. ThomaAw ards Dinn Young were'
the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in Hollywood. named best actor and actress starring in a regular TV series.
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Donald 0 'onnor

to Devote Time


to Movies Alone
HOLLYWOOD March 11 (UP)
-Brash, youtful-appearing Don-
ald O'Connor today decided to de-
vote himself exclusively to the e
movies and diop out of television
for a year because he couldn't
do both.
O'Connor's retirement became
known when the sponsor of h i s
filmed show Texaco, disclosed it
was looking for a replacement.


Us........ -".. wsonnfor'ss ast oe m
The White House had no imme- the most influential members of in his small laboratory in 1942. O'Connor's show alternated with
diote comment on the political the Cabinet branding their col. A speck-sized fleck of wind- Jimmy Durante's show for the
furor stirred up by the iuue of leagues assilly." borne mold was wafted through same sponsor.
the First -Ladys health. an open window. The young hoofer-comedian said
Senate Democratic Leader Lyn- Alken said Butler "soa in d s i he still would accept an occasion.
don B. Johnson (Tex.) counter-at- like he would be very happy If The speck settled in a saucer al guest appearance but was n o t
tacked by denouncing Treasury Mrs. Eisenhower was in poor containing a gbrm culture. Flem- contemplating regular TV appear-
Secretary George M. Humphrey health," but "we know she Is ng absently took a look at it ances during the coming year. He
for calling the democrat backed not." through microscope. The germs joins Bob Hope and Joan Davis
tax cut "political, irresponsible Apparently referring to M r s. in the saucer were dying. as comics who have bowed out
aid silly." Eleanor Roosevelt, Aiken said of TV in recent months because
Jha;ilse noted the Repub. Mrs. Eisenhoyer is "not a tennis 1'here the accident ended, and they found regular shows too
leams kad talkedd oaut" the champion" and "does not Climb the genius took over. Working strenuous.
late* Presen oo ,v el t's mountains" or "go off halt way with the whisker-like vegetable --- ----
"wife, daugi& e4, h for around the world molds such as housewives *ee OLD STORY
more tMan years However, be said, she. Is hea~- on decayed fruit, Fleming a4de
The political blow-up occurred thy and one of the most gra con penicillin, the drug that almost BOSTON (UP) Boston po.
during the Senate's "mo r ning and charming hostesses the White miraculously prevents multipli- lice found out what most married
hour" when senators get assorted House ever has had. cation of bacteria In the human men already knew women rule
matters off their chests. T here Republican women in the House body. the roost. Pohee discovered in tak-
were also repercussions in t he later also added their voices to But it was characteristic of ing the census that in this city
House. i the chorus of complaint. the quiet and retiring scientist women outnumber men by nearly
Senate RepLblican Leader Wil- They said in a statement "we that he did not profit commer- 12 per cent. There were 272,331
Ham F. Knowland labeled But- deplore this attack and feel the dally from penicillin's discovery, women over 20 and 239,093 men.


Tornado, Thunderstorms, Floods Buffet Ohio Valley
CHICAGO, March 11 (UP) Pennsy lvania, weather min re- Memorial Hospital was forced to !',000,000 acres of wheat planted
A tornado, other winds of hurri- ported winds up to 92 mph miles switch to its auxiliary power for the 1955 harvest. N
cane force and thunderstorms an hour in musts. system when a section of metal March winds tugged at the
buffeted the Ohio Valley area A Madison, Ind., high school root blew off and knocked out a drought-dried soil in thq plains
and parts of Pennsylvania today, teacher, Mrs. Evelyn Feebach, 44 transformer of the regular pow- portions of eastern Colorado,
and rains fell along the flooding drowned In floodwaters, er system. Wyoming, New Mexico, western
Ohio River as its crest neared Benton Myers, 35, drowned At nearby Wheeling, W. Va., Kansas, the Oklahoma Panhan-
Loutul. ... after falling from a boat while treis were uprbot, several die and west Texas.
Fiv, dead were counted in the residents around Greenup, Ky., houses unroofed and billboards Yesterday's storm, the first
stora s. Lghtni.g touched off a were moving out because of .the blown down. major duster of the year, was
fire at n lon City, Ind., and the flood and two men died in floold- WTRF-TV at Steubenville, 0- described by Conservation Serv-
city police chief said damage waters around Cincinnati. hio, was forced off the air for ice officials as the worst in some
might reach $1,000,000. At Connertville, Ind., about 40 45 minutes when rain was whip- parts of the Plains states since
Far to the west, the drought- miles from the Ohio river, a ped into high voltage equip- 1937.
parched spfl was kicking into the tornado tore the roof from the meant, shorting it. The winds that whipped up the
air under the lashing March Rek Manufacturing Co. plant, a The U.S. Steel ore bridge. blinding dust clouds were clock-
winds, across farm areas, bring- division of the Philco Corp. which towers 75 feet over a huge ed at up to 90 mph at Cheyenne,
int t furttr dam sge to some re- It overturned rsU road box cars. storage pile and hauls ore to two Wyo.
ns suffering wind ero- Other winds felled trees In open hearth furnaces, carried They tore down a $60,000 TV
S Ab t psed under parts of Indiana. two 'workers with it to the tower at Denver and put station
the winds at Bro le, Pa,, k ll- round, but the company said KOA-TV off the' air for five
in Orin Ramsey, 37, a workman. At Glendale, in the northern both "miraculously" escaped in- hours.
At Allegheny County airport, in Panhandle of West Virginia, jury. Airplane and automobile travy-
Meanwhile airborne specks el was hazardous in many areas.
S from what was described as The winds at Cheyenne blew
some sections' worst dust storm down power lines shutting off
In 18 years drifted over seven electric service in 'a southern
Western states' today and weath- part of the Wyoming 'capital..
ermen 'forecast fresh but lesser knocked out some telephone drn
"dusters" today. cults, 'includlnt 11 rural lines
Officials of the U.S. Soil Con- tout of the city, and prevented a&
servation Service said wind ero-f Western Air Lines flight' from
sion since late autumn had de- maki g a scheduled Ianoiftg at
stroyed about half of Colorado's the Cheyenne ilrpoft.


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Judge's Bench

A total of $35 fines were Im.
posed on Calvin H1. Muschette
a Gamboa resident charged wit
battery and petit larceny. Thi
25-year-old Panamanian de
fendant was found guilty o
stealing a wallet from u n d e.
houses 318 in Gamboa; for whici
ie was fined $25 in the Balbo
Magistrate's, Court yes t e r d a y
afternoon. An additional $10
fine was imposed on the battery
charge, Which was an outtgrowth
of an argument he had with
Charlotte M. Josiah.
Two Panamanians were found
guilty of loitering around quar-
ters 928 in La Boca. One of them
Clarence L. Drakes, 29, drew a
ten-day Jail sentence, while a
$10 fine was imposed on the
other, Concepei6n 8inchez, 39.
For driving without a chauf-
feur's, license, Erasto BIngb, 18-
ear-old Panamanian was fined
Fifteen dollar fines each were
imposed on Prudence M. Braith-
waite, 26 and Ana Pdrez, 32, for
vagrancy.

Director Announces

Cast For Guild's

Next Production


The cast of the. Theater
Guild's next production "The
Hasty Heart" has been an.
nounced by the director, Claude
Aycock.
Described as a comedy about
a tragedy, the three-act play
will be presented March 28 and
will run until April 2 at the
Guild's workshop.
The casting of this play,
which is set in a British hos-
pital in Burma, required, actors
capable of mastering Scottish,
Cockney, Australian and Amer,
Ican Southern accents, among
others.
Bobette Millard has copped
the only female role of the
nurse. Others include John La
Falce, John Catron, Bill Edmon-
son, Rutherford Brice, Dave
Board, Bill Beech, Earl Boone,
and William Millard.

175-yr.-old Desk

Traveling to US
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WUERZBURG, Germany,
March 11 (UP) :- One of the
most travelled pieces of furni-
ture in military annals will e
to the United States
on i the U. lst ifantry
Division.
It is'a 175-year-ld desk. once
the property of the Marquis de
Lafayette, revoluntJonary war
hero. Now It Is the prized pro-
erty of the commander of ther
en for 36 years.
The desk was presented to the
division in 1919 bv the Count
de Chambroun, a deucendgnt of
Lafayettes. wh en the dIM on
was hduartred at his cha-.
t nau in Tatlg France. It war
whipped back tothe UJ. whmn
the division returneO after tie
war. %W 4e to Germay after
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of Aeroas Panama (Avispa) ith 0. oy Chalket) prs
reta-.treasurter V nctor au t th^e right is Aispa'sc,-

S** ** ith
New Air Link With Miqmi


A new, direct airline service, U.S. pilotswIt mllion-milex-.
between Panamni and Miami will perlence will operate the crft.
be inaugurated on May 4,, ac-.. IPnternatIal flight schedules
cording to .n a nnouxement t'other its n Oetral A-
made yesterday by Heracluo ar- merica South Aerct.and. .u-
letta, resident of Panami's in- roe wil announce and n u-
teonal airline Aerovias Pa- n l" n nddnf
ternamiona le erov Pa tare, as Well as domestic serv-
name. icesw within PanamA with four-
The air service is a result of ngin alcrfogt
a new combine beetweei the -Officers of A .isPa, besides.Bar-
PanamA airline and Trans-CA let ta, rclde lnister of arV-
ribbean Airways. The flight will ernment and Juater of j .
be known as "El PanamA Spe- Rei 6nn a s vic e president (r
cial.'" Inch'lustiWc prei4 rt;Vr
Flights on the new airline while utwell- ere a
route will be scheduled for Wed- ilot Capt JuanM W f
nesday and Fridays as a start, rations manager in p an .
but will be increased as the de- manager in .a
mand requires. Departures from A A Sees
Panama will be at 3 p.m. and AMA Seis e dsio
the planes will leave Miami at-r .
9 a.pm, The four hour trip will TULrn
cost $125 for round-trip fare,
and $S9.50 one-way. Doctors B 190
President of Trans-Caribbearn, /,
Roy Chalk, who is now in Pan- CHICAGO,. March 11 (UP) -
amA. revealed yesterday, that The American MedlcalAssn. amd
under the agreement between tody that by 1960 the l Utf*
the two airlines, which has been medical schools will be turning
approved by the US Civil Aero- out 7300 to' 1500 doctors aci
nautics Board, Trans-Caribbean year.
will furnish DC-6 and DC-7 In 1900, approved ach
four-engine airplanes or the graduated 3165 new doW .te l
Panamn to Miami run. The a- last.year 6861 an incrSeO 114
agreement has been signed for Per cent over the 54-671ar
an Initial two-year period. Dr. ElvaId L Tumq seer$ ..
Two DC-8 hirplanen are being of the AMA's co 1' -o
made available by TransCarib- Ical education and I i. d
bean to the Panamanian frliner he studied a 50-u!re of 4
Immediately and moe will be edca duationt
provided as the service expands, the pro 10e turnout in I


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