The Panama American


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


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Panama -- Panama


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

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University of Florida
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enter), Commander of U.8 hrees
cen on Matau land. Stump said
the Nationall offshore islands.

Pilgrimage Set

To Graveside

Of Col. Remon
Thousands of Panamanians
are expected to attend a pil-
grimage to the tomb of assas-
sinated President Jos6 Antonio
Rem6n tomorrow In commemo-
ration of the date on which he
sounded the opening gun of the
drive which resulted in the suc-
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WASHINGTON, March 14 (UP)- Fundamental shifts in expert opinion concerning
the United States. Atlantic-to. Pacific canal policy are indicated by preliminary discus.
*ion of bills pending in Congress, according to well-informed transportation authorities
The concept of sea-level canal at Pana ma is believed to be losing ground partly be.
cause of re nt revelations that the "fall out" from atomid explosions affects an area
as large as the entire Canal Zone.
The st he ntiaefasa nlev- t It oMle have good Asiatic, Australaan s ure. INSPECT NATIONALISTS' DEFENSES Ada Felix 8tump (c
The coat Cltioateworaisedtole$- projects for asden In the MR traffic weald be diverted in the Pacific, antl-aircraft positions of Nationalist Chinese fore
el canal i c how ra neced si- p r sesn eNon of Conress rom Panama to sua-webch a later that the Red Chinese are not ready to try an invasion of
tate0v0.0o0. ewi trhansMitoll sforanda adbate" on lon g I nbl must take lato so.
raeqveryhlbtrr 110Ya lori log^ically fet- count, however. the fad that* *
repayment. s foranim- low. ina third worWa war an one. ,
proved loo coia t Panama The long range study If un- MY Of 'free nations would ple | |A || I
wls a a m arge volum eoftraffi ed 'Buildup In Korea
Ing "Iiso &* "o Mdi a, ch nlow movsviaam aPft
worid'lay~t~inpwho the commercial u ~ty of various whic o oe i aaa
amon Peznr ox-. routes, and problems of defense. as for example that of South *
pnon toatworld olmerce To illstrate the complexity Amefloan watt coast countries,
.5shol eth be ri terinisofthi p'robeh a ros ex woul rsumess; the istoia Has Pentagon W orred
shomuldto of fuue lrapolicy..ports were asked the hypothet- route between Pacific-and-At-psonowrle ea othprlmaiose wodrsmehehtrcl S OO ne
meanwhile, everyone that leaf question: What would hap- lahtle by way of the Magellan
studi lesteustio latest pin to approximately_- e,. Straits and around Cape Horn. o- *
atomic warfarewould at i of v g the s .o a rul t h r ou ghtchredwouldralsemaor onterns- WASHINGTON, March 1t (UP) leaves South Korean and U. N.
cntruto n ofe an wourldsfy thew anmave Cann alr9 thra 11 sittculquestions o hppinls--Repeated armistice violations forces weaker to some extent, of-.
cont~ucio o anenred.ew oabe Interrupited by war,. cur by te Comfounists has the De facials said.
canal at a distance from the sho as lI rsgravely wor-The Swedish and Swiss repre-
Panama Canal, in order that sabeotageorsitemajor wandlier. hisr warvesls protecabt red f s about Eenmlt ary offi. senitatives on the Neutral Nations
thyeitpoulsbtiets.ndwreI- wat Ibt ? w both- rk yboth skand Chile 'now cials laid3today. Advisory Commission alroaddy
way if Panam. *RJsqsitO were n a eIn the area. gave asked that the, commission
toS ^'" bS~ t~'W 14ew;&9xtt. d -^ a. b arboflished" ""
land~ iiiM~c -l jort~t^t -vtMtn a~ g Sat '^ K igl i. S ~ j jrrH

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A cross-libel in an admiralty suit filed this mo.
in the U.S. District Court by the Panam6 Canal Compl
seeks to recover a total of $644,262.28 on behalf of.
employes or their survivors from the owners of a No"
gian ship Lisholt, on which five workmen were killed t
Feb. 6 as a result of an explosion. '
This is the first time in the Canal's history that ..
Panam6 Canal Co. has sued on behalf of injured emp .i
The Panamanian widow of one of the victims,
iconi stevedore foreman John Cole, stands to gain the'l
est sum of $177,552, and Mrs. Walter C. Fedde, wife.-|
the Canal chemist who died in the explosion may
by on award of $158,670, if the Canal Company wins 1i
Two Americans, Cole and Fedde, and three Punamo
nians died as a result of the explosion, which seriously To
jured 11 other Canal employes. :
Whether the cross-libel suit is properly trained and dr.illeg.{
won or not, the employes cannot fire fighting procedures;
lose their compensation pay- 6) The'master did not
ments. It was learned. a .thorough 01t-on to -be0
On Feb. 1 of this year the own- of all compartments aund,
ers of the Lisholt, a NoMrwegia adjacent to the engine oa

ods wouM be used to*ert -------- Amazon buaa, presenffy servised nfree insPection by neutral ob- The United States supports the alon of contractual agreements amoke; and in allowing their ctlaemplorsto work M
later-osenalo traffic In the | ,. by ships a through the sres Swedish-Swiss proposal. between Panama and the Unit- chemist to enter the dangerous ini ofte treMsebox 1

volume of unotf ial diusea n *a media| $ crlss Pa *. s aade clear m d to the Stae Depar1ment ge birth to te Treaty of ty case. wuch as was filed by 7) The ship's owners I
nf&' ,rad.a T-e e77h Ion6rte r hw .ooteh a I r a ;
Th ,l i~tscon t p rhl-.od-wll".e D CmerreintoWhah acei m ee ito lds now n "h t R ee n 1
Pan& b l t N N M 1 are snot tor bu p eU mill. obhovaquish are the other t w =ktwntl heirl o_ .l.0etJ

s u:11 ....on. m as the Naton tot c T n : an11l
C oen w Tfet i n GrahicrAlexand er daem g sre taslato ra anW totoyro ft of en Korea. They alsoaembe of l ofnthe corn ", weo'n, h nPre aldentem weeT :g ivn tiln Ial N.Lut, PuleMo rttin
t. uto projeop d P ew tru tmo,, wyL 4, greed 4 ,st o ny ce rt i p o r t ..hich Is charged with see m g .that ,DIe 1 ,=.

Amephrica t)Th .. lern .e. n-mtrte o ouhae Whiler the d wththesave boen"n viootm ,nustfth l td 12 om thir ner. ThevG-n brto pl Anto
Anlare.d or^ w the The nwspapmr sh1h ner- hrmos b saed oUeM l.atln the trnbe, South Kore nd ruemagsmtronihodf free Chi. Goeronmnt ofl., .n s- rlCouniel' Oce ttore rry E. Tow d, J
Sle athe n oter es naetb-e am 'viwd lopen iha rtl beforfo fefr nmented s o noer n itemd Ntsoa di tf ha t .. v.. ea bui th e.wosol .see Paurel At-d B .zdt.o c ai Mur ;.t !s l B rlmr .,

do betustdonA arimr -s- t the deed this week thoted him iC t: orfr. hered to the nabm tricky. Thrl dtonaledt ohrce oild Chee ek rt oa r toi-te eax Dlwiot o McKcured ;l To e croi Ubel wa fi
dSeSSSuMa.ioe assy., he hThd Utitdy dowten sLS --pports-,---ire.enty. um dthee.Re orker ctheua aortgureemen.t o smoke;nh and in owigart al eir o tV
trr- e ffitc i the Amazon .. woronsrwce A sm e rvermm.Seh-Sistrgers. rp. s lp.ohshe, .end h andh ntriae U chem rstto enereangro i b
eve o :gs knock-out f8 & Caal oe FaVnoalve Vi'ews of heoter14naions" e States.. area without his gas test ing "
.u~o. u..-.. -,,---Polio PiV llion n .ma ..CA. pSu would haye The communists began violating ,sho Korea, d7" ,urin, T .ei,,a fateedby lRe-equipmoent.a ~,u xmd. etem ~
fatl. ., onaabl ro Alr ss.... ...atac.........o.r. Gr-d. -.- e- of th.-e l omend.efreal
Th i aTapidlyppiii In mplv- aFrtheseosdementspalmostam.-thP.ete rea e atodbeosub-eo153.
volume Of _z1_,df Wan~ s F inl'sover' ndcon'mun", U. S- j f I S lidTh tngthreare are lnst be a Muu- mnal oprt te lS ov to .AeruUe na die n

nt^S S89206^01" .^^as ed--e^

jror .35 theda de eConD observed **It iseasier to split the __ war3Sa Its under rotection ~---- Accordn to that Act, the em- i|f| |f ~ '
ress e w~il t n cure the common of Pvl.cted States. on an d"oy=s mus Uean the Canal Co. e I
ofteussI_ 1 -a ,5 h vradroutes ImCen- this country Woudd not resort to several nations will dels ex- erPodn wih aes eierdinlga irltosrae

vlewn ginee ng s er ii 5" A review of alM thexca tmuse now itary forcetohltthe majority of Otuc er reports deves c r b ed a o J n. to represent them in the suit. r Ui

andei ive baneh te0v pending before the Federal Em- these who all received r.8. rate mounting buildup of Communist r assignments have been re-.
ernm ea lut~ ering future c* But, he said great progresa.Is players Veterans' Association in of pay from $1.06 to 2.42 per natry, air anddartillery strength h an aceved from ten of the 11 Injured
stains. beL g aId e by se o" he Canl ne o the vnd hon. along the invasion cost opposite employee (one of them. ry .
This pubc Intrest I sInspiredhveonr been e obtiottsr ti. fo for totnow night's meeg to Orta wi be ready for retire- Formosa. r H Bl f oFreeman is stI oft duty In the rsPente nLt
bins2rnt ao uced y I l h" .eaotheDiabl Hewleto ment in t.rea d.Car. This poulcy Meanwhileo a w Chinese newspa pe ilgrmage is scheduled to. to his knowledge. te f

port stron ^Ei^ rS~ th hydrogen bomb." Bervice Center beginning at ?:SO. of the Panaea Canal Company- hern continued to speculate about s'-W WJvUl survivors. AS SS2
uet brl-]eaa ONDON, Mrh 14 Eltct io n of a member to the Canal Zon memberme of the U.S. Com mdetabuils of the joint U. S.- sTOCHOLM Mrch 14 (UP) A Canal spokesman said todayersEE l
an but o rtaton rf and motor sand of She. military Local Nationalist command wce h h- A Sweden has expelled the m- they anticipated receive, .

enwll be held at the meeting to re-O Rate Rolls AF a matter that the Snerican leaders have promised to Itary attache of Communist "go ahead" from all very .
ows and Representative Clarke of cilin. place worlaonu Heath who h ms n. E s gon to Investigate set up on Formosa. Czechoslovakia in a move that In Ilwts eresiu-bel, the Cara ovasw
s Tex" for the cre, r suited his resignation to the thoroughly continues. The China Evenin News said coded with a crackdown on a carge hat te fire and b- a
Tmothefan leovacineto Oprevent polo whe )The hums R .dsSs I. ussidnbut F Rdm Alred PGen .then mhor ana Plarinaefeeturn inglo- e epe brbstrtor t e eotw
tiOn a Is Trsn1.'sh wo.ulSd reiewhe died, the L on do n SundayWhicpe sumablycouldd beore-' W FT biters new In north bomo o.n queedatahaai, Le ChenY._as war.dsz bWoeuni_ o-Ieor the DitrctCortontw aesmetnOf. e
commissoon Wkn,, nvwricu,,.n-wGraphicc" saidryesterday. a0st0d-beforesthehcanalcould Koreain-violsdan dto d "or"e w. .ee were given unl th Apri ll
I- plyef nowm nfoit le ntr u takenal et of opwaing ..omr.Athe e retheainoreside th "ai esidnt 12toeie te answer. The oen-

'L ....0 b eeA co ll bred wuld s ave a While the Reds have been rio Comamunist con uest of the las t.uiMed .oranCoeuns, o yfi eAt o r e ys
enlarged new cn. The newsar whh I Pnter- a tmno coordinated thed ai d latmison thand established Southe Premainext month, was declared person non grata d by the Ben t ad ne ta rwrth*

soretS0 Uri thret )-A puPpoes of the organization wlIdet's Committe on Government U tS. Mrine Bgro ldse Alan by the Swedish government. The gence o( the ship's agruan sa "
Sted vie wedFleminag shortly .bfore be aulemnted bythe formation of Empd Naloyment Policy. Ehay also is on ormosa, and Swedish foreign ministry decln- tPl. A Smo. .
neotition of enw U he died this weequote im a transport' auxiary will be on tion Ntnalist newspapers reported ed comment, but a Czech le- The ship's employee fa ple
Stt .nmst sre y saying a he t h- thead agendsettle. Eachd government agency in souy retired Gens Jsme Ai Vda t .on spokesman said n emec left ot check the rate and qusatityl tl-a .- -
b r r toarolarions r rwf o eoe recently summoneex cu v lroerAll ed wr kerd the l opport .nrde o p re nt.the fPa l Canal

t fn A Usserious work on new.svac.cines, Army commanders tKore hwisi ead- .theprzechs nor the an. C. I conteo n
tA l"We must prevent po lino areoe1 etheCareFd.rrHebltdtr te nerftr. 8e ewuds wh l .i gv al' orderstoprve
.ehpsei zoneludth e ,, eit W quarter to plan seizure ofaa the The pplpor image conemm ittees ompnyolow f 1P
of -'- t tf n- -r"t.dngbsacr t to t"he Fair emn as msea to effective t r isla ds of Quemoy antd headed by of 1 nance Minister AS- u n soni ta tube in the en-r*et
,-- ,- f caun. expe,. r en an. ai ng Feb.19. rder IMtua a probable prelude to fren o Alemin, ha selected Oil ad -sem.loy veae annwas oul aL
"m ~lrad ...." --,O,-D- ",--"latson of ,childr-en ag~ainstpolio, attack on Fcimosa. .... .. on,,ado Garrido. chi ef ofethelbeefit om ny sideab.lyr Wall /.
he_. he said, ,Iblije v nat Isth ne w Thed sourcessaidChenbn h Depa r bentefi Physical Ed ase w oultbe enitlaed -to

^WjSS&SS^S~iJa SWJfSJK"1 .Or' tle l& loca rthe loa to the Maweto of. FKAO S! yBl.3 S^ ^a^Sa~e deftectie leaifd, peaJ btJiMMf
rttled of 1Panmr, [ .ats." Deoa n s F h il u

r S, firstteoptowards14 onqbee. ao in. Ih ee ,S eadof tahe Redeotiordelivertwt they ungeyrl tat wtoa tna
and_.w we.. "..l_.,i iL a for"iberation Ofthe-' .; e pm n
the Uaw Senate ._ --.b The newspaper said Femng F ormosa. w .... ..... de--,ite repeated -T e ...s a Compr htensation Actm ta, s-
'a dee.COD-osurved-'ItISeasier tosplitlthe.i uAccording to that Act, the er-.

a "totod oe- warnings itperH isunderproh vy ate c 4ef musd Assignnd te C an a C O.
l e~es) wuln-g JA.'_ta cure ,.the common -oefew the ... ..It... .. .. .ate,,,s.
X-Latmen aithantoeu W C zneh Cmmunist tno repms~ ent hm nthe0suit 80=mmsm.
an d uvi _,h,, heo. i p endng beforethe FederalEm-ithese whroallreeived U.S .rate mounting buipof Communist n a ,, .[far "'mens nhavetbeen ro- nil
c.ram c,,WA,,D .fue But he Saidlreat p rogress-Ve t ns' Asociation] of pay from $1.0 5to' $*.4 per nluantry, air and- artilery strength -I--l-l- i Attach eelved from ton of the 11 Injured "(Fia
mial. I J__,, ..being MadebySe nc e...- Thee r he syal Zone is_ on the 4ends, hour. along the invasion coast opposite sms] s~ o employes (one of themHill C .... .. .,-
m~mm,_ pmu .81 ,,-co- has neer,,been a better timeor for tomorrow night's mee"Zir to1 Ortizwill be reeldy for retire- Formosa. .. reeman in st off duty In the ,.
iee j lll;N ........II~EMI In lH~l )H | wl b he D iatbh mel S o 1-/ael Rolmentin thrtears.This pol micy M eanwie.sChine trmsednewspaper s ttache f m Un.tS.,)aned"from athreerOf thorl.e
bot I r- Service Ce WllhntI er Ath1:30.of he aai0a .,V. 8 l C ompany-ertpe:e ntiU nuFormo speua.te ~dvla n&moeal InIsurv-ivtorslt' ''r "%,
I t~o at, fit sElec on wt dw na w,,,Lu a ~ .. J LlJ~so itiednhi.fsan ion rto the thoaualy,-Zxon ovenminue.iTe(hs ~gN.ssi ie hacrac|chh4(P)' anarg oesmta h iean SWtdayb ,;,,, ",
.. "h" ." I o eos uaz~~e o f e ep0 0 the etais o y, jont .Y.-TesoT WUXHmOy y ,M -&-,
bwill be .bald ap., to ..d th :, meetig --ore ,ate olls, U a mtterdtatthe meri- ,.. _me.der .. ..h:ve plromse t..ay tta rshaonf nommu_/ nit"oAed from f allvey.nso r ,, ,t0 ,
4 T--- w" ..arly, ,l af, 1: _,i__ o ,. Heah wo has iIs llt_,oin vestiat st -p an' Form"osa. Czf r.:o% glovakla In'- mov tha, in "t" s-,i"e.. theC,
th D:-"- mu. .W ..f. s ubmtedhs r. /esignation to th porou en H" on tiue. The ChinaEvnigoews-a- s aideco-n-] e d win th a cackdonle-a."care @ m th.e_ f....eAand sub-.
th. M pot'omn4-ndee. On ae n.mL enPres idnt Vicy e Amlred en M.. Pies wovaj orspy rngItmasndsamv mc tltosed hequet0 rat d nUm aboard the_
u. l Thr e .mlatstation ireportiousth se d Ee cut iv e Or er 0u0t eve s Eliet, sland:rtoday. wor ed entodty. y.ofth was-caused ol fely byom t .r
". Aw. &--= .]I _L__ Mt=.. cam n ,w bei.g hnled by ordr.ill. dg the air smplo-yame s, utfialdetis of a joint_ om- Auth,_ oritaetivesuc~es ai he -noar. e c minizae le san f t, ra--
.,.l ansto e virdinpt heam s n d m iniona nd T es ytablshe te res- .ext month. w ,,,asdeclred pe sona non M) a sondbytinglue i e A nd
MOSCOW the f; J_0Aprposesof thCvf e ogniztion will ldesommteeo Gvrnet .s.hearinbe Brig.sf.Ge n. ln yte Swedishingtvernmet .Tew.gdnys o h h g
a to" U" a cm be, miid, adw hefr inatioJn. ofEmployment.Policy Ehap.e,,alsois on Fmosa, and wedish .....gnminitr.... ....upe
_.='3._~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~Zc ,g. ,,,. ...C, I_.._mruk m h odit oto ovr ]getagec i eirdGn ,., ;."James, A- Va----,--- spokesmansaid,,mec.let toerat thie t raoftshenfueling ...t. .
bo Mr .. Me frtWlb ear oa report n the amalauewt tiseescuptive M of.the ntkeof uln. m h
:,,t.6 cam o madriKoewlvii Nete th Czcsnr he anistC o b
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c iT cWASHINGTON Irrepressible
IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN Jimmip Petri'lo neyer leaves the
While House without trying to sign
lip at least one new union mem-
SA I ber. This time-having been sue.
S\ cessful with a former tenant by
'-the name of Harry Truman -
Jimmie tried to get Mamie El-
The Mail Box is on open forum tor readers of The Panama American. senhower on the dotted line.
tters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confidential Last Frida, Petrillo sat with
Winner. President Eisenhower discussing
If yoe contribute a letter don't be impatient if it doesn't appear the the possibilities of launching a
at day. Letters are published in the order received. United Nations symphony orches-
SPlease try to keep the letters limited to one page length, tra ani cutting the 20 per cent
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. theatre and night club amusement
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions tax. Then Jimmie asked the Pres.
Sin lbtears from readers. iient whether it was true that the
0 -F first Lady played the organ. Mr.
WHO'S NEXT? Eisenhower Lonfirmed the family
*"Well," grinned Petrillo, "she
I It appears that the AFL delegation now on the Isthmus sur- ought to be a member of my un-
W ,ying local conditions are getting the VP treatment up on the ion, the American federation of
'ill." That is, the usual wine them and dine them then give musicians."
tiem a big send-off. Ike returned the grin, protest-
4 According to James A. Brounlow. president of the Metal ing that she really "was not that
Shades Department Canal Zonians are better off than in 1953 good."
tue to possible pay raises in the near future. That sounds good I "Heck," Jimmy replied, "that
l uvlding our U. S. Rate positions don't become locality rate ones wouldn'. keep out Mrs. Elsenhow-
is has happened to ten U. S. veteran truckdrlvers recently. er. You should have heard phe
In a letter received bt one of these truckdrivers from Mr. T'ruman-Petrillo duet. We weren't
doolan of the Panama Canal Company, one of the paragraphs that good either."
tierein reads as follows: Mrs Eisenhower didn't sign up
"A re-examination o01 positions and the determination but Mr. Eisenhower did promise
that they fall within the category of occupations which can to look carefully into Jimmie's
*be filled readily through locality sources and thus are corn- suggestions for creating more Jobs
pensable at locality rates." for musician. That seemed to set
Since the above reason was given for the change from U. S. the tone for the next few days in
Itate to locality rate of pay, then the mjoarity of the U. S Rate the White HoJse forat 10:15I AM.
Isitlona tall within such category. There Is a large waiting list the fol)w" ng, Monday the Pre
S*the Panama Canal Co. Central Labor Office for various posi- dent's private office door opened
a. i sand in came Labor Secretary
# Through the mediWn of advertising for additional help (local- James Mitchell and seven top
4y rate) the waiting list could become tremendous due to the AFL-CIO office heav at that mols.
.n nmeof unemployed in Panama History hung heavy at that mo-
number of unemployed In Panama. sent, for they were the trade un-
Who will be next after the truckdrivers to be changed? Will Aent, for thew needlthe trade an-
I be the typists, policemen, stenographers, machinists, clerks, chiefs and ,O ^counsel Art Gold.
4?penters, storekeepers, plumbers, etc.? berg labor' Bernard Baruch,
I. N M. Wunderin berg, labor's Bernard Baruch,
______- I. M. Under younger and without a park bench,
of course. For all but one of the
labor men it was the first time
Answer to Previous Puzzle they were in the White House in.
Versatile ner office since Harry Truman
packed his papers and cartoons
S' N nd moved west.
ACROSS 8 Indonesian | These men had helped launch
a" V-t of Mlndana'o S i the New Deal. They had helped
eeainr 4 Legl points elect Harry Truman as Franklin
S Morgn Sharp IF RooseVelt's partner. There were
I M Hs a n- 6 Concluded the hatters' Alex Rose, the ladies
mus.ia I 1 Sparkles garment workers' Dave Dubinsky,
Mind of sail 8 Electrified the amalgamated clothing work?
c oe -particleV ers' Jnck Potofsky, and Frank
S A to 9 Merriment Rosenblum, and the textile work-
on 10 Diadems ers' Emil Rieve and Bill Pollack.
t Ppngd 11 Landed 31 Scoffers 43 Make into law They sat with the first Republican
SNative property 34 Expunger 45 Transparent ever to defeat their presidential
I Three-toed 12 Opines 36 Female substance candidate since they swung into,
Sloth 19 Turf relative 48 Large plant major politics.
SI Promontory 22 Italian river 37 Female saint 51 Shoshonean
Male sheep 238 Printing (ab.) Indian It was strictly business, but
I Back of mistakes 39 Preposition 52 Threefold there was no uneasiness. Presi-
the neck 25 Lariats 40 Scottish (comb. form) dent Eisenhower listened, unlike
Period 27Granular snow monk 54 Male his predecessors, who would get
I Stt .29 Calf meat .41Chalcedony 55 Onager ff story after story. Ike did reabuti
2S&- nisee for a few minutes about

r rtops
IThose who
SVerb forms

I -A quick-change artist with a dual personality Is
Jaul, who came to this country from Lithuania when
I K. In the mornia, Janulis, left, operates an elevator in
SLAp0 area. In ohe afternoon he serves as president of
I- Od ~tn 'company .whllic has assets of $11,000,00o.


rpe re In advising their isdtia Ished
M t ke fl e,14th of Marc 195i their

(Eitrnce to 9 iW A fW) In
i W dtd PsiMML .

= a M A 4 A~ d

cioS7 ithe Rhin~ during the last
grim days of the war.
Secretary of State John Foster
Dullei was outside waiting to dis-
cuss new grimness in the Far
East with the President. So the
talk turned swiftly to the labor
leaders' mission. They wanted Mr.
Eisenhower to support their drive
to increase the nation's legal mini-
mum wage from 75 cents an hour
to $1.25.
As the President listened, dead-
pan and seriously, Dubinsky open-
ed the talk by referring to his
union's prize-winning m o v i e,
"With These Hands," now being
used abroad by the State Dept.
"In the m.vie, Mr. President,'
Dubinsky said, "we have a col-
lective bargair.ig scene. We point
out that collective bargaining is
for some to come down a little
and for the others to come up a
little. Give a little, take a little.
That's what we want-we'd like
you to come up a little (over the
administration's proposal for a 90
cents an hour minimum wage)."
Every one poke. Art Goldberg
pointed out that the unions were
not warring on the south, but on
certain areas and businesses. He
said that the south's auto, steel
and rubber industries ifratched
northern wages.
The needle trades leaders then
said they wanted to help the un-
ionized manufacturers p r o t e c t
themselves against lower wage
President Eisenhower then re-
flected, moro succinctly than I've
hver seen or heard before, his
own philosophy.
He said that he did not believe
that the government should be in
business, or that the government
shouLd make decisions tor
But, he said, he never wanted
ito se the clock taun back on
wage t-or anythn elhe. He had
given seriout consideration to the
government', proposal for a 90-
cent-an-hour minimum. He said he
did not wan to risk inflation or
the minimizing of the dollar value.
He promise the union officials
that he would ask Labor Secre-.
tary MitLche.l and others to -study
their pioposalb very seriously.
As mtne laboi people started for
the door, Mitehel turned and said,
*This, Mr. President, is the first
result of the AFL-CIO merger. It
is th2 first joint AFL-CIO meeting
and venture since labor decided
U, get into one big federation."
The President waved goodby to
the men of the political opposi-
tion. Thus closed thi vigaette of
American democracy in action.


The strategy is quite simple. I
would adopt exactly *the ame tee*.
tics as the Chinese, Indians, and
other Orientals use against us when
they have found themselves in a
tight spot. I would use the boycott.
There are other named for this
strategy. The Indians call It pas-
ulve resistance. Westerners some-
rimes call it a blockade. But it
all am.,unts to the same thing-
refusipn to have any dealings, busi.
ness, economic political, or other.
wise .with a high-handed or ag-
glessor nation
The indiaus used this strategy
against the British and eventually
won their Independence. Mahatma
Gandhi at whose home I visited
many years ago, was a past mas-
ter of *'is te.hnlque. So was Prime
Minister Nehru, who studied under
him. Nehru, who is critical of our
Formosan policy, could not legi-
timately complain if we applied
his own technique against the Chin-
ese Reds.

.,Th Chinese Communists nave
also employed this strategy with
great success In 1925, I was in
anton when that city was con-
U Strolled by the first wave of Corn.m-
Pr kl In aslhim fton~l munists to agitate China. Their
leader was then none other than
o Chang Kai-shek, the rather un-
WASHINGTON--(NEA)- A cur- Sen. William Langer (R., N. Referring to Bass, Thompson de today At that time whiang was lean
ious relationship between U. S. Sec. Dak.) challenged Sen. Prescott flares: "He said this morning it command of the Whampo Cadets
retary of State John Foster IDulles Bush (R., Conn.) to name one sen.- Would be mposslble for anyone south of Canton on the Pearl River,
and U. S. Ambassador to the Unit. tor "who gets up at four o'clock down here to eer get ,hungry or and Comrade Mikhail Markovich
ed Nations Hary Cabot Lodge has in the morning and milks half a thirsty. He mrant that he. has been Borodin was sent direct from Mos.
come to light indirectly. dozen cows." This was during de- able to accept every dinner, cock- cow to train these cadets.
Ambassador Lodge has been havy- bate over the congressional pay tail, luncheon, and breakfast-invi- But though Chinag sent threats
ing a tough time with American ralif bill. -tation tendered to him so far." to American-shipping not to come
correspondents assigned to UN Bush, who opposed the meas- --- up the PearlRiver past his fort,
headquarters in New York. About ure, said he thought Sen, Harryl Captain Eddie V. Rickenbacker, those threats were as empty as
30 of them threw a Dutch ireat F. Byrd (D., Va.) might fill the. boafd chairman of Eastern Air the threats hl, makes against the
dinner fhr hlm not long ago, to bill-as a farmer. Lines, has been serving as a mem- Reds today.
find out what the score was. Right "I should like to advise the sena- ber of Gen. Mark Clark's special
around the table, the reporters tor from North Dakota," chimed White House. task force investigate hat was effective, however, and
complabied .that the Ambassador in Sen. Wayne Morse (D., Ore.) ing Central Intelligence Agency deadly effective, was the boycott
wa unooopoative, woutild not see "that L am-looking for some cheap operations. Recently General ark which Chea's Communist corn-
them as often as they thought he labor on Saturdays. He can come decided to send subcommittee rades in Canton enforced against
should, and would not give out out to my f.rm and work for me."I abroad to check up on CIA over- the Ainerican-British-Internatonal
statements 'on: American policy as Cracked Senator Bush, "Then I seas, He asked his colleague to Community of Shameen, an island
new issues arose. give the. senator from North Dako- say whether they prefer Atlan- adjacent to Canton.
tao te senator from Oregon." tic or Pacifl anise .
In short, the reporters said they Sbfing ground Langer then .... No Chinese servants, no food, no
were forced to go to the heads of asked Bush if he knew of a sena. Captain R ekbacker iIn tvater was permitted on the is-
ther W taIns f to r tor w La L-dmanasland. Business came to an abso-

from the9 M-1e We U.S. mission.
After considerable of a go-around
on this, ,Ambassador Lodge
revealed hat on many policy de.
cisions he could not get quick an-
swers. He had taken the UN job,
he explained With the understand-
ing that he was to have full respon-
sibility for it. He was not to be
subject to State Department di-
rection. He would d report directly
to the President..
This confirmed reports prevalent
when Lodge first took the job. At
that time he indicated that he
would not take directives from
John D. Hickerson, then assistant
secretary of state for UN affairs.

aI. a numuiiEn wou,, I MU
stand, has represented and rei
gen's labor unions, and I assrmeM
that he himself is a union mem-
ber," answered Bush. His refer.
ence was to Sen. Patrick V. Mc.
Namara (D., Mich.) who has been
unpaid president of a pipefitters'
local for 20 years, but whose real
job is vice-president of an engi-
neering firm.
Rep. Ross Bass (D., Tenn.) has
been dubbed the "S4cial Lion"
among new members of the 84th
congress, according to Rep. Frank
S. Thompson. Jr., (D., N. J.) an-
other freshman member.

When Rep-esentative J ame e
Roosevelt (D., Calif.) delivered hi.
maiden speech in congress, he
spoke at the very end of the day's
session. But because his effort was
not publicized, his audience was
small. At one time, only the Speak-
er and Rep. T. James Tumulty
(D., N. J.) were on the floor.
Four-hundred-pound Tumulty In.
terrupted Roosevelt at one point
to observe, "Don't worry, Jimmy.
You have the biggest audience you
could get from the entire con-

Walter Winchell In New York

PORTRAIT OF A COLUMNIST'S Gambling (or WORadio) on his fitted. That's more than the fake
RAISED EYEBROWS 30th anny. We regret not being uranium and fly-by-night promot-
able ,to attend the celebration. Too ers can say. I think you have
"Dear Mr. Winchell," writes busy in.another free-for-all added a real added attraction t9
H.P. Lauritzcn (of Canton, Oilo Russell Ellis' memo: "Advise the your reporting."
and an associate member of the Senators that Wall Street got its --
N.Y. Stock Exchange) "unless the name because a lot of stock can From yesterday's headlines:
press accounts of the Fulbright be used for wall paper." t "Fulbright's Call For Contract
hearings, as they pertain to you, Data Is Followed By Stock Loss
are too garbled to mean anything, / Love-Letter from an executive Of Up to 6 Points. Volume Lowest
the whole business seems rather of A.M. Kidder & Co. (Miami): This Month. 975 'Issues Lose
silly. The fact is simply that you "Ask your Senate and Wall Street Ground."
have a tremendous following, critics to ask Under-Secy of the
When you mention a company fa- U.S. Treasury W. Randolph Bur- New Yorkers must have en-
vorably or give some information gess why the Government's 3%4 joyed the Sabbath Times photo of
that might enhance the value of (78-'3) Bonds that came out at the thighful eyeful chorines re-
the shares, a whole flood of orders $100 (par) two years ago, subse. hearing for uAnkles Aweighl"
come into brokers all over the quently declined to 98. And then (Shape Aoy I) ... Suested so-
country Monday morning, shot up to 112 and now are back lution te the troubles of20th Cen-
"Unfortunately, these orders are down to 1069. All this in two tury-Fox and MGM: How about an
generallyy at the m ket.' There years Why such gyrations in U.S. even-trade?- Marilyn Monroe for
s not much for sale a or near the Gov't securities? Your Information Grace Kelly?. ... Gags & Gals,
previous Friday's close.. n order to has been a hell of a lot better Inc., is a favorite on the Broadway
fil the orders the board of gover- than most of the Questionmarks market. A half-dozen musidealt are
nors often have to set the price or I've rtad in brokerage offices and ote ... Time mag's accurate es-
the specialists would have to reach newspapers irom various services. timate of Esther Williams' film
%iay up, to the detriment of the Don't let them get you down." splashes: "They are generally just

orders last in Then In me ollow-
ing days the stock should logi-
:aily go down somewhat, as buy-
ers and sellers are ag n evenly
"It seems to me that this is no
matter for concern to Senators.
Stock Exchange Presidents or fl.
nan.ial write s. but something en
tirely between you and your fol.
lowers. You obviously d not want
to hurt thg opI wa dt ont
your latorateao, but Wish
to give them facts t = which'
iney can benefit."
Thanks. what c Ad a t e
this: ie .aa jr target
why Wamn't t letpl ..rm WWith
ness? M.
Insiders hear the revised Jelke
Vice e edtw

Some of the dialog in the up-
coming movie version of "I Am A
Camera" makes "The Moon Is
Blue" sound like a nursery rhyme
... Tempus Fugits Dept: Orson
Welles is n only one scene in
"Moby Dick,' the next John Hus-
ton film. Probably steals the pic-
ture .. The mag exposes o1 sin in
show bi t recall Billv Bka's sage
comment: '"Sin in the tqt* e is
like education at co .geTir aIs
plenty of it, but not so lJy peo-
ple take advantage of it ft are ex-
tos t .o it .
a Hld H. BsO" 0d
(NmY.) aays he ug
Gdleanuth) sld 60 50 the
cla*ic arrested h t to
wit: "Twon a neck anr. ast
tbat laIMM t -,

so much water over the dame"...
February's 1-7 box office leaders
wer- "Bridges at Toko-ri" and
"Battle Cry."' Both feature war
sagas The dialog in the Brit
ish mavie, "Doctor in the House,"
is not for the kiddies. A pretty
nurse is described as "a succulent
starched uniform with a soft eam-
ter." (Rahlly, old chap?) ..
"Has anyone called it Carmai
Hall?" asks a reader ... Yes. I
did often.
From Davik- Lawrence's W h
ington column: "Right to 'Pick
the Winner' seen under SMftta at-
tack. Some one is alwaystlkig
the joy out of life-a 1 d W it's
thoe members at -
vodd abols t# Pt1
andthe custom if
Oneos1 in tt ia lsof

5 .

I htpahec q wtth h a w.i-mow-
cr. T Americ consul swept out
lils owa office. I used o see the
Italian consul, majestically beard.
ed, hauling groceries from the in-

item of the week is M. Zolotow's
comment in a mag: "I feel sure
that Truman Capote knows very
little about prostitutes" ... The
film, "Blacboard Jungle" is
headed for hoorays, according to
previewers. Several "forthcoming
cinemas deal with a similar theme:
Teen-age barbarians ... Elizabeth
Taylor hates to wear shoes, you
may be astounded to learn ..
Skewp: Stripteaser Lill St. Cyr's
real name is Marie van Schaack
... We tried to give the people
confidence in the stock market
(and apparently we did for many)
but the Senate Inquiry is now
blamed for Wall Street's big dives
Monday and Tuesday. They've
stared investors.

The individual responsible f or
the most Impressive contribution
to Movievllein recent years, is
not a star or producer. He is the
Frencn inventor who developed
ClnemaScope. (Quick! What's his
name? ... The Senate market
probers make reckless charges
about this fact-giver--thea refuse
to add: "What've you got to say
for yourself?" ... Now that they
are investigating this reporter's
Wail Street news (which a stock
exchange top authority testified
was true) would they mind inves-
tigating the deniers?

thals understand, and It's e oo
ish on our part not to haveapudi
IL long ago-in the form of aval
blockade. I
Naturally there hai been tat
oft a bockadt in the past, but there
have been two ania rseao why
it hasn't been ad t
L The proposal e comeAoram
military men, notably Adam.Ar.
thur Radford, which has
the wits out of our friends aSSal.
lies. A boycott or blockade is mbre
a political than a military oena.
lion, and military men shouWld i
.uttin their feet in their noutIs.
2. British businessmen udtM
British government have
head of peace. They have Imistd
on poking trade holes in the am,.
boo Curtain. Other European
nesstnen, especially the Greeks,
have joined in the Chinese trade*
but the British have been the
worst offenders.
However, the fact remain that
Red China is fairly easy to boycott.
ror China is by no means self.
austaninog and could not posiuh
subsist during a long perod with
outside goods shut off.
- All the United States has to do
is keep the U.S. Navy off the China
coast and world trade th China
could come to a dead stop. The
trickle of goose coning across the
Trans-Siberian Railway could, not
maintain the Chinese Army.; The
boycott-blockade would be-easier
i: other nations participated; and
with proper diplomacy at the Unit.-
ed Nations thil might be arranged.
However, It could also be main.
tained by, the U.S. Navy without
any outside help.
Actually, even Chiang Kal-shek's
moth-eaten fleet was able to atop
and down the Formoao Straits.

The strategy of a naval beiksde.
boycott of the China coast was,
first proposed in 1936 by Adm. Wl.
liam Leahy top naval adviser to
Roosevelt. Leahy was not a loud-
talking admiral who tried to dom.
i/ate the civilian branches of gov-
ernment.-Unlike certain admirals
today, he did not make speeches.
He gave advice only to his con
Leahy at that time urged, and
Roosevelt for a time accepted, the
strategy of a naval blockade of
Japan and that part of the China
coast occupied by Japan, in order
S onpte ar mo .

Rstratei was pubbed byBa-
ner Weles, then undersecretary oe
atte; frowned on by Cordell Hull,
the secletay of state; Wan finally
sabotaged by certain ceer dtpo.
mats and timid politicians. That,
however. is another story, Per-
haps it can be told later.
The basic fact Is that a blockade
boycott of the China coast today
would be even easier than a block.
ade of Japan in 190, beeaise' Ja-
pan had the third largest leetin *
the world. Red China today has no
fleet. -
And though the Red Chinese rat.
tde their swords and talk about war
when the word "blockade" is men.
toned, the feit is that they can't
fight against a blockade. Bhips
lying off the coast aren't easy to
hit, and it cakes a modern navy
plus a strong air force to come to
grips with them. It's just about, as
difficult as .it was for the Britli
to come to grips with passive re
distance in India. ,
For the boycott -is an Oriental
arm that really works. The chief
trouble is that our China lobby hai
been too busy trying to get us Into
war to let the country realize bow
we could win a great victory with-
out getting into war.
CHARDON, 0. (UP) Near.
by Newbury's Volunteer Fir
Department,recently set up a one.
man publicity department. His
name Is Ivan Blaze.




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Ai. .. Blamed For Peress Cose Row

WASINGSTtON, M9.lrch hi r
WASHINGTGN, March 14 (UP) The Army said It wanted him
WAB.INGTON, March 1 (UP) Houng and IHo te Finance Age sel, but would presumably be- he belie A rmyed wta to ttw bet
--The Hoover Comnjulo, sa rid brought under the govern- come pParet in the event of a tape ann aimioiLy wim as McC2rthy's demands for dis-
yesterday many of the gverl- ment corporatlli control act. period of deflation or general ec -ne only real vinains ox too ceie- closure of the persons responatoe
meant lendin Indrinsuring ago a te E t cre Iorate s ere aa y ase. went unanswered for months. An;
ties tfher should be liquidated orPart-mport Auk be restricted a i The commission recommended New public hearings begin to- ultimate list of 62 names Issued
forced to pay their own way un-.1 making long-tom export 1 oI a as the President be authorized to m rrow an the queuon iWlO by the Arm failed tosatisfy the
der the private enterprise system. for development of foreign re- crease down paymerAs on t-mt-as responsible for the promotion pubeommittee and Moelsan e -
It said the recommended pro- sources and that c h a n g esa be gages insured by the F4A and and honorahla discharge oI aor. tided to reopen the case.
ram wud ;cover $#,3,00, 0 ade in the ferm price supportoethat banks eking the loins be r erMaj. rv g erexs. Mundt Mundt predicted the new hear-
ar the U. 8 Trea Urg r m to cut down the cost to e to share more of t h aid tey are e to outgsclose Joe McCarthy
disclosure of hidden subsidies, it the government. wat was wrong, rather anWho as kinoaeroor sticking his
reported federal loans, guaran- The repot of predicted an ul- It said' the Farmers Ad-I was wrong." finger into hit hornets' nest where era
t s and gages no ttAI n dollar .ral sar ngby ng administration, which helps family The'hearings will be conducted nobody else dared." dv
agencies to asy their administra- izle farm units, should screen .3 by. tae senate permanent mvesu- Ho F:
The 12 man commission said live expense by increasing inter- applicants mo re 'carefully an gating subomite, weahnea e at i r
lending or guaranteeing loans 'ls9 est rates to boxrowers. It said.the cov e .argin stres uffcen t Dy ben. John L McCelan thefirst became aware Peress, a dn- ithat
a function waich the governmrrA Treasury would recover another to cover aufmostraive costs. -k)istbecme w ar e e -
ould udertke oy when pir.- 97,751000 from liquidation of It also urged itht authority of e took over this year from st ru o a une
..... d-A e nywig man H ome F uance e osep. it Mcarny ( form stating he wasnota Com- clain
vate enterprise cannot or win noty certain .agencies. t r""a "YdH "mmunist..eFIa .c ,en
perform the function,' and than on. In recommending tbe 'REA b .:gency to tend money for puolic *,is.), wa- called 1.eress a -Futni
ly in furtherance of ajustifflbleL'reorganized on, a self-supporting works, except as they involve .Amendment Communist." mEven atr Army officials be. itUiw
governmental purpose." basis, the ".omMiSSIOn said 92.3: iubic _hou ig projects, be re- 'le sewiilaianay ue a replay, came aware of Pere.s;_atituoe, was
The camm;ssion. headed by for-.per cent of all farms were elec. pealed. in part, of-Iast year's bitter A Mundtrsaid, they timidly, passed mic
her aue "oon, e.will sb- trifled as of last June 30S. The a- It made no recommend t i o an y-ittaty s the buck' and did not act prompt- that
mer tr's oefl e HooverWil waesubd t w"l "ld tnyT wm
f it s r t ra .. s "d, owed the govern ith react to the broad policy wieses scmeauled to testy wi ly. will c
it is b on tto r se. onsierae li.t fen 0 e1 0e0. i of f arm'price support. But it'did icjiue AroMy ovremamy ,vobel;peua
It is bouo n tt raise onsiderablemetr ,o ,lon s e r .Itscanhs w l rt .Ct bm, l
controversy. M .n of lmit tpoposi 3 changes in the methods 'x. evens, retiring Army aCoun. Rn i m Mfass mol
mendstion, would have a direct iThe time has arrived, or the followed by the Commodity Cred. selor tJoan C. Aua"5, and ten. pere Mol
effect on programs y in v o g reorganization of ithe Rural Elec- t Cor. in supporting crops. itaiph Sicker, e eress' corn- A requiem mass will be said at ihei
housing farmers rd small bu tflation Admistation into a I The commission proposed them mg oucer at Cain. 1 lme, St. Paul's Church Wednesday at The
ness.a se l-sutpp b orting institution secur-n ICCC merely make crop purchase i\.o. P. 6.basm., for the repose of the soul im
Re Che t' Holifleld (DCa f.), ing its own fince from private idgreelaofnts pegged to sup p o r t Mundt told reporters "the situa- of the, late rs. Cristnoa Thom- niu
a commission member, said the sources ina a mnner similar to levels. It said individual farmers ton wuil de m contused with bur- as who died here last weei. allo
proposals pointt in the direction that of other agencies," it said. e could borrow from private eaucrauc red tape and buck-pas- In
of tighter agricultural credit, a The commission indicated a be. sources up to the limit of the sup- sing nat I don't hn we il'ever A reuliem mass will be held cula
sowng down of housing construc lief-the Sm.l e Buiess ^ Adminis- port commitment. puI our nger on e moivua Trsdav morning at 6 in run
tionn, restrictitn on the rural e- traction no longer Is necessary. I t said lis system would 'r- l faut.. Christ Church by the Sea, Cu- i'la
lectrific "stion ogram and limits- But it recommended it be conti' duce the enormous detail of man- '-_ ,t sure there was a vi'- M-n, or tre repose of the soul of Nau
tions on other direct or indirect inued for twb more years during aging,the ultitude of loans" now their than the fail- Mrs. Louise Rowe, who died sud- divi.
aids provided by the federal gov-i which time "it will have an op- handled by the government, ure of the Defense Department to denly at her home last Weunes- the
ernmet" portunity to demonstrate its use- The commission also said the e auw the pub .day
The co, nissiaon recommended fulness to small business on sound Federal Crop Insurance Co r p., ._ as wrng," the sai day. ct
liquidation of programs involving business principles. ",hich insure. wheat, corn, cotton, Peress became an- issue when RUBBER' CAR As
12 produce c redi it corporations, As for the Federl Housing ad. tobacco, flax. dry edible beans, e refused o tell McC a r t h y AKRON, 0 UP)- Rubbern...
the Agricultural Marketing Act mniistation, the commission said citrus, fruits and several other whether he Was a Commuit. parts are used in more than 260'is n
revolving fund the Federai Farm it "has made a. significant contri- crops, should charge premiums McCarthy d e m a n d e d he be places in the modern car, besides ic i
Mnortgige Corp., and loans for bution in the field of home fi- suf ciant to cover administrative court-martialed. But three days in the tires and radiator hose. Rub- ic i
college 'housing. nancing and has, in large part expenses and losses and to pro- later,, Peress was given an hon. ber cement, is used in about 536 ger
ft said th es agencies w tbeen remsplonlb for the susi*W vioes reserves. lorablL discharge.i places. airp
served their purpose d are no high le l of construction acvi' nam
longer needed. -. in this .tountr. "sFort
It recommended selfw-supporting But, it added,"Serious doubts '.Fo
status for the Federal Housing have been raised concerning'.theSion
Administration, federal interme- adequaer oft hie reserves estabo- Int
date credit hanks, banks for co- lshed to support the expensive mad
operatives, Federal N a t i o n a I guaranteeingf ._ram.".mad
Mortgage Assn., and Rural Elec. It said e A A Insam s $1, pOW7sept
trification Afministration. It said i1,862.000 worth of mortgages edpt
these agencies should be reorgan- with reserves of only $33,8e,-dwhic
ized to assure better management 00. lburk
and merge them-iInto the private "One other possible weaknesses
enterprise system. in the federal housing program isisbe
In the interest of administrative the practice of permitting ex-hs
efficiency and economy, the com- tremely low down payments on
mission, urgcd that the REA, the the purchase of homes; this par- ligh
Small Business Administration, t~cular defect, if in fact'It does oeO
veterans life insurance and the exist, has not yet manifested it- tdat

Spreading Forest Fires Rage gpa

In Georgia, Alabama, Florida tc l


out 1
-a r

SwAYdCi6 dg, ~,ig". "rteh 1t frd y threatened the'towa eot
(U Firefighters plowed a Ft. Mudge and 6raganza along
fire break across the path of a U.S. 1 south of Waycross, but the
raging forest'blaze that threat- danger to the towns was belley-
ened a vast swamp wilderness ed passed.
yesterday and fought a laue The third fire, one which had
of other fires weeping tinder- burned stubbornly last week
dry woods in Georgia, Alabama through remote areas of the
and Floridavast Okefenokee Swamp south of
The Georgia Forestry Serv ce Waycross, -was still burning but
brought a National Guard heli.& was considered under temporary
copter, -five ,planes and 20 trac- control.
tor-plow units into this South- In North Florida fire-fighters
east Georgia area to help con- watched helplessly as a blaze
tai three big fires which have closed in on a second fire line
burned over thousands of acres. after sweeping across 25,000 a
one blaze which had leapedcres of timber s aind mucikland a-
across U.S. Highway No. 1 to-. long the Madison-Taylor County
ward a swampy wilderness was line near Foley, Fla.
believed under control when a This fire burned over an ad-
tractor cleared a path ahead of ditional 5,000 acres bo the time
It by mid afternoon. It reached the second fire line.
But the blazes in, South Geo?- It leaped the area BWrred by the
ia ad North Florida already first fire line Saturday fight.
ad jumped similar lines and The foresters had brought un-
sts of wind up to 20 miles per dr control temporarily a fire
tour whipped flames through which burned over 27,000 acres
tree tops. near' Madison last week, twice
Florida fire control officials Jumping fire lines.
anxiously watched a backfire The extreme dryness plus high
serving as a second line of de- March winds made all the blazes
ense t a huge blaze that likely to jump fire lines which
a already had jumped one back- normally would halt them, the
fire ad burne over more than icials said. this tied down
25,000 acres. DeLeach aad this tied down
Alabama officials reported n-, is fire-fighting crews to watch-
merous outbreaks of small fir la cz trolled and even subdued
in a large tifber area along th lazes when normal tey could
Gulf Coast and called on "eve r sent to newer outbreaks.
citizen" to guard against s Georgla's 8th Coigressional
Ing fires in thecritical area. District In the southeastern part
The situation became critical of the sate had 28 new out-
last weekIn a. vast araofSo breaks Saturday, two of them
last in a vast area of South serious," In addition to the
Alabaiia, Georgia and No re bi ones near Waycross.
Florida where .rainfall has been'roe1big ones tn oross.
below normaldue. th& devastat- 'iet District Just north of
ing drought last devastt- the 8th had 8, 13 of them is still
Director 0oyton DeLeach of turning .
the Georgia Forestry service
took personal command of the .r'mi I 11l
fight against three bad fires In ll 9II VM
the Waycross area.
The raging flames scorched an I| ir PI
estimated 10,000-15,0000 acres 185sa Vii I IO
DeLeach said 150 forest rang.- J A 10 3 t
era of Georgia's la,2-man fire- W All F Drop
fighting crew Joined by several DAGENHAM, England, March
score volunteers concentrated on 14 (UP) Circus trapeze girl
the blazes. Lust Avanti pitched head first
Onie blae which crossed a 2,000 off her high wire under the big
yard gap 15 miles south of here top here yesterday, somersaulte'i
by the four-lane U.S. No. 1, mala in mid-air and landed on her
highway from New York to feet-a 40 foot drop.
pFoira, 'had swept through a The crowd applauded, think-
vast pa ure iad threatened thI Iln&it was a daring stunt while
John's Pend swamp area. clowns carried her from the
Another rdng of the fire was ring.
held bafk.precariou by the The 29-year-old acrobat was
Wayer-torunswe highway hospitalized with back injuries
amter hlI a U.S. seven miles ad broken ankle. The cat-like
south S Waerom and ra Ig aopamult that brought her
e*ast'w a~teer seven umlesK down feet fbxt probably saved
The mO Nro9 for a timee &a-I ]fMe in the accidental fall.

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decision of the Board of Directors, shareholders of SPECIAL ORDI-
NARY STOCK of the Company are hereby informed that the annual
Ordinary General Assembly of the PANAMA BANK & TRUST COM.
at the company's offices, No. T-2-30, "I" Street, Panama City, at 3:00
p.m. on Tuesday, March 29th, 1955 in order to consider the follow.
ing matters:
1.-Report of the Board of Directors.
2.-Presentation of General Statement and Profit and Loss Ac-
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He said the n ''
Investment Woman President thereisno re
Ior 11 i o the special problems
ests of women."
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r0r "Al too many den a fit
WASHINGTON. March 14 (UP) fail to recognize this
-Sen. Richa-d L. Neuberger said added.
a today the time may not be far "
Profit away when the nation has women
t candidates for President or Vice.
President. .
The Oregon Democrat told a
S ,,, meeting of DemocrUtic women in
nearby Virginia that "I think the!
C. T. RICHARDSON, Jr. time will come when people will Fine Funr le
A MA Marh n A r ot think it unusual for a woman Dartin Maltoany,
A A, Marh 14 A read-to run for President or Vice-Pres. amazting
asks, "What are some recent ident." .
elopments in the atomic field Bedrom, Dnlna
interest to investors?" "If a woman can ably serve as L. ii
Sstrictly a layma's oint a senator, why shouldn't a corn
iew, I c'tn cite afew e~e~,~ iiiwoman lawyer be appoin-ul tonasrubyuMobef *
see to me of importance to to the Supreme. Court" he asked. IC 4
stores but this list makes no 'Greater participation in public Sete fW Md
m to all-inclusiveness, life by women might improve the lri AvIMs .1 5
Spite of 'the fact that ura- quality of Government," he said. 1 r -se1s
m milling iapdcity in the U.S.
quintupled in 1954, the Ato-_______________________
Er.ergy Commission predicts ....|
our curiecmt uranium output
satisfy only a portion of our ..* '
ce-time needs. Com pas n i e s
i as Vitro. Vanadium, Climax 1 0
ybdenum and Anaconda Cop. i
have undertaken expansion of -
r uranium processing plant. WhTCH O '
1954 tax law provides added T
etus to toe production of ura. l" -.wau
a ore by raising the depletion bCon a:
wance Mim 15' to 23 per cent.
the military field, a specta- .
Lr development was, the trial
of the USS Nautilus- on Long ::
nd Sound Sound last January. The
tilus. build. by the electric boat :
sion of General Dynamics, is' ;
first vessel propelled by atom- I
power. The President's budg-.
age emlls for five more. "' 4
s the president of Beneral Dy- :: !' :
.. written, "basically, it
et much of a.step from atom- ::. y '
powered submarines to atom- '. ,
towered cobalt and p a s s e n-
ships and to nuclear powered ':
lanes and trains. General Dy-. PRECISION BW. '
tics runs a research reactor at E
t Worth, and its Convair divi-
is working on atomic propual- t* RiC;L KIN
for aircraft. -" '
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de in the application of atomic IThe Watch of Royalty
er to private industry. L a s*t ti VY
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* LOS ANGELES t UP) Ap- answerr to confirm they are on the
geal to Los Angeles, Calif., and way, at which time the central
battle. Wash city firemen. 'office would stop them from
. Please fellows, don't try to an. Taking off to fight a fire some
iwer each other's alarms. 1.000 air miles away.
i This message, in more officials I
language wqs given to firemen
t5ar allrmd put out via short b lin --e
,**ve radio in each city were
:heard in the other city "loud and
clear just as if they were corn aidwin-W-allace ---
'in.from the home central office.'
Fire aepailment radios in both D g D pular
cy and calls were heard in P pl
e wrong cities due to freak at- BEREA, 0 (UP) The date-
ospherlo *onditions. less swain at Baldwin Wallace -
"We ran a test with Seattle. College no longer calls the num-
at to see how clearly we were bhers written on the walls of the -
elving each other's calls," said telephone booth. He calls George L
apt. John W. Burnham of the 1i. Smith. Jr
Angeles fire department. "We
are ec e i i ng them very Smith is the founder and head I
early .t the college approved and slu-
'Ine test was ordered after an dent operated date and escort:
dignant battalion commander service, catering to both male and
ere calledd the central control of- co-ed need.
ce and demanded: "The way our date office is -. .:
"Why wasn t my outfit sent out set up, no B.W man need be with-
n that candy factory fire on Com- out a girl for social engagements i,, ImSbyA ...W
onwealth Avenue? That's in my just because he's bashful, timid fber,,s-7.,
strict.' or from out of town," Smith said' it's in Seattle, he when the service opened recently. "'Says she's getting In shape for the Olympics!"
-as told. -
"'fe danger.' one fare depart-. He and his helpers passed out
ent spokesman said. "is that questionnaires and got 1,000 ap- Few Hyd
th the Los Angeles and Seattle locations from the student bodyFew Hy e Park Souveniors include
ire departments might get on a of 609 women and 758 men. The
Slot one at the same time and applicant had to give age. height. Visitors Yearly A a Sull
en receive a fire call for ateight and some indications of his A K re n kull
street that both cities have.' :special interests. I HYDE PARK, N. Y. (UP)-
But he explained that while e danger is He ( she.. also ad to mark Visitors to the home of the late COEBURN. Va. (UP) A
sibity exists, the danger s He (or she) aso nhad to mark. en Presidet Rousevelt at Hyde Park used car dealer here got more
mall since a special set of cir whether he was married decreased by about 10 per cent In than he bargained for when he
umstances must occur before a gaged, pinned going steady. 1954' A total of 277252 persons took a ear as a trade-in. A me-
Angeles or Seattle fire en- available. although the bureau toured the site, 14 022 fewer than chanic inspecting the luggage
line wuuld tear off to tight a did not suggest what it could do r l ew compartment Jound a human
haze in the otherr city. for the first four categories. skull. He yelled for the dealer and
Refleting layers of atmosphere During the same period attend- the dealer was about to call po-
would have to occur at the right Students who meet through the dance at the nearby Vanderbilt lice when the owner came back
altitude to bounce the radio waves bureau have casual contact first mansion operated by the Na. to claim his property. He had
nto the citie.. This occurs two or to see whether they want to date. tJonal Park Service in conjunction brought the skull back from Ko.
three times a year and might That eliminates much of the hor- with the Roosevelt memorial-de- rea as a war souvenir.
last several days. Fire companies ror of the blind date, as so many;l dined four per cent.
would nave to be out on a call, luckless freshmen know it.
time they receive fire calls via "Dating is a perennial concern __ I I M
adio they receive them only on any campus." said John W.
by telephone or box signal while Addley, dean of students. "The
in the station. I B-W Student Council is to be con- GreCates UsCU arl s le
The fire location would have to Iratulated on tackling the prob-
be.on the streets of the same name m of the dateless Saturday E
In both cities. and the false loca- rightt"
oef a fire company out of the sta- E V -R I
Ition fighting a blaze or doing fire HABIT
prevention work at the time. Los T
Angeles companies do fire preven- BOSTON -(UP)- Two gunmen A
tion work two days a week. walked into Bedro's Asadarian's OOT & PAREDES
But just in case the aforemen- variety store and robbed him of $aI
tioned circumstancess do turn up, But that one incident wasn't what I I
authorities here warned firemen made Asadraian angry. It was the UICK1 O L -J CHEV
to "use caution" in sending or re- 30th time in 20 years that he had I
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Ex- ather sister a married to
clustveIl Yous: A few bars of meSics, toee.
"tova.ln Bioom," Mr., Benny. .
Norp Hynmes and actor Bill Bark- Hollywood and G VINE: I
er head or exico soon. His Mex- Rita Gam and estrana hubby
ican divee mn Strauss heiress, Sidney Lumet are tae things
Zeiaa e will pave the 'aver and may try again. ... Van
way for a south-of.the-border mar. Johnson told pals at the LaRute
ziage to, Non. Ihat he's planning to hit the night
club trail again. Signed choreog.
Olivia de Hlavilland weds Pierre rapher Herb Ross to work on his
Galante at Vvoy Le Marron, just act. ... It'q almost a deal be.
outside of Orleans France, on tween Sammy Davis, Jr., and Co-
April 2. They will ,honeymoon on lumbla, to film his life story.
the Itauan ast.
t-- Jimmy Dunn, 1946 Oscar win-
Kitty V aeiatrss-wife of Rich. ner, en whether he'd like to re-.
ard Todd,s s i'unhappy about t(he ceive another one:
domestic t pliow rumors as her "It would be great-but only for
husband. Vrrtyies in Hollywood te momettavy thaill."
soon to o if e to"". -waggers
are wrong. Tueir y0 So son re- Reprts
mains in Loon.
No matter wht y- u read about
his dates wi G For PVanderbileace
Frank 1Inata l a long-distanc.
ing Av.a GaS .a over Europel. g I
the Weaty oRaMrs. Sps
r. ___ WASHINGTON, March 14 (UPI
Martmie C.tol's bosses at Fox -Chhairman Lewls L. Strauss said
are mum on the subject of her today the Atomic Energy Corn-
new European movie "Lucrezia mission's budget has leveled off
Borgia," sofull of nudity and sizzl- at about 2 billion dollars an-
ing love scenes that even the nually, with about half for man-
French censors snipped it to rib- ufacture of nuclear weapons.
bons. Only country playing the pic- At the same time, Strauss said
ture exactly as Martine made it President Eisenhower's "atoms
is Uruguay. for peace" program Is moving
forward rapidly.
..JOHN WAYNE on persistent ru-1 The ABC chairman, in a tele-
mors that he and Lana Turner had vision interview with Rep. Ken;
a whale of a feud during filmingineth B. Keating (R-NYT for
of "The Sea Chase": 'broadcast over station WHAM-
"It sever happened believe W in Rochester, N.Y.. and
me." WREN-TV In Buffalo, also dq-
Sfended the DixOn-Yltes contract.
Pro Grid Star Elroy Hirsch and Strauss said that last year
producer Had BatJett will do a funds used by hi'comumission l
lefll series bases on their hit were "divided a ipat equalt be
mov 'ie/" -.*. Mic ty twee.Iconat.ico B .mers
vornde wer l g m ime gma on." ;he i aid,
and g "the amo%t spent for conltruc-
reconc ton w l almhninh and the aI
--- mount spent for operations will
Sdolie Fsher will make his hon. increase, because more plant
eymoon pay by spending part of it will have" been completed.
on stage at the Desert Inn in He said the operations figures
egas.. ... Gloria Swanson's boy includes, besides "weapons we
.end, Bob walser, is fight g City manufacture into stockpile and 0
alL AL Anseles freeway wants to the armed services." research
cut throgb the middle of and Isotopes delivered to hospl.-
J style mansion. tals and Industries for expert- i
mental and medical purposes. t
P K 1K-FINCU, who co-starred Strauss said that although I
th lor and Dana Andrews Cpngress does not gWe the A2C I
"E Walk," signed a five. "blank check" for fpnds "we
ar 1cau1a0ciwiJ. AhR ha ve always had our ne9ds u
id will get the btitbB ip. i'ressed to the Congress ful- I
Laurence Olvier's pritep fed, r
The ABC official said the Unit-.3
lal Meirse and Gloria Vair-ed States has "allocated a sub- I
builtve become staunch pals stantial amount of fissionable 1
NewYor... Something new for material" to the "atoms for
is gie Hips who has never peace" programs.
Sniay feminine pals. ... Bet He added that "we are nego-
trahbele leg injury is being pro. tiating with a number of gov- !
ted by a brace for bar early ernments pursuant to the terms r
a In "l0.. to Be Very, Very of the new law in order to make 8
p Mar." .s will test for oth It possible for them to particl-
ti lead in an MGM movie. Hank ate"in the program. 911
?idgene p sident of the. Screen i
Actor& uad, takes a dim view of
the organi llon's recent move .to T O 0I AT h
limit the hiring of foreign actors T R O I- C A L ,
for Hollywood movie orles. h
Checked with Pidgeon on the 60c. TODAY! 40c. ti
progress of the Guild's request to U h
immigration authorities to halt the Cinemacope.l
influx of alienActOvs and wAs told: I
"I don't a whatG to Guild can MARLON BRANDO
do about It. There are plenty of JEAN IMONS
our own actors going to otaet
countries to make pictures. These MICHAEL RENNIE, in
movements are usnallf, started by
a few disf Id te bs. D ESIR EE
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A bridge crime wqs committed a gripping story of a big c
in today's hand, and all bridge Police detective who tries
detectives are hereby alerted. See his own brother is made
ift you can spot the crime and the star cast include Janet Le
criminal. Anne Francis.
West opened the four of spades,
dummy played low, and East won
with the queen. East returned the e ll JA
queen of aiamonda and West over- 5C"ent M ek Lox_
took with the king of diamonds in
order to lead the ace of diamonds. TA .
Dummy ruffed with the five of IV M Ke Rom
enades. and East overruffed with -

te .nine of spades. .... ..
East now led the ace of spades
and the ten of spades, clearing the
trumps out of dummy. Declarer T
led the three top hearts, discarding u
two diamonds from his hand. This di
still left one diamond in the South
hand, and South had to lose one
tick to the ace of clubs apd one e
triC to the jack of diamonds, nl
St.e 'defenders had already ti
tbi .at trpip tricks and- a so
dlemot, South was down e,
.a Bnw in session s A
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South was the.
ie should have made'
of two spades doubled. The nale l
Occurred at the third trick, when
West led the ace of diamonds. De.-
clarer should have ruffed in dum.
my with the king of spades.
East would overruff with the ace
of spades and would return the ten
of spades to force out the jack,
but this would still leave one trump
in the dummy. South would even-
tually ruff a losing diamond with
that trump, aid would thus make
his contract.
Since the pisy is a bit compil-
ated, let's follow it fo a few more
ricks. At the third trick dummy
'uffs with the king of spades, and
East wins by overruffing with the l
ace. East returns the tap of spades,
ad South wins with the jack.
South next forces out the ace
of clubs, which gives the defenders
heir fourth defensive trick. If West
eads a diamond. dummy can
utff, and Vast can overruff or
not, ad he pleases. East is sure to
let the fifth defensive trick with
.is nine of spades whether he takes
t then or later.
In any case South can cash two
lubs and then run the three top
arts, discarding low diamonds
rom h i s -hand. If diamonds
haven't yet been led for the third
ime South can ruff a heart in
is hand 'and a diamond in the
uoumy. Either way, the contract
is quite safe

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t Taylor returns to toe tdugn-guy type
johnny Eager," a gangster film which
successes. The new M-G-M picture tells
city underworld with Taylor enacting a
to play both sides of the fence until
a victim of racketeers. Others in a big
ligh, George Raft, Steven Forrest and
( Adv.)
NORWICH, Conn. -(UP)- Po-
lice Chief Joseph L Gendron re-
ported that during a raid on a
gaming house a woman approached
him to place a bet, took a closer
look and fainted.

BOSTON, March 14 (UP) of the association, said devotees
they're going to have to dream of juke box music will get more
p a new name for the nickelo- for their money-new high fl-
eon-a name like dimelodeon. delity machines and extended-
Splay records which play two
The Massachusetts Music Op- songs to a side Instead of the
rators Association said last usual one.
eight the five-cent juke box;
me is on its way Qut. The as- OGeracos said the group had
ciatlon, which represents own- been delaying the increase as
rs of 10,000 Jukeboxes in the long as possible despite the fact
ate, Is currently converting all that equipment cost has increas-.
t0atlic phonograopl: to a ed three times since before the
i eptatus. ,- ar. He said records now edst
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b of July Avenue No. 14-28
: Oally S:o09 -12:Oo ani, l:3:1-5:0
Saturday 9:00 to 1:0 ,

pil Zone Dental polyclinic
)D4C. E. Fibrega D.0. .
a e-bridp woiW--blr bradvik
_I General Practlee.
IflJlth of July) Ave.'NO. 21AU4
atoe. Anoeeo School Play ound)
T*~epi 2-2ell-PBnamj& 'i

qf G bil create
'DS 'qf beauty for Easter
Beauty Salon
Balboa Tel. 3677.

olM self Just eal Tel.
00, Exten. 096 anytime
S een 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Panama Massage Salon

G Guaranteed Parts
SGuaranteed Parts
Picok up and Delivery
iRapid Service
. Courteous Treatment
'4 hive us a Call
45th. St. No. 8S
] R BJusttellalsta

K Ye SI Race

) Oil Vernes's 64-foot
Sea Lion from Nantucket,
led a fleet of 26 yachts
into the wind early to-
on the annual St. Peters
avana yacht race.
from the start at

fleR t waMs't expected to

Coteours were expent-
ithe .nd of a tCalll

Bes, kLo pfsrom onsa

FOR SALE:-Westinghouse refri-
gerator. 4 months old, self de-
frost. 8 cu. ft. Original cost
$385, sacrifice for $300. House,
0814 Balboa, Phone 2-2950, 25
FOR SALE: Table, 4 -chairs,
buffet $15; couch and chatr,
bookcase $25,: vanity $10. No..
93 Airport Road and 14th St.:

FOR SALE: Lawn choirs and
tables $40; round breakfast table
and chairs $25; 25-cycle porce-
lain Kelvinotor refrigerator $40.
Neville, 2-2619, House 0938
Amodor Rood, during day.
FOR SALE: Apex washer and
dryer, twin units, fully automatic,
Sacrifice $275. Phone 3-233).
FOR SALE: -- Mexican dining
room furniture, living room fur-
niture, lamps. etc Rancho Solo-
la, 7th Street No. 7, Golf Hts.,
Phone 3-1846.
FOR SALE:-G.E. washing ma-
chine (wringer type) $75; Ma-
gic Chef 4-burner gas stove $50;
Norge gas heater $75; Nlorge
deeofreeze, practically n e w,
5400; Friqidqire, 9-ft., $175.
Phone 3-4215.

Pr ition Offered
WANTED: Soles agents for
club. Good opportunity for inter-
ested persons. Porisien Furniture
Store, No. 27-10 Central Ave.
WANTED: Responsible auto-
-obile solesmon. Aoolv r,-'On
Motorr. Inc.. 10th Street. Colon.


FOR SALE:-1942 Dodge truck
chassis. I V/z tons. Phone 1541

FOR SALE: 1951 Plymouth
Station Wagon with ov rlood
springs. Excellent condition. Ideal
for Interior traffic. 57A Ft. Kob-
Ke, Phone 84-3137.
FOR SALE:-1949 Buick Super;
dynoflow, radio, plastic seat cov-
ers, excellent care, original own-
er, $650. Neville, Balboa 2619
during day.
FOR SALE:-'49 dlds-76 Con-
veftible, black, good condition.
Phone 82-4149 between 8:00 &
3:00, after 4:00 82-5262.
FOR SALE:-1950 Plymouth'4-
door De Luxe $500 (radio and
heater). Albrook 86-3261 or
FOR SALE:-'47 Lincoln Coupe,
good condition, 4 new tires, ra-
dio; overdrive. Call Cloyton 7250
after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE:-1947 Chevrolet se-
dan, good mechanically $325.
Terms available. Call Guy, Pana-
'mo 2-5298.
FOR ALE:-1950 Buick Super
Convertible with radio, excellent
condition, w/s/w tires good $800.
Can be financed. Phone 83-4242
after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE:- 1954 Ford Main-
liner $1550. House 5343-B Da-
vis Street, Diablo, Phone 2-2645.
FOR SALE: 1946 Hudson 4-
c4oor 'erln. House 255-B, Phone
4-458 Gatun.

Kobbe Edges Special Troops

1-0 In Service Loop Finale


Final Stantdiogs
W L Pet. GB
).Troops 24 6 .800 -
SClayton 17 13 .567 7
. Clayton 17 13 .567 7
brook AFB 16 14 .533 8
my AtlantitC 9 21, 300. 15
Co sOlo 5.1 :19

(Final Games)
Ft. Kobbe 1. Sp. Troops 0
Ft. Clayton 10, Army Atl. 1
Albrook AFB 4, Coco Solo 0.
The regular 1955 Panama Area
Forces baseball season ended
uperbly Saturday night with, Ft
Kobbe' Jay 9erhart ahutin out,
pennant-wilninn;.pedlal T -oops.
1.0, to ouA Q11 ller,'Who luck-
iessly Isow. n h t and
fafaniled 19. n the eight innings
toe ie the loop record.
Fort Claytonl on the strength
of DaveKing's 10th win, held on-
to third place with a 10-1 victory
over Army Atlantic. Albrook AFB
notched fourth place as Len Ru-
bacha two-hitted Coco Solo, 4-0.
Miller 'missed his try for win
No. 12 with the second-place
Lifeliners, defending area and
Caribbean Command champ,
scored a single run in the fourth
on two errors and Frank Wal-
den's sacrifice fly.,
He faced only 29 o0 a possi-
ble 24 men, fanning 19, walking
one, and hitting a batsman. The
19-strikeout record set by Army

Churcill's Lion

Too Old To Consider

Mauling Premier
LONDON, March 14 ,(UP) -
Eighty-year-old Prime MinisterJ
Winston Churchill, who racentlyI
boasted that he sometimes pro-
vides the roar for the British
Lion, visited London's Zoo yes-
terday to pick up a few point-
ers on how the real article does
The lesson was a bit of a flop,
since Rota, a 17-year-ord lion
donated to the Zoo by Churchill
himself, was 'slightly indispos-
ed" and didn't roar at all. Chur-
hli, just recovering from a cold
bhmself wasn't in a roaring
Mdood either.
They eyed each other through
the bars of the cage while Zoo
head keeper Charles Hitchcock
kept them at a safe distance.
Then he provided the Prime
Minister with a long feeding-
fork and an unplacked, dead
Churchill pushed the chicken
h the bars and Rota ac-
It t b ft outstretched
SS of Lodma' more snewa-
tiM5*d6W Ibed the
'I 1 L *. "Wipe at the
| hu(cnu*1 household
ip the rcportI

Atlantic's Pick Scott six days
earlier was garnered in nine
innings. *
The lone safety off Miller was
drilled by Claude Wheeler in the
sicth frame. ,Wheeler belted a
triple to deep righticenter but
died on third.
Gerhart, in,chalking up his
fifth win in eight' decisions,, got,
great support in posting his third
shutout of the seaiUon. He allowed
only four hits, all singles. He
whiffed-nineand walked two.,
King threw a four-hitter at the
A's as the Atlantic siders threw
together six errors and 10 walks
to give Clayton the win, Scott
went the first seven inning strik-
inning striking out eight before
relieved by Gene Satterlee.
Rubacha allowed hits by Jim
King and Willie Tice in captur-
ing his first win oT the season.
Ie fanned 12 and walked three.I
'Of the seven hits off Jerry'
Sobkowlak, Bob Johnson had a
single and a triple and Eddie
Ellenberger cracked a one-baser
annd a two-run double.

Composer Of Famous

World War 1 Song

Dies In Enoland
SUTTON, Eng., March 14 (UP)
-Edward C. H. Rowland, 72,
whose song "Mademoiselle from
Armentieres," cheered Allied sol-
diers in World War I, died at his
home Saturday night.
Rowland composed the lyrics
for the song while watching a
French waitress serve soldiers in
an Armentieres cafe in 1915.
He reportedly finished the lyr-
ics in 30 minutes and scored a
hit the same night when he sang
them in a show for servicemen.
Rowland retired as a theater
manager six years ago after
pearly 50 years in show business.
e is survived by his widow.
three sons and two daughters.


JEAN S'iLE. Plaintiff,
HARRY G. STLES. Defendant
Case No. 4101
Civil Docket 20
To the above defendant:
You are hereby required to apper and
answer the .compaint filed In ia above-
entitled action 'wthia m sety a after
the fnt pubiktlon.
In case of your fallume to so appear
nd anwer. n will be taken
ainbt you by delt tf.r the relief de.
mnded In te e mplmint.
WITN SS the Heoorable Guthrie r
Crowe, Jude. United Statet Dtstrict
Court for te 1he i f the Canal Zone.
thi Fab. 14. 15.
C. T. ts*m J., Cleark.
To RoryO. NOW-
you byarii 'UiM the oo

Feinu2ry 1a, '-rmJ" and filed



FOR SALE:-Bees. Small apiary
with oil equipment. Tel. 6-225.
FOR SALE: 10 good saddle
horses. Can be seen at 'Panama
Riding School, Phone 3-0279 be-
tween 3 and 5 p.m.
JOIN THE TREND towards mod-
ern window, covering, using match
stick bamboo draperies and cur-
toins. Custom-made in oil sizes
anrd ry- color for immediate de-
livery. Venetian blinds, recondi-
tioning services. Free estimate.
Call 2-3063 or 3-4904. Distri-
buted by Productos de Madero,
S.A., 98 Central Ave., between
Kodak Building and Fifth Ave-
nue Store.

Sealed bids, for opening In pub-
lic, will be received, until 10:30
a.m.,'March 25, 1955, for motor
crane, Caterpillar tractors and
cargo fork truck located at Sec-
tion "I," flboa Storehouse, tel-
ephone 2-2720; Loroin power
shovel located at Red Tank
Dump, telephone 2-1801; motor
crone and Caterpillar tractor 'lo-
cated at Cristobal Storehouse,
telephone 3-1265. Invitation No.
156 may be obtained at the above
sources, or from office of Super-
intendent of Storehouses, tele-
phone 2-1815.
FOR SALE: '- Pure-bred Great
Dane puppies. "El Trebol," Tele-
phone 2-3004.
Staled bids, for opening in pub-
lid, will be received until 10:30
Mon., Mirch 31, 1955, in the of-
fice of Superintendent of Store-
houses, Balboo, for vehicles, in-
cluding canopy express, stake,
lineman's. dump, sedan, pickup,
panel, tank truck, truck-tractor
and motorcycles located at Sec-
tion "I," Balboa Storehouse, tele-
phone 2-2720 and Cristobal
Storehouse, telephone 3-1265.
Invitation No. 158 may be ob-
tained from the above sources, or
fr office of Superim l adntof.
TS houses, teat i .a atJ.. ,

Invesla Calls Ike's

Aom F Peace

Plan 'Propapanda'
MOSCOW, March 14 (UP) -
The Soviet government newspa-
per Izvestia charged today Pres-
ent Elsenhot were's atom-f or-
peace plan was a "propaganda"
screen aimed at camouflaging
U.n. efforts to capture control of
the world's atomic raw materials.
An Izvestia article signed by
Observer" appeared to write off
peaceful ushe tom atpool proposals
outlindby Mr. E senhower in
his speech .1 Dec. 8, 1953.
S There Is no doubt at "all that
the proposals made by the Amer-
lcan President were only of an
ostentatious propaganda charac-
ter." the oflcdal Boviet newspa-
per said.
"In reality the rautln circles of
the United States are busy on
the atome and hydrogen drive
and 4o not even thUB of Inter-
national cooperstiOn-In the field
of peaceful use of atomic ener-
gy. ; I

The Prdent's proposals, I-
vestia said, also attempt "to di.
vert the attention of -world pub-
lic opinion from the Americans'
refusal to agree to the banning
of atomic weapons.":
.he astl ving to gain control
over atomic raw materials and
ther useI t othe countries is
ithe real motive of all American
maneuvers in the problem of the
peaceful use of atomic energy,'
Itvesta said.

Came No. M
C" U Docbtd S

To the abheveM dan _-
a.You are -iml M
answer the emlaT bl

twhe frpute
Crowe. Judom.U
Court for the Dser M .
C.AL) ltx". N *mi-",
my &ae doe lb Pm, *-Ip3 a -

WILLIAMS Sant Clara Beach
Cottage---ckgas, refrigeration,
2-berom. Phonp Balboa 3050.
Philips. Oconside cottages,..
Santa Clar. Box 435. Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877, Cristo-
bal 3-1673.
Gramllch's Santa Clara Beach
Cofttael Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gamboa
past Sonto Clara. Low rates.-
Phone Bilboo 1866.


FOR RENT:-Modern house in
Las Cumbres with large grounds
for $100. 6-105 Gamboo.
FOR RENT:--Small chalet, one
bedroom, living dining roo m,
kitchen. Moderate rent. General
Jos6 de Son Martin Ave. No. 6,
FOR RENT:- Furnished or un-
furnished chalet, living room, din-
ing room, ; bedrooms, garage,
garden. 18th Street No. 8, Son
FOR- RENT: 2-bedroom chalet
at "Miroflores" (Barriada del
Maestro). Phone 2-4088.

ATTENTION 6.1.1 Just built
modem furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel.
Ponama, 3-4941.

FOR RENT:-Furnished arid un-
furnished 2 and 4-room modern
apartments. Contact Alhambra
Apartments, 10th Street, Phone
1386, Colon.

FOR RENT: Completely fur-
nished luxury apartment, Campo
/ -ge, with living room, dining
r~;,n, air-conditioned bed-sitting
room, second bedroom, two bath-
rooms, for rent at cost $165
monthly from April 1 to June 1.
Phone 3-3444 commencing 7
p.m. Sunday.
FOR RENT:-Apartment, 2 bed-
rooms, 48th Street, Bella Vista.
Phone 2-2601 from 7:30 a.m. to
5 p.m.

FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
mqnt, moderate rent, frequent
transportation, North American
neighbors. Phone 3-0471.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment, living room, dining room,
2 bedrooms.gos stove, refrigera-
tor. Suitable for 2 couples. 43rd
Street No. 64. Bella Vista.
FOR RENT:-Concrete, modern,
spacious 1-bedroom apartments,
. main street, Pueblo Nuevo. Tel-

phone 2-3483 business hours.
H uslav D s FOR RENT:- Cangrejo: Modern
H U l Iscreened apartment three bed-
rooms, maid's room, three baths,
hot water, balcony, garage. Call
2-3486 or 2-3483.
henry ustav, a former em- FOR' RENT:-Modern apartment'
Henry Gustav, a former e- $60. Perejil, 1st Street No. 13
ploye of the Panama Canal Corn- ew address 7-113). Phone 3-
missary Division, died last night 4106.
in Santo Tomas Hospital follow-
ing a long illness. He was 67
years old. ".ud er Food
Funeral arrangement have not rul her FOO
been completed.
A St. Lucian, Mr. Gustave was
a resident of La Boca beforeJ Rep
moving to Rio Abajo following .. .
his retirement., He was an active In Eal A --
member of St. Therese Church, ll Ea1 slmmn
La Boca. -
His survived by"i wife, Clo- 4v2rch 14 (tP) -t w
tilda, andfills chlden: Mabel,;fo rtuhIn East erny
ra. Lucille, Rita, Louis, Albert,1ha6e set off a, wave qI panic
eyo ,,George, Edward, Thomasibuying and hoarding in the
and Harold, in addition to many Communist zone, It was reported
fivs. n ad oth, re yesterday.
S f The Communist- c controlled
A o Of fiial East German press said house-
UI wivess are buying up flour, bread,

To Try To Clear Up

Race Winner Today
SEBRING, Fla., March 14
(UP) Race authorities met
today to name the official win-
ner of Sebring's 12-hour Inter-
national Grand Prix after the
greatest finish snafu in the five
sear history of this county's
biggest sports car race.
A dark green type D British
aguar driven through the day-
long race by Mike Hawthordn of
London and Phil Walters of
West Palm Beach, Fla., was de-
clared unofficial winner when
the gruelling test ended at 10
p.m. (EST) last night.
But Louis Chinetti. of New
York, a representative of the
Italian Ferrari factory, Imme-
diately filed a protest. Te claim-
ed the Ferrari piloted by Carol
Shelby of Dallas, 'eX., and Phil
Hill of Santa Monica, Cal., beat
out the other 79 entries. Offi-
cial scored Joe Lane, said, how-
ever. "The-Jagiar passed the
There were only 10 seconds be-
tween the two cars."
Briggs Cunningham of West
Palm Beach. owner of the Ja-
guar said: "We had the Jaguar
all the way. Thevy gained on us
near, the end but I believe we
won It. All we can do is wait
and see what the officials say."
S-orerls and time keepers
worked most of the night re-
checking their figures. Chief
race steward Alec Ulmann. race
secretary Reginald Smith, A.AA.
representative William Smyth
lad Lane were to meet to rule
on the protest. They refused to
comment on the outcome and
would not give a ruling.
HARTFORD. Conn. (UP) -
The Connecticut Milk Producers
Asioceaton office hasa vending
machine that provides tref !,inks
for empioyes and guests. Milk, of

"We Will Retread

Of Your Tires

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FABRICS renovated. Keep your"
clothes new looking having them
dry cleaned by Tropical Clean-
ers. Via Espoa 830, Tel. 3-
0871. Branch, 24th St. East and
Central Ave. Tey. 2-1346.

Dr. WENDEHAKE Medical Clinic,
209 Central Avennue, beside
Capitol Theatre. Phone 2,3479,
Panama. ,

'Houses .

WANTED: Unfurnished 2 or
3-bedroom chalet, Iving-dining
room, pofch, verd. hot water.
Bella Vista, Golf HNlghts, Cam-.
po Alee or l Ceangrejo. Phone

Real Estate

FOR SALE:-lndiqvduol or greou
investment. Landscaped and fur
nishpd Santa Clara Beach ro
houses. Partially financed Act
quickly. Balboa 3050.

Wanted Pbsition

experience auto .ports. manager
ment. Accounting, Geeroal BusM-.
ness experience. Lloyd, Ilox '98,

tires, suitable for reconstructing .
NAL, Ave. Peru No. 7. Phone




meat ano other types of food in
such quantities that stores in nd
some places have run out of
supplies. In at least one city,
soap also is being hoarded.
In an effort to halt the panic F .a "
buying, the official press said ANDPRES I D ENT SELLS er joint rehearsal' before t4
there is no food shortage and FIRST TICKET Starting out nght's performance att B p,V .
there will be none. with a sure customer, Jim Reese, The program for the sece6nd at-
president of the BalboA High nual massed concefRt.ciclt~es:-
Re orts reaching West Berlin School band, catches Peggy Don- "The Star Spangled Bannmae
listed shortages o flour, sugar ovan, the band's vice president Overture "'The 'Fountain t
and listed shortages of flour, and sells her tickets for her fam- jYouth," Pavanne, Scotch FoL
sugar and meat, although they lly and friends. Suite, March "Colonel Boge
are not believed to be as serious ticketss for this evening's com- It,' "Blue Tango," Spa th
as In 153wh ,n Tie Pr sfrA iseve l cure- OM- Ele m
"Esenhower o bined concert will also be avail- MaKin rc "otl Ca a t. o- n-
to hungry East Germans. able at the entrance to Balboa Ing Noon and Night In Vienna,". ".
Red Premia r Otto Grotewohl Stadium. Admission Is 50 cents Mrch, "Repas Band, Novelty, .-
acknowled l rolo to G th for adults and 25 cents for chil-.,The Happy, Wanderer,' a -.
acknowledged last week there dren under 12 and members of sod on to o
will be "Insignificant" reductionsthe Student Association. 1on8 p d -'ur- Amess a rac-,
In flour and ar supplies be-Goteirinte ad bd 3tess Americs-
cause production Proceeds from ticket sales are Clos,"
the band's collection. This pool
The Communist organ s instruments is made available The German Band will per, ',
d s .o sto students who are not ready to form during the intermits
leiistwebeatetorees gh omuct our had an opportunity to prove
laestawee stores sout of It their interests and abilities.
te stt-own so so d eight The Cr(stobal band arrive4in rn eek Tr W -.
times as much flour as Bua a at noon today for anoth- DJl
during the week. Deutschland i J UII.J'...L


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Off South Italy
TAANTO;. Italy, Ma eb -
(UP) The Greek trailer lason
with 20 crew members aboard In,
believed to have Wunc. lff Cape
of Stlo, Southern Italy, early .
this morning, first reports aid.
here today.,
The Italian Military Martime
Department said that the ritish....
passenger liner Strathedea which \
was In. direct contact with th.
lason arrived on the sNne 6f lthe
sinking Greek trawler d foun

ny lyo duria.
At almost M ery large cocktail
arpty there is one "party pig" The mtratbeden repeat
who tries, to make a full meal the Jalilan corvette UT
dut of the canapes the hostess speeding to the seme that
provided. He doesn't mingle was no sgn of :i fWd the rn
withthe guests et do anything waters.
8lse to ke himself sociable.
]6w can he when he heads for The Jason yesterday eae
ti food the moment he arrives? that qhe had seripa;qu~gsi
Aug he always stays there blen -was ow h-V
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Igatl al .which Will Moow Rdl chuckled yeser- Read Roma, -18. "So we,
italenia Get.Tgether mark the of Cheat ac- day. being many, ae one bod In .
r D tivitieofs or LON h 14 (UP) A Panama. American, prepared true, are pretty hard to e be
rn i h e o e tt/ unn Dance Studio o, n hen we th
ha ae, ohtref M r. ad Mr.Daid wi hav the monthly Get-To h. t board or the e rls
s t to Sgt. Paul Mc- gter for st and pret tu r a Antho o make i Mademoelles, the One of the easiest thing in
ce, naledbbo s Owbl t he world to notice is how po- Your opportu to obtain the go smart andrwtc
SMn & h m H pW p rc h, am ra, Eur haThe Mbsow broadcast said snwo ic s eparampeeat rte
1 e I.r hhk~ Sgtanley Loney, Robert &ouvier, Mosow corres-tu ren t ow trstooal).
rd nee but eeAds 1e Friends of the students are cor. I d n re Adams, L.pndent of U rats Communist rent a lrentc-TE
.e Invi.ed to attend iath the iD' i.tfeu atoo. B. Burnham, Wil R. Price. CoL newspaper L'umyantte. told the munitie, different races differ-.
the baTy *.J.7.... ^ ^Walter N. Oew au, een, Elvin L meeting of SO MOt students at e sion s of rel)u we.o
.-- 3 Butcher, av lav9 Bereas-osaoew as aotitse of P power rn- l:ef, different tastes, different O O-

.. In Gatun it fr i, COmdr. J. w Puicell, gineers he wa very impressed a haractero; all these dfferen es
d to the ofers b a friend of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Parker o C. W. pney, elon Magner, with Sovet students as a hole- makes us overly ware f te
AfS. the club. DI Gatnae ~F entertained a few friends end Md C1 01 B1ut... things that separate us.
talS ofT elio of the o Thd evening with an Stuio M at. '"h "I have Just this to add. It hasr e In efact inee we human beln
1_ 4 _Ss~m ma o mtee .took place. Mrs Robhertuoor barbecue supper. Mr, and aadt e all so many and so di-
Ma Alegr by ~l, dj ate Mr..ant; Mrs. Phallip Mrs. Parker and two daughters ,alre t all th m ads l rent, it seems f u if the things
sW at.oDSr tVice Prasl dent; Mrs. Pameaf and Miehelle are leaving smtuo t, but all the sDbte Iwoltoniclswpo
Srause, Sectry; an dshe Isthnus to make their hoe al mention it: nrtant han the thns that
n a et an d Mrs. William ''Standfordr 'ITreasur.! in Washingto State. "It concerns fashion, an on makes us alike. What separates
Mrs Mik reelved the Prs this score u Sovet rls ar us seems to count for more than
r. -sent p. and corsages on ede. l- lagogin behind. (Cheears). hat draws us teeter Te
SM;Eatos Etertaed hope that in this respect as vaiIa of d on seem so high.p
bIee IeSyyMcttL wtipe r a8n d Mr s.i .. I then ...- cn rae.f we are ti t
i ota.ttau Mr.t ad Mrs. obW The Newcomers Club is open At Aibro o Officers' Club n others, ea change of policy in An iyt s, if- aroe n to.
erto-r M M. and Mrs. Phi- to women residents of the Canal Mr. and Mrs Melvin C. Eaton t my country may result in more ave, that ,nsie of ben lni so-
ih and Mrs. G Oustave oe ineludiA Army and Na vy f Norwich, New York were contract between sou nd Frch de ael enow. we mus
ema r. and Mrs, Arturo wives, who have been residents guests of hoPrr the other evening and Soviet women, and thereby e diaerentte nmi
a Mr. ad Ms. Raymand not more than two years. It a dinner party give, by Dr. enable the waorer t pressed in ha rater all these on i tterne a,
Io Mr. and Mrs. Paul Duran to the and Mrs. Juhan Hunt. Mr. Earon. W fnoftme y, to n r, this field s you have already akes us overly aware ogether
Mr r t 0ir Del hloe, a t e N Pharmaceutial r s h elped them in many and moreall so .to-
and ilofi 7 pmanby and r ekrsdt; Mrs. Pillip Phautes been visiting aalt the H. b lIs not oan, s ur L ord ha own us
r. Vice President; Mrs. d Mrs. ore el El Panaa.mpa but all te sa I
'rati b Mr. anrd M e e, Mittag n isthmus to make their HEAR YE HEAR YE a ten
owf a i aad; rs. Wpllram Standfordt Tresur!in Washicgto Statea en ,It concern shion, 0" on

w aertaIed at their home Saturday C colored Slideaa of luatemala DonCLUB so4.25 MONTHLY
Ca ,5a Mressensnc for Mr and Mrs. A] to Be Shown nATloahsOf ficsy HEAR YEEi-y--
'MU. C*' 4e .Mete.a.s Wulf meyer o' St Louis Mo. Mr. a year and a hal in G uatemala Competent consultants to
Sheman aMr Miss HIeen Dr. Welden C. White, who spent a r wine4 a thereby v a co II denominator. a

ta and Mis. Shwerdtmann are vis- with the malaria control project, fit your every hearing need sturl To Broadwa
w erek lB.eiss trip ing their son and daughter-in. will present an illustrated talk esm er y NW Mac rP
ItM.5-- Mr law, Mr. ad Mrs. Roy Schwerdt. un uatemala" at the USO.JWB IEstamernts l to ft every -"
.a D eturn night it w pm "e Li--llian Roth..the former show-
Swea. L we Iy Dr. White i presently at the Imagine your.deight in hearing sounds you have long r railing into he dep ths of an-
1r. Pomaama Corozai Hopital, and had pre. forgotten existed. Listen with ease to normal co- coholism, will return to Broad-
T".c s -w ,of Leesbr, MBr1. vousy roaed l! c versD of rrReoeds and relatives, the laughtr of way this fall, t. was announced
Sebrad rooks t Bella Vista. Miss travels in. Europe. children the song of birds, far away churc bells yes A spokesman for producer Jack
S tletnle Brooks and her ater spt this i mny other sounds you once loved but may hav Segasture said Miss Roth has .,
Sa. t hosteues weekend In coth El Vae and Military personnel and the r any y accepted the leading role in the
Sauy. u.Johnsmn, and santa Clara ThiS though, is Mrs. families, and the public, both of forgotten ever existed, review "Pleasure Dome," ached-
4 s autgar. One Iar e R.ley's first irip to Panama, she the Canal Zone and the Republic u O lti 0 led to open In New York Nov..
entered the returning to the States i two Panama are cordially invited no 15. t will be Miss Roth's first whi the m -embert oee'a. to attend. a A\ P r u A appearance on Broadway since
S* .r'd individual devoted RAWFO D AGENCIES she was in Earl Carroll's "Vani-
Sl c dle, No. 18 "J" St., Panam R. de P. e ear-old entertainer
th. i u. unwrgapped there in Apartado 1890 TelL. -2386 & 2-3265 was scheduled to go to Hollywood
pdd e I Gt In May for the filming of her
plifees.tory,h'llge Toza morrow."a Ia
wooFese eetsages were present. | wev 11is" Dr SblC _______pstatIgiyr__nhrg___________ yo__, have lorn
0.1111 '. .re ca =her stor she told how she di -
E V EIthe height fom "peule an'.bat CLUD a,.50 MONTHLY S.0O
I I The spokesman said shel cur-s.
IOo|pe d ow a rently is 1 nMlami Beach on a
S e night club engagement.
.- AI EDELPA 0 T "Pleasure Dome" is scheduled
a y to open in New Haven, Conn,
Brok an he ths S Oct. 12. From there it is to go to
SV ad iS pe.r.nn Boston and tPhladelphia before I
T IOhe a l a .reoihet o me tti edl o te
"t"eredifiS the". reurnng t Stat e "to Pna rI yun tigotr. e Acts Fo sTop n t I Nevweo r

t, It5t4lbM Club will meiset Ro' 1i
7 with o rence M. ete oancs
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S rn bhas arrng- routfor xyoue fering rm t bran-
a l. and members wIllnIa I 23 -2scheulecough. toyHucly'Co-
I Pdeol Mixture for fast, hgooth ingr
'le Caerameeting a.of the The oon I l comfort. Tou e ,t *,pr do n CLUB $10.00 TML-5.
k a p white division of the at- our throat-helping to break upr
SCamera Club will be held the thick, cho phlegm .., leav-
.herp.m. soyby rtrothelgtol sedak
trig a protective Im over raw, sore
ar is asked to brg cam pmembranes. Youm notice right away
f' ilm fm or some indoor pho- r how much easier it ts to breaths
Hug h F. Hugh Herbert and t o wf > .s
'vC bottles of Buekley's Canadiol Mix-
;e Cultural Cummittee, invites tur have been sold. So don't let T L
bers and their guests to a at the Guild Playhouse t e set you down. Buy a
asit of the Canal early in April bottle of fast-actung inexpensive
orad the Jalan r "Marco Wednesday, March 16, 8:00 P.M. Buckley's Canadeol Mxture 7th Ave. Central 21-02 Tels, 2-1830 2-1833
"a am"r W' ta O CatFOeMact80g Just about the Best Soup e es t
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US Squad Looks Like Easy Wier
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Plummer Stops Joe Brown To Give Frewell

Edwin In Sixth Performance Here March 20


n's regular Sunday doublie- Players AB R H in the standsa- during allI track
eor with the Whiskeymen Cicero, cf 7 1 2 apd field events to eliminate
Ing across 3 runs in the top Glud, c 4 2 3 confusion and possible injury to
hitwelfth to win 9 to 6 Pechette, If 5 2 0 themselves and the athletes.
S, McGlade, 3b 6 "1 2 Completing the week of activi-
he three and one halt hour Carlin, lb 6 1 2 ties, BHS will travel to Cristobal,
e featured some classy relief w. McKeown, as 4 0 1 meeting the thinclads of coach
aing by Bobby sutlman and Charles, p. rf 1 1 0 Paul Moser and CHS. Little is
Conrid and sparkling fiel J, McKeown, 2b 5 0 1I known of the CHS team but past
lays by both teams. Out- Riley, rf 1 0 0 experiences have shown them to
tng fleiding plays were Bilt Sulsman, p 3 1 0 come up with Many surprises.
eoWn'= back hand stab at -.-- The results of this weeks acti-
S-short and perfect throw cities will give an indication to
mird to force Coleman in the 7461st Signal the type of competition expected
am of the twelth that killed In the Balboa Relays, being held
pal rally and Signal's right- Players AB R H on April 1.
ler Glenn's running one Rose, cf 5 3 21
catch of Pechette' fly Matsumoto, 2b 6 0 0
r ighti nthe fifthInning.Glenn, rf 6 2 3 No Dodg r eRached
started on the mound Miller, lb 6 1 2 Rv w che
ignal andLou Charles was Blehn, it 4 0 0 m
tlng lifter for Wonaack Norton, as 4 0 I
ian m e M iAMO. aP- Remke, p, 3b 3 0 1
in UWomack line-ap Mohn, c 6 0 1o U l__ L s
ng panfuly injured in Conrad, p 1 0 0 n nlMileo0 Robinson
-gamne batting practice.ear- Walker. 3b 2 0 0
She season came in to. rl- x-Colemafn 1 0 1 Panamanian right and er
VCharles inn the third in- x-Singled for (,onrad in twefth Humberto Robinson was cred-
iwand after giving up three inning. cited for the Milwaukee Braves'
to tie the score settled 4 to 3 victory ever the Brooklyn
A over the last six innings Dodgers in an exhibition game
Sbankeds the Signaleers. Score by Innings at Miami Stadium Friday
ma gave up 5 walks. 9 base- night, because he was the most
and trutcut 9 in the nine Womack 002 031 000 003-9 11 3 outstanding of the four Braves ird nings he worked 7461st S. 003 102 000 000-6 11 3 pitchers used.
hr mo'.d. .-Robinson hurled the fourth.
brad took over from Remke fifth and sixth innings and did
Sixth .with two away and FIRST TO HIT MARK not allow a batter to reach
4,OB'arlin Ion strikes t first base.
9Womack big ning. Con- LOS ANGELES. (NEA) The Dodgers' six hits were
oyex th inext six inntigs Johnny Moore is the first UCLA given up by starter Lew Bur-
tnp fl v" basehits, three eager to sadore more than 1100 dette, one; rookie Don Mc-
p walft and struck out points, his $6 against CtfnornmaL Mahen, two and relief artist
S- putting him over that mark. Dave Jolly, three.




. o'l~n' -Joe Brown'of New Or-
Annn ina l I% ImpIma

I A vastly improved Federico
To ULead Ar entn a Plummer, 138, of Panama City,
Last night overcame Jose Edwin's
S-- o -- early lead to punch out a tech-
.. nical knockout victory in 1:14 of
MEXICO CITY, March 14 (UP) The con- the sixth round of the featured
ined might of United States' athletes today threat. ten-round bout at the Colon
fArena before a crowd of approx-
tued to make a run-away of the second Pan-Amen- imately 2,000 fans.
n Games. .Edwin, 142, was more than
tan GamCs. ,holding his own when a solid
Getting a world-record smashing performance right to the jaw midway through
Or6m a comparative midget in weight-lifting.; a theifthround dropped him for
women's championship in fencing and a great first- rained his feet, plummer calmly
Oay qualifying round in track and field, the U.S. rained effective blows all over
him to put the game Colon
aquad looked like it was on its way to-an easy team youngster down for another
ictiry. count of nine. Edwin was on the
ic verge of a knockout when the
.At the end of the first day this team beat Brazil, 51-45, after Ibell rang to end the round.
as the way the unofficial scor- trailing at half-time 20-30. The previously unbeaten Ed-
nlg went. The Argentine men's quintet win was still groggy when the
United States. 46, defending trimmed Venezuela, 72-37, and sixth round started. After Plum-
&sampion Argentina 30, Mexico the Chilean Girl's basketball mer landed several telling blows
4 panama 15, 'Cuba 10, Chile 7, team beat Mexico 57-53. that left Edwin reeling around
rasil 4, Canad 2, Venezuela 2 Soccer Mexico and Venezue- the ring like .a drunken man,
tun Puerto Rico1. la tied, 1-1', Argentina defeated referee Servio Tullo Lay wisely
It was a satisfying day for Dutch West Indies, 2-1. stopped the contest.
urt ierican coaches and the Weight-lifting is considered a Edwin and his handlers pro-
te looked even better dull sport in the United States. tested vigorously when the bout
Here were the first-day high- But there was a turn-away was halted but It wvas evident
Iits crowd of 3,000 on hand here last Isaac Kresch's protege was a
eIlht-lifting-Ti.nyCharles night to watch Vinci perform ils soundly beaten lad.
MVntei of York, Pa, st a wlone quite a show. ederico last night displayed
Mark in the bxntam class for Four times he failed in attempt- more effective punching ability
fte snatch event with a lift of ing to lift lesser weights. Then than he has in several years. He
223 poundS. he brought the crowd to its feet was cool and unhurried from the
h-encing--Veteran campaigner screaming as he easilybalance open lateing gon and wasted few

Seven wins against a lone de-fie received a tremendous rouna fighter.
bat. The loss was to Mexico a of applause. Colon businessman Feliclano p.
4 -year-old star, pilar Roldan, Lon Spurrler, Mail Whittiel Segtra donated the winner with
ijTr finished with a 5-3 record. and Arnold Sorrell all finished a gold plated statuette of ae box-
i Baseball-he U.S. team whip- second In their heats in the er.
Eed Mexico, 5-1, and the Dom- 800o, but they obviously were Carlos Watson, 133, stabbed
i Republic turned back Ven- under wraps and one of the out' a V six-round unanimous de-I
uela, 4-3. trio is expected to win in the vision over Marcial Molinar,
eu nhe s 4 n. finals. V1, in the evening's only dull
1rack a'd Field Ernest The girl sprinters winning bout. .
rtop, U.C.'s leaping ..ena, their heats were Alie Fag, Is Manuel Prescott, 1242, was a-
pen' sews Gtme a reo abel Daniels and Mabel Landr wded a split decision over a
I. msew aui s ruo wit m -fet, The U.S. mensprinters to winvasly improved Chocolate i,
entn won hihumpwithx ft a s e e 12,n the most thrilling contest

e econd tnhe U.S. teambqual- om ,ad a ea smith of a the evening. These two boys
itnr of Argentina won the) inm In the high jump, HermanfWY-n prepeYln stoar toe totoe and

tall-The U.8. women's baseball team s idle. seconroun n the open
Woms ck-Be.t S-ignal Tomorrow Affemoon;

on the ages a anal Zone ans will have an
E the .preview of the Balboa Relays
,i6 Ien Ta WU. elve InnumpngI as the of BHS and JC
ea of th men's m elmoug track has been on10mtr, s

enIFIC ,TWLIGHT LEAGUE Bob Glud led the winners at an Individual basis fr the pas
n the plate with three hits in four season, both teams will be out to
-eter runs; swaldo Jutand tripezf good forwmen. a free Itaan din- do their best Ray Nickiher, J. Won Lost Qlenn was the slugging Star of pion, will be defending against
ucky Strike 3 3 run and single In six trips to have surpassed 46 ft. in this ear-
,nerican Legion 3 2 the plate. The home run came ly season. Curtis Jeffries, JC will
omnal wth on n the sixth and sent defending his interscholastic
.the game into the six Canning pole vaulting championship a
I UNAT'S RESULTS hi gave him an Atlas Garden wportuith this caliber of compeartia- l
SItalian ners "on the house" tvon Junior Collegf the Balboais depending t

Ditler l 6 double winner r the day having the edge in the running
Sa nd relay events, however, Bruce
73 al' twelv e Innings hom a U. will ve JC a big aboa Sta-

I trSUNDAY'on In RESULT first WOgavehim an Atlas GardIen Withurdleis caliber of cojumpet-. P

95. th Ptt pacific TwiliEht Spectator are asked to renhain h

jeanL unUeie-Lii a mUUL ZouLr
bouts, to scheduled to make his
farewell performance' Sunday
night (March 20) at the Colon
Arena against classy Cuban wel-
terweight Antonio "Tony" Ar-
menteros in the featured ten-
round main event.
This will be the third meet-
ing and "rubber match" be-
tween Brown and Armenteros.
The Cuban deelsioned Joltin'
Joe Dec. 12 but lost a" return
match on an eight-round TKO
on Jan. 12 of this year. This
fight will be the clincher in
their series.*
Armenteros and his manager,
Manuel Castro, are scheduled to
arrive at Tocumen airport from
'Havana via Braniff Airways at
9:50 tonight. The Cuban will tra-
vel over to the Atlantic side to
begin the final phase of his
training at the Colon Arena to-
morrow afternoon.
Promoter E~rique Martin to-
,day announce that Armenteros
wil box a three-round exhibition
against up-and-coming amateur
lightweight Herbert D ou g las
Wednesday night at the Colon
Arena during' the scheduled
amateur bouts.
r .* -"4


NEW YORK, March 14 (UP) -- as the Indians pounded Pete!
Slugger Ted Kluszewaki, off to Burnside and Al Worthington
ne of the best spring starts of after Sal Maglie spun four score- '
his career, may be switched from less frames in his spring debut. -
cleanup to No. 3 in the Cincin- Shortstop Dick Groat of the
nati Redlegs' batting order in Pittsburgh Pirates and pitcher
an attempt to aid his assault on Frank Shea of the WashingtonI
Babe Ruth's home run record. Senators came through with sig-
The 240-pound first-basethan nificant performances in other
batted third for the first tithe Grapefruit League games.
his spring yesterday and blasted Groat delivered his second
triple and a two-run homer game-winning hit in four games
o lead the Redlegs 'to a 6-2 when1 he singed home the wi-
ri .ulotfr QtB a Lois Car- nlng r1 In th 10th Inn i a
nals. -the Firt.s shaded the Pl:l -
Kluszewski led the majors last phia PhUlles, 4-3. A r jetl0g
eason with 49 round trippers serviceman, Groat hit .248 for
and 141 runs batted in. the Pirates as a rookie in 1952
GeneralManager Gabe Paul and seems certain to reclaim his
of the Redlegs has predicted job. The loss was the Phillies' TONY ARMENTEROs
Kluszewaki will challenge first. TONY ARMENTEROS
Ruth's 1927 mark of 60 homers Tw' .. ...
this year and is eager for Ted Shea, who suffered with a TWO semifinals and a our-
to stage a fast start. Klus- sore arm and had a 2-9 record round preliminary complete the
zewski's timing was- off last last season, pitched six score- March 20 program. The main
spring and he hit only one less innings nningsas the Senators semifina pits improved Choco-
home run during the first 10 beat the Kansas City A's, 7-4, late II against hard hitting Lupe
days on the National League in 12 innings. The Senators Panchonat 128 pounds n a six-
campaign won the game in the 12th rounder. ....
Manager Birdie Tebbett's rea- when rookie catcher Steve .The other semi-windup is
oning in switching Kluszewski Korchek doubled with the bas- sted for six-round also. In
o the No. 3 spot-at least for es filled. this one sluggers ankinBar-
he present is that Ted will Manager Casey Stengel watch- rows I- and Marcial Molinar
ome to bat more often at that ed his New York Yankees bow will swap punches at the 135
post than he would at cleanup, r a for a fourth straight time a pound w eight t.
hebbetts used third-baseman spring record for the club-- The preliminary couldtturn out
eay Jablonski at cleanup in the when the Boston Red Box scored to beeven better than the semi-
witch and Indicated he may a 4-2 win behind the five-hit finals. PromisingClaudiMari-
refer to have the rugged right- pitching of Leo Kiely, George nez. Isidros brother, makes his
wander bat No. 4 behind Kius- Susce, Jr., and Hector Brown pro debut against 118-pounder
ewski just as he did behind Mickey Mantle's hitless score was Kid Zefine11In a four-rounder.
tan Musial for the Cardinals extended to 12 at-bbas and the roNERALAD [ISSION
ast year. Jablonski hit .296 and Yankee centerfielder's 'strikeout ONE DOLLAR- -
rove In 104 rudns total rose to seven. General admission for this ex-
Wally Post and Johnny Temple Catcher Harry ChAl drove in cellent programnwill be only $1.00
ilso homered yesterday as the four runs with a single and horn- (one dollar). Reserved ringside
Redlegs cracked the Cardinals' er to lead the Chicago Cubs to a seats are valued at $5.00 fivedol-
hree-game winning streak and 10-4 triumph over the Indians' lars) and general ringside $3.00
boosted their honier output for B team; shortstop Harvey Kuenn (three dollars).
,he spring to five. Only the and rookie J. W. Porter homered
leveland Indians, with' seven, as the Detroit Tigers pounded i C, l
ave hit more. out a 6-2 win over the Milwaukee RotaryV jl talgerts
The Indians, who've finally Braves; the, Chicago White Box -
roken the spell weaved over survived ninth-inning homers-lby [
hem in the World Series by the Duke Snider and rookie Chicoe h rdo tigd0|t|
ew York GaI-ts, downed the Fernandez to beat the Brooklyn /
hamplons, 13-, yesterday -to Dodgers. 6-5, and the Baltimore The Panama Rotary Softball-
ake a 2-1 lead the 18-game Orioles defeated Birmingham of ers strengthened by the addi-
pring series. Catcher Hank the Southern Association, 8-5, n tion of several iecutie players,
oiles and Larry Doby homered other games. scored their second straight win
and ran their consecutive games
won to two last Thursday de-
ocen00 t or l th rede eb eating Blu de la Mater's Fire-
ksl 910 mm -000 mm mm bl, Pmen Insurance lads 18 to 15.
FI1reddl l m ad m o lme th en Managed by remote control by
SeI Iob of the5Spihing -ru Dick "Casey" Dehlunger (he was
InlrlJ-r r--'e "e or oun Lattending a Little League aome
mourn ur hodnearby) the Rotations edged the
SInsurancemen 18 to 15 in a tight
-- u- pitching duel between Bill Wgg
and Lefty Lacey.',/
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE too blanked the hard hitting Sey- The Rotarians fielded a slug-
Second Half Team Stadiag mour lads. pring team composed of the fol-
W. Lk at. Freddy Huddleston started on lowing players and will be out
pur Cola 4 0 LOO) the mound for the Seymour for their third win today at
ibraltar Life 3 1 360 Agency, and he was touched for Beer Loon Park,nAe u"RT ir_ "
eymour Agency 3 1 .750 five runs, and perhaps would Abad, "Ai.dPro iBm Wil,. o-
inpoln Life 2 2 .600 have won his ball game If It W syy" Fled b e" "artolo. wt.l
police 1 4 .200 not for that dread disease "base- "Banquer" B l ichmlfdt' Ird
ks 1414 0 5 .00 -on-ballitls." 'Pan uiquo" errdt, ioe
.-k-41- IFreddy had to leave the scene "Helado"'Ieh Herb "Casan Ue-
Seymour Agency 5 L L Ue because of the pitching .rules, va" Newhouse, "Twir i. te"
In a thriller lst Saturday, andthat set the stage for young Len Hale and "Dancing Bo"
eymour and L "S -it _te Mab_. who displayed that he Mercer.
ing rs 3 a ge and fortitude In an emergencyD C D--
ent extra im.. to blim was linger can call on "4= -N' ob
Called beca f S j e 6n mInel! hit, the next Worsley and D "T N Mlan"
In the fT-,11MS. wnajU.own a perfect bumt MeeFhone.
iour jumped 7 WI _VA -, gE u 3& OS peered to a vpgme brakto. dw,,
tthis stage ,M1k,.e-_.. t-e .onyo 4
as called ins l' 5& SL- mm thle ml comeoutof mslwhute
tching chores the Dubul bit a ball sn- aione a

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run back the
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aluow a single
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Cops Weight-Lifting,

Fencing Championship

Maintaining Haleah as a class track represents A most try-
Schalenge. Greater Miami still attracts the worst, alog'wI
the best The resort is particularly appealing to 6hoodlum
fringe In 1abo, a singularly influential element. As ithippena,
not all- F ta Politicians are allergy to influence. I the ca
Ispresent4, with sufficient persuasion, there isn't Wanyoe they
wont' go tb bat for.,
This is an aspect of local raceia, which Clark saw *o point
in Fxlorings at the moment. IM testimony would
superfluous anyhow. Even newsboys.on street ernaers n hsje
must be familiar with the intimindahth pressum autheUtles and
others eert n h behalf ofthe antgi.aristocrsy.
The highest tribute to Clark' long-time administration .ls
that Hialeahs poncles became Increasingly 4electtve .jd string
gent year byyear. It would be a white of words to remark th
this is also very high tribute to the gentleman'spersonal cour
a1e and character.


will ever get caught with his naivete showing. Also, l.e doesn't
look the type you can push'around.
AS to Clark, he's going to concentrate on his uudd ve-
tismg instruments; including foreign outlets, Which Haleah caus-
ed him to neglect somewhat. For-kJcks, he'll continue to breed
and race a modest stable.
Charlie MeAdam, named after the newsaper.n e
barker, and winner of a division of the Flaminosr .ta & te 'i,
is the sultan of Clark's horse Beraglio, e
"Miss Zb.y, dam of Summer Taa, is carrying fa
Clark delihtedly revealed. a t -'by- -'
Shortly after the colt scored in the Flamingo, Clack refuse
an offer of 100800 for him. This d notseem to Cbealtogether
bright since the colt was on the small se, and a lk didn't salhe
his own money e0t of tree. L ark dn hake
"Why, I .o6duld never sell 'Clark ...Iai. ."Chak
would neverspeak to me again Clark e aind. e
The gentlemn sincerely meant it, too. In i book anybo
Can make money. Making friend ,Is something 'else.

Blakemere Posto-Pos1

Wi nner in Track Featr

Jose Malnleri's classy four- 2-Vedette *, 340
year-old English-bred bay horse 3-NeisclIffet.2
by Niccolo Dell Arca-1halasa t Seond'bi 6 4.. -'
yesterday sped to a post-to-p st e "" "4.60.
victory at the Juan Franc race IGT .AU.N
track in the featured $1,000 one 1-High Heaven *280 2s0,210
mile gallop for Class A and B 2-Fahl T6 2o
Imported thoroughbreds. 1 deGa `.40. .
Blakemere, under good hand-. Qinl ,a:c $3.0
ling by Virgillo Castillo. stepped NINTiiRAC
the distance in the locally fast I-Fols$1g8, .#^,4.80 ,
time of 1:40 4/5. The fractionalb 2-Bradomin $3.20, 2.4
times were 25, 49 3/5, 1:14 4/5, 3-Kloaco $5. '
1 After getting off to a good TM='R. AVN
start, Castilo hustled his mount -Blakemere $5. 2.80; 2.4
to front immediately, Jaqulmazo,' 2- ,ing's '''$3.60, 3.00
third choice In the betting, was 3--ovonder$4. '
not as fortunate at the break., i--- M d,,,
Jockey Hector Ruiz fell of Ja- _Takeawa$440 3.00
quimazo right after the start. 2-Lady Dancer' .401
Relampago II challenged the r .a. n __ e_- .
pacesetter during the first half -, -
and when he threw In the M, ar ri_ tt i
sponge, King's Prize took up the, rll MlW'M lV
chase. T7he Prim moved up W
gamely when called on by Jose as Tn
Bravo but Blakemere staved off lapst IU IK
his every challenge to score by' a i ,;
fNul length with something left. iamrk N XIiX Ma IUV
er than usual In the early
stages held on to outlast Relam- The annual Mercut o-uve
pago II and Vulcanizado to fin- watch tournament in s=hedul=
s a poor third six lengths to underway, at the Sm t
behind King's- Prize. m d Cu
Blakemere, which wont of the n uio y t rol
mutuelis choice over heavily layed W n Mond u
backed King's Priz, 0, .returned 10 tanl t of f
$5.60 per win ducat. 00 ere w b
Jockeys Alfredo Vasques, Bias Past the
Aguirre and Manuel Ycaa. were have m er
the day's top riers with two vi the meal fga total oo
tortes each. ning MaMI .. 27
The dividedis: for the fbJ
SRACE male ql
1-Pi-l j6, 3.40. 2.40 n et
2-Lot OTrouble $3.0,2.40 mbe r ue t e

2-aumbers $3.00 There w3, ba.0
3-M 2ngo f2.4a. Fight ve atnderno&D
1h'st Doubler gj4S. the men, m dain a totalOf -
la, ACE male qualflea, elm
1-Coral $$.UJ 114M, 2.20 Beautifu Juvn.1
S^D nSS .40 beul'venito the

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MIAM BEACH. Even In the a por
we and p-rfor rao .-as measured by Chiw ,
ards of the eaty do-,a-re usu ea d.-'
trinsle value, the retirement of the head k.';! n i
touches of any ory of laudator type &M totl
.A.d tj tay be putting it on a mite thick to ay"
In the Oredl paused In the r.idst oT their vem ftt to
shed a feathery tear when John Clark topped dowan apr deat
of Hialeah the other day. -
Nevertheless, it would be definitely short of tih zaMt to pr6-
tend that Clark's resignation was of minor confiensal .de. 1
no Impact, for the update New Yorker bad se eetabclWbd
himself as both exceptionally able and ineiselmly.
That one need not neeseMarily be beyql 'gt,
to conduct a solvent track operation I* talin .l ted b
the consistent prosperity of the New a i whJlh
have stanchly resisted e tleri e, moderli.and-enfte r
generations. $o one must look I.siW'erel'Jy.CleriW
Perhaps one of the reason. '-A his -npl-nupate
Blaleab was that he'd haW no preflous experience latigjt ga.-
agement. As a matter of fact, he had agreed to seo*Stly ntil
a professional hand could be fitted Into e vacaner. '
The late Joe Widener, who made Hialeah the 1xusuoualy
enchanting picture it Is today, had began to decline n heath
and turned to his young friend to direct e show on pro tem
"So wholly as a personal favor I took over," Clark P01'. .
Considering form, distance and length of service, this most
surely constitute an all-time AAU record for favors. It lasted I
years. The man who was asked to dinner couldn't get away.


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and hero of the 1954 World Series, gets a surprise greeting from
a scalping party of Taos Indians. Before any damage was done,
'he found it was all part of the plans for the opening of spring
training at Phoenix, Ariz.

Ted Kluszewski, Off To Fast

Spring Start, To Challenge

Babe Ruth's Homer Record
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By BHS S.A. United Press
At Bradentont, Fla.
C. ..CizncL "B" 00010004-4 5 1 COLONIAL INSURAINCEBMN Last Tuesday nilht's e

ntm chation of the Balboa ak, Malku. crushing blow of lthe season o Allen 178 1 18
HIgh Schlool and will get under- the Ready Kilowatts from Fuer e 173 1
way t :00 p.m. at the Balboa At Lakeland, la. the d st Tueorsday night wh et l 2
T 0MING m.Braves 00 0000020-2 10 1 the team took three points bs
DA *'8g op wa Preliminary heats In aU Detroit 01101201x-6 9 0 winning two games and pinfall.
evI will be held Friday aft- Buhl, Koslo (4) Allen (7) and teady igh scoring did the trick t. Colonal ue
events w t finals thday mek (4), Herbert (7) and House, registering a 8M9 and Cole a Boyer 201 100 1
iSht. Thus, by moving along Wilson (8). WP-arver. LP- 557. For Fuersa y Lus Eal Besa t Lowande 14U 15 I
inter, the I event evening Buhl. HR-Kuenn, Porter knocked out a "good 579 with a Wagoner 132 09 18
within a two hour program. At St. Peterabtirg, Fla. ond with 568.
A preview of th isear's call- Boston 001030000-4 10 0 Local 595., NFFn held on to 3 M al 3
h er o competition will be avail N. Y. (A) 002 000 000-2 5 1 third place i the standings with
able. to all track fans when the Reds 202 200 00x-6 8 0 a three-point victory over Le- .acal e 3M 1N4E
A15 Armed Forces hold their meet Kely, Busce (4), rown (7) Tourneau-Weatinghouse, a 1o Frangionl 104 12 17 M1
ar this coming Thursday, March 17, and Daleyr Wies r, heater (41, taking two games and pinball. Huda 17 201 10 8
thlBls. BNegr at 7:00 p m at the Bb 5 ta- 4 fKonstanty (7) ana Howard. WP Roy Glelchman was high for Jamln 182 10 1
A at 7:00 u m. -at the aoSt a-Susce. LP 81eater. tHR- the local with 558, w e Bud owen 204 1 11 Sm
CA W 74in practice meets against Bal- auer. Balcer scored a 598 for LeTour- Glelchman 201 182 175
Ad~ N H boa High this spring the 504th neau, followed by Billy Coffey
ou lP.A. Bn. and o there units of the Khamplon Buea e Parker st la up the wVes, At Tamps, Fla. with 576 .
33rd Inf. have come up with a as Ila rstexhibitln m of adoor ww skilar. i t.Louia (N) 000 00 1 011-2 7 0
83number of high class performers. w t al aMt.. 0 0m, powers by moter, I is towf (NO A ) Reds ()202 200 00x-8 8 0 Mutual of Omaha gained one vs. LeTeurneau-Wesjigh ou.
rLast but certainly not least. Lawrence; Miller (4), laylock point on Local 595 for the third Burgoon 17 128 1i7 4l
the Athleti Club, last year's (5), Moford (7) and Sarnl: Bac- place spot by defeatin H. L Klumpp 173 145 10
team champion of the Relays, i ewski, Acker (4), Collum (7) Homa Co. four points. acLane Woodcock 171 15 180.
will present a group ot seasoned NEW YORK -(NEA)-- It's be. Last fall Victor Orlstano, one of and Seminick, WP--Baczewsk. scored high 3-game series for the Coffeyr 17 18 215a
competitors. Sinnink to l'ok as if Bruce Par. the entrepreneurs of t h e new LP-Lawrence. HR-Kluazewski, night wtih a fine 612 for Mutual, Balcer 192 202 206
ker, of Amitvville, N. Y., and as- Sports and Vacation.Show In New Post, Sarn. followed by Dick Colaton with
r-*IWEntry blanks and Informs- sorted watering spots, is fond of York, talked Parker into dusting 605. For the Homa tlesetters, Bill 1 l N
(5tion on the Relays has been water skiirg. off the gadget a gd getting it in At Miami, Fla. Rogers was high with 564, follow- -P
mailed to all Armed Forces He's collected cI o s e to 50 shape. Then they built a 40-foot Chicaeo (A) 102 120 000-6 9 1 ed by Joe Filebark with 533. Mutual of Omm
units, and to all levels of .S. amponsh titles since 135. A circular pool inside New York's Brooklyn 01000001--12 Seymo Agency stood Max Albrtton 1 174 18
schools. year or so ago, he rode water Kingsbridge Armory. Dorsh Martin (4). Donovan Stempel & Son on its head b Luttenberer 157 1
Advance sale of tickets will tkis from the Bahamas to Miami, (7) Swift () and Courtnev Loes. taking all three games n pnfal Welch 0 1
Set underway today. All entry non-stop. in nine and a half hours. When the show opened the oth- odres (4). Roebuck 7) and as Bob Huddleston scored fine Lane 1 21 3
forms must be in the Balboa ow he's taken up water skiing day, there was Prker oingCampanell. WP-Dorsh. LP 10 followed by substitute itch' Coltn 213 3 1
SGymnasium office by 5:00 p.m. in a 40 foot pool-and Indoors at around in circles in a shower of Loes. HR-Fernandez, Snider. Mairkakis with 570 and leks
March 21. Anyone desiring in- that. Lpray, along with a couple of girl with 560. For Stempel Ted 314 .5 *i l
\formatloi about the Relays con- Parker got the pool idea eight ~namps, Angela Landis of Chico, At Tueson Aril. Schmidt rang up 562.
Stct either coach Miku or years ao and built a revolt Caif. and Sue Boss of Miami. Chicago (N) 020 210500-10 12 1 In the individual scoring race v I. Mo.
S4 I i '-- Anderson at the BalbadoGymna- cotrspon -a long steel arm Indians a"B" 120 010 000-- 4 8 3 for the 1955 ABC Individual Thels 1t6 10 11
alum. .mounted on' five horsepower They had to share the pool's Jeffcoat. rosnan (4), Zick Champion of the Major League, aumer 181 1 183
?HR, V P OPe QI r 'O9 motor- to tow him around. But 40,000 gallons of water with a dog- (7) and Chitl, McCullough (7i. Billy Coffey is still ahead with Cp 174 13 1 3I
SO VER PROWP DSTINCSI7ON 1ET A sit never got laiehed. and-duck retrieving act. But any- Meyer, Hoskins (4), Pltula (7), an average of 198. followed by Rogers 201 200 18
hey called it Prker's folly,"thing's liable to happen when ou Ratago (7) and Averill. WP Ted Melanson with 196. Bud Filebark 11 162 I
he recalls. go water skiing indoors. Jefcoat. LP-Hoskins. HR-Chl- Baler, who dropped from 200 to
I1 1ti, Regalado. 196 two weeks ago with his lowest 3 7 3
til e r itPANAMA WQMAN'S GOLF .score of the season. is in second
a a t e Indians "A" 000 021 30.--13 17 5 cation knocked him out of ell- e ranata 136 1 0 17
Cleo Burns with a i79 took low N. Y. (N) 010 300002- 8 8 0 glbilit, since he will be able to Dalley 19 177 14
edtrSaturday at the PWoA etourna- (81 and Folles: Maslie, Burnside of the seas nB of 2 the echlt 17 20 1
ment at Gamboa. (5). Worthington (6) and Wes- minimum of 56 required. Schmt 17 18 17
Other low net wlnneras were: trum, KItt (6). WP--Wight. LP- oe 1 '
Pat Waring 73, Evelyn Judson Burnside. HJR-Polles, Doby. The leading bowlers of the
S3,J Peg Johnson 73, -'uth league are now:
Che r t Penny Danniell 4., At Ft. Myers. Fa. (1 Inulns) Sue 138 nw:' -e
Ann Little 7, Connie Bishop 77, Phillies 010 010 010 0-3 13 0 Name Games Ave. ermann 18
Mae Askbw 78, Edith Matlilson Pirates 401 001100 1--4 14 1 Coffey 66 198-5 icks 10 17
7e, C. Olickenhaus 7, Bar GM greenwood. Meyer. (4). Qual- Ba ler 2 0 197- u g I 8 I
Rhodesa 7, Rae Hughes 80. Il va ore M e, eaan le q, u Melanson- ooal 196-46 Armst 14 10- 11
CUrpte 1 and ..ce (7): Thies, Purlev (5). Klng (7) Wagoner 72 196-1 Huddluton .26 20
81. .a..."~nd Shepard. WP-I ng. LP- Colbert 63 193-42
other hn t eh gI b l4 p sQualters. I RR-Lopata. Beat 70 192-63
Extra 'a-incetie" e fr Colaton 66 191-24
was provide by Cerve .iac At West Plm Beach, Fia. Gletchman 69 189-51
Sc hor ad'the National Di stil (a1 Inin Filebark 60 187-14 M
lers who donated beer, scotch Renators 010020000(103-7 14 2 Huddleston 72 186-40
and rum. Athletics 000 000 003 109-4 9 1 -
Gamboa was rough going Sat- ONE HAND, ONE FOOT.-AaAua Landis of Chioe, Calif., bas Shen. Ross (7). Ramos (10) The present standings of the Victor Masr. In
urday with the woman's tees for splashy ndooeer water ski turn in New York. (NA) and Fitzgerald. Koreherk (l): teams are: PTI
lengthened on most o( the holes. Portocarrero. Di tmar (7), Otster Ts A. Ao 5 S
some of them were mental ha- S(1) and Astro WP-Ramos. LP- Teams W L Ave. Also: James W Mter Ia
zards, shooting ov er thef pond, Oster.C. Insurance 74 21% .776 I WS A
between trees to greens almost pj wt g sl Fuerza y Luz 55 41 .573
ideau of the difficulty of being a HARD TO BEAT M. of Omaha 46 0 .478 IDAL Td .,
male golfer. However, we didn't 8. Agency 41% 54V .432 Robert Mitchum
lose any gals out there so guess SECOND HALF STANDINGS two wins this week to gain pos- MILWAUKF (NE 41 H. 7. Holrn Co. 41 55 .427 SECOND
t rwa' tooad. session of first place. It is hoped Coach Jack Nagle's Marouette LeTourneaus- Glnn Fd in
For breaking her own course Won Lot Pet. that all teams will be at full cagers have at least one victory Westinghouse 36, % 59 .380 *Appmntment rl emWinga
YPAl-Ml record, the Gamboa Golf Club oar .......2 2 .500 strength for this Important over every opponent r laved nce Max R. St pel
presented Ann Little with an en- Pan Liquidol....... 2 2 .500 wek. 1953, except Michigan State. Son 36% 59. .380
^^^^^^^PPne Blbd~in- o.500 Tae k. 18on & I S A I g5 ^S III I$ 59 3I 81 0n
lfg1Iiraved gold plate to attach to Baxter's ... .- p.. ica... 2 2 ie o S o 500
the plaque they gave her last firemen's 2 .500

PAU ALS ta theqfi ga.ttepa#1a double win over the once OFFCI L IS O T E ATON
w O Rexre t: extra mellow and extra team.Fire- PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
: flavo e petlymen's p n daby 8 to after the. long a- Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1879, Sunday, March 13, 195
fla v4*" pertlytpacked intop the Lwaited appears of Bill!
SAh *gtt. tA .it' true that people Schmitt who took up consider- The whole ticket has 44 pieces divided in two series "A" & "B" of 22 piece each
Sable l In52 the Rotary inl00d O

who moke PAKJ MALIS aqure an Then again on Thursday, Ro-
Sr otary took Foremen's by theo score Fo reme', by t s
rfof 18 to 13v Lacy added two F P i 9 5 $ 4 0
"' amho .' home runs this week to pull up
o the By SANDY SADDLER who dd not have any. They Second Prize 0410 1 3, 2 0 0 0 0
-[ : / ".Writio for I vi/ce each have hit 8 homers sob far. !? F r P 9
I aett ,. ., sti,,.-. -- th Fiemn' "eam 2 2o2i0
I ...:, o,, ro.. h, s. ed- Third Prize 2220 s a, so 0.o o

walloped Baxter's by 20 to 6 and
n Lt 1Con Friday. Baxter's turned the P.. NN ame. Pa e as s*r,
tables and beat ,anm Liqyldo by -ea o es teeI e s '1. Ne pian Ne. s uss Ns e P1.5 le. P.e a n
''u o 1m tO 6. ur n zsw min e s iem usi 25 iels I*, dllsw se
It is understood tht Ace Col52 12.5 252 1 2 A 252 132 5 52 15 913- ls 1 3 2.5
more crucial games come. 2 21 3 2.25 122.66 6452 121.66 E1412 122.55N.
managers of Pan Isiudo d 122.5 2652 122* 2052 :22.5 4s52 :ii* Us s :a2.. 6su tl. e a 3 I
ule that ent hato Chribrefor 5552 122.55s 33 as13:55231 12266 2 ss2 ases 4a51. es66 5553 *as" 2 a2* 3
two games this astp week.
Monday, aw r's vs Rotary Approximations Derived From First Prize
Wedeniday, Pan Liquido vs
Fird, remen's Insurance 'na nIe
Friday, Firemen's Insurance 544 4.5 546 4. "
All the tehms will be trying for ApproxiualioRs Derived From Secod Prize


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anentyouI US Economy Improving, P
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'Paulson). W'IGN, March 14 (uP)Ch Paul LiDouilas (D- York Stock Exchange in l ,"

the s te owipts of uncertainty in the TheS te (Republi an1 fll Wkie e he h i ar-
arbat to thoe econom;o

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'Paulson)i aB1IO, March 14s (UP) Chhsm Ptl a ull dollars (D. York Stonk Ec has ne bu 1cee
bc te tre at to the economy y as a o e- ri o, th them ore p t sut.
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4brae the entire crowd, in a ebrouht the lOthe a for the pd .ad ore reradud t
Skovingdo ppgestureknowneto il- .19 5nothe Dl vGrNsne Mr .s ssOr, Et d ard Wlnme s. I G d -d n 1G 1 o. 1 be .
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P Preosoe l os Xo. $mi0lg te ur s s Severai lerente Dopilnons s eehg th nstec markets"

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ShealthI ias been constantly t C n oa eo -. Bee. C- gre s d he o r ced
nosnes'v a en ne n- Overea-et: pas J.e dasa .d Red-tz veet Jaee. Harold ktealest es weeeltand In the re- seemsuasen i o me m thatet o repre t anre Nefdnbe hia ot ope
Stkhof ceatrtis t and hernia 10rthreothadort.S Toews r olks toc perre tr n -
daysago showed no apparent twont oDuglaC eicou te M n, .BMrqar hrh no nl er Ahealthytendenies whenu business ato a t K h
strainfrom two legtyere-Car1 Brownce c hairma ntre, tHerbertC. ThKesode Juanirlbir. -WUl iamTho B s. g ML e .alS ei ha R men orthe Public generally net n.

itnl v i ewas steady uAnd clear merhan Red Crotss. an noun ed'Erc nP. Salkey Clarence Pi-rT sW.E Lun Br. Lera. eR. eares r s, I reee ececmeunduly preoccietncd witur foun t hitaro t. .-
otodasy that the 1955r D ed Cross pote Wio, n V. Bell,oDawson Mi- rcttle and Mrs. .hsreEeredRt t ole T otothtewholeo sommittee, nderatnd old un
as -he recited e e formula of d. inr ave was being extended Jolly, Ad.del Hall, LubWin Ther. mond. CarWin.JumpMu o the w dct e He said "an unsound spe hear o ol lio ipl
Sore n throughout the Zone this week Rs.Vincentd C.t.eLoulsrAske tSupplymBureau:Mt heivotes"adcoldn haeshhen de" b r

i l oSi a through the efforts of an active E. Thomas, Cecil J.Caene dHamilton, .Mellnams. B^- "forced"a uno e ply- h ta thea es i re ath
e a l o p e force of volunteer reresentds- Carlyle Babb, Bryan Brooks Allene BoE. .Ewing, ,L.eH.D -m .aoa Thr te s. be aevoende be rs alo wnapon d to
leader of the world's w425,0001 ,000th in relie W -Re ohe c, w he GOP.l G r n a co said, "o f ar aes reniien wt h heR eeod ,
t ves workin) under the C leader der Arthur, ames Beck les. era, A. F. Yod er Mrs. Ka aryn'. .etra n i e r ao : rs thame eoncs verse and sdohe raret arl os he Nernedoal-t iiddr
ratholics stood at his study win- ship of C. A. Dubbs, general Clev.n Small, JuEscobar.,W N., E.a DorothyE L D Hood.rJ.%t"alne"n- uta preliminary drhavi taeisrea-ig sgna
w for five minutes, apparent- chairman of the drive. Hawish. ero ooer. JuanE nlane Mrs. lendora Do th h Ata news oerceouglaT 1hat may prevent aTe atastro w ol b
mnPtch m PealthytndencieunwhenRbusinessNalDtald Conrdband Contl M t c
enjoying the finest weather Durine rg the first week of the Martinez, Rudo tVh Ri lu a s, seye l Bureau:- ockleMrs. NM r a an Corane d t m couldte conditions" similar y those wd t t the U

e y'the fiery rock. Dorton will be forwarded to the Cm. niThaty services Bureau: ria Georme Daniels Charles work e acting Bc.o l, t- hirh epsnu
Rome since he resu med reg- a eaal for support which is be- Bertram Ram ey, F rederick C ar- ret Bousdan Harry Docke ry,_a l renl,.chm w paPb iclaers, nam do lenr
SOicer window appearances d master areas In the United States Clymer. B. M. Bevngton. Mrs. nt ernal ecurity: -ee Mrs. Ma. cif0c t :de, who are in oLeated In hc2 pable h"naordg a nd eth
y wr driving along the road and in the com theon of the Anne Ratheber. Mrs. L leSchwaA ck. taking the course and BeomiO comn Thebar han el

Ca. here to Kalapana on the man good wor of the Ameri- yes. B. S. ChEsholm. J. BlenzH Cuivil Affir t Bure -Mlcha Gray Ladlsi, have beennu-sked to Where thang, wea oeremadeh reier le
-ont at o7:50 a.m. cheking for en s c htroa Dubbs announce Claude Wade. Mel Walker. G. J. omb ry, Lt. 8. P.Vragln Lt. E. dliam ly at the local Red Cross conemired r anig a hoat mid
n moracko when they felt it ed. Martcein C. C. Rdowb Mrs. Louwse a. hioley, Lt e. Larn t. chapter on Galard Highway me e ethe Douas thes larta be Mor
ines It W u windy and cold. active force of volunteer r G riffon. Mrs. A. D erokanr rermi John Taber. als. C. D. Howel. L adjacent to the Civk Affairs csrouhh twepdireonsplas ipoosiabutaui
S nly they saw la vat occasions, las citors n th-R companyov- Willia. D Blaney, Clark. don T. DalMrs. Dors Etchber. Building either Wedneday or ed by Presldent Eisenhower ao. the
t 00 yards closer to Paho up of the epresenta- Norma Boxll Carmen Hassocks. Mr Anna owell M ihael Among the volunteer activities The deb hould reas

Mnatd oahrdy's specF tacular tves: Angela de Portate. Eid ohell. Gree s. Vog- Mrs. Su W Kuramoto. performed by Gray Ladmtees mIeen tr *II

on about of t miles south EnRineering and Construction Sarah sorth. C. Prescott. J. Ho- Capt. illiam Jones. Mrs. uro- hospitals are visctin. patients In Douhle eraRseuthsr bve h
two^l0 offers hurred back seph RiCker. u etn chel Gandv. J. Muriel Brathwante. G. Rowe. LI- C. DeX Bour. Rexford R. Innias. recreation room. writing letters nrlaaJd, ctie alast
dayand i normed volcano- M. Wat e of Red Crss activities Thompsleane Jones. Thorboue and anon Kepord e toakley r There was a "recession" last into" markteL
which haGordbeen fallen on all are acceptable in the form of D. Robinson. GoveRuby McGowin, W. D. Marquard,- ing small item. deverngmaga- rFulb t dsua theurre
orn ceased shortly before cash or b payroll deduction, t DixonHealth Bured Hunsicker W. R. Mrs. on. M. F. Barr. Robert Rowe. Ior ) dies ue lt a nea ToringonNBC'syouthWL
taamediately to investigated. A. d. Jamieso Mrs. E. Na- oSmith. Mrs. Anita CBowland,J. MI- Mrs. Safety Branch :Mrs. PBeatrice P erv a tanrlatorca'd e peclati -ycholC.h

ce to evacuate belongings BaumbfG. A. Wills. owing vo.M. l- e Hithcock. Mack Baile. Clare J. cher. R. d au men-the mount cash need
ou tht couasd b hand. W. D. oodwin Dowell. A. Eonl e ardner Best Wilfred a onhainRobert omp wards. A. A. An ht e said he hopes the hearings ldlieo open dr tock puchre no
S u o iaunteer workers In carrying the D. R. BMarion, Mrs. J. Bensen 0. Adams, Harold. R. R. Willims. 53 Ru n Shiduction and ill he stabilize th e market, that m reo th. Jaan b
1955 receded eFund drive to emoloyeMrof. wards. Dort B d. o C. An- rick St. Omer, Edward Callomn. Onra" undergone spe ta"ular"

SartBhoua, came In Bennyr M Brow.I Mtea Marie Brauer. Mt. Jesse. Hartram, T. J. 1imento. ar vistimoea prepared for a hieene e 00 GOES FLYING At Pttaburgh, root of
i athe Panama Canal Co.-Canal W ht J. H. dridge, mith, Mrs. R. Plmer re, Charles Davis, A training course for Gray ee s" in the recovery and some i the asret year. ere e a of thi
Zone government: D. 3. Paoluc-. Crawford, H.C. Hotz. T.C. James. Harold Clarke Arthur Bel ave. Ladies will be hel n d n Gorgmes as and industries remain in se. maid most of thae Unj rlli o
three rivera which flow- Mrs. a cCintock. a Do- Ren M. Jene W. A. R. H. omas, Erad L. Durant Hospi be the 8ck. market boom during and rigging" that pre i
ars N e.. t. Panama chairman: Frank Hoh- fin. Vernon 0. CarterClarence Louise Hamilton. Leroy nn through April 1C It has been Marcn-h 14 The lasdect e in net farm In.
maninhugede- L. Pacific chairman: Paul artiramHunter Rafael oseph N. riedlad, D. Dane. t. nounP) Fiby the Canal Zon e tis expected to continue,
fi..used Beck, Atlantic chairman: Ohtan- Vaugh, ugehe Leslie. Herman Haynes, Roberto Walker. A. W. chapter of the American Red but more slowly." That t r e n d
S round, formingley harLoney. Local Rate chairman. rah Consttine Parkinson. Crooks, Clifford L. reen. Joyce hin vessross el. threa aftens the whole economy The
assisted by Harold Benn e aL. R. Bas ue lbrt Dmth. C. bank, Calvin C. Crooks. MlJ. Dan th e lare port es 'expandng (Rosmp.
PAHOA, Hawaii, March 14 Karl Harris: and EmmetaRrave,. Raven.d a Off.e:Benami dred M. Youn, Mi arnel W. CamR- mClasses will the a -had tol d reporter he s as the
A w eruption was re- Mrs. ean Kach and Miss Sadie Hurtado H. Laurie. Mrs. MaRobertsbell, Cleveland Roberts. Pearl morning from until 11 under solution rather thanpred a ,m o
i e a volcano printer displays. J. E. Foser, 0. H. Bartley, A. J. Ford. Cardinal E. cantlebury. the supervision of Go Brit- 000,00000o- ontroin and redung produ.
McKenzie. Edward S. W. Men- Herman N. Watson and C. A. pita rd repohyician and members of t week the worst o th Ne.
t eab wi miles Themajor portion e zf funds dez C. Prescott. Valentine -
thistownrealize from the campsin will Gordon. ln Tud. 0. W. Olen- Personoel Bureau:-Mrs. hr the American Red Cross. They 3. The eommttee favors in
* 6sz 500 refugees from vil- remain inr the Canal Zone for gow H. H. Vickers and Sydney. ly Cozens, Mrs.Elsa Bailey Mrs. will feature lectures on varlos creaming public workea-by fed.
r .threatmnd d-in e Past two use In this sera while a minor nith. DOris Schirmer. Mrs. Nye Nor- subjects relating to Gray Lady eral, state and local govern-
m, k.b,' hefiery rock. portion will be forwrded to the .Cqmzimunity Services Bureau: rms, George Daniels. Charles;work. menls--celudfng aseood, high-ih
* Ponc a St.. Caruo Morigalki National Red Cross wor use In dl- -Mrs. Jesse Gill. Mrs. Shirley Crawford and Mr. Clarke'. All women living on the Pa- ways, hospital, slum c i e a r.
ed Officer Peter L nao0n g said sater areas in the United States Clymer. B. M. Bevington. Mrs. Internal 8ecluity: Mrs. Ma. cific Side, who are Interested In anee. public housing and t h b
ey were driving -along the road and in the completion of the Anne Rathgeber. Mrs. Lydia Re- sie 8chwaraoak. taking the course and becoming like.
29m here to Kalapana on the many good works of the Ameri- yes. B. 4. ChIsholm. J. Blenz, Civil Affairs ureau--Michael Gray Ladies, have bon asked to Where the federal government
'1:50 a.m. checking for eun Red Cross, Dubba announc- Claude Wade. Me] Walker. 0. J. Zombory. Lt. S. P.TNratl, Lt. X. apply at the local Red Cross is concerned, financing s h o u I d
Cracks when they "felt It ed. Marcean, C. C. Rowe. Mrs. Louise 8. Shlnley. Lt. L L. Largent, Lt. chapter on Gaillard Highway ome direct fom the treasury
9udi'nly The active force of volunteer Griffon. Mrs. A. Dougan, Jpsper John Taber. Lt. C. D. Howell. LL adjacent to the Civil Affairs through 'indirect plans as propos.
nly they saw lava spout- licitors in thq company gov- N, Willialpi. D'lman Clark. K. T. Daly. Mrs. Doris Etchberg- Building either Wednesday or ed by President Eisenhower in the
from S. new fissure. It was ernment orlIzation is made Chas. ]Russell. N. N. Bonnick. or. Alfred Osborne. R. L. Snyder. Friday between 9 until 11 am. hlghwuy and school programs.
ut 100 yards closer to' PSahoa up of the f representa- Norma Boxill. Carmen Hassock&.Mrs, Ann a Howell. Michael Among the volunteer activities The debt Umi should be increase.
neturday's Spec t a c u 1 a r tio: Angela de Portage. Epid HoU. O 'eexIe, Mrs. uzu Kuramoto performed ein ad.
tMon about 2Y2 miles south Engineering snd Construction Sarah Forth. C. Prescott, 3. Ho- Capt. William Jones, Mrs. Doro- hospitals are visiting patients in Meamwhile Federal Reserve
We. offices hurried back Bu rnu--Mr.n Faye Mlnton. Jo. gan, W. White. Claris Alleyne. +hw Cotton, Alvin Uracey, rank wards, acttingS As hi "Ie i t thaknsan William .. .Ics me y

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