The Panama American

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

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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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Panama -- Panama

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00684

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I N IIAT A L A it W A Y | I "clt the p le p! know 'the truth and the country is -sae" '4* Abraham Lincoln.
i I .' .PANAA, R. P., THURSDAY, MABCH IT, 1M"

S With Four Days To. Go V J_ LI* L_

Defense Attfforneys Seek I 81i K COroS ruDIIsne


Delay Of Guzado Trial
A NUiti bly commit- commmnlcado, had ahand-writ- on a defense motion Aor thea- e n t a l Sto
ltodiy ar" dly study- ten letter of recantation mur- opearan of three American and U II J I
upaSEscobar and g hionvlq r uaskrhCHUWrHILL DULLES PRESS
Guillerno Marques Bricofor a Informed sources point out, de 9to appear at the trial
t nement of the trial however,. that Mirb's testimony LONDON, March 17 (UP)- WASHINGTON. March 17 (UP) LONDON, Mich 17 (UP)- *
S edP esi. tJo a- mudiehtat rieen*wd tm Winston Chur- -Secretary of State John os- London new
after the ayng of a b arliment today that ter Dulles aid today he expects played prnl the isclo
Mon "d al aen tohessbaeng of brezzoma y the American version of the Yal- thecontroversy over the records sure that the late President
nt Iemon has been sub- brLM 61 o lanamis at the ex- Rooevltsad t te ala on
The tria is scheduled to start staUtated by testimony from pease of the defense, but that pert ahitonference that he hoped the Brlt-
Monday. other witnesses and Miro's own theywill be allo ttet ous mistakes change world history "to O on rence that he hoped the Brit-.
The request submitted by e- statements made during the faca before, a but not drnteifyn The -year-old Prime Minis- through the ages." ish would give back the sover-
cobar and Briceno also contend- to face confrontation with these tlal. ter w11 with President Roosevelt Dulles' remarks on the papers eignty of Hong Rang to China .
ed that Ouizado ha, not been t f witnesses, and Premier Josef Stalin made were made to newsmen at the and that It would then become h n U t
formally charged. eUh p the'Bix Three at Yalta, went National airport as he prepar- an international tree port.
idohse been ordered to Jse N. Lam de IVega, wg bi letowho n t: ed to leave on a Roodwill visit to The Foreign Office, whiteh said SoIk
stand trial for compcity in the speal prosecutor for the state t orroorte pr-enetdeliver -new tWhen the United States gov- Canada. Saturday that It considered pub-
stgand trial for complcyI~n the special prosecutor for the state tstimony eor oroborate1 previ- "w ? te Ro-cad i n v^ -
aunassatlon of President Jose und the Remon family, has tae mt boreter ernment asked If we would ne- location of the Yalta documents
AtonoRemon on Jan. 2 last atedta eteds proe b efor e the case ertheles agree to publicaton, As he stepped from his auto- "undesirable," today would only -- ---
ateoooh Gtthat ahe Mnt no p oeK to trial, but won't be allow- Her Majesty'a Government gave mobile Dulles was asked wheth- say, "we were Informed in ad- .g
The first elon of the trial a used as tools re- t w on the witnpss g their consent. er he anticipated that the State vance bv the United States De- WASHINGTON March 17 (UP) A politicalJ
with thetAssemblymen tg snat eia s ,who wat heR 's f wenthe impeached Pres- "This do5 not, however, im. Department's publication of the apartment of the intention to .I
t miltrates,, will 5t ihdd tfori nWantelreasonste Sin- IdetIs brought to trial Monday. ply that we eept the respon- Yalta papers to "still the furor publish the Yalta documents." diplomatic storm of huricane force was blowing U
t rain .mto midnight Mon- evolving shady deals. s-blity for the accuracy of the over them." rovers to day around the long-suppressed records of the Yal
l~oe~dl unsieons; wil During the waglon-, at which$1de America version. "I expect the controversY, to hns b b ail day around the Iong-suppee eodso h ah
b' e fromS a.m. tIo ulz ad G indic ythe y h When e ve the ful .e o on thruh the ages. Dul- ference where the late President Roosevelt d lt
and from p m. to midnght sembly, Lasso de la Vega, also of the U.11- ublication we will les said softly, munist Russian into the war against Japan.
every -day the trial lasts promised to produce evidence to consider whether any corrections Then the secretary m d over g Yt proved to be good de for the u
show that some .W,000ox-.. are necessary but, as the ciocu- to television and newsreel m- BYalt proved t o h
There Isa possiblliltypr.als changed ha ds in connection pare meant is reported tb extend to crophones. Their armies struck'in the East only five day befor-d
wl be made a de e withthe ass inaton. Pare0 p ages, cannot promise the Raymond ar..s Of $1,300,000 Fraud pan accepted unconditional surrender
blymen have lunch and supper The Assm.', commission on House ny'seoidyY a~ction".." Columbia Broadcasting System. f$, 30,N Fad pnacpe nod
without leaving the buildinia h already ied Laboriteu ner Brockway a- asked him: ".r. Secretary, why The State Department made the Yalta papers pi
wich hou es proce g thir In a of meet d Ch If the British ROT- did you release the Yalta papers TAIPEH, Formosa, March 17 Ist night in a hurr-u climax to a series of maneu
r~hh ue h sam l._ lhe third In a 8440 of meet. e 7l s i h n ah ry u
AssaeMblyaian Ernesto Esteno, parents of a s hdren in ernment w now publish its at this time?" (UP) The Nationalist Chinese y-p
president of the Assembly, was J, xl nli *Junior and entoir High version of te Yalta tims. government was shaken yester-which, like the Yalta record itself, was codusing'
making arrangements today to frs ainlliS with facullyrpresenta- Churchil replied that the Dulles, who apparently had day by charges of a $1,300.000 open to various interpretations
have the solons-turned-magis- t yes will be held, at 7 o'clock government would consider expected to make only a state- fraud, allegedly involving sever- p p
rates spend their sleeping hours o Idelni-tl- Monday night In the Bal. whether any answer Is neces- meant about his visit to Canada. al Nationalist officials and the Also published were the records of the.Yc. ai CO
at the Hotel Colombia, which Is r n f || boa High School sary after It has a look at the stiffened abruptly, mishandling of U.S. aid funds ce where the late President Roosevelt mefritish P
clos by the National Assembly. X, er American doument. He stepped two paces left from intended for building landing ence where. the late Pre. R i
The first matters to be taken ... The. group meeting next week ConservatiVe E. A. Legge the mlcrophones and, hat in craft. Minister Winston Churchill before proceeding to Y
up at, the Guizado trial ill b p e c ube parents of students of Bourke asked whether Churchill hand. he leaned over and thrust nrliim Josef Stalin's uest
the lssue of those Assemblymen -clhthgrade of Balboa Julior would correct the part of the his chin next to the chin of theI The scandal was brought into as Generalissimo Josef al s t
whose fitness to alit In judgement The first of several examina- S.chool. Members of the fa- American document which quot- shorter Clapper, the open by Nationalist legisla- There are shocks and ome .ommtments and results, loa
of thne impeached presoden: ha tions for indefinite employee In culty who will attend will be T. e.d him as saying he did not care for Fuo Tee-chin during a par- surprises for those at home and hve been 'aown. But the d
beenchallenged both the de- competitive positions will be held.- tPrincipal, Harold J. Zier- much about Poles. "I'm not going to stand here ]:amentary session. abroad in the Yalta documents, were secret.
fense and the prosecution. in the Canal Zone Junior Collee ten, assistant principal and boy's "I am very glad that was men- at this time to make a statement It was touched off by reports Germans may flinch to read of Much w! remains so becacH?
zado wa Igndnted on the n Bal s saturday counsellor, and Miss Marie Weir, tonedd" Chuirchill said. about Canada and have a aueS- that the U.S. government has tr. Roosevelt's "Bloodth first y" the documents publiled la
basis of testimony rendered by rning at 8:30, under the sau- girl's counsellor. "As a matter of fact I do not tion like that shot at me," he contracted with Japanese rather attitude toward them and the Ya- lght admittedly were not
confessed slayer Ruben O. Mr bro ri at 830, at all accept the suggestion snapped. than Nationalist shipbuilders for tbe the lete- although they were
and others regarding the sAs- pervision of the board of U. The purpose of these meetings which was made and I think my Angrily, the secretary then construction of 200 landing ships ta plan to dismeme r ed a gvin e mt
isnation. Civil Service examers or e is to acquaint parents with the record throughout the war and stalked straight to his plane, for the Nationalist navy. S Winton will be unhap H ive and comreheasve
Miro has recently attempted Canal Zone. a courses of at udy available in during this period will show leavipg the bewildered Caradlan Legislator Kuo char Sed in pbr Winstonw i ob possible at ti time.
:. Th uml exl, ;Otare heoLegislator- deantedwinpar-ationoa lwhia po w b
eteren- is.th eats eh School and prove with what dep symth w am ad Ae and called for epdHorta0,ItPen
stemployestwahmowithI f- et did oo no veo to by rme O. Yu m The r m w ai berel d exr teri oto n essos to
*T fM ':1 result of"^ *"^^ thIer~lt o cultv Strol' and paens of so- Publish Its own verso ft he1 PlS! vlltd The" Bank of Formosa, the ,hinGetBi~tain5lest bhlr Yal- ande the Soietor Uoncion to j
failn comtapeit potik, ef-" ohmorstr.udents will meet Pt a Ylta secrets "wiout waiting central Trust of Chna them e to a
HIIVR iv feeflve Jan. 23, 19B5. Thaae re- later date. to see. or aaklnft it a matter (dr hhrCC rA rVFarmers Bank of China. the revealedt^l. miirbt itrengBth-wraantJpn
,' .1 ain ,ula on prvde tat person controversy between the two fl iG Crl yMilitary Constructioni Commls-nGra pd.l flea o^'^^ o They show that Mr. ef
da I rePOP-,~ MP

sn f serving under indefin ap- The orientation meetings have countries as to which s the cor- slon of the Nationalist Defense t a Gemi anoe wft thought breaklag Gered
pointments or. at date be given been highly succesful and pa- r an opportunity to file for an ap- ents have expressed their ap- sassins tried to kill Carl Hubert United States aid-all official e prt be-loud the time would be "a goadl dea."
PAHOA, Hawaii, March 17 oropriate examinatle though preclatlpon for th opportunity s0 ni Mhwenncke dut m -r
(UP) A aive iver of glow. the examination announcement to meet and discus the educa- of the first German Free Demo- lged to be mplicated Ume" iw ant n He ws d p concerned a
ing hot lava from Kilauna's latest may be closed to others, tlion plans for their children, craft party, today wlth a bomb reed to enter the war agas Poland at the Yalta conferagJ
(ellsAs-r Ren-.. L FN"Cl CT Hike ri c.o S^ Repubr^ t!ieao" S",poes i n Th Pres..^identtol Ck i
eruption flowed into the ocean on parceI that exploded in his Ber- Kuo charged that government Japng haepubian s poked mea Mr Thoe. Ped entai told ChtheP lsh a
Iawaii's PuaIat al et r is mn-o T T e D gs*ae ongtiln office and wounded his sec- offielals are presently "'desper-lngveilsl out ins to d CoMmrdmR ewasd Salin thae tned Paltah 9e,0g__
ati nnute'wyaweter Iro IShm enrotaryotes a ttepting" t oe upwhenI-w traded the Soviet Union ea wnted a leUst'
andseaipinclad fetemthe te frand.cle il rpr loa



feet into tSe air. y | Schwennlcke was absent from Te Yangtze Timber Co.. had into the wa in the East-e v on to take back to the I
A feroupublishotF thrthough he knew a month before mercans of Polish extract
fewandoparens ofrso-howvversionof heof~is e at the time.hed By ua s nkde Frmostact h e tn Get toYaha t thes Unted utStaina



fountain that spawned the flow was Reports on conferences with The bomb conceal .d in a Dar- last fall to Iduld I0Aericn Stra thea wen ouYld a haat he UnA.dB utb Stl. andto forinU be.
rfnported to have ceased Sttivity I.Drstit aov. eybold and wsth the Pan- cl, exploded in his offCe in the offshore froheimertana S Detats wo have o tohe e ta M tthina bat-
after two days of constant erup- area Canal housing manager on Siamens n*lectrical Corporation, craft for thecuationalisandnay Deora, Roasve'ws actiontende thate* BritiThAmree a pamba to'l
tlon, the proposed rent increases, will where Schwennlcke holds a se- Since last fall, o i t nsc a v. Mr. Roosevn t wa s ctinh on S.- the Bit Thre tambsfado ls
The lava rver, 1,000 feet wide ---. be discussed tonight at a meet. nior administrative position. lyc 16 ha bee dtivClIed, n-Cge mief o f th U Sobin s ewpea PC ieslosisan oti speea
r se a h rg fredwneaf DIN, Marh I7 (UP).- fresh from the fa t in s o the Paraiso Civic Council. a-o of dei r oa f o p to a
pointmnatsal datebW h yoth ol nn n wIl e hdld n Is ety oh oHuaharemd on the itaraet us anr eny. T disputegoes ballot. o .l b.
^ w .^ '"b anoppot unt to^ fil for^ r^ i'^^n AP^ K BERLINsr Mac 17.s1. (UP)-As Ministryr
8trityshaexpreakin thek Preidns cooat :0 s. ina red tohkll arelsuffertd UnitedSat esficals have refcialTed may sbelout d t eantheti ht h rtihpoet eT


ani tfou win Methat egave theit b ith ed.D t ay ita thoegpu ancestral confection with Ire- Also the agenda of tonightS clal injuries and burns when the umentdr e oft ncia s of r .c.ive-aral-lt o le r t a t. ehSaBrtain s proneoneh
earl( ) Monday morning. The lawmakers have medteand is a trifle weak. His prede-Imeetingw over which Ellis L. bomb exploded. She was imme- ndrs fo h e Stali
Witnesses 'aid the lava w a s again that every drinking ple cessors came from Germany and Fawcett, principal of the Paral- diately rushed to a first-ald sta- olarsfromH dred to Soviet Russian obec for a slice of Easter
tumblihn into. the sea over a 20- 9 the land must remain shut Britain and sundry other places, so School, will preside, are dis- tio where her condition was tlong to supervised election ln land.
foot bluff and was slowly forming for the duration of the "wear- But the President accepted the cusslons regardln the Interra- described as "not serious" CommunIisi Sh Ie '- Poland-Cwhile the Brit. ger emerge fr*
* its own delta jutting out into the ing of the green" festivities. rold medal and green ribbon of tonal Boyand Girl Scout move- Schwennicke. who is head of ish stood fast for observers to papers a an occas alo
sea. As a result the holiday now is the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick ment in Paralso, adult night the Berlin branch of the Free o protect an hobneat poll. pant in discusioas, but
The flowing hit the sea about a somewhat scathingly, referred last year. Spanish classes, juvemle delin- Democrat on-tv. was attendln Uemo0y Islan ;, Public opinion in France may diseeralble policy part lfa,
mile below evaeated village to here as a "holiday for the Now he is accepted by on and quency, summer recreation pro- a session of the City Parliament react to the agreement of Mr. how. -.
of Ophikao. It destroyed an old kids." all as an official member of the grams and keeping an dbeauti- several miles away when the ex- iUSe m e Roosevelt and Stalin that France Hi illed notes a
rilroad roundhouse at it swept Only at the Irrish ennel clan. t ying the townalte. plosion took place. sould havel no part in post war fale oer were reproduce
through the cd a fields amnd 0rish Club's annual dog show in the o-n TAIPEI, Formosa, March 17- administration of occupied Ger- revealed nothing as to t
o the coatl plain but did vot hit Ballabridge suburb of DublOn hly;,,.. -,: (UPT )- Communist artillery on many-although France m i g h t, fuenee-great or smal-whltk
any inha d Iea. could hard liquor Jbe faund. l '' '" Amoy shelled Nationalist Ch- perhaps, have a zone of her own may have had. -
The aBpetatulpr steam column The ranks of dog-lovers swall- '. : o"n nose titions on little Quemoy as a "kindnss." Charles E Bohlen, then at't
s a fro' the m' ed over ht ila d early today, but caused Churehill defended that sstant secretary of state
eirty of i, mle to thee north.i Througout Ireland St. Pat- i a Gv1a "l a 4 9 '-lx dIhoc nth o damage.er France resume her place in post- L*. S. ambassador ot the fN
west, where residents gathered in rick's Day was observed with The Nationalist military in- war Europe He said he had to I'nion, was the pripa
the street to watch, sorting events, dances and f l formation service reported the r-mk of the time when the Amer .tutor to what
Even as the lava hit the sea, patradeb n at me-v Reds fired 14 rounds from big plans went home (in "two year,' tie-al record far from o
sharp eartluake shook new a- Meanwhile in Washington, guns between 10:15 and 10:50 FDR told him) and Britain might He served at Y
* reas of the Ptma district and volw President Eisenhower wasn't a.m. without effect, need France again as a defense Roosevel't interpreted.
canologit Godon. MacDonald said without a shamrock on St. Pat- frshfrmthfr oJ mm a hwini l Tbhe shelling was the only In- againstt Germany. some of the other .T
they may goly new enruptions rick's Day. He received a big client to break an otherwise Publication of the Yalta papers were not mace availDa
somewhere else ailosig the -mUe. shipment of them directly from ,sa hIECnf t s i n of quiet day along the *150-mile is- trwomfse some lively dev elo p- Sboae Department l
long es ro rift of famed KfE lau Ireland yesterday t h "'' s l and front in the Formosa ments. tSLe documents as
ea volih7t:. 'tThe sham rocks were preseht- el s ftra- t. The Overale Y allm storo, the (Contitnue on Page n'
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eayo .e'rahve ule l andisatrifeweak HISS m ,ieyd olrr uGives Local Rate Civic Counc
Withe ms idothelat the lateeryo r ilase bo le mels.

t'umblger.t o e. hndms eouseo f i Pla ns For summer Recrei on Progr
e.bupton d hoM asl o tormin o the-du rat on oft Congress H "war Bu General plans for the Summerd be based on the Interest display wnds under restriction
sNoe -Ba Sa Ruetles lt. '.the h teldynos3t c h eFin ,.rt OIo grofS .Prndri "ta l r ". S a of s growc in all of Ireland school of the Cal o whah r eentatves of the Boca Civ. to the shoe pa
meie O b serl.o ----v--tedthraa"oiyf te No se Arpil 1 this year, were an Fc Council, Sybold confirmed re- tad been raquesttd at ro
of OidingsanItd[estroedano ld kidsr, ." l a n fiia eme f h gas n eeig.n,,,t- eealmle wa hn h e-C us o.a ag oseet.n tai ta
railroad~roundhuse atGfteswept OnlysatothetIrihummerl clan.sed thethew Interplosion took pace. shouldehavenotpart in pos
thougn-B as iels nRu m l ub'sannaler dogshw Ire AtIPIFon rmosraMadrc he1-adiitration ofitsccupied
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Snounced yesterday by John S. ports that consideration is being met.
Executive Says Whlis Tno Spin eybold at the March meeting given to the closing of the sheeArrNees hav
A E .xe v. Says with Local Rate Civic Council etion of La Boca Commissary tio mo o and
wAINGT., .rh 17, (UP), g All~ n'morrNw ..... reres.nt.tive.. Rupert Wl .on, a.LaBDor eo Pr .
-- Fdarua Jr., C i(ua )Ati ", The Physical Education and Re presentative, requested that the eetlocat la te
dpartment ,ter eug Jr.,C ,sand At tt CoInoc re ation Branch of the Schools DI-.closing be delayed until the edar n d, to "
fcia rter oh e ,ene .iv.. At B eit Cino ..... viln will conduct a varied pro- ol the .ear. an/d nl when th
raeAftert a.hotme '*r DIth n be rou -Pram of activities during the Seybold called attention tol torn dow t, ma
guae o M ailb a- three-month vacation period, plans already annual for the1 new aisia.

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THIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN rcAnsimmable forc e about o meet l
l.cad on inside labor George L ou
SAeL any and Dave Beck seem to be had
squaring off for a showdown fight. sta
It', a battle neither of them nis
want-foa both know that before Irad
.1 is over it could reach into every rea
SThe Mail Box is on open forum for readers of The PanamaAme rican laba, ary n ustry, and divideme
Wl I o or* received gratefully and ore handled in a wholly confidenti ,br ge conflict isove r the coming Je tire
morner. adoption by the Teamsters Broth- \
if you contribute a letter don't be Impatient if it doesn't appear t t rl.ood of the turbulent Internation. t
nest dey. Letters are published in the oider received. a o Longs ho reme n's Assoola.
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length. ousiL ngsho rem then's AssooL a. i
Identity of letter ,writers as hldin strictestconfidence. in, ousted rra the AF Lr 1953 ^ i td
SThi newsoper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions by the federation convention or san
OX sarci leStter tra readers.aot y wu o being r acket.ridden use
emeessred in etters from readers. The Longshoremen's Union will blo
--- direct in a short order convention
PADDY'S DAY late this week. They will enthu ks c
,stically approve the merger withpe
bSir the Teamsters. They will go into Ind
e Me red th r. Beck's union pretty much as Edc
Little did Saint Patrick imagine, when he wandered through they wnt ot of the AFL-with a And
thq shamrocks ver 1500 years ago, that his birthday would be few faces missing here ard there. the
remembered wit a celebration of the likes that is to be held to- Thus, some 18 months and $2,. al
morrow night not tonight at the Army-Navy Club at Fort i(00,000 later, those of us covering +
AntEdor. the waterfront w ill find little ea
*This mighty swell affair was postponed one night so as to changed. The AFL national head- / an
tal advantage of a pay day and a weekend night you need quarters is out a million dollars a' war
both together for a real "Paddy Party"... and this is going to stent in fighting the ILA. -W
be a hutmdinger! There's going to be more fun for a buck than John Lewis is out some $455,. con
yuu gan shake a shillelagh at! d0m, which he lent the Longshore.- Ito
The Knights of Columbus, annual sponsors of the Saint ien's Union so rit could needle atr
Patrick'S Day Charity Ball, have made arrangements to just l Mr. MeAny and fight back. Utit wa
About take over the club for the evening and part of the next I he'll get his money-the Teanistei e
morning. Everyone is welcome. Just put a shamrock on your wiP repay him The other half milU- who
lapel Ora bit of green in your hair and join the festivities. lion was spent by the ILA tselo f nI L
Buddy O'Pello's band has brushed up on all of the Irish Airs and sundry forces who threw U
and'wait till you hear Sweet Mollie Malone and the Low Back- anywhere from $5,000 to $0,000 i
ed Car Devil., if there won't be a fancy jigger or two in the apiece. que
crowd. National AFL officers see their pas
On top of that, the Fort Amador Follies will be staged for money and their fight going down eith
the very last time at this grand gathering of the gentry. Those the dock drais--and it can be h
h o saw the Follies at the Policeman's Ball will all be back, and, accurately reported that Meany %
f ed haven', seun this talented group of p erforme, for good-ar .rsom ee of his colleagues see. ,
oen sakes call Fort Amador 5211 and make reservations..,- th T uenmst Longshoremen pactl i
ri Dont let one of the really good things in the way of live as a "slap at the AiL leadership." .g
er~tens nt on30 ther isthm c ome tm and owhile ybou -sit home AFL president Meanyl eelw hvery drea
e t w rntertainmentonthe.sthmus.. t ha ..d.you wletter. onctrongly aboiat all this--a4n ne s i the
complaining g about nothing to do. Take in this frolic and you'l liP. .eerndo. tl tanhs. -oan es i B n k s
n evr regret it. Allthe proceeds go to thworthy charities a n Meany thins mmis in himself e a the itrsa
y By e attending, you are sure to drive dull care away and at h e e r the th st c
S same time you will be helping our less fortunate brothers. r's little profit in prop they inking with Di t the
If there is one thing the Sons of Saint Patrick know how to Ati llS business. But some well ins a the e sou
&iit is to put on a good time. The revelry will be unrestrained. wb d. I speculation ner wa toe b e ro dw he weits
atart y at 8:30 tomorrow night don't miss it anybody the I d;eore en eoe will do n ew that hei .-- i agi
i a is or or the night nothing fancy, now just coat iand t, a be nn hdeep angered c s o the r tes f th
FVoi a bfterno a not kon sole ths pluso prizs e ano. Meany finds himself in a veryt was pressing a call on the business, back in the well-lit babe, says she cannot understand agga
tise r b icMets on eit a t uaersa d ot er.sitive position First, he has Brothers Costello on Third Avenue world, back at Costello's for. Low anybody with good eyes could to
arithn Go B raghn truly become a world figure andan New York the other month, t a beer. he selfish er ugh to take them toriot
S t t heonsoon will take his place on the in. when a neat-'ooking guy with dark Which leads me to the meat of thc grave when a slight operations gg
KOBate aBEACH tcrational stage when he flies to ,lasses ranged alongside the coun- this piece; eye banks. An awful I would restore sight to some living, out
't ....l. "the Vienna tor a meeting of the world's t.r of the country store and saidu(t of blira dd people would seebl minded person, and wishes m e tols',be
Vlies Bnneeach Lover: free labor unions-the International it was rice to se me again. This again if there was more action on write this one loud, and for a im
.. wemlso hera federation of Free Trade in- implied no compliment; B r y c e the part of the living to will their change I agree with Mama. lagi
It was with great interest that I read your letter concerninytios. rman would have said the same corneas to the other living, afterI Anybody who's followed t h i s8 "c
tb. Fort Kobbe beach. I did not know that clyilians were nof Meany thus finds himself pre- to his most-bitter enemy. the party of the first part is dead pitch for any number of years will mati
Nl ed there but then it's not surprising, bui' an other example hearing to go to meet his world Mr. Gorman, after four years ofland cin't use his eyes any more. rememLer that I don't plug for war.
fthe ay the Army or Navy spends our tax money and then re- peers at just about the time the reeling around in the black dark, oIt is my understanding, through ost things, but in this instance ore
tct si4t tmo their own selfish use. Ionshoremen h thrthew out of the had just regained the sight of onetalking withjorma,, that the big In am apply the reak af rule. It ahea
It'$ too bad our commissaries, clubhouses, theaters, and so AFL are hanging new AFL Team- e-%, and is hopeful about the other, block in the leaving of dead eyes i-as not been so very long ago, M
ou can't restricted to civilian use. Maybe then we wouldn't sters'charter s o ti walls but is willing to settle for the one. to heal the living blin is the ob- nat we broke down the reticencet12 a
ave to sland n such lines or wait s long to be erved. He has another problem. He has eis a lot less lonely in the light.~iction of near relatives, w h orcr. cancer, tuberculosis andrU.S.
The .Amy and Navy are welcomed in our plao i however, andI een watching the AL Me, atcut. ryce was a ad accident of somehow fe l that the operation venereal disease. There is still agrees
w grin and baro it. But then can you Imagine walking Into an rs anod Buticher Workmen's a hNew York i oodlumis. He was t called ercleation is somehow a hedge of reluctance around the re- "by
enyr or wNay It alestore and buying something? No, you cannt ion thae I the Communist cor heading home to his hotel one stnesecranion of the dear departed movalw ofcorneas from the dad, lho
t you we tae eugh to even get by the sentry at the red Fur andr ae.ther rkers right nearly five years past when There are al sorts of eye banksci the part of the nxt of hin whomar





or It yo actull a wnder e have We even te to evene rnd The Meathurters haUeni d el t hmsnrsot a faons cn ti
ou a ao t st r ed wou w a at his wi aad. over a great blow dented his skull. He for corneal transplants, and I 'ut sign releases. rcta
rer btedk. s onte (a o se n there haoengsb tohc'bjegrls of theo AFma ecu awbken, but n et to see Some cheer, would like to say here that, as ferrn
SI be o t thef he m ia y, t effici aso bI, mrr muggersn wdoubtlesas isuf- tlis .piece is published, mnr baby Most of the ople who workl Chi
; o it. T sh aef t cse o te w eao utter At they leain from 'a lack of recreational bles are thhe ole property oothe with e ad areuliaid ie he ighiedi ceed
the a e that a the civi lian. n't discriminated against t will be ended trom the A facilities, had clobbered him onI)-wn Society. 420 Oriente Street, tle necessary apers. Inquiries toof ar
24oU., mti- ....empl.yed by the Panama Canal Company. If they defl the council ad take the conk, stripped him of money Sbn Francisco, Calif., as soon as I.t0t Dawn, Socety, at the above
oTti o b* to beaches, do you know how many beaches we iii the ededunionand cloes, and left him for dead quit this sphere. And so arei address will provide all neces. EL
e thre Atlantic side have? Well I'll tell you. The grand The Meatcutters have ignored Needless to say the misunderstoodMama si wth each of us signing scary information as, I suppose, e,
S is th.req this warning and those close to yQuths were r.ot caught, let alone Btr each other. would any clinic or hospital or s .
Pifia is a o l beac h,o but I s under military jurisdiction Meany eleve ne wimove o sus punished. cial orgazatin I
rstripted. As I is ond the open sea and th ereforeSubject to rvend them i the "ext six months Bryce lived in the black for four Mama is pretty serious about I don t want to be heavy about tien
rt nd sharks I am ion full accorded that bathing should regardless of how many m r -n yrs, and, as he told Uncle Louiethis, because she has worn gla-this, but once I wasblind for 15sten
e. e iraltbd th ore. ow ibers they have. SblTo my mind s eye evenses most of her life, and isn'tninutes with my eyesfull of bel-.irea
Th_.'mcod beach is a very small but nice one located at If he moves to discipline the my worst enemy was a friend be-[much better cff than German wh ladorna and it was awfully, ter-.015,
Th ,uis f eO oa,000-member Meatcuttps sLTicause saw him in floundering .e mislays the horn-rims. Butribly lonesome there in the dark .woul
eta point. 1ofcoursealso restr ic due to being wit-for defying the council, how can darkness and I heard his pulse asesheo says that makes it all theeAnd while I like dogs, I'd ratherufens(
the naval aregnow located there. Funny how they picked Ye not move against the Team- a human being And then theimore important, because she take mine out for a walk on a ears
e that spot to.lerectetheiiltstation.ersna u rm
tht st to t thei o.sta i i. o ti a thioersacle qame with the operationsaknows what it's like to be half-leash than do it the other way Ioth
i rd and la st we come to Shimmy eac. T teach i grue, the Teamsters are 1,500,-nand a peck of sunshine filtered blind Me I m 20-20. and the blood.around. s.mA
lJta.ed within the FortSherman area. Though Sherman is now M strong. Tr',e, they are the back-thcough the blackness and now shot won't count on corneas, (Distribted by United Featurerte
ng more than a ghost town what with no one living, tere,bone of many a central labor or-lbryce is back again, back in But Mama who is a pretty wise Syndicate Inc.) 153,
v should this our last hope for a beach remain restricted?. 7nization in hur~dreds of cities. -in I
It lls actually a wonder that we are even permitted to drive ue the Teamsters Union cana
though Sherman tovisit Fort San Lorenso.Perhaps I shouldn'tL t elp win any strike by respecting k uc
bive mentioned that, for now the powers that be may restrictnother union s picket line, thusbc i, IL i direct
I tutting off an employer's supplies. thenS
t seems to me that the area of Sherman could be restrict-1 But ncithei Meany nor his sup.l tII.
taxes that amounting to millions of dollars which Went way with a small international un-oarm1
thebuldng ots post whch is n rwy,theion such as the Meatcutters anna
iFort iand now rotting awae eta t and beoa
a France Field. Indle the giart Teamsters another Walter Wnchell has authorized the editor to state that he never said or meant to exact
So Beach Lover, don't feel too bad. You at least have Far way. re.an ~...A.. ~. ..4. .~...'.. .. I~.


Waterfront Harry But if he suspends two unions
.-_______ v". ith a total of 1,750,000 members,
which ir, turn can join with John
0 PREMIUM GAS AGAIN Lewis' 400000 Miners, there will
I many another union might take a
. ]walk with the Teamsters. A deci-
sion must be made here which few
No Pep complains of paying for premium gasoline and get- men have faced.
r straight gas instead. Why doesn't he-get smart, buy the Meanwhile, Beck's position is
icper %as and,'put a good additive in it? I do and don't have that he is taking in the Longshore-
wrry about any one pulling a fast one on me. men to clean house. He says that
Salso use an addAtive In my crank case oil and am sure these this is the first step not only to-
Iitlves save me a pretty penny in the long run. ward wiping the, thugs off the wa-
NWatirally the odl companies want us to believe their gas and tdrfront but the pro-Commies as
are "complete" and don't need any additional ingredients well, meaning H a r r y Bridges.
the mechanics want the job of taking our motors apart every Bridges' power has been needling
OOen, instead of keeping them clean of carbon and gums by tie Teamsters on the West Coast
SUN of good additives. dundin eawai o where considerable
I tried it and It works! Try it Mr. No Pep and convince industrial expansion is coming.
If. Perhaps this will stay. Meany
Sand he and Beck will be shaking
S-Lotsa Pep lands instead of swinging them.
1 We'll see.


HOTELS INTERAMERICANOS, S. A USAF Announces
+ New Director
The shareholders of Hoteles Interamericanos, S. A. New Director
Are hereby notified that a meeting of shareholders will Of Information
Ub hold at 8:00 pan. Thursday, Marth 17th, 1955 at the
Washington Salon, Hotel El PanamA, Via Espafia No. WASHINGrON, March 17 (UP)
111, Panama City. RepuhWe of Panamaf for the follow- -The Air FOrce announced yes-
kq Purpoes: 'terday that Col. Robert L. Scott
1. Annual report of the President; r., author of the best seller,
S Annu rertGod is my Co-Pilot," will be its
L Prmentation of the Annual Report of the Auditors new director of information.
or 194; Scott flew with the Flying Ti-
ll o r gers during World War II. He
L Election of the Beard *f Directors; succeeds Brig. Gen. Brooke F. Al-
4. To discuss and vote upon any motion properly er of the continental divaon'of
S rought to the meeting. the Military Afr Transport Serv-
.. m ta Pa Ice.


ROME WORK


MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP) -
That cliche about the "sea of mat-
rimony" is more than a phrase
& Mrs. Nbel Guthrie. She met
H ed and won by her
mard sail boat. Dr
Guthrie then a student at sJhns
Hopkns Universit in BaltiM
Md., ws bukiaftt heot wi= e
was introduce to to
be. "He awt me tb w ndiap
ad p pIr b h at, Gth-


say in a I n11 ra a lnmericani 1 uor over i e ai LIIaL eriU iew I rK ost or its puulinhr, or
James A. Wechsler, its editor, are communists or sympathetic to Communism. If any-
thing which Winchell said was so construed, he regrets and withdraws it.
The Panama American, too, wishes to retract any statements which were subject
to such construction. .
Diverse litigation now pending between the Post and its editor and The Hearst Cor.
portion, American Broadcasting Company, Inc. and Winchell has been discontinued by
all parties, thus ending a lengthy controversy.


FORMOSA BY '56 that everyone else-has the same
MR. AND MRS. information.
UNITED STATES:
Though I was blamed for the fall
This is to discuss the raging .% Amurex Oil stock (in 1953) the
controversy (concerning me) be- chief of the American Exchange
fore Senator Fulbright's Commit- ir. N.Y. City (Mr. McCormick) tes.
lee now studying Wall Street and tifted before your committee-that
tihe stock market Considering his own investigation showed I had
I the violent criticism of Senator teld the public the truth-and that
Fuibright's party of Senator Me. the denial (next morning by the
Carthy's' ethics, methods and tae- fum) was untrue Incidentally,
tics, I expected to be the 2nd (or lime Magazine's business section
10th) witness since I was the first t.is week used the story that Amu.
to be wrongly accused-to answer rex investors lost a fortune on my
the opinions (misreported as i.dvance news-but did not publish
cnarges) with my side of the story the fact I was defended as report.
S. This' would be it: ing the truth by Mr. McCormick.
Senator I respectfully ask you:
How many shares of stock (and
in whit companies) are held or Senator Fulbright, why have you
owned by Senators and Congress- r.nt summonei (or invited) the of-
men? Aside from showing their firials of that oil firm to explain
confidence_ (In the market), the wchy they issued an untrue sta&t
Acts of Congress have a deep 'f.- ment-which apparently cost in-
fect on the values. So the Informn.. vestors over $2,000,000 in one hour?
tion is of great interest to the .'Why blame that one me? I
American public. gave the public the facts. Also,
--- why hasn't the Stock Exchange
reprimanded that firm for minS
Now isn't it str*age that the leading the public?
same party--which accused t he
Eisenhuwer Administration a year Tie President of the American
ago-of creating a non-existent de Exchange further testified that his
piession-shatld reverse Itself-- investigation proved that I had
and now declare that there is a never issued a false statements
,iungerous .prosperity? about financial rews Then
v 'y was my reporting called ir.
instckd of inquiring into why the responslble-without even permit.
market went up-,woutln't it beltirzLd a statement? I will show
',irer to inquire why Mr. Adlal advertisements. Senator, in o ar
Slavenson said the toomy was most reputable and respaslbe
ting dena? Semato why not do- publications. newspapers and mag.
line wtat a stock. t is? I main aines-urginr the people to buy
tain that a tip is.ivate informal. I never did that in my life!
tolt for iv e... A public Why aren't they mentioned?
Izoda o af mae news (to an ---
*stmt4 r mere millim It is-has been- -and wil be-my
lAtens) l 't be a tip .. B R,psitm Senator, that the public
chue bftni --k t s aV 4 ie ridht ts all informatio-.-f.
-. ...._- '.- .


connection with this inquiry of
yours Apparently, that is not
your view If it i (and I am
nmistaken) how do you explain this
amazing exchange-from your own
committee record: Mr. McCormick
said to you: "I wonder whether it
w(.uld be appropriate for the pub-
ic to get a list of all the brokers'
customers in Pantepec Oil?" .
Tc which you answered: "I think
'he committee* can be trusted to
exercise discretion about w h a t
they make public in that state-
ment."
Trusted by whom, Senator?
What type information in thfs
friendly inquiry is there-that the
public cannot be trusted with? .. ..
You know very well, sir, that if
W. Winchell's name were on the
list-it would not only be made
public-it would go to a Grand
Jury and the District Attorney;
Then why not release the Pante
pec list which proves my absolute
integrity ? I am not on that lst,
Senator Fulbrnght
i would like to see it,plese, to
findout who is on it, and so would
the (American public.
Mr. McCormiick (a top author.
:Ly on Wall street ) told you that I
was, as far as he knows., le as
d pin. Meaning, of course as dean
as any U.S. Senator. t Seator
Bush (of Conn.) and yuar com.
mittee-still wanted to otow-lf
he could recommend le
. ..The answer Is i sad
mereiledal lear IEiLMr.
McCertmow "1 i V
ting of say that a iSmONN&
dation of tya M t
lawed. Ti, Ma agXRN s
Wefek. NmL- -- n O-


state
it.
Ame
Edita
dent
State
troop
6f.em
Ni
Cinc
Nixo


WASHNGTON Siuaetur of reared. "We warned the wineu
ite DuUs Infoitmed the .Aieri.i- cmmunlt that if thAey-mak
n abassdersa to. .. Asiatic overt moves across into Ldo-
ntribs last week that the time china as they, did in EordA at
i come for the United States to they would rul the r1o1 of 1ta.U
nd fim against Asiatic commu- lion of the United Sinte.f '-gSS&
m. Reporting to the nation by China. Result The ioadlbih.ofat
dio and TV this week, Dulles that overt move by the Chi..
affirmed that position. Cominunlsts has been reduced
He did not, however, outline the very, very definitely." The Chi.
ants and methods by which we nese, menwhide kept moving into
to stand firm. Indochina.
Earlier this week, I took the lib- rme Unwarm-Perhaps the Reds
y of suggesting the means by remembered ar. exactly contrary
ich we should stand. fir in the statement made by Elmniower
ent: namely. by adopting the on Feb. 1o, two months before
me method the Orientals have Nixon's warning. "Noonecould be
ed against us-the boycott- more bitterly opposed to getting
ckade t. he United States involved in a hot
he Chinese have used the boy- war in that'reglon than I am,'
L time after time against the said the President.
sterner in thq Far Last. The Ike Rlefutes Nta-At any r#0
lians used it to help win their the Communists hadn't ong to
dependence from tie British. wJit before the Presidenrct th e
d whereas a battle to defend ground out from under fVice
small islands of Quemoy and president. It was on April 20 that
tsu would bring misunderstand. 1Cxon threatened stern ineadureg
, bitterness and probable de- against the Reds. It was on April
t, a boycott could be enforced- 29 that Bisenhower told a press
be far more effective-without conference: "We certainly could
r. .ot hope for a completely satlafac.
without arguing the pros and story answer from the Communists.
s of the boycott weapon for the The most. you can work opt is a
ment however, let's take a lok practical wayo f getting along"-
Mr. Dulles stern words of something, he added, that wouM
ring and see what they will stop "blood-letting."
an to the Chinese Communists
om he is hoping to stop dead FORMOSA BY '56
their tracks.
unfortunately, Dulles's warn- Thus the Chinese Communists
s, stern, forbidding and fre- have heard brave words from one
Sa they have been in the quarter and compromising words
t, have too often been reversed, from another. They have liMte .d
er by his own chief in the to threats of both massive retalia.
te House or by Dulles's own tron and land- troops. They have
cies or by the policies of his listened to the demands f the
inistration in curtailing, th eaI China Lobby and also"watched us
tary budget. Naturally te Chi- Icut our military budget.
Reds listen to the radio and No wonder they have matched
Sthe newspapers. And here is aght ahead, first In Indochn .an&-
records f Eisenhower admin- -ore rec y opposite thae Islands
aton statements they h a v e fact Qeoy and Foin'ou.
d in the paot: .. o it's hilik, doubtful .that 8ecre.
Wues to American Legion, St..tary Dlles'; stern words of warn-


china. The Chinese regime En-lai has already promised Pre.
uld realize that such a second mier Nehru of India to deliver
ressiom could not be confined Iormosan, rice to the rice-bowls of
ndochina. The Chinese regime India in 1956
ald realize that such a second What the United States faces,,
session could not occur with- therefore, wncen you get down to
grave consequences. I say this cold fats, is' either another re-
rly in the interest of peace a treat, or a shooting war, or a third
he hope f preventing another alternative-the weapon which Or-
ression miscalculation." intals have used against us-the
Grave consequences" in diplo- boycott-blockade.
ic language means a threat of Today, most of Asia is convinced
. But the Chinese Reds ig- we will not fight. We have re-
ed the threat. They went right treated too many times. Further.
.ad. more, the American people sin.
massive Retaliation On Jan. cerely and devoutly do not want
1954, Dulles announced that the war. But the danger is that the
A. was prepared to meet ag- China Lobby, plus the preventive.
ssion with instant retaliation war admirals, may push us into
means and places of our own war.
.sing." We would depend pri- Much wiser, therefore, is the
ily upon "a great capacity to bcycottblockade-the simple Ori-
liate instantlyy" he said, re- ental expediet tof turning the back,
ing to the atom bomb. TheIignoring the enemy, cutting off his
ese oe, boweyer, blsBaully R 'w atqr, while he fumes'ad sputters
ed to take over meore areas and tries to fight back, bu .an'L
ndochina* Asiatics ha-,e waged is ind ot
isenhower"s waranig-At SeA boycott too many-times against us-
August 1953, Eisenhower to bring any valid objection
Governors' Conference: "If whereas fighting over Quemoy and
china goes, several 'th Ihap- Matsu will turn all Asia even fur-
n away. The tin an other and more bitterly against is.


mat we so value from that
would cease coming. All In-
would be outflanked. Burma
.d be in no position for de-
e." His warning fell on deaf
and the United States did
infg to back up the warning.
another Warning-Speaking to
newspaper editors on April 16,
, Eisenhower said that a truce
idochina must not mean more
cks on Indochina. "It (a
e) should mean an end to the
:t and -indirect attacks upon
security of Indochina and Ma-
t For any armistice in Korea
merely, released aggressive
es to attack elsewhere would
fraud." But the Chinese did
tly that. They made the Ko-
neace a fraud. The United
*s, however, did nothing about
ion Warns-Addressing the
rican Society of Newspaper
ors in April 1954. Vice Presi.
Nixon warned that the United
Rs was ready to send land
is to Indochina. This did not
n to scare the Reds at all.
xon Warns Again-Speaking in
innaai a week later, however,
n claimed the Reds had been


SIDE GLANCES

,,ij


3rd Armored Div.
Gets New Strength,
New Commander
WASHINGTON, March 17 (UP)
-Maj. Gen. John M. Willems
deputy assistant chief of staff
for Intelligence, was named ves-
terday to command the Army's
new armored division at Ft.
Knox, Ky.
The 3rd Armored, which Wil-
lems will command, has been a
training division. It now will be
built up to a full strength tacti-
cal organization.
TREE CHAMELEON
KENT 0. (UP) The box.
elder is the chameleon of freedom.
It is really a member of the maple
family, but it has a strong rese-
blance to the ash, according to
Martin L. Davey, tree expert. For
any years, it was not geerally
accepted as a maple. However,
it will product a sap 'from which
sugar can be made.


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14 Operatince solo
19 Actres
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06 Good
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20 Small bay
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22 Shade treeM
24 Up hil and
down ;'1
t6 Edty in a
27 "Rag

32 Jury sumonsi
Nets
device
S6 Dance step
07 Regrets
So Light tog
40 Cravats
41 German
article
42 River in
France
45 Had
confidence
49 Amuso
A1 Before
52 Playing cards
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spemfanpoet -Wo"kpants
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7Age w Give forth
8 Profts 27 Clergymen
Spoken 28 Mineral rocks
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17 Les distinct property
19 Chewing tools 40 Lock of haltr


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42 thin
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44 bllowers
47,Iroq
48 Greek district'
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SKIS HELP HIM LOG OtODDAY'S WORK-This logger is skiing on the job, but he's not
doing it for sport.- He's Kenneth Lambert, assistnt- chief scaler at the Brown Co., Berlin, N. H.
Recently Brown's wanted to know how much wboo was stored in a section of the Androscoggin Riv-/
er, above Berlin. Lambert hit upon an idea. Her borrowed a pair of skis, hooked one end of a light
rope to his belt and started "skiing" across the log-packed river. Arriving at the other side, the rope
was pulled back and measured to determinei# he exact width of the stream at a'given point. The
length of other sections also was measured. Then it was simple arithmetic to figure the quantity of
wood. Now the Brown Co., is .planning to design special skis for "log-hopping." '



AFL Chieftain George Meany

_ II I __ __do___a r, la b ...


un unionism ror Engineers
ir In connection with a meeting ing societies to make even a gs- rical Engineers have raised the
to be held tomorrow night at ture in their behalf but the mt sitaus anad ignity of, the entire
0 Hotel Tivoll to organize Pana. ings of these groups seldom make; engineering profession.
ma Canal Co technical and en- any reference to the economic r'ar from being "undignified"
_______J_________ im_ __ginaeering personnel R u s s e 1 status. of this wage-earning class or "degraaing," union nember-
By OSWALD JACOBY By United Press Stephens, wno called the meet- of members., snip has directly enhanced the
By OSW ALD JACOBY ving, has made available the fol. Representatives of m a n a g e- standing of engineers in our soce-
itteNO FACILITIES FOR WOMEN lowing statement by G e or ge ment generally hold all the high ty by assuring that their contri-
(Knopf) is the story of a young Meany, president of the Amer. offices in these societies, even uutions are given adequate recog-
woman who worked for the Amer- ican Federation of Labor. tnough the financial support that mnition.
NORTh s9 ican Red Cross in the China-Bur- It appeared first under the ti- maintains these groups is drawn l y raising standards of pay,
4 A 84 nia-India theater during World tie of "Engineers Need Union. mainly from the wage-and salary- assuring greater job security, pro.
S1j War II and stayed on after the ism" in the American Federal- turning engineers and tec h n i- tecting the individual engineer a-
*J976S3 war to become a foreign corre- Ist: Clans. Igainst arbitrary discharge a n d
SA 8 2 spondent. Under pressure from the econo- assuring greater opportunities for;
W4 RA8 Charlotte Ebener is the corre- There is' no doubt nor should mic circumstances in which they advancement., te union has pro-
WJ6 3 ASKT spondent. She once danced a polka there be any argument concern- find themselves, more and more' viuea substantially higher living
SJ 2 K Q with Chou En-lai, now the pre- ing the value of the professional engineers are turning for assist- stanuaros lor tne. average. eigi-
9PQ53 9109874 mier and foreign minister of Red engineering societies and their in- ance to the recognized union com- Leer and his family.
*KQ 4 1028 China. She was held in custody by terest in maintaining the high posed exclusively of men and n e Amercan federation of:
4,K 'J54 ~ both the Russian and the Chinese ethical standards that the engi- women working for wages and Technical Engineers has ma d-e
SOUTH (D' Communists in Manchuria. She veering profession has set for it- salaries in tle engineering pro- tnese acnievements by standing
6107 IS tried to dig into the facts of the self. lession.. This union is the Ameri. on its own fcet. It has not sim-
AA K 6 2 American occupation of South Ko- Ever can Federation of Technical En- "Ily trained along behind toe ad-
AK rea and, like other reporters who onc 8 s cia e a socered by the Am ereersi ances made by other workers.
4Q 183 tried to do the same thing, was ..es.d* associations have assum- Chartered by the Am e r I t(ca n In colective bargaining V1,1e
Both side vuL suspected of being a Communist ed the responsibilities for the pro- Federation of Labor in 1918, the cImmitteep negotiating on behalf
8*U> Wat Neat -Se or a sympathizer. motion of the art and science ofAmerican Federation of Techn te union ar composer of mgn-
I N.T. Pass N.T. a ^ ar ,thdevelopmen cal Engineeis has expanded ra- ly of the union are composed of
Pa .< sp *.Mist Ebener covered a lot of ter- engiering a ractis heir dly throughout this nation, Can. -ighiy educated and experreueea
O rito0-ny rto m both Asli and Europe. value to h profession should da and the U.S. possessions, ugineers.
Everywhere she went she had quite t proesn Part of the membership works in inese committees are generally
a time. She writes about her ex- never be under-estimated. various government agencies. assisted by an officer from the
perienccs entertainingly. in recent years, however, ma-1 Committees from the govern. national stafi in presenung and
How would you play today's A big portion of her book is de- "soci ihave ao tend d inject I ment locals mn'ke regular appear- conducting the discussions on the
hand at a contract of three no voted to her own love story. She themselves to"^ the field of labor- dances before the Civil Service wage scaie *s suomteau.
trump in rubber bridge? You fell in love with another corre- mana ementrelations. Committees of the U. S. Senate lNo other organization or union
have to be carefulor you'll find spondent, George Weler, while Many engineering society pub- and House of Representatives to has any voice inm ormulatng ome
yourself in the minus column at they were working the China beat locations have printed long dis- resent detailed arguments f o r Collective bargaining demands of
the end of the hand in 1946. She admits to being the sertations on why roysa rfimproving the, wages and the tLue American reae~itm otf ech-
we.e, okigcntos d of-theseaw.rk- 'al Engineers, nor are the wage
West opens the three of .spades, aggressor in their romance. She e oro technician should not working conditions of these work- nical Engineers, nor are the wage
and You let East win the trick with finally landed him after she had become a member of a union. ers. ana saiay rates ior members t
the queen. East leads the king of a narrow escape in Palestine. He st of the articles have ad In the industrial field collective the A.F.'.E. patterned alter the
spades and you let him hold that told her to come home and get vanced the following arguments: bargaining contracts have b e e n rates or contacts negotiated by
elso. 1uw East looks around for a married before she got killed. She "Joining a union is undignifid negotiated with prominent indus- any other union.
new point of attack, somewhat to did or degrading. trial firms throughout the coun- 'ihe gains made by the Amer-
vour ielief. "Unions are only for manual try. lean Federation of Technical En-
After some 'thought, East leads Stuffing plaster of Paris into the workers. ," manual these contracts protect the en- ,ineers and otner union members
the ten of hearts. You put up the eviscerated carcasses of variousig "E ineers are more closely i- t never's job security, assure him employed on wages or salaries,
ace of hearts to win the trick, small iauna can hardly be consid- identified with management than adequate compensation and estab- are generally grated or classified
since you are in a hurry to start cred the highroad to adventure. "th lab ', lish a lair procedure for settling under a system tnat gives every
,,n the diamonds. With this idea h Yet Robert H Rockwell, author of wthlo these articles i have regievances. incentive ior initiative and invest.
r'nd you lay down the ac of TY WAY OF BECOMING A' Some of these articlesh ton.,
mind you lay down the aet of UT (A N Ort BreOMINf A t been written by professors of en- .ion.
diamonds, and both opponents fol UNTER (Norton) rose from the erig in colleges and univer- The American Federation of Patent rights or members are
low suit. di ngy (and rather smelly) cellar cities, while others have been con- Technical Engineers- is an auto- protected by articles in the con-
What do you do, next? If you're of a small taxidermist shop n- tributd by men who are of high 'nomous international union affi- u acts.
till in a hurry you'll lead the king where he disemboweled owls chip- in large e i listed with the A. F of L. It for Regular promotions are fade
f diamonds, after which you'll munks, etc. to the August Halls .. corporations or we plates ts wn policies without by management onthe rated e-
have ample time to repent. This of the American Museum of Natu- ,,ow in egineering consulting outside interference. A national lhciency and application shown
is the -play that costs you thecon- al History. There he climaxed his own in engineering consulting eadquaters mated byurg the rating per
tract. career by- preparing most of the;:, ^ a le tkenthe A.F.T.E. at 900 F Street N.W., Bonuses and full' grade promo-.
If you then continue with a third wofld-famous habitat groups in the i. to consider tion the attitude and Washington 4, D C. tions are frequently granted f or
diamond, you'll never get back to Akeley African Hall. I felingsof the hundreds of thou-' The union is a truly democratic outstanding work or ideas.
our hand to cash the king of Hunting caribou in Newfound- sns of nr nd th erganizationItsnational officers In fact, only with the support
hearts. .West will win the third dia- land, bagging some of the largest s s pld o eni wae e s or sae i :are chosen by secret ballot bien'ot the union does the e engineer
mond andleada spadetodummy's ars ever recorded in Alaska, ians emplgovernmentd for wages or private ally at the convention by the feel free to dvlop and display
ace. At the end, you'll have to e getting his lion in Africa, are only es by go. ment or priva 'votes of the representatives of all his vry best efforts and his most
the clubs, allowing est to take the part of a life-.tory so adventurous T, c.onofic interests of these 'oi the local unions attending. creative initiative.
Sof clubs and good spade that it xeeds the wild dreams of employes, who constitute t he All.of the financial records ofl Any decisions about joining a
If you try to avoid this fate by yoth lrge najorty of those in the the union are audited by a C.P.A. labor union has to be made, of
eashin the king of hearts. West Rockwell's chapter, relative to .iofession, have been almost com- firm, and a rull and certified ac. course, by each individual engi-
will counter by dropping his quthe 'jinx ship' Bissom which pletely neglected by th profs-m count-is presented to the conven- nwer ', technician.
of hearts. Now when est wins'made newspaper headlines threeio^al societies. tion before any officer can relin- I am confident, however, that
the third round of diamonds with decades ago, is a masterly little outlook of the en-quish hs offce under the present circumstances'
his ofitheosea.fNotmoany thmen.....The mind and outlook of the en-i h office.
his queen, he csn lead a heart to faga of the sear Not many men get working on a salary basis r i more and more of this group will'
East, and East will tAke three tobe the helm of a sailing ves- should be free. He should not be Each local union as organized see the practical advantages that,
heart tricks to defeat the contract. sel in the Seuth Atlantic during held down to the conditions of the collects an iritiation fee which is would result from membership in!
You can avoid this dilemma by a raging storm or are forced to brse-and-buggy days. tainted in its own treasury. Each their own democratic trade u-
ot leading the king of diamonds. hold off a mutinous crew with be- Let us not shckle him with local also has the right by ts union, the American Federaltion of
After you have cashed the ace of laying pins or have hung by precedents, precepts ad tradi- own vote to fix it own dues. technicall Engineers.
diamonds, continue with a low dia- their fingers on an almost perpen- about his economic status. Localfunds als are extended
mound. This was the plan adopted dicular hillside 500 yards over the sonnd op t ism are the i dreced b th te oL thl 'fu e as r
by Tere tee, the famous En- undg surf in the Cape Verde tivating forces that make h local union. A period pudit is
olish bridge star, when the hand islands tick ade and *he report is given to I
or y played. lYet how can any human beingnb
West w the second round of It is the year 3406. An expedi- enow anny and reg Thepolicies and operations of
iamods with the queen, but wastion is setting out from Africa toendowed witt uiative andto the the American Federation of Tech
then unable o defeat the comtract.e lostr te ith rio fullest if he is enveloped in ah at-
I West led a spade to dum s ong lost. in time that people re- n.osphere that offers little or no
ace, Reese uld get back to orember neither ats once great hope for the future? I
hand with the king of diamob to glry thwarthat The engifterr finds that he is'
cash the king of arts. And then btroyed it. The Africans, livn close to the bottom of the w age
be could get to dummy with the a chilling -Orwellian socialism 'ciose to he, considering the w ge
rcy o the A-bomb and are p e w- ork that he does. Iis education
paring to use it against the yel- and years of experience seem to
S sa tow men of America.c L ountG forl no e thing.
WAY BACK (Coward-McCann )I s s
o lthe story of eexpedition to Bi prfessin tran ewho wr
,aAre lHp rt boror The book laves wages or salaries have been t
partoTh m kav ing for the professional engineer-
fotsmner qu -_unaswre
VW ut it creates a convincing picture,
of a few Stope Age on the banks totalitarianism at the expense of
WASHCIGTON, March 17 (UP) of the. 'Vames. the liberal oemocraties. He be-
-Postiaster General Arthutr The psychology that in- heves one reaon this took place is
unuinerfeld* aald yestrdav low spires boot s of this lkid is re- the condition of the voters in the
postal rates hae "unuetloa- zettable, but apart re that democracies. There is too much
bly hnffiUap pl mpr.tements reservation it is dificult to aind criticism, he thinks, of the polH-
In mail enrv ." The adminis- fau with Miss Bmett's story. tUcians and no* enough of the peo-
tration has asked Qonireu to It Is first and foremaset exciting pie who elet them: "no more
hike potage rates $332.2,000 a fiction, smoothly and readably than the kings before them should
ear, In a eany increase written but there Is an ever-pres- the people bs21 with djvl- FY Dr
In e Of ma a letter. ent vein o atrial emmet on ty." The "" Edward Te ma
The Boue Appropriations 20- t century d titutleM .a habits e e r h-med, twan ay, the father r th-e 'H-bomb,"
Coamantte. rp u mmnerfield'. oI thought that invites wrious ad the wa .t do tis to e turti..' says setentfia"b Uw d4not con-
PoCt OliDees lintlad week fJlectteat tthe Al the sg der the wiAhed ar the ulti-
vwldt 1re- II e nirft w dmF lbf. mate. as w- ito con. AI\

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NICOLE MILINAIRE Is Parisi. of Joe Loco, one of the top mambo
ln, born and bred. "But I had a band leader. Joe's been playing
great-grandfather named O'Brien," mafbos since 1937, so that should
sne says, and that may account be proof positive.
for her reasonably astounding
career. He's "second-generation Puerto '
She is a beauitful blonde, P.ican,' and serious music stu.
equipped witsa a flashing smile, a dent. He's probably the only mam-
V iak wit, a curvy figure and four h) boy around who studied classi-
f bildren. She was busily and sue- ca- piano at Juilliard, and he's
j essfully working in the textile also an accomplished violinist,
business, finally running a design trombonist and arranger.
! house that employed 17 full-time
textile designers. Then she made "My friends and I," he says,
t trip to Stockholm and, before you used to play mambos as kids.
can say Jacques Robinson, the We'd get together and play Lat-
whole life, she is changed. In-American rhythms in Ameri-
"I meet Sheldon Reynolds," can Jass style. After all, that is
S he says. Reynolds is the young primarily what mambo is."
American whjo produces "For-
,eign Intrigue" abroad. "He say Nowadays, Loco mambos such
S ,be is making television films. I diverse numbers as "Claire de
don't believe him. So he invited Lune" and 'Bei Mir Bist Du
"ioe to watch. I go. And right Schon.'" He and his Tico-recording "As. o M& ,, *-
away I fall in love with the film quintet have taken the mambo all aMmr / s 3.-
-business. around the U. S., and he finds the
"So I stav there a week and I reception' great. In some cities, thatt what
S p,en every door and I look at they pronounce it to rhyme with
3veything. And I tell him I like sambo ('"like they called the Tan-
fris-husiness. He ask me if I want go the Tanjo") instead of the cor- Lys, every Monday night they
S job and what job do I want. I rect 'way mom-bo. present "Three by Thurber,"
Say *'our job.' So I leave and go prebased on Jame Thurber' "Mr.
back to Paris. If you want to know what a and Mrs. Monrse" series.
'Then he sends me cable. Will mambo is technically, Joe says it works out to be three vignetts,
I1 supervise production of some c'iffers from ordinary Aferican poling delightful fun at human
extoriop shols for him in Paris? rhythm in that it accents the (male) foibles. Edward Andrews
j I 4do that, and then I leave the fourth beat instead of the third. is the foible-prone male, and he
4*tBes and go to work for him. And yau might be interested in is wonderful. The series is not
i call myself Madame Shadow his predictions of mambo-varia- too dramatic, however, but the
;4 follow him around. For five tions that are coming. He thinks characters would be great for.
years I am his assistant. two the "Cha-Cha-Cha" and
"Then he says to me 'Nicole, "Meringue"-are sure to be popu-
i ywu want a show of your own?' lar. And whatever happened to
Well, of course, yes. So he make ithe cor.ga? U
:rne producer.'
TV TOPPERS ........... ....OffBroadway theaters are so UNITED FRU
vFRED A VLLEN ("What's My hard to find that now they're
FRED ALLEN ("Wha" CBS-TV): I t's Mys ld booking plays once a week. Well Great W
Mir.e" CBS-TV): it's so cold a ine anyhow At the Theatre de
4$and degree Mason has gone down! ne anyhow At the Theatre de
.10 degrees. i New vriians eryice
4 "-i Hawthorne Papers
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'And ttere you have in a water- orne rs .. "LOVLAND"........
,Atelon shell the story of how Re nnappear A ain *S.. "HIBUERAS" .......
i cole Milin:-.ie came to be the Bu u r U *S.S. "YAQUE" ..............
'%oducer of "Sherlock Holmes.'" L.A aCARL" ..........
a fine jb she's doing, too.I ARLINGTON. Va. (UP) L .s. ORAN"'......
IOnly one 'troLble she should be set of Nathaniel Hawthorne doc- S.S. "TELDE" ..............
ibr front of the camera. ments found by an Arlington, Va., .S. MABELLA" ..........
S- housewife was returned to the *.S "HIBUERAS".
If you think your wife is a general accounting office with an "AGGERSBOR.......
reckless shopper, harken to this air of mystery surrounding them. *S.S. "YAGGERBOG" .....
catch-as.catch-can shopping rec- S A ...........
down Fifth Avenue. Thirty vestigators is how the papers,
count 'em 30 minutes later she neatly ted with red ribbon, found New York servicee
cape back, after spending $3000 their way to a residential section
on new gowns and 15 pair of of Arlington.
snoes. That's $100 a minute, .
.which is pretty swift spending,. The papers signed by the Amer- S.S. "METAPAN" ...........
S4ve on Fifth Avenue. ican novelist were "misplaced' S.S. "BYFJORD" ...........
So you think the mambo is a some time ago by the GAO pend. S.S. "HEREDIA" ...........
Vian-come-lately do you? (So did!ing transfer to the National Ar- SS. 'jlMON" .. .......
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zbch moUce for INecmaio In twi
I elma should submitted Ia type.
wrcittegs fo d mailed to ame of
Ithe box numbers listed daily In "oe-
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by hand to the enfles. loemr, m
*me s Con"*I be cWcpt4 by tab-
Silver Death Benefit ASSn.
The annual meeting cf the
board of directors of the Slver
mplIoyes' Death Benefit Assl-
liation, is scheduled for 9 a.nt.
Sunday In the auditorlum of
the Pacific Service center for of-
ficers and members on the Paci-
fic side and at 7:30 p.m. Moen-
day in the Rainbow City Lodge
Hall, for those on the Atlantic
Side.
The agenda will include the
auditor's report, the secretary's
report for 1564 and the election
of representatives.
Balboa Emblem Club No. 49
Members of the Balboa Em.
Liem Club Nc.. 49 and the Cristo-
bal Emblem C'ub No. 52 are hold-
ing a joint no hostess luncheon in
the Fern Room of the Tivoli
Guest House on Sat. March 19th
at p.m.
Members wishing to attendI
should contact Mrs. Margaret
Graham at 2,2951 or Mrs. Floda
Monoco at 2-1331, before Friday.


Mr. and Mms. Wilson M. Carnathan of Balboa have an- Balboa Union Church
nounded the engagement of their daughter, Helen Ruth Mrs. Maxwelss Cuningh
Varner, to Airman 2/C Ralph -. Blair of Albrook, son of Mr. Mr. Maxweli Smith willets
and Mrs. Hubert E. Blair ot Dayton, Ohio. Miss Varner is Ethe members and guests
graduate of Balboa IWlgl School and is now a student at the stherh, t Mrs. minof the Bal
Canal Zoke Junior College. The marriage will be solemnized Church, at Mrs. Cunninr
June 1st at the Albrook Air Force Chapel. At the ceremony, hoe, 3MA, Mango r
which Major Sink will perform, Miss Nancy Jean Gill will be 21a, on Monday evening
the maid of honor and George Joslln will be the best man. a
---- Chcptain Roy Hidy wil
M n on Frotestantism in the
Mrs. Duran Maduros Entertain otrotestantism in the
Entertains Sister or Travellers States. A question period
Arriving from Miami after a Mr. F. V. O'Hagen of London, _low
month's vacation in the States, England and Mr. Martin Fisher
Mrs. Clarita Beauregard is now oi Miami, were dinner guests of Pa
visiting at tne home of her sister, lr. and Mrs Felix Maduro at nm I
44rs. Paul Duran. Mrs. Beaure- their Bella Vista home, during P BBnam
gard leaves Friday to return to their recent visit to Panama.
er home in Maracaibo, Venezue- -
la. fir. And Mrs. Hut *
-- Entertain Guests a
Fendelli Visit Mrs. and, Mrs. Clifford Kimber- Sailings
In Panama ly of Kansas City. Mo. were the
Mr. Jack Fetdell, former Pana- t.ouse guests of Dr. and Mrs. Ju --
nia resident and frequent visitor lian Hunt.
1lere, this time arrived with his During the Kimnberly's brief vis- The SS Ancon of the
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and it they were the guests of honnr Line is scheduled to sau
Mrs. Morris Fendell of Larch- at a dinner party at the Albrook New York Thursday with
mont, N,'. -. Officers' Club. of 71 passengers' for Cris
The MorriN Fedells has j u st i. The complete advance
spent a week visiting, with the Guests From Holland ger list for Cristobal
family in Costa .Rica -and after Vtl In Margarita Mr. and Mrs. WHillam
their stk i ana^a will return .]s JaeEu.ene Orvis ar. Robert A. Alln; U1
to New4Wrk .".........'tsd reeently fdI 1 w"Netefier- acbarach Mr. and Mi
*'- lands for an extended visit with ling Baer and son; Mr. a
Balboa Woman's Club Lt. Orvis' parents Mr. and Mrs. Bruce M. Bare; Mr. ai
Hold Meeting iI Country Home e Roger A. Orvis of Margarita, Ca- John H. Begg; Mrs. C.
The Buabop Woman's Club held Inal one. Mrs. Orvis is the former Bolton; Mr. and Mrs.
their regular: business mee tin g virginia Frances Seaman of Scott- Buist; Mrs. Burger; Mr. i
at "Wsbtwood" the home of Mrs. dale, Pennsylvania. / Arthur Cale; Mrs. Arth
E. A. lSchillmng. After the meet-- Jr. and daughter; Mrs.
ing, a delicious covqeed dish pC A a ale; Jose A. Camell;
luncheon wsa served. Favorable Action By Mrs.Harry E. ase: Mi
Members and guests 'attending P OM m e-a ny.
were meidames: Maude Metk of Mr n M1 1r
Ft. Cobb, Oklahoma, Mrs. Cobb is Mr. and Mrs. Earl DA
Mirs. Sbilliap's Sister and gues, aa. and Mrs. Kenneth H. F'
Patsy ]RypOl. A nes Hearon. Ev" Kand Mrs. P. 3 HartwelL,
elyn Harrinlun. Edna Howerth, 1113 and Mrs. Morton D. Joye
Grattle Ottenr. Vada Pence, Ana Louise Kraus; Mrs. Ida
Poplin, Thelina Kruse, Ruth Bath- PARIS, March 17 (UP) The Miss Isabel Lummus;
man, Leona Saarinen, Margret werful foreign affairs and na- Malca; Mr. and Mrs. 0.
Johns : Caten C. Raainn a 0 ional defense committees of the well; Miss Alice Morton;
Margeo ffey, -Ruth Jenkins, Lois French Senate today gave their Mrs. Carl Necker; Mr. I
Vap Horn Marjorie Jo d g so n, overwhelmnlg approval to the Richard P. Novey and di
Florence clipper, Jessica Maur- Paft pacts for German rearma- Mr.'and Mrs. Charles P.
*!r, Agatha Wikran, Maud Clinch- meant without amendment. Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood
aid, Mary C. LowtE B a h e Affirmative action .by the two ham; Mr. and Mrs. F.
Wright Edith Eppley, Peggy Par- committees was a legislative Peterson and John Pret
her, Blanche' Schilling, Rose Ca- shot in the arm for the long de- Mrs. Edward Randa
sey and Dor'thy M Sennot. played treaties which virtually and Mrs. John Schultz;
assures their final ratification Mrs. Clayton Shirey anm
Tolanda Eleta Flerro next week. d*ren; Mrs. Mlicent a
aiteuras To Pain oThe recommendations of the Mrs. Rena Stern: Arthur
After seeding a vacation visit- two committees carry considera- Mr. and Mrs. Lester C. TI
ing 'in' ome of her brother, ble weight. Some of the most 2 children; Miss Dorothy
FercandB Eleta, yesterday Mirs ament and the accompanying iping and Mr. and Mrs. F1
ierro Unded her stay in Pa- pacts setB the future of the Weberman.
ma. Durpg her visit here sbe has 'arnd border area and brin-1
ae e een ained byn West Germany into anew U e
her masy4 frledp in anama. Western European Union today
conceded defeat.S
Vilma Ort 'The oammlttees' decisions rep- h
Ionered At College resented a major victory for; j I n le
Miss Vilma M. Ort, daughter remier Edgar Faure. He met
el Mr. and Mrs. AbirahamOrt of with his Cabinet and then told t U1
iaore was el te1 to the the press he will ask the Senate V1n0* n
trona fraterty, Beta, e. tomorrow to confirm next Tues-
ta, for distlpguihed students of day as the day for the opening WASHING7ON,; March
absence. Miss Ort graduated from of three days qf showdown de- Sen. George A. Smat
I.P.4. h Panama with honors and bate on the Fsa.) urged tobay that tI
is now a member of the sopho- Th W fa e actions by the tt of preaesital cardi
fore class of the College of the two committees came by an un- taken away from "polVth
Pacific at Stockton, California. expectedly solid margin. The er and be paced wit tt
foreign affairs committee so- through national primaria
Lord and Lady Luke proved the pacts by a vote of 20 He testified before a S&
pass Through Panama to 4, with abstentions. The n- dietary subcommittee in.
Lord Luke President of the tUonal defense committee's vote ox his proposed constitut
Bovril Company sad J)rector of was 14 to 9, with 3 abstentions. amendment to establish a
Inaenata qual Business Machines, Teir recommendations for system of residentiall p
arrived in Panama from Lima, ratification are expected to push to replace the present no
*cepopalied by Lady Luke. the German rearmament plan convention.
Owing to tbWmneps pressure. It over the too after four years of The Smatbers' a men
was aot possible for "As Lordship French hesitation. which he has advocated
to remain here Jong, asd ter an -That would o the way for essfuly for i year,, al
overnight stay at e Hote l Pa- Inclusion of 500,000 rermed revise the Ebi etal Col
nama, Lord and Lady Luke left West Gerlans in the defense provide for 1r*rroortloate
at midday, on. route to Caracas. forces of west Europe. of votes from each state.
S"S .mathers said the -pro
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chaic and leaves no frei
with t--- people i. lect
S W r M 'Their choice is limited
didates picked at brawlir
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"nRICHER, -.tha ,-el ied.
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(SHADY DESION-At least one person believe in flying Pucers,
'and why not? The idea is worth money to im. He's a lamp
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Hair-Pulling Match Closes Exchange

As Telephone Strike Enters Third Day


ATLANTA, March 17 (UP) A marksman also Dut a bullet
Souther, Be3. Telephone closed through the Atlanta. Birmingham
one exchange yesterday after a line in Alabama while other cir.
hair-pulling match and reported cults were knocked out by hatchet-
cables cut in six -of nine states wielding vandals. Baling wire was
during the three-day-old strike of wrapped around a li n e between
telephone workers. rupelo and Meridian, Miss., short
The telephone company report- ing the circuit.
td more thun 80 .slashes by pis-
t'ls, ropes add axes in its cables The company 'stid another
in Ge6rgla, Florida, Louisiana line near LaGrange, Ga.', Appa-
Alabama, Mississippi and Ken- rently was yanked down with a
tucky. lengnt of rope.
Alabama suffered the most, ac- Southern Bell has put up $5,000
cording to Southern 'Bell, with in each of fcur states, Kentucky,
some 50 telephone lies, including Alabama, Florida and- Georgia for
some major turns ut. the apprehension of those persons
In Atlanta, bth the company responsible for slicing the cables.
and the CIv Communic nations The union, which walked oht
Workers of .Atlanta, .representing when Sohthern Beell refused to
th,. 50,000 striking te I e p h o n e back down from its. insistence on
workers, guarded cables in an ef- a no-strike provision in a new
fort to prevent further vandalism. contract and also rejected arbi-
The first reported violence a- tration- condemned the violence.
rose at Jellic:, Tenn., where lour W. A. Smollwood, district CWA
women, two ron-strikers and two cirtctor, said the unoin does "not
other women reached the "face- believe in such methods. Our ene-
s&apping and hair-pulling" stage mies know that, and we trust that
but were separated by district our friends will remember that
manager Tom Stokes before any we are striking on matters of high
damag- was done., principle." *
Stokes then closed the ex- Smallwood claimed the strike
change, cutting.off all long-dis- was 'highly effective" and "a-
tance communication with Jellico, bout 95 per cent" of the member-
to prevent further violence. ship joined in the walkout.
At Chattanooga, Tenn., the com-
pany said a cable was partially Southern Bell has said, howev-
immobilized when someone fired cr. that at least "one third" of
I o bullets into it. Service w a s those employer eligible for union
liter restored. membership are still working.


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(A Lenten feature of the
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Episcopal Church ,of. Our Sa-
viour, New Cristobal).
A CURE FOR LONELINESS
Read Hebrews 13:5-8. "Let
your conversation be without
covetousness; and. be content
with such things as ye have: for
he hath said, I will never leave
thee nor forsake thee. So that
we may boldly say, The Lord Is
my helper, and I will not fear
what man shall do unto- me....
Jesus Christ the same yesterday,
and today, and for ever."
A sick man in a large hospital
was worrying himself sicker. He
was in a room by himself and he
was lonely. He lay awake night
after night worrying because
others under the same roof were
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did not pray for the other pa-
tients. I guess it never occurred
to him that there wpre others
faced with the same loneliness.
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the lonely. He said the prayer
whenever he began to feel sorry
for his own loneliness. He Pot
comfort from the nrayer. His
prayer was answered for himself
as well as for other sick ones. He
caught the truth that he was not
alone. He dot well. Loneliness
was his main sickness. He forgot
our Lord's promise: "Lo, I am
with you always...."
Here Is a nraver you can use
if you are faced with hours of
lonelinesaq:
Lord Jesus, most pitiful Sa-
viour. I beseech Thbe by the
loneliness of Thv nuffetin7 upon
the Cross, be nigh all who arp
desolate In pain or In sorrow to-I
day, and by the mirbt of Thv
presence, transform their lonell-
ness Intno comfort and consola-
tion and holy fellowship with
Thee: in Thy dear name I ask it.
Amen.


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COMMERCIAL & FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE RESORTS FOR RENT WANTED
ESSONAL Household Automobiles Miscellaneous COME TO WESTWOOLL Play- Apartments Houses
PROFESSIONALCon-_IFORsaddle ground for your picnics. 4 miles N
FCP SALE:-Crb and stress. FOR SALE -'49 Olds-76 Con- FOR SALE: 10 good saddle beyond Arrailan. ATTENTION G.I.1 Just built WANTED: -lUetlisOhdl2 or
prc SALE:-. n 3.d mattress, .4ert,ble. black good condition horses Can be seen oat Panama modern furnished apartments, 1, 3-bedrool halet. Iving-dining
We Have Everything it Frgdore 60ccle retrgero- Phone 64149 between 8c00 Rdng School. Phone 3-0279 be- Phillips. Oceanside cottage s... 2 bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel. toom, porch, yerd, hot water.
oWe Have Everything t, Igedore 6odcrcle reFrdgero- Phone 00 2-562 teen 3 and 5 p m Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa. Panama 3-4941. Bells Viste, GCIf Helghts, Corn-
To Keep Your Lawn to,. car old Fr.do.re elec- 3 00. ofter -4.00 82-5262. en an Phone Panama 3-1877. Cristo- pa Alegre or Cgrjo. Pho
and Garden Beautiful rinc stoe. Call -1. 97 FOR SALE -1950 Buick Super JOIN THE TREND tov.rds mod- bal 3-1673. FOR RENT:-Furnished and un- 3-1503.
During the Dry Season. FO ALE- om and n, ble th radio excellent ern window covering, using match furnished 2 and 4-room modern
Tools00 2 An- C be nced. Phone tas Custom-made in all szes Cottages. Modern conveniences, Apartments. 10th Street. Phone POSition Offered
.,o. a,.moderate rates. Phone Gamboa 1386, Colon.
0- B.._________, __ ____________ _- lry Venetian blends, recon- 6-441 FOR RENT:Artmnt: Lving WANTED: Soales agents for
Insecticides FOR SALE -4 r.oie r.. ning services. Free estimate. OR RT:-Aprtment Living club. Good opportunity for inter-
cr Sprayers Chr doleal tablE ri,.,,n FORSALE -1953Che.rclet 10 Col 2-3063 or 3-4904 D,siri- FOSTER'S COTTAGES, one mile room, dining room, bedroom, ested persons. Parisien Furniture
Sprayers in. dt, i ng table .,/nor, 4-door sedan. 2-tone green, good buled by Productos de Madera, past Santa Clara. Low rates.-- bathroom, kitchen and yard $50. Store. No. 27-10 Central Ave.
Wheelbarrows n c ren Be o 2 ondlOn Call Balboa 2-3186 S A. 98 Central Ae. between Phone Balboa 1866. Jose de Fabrega Avenue No. 14. -WANTED- Exper'enced soles-
Econo Soil Spray I e________. pm. Kodak Building and Fifth Ave- WILLIAMS' Santa Clara Beach FOR RENT: Large apartment: lady typist, good references.
Fertiliiers FOR STLE H.,u'phr.id qor.r^ ~LFOR SALE.-1950 Oldsmoble ,n ue Store Cottages-rockgas, refrigeration, 3 bedrooms, 4 small porches. Must speak English and Spanish.
rtl-A ParSsons SrHeet Diablo .'y good cond.on Inqu.re at FOR SALE.-'51 Olds-88. baby 2-bedroom. Phone Balboa 3050. Very reasonable rent.,l. do Fo- "Muebleria Europeao
Sprinkler He rage Bell Vsa Ask for bed. high chair. 213-C Pedro Baldwin's apartments for rent at For informatonphone 3-491. WANTE: -Two barbers. Con-
FungicidesLn___. Miguel. after 6 P m. Santa Clara. Phone Balboa 3681 tact M. Japport. Barber's conces-
giE ---cl, r FOR SALE To-oor Lincon FOR SALE Eastmn for reservation. FOR RENT: furnished apart- sionire, Fort Guck.
GEHIRO PRA. F. N TO RS Nh able 75 Albrook FOR ALE T door con FOR tmanKodak en, one bedroom, din roomW i
F263.. Hou,_e 291 B C.:.n.ertble n perfect condition. Vigilant. carrNing case, filter. rent, on ber, dining Toom
SA. .Ow,,er leang. Only model n Cost $ Wl scrfice House SHRAPNEL'S furnished houses. screened, hot water, garage Tel.




IPalmer Grae" plo(._m ,,xser. large bocl for _----FOR RENT:-Small chalet, one_ ---n
"Chiropractic *add*lile to yea bCt,-l.c e. record ach er, FOR SALE -195' Pont.ac fgur- -bedroomn b Iving d.nong r oo m. FOR RENT:-Moder8 two-bed- WASHINgTON March 17 i UP) o
27 central Ave. Tel FO ALE ---burner se. Pna Jose de FabreAa AAenue 152-B Ga lan. Phone 2-1669 phwnst S ne 3-3-Nala 1956 with anyone wor. of hih
I exC\ :.rd,,,.uPhone.- No en5 don O in FOR RENT:-2-bedr2omcholet FOR RENT: Cozy apartment. ice f the part t h
S-.r cft,:rde hour.FO Se Phone 2- Noo dctric ules4Twole -roomsside .all




Sure O nsuranCcO bedroom fur-thure N.rge ,EefrNati ar cr i rien No 8. next street from 4th He made the remain hine
OP SALE -it r couch frame FOR SALE -1953 Frd Cusm- bateFOR RENT.sChaler Two bed- Brgn re. See or screened. Respectable ocaliference when ked tty.




Phone Panama 2-0552 a BuIdng No 3. cen ranort.on Du and t, ti Am rian a dnng rom 2 poches. kitchen. FOR RENT- Furnished apart- by Vice President Richard M. Iferred. Phone 384
Drth .f July A. end ue ORILLAC grner he cnnled on stand unerse. Phone Ap7- 170 or 3 -0 bhrom. arge rd Fu.shed ment, good locolt moderate Nxon had sad the OP not
almer Blboa 2-44 or unfubrega rent speal discount by contract, strong enough to win next years
,r".. cker.1.arge basketfor 'FOR RENT:-Small chalet, one
S" u.rdyds le to if0 records. corenter's workbench FOR SALE l- 9.2 Pontlac f ot.r- bedroom, liWving- dining room, FOR RENT:-Modern two-bed- Wlectiono TON, March 1 (UPser.-




Peru Cu arvente'se w or 3ndn.-sTed nTrec nd comeouoasho-v ------------ ThdW lim President i enhoersaidye
it btnek from Lux Theatre,U E., n, LS,; Fl3nk Street, Bal- Phone [jalboa 131 7 Jose cle Son Martin Ave. No. 6, 51st Srreet No. 42. Call Zubie- terday Republicans can win in v
l Zone Dntal Poy oo in downstairs. .. Phone 3-3336. 1956 with anyone wor hv of high a




Dtu ebok-ir r o* ar. sd, k bce 1B FOR SALE 1951 aorris Mnorha be B Ch n ed B MISt a a w n
'black. tudor. Excellent condition. laig ne r $ 0 FOR RENT: 2-bedroom chalet FOR RENT: Ideal apartment office if the party puts through i
"Insure In FOR SALE -,dimern rnahogar, Call 82-2182 or 83-2219 after at "Miraflores' 'Barriado del for couple. Living room, bed- -fine programs for the benefit I
Telephone 220-P Las Cruces St., Blboo. 3305 retiring, ntende g the the are bombarded by a constant Party needs strength needs





Sure Insurance bedroom f tinrrousure N re FOR SALE: 1947 Studebaker o clean prive ubs ilesI lance tm agemen a 0 011 8 c neentadnyftw

CANAL ZONE LADIES very good condition, new unit cond ition, good tires, new bat- Williams may be 36-years-old e University of California- icen. h ae
SBeauty Salon O er S in no (next to El Baturro). Phone average. The United Press lear whie petal you can plan the moves he
GE -- on RIDGE ger Ator bbR STrOller Cam PERSONALS RENT. -- Chaletr Two be d- J rly Avenue news conference when asked to s

















TIRED? NERVOUS Taylor of Leavenworth, Wash., -offer system on begonias, fuchsias,N3:30--Music For Thursday brio haereso ang at h isI
Sh Panae ma ma 2-0552 o as Buoldig hn r. e lllnt Irn .DO4tOn Duty and NEWt YORK. March 17 in UP~-s, i blng o r al e rai e ori g o
th of July Avenue No. 14-28 nn on rnce Apt. 07t-L The time Am erIc a n League dining room. 2 porches. kitchen. FOR RENT Furnished aoort- by Vice Presidbnt Richard M. I
,id o A4a-1 pitchers have d: eaded will cme bathrcem. large ard Furnished ment, good locality. moderate Nixon had said the GOP is not C











Dli911E P.nSatra. e r e or unfurnished Jose e Fabreg r ent, special discount by contract, strong enough to win next year's I
ltta 9:00 ro m :00 drrF.str; rnhologn%' dei.k, Wect- 01\E __Satrday_. M7an. T9ur
ingl9',Oue air circulator. Phone FOR' SALE -4 1952 Oldsmobie That's the day Ted Wulliams Avenue No 14 North American neighbors. Tole- election without President Elsen- t
Curundu 3. 31 34 Fnrdor sedan perfect co ndition, comes out of a short-lived re-I The esident smiled. He said
c;loal Zone Dental poly lini n.s Ken P -ninad 10t osshisixti By Rt0
(hran etal Zn eR Denal tePac SALE -Mmiscioheneut.r' -oh th G ovrne owanr P one- Plan onpes ay he thought the one-year mora-
S Dr. 1E a1reug t P. Ca m000 conGd The Ulted r Radio or um ona questions about his
D.* urE- d arte ,e G e C e Pressd t W m s Rad c Change d a ist R ro rams political plans, when he sut-
entI r ndl .rlir h Pr 3do. side FOPi SALE -1950 Buick Con- wearneds th r i atW ly a cn ant 1 tested recently, still was in ef-
Rt ty eI rble Dnaflow. rodo. whire- working out privateSandrIncHOUS P AT fect.
Tlivoi (4th o f1Jul3n ) ASe No. 21A24 FOR SALE --BurEau. chto,,er. wo ll tr .s r ev tip, excellent r-on- excellent shape The slugger,l DAVIS. Calif. (UP) In He went on to say, however
(opposite c re lendervenetian blinds. House ition $000. Phone Balboa who announced last fall he was ome plants shape changes 30- i Fo r e e y is N oeeblc
!,Telephone 2-20P11-1P1nm1 I 2264-B Las Cruces St., Balboa. 3305. retiring, intended joining the the are bombarded by a constant Party needs strength, needs re-
K________ _Red Sox earlier but was unable mist, according to John H. Madi- your Commounity Station cruits." He said "I have never
FOR SALE: Westinhouse re- FOR SALE: 1947 Studebaker t clean up private business n on, landscape management in yet gquet pleae phone into any fi
toe 4 r, radio, ovedive, good t ime. d structor on the Davi c ans of (Telephone: 2-3066) much strength as I should lik
(N ZON LA DI T very good condition, new unit, condition, good tires, new bat- Williams mahe be 36-yars-old(tUno on t eDoali o pr son. 5Nea rIol i
HANDS of skill create$65. Uruguay Street No. 10, up- terry, $35.,- 2-3550. but even that advanced baseball University of California. to have."
ofS, beauty for. ________________ BdHe found, that a small evergreen Where 100,000 People Meet "The more strength you haVe,
=ADS FOR ba tyfoLe-r t r stairs h.l n, v age wasn't stopped the New York vine called Clterondendron, nor- A t
HEADSV s airs.0:5H"---forTthe viemf Frthe morederain M ts Pyo are, o-.
Se Yankees from ally with small, red, trumpet- mresenf t tvictory,thenthe more certainly'
Y M C A er Isthmian good-condition. Estoci6n Modler- veteran wh has a .346 lifetime shared flowers surrounded by you can plan the moves," he
Sorm e an n e t to ElBaturro). Phone average. The United Press lal- white petal like bracts, changed said.
abTeli es InTh U566 Panama. ed the Ynkees offered outfield- p r a ontousi
l mist. The white bracts folded back Today, Thursday, March 17 "In spite of gll the publicity
SNews of the death of Mrs. -60McDouald for WIlliai,- br'qand'left the red flowers exposed. P.M. gimmicks, all of-the shrewd re-
MaYme Taylor, wife of James D. PERSONALS t Red Box turned down th Davi row is trying the same 3:15-Freddy Martin Show cruiting systems," he said,
TIRED? NERVOUS?oTaylor of Leavenworth, Wash.,_of ter. system on begonias, fuchsias, 3:30-Music For Thursday "There Is one thing that will
TayloroILSeave:00-noatteW hie.bring Republican party-recruits
A massage will make you feel was received here today. GEORGE D. BARB, JR., H.E. Eu- palms and roses.4: Feature Reviewg r rri t
our od self Just call Tel. The Taylors came to the Isth- ropean Spinal Adjustment Tech- (Basketball) 4 s and :30-What's Your F a v o r ite fine programs for the benefit of
3-1660, Exteh. 3 anytime mus in 1940, and resided at Ga- niques. Coordinated Manipulative t is Is th calm before th (requests please phone all America,' and real work in
between 10 a.m. to 7 p. tun until they left in 1946. Mrs. Therapies. Release of Nervous stnrme o Ien colle e beketba. Francis ennsyana against 0) n th e
i I Salon Toaylor was a member of the Ga- Stress and Straip. Ortho-Kinesio- Te tlrn sumes ontht at a y to n. Cincinnati and i 5:30-News o ased o tin Re-
l Panama Massage on tun Union Church. She leaves logy. 14-49 Colle Estudionte. New York with fhc:semi-finals quesne clash In the nigntoap. 5:35-What's YUr Favrtethat will certainly ring Repub-
S two sons. both of whom attind- 2B. 10 to nd 3 to 8. By ap- O the Naton Invitation To 'e finals will be held au-as t ren
tmed alboa High School.nt P e2.EPt Tex Mr s t T 6:00-TOAST TO ST. PATRICKIenou0h to win with anybody
6:15-BLUE RIBBON SPORTSeE that is worthy of a place."
RADIO ePa I R 6.30-Wayne King Serenade 1956 political plans MblNabou
r RC EP S AuIk :13-MAGGI ORGAN MELO-la year from now. Until then, he
4 BDIES apparently does not ilnten to
tGuaranteed Parts 'tn7:15--One Night Stand answer Republican smterments
s guaranteed Parts i 7:30-Report From The USA-and Demorcratic statements, that
... GurnedPrtathlnVOA meI he wIll Inot.
PicknupCansDelivery r 8:00-NELSON EDDY'S PENT Former Gov. Thomai E. Dewey
SoRapid Service HOUSE PARTY tSva- I

rCourteous Treatment 4 8h0-Trake'It From Here BBCiMrsAs or r Phyllis Nobleorte
Gi uaallehS quests please phone:
GiveeusoaaCall' ad before 7:301)
45th.hSteNor p10:30-Music From Hotel El Pa Word has been received here of
-5t. nthBei o.Vista 10:4-nTame Fo Verse the death of Mrs Phyllis Noble,
Tl -15 n1m:00-Symphonyeen e Hall ,In North Hollywoodf Cal.
Tel. 3-1285 1 0-: .... ..HallMrs. Noble was well known on
12:00-News--SignOf the Isthmus until she left with
.-r-*- orTomorrow, Friday, March 18s her family two years ago She
hSPORToBAXTER. S..A.. .6:00-Sign On The Alarmwas the wife of Donald Noble,
PociCokCu Shippers(- Movrs. estsone-time manager of the Hotel
PblI... 2-2451 2-2562 please phone before7:00, Nacional in David..Mar
,__ Ridi_ please7phoneEbeforeIMEFormerly Miss Phyllis Marie
Learn Ridinsgat 8:30--Vath Me Meedham, Mrs. Noble was marri-
"I t & Jumping clases d3ily 8 15-Church In The Wildwod ago soonaafter her arrival. After
bypCCO SOLO GIL COUTS celebrated the birthday of the Girl Scouts of America at sea. Capt Thorn. of the Coco Solo Naval her marriage, she continued

IiStition. had authorized a trip by tug for the Intermediates of Troops 34 and 64. The tug left at 9:30 with about 25 happy Girl 9:00-News working for the 15th Naval Dis-
Scouts singing favorite songs of Scouts. They made a tour of the Bay and up into the entrance of the Canal, returning in time 9:39-SacredeHeartttrict as as structural engineer.
foMg the birthday party at the Coco Solo Scout House. All five Lrops from Coco Solo; Brownie Troops,2, 18 and 36. and Inter- 30-AsIeeItMrs. Noble, who died from Ill-
Meetings j mediate Troops 24 and 64, took part In the party, which started with each troopgleading a game or dance. or teaching a song or (Cutean d OdURAnot by her and,9paren
dance to the entire group. Each girl had brought her lunch and Troops ate outdoors on the shady lawn. The party ended in the (Cutex and Odoronod qa by her husband, parents, two
this month's meeting of the 'l -please phone before 8:30P
'C..a Le wsUofLb o-tt LirG e s110-Nw- ou rked or It.


xI'exII te~. -aI uIr t members of the committee Ma be- rema hel t i o ins free m n$5,000 bond
prto-. 6:3---Melacktae Musicale
pnare A ts ofotnh e ompris- I can Nausaw l attor
lieamAF. ae Fwal mtans desi:45Pubto
g the mot as i- The matter of the allocation Bebu os*w At he did not conselae
by of funds collected durirg the s-ki be and that the gver s
I- year and the informing of T e .'him due "
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programs ,

In '56-Ike

if New York, twice a GOP pres-'
dentlal nominee, added his
words to the Republican drive to
draft the President in 1956. He
aid he "confidently" hopes Mr.
Eisenhower will run again.
Dewey, a prime mover in Mr.
Eisenhower's nomination and
election in 1952, made his state-
ment after 9 White House coh-
erence with the President. H9e
declined to say whether they
discussed plans for 1956, but said
hey had discussed possible re-
election in the past.

Walter Winchell
(Continued from are 2) r
Senator Fulbright: Are you go-
ing to cll the editors and publish-
ers of those publications? Or ia
the purpose of your committee -to,
draft an unconstitutional law forf
Walter Winchell alone?
Mr. McCormick told you that
the 1929 stock market was:dis.
lunest-that it was rigged., -'.
Meaning crooked .., Are you g
ing to ask him if any brokers
rigged that national catastrophe
a-e still doing business? ., Wha
pools they ran? Who mnulci
(gypped, swindled, misled, robbeR
the public?. At least tll
Americani investors would k no,
which Wall.- Street firms are only
as honest as the law forces them
to be Why haven't you com-
pared this with my record-as, te-
tified to before your committee?,
It is there in the clearest terms
S. Sen Payne (of Maine) asked
4'. McCormick how many radio
and television (so-called advance
'ews) tips by me had been wrong
. Mi. McCormick replied: "I
uo not know of an instance where
I could say Winchell had made a
mis-statement."
"In other words," said Sen.
Payne, "you would not say it was
irresponsible" "You are abso-
lutely right." replied Pres. Mc-
Lormick. 'there was nothing
wrong with Winchell's facts."
Well, Senator Fulbright, it will
:h a long while before, anybody
hears Walter Winchell apologize
lor telling the publicthe truth .
The committee admits that what I
said was not against any law ..
The President of the American Ex-
change testified that my reports'
were accurate and my facts
straight and that I was not irre.
sponsible Then why the dis-
tortion in the committee's state-
mnents?
If the American people have de.
rived any sense of confidence j~
lth free enterprise system of our
country. I am proud of the part I
played in it But a friendly
Aaquiry into why the people have
bid the stock market so idgh, is
even more pointless than an in.
vestigation of why the4great stall
uf Arkansas sent its preat Soes to
the U.S. Senate.
I am sorry that yoar committee
has not continued a 'feaJ'r of it
when ranking Republican Senator
FHomer E. Capehart waS -chairman
last year. The chief rule'was! Aiy
one disparge'i or held iA an up-
favoraole light by any testimony
was immediately called to defend
himself.. Like yourself, I do not
know anything about the market.
l.nt I do know that since your
friendly inquiry the public h a 5
i'een frightened and values up to
$8 billion were lost last Frid*
. When was Wal Street's bht
Dress "qent and hooter, t he r
'were plus signs biOM lng a ,
everywhere.


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MOV IS IV ADO
IK\by &*~I"r Jehnon J ~i
-U U -
BOLLYWOOD- (NEA)-Behind There's now a July release date
tie Screen: The sarong has re- In "Jet Pilot" the movie Janet
turned to the Hollywoods and like Leigh and John Wayne made for
almost everytUbe else it's been Howard Hughep in 1950.
hbit by Inflation.Not the cost-the "I'm wondering if Hughes will
using SEE level advertise it: "See The YOUNG
John Wayne." Janet's already
When Dorohy Lauour made quipping about the five-year-old un-
Safotgs famous as the sleepy la-, seen film:
goon belle of the late '30's, they "I can hardly wait to s.ee how
were cut beiow her knees, I looked when I was &,chid."
They've been climbing ever1 looke wen I wa chd
sinc and the ones Virgin Myo e osee an. Longshot: ra
nd -i1Z Kontell are wearing un. ls- usadLnhogGrc
gre the swaying palms these days Kelly heads for a Lake Placid
brve gone about as high as anyskiing vacation before returning to
decent sarong can g.jllywood for the March 30 Os-
There's haronly a sarong at allo car shindig -.Doris Da and
re ha a a'hubby sail for England April 6 on
me. ~the Queen Elizabeth Leg ail-
Cut 'way above the knees-just Imet of The Mills Broters'
like tShosenew shortie nightgowns. Ifather-he sines bass 'in the act-
"In fact," Virgo whispered, has pals womed. They're headlin.-
s Is shorter than m ing at the Las Vegas Flamingo.

Virginia was wearing a blanket Private US Funds


as a skirt to keep warm between
sceaes of "Pearl of the South Pa-
cific"' when she said it.
That movie'Zsa Zsa Gabor and
Rubirosa were to make is being
set up for Missu Double Z and al6-
cther leading man. No amount of
String-pulling by Rubi could per-
suae J1ncle Sam to grant him a
Labor permit. And Zsa Zsa's, n o t
the type to give up a movie role.
THE WITNET: Jeff Morrow
about a producer: "He's having
such a leading-lady casting prob-
lem he says grace before every
meal. GRACE Kelley."
This is Hollyw9od, Mrs. Jones:
UTJ built a big stern-wheeler river-
. boat vintage of the '80s for Tony
(C*rtis' new film, "The Rawhide
Years.' The paddle is turned. by a
1M53 Cadillac motor.
Not 1i the Script: When TV'.
"*torie WNthhe Cenltury'" Was comic
mended by-a PTA group for its
good grammar, star Jim Davis
drawled:
S"'s a happy accident as far as
I'm conceraet. Where I come
from (the MissHuie hill country)
Swe always thought ra m a r
meant grampaw's w fe."
SHELLEY .-WINTERS ..dopsn't
care if she bumps into ex-hubby
Vittorio Gassman or not. She's still
g0ig to Rom to star in a movie
Tbelma Schnee is writing for her
a. Maroie Main's concerned
about h.r health and will check
into Scripps Clinic before starting
"The KetUes in the Tall Corn."
Edward G. Robinson moved
back into his mansion with the
adjoining art gallery and Gladys
took off for vacation. Only two
weeks before Gladys sued for di-
vorce, the had agreed to separate
maintenance but not a legal split.
Ann bheridan continues to be
Movietown's mystery dol. S h e
beezed into Hollywood for two
days, then bolted right back to
Mexico City,.


Help Economy

Of Philippines
An example of how successful
private American investment can
serve the economic and social
interests of many foreign coun-
tries was made public today in a
reportt issued by the National
Planning Association of Wash-
ington, D.C. on the operations of
the Philippine American Life
Insurance Company of Manila.
The 94-page report, In survey-
ing the diverse activities of the
company, makes a special point
of assessing the degree of inte-
gration the company has achiev-
ed In the Philippine economy
and its acceptance by the Phil-
ippine business community and
public as a contributor to the
national welfare.
The report on Philippine Amer-
ican Life Insurance (Philam-
life), is the third in a series of
case studies being conducted by
the National Planning Associa-
tion on U.S. Business perform-
ance abroad.
In the life insurance field, the
report states, Philamlif Is the
leading company in the Philip-
pines, accounting for nearly half
the total number of policy hold-
ers in the island, and about 40
ner cent of the total business in
force. !
By and large the policy hold-
ers serviced by Philamli'fe are
drawn from the medium income
groups. In suburban areas they
are usually small independent
businessmen, professional and
salaried workers between 25 and
30 years of age' In rural areas,
small landlords, professional
workers and school teachers. The
amount of life insurance rnrried
by the average policy holder is
a little less than his annual in-
come an Pmount that com.
pares favorably with the aver-
age coverage in the United
States.


They


Warbled Their


Way


To


Top


...And Into The Hearts Of Young America


(First of Three)
By DICK KLEINER
NEW YORK (NEA) It is
very simple to become a rich,
famous and beloved girl singer.
Just follow these tested rules, as
practiced by the richest, most
famous and most beloved thrush-
es of the day:
1. Start out to be an actress, as
Dinah Shore did.
2. Start out to be an artist, ps
Patti Page did.
3. Start out to be a dancer, as
Joni James did.
4. Flip a coin, as Rosemary
Clooney did.
And if these are too complicat-
ed, just keep singing, as they all
did. For there is no simple path
to thrushdom, and these girls-
the top stars-all achieved fame
in different ways.


JONI JAMES: A thrush with-
out a sound is nowhere at all.
Dinah Shotr and Joni James,
for example are perfect con-
tiasts. Miss James is celebrated
as record's "Cinderella Girl," and
not because of a glass slipper. It
took her just one record, the
t-mash hit, "Why Don't You Be-
lieve Me," to establish her as a
big star.
But Dinah Shore didn't h a v e
it so easy. Her first record is now
a collector's item. It featured
Xavier Cugat and his band on
a tune called "Thrill of a New
Romance." In small print it
said, "Vocal by Dinah Shaw."
She vwas just a scared kid then
-to scared to do anything about
correcting the misspelling of h e r
nrame. he was scared for sev-
ejal years.


Farm Bureau Anxious


bklaor Glynn who wrote he th
book that ma ClaraBow the The report points out that forr US increase
'It" girl in the Roaring Twenties the most part Filipinos view life
is the sub-jectof-a biograph-y insurance as a method of saving In Pork
SAnthony on with ontingencys a secondary Pork C nsump
Over 90 g er cent of all Phillam- CHICAGO March 17 (UP) The
Sammy Cahn, who wrote the liftte individual policies are en- American Farm Bureau Federa-T
lyrics to "Three Coins in the Foun. dowment nlons. with the 20-year.t.on called yesterday for a con-
in," ga.ve a pal a picture of him. endowment by far the most naop- certed effort to increase consump-
fa 4d his 4w ki in the Cahnlm ar. In-a sense, then. Philam- t.on of pork
wiihpmlgVpool. On the back Sam-,life is helping to build up an
y Wr .- jinportant institutional form of The federation asked for coo
-.M IweCANS In the Fountain."' savings throughout the country .eraton rom the food industry.
state farm frireaus and the U.S.
S- Agriculture Department.
/ -- -- I I I AAFBF President Charles B.
-,-. i n 1- 1-' A a 1 I|human warned that big supplies
SPRE-R E A SE "are focingprices down, to the
PREREL EASE A Hi iL n JUjL | disadvantage of farmers. In a
I ,-r .i telegram to industry leaders, he
___!____UI__1_1 K W asked them to promote the sale
STOMO, i l. |of pork as a "good buy" at this
_____ _'S S __ m I___, _, ,, time for houa e-wives.
Tgi.I I "H. T o marketing are running
T A__ TV i erc a r t~ e runin


fi**om 17-;per centf to 25 per cent
greater than comparable weeks a
S.year ago," he said. "Wholesale
prices of must important cuts ad
pork dre down 22 per cent to 42
-6 o moant eauiful per cent. Loins are down 22 per
,er.,t Boston butts 34 per cent;
low. M**aryhams 32 per cent; picnies 27 per
I.ll ate' iam
Icent. and bacon 42 pew cent.
of ail 'a.e... -Farm prices of hogs the week
, es ,m.w *- February 15 averaged $16.40,
Sor 77 per cent of parity. This is
noices- the lowest nrice for this period i
several years and compares with
[, "a price of $5 20 or M1 percent
i y S,'of parity, a year ago.
"In view of this situation and in
the interest og working out an lI.
dOstry soalut, i unts problem,
we solicit -pour cooperptln."


vsweaea
CONCORD N. IL (UP), -


Cur.
Pyacikdw flow 4 t


Dinah never particularly want-
eo to be a singer. As a starry.
eyed teen ager, she fixed her
starry eyes tn a career, as an ac
tress. In f a c t, at Hume Fogg
High School, in Nashville, s h e
Iwas the leadmg lady in the dra-
ntatic society. (Leading man, in-
ridentally, waf Delbert .M a n n,
now a top television director with
the Philco-Gcodyear TV P 1 a y-
hlbuse.)
She always sang, but just for
fun. She was going to be another
Hl.elen Hayes, and Helen Hayes
vras no thrush. So, after high
school, she decided to storm New
York. Her mAther had died when
she was 15, and her father was
set against his little girl g o i n g
to the wicked big city.
But Dinah went. Her father
wouldn't help her financially, so
Nhe sold her camera and enlarger
(photography is her hobby) a n d
lit out for Bruadway with a bank.
roll of $232.
r She was lucky. Inside of three
months, she was embarked on her
career-but as a singer, not an
actress. She switched for the best
of reasons: got a job singing.
It w.'s a spot on a local New
York radio station. At first, there
was n pay. But it led to oc-
casional band d a t e s, complete
with money And there was a
two-wedk engagement at t h e!
Strand Theater at $70 a week.
Then an NBC executive heard her
and soon she had her own 15-min-
ute show.
"During my first five years,'
Dinah recalls "' was always ner.
vous. I never sang well at all. I
don't know why anybody liked
ne. My father used to write me,
letters saying, 'Save your money
--you can't sing like G r a c i e
Fields.' "
But, despite this modest self-
; appraisal, Dinah gradually grew
in popularity. She achieved her
first real fame on a great radio
* snow, "The Chamber Music So-
ciety of Lower Basin Street." And
Isle went nation-wide on the Ed-
lde Cantor show. A record "Yes
My Darling Daughter," helped,
too.


It was along pull for Dinah
Shore.
It was quicker and easier f o r
Joni James. But stardom is nev-
er a pushover.
Joni is a tin y Chicago girl,
who'd been studying dancing
since she was 12. Ballet was her
aream. She lived it, slept it,
studied it. She worked as a baby-
sitter to pay the $1.50-a-week tu-
ton for ballet classes at Chica-
go's Children's Civic Dr a m a
group. Later. she work ed in a
bakery, icing cakes.
Still later she modelled-under
things. She's a dark-haired beau-
ty with a model's figure. A tiny
modei's figure since Joni is bare-
ly five feet all. All her earnings
went ior dancing lessons. She-
like Dinah-sang for the fun of
it, but there was never a thought
of a singing career., -,
She had a brief fling as a danc-
er, on a Canadian tour, then was
laid up by an appendicitis attack.
While recuperating she sang. And
-this is real life, too-somebody
heard her, offered her a record


I ALBOAI
I STARTS SATURDAY! I


MARILON BRANDO
JEANSIMMONS
MERLE ONVRON
MICH4AKELRNE


Late Shows
Friday 10 30 p.m.
DIALO HTS.
"MYSTBIY T$MTT"
0 o. '


DINAH SHORE AND MELISSA: It was a long road, but a record
called "Yes My Dading Daughter" helped on th .


contract, and her first record was
the biggest hit of the year.
While their backgrounds, differ,
both Dirah Shore and Joni James
have one thing in common. And
this item is what makes them
singing start-their voices are
distinctive. You can't mis tak e
inem. You can always tell Dinah's
creamy voice and Joni's tear-
Epattered sound.


And, in the opinion of many top
students of the field, it is impos-
sible to achieve fame in pop sing,
ing unless you have a voice that
is quickly recognizable.
There are many great singers
around who've never made it,
simply because their voices lack
any distinguishing sound.
A thrush without a sound is
nowhere. \


SHOWING AT YOUR SERVICE CENTER
THEATERS TONIGHT!
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Frl., "SANDS IF, IWO JIMA"
PEDRO MIGUEL 7:00
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steel. As Newschart shows. U. S. production has steadily IncrAe
during every decade of this century, With the exception f the
pression '30's. Figures. *tfrom American Iron and SteelJ Indu
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iNEW YORK, March 17 (UP)-Chipper Char- ST PETERSBURG, Fla., March
ley Dressen, anxious to boost the Washington Sen- 17 (UPi Bobby Avila, Cleve-
land's holdout America-i Leage
ators into the first division in his first year as man- batting champion, was being
ager. is sounding his shrill whistle in cheery tones so ht today by the Chicavgo
today because his "key men" are coming through. fered second baseman Nellie Fnx
I i"even up" in return.
After dropping their first two the Yankees lost to the Chicagoi Frank Lane, the trade-con-
games under his direction, the White Sox. 3-1. Yankee pennant scilous general manager of the
Senators now are riding a three- plans Include a large place for, White Sox, has been making
game winning streak, including Turley, American League strike- long distance telephone calls
an impressive 7-4 win over the; out king obtained during the to Cleveland general manager
hard-hitting Cincinnati Reds at winter from the Baltimore Hank Greenberg in Tucson,
Jacksonville yesterday. Orioles. Aris., for the past three days
Not only does the winning Still another veteran to In an effort to culminate the
skein make Dressen happy, but Make a good showing yester- deal. s
the showings of pitcher Bob day was outfielder Monte Ir- Avila, 28-year-old Mexican-
Porterfield and outfielder Jim vin of the New York Giants, born second baseman who won
Busby were even more delight- one of the. Giants' major prob- the batting crown with a .341 av-
ful. lems after batting only .262 last erage last year, left Tucson by
Porterfleld, tabbed by Dressen .season.. Irvin drove. In four. plane Monday after failing to!
as a "sure 20-game winner" a- runs, including the three de- come to terms. He and Green-
long with Mickey MtDermott. cisive tallies, as the world berg reportedly are $6,000 apart
hurled six shutout innings and champions' "A" team defeated and Avila has threatened to
allowed the Redleg musclemen the Chicago Cubs, 5-3. "quit baseball and work as an
only five singles as Dressen piped In other camps: engineer in Mexico" if his salary
his famed whistle in encourage- Jim Finigan. Bill Renna, Joe demands aren't met.
,ment. Centerfilder Busby, who DeMaestrl. Bill Stewart. and Don In offering 'the =crappy, 27-
'must have a good season to make Bollweg hit homers to lead an year-old Fox, who batted .310
Dressen's dreams of moving from ll-hit attack as the Kansas list season, Lane is coening bid-
sixth place to fourth come true. City A's won their first game un-:dlng for a player un whom he
showed his familiar fielding der their new banner, 8-3, overhas had his eyes for some time.
urowess-with a sensational div- Detroit after four losses and q The White Box general man-
one-1hqnded catch that roo- tie: rookie infielder Ken Boyer, ager has expressed his admira-
bed ous Bell of a sure triple and a .319 hitter at Houston last sea- tion for Avila repeatedly in the
the Reds of two runs, and also son. whacked a homer and two past and has even spoken to the
flashed unfamiliar slugging pow- singles for the St. Louis Cardin-Ilndians about a p6sstole deal nor
er In a 375-foot homer over the als in an 11-10 defeat by the him, but until now Cleveland
left field fence. Milwaukee Braves; Bob Thorpe.,refused to let him go.
Bl b Feller, winner of 262 a 28-game winner In the minors Greenberg, however, has let
majbr league games and owner last season, allowed the Glants it be known he has "reached
of the second longest career a- only one hit In three innings in the end of my patience" with
mona active major leaguers. did the 6-4 loss: Lou Ortiz boosted Avila while the sw.rthy little
his stint in the 6-4 victory of the his batting average to .474 and second baseman is equally de-
Indians' "B" sauad over the New Ted Kazanski boosted his to .400 termined not to give ground in
York Giants' "B" squad and re- for the spring as each got three the bitter salary battle.
pleated his Intention to go on hits for the Philadelphia Phils Greenbere talked to Avila by
pitching "as long as I can get who beat the Boston Red Sox. phone yesterday and said Avila T
anybody out." 17-12: Ed Roebuck, rookie Dodger ."hasn't come down one cent." (
There was good news for the pitcher, ran his string to eight The Indians general manager E
New York Yankees. too, as bul- Innings without an earned run then called Avila "a key man, i
let Bob Turley virtually wiped allowed as the Dodgers bet the but we've got lots of key men." S
out the bad impression he made Baltimore Orioles, 18-8: and Avila hinted that Greenberg E
in his spring debut last week. pitcher Cal Hogue. 27, wa.i the browbeat him into accepting on- p
Hammered for five runs in one first man to be cut from the I'/a $1.000 raise last year when
inning. then, he bouced back Pittsburgh Pirates' squad, being the Indians' general manager
yesterday with a four-hit shut- optioned to Hollywood of the Pa- threatened to break off salary
.out hurling for fou innings as clfic Coast League. negotiations i laTucson and fly m
back to Cleveland. This year, V
SAvila said he would not be inti- p
Arizona Has Bia 'Steak' midated, so he flew back to Mex- t
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1y RARtY GRAYSON LEE AND THOMAS ARE GI.L u nma nl
SPIOENIX, Ariz.-NFEA)-Phoe- standing six-five and wighirng 240
luix makes more of the old wild pounds. Lee if the son of Thorn. The Panama Canal Zone
arAd woolly west than any other ton Lee, who pitched for the In. Women's- Bowling Association,
cJwtown. podndh. dians and White Sox and is now rolling their annual Champion-
Vigilantes see that you dress employed by an air research man- ship Tournament on the Marga-
,western or efle from now through utacturing companyy at this oasis, rita Alleys, March 11, 12 and 13
thq, World Championship Rodeo, C(ale comes in at 235 pounds, now finished with the following
dar. 11-20. A similar show j ust has more power than speed, but champions and prize winners:
closed in Tucson. should pick up some lick when he All events Marge Harvey.
More people -upward of 5000z8 outgrows boyish fat. I Team champions Margarita
watch the Giants work out in No. 1 Eleanor Browne, Gladys
Phoenix and the Indians in Tuc-. Tom Sheehan and Dutch Reuth- Pescod, Helen Light, Marge Do-
son than see the average major or. the Giants' scouts, the Cleve. herty and Ruth Tortoricl.
league exhibitip* game in Florida. land bird dogs and Sloppy Thur. Doubles champions Kay
And while Arizonans watch the ston of the White Sox are more Filebark and Marge Harvey
Giants and Indians the champ- interested in the University of Singles champion Ruth Tor-
mne eye Arizona. Arizora' games than they are in torici.
Those of the big league club
'The reason, for this are the kid training on the desert. Ruth was the defending champ
ttehrs Donnie Lee and Carl and almost repeated, loosing by
e .dj 9 pins. For 7 years Kay held the
as a 235-o o u n d outfielder Arizona went to the quarter- doubles with one partner or an-
a..ed Don Gil and First Base- finals of the National Collegiate other, last year losing to Ivy
man Dick Grei '." Athletic Association b a s e b all VanWie and Dell Bieda. Terry
championship a year ago and ex- Burrell was last year's singles
iIn football Dan Devine is in- All championships werewon
stallir.g the Michigan State mul- on scratch scores and all prize
tple offense 'at Arizona S
Tle offense at Arizona State at money is awarded on handicap
Tempe Art Luppino of Arizona scores, the prize fund amounted
set a new national scoring record to prize fun$283. mounted
I last fall.t$8
400DAY- 60c. --30c. Team winners: Margarita No.
S .Y -" 6 90C. Phoenix high school graduates 1; Disasters; Omegas, Curundu
4 55, 9:05 p.m. iayd in the Rose Bowl with Cal. Women No. 1; and Nite Ols. (Hi
Siiornia teams in successive years game. Margarita No. 1).
--Bobby Thompson with Stanford Doubles winners: Stone & Gib-
TAlU l and Ken Thompson with Southern son; Zeletes & Metzger; Gaumer
SCalifornia. They're not related. & McGhee; Bailey & Browne;
Natives point to Bill Miller, who Ball & Cook; Mitchusson & Ca-
Linished second mn the javelin inIpezzerra; Williams & Rogers;
the 1952 Olympic Games. He'll bei Tortorici & Waggoner; Frankel
MN Y a threat in the decathlon in '.56. & Daniel. (Hi game Ball &
B1ill Mthonev one-time Not reCook).
A DName trackman and later the Ir. Singles winners: Tortorici,
IR'" i coach. is county attorney. Williams, Gunn, Frankel, Gau.
Cnarley Borah, one-time Olympic mer, Ball. Pescod, Kelley, Car-
I sprinter. is a dentist here. He vis- mack, Harvey, Metzger, Zeletes,
At? with Simon Gillis, 0 1 y m1ie Stone, Bailey, Light, Gibson,
*hammer thrower of 1908-12. Cook, Browne and Albritton. (Hi
game Tortorici).
I THE PROGRIAM FOR THE All-events winners: Harvey,
I'hoenix Ope. on the winter tour Tortorici, Williams, Zeletes G,au-
s consider the finest for any mer and Frankel.
golL, tournament anywhere, pro- Special Prizes: Light and
iuse with color pictures and back-JBurnd.
*'round material and mailed free The annual meeting to elect
Anywhere once bought. officers and award the prize
Th f money will be held Sunday,
The f i v e tennis-playirg young. March 20 at 2:00 p.m. in the Mar-
sters of Dr. and Mrs. Paul Pal-. garita Clubhouse. All members'
mer, ranging in age from 4 to 13, are invited to attend.
have cleaned, up state competition
mn all ages a"m are ranking satuth-
western stars. For the s.e cond tin broke in with the Phoenix ball
year, Patsy. soon to be 14, will be club.
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John McGraw's World Ser- owned by the same Mrs. Eliza-
outhpaw and Grover Land 1eth Arden Graham, is a beauty
Bad Grace, Hank Leiber resort here, not a stable of horses.
ted in "hoenlx now lives a
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ham have winter homes. 'ight-heavywteiht champion, came
cut of Phoenix Lew Ambers
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came to Phoenix with a ts. Jimmy Martinez and Char-
ae sa w ad a ar ledyley Salas, clever middleweights.
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scheduled for Q.pnday night at
t he Colon Arena is consider re d
by experts a sure thing to be
a thriller all the way.
; .. Acmenteros beat Brown in a
I thrilling six-rounder in their
first meeting. The second' time
they met, Joltin' Joe evened the
score but not before passing some
anxious moments. The return
match was halted in the eighth
round with Armenteros ahead
because the Cuban was bleeding
profusely from a badly cut lip.
The last meeting between
these two classy boxers was in
January so Armenteros' ip has
had plenty of timid to heal. Be-
sides this, the Cuban says that
he has solved Joltin' Joe's dif-
cult style of fighting and the
S. outcome will be different this
time.


TAKE YOUR PICK-Detroit's three first basemen look around
protctive screen in front of the base at Lakeland. Fla. camp,
wondering who willopen season. Left to right are Ferris Fain,
Wayne Belard and Jack PhilUips. (NEA)


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LITTLE LEAGUE Dubbs, 3b 1 0 0
R. Brockman, If 2 0 0
Half Standings Corrigan, rf 1 0 0
W L PetL
fe 4 1 .800
4 1 .800 ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
3 2 .600 JOE BROWN
3 2 .600 The Coca Cola Bottlers picked
1 5 .166 up their first win, of the second Yesterday, Armenteros boxed
1 5 .166 half, drubbing the Litle Mottas three rounds with Daniel Ward
by an 11 to 3 score. but had to pull his punches be-
10, Seymour 1' For the first three innings it cause of his obvious superiority.
fe trounced the Sey- was an evenly played game. The Despite taking it easy against
y yesterday by the Bottlers opened the action In Ward, the Colon lad received a
re of 10 to 1. Perky the 1st getting two tuns on W. going over. This Armenteros will
really on and retired French's homerun blast with one certainly be a tough. hombre to
lve men to face him, on. The Mottas went ahead in beat Suday night.
he day. was over he the bottom half of the second Joltin' Joe also worked out at
1 more strike out to with three runs. Lefty Sanchez the Arena yesterday afternoon.
knocked in two runs in that in- Joe went through his paces at
, Perky, with a corn- ning with a nice dublee to left 2:00 p.m. while the Cuban work-
, eased up a bit and field, ed out at 4:30 p.m. Brown boxed
)red then only, run. The $ottlers came back with thrbe rounds with Baby Hawkins
hit performance on two unearned runs in the fourth; and. as usual, was his codl mas-
and -he helped his and in the fifth started in on terful self.
getting three safe- the Mottas pitching in earnest. Both Brown and Armenteros
hitting department, In this inning, with two away, L. are scheduled to continue their
d honors with Willie French walked, L. Wilder hit, W. daily afternoon workouts at
also got three hits. French hit, and G. Cotton had a the Colon Arena until comple-
arl toed the mound hit. Cotton stretched his single tion of their training pro-
iour Agency, but got into a home (?) runs as. three grams.
in 'the first inning errors were made in a row. Be- The semifinal bids fair to be
four runs on only fore the dust had settled four another thriller. Hard-hitting
runs had crossed the plate, and Lupe Pancho hopes to knock in-
s defeat hurt the the Coke boys were well out in proved Chocolate II kicking in a
ency's chances for front. hurry. Pancho has been concen-
nd half bunting be- treating on solid hitting in his
for them would have Louie French was the winning workouts. These boys will go six
for first place. As it pitcher, and although well-hit rounds or less at 128 pounds.
tied for third place. was still in at the finish. Pate Another six-rounder pits Han-
game with Lincoln was the loser, relieved by Bowers kin Barrows III against Marcial
owing Saturday wUll and Donahue. Molinar at 135 white the card
as far as Seymour will get underway with the four-
Of course with Spur COCA COLA BOTTLERS round preliminary between Clau-
Gibraltar the other dio Martinez and Kid Zefine II.
en hopes to Gibral- Players AB R H General admission is $1.00.
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LINCOLN LIFE
Players AB
Bowman, rf 0
Joyner, rf 3
Ward, 2b 3
McElhone, 2b 3
Crook, lb 4
Parker, p 4
Engelke, as 4
Beck, Sb 0
Lambert, 3b 3
White, c 4
Nessler,'lf 1
Jordan, rf 1
radshaw, cf 0
Bassett, cf 2
SEYMOUR
Huddleston, 2b-ss 3
Boatwright, cf
Allen. lb 3
Mallory, p 1
Morris, ss 1
Pearl, p-2b 2
McGowin, c 2


Freuch, L. p
French, W. ss
Wilder, L. 3b
Cotton, c
Cronnan, cf
Dockery, If
Rankin, 2b
Sanders, If
Fernandez lb
Taber, rf
Burns, rf
Totals
vs. LITTLE MOT
Alberga, rf
Dgnahue, 3b
Sanchez, lb
Moreland. ss
Bowers, If-p
Belanger, 2b
Bonnaneau
Drohan, cf
Pate, p
Klimp, c
Greene, If
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Players
Maylan, 2b
Sobkowlak, ss
Hall, Jerry. lb
Guido, cf
King, p
Fewnando, c
Smith, J. If
Willard, rf
Aleguas, 3b
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2 0 0.0 2
2 0 0 8 0
2 0 0 0 0
2 0 1 8 0
3 0 0 1 0
3 0 0 0 2
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Errors: Sobkowiak..
vs. POWELLS


Dedeaux, s
Hall, Jbhn, lb
Swearingen c
Highly, If
Hooper, cf
Gibson. N. p
Manning, 2b
Smith, S. rf
Dockery, ss
Totals


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1 00 2 0
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FINAL STANDINGS
Atlantic Twilight League
W L Pet.
Powells 8 1 .889
Navy 6 3 .744
C.H.S. 2 7 .222
Casanovas 2 7 .222 1
TUESDAY'S RESULTS
Powells 1. Navy 0
By TREVOR SIMONS
It was a Noel Gibson show at
Mt. Hope Stadium Tuesday night f
in which Powells nosed out Navy
1 to 0 to cinch the second half
of the Atlantic Twilight League,
and with it, the 1955 champion-
ship.
Gibson- of Pdwells and Jim
King of the Navy nine, the same
two twirlers that locked horns
in the previous Tuesday game
were listed as starting hurlers
for last Tuesday's game and the
fans settled back to see another
thriller. They were not disap-
pointed.
The only difference was that
in the March 8 Powel' -Navy
game, which Powells tooi 2-0,
Navy fans felt that King had
been the victim of a bad break
in -the seventh frame when both
Powells runs scored after the
Navy pitcher had pitched no-hit
shut out ball.
This time the pitching duel
was somewhat different. Gibson
was much the best In setting
Navy 'down on, four hit and
pulled himself out of a eauple
of tight holes with the confi-
dent of a champion. It was Gib-
son's tenth complete game tad
ninth win for the season as he
completed 14 scoreless innings a-
gainst the strong Navy nine In
two successive shut-out efforts.
Nine Navy batters were sent1
back via the strikeout rgute and
the Powella pitcher allowed t'o
walks, both in the fourth frame
which, bt for poor wbaerunn3 g!
on the part of Navy. might haVe
befA their big chane of the
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MIAMI BEACH. It was Ironic that two of thMe Most celep
berated hiters of resent years played it ball. parks which eol'e
not have done less to complement their power if the p laes had
been built precisely with that in mind. What the two weld
have done In more congenial physical surrmoundpa s aa lei
been a source of speculation.I
If the fates had been less perverse, the right-handed Joe DI-
Magglo would have spent hi_ baseball life. in Boston's Fenway
Park,'where the left-field walPe calls for no more than a oip shot,
adi the left-handed Ted Williams would have been residen slug-
ger in Yankee Stadium, where the right-field extremity beckons
so Intimately.
If it had been that way, what would have happened?
"Both of us probably would have broken Ruth'a homer raword
(68," said sun-tanning DIMagglo. "I'm pretty aio I would have
the year I hLt 46. Williams .might even save go but, of
course, he would have had to quit "taking.' o
"Well, you know how Teddy is. If the ball lsn't ovewhe won't
swing. Even if they got two strikes on him and the nmxt pitch
is close, he won't go -for it. What he doesn'tseem ,t consider
is tHat while a walk takes nothing from your ave1 M It 4dsn't
put anything on It, either. And obviously you've got to
get hits."
Of all the great hitters, baseball has known nonoe haever
put a higher value on the free iass to first than thot Red' Box
slugger. And this is extraordinary in view of the fae that his
Interest in the game begins and -ends with hitting. He never
troubled himself to develop big league proficiency in any pther
phase of the sport.
*
IT'S GOTTA BE OVER
Normally, the type of player who can't wait to get a bat in
his hands will cut at any pitch that is around the platt. Some
have even become noted as expert bad-ball hitters. Joe Medwick
was one.
"They don't put the ball over for the good hitters," he once
to,d me. "So. it you expect to hit you've got to swing at any
pitch you can reach."
But that, as never been Williams' way. No matter what the
circumstances, the pitch always had to be over. He' has re-
markably keen vision, a fact widely publicized, and when he
spurns a hair-line pitch, more times than not the umpires give
him the benefit of their doubt.
The ancient aphorism, "a walk is as good as a hit," loses
considerable meaning when your best hitter is up and the situa-
tion shrieks for a long drive. If the ball is anywhere around
the plate he must go for it. If he "takes," then he's not a team
player.
I once saw the Babe reach across the plate and belt a homer
in the stands with one hand to win an extra-inning game against
the old St. Louis Browns. The count was 3 and 0.
In 1923 Ruth was passed 170 times, a record that still stands.
But that year he hit only 41 home runs. In '27, when he hit bis
60. the pitchers didn't have much choice; if they passed the
Babe, they had to pitch to Lou Qehrig, and that was the year
the Iron Man had come into his own, his .373, Including 47
homers.

,THE OLD SCHOOL TIE
According to DiMagglo, Williams has always been extremely
popular with the players. Just the same, they recognize his In-
flexible adherence to the impeccable pitch for what it is, name-
ly, a studied determination to keep his batting average as lu-
minous as possible.
Williams' ambition is to bow out of baseball with the high-
est career-average of his generation. At the end of the '54 sea-
son he topped runner-up Stan Musial of the St. Louis .Cards
by four points, .348 to .344. This, of course, is another reason
for his firm insistence that the pitch must be right in there.
But as DiMaggo points out: i f your best hitter dosu' et
those bi lhrtl for: you, who is?",,
At that, the Clipper isn't too sure Williams plays it smart
by refusing to go after the off pitches.
"You build your average on hits, not walks, and, naturally,
the more hits you get, the higher your average goes."
The intentional pass is something else. "There's nothing
your big hitter can do about that," admitted DiMaggio. "But a
loL of pitches that aren't over are still good enough to hit.
Pitches that miss the strike zone by an inch or so. You cap get
just about as much wood on that kind of pitch as on one that
cuts the middle of the plate. So why not whack it?"
The team player usually does, and invariably when It's go
for broke,



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B-N- --DjI By HARRY GRAYSON club would have brought him up
but the Injuns, as you know, ha
TUCKSON, ArIz. (NEA) niore pitching than anything elme.
A 4o- An enterprising photographer had Score s hig' school, sandlot and
herb Score and Hal Newhouser semi-profesptonal r e c o r d reads
t&tar.d side by side at Hi Corbett like Dick Merriwell. He had six V ,''A A
Field and go through the motion or seven no-hitters in high school, ON TRAIN F I ^
Mof pitching. You would h a v se lst one, averaged two strikeouts *., 1
thought that the cameraman was an inning. N --\-- in
doing it with mirrors, Score was originally raised in A-. "
In Herbert Jude Score, not yetb liooklyn and Valley 8 trea m, ,, e.
:2, the Indians have a young n 'Lng Island, and Father Thomas FROi
Newhouser-and then some. In, Kelly of the Holy Name of Mary .
appearance, Score Is a startling parish in Valley @trean switched
look alike to Newhouser-lanky, Ihim from the outfield to pitching l
blond icose Getting the sig n, while he was in the sixth grade. M.rT;. E.
they G(ld their arms at the sides Score is another big score for
the same way. The windups are Cy Slapnicka who-signed Feller.
identical. The knee comes up the A Lake. Worth policeman ga v e s --
same wy and both have that big the veteran sc out the tp on
tkick. l score. He was paid a robust
SDO N I erb Score throw & baseball, you orabies could be sent out that
forget about Newhouser and year. ia
everything else. nIstead, you go Ted Wilks, the former Cardinal W.
back to a July day in 1936 at old relief worker. last spring smooth- NEED
Si0i'^ L had an exhibition game that day je-rky Score motion and gave himg Ye,
'between the St. Louis Cardinals control at an early age -for a left ,
S. and Cleveland. The I n d i a n s hander. Wilks got hit on blanaie, .
Itstarted a 17 year-old kid, Bob worked on his stride, helped the PimCTOR
F eller. In three inubgs Fel1er Irish lad with the change-up.
struck out eight Cardinals. He "Witnout Wilks, I easily might
rdrived that day. have won two games instead of F "
SEverybody who has seen him 22," testifies core, appreciative-
agrees that Herbie Score is the ;y "It is hard to believe that any w "1 o d
first hurler to e n t e r baseball hdy can help a pitcher as mucn
..As ". .AME since who can match the Rapid a.s Wilks helped me."#kSa
.,*AT Nt E WfAklE Pobert. Score got out American Asso- L e 01
TiM UP POP* A In short-and write it down in citation batte:-s with a high pitch 0
THIRD ACER FM your book ncw-the notion here that hopped up. Al Lopez wisely
HOI$rON, 8Ait7/NCG t that Herbie Score is the most 1.as him pitching low. (
WOE.O AND POWER, terrifying piece of pitcher to come "Score can't throw easy, n o t-
KWO6 -VEf k,OR. along since Feller left an Iowa even in batting practice,"' points '
SV A ,C- To L farm 'for baseball greatness. out General Manager Greenberg. ,
A AIF4.AtR JS 409 There is little question that he "Even when he lobs the ball, -it's _I
will make Cleveland's Big Thuee swift. It's just a natural mo- -. _._ '_!_
--Bob Lemon, Early Wynn and ton."
Mike Garcia-a Big Four. He is Watch him," says Feller. "He's OUTOF DOS
G the big left handed starter the just flipping the* ball. and look '
eN ribe needed. at it go He was that quick the
r i eScore, six-two and 185, a prod- first day." O
uet of .;ake Worth, Fla.. High, is There is only one dissen t in g
N G as fast or faster than any other voice regarding Score this year.
3L ag ue pitcher in the business. "He's It is that of the always highly .
itively frightening," b e a m s conservative Red Ruffing. -
__. Hank Greenberg, "a mos t too ".I don't think he'll make it this pi cOE
good to be true." year," says Rufus the Red, part RELAXATION'S HALF OF
SBy UNITED PRESS Score, who throws more 'over- time coach and full time scout FLY-OASTING
MAW- o -- handed than Feller, set a compe- "The publicity has put too beavy L c
At Lakeland, Fla, titive strikeouts record-330 in 251 a load on his shoulders. I d o n't By AL MCCLANE
A WINS TWO OM CO- Mutual of Omaha Kansas City 020 001 230-811 innings, or an average ofone and think we should expect too much -y D'TCH CUFTIJER Fishiqg Editor "
IAL INSURANCE KEGLERS 176 154 151 481 Detroit 001 000 011-3 9 2 a hal per inning winng 22 of him now." Written for NEA Service
MAJOR BOWLING LEAGUEAlbritton 176 15 Boyer, Raether (4), Vanbra- while losing 5 in 33 games f o r Score already is something of uttene e 160 153 165 Before you even take your fly
.omatlesettes took. Blind 1 54 154 154 472 (), Froats (9) and Wilson, House an earned-run average of 2.62. photogs s h o win g considerable once and o rall that you m
ts from the eague-leading Lane 187 210 193 50 (6). WP Boyer. LP Hoeft. His total striKeouts topped by 66 early foot in his direciton. relax at all times.
lonial insurancemen Tuesda' Colston 214 172 180 566 HR Finnigan, Renna, DeMaes- an American Association record "I'm lucky somebody wants to Proper relaxation li 50 per
t at the Diablo Heights 891843 tri, Stewart, Bollweg, Kuenn. that had been standing since 1906. talk to me," says Herbie Score, cent of fly .casting technique.. It
ing 'alleys, taking one gme 1 843 843 2517 From Aug. 3 through 24, Score real All America boy and nice makes casting smooth and easy.
d. pinfall while ColOni .1 took Fe At St. Petersburg, Fla. fanned 61 while walking no more lid. And perhaps, a coming base- Most of the pupils I have coach-
e first and third games. Har- Fuera y L Chicago (A) 120 000 000-3 9 1 than 16. Any other major league ball great. ed did not know how to relax.
olbert hw h oowed Stephens. 7217 16 New York (A) 000010000-1 3 1 In this connection it is best to
rancemen with 56 toowd by Stephens Chakales, Consuegra (6) and have an instructor,. but If one is
&dMela n-0 with 552, wh1le Tho 152 189 7 38 Cr4 Cou aeso CLollar ( 6). Kuc a, T- otavAllable' choose arranl lg -
anchoring- for the Andethon 16.. 6 8 COf
eFiltebark, anc hor ling Allen .. 138 .183 1760 497 Icy (6) and Silvera. WP Cha- Wf R friend, one who appears to have
esettes, olled a whoppDi21n 95 602 kales. LP Kucks. he smoothest casts, and askhi
followed by Dick Theis and Best 179 228hold the rod just above your95
So w 840 935 895 2670 At Bradenton, Fla. Hand and cast slowly back and
ores. St. Louis 421 011 100-10 17 1 forth, laying the lie on the wa-
Milwaukee 020 130 05x-11 1 ter with each forward cast.
The second-place Ready jo.. Local 595, NFFE Poholpky, Lawrence (5), Schultz At the same time keep your rod bend to throw the line. Me*
tts fro m th e F u er ia y L u z ....
ocked out a oame-and- Frangioni 180 198 181 559 (8) and Rice. Vargas, Roland (2), hand, arm, and wrist dead on dium and short t sold
ocked out a t- ual of Hudak 169 154 204 527 Jolly (6), Trowbridge (7), Giggle the rod, without making any at- executed with a lose hand Irl
nfll victor over Mutual of H (9) and Crandall, Parks. WP tempt to transmit motion to the if possible. Relaxation meant
aha for three points ith mison 1 2 6 Trowbridge. LP Schultz. HR- rod. In this way you will get easy casting, no fatigue and a"
rf Best roltLng a flne 802 to Bowen .... 165 191 193 549 B r andge.
r Best rolling i a a Gleichman 178 182 533 Boyer, Crandall. the feel Of a proper casting mo- great deal more fun. -'
k the powerhousir6. 9987 8420 tionA
lied 590 for Mutlal 0 8979842790 At Vero Beac3h, 00 210- 8 I have never ceased to be a- Drag Ra
dLocal 5, Nf. hding gri Max R. Stempel and Son Brooklyn 515 042 1Qx-18-18 4 Jerky movement every beginer
onto third place e Blind 159 15 15 477 Cole() an MilleRoebk, DBel Duteh Reuther, -and even many old hands,- hisSd
endings smashed the injury- Blind ..... 159 159 159 4 (7) and Moss. Roebuck, Blac have when casting. Their a '
n t or ft s r a 19 T WP eu r on ahe am o stf
ence-oidden Max R. Stempur Daintl a 15 127 156595 Thompson (7). WP -C Roebuck. I first attracted attention as a feel like blocks of wood. In my A .o
s Bfllor the ogh eet 21 180 1610 (~i San Francisco I had the White Then I start setting the rod in
lling games of 217,Clearwater, Fla.181 ad224, Sox beaten, 21, in the ninth inning motion o to force to bend, and There will be dra races agal
edl t uBoston 200302050-12112 o an, ral bend is utilized to move the strip. Any and. al are welcome.
g or Hal Kaolin, rolled 595 LeTourneal-Westinghouse Phrae u24 5x-7 5 A couple or errors, 0 bas4 on line. 5 Just follow the sogns. o.
r Hal filled b 9 Gnorge Brodowski, Curtis (4), Freeman bails and a base hit beat me 4-3 We bring the rod up slowly
r stempel, followed by George Burgoon 177 161 188 523 (5), Kinder (7), Smith (8) and 11 dd kaseno ch ea m nd when we get to he 11o,
letes with 553. Klumpp 130 188 148 466 Buck. Spring, Dicks (4), Ridzik bu itching until; 1919, six years lat. clock position, there's 11 oah Dai 4 or r
the final match, Bud Bal- Blind 151 151 151 453 (7) and Burgess, Lonnett (7). snapandthena stopI t ertal They Y tht t 1
r's LeTourneal-Westighouse Coffey 198 171 217 586 WP -Dickson. LP Curtis. HR r.At the same time I ask my stu- of Reed, gave brown's
al took three points from Balcer 174 199202 575 Jensen, Buck. It was then that I met Harry dent to look behind to see what Plymouth a ha .time. '
your eBy with two games 830 870 0 20 At Jacksonville, Fia. Sallee, a southpaw with the Reds. the line is doing, and then for- .,c
- followed by Balker 'with 575, Sy rAsCcinti 000 000 011-4 8 0 'ing it was Shm Sallee. He show power. Invariably his arm stit-
hile for seymour, christ Her- gy Porterfield, Hyde (7) and Fitz- ed me that there was a little fens and starts shaking the rod. Car Driver Time
ann rolled a 558. HE'rmann 175 205 178 559 gerald. Pearce, Minarcin (5), more to pitching than throwing We start over again; finally, d Ply.55 B.chBrown
present standings of the Blind .. 156 158 158 458 Klippstein (9) and Bailey. WP- I TROUBLE?hThen take it easy, says Ed Fw rol. Size uA harht an te different bitching catches on, and he learns how Hudson y Reed 1.
s Armstro n g o 181 15 175 512 Porterfield. LP Pearce. HR the. situation, don't. rush the downswing. (NEA) erentages- to pitch to a bati little sorenth is required. He Ford H s5 Davis 18
ague" Blind 148 148 148 444 Busby, Bailey. tercs weakness only when it meant finds that it is the proper use of Singer 51 MCIntyre
Team Won Lost Ave. Huddle ston 171 175 178 524 -- o something, so as not to reveal the casting pivots with progres-
rTal y Wuz .... Cls evel.Ht5 At T ( 0son, Ari0. (First of five articles) All you have to do is t a k e how you would get him out in a sive motion which generates the *----
S ns ... 68 42 .580 831 840 835 250 New York (B) 000 300 001-4 12 1 a more upright stance Don't jam. He stressed the importance powerT
tual of Omaha 47 43 .470 By ED FURGOL try to sweep your clu b h ea dl of the low fast ball or curve, so Every angler must start by
SI,'Homa Co. 43 47 .430 Constable, Spencer (3), Worth- Written for NEA Service through the grass. Just concern the ball would be hit on the moving the rod back and forth -. "
our Agency 42% 57 .425 ington (7) and Orasso. Hofman Take 't easy Don't rush your ground when you were looking for very 'gently-with a total ab- B.S.A. Gibbs 13
I! rneau-W.-.. 39L 60/ .395 (3). Feller, Lemon (4), Rode- It happens to everyone pros downswing. double .lay. etc sence of jerks. This point cannot So U of iota comoC
riapel and Sa 36p' e363 .7.0 moyer (7) and Averill. WP -C nd duffers alike-so when you And. incidentally, if you -want He made ,possible for me to be overemphasized: avoid "mus.- Sunday from *-'Cick on and
-Feler. LP -- Constable. get in deep tough, don't get pan- to keep you: score down, you be a pitcher cling" the cast and use only the let. beat these boys.
; At Phoenix, AI icky. must often play safe rather than
The leadinJ high average CiAgPhooo ArN 100lish0risks.0'ks
rO the same, be NewYork (N) 000 101 30x-5 7 2 (7). Maglie, Antonelli (3), Wil- If a dangerous shot brings you t eP
af"WTho:pe, Cohen (4). Lary (7), helm (6) and Kait. WP Wl- r ily a few yards closer to the TROPUIES
Game Ave. Davis (9) and Chiti, McCullough helm. LP Lary. grn than a safe shot then the
la~y 8 1985- risk. In deep rough rather .....
lanson 72 196-19 _deeper it is often wiser to AW RD
oer 75 195-28 w chip out play the next shot to the ruuwruu:+ -
ii t 66 193-29 gi een and hope for a one-putter.
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Tells Names

NEW YORK, March 17 (UP,
Call girl Pat Ward testified yes-
terday she once had a S100 play-
for-pay date with a South Amer-
ican millionaire in the bedroom
of the apartment she shared
with Minot F. tMickey) Jeltke
whilee the oleo heir chatted In the
living room with two other men.
The 21-year-old state's star
witness in Jelke's compulsory
prostitution trial told a sordid
story of intimaices with 'Good-
time Charlies" who paid her
$50, $100 and even $150 for her
favors.


AN INDEPENDENT .S1DAILY NEWSPAPER





"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.


Tillt



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TIETH YEAR


PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1955


FIVE CENTER


alia Papers Show Atom Men


Beat Own Timetable For Bomb


During more than five hoursi
of testimony, Miss Ward named; (Continued from Page 1) The chiefs ,aid Russia's main speech prepared for Senae deli.- and other high Republicans cam-
19 men with whom she had $150 They co led a r effort should be: scry. paigned in 1952 on a platform ad-
to $100 sex dates. Thy ere compe d P rd gel .I Defeat Japanese forces in He also attacked the President's vocating liberation of enclave
Among them were 'Joe Mc-ifrom department records, notes h anchuria. brother, Dr. Milton Eisenhower. nooples.
Oregor, from South America,,''uch as Bohllen and others took as "typical of the palace guard
and a man in the dress businessI, document arin the Franklink D. 2. Collaborate with U. S. air of New Dealers which led lke a- Yet he said the administration
who not only paid her cash but The British and Americans k operations against Japan based round without his ever knowing has failed to repudiate the Yalta
gave her some clothes, she said. did not give Stain all he wants in eastern Siberia; which Stalin exactly where they are taking accord, which he described as
Miss Ward said her activities d balki i i moren le n agreed to provide. hm." handing over -100 million human
as a call girl took her to a ren- Ged, brmang him more or less on McCarthy made the charge in a McCarthy said the President beings to Soviet tyranny."
dezvous in the governor's suite German reparations and n the
at the Staler Hotel he:e and a Toprevelation of the Yalta pa
tryst in a Long Island private oers was the report of Averell
omenamedres was the report of Averell
home. ilairiman dated Oct. 10. 1944 that
Ene named a number of men lie had obtained full agreement
with whom she said shehadbeen irom Stalin ior Russia to join all
intimate, including Max Aus- rout in the war a ainst Japan. r w.
nit. a wealthy Romanian refugee a The report d give SAahn's ..
gar' former munitions maker I price for making wr on an
"ine prosecution also introduc- The price came later-in a D""'.
ed a 'little red book" Miss Ward I. report from Harriman. then LT. ', '
testified Jelke bought for her to S ambassador to the Soviet U
keep a record of he- "clients rion.
The South American million-
alre was identified as "Joe p.o- It was nearly four months later.
hme-.a ona Feb. 4, 1945, that the Yalta .
she said she had relations c..,nference convened a n d Mr.
with other men in Jelke's east Roosevelt agreed substantially to
side Ma:0i.att.n apartment. the severe concessions demanded
but that lie usually was not py Stalin
here during those dates. Some of these concessions were
.Jelke listened stoically while at the expense of Nationalist Chi-
Miss Ward recited time after r.a and Mr. Rousevelt a g reed
ti-me details of her career as l athout prior consultation w it h
call girl Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek.5
'.iTe state claims the chubby However, the Yalta papers re.
oleo heir lived off the earnings sealed that Mr. Roosevelt knew
of Miss Ward and another call as early as Dec. 30, 1944, that
girl and'arrarged their sex dates. the atom bomb--later to blast
Japan into submission-should
He was convicted of the be ready about Aug. 1, 1945."
charges two years ago but is This information was contained
being retried on orders of an inm a top secret report from Maj.
apeilate court which reversed Gen. Leslie Groves, chief of the
his conviction, ruling Supreme Manhattan p r o j e c t, to Gen.
Court Justice Francis Valente Gforge C. Marshall, Army chief
illegally barred the press and o( staff. It said the second bomb .
public from the first trial. should be ready by the end of
1945 and "succeeding ores at in-
Testimony at this new trial was tervals thereafter."
reported to be substantially the Actually the atomic weapon. ....
same as at the first. eers beat their own schedule
Bu this time it was made Dub- exploding the world's first A-
lic. A littlee black book" Jelke bomb at Alamagordo, N.M.. on
allegedly kept listing the names July 16, 1943. The second and
of hundreds of men was intro- third atom bombs were dropped
duced as evidence, on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in ... o .
Then came the 'little red book.' August.
listing names and telephone Republicans c;te this A- bomb "FLYING POGO STICK" LIVES IN TEEPEE-The Convair XFY-I, revolutionary vertical
numbers and in some cases ad- Rformations in their arguments take-off fighter plane, will live in the curious "teepee"-shaped hangar pictured above at the Brown
dresses, that FDR did not have to make Field Naval Auxiliary Air Station, San Diego, Calif. The two-part hangar on wheels enfolds the
Miss Ward said Jelke told her concessions to Stalin. plane like halves of a clamshell. Note the teepee's triple-deck work platform, which permits easy
to "list each man after I met But the Yalta papers also ro- access to every part of the plane.
him and put down his phone vide answering ammunition fPo r
number." the Democrats-a report from the
The witness was calm and con- joint chief to Mr. Roosevelt dat-.
fident as she told of a mixed ed Dec. 23, 1945, a month before
arty she attended at the Statler his departure for Yalta. It said: n u
the ael. "The date of the Russiandaentry Hoo ssis
There, she said, she was In- into the Japarese war is of greatHc
timate with a man Identified importance to the United States
only as "Mr. Nemerof" In ind Great Britain in future plan. Is
"the governor's suite," while 'ring operations O Issue e
other members of the party the Russians as soon as possible.n Ie
drank and played dice In ancrahsRusringiosoneohebls-
adjolning room.
Miss Ward said she met Go-W G FT. Dix Na March 17 e(UP)
mez at the "21 club," where sh Thee s hardly divided H o u e
had gone with Jelke and t i l i"Mr. Thducked an immediate showdownI
had. goe witJs msen wo en.Ton the tax cut issue yesterday. It
Later. o she s aid she Jeke. mpoyes Said Sa te voted unanimously to send th
Grant, Gomez and a "Mr. Pars" apolitically-hot issue to conference
went to Jelke's apartment Fo umini ,th the Senate.e
."I went to the bedroom a oforFo enAnm itsfoWith neither Republicans n o r
something and Mr. Gomez e lo- viDemocrats d ring toforce the is-
lowed me In," she testified. FT. DIX, N. J., March 17 -Eve ow, the House conferees
"Where was the defendant?" EP)- Medical authorities said 'ere allowed a free hand to work
asked prosecutor Anthony J. Lie- t'day they believed civilian em. cut any kind of a deal they can
bler. blooes at Ft. Dix were in no dn- with Senate members of the con-h
A. "In the living room. ptr from 'an outbreak of menin terence grold
Q. Did you have relations with gitis which recently killed twoTat egaon the n
Mr. Gome7. in the bedroom?" Ai my recruits. WE, I 'House-approved planifor a -20
A. "Yes." Civilians, mostly women w he us : aeson. tax cut next year bow-
Q. "Were you paid?" work at post exchanges and oth to Tuesday's Senate vote against
A. "Yes." er camp facilities, were reported ,i'y tax relief of try to work out
Q. "How much?" to be grumbling and disturbed be- some compromise aceptabs e to
A. "I don't remember." oause of the Army's failure t oh both factions
Miss Ward retained her corn- pevide sulfaeiozin e t a b I e t s to Republicans confidently predict.-
poisure yesterday. 'them. ed the conference group will re-v
The trial was recessed early The drug was given to 40,000 ject any tax cut. That would be a
Tuesday after she broke down'toops stationed at Fort Dix a- victory y for President Eisenhower
for the second time. but today bnut two weeks ago as a precau- who told a nfws conference to-
there were no signs of tears. tionary measure. inday he had one word for the Sen-
e"Since civilians a n d their di- .. ... ate's action. The word was "Hur-
pendents ar:e not subject to Army rdh."o
group living and because of their HAVE A CUP 0' PUP-She's six weeks old anid weighs four Speaker Sam Rayburns a I dt
age, maturity and acclimatization ounces This cupful oT canine cuteness belpngs toWalter McMahanm, %ome kind of tax cut "might"I
-to central Jctsey's weather con- of Medford. Ore.. and is one of a litter bh f four. One parent isa a be in 'e final bill passed by
iions, it Is riot deemed necessary Chihuahua. the other a Manchester terhrier. eongreas. But other Democrats
to administci aulfa prophylaxis inP
their cases," the medical authori-
ties said.
Average American lard-Losers Caper Among Th
Drank 588 d Cups MEMPHIS Tenn., March 17- Miss Myerr is down to 121 "Say farewell to overweight."
I )Of Coffee In '54 U -Thrt:.owowomen who pounds from 199 pounds in 13 Then the girls pitched in, just
OfCoffeeIn'4 ranged n weight from 120 to 24mats--emsze22 to9. this or.ce, to enjoy a menu thatI


than 114_a day. :i_ i ;'at Girls Anonymous, a c i u blniid,-reach. Any who didn't want to so f'


I Thai, the commerce Depart-
ment reported today, represent-
ed a eonuidra&ble drop from
1953, when the average Ameri-
can drank 676 cups.
SThe department blamed the
doi drop pn high coffee prices. But
s it said Americans who cut down
w%'s on cofl ee osumption pparent-
rans ly didn't switch to tea.
TeOa drlhtm minreased ;Aly
amr l-00th o a pound per capital
ladst year..jm 0.67 pounds per
ipera On In Mn to 98 pounds Ip
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Showdown

)f Tax' Cut


Both Republcans and D e m o
ePats agreed, however, that a tax
hili will reacn the White House by
April 1. That is the date on which
present corporation and e x cise e
sales tax rates are scheduled to
c',op unless Congress acts.
The House could have had a
showdown today on accepting the
Senate measure with its lack of
any tax cut provision. Or it could
have taken tne milder road of de-
ciding whether its conferees
should insist on the House bill or
accept the Senate version.
But it did neither, voting ot
send the issue to conference with.
cut instructions. Sen. Harry F.
Byrd (D-Va. who will head the
Senate conferees, said in advance
he has no idea of agreeing to the
'louse clan or any compromise
with it.
Chairman Jere Cooper (D -
'Tenn.) who will head the House
conferees, indicated he does not
think the group can meet before
next week. He pointed out his
committee will resume hearings I
tomorrow on a loophole in the
1854 tax law.
Any decision reached by the
Senate House negotiators goes
bark to both houses for approval.


Calories
is so lean "you couldn't blow him
up witn a bicycle pump."
Sbe gut the idea for the cl u b,
she said, when her weight reach
e&J 325 and was still increasing.
With ber, sticking with the
pledge hbs not been easy. She ad-
mitted abe almost fainted at the
gsiht f a choconlate cake two


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bnose members help each other The festival opened with th e, be Jow calorie wagon could stay years -ago and had to to a
over the pitfalls of pastry dis- airg.g of the elub's official song aboard on that menu but the ai er fat girl for help. ueb
plAys, crunch sweiback together: to he tue of the "Song of the haughty trimmings included hot assistance 'Mrs. Putam as down
cre talk over the reckless daysiVagabmnd" thusy: rolls, butter and sugar and cream to a.
when 'hey all gulped FrenchI "Girls who bulge and waddle, "*r the coffee.
I-les. shall -we check you throttle, are' Mrs. Putnam got a s e,
Star o the show was Mildred,we're wrecked byperweight. I The majority of the members cewt froe Msn PSiF I a
'deyrs. 37-vear-old receptionist, "Slaves of bread aad butter, remsidered themselves sufficient-Sm d d N. aehue .ese $l aidA
'who was presented the club's ana-., .ls as w k as rubber m'er wil ly trimmed down to take to the adik med to the "Comawees of,
tjmy a.var of 1954 for the best save us our fate; dt ,' ance floor after the banquet with Fatin ap W ca 5
rAtund-sheddilx job. count your ealortest;-e y it, their husbands or hbayfeSmadls. u e pza 5
,ou'l lose your pVeas wtbh' Most of the women admitted
She won a tra to New Orleans, ease. tey had Jack tt husband. How she
a wari-robe a a chu school 's .vi ehto la a4 isi a Mrs Helen Pul ohio or. ta in
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the week ending at midnight,
Monday March 14, according to
the weekly hospital report. The
twins were borns to Mr. and Mdrs.
A. A. Welch, of Panama City.
There wew-e two deaths report-
ed at the hospital during the
week. A total of 150 patients
were admitted and 160 dis-
charged.
The names and addresses of
the parents of the boy babies
were: Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Ker-
mon, of Albrook; Mr. and Mrs. L.
G. Wilson, of La Boca; Sgt. and
Mrs. J. H. Brown. of Fort Clay-
ton; Mr. and Mrs. Allan Brown,
of Panama City; Sgt. and Mrs.
Pablo Pantoja, of Panama City;
Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Wallace, of
Gamboa; Mr. and Mrs. F. Archl-
baldo, of Paraiso; and Capt. and
Mrs. W. J. Lober, of Diablo.
Girls were born last week to
the following: Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Welch, of Panama City; Mr. and
Mrs. R. F. Stanfield, of Panama
City; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. 0. Mo-
rales, at PanamA City; Mr. and
Mrs. L. J. Poletti, of Diablo
Heights; Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Wi-
ley, of Farfan- Mr. and Mrs. E. 8.
Taylor, of Rodman; and Mr. and
Mrs. U. Roper, of Panama City.


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In Booming Stock Ma rket Pris
WASHINGTON, March 17 'averaged 3.86 points higher, railsI The Senate Inve a em
(UP) A New York invest- 54 cents higher and utilities 52 ducted by the Benae Bank
ment banker and a labor lead- cents higher. Committee under Chrnman
er raised red-warning flags to- Trading progressed at a brisk William Fulbright (D r-Ark dr,
day on the stock market boom. but orderly pace, with tickers praise from financial- write
aIl bind nly briefly after A Livingston. Testf at y
Ferdinand Eberstadt, the banke bank- the opening. rnover totaled terda e nt
er and James B. Carey, secre- 2,900,000 shares, compared with the Inquiry was "pretty id
tary-treasurer of the CIO, gave 9,160,000 Tuesday. surance against ac=
such warnings-based on differ- Market commentators ascrib- The witness
ent reasons-in separate state- ed much ofe the demand Tues- of the PhiladelpWa .Ut0 n
ment to the Senate Banking day and yesterday to buying syndicated column
committee. t i investiating the by nv en trusts mutual "clinical
sharp rise in stock prices in the fund-.ens n fu.s1bnkI sto1 k arket i. n t
past 18.months. and o hlber large Instituttonal aagsa ",'ust", ,let
Eberstadt's statement was o- Investors. t of 192 9
ly mildly unfavorable to the Favorable business news help- m .
market. Carey was highly criti- ed-items such as a two-year -
cal. 'high In the Federal Reserve ElUq]i (lA iU MM"
Both commended the investor Board -roduction. index report- sin rl...
gation. of soarnzg aSteel demand, andl.H e ao .wt t
In his single reference to the some good new forIndividual P k rn I
Eisenhower administration, Eb- corporations. e mo.i. ind In' N lao uj o
erstadt said the President and 'President Eisenhower's news H I T -
Congress had inspired wide con- conference statement .that he rNa I T J oIrl e
fidence in the economic future, .viewed stock market conditions "1
Carey put. most of the blame as satisfactory also was believed NEW O le "" *l
for what he called a "far out of to have benefited the market. Tops E ee. Maroh Tu1 )ew
line" Increase in stock prices on' President Eisenhower said the 'd over Cincinnati n edm
administration economic and tax stock m market is generally n seeded Dayi t onov e rt
policies. .. very satisfactory" condition. He eeFrancis for tonig. ve n tart
He singled out Secretary tf told' his news conference that as round ofs the tonaght Iflnaj
Treasury George M. Humphrey far as he knows o thee Democratic- atooa vta
as the "chief architect of an sponsored Senate Investigation TIn dread of person ha living.
economic house of straw." of the market has not been n dread o rsoha fl.
The labor leader termed as harmful. That's because both.. f the un.
"brazen" Humphrey's advice to derdogs are haddrvng team,
the committee Tuesday to be Some Wall Street experts and that draw lots o,, foul. foul
cautious in its Investigation lest others ave claimed the "friend- that could ut such s as Dic
it weaken confidence in both the ly" senate Inquiry was responsi- Rickette and I .G'en of Du
market and the overall economy.e 'for the share break in stocks quesne and Bill Uhna oh
"If this recent bull market is m ast week. HoUn ofgDP.t ou tfu aoJonn
nurtured by soe poor an eo- I don't know of any particu- "We n't affordA tolpose Rnck
noie pasture that a few words lar phase of this investigation etts om- ,Gre nret c1-
before this Senate committee that hasn't been conducted in Doh n .-,e ie ee coach
can cause Its destruction as tn way with caution," the quene. "We have ny Mo e tofu-
secrtary Humphrey appears President said. acto o le t
to maintain then he has in- And certainly," he added, place them."
dicted the economic policies of some of the things that nave "St Francis can really mo
the Eisenhower administra- come out of It have been rea- thatball and they're pesky to
tion," Carey said. during." He did not elaborate, a top," worried coach Tom Black.
Eberstadt recommended. that Fresh criticism of the investi- burn of Dayton.
the Federal Reserve Board be gation, however, was voiced by DuquesAee also has another
the Federal Reserve Board be f r- ormer Gov. Thomas F. Dewey worry about Ricketts and Green
empowered to raise market mar- of New York. now In private lawdd b thertwo
gin requretements--the percent- -aicine Y or the All-Americans both
age of cash that must beputo upha p i-eoa gedi ths anli
e ion stch thal un steife uthn Detwery visited the President. their stamina. Gtee 's ailing
vidualt u stocks. ns and told newsmen afterward he right ankle was "stepped on a-
Meanwhile price movements found It hard to believe it was a gain" during the quarter-final
contracted at a moderate ac-coincidence stock prices fell at victory over Louisvilleand the
tive opening on the sNewYork e investigation high-bounding, six-foot, three
stock market today. inch ace has been soaking th.
t eteday He indicated a belief the Sen- leg in whirlpool baths in an tef-
Many issues held at the pre- a e inquiry led to the market fort to get ready for tonight's
vious close. The other d were nar- decline.
rtwly irregular with gains and
losses balsnclng so that 'overall The stock market rallied gamNevertheless Duen ..rat
hangedstrongly Tuesday after a 10-day Nevertheles D er
inthe mic els wand Shaboiecunicangtoredc lcg -ing -


l tnpre is cs in valuation wiped out. t d t
Stocks had made further vg- m l e a t
orous gains yesterday, recover- Yesterday's market added sub- of the regular season-by 81-6w
a stantially' to rangdng D,-- 0 the | e 81-6'
billion dollars to Tuesday's wide at home in Pittsburgh and b
in more than ongains In an orderly, moderately 68-60 in Cincinnati. Cincinna
Te aon r t o active session. President Eisen- coach George Smith is incline
bTlhe recovery brought et to e power's statement on the mar- to discount these defeats a bit
biliontettau g np Tuesy afthe ket was believed to have had R however, because his team was
e m i fe l n as 10n b lp ioesdoa y eur e ludin a ffe t o n e t aing ,
loss on the heels of the Senate long campaign.
Banking Committee Investiga-Little Leag
tion of trading on the ex-L te ue: BALBOA TIDES
The market dropped back a bit FRIDAY, MARCH 1I
late yesterday, but most storks HIGH LOW
held substantial gains, ranging Boys 80 10:43am 4:41 a.
to more than 4 points in leaders 11:12 p.m. 5:11 p.ui.
such as Bethlehem Steel and
General Dynamics.
Steelsand aircraft. some oils, I1
]building supply issues, metals, Eight boys and eight girls, in. TO D AY
Chemicals andpharmaceuticals eluding a set of twin girls, were
did well. Industrials as a group born at Gorgas Hosnital during,


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