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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: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00686
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A report will be made to Congress that
the Canal Zone are growing "progreuivrly wt
that there has been a deterioration" in b o
here since last year, according to statements
by visiting AFL labor officials who have been me
survey this week.
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president of the Metal Trades DeItrtmnt todWy
they would ask for assurance for the C r 2me.V
that they lo get a "continuity of work" so thqg
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called It nal Company's "phony ecenom" th
ly praise Governor Seybold's stand before Con'
testimony regarding the Booz, Alles and Haum"Lmf
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN Perpetual. mmotion .
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ensp esse. su *---~ [ WASM GTON The -Barmos TeE 1AL DECSIN
S" YOUR"FORUM TiH "READRS OWN COLUMN Walter Reuther Is plying for "vaeInt-has givthn a onfiden.
I______________D_ _NOL_ bagger stakes than you think. And higly important report to the- lltiboilsdo
be can't lose even if he falls to :a d eptant a the is only one tr
win the Guaranted.Anrual Wage c- g0s.beVtWn h teadt theeiasand bltaer
in a showdown fight on the picket- 00am Midaater Chou En-lu and The Army already bb
RIEmcM. Zese.Premier- U Ny. It sheds oi small A-bombs e.
True, the Guaranteed Annual socking on how our policy can decimate troops wftit i
J m -- -- Wage-pay month by the year in- i ffwavil bi tick ha failed a ring civilians Thu wa
stead of the day or week-is th in the Far East reta, ules n Ts n ed.
The Mail Box is an open forum for rmd aof The Panama American. red-head's" primary arget. But int.U. \ \a IL or
LotC are revived grefully and are handled in wholly olidential he has a sdcorAary one lne plans The Burmese Premier told Chou What Preident a
amee nr. to"' -.n ., .,r.. .. ,le h.it, aind hit it he.wll, l. the quite recently that he was con- e, thereref is a,-
Itl o conribute a letter don't be Impatient if it doesn't appear th id, no less the big auto com vced the Utnlited States meant dctend a roep
jbIed: ernri * the ore rei d. aid, no less, of the big auto corn- quite itte a tat me SCZI. 3a
a tte ra publied in the order received. pansies. The same com uanies L business and would now fight to C,.tef

S.. .... .. 1-'.edto thesuat rate d An- iid the United States bad ay of the Jarp
OI letT BARREt. r- mReuther's secondary rget is hte.ins c ut in -la' reply wa hbea rt a
tied to the Guaranteed An- -- .
BOTH.ARRELS nual Wag e. Thaf target Is t. i- .neena ..ta t-itsdiltary bdg a
creasing of unemployment insur- Ue s e me it w sharyB he NOTE Ust of
he.kr e sa meine it was shaking he Ueoae e n toa u e
i. ance payments to workers b the.-
males. He wants to rjackbUP thee ick and he just wasn't wor. n the C i
S Jdlke to aim this, both barrels. at "P c. MUilitary." ayments- nd leng hen the m- Premier U Nu argued that he t tried revlErbter aS
at do you mean when you say you e not satisfied? Could br of weeks during wlech they was certai the United States. de- throughout Asia-. ven
hat you'd rather be In Formosa? Seems to me that you .oe paid-not ton to es of work pite various other retreats, was is confined to troop, the reestloa
-be rather satisfied due to the fact that your country anid ws unionized or notypes ready staudpat. wi be se reat
8. military service has permitted you to bring .your family unl d or no t Bu the Ch se foreign minister ainst te Kaiser when he a
I here in the first place. Unless you are an awful eggheada ith ,hpyr us les cIntinued to augh. thoried he use of poison I i
know is a Pie. this could have been denied ybu. roughly a third of their uIU Wage teis
L know as a Pfc. this could have been denied you. / 16, a" 21 weeks ......-atei.-IIIP r+ llr the Burmese passed this World Wr 1. In contrast, use
I luote, in part from your letter, "and most likely entitled -for t 16 to 24 week.e is n to us for whatever it was worth, of t b6ycott-blockade, torite
a apartment on this base, even as I" unquote. Now Son- I'no the bi aWa uto eorapanies-ai i weapon the Oriental; ou
BOy. you know better than that. A Pfc. is not entild to l other mass industrio es-s th "MASSIVE' LUFF" Crdusen bad backre
rters on the base nit will be to their advantage to t Co n-l the long run be ore
Buddy, just so you woUni' feel too bad, I'd like to let you ret the states to py hh uem- a ou Enl bd in mind,
know there are several other Private First Classes In the same poyment compen'atio for a grat- of assiveur warn s th" given by S
boat as you. There are several names for "this boat" recruit; er number of w ee ks. f etary of State Duearnings", Vce Presi- Florida's matinee n by Se-d .
ha'd-head and eight-ball. I don't know which boat you're in If a 5 ate, for example,would ent Non, and the President him- George Smatners was P g
Sbut I'm sure it is one of the above or all three. Iay 52wee ks wo aofe equal to '* self which in te Orient had been pch the other day, in s o of.
be higher than Pc. in rank. what the jobless worker received dben
Itt you've been In those service an length of time what the jobless worker received we tabbed massivee bluff." Every ,resident Eisenhower's rc local
doubt), you should surely be higher than Prc. in rank. Now if before hewas fired or laid off, I ,,ej ..ie we have warned we have tade program
you do have a few years service, I'd say you were In the Hard- Itere would be need or a Guar- a d down n adohi or with. A v r i the re dg stu.
Head" or "Eight-Ball" boat. need Annual Wage. The state n- .r aSG drawn from the 'achen llanids or dios stpped Slmalhei~r e w
You say military class distinction should be abolished. Pfc. would be guaranteeing "continuity. cut the budget further. a Kentucky
if they ever vote on It, I'd vote to maintain it, for I surely would of income. moment All this is pary why Secretary r, and I wat
i ot want to lower myself by association with recruit like you. Since that, for thicours moma fant astic Alles hs been pounly whyg confer disaf h o
That's It. boy throw our officers into it. But did you even t an uhouho p t nce tables behind e loved doors id protested the visitor.
to to think a little, or checK a lttle. All the military beaches,(but notu- lan n essence is to" in the foreign relations and for- "I'm glad to her that," replied
officers clubs. NCO club, PX snack bars, post theaters, admit Ruher's plan in essence is tho dign affairs c mmittees and stating mathers. reie
civilians. So why, t whenhould not the civiliann clubs admit our have the auto companies pay thel i mmitLees and stin
S a. ten ol o e difference between what the state B eter Ed ith more vehemence than ever You're glad to hear that I dis-
fPers? Ives a jobless worker and what that the United States now means agree with you?" demanded the
", r eees a jobless wor.eker and what ea au ee g hat we wl nt ha cka oal maOn
C. Come to think of it, wtat clubs do the civilians have? You e uenmployed man would get ifo -- d ess, hat we will not ba c k lon ad to ha out
'.se you wonder if tne people In authority are capaoie to handle lue worked the year round at his
.tse situations. Being a "Harn-headu ori "Lignt-Ball," you h average wage. eaWASHINGTON -- (NEA) The is traction workers who sit up nights more of the responsibility for civil Here are some of the dackstage from kentuck." retorted lor
wouldn't be eete t n makes the la les, regua n other words, the higher the biggest public relations problem planning such things as mass evao ian defense planning on state and happenings that have ken lace Ida senator as he departed.
wouldn't e expectedne tese he as rules ru- employment insurance and the now facing the Eisenhower admin- ution of cities. local governments, and on private in quick succession s ce ues
'll tell you. Buddy, and see i you can't remember The lonr it is paid by the state, he itration is what to tell the Ameri- Lack of concern on this matter dustr. It is recogn however rived from the Far East.
v Illans t your Bfolks back s home, and mine. t ree less the auto companies-and e- can people about the potential dan- has not been due to any belief that after an H-ibmb attack, the fl Nim r
Syour folks back hoe an neentualy the steel corporations ger of a hydrogen bomb attack on t at the whole thing was so devas- responsibility and the cost rei 1. Dulles ha definitely and posi- W
don't think these eoon ple n authority are dong their and the rest heavy industry- U.S. ttin and thdt there is nouse try cover would be largely thrown lively recommended to Esen-
Sether. p hin ath soon an 1 complete this letter bail ad get would have to pay in guaranteed One approach is to scare the ing to do anything about it. r the national government. shower that the United States dle-
e people ts waste d nm to t o ae annual wages. wits out of everybody in order to Professior.a' worriers like news- If the cold war and the defeat fend the small off-shore islands I
Srid of adl thi waste down here. ot o t Reuther's people have been mak- arouse the public to the dangers paper columnist, editorial writers f communism will take 50 years. of Quemoy and Matsu. Htherto A l
'; oul k I get action or not, for i they do their ob ig this point and backing them Lavolved. The purpose of this nd the conctersof think pieces o theory is tat there is ample he had been oppose.
Ctl-yri v e. o llitary" will have a change m address: se ves up by citing the old fight would be to get some action on and broadcasts have done a lot ime to get prepared, for a nu. 2. Eisenhower, ere making a
J W 6ere Lane, f ormosa. by the unins for ompany-paid adequate civilian defense. c1 spielin on this. subject. They clear weapons attack nd that ev- final decision, has ordered the M a M h
SPic. you say, and I quote in part "I'm a military man'! Id-age pensions. The objection raised to this is an Ilave not lad much effect. Public crything possible shod be done. Joint Chiefo of Staff to review
Puote. I'd aay you were ust a c aracter an actor. tYo mn g international complication. If the consciousness is often slow to The other side of this picture the military consequences of de- (UP) -A woman et an i
uote. I'd say you were just a character, an actor. You should At first the big steel companies American people start building arouse. Congress isn't worried is that within the next S years fending the twoislands. scrawled note in a motel
K -be in Hollywooa; the walk would do you good. Better yet, you fought the steel union's drive for bomb shelter and laying in re about Th executive branch intercontinental guided missiles It seems strange that this was that had
d have been on the stage; It lett ten minutes ago. such private old-age pensions. Then e supplies it might fright- te gover on that f wi c en wara rt dne a n an police thrt r r
eud have government lets iinan t with nuclear warheads will be-.rot done a Inug time ago. Howev- .wd ptaie ore alerted
on say when this hitcn Is up, they can have the service. the Union signed a pact in 1949 en all present anti-Communist al- too worried. Nothing happen. come a reality. In such an event, er, the joint chiefs have been or htas der
I know you've had it awful rough and I feel sorry for you -which, in effect said the teel es into a position of complete There is justifiable evidence, any measures short of complete meeting almost eoitinua d ur lo as t .ld,
Government owes you so much, a good Job, protection for you makers would pay the differ neutrality however, that neither the Truman continental d e would become ng the past -week, .-the
S f r family. freedom and hts. between Feeral Old Age Soca n the Eisen wer administration more s t time this rptirs i print the r-ae T m ga t o h 1SirIi
S ou. won't e to worry, f the U. 8. has always ta.kn .ecury payment If thp govs T The e second coa0deratl of' have taken Amerlca publL five l
g^ood pare of t itientally reot4 l people. wment-and asp t d nount purely domestic 'n is that ds- into f iS cea dan p fi v' .- ae The auto bore
Sle s say ~100 a t i fense against the H-emb is ot im. a', o JOINT I 'in -: pl and
U. Beterwiseup Thus,if thae ,,i ernment paid a l st r a l e ial aty re ttte
retired steel worker $50 a month, ck'b "' P be imposih .
-. We u, recompad n would have to throw Lo the problem, it can be ked. the naed for a new public rela-. There a i to be ~ittla pl aspect It will show. asu indicated In earl- Woodring,'oler-e ou
N',A 'cS oY ii ,an e wou0 a "h ?e o t l IThe mctt of the matter is that tions, ap roach. now that the federal over ment I-r columns, a- serious split inside policeman who was sus
.,- NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY i another 50 monthly. I e got the Atomic Energy Commission's One o the commoner theories will come out with a one-two-three the Joint Chiefs of Staff with Geb. ast week on charges of eating
65, then ate company llabiltiy .t report on H-bomb danger has about this next nuclear war is that outline of just what every com- Matt Ridgway, Army chief of staff, a handcuffd prisoner...
Should be only $35. Soon enough not registered. th side which first recovers from muty and eve industry should emphatically opposed to getting Police said Wodring was dl-
Swold be only 35. The enerl blic is jst begin- te initial attack r realiatory a do. There are a w nd ual a ogged dow onthe Islands unmeed several mo s ago and
SWhat in blazes s going on now dowh there at Balboa High virtually all t to be conous of what atom- tack wl win. tns which are being considered lately ada nt to .the Chin hi former wife had been. liv
SSchool. I've been hearing a lot of hullabaloo about the appoint- ere in a united front fighting niust "fallout is after an x- Oe would be a. tax i mortiza- ce mainland. at St. James, Mo., near Rolla.
I mktas to the National Honor Society, an organization which higher Federal Social Security pay posion. eopl ae ju beginning Present thinkin is that the ion plan in the houng field, to The were e n o ee
I@a I know santiand for i Wgh ol Or does itI ments. lrs.t temn.in .i s They were cat ttecktin oo a e It pht
'.e rt on nos stands hh s la i. Or des i I m en th e to ask questions on what to do United Sates wold not be knock- induce home owners to build bomb Ridgway argues that theslands was missing.
that thisuality ha b ld aside about it, how to prevent poisoning ed out by such an attack and that shelters. ae only three minutes flying time Mtel operator Palmer k-
No sue blo nFederal Old Age pension ay man- from radioactive materials what it could recover. It is a gested Another would be a federal from the mainland; that the Chin son found the not scr
No student belongs in that izaton who does not even can man ha sang om a ensituts a ethal oe and how that hte people be told em- gram to place expensive G er ese could pepper o installations two pure po yards he
I e the B Honor Roll. No tent belongs In that orgaa- nally by the companies. For s es a
Stin ho is .not in the top 20 of the classn that. na the A.to Umnion led by Wal- to et decontaminaed. phatically, as well as the scry. counters in almost every locaty with both aerial bombs and artil- cleaned their cabin shortly
Sw l n i tther, has pension agree T e almost universal apathy on thinking bad aspects. so as to tell p e after a bomb lery cutting our d- the man woman and c
Unes the student l utterlyeM 1 9 deprved the oun ranik-e Iuen with/ thd at
S U i u y d a h r w the ord Co. This now this subject has been the greatest President Eisenhower in his bud. ing attack when their areas are senses. He bellevere would be this morning.
S- I No.e1,s Nso. 2 and No.S should be automatically on the list .covers 10,000 retired Ford works. deterrent to Civil Defense Admin- get messages, has tried to put safe and when to evacuate. folly of the worst kind to defend. The cards were hidden in be
What other organization does B.H.S. have tha honors scholar- These pensioners receive an aver. l d ~v thatd u s" i t t eadw e Ths mai wante dl
ship? Isn't that important any morn? dit nau h a ae. |n would evacuate Chinag Kal-ahek's Louis. Help
We all know, the old run-around about character, service, rIity checks. 9 [i l V .army immediately. e is ha dedfor&Ie n icn
and leadership. are, they count too, but no students name If the Federal payments were v U I nvl r r l i- He has n p
.,_.WIlt..,. nchell In N ew Yor. U.S. naval reports are also dis
SIahoum be on the list in the first place, who is not qualified I just $10 more each month, the Ford c.S a dal ro a. al o dtia e F e ase holp wod
allyan would be paying $100,000 concerting. Adm. Felix Stump, Ferson, whe Woodri
S a t onh or $,200,O a year who's been looking over Matsu, is poeman. is ear St. s.
Of1 the ten students on that list, two should never in the savings no t much impressed with China 's Heotckson said the man reghter
tbe there, and what la worse, others that should have been So, say the chapi ons of the MEMO TO THE EDITORS sir of the Pantepec Oil item)-I followed me for 32 years. .Wit- makeshift defenses. He fears e td as "B. Woodreny, Bola, Mo.,"
*e0 18 are not. Guaranteed Annual age, it wul .repeated it to the SEC fellows. To ness what happened on last Blue 9,000 poorly trained troops on the when be engaged the cabin Thr-
'e ; be the same thing in the case of "United States Senate Commit- wit: That I used it on the Sunday Monday. .. Nearly every stock island-if unsopported-could not day night.
T, Judge Crowe, for emphasizing the importance GAW if the states jack up unem- tee on Banking and Currency. J. evening.of Jan. 9h, 1955 after it tiembled with fright. But Tri. hold out for more than a week. HIelleckson said the man and
F ue eo-It must have made the committee of three who Icc cement insurance payments. Wac Ful1triJYh (Ark.) Chairman: was published the day before in (r,ntinental (common), which I woman appeared to be la their
Made up thlitrrneous list do some squirming. he companies remembering "larch Ilth: Dear Mr. Winchell: the Wall Street Journal and N.Y. mentioned during the examination Admiral Carney, chief of naval 30s and had a child about t- o
Swvhat hap ned on the pension As Dart of the Committee's study lImes. .. I didn't know (then) my b) Senator Capehart over my mike operations, just returned from the years old with them. The man
_______-__________ -I'm against favoritism front wl undoubtedly join in a o the stock marinet,, thestaff has Lource's sources. . In the middle and cameras, was one of the hand. Fr East, also reports that the was described as about srix feet
Sa*-t -_____----__ similar drive tor heavier and long- been' gathering data on various of the' following week (when I er. ful of plus signs-gaining A. . '..S. Navy could not operate be- tall with short dark hair and a'
newer to Previous Puzzle t by UhN state cording to recent testimony before where he got the news which fe'- their board opened with an order mainland. s means the Navy The motel owner said the cabin
World Iravl |S ince most of this money comes the Committee, the men-Mon of united in breaking all records (for "f 6.000 shares. It wound up with a *ian't throw a cordon around the was paid for in advance and they
I L Sout of pooled funds paid into the stocks on your radio and tehevi- orders) in all stock exchange his- darling 47,000. It was second, top islandss and isolate them in case of had no contact with anyone after
S; 4 .E DOW A sates by businessmen, all busi- sion program apparently has had story . He sheepishly admitted favorite on the American Exchange oattle.they checked to.
L bWW i-ackBfnHch ressapen will thea have to make a signiirant effect on theprice of he did not have anytlung he eon- -second only to another recent checked--
Ii-Suct IBackarneck Iereased payments, at kust these some of the stocks. Therefore, I sidered reliable-so he ottered the WW news-beat (Webb & Knapp). GLAN CE D C Ibrith
Cteed Annua' Wage. (in buii could make available to the Coin (lay before. ,Any other tiuiePd "Tell me what I do that is

SS t I uab) .e Auto U n i on and Walter March 1. 1955. (2). A rtof all audience mus be considerably That's the trouble! You're not do- N E
S aedsout Di Cure 4' 1 Bury Reuther will set the national pres. stocks mentioned in our broad- Creater than the teevee ratings Ing anything wrong-but we can't | 1'iL
t e OWeedsout o5Curld 41 Bury tige for af this -even If they eastsardtelecasts dur th r. ft- as I have contend for rtake people believe you're not!" 5 f all t i they c
Orome2eC e Mountar c moldoie 42Wound onlt launch the Guarantee4 An iud. (3). An indleation nie rer eears. -r. W being quze by y n k*l'*

SiU 15rn 33Africanriver 47"EmeraldIsle" ei, .uly pblished mar- ul: "I do not think he is a
IafcEr "lpoaaudience.trIPet newF was the American JAI,.Impurtant m in this Inqniry at
i Comparative Rlest 38 Holding 48 Eject crt A. Wallace, Staff ND N,, Due thing... _sthe Ae In t m---ta We may in CAlrh atiwh
Number 40 Conquers China ue reported that l- this time. We may call him whenl
riders expected to make "the big- we are threq gathbeag data. If
Dear Kr.- Wallace: Thaks for gest oil discovery in all Cuban be has aYt ag il b.. Oaer.
yours z tthe .Uth, which fime-ie. i t ory." Something IIke that. Mr. Whbelhas Jver direetlf
l,-I diately turned ever to th eA ". American LeDuc (on the Toronto rQuested Me to hear idm."
.. BIaIII ca l fste a 40 1'-r0am -Exchange) was one of the group i"- Mh, tl .k -Mr. Wal,,. Proe
.-.utives fom prompt. .terest .. One of the men con wire agrveiM .Wpa.t..
W1.11 receive fth P a ected with that firm told me of mvA have = 8am MM that I
d""aay or two. it (I gave the SEC his names mid shoutedd pl,
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G l ul l ....... .. ........... 8:.00. oUf Army phorey

qain._ .:l' 656 ptm. *i W NU AyiB y. l- i ... S p.m iected b Mj WA F. Gerard, only one out he. Dr..Sab.n safd the same process the .Salk vacin, this year Ia e
imc. Thrday. KinSs." .+ 'lm'ort the Atlantic district come an tl) paad because as ot natural evouiti.r o .ing th t produced i.ng H .ready if he. report. -
.,* '; .- .... ed. d .. . Ta is d ei o mte o Har* Oh o s P Be non- parlyti straia of poio tih e 194l m is ocultis -
a'. ,- :'. *_.-. ,huro .ror of t. .C5.nd .one said B 'tnrses l hi vaduas tee nthe Ueffetive.Expe.t
mmdyT 185 Boy Sou CWaAziar k d a lani foramprehmbck toa n tcm p at or te i rn .
5 en 5. 56 mm.)1LA Ann.. c .lle htarted ast e back as the f ir t rotr- fSorget.a dagros a.
'n .ay.T e a.I Ie r 1 Cmr. g. re t mn week of thoe year, when Gerard, The cani t he W Suas ecoNm plet- Thi sSAappene, .e e l d U Ia hi mtn
iCuafrfuu: l l su n rnD AY _a3: .5anem ort Gul k' am M-- 3:4" : _o m m'pben atoee sno Marer, do tha hentoao ni o fr Se eoynd tg 's of uo a e o f th iees a yeve r vc ab." d
-E."... a ,t e :ul i eiidaa a nd r irucalat. .an :I am. S0 t.. .... 2 am eg.m an -s "igas. a egn eing a Gat t oseet ld Doe Sabossaeo the Fame tro o esst de "bll e, som hfhi hb a n cus
._ _ SffM.LL rnI'A Pr a3e1 and 13ra.. Cm or'G. the Atl a rti c hds tr ic t come an a qd benared for a n satu r l- e utiion C UhThet producedbontdean th(Mreporteo
..a.......ad .. 6.45 p: 5 da esm .evnt. chaplain (Capt.) eaiph Arms, of t a cult-,e a n er oef tmhebrailntis
. -di *' e har. Cildriwm's Eui td Surl e.....1. . The U0 8 Army Caribbean of :n people vaccinated w h it.
... ol y am it:g. m 7 .. u. 1 m M d....._ .~ p.m. a nred the Faselities of Forts Sher- M.ran ci, Mitovie, anWdt, and the yetHe saed the yellow, fever threat Fie ?e '
m'l aa f:oe UZ : p. ma. and Lorenzo war to th patrols of their was overcome by using one seeCar .
p m. ATS & I w us ess, Gerard chouae Toro Point at Fort streamers which sya boldi se the at- hirus," known to be safe, as the wieun.lrige m
_Se.nedat cAUuY m a56to 4S mude1 t*o -Goe h e r 1 .15 m.h m,, sunAe*: Shesman and co a Omen c ed the t inm isent of the second d Are, basis for all vaccine. This was
VEe n rS Aloly' DA: YSa. m DI M a.. 0a m. work entailed in setting-up the The Cami oree is o Cver l but the a of ein g many gnei
S.u P .: ,----..-dy Divlne wo p ..... ...1S:10o p.m camp. sit e, scouting from moves ean d esp ng i.thust- ,in.o.use c with. hp .e
g a g aaomhinn 7:bll. p.. Na et, came the task of coa -pris- sti g o ar m e u i threat ow reversion to a 'killer" m.
-'1il i '' "_3!-- '.. -a. ?_- I ing a well roundia e d program, The On April, 1, 2, and 3, the Explor m eirs. i .i E l, l
ComuI : t 7.". h,*6p.,., m.In^1 *-ro1 W^ m loishth tale patrd had to sca oret .d the nab to gw I gw in ote nn s '
Ce T*I, i i prL.. w l:30 S ou of a sasile 800 point And the Army here continues ot lytic polio via oene.
a p.m. A dy. wi h were d tited proportion- take an ipreasinly larger part Dr. Ba bin, professor of research
S.a" -e art : . I S' CHRIW el orena:1.56-0m r _ S_ __4I_ _lately among athe various pes the loa suing movement pediatrics at the University .
--The 105 B y .. _=t..' IS _m + ...Irmm_. u. _uC Z mr i a. i- -- _g-. th pta rogr amI de ige d by e Under the daecktt ion or t C ol. rg Icnnai area y has thest ad t h e
.s9al a CUTa b .. P.i ayu Primt scout leaders. J. Davis, post commander oLFort non har mful virus both on mon
-' A'n"o"a .J n ou" So1 a.m.- en Se4 .l. A six ma n inspection team was Gulhek T an tmma t odi ed ersin hs lab r aaendin ohn .r 22a o i
amdray M a-u: 600,' 5a* and M lsonmw B S NDAb Sce e helS eS Crt6bal ami ead on everything from how the Royce Eave p the Scout's Atlantic eniten iary at Chillicothe, O o
ini .Ct ____1 UMtm-ay Mime:5iso.d us Iand I6 .. .. n4 ror e.mL. vim Aml t "few oor tne the boys were seer USARd-AR1 School and L.ti ool oo untee r tfl tshe fas le eder.i4 Ae NTH ON
oly l- .m.d M oos am. su cracked an egg to how well the district tral g chairman, nd r have sho any ill effects,
59 ra- -i of-a -a A-".. 00a d audB _m .ot along w.. their fellow scouts. member oh the USA ROAR I B he said
SEilD S-" _tcoa ii Sa.tuny t ad olle- Cu u,. The festivities began. late Fri- School u1,a permanent camp The virus la given orally in ve ry C 7
7 Mlou. Medal Nov s: S*. asd Kev. Paul HolNwa. ..I 250 enthusiastic bo u Iepresenting been selected on the Post of Fort halto that rno ymm t y
C- e p._mo Ca ." man C .uundo 111 31 patrols and 13 roo s marched Gulik, and, Is being prepared for -,ab -e -i that about .e .000 .
pau"da .. 1 unday Sco .....h....... Into the camp, passing in review use by the scouts, in the near fu.- oI the culture can e der v ed EMI
- --.-- g. -'i a ., "'d --a- ,"uri o wi a Woarhip .. ...... i1 a.m. in front of the ever present ins- ture. I t c from one monkey. -
Lt -ale : ... ........ m pectors. .It is evd that the eommun "I'm extremely hopeful, r Dr

4-I- --B."vI --r f S- -- "< I _elSt^ i the boys started th e Camp Fire an and military are wholeheart- there ut we m wst be b"dltely iiu :y-rr l
18. 1 1 I. o,It proceedings. A stunt show was edl behind the scout movement, sure."
3..I. i- : s.m. and ,5: i akinu1-h.. ..,I, ,. ._lI.....w,,k offT wit top .honors an tve, a'ItIe and Intere sted. nis or e a re or g t mw,'but Isbe. rv. .,l
: -4.L to- 556 md 15 to "." tt56 doy, the strength of a comedy duet by It is equally obvious to anyone
f* .."- : ... .- .- rmurOder of the Arrow, an i-;ey are velopn tose ata .
1 p.m. Thur m. 8DA ia s C ~ ternalonal cmping organization, butes of goota citienship toward e mon
ei-- t. sumi e an Grb ,^=d-aa+ .----.- I V, p, intcandidates were to m la Ed-to m a u t n larlior Ponders Wh ys of Wo n.
. .'suw_"_p. _.-lM i r .pM.atuda ...p .."... ......... -IP tam silence until 6. p.m. the fol- ness, co.ilfmnce and selfrehance, men's Clothes Baw.he
WU., "Dim h -,d ..a.--Prym. rw5 am ........ a Flowing day, and were to camp iout ri nd the ability, to get along with If a woman is more i nterestedo
L.lf.* Ih.. / _...,.. 335 b e,,o. .....-.am ala. r vbin ( ....I..... p" p a m a'lone, Fridaay night, in the jungle Corne's-telio s. 'L er in pleasing her husband than in
o St da to-M and m........with but a machete and a blanket ower e Scut leaders o Impressig oer women why doe
atnSo.. mel.. ms._ 1ma.-_ ea C- .g--m. a l aa Theomfor an.,idothem.- not parme o n 'a t any drum heat-e i she-ru
to SI/ro u mel mve1, lw neen ar 01 S LA. ,,, A,,, .I .Zu Tred boys awokr e the tne .morn- it abputf the aint.
Cl Novenas I' . :15 p.m. C."i 1m'.l a _rh oreg to start what t e probably on These n it i as ae absorbed ,phi srge on pn arty clothes andl
4ueSUNDAYS S Sundyy Pm ea.I.T r....... ...i...4.a..m.. of the most looked forward o s of i turall,, aypIowt h te holscious fy wear any old thing when she and
s "" m. e. U I. -i ". parts of a camping trip the ly tie bo' fa the organized her husband are spending an eve-
Chram to 4a p.m. ... .. .B a.. .... .... al cooking of the morngln meal. activi.tier whic h. they panrticip- nig at home?.
D .. 3....... ..- The clear moPnmng aer was saci ate. They ade beeosiogi good cat-
4111 R7L a --- M "-earckling with the Aund cIof e l -yes-- bat net n any spell- Feel shn has to have something "w 'ejuta.) 4 p
r 71oak f 311On.Hnd bacon te f l, i ew to wer to a blg sociu ev ent,
a n Aa m.m. .d....6 w L 3P Aferdw of the patrols were ad- .., ost even t gh she has i her os the Nlew Catalog a

,a wes0e., venturous enough totr their ha iid: ant of all--. is apeledl si-u-n.' e' a suaolher e d ses that Is a fa-
..... ,,/.aI n dat mixin some pano.ofe -hitor
.O S. alSIt .-aI.nd Nov : 156R -e i efI il lini p m some m4 '... .o t ryema so hard to be le, when the,

,oanam: 3 S p o e7 l. 0ra a S U NAY 3mm, min passing their area to share in thet lplimentary are 'th th es when .
u./, e,:. ,,B, -re- ,,A ,.. 1' 31a ,m .lr The chow disposed of .they, were 1I l g..nd becoming, but not particu-
... '" " .----70 ieW .... .. o rf en a five-mdIe h e withe Ger- lTrey smart? " "soebt'
7in a'-w, -,, 'l ...........3:00.. .mI,,of I-d a- thehead of th, l -Iuobe !prI owHWitt
+' -/,---:,; ISO PAL,11119 Absu160m s==== G=m=a, extt== ing amethe taskoficom,-is-"static-l, fo ,dFby the labe l ona drev.ewen her.
ISOVALihgawelleadhrtyuatndedp ham.T Compiled by 12bldshers' Weekly h d et
AL~mgoSew el "0, lRiver whee the Army was ready er from another, but her women* Uhltd State Prices |
i _. ._ur .-n w,,, Surday"mol.-. ... a,, e again to chip in wtheui- I,-I o a friends do:
n_ . -t ar...s. eanandseceld h p.-' towO. Bnuy a yellow topper because pi-.us freight'
.amu :11vi-5- -ks;..a..-pto ,. ... O am" eru -n ".
ahreasposthba ssow te HEADIEW Arm POMPEYS yeow isma is seas Imumerable variety

MUL'. Opp.&'amah...... Chagres on a USARCAB Tran TIME TR SERGEANTS loathes yeUow? styles colors a4
S....t .i ..-i - li ._ ........... a-m stationn Section LC4 ., the" craft.. . material
.10a$..-a2_ 0a a"- I we i pl ...... ........ 70 uEd to land the asuaul.t troop Never think of asking her hus. mar
E A..n to 1 cathered around Capt. NorI.n t VE ISMRNAL IrvinI band what be thinks she ought e
"V *mP if .% S,--. ..--_ ^ I f,"" i.._.,, wFBI.iS ."Pa ilopktns, cBom lAd .a c .r m, to wear to a par-t? PLACE Olr OR n
,ii '- a g ''"a hne"e meG,r"uh "a. ............. o company 33rd Iary R Exchange the drs her husband L
.e V ( T4, p,- .'sitoi.ry .nB ment, and listened ausiy, SATHERINIE Ayrs eton selects for her as a gift, even 'ODAY O
i+Tg^ -7 -- ---i.[J.n on To i Al ii.ii'ii- V-( W l o ie related so-meth a# ofhe Fdrt ,fiA ,-. ,gh ItM.s i eft c P tly and -u ,H C g
rel d .. -- ""- ry a ac ,D n M. Mmnkewic likes it because she is sure sahe si eR,.E
S ' e qti The rammOT Aent t LiT A A -IRANGER Morton ra do better shopping for hereif?
StW. S Army trucks waiting to carr y Taie another woman along
-7 .. .61Y_13a. U. .' NON IC ION whiM the ag e to sele t a hat
_;-._-r .- u ^.'' "* 'i I .te-'sten a d of ask. he, hubnd if
a MM tma sw P SITherPfind a
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It. s..q^ Cerrillo *- .. Be,more flattered
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Using Up Probers' Time

'WASHINGTON, March 19 (UPI "Fifth Amendment CoiAmunist"
--The Defense Department w as bad accused the Army of "cod-
ordered yesterday to find out ifI C.1ag Communists.'
President Eisenhower will rescind Lt. Col, James D. -A a d er a
has secrecy order and let Army Pentagon Intelligeace officer. tea-
counsellor John G. Adams t a I k tied it woull stillake the Army
about a husn-hush meetir.g'i ast seven to nine months" to get rid
yr.r on the Army-McCarthy row. of an officer like Peress.
The demand wasi made as Sen- Brucker cut in. He said he
ate investigators heard an Army I would be "amazed" if such an of-
Intelligence officer testify he rec- ucer stayed in the Army 30 days
c,mmended against pro m o tin g after being furucd out.
I jaj. Irving Feress. Andera quickly agree d. "It
But he said the controversial Ar- wouldn. take very long, sir," he
any dentist was promoted anyway corrected. "I'll go along with that
on orders from the Pentagon. 30 days."
The Senate permanent invest. -
sting subcommittee, in its third TWO 'b -
day of new hearings on the Peress Two CubAn Solons
was watched carefully at Camp l oils
Kilmer, N. J. Duel W th l
He eventually was p Pt at
"nonsesitiv" work checking N I
teeth of men leaving the serv-. body Was Inure
There were echoes of the bitter HAVANA. Cuba, March 19 (UP)
Armny-McCarthy hearings I a st -Two members of the Cubah
) car. !House of Representatives shot. it
S Sen Joseph R. VcCarthy (R.-out on the field of honor yeater-
V*is.)' ngrily demanded that Wl.- day without injury to either.
bei M. Brucker, Defense DepartL Rep. Conrado Rodrigues and
S.5-ecrt general counsel, but put un. Rep. Jose Luis Martinez ex-
cel' oi.h. McCarthy promptly was changed two shots each with 38
overruled by subcommittee chair. caliber police pistols. They had
# -*ran Joh L. McClellan (D-Ark.) to load the pistols twice. The
The President issued at order dawn encounter took place on a
after Adams had mentioned the farm outside Havana.
meeting at iast year's Army-Me-l Although duelin i l forbidden
Carthy hearings that no official by law in Cuba. Gaston Godoy,
could discuss it further. President of the House of Repte-i
S McCarthy heatedly renewed his sentatives, was among the Wtit-
charge today the meeting was a nesses. .
S"eonspiracy"- to block his invest ,dodoy ended the duel after the
nation of Peress and alleged es- secondd exchange of .hots, ont
plonage at Ft. Monmouth, N. J. the grounds that the protagon-
Brucker laughed at him. ists had demonstrated their per-
"There's nothing funny," snpp- sonal courage.
Spc McCarthy. There was no reconciliation
Brucker said he talked w it h but the duelists reached ap "un-
Au*ams after McCarthy made the derstandinen" under which both
'conspiracy" charge Tuesday. He withdrew the personal descrip-
said Adams, who has r e sig red tionS of (each otier which they
i effective March 31, testified last had considered Insulting and i
4 spring the Jan. 21 meeting ccan provoked the duel.
cerned the Monmouth investiga- Boeth congressmen are mem-
Stion. bers of. the pro-government La-.
It had nothing to do with he horite Party known as the Union
Peress case," Brucker said. Radical Party.
McCarthy interrupted repeatedly
to declare "He's saying things | DA .,I-.
tat- are .notrue." He demanded V Optltl IOfl
Brr~'ker be put under oath. .. 1
Peress, a New York dentist, NOW 164,158,000
was o inucted under the doctor
draft. He reefved an officer's WASHINGTON, March 19 (UP)
urlaH pomoted -Ther f ie $4.8 meri-
from caa to ajr and was cans on Feb. ,, the oenis Bu-
Sho orab discharged des p it e reau estimated today. This rep
10efsa1 9to answer loyalty ques-. resents an increase of 1.7 per
Saeldas, cent, or 2,822,000 people, since
MeCathy has called Pereds a Feb. 1, 1984. "




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A&-M. OCT&VIO FABREGA invited her guests into her living room they asked If her two
JpoSlalS ve were old poesionof herfamily. 'No," ase replied, "My son overheard me
adm thelmlas we werehping on Tivoli Avenue, and he surprised me with them on mother's

day. I'-m very proud of them. .

TWh. i r f ieet T qsda prnln tou of Panama the 4
m u iand fla of the ,Inter American Wo hClub,
were' eahodpd by e visit with Mrs. OctSavo Fabre--. The
Fbh .hdmS.b n ua breem swept hltop ,in El Cange? .
The lWaBtoftt of Welgn Relations of Panasma and his wife
ba7, Int the.few home only a month and Mrs. FabrMIa
saW not the way I hope to decorate eventually." Her
tone of voice wIaNrentI5eent of all homemakers who are
never uite fiNBhed with changiug thin around. hough
the home is deslgij In the modern manner, Mrs. Fabrega
has madesti*lj g .W of period pieces brought to Panama
ever 40 years iko b her mother. The carved furniture, orig-
inally g t, 1.r now paaited in fresh tones of cream.
Perhaps there are many who the zest of honor at a birthday
d~ont sel corn etely comfortable rarty the other evening when her
ill m a s e ,m for one of the _cn-i-law and daughter, Mr. and
older members ofthenr-Amer- Mrs. William N. Taylor, enter-
W -an Woman's Club remarked to trained with cocktails at t he I r
her frid "I wish I could have home in Balboa.
see thn'when t were gold." Mrs. Hokins is on a two-month
Mr- F f tre- had thouguUY vacation from her home in Port
pi a serve her visitors to- Deisit, Maryland.
tos- and 'frituras de ma.W .
bRtlnO- la t o the 4 worn 66 Woe Fete
nW t -on dden that the seu Mrs. Cedra
vast .. im. ed and Entertain g Mrs. Adrian Cua-
g uest dra, w oie Nicaraguan Am-
San asap'to Panama, who is leav-
weu t:::uez iqng i'lth h1m 6 r his new
the Honduras a g u p of
c S uR .meel" g9vq a lunche at the
bp Pajama Go Club Thursday.

di S 'Hostesses for the un ch e o n craye b oct n rod.
Co9Bo *. ... ..8 yre: Mirs. Haydee Suescum city, ollowlif" the Tocumen road
'..'. ... we: Mrs. Haydee Siuesc u m,
Mr C. Hopkins, Jr., was Olga Riba, Mrs. Margarita -
aMrs..-- Vab .rino Mrs, Betty Endara and Bega Chapter Holds
/t M-i u BIe Dura.. Beta Sigma Phi Rushees were
S Iin X Dinner Pa.rt. the guests of Beta Chapter at the
I il IU D Aor 11 odel Meeting held at Elsie ,Ho-
MownrAlmassador b e's home in FL Gulick on
Thursday evening Dr. and Mrs. er's home F Guk on
ean Canavaggo gave a dinner During the course of the meetvening.
rdrty for Ambassador and tMr. Ding the e ere soft the meet
_drian Cuadra. The party for thing there were short talks given
popular couple was held at the Ly three Beta Sigma Phi's. tLe-
Sa n ow fm canavaggio's ho me. neve Stroop elplaiid" the Pur-
.ga od in Canavaggiott-s home. pose and Scope of Beta Sigma
r a m ns goe *J *._* '-.and F-r Phi, Nancy Ramsey gave a re-
5.la and oewie.', or de.vnd Mr. And Mrs. Arthur Goulet nume of Beta Chapr 's activities
b*y go ea 'i*pui : Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Gagone an- tnd Jean Ceiff spoke on obliga-
S s e ms ey o c unce the birth of their fourth tions for entering Betsa Sigma Phi.
child, Patricia Ann, born Sunday, h arion Gree'.-s12otsor for Bets
mLc thirteenth in Alamdgon or aptere, told the grils of Betoa
Sp s s9Club of thirteenth in Alamorg do gma Ph's 'international activi-
The and ranfts GrOUp o New Mexico. ties and accomplishments.
the Wo *man's Cl will
Neet t# ome of Mrs. Le0a Mrs. Bagone nee, Mary Ger- At the cloe of the meedint re
agnea,.Hpuse No. 542 iMan trude ouletof Canal Zone. reshents were served by le
on Monday, M-ar h The grandparents are ,Mr. and Hobern. hostess for eved lg
'21, a Tbosq tre4tW Mrs. Joseph Bagone of Philadel- Rughostess o t e i
S siing, g dyes phia Pa. and Mrs._..Arthur weruees present at the rrn
r tie lb#, ap are io Ac f. 0 (lyde Parker. Betty Wood, Mary
a uMunid 0 r. aze potterr" a adamGrou Cronan. and Betty Slaughter
clih Ad desize letter. Ladan Groit Member attendnig the meeting
- .. Dace Talh were Trudy Gihbson, Jean Coffe
C IMsba.-R.eboksabhldgeNo. 2 Friends, maste.rmasons a sn d Lse oberg Eva Harte,
The ular meeting of Crlato- embers ofHamadan Grotto wi Brenner, Jerr Keating, Jes a
b41 RalehLdi Lge No. 2,.will be be made welcome at the dance renner, Jerry Keating, Joe t
hqld C Marc 21, 1955 aSt 7:30 taking place tonight, at 8 p.m. i uare Ma ry Daneilsonp, Mancy
p.m. Helen Ster., Noble the A.erican Legoin, Fort Ama- Burkart, Mar) Daneson, Maony
.Gra. 14Wul prepid_. dor. Ramsey and sponsor M a rion
.r w Pr .. An excellent program of enter- Green.
a9Ig t. Qragniee tainment has been planned an d Pledgeso-n-wDor ,,,K, a y
Mt t .T will be highlight of the evening. otz y Styles, and Mary
Tbs. t u roup will Admission will be 50 cents for Roddy.
meet at the lrta Snervice ladies and $1.00 for gentlemen. Cay Wives Celebrate
C7:30ter oa ora-h 21, atF Toborrw St. Patrick's DAy :
tion ftP t AtlanM 0i.Cblvn Chba all. The Fort lClpyon Wives, Club
ien E P.ToA _Tt'.At..s l U.-TeNatinlFeraion._H of Fed- held the relgar .onthly coffee
side. t to t e- mirnn Pri aTh e Natios. local F 595e re old and business meeting at the Of.
rseOt ; thro u i .nare gera.n al fish fri and bar- fricers' Club
a throu tbo e to becue on uday at their head- The members enjoyed the at-
eom go.ttoo1N *- e pO. b .toIe .. ..n. .,-.. .-.' tracUve coffee atble in the St.
comittee- Ria 4tA t wined to quartersaon the Chiva-Civa tra ci p trac ti ab in hsts
no t eth ext Doo- primes and dancing in the -Patrick mot, by the hostesses,
be ..A p.i.sons ". will be added attractions.Mrs. F. 0. Chappell and Mrs. S.
at itemul 102 tuting-od will be served between
apd 2:30 p.m. but the aty will
sore Mefthe Bal- willbe $1.00x or adults, 0 cent
boa IMUC will bold Its for children from 6 to 12 years altaItAF
-e V '# and no charge for those un-I
tw -ifflat, stwomtof MM lder six. .
R ss Thecommittee clude Aaron TOO I O
F.:-and Pemggy Va _lla.

of t NewcoMe r's -

Club from Crisotbal and Coo I on,
speqt Thursday visiting on the
Pacific side. The day's program
included a tour of Morgan's. Gar-
dent which was followed by a
luncheon at the Bella Vista Home
oi Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Morris.
The following members attend-
cd the function. Mrs. Thelma E.
Itettinger. Mrs. Ellen Monday,
Mrs. .Elva Woodruf, Mrs. Marie
Rice, Msis Bernetta Ann Rice,
Mrs. Betty Jobengen, Mrs. Louise
Sugar, Mrs. Stacia Walsh, Mtn.
Joan Hutchinson, Mrs. Eda' Wi-.
son, Mrs. Louise Johnson, Miss
Marlene Gerspach, Mrs. Alice
Robinson, Mrs. Kathleen Progler.
County Fair At Paeora
The County Fajr to be held at
Pacora this weekend, is one of a
series sponsored by the Agricul.
'fral Service of the Panama Gov-
ernment aided by technicians o.
the Point 4 program.
Visitors will have the opporunl-
ty of seeing native bandcrats and
demonstrations of products of Pa-
pama industry as well as sam-
pling native foods. Visitors are in-
vited to bring -their bathing suits
and drssnig rooms will be avail-
able bsr thi Paccra Rvibr.

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Members and Siests of the Inter American Woman's Club pause on their tour of Panama to
chat with' MrS.,Fabrers about the decorations of her new home. As they commented on the
cocktail table of El- Valle wood, Mrs. Fabrega said she was shocked when her husband said It
looked like and'ironing boardS. The group around the table in question are: Mrs, Amelia Ar-
Jona, Mr&. Cecilia Fabrega. Mrs. Angela Munoz, Mrs. Ann Leslie, Mrs. Jeannette MeKibben, Mrs.
Lola Velasues and two guests of the club.

Hatoyama Names Cabinet, Lift Up

Pledges Relations With Reds Your
(A Lenten feature of the
S Panama American, prepared
TOKYO March 19 -(UP -- Hatoyam's strength was shak- by the Rev. M. A.. Cookson,
IPrime Minister Ichiro Hatoyama !n yesterday by an unexpected Episcopal Church if Our Sa-
Installed his new cabinet in office defeat In the lower chamber of viour, New Cristobal).
tcday and promised a maximum I parliamentt where a strong com-
effort to restore relations with l-ine of opposition political forces TESTING BY RESULTS
Russia knd Communist China. ]defeated his candidate for spaek-
n his first statement since be- ei of the House. Read St. Matthew 7:21-23.
Ing re-elt.by the par- In the election, Hatoyama poll- "Not every pne that salth unto'
uament early this morning, the ed 254 of the 467 House votes. His me Lord, Lord, shall enter Intoe
72-year-old Japanese leader de-.c'osest rival, letfist Socialist Mo- the kingdom of heaven: but he
dared "peaceful diplomacy" and saburoe Sizuki received only 160 that doeth the will of my Father
"stabilizatiog of living" were the i,-tes. which is in heaven."
two major objectives of his sec. I In a political deal by opposition
ond administration. 'actions, Liberal Shuji Masutani So few of us spend nur time
While carryIng forward his pro- was elected House speaker a n d saying "Lord, Lord" in dally
grank of zeproachment with Ja.! right Socialist Motojiro Sugiyama prayer that this warning proba-
pan's Comnist neighb how. Lccame vice- speaker. h1ly dogs not eem to. touch s.
ever, Ha..mnp told a con Masdfati ,oefited the -.emo-Then let trti.am w those words i
t cmmee hi would seek fullest crat, Bukichi Miki who had 'been of our Lord int l taguage t.4t
.5. understand ves, expected to win the post easily. comes nearer hoee. ?'r the hal-
He sagl ,14M'd a Hatoyama was elected Prime I1 of saying "Lord, Lord" ln-
"personal emissary the 'Unit- Minister last December to sue- eludes every attitude towards
td States "to. exain why Japan ceed Shigeru Yoshida, Lib e r a I Christ that falls short of doing
is acting as it -is e the United 1'arty leader His will and that bears no fruit'
States will not become nervous.," Yoshida had been under fire for in action.
' He said he discussed potential months not only by members ofi These are of three kinds. One
candidatess for the mission with orposition parties but by many is the merely wishing attitude,
Foreign Minister Mamoru Shige- members of his own party. In which we are content with de-
mitsu today and declared it would I Hatoyama. once a close, ally of vout resolutions and nious plans:
not be a cabinet minister. Yoshida. formed the Japan Demo- and never do anything about
The Democratic Party chieftain cratic Party last autumn when it them. For all our intentions we
Aas unable to say when negotia. became apparent Yoshida would have no practical achievements
tons with Russia would begin. fall. Yoshida resigned when he to our credit.. I
Moscow has not answered t' his faced certain overthrow on a mis- Another Is the merely emo-
latest note asking conflma t i o n confidence vote. tional attitude, in which we
that Russia was agreeable to New The Liberals won support of the thrill with warm dsvotlon to,
York as the site for the talks, he left and right Socialists for Masu- Christ as Lord and enjoy an a-i
declared, though "we should have tani in return for their pledge to abundance of religious feelinrg.I
had the answer already." support rightwing Socialist Moto- But we never do anything about
With his personal foreign policy Jiro Sugiyama for the vice speak- it and have nothing to show for
adviser Arata Sughe ra, taking o- e.-ship. it. Decidedly wasteful emotions,
'er the post of defense chief in, The unexpectedly strong oppo- to say the least.
the new cabinet, HAtoayma point- sition alignment was an ill omen A third-perhaps the worst-is
ed out he would have to select a for Hatoyama's Democrats in the the merely intellectual attitude.
new delegate to handle the deli- parliamentary session ahead. Lib- in which we recognize Jc-iis as!
cate negotiations. He said he had erals bold the deciding votes in Lord but refuse to let Him rule
been consulting Sugihara on the both houses and at wil can upset our lives. Satisfied with mere
problem. the Hatoyama administration. orthodox, we can show no a-
__ '_chlevement worthy of our cor-
rectness o ( belief..
Christ tests our filth by re-
sults. For God, Christ warns us,
has not committed exclusive
ways and treasures uneondltion-
n A n ^ Hr Ially to any person, to any race-
or to any church.' e must all
I U k r I take Christ's stern dating to
BA Z -PA -IS,- F | i\ I i heart. In the same chapter of St.
Matthew we also hear the words
of our Lord. "Wherefore bv their
fruits ye shall know them."

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LOWELL, Maw., March 19 (UPI
An elderly woman, who appar-
etnly lingered behind to dress,
was killed In a million-dollar
fire which swept two downtown
buildings early yesterday.
Miss Maude R. Plumstead, 72,
owner of a doctors' telephone-
answering service, was trapped
In her small apartment In one
o fthe buUildings.
The fire, which threatened the
business section, drove out 150
persons from nearby birildinrs
and dwellings. Fire Chief Francis
J. Kelleher said damage "easily"
total da million.

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To Keep Your Lawn
and Garden Beautiful
during the Dry Season.
b Insecticides
i Econo Soil Spray
,,* Fertilizers

7*9Central Ave. Tel. 3-014;

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i Palmer Grurii"te',
"Chiropractic adds life to veers.
and years to life."
0 Peru Avenue Tel. 1-139S
11 block from Lux Theatre

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conluit -
phone Panama 2-0552
r 4th of July Avenue No. 14-28
D al] 5:0-112.0 an 131-5006
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Telebhone 2.2011-an-ami.

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Balboa Tel. 3677.

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FOR SALE: Household goods.
5089-A Parsons Street. Diablo
FOR SALE:-44ew Frinqidaire. ce-
dar wordrobe nith heater, chest
of drowe-i. miscellaneous furni-
ture. houirhold orticlec Apt 9,
A'box Bldg. Phone 939-L. Co-
FOR SALE.--q cu ft Ccolerci.r
rcr grr.ltor. 40 pound frc -z-r
COmnrna'rtmen. quiet operation,
exrellent mechanical condition.
Coll ofte,'inons or evenings. Al.
b, ok 2290
FC'R SALE -Five-p'ece mahog-
in', bedroom set. Phone Balboa
2.67 Reasonable
FOR SALE.-8-cu. ft. 60-cycle
' Fiigidaire excellent condition,
S95 538-B Curundu Heights.
83-2 94
FOR SALE -Modern mahogany
l irg room. dining room and
bed,.-orn, furniture. Ncrge refri-
gerator bob,' stroller. Campo Al-
eqie Col'e Ricardo Arias. Amer-
ica Buildinrg No 3.
FOR SALE -- Refrigerator $25;
npw fan $15, ',ve grass rugs $5;
b a b y furniture, miscellaneous.
Cristobol 3-3254.
FOR SALE: Large mahogany
wardrobe with long mirrors in
doors, needs slight refinishing
$30; assortment of radio junk
for beginner serviceman, old
chassis mnd parts. House 658-A,
Curundu Heights.

FOR SALE: Mahogany dining
set $75; Westinghouse refrigera-
tor. 9-cu. ft. $125; living room
furniture $120; four venetian-
blinds. 36'x59' $30: radio $35.
Ercellent condition. Phone Pana-
ma 3-484'.

2 Panamanians Get

Grants To Study

Agriculture In US
Two young Panamanian resi-
dents of rural areas have been
awarded each a grant to receive
training in agriculture by the
American Farm Bureau Federa-
tion in cooperation with The
institute do Inter-American Af-


FOR SALE:-'49 Olds-76 Con-
\ertible, black, good condition.
Phone 82-4149 between.8:00
3 00, after 4.00 82-5262.

FOR SALE.-1950 Buick Super
Convertible with radio, excellent
condbiton, w/s/w tires good $800.
Can be financed. Phone 83-4242
after 4 p m.
FOR SALE --1953 Chevrolet 210
4-door sedan, 2-tone green, good
condition. Coll Balboa 2,3186
after 4 p m.

FOR SALE.-1950 Buick Con-
vert.ble. Dynaflow, radio, white-
wall tires, new top. excellent con.
edition, $1000. Phone Balboa

FOR SALE-'53 Mercury hard-
top sport coupe, radio, heater,
nylon w/w lires white leather
seat covers Lt Kline. Phone Ft.
Davis 87-527
FOR SALE--1953 4-door Pan-
t.oc Chieftoin. 5 new /w tires,
radio Sat. Zavas. Phone Ft. Da-
vis 87-527.
FOR SALE: Greatest Bargain
Ever! 1955 Plymouth Belvedere
V-8 Powerflite 4-door Sedan.
Still under Dealer's guarantee.
Many accessories. Call W. Gee-
bertus, Dutch Line, Cristobol.
Chevrolet Convertible, Power
Glide, radio, w/s/w, etc. New car'
condition. Will sell at half price.,
Finance available. Phone 2-1515.
MUST SECL: 1954 Plymouth
4-door sedan, excellent condi-
tion, only $1495. Can be financ-
ed. Phone Navy 3123. Can be
seen 2550-B Cocoli.
FOR SALE:-1947 Plymouth 4-
door, good condition. House No.
5273 Diablo. Phone 2-3124.
FOR SALE:- 1953 Ford Conver-
tible, sand and black, radio,.
w/s/w tires, undercoat, excellent
condition. Owner leaving Isth-
mus, Call Kobbe 6182 or Quar-
ters 118-A.
FOR SALE.-1953 FO; Custom-
line. One owner.- Radio, heater,
underseol. Phone 87-4170 or 3-
FOR SALE':-1954 Morris Minor
2-door sedan. Phone Albrook,
Sat. or Sun., 86-6179.
FOR SALE;-1951 Morris Minor,
black tudor, good condition. 83-
2219 Curundu.

The two young men are Victor
M. Pitti. from David and Carlos Al fC icted
Cabre from Concepcion, Chiri-
qus who will stay for a year in
the United States. Murderer Hangs
According to the arrangement
made with the American Farm Himself In Jail
Bureau Federation, each of the HimlIf I .**
trainees will be the guest of a
larmer family In the United MOBILE, Ala.. March 19 (UP)
States in order to receive prac- --A prisoner identified by police
ticnl training in modern iarminglas the father of a convicted mntr-
methods as well as to have the'derer nnarentlv hanged himself


ARE YOU troubled with Corns,
Callous, Ingrown Toenails' Visit
Madame Camille, 8053 8th St.,
near Melendez Ave. Phone 1139-
J, Colon.
Panama Canal Company Invites
proposals for furnishing Ties,
Cross, under sealed bids for
opening in public at 10:30 a.m.,
March 29, 1955, In the office of
Superintendent of Storehouses..
Balboa. Invitation No. 153 may
be obtained front the above of;.
Sfice, telephone 2-18 15.


FOR SALE: 10 good saddle
horses. Can be seen at Pnama
Riding School. Phone 3-0279 be-
tween 3 and 5 p.m.

JOIN THE TREND towards mod-.
ern window covering, using match
stick bamboo draperies and cur-
tains. Custom-made in oil sizes
and any color for immediate de-
livery. Venetian blinds, recondi-
tioning services. Free estimate.
Coll 2-3063 or 3-4904. Distri-
buted by Productos de Madera.
S.A., 98 Central Ave., between
Kodak Building and Fifth Ave-
nue Store.
FOR SALE:-'51 Olds-88, baby.
bed, high chair. 2t3-C Pedro
Miguel, after 6 p.m. .
FOR SALE: Eastman Kodak'
Vigilant, carrying case, filter,-
Cost $75. Will sacrifice. House
1532-B Gavilan. Phone 2-1.669.

FOR SALE: -4 Electric Mul es
(Yalel with station for charging
batteries. Bargain price. See at
Muelle Ingles. Phpnef .2-0550,

FOR SALE: Mah~gpny dining
room set; Westinghouse refriger-
ator, 3 years guarantee; 3 green
and 2 blue 5-ft. by; 6-ft. plum-
inum venetian blinds) 1949 four-
door Chevrolet. od condition'
Call.Balboa 2-91 $.
FOR ,SALE:,-- ,Rpdio ,troTiptr
Art ';3, 2600 watts with o aond
60-cycle power supply, $150.
Cristobal 126.
Toy Fox Terrier puppies, 8 weeks
old. So smart, so lovable and-
ready to go'to permanent homes.
KENNEL See sign 8 miles out
Trans-Isthmian Highway.)

FOR SALE: Ballerina Bridal
gown, Phone 2-4829 Panama;
G.E. refrigerator, Phone. 1276-L,

registered. 5 months d. "LA
CHOZA," 5007 Juan O Rood.
near entrance to Old pnama
FOR SALE Piano, remodeled
Jesse French upright; guitar. Sil-
verorne.. wah case. 791-B Tav-
ernila Street. Balboa. Phone 2-


FOR ,2NT-:-Cape Cod, Mosso-
chuiet U.S.A,, beach front cbt-
toge, occomodates six. Season
June 1-Oct. I or monthly. Call
,BalW '.3548. _

tit;tmtnsclde cottages,..
S di cIa. Box 435, Bolboa.
ph..ihJfanma w 3-1877. Cristo-

' tmlch's Santa Clara Beach
-Cotaeoas. Modem convey ehces,
nodeftoe rates. Phone -mboa
6.441. _

, rITR'S COTTAGES .one mile
. tlt Clara.' Low rates.-
P '1 oa 1866.

WUAMS' Santa Clara Beach
e, ockgas, refrigeratiop,
.,2-BedwOOm. Phone Balboa 3050.
e -rpnd for your picnics. 4 miles
I. beyond Arroilan.

iORi f 'NT:-Small chalet, one
bedroom, living dining r oo m,
kitchen. Moderate rent. General
Josi de Son Martin Ave. No. 6,
FOR RENT:-Modern house with
spacious grounds in Las Cumbres
for $100. 6-.105 Gamboa.

FOR RENT: Completely fur-
nished chalet, 3 bedrooms, -2
bathrooms, maid s room with
bath, laundry area. Centrally lo-
cated -in Bella Vista. for.six to
eight months. Good for twoacoy-
paes or bochelors. Call 9-097L.

FOR RENT:- Furnished S-bed-
room house at Wealwood, four
miles, beyond Arraijon, $65

FOR RENT:-2-bedroom choalet,
$65. "Borrioda Domingo Diaz."
Isgenio No. 65. For information
inquire House 4172, Pueblo Nue-
vo. Phone 3-4822.

FOR SALE:-Rolleiflex 2.8c, Rol-.
leikin, Rollinor ic2, filters,
hood, case. Call Balboa .4407.

Boats & Motors

FOR SALE:-1 8-ft. outboard ca-
bin cruiser, fully equipped $275.
Amodor 82-5247.

FOR SALE:--New 15-ft. plywood
boot, 1954 Model 15-hp. Evin-
rude outboard motor and trailer..
All in excellent condition. Can be
seen at 5341-D Davis Street, Di-
ablo*, C q *
FOR SALE: Johnson outboard
25-hp. 75 hours maximum use
$325. Cordoze y Lindo

FOR SALE: Outboard cruiser
18'. with or without motor. May
be seen at 55 3rd St New Cris-
tobal Phone 3-1687.

Pick up opportunity to live with the fam- in the city jail here yesterday
Pick up and Delivery ily and observe the Americaniafter he and his wife were ar- l
4 Rapid Service way o life. for vbot. following a Inquest Held Info M ysterous
SCourteous Treatment Cabre will be the guest of
Courteous Treatment ,Harold H. Sheedy, of Green Baev,' The victim was identified as.
Give us a Call Wis. A d Pitti, the guest of JuIl- Harris Mullls. 49, of New Or- D earth O0 lliOnalre, 6O
Give u. a Nall ilus O. Trescoy of San Lucas, means. father of Harris Mullis
Cal. The American families will Jr., who tried to commit suicide
S 4th. St. No. 3 pay all the expenses Incurred by: In the same jail when he was -- --
Bella Vist both youths while they are stay- awaiting his murder trial here GEORGETOWN, .8. ,. March or of Doris Duke and head of a
ling In their homes. several years ago. Mulb -(UP) -A coroner' y met tobacco enterprise. He was active
TeL 3-1285 Police said the elder Mullis Idst night for a long yed in' for years in the charities and
The American Farm Bureau was arrested this morning, along quest into the mytera death business ventures of the IDuke
Federation has established this with his wife, in a rooming se-ven months ag of We0 er' P. family.
Young farmer traininK vrograrn house. Both had been drinking ;hman 60. millionaire ha-broth-
AS TES AXT, .A. Nto offer the opportunity to heavily, they said. er of tabacco heires Donis Duuke. Born in Atlanta, where his fath-
ackers Shippers Move2 young farmers in the foreign **There is more to this than ei was a broker, Inman moved to
hes 2-2451 .22562. countries to visit the United Mullis' bodv was found about mest people think and'-we just Greenfeild plantation in the early
L Riding *t States and receive training i; In11 a.m.. some 30 minutes after he can't aford to give it out before 1930s.
4PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL modern far-Ing methods aswas jailed. Officers said one the inquest," coroner John A.I
l 1g 1 1i Jumpi0 clleases deily e well as to ha pDersonal contacts end of his belt was tied to a wa- Broach told reporters. T In 1951, he married the former
tl S p.m. Phone 3-0279 with American farmers, ter faucet and the other to his A physician who filed a death Georgia Polin. At the time of his
eo by appointment. -eck. certificate omitted the cause of death, Inmaai lived at the planta-
91in l A fire department ... . .. death and refused to sign the re- t-on with his wife, their small
W... der wincnell ... qr pt. son,. and Dick ArnOld, plantation
S uA e failed to revive Mullis an n Broach said he called the in- overseer.
ORe Iturbi LeaoeS mO*ed from Pare 2) official coroner's verdict is pend- quest because of the unmupM cir-.
itol Aaainst whstuck out in left field1 lstSee s. 1. Ma rgarsa Union
. withsou ti s(by Beg eins Dtstia tIhMullis and hi wife. Bybil, 40, nman who ed h b
ySce rOf octors ,anr 'is ( th e outside yelling h'were placed in adlolning cells. and small son at Greenfield plan-
B A ... h 19 (UP Wnna Tes Meanwhile to hejtPolice said Mullis was the fa- nation eight miles from here, had Lhurcn ueins y
lIFF"A ,tY ...T t ,en appprentl" unable to un-'ther of thp youth who murdered... ill for about tilste yeal DayIB
.sa t"od th a c tn.rLt, ie derstand mans willingness to2 constable from Coral Gabl1es. deathh was onside "ud
today thatb concertplas t fnwer question dilly-daily with JFla., several years ago while .thedes and had not bee.s .. -ii"
SIuurbl, who .yas strickenlth explanation that thed call hin 'offtieer was returning him from'den- andhad oteecWSunday School
10 a heart, ailment after a rme .time omn ner, ofncer w. r...rnin him rom 4uruy explained after oM, O1
wrt here Marih 1, lmen there a .me .time sOO, perhaps next Pasadena. Calif., to face an au- investigation the coroner said.
iItal Thursday for New York "r rto theft charge. Greenfield plantation is ot _,e r rariar U on urc h
Ity against the advice of doc- Mr WallaeC regarding vou r Police said the vounter Mulls ia number of plush co estate. with Sunday School at 9:30 a.m.
4s. question No. 4: My estimated au-. rabbed the constahle's nistol.I sprawled in the Spa* moss- r the reSular mOrn wor-
Iturbl told friends h! intends 4 ence' . The --nswer obviously. -"'t him on a lonely road snd I ung coastal Lowcountry r: a r ship service at 10:45 a.m the
rW''t-fof two or three days at is Enormous old fellow. Eeeee "n drove the car to New Or- here. Rev.,Paul H. W. Colander has
Ia Hotel Ambassador In New corrrrrrmoussssss .But you ou"+" 's". From there, he went. to Owners of other nearby estates leted a hi sermon tonic "The
bedors leaving for h Bs ev- to krow-from all those order- York,. where he was arrest- include elder statema Bernard selectRod" as his sermon topic "Thene
,Hitls, Calif., home. f;-m every State in the Union- e'I after he pawned the murder Baruch and Tom a a ugh Road from the generaith
1hicheMr. McCormick (of thee"tleapon. lionaire owner ftJhe. wI ha.aaiLef ,t, theme of "Walking With
S mer.crn Mcxcoan ra om ae o.i LeagueBoston Red Sax beeball h i The Junior asermon will be
S DMl t. Said I r ave himn his amst While In the city jail here a- team. 'Blank Books."
We WaM Rw-t e tI q outg sa- t thtD iS-taluo trial.young: Mullie tried A. au... rfn r JUor Pellowah p for 7th and
S' . e' rli tto commit suicide. w es will meet in the eve-
SAl I aol let WW alone? Ac's beer a He was sentenced to life In '! s wed ai^rC qtte5oclockvfoo ed -
LipI Wt WailtStreet.. B b floods X Y priOP it Mntgosmerv for -y was em to veenr beowship for Hig
JO- .tm l. Y nwhO .f=z evo -b"nTo "-'-- At -11 ..a raion

.K, . i .-- ..One f '. Moody Bi ble gstiuta of
sak:_b. *il ll .-, he ... q blrN a _..E *_f=. ..coloredm.. t1. plct.
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ATTENTION 6.1.1 Just built
modem furnished apartments ,
2 bedrooms, hot. old water. Tel.
Panqma 3-4941.
FOR RENT:-Furnished and Un-
furnished 2 and 4-room modem
apartments. Contact Alhambra
Apartments, 10th Street, Phone
1386, Colon.
FOR RENT:-Congrejo: Modern,
screened apartment 2 bedrooms,
maid's room, three baths, hot
water, balcony, garage. Call 2-
3486 or 2-3483. ,
FOR RENT:-Modern two-bed-
room apartment in Bella Vista,
5 1st Street No. 42. Call Zuble-
ta, Phone 3-3336.

FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment North American neighbors.
We have 2 the first of this
month, $50. Phone 3-0471.

FOR RENT:-2-bedroom apart-
ment In duplex stone hose,'
yard, garage. Gamboe 6-206,
FOR RENT: Cool 2-bedroom
apartment, living dining room,
screened. $60. 56 Belisario Por-
ros. Key apartment 3. Informo-
tion Phone 2-2316 or 3-0234.
FOR RENT:-G. I.-inspected fur-
nished one bedroom aoprtn ent
with- kitchenette. refrigerator..
Across from Ancon busstop. 17-
18 Fourth of July Ave. Phone

Real Estate-
FOR SALE: 3-bedroom -house.
Las Cumbres. Phone Brlboa 1524
,or Las Cumbres 2022.

FOR SALE:-San Jose, Costa Ri-
ca's best small hotel. Excellent
clientele. Owner. wishes to retire
due to Illness. Write to Mrs, Ru-
per. "Talo IMn."
FOR SALE :-Completely furish-
ed concrete house In "eoAtiful
Santa Clara. All conveniences.
Patio, barbecue. gas stpv, fk-ifr
gerator, HI-Pir-aio-phOrab,
Beoutifully landscaped. Ideal' for/
children and pets. Norman HS.
state, Navy 3295 or 2488.

FOR SALE: O w ner leaving
country, will sacrifice lot, 1000
s4uore meters, Pueblo Nuevo7*
street light, water facilities. Cal .
at Ancon Avenue No. T-1-1-147
room 42, after 4 p.m. "

Solon Flays Plan

To Pul Dog Tags

On Everybody In US

--Rep. Usher L. Burdick said to.
day a government plan to put
d'g tags around everybody's neck
is meant to 'scare" people into
supportt for further world med.
"I can see only one good pur.
pose in this program," said the
;ongue-in-cheek North Dakota Re-
rublican, "'and that is that all con-
gressmen and senators will be
tagged in this will be useful e-
ven though no bombing takes
:-lace. In case a congressman gets
separat-d from the bunch and
can't be found, it will be easier
to locate him."
Burdiclk aired in a statement his
views on plans of the Civil De-
lense Administration to promote
wearing of idenlification tags pro-
viding such emergency inform
tion as name, blood type and re-
"This plan is designed to be a
scare, and keep up the national
fear that the internationalists
tlink is necessary to get the people
o agree on spending another 800
billion dollars on further world
meddling," he-said.
Burdick also paid his respects
to an arrangement by Civil De-
feIdse ander which Pet Milk Co.
will provide official-type dog tags
o0 25 cents and'a milk can la-
bl. Tags also can be bought di.
reel from Civil Defense or50

shoud engage in hurnshing the
tags is not clear" he said. "Un-
believi that we are to be blown
into kingdom ebas tr the Buas-
s bombe wian t get whAat
ean frun their mustemers
Seforr they depart.
"Anyway, it is oy quarter
but r fwe, as in h m.rwe the
last quarter is the OW that

Requiem Messes,

WANTED: Unfurnished 2 or
3-bedroom clet, Ilvi-dining
room, parch, yard, hot water.
Bella Vista, Golf Heights,. Cam-
. po Alegre or El Congrejo. Phone


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

WANTED :-Old guns. good con-
dition or broken Box 1856 Bal-
boa. Phone 2-6394.
Wont a GENUINE factory rodio
in your car at COST PRICE? Lim-
ited amount of brand NEW ra-
dios available for 1949- 1950
Ford, 1952 Ford and Mercury.
1953 Ford and Lincoln, 1954
Ford and Lncoln Get yours to-
day while they last. COLPAN

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FOR RENT--G.I.-inspec fd ur.
nirushed room, k .tk+ni frero.-
tar, dining rqeni; telaepf"rlir v,.
ilege. 4th. of July Ave. 141H.
Apt. 3. Phone 2- 520 "
FOR RENT .--oolfuri dwui,
for bachelor, private en .ji "M a
CaUe .Etudiants...l4-1 .j.-g
FOR RENT:-.-Room, .ll -
veniences. Second Strseta HU .
6, Parque-tefevre. .
FOR RENT:-- ool, ornfeartdle'
furnished r omr, -outrdj 1ty.:4
Kitchen and living rbomn pr*i
leges. Phone 2-2298.
FOR RENT:- Two-room-eport..--
ment. Apply 1088. Calls Las Doe
.----- u.'

Position Offered

WANTED: Sores agents for
club. Good opportunity for-inter-
ested persons. Parislen' FUWtiri
Store, No. 27-10 CentWAl Vy.*

WANTED:- Two barber*. Con-.
tact M. Japm"rt, Barber's conces-
sionaire, Fort Guffck.


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Pratt and Whitney engljes ordinarily used on the DC-& The
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sandal by Dolels of London. "With a rea
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Chapters 4 and 6..

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with Virginia Mayo
witl.A*0 4t4u,4,.

Fligh l- To Stado
U. she re~a 1 law24 ad an
By o LEER countant. But It took her
-. years to get from Tul to I
NEW YORBlt-(rA)--They're Avenue.
asking oane i about the * ,
Curm rt--cWrd fltton can Biy years doesn't seem.
Abe atS uch bIg obstacle to the
.Joa- Wet made ofte record, sands of hopefula who yearly
th. *b asueeessful "Let to become big-time thrum
Me iWo." It wa an .imme- Iterecord field is still one of
dtt t4tUh, ma9e her ia tar, mw mlno kly-to-be-cradked. A
mEad. .enough e to run tes is one r ed---r 13.
out, .a buy a e wa- mabe h and still
oAntIt may have m e it so Par Avenue.
otbh t t follow that she never But every yea. they try..
haQ bt lbit.. That's hppen- every year .pmbpody makes
ed. I_ n 11M, there were three
But yfew of te top became stars-- .
thrust lit tarddm that fast. There was Joan Weber, a 1l
With mast of them, It's a case 18-.ear-old from Nqw Jer
of s- workingg In ght,- Shed been =atnglg with a
clubs, 4n mall radio ata ona, combos In little ntgbtclubi
with band, on ,small record la- round New Jersey p a. ier
bels. cover led to tha t nrec
PatU Pate. Is a cane In t. "Let Me Go, Lover." Rvery
She wag dlfovered inglt .on a is watching to se how her
Tulsa; Okl., radio ston by'a 6nd "It ay found illy"
bpand manager, Jack Rael. Rael "Cal Me Careless," does.
felt she had something differ- And there was Betty Madi
ent, p brut. .er to New who won all thepollsas the
York ra e mbnt she sang in standing new girl singr of 1
mall theaters and nightclubs, Her big record was a fragile
then got a spot oIABC'"Break- tie minuet like so ng cal I
fast Club" from Chicago. "Joey."
SI* Betty Is one of the most be
That show attrated record tiful of all the girl aing
scouts, and Patti ealned with which hasn't hurt her ca
Mer Bt nothing much one decibel. She's from- W
ed. Ber stat record, un- Ington, D. C., an ha d goth
like Joan Weber's,. 4 nothing. Catholic Unlverslty before
Neither did her eood. Twelve turned singer. Then there
records. and. many heavy. ighs quite a few, appearances in i
later, he hd her first minor gy nightcluab-d. small ho
hit "C'n which was (be before a New York pqbll
first thUte e taue. her nowta man. Arthur Pine, heard
mouse stun of Ig wil.t her- and turned manager on the s
delf. She '"dubq." the. har- Ie brought her n along slo
many. But it took her saeral rec
T iet ln.Oct~e:. 1960 sahe before "Joey," and the still
cuO a.. di S reCe-rWd. It as ina the Page class. Time
calle Wdoge. 'aSanta have. to Judge whether
Cl-I -.w% qjiei bo0" pakes I for. ,
gl e. But there .. Th I, K 'a bb ],

nIt mey (' 4 n It he]
Stor her.) t e a a f
Is:Was One .tof ti."Mot

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m Slow For Some Singersl Peler'sw*m HOL
ac- Abd she made a few records T pr ie
1ox with a small labe. Then one 'of
ark th large companies gned heraskeer
and she made her big re-VIES TV RADIO
ord,, jThat's All I W rom With Massistance of the Parish
like You." Time will have to jud ge elfar Co ned a n Easter aket b, y Erskine Johns-he
ou- her future, too. ,cupper will be sponsored by t he .
Story Woman's Auxiliary of St. Peter's
hes. ve .year, then, a few neo- church, La oca, on the night HOLLYWOOD (NEA)---Close- bten going on for ears, And It
the tling ttuses take to the ar. April II. u,1s and Loniqhots: This may cost with us again this y ear. Ad take
11 It But It's a long ul. M of The supper is de ignpd to raise You moiey, but it'b i thought to 1 from Jane Wyman:
Or them, like eggy L- Kitty a X,- tunds for the parih. Plan call ure the Mrs or the teen-ager of
no len, Mgunny Gale, JO taffo d, for a light musical program in telephoneitis, Andy Devine ting "The apual Uscar aa
Helen O'Connell and Kay Utri, .connection with the supper, .whib' o iee hone his wife from the set this business respectable and'ha
.And spen year with ban"d bounce. ib open to parishioners and friends o "Wld Bill Hickok," always got ivea the industry amore ftn
i.t. Around the country on bU- busy signal. So be sent her an anything I know.
who sea and i -night stand CHELDREN'S UCA ISaT two-wod telegram, HANG UP." Jane, apakOscar wb 6
Al of e stars---the lleen- slick acting iJ Mp
Little Bartons, Mindy Carsons, Georgia A .eucharist fur nte children of Rhoura Fleming makes her TV eeon'wnherMap-ol Tt
sey. Gibba, Earth a itt. utin n the parish will be celebrated at debut April in the Ginger Rogers nation, further leveled it "If
mail years of apprenticeship. They've 10 i a.fi. tomorrow by the Rev.'rcle in CBS' version 01 "btage cle people who' beltle.. l
Sa- sung in bands, radio, ubsJohn Spear, prist in charge, with Door." Lawyers are' still haggling Academy, it must be lack
disa- vaudeville d, block par l Uy- .the church school choir in attend, over the property settlement be. cerity. There cane no other.
ord, where they could pick upa fewI ace. i itween Rho da and the medic hub- sons."
one bucks and a little experience. I This follows choral communion by she's hedding. Th. di-.
sec- But for every thrush whole at 7, in observance of Refresh- ce, tbiougn has been given the Jane about dinner. "ii
and winds up nesting on Park Ave- ,. et Sunday .in lnt. ga een light. Rock Hudso ,1
nue there are hundreds who go After evensonI at 7:30 p.m., a
gan, bac to the bushes. special meeting of the-Parish Wel- Hollywood Uncensored: The Mar "It doesn't mean a .thi 'I
out- fare Coulunil will be heldin the ion Brando-Joslane Mariani chil ri admit he's terrINy Itr ..
94M. (Last of a series) PATTI PrAGEi from ulsa to Park Avenue took six long years. parish hal. started long before the current 'tive," .. b-.ly :
lit- ------ rift. The French doll's trip to Mo- '
led etowa ( Ma.-;on sent her t h e Two agents were sitting at Frao ,
..... ne ticket) "was to try to reig-e all's when Mario. s a
a- nite the logs of love. They're in and ordered hmc, 'ad. l on i *
ers, Istr ordering but no flame. said one agent O g' thL.
eer p z is getting w ?oro a two-
rehr A Eleanor P rker',s.taking hoofing icek enga set .le Las Vegas.
sto iand dancing lesson for a fling at I figure 'l sing sevep sogd al -
she SACOPy oR aDP ii musicals . Lxury note: Lana r .ght, which means he makes over
were v- --- o- turner has lld~ng doors on her SI000 each time he sings one um.
din- aBy O ALD JAime neow custom.built car . New ber...
)tels +wri for NA Sv.ice York-bound Jimmy Cagney will
city uddle with publishers about a Just then Lanza hiccuped The
her -- ook of chbldPe's poems. He wrote secnd get elbowed hisa pl .
poer ,,,them .. his kids. soi d:

words Bob Hope's plans for retirement "ear that? At heki d g .da. .,
n J 19 3 $om TV next season, are about he makes, Id say _lat was
wil 4A QA- as serious as Betty Hutton's were. about Se.," .
she A 109 Jost hoping for more of that green
WZ8T 1AST'uff. Short Takes: Beiluttop as
new e 5 2 6 A J I 4, Moll Flanders." heroloe of the
a ; 1 eTHE WITNE: Overheard t- DeFoe claltio? T e script has
y 42 8 7 4 bar: b en offered other .by..
S8 7 4 32 KJ a i "Pardo n m but my rlb- -are bet .. ,
IiWly 1oV ethe. cruph year howf" V
toayn 42 r..eques..J K QI$ h "anci is is H lyWaood, 'Mrs. Jones: Wnda. Fay i "r i

e ... B 7 s10'n payir4 ek wives Joanne Dru an II, st won the screen Writers
Ne Neither a e o Nora Haymes. Not one penny of it La Award A ver sick man.,
she ita Hayworth's loot.- '

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nd Wo. Cares about an old .nd. "De bounces back the
her, Not in t "he tdemy AwRichard Con- as one of t tunes.
b 4 IVest,,rdau' 4 st, about s eoubt e mertg iean anyt "ng anymore "" ,.-.0
pass Do e "aPass i n New York Confiderllsl' tie "Our kiss 7/ w

1.o cas aSmp rpe. o thanks.G mh e ,od Bur s 1 .op at -e
i Opes Venino, Greek statesman ad- 2Familiar talk e Howd. Its outside fims *g Jej
thew.W beremade one-time Iinternational bridge
"S. Who Cares about an old lnd.Dannr, bid the Son theuth hand with hi the
hed flscar? "Tb. Academy Awardsaas one 0sftae bit tunes.
Se dob rem dmo : s a opularity-not an Audie MurPbYVmd U-I1 fintany

aorem cntioa e c t' double. p. "Gimme the dub-wR THo- agreed to agm .V

anoIf West had bes n an expert, thed"ana., o."ft
Some ycars apo :f Europe. Sopl. "Ats Iabout -r award?" t-ct. But he won.-..* right-to

double would have said: Donet.
'lead s.pades m bid suit pater F DIALO Ta.l :oo. It'I osiEDRO MsG* L.
he f irs t suit bid by dummybr In dge Deb P
this caser, bid there wouthld handve been iGambler rom Nthez"
ome pointlod tfulhe double. for a T color AMO .. I
I We estbad bewn't an expert, the .pnGeT T E TRA O A YOU
lead spades, my bid suit,partner DIALOs. 6:15N

he first suit biner he ha ad by that the d oublemmy. In Debra "PAGE.
Scasewould mtherely would have been Gambler from Natchez"
pthouint prod g the rightdouble, for a TMA IT olorA .1 A n. M:R OW c
diamond lead e Wce the double wasve"W Ii kAdTe
ide bful at best. t* orahb scuretS.eUNG A
deuce oof spades, and East won -G A T" U N efL c I R.oeO. ,
i ysterdhouay ldn honor of Paul Comly French, executive director of let have known what sort ni Northwest Passage" ColorM I
C IeCheperatbve lr American remittances evtwhnre). From left to right the photorah wit te a. V el.next oble
i showDofaeclaPineldiRemon, French,.araelHadddenChapin, Ambassador of the e. ejacd onam tedouble wasd I
Unde the recent al~uuled bilateral agreement n's government and CARE, the at rest.rne a Prankow INAamonTRA AD .
dietary sndrd At more than 1800 Panamanian a g rly 80,000 school chdren, in- anummy rate. West o. the- :4ny GATES 0 1
Smas of hoptas andeuce of spades tutio w and East won "UDDENl be iprovedL announced ths t the luncheon ..
Creveali tNOhat or the acc Minister of Labor, SbectOv Welfare and Public Health (stand- with the ace. East returned hisanrd d het m e om
I ), tendered a milk, uncheon yese, utter, and hydon or of Paul Comly French, executivng mad i leailctor of e inlver. tonm heart and Venizelos won. i iA i-
S rift of the peotlve and govr Americanment of the Unted 8tveryw ). verFrom left to right the phot ph wi the aes. VnLelos. next led

shows- oFr nch OO ndC api ,Ao th. .. .. . ........ h eja c no f m r amoorsto m y'sA ir -C c 110 0 4
Under the eentl sighed bilateral agreement betw lln A's government Permand C ents dthe ace ad returned a lo w diamond

shows DflaA Ps eiP Ge een- hI AIh the ja n of diamonds Declarerlm! I aB-m ':- O 8:45
i mates of hopitals and institutions Will b Proved. raell announce now led e t of th this at the luncheon.tmp i
revealing that Jor the acompl/hment of thiwobectIapproxImate 3000.000 pounds of foodEathwaerth opdes, avthing

SILVER SPRINS, Mc. oUP).the dummy. East likewise had too e.
Powdered milk, ch 9 eese, butter, and hydrogen effet The feminine deie b for lea- ome down toah two cards. g ast, how. s m .
a rift of the pelerand d ioete r ew pr t of th..e Unit d iful hair is pro g costly to a in't dare lessa hise knew. I of.decluarer
Set ,0.000 hwh d o d -t lad no more diamonds, it mo t dEel .

I h i l et o s aib e.be fats. to put up the knlca pring ;r ,q
.. .at.. es self a t -- I.. SIfedeclarert n of diamonds ad t"enod
1 U oSer ot.m Seaek c$mm2 l4li.to Home Psiutermanentsr dp won i th fast fi a with -dummtl fn sii

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N By FRED DOWN At Macarena.
: "NEW YORK, March 19 (UP) Rookie J. W. _
S Porter of the Detroit Tigers was swinging the "hot- our pre-bred Mexican bulls
test.homre run bat" in the Grapefruit League today will see action alternated tomor- l
" erow afternoon at the Macarena ..
. in an effort to be the big leaguer which misfortune bullrinawith len bullf gh i [
denied his father, er Juan'Estra and Jesus Gra-
lcia of Spain alternating. ,'- -
Porter, whose parents settled his father's promisings pitcher ......
S for the initials because they whose career was ended in 1913 The bulls are part or a herd ,"
i couldn't decide whether to name by a hunting accident, which arrived yesterday and ,:.
S him William James or Jimmie Rookies also captured the are said to be among the flee- I'.f"
Wlle, has virtually clinched a headlines at Mesa, Ariz., where.a est ever brOught to the Ith-
,- regular job as the Tigers' left two-run homer by Bob 8peak mus for this activity.
fielder He smashed his third and three-run round-tripper by
home run of the spring during Don Robertson carried the.Cllt- It will be the first time In
the Tigers 7-6 victory over the cago Cubs to a 5-0 victory over years that bullfight enthusiasts
Philadelphia Phillies yetrday the Cleveland Indians' B Team. will get an opportunity to see to
and Is ttln close to .400. Veteran Paul Minner and Vice, rotch bullfighters display thr
:' U Manager Bucky Harris hopes te Amor, another newcomer, kill against "brave" pure-breds
That the 22-ear old Porter will combined to limit the Indians In a fight to death. Only native |
S team with A Kaline. 21-year ol.l to four hits. Minner has pitched lulls hove-been available during
S soph and 25-year old Tuttle to eight scorelas exhibition Ilnnings, the past few years. I
W 1 ae the Tigers one of the young- The Washington 8enator rs _" l
est but best outs in the stretched the longest winning Estrada is well known to local '
; American Leanue this year, Por- streak of the spring to five games I ullflaht fans for his prowess and
W la, obtained frm th St. Lout-. with a 5-4 verdict over the Bal- Oracia ei said to be as goo d If
; 3: owns in 1952 spent the last, timore Orioles with Jim'Busby's not better.
two years in military service two-run homer the decisive blow iI
S whileKaline hit .300 and Tuttle Mickey McDermott, 7-15 last sea,_ Admission prices for this
.266 as rookies I 1954. son, allowed only one run fn his corrida" will be much more
i -Srter, a 6-ft. "-lea 180 six-inning stint on the mound expensive tha n naeeee $S'
lad rightandd hiter, for the Senators. months. because of the hi
rt .-tattraeted the ,atenton of I Alvin Dark smashed four httl cost Involved in tho nurchase
major league waouts In 1950 and Monte Irvin and Waitey of the oure-bred fight*b bon s
J It; hiA *'teulW a rfor- Lockman each had three to lead in Mexico.
I anies an the National Amer- the world champion New Yor'
S. ah Jegion Tournament. He Giants to a 9-6 victory over the Tickets are already on sale at
h batted An and hit record Cleveland Indians before a rec- La Macarena bullring (Tel. 3-
'-" -oot homer I ord crowd of 10,752 at Las Vegas. 3033). the Cafe Iberia, Farmocia
'i Iorter's lifetie ambition to be Nov. The Indians, however, concordia and the newsatapd at
S myllea.guer was developed by I maintained a 3-2 edge in the Hotel El Panama.
"touring World Series," which
.i^M .. * ~ .~- 1 ro"tinues today in Los Angelda, |..
Rookie Floyd Wooldridge. G ld D victories at HiAana
S- l Un r Ill turned in his third impressive -e ..the Kentucky Perby. W |
"_ " [I performance of the spring as By Herbert Moae d thI
the St. Louli Cadrinals In- | -
A creased their record f 6-3 with Today we are not commenting
1 IS ^ 1 O ill a 4-3 decision over theChlc--
: OAY -er. go W-- hite Sox.-The n Cor din4 from our usual angle--thf com-

I_ "fc"i '." White 8ox theirr sixth 10s9 in t Colon Municipal Stadium a few 1 5 00 M eters
10 games. d ago A
SBob W'e-er, Lou Sleator and dy ia
SJim Kontantycollaborated in- Downer is one of the fe men
I- '-'" .,nine-h ..ter t lenad the New York who are always willing to devote ol a
.Yankees to an easy 6-0 victoryihis time 'and -ervices to any F 1n I ody -
over the Kansas City A's, who've league. le it softball orbaseball
Iwon only t. o names this spring .here omnthe Atlatnic Side.
It was the fifth outing of the
i |K spring1 t for Konstanty, who has We can remember when Dow- By MAL WOOD

I- 1 w l1spraR t fo 14-1. In B w hd contest iWeanue memb er w hen ow- y when WOOD iee,, ho
[ Ill ~~~~not allowed a run in seven in- nr wes umphirgi n the now de-[ ..... u. n,
i ;-.; I inmtr'. .. .funct ocal-rate Baseball League.1 ME"CO OJrY, March 1-,(UPl
i % -:1 m .In other-gares, te Milwasukei the Rainbow .-City 8 o ft ball --'Z'e Pan-Amren,, = Q. ,.-s-
I 'iili" I 111 t'"ws i'shaedthe Pttsbu rg 'auean thendaln Provncial prnt a nle-rl 8 na.
I T31 .iS s marked by 34 hIts; O w e n has concentrated his activities McMille nand Fred Dwyer carry
,, ,B i p --Friend's two doubles and three-Ito the Colon Provincial League. United States hopes In the 1,500-
i^ --. ". run homer paced the Boston Red Integrity and application to the meter run.
I^ **H fir IP SBox to a 5-2 win over the Cin- task at hand has served to help .
i .,e'-- ---- cinnatt Redlegs, and a Brooklyrn 'owner to be selected to repre- Santee,- the fastest mile r in
I ... --. -, B team routed a squad of Dodger iint the province of Coloin the U.S. history with .a 4:00.6 clock-
Ia S' ag as w Z farmhand, 9-3. Ponus rookie r annual inter-provincial baseball ing, didn't look tboshalrp when
F ,., A Tandv Koufax .made. his debut eries--as umpire. he qualified Thursday for the
S .. E CA NT 0 for the Dodaers and #truck out, metric mile final. The choppy-
H ,t AY -, 33c. & 20e. five batters in two Innings. It is in this league that Dow- striding University of KansasI
IN ner suffered his most serious star was timed in 4..04 and was
I CinenmaScope/ !-' 'setback in his stormy career. He nipped at the tape .by Argentl-
I . .was umpire-in-chlef in the game na's Jose rands._
S John Derek Elaine Stewart featuring CPR and Diamantes at _
i ,. In 'a Sk the Colon Stadium. In the first Dwyer. who nmsw In a
S "ADVENTURES OF Inning with the third batter. rirotus pushing '..pding
SHAJJI BABA" S, A"A" Rodman Nufles swung and tip- duel with Smantee the
I Also: Van Hefli; in In i/ ped It. The next momentt Dow- indoora Wnam o eI.n.
"THE RAID" in Technioplorl .e nr was doubled on the ground New York Feb. qual-
writhing' in great pain. ified for thes fin WWI .8
** effort In the thin h lttude
t-n. air.- ^^yKrff~llete
I AL --, Td'y -.2, ,10 : An on-the-spot examination air. McMlen, the .-n eles
1Blsabeth Taylor Dana disclosed that Downer was runner who was 4 rrlseI
Andrews, in / .bleeding from his nose. This ur- runner-un to lirgsI
I "ELEPLANT WALK" A *Y sory and non-medical examina- Jesy Barthel in thi. Ol.vm-
n wasVno pe |5o mpter t15 ifeu
Dean MartUn Jerrv Lewis ,tio was enough to the untrain- c1.500 m t_.nrf f
l *in i ijed eye to show that this man with a 4:15.7 perf
I r'.ATrS Imy BOY" I '.was seriously hurt. BSad to say t- '" e
I ....... this proved to be as factual as. The m r athon be.

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ws ua vt I uO u one of those
things." However, It Is hoped
Et-i I the future that league
offiiOls would take careful note
of the equipment used by their
unis Insuring that another of
eM e.accidents would not recur.
ath corner we hope that
Dodher will be duly recomens-


oUnM rTny1 I n"na
01olt in' Joe rowof New Or-
ja w.,I". t th*f
'ol am' n 4d41 f'a' W n10
in their sheduled teurroopder at
the Colon Arme n ..
Amenteres bent brownn Dee.
2 In a -rounder at Mid ,
M with the NeOrle bt-

rlers ari bsha to topwhip
Cop in rbs lft-rpanas the (te
f"tat he beat at his omen h
Jna ary 18 p th a. t .
Both boys wound -p, their
trabag chores In ex6#400
shape are and are anxiously walt-
in the opening gong. Brown
Sa -light favorite t whip
th rangy Armentero on ad o
pois r conv inh i OCtorles at
the wohn Arheb Us the feet
that h beat sthoe b In the
Aurp math.
Reliable sourcew have reported
that Armenteror was .aead on
pont in the New O nam cox-
tt when the da,
CQMnmisdon's order
the contest s topped use the
Onban was bleeding profaiV
from cut.
Jiin' Joe, who Is scheduled to
return to the U.S. Monday, ham'
to tuin in a brilliant exhibitlo0
In his farewell performance fbr
his many fans. His legon of fol-
lowers are sure to psik the Are-
na from early tomorrow evening
The semifinal will b a box4
er vs. slugger conestr Hard-
hitting Lape PaMeho will ty
to put ight-hitting Chocolate
11 to sleep to their scheduled
128-pound six-rounder.
Another six-rounder pits Im-
proved Hankin Barrows III a--
gainst courageous MaVWal Mqli-
nar at 135 pounds. *
Amateur semznsattr Claudio
Martinez makesmhi p l debut in
the opening panf tour-
round preliminary agal& t Kid
Zeflne II. . .
. General admission ts only $1.00
Tone dollar).


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Pdnas 51- wao to dls foo

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Poe Ofrthe A' .4- $

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Br iGT. ,g. .
Polke~an 323
AcVe 19 28
Scott* 19 28
Post OI 14 30

Nordstrom 139 178 121 1
J. WrirBt 174 188 189 8
ader 188 122 142 420
Wrlgbt 188 161 187
atwn 1386 -144 157 33
Handicap 18 18 18 54


dt.amc KAsees mor ,
Seymour VAgay and Powell's
ian atlde& antbh-and
each won two points. An a result
Powois' are ,oMfive point -
hea1 of I emu geno Int
batty La:w rth ee of bu
Meci ChAIeLorrabee.ail
an rotted gh toi
while- Ted JMe* e.W and.
Theis led seymour Agency.
Mark-to. 175 201 183
Olefthman 150 143 20M-4
Stephen 179 168 188
Thels .177 1Wl' 193
MelaaoM 174 178 3223.
US 88878 9H V123S
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Larrabee 182 100 213 58
Stilson 189 184 188 501
Spinney 180 181 208 564
Galligan 2332 188 182 582
Hogan 1T7 155 170 80
948 888 939 4
El PanMma put a crimp in
ears' .l p a tions when
they came up w one of their
better ni g h t s and trounced
Sears, four to nothing. This cut
Sears' lead to five points. Billy
Coffey and Bob Waggoner scored
high for El Panane while Bud
Balcer was high man for Sears.
Sears Just couldn't got started
while El Panama could do no-
thing wrong.
Two of the El Panama team,
Dick Colstod and George Zeletes,
are- leaving this week to compete
In all army bowling tournament
to be held in New Jeresy and the
league members want to take
this them luck.


Last Wednesday afnoon,
the Cristobal skeet-shoocs de-
cided to hold an "adden' bird
Skeet-shoot. A shooter'm "havdt-
cap" was. ascertained by taking
the average of his four highest
scores for the year and adding
extra birds.
Each shooter contributed to
the "kitty." which was paid to
the high gun (60 per centn and
to the second high gun (40 per
cent). Je Kneter, gpUng 4A0
gaui., td' -'Oaylo041 Ca0an e .
for firSt place, or. high gun and
Art "Eight-post" OtOn came
second. Windy Sellers. wh does
not believe in-w a1 the
time, tied with IM ar the
"Shooting Demon" of Coco solo
for third place on the' squad.
Paul Dia roo. Sr the pres-
ent champion h aldiap 'trap-
shooter of the Isthmus, came out
for a practice round of IMap, To
prove that he is Waablep with


Colbert 160 166 187 513 Tully 128' 148 'I 408
Thomas 192 189 150 531 Martin 138 1 15 488
Anderson 14R 186 188 500 DeRaps 182 188 ( o n
Best 159 179 184 822 Handicap 38 43 0 113
Balcer 188 177 200 55 -- ,
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EL PANAlA Shanahan 188 1m I 2 5n'
Schmildt 100 195 189 524 Breckel 150 178 28
Colston 201 178 181 50 Corbtn 117 -, r
Zeletes 202 164 171 537' Gurcak 154 IeO 88
Wa ggoner 171 225 16 592 Raver 1731 84
Coffey 191 194 258 843 O"a'gan -2111 7, t0
:r M8 .- -* ;9fw--
I.fMewn 14 18'n180 460
Powell's Take Over the .Lead lOlsn 146 19 13 4445
With only three weeks to go Stone 180 155 155 490
in the season Powell.'s went out Stilson 178 131 i0 49
in front with a four point win Spinney 178 149. 142 489
over the Wrigt Bros. Pibg. team. ..
Wright's have led the League 84. -748 781 3S8
for the last six weeks while Pow-
ell's have movqd up from 7thi vL BROADWAY TAVERN
place by winning 24 out of the Edonde 71. 180 187 18
last 28 polln. Wrig'stl put up ja 110, 880
very little opposit io, missing Roberts 148 11 7.. 0
ateir avg. by 205 V4 while Pow- Blinda 134 134 184 402
l's managed tobetter theirs by Walker 180 180 134 43
16 pins. J. Wright toe win. Handicap 8' 38 8 108
ners with a nice 8=8 o:te class .. -
0 honors while Larrabee Id the 788 728 813 S
Plbrs. with 498. ---
The third place Naval StAtQl .
failed to improve their .pi.tion Robinson 177 171 187 39
iwhen they dropped three Louis 171 16 155 49
to the Poice Assn. "on Stewart 125 188 16 M 4
the first game but lost ett Kraka -91 140. 140 48*
two and total when the Poce Bartram 182 158 189 508
came through with two good 800
ses. DeRaps led the Copand I I84 81 44T.
lass B with 560 while
cedthellavy-and Class A h Wat-PW WFMCE
M 155 s38
The Ace's won two and total U:te o. a1m M
from the Broadway Tavern crew -114" Wi 188 418
to go into a tie with them for Rudy 158 10 n 15 480
8th place. The Ace's won the st Hogan 178 13 140 489
two and then lost the 3rd bv e- i ap 19I 10
noui h to ahpost cost them total ,t-
pinfall, salvagigf It by 19 pis.1 7 w -"f 820 234



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your holding this Issue of The held wit jonn N
Panama American when he was Boston University
admitted to the Coco Solo Naval Corbitt set to repI
Hospital and treated for a trac- in what oro.mle.s
turned nose. friend in the thin al
son of UCLA and!
. In the confusion, we lost sight of Los Aneeles. wt
of the mask that Downer was the dewathlon,;will
sing, but others who examined thp 110-meter 1u
At. said the foul tip smashed the pole vault. laeR r
4lderinR on the cross piece just meter run as thy
above the protection for the grueling event. .
so0e. J ohnson led Rich
who a D irs fie events,
It is the opinion of many b lven9 ,
who saw the mask, that Downer d^cMi rt" t
IWA'th v** irtii _j 0_-n ^# #1kne- ed bauiy.


SThe Pacitc Twilght egue
gg w oId a two day fair at q B
1 t ium on March 8 a
2 a tae funds for t
I bt of the first d -
Wud iwll be a "MO d rs"
." l *game and f' for e
. 1 34aih Te tr wil open at
14 00i 'a with the -olMd iw"
M aio biad-ted t t undemway at
I L sunday the fair wll again
o at 12:00 and feature at-
tr on tor the day will be the
regularly scheduled ba ll'rme
S.tuMtfpx at 1:00 p.n. American
*Xit &nd Womack currently
l for the second hall
Punting for the riht to meet
fts half U thghers. L68kf
-i". in a playhoff for the Im6
J.1ine championship, will meet
-Inn. ame which could decide
s- toe fagond half race.
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Lou Jones, 2R-ye
Manhattan Clle
the U.S. hero rea
an almost suoa-hu
but. he collected a '
in the 400-meter
over hls arch-ria.
er years of f
.Tones has flmpe
Lea so mav ie
fPW veirs thut11 l
them ell But '"TO
nerate lunpft At hie
the teld mr,%l fvt ff
an InternaUonAl '.if
seconds. '..

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#4$nt W If ty A#*e League,

At R MIAMI BEACH. Putting a little word
S At Si Petersaburg, Fla.whatever became of Chuck D t
flr Chicago () 012 000011-3 13 0 boxer will always be remembered with
aidv Fred M sttn ar. t L ouis 01 000 01x-4 6 1 c arets and Pinky Lee a r one te dloeM
ivred as W ;.orce Donovan Martin (4) and magic of TV.
and recog :4 Courtey, tohlar (7). Woolridge, i In town here with his new o; sU, ne t he
It a htas so -ftapoken Do Jackson (5), Blaylock (8) and Marty Marlon consigns Billy Hunter to the x-* -
Musller hal oRand, Burbrlng (5), Sarah (8). category. Hunter's the young shortstop who came slte
Evnl a this GAn a tsP l L.In the mass Baltimore deall Marion hd him In 3. ..s
ven lts a fer M elr A a e hit only .210. Last season, his second in the major s
hadn la At -:ason. h
had b S o At Tampa, Fla. proved to .243.
Sfieler. t Boston 030 200 000-5 9 1
cw !. ork ld Cincinnati 000 100 100-2 4 1 As has been noted, Frank Lane, general manger .e the
The b ely (4)e Trmble o7) White Sox, has an obsession for trading. In the pge be biB e
the and B rick, Morton (7). Bacsew- known as "ulrantie Frankl ." c .e
la .A." vinted ski, Collum (5), Lane (8) and Lane obviously takes his distin smmerl
admits that as Dotterer, Bailey (8). WP De- ball writers are presented with a braphy i
u hr e owe e e d Wy lock. LP 8a ew2k0. HR the Ivory market, showilg that sine he -
far ba as '1, w Ted Wil lock. LP Baczewski. HR oBe In '41 He w ad 19 deals lnyelytm 215 p i ul
aons oaw bl the be fact remains, however, thatthe tesmll l
zion hold a reunion never. been higher than third, ad. 6USd bti'
i t weIds hit. fueld Gas No Ilme "paLe-setting Indians by 17 ga mesonr the om. l
** wf~e ^ y s eAt DaytonaBeach, Fla. t fMN So ous adroo ng Ip..rsnt.Mr adeofh.,d r.
tUI W*athiaytona Bac,000Fin.-50 1 A Or*L.4 Sortda mG Ito them. they aren't likely to do a better thi qWL To
Sa wv be 110 has t inlha Washngn 002 000ast Sm I ith, w In the Yankee s YagiteNm. (NWIA). F ris a frat Do Id ret M 5ka ta Wol ,1
hase. theft5nr-nhOCplDin cpn. Baltimore 100 000 030-4 7 1 sairmprntchaingeforWaltw Dro-esIo'rbi
e ue lr's la. When McDermott Abernathy ()ar in chane for a two-dollr bill
not at the ate hi balls that Oldis. IKretlow, Held (4). Locke A, THESE DAYS THERE are r
have e at al Germ- (7) and Moss. WP McDermott. -..oot O i Te rT avera e a re rue T hr calot
anof so obtrusive that LP credows. W mo1 o coach against .redatory raids on rndedtok, but o far
a fiery D ndi ot consider th LP L es e body's been ab e to make Dan Cupid rsest them. Andy ...
tafMhis k8 of ad ulyer. He 4us- .eAt Las Vegas, Nevads. ..... tarson, dean of muscle at Miami U. has jst lost one d his bet
tha the straippay mo of New York (N 020 021, 16 0 Nam ed To Third ight ter ends to romance. "You'd th these love-smItter fellow
heine sI rte, 0-Ume O Pitt. Cleveland 002 300 100-6 1 0 would at least stay in school and try to graduate m dm
sburgh lur,.0did not ha ve a coach. In this connection, it should be noted, It ws e1
rgh otedr, didSot have oHearnLo adWe( Hofman ()" r time since Mr.hOustafsonw Da a gamI e prowig t for
burgh ON itpay o blrvet0Gisoandd est m Hot ; Arm ed Forces l-Star 9 Incidentally. the Mami-Notre a g r
fIik Wnda ed Durocher wd (5). Wynn, Mosal (4), Tomanek Bowl, Oct. 7. Is already a sellout. This is one the Idah ea ver
bench hii til le once more re- (6), Houtteml (8) and Nara -. o well blow. Miami's loaded.
ured esr bwg bat. The result was Manager Herb boetto Of Al- Larry Seymour of the A's as
t oeielgo onfidencede- At West Palm Beach, Fla. brook AB lad trd baseman utility. At any other place, JohnnyBrook wld be
ofob. ve thaie iin b fdet Don Mtolui New York (A) 301 200 000-6 l12 1 Mike Rivera of crI Spe- I Five Xob e where. on- _w..
a mal thrt lo the Go.nunds Oleuedo la t hiladelphia 000 000 000-0 1 clal Troo *Weo n ames their the 13-man a t .sco eam, i n .c B y -. bhenad.bla .todr.' htE i t t. There w Oee ather
oh iestnertainly was not for them longer tp hanemv. o.h .. Weislert. Sleater (4) ,Konstan-third straight a Area Ing Bill Wood first. Ernie Len- Written for NEA Service at mn er ran eIs nlumn t of t
which el wdoft e ae mo en ur a moer moi anlO y a errere e. (5).-Armed Fcr l aol -staw baseball nen at second r a lso Mares-o uae mana eb r. M Brooksf th I uter astl a senll oie. bM

ermt himstrahdtaa W er nouinerf M t8) and CW In rt nose ( A m Fh m e n o ab e;ssn onof hallowedwo 1gmemory.i1t wo aheetre t tenS lBl
to confine Mueller to the dugdt, "I'm sure Ot e will te dBishop, Kellner ( ), pShant (8) F team revealed-b rriay bythe Mrantlago at dM ra 1 Frank Wal- mso c a lloo te he lit s hee tlr

a onfiel.. ..or athoe dugot I up otalig a. youvit h 8Pntrury theand o.8 12 op-a ond Hoo-tis o n Jacaneerbeatnle Ktosea. o th a Bn e i a M i-
for the erstwhile whipping boy de. takes time to learn to ay te tr. u a t ~n tad Briun, Ross, O'Ha et What followed wteal Inep -r,
v-eied into a solid hitter, all the right field wal Ia at pe Prolo-hesop. newspaper Others were Steve Kiof Al- srookp wrote a book A re formidable aD h
way alon the roui.., losin the Grounds. Ottle used to play the T o the No leading brook pitche r Dick Scott, Army been able to fight It off. There ces another bee
bate amptelonrshiptp o f WiMIeIIlgnson tho wail. He told Meheother.His0n0t T o oe leading brook pcher DJimk n c ot, AVirmey
tas by no ma ethan .00 points. e as introuble wahen on me wan a t earwater, pitcher Gall (Double No-Hit) oAtlantic southpaw; Joe Meyers, other is newsote titled "My aears.Be

Don is not called The Magician changed. I no longer hesitate (0 Innns) llerg and the slooP'o s li m n he Trooper leftyBb Chamber n, Brooks, In agw es to be r
fox nothing. Mae is ea master at an the ball n off it. I've learned Detroit 005 100 000 1-7 13 ter first baseman f fie Clek- Cocoa Solo cat-aher; John Bur- "Icnutehinm3ndhetrain tIhenit e,6atart,..
Pou a runner around and wils hat be lls to let go and which to Phila.n (N) 130 000 200 0-6 13 1 man, were the only unanimous nett, Clayton catcher B Juhn- said, there revealing that the

g r aIone s theorec Top. cst eMonrk w Mye evrm dalayshoices. It was hlero ndp second son. Albrook shortsthri aNickho.H DG RO s la) eta -(f
r ie the is the wi he o as At r er, Fla. Schultsear dn a row to win the hon- Meholic Alrook outfielder and

hecs e bat 0Jeoioa A oll wyn n 1 one n a r onof to hn- u hi the olb W a p sb o e
a m in am straight awayred Whenever t o interview a em- (8) and Wilson, House (5). ual- the same or ' t i 3ce r. Hebawn 9s r a ou searh e i R ear aa w a tbo
Souan actually see a Mueller ar of the World ac hpions, you tersL pertr (4), Farrell (6), Fort K obbe's chunk mound Receiving onrabl te e menn ocrsot r10 t m *

Ig Mit (8n dth a. The eeBurgeoss. e B-thy Ueres wail acMuraee.'-e.oeue9a 2 warln epa,00lmn.ts To u h
..canning the .field for a hole aswinda up talkige of .Mays, giving Miller.(8 .n B s.W c..e re Bl l- "lpt of "oereMl. ls ad Me ta
the ier deliv erls the ba. A you an even, ter Iea Of the Schultz. LP Miller. HR -l For- of T-roops;_Marion Ho.ts of Kob- X
poderwak a Fortw t Bdid t u u eb oMayer, who led the loo e: Dave King, Gerry Glenn, Ay- .
ie e ta n t otr wl y iew t vae. in RBIwth 2 was the fourth ton Pagan awn& d Stemsnka "of h Speaking Marquard, one of his old ef o ammateMr MMy r'o

Sway mar often th anh not i whe n Wille was n the Army ***dwnteGatscods v n mn pmanenth rmlo i snt r te .st ]ns1a
find, te ball drilled past him onlwe needed power," recalls Muel At Mesa Ariz. Trooper on the 11-man team. He Clayton: Warren Woerz of Al- Franc Is a permanent Florida resident Makes Da h
the other side. Muer drops hit ler, "and I went, for the long be l Cleveland "B" 000 000 000-0 1 joled in the outfield with An- brook: R on Rice and Tomas Me-n t e ehiar
et Ihouldhave.ButChicago 000 000 05x-5 6 1 Wen Guido. the No. 2 batsman rengueli of ArmY Atlantic: ana" happen Ion afotgh Kaees 5Rpkbefore ah o en

etwe out bM kfielders,.nfn ofe -eatreTy an km o Alvin '5. "I've developed a bad habit of picking thbe the .' I
t h e me rT oenrb axkF ofbin f i Be wthy. Mr ksa c k wm ahad A l in HakdsL eotD4 )o -ni a o r mla vao cllOa do b ero bT hJ m tnefJ h n V u g t s
take fun advantage of the foulDark batting ahead of me and (7) and Averill. Manner, Amor Wilcox of Fort Kobbe. CIoc Solo. ko.edeswtvWeerdevanellopedIhta)aigdohaybitSooade ra ta
es A n S)TInthe uno ic a averages. tousoon," Wallace, a suntanhedvisitor,
es. oWillie behind. I concentrate on and Hannah. W Amor.In and he won In '.

MuellerCompares defensive play nreeting the bll, and we simply LP Santiago. HR Spea Iour et PlcosILeon-H kd bd ue pT
S an ves deee nation anso er i t.ard Lupetin of Fort Clayton at htt race, .140 t .33. Hck- choice in 53 and he won n 4. I tabbed a
to "n od ges the phen- o aVe to score runs. Rbee.ven .. second base. Larry Robinson of man tied Wilcox for the tri- l
Ad aid to run the Ik a t the idea he couldn't hit a At Fort Meyer, Fla.m Atlantic at shortstop and pies lead with five each and THE DODGERS' BILLY LOI must
a pal n p a aw aelstra hme w cked them at Mil wau. e 151 006 00114 12 3 was deadlocked with Mayer oapm a under Stengel. Asked If he'd I to
tionME an dCo n. douwtheblm7,41n.htheak at eamad sermn
a,2innthe % guyP ittaburu 1r21 800 002-13 12 Whit. o -6'- Jchult (3) and Wood at threuavch in the .... again, the the right-h 4er
.o ais with Bratkowicz (6), Robinsaot'(0) *W Odin. LP- 8 ults. Merengueli slapped out 12 hits a horse odds boi, they fire lie cUIt lose.
bl-Y"aeeasier' "with -2rwas e u an inwthe in a rather brief appearance but .Sure, Dol .Luque .elpedo me show 45 horses went off Wlda on. How m- a dco *
o eouoth e sai," les to fan and made cork a even were doubles, another top when pitched in the Cuban Win- stand up? Only 24, with 21 loIn You a
ro. as we drove around Camel-lux -hit-a-run i.uekman. Champ Shows How No.3 3mark.tedr League in 1945-46. a uractce of playing odds on favrit, I ,
bak Mountain, taking a look at Mueller also showed the way to Johnson had the most hits ,8 taThe old National League star If-you ever play a horse that goo
the.bV y of the Sun's famousrNational League outfielders in as- ndscored the 8 most ns.25. e taught nie thimportance of get
rilnt resor(. "This is my sixth ists. f ied teammate Mehlic for thc tg a piece of the plate with my Have yet to meet anyone On th a *t
full' rsbaonrWith the Giants, and Even Leo Durocher bS.ieves hi m B othe ed B y Uphifl Lie: most at-bats with 127. curve and we won the champion. doesn't think Cipton HoWard, youn Nmpi b ,tas',
m honored'to have played right now. In the mound statistics, Miller Ihip. goodnoh tostk wth the
1__led In four departments: wins But my biggest break in base. but graUl ilcherde 'ef the Daltorioles mes b .m em
(111, pitching percentage (9406 bll came when I finally at out Mr. Whisker. is taking a look at the late sIt *Mssbin'
T. ilub o")h-Alstrikeouts (164) andishurlej" of the bull pen in early ot y of tax returns. Jimmy Foxx, who came within tW'"humo re"s
.e(4). Albrook's Kio hurled the 195. 1 had spent a lot Of time equalling the Babe's historic 60, works In a mea1 -las.
most, 129 and two-thirds Innings. there. Gables. John Galbreath and A. B. Hancock Jh. the tins
FC -ap Losey Com mGets R t-eady Then erFor Shotwhile Jim King of the sailors It happened in Pittsburgh, of members the Jockey Club neods, real--oPIe hel -
walked 103 for the top standard when the Giants scored s e v e n men..Maybe the Army hasn't forgot the anks'
F-In that division. tuns for Sheldon Jones in the ry.ing tq picture himself as a hardIhp case at the
first inning. The Pirates came he was breking In a neg Cadilac, and maybe that*y ho
Top Batting Marks back with four, and Leo Duro- stays in untl October. e Tanks thought he'd be swugy by
Ab IN Ave. Phut outithe Pirates thearest of
SHeckman, *rooos ...9 3 4 the way, beat the Cardinals, 5-4,,
Guido, Coc. Solo.. "80 27 338 ui 11 innings four days later and
Wilcox, Ft. Kobbe 105 34 .324 -ept right on going from there.
Antilles baseball cham Otpot14 wins in 15 starts, losing on- Mayer, Troops be. 109 35 .3214A tremendous break, of course,
Camp Losey, which arrived here ly to runner-up Henry Barracks Boetto, Abrook... 93 29 312 was being reinstated for organ-
by plane this week, is alternat- In an early season extra-Inning Seymour, A. Adt .. 116 35 .310 ioed ball after spending four sea li A yrc
Ing night and day workovutsbe- game. The 65th Infantrymen JRivera, .Troops .... 94 28 .29 in Canada.
tween Fort 0l"yton and Fort compiled an Impressive team RiClyTo n7...... 28 Still another was landing on a

hander iik ou5 5$ and wilk
aed only batter In com p"In
Man earned-run-average of .625.
lstpcil pe ra x-toot Bob Schlosber turn-
tion f t Cb edCIn six of the ..and26 dapube

PA U Maie other four vaL were cha- wkI-i
S r ed up by Orlando Rodrigues, who er bso Lster,
a taunngh atNteeed i only 34 Innings.a BOspREDBT ... .. .O. ue your five Iron wban you have 2e:r4dwardfors gobledy
Mob nes o uhih won the By eD FURBOL 1i0 uphml stance. MIr._ '_*.
,,U Pai ma five games Wrtte fmr NEA Service Play the ball on a line off your inso Ite '
Ama '.... 4 i over def ng area and Com- Your ball wl ousualy travel left foot. Use less backswing, less gror parasite tht brro5
m; 3 3 Fort bbe, wll higher and shorter when played pivot and a shorter grip. Aim owa I. the ka, Don't worry and
Sa 1 5 hs get without its two from an uphil lie, slightly to the right. Your ball elo. r alf Ther i at7 ws M
tt the regular I suggest you take a club one should book. Play for the hook. ri dow throu t skinm and et
ant er a Miller and W larr than the distance And. .most important. .don't ara l the r.eal CauM ofr .oub,_
m. o nl Kbtt Heckman. wo y require. In other hurry your swing.g iL hy ,t, ootr*S on 0 oM
w s tis week words, you would ordinarily --- or body. Abe m tor W e i
S* epar io. I lronfrom a flat fairway, NEXT: mwaMal Lie. .S ndl &other s true
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(U. S. Air Force photo
from NEA Telephoto)
stands beside the U. S. Air
Force's smallest guided missile
in production, the "Falcon."
Air Force interceptor planes
will carry "Falcon" rockets in

Bids Opened

(or Two Projects

In Ancon, Balboa

Only one bid was received for
the demolition of the remaining
Old quarter buildings in Balbua
Flats and completing municipal
wor.ct planned in the area. Bids
.* for this project were opened Fri-
day morning at Balboa Heights
w:th C.A. High being the soth
bid er with a net offer of .37 -
He bid $39,379 for the street
work. grading, and other wor.(
Involved with a deduction -.
$2.363 for the 14 quarters, two
S garages, and the Knights of Co-
*1 iaumbus building. In addition, one
building in the area is to be par-
telly demolished and rebuilt.
The street work includes the
completion of Owen and Wight
Streets. Other work involves fil-
ling and grading, restoration of
the building sites, top soiling and
sprigging the area.
S 'Bids werp also opened Friday
morning fdr the interior paint-
ing of six houses in Ancon and
Balboa. Seven bids were received
S with apparent low of $480 being
S entered by Service B:ouwer.
Other bidders were Daniel Rojas.
Tropical Paint Co., Anthony
Zeggiere, Salvador Ripoll, W. T.
offey, and Francisco Garcia.
The bids for both project were
opened by Qolonel Hugh M Ar-
nold. Engineering and Construc-
tion Director. The award of a
contract or rejection of bids will
be made after an analysis of the
S bids haq been completed, he an-
b Bounced.

Probe Of School

Lunch Program May

Spread ODer I.
--Rep. L. H. Fountain (D-N.C.)
slid today his investigation of al-
legedly excessive profit made Jin
distributing surplus food in t h e
Illinois school lunch program may
be extended to other states.
-Fountain, chairman of a kov-
f0ment operations investigating
Mbcommittee, told a reporter the
UWinois situation is "just one ex-
ample' and that the add distri-
hution'svstem in other states may
Investigated, too.
fountain has charged James W.
Dumbar president of Dumbar
Comosany, Springfield, Ill., which
has been handling the distribution
8o surplus food for the Illinois
srhoels, may have made a 3XW
per cent. or M900,000 "excessive
S profitt" Dunbar has refused to
let federal auditorsn go over his

(V. S. Air Force photo from NEA Telephotos)
SMALL BUT DEADLY A smoke trail marks t he path of the U. S. Air Force's new "Falcon,"
a guided missile described as the smallest in production, as it rises to destroy a QB-17 jet plane
ilefti during tests. The missile scores a direct hit on the plane (right). The "Falcon's" own
guidance system, self-contained, can direct it to a moving target._

AFL Chiefs:
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situation has become "progres-
sively worse." He said he felt
many people we:e complaining
about the conditions, but that
in. his opinion they did not have
the right to complain.
"It you think you have prob-
lems," he said, "take time out to
see the problems all of us are
confronted with in the Stateu.'
Walker criticized tihe present
administration in the States
and added "big business is rid-
ing high and hard, and at the
present there are no signs as
to when it will cease."
one of the tilings iie felt was
clearly wriNg down here was
the lac that When employes
reach a certain point in griev-
ance procedure tnere Is no fur-
ther arbitration. The law makes
it clear who is the authority
here, he added, and who has
the final word.
In reminding employes that
positive action was necessary,
Walker said:
"It's not sufficient to sit on
your hands and howl. You have
do something about it. our
unions are here for that pur-
Walker said 'he enjoyed his
visit here although he wit.
nessed a deterioration in jobs
and opportunities. He said It
puzzled him what to do about
t. "in light of the law under
which we operate here."
The shortest speech was made
by Edward T. Hines, interna-
tional representative of the In-
ternational Association of Struc-
tural Iron Workers, described by
the chairman as a man of ac-
-I'm not a speaker," Hines
said. "I came here to look and
listen, then go back to Wash-
ington to put it into action."
Besides Wagner, local labor
leader Rufus Lovelady, national
vice-president of AFGE spoke
briefly, and pointed out with
regret that the entire house
was not packed for this "mass
rally." He reprimanded mem- .
hers who do not show enough
interest in their own affairs
to show up to meetings.
0. X. Baxter, international
vice-president of the Electrical
Workers, who had been on the
Isthmus one week had to re-
turn to the States before the
meeting convened and could not
By invitation of Brownlow.
a four-man delegation of- Lo-
eal 907, CIO was present to-
day. It consiste-i of William
H. Sinclair, GCEOC ropresen-
tative, Jose de la Ossa Cas-
tillo, president of Local 917,
Alfred J. Morris, vice-presl.
dent, and Calvia 8aepher,
steward of the organlutic,.
Sinclair said today his group
met-, yesterday with the visiting

labor delegation to discuss pos-
sible effects here of the AFL-
CIO merger. At that time he
was invited to tne meeting and
told to bring along "whoever
you want."
There was some speculation
today that a group of local-
raters might attend -for the
first time- a meeting'of U. 8.
rate workers, but except for the
CIO foursome, there weni mone
The group of officials expcts
to return tomorrow to Washing-
ton. They will be accompanied
by Howard Munro.

B-A-A-A-A "Miss Bopeep'
is pretty Helen Ford of Holly-
wood, Calif. The 18-year-old
lovely was selected for the title
by the Imperial Valley Lamb
Feeders, who are busy promot-
ing their product.

*| TODAY --= I!

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GOING UP Rising into the
sky at Bartlesville, Okla is the
odd-looking Price Tower. Near-
ins completion, the 19-story
skyscraper will provide both -
living quarters and office space.
World-famous Architect Frank
Llod Wright is the designer.

W29 u-.. 63:2 m.
p.m. 5 I24 e.m,

Little League:

Giris 9, Boys 3

Twelve births were reported at
Coco Solo Hospital during the
week ending Wednesday at mid-
night. There were 99 patients
admitted and 89 discharged dur-
Ing that period.
Two deaths were reported.
.Babies were born to the fol-
lowing American citizens: Ens.
and Mrs. Ernest J. Westvig, of
Coco Solo, girl: SI' and Mrs.
Dempsey Pagan, of Coco Solito,
girl: Cpl. and Mrs. A. Lopez, of
Colon, son: Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Gaskin, of Coco iolito, daugh-
ter; Mr. and Mrs. James R. Fol-
som, of Margatfgi'sWi; Mr. and
Mrs. Reece T. Williams, of Coco
Solito, girl; Mr. and Mrs. Vin-
cent D. Ridge of Margarita, girl;
and Sgt. and Mrs. John A. Za-
braski of Fort Gulick, girl.
Babies were born to the fol-
lowing parents of Panamanian
nationality: Mr. and Mrs. H. A-
rias, of Colon, son; Mr. and Mrs.
Basil H. Hewitt, of Colon, dugh..
ter; Mr. and Mrs. Runert Bion-
del, of Colon, daughter: and
Mr. and Mrs. Felix A. Osavio,
of Colon, daughter,

Russian Industrial

Expositlon To Open

In Buenos Aires
BUNOS AIRES, March 19 -
(UP) A Russian industrial ex-
position will open here next
month, it has been announced.

Ivan Miravian, Rus
official, has arrived '
cow to direct the preps
Exhibits will Incli
vehicles, agricultural r
oil well equipment, ral
trials and machinery
and heavy ndust. '
The exposition, sch
last one month,- wib t
a hall near El Re=o
downtown Buenos ArA

Canal Oldtim
Dies At Corgo
Funeral services Joe
retired Canal employee
Monday night in GoO
tal, will be beld Moda
at 10 o'clock at t'
Graveside eervi
conducted b5 F. R.K
Church of Cr
Swain, a navMpei
Georgia, came t
during costrueUVW*J
was employPt--
with the M hfl
from 1916 up to.
retirement in l.4|


sian trade
from Mos-
ade motor

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"Let the people 'know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Linil


Russia Launches Major Drve

To Block German Rearmament
PARIS, March 19 (UP) Rus-1 The Soviet note said Moscow sought to delay final action by later b. thefu
42a has launched a major effort considers the actual policy of I.torolpatnew debate on there M- ss
to strengthen East German mill- the French government to be plsve franco-Oran agrheex- e a
tary forces before the Wpstern "basically in contradiction to the ent on the future of the tse r ma nt tratI. ThP e
urpean Union can take effect, spirit and record of the Officially, Hewus said he wa P b rlti the tsue
military sources report. French-Sovief-reaty." withholding his signature from o a~ *a'lntos" e
According to information re-
cived from Berlin, East Ger- It said that In "trying to have rnnhe constitut u- sceued the ot on ate iMti,
many would have seven division the Paris rearmamentagree- Qlty of the ar agreement by late next tifcation
of troops divided into two army ments ratified, the French go- West Germany's Supreme Court. The German .unde rat upper
corps. These would be supplied ernment helps revive with its But nformedsources said he house voted uor the ratio upperfication
with Russian equipment, includ- own hands German militednm was more concerned by the netew O the rearmament an at rel
in almost 1,000 tanks. and draws the remilitarized West French opposition drive to delay treaties at nn yesterday reThat
ere were further unconflrm- Germany into the West Euto- or defeat ratification and by the atio n ypleted the legislative
ed reports there that training pean military alliance and the French reaction to Moscow's new Procedures.
camps for the East Germans will North Atlantic bloc, which Inevi- threat ow s new procedures.
be established in Poland beyond tably will lead to-serious compil- The French Assembly late de- final although somewhat tgruds-
the Oder-Neisse line, and even cations in the entire ErpanP mended the timetable set by its Ig approval to the Smasr s&e-
that Polish and Czechs troops situation and will in many ways steering committee for ratifica- ment under which the gree-
may be integrated with them. increase the threat of a new wAr Uo procedures be st aside to square-mile area wille h m -
Military experts have been in Europe." t permitn Assemy e bte of -ste area will edmin-
aware for some time of serious emblydebateof the ed by a neutral 00unisson
buildup of the East German The Soviet note also aid the takes final abere th Senate erendin a final Gean c
army. As far back as Marcb. Soviet government an not a- The steering committee agreed Chancellor Konrad Adenuer
1952,'Moscow came out In favor gree with the statement of the under ressuremmit p u t y h s tceor Konrtreaure the
of German remilitarization. French government that the Jacques Vendrouxf aD o uty hastened to treasure the
"Allied sources said that in ad- Paris agreements will allegedly law of Gen. Chdrou, a roer-in French government that er -
dition to the seven divisions, the help establish European securi- But Faure nipped the rebellion m ent.
East German government has ty. ment.
the following police forces at ita
disposal: 30,000 frontier guards, Last night's West Germay's I
80,000 ordinary police, 14,000 Parliament gave final appe- e Re uests
secret service men, and 8,W90v to th, treaties whie Will
highway surveillance officers. place 6000 rearmed Ger-
Meanwhile, In Paris, the mans In the West's European
French Foreign Minister today defenses against CommunistM meeting Hm bAk
rejected the latest Soviet charge aggression. r Mtn om A fa k
that West German rearmament But
runs counter to the Franco-So- But President' Theodore Heuss --
viet mutual assistance treaty ofe orly sidetracked the
.mutual assistance treaty of eto wat WASHINGTON, March 1i -I Bear testified before n.
I RA6.1 d;.+-- (TIU

Russia warned In a note last
night that French ratification
of the treaties to rearm West
Germany will mean cancella-
-tion of the Franco-Soviet pact
and that France will be "en-
tirely responsible."
The note was delivered to
French ambassador Lous Joxe
In Moscow. It was the latest So-
viet move to bloc# ratifiosaton of
the pacts and came just five days
before the French senate is
scheduled to open the final de-
bate on the accords.
The Soviet communication re-
affirmed the position of the So-
viet government originally stated
in a note of Dec. 16. It was in
.reply to the French answer giv-
ing Paris' views on the treaty
signed by Gen. Charles de Gaulle
in 1944.
It said that "the act of ratifi-
cation" of the Paris accords
would mean the tearinft up of
the 1944 mutual security pact.

26 Jobs Open

With PanCanal

Uway ma- A total of 26 positions, in-
for light eluding openings for 10 part-
time postal assistants, arepres-
edued ently available In the Panama
eduled to Canal service according to the
* hueld i list of vacancies contained in
Luare the transfer vacancy bulletin
issued this week by the person-
nel Bureau.
|er Eighteen are in the classified
and related group and eight
qs are in the craft group. The
positions may be filled by trans-
L swain, fer of eligible employes and ap-
who wdin plications should be transmit-
W HoMI. ted to the Employment and
7m mornin Utilization Division.
e Coroa Vacancies in the following
types of work are listed in the
classified and related groups:
will e clerk-atenographer, clerk-typist,
fet fthe supervising electrical engineer,
general engineer, postal assist-
- ant, and supervisory milk prod-
S" ,v ll uets, assistant.
K mi j Positions open In the craft
A nd group include armature winder,
Auj __ plant electrician, chief towboat
iyMon engineer, machinist, lock oper-
(Af his ator, powerhouse operator and
towing locomotive operator.

MOn Tu a cein or the frencn
P tj nmett on the measures,
He withheld his signature
from the ratification measures
while French-' Premier Edgar
Faure fought down a last-min-
ute revolt in the National Assem-
bly and braced for a new diplo-
matic offensive launched by
Faura succeeded In crushing
the Assembly rebellion, which

Mae Donder Ryuko Uakshara
blends East and West very ef-
fetively as she appears in a
Tokyo nitery; the Il-year-oi
beauty's -kimon shows such
foreign Influences as a split
skirt and a fringed hip line, and
she wears western-style shoes
and earrings.

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,ur) president Eisenlower
yesterday asked Congress to ap-
propriate 12 million dollars to
develop plans for evacuation,
shelters, and other means of
meeting an H-bomb attack.
The money would supplement
the Civil Defense Ac lastra,
tion's regular budget this year
of $50o,,00. Te Whits use
explained tbha no moWny aih
been asked for pllai pur.
poses in the regur budget be-
cause the extent and nature o
what would happen in even
of an H-bomb attack had not
been evaluated at the time.
The White House said the
proposed supplemental appro-
priation is necessary to develop
evacuation, shelter, and opera-
tional plans for cities in cr1t4-
cal target and related areas of
The money also will be used
to "conduct research into the
most pressing problem result.
Ing from radeological fallout In
order to determine prompt and
effective measures to meet such
hazards," the White H se said.
Meanwhile, a Civil ,#ense
official said Atomic -
Commission regulations have
hampered efforts to prepare
the nation for the H-bomb;
Ralph E. Spear, assistant Civ-
11 Defense director for pian
ng criticized what he calle
the AEC's delay in reporting
H-bomb effects.I
Thep AEC issued a report Feb.
15 on fallout from p test H-
bomb exploded March 1954.
One result of the AEQ's de-
lay, Spear said, is thit physi-
clans and others are not pre-
aed to handle H-bomb vie.

ate government oecons ubo
committee consider yern
meet security prograMgis;
Spear was called before the
Subcommittee a a result of tea.
timony by Civil Defense Direc-
tor Val Pteraon that he col
not discuss the fal a
with people in his
becausemany of th
We security leaac from
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Spear was asked If the AEC
security standards izrfposd an
"artificial barrier" between the
Civil Defense agency y ad in-
formation on atomic weapons.
Ti.,.lta.ess said the AEC soe-
eurit*y system had presented
"something of a burden" in
misting the.fallout problem.
P3lSo to tait, he saa the ya-
tern had been only a "minor
But with advent df the H-
bomb Spear sMid, his agency
had to get information to all
of its peoae so they oould re-
vise mteir anning. He said the
AEC secIty system presented
"a handlap" and there was
"some delay."
Sen. Hubert h. Humphrey
(D.-Mian.) asked whether the
Anmerican people can .be assur-
ae that the medical eson
prepared to treat atwle vie.
S"I' have to honestly say they
are not prepared," Spear an-
Spear said moving Civil De-
fense headquarters last, year
from Washington to Battle
Creek, Mich., resulted la loss
of somne personnel wit security
clearance. He said that made
far mepe planning drey.


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