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Rd Je Fuel Cargo
To Romanian Port
BHELIE KI, Ilnla March 4
(UP) Ownera o the uFinnish
tanker Aruha washd their
hands today of a dal to ship
Jet ,fuel to Red h* and len
It up to the' e fisbUMIts to
come and set it at 0*s Roman-
ian port cf oantaess;
oC .nar IVmtromi, president
or the R-Bie Shipping conl
pany, said the Arb's crew,,
whoed rebellion forced cancella-
tton bf a trip to Red. ChIa,
will unload the 13,000 tons of
fuel at Contanza when the yes-
In bMe A-Bomb
ThA Civil Defense exercise held
ree for the Tehnical Staff
on Pacaild.wMl be re-
petI d with modltio r, to-
mun-.morn n the Alantia
*idA f the deputy Teclical
a.- ,a4.A ent th canducted
sel. returns there in about 14
Then, he said, it becomes "an
affair between the ship brokers
and the Peiping authorities."
Finnish shipping cirles spec-
ulated that uasila mliht dis-
patch a heavy tanker to Cons-
tana to pick u the fuel and
try to car Itthrough the a-
i oaslist '-, n naval block-
ad to the RId China mainland.
There was no confirmation of
tts report which was widely
dicusmed m Finnish ship
Meanwhile Communist *China
*arged that tie Aruba turned
uck because "Washington's
high-handness 'and intimida-
-A New China news agency
broadcast, in ifs first mention
Of the position, of the Aruba,
said the vessel had been "forced
to return to Romania."
Ihbe broadcast, which was mo-
ed here, added that the
Ayba's return wVas announced
b the Finnish Seamen's Union
.' thl newi f nt.,l m IAa.L&a 1i af
rEAVILY GUARDED every time he levep e. eaters the Nationl Assembly, former pres-
ident J1o6 Ram6n Gulsado moasts the Assembly t for a further session ofthis homicide trial.
Attlee, Churchill Outward Bound?
LONDON, March 24 (UP) for Bevan's expolai from their gether yesterday providing Attlee
Tallf grew today that the grand parliamentary ro, gave the lead.
old men of both Britain's poll- They asked ow a party Instead, Attlee moved to give
tical parties are now on the way leader could bangJA, when he Bevan one more chance to give
out. could rally less half the "assurances as to his future con-
Political observers were dis- party MPs antoy half the duct" to an executive sub-com-
cussing t retirement of Sir party executives oalttee be- mittee next Tuesday, with the
Winston srchI as a matter find him. full committee meeting the fol-
fact thohug'the prime minister lowing day to make decision.
has yet to reveal sB plans. It as repw ut en At- The pro-Labor Dah Mirror,
,41 ee wo dormert WGWch has ca ed the Ib-smok-
OhtfWd aai annmmulatad that fnrit selit v Aift Mori- ,la ,Attl M Iea ".unh i B a
Confessed assassin Rubenw O, Miro, whose statements form te
for mah eof the prosecution's case against impeached president Jose
aeon G, is a falsifierr" and an "evil-minded criminal," defense
tourney FVepe Juan Escobar told the National Assembly today.
Egcobar went on to describe Victor Calvo, 22-year-old Cuban whW
testimony against Guizado has also been accorded importance by the pI
ecution, as "an epileptic with a persecution complex."
It was the fourth day of the trial of the 13-day presi-
dent on charges of complicity in the Jan. 2 Juan Franco
race track machinegunning of his predecessor President
Jos6 Rem6n. i
Escobar opened by questioning the Assembly's right
to try any citizen for anything other than a political crime.
He said there were discrepancies in the general
charges against Guizado as expressed by Assembly prose-I 6
cutor Deputy Eligio Crespo Villalaz and special govern-
ment prosecutor Jos6 N. Lasso de la Veqa respectively.
He aid' neither of the two levelled hr
Buven0 no, r. M K 'sy "'P
for a coo.dlfnatll' r'e-
forts, and tO lp i*y weak-
ness in overall planr"
The hlan a 8tfef Atlanie
ide wlerdl e ali for a solt-
lated explaiolo an loa atmn.I
bo* -from a gsded miue
iimrng betweeillatun .n.
th lway. Th bomb would
h4e/the same foere as that
used In the Pacific exercise
f th w that of MO ten
The Technical Staff Chief de-
puties will be asked to solve a
series of 19 problems resulting
from 'such an explosion.
The problems will be given to
the group at the rate of one
every eight minutes and each
will be asked to determine what
measures his. particular branch
of the Civil Defense organlan
would be reqmlurd to do. ..
The test for the Tech.nica
Staff Chief on the Pacific side
was-held at the end of February
and was ponsdered highly sue-
costul. It was followed by a cri.-
tiqu 8ant MronM taken which
wa ..i~1 jr.ve ek',we .,
- I m rUIc-. ..
tIdeclae that, .the British
nreon "Offiee .."ssixted" by
"mere tWk onet aamuneing
that it would live no bunker-
ing facilitle .to tUm Aruba at
all ports .under British on.
Governor John Beybold left
early this morning by air for
Washington, D. C., where he is
scheduled to attend a meeting
of the. House Merchant Marine
and Pisherles Committee.
The committee, which hand-
les Canal legislation is slated
to meet early next week.
Saturday, the Governor will
attend the quarterly meeting
of the Panama Canal Com-
pany's board of directors.
During his absence Lt. Col.
Harry 0. Pason will be acting
M' 'reco1mvde teato .
expel Bennfo ti party alto-
was ablibamustet only 14 of the
28 memblM 'of t1leparty's exe-
cutive c6amittee yesterday to
vote for giving Bevan an oppor-
tunity to 1 apoloize for hi mu-
tinous remarks about Attlee's
They further poi tod out that
when Attlee took th oppose
tack a week ago he was able to
get. only 141 of the 293 Labor
members of Parliament to vota
In RP Tonight
Two representatives of the
Treasury Department will be ar-
rivingin Panama tonight, and
will be available at the Amer-
The purpose of their visit Is
to assist United States citizens
with the, preparation of their
federal income ta x reports.
They may be contacted at the
Embassy up until April 1.
A 24-year-old ChUlibre woman
whO was critically burned when
her stove exploded died this
morning at Gorgas Hospital.
Ms. Flora Cole was rescued
front her burning house in Chili-
bre 11 days ago by Madden pow-
er station employes who passed
her house in a Panama Canal
off icl bus shortly after the
kerosene stove exploded, causing
Within five minutes the five
bus passengers bad rescued her
from the flaming house and ex-
tinguished the fire before rush-
ing the critically burned woman
to the hospital for treatment.
She Is survived by her hus-
band Wilfred. who Is a U.S. Army
employee at Fort Clayton: two
sisters. Margarita and. Inez; a
brother, Jose, and both her par-
Do You Have An Atom In Your Sathel?
LAB VEGAS, Nov., March 24
WPI)- An underground atomic
test eplodn split the Nevada
eae' like a volcano yesterday
as k deoolI
tuon aallh. l
h mf of the
tt. L o.... '.erlod,.
able ida betng trans-
pt. and plante by a smalI
Vestesrday' explosion was in
the "ba Abpmb" class-but a
Rated li the i.-
valent of -1 of TNT,
It shbook proving
an p '. roar.
observers a iL. a e an
- V 5Uateline miles
from ebs te, aw ton of
earth ^ as the
eag with volcanic.
The "satchels" would replace charge and one surface charge winds would not blow pulverized.
the unwieldly TNT charges used in a cautious test. radioactive dust into populated
heretofore by engineers and ord. At the time, many laymen be- areas such as Las Vegas.
nance men to demolish bridges lived that nuclear fssa would It was the rat time since the
andm after battle. prod uce a "hainthbcon atomnucannonwA ,firedIn 1953
S Sm, they also could readin through the tnms ofha Army ,rsonnel have -
equp ,W manet and at- the earth to change the face of se mbled and otlidoed for a
tached..by "frogmen" to the bulls the globe. nuclear_ device.
of ene py ship. Scientists approached yester-
Yesterday's was the 3fth a- day's test cautiously, too. But The operation was performed
tomic explosion at the jaitada for another reason, by the Corps of Engineers sup-
range and was the first stb-sur- They worried about low-level ported by ordnance soldiers.
face detonation since 1951, when winds, demanding assurance Some 280 armed forces officials
the ABC triggered one depth from meteorologists that the observed the test.
C 1 A t A
*T? UIs the end of Clemi At*
Uee said the Tory tabloid 1ptly
Te' pro-Conservative Dally
press snorted, "Mr. Attlee
should now stand down and
present him (Bevan) with the
But others weren't so sure&
They pointed out that Attle
emerged from yesterday's met-
ing with the Labor Party' still
unified, if only in name, and
with himself still at th head of
Road Al Second
The second o r g a nizational
meeting of CUSRO (Council of
the United States Employe Or-
ganizations), was held last night
at Diablo service Center.
Ten representatives of various
ornlzatliions that have elected
to become affiliated with the
Council were present
It was announced that two ad-
dltinal organizations-Lodge 14
AFMg and the Canal Zone Surs-
es'Association-had agreed to
join since the last meeting.
Aims and purposes of CUSEO
were explained. A proposed pre-I
amble and suggested by-laws
were read and discussed, with
particular emphasis on member-
blt was agreed to send letters
extending an invitation to Join
the Council to all Canal Zone or-
ganisations whose alms are the
Improvement of civic, veteran
and labor affairs, so that great-
er strength might be obtained
In improving conditions or situa-
tions applicable to all.
Jack Eglinton (Box 484, Cu-
rundu, telephone Corozal 5285),
was elected temporary chairman
of the organization committee,
replacing temporary chairman
L B. Curling, who is scheduled!
to leave for he U.S shortly.
The next meeting is scheduled
April 6 at Diablo Clubhouse at
7: 0 p.m. I
. -- *- ..
sMbr contended that Gui- "temendoes- amount OL evil,"
sado cannot be co evicted unuer and "eimbial tendency,"
in-aX, charge homicide. IHe .woun4 ohis m .r.nts on1h r m
.e Marqu mez eflo, who before e ito a
ooke for Ouisldo lst nlght. S h- .- tW I o" iedert-
cobar today made several reer- ho rev ro erl .
ens to the term "applied pnay-I S SI u e i rges d met d t f lth e
chology," which was frequently t3 anav m itthe riamonsi q d t o u
use.d by Lasso de la Vega during r dorr on ,udhesn"te e ssiron th nthe -i
his discourse. and then argue. It over with ':2 against h ien anO, ;
Usingr two anecdotes to pune- t'em le.s bounced his argument
tuate his arguments, Escobar Then, e -s sted t hat befor an au s topsy" O the con
contended that Mir'e confession. re-in& a dilsion they should ie o e h
which regarded as "prative sreve e public life of uieado summationlded bhih
proof" of his client's guilt, can and the number of decorations ing the third ay of the
only be regarded as such in such he has received from several pro redeted trial, m e
particulars as refer to Miro him- countries, including France and that Wado knew .
self. Britain,r om *hlch he received a man "Pableaof doing
insteadd of shadow o Musp1- In. a dramatic windup to his c as.Mng ith tMh -d
io speeh yesterday slayer the posib o
hangs over his client. Lm deo I Vegahad asked the d lett to ovethrew
Arguing that the defense 53 National A mbly deputies ~~rthe o yde h.ia
does not need the retractions sitUngas judge; to convict "I accuse you, Jose.
of Minr and Calve to prove sad punish Glis ad.a. I acus as os e a
Guizado's Innocence, because Deputies then asked direct Of izaom. a rincid lCol
sthe statements by these two, 'UesUOnM of Guizado for about ofh on.C ane r ns B
"a falsifier.And.. 1 ec," 45 minutes before the defense it ...,n o t he
nn.ot reaisjat. aitaled analy- attorney Marques took over. ie. with the agvte o
YA*"obar U keelflmo Mie to & Guisado, wlo stood to answer medtt"io. I rv thol
'tichlevous -Ir1t with a questlotW appeared calm during bleg or the death of
Sieelo Soua (another
i]ost hi lfe, for the eo
feed Lb oauinO re.l-
"For.the former you muA;
sOer with your fmdom.,
--. ~r, you mudpay
a" At the deputies i
par I the direct q
Gul ado was Homero V
a appled to On a-
charged, Alfretdo A
Mialster of Funace. a0
- U au --iwpv ih ~ -
ii u wit, whI I
,r :.. T.
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l Q,-VtCi 12.179 CENTRAL AVENUE BETWEEN 12TH A10 13TH STREfT*eOf
FOREIGN R hPRE9SNTATIowVas JOSHUA B. POWERS. INC. om eln
oIffice"r s ar et df yu bu 1.70 Am 2.50a is cos ec to ou
R tt o.. o e iNnliNnai0ii aBy TST. hiDrew Penr s Rays: CdiydM. oe rt arl ti H
0 #'YOUR FORUM THE READIRS OWN COLUMN tanthonym(Tough Toin Anas-ay awog-rge Russioa rockets; Ike mrie mg
tw eratha tli b ewell begin to watch, need no .fcfoe through bro a; nttito la d apIW t
longarra f ,rettIn'te yw shadowaofnw dvSUMEeCrmen insstoverst P' g
0 A his"Ififluentiali brother, Al rt,
oInc.'gfsblood l tnd thunder da WASHINGTON.- Central Invtce rea now bovie
,.,.Inc, ,book- lyn s the dar ms Chinese Premier Cho En- la will carryout threat toket a
t a receivedgratefullyu andere handled in awhollyrconfidentialAsoverrd theiBrookiyntrm but not by a fleetrof Chinmet a
you centrimbut letter don't be imptient if it doesn't appear th far morb thane o Anationals la-e s 1e. Rus in A de fred ao f ateo.t
OW d,. Lettoere published in the order received bor leaders who were tembar-e a to Red Chiua t s at 9hfew.s tP .U red
s4 try t keep the letters limited to one page length. raised when Anstasio forced now training Ohtese crew to opate a
1htity fe letter writers is held in strictest confidence. the turbulent Inter nationaln.eth zt and d SP of.tr ma s-, ad ,
Istit ofably doerwriersItaInsto( it.to nee b)aefrnnsCebta rocpu [W ey uoernent for a
ewsIper nli ues no responsibility for statements as opian om Longshoremen' wsAs. to mko 2. It's knowntthath.tete walstoaCumi ltet.u ner uda herl Seve
S i letters r rders him a Viceopre qidept et.m? fast. IL-28 Jet bombers and improved Mig-ht bet to th
o W o r Theanlonsh leaderstdon'tn a lt Chinese Read pto th pr
8ERVIGE FACILITIES let hemse et use lye a -ths e hv do a e t
ant Sure, I saiOd we civilians are restricted from service facil- o eal algnfltticance of th es late i o llbgence froni behind te
. but I am a defeatist I am resolved to the fact that what Let you think these be strong a l -. Bamboo Ctain is that a rocket attack on Formoa would
od enough foran air or the serviceman but words abouhey dtnllow like Anas. mots ely to draw the United StaterInto a shi war wti
can seeood for the servicemen ibly have gottenod for the ivilian. Just tasough Tony Inciauy hadat.s been rih o. .hn"eA Red China. For Eloseanhower and Dulle have al Indiated
Svild cse of d discrimination i itthe leader of jusf ie local at that they would drop Anbomb u the Chln Se natlsd ina s
Ismp- not from a defense viewpoint but f hrom a pleasure view- stream, 4une1ds.eMm a f.eo o.t. e s n t s u A h ua s gg v h lt
Itsaid tneusviie1cs kge restricted from service facila.. .lo
Tost is good for the servicemen is too good for the civilian. Justs rtosio,owh6eofficially hasobeen moedoFxlike .loiCe-hoey,youdm wh t e as we ll e oa k e preni o
ave heard this subject of discrimination batted back and of longshoremen, let me rush r of such hstilities around Formoa. .
h fr mn aea but it has always been my opinion that you this incidental intelligence.
Oth d mnrmton was originated out of the feeling of the Tough Tony's elevation to the Note It was the intelgence eporti on China's long-
toward civilians. The services are ruled by discrimina- ILA vce-presiden is beingage rocketshat helped oversee cretar of tate Dulle
f rn ge roc ketre-taa en helped[. *-vve Ig
PD. watched very carefully by-A0e thinking on Pormos.
LarN o.r tf3.4,k .-w--t----a \. "t. -- o Luck. GX
Apparently you are a serviceman (by that I mean non-com- Pentagon.g In the past, he has discounted the possibility of n ,thrk
aoned man). Tell me, can you visit you post Rofficers Clubte mli olte r on Formosa, kdowmg that an amphibious aWahh couldnltp
.. Walter Winrhell In New York |
officerse too geouond por yorpro apl Art y, onvy oed aroul Westternmdento oar uitale
Wheth earlo nothlowsthenmliliariyfisCeane.) liNowt aethiseent iiste oaryawp. eoplesnfr "out'eat ABeC wa gay ushestiisconitd
00e ct-a m beir n tatpreioalltedayout.eteiga bt,.iato morlwa ferry operathe oan atn Iowonerof hrerpocouerrmsn.tFebemaensoaereprivit- mecntorthttmenood
Sou tdl f .yur invitation to stop at a recruiting Ne Yok r ark ti -- -- been more h lng over who would be the brokr than ver
ie~tand sign my name on the dotted line and thus entitle From these do'ks In Anastaslo's THE HOTTEST SCANDAL IN TOWN ed," says a headlne.. .How doe, he like being tle Fappolntment.ot a postmaster. .
g w me svie athotImyl ingties.,IBdnd what pay t iandIwas nto ted ssdot tfoeh c l.hod aeso nuf. n caea, t wy st t5 e t la
etoservice facilities. I did that one time and was entitled domain flow the materiel for the Target?...His director asks: "What is your surplus factory s at ewcastle, Pa., here United En-
i our facilities. our men and bases from frigid Ernest Hemingway's intimates report igreat1 radio-t audience?"...We dunno, bY t ore thing's steering and Foundry of Pittsburgh makes orglng and setel
The only difference between you and I is thot I did it when rule near the Arctic to 'the soncen about has health. He i in "seelrion" sure...It's bigger'n Both Of Us!...The latest castings but will abandon the operation March 3 So the ta.o .
wanted and I didn't bother to get drafted (how about you?) steaming desert airfields of Ca- (at his farm) outside Havana...Why 'did that Tune Pan Alley insanity is titled: "The Musher tOry, valued at $20,000,000, Is up for sale.
S rll probably do it again too (if the need be) cause after sabanca. Cutie belt a harmonica-player in the mush in We Do It The Gooder It Gets." Bill Morgan Ordinarily, surplus government factories are advertised for .
kind oflike my freedom after all I'm a civilian. Are you From these wharves strategic XX2's drugstore on bth Ave. the theirr warbles it on a Columbia platter...It's bam- sale in various newspapers and the Gen eral services Admitra
S ifella? weapons and other equipment aln.?...Jelke vice case star witness Eriea ele bino for the Bob Hawkins. He's Vahety's Man tio then egotiates ot sells to the highest bidder without an
In s thwrat,,nidtledama bn oufron#thmteaoox itedl inte ne.e p
Sor e- Waterfront Harry sometimes are loaded for the was in the chorus of the iidXXXXXXX night club at Rome, Italy...Gant father's description of a realtor coming slinato the picture
Critical Near East. But mostly, here several years ago. Couldn't adjust legiti- Phony: "A guy who can't spare a second till you However, the Iketes have devised a new plan for retaining
SAnastaslo's men load Army and matey when she left..a. Why did Joe and Marilyn suddenly come in first!" ,i real-estate brokers which in the caes of the Newcastle plant-
PANCANAL PAY other freighters bound for our phone us to deny that she was looldng fo a a a t at means a commission of $a7, dM(0. r .
Senederpots on tie Atlantic and the house in Connecticut months ago? (Which Wi The ntew RMlyon Fund Contest: 1st Prize: A All this, of course, is sound Ae hlcan business practice. But
SMediterranean From the Brook-did). The Weston (and other) Conn. gaettes Cadillac...Strts right now..Deadline: April when theRepubcan national committee has to the broker
noo e canst h ion i se trea t, lyh bases, the military rtun a configrIag e it last week... If M. Brand doesn't 18th (Monday Midnight)... Winner announced and when he must be OK'd by thed Republican Seatoers in his
rste ca you an ito a an fi erry stembetween pots 'in mahle up his te ind '(in 3 weeks), oxer Mike :April 24th...Many other valuable prizes to be state, then sound Amertean business stops and polities b te na.
I he Panama Canal company pathe tio n wt mov A e ook EogsanT France, Italy be. Sands (nevview of Miami Beach fight-impresario announced later...Send as many entries as you And whe n you start healing andagglng over the p cal
rthe same Grade pay an s the U.th sben dtop L tween Brooklyn and Bremer- Chris Dundee) ,says Josanne Mariani will marry wish. Please enclose $1 to tight cancer...Send stripe of the broker who's F to sell ,a lege of govrn
e on h e s t w s th t this would mean haven eghorn. hlm...Th.copsarea off the S. Rs e trles tQ Ruon Fund...Box 711... Grand Cen- property, you might just asw goback to preous
te ofe those e like myself was hat Ca aComan n.unsolved murder case. the number of dercti s 1 Staio, Y. (Box 17) N. Y....Here's the petlve system o advertising thefactory n newspapers.
t beunfar to meAnt o upty n- e -.' a i This ocean-going shuttle must diminishes wekly...Big-Behind The Scenes- .theme: Name YOUR Choice for President 14 1946 Anyway, her's hat happened in Newcte P
an d cr eionlfai a e t er can m s (The Grpe Comm. fo u nd .t e ? .n .-o oso tlle, 0Ikrlt G r.Bl.now v ...
Loaahere Inhe. who1'Gir)..kW hasnot yet mXntioned imfd ... -,t v cEtls"In o7w11~bss etIMlFt. n re one l thadr thwe
S ilol te I p th e ayg PL i s. a atown dress mr (a R), the n a l of tl h Cahn e (Wm. Wat the papers, adidn'tar i: Tht when Weol oneral Services Administration, iwtch m
Sot w t 2 th ft W py a y Whether or not the military Cohen)...Pat Ward testified cahnCohen was asked for "out" at ABC we gav ap a 1,00 per nreperty looked around Western Pennsylvag e flha titable
o tw I am being treated o er-courteousy, butit seem ferry operates n tim isow one of her early procurers. Federal agents hav week lfe-time contract..For the time nobody n dustrial realtor. n I. ,
to kee ap me fromreali oz thedfference anl batlstoe ln Tony oAnataso ln a paper for hl arrest on another matter. Cahn wanted us on the air.. ,A ,06 weekly-whether Four or five companies were nmteterted aytn thea Nde
to m esatfled m'thout my knowinftwhat any Is to be *X- T Ana h d suddenly ldst most of h teeth recently...Why worked as a news-roem consumtat-r noti castle plant, but Downey's instruction Were not to the plant
Sme satafled witht my knowing' what pay is to bIf he d not ntrol the was Jeanne Williams fired from "Kismet"?..... .We never ilid we wouldn't "ever again" speak direct, thereby saving the $w17,000 commission -- but I n- t
_'i forth b ud an begn m ta fr t know there Brkynirm tnshoremen S the Sammy Davis, Jr. wires: "On my w ord-of-honori over ABC mikes. ..We wanted our contractual augurate the new system of retain C local tr.
i .e tg he VaitIsnow. rest ofeLn L o t h ? would never I didn't pull away like a Jet plane, saying 'Her-o freedsm,...,e told ABC we would get uOr Own He final lypicke aThamnas MO t iPttbtrgh
t because I gt lower pay I am to replace anoth e made him ie -presadent- goes theother eye!'"...(...Le source: Some "bud- sponsors...And that if they chose ABC, of ou and non-polical ci servants at General Services began typ
lady, but this does not seem fair ato eher one S fr they tried to get rid of h dies")...Isn't El Morocco ofrced to move from we o along..."You have been with us so long out a press release announcing that for the first .time govern-
is.ot h tus In eeing better toward one another f6r more than a year. its 25 year spot (on 54th) because the building (nearly 25 years) you forget the policy," ABC re- ment sale would be handled by a. private Broer :
;and mnoter did not mean bthe same pay as I mgven in Ircoming down?...20th Century-Fox execs say plied. "Wedo not buy commentators frotlspon- It was at this point that political trouble came zooming
IM is real in the ay as Th ft that Touh Tony he rumors of a Zanuck divorce are bunk...s sors, unless we can control them." over the horizon. Frank-Fox, Suave special (aolltant to GSAdmn-
o Riu t at b reeat i t i thow has the Pnam had been out front tomuch Westchesterites are tching-tching about an in- t. bstrator Ed Manhsure excitedly intervened. Be protested thlot
enta ed Panama had beenpty felt that he wastoo mab-cident involving XXXXXXX necking with a doll Daily Worker Please Copy (and airmail to Red McCaffrey's selection ad't been learned with the two- Re-
a Government applied it? -- An Interested Clerk ty ationss They while both watched the frau being interviewed Chinese chiefs): If they are sincere when they publican Sefators from Pennsylvania.
A brought strong pressure on on teevee, ay they are for the welfare of the Little People So the press releamie was held up. Fox got on their telephone.
-ats tou r sohrn what sc -- P -scll-then rush home Jack Downey, kin of Morton Lefty Lush, assistant to Sen. James Duff, immediately OK'd Me-
: -Anash siouh Th r Princess Margaret and her Man-About-Town- Downey...Jatck is in-a prison In China. Not as Caffrey. But GeorS Bloom, who ie pocaldal
on .u, Lea It, for valving tavern life over the meeting Sn Pennsylvania, paper send (according to Buckingham Palace insiders)- a soy or soldier. He is a State Dept, employs., the other Pennsylvania Senator, Ed MartWn, did no ...
Ouhln cop, ayF ale ik mol w eretingsinPennsylvaniahupcago will hbe un-wed a year hence...P.S.: Don't bet His mother, Mary is very ill after a serious saer Pennylvanianatrorewe
,tered as e around vi To o l fl wXappraiser, bought some land he knew was about to be purchnued
read and approved of the suggestion to move Albrook to ahepshto drieon or Iaddesl p an ta. seqeling star's new feller XXXXXXX. Thanks to the CBS, NBC nd M lutual networks by the tatpe. t e t
tand hou ctit w ad b p eo this longshoremen's union. Iooney(sh'sbnot, o touse, eted wlo o We hv sr It, to, f nedo am owr tsl u min a rwe
MBgolreaderation at a Shirtsleeve conference, t U that item) finallyy o lXd chums why she married than both major nets". ..aWehope to land on g Job.,
to heo nehdos of t e y ir on donw e cont lleBi thr men both were spending too much money on the long- How about 8 p.m. Sunday nights...The Celgate tourney general of Pennsylvania whogave.McCaffrey eas ble
..o a y anxious to hae othe subject drop e wao wore in-the entie Prkane hone* o Hal .Mcke Jke's haunt- Com- e dyHouro ask pals monthss ema I of health. Finally, he got the bro-e a job. +
B o then problem that has1 been offered, and you are raid o emehre'ret Makantup daew tness estahied sely nentthe Mlarem ofWillbrn: th for news and then do The OC soft Shoe, etc. ClMOuE StOIJT I
waur teloish Dlas ,for the next ten years for a the biggest single section 8 1 a a Ph's aci wto filn Bet blers tehe men ond To. lOh, Ho espial, a ll that he was n preside ol Indstal
n al, we &thringi t oeamunty I nwee It had it own the harbor. They arel of an- may er "st name is o iomaine,' wh leh is Italian see any g trl of 2a come u anyid stand nex to background. 1 r
aa o Psrea and reacreatonl lessln s n the ods Pleaseov sequence to every mercht ant, 'butrp." (The Grapes of Ruth!) m e and look oear tell 'era O Girl, GeOr e Bloom e o widS Pennsylvanio politics aof well adlr
eer R idH ad recr t I hon e t he L r anywhere in th U. S., wc Ot.... O1e irl!)...X (Aerca, the vocalist, carries knows boss, Senator Mm? He knew that McCafTfe wg_
g- An Interested Mother chosen for the post he wou. scheduled witnesses) to testify about the Bulls group? What a show And what a bombshell to get the $11,00 commiuson namely, Lawrence Kane,
have split the ILA In half and and Bears-instead of inviting W. Winchell... about star witness Harvard Economics Professor brother or John Kane, Republican treasrer- of
movedrightout -- perhaps t- The Goat. albraith. Capehart produced an article writ- County, Pittsburgh, ef Martin's ,
eIng up with Independpnt l --- ten by Mr. Galbraith (in 1949) in which he spoke Kane just h-40e tpe McCaey's primary opponent In
shoremen's unions on the west Prcter & Gamble ex James McNamara will highly of the achievements of Communism and 1953. In that pr Setor Martin backed Eane. Senator
coast. take The Big Gamble 4 Aufire bet) with lovely sighed that it was getting dangerous in the U. & Duff backed McCaftf.
Janet Martin i Augas .Jas Grave KeUy mar- to speak well of Communism, etc., etc.... The So it was polmes, pure politics, not private enterprise that
Now that Tony Is a ie- rag plans on her mla?... She Just moved into front pages are so full of ex-Call-Gal Pat Ward dominates the fltt sale of government property agoording to
president, of the I be- a 5th Avenue ahack-- ''w ms. Too big for One -you'd think she was playing the Stock Market "free enteasrle" principles.
eomes 'the storm ent e Little Girl...Flbright His Probe "Wreck- instead of the Field. Note -,- Ed Mansure, who has done a ob rthe
terrIfic batte = .. -
S' terrific battle L --- --- -- -- *---'-- General Services Adminis tion, might have some
Get More For Old 0T nhe Longsheren m M A*= ., t. .h a
Furnishings With hood ..as a as aen to
They will then 1is .* w'o we ffac l.
a..tAdthem, of wato, *.twVW *Tho
Vosd b PIih resident, Tu,.. '
a's"ts to,. Vl"M-ha ve who.tou .....: .
i1i Resa l1-JAA4
i s '.! ...- 4 ,. ,
+ ,hambr I nnes '
writh s a thrilor tht
will home to anyoe whoW r
bd @F as and Iaeeurl,
tie. 2u ,I storyIs"Nbout Sv'ah U
a r oss andlolely, 0"1 to
the noce her unbbealthy Arsn.
recall her real oa
hed sabout her mother --a hbr
row. atier, Sarab likes t stare
daydreaming from the hi ll shool
study class window It is while
rnpt fr a hazy imaginary worlM
ahat her eyes record a shocking
murder on a hillside opposite tlhe
Because Sarah has told so many
tales before particularly one her.
rid slander against a wel-liked
man, her babbling efforts to call
attention to the murder earn her
caly Jgreater 'scorn. Then Sarah,
w th thie wisdom of the young, per-
c wut. he s o -got them. t BU-ey-'r parakeets and both out of one egg, Mrs. CapeUe hu been o
Mis Chamberlain wrs with ets for about a dozen years, and her birds have hatched more than 100 young onMe,
aniatie Intraita plissuraw st tmeone egg produced twins. She has 'about 130 parakeets e la-trtime they
economy of 14ords ad a delight.BParakeets are like rabbt1," she says "You never know how any you have untiL a
r' Im who i earr for the dialogue of the Here 0 old bds are shownwith parakeet egg. LUr N TO.
(P pTh a 0 Obr sass T aw w yEoRGEAnd bara c terror ecometwtheo a
SeP- p to an red down and the ps yho f gie
Ift ad't staid t0iij;idbt df a leafess catalpa ll A a c
,. t ,, so she's do something about it. t
S cf i 5 A sked ~here .canhardly have been a
ini n c~ae the Iwiar than ,Dt Pe aTO
G raMisson by. Madelainye Db.
SMadelalne Duke Is It a pen name
S ents n for the author and heroine of thi
S dents i storY, Ofa A struggle between the AI il
lied and Russian-secret services
S- o possesiton'of ,a-topr.. level Gert t
for -aid #t .t dents In the $4 annual tuition fee. Other man atomic scientist who weit in a
stri Oda- ad I ai present- contributions will under r it to hiding ate- l th war. een
dtoJuneraduates trani for teachers. The authors ritishsci
I tra .1toug o I a the d ctotr, wet are told. She got her- I
Un este T' AO.- This American-Korean Foun- elf a job with the Allied mission ja
U n i"o un ---logis -ndation appeal to endorsed by such in Austria in order to seek her
that the seniors make thelm rCS .ladip educators ha Dr. William iiother who disappeared during o
git a contrbutionto school .Carr,executive secretaryof the war after living for some yeasth
re lt"a in Kort. Letters d-al- the National Education Assoca-in m Germany. She found the broth-. el
S he program are now reach- ton, Dr. Paul E. EMlqker, ,e u- er and also found herself caught s
,.ep county super- tive secretary of the NationaleAs-"a web of conspiracy in which fi
"sc .l.. ri ...l a t" ..f.. i -e Gne b .am the ch"e ho"e or- find..
Saseir class preidn -,ts. rcia seda- l l German Prof. "Hans Hass- IN MEMORY OF EVA PERON- Above a the sculptor's model of the sarcophagus which will di
ry lthe N r." Her adventures build u to hold the remains of Eva Peron, the late First Lady of Argentina. It will be placed inside a
e p t s a d e xecutiveseona ouncetl of h e a dramatic climx when she ind 45foot-high monument in Buenos Aires. The memorial, scheduled for completion in .1958 at a:
ore s plighteisa deerattional- Council of Chihef'ta .. him in disguise on an Adriatic is- an estimated cost of $3,000,000, will be topped by a 200-foot statue of an Argentine workman. le
one, the foundation state.-. War School officers. .land.
cost the asnall reulbioc twice as Ali names in Top Secret Mission
m ess the United States The project isin line with the are fictitious. A letter from a Brit- p
lot in bpth World Was S and the a rsmof the foundation, a non* ish War Office official, which the w
Kranconflict combine d. gnt profit, non.politlcal organization publishers distribute, refuses to ,Tnn
of Ve. '10 hospital were des- crated -thro years ago to ro- give "Dr.. Duke" permission to use t
t ped and ore-than u500,000 vide.a meansfor the Amer real names ER A
homes .were demQolased. One out people .to give direct aid to the: I 'o fdL5 I MElIr
of. every three acAools wwe. Korean Ople. Headed by Ma). Peggy Mann's first novel, A -
razedl, 'today vocatlonaL tralnirg COan; C. W. Christenberry, U.SA. Room in Paris (Doubleday), Is the h
Is almost nonexistent, the (Ret.), the organation works in sto of Stanley Kagan, a bearded, eo ADVANTA6E OF OUR SE lATIONAL
pleat.toolms equipient gone. the fields of health. education, RYal young American tr(d
fo and uocal welfare. project "art "in Paris on the GI Bill
Ad"Mstance rom Ameries a gra- Ki orekare all designed to help _oMspends most of hlis time talk NW YQR e, MarchS24 (AUP) T S
due cl6eaw Ai te ala. help themselves. W inead of paintingDe p one officials to-
'day 'ilued an imptoyed__LIQUIDATION
:. .. .. .rebg Hld .Janet W elles blonde, pretty o a m t I eph o
from N~w York and works for slOn' prngraiois aid teiepnone
wt. '..on cori & ECA is a secretary.i conversation over long 4di-
(BeMahead They. meet in a'Left/Bank eafe tances.
with. their. Aaestlol. by ppyifl and fall In olov, e" esitata
udingly and almost fea The alounement from ell r A ZA A R "
C__ _thewelterof theirI-
I vidual confusion, doubts and suf Telephone Laboratories and the
C led b Pb9he,.ers' Weekly ferth the come to reale that Massachusetts-institute of Tech-
their love is real and worth the nology, said direct television o. N
r i CTeIdN saeices ea"h must make to our and multi-c t.. .el .-telephone
AlRoom, in Paris says nothing trd vision through space forwill er i
THE VIEW FROM POMPEY'S that is new,but it treatsthe etr- as much as,200 miles has been
nEA, Iamiton. Basso na a and delicate problems of love accomplished. e tely o
LOVEIS ETERNAL Irvingaction moves alongbriskly, Th method is a considerable March 31.
Sto"e dialogue rings true and the char.Marc 31
WAM OTON, Marh 24 ctrs real.improvementover the present
(UP)--..ep. Thoma o.-. ber- NO TIME FOR SERGEANTS netare rk..a
nthy ,-Mis) aid yesterday Mac Hyman John Sack is of the spcles of the united States which re-
re is ncern within the PRAY FOR A BRAVE HEART reporters who served in the army quires relay stations 'every. 30 All merchandise at less than
Elaetn Mer administration over j MkcInnes and found it an amusing subject
tl effectt of the -4epline In fr a book. His 'From Here To miles.*
i'ncoime oh Republican TRIAL.- Don M. Mankiewicl. Shimbasi (Harper) is a record -of t b Cthat
ch in the 195 election experiences m trainI camp, in It had been'thought that Factory Price.
KATHERINE Anya'Seton Korea, and a Japan. e many only ,"ine of aIght" transmis-
sidhteralf iN, ASTRThompson Gwionth ein a ontu state of war and .': DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY
t ht epura n withthe Army. The author quickly emp oyed by television a tle
eu the admit acknowledges what any G.I, would vision relays.
tion that unless the decline, Isl NON-FICTION certainlyy know that a person
reversed, "the farm belt cast namedB rmSack ought not to be in Years of researctat Bell Tele-
t.he w frittnm off b for Repub- the army. hone and MIT. laboratories
I/., l date MRS. A.., Richard Aldrich Although. h. e .works hard to keep up the theory, proved
d serious thoughts out of this ac- recently, that use of more intro0uc
. .TUMULTTwer esneo t -Grtuiur ANDT Te m rvelusack was a nrpro r Starsb& i
and Tce S ripes in Korea. He is at his best .he .noolinelte.4. emphagtz. Now easier ... surer ... personal hygiene
ABRAItAM LINCOLN,- Carl when describing the troublesome ed that the aseeesfUl expert. Here is the perfect way to absolute cleanliness .
S.- ebrg -Chinese Communist prisoners of menta will probably result in
t, in > f all Whe My RAg WORLDS Per ar a-field artillery outpost, the a supplement to, rather than without the inconvenience of old stylemethods. Sa-
Ieo, t nvaelnilit S, Buck .athropic public lnformati, a replacement o lnof-sigh naspray is scientifically enginereed for convenience
officer. relay systems presently in use, and safety. A valuable and attractive addition to your
i"' '- L bathroom. All the advantages of an expensive bidet
at a fraction of the cost. a
The Sanaspray is Instal-
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,., adjustment of a clamp
between the hinge bolts
of your toilet bowl. When
in the off position, it
1" cannot be detected.
S.tay out of the way,
Though Sana pra """y is a
S- To use Sanaspray re-
y.a k -- --- A lover. This puts the wa.
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captains friend wrvk Aies t' famous hoghou part of the bowl. The sprayer discharges. a water
he ras. Y i ou f a.ght tlugh toI*.uns, oro Dl.s(' stream tha t .Is controllable both as to direction and
b U .^ Pi IO l tp f *wtrom)" PSnamIW pressure by manipulation of the valve and lever.
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er diamond trik.
f MThe contract is thud
with a club, two dl
.Ao, the all-importat spad,
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Written lor NEA Service
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Pass Pass Pass
Opening lead-*A CANAL Z
Today's hand was very skillfully
'layeu by ueclarer, bui ne got hbs EM PLOYEVSM-.
pportunity only because the de-
rse na maue a rather natural Duty
lip. Put yourself in West's place With lU ty-"F
nnd see whether you could make
lhe same mistake. Prvi s *
nd then wondered what to do P,
ext. bee if you can find the one '-i
ard that will lead to the defeat of
,ne actual West player led the
ueen ol spades, hoping to get a
pade trick before declare could
it up his diamonds. Soutn won in
is own hand with the ace of
pades, drew trumps with the ace 6
ra queen, and leh tho six of dia- N
nonas with the intention of duck.
mg it around to East.
As it happened, West had to play
he singleton queen of diamonds,
nd ueclarer had to put up dum-
ny's ace at once. He returned a
>w diamond Irom the dummy, "We've just receLVu,
rnd East unhappily won with the he New 1955 Catao.
East didn't want to take his king
f diamonds and shut up shop for V l
he day, but there wasn't much W alk O v
Ise for him to do. If he led
pades, dummy would get a free *'-
nesse With the king-ten; and f he S H OEII
cd clubs, South would discard a
diamond and make an overtrick. S
Now go back to the second trick
nd see what happens if West YOu can obtain themllt
ads his low spade instead of the o c te. A
ueen. Dummy plays low, East our club system. Ask t
uts up the eight, and South wins information.
ith the ace of spades. Declarer
ow draws trumps and begins
eP diamonds, as before. United States Prices
When East wins the second plus freight
found of diamonds with the jack, ,,
nwever, It is perfectly safe for a InnuMerable variety, 4
im to return a spade. West's .
styles, color s .- .
materials ,., .>j
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U:ted States Widely Ravaged
SBy Vicious Blizzards, Floods
CIICAGO, March 24 (UP) windstorms in the Midwest and
A new blizzard howled Into the Ohio Valley swirled off into
northern plains yesterday ns the Canada after a'final lash at Lake
nation counted the dead and Erie in the vicinity of Buffalo,
damages in a rash ol spring N.Y.
tonss and floods.
At least 44 persons were dead
in 17 states and damages in the Mar a
barrage of blizzards, tornadoes,
Swindstorms and floods were ex-
Sec ed to total many millions of Of Goodwill Tour
I the South, floodwaters drove f US, anada
4 persons from their homes
In ississlppl. Alabama, Tennes- ROME, March 24 (UP) -
mee and Louisiana. Italy's anti-Communist Premier
new blizzard swept out of Mario Scelba left today by plane
a Montana into North Da- for a goodwill visit to the UnltJ
kt, where snow and 40-mile- ed States and Canada that had
an -our winds cut visibility to urgent economic overtones.
an eighth of a mile and choked The premier, accompanied by
hiriways with big drifts. Foreign Minister Gaetano Mar-
temperature dived to zero tino and their aides, left Rome's
in North Dakota, schools were international airport at 8:301
closed and telephone lines torn a. m. aboard a special Italian
down. airlines plane.
The storm sent raging winds, Scelba was seen off by vi
but little snow into Soutlh Dako- tually the entire cabinet.
ta, and there was some blowing "I am happy to visit two
4ow in Iowa. South Dakota, Io- great nations allied and united
ba, Nebraska and Kansas traced with us in the defense of liberty
for a bitter cold wave last night, and social progress," Scelba told
In Mississipp! the worst flood newsmen before boarding the
crest in 50 years on the Tombig- plane.
bee River swamped bottomlands The announced purpose of
and drove residents to their their North American visit was
rooftops, where boats directed by to strengthen the links in inter-
planes and helicopters evacuated national policy which has found
them. the United States and Canada
linked to Europe through NATO.
Two farmers had to chop holes No economic experts accom-
in their roofs after water trap- panied Scelba but government
p their families in the attic. sources said Italy ha hopes for
An estimated 800 families need- continued afd and investment
Sd evacuation at Aberdeen. Amo- for Finance Minister Ezlo Vano-
ry and Columbus. Miss., and the ni's ten-year plan to abolish un-
Tombigbee was climbing towardempoyment.
The business district of Aber- employment.
business district o Abe- This was the first trans-At.
Some families refused to aban- an tic pilgrimap Qfian Italian
don their homes to the flbod wa- Premier since the late Alcidg
terms but Maj. Gen. Willam P. de asperl visitd the United
Wilson commander of the Mis- States in 1947' And 1951. It wpa
Alsiappi National Guard, ordered made at the..asepres ivitatigu
them evacuated anyway. of the U. S. and Canadian gov-
The National Guard and the ernments.
Red Cross set up relief stations Bcelba yesterday beat down
at Aberdeen, Amory and Colum- a recurrence of crisis in h4s
bus, hardest hit by the Tombig- four-party coalition government
bge. The river ,is the main stem with a 67-vote majority against
Of the biggest waterway system a Soclallst-Communist attempt
to the gulf east of the Mississip- to block his visit.
p1 River. A Socialist resolution demand-
Jed assurances that Sceba, in.
Prolonger torrential rains had his Washington talks, would
0ent southern rivers and creeks take on d o -tal*.
am the rise. lan Ameril n .,
Tuesday's big blizzards and Italy's new oUn-'M r,.
A.. dmrn na.d aa9. y .
"The dolls nowadays are just as much work as
"SPIDER" AT WORK-This huge meteor-tracking radar device
Is weaving a radio net across the skies of Stanford, Calif., picking
up information useful for radio communications, weather fore-
casting and studies of solar systems. Nicknamed the "Spider,"
It is operated by Dr. Von R. Eshleman, foreground Stanford
MAYBE THEY CAN'T READ-The sgan' left W ayWi "DONW T WAIT W LINE. GET YOUR 1955 LICENSE PLATES NOW." I
But on the last day, them was this line o last-minute llligaggers. Stretch around the coer, it's twice as long as appears in the
photo. It ws snapped in front of the St. Joseph. Mich., auto ieense bureau, but it probably cold have been duplicated In any city
in the country.
THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE
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Y0*. WV 'WA %M &
CLYLL HAM3I OR'
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For Coadra GOutaen.
IA farewell dinner in homerOf
Nicaraguan Ambastador to Pua-
amb and ifa. -Adfmra C0adr.A
outterres -was given byi11. a
Mrs. Federico Humbert 1n tb
Iresence n 21 Caago ,
Tugpday l ti. ,"..
Vaisea Uuttme Snemcee
Mirth Of Son
Professor and Mrs. Carloes But-
lgr announce with pride the
I rj or a son at thClinic Sa'
Iirwandp last week. The boy will
be called an Ebetto.
T. Glee Damaos Satadayr
I The Washn*tmotUlkl Club
v-ill held an infonnl danse eat-
urday, Match N at Brazos Bre k
Golf Cub. The dancing g will be.
IfYom S:90 to 12:3 with the Roy-
a& Sultans furnishing the music.
cUBSqNwhESS WITH PLEASURE, Mr. Peter Gee
R "uabaM whMe Te reads his &coresPmdence t the
o. Yr. ra4e,4 rna rte from1 aeftU
U Tm Iosr th A & ass was to look teto stm ue
new business opportunities on both coasts of the Isthmus.
I llla J_ piend tsel Ifor a reception in oeor., of
His tui ei, PresMlenof the Bepu W at PaawM a adse
1r ip. Ampbinadera to namsa and C.-
S ,-_ h 1.9e at y .. a. the
In aSp VIta -a Marsh th
i obeiwJa o e occasten of the vital
f 7ain hip, "'uan 6Wbst1aa Zeano."
bons. Captain AlAndersen
rt Ad'if. ftnmleren Chief Ofiioer 3. Burnbaums, close
l'Ofieon friends of the Gundersens, were
arod M~a. phristian guests at the dinner. Mr. and
O e gave an pronmtu Mrs. Edwin Andwesaea of New
dlner-it evening. The ocea-eCity, New York, house gets of
tion was the trrvllk in ietWbal e 3m-ndenns, and .a few
oc tthe ,TV .S ea. Henry GWb- friends made up the party.
The winners of the Duplicate
Bridge gaies played each week
at te TIvoltl Guest House were
first, Mrs. W. Polla with Mrs.
M. McMurray, second, Mr. and
Mrs. E. Kohn, third, Dolattch
with Mr. Robbi, naourth, mr. W.
D. Free with Mrs. D. S. Shine,
fifth, Mr. and Mrs W. Kennedy.
(For more owetey new please.
t rrn, to page 7)
(A Lenten featme of the
Fanama Ameites prepared
by the e'v. M. A. Cook tn.
Eplusepal Churb of Our Sa-
viour. New Orstobal).
FAITH VS. FOLLY
Read St. Mark M6:14-18. "He
llat belleveth and In baiaed
hall be saved......"
Yesterday we discovered how
vitally important right beliefs
are for they detennine Our ac-
tSons. As we look to the future
we are more conscious than ever
that a rJght belief must w te
pngbeard to action. Here is
an station of what religion
mman by falth:
' .'r : UL M WAP
n-in Ifr urn
td, Via t Welt S
ears to be pp mood as she leaves church services in
am ta her first outing since a recent attack
height of seven sa.lx-tenthsiiustain him through the upper
miles; fr a period 23minutes regions where thp air is thin.
he wvp in the air; temperatures Beyond that no one could pre-
were as low as 50 degrees below diet with certinty what would
pero. He made a sae landing, befall him. It was for him to
with only a satch ona his frozen leap. His faith was confidence in
hand. His cUylider at oxygen the known factors on the basis
worled.. of which he was willing to risk
He d$d not juftlp without a his life.
parachute or without his supply
ot roysen anfr ust the Lord to! The Christian religion sets
jilve bhtn a safe landing. That down a set of fitdamental prin-
would not have been faith; that ciples which have been proved
would have been ofly. He knew by centuries of experience. They
the principles upon Which he are the known facts from which
worked, apid ho had confidence a man is able to spring into ac-
in them. He trulwA his para- tion. A right belief in God will
dhute and had no.s ar that his determine how a man behaves;
cylinder of oxygen would not he will make the leap.
~ .' ,'',
. its promise!
Only Cro- .P4 sakes
you look o pretty so
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NEA Food and Markets Editor
Mrs. George Miller of Mans-
. Odd. hM d U i abe bakes ev-
day.. %ie to," she said. -"I
wariod a rman i am the South." .
Another *day baker we talked .ME
With it the Pflobury 6th Gradd -
National BaewOff in New York, c
was Mrs. J C. Bivia oat Cleve-
land, OM he lias four' sons, a
husband a mother and grandfa-'
ther to Seed very day. "So I bake
every day. Most economical way
to feed eigt big eaters."
Shie ded she ikes to use gar-
lic with her meats. "We really
enjoy food that tastes interesting.
Aways looking for now' and M-
Mrs. Floyd Buetinor of Elm-
herst, Ill., told us 'she never uses
garlic or spce w-famey recipes,
but does bake every' day. "My
husband and I were both raised I
',i -- --I 'C A,,,il] -e' ner ial
family food best. Our five-year.
r 1, LA W.fv ai t. aniihwng eise, '.
she added, not jaauizing, we
thought. that the lr't "family
food' means different things to
different families. I
For example, this meat-loaf rec- -
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FOR SALE:-Frigidaire refrigera- FOR SALE:-1953 Chevrolet 210 JOIN THE TREND towards mod-
tor, 9-cu. ft,, 25-cVcle. excellent 4-door sedan, 2-tone gieen, good ern window covering, using match
condition: also radio, fan, '4 condition. Call Balboa 2-3186 stick bamboo draperies and cur-
motor. Phone-Cristobal 3-2412. ofter 4 p.m. tains. Custom-made in all sizes
and any color for immediate de-
FOR SALE:-Frigidoare refrigera- FOR SALE: Leaving Isthmus, a,'ery. Venetian blinds, recondi-
tor, 25-cycte, 8 cubic feet. $45, 1955 Plymouth Belvedere Power- toning services. Free estimate.
Locona 711-B,.Phone 3283 flite. many accessories Call W. Call 2-3063 or 3-4904. Distri-
H. Goebertus, Dutch Line 3-1218, buried by Productos de Madera,
FOR SALE -At bargain prices: alter 6 pm. 3-2192. S A.. 98 Central Ave. between
Wardrobe. dining table. both ,n Kodak Building and Fifth Aye-
very good condition; bed, cam- FOR SALE:-1953 Bel-Air hard nue Store.
plete; dresser; 3 chairs. Inquire top convertible, radio, white side-
for RITA. Calle Estudiante No. wall tires, excellent condition. FOR SALE:-4 Electric Mules
17-54, upstairs, Call 2-3284 Balboa. IYale) with station for charging
batteries. Bargain price. See nt
FOR SALE:-Refrigerator West- FOR SALE: 1948 Chevrolet Muelle sngl6s. Phones2-0550t
inphouEa, 25-cycle. in good con- Convertible; 1951 Kaiser 2-door 2-0551.
dition, 8 cu ft. Call Balboa 2942 sedan Both verse good condition. __
between 4 p m. and 6 p m. Call Balboa 2867 daytime FOR SALE-- 3 a.r-conditioners,
-4-ton Sylvania unit, in perfect
.FOR SALE:-G.E. ;12-cu. ft..re- FOR SALE:-1952 Pontiac For- codion. Good for office or bed-
frigeralor, 60 cycle, 90 pound dor, radio, excellent condition. oom. Call Panama 3-0226 be-
freezer with separate door $375; Phone Balboa 1317. oo, 2-
O'Keefe & Merrit table t6p gas teen 9.a.m.-12 noon, 2-5 p.m.
range, fully automatic with grill FOR SALE:-1949 V-8 2-door 0OR SALE:-G.M. 6-71 Otesel
'$185; new Speed Queen electric Ford and 1950 4-door Styline De Marine engine. Call Balboa 2867
irnner 60-c.urcle $80- new eiht- Luxe Chevrolet. Call Balboa 2- ... ..
A't4iION G.I.I Just built
mo Im.'fumished apartments, I,
.2 ".dkoomas, hot, cold water. Tel.
IO-ENT:-Furnished and un-
fWprnll 2 and 4-room modern
pq1rtetj. Contact Alhambra
ApgYAtents. 10th Street, Phone
FOSTER'S COTTAGES, nd mile
past Santo Clar. Low rat..--
Phone Balboa 1866.
WILLIAMS' Santa Clare Beach
2-bedroom. Phone Balboa 3050.
I I I
SFOR RENT: Cool 2-bedroom
portrment, living dining room,
clhapned. $60. 56 Belisario Por-
ro, Key apartment 3. Informo-
StiorfPhbne 2-2316 or 3-0234.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment, one bedroom. Living roohn,
dining room, porch. Phone 3-
FOR RENT:- Modern one-bed-.
room, parlor, dining room apart-
ment in house No. 45, Avenido
Jose Francisco de la Osso. Rent'
$60.-De Castro, # 24, Ave.'"B."
Phillips. Oceanside cottages,..
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Ponamo 3-1877. Cristo-
Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modem conveniences.
moderate rates. Phone Gamboo
Blldwin's apartments for rent at
Santa Clara. Phone Balboa 3681
SHRAPNEL'S furnished houses.
on beach at Santa Clara. Tele-'
phone THOMPSON, Bolboa 1772.
Pruner, ........... ....wo.uing hours.
piece living room set, sofa makes 1874 after 5 p.m. FOR RENT:-Ideal living, bed- -
S into double bd.-positionre- FOR SALE:-Kodak, case, filter. room, kitchen-dinette. Colle Dor- WANTED TO UY-Smooth F rmer C
SAi nt clunq chair, makes into single FOR SALE:-1q1 Chevrolet 4. Cost $75 Priced very low. House ien No. 8 Inext street from 4th tires suitable for reconstructing. *iU. LeTou ea
Ibed cho250 Gmes into sc leaner, door. Power Glide, duty paid. 1532B, Gaon. Phone 2-1669 JulyAve.. E NS TRUCTORA NACIO- H C Will
$250: G E vacuum cleaner, o.o.seatcoverexcellentcon- I53-B.alboa P 2willp
dir An.. ni E1 ORILLAC new $65- ?7-,nch Mognovo tel- nst e cellent co Balboa. rRET7-Fr NAL, Ave. Peru No. 7. Phone r se Will
ch. A ,.OILL ,ne$ov l ditiOn. Mut sell before April 3 FOR RENT: Furnished aport- 2-0400;. Will SpViit HeS So
Chiropractic adds life to ers. Firt Street, Coco ol. Phone _hone -256. ent, bedroom, living room, -St ere oon
rd years to life." 88- 1 FOR SALE-194 AustnHea FOR SALE--Four used tires 4chen and bath Convenently FT A
5 Peru Aene Tel. -1 red snorts car ,Le ne conton ly. 660x16. Reasonable. Call 0t.ed for Coana Zonem employes. O arry Caee, aformern
i tfln Lu Theatre. FOR LE -oaqny living r Can b e Aton. Balboo 4393, after 4.30 p.m. Phone Panama 25003 after 7 RORs Well known manufacturer and employee who -worked with th
srcab room t, thre ec' Almot0 Phone 86-3195 lay preacher, R. 0. LeTodrneau Canal organization between 1914
new 6406-A Los. R os, C Z. FdR SALE:-60-cycle converter, FOR RENT: Large furnished will be the guest lecturer at serv- and 1916, was expected to arrive
"Insure In hone 228. FOR SALE--1951 Buick Soecial 750-.att, I10-120 olt copaci- FOR RENT -Unfurnished apart- room. moderate rent, ideal loca- lces to be conducted nt Fort on the Isthmus this week for 'a
P0ritinuffned"De Luxe 4-door !edon. This car ty. Phone 5-465.. meant: Two bedrooms, two baths, tion, 31-352 Fourth July Ave- Kobbe and Fort Clayton on Sun- short vit in Panama. He will
Sure Insurance" I Position Offered i excellent ondtion Oranol maid's room sittng-dinig room nue ustairs day March 27. LeTourneau, on a be accompanie by his wif
-en' ,- onrE W-20-000 mO e.. Hoouse JUST UNPACKEDabeautfulas- porch, garage. $100. At Bella South American trip, will be the Presenty a member of.. tb
AGENCIAS JIM RIDGE 3206 Empire Street, Balboa. "sortment of "Catalina" bathing Vista, N. Obarroro Street No. 23.vguest OfrLt. en.oWlliam K. Hr- Boardof Directors of the M-
th e a o.5 .manMustbeAutomoleve, SeaBeautiful FOR SALE styles in Cotton See De Cstro. Ave. "B" 9-42. und rash ris
S1- t:c1...,O 1.3.J -5s:o in ap!orarance Wifife 'Wo'x 5035 RLEaNA. No 10 Central Ave Phone 2-1616. Panama. Caribbean Command during his p ae o on a e
Saturday 9:00 to :00 Crobal Send photo th letter ANA No 0 Cenral Ave. brief visit. played on deign of Panama C
S6 "rTb'a t MOlorVclesM Music For Your Voction Vist FOR RENT: Furnished opar.t- Two The world famous lecturer, nal terminal facilltie.
-*l *Il LA POSTAL," 13-142 Central ment. two bedrooms. very cool. alaxes who has turned over millions of
anal Zene- al Polydlnic .Spani ith somex kkeepi FOR SALE Two B SA. Star Ave. where an unbelievable pre- elevator. Bella Vista. No less than dollars from his manufacturing e wars emp1oye on Co1'
Dra"o be oior acs.iri expert Sub n nood cndit on new tres. invenory sale on records is tak- six Month 00. Phone 3-1648. plants to teach, promulgate ad o
Dr. C. E. Fibrega D.D.S. oppli tio ,sta, r1B0Enterponeri6 Place orin plae. t2 for, r $mnfor g0t, 0e h from a 1915 andt 1.i .
enre-rde worka braive and give ddom FOR RENT:- Modern furnished Christ throughout the world, will .
ena Practe.phone num eo.ddr. cents. Come in nowss "A FOR RENT: Modern furnished LONDON, March 24 (UP) be accompanied by the resl- scheduled for 10:45 a.m. in .f
Genrvo t PratJlye. ph.ione numu T..'m Addm "A two-droam apartment $130. s
,ol (4h of July) Ave. No. TI BAMA CQRPORATTON" ce 'A-a *s *" Apartment A 2, Hse No. 7s A clentific dis jockey spu"L dent of Wheaton College, Illinois, a t chapel while the ort Cl-
tpos .te A.n .ea hoolPlamound) partado i4194, Pao raim ..fP 35th Street." rfurthIirtIWorma- Pho of sound" made by thr e Ort Koo ervie n service w be t 0 t.
Telephone 2*.-Pm Phone 3-4 p tionphoneQuilano m2-2718. y t The Fort Kobbe service isday evening. -
IWai Into Yalta Argument .oftoaa D V ,Ip i ,0F MEcT i t
ae Gen Douglas MacArthur said ta m-interpretations which t Washington the I si i speed of light.-18,000 miles
SFOR RENT roo yesterday the "imminent" cl- have been advanced through er- of apan and the final defeat per second
catoY sere ,e of Ja n in World War II ror," the statement said. of the Niponese would coat The professor, a radio as.-
NEED TO RELAX? btndtan at er was clear apparent" several MacArthur said he did not perhaps c million casualtie,'b tronomer said the record he
en e xined month before the West made have "the slightest connection" edar dry closet. played to the Royal Socety of
ts eMo T h eoCe1n at the Yalta Confer- with the Yalta Conference, either These reports were cited by Art ie ustrates bya sound w re-
Sr Sin aJ St r Fr t. for ence to persuade the Russians directly or Indirectly backers of Presidet Franklin D. battle of the stars whichnd
lTheS io-P iairl neyShnisse" by centuries of travelrs"..ich
e. 3-0, Een from Ity Yo. People ente YORK, March 24 (UP) "My views on the advisabi- Roosevelt as sufficient and good orthodox telscopes could nothe
Swcelebrate i p50th t MacArthn. r, ousted in 1952 as Ilty of Soviet Russia entering reason to make concessions to have een. He said the sound
teSunday, beginning bacto:fmmnerdy of Ained t rcs i have warn atdtatvatedateg were RufJapan and the final defeat ter second.
I 1 Panama Massage Salo the shall where fa well balanced- t f Alle f e r t d"at e ds undoubtedly is wh at is left of
orm we formathee mla lives would havfe ben WorldWard "Neither I ment saidmebe of "The imminent collapse df Ja- cost The professor, a radio as- '.
eatur ov if Rusa had been brought ien- my command was present at pan was clearly apparent sever- h tronomersaid the record hen cynu
TRANSPO.RTIS AXTERl SA. Four different Sunday schools to the war t after the at- the Yalta conference and I month before Yalta when we b t e llustates by sound the
MPeaers Shi.on at Mve, wilr February ith P ma City in tack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. personally did not even know it seized the Philippines," MacArA 1 te milky wy o ed- e
Phones 2-245 1 2-2562 the program. Quest speaker will 7, 1941. was being held, thur said. 100suffiient nd d orthodox telescopes cago.uldf not t.. hon e c w
S R m I- be Robert Beecher, teacher from He said he told the serin 1952 etas lit y Had my views been requested on to make c-ce-ions to
LPANAMARIDIN SCHOOL the Ia Boca school. of war that two days after the in reference to Yalta would "All of my dispatches' and re- Guiz* Derfe n
PRiNAM A RJmiNG claHOOldilv The programs will be presided Japanese sneak attack but re- most emphatically have recom- ports clearly enunciated this 0hufZGOO LeT~ nSO
iio 5b .J -pione 3-0279 |sover b ,at. Edward Hodgson, celved no reply. mended against bringing the So- viewpoint. For Instance as early (Continued from IPag 1
r y. section and a pr ces. t 7 .m. he It was too late however, for cesInthe vie t Into thacific war at thweret as Sept. 21, 1944, I stated that ned o Pate I) .' '"
Paama Mssage 111011 the hall where a well b ed- the time of the Yalta Conference concessions orsuch a purpose decisive pear t, t, d millions of nnd t Japan He stated he had ted," he said. he tremendous noise made
program will form thn February, 1945, onl seven wou have eeed to me aber had 'neither the collapse aton nor ness n the Remn adinstra- .
RAN R AXT S.. Four f months before Japan's final de- tastc." the foresghted al to ont ton other than the construction The above pture how Mr. ManuenceandIal Espnmonths, e
SM In Ph sein we saPd e a war against Japan epded nue total war' and t *'feat firm. IMPA, S. A. Exclusive Diatrlbters for Sherlg i o.
Pe .ri.En. d Moin w P han a fy tack on Pearl Harbor on Det. personally did not even know it seized the Phalippines," MacAr e
l general, nowchairman of about. a. ea year st speaker will er MacArtur now st194re h in th.1." Marque, who took the floor at Bloomfeld New Jerey,takng delivery o the
the board of Remington Rand, said he saw vicry in sight. MacArthur said th viet 6:05 p.m. began by emphasizing of METICORTEN the new exclusive dr develop
La r I Boca views as a result ofha the publicawo d- after October, 1944to had pre- war aalnst apan right after ro and Guiado met at the For- e S. Nel A. Morrison Airport Tffle Ser
2brfi dsueda orlstthementf Hi ac tyrsi aa contentionet r n f
PANAMA RIDIN SCHOOL The program will be presided Japaon of the Yalta papers lastsneak attac aged the imminent" collapse of Dec. 7, 1941 eign Mine-mostry building on Dec 20 P A. A. and delivering the merhaenunciandieted tisGuiza o De nse
Edward weed k. Japan and that discussions had and not Nov. e0 as the prosecu-- *.'*" '.
-02 section icHe said his statement was en-even been held n his headquar- At that ti,7 p.m. he It was too late howeverforthe v sad, the r- t Pacific waon claimed For corrot th as Sration 21,194 statedthat
w tirely unsolicited. terms about the possibility that mans had been halted on tIe Maraues made referencstille to Ampletedr to
WABHINGTON, March 241 He saw no juttlficaton for "I have no slightest desire to the war against Japan would end European Eastern Front and the farewell visit to prlat bu M- Th
(UP).--en. WUliam Fulbrl ht raising 'margin" requirements be involved in the debates now before the war in Europe. Russians' great counter-offensive nuelV Patilo who Rtthe n lath-
end -the main 'phase of is to 100 per cent while there Is going on mand am making this There have- been published wa well under way. mus Dec. 31
friendly stock market nve- easy credit in other parts of the nte pointed out that b Ml- Aostruct DOWNon
a t d witte ea e war'aa dm doesn't mkeapan eded uwn teste a f mn h te A bett i Eni.sh trofl
have been uncovered. ausbright said the committee -s herInth4Marquked: "Who an Itook th be floor at l oomf- I eld, Nw Jersey,.An
ssued a formal statement of-his MacArthur saidahreportwill meet behind closed doors ed that in s minutes Gui ade Cotn rtheneu
'dfe Arkansas Democrat saw early next week "to see where and Mire would deelde same- o raIne oterm
"no u t need" for leresult of the publica- we go from here." His Inquiry after October, 1944, had pres-war againstapan ri tf ro and Guzado me t at the oass rl- eme Is S. Nel A. Morriat l
on sai ison of the Yalta papers las president' aged the "imminent" collapse of Dec. 7, 1941. 'sign Mins ary building on Dec. 20, .A.A. and deiverin the mer
Sweek.Committee probably w grounds it might tend to weak- pan and that discussions had and not Nov. 20 concluded his u A
h brief hearings next m th en public confidence in the na- ment was n- even been held In his headquar- At that time, sa, the e- t ion claimed. For corroboration, a diage
rely unsolicitedter"tip and proxy lis about the possibility that ma had been halted on the Marquez made refereson. He al- 0C S l i
WASke the one for control of Mont- Sen. Homer E. Capehart (R "I have no -ghtet desire to the war against -apan would en European Eastern Front and the -Sarewell visit to uiado by M- ISoT ey Say a
go en..ry Wllam Fulbriht raisin "margin" requirements be Involvedn the debates now before the war in Europe. Russians' great counter-offnsiv e nuel V. Patifo wn te stho
The committenphase of his to 100 p- member, has d emanded there-is going on and am makn this There have-bn published was well unde ay. mus Dec. 31.
financier Bernard Baruch, call of Harvard economic s pro- twthen Mro and Gout thatdys a re- A D3
i ome kind words ith or the In- fessor John K. Galbrajth fdoesn' r t- suit so tnhe 1952 election cam- ti- Ionter. IOuA (bigl
that no g majorr u ba de mis" sense," he declared. batThdfsed saimirole d- tan %o- -
have been uncovered. Fubrbght eysai the committee aked: "Who unIt be gonee l- i---eY 2 'wb1 -, LL s
S.. will meet behind clos appeared doorsbe- nation and referred to the mriy 24isadodh rs iobw t
The Arkansas Democrat saw early next walseeo has demanded caee eMire aulde decide toa -i-t Tle
no rsent need" for I i d that columet Walter Winchell he e. t in was terribleas the dp t.- -il
1 d i t Seweh l Avery, board charm an thel serian iii he m (l I Sa..eOM
tlln.E onl h Benate,,ric- lonofPof Montgomery Ward Co.ein t andt?"w lsl
ho*d brief hearings nt moth en public c. Wolfonfidence In the na- u athe ion at 11:40 ps. m. after a ins mmm
on certain problems such as tinn'i economy. cekour hour speech, hammered a-utbroughtoute t
a deket ""is e" and proxy lir 'btou t Wayt at Mi ro'h confession.rHe al- 0"A t. k "
lhko the one for control of Mont- Sen. Romer E. Capehart (R- So made an alusion to the fact1 ildigN ,
Tim emtteea f I lnit wit-hmember,has demasnded the re- hard feelb had developedabe-is.18i I$ r -",
financier Bernard B-uh, call of Harvard economics pro- teen MimreandG uizado u a re-
ur werThe defeworthlnsesad hl Med di Ashe4 -
A nubaeythogou hsPok uebright said ns swlo o n .*tah')l --,h---it .
fo lire the committee. a *yralnmr ,
artalsoh altudemandedw hendelwiciga s edtop oint thaMt'
aW i, *d bthat cobinnist Walter Winchel]. t,
witofness. Wincheilu's stoeka col
at "- v hu' "=iW
Im, i bmM at P
FOR RENT:-Small chalet, one
bedroom, living- dining r oom
kitchen. Moderate rent. General
.Jos4 de San Martin Ave. No. 6.
FOR RENT:-3-bedroom chalet.
Setoma 301. Comfortable. Phone
FOR RENT:-2-bedroom cholet,
furnished or unfurnished.' Golf
Heights. Phone 3-2991.
FOR SALE:-Spacious house on
beach lot. Secluded, fenced, elec-
tric light plant. Can be seen any
time March 23 to April 3. HULL.
LA VENTA, one mile beyond
FOR SALES .
Boats & MotorS
FOR SALE: Boot, outboard
15'x64" NEW. To see, call t, C.
'Carter, Phone 241861 (coIl from
7 a.m. to 10:30 a.mU. Hoiwu
0437, Apt. B. A C, ;. 4.1W,
FOR SALE:-Boot, 14-ft. run-7 '
about, 25-afl j, .! B*mr.nftri'
nd trailer odolittoni Se
. Kobbe 84.31-.T.r ,
FOR SALE: "Yoly," eiw 1iV7
cabin cruiser, Itrmtllned,. .o ,
rine plywood outboard motor 23L'-S
hp. Johnson Seahorse .witi.-fue'."
tmnk. Can be seen at DiPblo
Dock,. Yacht Club, frnm B to-.
Wanted to Buy.
WANTED TO BUY:-- Metal?
desk. drawers on both sldes; hiso
small band sow. Call 2-1412 Aft- '
er 3 p.. '
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itiw Herman Brid
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1:0 X:57 4:84 I51 8:58 p.m.
VAN KEFLIN RUTWi ROMAN
HOWARO DUI .
ta:g-.:V TA, 9:09 P.m.
R L -AB I 1
"THIS IS MY LOVE"
LINDA DAR L. MCK JASON
*^ KS \
P. E '- R L.E .A 8 I
JON DEMUK JOAN BVAN8S
with Gina LAlbl ia Vitt.Io
Gassmman 3leenora e I raso
with Martine Carol
TRINClE OF THE .
, with1 LuAiar
a i *. I *-
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l You..r Co mapuly Station
u obbe are invited to attend andY ld a vmui t: Sion3)
idiu F e. dGrt.rbecqM tkembers of the club. elc H e -M
SWher s 10. N People Met
9f h. been C. A.R. Meting And
epo'l daughter The nlr meet of the Presents
toMr. Mal-'Amterican NevoTaDtion.m Ra r*..s. 4
On of Mr. aturday morning at Fort -
)5 W o. r MfOlen k at the home of Capt. and Toay Try Mr 2M
Th@ wedding will Mrs. Harry J. Mceinness. Jr.
"by Chapitin with Greg and Harry McGinn e:15--Freddy Mrsn how
V -t O tht eveafe as host F 3:15-Freddy Martin dhow
a n W:00 oI d oe3:30-Music For Thursday
SAlbroo k Al' Preceding the bu1ntess meet- r 4: 0-Feature Review
P4wellwil iave intht hosts arranged a swim- 4:30-What's Your FeavoriteP
MA athaor and only mo l party at the Fort Gulick (requests please phone
ML. Wilim 0. Mor- ool. Mrs. John W. Muller, sen- Nbefore 3:00)
llia Morris;orresidentof the society pre- 5:35---ewhat's Your F rit
w14 a. .. best an. C l'arles ded at the business meetl int. r:na" (cont'd)r
. Powell, Jr.. brother of the the absence of the Junior Pre-l t t '
drtle aind T-Sgt. Raymond J. dent, Philip Hadarits. 6:00--rench In The Air ,RDF
SWbe will ae us ushers. Mhre e to a 6:15-pBLUE RIBBON SPORTS
tpr aoss w be oloist The members voted to giv es
*W,'occasion with music by donation tothe ralvatioa Aay 1 RI05-LWUERInW BerONSdOe
8- a1. ph-p Dam, or ganst. school in olon for the prce s:v0-ayE KIg EW aln
h -i Pn Immed ite following of school s uplas sist them I0 : A ORGAN M
.the ce ly 'lbl be oeld at the in thir wor. Members l I bl i:- n eS h an
2 Elu .lbrok. \ o invi 1made their annual nation to q o t
tiolS have been issued for the the Nlon4 C.A.R. project, the7:1-e lloNiTghsA
adding with only friends of the Mountth do ools in North Cair- n:00-NEONS
couple and the family attend- olna Present at the meeting 8:00-NELSON EDDY S -
g .. with the hosts, Greg and Har ry H S AR
S' T' .L / jS c ne wel Auahe: Joan MuleBler, grams V.O.)
Andrea Lee Nash,hGrace Ardut
and Donald Humphrey. 8:3Take It From ere (BBC)
ft N qSe O O S U G BdPlion Mdnistphrey Adr No t "a and L y 6:00- ..You Asked For it (re- r
S Wives present were Mrs.John W. LORDBRPrime er o hern Irela, nd Lady ro roh in- quests- please phone
t e N e rs. M. L. Nash, MrsB eluded a visit t o Miraflore L cksIn their tour of tone week. Ac by before 7:30
The ort Kobbe NCO Wves'old Humphrey and Mrs. ., Governor and Mrs. 1. 8. Seybold, the visitors are shown in the control tower at Miraflores Locks. 10:30-Music From Hotel II Pa-
tb 4d their obbe NCO Wives Deal J. MoGiumr.r From left to ht are Edward Barlow, control house supervisor: Lady Brookeborough; Mrs. nama
ab ab e nitig. Following' S 8eybold ; MQ vid Smith, military assistant to the governor Lord Brookeborough; Russel C. 10:45--Time For Verse
toe s erdingo f-priz& to Mrs. Peruvian Ambassador- Melasner, control house operator; Miss Jill Whitfield, personal secretary to the Prime Minister 11:00-Symphony Hall
Jhae Gwardnr Mr Shi-rles to Mrs.At El Panpma I.. and Governor Seybold. 12:00-News-Sign Off
oe dardn Mrs. Cru, Mald-! B ehis ne Ike Favors A ng Yalta Of Papers.
peiB rand Mrs. ut6NtoL00-S mo lpgntoonnao- The Alarm
m I p". Aramburu have prev Ps- ioSfusly lived N. Clock Club (requests -
's SrW ,.ite t mto o aeamt" L tr in said tocdiy e "earney' i their istak .i Formosa No new plan or a l e-
ao documents stthe tYalta paper damage rep utatonf by uc l under consideration. Bt 0:00-JEIRA'ST UR NAL
Tickir so long as their dlscrosuiane is not' mean." proper solution will be gen (Cex and Odorono
sa CotErr.d'a hatet hd merely n attep o damageo He was asked later If h r nci :0i0-- o mhs eodn Arues
:ado*o na ndl -O reputhereDr.AWA.m manhthbelier- thetic attention." m2 10u:05-OffiTheRod(t
;o ThBtra ron Wh great feeling, the Presi- ed Roosevelt and Churchill Postal pay Any attempt to 11 : 00-New
rnu oH e d p areto vedn todyl ie lle coarn e "c o h b 1omgive postal workers a wage in- 11:05 Off The Record (cont'd)
T t ,e reemhiergehoe Pirthtueru 6U1t- onpou4creta rt l0 wt. eamage teI maon Strl- The Entertainers
i eda anlests mtoing h e to prost tro past mistakes tSo far as I know," the Prs ministration would give hiB m p.t
m t i, R of tie clubale Phiss. ipaetHadarito the ao y LBeelo.ti eans." pr oferoon e giuen-ato
taiNonw deaodf r-atepeora aeeoule i redlbe we n aedu we I I "the gravest concern.' 1 5-oTheed
1,r Ano aucFr a- nd Maiur.h 2R l--,oubltc d esp tion~ed, a .thants mo, Mr.gensorshi wHer's oppornm ed no 12-ennhheme lodtei.
-. aLhs o-)thought he was censorship generally. But he did 230--wet And ot
io upseof' ..h.Wt 8.ra al fee .lieng,S th emist e velta rid Churchill nostalpay -Anyh atle pcorn- 1:00-News
.e, '.aAia-n hC'ned wi d Av :5gh : 3 8:30-MusicFe Fer neriyne
re noetinnt asenIowen oury ltdr en, tao .fr prasho i n mnrots on other Ps tOfie Dptsrta.1:35-MW atsi Ou Faohrted
a seeaudesm todey bngoe "eeameby o bc m t e r rl I r men n m ld :Tota.t'.oNr
C N *~Lv .soe~a"n"s onerbM.tRyen c ass dev taed an6 :0o0lQuetouo y suhis uuesntodter R desion n ytawpm i-oolOer nc (T DR)N
a'f og atirs, woit t h Pres- 6:a1 mot vUme, s." pperI rreld"Ihv n e0 D"tn SPoTlsotionc ern.,
hissoteo andefair oee -pn wronnNso2:05-MLin Omeuricans
notbereuseym aedpe o S"a e efH ouwaghth Aer Of has rshiearnerand yT 1 O h R d rest
sia-theadrs-of-s tatehoRlo:4"-SceesAndyh o
to pabout hSallimesprament pbii l eno:00-1Mamm ORAN Mo-
.....a h er p c- eputsationrges Dea." of the s1tna the- DIES M ie-ohei action ."6: 3 --use h norerd
Foe t t. ony.Iregnt delctonb t7her :0-OegNgt eSaAende
CH Id no ase hetobelgaio nedw going a e clk,"am fo3 theryawg i 0-filon YOfrenPi ornerts
10 ." -.Reands d owingtoatr. in:atTeyodnbetn.eReprt e USh
Thoe oresaidoent said he aebe-o:wrome -I.nn_.
l oeotve" t a erot sh aeould bve ae igAAG:30-Ne S how
right,"hWeiSCE d"R :35-NhasN DYoS P NT-And is,
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ne Inwrespconse o wad uestied to 1T":00--unstim MeaOfaltdes
Fncforeign ministerse methie n Pr4zrae-:1BL KaHUSE NPARTYo
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rfedeons idnKt u t .his cntould oea to ii-.heried mOiDn A 6:1E 340 :00-u AFa. ked FR
oInl randn headeios nostate ormiereteDna e-o:wt- en T a
rygysoftheRuin n-questsO-nplease phone b
e oeoni e ro oevid the Dco io let O fEo s.3:0 )ME:00--D GI Olfoew o:
The President Iade Ie stte- "RR : nbewr Theh USoy
nesatc "ndreeds"dno ted to .s. TE TONIc TI 1:00--uestyoyaIlltzes
foreinthre hodabeprs w it hen u Pre si-N :158--NL~N DDByeON PhowT
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news ontely brin gas to beIa" to :0-AuE"7 :45 LLNatu D 8 Y'S PENT -
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' 0 1 Y SCOUT BENEFIT SHOW! *
"8' .M. ONLY!
M ENIM ft d & %e' C-mps"
16 ...Dec. M4 ........ %m andes M
0 2o% 59% 75% o%
BOOMS NOT NEW-The current 16-month skyrocketing of
stock is one thing that led to the Senate Banking and j)
Currency Committee'. inve.tgatioa of the stock market. Keith
Funstqn, New York Stock Exchange president. declared .o .such
protracted booms are not unprecedented. Le. produced Is, ,
to illustrate his point As can bi seen, there was an -,aq .Xon"
rise from November, 1944, to May. 19404 in whi .to p.lr
increased 54 per cent. Stock prices tnereesed-mor.f than 10..
set in the 14-month boom starting April, 1543, endinggune, 120.
EXCITEMENT GALORE- .
AT THE WORLD'S PROFESSIONAL
HIGH DIVINE CHAMPIONSHIP!
8:30 p.m. sharp-in the patio
Comedy & Pway DlWVjq
* Bithing Suit F I"h
Show by -
;*.., /u rt-*' J~l ^^
Friday and Saturday
byDON OPKA eft),world's
chimplon, who wl also par-
tielpate in the cl mpionhip
S divIng from the upper -floors
of ET Panama Itself Into d
TOMORROW and SATURDAY 8:30 p.m. $2.- person
to be followed by a dance ,
with Clarence Martin's Orchestra ,
SUNDAY FINALS at 2 p.m. sharp $2.50 person
Children under 12 years; special price of 1I.- each
Tickets on sale at front desk
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An exquisite bouquet...
second to none!
Sip it ... avor it...
and yeoTl know why
coao unSu give this
Italian Swiss Colony
Sherry a pecial place
of honor on their tables. It is
uooth. and ilMow..
with just toch of olMen
de.bgtfl avr all its own.
This Sheny is ae of the famomu
say o Itltian Sws Ccany
wines... p tef beby
dip fi a cm lw.+m Mk
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Baltimore Manager To Grapefruit Aquatic Ss S flt hf '
--*-k At 8f. PA, "e :St.- Her Of P s. T's SllfgtAn rrm atI
h ^nhv TWashington 0 031 000- 4 7 3 -----' Bf B We been- pstpne. nW xt Sunay, Ao
By JOHN GRIFFIN New Yrk (A) 001 100 0ox-1o s0o paearS a of84Ser....
M" "-'"ott, Ross (8) and Kor-d ,on "harg" ,of
N W YORK. March-,24 (UP)-"Circus man" check, Oldie (4). Turley, Sain CaiJdo o.ns 2 si dent wose" oAg. o
Billy Coxh h~ walt er and Howard. WP Bainn. LP IGnXs CO, iio 2 (P) raed os A
Billy Coxwas fially named Ma the Balhtimore Ori. MLermt H C o linn -As.t1 I*-n OrId: a Id **^'r Genes fea
holes' regular second baseman today as manager Paul ales a Unitead Is win be presented adt wk. .
Rl~l~lir-~-thwri ffioR~. inhnfharslths nnt ftf *mrvn n1rAt Tuson, Arizona dT-ames' tty Sm .Agentad--------- -------- --,--
Ricar tries to boost ids club out o rf syenth place e Yor (N0 000 030-9 12 I i ,a "Argentina 'w b'r' '
with an air-tight defense. Cleveland 011 000 002-4 101 a t and L,0 n day7nms e lun) ita t 9 i
d .- t oHearn"t, L sddle 7) and oWestrum. i.McCort t A-
And itnow appears that Rich-1.Herb Score, highly-touted 22-Lemon, Murzewski (6), Aguirre .r' gale are gheaavy t to win .
yards. with his welter of winter game winner up from Indiana- (1 and Naragon. WP Hearn. tKhdw men's and wome 10*: ne- w- i --n '
deals,-ha built d a tm tnat polls, had his left knee lanced to ILP Lemon. THR Westrum. tr atora diving cw DICK DILLMAN WINS brilliant 39-1 to tk .
-despite othaersokilyneamesd withdraw fluid. The diagnole e Behole-f tid IN RETURNWTO LOCAL warding & S -M
wll have that 4 was .bursitis, caused by favoring At Tampa, Fla. kf.Ill,.t aew Noda INFLE CORMPETITION deggLOCAAL'
SI haven't r seen anything so a trained ankle. Milwaukee "B" 000 000 000-0 5 2 e of the .t
far that makes tpe believe t will t the DedgerW camp, roaol Cincl. "B" (N) 101 000 x-2 1 1 freestyle hraee Dick Dllman celebrated his re- o rt. ~~s oo off
be ay one anbut Cox at second southpaw rl Sponer, the Roland, Thompson <51 and 0t prelinar es andand to ared turn to the local hoo pure no 1p a gt*I
base d, usn apide Ricthards in strikeout sensati of the last Parks. Nuxhall, Valentine (8) to win that even today. a' i n b thr reloa h o Blp 1o wtIgm o ^ utEi
mrlaking Wt W ncment. He's week of last seasondtill wa K and Seminick. WP Nuxhall. to -wi t altev, Carl We y o fr af1r1 abta nd the resrt or theai o der l5
tel" has th field. naru elasa sore shoulder. But LP- Rolaned. Cr M els heoeM, Se aosoof swhoehavnetresendomt r toeo, dpin S
Cox d e ast, veteran ob- bi Don New Tombe iqa nok ih ... geotd to Nhtsiee him the moot atirs th ocal bieture hil ho B albm Dnn GlA IW
talne from the' Btooklyn.Dod wat .toi away from the rookie At Sarot, Fla. ioe.b w:, a 06oh Ia, the loc incate i mtrehw iehrh
hesew uke B 000 000 00w0a-0oei.o
ear tsf nd00,0000sFthekey an !n nteer fine performance St. Louis 002,B N 0120000-50 91 I the Di-ieterbamkntrokemachbrldSunda yre-otheF
ar c Wno so dazzled Yankee Newcombe, forme 20 99ne lock () ,SGchultz (9) and Rand. ofm r la is e t n 4 r frd n3
ba o ,but r te s and sothpw h '. be men ord on.ne 8 Roland, Bhopso WP rm.Inrmrlllbl anddo ll e nreesstyl a :1,t Iofav ed.ionesho fapoi bhe4,at
stseo; Ist guhy ms doba ply- hwurlr to o five inframes aed At Bradenton, Fla. .1 WSntd r an os ehe J1a0r ay and Boi BinMhar n both. 0t10e 1Yhr ti
e a mall. He ought has llnwed only one r n a Philadelphia 000 100 002-3 7 w0ad Beoth etesde Nf Arlentlnao started orr -enlle a gri mn. wnh. eein o ayt. "
In"circus with them catches total of 11 Innings M ilwaukee 000 I 000-1 2 1 W e l oe OfArgentInastarted tole..eaffui e a oe stir P e ..o ._
"el maoes." Arthund the o their camps, Di ckson, Owens (6e and Bur- rb lsed te roalfdnta s oed fthe w i ne 200c17,e- 8x 1i4n.th efa
chwesVeteran hurler Ned aorver nnC 0 01. as. W fir struds-ie reestolr lston h M many.. 1i8 Dws. 1
Richrs tsteamgCorlefs nstheDotTesbynIlWP Owens. LP Jay. MM- Jo G reene, senior, Pat Hattl ,or, Die Humes, s het was uhred in a 3 a b in the yards waans too much for theoe 10 0 r
with rttop llithe.'ok snd lowed only lone run andoive hi; HR_ l onero es. andhDlmi Eis, Junio. MI h M : Queen olbo Rdalet o Jadrsy M ert................ 00-1x e
bAm erian serag'e n flo bse natrf r run w ( nd Ws, Newomb ns. urrev h Cn opb lpay at the L s t ummit adatation. Sond year at be1a ve nl Mary l Ml Jean B oar f a oEfrphoert.......... ... 20so-x 189-t plcewi
ea lstlon thrt may obe t over Cinclnn ien, bu the Reds AL Tamp Flos a001 000-5 H 1 h choolt. W o bootbalrt cheerleaders smuad, Chevey r b M 396-25o. Bnghasm's 3rm we tOr. 1UC
bado In d e oter d a r- gooBfro HMasr ..1
Richa rds ws oelne. int blatprof ef te dnIInnen ort Pie Cincinnati 000 010 000-1 2 JO GEENE: 15th Naval District, e d or madorhe, C.Z. nd ye Mar man.......... .. 19r- x i r x 3- f
infield lels oeBndn Larry Jackso n allowed the Re. d arsvern Zuverlnk (). Bchultz at bo High. Pep quad, Zcm ih t Jr. Ban4uet Com the U lt I beo ret mord.e Two girls turned n terl 3
oxs-Yanee *rsene wt dl ng, oe x only one ht n ur a innings ( ) nd ilson. House F a mi t m a thr et pen a i )ne a ro llm and ir PM -1a.......... 197-6 x Io3-t x oo Ioz
eaaherd when Choars Waring, i6n the Cardinals' victory. but Ike a Gross C 4,Wils(7,vit.. PAT HAT.. -: L.ve.... In oanama o City, her ninth r o the U.. NVYon the 4W- harpshooter-Marks m a n aoasseradtae O
add- sx-Doder C raend A it De N did the ame- n or BeoA o ate t lne d Bailey. WP Gar- in Panama. I n tr r l tb al yll e, B all ofand soCn- tballmen A.arpshoe...... 183-11x 10-2x Sf- ae
ltrd base an T ona o telso t and now sven't been scored an ver. LP Baczewsl. alteio n a, honorary track cnapt- F sln a rt A l o mmittee, hans two s cends faster th e s r ............. 19Junior Rl l6
tuacd frstba rpea lyGstrayso 5o-4 l io cu 1 aningste Yankees wao r e ande ther c aciv mc sr aA seal op T he sond wht e fpavoered o n ha 1 h ye Sarpshn ........... 16- x 18 38-1
t are W n there r hitting, loped Mickey McDermott er n, rLo. fof s ahcpon spao eo AP Fot Mees Fla. CO P splo, lo. w.C
rAA N~t LIrT TL LEAG kms.thid year In the Canal Zone. Intramural baUketbnlled soft. 120k, Conn. M arksman......... 35 disulild .
ofieing w eight runs In one Inning to beat Chicago (A) 103 001 001- 11 0 bs S i N Cl b' d their ivities. A a Bi Ran............ 1 x -
Snshino 10-4, but Bob Tur- c lttsburgh 003 000 rd e11 1r ale e o s hor he line ~ato te fa Nhea t hSenay Master ........i.... 9- x Is rn
es orioles ra d sbi th in ley ags floppsd, a Rllo tni the Martin Donovan () and ol- Hl e apins i n t he t lo ter. ra e ra a nd bie leh -Mao............ 1- 1os6-X 9
ter Ameria Leagus e in f. eldic Senators four runs, flie hit. and lar. Donoso. Bowman (5), Kline 00 0 from Wandaoehe Wfar er oftingha m E ret. .......... e
C ostoeason; they may do a lot six walks in six innings Prestte(8d and heard. WP Kline. ar
better than th this year. s three-run pin home: LP -ilDonovan. HR Donov rn, rp B h A rst n cl cke ThM n wel treu eto ithe wt r e arhan ............ Th ill Lre 8n hr e l l8b_
While Richards was"solirn hs I n the ninth i inning fror Pitt rn- Marshall, Wa-di tuhndi s i vremand i eto the t ohle Or Mewarrs n ............r ad ah-
rInfheld problems the ses u l, a d pburnh handed the Chi rg Bo WhiteOAn iAhPUJudgeseea iutm toldarcideh N. xprl..r
-wee. presented with a ne ox's their eght straight l e h rwon the 400-meter sIyl e Baa lsn Marksman.......... 2188- no h9-
OLtINa cal OE reONtp e Pnromote Vim nBartinaleah Fasa upon a wdcehe or. ytoeay lwted S s nw r Marksman.........17 ol 38
ache s whnm o rsho p Miatn loutro ined anl P a nveho phtl hitoo.s KhR oneityle 0010s30004l h ad "Aimre 6 l5, r un io X e st :een n eo n the. o irte let-1ree ord ds ten- prone
suffered a fraes, tud l t l or n six nnangs aon s the iaodntsf, b eat Broee -ti t 0h0 12 r -1h 1 1 MARCH B 2 l7: ee nminaralsg eein ~Ir iles Beth Whsttall f eco an- bson, N. Sha rpshootema. ..... 1m6- x 5 I
Sp collision ate a Tu the Clevelaningd ,Indi an s- icorandy ony le Rere.ans Kl atth Sltne red tathi n Scon d eatr A t nsed ae arl l heat Thm e of 5:32-pn Roberts Expert ..........acoe o .r llloe he
la n rwZoge ootlnloflE r fb d h b thaLtMf UTllbr LEAGdUE rhti s t n t thoe atndw tte favored In taAteh apoa MiadFarpsho .ter .. 1p te.....aer .
an d bays 5-4an maossCubamana gy lereStan19iaas(8 andild.esshant. Nw combe.r W aere h e Sn rUo r--errsrepietyA ebwl em heeb
to am C ar dina ls.e r so a s e db y his u o Joe sm's e N xinra S da o(6 bee th f t wpn a h 108Ro nor Ct ya n led S a i m rt phy, t l e ve tc omorro w C in h m 0 M r s a. ..
(ee w e 1g s Ross one of th thes nerste Fm Lred en ooeie Dninnam ei 0 o 01 i -1e x ov s.Meic l Ap eavto dep tred Folrt s.wi l s ln thl3liie C.. apros art year uarish ripht nower In twoo n ,im. -Ma
d g whohadn hd downsery lo n t t l a lo.we ta ed n O hr. -e0ln a B a n Hh o luat d eFs f tr m et mve UIng dew lred pad n ofoh e roe do tsre te el ing .0t wMrs iem an.....'
Th se t tng he otso pth o lJy oMtht bn o o h r lanader.o.,epa d e l lw ersine m an othe s d n fint o-ih n e d a i es fimh e SCanse pa rkosann .ea T agr e at a e
ie-a 2atti Dr i the r L arin ar vt ohNut e kld gr e W H mtltns r e rit e t Le Alye in n tyhe R ayse. c the ainmplhao Newayom aeteon yarphras s et-Marks ma an ls se an d t e w e.
1tad 41 tod le s Aarm. x in the m ame o oshoul and B --- iley Wrr hn a bn P a lonaa trar al daketh oinfor a column A. etenftom toe anow w i tenc the Arg e Dialne steadef the an .st.. e...
Wek.lwn rewa -h rowYe r Mk-n oey M frmtt ou n t e Fo eld eers- icke Bup r p ar n dy be'8 enh r o n t oc and o thi. s w o la r siet yoer ARbtor 7W1e 'M s ;.
tsi e a n epht s eitn hiic a atonael hl B t de d l thebal ea eee t Ta e m, i with tweno A 001rs ey. ameyt ed o
also Com- n atob c feot r gin th e peas on a he nex0t. bthreemder Colhb ell m 7-29 viter Guar ach ere swand ing at 200tyards, tol Sund.. .a. M.rc 2 th, an 1
0 E B w1- ttr 01 plel.ewesn Clhheldweati secot atvie.'anithda.o.dodm da w estn Dil mad n R Ma s in e rar a
r A panke bh s eadl Tues ta tangn, aPrnanchodr ol- hshon toheeererd M4 thi on l bast em seo rige ove .th
tt he r io ee reng t ,na kslay waee fopped owith Rn Pa r er ot Dlon oT A e
P l i t gab y a a Co al e ph i dse M r ssuin o f .t e d t r e a r
lSeon;,w..e. ca l wto he arexawt Pnch'sem c" andb 3hca apentlefdrL (remWAI T b"lAN Ntoa Ii h eal'edD
etterT the r Ls Gat Plahe Fr ear: wrne tlora-re, leae ... LCndvn.R .Dondau.aPROEDr -
M ut"uaalr s t o n t h e o n gh t ofe 3 w a Wade t am n, Olt hle n p4run er es i m.d. raft was eli mi na ed w en S"
a ta d eDcln a t Nola wee ah rt W 0 0t wmith in M ft o rn dMpo fr, Kad anark anh
Whileoliech tr s2 w s asnoes cl M on a t. w.nn .. o r i _Ntihe arsh alle, Wa-d"e r the l r 1 .n sam hian tookok the a of...... 1Su- bxd yledl -se thefhI
*y oco Sol Br ve 4loot ted sn rdJdily robfore40, While E.il olatt piesn Jos A O pes 0 7ea ptd b bo l} uIIOre to
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m rmaawYa.t. mf th.k- ris, Yankee
emrnI tlrtupf madn i1t official Yeter.
ant Am.le te i es-a r of the stadium varmty
s iamCrow owbeliaged to the pMn lod ge. i gs M re-
statet, si any Negro had to do to make the Yanks was
k e Ahe was. oleag. e on and off the field. Howard can
V =lat lWt d d ohHig e also gives the team a pinch-hit
s t lt- aders, adding more depth to an already deep
nes as ig have "happened to We Santee when
-bats bva k tin the P an-Ameiean Sgame, lst
m et f to bee e thhe garrulous young man .
161 lP-lEtis i the loeal gasettes. Te% e
k" lM t and the dope is Ted Wnla im--
Valaftr an g IlaP tourists with equal venom
g Ib' A AandE. Another ; heagt T
weas .tWs F. eIL or Wh was the bet-.
gsm -nTe weoa thmes when both seemed to be audition-
0 a t w Vep Thi? It would hav been more appropriate
Uthe State Department had titled the report, bankss From
COACN ANb OUuTAr~ON calls Whitey Rouviere of his
Miami U. a4na the best right halfback in college football. If
handle the likes of Bobby Dykes, he's got no
btine= t ogling with middleweights, and since it is to be
ddrbted that hecan, stll-make the welterweight limit and be ,
aon tn.he Cban Hwk may have ad t.ta lae s Dykesh he was DIVING CLOWN A clown is important to every show, and the Professional High Champion-
msd 'l e testified to ndif the retraining. Like ua r Rays The ship, taking place in the patio of the Eptel El Panama on March 25,26 and 27, is no exception.
Kid kids hisi f that he's a diazing dancer, tad a golden for- Young JOhnny Edmun tonUw-n f the world's ore .acrobatic divers, will be here again.
tube awas him inl thhe entertainment fned. Now, ay Boldeor,- After the ular reception received n last r show when he lead the hilarious Aqua
he's different: sticks to dancing and doesn't try to muscle In on Clowns, his fans" willbe glad to learn that tecan look forward to some of his -comedy
fighters. And he probably can whip halt of the current bunch, diving again. This year's ivi will not take place at the pool, but in the patio. And John-
at that. n er ny will dive off a ten-ft. :oard set above the 6 ft. deep. 22 ft. wide tank of water. The
high divers, participating .t championship, will.dive off different levels of the hotel build-
After I the edort tareaughbreds afor the g own ing. This is expected to.q oe of the most thrilllg spectacles of the ear in Panama. Fri
ad Jafatcat, Walter Kelley, who still winces when remi ndd he day and Saturday's shows (arch 25 and 26) willtart at 8:30 p.m., entrance will be $2.00 per
eam d t hmeWa te r Keheu i otal Poutl t, called, "owen't let anye person, and a dance will follow the event both evenings. unday's show'will start at 2:30 p.m.
te t yhie uof Nashua," he Warned, '"he bgt iet rstllls Iea when the finals of the diving will be held. Adult ekets will be $2.50 but for children under
perience, but.he can make mistakes anld still win."- Kelley had twelve years, the price will drop to $1.00.
n md the 10.MN Florlds Derby at Gulfstream Saturday, last
-yerld test of consequence until the Wood. Eddle Arcaro will
be jn the irons. Arcare Isnt completely sold oh the Belair ce.
had more sense, he wouldn't be a horse. Cub's Andre Sil follows Road
"I wish he had more souse, oArcao complanws. Bosh! If Nashua hat enm te M Left
IT'S A MATTER of opinion whether the hockey league pres-
dent was trying to prove how brave or how foolish he was when
ihe deliberate challenged a Montreal audience after having sus-
ended the tel greatest star. The fans belted him with over*
oes, and he was lucky they first removed their feet. It' a tossthey d t let me tch enough.
U4 as to who covets the most ground these days; Secretary Dulles Andre never settles for any-
or Willie Ma. A group of international scientists is to meet S. PETERSBURG, Fla. (NEA) thing less than one final wor
here later in the year, attracted no doubt by the heavenly bodies -A recent look atJohn Edward about his pal, Rocky Marclano.
tOat adorn the beach. Ps and Ma Stribling (remember Young Andre whipping the ball into "Don't forget what I tell you."
Striblng the PrIze fighter?), who combine real estate with batters at the Cubs' Tempe, he says. there weren't many
rch ork ier, celebrated their 5th wedding anniversary no Ariz., camp comes out as, per- better hitters in baseball than
0,on* haps, the most intriguing sPec- Rocky"
tacklee run across on the sun- That makes Rocky Marclano
PF4rd Frick Is right rain in reqpesting that baseball air splashed training circuit: the batting champion of two dif-
eters keep commercials to a minimum. One off-te-record re- Andre is a rookie on the Cubs fervent sports.
tion has been that since the contracts are made with the clubs roster this season, finally mak-
the commissioner's ofice ts without authority to act in any such Ing the big-club after nine years
matter. If this so Frjek ean readily sasums the authority by in the minors-three of them In
Smtsas that sallsr ae tracts must be subnItti to his a le D leagues.
for (Inal rerovu~It w.a be interesting to see what happens to He is, however, no n
l e. an't care how man e~Cbuerpials t here. Andie wtp first ld
AA3LA_ AP ^myoha s Andrase wfno ion w- Uere 0Andd ei f h Id
S s as long as the fee Is hi en ugh to this department' y ii old
tht a dayss, rck, of course, works for the wners. battery mate of his on the e
," w "- w gBrockton Catholic Youth Orga-
nization nine, which vonthe
lasSes Or Not, New England sandlot champion-
Sl e t ship some years ago. Rocky
s i o for his first flinging in the big Andre's side was mad by S Byit MICKEY WALKER
a- e leagues, the guy who boosts him caliber bullets. Wiltte o NBA Service
the most is the heavyweight
y #AEfiRY GI"AYSON champion of the world, Bastball -wo Andre develoV ed
TB .o *~ *4. a slider to go with his fast ball
S pETISBUR6, Fla. "Johnny stuck to what he and change-up last spring. With
Onp) -Pior several years It was wanted until he made good," It, he had 21-9 mark and an
Id that the Tynkees would coi- Marclano says, proudly. "He was earned-run average of 3.04 as
pse with Phil RizzUta. the only one in the neighbor- Shreveport won s first pennant
Wel, atle' scooter Rizzuto ft- hood who did." n Texas League history. In
lly -had obe beihed: la "How about yourself?" Rocky three other cam palis in the
ummer and* "the New Yoft was asked. minors, her won f room 20 to 25
immer cW stumbled, alth "Oh, I switched to boxing," he games.
rcin stumbled, alth answered, as though he had
iap wron b3 gamei, p- done something wrong. "All Stan Hack has to do is let
i capn tn-rTe -1Idf wheir 20 It was Andre, a rugged featur- me pitch," days Andre, who at
iO .r inA sup ae r dtt to-i. Rocky went to North Carolina wear and tear. "That's the only
One f the superior stories for a Cub tryout camp in the time I didn't do good-when
[ the training season is Riz- spring of 1946. Andre made it.
p'# pld .y attempt to pUll Marcian hurt his throwing arm _
to erstwhile Bombers toget- -and turned to fighting with
Again, for another am- his fists for a living.
inoship drive. At 38, the wee What kind of a catcher was
aliano whom Paul .Kritchell Marciano?
lucked out of tryOut school "A real tood one," recalls An-
Ill could be the difference, for *dre. "He would rather play base- Copm
stop easily might be the 4, ball than fight. I'll tell you that.
in Casey Stengel's armor. He was big, rough and tough. Mickey Walker
There i no question that sten- Just the way he is now, and he
tlbankedon Nly Martin bing could hit and throw. He would
saiarged Oy the Army to fill drive hard, but he couldn't run. In 1921, I was an 18 year-old
Skey Job i. May. Prqfesor which could be one reason why idwh, had survive a knockout
egel took the trouble to stop l ie Hebelt outnever a ah fral di edry ai y career to become a
at Vamp Carson, Co0, en ut. "He dn't wear aid. chest hev- Iddindlo Bcalfavorite around my
re ts gtlrab.edenbu an si ng arealonhurt. He didn'ttweard ocheat pro-nI Nlosew eyeerwgigs. n
S 10 Ontepb o oand telvrtector halt the e time.N It was r they isthat Ia mdlet
ln. va ,o ws bh Miangeo ha"ooet'o an IukW thng bre. ter1 #Jaek Bumioger then the mateh.
with B ienason W. he"d the e I' s ar lon to l ut te .nI haker at the Laurel Garden Cub
Casle-thee wiMen 164 pounds and still grown t same arm he h augr t is the one m auim n Newark.
.Mrs Sbrinidabhe -than .he to thatRi e~ .31 fo n sD a ninto f lim f at knocked a those gUyi a.
at ~f~rtlf.l.. M 50 b ,lw s ll- a u A Eastern Leagm laost ma- heads off. wr"Sign wi me," he sad, "and
e a te e a tender a ho's name for llbenf. The heavy- I did and Bulger cannly guid.
ere sidr du a reals long 1 t weight title and money don't .ed me to welterweight non.
.pith Dn1lmo TIR When hoahsse ued the mage- ta g ) ltaer pt dihnd I might haven hd Ia
a woin thnW/S "CUAD DE
X Tahe M/'AMI "( JAB DE I
s 1eron a B3-2 at N a
a~U ft vSmC aae were retaftam
a to H t ". The hip
-hAt MASONIC UILDING -
A. Six times.
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will be the feature attraction at
the Pacific Twilight League Fair
Saturday afternoon. The -game
will be a three inning affair and
will officially get the Fair unter-
way. Game time is set for 1:00
p.m. when the Oldtimers team ...
will take the field against a tcam
of Oldtlmers sons.
The Oldtimers team will be ,.
managed by Roger Williams
who has been keeping the ,I
phone busy and. touring the
bushes scouting old time Isth-
milan and Twilight League
To date the following oldtim-
ers have been contacted and
those listed herein that have not
been contacted are requested to
report at the Balboa stadiumm at
12:30 Saturday Buster Bur.-
goon. Bill Coffey, Dick Stoudnor, I
Bill Hele, Jimmie DesLondes, Dal .
Thorton, Leo Eberenz, Billy Wil-
liams., Fred Mead. Pete Corrilan, LOOKS OOD sextet of aquamalds at C Ord .
Jack Corrigan, Dick Black, Bar- G0 S 00D-This sextet of aquamads at Cypress ardm
ney Barlow, Mol de la PeBfia, .has the proper water ski form, and they would be rated a .-
Mickey Kierman, Perc Graham, for any bauty contest. (NEA)
Jim Thompf.an, Smokv Thomp-
son, Ed Kunkel, Joe Cicero, Ned *
Neville, Webb Hearne, and Jake 1
Four old timers, namely Jack
McGlade, Ed Fluharty and Doe t
Vasquez along with Charley .s
"Muggsy" Magee will be on -
hand to participate in the ball N A S
game. Magee, the Canal Zone's .
Harry Balogh, will handle the .
emcee and announcer's job .
introducing the ballplayers to MACAWS KEEP HOPES ALIVE Tv. PALOMAS
the fans. Oldtlmers who may BY TRIPPING PALOMAS
have .been overlooked or not Valentine, 2b 2 0 11 0
contacted should call Roger Scoring six runs in the last Perez, as 3 0 0
Williams at Balboa 2-250. two innings on a tiring Jeff Curdt4, ef 4 2 2 0 *'
Kline, the Macaws defeated the Fundakowski, 3b 3 0 0 3 '
The "Oldtimers' Sons" team Palomas 6 to 5 to keep in the Barnes, c 2 0 0 7
will be handled by Bill Carlin. running for the second half title. z-Pedersen 1 0 0 0 0 ",
Jr., and Jack McOlade, Jr.. and Buddy Curdts slammed a hom- Feeney, rf 3 0 0 3 0 0
sons of the above oldtimers are er for the Palomas and Timmy Ez-Barbler 1 I 1 0 @bi
urged to pick up the pole glove Days, with a triple and single, E. Dolan, If 2 1 0 00 '
and bat and bring Pop to the ball was the leading batter for the zzz-Snodgras a 0 0 0 0 0 a
park and show the old man how Macaws. Johnny Chasa went the Sander, lb 8 0 1 ? .rn%
the game of baseball is played distance, for the Macaws..- Kline, p 5 L 0 1 4 a
today. Today's game could well de-
cide the second half title as the Totals I a5 g *'
Ocelots play host to the Conejos. z-Pedersen batted for 3w gMm.r,-
The Conejos are on a six game in 7th. ,a. -
win streak and look like the zs-Barbier batted for1'eeng g
team to beat, but so far this 7th.
year they have had the Indian ms-Srod walked Iuar'r
sign on the O celota.. "- ,it 7tWl I.
*' and watingate geti h MacUT* ^ ':&
By BEANS REARDON nejos again. Bruce Bateman will Paldoiitd '
24 Years In National League do the catching: For theodnejm. *, --..'-..--- .-
Written for NBA Service Lem Kirkland will get the calf Summary. Errors: Macaws 2
and Roger Million will do thc Days, J. Durfee). Palomas
Question: A team is trailing, catching. (Fundakowski, Barnes). R o
3-1, In the last of the ninth. It batted in: Days 2, Rela T. D-
loads the bases wittf two out, and The box score: fee 2, Pitman. Curdta. Two-baa.
the hitter drives to deep center. hits: Reins. Three-base hit:
It eludes the fielders and all MAGAWS Days. Ho.me run: Curdts. Stolen
runners cross the plate. How- bases: itchcock, .Days, Dur-
ever, the runner who was on Players ab r h o a fee, Chase, T. Durfee; Valentine, !
first failed to touch third and Days, 2b 2' 2- 2 t 1. Fundakowski, C rdtol a. Ar. ,
the fielding team's third base- T. Durfee, e 4 0 2 8 1 bier 2.. Double plays: Klje t 0.
man noticed it. When the ball Pitman, as 5 0 2 2 4 Barnes to Sander. Sander to V*,'
finally reached the infield, he J. Durfee, p. lb 2 0 0 6 0 lentlne to Fundakowski. Left oa n~
grabbed .it. stepped On the base Chase. p 3 1 0 0 01 bases: Macaws 12 Palomns "
and appealed to the umpire. How Washburn, If 3 0 0 0 0. Bases on balls o: Kline 11; r.-
many runs eored? Bob Wal- Terry, rf 1 0 0 1 0 Chase 8. Strike-outs by: Ktne ''
ston. Hitchcock, 3b 3 0 1 1 01 8: Chase 8. Passed balls: T. Dur- a
Reiss, cf 4 1 1 2 0' fee 2. Winning pitcher: Chase
Answer: tonly the first two Corrigan, If, rf 1 2 0 0 0 (1-0). Losing pitcher: Kline'
runners, so it is a tie game. No 1 (0-). Umpires: W. Williams., :'
run can be scored when the pr- Totals 28 6 8 21 6 Diaz. Time: 1:40. .
eedlog runner is the third out, -
so the hitter and the runner who ';
failed to touch the base are out.
Q. How many times has Stan A
Musial captured the National W J
League hitting crown? Jimmy
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The Billy a
GLASGOW, Scotland. March
24 (UP Billy Graham drew
another capacity audience last "Let the people
night while a British miniuler
was warning against preachers _. _
who might 'imitate" the South
Carolina evangelist. THIRTIETH YEAR
Kelvin Hall's 15,000 seats were "
filled and thousands were turn
away last night when the Amer-
ican revivalist held the third i i i
meeting of hid six-week tour c riorlT nfr
here. ., -- \,hl I I i
Another 317 persons made "de-
cisions for Chol#t" at the end of
the meeting,,. bringing Billy'a
three-day total of converts to N .l I
In the crowd was Alexander LastYe
Adrian MeCaskil, an 80-yea
old pensioner from New Or- LONDON, March 24 (UP) -
leans, .La,, who has fol- Russia has proposed a "new" dis-I
lowed Graham from crusade to armament plan "%that containsI
erusade in the United States concessions made last year, In-
for the a. five years, and formed diplomatic sources said
be pai I own way here. today.
Graham aid earlier the 'world Soure close to the Ameri-
must substitu, e a "religious re, can delegation said the Soviet
naissance" to political confer- turnabout after almost a
ences to avoid war. month of frustration In talks
"I don't think these world here represented some prog-
-problems are ever going to be ressm.
solved by a few men sitting a- They said the latest proposal
round a conference table and gave slightly more detail of the
saying 'we are going to have Communist disarmament plan
;peace ," the the preacher said. than the late Andrel Vishinsky
"We have said that for thou- handed to the United Nations
sadds of years and we have on- last September.
lhad 277 years of peace in After Georgi Malenkov was
the last 2,000 years," he added. deposed as Soviet premier- and
Graham, speakingat at a usi- before the five-nation disarma-
-nessman's lunch, said he believes .
.President Eisenhower and Prime
Minister Sir Winston Churchill E A -m.-m Jaa
,agree with Prof. Arnold Toyn-
.bee, a historian, that the world
Ois "in desperate need of a re- Ano ce
gious renaissance." On (Z Announces
free Viel Nam Official's Suspension
ST II 3. H. Vaney, stating that he
04v'oe To P sOibI [spoke as post commander of the
Federal Employes' Veterans As-
ll r sociation's Post 10 In the Canal
l. lov s ,Ivlii 1 1ar Zone, said today that he has re-
ceived authority to suspend the
SAIGON, Indochina, March office of regional FEVA director,
44 (UP) Viet Nam's rebellious presently held by W. Heath.
:political-religious sects today DeVaney said he had received
ordered a general strike ana a letter from FEVA national
blockade of Saigon starting Sun- commander Kenneth T. Lyons
day in an attempt to force p.'- sus ending the director until a
American Premier Ngo Dihn revlow of the charges preferred
im .to make changes. In bis against him by Junior vice-
iod'unment.. commander A. Argerenon may
*- it mour said their troops be evieyeL D
.wq u j sti.miad and rail, ..m. DeVaney, said, is
mSnlcmaofnl amd leave this vreat o0w bito the national exe-
T"aaInpletely. paralysed" uu- cutive coiC ttee.
less Diem gave in to their _de- Meanwhile, a regular monthly
mands. FEA meeting was scheduled for
The new threat aggravated Monday and will b6 held at the
the present crisis and brought Diablo Service Center beginning
frep Viet Nam close to a possible at 7:30p.m.
civil war. A FEVA spokesman stressed
The Viet Nam national army today that the aims and the
already was in a state of alert. purpose of the organization will
The French high command or- be discussed with an effort to
.dered French troops to remain "protect the good and welfare of
tn their barracks starting on all veterans in this area."
Saturday. Also to be discussed at tLiLs
European residents were ur- meeting will be the election of a
gently advised to stay indoors on new post treasurer, the review
unday. Most of the already have and correction of present by-
assembled reserve supplies of laws. by the committee as well
food and water in anticipation as a review of all committees
of serious trouble, and members.
"Sure, you're a nice looking
d..andI invited you up but
that doesn't mean you can
VAN H LIN a6. Brodw producer >
is e mrt Criae-of-Palsion Story in C i -l "
o 2iA css.Fe's. BLACK WIDOW ai.m ein
S Ciqu Rogwer.-mCe T mey, orWe at, Peg A-, Cans,.
P, ,-- "'" e r -. .. bAso l .- ..
.3 : l 4 -- Shows: I:0, 2:3, 4:4, :, 9:5 p.m.
Also: Two Shorts
.The i s IvW
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* DAILY NEWSPAPER
PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1955
icaIRussia Makes Over
arss Disarmament Plan
ment conference opened here Meanwhile in Bonn, West Oer- eploratory talks gave a shatr
last month-the regime of new man President Theodor Reuss to ratification of th
Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin signed the bills ratifying the Pa ar ar reelt by the
laid down disarmament ropos- ars arms treaties today, d Frenh upper house.
als that appeared to harden the ordered them published In the Foreign Minister Antoine Pl-
Vishinsky terms. official Gazette. nay goes before the Senate to-
The West German president day to add his voice to ringing
The authoritative report fol- thus did not wait to sign as assurances given yesterday by
lowed tadio Moscow's broadcast many had thought he would, un- Premier Edgar Faure.
of an article on disarmament in til after the French Council of The Communist opposition ap-
the Soviet Communist party the Republic had approved the peared to be weakening rapidly
newspaper Pravda today. pacts. as the Senate, or Counci of tig
Republic, met for theI econ&
'It said a "new and extremely y a fact, his action appeared day of a three-day debate. No
important proposal" from Rus- designed as one more in a se- major setback appeared in the
sla was "based on the propos- ries of prods given by the oth- making.
als of France and Britain of er members of the western l The Communist newspaper VL'.
11 June 1954." lance to get France to ratify Humanite proclaimed,"the battle
the accords now or be left out an't lost" but proponents of ret-
In the cold. iftcation said the o ly\ uestin
Sweden Hastily West German government sow was the size of the winning
w Foi i sources also welcomed President majority.
I na I a t Elenhower's support for a prep- The Communists threatened
Unroulls Red Carpet aratory Bi Four conference aft-. ieas demonstration yester-
oAt the same tne, however, Irger demonstratIons may
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, March they insisted that the Bonn gov- Ceme as result of last night'
24 -(UP) Sweden hastily un- eminent be represented when the Compmnist mass meeting at a
rolled its red carpet today for German Issue comes under dif- Paris stadium.
a surprise visit by Soviet diplo- cussion. Present estimates Pero that
mat Andrei Gromyko that Ie t There was no immediate off!- from 140 to 175 of the 320 sena-
observers wondering what he clal comment on-the President's tors would vote for. ratification
was up to. remarks., of the agreement to rearm 500,-
However, officials generally 000 West Germans ar*d that a-
If the Swedish Foreign Minis- welcomed his statement and re- bout 100 would vote against. The
try. knew, it wasn't saying. It called that Chancellor Konrad rest would be absent gr abstain.
simply announced yesterday Adenauer has come out repeat- President iElsenhower's state-
that Gromyko, Soviet First de- edly in favor of East-West talks meant onitalks among the United
puty Foreign Minister, Would as soon as possible after ratifi- States, Britain, France and Rus-
be arriving from London today cation. took m*ch of the steam out
for a stay of "some days" en In Paris President Elseahow-* of the Gertan rearmament op-
rdute to Moscow. er's suggestion for Big Fouelr onOta.
THIS IS SPRING? Spring came to Chicago with a swtrling snow storm which snarled city
traffic and caused thousands of workers to be late for work. Here on North Michigan Ave-
nue, a few hardy souls brave the winds and driving snow to cross the busy avenue.
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LAND OF THE HUNTIR...AND
r a THI HUNTEDt
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Savage heart of Africa
...wlere love was ibte
Proe In the most
T3EI ORDEAL IS OVER At .ew York City, Joel Weber (left), 16, and her slMtr, .1
.18, r9t in bed after spending 54 hours trapped in a cave with Ronald T'vUn (right)
lUn was reportedly running away from home and the girls accompanied him to th
they w6re trapped bj a rockslide. A detective called In to find the mlpslf girlhe
the cave from a friend of the trio. Police emergency quad dug In andound te
'cold, frightened, and hoarse from yelling.
Jelke Counsels Py-Fo'' r-I
'Time You Got Smart To
NEW YORK, March 24 (UP) Jelke and she went to his apart-
A red-haired Latin beauty ment the next da. *i
who left a.hat-check concession "I tell him I quit my job and c
to become a high-priced call am going out on dates" she d
girl testified yesterday when said in imperfect English.
she asked oleo heir Minot F. "Mickey said it was about a
(Mickey) Jelke for help in her time I got smart to myself. A
vice career, "he told me it was lot of girls are making a lot
about time I got smart to my- of money, he told me. He said 1
self." he would help me." I
Marguerite Cordova, one of the She said the oleo heir then
two girls Jelke is accused of gave her a list of names and J
inducing to become prostitutes, telephone numbers from his ad-
said the chunky playboy told dress book. |1
her "a lot of girls are making Miss Crdova also said she,
a lot of money." M is Cordova al said she,
But, she said, her earnings .elke and Richar~ Short, a con.
as a play-for-pay girl netted victed procurer, met in a bar
about that time and decided
her "only enough to pay my that te d decided
bills and live on." that she use the name Marie
Miss Cordova 26, was called Corde in her career as a har-S
to testify on the 11th day of lot because they did not think
Jelke's retrial on compulsory herreal name tappeali. b
Under crosa-examination, she b
prostitution char es U c emn r
She appeared In a tight-ft-admi tdtted that her first dates
ting, low-cut black dress with ash had t aken e eed
a black lace- mantilla over her weeks t a month fo
shoulders. talked with 'Jelke. b
e ,dark eyes flashed ner- a
vbu :as he took 'the stand. f o Die as
Under crosse-xamination, she COCOh Aook Dies
admitted she dated men for U A a o
money before discussing life as Of He rt Attack a
a call girl with Jelke. .
But, she said, during the sum- A Navy cook, Adolfo Flertes, a
mer of 1952 Jelke supplied her died in the mess hall of the a
with a list of prospective men Cocoli Navy Fire Station yester- i
clients, and she was Intimate day afternoon, reportedly from a
with the oleo heir himself "on a heart attack. a
a number of occasions." U
Miss Cordova said she came The 55-year-old Filipino was p
to the United States from Puer- given oxygen, but failed to rally. t
to Rico in 4945, and first held A retired U. S. Navy cook, the e
a job in a Newark, N. J., steel deceased had been employed by 14
mill as a. crane operator. the fire station as a" cook for p
She said she moved onto the some time.
New York nightclub circuit as He is survived by a wife Gul- b
a hatcheck girl in 1950. and llermina Gomez de Fuertes of a
met Jelke while he still was of Parque Levefre In Panama d
a college student. C~ ity. a
She said she dated him then D
and again in 1952, shortly be- BALBOA TIDES
fore she quit her hat-check job v
to become a call airl. FRIDAY, MARCH 2$ -
She said Barbara Harmon. HIGH LOW b
another prostitute, suggested 4:23 a.m. 10342 e.m. sl
then that she get in touch with 4:42 pm. It 1OS p.*m. t4
She aid the m whom .
had met originally at the nigh
lub, had paid her $50 p
late, but that she was earnix
only enough to pay my bil
ad live on." .
o Be Altered
The Canal signal satiton at OCi
aracna, wnich has long been
avorlite vantage point for lgM
eers and photographers 1 4 n
o ge close-ups of shlp patI
through Galliard Cut, will
e replaced by a concrete
Bids for the purchase
emolition of the old f r
ullding and the construction
new building are mow be
dvertised .y the panama
al Compay ad Will be o
d Arpil l i A. Bfard R
f the Adminstration Bulldi
t Balboa Heights.
The oldbuldfng has beenn,
existence 'alice the arly 1092
nd until recently served as li
ng quarters for the signalman
stationed at Cucaracha as we
s an office. In the early dayj
tie lack of roads made It lm
racticable for the signalm a
o travel back and forth to wor
ach day and usually a bachi
or was hired for duty at'thl
point. .. "
During recLeat years, th
ullding has been used only a
n office for the men whoa
uty it sa toact as the eye
nd ears of the Panama. Cans
The station ll not lose it
value toto graphers an
ightseers, however. It will b
ulit with ah operating 4 e
similar to the one now in mxu
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