The Panama American

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00697

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tAS VB6Aa, Nov. March 30 earth-shaklng elfeet that gave
(UP) For the first time on i sdiers, Maines and aircraft
,.sItmontil atom bomb test- maneuvering in the vicinity
In'; woscret nuclear weapons Ithe meet realstc demonstra,
Wet." e a few hours a6A 0rt t4 of atOato might in the
ty, one of them a "grand- creent series
dE. flt f in ,three west- The earth-robking shock roll-
irh ea- a e across the desert from the
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later a "bab" Intervening-mountain range and
was dropped cracked the ceiling of the ladies'
-flying Intercintir room in the Southern Nevada
tfm .A. Telephone Co. office building
of e two bombs with- here, the AEO said.
In fe hrs gave the Atomic The telephone, company report-
Sfirst ed that-when the ceiling cracked
Sda to t-uay a woman was as me room and
effect reported It felt like "something
ai OtSd, 4ual eto- running on the ceiling."
'% orared. however, The shock alap touched off
either condition tud- nau the burglar alarms in Las
tn ed a kb '- -..... ', Vegas and orew a little more
.b w detonated man the casual Interest usualy
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By RP Solons Deadline

NEW YORK, March 0 (UP)
The New York Times print-
ship U88 Bayfield move' aot n today's sse the following .
Airways Stratoeru ur after editorial:
d plase can be seen (ireles). A man who for twelve days.
served as Preident of Panama
Shas been convicted of com- ...
pcrityin .the awassination of ,
e a, pred r and snts WASHINGTON, March 30 (UP) Prdent
The man i Josi Ram6n Olsa- hower today criticized speculation about the prospect
do, and it is hard to forget the war in the For East
e faces, as he ma de isA spring b rd brings ten- He took this position in comment *n stlmo
N evadp a otappearan ceo cceeding Jo- degree weather and nine Inches of snow to the Cleveland area. t
Aerircraftmae ue Was "dehn prrol- The cars above had Just been parked when the snow began to Adm. Robert B. Carney, chief Of naval. ration s
bineraft maneuvered dr ung tut ju as isdue proc- cover o attack on the island of MhtaI the R d iin e ."M
bth explosions, with 112 so" that as vice o P l ater .
lom es ta pions it a n esi that tdo as develop about April 15 with a toll in g httoaq otrQuemt
plratronps taking part in the firad pr esideng anaine s v.olen ed iRemly. DollyT Pos loo the o r a J siblitite a month or so oe th p
exercise and only about in wso c I rad tat m oio u d as. scV waing r eta I SnSoI .t
the second. There were no It -ase t TV Has Great Possibil ities ntutive sor d he does In to
ground troo m ane o 1 A never acd l sp. savy. f Tha Chief Executive said he doesfan t ebi4 ,
the secondPellast. pretty, but never ls so thanDrCarney.
Nearly 700 troops, including 28 he pltt a l so u thIanl US Producer Feels r But in answering a number of new confence qe
Marlneq observers, crouched In at the highest political levels.
te a mle and three-quar-n Perhaps the prompt, orderly tions he left no doubt that he challenged Carney's sI4
terd from the blast center during and unequivocal decision of the o -
the tower shot and were treated Ntional Assembly of Panama, "Panama has great salbill- Colonial Insurance Company. mote of the situation.
with display of the rainbow- after an open, trial, will serve ties in the television field," Hol- He and his wife are accompa- The President made these l of bo th ptesWith s
hued fireball In which a purple as a lesson and --a warning lywood TV producer Hal Roach nied by Walter Brewer, execu- points.: i eioute taMorow to d
tinge preWdominated. throughout the hemisphere, and Ir., declared yesterday. tive of the French Sardine Com- 1-The peace of the world is Cuss fore po01 Iasues..
It was the 12th such nuclear also as an example of Pan- Roach chose Panama for his pany who is Mrs. Roach's bro- not being served by speculating House tic lete
"clashreom" demonstration held ama's ability to meet the most ten.day vacation with his wife. other, and Mrs. Brewer, Mr. Wil- too much concerning such thin made lb ho to
for troops at the Nevada Proving shameless violence firmly. Dolly, to look into the opporta- lam Jones. president of the as Red Chinese war potential .. ..th te d..nI
Grounds since military forces The title of the article is: nitle for tele on in this coun- Jones Lumber Company, and his the straits of Formoa.ment of
began viewing the detonation Justice I Panama." try.i T wife. He warned againstwar m
during the 1953 series. UIThe produc ir arrived here McNabb, formerly with the ordoing anything in this ountryBt -.217Ah--
1Military i.pment and emau To mL last Friday, ad he and hip wi U.S. Navy, It a .well-known tht would roy the nmoMl of be no d ,,
pedanimal& to t e la wea r:transited the Panama Can yachtsman, and is captain t oftheCihese tionalista.
a ose thblast t tance up yesterday aboard their 115-ft. the Stella Polaris, Goabted the its e M
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4 s bae between M
A Ide from a unique configu-
raint for mushroom clouds-it
fo0ims a-doughlnut" ring of
daryi, vApors withinthe cloud
-it wua ranked as a "mnoun"
detoat wtt. an estimated
fore. of toue of TNT.
The "doublrWleature" explo-
slopa were the eighth and ninth
of the ihnlt_ test series. The
A Said no further tests were
plsmUd for the net four days,
Wifh an Sunday the earliest
time th next detonation would
s randdaddy" blast ex-
Swlth a roar and an


Scotland, March
Gy raham shrugged
,=ts ngbt to hold a
~wdl meeting.
11 100 per cent fit.,
BW, the American,
e4 the capacity.
most of the
with a sore throat
I a u gs Club


dietive jartiele s TWO it
fe"l prey to the winds Which
buffeted It out of shape and
nt sections r'ollng in Uree
separate units.
lthe dirt-laden stem of the
cloud veered in a northerly di.
reaction while the center section
traveled suth-southe et by-
Psing Las Vegas, an the
mushroom cap sailed east at a
The test range was prepared
for the second detnaion hn-
mediately by AEC specialists.
iThe second mushroom cloud
climbed more rapidly to 30,000
feet where, also and like Its ear-
ly-morning counterpart, It drift.
ad eastward to be dissipated by
prevailing winds over southwest


There's Still
Time For The
Minstrel... Just
The 154 Club's transplanted
three nketers in albea
took a breather today from
selling tickets to the Elks Oie
Tiae Mlnstrel offering at the
Baum Theater.


Which means that Chair-
man Nathan Ashton and com-
mittee members W. C, Ban
and L. Sparks have asked a
limited amount for sale at the
door tomorrow night.
Curtain time Is 8 p.m. and
there are no reserve seats, se
the suggestion Is to get there
early and avoid the rush.
Admission is a dollar a
throw sad the Is lauh are


Llma more than enough.


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Held Yesterday

Al Albrook AF Base


tThe practice alert for "Opera-
tion Distaff" which was held yes-
terday morning at Albrook Air
Force Base was termed success-
ful by base officials. The "Warn-
Ing Red" signal was sounded at
8:30 a.m. and within a matter
of minutes hundreds of military
personnel, dependents, and civil-
ian workers took cover. The
"Warning Red" alert lasted for
approximately 15 minutes.
Shortly after the all-clear was
sounded distaff workers were re-
porting to control headquarters
where assignments were given to
the areas, from which damage.
reports were being received.
Damage Control officer Maj.
Hawkins said that the workers
reported to the control center
with efficiency and promptness.
He added: "We have reason to
be proud of our distaff organisa-
to snhere at Albrook, because our
women do not take their duties
lightly, when it comes to emer-
gency training. They are con-
tInually training in order that
they will know exactly what jobs
have to be accomplished and
where they are to go. I feel that
people at Albrook have received
much training from this exercise
and that they will be ready to
perform If the real emergency
should come to this area."
A critique held this morning
at the Fair Base Group Head-
quarters with all agencies which
'were involved in the practice
indicated that the drill was suc-
cessful.


IVk mee ng, someC
stepped forward to
dons for Christ,"
total In nine meet-i
IO seats were
weekend to vIkens Churchgoing
Plrabhm is conduct- I


DJAKARTA, March 30 ( -
Indonesian authorltie will e
stringent security restrictioz
to keep any would-be assassin
from taking a shot at Com-
munist Chna's Premier Chou
En-lal or any other delegate
to the Asian-African conference
In Bandung.
Indonesian officials don't ex-
pect any trouble along those
lines. But they are making
plans Just in case. Most of the
plans are top secret but it is
no secret thousands of troops
are involved.
It is no secret you will find
it impossible to get close to a
conference delegate without all
sorts of passes.
The biggest security risk at
the conference will of course
be Chou En-lal. More than
2,000,000 chinese live in IndQ-
nesia. About half of them are
considered supporters of Chiang
Kai-shek and the Nationalist
government.


",MK I M q ---wr
dar Saturday. --
Roach, whose conpny -al
Roach Studios- switch over to
TV three years ago; said com-
petition between movies and
television Is increasing daily.
However, television, bqing a
baby of the two, has a better
chance of making greater prog-
ress all over the world, and es-
pecially In Latin Amnerica.
Roach says his studios pro-
duce 12 half-hour shows weekly.
Roach and his wife flew down
here from California.. and stay-
ed at the Hotel El Panama. a-
waiting the arrivst of the Stella
Polaris, which docked In Cristo-
bal on Sunday. Co-owner with
Roach of this sleek yacht is
John McNabb, president of the

Birth Of Son

Keeps Judy Away

From Oscar Dinner


HOLLYWOOD. March 30 (UP)
American Resident -Judy Garland, nominated for
Of. COC.O ..l. lan Oscar for "A Star is Born.'
Of Co o Solio today had to cancel pIans to ap-
O ear at the academy awards at
Sair tonight because of her un-
-Found DUead scheduled starring In "A Son Is
Born."
Joseph W. Jafkowitz, a Coco The singer had planned to en-
Sollto resident was found dead ter the hospital to give birth by
in his quarters by his maid yes- Caesarean section tomorrow.
terday, about 24 hours after he But the baby, a fite-pound.
had apparently died of natural eight-ounce boy, was born ahead
causes. of schedule early today at Ce-
Canal Zone" police report the dars of Lebanon Hospital.
time of death of the Americar Miss Garland has one daugh-
to have been Monday morning ter, by her present husband-
He resided In house 88D In Cocr manager, Bid Luft, and a daugh-
Solito. No other information a 'er by her first husband, Direc-
bout Mr. Jafkowitz" is available. tor Vincente MinnellL


Gets


From All Sides-Even Joe McCarthy


afoundly" with ahe Presdet on
5me issues, McCarthy added:
"Modern WmToy to my knowl-
dge, does not cotain a more fla.
*ant violation of the canons of
eeney and of those moral prin-
pies that established Amerin
i first t dle lesand now
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uitre is sincere in his faith.
"There was never any attempt
to make a show of his church at.
tendance here" Lutz sdd.
"When I told him I would not
m&nounce that he wa naming to
church, he told me, 'that's the
way I want it' "
In a bitter personal attack on
the President Neely tod the Unit-
d Auto Workers' OOMewtion in
veland that the Pnl dent's
eahrek oa is now A-% pub
cied." #%.wAb bef-Se ee.


"To criticize how or where any
Amelcan worships is-a direct vio.
latio of that right and infringes
the very spirit of -ligious free-
dom," Duff said.
Sea. George H. Beader (R-O.i
)a another stat eent that
had "dse to a form
o aism which mt be shock-
aod revolting to e entire na-
tift "
S Rev. Letz sL A that when
was" se and
's ia- he
mw s .Mgfaith." lW
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COMMunlsm's Grip

On Flaf Auto Plant
TURIN, Italy, March 30 (UP)
-Workers votes today smashed
communism's grip on Fiat, one
of Italy's biggest industrial em-
pires.
Results announced today of
yesterday's union elections in
the Fiat auto plant here.
considered indicative of labor
trends throughout the Ination.
revealed the Communists now
hold only 59 shop steward posts
as against 113 for the combined
non-Communist unions.
Breakdown of 49,600 votes cast
out of a total 55,800 workers was
as follows: 18,843 (38 per cent)
for the Left Socialists and Com-
munists (Fiom) 19,340 (39 per
cent for the Christian Democrat
Wnion (Cisl), 11,417 (23 percent)
for the Social Democrat Union
(Uil).
That totals 117 Democratic
costs against the Reds' 55. Add-
ing to this the results of pre-
vious elections in Flat's aero-
nautical plants, the over-all to-
tal is 133 steward posts for the
Democratic Unions against 59
for the Social Communists.


is e t
anyone maklngg sWo. ie-
tion must have B nation
not in bts pMMl.n.
He said, howeVe#that he could
not say there word be no Red
Chinese attack in April because
frankly, he does not know.
Asked whether Carney would
be reprimanded for his remarks,
the President said there would
be no reprimand from him.
Intelligence reports to the
chief executive do not show signs
of the major Red military build-
up he feels would be necessary
to attack the offshore Islands
held by Chinese Nationalists.
The President also does not
believe the Chinese Beds would
attack Quemoy and the Matsu
Islands on the eve of the A-
frican-Aslan Conference at
Bandung. Indonesia, April 18.
Such action would wreck any
Red hopes of painting them-
selves as peace-loving.
Senate Republican leader Wil-
liam F. Knowland (Calif.). who
attended a meeting of GOP con-
gresslonal leaders with the chief
executive yesterday backed the
position attributed to the Pres-
ident.
"I have never subscribed to the
theory that anyone can, predict
on a day, week or month that
such an attack is going to take
place," Knowland said.
Knowland said today's meeting
included discussion of plans for
meetings of House and senate


MI adee t
thing," the sp said. -
Raybrn added this
pretty sharp enOflet
coda samd some ulM '
The Senate DowOvJ"iS .
committee also
White HouSe wooesslmds
tic leaders Lyndon Br
said afterward Demociat-wl
approach those meetilngha" .a
truly bipartisan manner. -
"We may not agree with tlM
President's decision," he u ,
"but we intend to treat the
sponsibly.
"We have no intention to
confront the PresiMet wise
any demand, with '"~ay '
matum or to urge t wo.
drop bombs here or wuse ieit
weapons in any theater.
hope, that by an of as rs 1
ing together, we ean pet Ah mWe
lea's best foot forward," Jeh-a
son said.
News stories reflecting CaOP.
ney's views, gen to repormsi 4
a secret meeting here lut IUw,
day night, appeared n
Saturday. They caused a ax."
of war talk In the capital.
The President does not
tlon the good faith of the *
of the stories.' Nor doe ha e
sently plan apy direct ubua.
feels a public a el zf t
will prevent a reutioa.
But the PreA objee
the Impre that th
ports refleted
views when were
conflict within thin g.
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Bys .i. hh Nebraska Convicts Holding Jaeis Seeks Role

SJ Hostages, May Break Out As bldg Belween
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signs of trying to break o. The hose apparently had serve as a "bridge between the
Victor Anderson, who dot been armed thus far, al- East and West."
took tkeronai command of the thom- Sbe I v w a dm-
Sad era t e d e th i U ade ivesm. Shigem tsu also reaffirmed
Sn er whre spotted wear guuar 's a dipllo m c relao n i h '
S' cloth ing, apparently te en |from 'i An Ts l dwia t r eatioen
guarJdi r the t heh iovateands iai .n pary Ja-
the hostages.. a ,,. Te J sItgjeUappUrue said. Union. This powiey, he
Andrsona lsaid E.n d fron m psndesiretlaiat y hr part


holed up sle :0 am. 8un- J Ile i eause of the unabating cold
The governor said the new de- The UiO-Jh B Armed Forces The one-legged Minister, who

Share thinking eout getting out." the official opening of amateur on the Iattlhp Missouri in
said he had a new exchange of 7:30. foreign correipondentS club of
Notes with the convicts via a rope ti a member f the apan He said that the new
Showered out a window of the The station a member of the government of Premier ichiro
'lowered out a windoweofltheBMilitary Affiliate Radio System Hatoysma has no "bold new
-He' aid theonvicts informed ( MAS will be operated in co- polcy."
him they were "still waiting" tomodiolomatththelationswZo
talk verbally with him over a Amateur Radp Association. Surely," he said, "you have
L list of surrender terms they 1i- At the official opening, mem- heard me say this often, but
S. sued Monday. tat he would talk bers of the pmed force. repre- f el 1 c nnot repeat it too
-witn them and considethemarheir enting the. A y, Nav, Air often. I ulege anew my efforts
W t. here new wonder drugs, lt' Ike. oldine demands only after the hodtag- Force amd M e Coros, will t consolida further the dynga-
T A. when I el1 a box .of Epsonf saltel" es are released, send message iich will be re- ric working partnersho with
A w ersns u t layed t to ir families in the America and her allies."
prison wall saw several of the States. "In.executing this policy, in
Slconvicts wearing garb that o- Present at the opennr will operation with America and
f F tate Cn age guards, warren Miller, 43, nal Corps, Ubted States Army of humanity
and Eugene Swanson, 34. Caribbean and Mrs. Earl: Lt. tby
gtThe prisoners seized the guards Col. and Mrs. William M. Shep- ing the olteto a i be-
y tSunday morning a few hours ard; Lt. Col. and Mrs. ,ame A. ieen the East and West
After breakfast and have not Brfrman; Lt Col. and Mrs. Paul
had any food slice. Monday J. Fitzpatrick; Capt. and Mrs. Coni ng Runsa, Shigem-
night the captive guards sent Joseph C. Wtndham: Mr. J. A. said that it was his desire
-out a note asking for food and Driscoll, president of the Canal t"estabh relations of peace
SThe' following will comprise Dolan, Paul Beck, Philip Good- cigarettes, but Anderson refused Zone Amateur Radio Assn., and to neighboring nations so a
the, .taff of Caribbean Girls man, David G. Markun, Judge on grounds the food probably its officers and members and tiaugurate an era of enduring
te *ch will be held from E. I. P. Tatelman, Judge E. M. would go to the convicts. David F. De Castro, chairman. stability In East Asia.
A through April 7 at build- Altman, Judge O. T. Crowe, The governor was pursuing a USt-JWB committee of man- "This alie f r"
No..216, Fort Oulick: Capt. B. A. Darden, Rowland K. "starve out" policy which ear- agement and Mrs. DeCastro; added **? th o s urse
Mrs. Louise Griffon, chair- Hazard and others. lier today he predicted would and the members of the corn- c e nion. t
mad-director, Mrs. Ella Werts, Rev. M. A. Cookson will parti- force the convicts to "make an mittee..Also present will be
vi-eairman, city m o t her, cipate in the program. Major W. offer soon." Rabbi Nathan Witkin, director
'lrtptsfnoe"; Mrs. 3.I e anor Gerard aaslsts as liaison officer Doubled guards were thrown of the USO-JWB Armed Forces J
.oker, clty mother, "Chlquita from the U.S. Arnmy. Part-time around the detention building, service Center and Miss Doro- L
Corners"; Mrs. R. Reynolds, assistants are: Mrs. Vera Bolek, where prisoners are segregated thy Brickman, assistant direc- -
Iupply, assistant Mrs. Betty Malone, and Mrs. Ly- for breaking prison rules. The tor.
Mrs. W. R. McNamee and Miss dia Nadeau. structure has only a single door,
Betty .L Watt nurses; Diane Mrs. Frances Glley will be re- making a break out difficult. Service personnel and their Fine Furniture made of1
dinner publicity assistant; sponsible for the patriotic ob- Monay the rioters sent out a families, via the facilities of Mahogan. NOW at
nt ounnsellors, Shirley Muil- servances during the six and list of nine 'grievances" over KZ5JW, will now be able to amazing loth prices.
1 and Mary Rose; counsellors one-half day session. Mrs. Helen conditions and treatment In the make daily contact with their Bedroom. Dining Room and
tpsts, Page Costello, Mary Hatten, treasurer of Caribbean segregation building as their families n the United States by Living Room Sets.
JTo Oreen, Marcia Rudue, Juani- Girls State and Mrs. Edna Wertz price for surrender, message relays or by direct am- j
ta Jones, Jane Jennison (Gov- has been assisting as secretary ateur radio contact. Products de Madera, S A.
olr, 14 Session), Georgia Mc- Another highlight will be the Anderson told the convicts In ninaed y iberto a ow esj
Olam (Attorney General, 1954 inauguration of the Girls State a note their demands were "rea- Members of the armed forces 4S Ceatnt aAvenue
esslon), Diane Scheideg8 (Lt. Governor of the 1955 session onable" but that he would not who are licensed Canal Zone FIath Ave. or "
Governot, 195. SBesion), Lolse which will be held on Sunday at act on them until the guards radio amateurs, and who meet Phone 2-iMw
Spender (Secretary-of-S t a t e, 7:30 p.m. Lt. Governor H. Pax- were released unharmed. ,the requlremetns of the Canal
1954 Sesslon). Helen Tilley, Sara son has been invited for the oc- The governor also said there Zone Amateur Radio Assn., are
Ctlinge, Judy Titus, Paula Hol- calon. Miss Jane Jennison 1954 was some doubt that one of the Invited to register at the USO-
IqS Joan Bren en, Robin Governor has arranged the pro- nine convicts, Gerald Hoffman,'JWB Club, so that they may be
trrboil Esther Reynolds, Leot- ram. Dallas, Tex., was an actual in-.given proper instruction in the
- aley, LOuise dmonson and Visitors day s from 3:30 to urgent. He said Hoffman was operation of the station.
m..d ,Brow M will direct the re- v p.m. Sunday. On Wed"esday, .
ant appupp- Apitl. S thqre will.be an award
Sl yy a' Iale.hc pro- assembly followed by a talent
*bhw In which the two cities, or dx 1 fl -
l ckman, education- "Tipcanoe"ah and "Chiprita F a OrWly offe J. 00N Donwin- i
l rgram and 1954 session will Corners" compete for the rmon- d
the educational ors.
rAt the farewell assembly cer- HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
piogram and has arranged for At the farewell assembly cer- deio bidn S
qo Ruodstadnding speakers a- tificates of graduation are pre-
mel wyom are: Francis Sulley, sented to girls successfully corn- Will deliver to you-r
Mr W. R .bert D. RHetndon, W. G. pleting the session.s a complete double bed with a N(
Ne. brand new mattress
inW Rash Of Violence Breaks Out You can use your Cuentas Comerciales Credit Card for
Suri ethe low down payment on any article of furniture and
i o a uthwR e T;el phone Strike pay the balance in small monthly installments.
-- -- China Closets Springs
ATLANTA. March 30 (UP) "quickie walkouts" but the union Wardrobes Mattresses
A o 1t S from a passing car felled insisted on inclusion of a means Dressers Stoves
a cable-splcer on the job today to" arbitrate grievances if it is
as s anew rash of violent nci- denied the right to walk out dur- Living Room Sets Rocking Chairs
dents broke out in coosection la g the term of the contract. Desks Sofa Beds
S with a 6-day, southwide tele-
phone i. Southern Bell said it had of- COME IN TODAY
feared raises to the workers, who SPECIAL: Mahogany Dninlag Chairs .95
David C. Palty, 25, of nearby now average $57 a week for ex- I
a e, was ot in the e a eened operators and $85 for HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
oiu isn EaEt Point. East Point installers.
poi were Investigating the r Wdea
ere. n t iThe company reported a 202- 41 National Ave. (Auto Row)
pair cable was slashed today at Tel.: 3-4911
.Sw a W working on a newly Miami, knocking out about 300 WE PAY CASH FOR YOUR OLD FURNITURE
cable with three telephones. Near Pensacola, Fla.,
eml loyea when a car a toll-line was knocked out when
the area and a shot rang a guy wire was clipped causing
ut'. Btl said he did not see four poles to collapse. Three
te l ar It had passed, cables were reported cut or shot
the in south Carolina and five in
aIrtem Bell an emy for seven Louiana in the last 24 hours. .
sati wast taken to Grady H -os- -_________ ___rere
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wat the first reported

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I the bitterstrikeyalthough
e company had fir- .
AU. fUidbo eb a hair-pulling
a ,m~, -shalapping incidents on
dentsibket line.

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thenlcton Workers hf eIRST wish Adjusutae Tse Chmnber. Feast the eyes and tempt Ohe appetite with a
(CJIO), wa S i sd Oi A delum Voice of Musac paruhle delicious tomed salad. And try these 4 tricks
r te f La a phumegraph of ailoMhd basti. You for extra crispness and new flavor.
He was Henry a m adinssm e of eosaWae speaker To youw faveri tm.dwx of salad great, dd
who was released in. e s of my moon. Coic of acumbrs -crmd e dm m* fcord for color and
wo aI t&4tsoMol Beretoserve with Kraft MayeemIaSeslO
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together with all service facilities, will be leased to


MR. EDGAR JOHNSTON I

former Shop Foreman, who will continue new car
servicing of
CADILLACS, G.M.C., PONTIACS


EDGAR JOHNSTON

wishes to notify his friends and customers that as of
April Ist, he is leasing from CIVA DE COLON, S.A.
their Garage and facilities, and will continue to service
CADILLACS G.M.C. PONTIACS and handle General
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L hs is one of the few top record
jets who'v* been able to cash in
on the rhythm and blues trend.
[ ir "Tweedle Dee" and "Dance
With Me, Henry" are moving'
right along. And maybe she has
t: secret of converting from bal.
J othes.
"For ballaas she says "I re-
cmrd in a dr ss. For rhythm and
blues,I wear slacks ".
One of the first numbers put
*m tape by the new "Reeorded.
Te.-of-theMonth Club" ate
y litleal satire, "The In.
vddgiator."
When Coral records signed
-by bherwood, not too long ago,
al -the contract said was that Mr.
9hrwood, hereinafter called the
party of the second part, was "to
edord." It didn't say what he was
to do sing, or lead a band or
play an instrument or tell jokes.
(And the party. of the second part
cale do all those things.)
,'But I can't compete with Fish-
or," Bobby says. "So I decided not
to sing. And the band business is
ad d as yesterdays newspaper. So
I cided not to lead a band."
What he did was to work a
athit he's had in the back of his
*aile box for more than 10
ears. He did a multiple record-
to end all multiple record.
S- he played 1r Instruments
sang a quartet-full of voices.
Wt you'll hear, on "Yes, In
dePd" and' "Brow Eyes, WHY
Are You Blue" will be a full
orchestra and quartet, and it'll
be l:Sherwood.

I V TOPP5RS
BOB CUM WINGS (NBC.TV):
Sh6 has a figure that grows on
mon it certainly doesn't grow
ea women.

"I'd started out to do this sort
of thing in '42," Bobby says.
"Iamy M"ercer was going to
wia specal.number to explain
it. But Johnny goofed he never
wrote it. Anyhow in those days
the equipment wasn't good
enough."
Now it is. Play the record for a
i..pdi, without telling him what it
'dds are nobody'l guess it's a
mAttle recording Job.
if this ib a multiple record-
l .tA, d all multiple recordings,
until yos hear the next one.
Tat should end all multiple re-
cordings to end all, etc.
"Next I waat to do a gomp !p
i n i! all the voices.
1y62 4. b-!rl's voie, .y
J 66 the speeds. My own
Uh has two octaves, and I can
e others electronically." .
,v _is definite about ,ne thing
"he-h isn't doing these purely as
st4ats. He thinks they will stand
om their own musically, too.
W"ts a goo record." he says.
"*Ater all, the point is to sell rec.
uiLs. It has to be a good record
to #ell. Stunts don't sell."
The multi-talented Sherwood
sometimes wishes he wasr.'t so
gaerously endowed. "No know-
just what it was," he says,
'has been a tremendous hani.
cap."
Sammy Kaye has recorded a


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song called "Impossible,' which
comes from the 195 edition of
he Ringing Brothers, Barnum
and Baley Circus. It was writ
ten by te circus' owner, John
Ringing North. The song's gone
from three rings to three speeds.


DICK'S PICKS: Margaret Whit.
lug's "Stowaway" (Capitol) is her
best in months. Others: "Butter
fingers" (Denise Lor, Mercury);
"Pass It On" (Julius LaRosa,
Cadence); "Cool Water" (Fraoule
Wine, Columbia); "These Are the
Capitol); "Silver Moon") Billy
Capitol); "Sivr Moon" )bill
Vaughn Do) t"Pangerl Heart
brea Ahead" (Jaye P. Morgan,
RC): "Say rou Do" The Four
Guys, Mercry); "Dream Boat"
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S"When I Let You Go" (Jerry tale,
Columbia).I
Vocalista of all sorts on'tew pop
albumis.the creamy-voiced "Kay
Atmea Sings". (MGM); more
flom '"'Ph of Paris' (Angel);
Yma Uaumac-tpe vocals by Dane
Adrian .en "Caribbean .Nights"
(RCA)( the throaty "Marlm Diet.
rich At the Cafe de Paris" (Co-
linmba) Wrish songs by Arthur
(odfreys Carmel Qqau (Colum-
bia); pop artists The Gaylords
(Mercury) and Tony Bennett
(Columbia).
Bymphony time-beautiful new
renditions of saint-Saens' Sym.
phony No. 3 iP C-Minor. Op. 78, by
the eHague Philharmonic (Epic);
Frank's Symphony in D-Minor by
Cantelli and the NBC Symphoany
(RCA); 8Sbellua' symphony No. 2,
in D Op. 43, by Slokowski and
SIhe BC Symphony (RCA). Lovely
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Ex- US Infantry
Officer To Lead
Himalaya Climb
ZURICH, Swiiaeran', March
30 (UP) A former U.S. infan-
try officer left yesterday for
Nepal where he will lead the 1955
International Himalaya expedi-
tion.
Norman G. Dyhrenfurth, son of
the famous Himalaya explorer,
Prof. G. 0. pyhrenfurth, headed
for Genoa, Italy, where he will
board a ship for India with the
two Austrian members of thp
expedition, Erwin Schneider and
Ernst Senn.
The American members, Fred
Beckey and Richard McGowan,
both of Seattle, Wash.. and Oeo.
Bell of Los Alamos, N.M., are
scheduled .to follow toward the
end of July. "


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- Friday will mark the close of
38 years of government service
for John W. Young, supervisory
ectronics engineer at Head-
quarters 15th Navar Distrilt.
"urig the past -30 years, he
haas forward the Navy eds-
tronils progga on the Isthmus.
Appoted associate radio eni-
neer in August 1925, Young engi-
Ueerei the. version from.
spark transmitters to tuge trans
hitters and dislned and super-
vised the construction of e
first Nayy broadcasting t in
the CanAl Zone.
"e enlisted in the Navy in
1927 and after World War I went
into the U. S. Naval Reserves,
received a reserve commission
and now holds the rank of cap-
tain.
He and his wife expect to
aave the Canal Zkne on Satur-
day and qake their home in
fort Lauderdale, Fla.


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and sympathy during my recent bereavement. I am
espa jally grateful to Rev. Cookson and the Mar-
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their prompt response at my time of need. Friends
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(-Ich Lenten ure d2% between the ', 0oit State,
AMP.M Ala an vrm-ipresien h 'oraa fp lroa to arrange
a d our fo.r t. 2 an Wploratorydo ference at a
R I%', ejalCbUx lf- Orar &- lwer level.
On Ur, eWL Cribe President Eiea owner has said
I O h bRAEf IM nOw he favors the first moves at a
S COUAGE OFNlvl below that Of heads of
Read ?h.in anasio4:1-23. B state.
ean do all things through hrit Present consultlatIos are un-
wH ichte .derstood to be ai umed at starting
Sl e talks with Russia with routine
Faith in Jes u rixt is thalt diplomatic exchaftng and work-
lch so transfigurs. life that ngup the chainOf command to
there is an everpreent hopeand-if all
e and courage forl the future. io a. .. m. t.
A popular writer has recently -ea r itt an h
l Tus of a u a mind Th re ight be a beLter
S commented thus on her Illnesschance fs cce f ita-
S"Once I wondered ow' I could .iv,-' ..iq ,rom o. ,mm."
i Imake the best Of It: now I won- Churchill said U. "fO, i. however,
t der how I can make, the most the heads V w ments, 1have
w Faith is the approach to life iHowever, he nothing .
S which enables us to make the excled"s ,byrit nthe drive
Smost of t, out of Its difficulties a e some form ofmeet-
Sand problems as well as it priv- lg. And he obs e ofu the gen-
lieges ani opportunities. Our eral international atmosphere:
concern is to find the power The Prime Mi nister discussed
to face our pain and trouble. We Ie prospects for talks With Rus-
Sdont want an analysis nor an a under the prodding of La-
S esa, but courage.. t esu borite William Warbey who was
Christ. who givesus that cour- attempting to smok out Chur-
age, St. Paul well knew. chill's reported ,etlarsent plans.
age,............. i Warbey asked if Churchill*
It is obvious that a sorrowin w aten topkd-leelChur-hl
Smother, laid low by the death would attend to el ir
of a beloved child, cannot often power talks if they were ar-
reason In any fashion. But-in randea.
time she learns to see that In CLurchllsidesteppetheques-
sorrow she has found an under-, t4on-
anding of the Cross of Christ e i futur seld."he said
hat enables her to enter into "and I should not like to plunge
the lives of others with helpful- too deeply into it t after-
ness and understanding. She noon."
learns to make not only the best Milion
of her bereavement but the most mi--
of it. iN o
mun- Courage In every department -
_.e of life is born of the conviction A
inton that Go dis acting in us and UU[
l'to through us. We must have this -CK Oi
e"_1-" assurance in a world whose vast- -
re v ness is beyond the comprehen- I I
nWIW slon of the human mind. The RI I
dust- knowledge that God can touch .0 ..... e o
Now- my heart an well as yours In Je- I fyourthroatlis raw.is: 8or4
ew as well as yours m i n Je from coughing do6't delay ... got
d., usChrist. But wemust keep In Buckley's Canad-ol MixtU.r right
orett, A i" r.. away. Pour youretf a spoonful ofoh wthim
.- r v--o -^ 7 ----..---- W n3 i a l m edication ... hod it
for the recovery of his mother. in your mouth a minute ... then
His smaUl daughter with that # waol w it F. it ,spread
L vaca- almost cruel intuition of small dowa your throat... b -r u
S children n said, "Frather, I think the tck, chon. ,gm,--adai
It would be better If you prayed phm ... M asoothingr a protective
plea" at other times, too and not on- imovr those heot, irritated mm-
ly when you wish grandmother bmrias ... arryin u
to get well." Yes, cOurage and N a to the atube.
conviction flow from regular IAh-h you'l My, i n
communion with Him in the have. .- i ia Buek-
-- g e y livin.r for a
tor throu our L oinexpense'l
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RADIO DYNAFLOW WW TIRES
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OUR PRICE $ 1,315.00


1952 QOLDS: SUPER 88
WITH EVERYTHING! STATES BOOK $1,475.00

QtR PRI;4 1,345.00QQ


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(HI OPRACTORS
DOn. A. en V. OLRILLAC;
'Palmi Grduatesi,
"Chiropratc adds life to vees
end years to life."
IM P -rt Avenue TeL $-1
it block from Lux Theutrei


HARNETT & DUNN
BALLROOM DANCE STUDIO
CTELL EL PANAMA. SUITE 111
to 10 p.m.-Adults, Pro-teens
STc-cr ets. By appointment only.
t'.lrnirq BalbidO 2-4239
After 5 p.m ... Panma 3-1n66'

"Insure In
Sure Insurance"
onlorl
AGENCIES JIM RIDGE
Phone Panama 2-0552
4th of July Avenue No. 14-28
i e ":' :. .12:0 iand l3fe-5:1:
Sqt'r.f 9: 3e 4: 900
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Canal Zone Dental Polyclinic
Dr. C. E. FAbrega D.D.S.
Denture- s'ridge work-air hrlsive
e u(Gencral Prrcllee
lIvoll (4111 of July) Ave. No. 21A24
oppositee Ancon School Playground)
Telephone -2011l-Panama.


CANAL ZONE LADIES. .
HANDS of skill create
HEADS of beauty for EPCTer

Beauty Salon
Balboa Tel. 36771

MASSAGES
wor every kind of misccle ache and/
tr Jangled jaded' nedtve teVthe 13
PanamA Mmassae alone, Tel. 3-.10,
axten. a36. from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
E 1anama MasoSalOn
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tANSFO AXRI.Tf .
Persko Ihlppe Mover
Pnes 24451 2-35
PANAMA," tin 62 'v
Riding Juping classes daily
5 ta 5 P.hn Ph1n B-Q279
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LIBRERIA PRECIADO
7 Street No. 13
MORRISON
4th of July Ave. a J St.
FOTO DOMY
.u.In, Arnumm.na Ave. and S St.


LOURDES PHARMACY
112 La Cansqaula
CASA ZALDO"
Cetral Ave. SU
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
No. 2 Lottery Plaza


FARMACIA LOMBARDO
fourth of Julr Ave.
Agencla Internal. de PUblioaciones
4U CSntral Av.
FARMACIA LUX
FPrque Lef*ve I ik et


LEWIS SERVICE
Ave TlvoU HN. t
FARMACIA ESTADO. UNIDOS
IN.4 eNw l Ame.
FARMACIA VAN.DfR.DIJS
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FOR SALE-21r
5-p. auxillery ,
two. Tel. 2-14TAJ


TAT
Battle.
TIRES & TUBES
No. 31
Automobile Row
Tel. X-0624


Mueic For Your Vacation, Visit
"LA POTAL.," 13-142 Central
Ave., wer en vunbelivable
pro-inveoli ale k n record b
taking plte 12 for $1, one .foe
10 cents. Come in now!

COMFORTABLE "Motor-sailer"
on route to Florida. Can accom-
modote two on share the ox-
pense basis April. Frank Porter,
BIlboa Yaet Club.

FOR SALE
Miscellaneous

JOIN THE TREND towards mod-
ern window covering, using match
stick bamboo draperies and cur-
tains. Custom-made in all sizes
and any color for immediate de-
livery. Venetian blinds, recondi-
tioning services. Free estimate.
Call 2-3063 or 3-4904. Distri-
buted by Productos de Madero.
S.A., 98 tCentral Ave., between
Kodak Building and Fifth Ave-
nui Store.

FOR SALE!-4 Electric Mules
(Yale) with station for charging
batteries. Bargain price. See at
*Mue#e Ingles. Phones 2-0550,

P0! SALE:- Kohler 11/2-Kva.
4leOKfc plant, fully automatic
$3 3-0025. Ask for Rich-

fOt SALE: Portable sewing
machine, Universel motor $30.
Westinghouse laundromat. Tel.
3-4502. No. 16 Jose de Fabre-
.:.gg, Apartment No. 3.

PFOR SALE: Aquariums, four
20-gallon tanks with lights; ono
40-gallon with light. Very cheap.
House 5457 Diablo.

FOR SALI:-$250: */4-ton G.I.
air-conditioner, used 4 mother.
Priced for quick sale. Returning
home. Phone 83-7249.

FOR SALE: One geed large
riding hoerse. $20. Can be seen
at Chive Chive NFF Club. Cell
81-18or.i w 87-71= 0, '


FOR SALE
Household


. FOR SIALEp-13-piece 4-strand
Rattan living room suite; dining
room suite Mohr, table, 6 ineirs,
china closet; bedroom suite:
mahogany double bed. inner-
spring mattress, chest of draw-
ars; refrigerator, 60-cycle; eae
stove, 4-burner; Ironing board,
two table lamps. Can be seen:
N House No. 7, Apt. 15, 45th St.,
Bella Vista.


FOR SALE: *- Living room set,
plastic upholstered; mahoeony
tables; maholony double bed;
Encyclopedia Americana w/-
bookcase. Phone 2-3077.
FOR SALE: 3- piece modern
bedroom suite, Mengel: light
oak dresser, chiffonier, double
bed (new$. Half price. Les
Cumbres 4th St. 414; Phone
3020.
FOR SALE: Household floods
comprising the following: One
electric cloqk; one bedside stand;
one single bed with spring, mot-
tress aodd pillow; one metal
dresser; six choirs; one metal
chiffonier; one library table. Al-
so: Various items of clothing,
shirts, towels, sheets, etc. The
above ore the property of Eddie
Cochrene. deceased and the in-
dividual items will be sold to the
highest bidders on Saturday,
Aoril 9, 1955 between the hours
of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. In Beoch-
e'sr Quorters No. 1604. Apart-
ment No. 8, Cristoabol, C.Z.
FOR SALE.-7-.cu6ic feet Gen-
eral Electric refrigerator, 60-
cycle. like new $195. Panama
2-1881.
FOR SAI.E:-Leaving orea: Ben-
dix Economat washing machine.
60-cycle $100; General Electric
twin fans, practically new, 60-
cycle $75; General Electric Iron-
er, cabinet model, 60-cycle $95;
General Electric fan, 10-inch
teble iodel, 6-0cycle $J 5. Cell
Corozan 80-4115.
FOR SALE.-New gas stove, 4-
burner (new In ase). Cheap for
cash. No. 27-24 Ave. Cube,
Apt. No. 2.


Too MaBy Oerak,

Too Few 61s; Senatile

Comlmtee Checking


WAi &t lOttI, March 30 (UP)
- 'he Sen-ate Armal Mervices
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FOR SALE
Automobiles


FOR SALE:- 1953 lord Con-
vertible. Sacrifice sale. Excellent
condition. Radio, w/s/w, .under-
coat. Moke on offer. Phone 84-
6182 evenings. Kobbe I118-A.


FOR SALE:-1949 Chevrolet 4-
door sedan, good condition.
5286 Morrison Street, Diable._
FOR SALE: Bergein, 1953
Chevrolet $1200. Leaving for
States Saturday. 5330 Davis,
Call 2-3186.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
"Bel Air," Powerglide, radio,
tinted Floss, w/s/w, $1825.
House 51 New Cristobal, 31/2
Street. 3-2700.
FOR SALE:-1954 Morris Minor
2-door sedan. Office 83-4225,
home 86-6179.
FOR SALE:- 1947 Kaiser Se-
don. Low mileage, one owner,
$265. 5615-1p, Diablo. Phone '
2-4412.
FOR SALE:-1952 Dodge four-
door sedan. Now point job. Run
like a new oqa. Priced to sell.
SMOOT & HUNNICUTT. 4.A.,
Colon. Phone 800. '
FOR SALE: .eargaoi. 1953
Chevrolet Station Wagon. Low.
m i I a a g e. Excellent condition.
Good tires. SMO&T k& HIUNMNI
CUTT. S.A. Colon. Phone 800.
FOR SALE:-. argin,'eonly
$750, 1951 Studebaker 4-dore
seden. Good conditlen. Low mile-
age. SMOOT &r HUNNICUTT,
S.A. Coloen. Phone 800.
FOR SALE:-1 ergai n, 1947
Plymouth Club Coupe. Ga0
transportation, and mechanical
condition good. Only $275.
SMOOT & HUNNICUTT, S. A.,
Colon. Phone 800.
FOR SALEj--IBerain. 'Vriced to
paint, eoa d the. Only $I S.
SMOOT & HUNNICUTT, S. A.,
Colon. P 64e, 00..
FOR SAL; -I"I er i a i o only
$245, ,1947 ge Convertible
C 6 p (,^1 tnmM-eo
HUNp 0i"u' W el,
ephen. 7


MISCELLANEOUSf FOR RENT


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Rainy Weather Forecast


For Last Half Of April
an


oUCmmILtee toaay LOOK mhe mi-
SAEF TransrA -, Itar., services to LasaK zor in- The following weather condl-
I jAF il IrpoIS creaseinr the number of gen- tons are based on the records of
Up eraLs and admirals while re-the past 48 years and may be
Suciln enlsted strength. expected to occur in the Canal
Ta ca y Imis vot ..ed.o I Zone and vicinity during April.
SThe committee voted to Im- WEATHER: There will be a
Spouse a limitation on suchOf- change toward rainy-season con-
erunttcan eck herditions during the latter half of
REENVLLE, Mias., March 30 into this apparent Imb ce"the month with a general de-
(UP) An Air Force flight in- between chieia and ana. cease in wind movement, an
apructor was killed today b a iub increase in humidity and conse-
rmnaway transport plane that A bruvea n tmee reo it a quent uncomfortable, muggy
shattered a jet trainer In its path' russe th e uer"Cem i tsiweather. Moderate to heavy
and wound up In fames I .aIsclosed thatthe services planshowers may be expected during
diack shop jammed with Air to Increase the number of gen-Ithe last week in April. The av-
Force personnel and civilians. thers and amerals to 28 i [e rage rainfall for April is 2.68
,Three persons were Injured, the coing fiscal year although Inches at Balboa Heights. 3.04
one seriously, as the big Curtiss manpower stregt will be cuncheb at Madden Dam, and 4.12
commando transport hurtled a- to 2,860.000 men. Inches at Cristobal.
cross the main flight line at The services presently have TEMPERATURE: April l nor-
reenville Air .Force Base. At 1,25u star-rank officers with an mally our warmest month, andI
V14. from'wthe small snack aLtIve outy strength of aoout the highest temperatures of the
ratch m rmped a 132,UU000 en. At the height of year may be expected. The nor-
op that wa crumpled and sethe Korean War, when there mal mean temperature lI 81 de-
l. jet trainer, with were about 3,70 0,000 nn in un- ree. Daily highest and lowest
T ie TrI-uctra j studen, t form, there were 1,21. .,, erature5 will average 90 and
Sstandngucorbeside an a student 74 degrees at Balboa Heights
only plane In the path of the Answer t Prtlou P
tranpo that broke loose a 1t I gtre I t Fw-fn%
as being warmed up for a | f
"It was a miracle that there AH WR
weren't more Injuries." said Col. i MU
John Chick, commanding officer I Drupe fruit 1 Cao t
of the training base. .SS nm -- Ualya.lW IIs
The dead Instructor was Iden- pim euk o 2 I1*0
fled as lit Lt. Rubert M. Pierce. i m .o o q
of Suffolk Va. l I. nids pegsowt 4g""
He had B completed a train- ata
sis flight LB tn trlznUe with the .
iret pilot. Identified as Clifford iut 4 P
chii sd the transport, a wr coet 8 7W 4lation


v Ifa cr w h, Io wasiho- 10 G et up 19 Adjuted S3 mal am
pitallsd with a broken 0ulder. 21 Powerful 20 1I3m 37 3uropepan 4 MmI wds
The crew f a the controls. 1*0 3g8 ce m -.0
. .t .. engines rrn 1S e MCurehlos Courtsiye anw 4t$i "
C chick i. s aulIs .&.
The big D mmna d '1 =dize
trainer "tB t pltowqd l in- vay
ew Xr, ,'t.waJn@ oS |w'C i .. .....

3fondall The e 1w u K T I -1
oremnto Im d=Ytreed bly the S _Arm&W n ^a j | title
Sflanmes that swept the _Sack
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and 85 and 78 degrees at Cristo-
bal. The highest and lowest
temperatures on record for A-
pril are 97 and 64 degrees at
Balboa Heights, 98 and 60 de-
grees at Madden Dam. and 94
and 72 degrees at Cristobal.
HUMIDITY: Relative humidi-
ty will increase during the lat-
ter half of the month. The aver-
age for the month is about 77
per cent at all stations.
CLOUIB AND SUNSHINE:
Cloudiness will Increase as the
rainy season approaches. There
will be an average of about 7
hours of sunshine daily or 60
per cent of the amount possible.
FOGS: Nighttime and early-
morni1g ,9ogs may be expected
occalionaly over the Gaillard
Cut sections of the Canal and
the central section of the Isth-
mul along the Trans-Tsthmian
highway, but none is likely to
occur at either of the Canal en-
traceb. Most of the fogs form a-
round midnight and dissipate
before 8:30 a.m.
WINDS: Northerly winds of an
average velocity of about 13
miles per hour will prevail on
the Atlantic side. The Pacific
side will have northwest winds
predominating with an average
speed of about 9 miles per hour.
Maximum velocities greater than
35 miles per hour are not likely
to occur on either coast. The
one generally severe storm on
record occurred on April 3-5.
1915, when a maximum wind
velocity of 37 miles per hour was
recorded. High winds, heavy"
rMna and rough aeas lasted ior
P days.


Panama Line


Sailings


Capt. Edward B. Hutchinson,
f=rtml, captain of the Port in
Balbfoa, m d Mrs. Hutchinson are
smf the 8 .passMeWg booked
ft MOrthbound tri of the
liner Cr lC to New
'We+ B rtek.

8RatuniY on the
SM.beMr. and
-ImS M re who have
Wng their daughter,
3 '"ea0"d] ZrW-'overnor, for
vew week. Mr. .Ma&glrt
SPana annal em


RESORT


phonb THOMPSON .1 bo.ba
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FOR RENT: Beach.-ae
Cliff Acs. Sleeps 3. lPh ne l-
kn 3022. after $ p.m. .
POR tENT:--Lakeflkomnt eH
vicinity Bear Harbor, M=eo.
Every conveninc. Aaemni1-
does six. fishing, swimming bd
boating. Cool climate. Available
Jrno. July, August. Phoe 2-
4412.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES, one mile
past Santo Clara. Low ratesA.-
Phone Balboa 1866.


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Houses
FOR RENT:--Small chlet, one
bedroom, living dining r oo m,
kitchen. Moderate rent. General
Jos de San Martin Ave. No. 6,
d0wflustairs.
FOR RENT:-Weodsa and son-
arte house. 2 bedrooms, living
rom, dining room, kitchen, two
bathrooms. Street bere "Bar-
Sriod Dominge Diea," Hos
SNeo 9. Write ox. 422 Ajcon.
Phone 3-2897. :+__
1FOR RENT: Second floor of
residenor on General Jos San
Martin Avenue No. 6: Four bed-
oms living room, dining room,
kitbeln, large porch. Inquire
ground floor.
FOR RIET:-3-1bo- m chalet.
Batenie 301. Comfortable. Tol-
ephone 3-5300.
FOR RENT: -Concete bune-
' low: 3 bedrooms, S services,
perior, dining room, big closed
porch, kitchen, maid's room,
w 1shroms, eroage, hot water
connections, $135. Sonny Ioy,
Sebonas. Phone 3-3041.

FOR RENT
Apartmrent
ATTENTION G.l.1tL ut built
modern furnished apartments, 1
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel.
Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT:-Furnished and un-
furnished 2 nd 4-room.modem
a. apartments. Contact Alhambra
Apartments, 10th Street. Phono
1-386, Colon.
FOR RENT: -- Apartment, two
bedrooms, 2 porches, very inde-
penident. Furnished $85, unfur-
nished $75. 43rd Street # 1-91.
, FOR RENT:- Furnished apart-
ment, G.I.-inspectd. Vie Porras
No. 99, Phoneo -2041.
FOR RENT-For couple, Ideael
living, bedroom, kitchen-dinn
tte. Calle Darien No.I8 (street
from 4th July Avenue).
FOR RINTs Modern part-
ment, w eo living-din-
In, 5 uAmese
mane AnA im top floor.
FOR RENT-: -'w omn.prt-
ment, "Vleihos Mleml," eem-
pletely fumrihd, Inludln re-
frigr, toer. hoee,t water, has
two ItdIrem, Mliving rm, difn-
ing room, etc., Independent en-
trance. oll Vista, 4rd Street
27.
FOR RENT:-2-bedroom apart-
mont in duplex hokm e. Refer-
eter, stove. erame, fenced yard,
laundnr tube. American nolh-
bors. 9th Street, Son Franclco,
$80. Call GQmbo 4-M1 .
FOR RENT:-Fur lehked aprt-
mont, roftIlWotor, gSe steve. Vi
Eapalet house before Juan
Franco.
FOR RENT--One-bodroom fur-
nished aprtmoat R Ave. Peru
facing the park. Phone 3-3091
or 3-074 ,
FOR RENT:-2-b--mrom aPsl-
mont: Living-dioinil rom, bath-
ram, maid's room with bath-
room. Includes gangs EI Co-
groi "A" Street. Phone 3-214.

gers for New York eight pawsn-
gers will sail for Port-au-Prince,
Haiti. They are: Robert A. Allen;
Mrs. Marvine N. David and In-
fant son: Dr. and Mrs. WUn am
A. Wethers: and' Mr. and Mrs.
M. M. Adler and son.
The complete advaie palsen-
ger list for New York follows:
Mr. -Steve Bertko; MIl Mary
Bartko; Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Bederson and son; Mr. and Mrs.
Harry V. Cain; Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Casey: Mario Castro;
0. Marice Congdon; Mr. and
Mrs. David Z. Dickson; Donald
Dunham: Mrs. Maria Ehnran
and Mr. and Mrs. Francis 0.
Farrell.

Mrs. Lena 11. Ortha; Mr.
and Mrs. Robert i. L od4M1:
Mr. and Mrs. Re D.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh D. Hal. ap
2 children; Mr. and Mrb. Togepli
Hinnigan. Jr., Mr. and -MIS.
Thomas Howell; Gapt. and Mrs.
Niward B. Hutchlnaon; Dr. and
Mrs. Alfred 3. Johizon; Mrs.
_Marlne Kane; Mr. and Mrs. H.
Clyton Kendall; Mr. and Mrs
George F. Little; Mr. and Mrs
ldward J. Luea; Mr.-and Mr.
Juanes F. Mag~re) Herbert 7.
MLore: Mr. andMrs. UslvftE T.
nppendick; Mr. C~ela M
Parmeter; Mr. and Mrs. ThonAu
pMcod and .two ehlld1h3en 8 1!
MM. Margaret M. PlqL. t.
Mr. and Mr. John 1.R'
Ind stepson, Robert'; l

Rid Mrs.


FORD TUDOR SEDAN. A ear that will please the most disorl. '4
minating buyer, cleai 4d neat throughout. Full priwe '
$1250.00.

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Phillips. Oceankid c ottages ,.
Santa Clara. Box 435. Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877. Cristo-
bal 3-1673.

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Cottages. Modern conveniernces
moderate rates. Phone Gamboo
6-441.

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Sante Clara. Phone Balboa 3681
for reservltioes.


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.,VE AND WAR, and although these lovely lades are certainly not antlepat-
Smeeting y t at he t he Commandant 15th Naval Di Mi.. M.S. s prMesenehd 16 mem ber of the advancedfirst aid course with their
certificates. Under the leader ship of Mrs. Louise Sanchez, these service wives
t fx weeks brush ng up apd impro ving their first aid "know how." The course,
i etia n oft the Nation Red Cro, features roller band ng.and traction splint-
ng a, -ia open to anyone who has completed their beginning first aid course.
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1' RCA Denies Charge
la RCA Of Di esin Ch g Mother, if it Is necessary to put your baby on bottle
Si f Violating feeding, choose milk of the highest quality, containing
.S otisa" y Sherman Act the e .ential nutritive elements to assure normal
-i o N- Radio aor.ofmer0 (UP)oday growth. PrMpred especially by Nestle's, LACTOGEN
.Srn' uda Arilentered a general denial to fed- provides a scientific balanced diet and now has the
3 .. SHervice Center, Sunday, April eral charges of violatin( the
a5n, -Cuba 3rd, at 8:00 p.m. 8herman Act, and asked dismis- additional advantage of being enriched with vitamins
A on zisen, their Directed by Mrs. Betty Hab- sal of the government's anti-
'-d their daughter erstick, who is in charge of the trust suit.n aid togrowth,to helpdevelopstrongbonesnd
.l yfor Havan r Cu-Amador Service Club, the cast Last November, the govern- sound teeooth, and with iron to guard against anemia.
,'l.- n saaurds, is made up solely of personnel meant filed a civil anti-trust
will ob e his from Fort Amdr complaint charging RCA with
r t thel Havana 8Sns- A free trip to the San Bias Is- monopoly and restraint of trade
which-ill be followed by lands will be given as a door in the television field. The gov-
reptio. The sens chose tolrse number. This has been enet sought an inunction to
itiig1Cn .. rIr ain,. CAANEfrom crQA.
Se e.Aftechaiber of Commerce. A cordial in .the 'and white TV s o o A NESTCES ive t c c
tb to ,Pan patent D lpg policies have
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'Onr 61 Ireland'# "lead-
have o fft he de toda PlIrishca u
rt G ac 30 riter.aheata. Mainly ot aRe
e ano oodefa ol Iy toat e L TA MERCANTE GRANCOLOMBIANA, S. A.
eseountry's history a "tisau toie
mprobble with fine contempt AN N 0 UNCES E
Sr the elementary logic that
obe'O'. nM s mmt .-were WEST COAST SERVICE
u en contained thin an article Inthe na-
Mh h Ahe Forces..the firstof a series by leadingn DE CALl" nex saing o West C Po s, March 30,
the bundle of contradictions
c.cA n 'y which threads tl ough the Iraish
a Ca cel "We have no political alliance
except for the fact that our WILFORa & MCKAY, INC.
SM r nces worst enemy seems to be our
best friend," said O'Carroll, a MASONIC BUILDING CRISTOBAL, CANAL ZONE. TELEPHONES: CRISTOBAL 2998, 1760. 2535
SMarch 30 prlest-teacher at a Dublin Col-
A MeriwetherMWS lege. m MODERN REFRIGERATED SPACE AVAILABLE
~. nceled a Ihistory were we so closely unit-
Votedfial appearncu ed demographically, economical-
S .e.a u of "excessive lVand culturally with England..-mm-mM MMM
Statiotcally one in every ten
bm;uty expects to be well Irishmen emigrates, but since
ft .tomorrow, however, Ireland broke the connection T
In a fashion show with England, they all go to that ,I
by the Califor- country."
Creators. The show Ireland, however, he said, Ide-
.the current Cherry spite all the changes over the ..
J val here. years "still exists us a separate
Viss Mertwether national entity. If the Irish did
-ONe penalty for an not vanish in any of the awful
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Sin San Francisco de la Caleta, will compete against Mexico's rising young star Eliceo Gomez this
n iday. Two weeks ago Gracia turned in an excellent exhibition at La Macarena and hopes to
"We even better this time. Gomez and Oracia will fight specially imported pure-bred Mexican
-kluls. Fans are invited to visit the Macarena to see the bulls between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. to-
Ztaowapd Friday.


Gun Club Notes Cleo Burns And
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C BTOBAL GUN CLUB NOTES The Police had only four mem- Cerveceria Finalists
bers present but they were the Ann, Little Again
1U The "Runnng Man" took a best of the Atlantic Side force. A Lit A a
beat lat Sunday when the Their score of 768 should have
riflial Gun Club and the Cris- been good enough to win but the The third Annual Cerveceria
S 1obl Police renewed their rival- Gun Club was seeking revenge finals will be held at Gambos
Sry over the police course. Indi- for the 14 point defeat they suf- Bunday and the same two gals
S4dual scores were exceptionally fered two weeks ago. As most are playing e4ch other agair
as o0ly one shooter failed shooters will agree, it is much this year. Cleo Burns has piay-
S reach the 190 bracket. Swim sweeter to win by 1 point than ed in the finals every year o1
Sand Smibth fired 195 and 194 for 50. the tournament, but has yet tc
1st and 2d pace. Police Hardi- win. This could be her year but
*on also fired a 104 to take 3rd. CRISTOBAL GUN CLUB her seasoned adversary, Anne
T'O. 4booters fired a possible on Little, Just seems to loaf along
*4hm ziVg man-and all others hit Swim 195 until the chips are down and
Sor at least 9 out of 10 shots. Smith 194 "bang." it's all over and a new
'reA to the match It was ex- Glasser 191 record is In the books.
S. .* that four teams o would Snyder 189
pete. One each from the The first flight finalist, Ruth
P u, On Club, Army and Na- 769 Lincoln and Rae Hughes are ex-
w, 'However Sunday morning pected to battle right down to
courage the majority CRISTOBAL POLICE the last hole. *
s from attending. The McNellly and Rhodes will bat-
men. present (2 Hardison 194 tie for second flight honors.
1 Army) JoMled forces Stewart 192 Charlene Howard and Marlop
lone civilin to fire an Cronan 191 Tubbs will face each other In
-team score of f Jor a Fettler 191 the third flight.
win over the Gristobal --
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Matches will start at 8:30 a.m.
Sunday. After completion of
play Cerveceria will be host at
the Gamboa Club at a Cervece-
ria buffet and presentation of
prizes.

Fasllich Leaguers

Annual Party Set

For Tomorrow P. M.
The annual party of the play-
ers and player pool of the Fast-
lich Teenage League will be
held Thursday evening at the
Jewish Welfare Board on La
Boca Road at 7:00 p.m.
This party is tendered every
season by the League's sponsor,
Adalbert Fastlich, at which time
he usually distributes the tro-
phies to the winning teams. But
this year's playoff for the title
won't start till the week of April
11 due to the Easter holidays.
Thd usual sufficiency of food
and sweets will be on hand. As
an extra dainty morsel, the
World Series of 1954 will be
shown.
Don't fail to get in early as
there aren't many seats. If you
want to get a good seat for the
World Series, you can't afford to
be late.
The managing personnel and
all the members of the various
committees are also invited, as
well as the umpiring force.
Don't forget: 7:00 p.m. J.W.B.
on La Boca road.

Atlantic Pony

League's Annual

Dinner Tomorrow
The Atlantic Pony League
will hold Its annual dinner at
the Margarita C Iu b house,
Thursday evening, March 31.
All players, managers. eoah-
", mascts and league offi-
cials are requested to be pres-
ent by 6:M pm.m
Players are remnhted that
their admission to this dinner
Is one clean uniform, less cap,
returned to their maagene at
the door.


LAS VEGAS PATOFT
Vegas, Nev.-O(NMA-4.
for the Tournamoa
plons golf tournament
Id at the Desrt mn to
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Service Sports

Battery A, 504th FA Battalion,
Fort Kobbe softball Champions
and current holder of the Life-
liner Trophy, has taken a sub-
stantial ead toward retaining
the cup in 1955 competition with
265 points.
Company D, 33d Infantry Re-
giment is second with 176 points
followed by G Company with
159.
Points 'awarded so far this year
include activity in' battalion and
post softball tournaments bat-
talion and post track and field
teams, Lifeliner baseball team
and participation with- the Life-
liner singing platoon.


Grapefruit

League


By UNITED PRESS
At Orlando, Fla.
Cincinnati 000 020 004-5 8 0
Washington 010 000 000-1 3 0
Fowler, Pearce (6) and Bailey.
Stone, Abernaty 9) and Oldis.
WP Fowler. LP Stone. HR
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At St. Petersburg, Fla.
St. Louis "B" 022 010 001-8 11 1
N. Y. "B" (A) 200 000 000-2 8 1
Blaylock, Ludwig (5), Jacobs
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and Berberet. WP Blaylock.


In addition to points received L Opai.
for capturing the softball title
Battery A acquired 25 points fo At Lakeland, Fla.
each of its seven members on New York (A) 050 000 010-6 9
the Life liner baseball team. Detroit 010 000 000-1 6 2
Play in the Ft. Clayton com-%
pany level basketball tourna- Turley, Morgan (6) and How-
ment is scheduled to et under- ard. Garver, Gromek (6) and
way April 11. Team rosers, which House. WP Turley. LP Oar-
are limited to twelve cagers, are ver.
due into the Special Services Of- .
ficers not later than April 5. A l At Jacksonville, Fla.
games are slated for the Ft Brooklyn 301 100 000-5 4 1
Clayton Gymnasium. Milwakee 003 100 000-4 7 3
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Entries are restricted to teams
representing Company, Battery
or similar size units, which have
been determined as champions
or representatives of their res-
p ective battalions or organize.
ions. NCAA Basketball Associa-
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The championship will be de.-
termined on the basis of the best
won-lost record. Awards have
been planned for the winning
hoopaters and the runMhB-up.

Prof's Mathematical

Formula Predicts

Running Reco s
BR3E Y., Calif.. rmh 30
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Boston 003 000 000-3 5 1
Chicago (A 01 120 0O-5 13 1
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By FRED DOWN
N~W YORK, March 30 (UP)-.Manager Wddie
Stanky of the St. Louis Cardinals shifted Stan iMu
sial to first. base today and formed a brilliant young
outfield which he said'"is potentially the best Ire
ever seep."
Rookie Viiill Virdon, key man in tries.WMle the triumph gave the
the new alignment, was installed Cube-a 6-1 edge over.the Amer-
in centerfield with Wally Moon icah League champions this
the National League's rookie 0f sprig,'
the year in 1954, taking over i' Toama delivered his second
left field and Rip Repulskl play-n rdWdong hit In the ogy
ing right field. Virdon, 23, hit g es he's played this
.333 for Rochester in the Inter- p when his two-run, ninth-
national League last season In hoer gave the Pirates a
while Moon, 25, hit .304 and Re- 9-8-gt over the Kansa8 City
puiski, 27, hit .283 for the Car- Athlet. It was the sixth
dinals. tight win for the surprising
"Potentially, I've got to say its Pirates who finished eighth the
the best trio I've ever seen," last thMe years.
Stanky said, "In a couple of
years they may be reminding St. The Athletles had a scare
Louis fans of the Muslal-Mpore- when otherr Bobby Shantz
Slaughter combination that was was sn tk on the left side of
the best in the league, the head by a liner off the bat
"Muslal's shift to first base of roblkt Earl Smith. Shants,
Involved up problem, since the a 24-game winner In 1952, was
great slugger has played the, carried off the field on a
position at least part-time in stretcer but X-rays revealed
eight of his 13 big league cam- no fracture and his only ap-
paigns. He played both first parent injury was a out ear.
base and outfield last season Pitchers Bob Turley, Art Fow-
when he hit .330. His switch ler and. Herb Score all turned In
to first rounds out an field Imaressve performances to buoy
which also has Red Schoen the kew York Yankees, Cincin-
diensi at second bae, SoUly natsRdlegs and Indians.
Hemue or Alex Grammas at Turley acquired from the Bal-
shorttop and roolde Ken Boy- timore orioles, was Impressive
er at;thrd base. for the first time this spring as
"With Byer, Moon, Virdon and he pitched shutout ball for five
Re ulski in the lineup, you've innings in the New York "A"
got t sy the Cardinals' farm team's 6-1 win over the Detroit
system Is really paying off," Tigera. Centerfielder Mickey
Stanky pointed out. "It seems Mantle also starred with a 400-
that every year I've been with foot home run. ,.
the club its turned up good roo- Fowler, one of CincinnatVs two
kies." opening-day mound candidates,
Stanky's new lineup made its collaborated with Jim Pearce in
debut at St. Peteriburg, Fla.., athree-hitter as the Redlegs
yesterday and looked excellent downed the Washington Sena-
in turning'back the New York tore; 5-1. Score salvaged some-
Yankees' "B" team 4-2. Moon, thihg for manager Al Lopez out
Virdon and Boye all omerre in of the debacle with the Cubs by
an 11-hit assault on Ed Lopat hurling three scoreless innings.'
and Tommy Byrne. The Oardi- The brilliant rookie has allowed:
nals break camp today and only three hits and fanned 101
had north with the Chicago In nine Innings.
White Box. The Orioles took advantage of1
Shortstop Ernie Banks of the Robin Roberts' wildness to beat
Chicago Cubs and centerflelder the Philadelphia Phillies, 6-3;
Frank Thomas of the Pittsburgh Duke Snider blasted a three-run
Pirates, meanwhile, continued homer off previously-qwcored-
their red-hot hitting. on rookie Humberto Bobinson to
Banks, who had vel it on lead4te Brooklyn Dodgers t.. a
Monday, smashed a homer, dou- 5-4 win over the Milwaukee
ble and single yesterday to lead Braves and the Chleago White
the Cubs to a 9-7 victory over sox edged out the Boston Red
the Cleveland Indians. Banks Box, 5-3, in other exhibition
now has eight hits in his last tol games.


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Cimp Losey At Clayton T


Panama's armed forces cham-
pion, bpecial ITOOpa, had its
back against the wam woaay witn
little joe Meyers, Its ace left-
hander, put to the task of stop-
ping Camp Losey's Eagles from
making a sweep of tAe Carlo- V j .
bean bommana baseball series.
Troops manager Howard
Scnaue nmacaeu he wou~ d adar, PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
mthe smooth-working portslder
for the second time in tme play- Second Half Team standings
ot min an attempt to nalt t e Won Lost Pet.
two-game strea& compiled by the Spur Cola ......... 7 1 .875
Antihes visitors. Gibraltar Life ..... 6 2 .7501
Lincoln Life ...... 4 5 .444
The third contest is set for to- Seymour Agency ... 4 5 .444
night at 7:30 at Clayton lek. Police ............. 3 6 .555
Un the other ledger, manager Elks 1414 .......... 2 7 .222
Bob Cronin said Oriando Rodrl- P
guez, a 4-0 hurler during the Elks 1414 4 Lincoln Life 3 lt
regular campaign, wul start on In a nip and tuck contest, the o
the slab for Losey. Elks yesterday took the measure u
of the Lincoln Lifers. Tommy tv
The Eales beat little Joe n Bright toed the mound for the C
S4-1, 10-'"ning opener al- Lodgemen and went the dis- g
though the visitors only col- tance, giving up only three hits
elected two infield hits until and setting down ten would-be H
the fatal 10th inning. Monday hitters on strikes. He also helped w
they won an 8-4 game, break- his own cause by getting three F
ing a 4-all deadlock in the hits, a perfect day at the plate, a
eighth All In all Tommy was the star of d
the game. n
Injuries continued to plague Wee Willie Engelke drew the fi
the Troopers. Left fielder Moe pitching assignment for the
Mirqin and Jack Meyer. who Lifers and was greeted witn four e
made acatchini start last Sat- hits ad three runa in the Initial V
urday, aredoubtf l starter to- trame. He pitchedgood ball aft- h
night. Bill Mills. a dependaleoer the shaky start. The Lifers C
utility man who turned in a threw a scare in the final n- ti
standout stint on the mound nin when Perky Parker started o
Monday before the roof fell tthe Inning with a booming fi
aggravated a leg injury and may triple. However, Bright rose to
be out for the series, the occasion and retired the t]
next three batters, thus protect- b
Third baseman Vic Haddock in a one run lead.
also is favoring his leg and Tomorrow there will be a cru- I
Schaae says his hitting is prob- cial game when Spur Cola tac- l
ably suffering from that. kles Lincoln Life with Perky It
Parker scheduled to do the o
Cronin, meanwhile, lauded chucking for the Insurance f
Bob Schlooberg for his pinch boys. With Parker on the mound w
performers Monday in the 8-4 the league leaders will have a p
win. tough game. t
Although Parker has not de- tl
Schlosberg's biggest trouble oc- feated the league leaders, it is
cured in the Trooper eighth not due to ineffectiveness. In
when they loaded the sacks with one game he tossed a one hitter,
one out. He then got Mills and but lost because the one hit was (i
Dale Baraks on strikes to end a home run for the only score
the uprising and leave way for of the game. On another occa-
the Eagles toscore the four de- silon he had to leave in the sixth P
ciding runs. Inning with score tied. Spur Co-
la has its big three ready, with
The situation was a repeat of Roy Watson no doubt getting
Saturday's game. Cronin got Bob the call. The Gibraltar fans will
Mayer to fly, out with the bases be rooting for Uncoln because a
full in the last of the ninth, and loss for Spur Cola, could give
Losey went on the produce three the Gibraltar lads the second
times in the 10th for the victory, half.
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In both games, a fact which isBassett ef ............ 0 0
worrying Cmonin. He thinks his McElhone 2b.......3. 0 0
Eagles "may be pressing too Dubois 2b ............ 3 1 1
harl at the plate. They stood Parker as .......... 2 1
in taking called strikes and Engelke p ........ 2 2 1
then had to swing at bad Cook lb ..........3 0 0
pitches" White If ............ I 0
In the hit department, Troops Bowmand f ......... 0 0
had edges of eight to six and lesle rf ...........1 0 0
seven to five. Bek .........1. 0 0
Beckm3 ............. 0
The playoff continues Satur- 3b ......... 0
day night. Additional games, as M ,.,.414
needed, will be played Sunday "'
afternoon, Tuesday ni ht, and Hern rf ............. 0 0
nxt Thutsday night.: A am Stoudnor 2b ......... 1 2 0
are played Clyton Fied. Bright p .......... 3 1 3
Localbrdats over Ca&tb-Bieakiey lb ........2 1 1
bes Fores Network (CFN) are Burton 3b .......... 3 0 1
maM of ec conite and sort-i Beaudry as '.'......... l o
waved to Puffto.Joo. Cross c ............. 3 0 0
"Devore cf............3 0 0
arworth i .......... 2 0 0
La caSports 'r.2 0 0
S"Cla V. rence bma., Viaent 8tultz'
Clarence Sealey, and Ernest
oa HI won the all sport ndiford.
t La in Am Centrpl American sprint cham-
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Thur. Police Pals 1 e
Mottars 2 .
FrL.4oco Solo 10 v I Ca. Cb.
b*at. .of Omaha1m c.
Boto 3
ihr results of last week and's
lay saw the three l' tlS
earns still breathing d.Ow S
other's necks, as they pli pji d
wo pitchers against ht ._
hoguen and Kenway,
etting the win. .
In the Braves co .li4
Cytenin picked ua
ith the help of
rank robbed GeOr,'g
sure homer as her.k~d-hn
rive out of the air Oafsr'hb.
un as it waa has t
ence. .
The Insurance b
aliest game o
aio pitched
is own team=a
Ice. Mel Pilea s
f Mutual each 1hi t
our, IncludedI
its was his sixth '
he season. Pete
atted in.
This Is the last weef
ar scheduled gamneq0 .t
antic Little Leae or kid
sure promises to "iS
ne. Mutual of OmahbA l
Lrst lace by half *ani
ith th of thebr-g f -to
played against the S.d"
tird place team & t1e- te
heir work cut out t. .
Games this week are:
Wed. Coca Cola, M
Thur. Coco Solo ;"
at Coco Solo)
Frl. Coca Cola v Iittle M
Bat. M. of Omaha.- va. :pol
als.

Along The Foirwys
--
Golfing Gossip Frome Theo
Amador Ladle.
A "Best Nine" To
played on Ladiesl


STnurMay, and the wlnt n
First Flight: Sylva
- Net 27 .(Back nine).
Johnson Net 31 (Frdi
Marion Tubbs Net 11
nine).
Second Flight: Jerry
Net 29 (Back Ninon. "
Twomey Net 36 (on
Marion Tubbs won die
Johnson in the reH-off
tie In the first flight.
Sylva Carpenter came
a low 29 putts, bpt since
already won a prize t _f
flght, a golf ball we*t
Judson who came in"
putt..
A "Criers"
scheduled for thisT
Three-fourths hmibdlg
allowed, and the
holes of the 18 .reer e1
have all wanted D
those bad hole at 'i5r
another, and here Yws
toturn them ~ to '.
ball, win be given Mr'
putts.' -
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-ItC ome under dis i r, the albos
Sto of only record th t at- on entry
oothe,:itat i ened is ot The";
e in decade IAS W 9 n HU 1-2 here
SThp A~*ont th e ked the and Ber
lo .Tis u tht i ou.ln't gt b& Offt -n W down. He teams e not too
a nf y o outThe w worse or or t tim e
in that re Nthan on hW enthe td-
i r With hi week to practice .
so what did Daboe aul do? could be added to his btet -1t n
01enal Wager traded ,,. ... o" ae


Hao tJeffiem wBu giC H
WeO ej oE imns for I l:sp t eadE W nDDt
tion hgo RIdbough n tandput hbnself aist a
Sk.r afrhekI who last deaAon.l.bed
ted in no fewer than, 5k F *
rruns. Ted EluglewaM rmeounted
.for 141 GUSt BKell 101 Io- eent Ai r .ore has Linwood y ulow ,Bre Li
VgMand Wally oat.Cola in the pole vault,ad enu Fta
Offhand. job would may that a the Marinesl&ve entered ai
club so well loaded would move, / ilroy of Now Yo k SM A b admp
o ... u thaLn i"nd o. l'- I0 tl tel ke ole trMSe lieft, and the Bravese' Ed a theia hlt ome La StUdbMei W
n bet O anId n Ttbf u aIO 1 a exhibltin oe ast y r, they accounted andr 67 home runs be- the armed force and renIl relay
h" to. t o h amninthetweenthm, Mantle slugging 27 4 Maiewls 40. out of NArLardNi vei ety. looks R e.
diM" a'ti iI wIl. l ,tA'l from ..... ...... -" ___/_._^_._ .1.r.-hethetic Club, Ain l. trac.
hin deprtent---- -Maitng former Crstor~bal ret .
SShoo In ta s thNav, try to trade l
S Sixth Annual Gamboa Softball a on for experience e
doIn the High Jump there

SM fild Tournament Set For Saturday cord to be e

Need Mantovanswitha 6' 2" on
Nthe books will lead the ulls
.MA0supported by Charlie Morris
.. ^and Dorman Fulton.
OfIrtta ** 41 The Flyers will offer Tit3 0 0
raldez, Loren Bain and Linwood
Collins. This fellow Giraldev has
(Third in a series n the great also posted 6' 2" and could
new names of golf- the sueces- a dark horse In this event.
sors to the. en Hogan, Sammy The Soldiers will go with
Saehds and Jiadny Demarets.) Jarhes Holmes of the 504th a
Amarillo Jr. College. Texas, Jose
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By NKA Service Collazo of Ponce High School,
Puerto Rico, and Robert Bryant
N*^ (CN RShelley Mayfield Is probably of the Universit of New Mexico.
America's bestlooking golferLast but certainly not least
and he's also one of goal's bebtt- the Athleti Club -offers Ne
#d j Bal f rown n ng to chalk up six runsDolan looking prospects. Theacme ofat Gibson and DickJohnson. Th
M" e Micaw pitah- n84 Sander arew walks Und steadiness, the blonde Texan is fellow Gibsohn justl s eems to
WfIrst l*ing for two Dolan scored when Conelo uoch- starting is nthrd year on the for er, but he can still ge. o
i al~bs were never er errorea on an attempted doau- ar u of the round.

.l e h l noheo" l 2 Pe r the th succesar tyean beout the Atlas Coarden Team rl e wl e ene



4 t* P as, healded pthei blle 0 ahe bander, V1a0len rti pandemn are othMay erpleevemn oleI in hestPalme cBeah, teo pethee writoh oadthe tion Bn A drM.P. Quarry cNDAY, APnIe P
'* o.f c tlol, s 1 safety was Curdlr third h it n professional t. ohsur, o oP 1e Bdthe Physical Education Re- n a 1-0 thriller thie final y cotse e evenr
Stheirfirs timein trip to the e. ayeld creation Branch of Schools will game. The seven teams that will .te G Ls ,
Sthey d O- L1 AIn the fis and doubled had two years under taClaude direct a Iathan wide osftball co mete this year are the: Cris- N a i eC lua hae this
tkO the mot for In the seend To keep his s ate Of the Reds now listed so reg- Harmon at WingedVatin Ma- tournament that will bring soft- tobalA.C the 20th M.P.'s Atlas eis Cb agihi
A Y t-ia- sould get. t O lean, h colleted another dou- ulars one y t and second maroeck, York, and at ball ayefrom a over the Zone Beer Gar en, Navy Communl ca' rM oau g wM nave enei
U in- IO.U-.--b esids ..Pitch--ble In the batti -g 1.000 for the B.ISeman. John Temple get- --inole In West Palm-. Beach,o fo--,-gain---other tion, o M.- .-McAaughey, Manuel ereP anda
S f gy, ai 8y. a I e ar u, ough Florida. Hmon h s turned out for the tambo n Ci CousncillHeights and the'GaslHouse G ang
__& hofhe tournament will
_b.i ome--.d..rooks's hOr at 16. _$__J 33 MJ1 n e Is: "lu&l V tn{inaient h c The will continue
ab er th e Chth arvdohtabout brelsoftballall day until evening when the
n thete, all g five manager ebbe deepfothe entire mll of will be decided n the t ame
Lad. the 'Te Pplayers and hundreds of fans James McLean, l964 president
who flock to the playi0 if e eldsn o the amboate vic Couocil. will
..triple t hega...... b r0 0 1 1or _theme menrt .owhvelt L Vat Oamboa each year. present the Trophy to the win-
r t 0ter t a 0 nd sta In the tournament held .sat ning A? All-tars In last year's




ata lter date. altho Chase, lb 3 0 4MYER, F.-tNEA le8ord, as you've probablyspring
peted the games wont Watson, 2 00 0 pitcher for three campaigns, lot-h eruessedwasamongthose



the rll, 0 2 0 i ainknamed Tomm La ord with fast ball inCth. e didn't lk iyt a bit.Still A um
L-''- Ied I Wodrasra ri 2 1 1 0 0 to the nukler, which'toungme
w hae un., rb 0 01 0 -eginning of the end. Thetrouble
Sott, 2 1 1 0 l utng hre n owncensoredeach luwhichb
Walt e means Ch y could obe. pr for thee course.ensored



Opel it 5A Totali419 015n 5h U nITebbetts recalled that He Bnr who does he
S,0 .... b 3 0 0 nd southpaw, boke his collar-nhed
0 1 nj osb 1 0 mne tWO t memory, in ha o, and last
... 0 0 1 0Curt4 1 center I et Fao c F a-(NeAI LaSorda, as yold aouve probably
S if ,1 1 0 arbrerp 4 1 to .. 1 it nan reo t e ih r-There's a little lef t-hand eruessed, was among t h a e
,t ... 2A I 1 0 0 one ,rd d1t etvesrtrikeout record in the s r da witht r t ed ,n I
....... edersen, so 4 0 1 0 Americ Association. named Tommy L ord. with icratche. H didn't like It abit.
1. 1 1. 2 0 2 1 nodgra.,m c 2 1 0 9 2 As a last resort," laughed the Dodgers (so far) and oh,i "Tell him he ain't counting me
b ....... 0 0 0 0 e as e t other, your a h to hee off this censored club,ETommy
020 ineri0 th2neierf 1000 0esl thrngay ledsI,.a, lem he's salg about the aid. "He'll have enough trouble
S12 0 ahner 0 ber o ate tt o kl's brother to workl onmy
co, b: 0 1 1 JI111 I, f 2 1 1 1 0Hfe manager. Real -t cutting his own censored club
3: andes, lb i 1 0 1 0 i'ts" kid bhr othe, h sa ol Onlhe's not talking about ithoUt he should try to cut


'cavicl" 4 .........okidbro.her waltAlstln. go moms C llr thi od m.Thatittleenored
otal111s 015 1 Si s ,,e h .o run Slley MYfleld DrMln, who Isn't tpl Phd jktam rcriter, who does he
_r-mm nt e h eo theit anyway t Ins he ?" I






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So g l- o Wen bu is dot anyw, Froter, Tommy launl.ed
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uln vth Brit- TnIRTIETH EAR PANAMA, 3. P., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 18 FIV ET a i ID. k .b hie wn usn bs
.a~usDor t Iarwe ..e, tAre people know the ,ril eim the coutry fort t e ". -o Abra rsn. .lieutenantseobl ande enin thee cptl EVA, PKRN TA t A "Wst
e abyiet fo ho fatleb oato make 'kh ihe ridn rb ai' y st aS "8
.4 M, l on.,.,ita y P'y .arH k "-
eON arch t S (UP artionETH PEIB IANA,,B.P.,WEDNEBDbP, DI C I lUS riY~g l or r week$ t in eta..IolI .Vurealeenteriynine seoh

eting oe v in, thse lto of B accept n. r el as to ,1
an's asslU, today s he atle with a confession t e
Id noth the party dartd y and inexperience in e adche thom Sohrel ?lv mo Semea o nl wr




9 N hou e O omarch And M arh 30ss Pn He saiPrd R. .he S WeDtNe The SD AY, se MARCH o vde no 0r ease 1 o5c Fne woulu or to th e ekte r I ts ed, ulsoua of111.9 Me
husn tevn heT iftue A s enacted Appe ov keng anMd en l ste I htor reAiageountainp s.anth
h teparty. Teanhe Sitte s Mlat to begin Arl e m o t aoa m e as Other top Soviet e utm N jtat e in t
Spartye s nation e w il lonas soh ae xn a aed o al contactswith r 30 P P i alRanda ea B ledr s

Btel ontedhis caste B eto s accept laCnran uind ekov who re r iged ai ro thae for e





-ership. *f former prm e d riefie date. wo ri Iieer kytoKruhc.vwheo a criticiedn Aembackoa omula- theprosial
*u elin assurances troma the se o f .* ct d r u mler wit e os e i ,on ef.,eis. I eoo
~.~.eoth leangemep nde Wins Senate Commrt tee Approval -tr etyownd i




iHoute f d ro ens a lhd and l It N M ah ( sa d he wonl lik Ct The Hoise ubt er Sh r a r 3 UP t e owllm ss ro thprouavdenoc ren r cn o n ht tha t
dnotial executive mans fare ty t aa raises ben lli 111. Tn h se ne coI als a wittm.renhvp Rusia e a ear
serany tr e a y a p p e h ar, iais nR a eleatr a power Inag said t d oen ar s s ae "fore
Ihad been cha rge wm a ofe t e eee amon a th' w tons m in stera al on -
oftepgarst the moderhtt Communist Party seretary m
o lame nt Ah e ove a o Malenlovo coneentrtion oncaII .IN li, ,













6" oerbi oraintedb U- offcr orlkel sr eln repeg Mondar e th e r rfbelliou eih as criticz ieg cen nson- oaorr ne~ar* a enkoy
n t eo tse to su r good s rodutione f e
rvefor themb, meWASh I a ON. Marh (U He said he would like to lee The House bill provided noeaUse. 5 per cent w eourld u to tesr resting ed, also is out oi pe reie

s oecu thve means that the l 'ommttee v 2sterddy unanimous ulaises t begin Arpil a The Saen ate n om ttee also e c htho mored than three years serv- Moscowp e ss to prate q al t n to i a .
M-er-old Welshman willly approved a 75 million dollars io dre cT .a.memm ent to glle Ice. They would get $5D.28 moreed Khrushdhev in a meetingof lie t o a oen a r- ne sozen are aspse t.


So'anlre witr in nhe parties litarhy ay raise define t i meHans it cnt o t o ane to oe t $hg th e nh a e t o roy theun atl oe ar, t 8oo in oin
g oAleeh him an ih eagxop of fned ocerswit g cont fer e rely ttear noneit pe.rs- 0a month, d ate 1 owences for rhIin or th ne of p t g trete Mhar n.d Dt aor e the rema .
oaern B e iommons a ltho ugh e.he id me n f the service. The committee-aroved w bll household tn he biggest dollars and cents tute e ar c ato n La .l
remain excluded rom the Th e bill would provide e i k sild b nrhanges from L he b ld. the wouldeen m the usual rbrtgeero uibigge g Mt Oa t thpteo k
nh the Lao eenelr toe e t. 2a- to Senate l vers on t o u d ce r t to 25 pr he ent lU.S. tary, problem of keeping trained men itae for lal f leidoaS t of iots al ien ha is




r ptnThe party which Was and averagit tac per cet. c hen saiwe The wom' fTheU.S cruptrolsh hdennemirh l eastg or y. Their pay frepior l o adapting thei a ee 1 tar he pnte ot h .0







Attvlee w himl a indonst fors mon ingabbed pce nishe r &> ss bdern ucoen r s*'*1pread to speed the amed ot
w from Be van t The onateys, sitaudgitoegn e ineuteant generals a n d It wo ha uld go to a c propane tel it w serve o l t saturday's e s ieon ao6i o h ri e h nea t lskr Impa

decision of the 28-m debate on the measure later to- vice \rdmrb' eI .a.month in- Irllli on men in all ea.ch t h e a _not crmne rOee. cooerd bgaii ce u e- ce to reho s, ... ao, ,wplt~





doreatvy him unifoe r m o o of ald ouses w t ine c one rcllencecmtheo toher a i eh mers'ae otheP A0 a ro cep s muh de a uo s r ashad t e otger ch ie te
rStlonal i scutinnv was Iores- d en anereas ,ead f al ge nerals and service D l e. aean atd fr the rln l s t. he 8'. l et .
yeethyterday atr BevTlan r te Rieh ord B. Rusell ad mi he ni a rrtn tfro he luel pr.e inres aen Sml Pcd merchus ndime oo trat s e
H before a special subcol- DGa.) of the Ar ric med enrtvic The Defenseae by Sah. reta -e lms ruhed nt Sahon on .m t mii fo m he Us b ,o0000 alren d hasbeen T s he smbdi eadtoider






4 oc emo y ea's o y t e a nbd ofra el d a oted fo t esoe w hodrdedone15 the U.S. il h a ry. prbleofuris eing teSaimn ng ee the drorma o f bse- pvaasl.. byefrrores od these oftnfcet Airse ra. R led






Prema ofto T e nS 1a Rute Insst etoch Ebegin gi Beutenos Alenes a ndb It woula Xuyttermg loyal new Satre dar' seiorns ofetoa CloOSSI -&I--t
othe uturd rather than -po w Sin r T e n sd ao the totalie a soc he aryan c mn o e c lagl o I 10 Da ys
Sdecise o ro...2-da on the mesr ld t- ve ot i akin Ak i mro
Expulsion. Aterng
w Devan submitted a written d.. -Aeubg
tloon oap no h e a st t d rnd anc l ib aia en t mhe F the Binh oat s a i Rl A naes


ysotnte .tya es.oaer.n'Rsslo Gl ana Attack, ELe More Shellm ng I, T bew ast eras Deem. I- o, -. ,e ,oth e \










ad befanoe Jesutecialaem tlhe 1 ff Polce nno eens ofsoheshemed Servictse The De- eorsthe niht hourd wre Dietwhe-MonayTrubeln Saio dftovMercai WO DE r3t rh
exruln ru.es anNC- r a r t t tue' mid .nbe rea, edbeef gone pe n stored: this: o n by te M Arin"e fy er&M
Meanalethat might have The Paraiso Dposlt Library bo tlok al arnd and the fores of seiecitL thei md hir freighters Mareill and Dohet Marxist rea.oml e Schal ye
ar ed Oinble I o will reopen Monday In new quar-th rebellious Bini Xuyen politi- i now in and i .
Nter oe t a'ch N0 (UP) nT h t e bn e wso lle an Panthae wguaord-s a terms located in a section of tihecan l-aigiou sect have agreed to Yesterdy onthet hras o a ns eot hai- s at.he INt d o .
arch 30 (UP) The Unte was killed and anotherwound, t a s be t emporarv truce,~a posed ea and arr. .the nParaiso School's Librry room, atmra uc e r e ct s thh v a r
Sy twoa malor fatotrs: a actions Security Council begins ed and that "some csualtle tiei how Anoras been announced b si pae c tal cargo Epolo Se aaD riedthe ou. AuD Ar lrel
iany Labori1tes f e debate today on a ptlana to were inflicted on the attackers. anal Zoe i aya. n cean- claloen andcem e n dlyock s a n






whic mrhmn newspaper to naB 0dov smuglrsn b' re ore her 4h 3r Drn o The ie ruo i
f an ey enerl olstrenthen the strife-tornh ron- .The report said Israeli de-, T ewrarrooal s loc. The N bach.ld o -r the truce old a t o hro vineial capital and the m uthof nylo n
ze.sprt in eolr r n xplt ti l ellrs of the Holy Land and pre- tachment s eit l nto wo s te entrance, t e least through the night as ar believed to e loyal. e estuary
Attle iself as gal nst... vent further "Gaza incidents. and crossed the borders this ,cho ..ol principal's offie and fur- forts were wiade to halt theTr e ct. n ao n to Trcs ee a on the ps comu, n sa weeks
to ^ t ha et mavng e neeot T.he e t o sen nnoeposdetrnon tted r s pereeadng c idvil and wa r heuy tronghton ed warO 45E000 to D the An tA e l
mweanmethlPfodorn m r b sPr- r e irburb ol weemterfetee ussia
nstig dess al theoughe The e council, ian a unlaimous .rooundlngs which are expected to by e eifo rt oft the B r roo e belied to n -warhimesd d s
party'sdecision to giper JoUdNITED NATIONSlNewYonk-Jerd iandmettooapsguardsm anarrocatednInh aieddnocationreossfnwithec paagoseta vearee. Y
ri minister as the ballot snMaaiedon P r Te vpi One pa-ty eized 150 head ofAtimulate an Increased attend- yen rad two oter sects to ost hae the bci o sable er- t orehouds alone,' onanotdI
dlrectl challenged byfc s mator detfaons onc alestine cattle while the other party d- ance by the members of the Pa- Americanscked P go rilla rous._ inct raunch nea Chl voy otandhae.cieeft,
MaEne r ALb tescan e tu vr "pro1l rke fs r elta e tr e sse s po-nta oi br a hours"cs isding a consider, rnhePia BnBin
.aec tlci rr tewu-ned Ire l h mn raiso community. De y Diem. able nmtunst force. nea $1,100 000 wora -n. ,"'
ea Aa em d ara inrate yesterday for the Feb. r tars and machine aguns on Jal- Library hours will be I ncreas- French tr e i r ic tt- id th cFSt
Authority unhalenged( Galattac which bun, t said. ed ebryoo cashed m's reforcets creu ahed one sent int Sagon n mt g le e Ci -'s d Ch
.a. o~h Devan's witcnuSd titans ad eight L 8raelis de..new hours, from elu n iti 5:.30 blol uprising i.no Saigon during prevent the ouitbreak of hostiitiesp. Frro, ha 4e-ener-dod Aa -ro
remains toe n. feuethe r I Incidns afndternoon from Monda.y athe bfcut our- fort .e scattermg of new There were reports of he a v y i tomobil emerchant, who directed
sasa' The oviet Uon o me ne Rin n ihroU da were chosen fnor ring.oe out at night l subur-.tfghnt five milee outidde Saigon5th ring's p activities
Bt n, th t esern poer approving h L the onvenieng o school c an on. n a sector oargly controlled db Y ori cs s under an as-
i.y Mall nro BytO the Nabred t ote dren iand dytlht alike bt may i The French aied however th ATt l egrh XuyLn scSt, T led r nea ,W0a
United. Stats,i n nd code nd-srebe changed 'if-n accordance'to thet was only a "tacit" agreement fTh .ct y1 o tw .fg d .
i'h France but only ater s trn araquay needs and wishes of the mm- for the t hour and warned Diem, wh Mondoay was heller, dlovered-' aee1,1n--,
p o r atheteducl rety bers of the community, Library tet the t.8ruce might not re-hand t i histhe rrest of dld
Bath oor sbr over new Middle AeUNCION, Paraguay, MarchofhIials announced ed er fe h the ectbo for th ring rplaere St a
S" r' Easat pacts which Rulia 30 (UP) -- Fourteen Russlanw I.n conormity w'ith tfhe r e "c ruhd reIs t ement te thE Ch-Lcyd to how' the nmaeImrt OThe bd aMPeRo
es o in es tsi ol on. agents m querdng as farm of the Latin American schools, At leas 26 persons, were kill. eon area. r O D from the pierto il I
S"-- ( ) Meanwhile .... Jord-n officials colonits, have been arrested in the Canal Zone Librar. book d and 112 wounded In the. Te cus was awakened mid-t iloy warehouse s ad ow theae card mallesdb
employee today they arded a ordanan border vii- d obtained from the Soviet however, the library has ap- private narmy o the semr a the rte of ll arms frebeen arree
off April 15 unless lage with mortar shells today. Embassy in Buenos Aires, it wasoroximately 300 books in S pan- star inh Iuyen and loyal ga- I
marathon wewspaper Amman -a broadcast ans
w ped n A man radio hin a bradl reported here. ish which represents one third e anet troops. le an mC KGA L L NA UIC O
monitoredee here said the attack nThe newspaper Patroa said aof the total stock.hudeer e of hth t_
spokesman sari neo n the ity l of Jb ino n aorth aeen aitheetot tLcr theue B inenh Xuyh stronghold inEO D
b teen management trial Palestine between Nazareth tried t arrest the Reds, and branch librarian when the 11- e
succeeded for a time in driving brary was situated in the Paral- suburban Cholon where Diem's
Es W ttelled since am- and Jerualem. t off. Police relnforcementIs o Service Center. will act as 11- Nationalist paratroopee dug -inI -M WETORLD-WIDE
pesor failed to spear Jordanian national guards-mand coast guardsmen from brarian in the new cation. Missihtlas akesndsn wereytu-dohre.,"acod- hepM FeIet AL D
fare deadlokes.i men "returned the ire." acord- nearby Enarnaton spersed onsueo Bke, Canal Zone And theFren exploed itonthery
tn em ploye s wt l benr to thebra d It said one th rioters and recaptured the junior College student will act force, technically neutral in t h e
off the payroll April 1 -, .-" .-- prisoners. as substituteF.Blfes
two w eek layoff notices hro s-lsasubstsuaoth e .o cash, reinforced its troops gu;rd
spap then, the rs ge r-'lo Gen. Paul Eyr o paid hur-t k
tont mt te spaidemtatnt -E r tre d calls bon Diem and special A-B
eto stlled esin g JtPfse licN a envalis Gea J. Lr wtoaTTTTin
,, l be pe a id, "theyo Ashahenventeun ce to the frer-.
S e eaox has been installed In thed He also conferred with repre- ..--l TUDA Mach3Btn1seay
ployers of Fleet swbtreet ntownite In t hea vicinity of t h el sentatives of the Blnh Xuyen and
ffth n aeop rllA i1-nfea t teet.0nrn reported gliesefui a t the fgh tnTgi
tdow dismiss a notices. to ael f.ro nthRre mail.drop_ box. ,etwe
S tand tee rebellious sects, on-N IR BRTE'
strike committee repro,-I Zone Postal Service from Mant-
,.&dpa n to supowale demands i unhays ald holidays, mail wilxAnnestim and
or aingican Were killed and many CLARK GABLE LANA TURNER VICTOR MATURE, in
ou tedbythe ordis beputedentsofoLosteitroaopsiBETR YED
te gomn t iope a s The e mal drop bol was Install- a wounded rrnwivethoursof flhting
ar ofhFleetStre members of the Pacific Civittak screaming rifemen of the Binh In METROSCOPE! -M
expanded ts news broad-Counci at a recent meeting of Xuyen sect at dawn. weeJN
U.S. rate Civic Counil :epre- Mortar shells exploded on the
the moment newspaper sentaves witotheiovS.y-aw the premier's palace,ei 3rd Day! The wildest beauty in the Paris whirl!
1 employee were wunie- bold. up.by"the &killin six r the paelae tsconf-I* ELIZABETH TAYLOR VAN JOHNSON. in

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